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DAILY GAZETTE -s" Guantanamo Bay, Cuba -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -I) -The Philippine Armed chief of staff jubilantly re neto his job today after he and 25 others were found innocent of murdering opposition leader Benigno Aquino. Aquino's widow immediately lashed out at President Ferdinand Marcos for reinstating his ally, General Fabian Ver. She accused Marcos of ordering what she called his henchmenn" to kill her husband. Mrs. Aquino is thinking of challenging (UPI) -It is the "Ace Construction Company" now, the title for the astronauts of shuttle Atlantis. Zhe canplinent was radioed up to them in space as they tidied up today, the last day of their mission before coming in for their landing tomorrow. Astronauts Jerry Ross and Sherwood Spring completed the last big task, spending six and one-half hours working in the shuttle's open payload bay last night in their second spacewalk Marcos in a snap election set for February. The United States had warned Marcos that reinstating Ver might threaten U.S. financial aid to the Philippines.r The U.S. has not yet coumented on the verdicts. The court's decision clears the military of any involvement in the murder of Aquino in August of 1983. He was shot in the back of the head at the Manilia International Airport in two days. They ware practicing construction techniques considered vital to NASA's plans for building a permanently manned space station in the 1990s. Mission Control radioed, "You guys do good work, and 'Ace Construction Canpany' might be in business in a few years." The shuttle fliers face a light schedule today. It includes cleaning up the ship's cramped cabin and a chance to view Halley's Caret fran space. upon his return from exile in the United States. The court heard the case for seven months and took two months to reach its verdict, ruling it "reasonable" to conltde that a communist group and a hired assassin ware behind the murder. At a news conference after the verdict was announced, Corazon Aquino said she was "convinced that misguided elenents in the military had a direct hand in the assassination." Atlantis is scheduled to erd the twenty-third shuttle mission tanorrow at Edwards Air Force Base in California around 4:30 p.m. EST. It has been one of the mnoothest shuttle flights to date. The crew has successfully launched three costly communications satellites and laid the ground work for large-scale orbital construction. Ross's verdict was, saying, "Let's go build a space station." from around the globe. (UPI) -U.S. officials have reportedly acknowledged three American military officers went to Malta with Bgyptian canandos who carried out an assault on a hijacked jetliner last month. TIe Maw York Tines reports the U.S. officers ware not specialists in counter-terrorism and did not take part in the effort to retake the aircraft. (UPI) -A NATO defense minister says European defense ministers will get "good news" soon. The news is on a U.S.-led drive to streamline western Europe's military operations and eliminate waste in defense budgets. Defense Secretary Weinberger is due at NATO headquarters tonight to participate in a year-end session of NATO's defense planning cannittee. (UPI) -President Reagan shared his dreams with a burch of his Hollywood friends last night. Ma s raminscent at a show business tribute to him. confided his own dreams of a cabinet made in ollywood. Reagan says his dream cabinet would have John Wayne as secretary of state, Clint Eastwood as defense secretary, Jack Benny as treasury secretary, and Groucho Marx as education secretary. (UPI) -Police in earth Korea say nine militant students armed with molotov cocktails have taken control of a U.S. cultural center and barricaded themselves inside. The takeover is in a town Enjoy a safe holic By John Keefover The holiday season is near and t means that it is party e. If you are planning a ivate party, please be a nsart host and consider sate important factors when it cares to serving alcoholic beverages. Do not be responsible for someone's IWI, injury or death. If you have a pour-your-own bar service, you are inviting trouble. Hire a sober bartender or do it your where a nine-day anti-governrent uprising in 1980 left at least 191 people dead. (UPI) -The U.S. government is reported to have warned China to stop its consulate officials fran conducting =illegal activities, including an official fran the COinese Consulate trying to buy real estate without U.S. permission. (UPI) -Vietnamese spies are reported using a network of criminals in the United States to mnggle gold, currency and advanced technology to Southeast Asia. The San Francisco Chronicle quotes Asian Criminal Intelligence analyst William Cassidy. He says it has indicated millions of dollars worth of goods are teing sent to overseas to bolster Vietnam's weakened economy with U.S. dollars. (UPI) -New York police suspect an inside job in the theft of $7,000 in donations and poor-box money from the St. Patrick's Cathedral Parish House. They say the two : gunned knew their way around the mane-like building and they are checking church arployees. (UPI) -A strike began this morning at Pratt and Whitney plants in Connecticut. Five thousand machinists are on strike at three of the four Pratt and Whitney plants. It is the first walkout at the giant jet-amine manufacturer in 25 years. (sober) self. All too often the good-tiners get out of control and the volume of alcohol becomes greater than the mix. Also, make the transportation arrangements for your guests. Make use of the Navy Exchange service or pay a few dollars to a bartender/driver to ensure a safe and joyful holiday party. Do your part to make this a safe and joyful holiday season. Local briefs. Power Down -Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, has said "thank you" to the entire community for the success of Friday's Power Down Day. He says he is very happy with the "superb cooperation" displayed by everyone who helped make this Power Down one of the best ever. Open Line -Open Line is cancelled Tuesday, December 3. Please tune in for the next Open Line on December 17. Carlton Jernigan of the base civilian personnel office will be the guest. Halley's Comet -Dr. Donald Hanna will be setting up telescopes at Upper Chapman Beach (Leeward Point) tonight at sunset until. Interested people are invited to join the doctor for a gaze into space at the comet. Cuban Exile Voting -Voting for Cuban Committee members was held Monday, November 25. Results of the voting are: Victor Thomas (40 votes), Felix Wilson (28 votes), Vines Alda Wight (21 votes), Ernesto Gonzales (19 votes) Arthur Greenough (16 votes), Horacio Grant (16 votes) and Aston Wright (16 votes). A runoff election to break the 16 vote ties will be held in the near future. Flight schedule Date Aircraft Mon C-9B MEDEVC The 727 Mac ITe 727 Mac Fed C-131 Thur Fri Fri Fri Fri C-141 Cargo 727 Mac 727 Mac C-131 (Dec 6-9) C-12 (Dec 6-9) Departs 11:50 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:10 a.m 12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Destination Roosey Roads Kingston Norfolk Fort Au Prince Lay Stepper Boosey Bads 7 Kingston Narfolk Santo Daningo La Hanana Arrives 1:50 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 12:10 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m. 10:10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. All military personnel traveling to Narfolk are reminded that they must travel in dress blue uniform. C-12 passengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry boat. C-131 passengers must take the 5:30 a.m. mike boat. Ticketed passengers for Mac must bring their baggage between 8-10 a.m. for Kingston and 10-11:45 a.m. for Marfolk flight. Take 10:30 a.m. ferry boat for Kingston and 2:30 p.m. ferry boat for Norfolk flight. Space A passengers for Mac must take the 1:30 p.m. ferry boat with baggage. C-9B and C-141 Space A passengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry boat, signup starts at 7 a.m. Weekend capsule By J02 Neil Guillebeau It is time for the second "Weekend Capsule," and many of us are trying to make it through Monday after a long weekend. Turkey Day and Friday's Power Down Day are now history. Most of us were off work on Thursday, and many of us enjoyed a day off, or at least a somewhat relaxed day Friday for Power Down Day. As usual, there were many activities around the base this weekend. "Arsenic and Old Lace" debuted at the elementary school amphitheatre Friday night. The Little Theatre also performed the play Saturday night. Reviews so far? The play is a hit! This base is not well know for camping facilities, but campers there were here Friday night. Folks began to gather at the Rec Services basketball court around 7 p.m. to wait for Christmas trees going on sale Saturday at 8 a.m. By 11 a.m., there were only a few trees left. Many people were out over the weekend putting up Christmas decorations on their houses. Folks were gathered by the drove to eat barbeque chicken and ribs and buy at the Navy Exchange Tent Sale Saturday. I saw a lot of people with brown bags, and I guess that means they are in the buying spirit for Christmas. Goodness, there were a lot of spaced out people at Windmill Beach Saturday night. Up to 1,000 people gathered at the beach to view Halley's Comet. Dr. Donald Hanna set up some of his telescopes and some people got to see the comet. Officer Rooney was there, and I would say his show was quite a success. I did not see the comet, but I did get to see Jupiter with three moons around it. In a final note, I want to mention Christmas leave. Many folks leave the island this time of year and, in turn, others like to have visitors here for the holidays. There are folks here who would like to house set for you while you are gone. If you want to let somebody stay in your house while you are gone, please put an ad in the paper. Mr. Brown the taxi driver stopped to talk to m4 while I was on a walk last night. He, for one, needs a house to set when his wife visits. If you can help, give the taxi dispatcher a call. Philippine leaders cleared in Aquino murder trial Astronauts practice space building Capt. Condon's Open Line followup Inquiry: A caller wanted to know if slot machines could be installed and used here. Response: I looked into this one and found that an opinion was formed by the JAG's International Law Section in the 1950s prohibiting slot machines here. Several attempts have been made through the years to change that ruling but without success. 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For your information. Reflex -The Reflex Photo Club is having a meeting today, 7 p.m., Hobby Land. All members must attend. For more information, call Mike La Mendola, 2872. CPO Club General Assembly Meeting -There will be a CPO Club General Assembly meeting Tuesday,. December 3, in the Harbor Lights Lounge. Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m., followed by the election of advisory board officers for 1986. COMNAVBASE, Capt. John Condon, will be present and will be available to answer questions after a short talk. All chiefs assigned to Guantanamo Bay are encouraged to attend. If more information is desired, please contact JOCM David P. Rook, 2300/2647. Beach Closed, -Cable Beach is closed through Friday, December 20, due to military training requirements. Photos Needed -Any individuals with photographs of this year's Marine Corps Ball ceremony or the Drum and Bugle Corps performances, please call Capt. Neal Smith, 2664. Clinic Closed -The Naval Hospital will be closed for routine patient appointments on Wednesday, December 4, for Mass Casualty Training in conjunction with DEFEX. Sick call and emergency patients will be treated in the Emergency Room. For further information, contact the appointment desk, 2200 or 2208. Sponsors -All active duty single parents and dual military families are required to have adult sponsors for their minor children during state of emergencies, DEFEX and HUREX. If you are interested in providing this needed service, please contact YN2 Izzio, 4141, Family Service Center, no later than today. Skating Party -On Friday, December 13, there will be a roller skating party for all those in grades four -six. The party will begin 6:30 p.m. and go until 9:30, at the pit of the former high school. If you wear all black, the cost is only $1. If not, then it is $1.50. Call Susan Yaeger, Margie Bolin, 3195 or 2450, for details. Firefighters --There will be a mandatory meeting of all auxiliary fighters Monday, December 9, 1 p.m., Fire Station Number One. Chutney And Jelly -Attention all you jelly and chutney lovers! FTGOWC proudly announces the sale of its famous chutney and jelly, Thursday, November 5, noon 2 p.m., or when sold out, outside of the Navy Exchange. Swim And Stay Fit -Recreation Services and American Red Cross is sponsoring a Swim and Stay Fit program during the holidays, December 16 January 24, Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 9:30 -11, COMO Pool. No fee is required. For more information, call Donna Bowers, 2560. Ceramic Shop -On Friday, December 6, the Ceramic Shop is offering a Christmas special, pour four molds, free of cost, from the odd or even book. For more information, call Thelma Townsend, 4640. Marinas -The Marinas have just received many new resale itmes: bait knives, hooks of various sizes, fishing lines, artificial lures and much, much more. Come on down for all your fishing needs. For more information, call Lance Dn, 2345. Goodies Needed -The Marine wives are requesting the community's support in baking cookies, hard candy and breads for the unaccompanied personnel attached to Marine Barracks. For more information, please contact one of the following wives AWH: Barbara, 2962; Mary, 3814; or Sharon, 2498. Help make this a Merry Christmas for all involved. Bridge -Does the word "Duplicate" frighten you? Have no fear; GTMO's Duplicate Bridge Club is the friendliest card game in town. We eat, drink and talk while we play. There is no director, and the members are always willing to give hints about bidding. The club is open to all base residents, fleet personnel, and visitors. You do not need to bring your own partner. Try out the GTMO Duplicate Bridge Club this Thursday, December 5, 7 p.m., COM Club Plantation Room. For more information, contact Martha Stout, 4539 AWH. Hom's Support Group -The Mom's Support Group meets every Wednesday from 9 to 10:15 a.m. Mothers are encouraged to bring their preschoolers with them. Upcoming topics: Dec. 4 -Fire Safety/Fire Truck Display -Tom Mann Dec. 11 -Building Self Esteem In Children -Evelyn Dillree [AILY 6AZEIE U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN .Commander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Ondr. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacey.Byington.Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Neil Guillebeau, USN.Managing Editor J03 Teri Thomas, USN.Assistant Editor Mrs. Susan Junkins .Secretary/Associate Editor Mrs. Nancy Valdes .Secretary-in-training WRs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff .Production Assistant SA Vicki Strickland.Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations tor snip and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Commander, U.S. Naval Base. 2 Daily Gazette Monday, December 2, COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD Tune in radio and TV for Jacksonville flight info By W. E. Van Atten The Base Passenger Transportation Office (BPIO) has recently received numerous calls concerning flights to Jacksonville, Fla. Unfortunately, there are not any scheduled flights into this area from Guantanamo Bay. On cncassion, there are unscheduled aircraft that fly here, anl then on to the Jacksonville area. BPIO receives this information about 48 to 72 hours prior to the flight day. When the information is received, it is aired on TV8 and AFRTS radio stations, with all pertinent information concerning sign up location, destination, reccntnerdad ferry, flight tines and other applicable information. If you desire travel to the Jacksonville area, I suggest that you stay tuned to your radio or TV for the latest information. Another avenue for flight information is, BPTO between 3 and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, or call 6205 AWH, which provides flight information for the following day. I would like to reemphasize that there are no scheduled flights into the Jacksonville area at this time, nor do we anticipate any in the near future. All flights that do g there are strictly on a Space Available status. Beware of possible explosive items By Lt. Kenneth McDowell During the past several months, various hazardous ordnance items have been found by individuals around base. Although you may readily recognize some of the common items, such as a bomb or projectile, many items are not easily recognizable as being a piece of ordnance. Throughout the years, numerous varied types of ordnance have been stored and/or fired on base. Several recently found pieces have been obsolete for years, but still are as deadly as the day they were made. In fact, some are more hazardous because some explosives used in the past become more sensitive with age. Also, if a round is fired and fails to function, (a "dud") quite often the aallest change of any sort (movement or temperature, for example) can FYI continued. Iguana Video Club -The recent movie arrivals are: "Ghostbusters," The Killing Fields," "Mrs. Soffel," and are available for checkout now. Anyone interested in joining GTMO's fastestgrowing video club and checking out some of the 300-plus movies available, should contact Pam Reidy, 2988, or come to the next meeting Wednesday, December 4, 7:30 p.m., NAVSTA Training Room, Admin Bldg. Membership is open to all residents and there is no membership fee. Navy Exchange -This week's inflation fighter is "Two Beef Tacos," for only 99 cents, available at the Stop Light Inn and Kountry Kitchen. Blue Caribe -Tomorrow's special is a "14 oz. T-bone Steak," broiled to your taste, with all the trimmings, $9.95. Navy Exchange -On Christmas Eve and New Years Eve all stores will close at 5 p.m. All stores will be closed Christmas Day. The Mini-Mart will be open New Years Day, all other stores will be closed. The Retail Store and Leeward Point Store will be open until 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, December 3, 10 and the 17. cause a detonation. A common fallacy is that if a piece of ordnance is a certain color, or designated "practice," there is no hazard. In reality this generally is not true. Many parsons have been maimed or killed by what was believed to have been practice ordnance. This can happen because (1) the itan is color coded wrong or (2) nost practice ordnance items have small charges to demonstrate functioning. These "sall charges" can, and have, caused finger or sight loss. What should you do if you find an ordnance item, real or suspected? 1. Leave it alone 2. Mark its location 3. Report it to base police or the EOD Detachment, 4720 or 4798. Christmas party Dec. 14 Bring your favorite Christmas dish, enough for six, along with paper plates and plastic silver ware, and join in a night of delicious food from all our great cooks in town. The drinks are free and the entertainment rates three stars. Santa wants to see all his children and give then a special Marine Corps Exchange -Santa Claus is coming to town! The days are drawing nearer and nearer. The MCX still has a nice selection of toys. Put a smile on that child's face Christmas morning. Marine Corps Exchange -Are you just arriving to GTMO? Do you like some comforts of home near you? The MCX has a nice selection of sheets, towels, tablecloths, placemats with napkins, even in the upcoming Christmas theme. Children like comforts also: sleeping bags, pillows, even beach towels. Make someone comfortable, shop the MCX for all your needs. Veterinary -Effective immediately the $10 user's fee being charged by Veterinary Services will be changed to a $2 fee per cash register transaction. Navy Exchange -The NEX is having a microwave sale now through Sunday, December 8. Come and get your microwave and eliminate those long hours in the kitchen over the hot stove. At the Mini Mart we have our white metal table with four chairs on sale at a very low price of $57. Come by the Retail Store and Mini-Mart where our prices are marked low just for you! treat. hA have cartoons for the young and a sing-a-long for those over 12. All your friends will be at the Commissary parking lot, Saturday, December 14, 5:30 p.m. Do not spend the night alone, bring a friend and spread Christmas cheer. Navy Exchange -The NEX wants your Christmas to be great. We want your every wish to come true. If it is furniture you want for Christmas, you can have it with $5 down on your home layaway plan. Take it home and enjoy it while paying a reasonable monthly payment for five months. There will also be a $5 down charge on our regular lay-away plan. This fantastic deal runs until Christmas. So, come back and take a look around. Navy Exchange -The Army and Air Force Service announced a 15 percent price increase for photographic and electronic items in the overseas edition of the 1986 Exchange Mail Order Catalog. Prices will go up January 5, 1986, for merchandise on pages R-204 through R-340 of the catalog. Mail orders before Sunday, December 15, so they can reach AAFES before January 5. If received after January 5, there, will be a 15 percent increase in price. Captain's Hot Line Call 4809 We encourage you to participate. Your voice, your ideas. .your newspaper! By all means, we encourage you to participate in the Daily Gazette. Do you have a good suggestion, a complaint or a strong opinion about a certain issue? Well then, write a letter to the editor (Stop 53). Are you an aspiring journalist and want to write a story? Please, let us know what is on your mind. And if you 1985 have a special black and white photograph you would like to see in print, bring it by our office. The Daily Gazette staff is in Building 760 (Admin Hill) and we are open from at least midnight to 4:3 p.m., Sunday night to Friday afternoon. If we can help you in any way, give us a call at extension 4819 or 4502. 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Hospital needs social worker The hospital has an issnediate connection with a program of vacancy for Social Work direct social welfare service Associate, GS-187-05/07/09. services which required the If filled at the lower application of a knowledge of level(s) the incumbent may be program policy and operations in non-competitively promoted upon carrying out responsibilities meeting all regulatory for providing social welfare requirements and at management's and/or assisting professional descretion. This is not a social workers. guarantee of promotion.Quality level of experience: The duties include providing At the GS-7 level, at least six direct casework and/or group months of the experience must services for patients, families have been at a level of and other individuals to enable difficulty comparable to the them to deal with the impact of next lower grade or one year at Iness and/or disability: a level comparable to the vides psychosocial second lower gradein the federal sessments and evaluations of service. At the GS-9 level, patients' personal, family and candidates must have at least social problems; conducts one year of experience counseling; establishes internal comparable to the next lower reporting and follow-up grade or tam years comparable to procedures relating to abuse, the second lower grade. neglect, sexual assualt and Educational substitutions will rape; provides consultation to be allowed as per OPM Handbook medical staff members and C-118 which is available in the performs other duties as Civilian Personnel Office. assigned. Banking elements: Demonstrated At the lower grade level(s) ability to perform the duties of the incumbent will be under the position. Ability to close supervision and direction. communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and Qualifications: This position establish working relationships is open to U.S. Citizen base with referral sources as well as residents/employees only. All establish rapport and candidates muse meet one of the therapeutic relationships with following: A full 4-year course clients and their families. .an accredited college or Ability to maintain diversity leading to a bachelor comprehensive records of client degree; three years of contacts and interviews and experience in technical or prepare required correspondence. investigative work in a welfare Filing instructions: activity; or any equivalent Applications (SF-171) must be combination of such education submitted by close of business and experience. on December 2 to the NBCPO. No Additionally, one year of printed announcements will be specialized experience is distributed, however, the required at the GS-7 level and announcement number is 229-85-B. three years of specialized Applicants are encouraged to experience are required at the address the ranking elements GS-9 level, when completing their Specialized experience is application and include all progressively responsible pertinent data relative to their experience required in qualifications. Potpourri & Grab The Saler AUTOS '73 Pontiac Station Wagon, 400 cu.in. engine, p/s, p/b, a/t, body in good shape, very dependable running auto, asking $1000. Will take payments. Call 4698 after 5 p.m. or can be seen at OV-7C. '78 Lincoln Continental, town car, fully loaded, all power, clean grean w/tan top, tan leather interior. Call 2128 AT. '78 Suburu on the floor, radio, 4-sheel drie, red with black interior, perfect little car for GTMO. Available in December for $1300. Call 2128 AT. '75 Datsun 610, $1500. Available January 1986. Call AO1 Avila at 6468/6217 AT or 2835 AWH. 2 Datson Pickup, new paint, runs eat, camper shell, $1800. Call 231 AWH. '68 Ford Truck F520, as is or for parts. Call 2959 DWH. '70 Ford Truck F600 as is or for parts. Call 2959 DH. '82 Datsun King Cab Pickup Truck, brown, tan interior, 5-speed, 31,000, tinted windows, 30 miles per gallon, brand new tires, $5000. See at 0063 or call 4268 AT. TWO WHEELERS '80 Honda CM400, with under 2400 miles, good looking, good running. Well cared for bike with many extras, $1200. Call 2128 AT. '81 Suzuki GS-450, new rear tire, battery, runs great, helmet included, $875. Call 6349/6398 IWH. Yamaha 360-2D, excellent condition, runs extremely well. New paint job, a spare parts, asking $1200 neg. IMSN Bennett at 4842 DWH or G-If Rorn S301 AWH. '80 Puch moped, $200 for quick sale. Call Jean abrton at 6462 AT. '80 Yamaha 400 Special, must sell, $800 or best offer. Good condition, comes with two helmets. Call PO Wallace at 4134. SCUBA GEAR One complete set of dive gear. The only two things you will reeds to go diving will be a dive partner and the knowledge of diving. This set will go to the first $500. This set has only been used a few times. Call Lee at 2790 AT. GOLF CART Golf cart. Getting short. Call Tom at 3190 AWH. BOATS Sailboat, '76 Chrysler 22', sleeps five, head, VHF, 10hp Honda, three sails and many extras, $7000. Call 3731 AWH. BICYCLES Two men's ten-speed bicycles, one 26" for $50, one 24" for $35. Call 2104 AWH. Men's three-speed bicycle, four months old in great shape, $100 or best offer. Call 6113 AWH. TRADE Would like to trade a medium size airline approved do8 carrier for either a small size or a cat carrier. Please call 4252 AWH. PETS Free to a good home. Full grown orange male cat. declawed and nuetered. Needs to live indoors, but he is well behaved. Call 2139 after noon. Hello. My kitten and I are in need of a new home. We are both gray tabby's and we would make very good pets. Our owner has already given us our shots so we are ready to go. Please hurry though, or we will have to go to the pound. Call our owners at 2811. Need a nice home for two cats, neutered, one years old, nice temperment. Call 6402 AT. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Tam VHS players in good condition, one RCA and one Zenith, asking $35 each. Must see to appreciate. Call 4698 after 5 p.m. or can be seen at OV-7C. Sansui tape deck, model D-35om, asking $150. Call 4698 after 5 p.m. or can be seen at OV-7C. Hitachi disc player with 10 movies, good condition, $100. Call 2455 AWH. FURNITURE Couch and two easy chairs, worn, but serviceable, $60 or best offer. Call 4162 0dH or 4993 AWH. Early American couch with matching love seat, couch folds out into queen size sleeper, dark plaid, $200 good condition. Call 2346 after6 p.m. MISCELLANEOUS One set of Science and Invention encyclopedias, "How It Wrks," ideal for a child who wants to know atout our changing world around u. Call 4698 after 5 p.m. or can be seen at OV-7C. Patio table w/umbrella and chairs, $45. Call 2104 AWH. THIS 'N THAT National Defense: 600-ship Navy (AFPS) -From the Baltic to the Caribbean to the South China Sea, U.S. ships and sailors pass within yards of Soviet naval forces every day. This familiarity, according to Secretary of the Navy John Lehman, is breeding a welldeserved respect. "The pattern of Soviet naval deployments has become apparent only in the last several years," Lehman pointed out during a recent speech. "It constitutes a post-Second World War change in the global military balance of power surpassed only by the advent of thermonuclear weapons. "Whatever the original rationale for the Soviet Navy's postwar expansion, it has become an offensively-oriented, blue water force, a major element in the Soviet Union's global military reach which supports influence from Nicaragua to Vietnam to Ethiopia," he said. Lehman said world geography, the extent of U.S. national interest abroad and the growth of the Soviet threat are the factors on which the 600-ship Navy is based. This expanded Navy, expecting to be in place ,by the 1990s, will include 15 deployable aircraft carriers, four battleship surface action groups, 100 attack submarines and 40 fleet ballistic missile submarines. This force will carry out the U.S. Navy's strategic objectives: to prevent the seas from becoming a hostile medium of attack against the United States and its allies; FREE '67 Ford Falcon, blue, stereo, tape deck equipment with equalizer, 5-way speakers, rebuilt engine (250cu.in.), also in good running condition. Call Joe Carber at 4007 AWH. CARPETING Carpet, excellent quality and condition. One 12x27 and 12x14 color, very light cream. Both for $400. Call Jean Norton at 6462 AT. AIR CONDITIONERS One 7,000 BTU, $100 or best offer; 23,000 BTU, good condition, $250 or best offer. Call 3714 AWH. Sears Kenmore 12,000 BTU, runs great, $2501 Sears Kenmore 21,000 B1U, like new, $500. Both a/c's have energy saver setting. Call AOC Way at 6259 AT. Whirlpool 18,000 BTU, approx. one years old; Carrier 10,000 BTU and Whirlpool 5,000 BTU. All three for $300 or will sell separate. Call 2455 AWH. Two 22,000 BTUs $250 for both or $140 each. Call 6402 AT. APPLIANCES Whirlpool no-frost refrigerator freezer, model ED22rm, side-by-side with automatic ice make, water despencer, asking $900. Will take payments. Call 4698 after 5 p.m. or One 19 cu.ft. upright freezer, has been kept on the patio for my tour at GM. Works very well, $85. Call Lee at 2790 AT. Kenmore up-ight freezer, kept outside, but works supe, $90. Call Lee at 2790 AT. Kenmore, dual power microwave oven, $105. Call Lee at 2790 AT. Kenmore dishwashe, good condition and runs well, $100. Call 2455 AWH. Anna radorange microwave oven, works great, $100. Call 3648. SERVICES I will prepare egg rolls, hot and cold hors d'oeu'vres on order for your next party. Call 3150 after 7 p.m. Mother of thee-year-old would like to babysit part time in the morning for your child or children in Crinaso Point. Call Anne at 4974 AT. Will clean yar house and yard for final insDection. Will stand by during inspection to ensure house passes. Call 3681 AT. to ensure that the United threat to sea control early in States has unimpeded use of any contest." ocean lifelines to its allies, "The coalition of free nations its forward-deployed forces, its bound together in NATO needs energy and mineral resources, maritime superiority to win," and its trading partners: and Lehman said. "Maritime to be able to project force superiority alone may not assure in support of national security victory but the loss of it will objectives and to support combat certainly assure defeat-sooner ashore should deterrence fail. or later. "To do this, we need a Navy at once global, forward deployed "The history of conventional and superior to its probable warfare indicates that larger opponents," Lehman said. continental land powers do not "Global, because of our long prevail in the face of an interests and the size of the opponent with mastery of the threat; forward deployed, seas. Continental defense today because of allies, particularly in NATO rests on early achievein the case of NATO's flanks and meant of maritime superiority. the Far East, and because we The Soviet Union, as evidenced station sizable American forces by its ongoing naval expansion, abroad; superior, because we understands the experience of must engage and eliminate the history." Rec Services survey results In a continuing look at Recreation Services survey results, the top ten recreation activities of most interest to the various groups in our community are listed .This data confirms what you may have guessed about the popularity of certain types of recreation. It is believed that the order of preference of these activities reflect our environment. Activities are primarily outdoor, many utilizing our water resources. It is also interesting to note that the highest rated activities are not structured or programmed. These activities are not skill intense Enlisted Female Beach/Lake Watch Movies Watch TV Reading Listen to music Shopping Run/job/walk Clubs/discos Resturants Swimming Officers Reading Run/jog/walk Beach/Lake Watch TV Watch movies Swimming Bike riding Resturants Listen to music Fishing Active Duty Photography Auto Shop Woodworking Collecting Model Building such as tennis, bowling or golf. In general, most respondents enjoy activities with little skill or unstructered noncompetitive by nature. Television and movie watching consistently rated as high. The current initiatives with cable TV seem to be on target. The leisure activities in the survey have been divided into four activity groups ranging from hobbies, to outdoor recreation. The five activities in each group that most interest active duty members and spouses in your cosrnunty are presented in the charts. Favorite Recreation Activities Percent 94 87 87 86 86 83 81 79 78 73 Percent 95 90 85 85 75 80 75 75 70 65 Enlisted Male 86 83 83 59 74 Fishing 83 59 Parties 83 66 57 Spouses Sewing/needlecraft66 90 94 85 79 71 Picnicking 64 68 74 Shopping 88 Favorite Hobbies and Crafts Percent Spouses Percent 40 Sewing/needlecraft 66 28 Gardening 47 22 Collecting 26 19 Pottery/Ce-amics 26 19 Goumet Cooking 23 Favorite Outdoor Athletic Activites Active Duty Pe-cent Spouses Percent Run/jog/walk 75 Run/jog/walk 66 Baseball 44 Baseball 21 Volleyball 31 Tennis 20 Basketball 26 Volleyball 18 Tennis 29 Golf 9 Favorite Outdoor Recreation Activities Active Duty Percent Spoaes Percent Beach/Lake 88 Beach/Lake 94 Swisrning 81 /wimming 71 Fishing 61 Fishing 58 Boating 46 Bike Siding 52 Bike Riding 50 beating 43 Favorite Indoor Recreation Activities Active Duty Pe Fcent Spou Pe-cent Bowling 49 owling48 Racquetball 33t Aeobic La'ce Weight Lifting 30 Sauna/hi 100,1 ; Sauna/Whi-lpool 15 R lle-ating 12 Aerobic Dance 9 Bun/Jog s March of Dimes -m imB lH DEFECT OUNUllO III 3 Daily Gazette Monday, December 2, 1985

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Local sports Softball -Anyone wishing to enter a team in the 1985 Christmas Softball Classic, please contact Dave Oliver at Recreation Services, after 4:15 p.m., 2560. Walk/Run -A new Walk/Run Club has been started, every mTesday and Thursday, 6 -7 p.m., across fran recreation Services at Cooper Field. This club is opa to both men and women. Mileage certificates and T-shirts will be offered. For more information, contact Terri Edison, 3195 or 2450. Karate -There will be a Karate for Females Only Course, self-defense against street assault, a slow and easy way, offered every Wednesday, 7 -8:30 p.m., Bldg. 211 Marina Pt. For more information, call 3530. Tennis -For you tennis lovers, the Racquet Club is sponsoring a mixed doubles tournament Saturday, December 7. Man and wanen, choose your partners, and sign up at the Racquet Club by Thursday, December 5. For more information, call Rena Rieck, 2666. Diving -The following PADI Scuba courses are offered: December 3: Cen Wter Diver, fee is $115. December 14: Divenaster, fee is $150. For more information, contact Keith Mattson, Master Scuba Diver Trainer, 4947 LWH or 3550 AM. F.A.N. -Recreation Services After School Program Fun in the Afternoon has upcoming spots available. If your child is in grades one through six and would be interested in this program, call Susan Yaeger, 3195, 2450. Soccer -The most popular sport in the world has finally become an intercomnand sport here in GIMO. came and enjoy yourself and support your favorite soccer team. Schedules can be picked up at the Recreation Services Issue Desk. Games are on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. All games will be played at Cooper Field. Come over sometime, you will not be disappointed. For more information, call Fred Del Valle, 2560 DWH. Sooners bury Hawaii-Hilo 91-68 (AP) -North Carolina won the great Alaska shootout in casefran-behind fashion yesterday. The number-one Tar Heels spotted sixteenth-ranked Nevada-Las Vegas a six-point halftime lead before rallying. Brad Daugherty led Carolina with 21 points, while Anthony Jones paced the Runnin' Rebels with 24. At the Big Apple NIT in New York, David Henderson's careerhigh 30 points helped make sixth-ranked Duke tournament champions as the Blue Devils stopped number-five Kansas 92-68. Henderson also captured post valuable player honors in the first early season edition of the NIT. Number-18 St. John's won the consolation game 86-79 over ninth-ranked Louisville. Walter Berry paced the Redmen with 22 points and 13 rebounds. Also in college basketball, Don Redden's 31 points were the difference for twelfth-ranked Louisiana State in a 101-89 win over Hawaii Pacific. Oklahoma's Darryl Kennedy poured in 31 points to go with nine rebounds as the thirteenthrated Sooners buried Hawaii-Hilo 91-68. Spurs down Trail Blazers 117-106 {AP) -In the NBA last night, the San Antonio Spurs downed the Portland Trail Blazers 117-106, with high-scoring honors going to Mike Mitchell. Mitchell punped in 34 points, while teammate Artis Gilmore added 24 points and 15 rebounds. Jases Worthy scored 33 points to aid the Los Angeles takers in a 117-113 triump over the Chicago Bulls. By Charles Morey It happens every once in a while on Broadway: A play opens, the critics rap it to a man, and it because a anash hit. Sanething like that occurred with one of the world's greatest sports events, the Super Bowl. You may not be aware of it but it was not born the Super Bowl. The first two tines it was hld, in 1967 and 1968, it was billed as the American Football League-National Football Lague Championship gate. That is a little ponderous, especially for engraving on a trophy. Ideas were asked for, and a lot were submitted. None was satisfactory. One bright afternoon, the young daughter of Lemar Hunt, the owner of the Kansas City Chiefs, was playing with something called a Super Bowl. Hunt was intrigued, and like Alexander Graham Bell shouting through the first telephone wire, he called out "Super Bod The polished and knowledgeable executive director of the NFL, Don Wiss, recalled the other day at a sports symposium in Bow York that the Park Avenue office of the league was not overwhelmed with the name. If anything, it was underwhelmed. It was adopted, and overnight took an exciting and glamorous aura. Despite the many one-sided games, it has retained it to this day. Weiss also spoke of the use of Roman numerals to identify the gases. For instance, the game in January at the Louisiana Superdane will be Super Bowl 20, but the 20 will be written "XX." Those Roman numerals were adopted to erase any confusion about the year of the individual champions. You win your league championship in one year, this tim it is 1985, but the Super Bowl, always in January, will be in 1986. The Ratnan nuserals provide clear identification. The first use of the Roman numerals was in 1971, when Baltimore downed Dallas on a field goal in the closing seconds. That was the fifth edition of thegame or Super Bowl V. Don, who grew up in the Chicago area, a suburb called Auroa, was asked about the possibility of the Bears making the Super Bowl for the first tine. An irreverent sportswriter in the audience wanted to know if if might escalate the sale of SPORTSWORLD Vikings explode to upset Eagles 28-23 (AP) -Sometimes, anger has a way of making a man play better. Such was the case yesterday w.ten quarterback Wade Wilson vented his anger and led Minnesota to one of the great comebacks in NFL history. The Vikings trailed Philadelphia 23-0 well into the fourth quarter. A loss seemed all but certain. That was before Wilson, mad about his benching after an unproductive first half, caught fire. The sequere went like this: With just under eight and one-half minutes remaining, Wilson hit Allen Rice with a seven-yard touchdown pass, 23-7 Eagles. Two and one-half minutes later, defensive back Willie Teal scooped up a fumble and returned it 65 yards to the end zone, 23-14 Eagles. Following another Eagle fumble, Wilson and Anthony Carter connected on a 36-yard touchdown strike, 23-21 Eagles. After a Philly punt, fourth down beckoned for Minnesota at the Eagle 42-yard line. Wilson and Carter sere again on target as they teamed for the gamewinning touchdown with 71 seconds to play. Final score was Vikings 28, Eagles 23. Morten Anderson kicked five field goals to lead the New Orleans Saints to the day's biggest upset, a 23-9 win over the Los Angeles Rams. The loss leaves L.A. just one game in front of charging San Francisco in the NEC West. Both clubs eet next Monday night at Candlestick Park. While the Rams faltered, the 49ers soared over the Washington Redskins 35-8. San Francisco's defense had a strong game, forcing five turnovers, three of which were converted into touchdowns. No one has scored a touchdown on the Niners in three and one-half games. That is a stretch of 14 quarters. Ibe Green Bay Packers knocked off the guys from the warmer climate yesterday in a swirling snowstorm at Lambeau Field. Lynn Dickey led the pack with 22 completions for 299 yards and one touchdown as Green Bay shut out the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 21-0. Nearly 20,000 fans, about one-third of capacity, braved the elatents. The Cleveland Browns scored two touchdowns in the last six minutes to nip the New York Giants 35-33. Gary Danielson found Clarence Weathers with a 25-yard touchdown pass before Earnest Bynor won the game with a nine-yard scoring run. The victory helped put the Browns into the AFC Central lead at 7-6, one game in front of Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. The Denver Broncos also rallied with a pair of touchdowns in the closing minutes of a 31-23 win over Pittsburgh. Steve Sewell scored from two yards out before Mike Harden sealed the victory with a 42-yard interception touchdown. Elsewhere in the NFL yesterday: Marcus Allen ran for 156 yards, while Marc Wilson tossed three touchdown passes to help the Los Angeles Raiders beat the Atlanta Falcons 34-24. The Cincinnati Bengals got three touchdown runs from Larry Kinnebrew and three touchdown passes from Boomer Esiason in routing the Houston Oilers 45-27. Dave Krieg fired a pair of scoring passes as the Seattle3 Seahawks downed the Kansas City Chiefs 24-6. The New England Patriots drew into a first-place tie with idle New York in the AEC East by outlasting the Indianapolis Colts 38-31. Tony Eason had three touchdown passes for the Pats, who boost a 9-4 record. San Diego ripped Buffalo Bills 40-7 behind a stout defense. The Chargers recorded four sacks, intercepted four passes and recovered one fumble. Tonight in the NFL, the Chicago Bears put more than one streak on the line when they battle the Dolphins at Miami's Orange Bowl. Not only has Chicago won all 12 of its gases this season, but the Bears' defense has also gone 13 quarters without surrending a touchdown. Also tonight, Chicago's Walter Payton can become the first NFL running back to rush for 100 yards in eight straight games. In the AFC standings, a Miami victory suld leave the Dolphins W even with the New York Jets and New England atop the East at 9-and-4. The Bears have already clinched a playoff spot as NEC Central titlists. Sports briefs Golf (AP) -Fuzzy Zoeller care away with the big money after a weekend skins game against three other big-name golfers in Marrieta, Calif. A 12-foot birdie putt on the twelfth hole gave Zoeller a payoff of $150,000 en route to a total of $255,000. Tom Watson earned $150,000, with $80,000 going to Arnold Palmer and $15,000 to Jack Nicklaus. Japan Golf (AP) -The men's pro event in Japan went to Hubert Green, who trirmd three others, including Scott Huch, in a ten-hole, suddendeath playoff. The extra holes were required when the leaders finished regulation at one-over-par 289. Tennis (AP) -Rain in Melbourne has delayed today's action at the Australian Open Tennis Championship. If the sky clears, officials hope defending man's champion Mats Wilarder and second-seeded John MeEhroe can play their matches. San Diego State (UPI) -A newspaper, San Diego Union, reports that former Long Beach State and Arizona State athletic director Fred Miller will be nated this week as athletic director at San Diego State. Gymnastics (UPI) -Mary Lou Ietton is sticking with the world of capitalian, despite the wishes of the U.S. Gymnastics Federation. According to the 1984 olympic champion, federation officials want her to foresake the world of commercials to practice for another gold medal. She adnits that in order to win sale of her endorsements she would have to go. However, as of now, Mary Lou is, in her words, "Giving up nothing." Oilers douse Flames (AP) -A burst of power by Craig MacTavish helped the Edmonton Oilers douse the Calgary Flames 5-3 last night. The veteran forward scored three goals in a seven-minute span of the second period. Also in the NHL, Dave Reid's two goals were the margin of victory as Boston topped New 5-3 Jersey 4-2. The Devils owned a two-goal lead before the Bruins began their catebak. The Winnepeg Jets halted a five-game losing streak by edging the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1. Doug Smail had the gamewinning goal late in the second period. refrigerators in this country, an obvious reference to William Perry, also known as "The Refrigerator." He is the 307pound defensive tackle who gets in on offense once in a while, and who has already scored three touchdowns. Parry reportedly can ampty a fridge in a matter of an hour of less. The NFL executive director fielded the question cleanly, and with just the hint of a snile, he said, yes, the sale of kitchen appliances just might increase. The prospect of an unbeaten season for the Chicago Bears is growing week by week, but it will get a severe test tonight. The Bears will take their record of 12 victories and no losses to Miami for a gae with the Dolphins. It is a matter of record that the Dolphins turn into sharks at home. It also is. a matter of record that they have had a lot of trouble this season. Also very much in question is the Dolphin defense. It has not been the hard-charging, heads-up unit that Coach Don Shula wants it to be. It had better come together with a big game this evening, or Miami will suffer damage in the AEC West. Daily Gazette Monday, December 2, 1985 The Sportsman College Bowls slated Wednesday, January 1, 1986, 1:30 p.m. Sunkist Bowl -At Tempe, Ariz. Michigan vs. Nebraska 1:30 p.m. Cotton Bowl -At Dallas, Texas Texas or Texas A+M vs. Auburn 5 p.m. Rose Bowl -At Pasadena, Calif. Iowa vs. UCLA 8 p.m. Sugar Bowl -At New Orleans I


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