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DA ILY GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 41 -- No. 230


-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper --


Wednesday. December 4.. l9R'~


Security advisor reportedly quits post


, P) -- National Security visor Robert McFarlane has
reportedly quit his top foreign
policy post after two years.
Administration sources say
McFarlane is frustrated by a territorial battle with White
House Chief of Staff Donald Regan. McFarlane aides said last night they expect a formal annourcEment of the resignation
today. No one is talking for the
record yet.
A report today, in The
Wshington Post, says AcIm. John


Poindexter will replace
McFarlane. Poindexter has been r4Farlane's deputy. Other possible successors
include David Abshire, the U.S. ambassador to NATO, and Lawrence Eagleburger, former assistant secretary of state. Another report, in The
Washington Post, citing adninistration sources, says McFarlane told President. Reagan of his decision to leave while the
president was in California during the Thanksgiving holiday.


That story says McFarlane told Reagan he wants to spend more time with his family. There has been friction
between McFarlane and Regan since Regan went to the White
House in a swap of jobs with Treasury Secretary James Baker. Aides say McFarlane has resented Regan's "take-charge" hand, has objected to MFarlane bypassing him and calling the president directly in times of crisis.


C-131s Grounded -- Both of our here performs maintenance on a C-131. station's C-131s have been grounded Please see "News of the Bay" for more because of corrosion problems. Above, details. (Official U.S. Navy photo by a worker at the Naval Air Station J02 Neil Guillebeau)


Captain's Hotline - 4800


Inquiry: A caller said there has been quite a lot of speeding in the Nob Hill residential area. Apparently, four children have almost been hit by cars. Caller wants to know what residents can do about the problem.

Response: Lt. Raley, the base security officer, appreciates the concern of residents about speeders going through the housing areas, and can use all the community assistance he can get to help identify these individuals.
The speed limit in most housing areas is 15 m.p.h. Motor traffic regulations allow base security to investigate all complaints by the community. All residents are asked, when they see a speeder, or anything else that might need security attention, to call the base


security dispatcher at 112.
The individual calling should identify themselves, tell what happened, give a description of the vehicle involved, a license plate number if possible, and any other relevant information.
The more information given to the dispatcher at the time
of the call, the more likely the wrong doer will be apprehended quickly. Security will respond to the address, and look around to see if the vehicle involved is still in the area. They will then take
a statement from the person who made the call.
Security will make every effort to apprehend the suspect.
Lt. Raley says that at least once a day security personnel write citations based on information turned in by concerned citizens.


American remains coming home


(UPI) -- Remains believed to be those of seven Americans
who died in the Vietnam War are coming home.
Seven wooden boxes, one for
each man, were loaded on a plane in Hanoi today for Hawaii where the remains will
undergo forensic testing for identification.
The military unit escorting the evidence also is carrying documentation on 14 other


American servicemen who have been missing in Vietnam, and it is bringing back bone fragments unearthed in an unprecedented joint
excavation of a bomb site just completed in Vietnam. A U.S. Army spokesman says in-Hanoi that he hopes the project is just the beginning of many such efforts with the Vietnamese to find missing American servicemen.


News of the Bay 7


Tour Lengths Increased -- It is now official that tour lengths here will increase for military people arriving at Guantanamo Bay after March 1986. According to a Chief of Naval Operations message, accompanied service members will be required to serve a 30 month tour of duty, and unaccompanied service members will have to serve an 18 month tour. The change will not affect tour lengths of people already stationed here.

Christmas Lights -- Local residents can decorate the exteriors of their houses with Christmas lights from Dec. 14 to Jan. 7, 1986, according to Captain John Condon, COMNAVBASE. Each household is limited to using 60 bulbs, unless you combine with neighbors or friends (then it is 60 lights per family). Displays may be lighted from 6 to 10 p.m. The captain says to keep safety in mind and make frequent inspections of your displays. He also says the displays are authorized to create a "more festive spirit" in the neighborhoods.

Graduate Program -- The resident director of Golden Gate University in Norfolk and the dean of education in San Francisco arrived last Friday and conducted preregistration for Guantanamo Bay's first graduate degree program. Instruction for the graduate program, Human Resources Management, will begin in January. If you are interested in pursuing this course of study, contact the Navy Campus Office at 4769.

Acey Duecy Club Opens Soon -- The former game room at the Windjammer has been identified for the exclusive use of E-5s and E-6s and their families, and it will become the Acey Duecy Club by January 1, 1986, according to Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, and Command Master Chief BMCM Tony Sumnerlin.
The room will be completely redecorated with new
carpet, drapes and bar. The area has its own restrooms.
Entrance will be from a separate "family entrance" located on the left side of the building. Food and drinks will be served in a wholesome family atmosphere.
George Gorniac, mess manager at the Windjammer, has been given a January 1, 1986 deadline to begin operation of the Acey Duecy Club, but he hopes to open it sooner. Master Chief Sumnerlin said, "I invite all E-5s and E-6s to visit the club and see it for themselves. Do not rely on the grapevine. I know I would be happy to take my wife there."

Pool Closure -- Villamar Pool is closed and will remain that way until about January 22. The reason for the closure is, according to Bob Sinnott at Recreation Services, that the pool is being renovated. Following the Villamar renovation, the other pools on base will get redone one at a time.

"GTKO Special" Contest -- The final of the "GTMO Special" Drink Contest will be held at the Windjammer Thursday, December 5, beginning at 5 p.m. Finalists
from club competitions will compete for the cash grand prize and the honor of being the creator of the GTMO Special. The winning "GIMO Special" drink will be sold at clubs here as a non-alcoholic concoction (or with alcohol if you desire it). Drop by the Windjammer and try free samples from 5 to 5:30 p.m.

C-131s Grounded -- Both C-131s here have been grounded because of corrosion problems that are not economical to repair and the planes will soon be phased out of service, according to Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE. He says that replacement aircraft for the base are being sought. All flight schedules for C-131s have been changed. Please watch the Daily Gazette and TV8 for current flight information and schedules.

Presidential Visit -- On this date in 1940, President Roosevelt visited Naval Station Guantanamo Bay on board the USS TUSCALOOSA. This was his second visit here, the first occuring on February 20, 1939 aboard USS HOUSTON. On this second visit, only the commanding officer, Capt. G. Weyler, and a few senior officers paid a call on the president on board the ship. This was a time when the U.S. was reviewing its options as the war in Europe was heating up.

Trash -- Refuse is to be separated into household and bulk trash, according to Housing Director Dick Larue. Household trash must be put in dumpsters. Bulk trash (i.e. -- boxes, old furniture, air conditioners) should be placed at the curb of your lawn. Boxes should be flattened and taped or tied. For all the news about refuse and other housing information, Mr. Larue requests you refer to the Family Housing Occupant Manual. About trash control, he says, "A pleasing. vironment is our goal."
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Alcohol sales

If any private
organization is selling alcoholic beverages, the organization must ediately discontinue ie practice. The only authorized sale of alcoholic beverages is through the club systems. That is the word from Staff Judge Advocate Cdr. E. T. Lindberg.
COMNAVBASEGTMOINST 5400.2M states that "private organizations shall not under any circumstances sell alcoholic beverages." In consideration of special environmental conditions here, COMNAVBASEGTMOINST 5760.1A allows private "member bars" for private use by members only.
This rule shall not be avoided by allowing
rsons to become
temporary or associated members for a short period of time.
Military personnel are not authorized to be guests of members of private organizations at members bars operated exclusively for private organizations. When alcoholic beverages are to be served at a function of the private organization the organization must obtain bar catering services from one of the non-appropriated fund service clubs on base.


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Holiday Home Meal -- The "Holiday Home Meal" is a program designed to bring unaccompanied people out of the barracks to spend time
with us in our homes. It is an opportunity for these
people to spend Christmas Eve, Christmas Day or New Year's Day with a family in the community. If you want to
open your home to a person on one or all of these holiday days, please call Susan Yaeger at 3195 or 2450.

CONUS Hire Brief -- A
patio briefing for CONUS hires will be held Monday, December 9 at 4 p.m. on the
COM Club patio. Managers are invited to attend, too.

Teen Christmas Dance -The Teen Christmas Dance is now scheduled for Saturday, De'cember 7 from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Yacht Club. The cost is $1 for members and $1.50 for non-members. For more information, please call Susan Yaeger at 3195 or 2450.

Post Office Hours -- Due to the volume of mail being received, the Windward Post Office will open Saturdays, December 7 and 14. The office
will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for mailing packages and stamp purchasing. All other services will remain as already reported.

Leadership Exams -- The Military Leadership Examinations for prospective
E-4s, E-5s and E-6s will be administered Friday, December 13 at 7:30 a.m. in the Windjammer. Participants must submit a special request chit or a memorandum recommendation from their division officer to the officer in charge of the Personnel Support Detachment. They are due by Wednesday, December 11 at 3 p.m. This
will be the last Military Leadership Examination for prospective candidates to
qualify for the January 1986 CPO exam. For further information, please call
4235.

Leeward Point Meeting -There will be a Leeward Point community meeting Wednesday, December 11 at 7 p.m. in the Community Center. There will be a potluck supper at 6 p.m.
For more information, please call Rhoxie Cook at 6448.

Goat Locur Hours --The
Goat Loc'r will open on Tuesdays from 4:30 to 11:30 p.m.


COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD I


For your information...


High School Advisory -The next High School Advisory Council meeting will be held Thursday, December 5 at 4:30 p.m. in the school library.
The parent representatives for this year are Linda Sayko (2650) and Mary Mahew (4356).
The faculty representatives are Jim Fischer, Jane Haynes and Roy Wilson. They can be
reached at 3100. The community is encouraged to attend the meetings and if you have any agenda items you
would like discussed, please contact one of the representative prior to the meeting.

Daily Mass -- Daily Mass is now celebrated Monday through
Friday at 11:30 a.m. in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, except on Tuesday when it is celebrated in the Leeward Chapel at 11:30 a.m.

Nursery News -- The Guantanamo Bay Nursery School will be having its board meeting Thursday, December 5 at the nursery school on Marina Point. The new board chairman and other important topics will be discussed. The nursery school is also registering children for the second semester. For more information, please call
2195.

Marine Exchange Hours -For DEFEX, these hours will be observed by Marine Corps Exchange facilities: Wednesday, December 4, all facilities will close at 4 p.m.; Thursday, December 5, all facilities will be open regular hours; Friday, December 6, all facilities will close at 4 p.m.; Saturday, December 7, all facilities will open at 9:30
a .m.

Elementary Advisory -There will be an Elementary School Advisory Committee meeting Wednesday, December 4 at 3 p.m. in elementary school room B1O. For more information, please call the
school or a committee member.

Jewelry Sale -- The Marine Corps Exchange has a wonderful selection of jewelry, sale-priced through December 24.


Gift Ideas -- Christmas is approaching and the Marine Corps Exchange has a large selection of merchandise that will make great gifts. They have trikes and bikes, dolls of all kinds, sleeping bags for the youngsters, luggage. And if you did not get to buy
a fresh tree, the store has artificial ones for sale. Shop the Marine Corps Exchange for your Christmas gifts.

Ceramic Shop -- Due to DEFEX, the Ceramic Shop will
be open Friday, December 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, please call Thelma Townsend at 4640.

Hydroaerobics -- Due to the renovation of Villamar Pool, the last two sessions of hydroaerobics will be Wednesday and Friday, December 4 and 6 at the Com Pool.

Family Party -- Our Christmas holiday family party begins with a pot luck dinner, bring enough for six. The fun begins December 14, 5:30 p.m., Commissary parking lot. The entertainment hosts are "Pony Express," Rafe the Great," cartoons, Fil-Am Club, Swingers, Teen D.J. with break dancing. for all, Mr. Duffus, Shane and a sing-a-long for everyone. Join our Christmas holiday family party and make this night a winter wonderland.

Inflation Fighter -- The Inflation Fighter for this week is... two beef tacos for only 99 cents. This special is available at the Stop Light Inn and Kountry Kitchen.

Arts and Crafts -- The GTMO Caribbean Arts and Crafts Association is having a mixed media exhibit Saturday, December 7, and Sunday, December 8, 1 - 4 p.m., old high school, room 21. Refreshments will be served. Come one, come all for an enjoyable afternoon,

Blue Caribe -- Today's special at the Blue Caribe is a "14 oz. T-bone Steak," broiled to your taste, with all the trimmings, $9.95.


Red Cross -- Give your family the gift of life during this holiday season. The Red Cross has many safety classes available for your or
your family to take. For all the information, please contact the Red Cross at 2234 or 4676.

Vehicle Washing -- The Public Works Department is
now operating a vehicle wash facility. This service is available for government vehicles only. All Class "B" vehicle holders are encouraged to utilize this facility on a regular basis. It is available Monday through Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. For more information, please call 4404.

Cantata -- The Guantanamo Bay Christmas Cantata will be presented Sunday, December 8, 7 p.m., Base Chapel. Everyone is invited to attend.

Iguana Video Club -- Due to the DEFEX, there will be n6 checkout Friday, December
6, and the regular monthly meeting will be postponed until Wednesday, December 11, 7:30 p.m., NAVSTA Training Room. New members are welcome to join the club at this meeting. For more information, call Pam Reidy, 2988 AWH.

COM -- All officers and civilian equivalent are welcome at the COM Wardroom Annex. Bring the family! A breakfast buffet will be available every Saturday morning. The COM Wardroom Annex hours are: Monday, Breakfast: 6 - 8 a.m., Lunch: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Dinner, 5
7 p.m.; Tuesday - Friday, Breakfast: 6 - 8 p.m., Tuesday - Thursday, Dinner: 5
- 7 p.m.; Saturday, Brunch: 7 a.m. - noon; and Sunday, Breakfast: 7 - 9 p.m.


Marine Corps Exchange -For a more beautiful you, receive a complimentary make-up by Carol Spillane of a famous brand name cosmetics f rm Monday, December 9, 10
a.m. - 4 p.m., at the MCX. For your appointment, see Nancy at the cosmetic counter, or call 3314 AWH.


Wine Cellar -- The following hours of operation will be in effect for the Wine Cellar: Tuesday, December 24: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Wednesday, December 25:
Closed; Tuesday, December 31: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.; and Wednesday, January 1: Closed.

Navy Campus -- The Graduate Management Admission Test will be given January 27
at Navy Campus. The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) will be given at Navy Campus February 3. Call Navy Campus, 4769, to
register for these tests.

Hook -- Friday, December 6A
7 p.m., the Hook will be closed due to DEFEX. Saturday, December 7, 7 p.m. there will be Bible Study,
"Discipleship," at the Hook. The Hook is open to people of
all faiths.

SAT Test -- The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) will be
given at the W.T. Sampson High School Saturday, December 7, 8 a.m., room C6. Bring your blue ticket and
two number two pencils. There may be a few extra tests for walk-in candidates. If interested, contact Ms. Dawson at the high school, by Friday, December 6, 3 p. The next test date at t school will be May 3.

Marine Wives -- The Marine Wives are requesting the community's support in baking cookies, hard candy and
breads for the unaccompanied people attached to Marine Barracks. For more information, please contact one of these wives after working hours: Barbara
(3962), Mary (3814), Sharon (2498). Help make this a "Merry Christmas" for everyone here,

Bartenders -- Have a few spare hours? Need to earn some extra money? Put your unused hours to productive
use while earning ready cash and meeting new people. How? The COM Club is currently hiring bartenders to work evenings and weekends. If you
are interested in applying, stop by the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office,
Building 804, to complete an application form.

Marine Photos Needed -Any individuals with photographs of this year's Marine Corps Ball or the Drum and Bugle Corps performance please call Capt. Neal SmitV 2664.


Volunteer of the month

We, at the Red Cross, are proud to announce that Mrs. Camille Fink has been selected as our "Volunteer of the Month" for December 1985. We are sad, as she will no longer be volunteering due to other personal commitments. During her tenure, we were able to increase the number of volunteers, increase our funding, and improve our administrative procedures.
She gave the organization hundreds of hours of her
time. We would like to wish her continued success in all future endeavors. Thank you for your proud commitments to Red Cross and the community.


DAILY GAZEll
U.S. Navy's Ol(y mre-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Condon, USN ................inander, U.S. Naval Base
It. Qndr. Rick Fischer, USN ................ blic Affairs Officer
J01 Stacey Byington...........Assistant public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil GuillebeauUSN .....................M ag Editor
J03 Teri hmas, ............................... Assis Editor
rs.Susan Junkins ..................... Secretary/Assbciate Editor
Mrs. Nancy Valdes ..............;............. Secretary-in-training
Yrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff .................. Production Assistant
SA Vicki Strickland.................................Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulationsTor-sn.p and station newspapers, under the direction Of the pblic affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five ti es a week at goverrvnent expense on goverrm-ef equipment, at the Navy pblications.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 Coamander, U.S. Naval Base.


Letters: Another GTMO tradition gone?


Another one of our traditions gone? Last Saturday, November :30, Christmas trees went on sale here.
In past years, the Boy Scouts offered their services as "tree sitters." This consisted of members of the community making a donation to have a Boy Scout hold a place in line through the night. Inevitable, an allnight party would take place, when community members gave their Boy Scopt "sitters" sodas and snacks throughout the night.
When morning came, the Knights of Columbus put on a pancake breakfast at the tree selling site (all proceeds going to the Boy Scouts) to further create a feeling of community involvement. A good time was had by all. This year, due to lack of information and short lead time, the Boy Scouts were unable to perform this "service" for the community.
The loss of revenue (dona-


tions) from this traditional event will hurt our Boy Scout movement here. They are totally self sustaining when it comes to money and dependent on the generosity of various clubs and community members here on base. They receive no outside
funds.
Come December 25, will the 25-day-old Christmas trees be


a major fire hazard? Why put them on sale so early?
In prior years, December 15 was the sale date for Christmas trees. Did the Navy Exchange and Special Services forget the Boy Scouts this year?
Alas, another GTMO tradition gone.

CTRS Frank Pflieger


Thanks for Halley supporO


The PTO Science Committee of the W.T. Sampson Elementary School would like to extend our thanks to Capt.
Condon for allowing and encouraging the Halley's Comet Watch to happen. Because of the sponsorship of COMNAVBASE to bring Dr. Bruce Hanna, Old Dominion University Planetarium director to Guantanamo Bay, many hundreds of residents were able to see Halley's
Comet.


We deeply appreciate all the efforts and support of the military community and the parents and faculty from the elementary school who gave many hours to the organization and operation of the event.
Thank you all very much for making this family activity a huge success and one long remembered.

PTO Science Comittee Lee White


Daily Gazette Wednesday, December 4, 1985











THIS 'N THAT


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Christmas gift-giving made easier at NEX


STATEN ISLAND, New York -The Navy Exchange welcomes the Christmas Season by making gift-giving easier for its customers with a Christmas gift catalog. Filled with holiday savings and gift ideas for the whole family, the Christmas catalog can be picked up at your Exchange. Although this is not a mail-order catalog, customers can take the catalog home and look over the selection offered at the exchanges to find the perfect gift for that special someone.
For the woman in your life, you will find gift sets of soaps and perfumes in many designer brands. Designer sportswear, winter accessories, sleepware, lingerie, and elegant jewlry and watches are also available for her.
A perfect gift for any man are gift sets of his favorite cologne. He may also enjoy finding classic dress shirts, an all weather coat, or a European attache case under the tree.
Children will look their very best at holiday parties in party dresses for girls and slack and vest ensembles for boys. Fashionable foul weather gear will let the kids have fun even without the sun and as a stocking stuffer, they will love bath sets featuring their favorite cartoon friends. For the


Potpourri & Grab

TNO WEELER
'80 Puch moped, good condition, $165 with helmet. Call 4203 OWN or 2625
AWH.
'70 Honda 175co twin, great shape, passed inspection in July. Has lots of new parts plus spares, $325. Call
Paul at 3477 AWH or 4203 LWH.
'79 Honda CM400T, great mechanical condition, windshield two helmets, must sell. Call LCDk Stephens at
4849 EWH or 3567 AWH.
Two Puch mopeds, one for parts, $100
for both. Call 3408 AWH.
'83 Tomas moped, two-speed
automatic, kick start, low mileage, good condition, $400 or best offer.
Helmet included. Call 4601 AT.
'83 Honda Aero 80 moped, silver, electric start, good condition, helmet included, $750. Call 4601 AT.
moped,'needs minor work, best
offer over $150. Call 4236 AWH.
One 400KZ, excellent shape, new paint job, new tires, new fenders, new seat, black in color, best running 400 in GTMO. For more information call BMC Richards at Port Services at 4929 or 4919 UM or come by BEQ Room E306 or call
3005/3004 AWH.
'85 Suzuki moped, brand new, zero miles. Call Dave or Mary at 4704 AT.
Leave message on aswering machine.
'80 Yamaha 400 Special, must sell, $800 or best offer. Good condition comes with two helmets. Call PO
Banner at 4147.
GOLFCAT
E-Z-Go golf cart, excellent condition with new batteries and motor. Canary yellow with new carpet and upholstery throughout. Extra
roof, battery charger, spare tire/rim, six battery cables, clock . and two lockers, $900. Must sell
efore December 12 or it goes to
Florida. Call "The Dilree's" at 2274
AWH.
TELEVISION
Toshiba 13" color TV, five months old, $210 neg. Call YNCS Lovett at 4120/4392 DWH or 3306/3305 AWH.
Great buy, you must see to believe.
PETS
Free to a good home. Two beautiful house dogs, good with children.
These dogs are hallf Pekingese and half Chihuahua. For more information, call NT1 Rodiquez at 4112 DWH or can be seen at 266A
Villamar anytime.
AIR CONDITIONERS
Whilrpool 12,000 BTU, with energy
saver, two years old, asking $200.
Available anytime. Call 2328 AT.


The Saler


ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
1-PK-752 Panasonic color video
camera with Hitachi VT-6800A. Four head multi function recroder with VT-TU65A tuner, shoulder, case for recorder and two extra batteries. Unit is all compatable. Other
extra's also with system. Unit cost, $1281, asking $700 or best offer. Call 4273 DEH or 4632 AWH.
RCA SFT-100 video disc player and movies, $250. Call 4273 DWH or 4632 AWH.
IBM PC 256K, dual sided diskette, color graphics monitor adapter, disk operating system 2.1, printer
adapter, graphics printer, printer cable, color display, lotus 1-2-3 (spread sheet) Peach Text 5000 (word .processor w/dictionary and
electronic theasarus), various other programs, printer paper. Purchased new one year ago for $4699. Best offer over $2500 gets it. Call 3745 AWH.
Two VE players in good condition, one RCA and one Zenith, asking $350 each. Must see to appreciate. call 4698 after 5 p.m. or can be seen at OV-7C.
Super 8mm movie camera and projector, just in time for
Christmas. Works great, $50. Call Don Crough at 3891 AWH.
Panasonic stereo system w/speakers, AM/FM receiver, turntable and tape deck, excellent condition, $250.
Call 2268 AT.
Equalizer, good condition, $60; Sharp cassette deck (automatic search and stop) $75. Leave message for George at 633.
JEWELRY
One diamond ring, white gold, Ikt, solitaire, size 5 1/2, appraise, $2800, will sell $1500; one diarond ring, platinum in antique setting, lkt, solitaire, size 4 1/2, appraise, $3200, will sell $1500.
Call SKC Bunch at 4373/3005.
BABY ITEMS
Child's car seat, $20; swing for
small children, $25. Call 308 AT.
LOST
Grey ball glove (boys), at Field #1 Cooper Field on Firday, Noveber 22. Nane is on glove. Call Wade at 3408 AWH.
FURNITURE
Bunk beds, good condition, $50 or best offer; rattan bentwood rocker, $50 or best offer; stereo stand,
$25, hanging soubrero macrame table from Philippines, $35. Call 4236 AWH.
APPLIANCES
Amana radarrange microwave oven, wor. great, $100. Call 3648.


Washing machine, old and needs minor repair, but still works, $50. Call 3891 AWH.
SERVICES
I would like to babysit for your children, anytime day or night. Part or full time. I have 15 years experience. Call Julie at 2407 AT.
I would like to babysit your child in my home part time or full time at any hour. Call Alberta at 3231.

WANTED
Babysitter on Leeward side for two children ages 2 and five months. Daytime from 6:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call AKI Frye at 6351 or SK2 Frye at 4135.
Need a babysitter for my 4 and 2 year olds, part time and weekends. I
live in Villamar. Call Cynthia at 2744 AWH or 115 DWH.

MISCELLANEOUS
Aqua scooter (powered vehicle for riding in the water), $70 or best offer- plum white rayon shantung lap sades two from Japan, never used, $15 each. Call 4236 AWH.
If you need that special party dress for the holidays and you wear a size
9/10 please call. The dress has never been worn, it was the wrong size. I an selling it for what it cost through the catalog, $40. It is pretty. Call 3225 AWH.
Everything goes! Furniture, appliances, Christmas tree and
decorations, steamer trunks, lamps, shades, rugs, clothes, misc. items too numerous to mention. All priced to sell. Come by Caravela Point 5A (next to brig) AWH.
Three air conditioners, one 20,000 BTU, two years old, $300, two 5,000 BTU's, 18 months old, $175 each; one
blue carpet, 8x11 1/2, $30; available December 18. Also one men's ten-speed bicycle 24", $35; one '83 red Honda Elite with custom rear trunk, $1200. Available now.
Call 2104 AWH.

To artificial Christmas trees, one 4 1/2-foot, $5, one 7-foot, $10. One small roll top desk, $25. Call 2748 AT.
Dark blue velvet (Broyhill) sofa and love seat, $400; brass inlaid rocker, $60; two itered mahogany
accent table, $50; wooden shelving unit, $25; swivel bar stools, $25 each; five air conditioners $350 or
will sell separately; Black and s4iite 12" TV, $25; 80 pound weight bench and weights, incline, $35;
assorted rugs, carpeting, bedding, drapes and plants galore. Call 2128 AT.


future computer genius, learning aids for spelling
and arithmetic are great for the pre-computer aged child.
The more advanced computer
wiz will find a wide selection at the Exchange computer center. There is also a large selection of
typewritters, VCR's stereos, and traveling cassette players for music on the go.
Capture all of the magic moments of Christmas with top of the line cameras and accessories. Instant, 35mm, and fully programmed cameras
are featured.
Make holiday meals a breeze with the latest kitcehn appliances designed to save space-mixers, blenders, can


openers, coffee makers and knife holders are easy to store and out of your way when you want them to be as you create holiday recipes.
The Navy Exchange Christmas catalog has information on a variety of personalized
services for the holidays, including party platters, ice cream cakes, gift wrapping, and delivery of gift packages. Santa will appear at the Exchange with his personal photographer to take a memorable photo with your child. Watch the Gazette for
dates and times.
Hurry in to your Exchange, pick up a Christmas catalog, and start your holiday gift buying.


oSSpace-A policies


The following Space-A policies are governed' and regulated by DOD 4515.13R, MACR76-1, CINCLANTINST 4630.1C and COMNAVBASEGTMONOTE 4650.
1. EML designated sites are NAS Norfolk, NAS Jacksonville, and USNAS Roosevelt Roads.
2. Military members/civilian employees must be in a leave status to register and utilize EML Space-A travel.
3. EML participants are restricted to two trips per year. Trips may not be accumulated
from one year to another. The yearly accountable time frame for the sponsor and dependents begins the date the sponsor arrived on station.
4. EML travel is not authorized with the following:
(a). In conjunction to TAD/TDY
(b). Student travel to and from CONUS
(c). Early return of dependents to
CONUS
5. Standard Space-A roll call is two hours prior to aircraft block time departure.
6. Manifest will be closed 40 minutes prior to block time.
7. Maximum baggage allowance is 66 pounds per passenger. Excess baggage will not be accepted.
8. Dependents are not authorized to accompany military sponsors on TAD/TDY orders or serving an unaccompanied tour overseas.
9. Civilian personnel are not authorized TAD/TDY no-cost orders. 10. Military members on leave and in conjunction with TAD/TDY no-cost orders will be assigned priority F and Type Travel Space-A.
11. If further clarification is needed, please contact your friendly MAC advisor Sgt. Jones at 6204 or OSCS Van Atten and Ms. Iris Irizarry at 4901/4278.




Submitting classified ads


The ad must be in before 9 a.m. to get in the next day's paper, otherwise, it will run two days later.
Each ad must be submitted on a separate 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper with a phone number and
signature. If each ad is not submitted on a separate piece of
paper, it will run under the miscellaneous heading.
Yard sales a-e published in Friday's pape, only. A yard sale
ad must be in before 9 a.m. on Thursday. Be advised not to


submit a classified ad along with a yard sale on the same sheet of paper.
Your advertisement will run two continuous days and once per week. The ad must be resubmitted
if you wish it to run the following week.
Ads can be dropped off at the Public Affairs Office located in Bldg. 760 (Admin) between 7 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. There is an envelope outside the office door
for ads submitted after working hours.


3 Daily Gazette Wednesday, December 4, 1985


School is open! Watch out for kids!


ATTKNTION MOTORISTS: The
speed limit from Marine Housing through Mob Hill will be 20 ,.p.h. between 7ad:15and 8 a.m. and 1:50












Local
Pool Closed -- The COMO Pool will be closed for renovation Monday, December 9. For more information, contact Donna Bowers, 2560.

Sviining -- The Holiday Swim and Stay Fit Program will be held at the Windjarier Pool and will be open to lap swimers only, from 5
- 6 p.m., Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from Decrber 16 through January 17. For more information, contact Donna Bowers, 2560.

Bowling -- The Marblehead Bowling Center is offering a "Big Pot No Tap Turnament," o be held at the bowling center Saturday, December 21, 6:30 -11 p.m. This sure would make a nice Christmas present for some lucky bowler.


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.


Diving - Santa has arrived to Guantanamo's underwater world and left an Open Mater Diver Course for a friend, spouse, loved one, or yourself . For more information on this special
Christmas and class start dates, contact Keith Mattson,
Master Instructor, 4947 LWH or 3550 AWH. On Saturday, December 14, there will be a Divemaster Class, fee is $150. On Thursday, December 16, there will be an Advanced Open Mater Class, fee is $65.

Softball Officials -Anyone interested in umpiring softball games, please contact Dave Oliver at Recreation Services, after 4:15 p.m., 2560.


By d ales Morey


Will they be whistling "Anchors Aweigh" or "Brave Old Army Team" in Philadelphia on Saturday night.
It is just another game before
the year-end Bowl gases, but to the Cadets of est Point and the Middies of Annapolis, this is the biggest number of the year.
Army is favored by one touchdown, thanks to a slightly
more impressive season, but the odds often are knocked for a loop when the Middies and the Cadets go at it.
Ma will have a guess on that game, and the other few contests
on the schedule, but first let us get rid of last week. We had 10 right and three wrong, and finished out the regular season with a percentage of .748.
Back to Army and Navy. The Cadets will probably play ballcontrol, with a lot of running, and if they can make it stick,
they should win.
Oklahoma will play host to
what may be a dangerous Southern Methodist team. The Sooners cannot afford a loss if they wish to stay in contention for the National Championship. They play Penn tate in the Orange
Bowl on New Year's night.
The Sooners hit hard and often, and they should put too nuch pressure on the Southern
Methodist defense unit for that group to handle.
East Carolina will journey to
Baton Rouge to take on Louisiana State, and may find it a long


sports
Basketball -- Recreation Services and the W.T. Sampson High School will co-host this
year's Christmas Basketball Tournament Thursday, December
26 through Monday, December 30. This double elimination tournament is open to the first eight teams to register with Recreation Services Athletic Department. This year's competition will be conducted on the new indoor basketball court of the high school. All basketball players and fans are encouraged to support what will prove to be one of the best tournaments conducted on the island. The entry
deadline is Monday, December 23. For additional information, or team entry, contact Recreation Services Athletic Department, 2248, 2249 or 2560.

Walk/Run -- A new Walk/Rin Club has been started, every Tuesday and Thursday, 6 - 7 p.m., across from Recreation Services at Cooper Field. This club is open to both men and women. Mileage certificates and T-shirts will be offered. For more information, contact Terri Bdison, 3195 or 2450.

Tennis -- For you tennis lovers, the Racquet Club is sponsoring a mixed doubles tournarent Saturday, Decanter 7. Men and women, choose your partners, and sign up at the Racquet Club by Thursday, December 5. For more information, call Mona Rieck, 2666.

Diving -- The following PADI Scuba courses are offered:
December 14: Divemaster, fee is $150. For more information, contact Keith Mattson, Master Scuba Diver Trainer, 4947 UNH or 3350 AWH.


journey hcme.
Brigham Young should have a successful trip to Hawaii. In
the other game of the weekend, Texas-El Paso will take on
Wyoming in Melbourne, Australia. Now follow this: The game actually will be played on Sunday afternoon, December 7, but results will be flashed back
to the United States in the early hours of the morning, time zone difference, of course.

Lou Holtz has Knute Rockne's gift of gab and sense of humor, and Frank Leahy's intensity, but can he parlay the two assits into winning seasons at Notre

Holtz, the unquestioned king of the one-liners among college coaches, has just taken over from Gerry Faust in South Bend.
When he looked back at the records hung out by the brilliant Rockne and the meticulous Leahy, Lou gulped. He said he thought he was looking at misprints.
Rockne lost only 12 games of 122 at Notre Dame. Leahy was beaten 11 times in 107 contests. Ara Parseghian also did well, with a record of 95-and-17 with four ties in his years coaching the Irish.

Holtz has been a winner for most of this coaching career. He was outstanding at Arkansas, and was just beginning to turn
things around at Minnesota when the call came from the Golden dme.
Lou did have a couple of so-so years as coach of the New York


SPORTSWORLD Celtics trip Bucks 1 12-109, Boston's eighth win


(AP) - One streak continued and one went by the boards last night, as the Boston Celtics tripped the Milwaukee Bucks 112-109. It was Boston's eighth straight win, while the loss snapped a streak of 24 straight
home wins for the Bucks.
Kevin McHale scored 29 points for Boston. The Bucks got 28 points from Paul Pressey, 25 from Terry Curmings and 22 from Sidney Moncrief.
Meanwhile, the Houston Pockets recorded their eleventh straight home win, a 118-112 triuph over the Phoenix Suns. Lewis Lloyd
had 25 points for the Rockets, while Ralph Sapson added 21.
Larry Nance scored 35 for the Suns, who have lost 10 straight road games.
The Indiana Pacers snapped a 23-game road losing streak, by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 98-84. TIhe win also snapped an overall eight-gaTe losing streak
for the Pacers.
The Philadelphia 76ers ran their winning streak to four straight, with a 127-107 bloout of the Detroit Pistons. Moses
Malone scored 29 points for the Sixers.
Jeff Malone scored 28 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, as the Washington
Bullets topped the Portland Trail Blazers 118-115. Jeff
Ruland added 26 points for the Bullets, offsetting a 30-point performance by Portland Kiki Vardeweghe.
Afterwards, the Blazers
learned they had lost more than a game. Vandeweghe suffered a stress fracture in his right leg, apparently when he was accidentally kicked in the first
quarter. Vandeweghe played on thinking it was only a bruise, but a post-game exam revealed
the stress fracture. Vandeweghe will be out for an indefinite
period.


Elsewhere, the Dallas
Mavericks held on for a 107-100 win over the Golden State Warriors.
The New York Knicks shot a blistering 67.6 percent in the first half, en route to a 11-94


win over the Denver Nuggets.
Eight Seattle players scored in double figures, as the Supersonics shot by the San Antonic Spurs 123-103.
The Sacramento Kings beat the Chicago Bulls 131-118.


Join Rec Services for holiday fun


Holiday With Us is a Navy-wide Recreation Services Program designed to provide a way and means for the community to
"Holiday with Us."
The activities and events are geared for the unaccompanied military and are particularly
important in overseas stations.
For Thanksgiving we had a
total of 400 participants in Bowling, Marina, Golf, Corral and Teen Program. The winners of the Turkey Putt, a nine-hole no-handicap tournament were: First - Kurt Busjahn, from the


USS Bainbridge, with a 42; and Second - Kevin Reece, from Recreation Services, with a 44.
The winners of the Teen Turkey Bowl were: High Score Girls Betsy Cummings, High Series Girls - Nicole Wieland, High Score Boys - Pdam Haberman, and High Series Boys - Paul Nault.

Coming up for Christmas and New Years will be a Jingle Run, Billiards Tournament, Golf specials, Bowling specials,
Marina events, and much more!
Came out and Holiday With Us.


McEnroe eliminated from tourney


(UPI) -- John McEnroe wilted under the power of Slobodan Zivojinovic of Yogoslavia and was eliminated from the Australian Cpen Tennis Chmpionship.
Zivojinovic captured the last three sets with incredible
authority to win today's match, 2-The capacity crowd booed McEnroe as he grabbed his racket
bag and stormed off the center


Sports, b


court, not waiting for hi4 unseeded opponent.

The stunning upset concludes the 1985 season for MEbroe, who failed to win a grand slam event for the first time since 191n an
earlier match, top seed Ivan Lendl of Czechslovakia past
South African Christo Steyn, 6-3, 6-2, 6-7, 6-2, to gain a quarter final berth.


riefs


Gold Glove Winners
(UPI) -- Six players were named "Gold Glove" winners for the first time in their careers. The newly honored fielders in the American League are Kansas City third baseman George Brett, Yankee first baseman Don Nattingly, Oakland shortstop Alfredo Griffin, and California outfielder Gary Pettis. Third baseman Tim Wallach of Montreal and pitcher Rick
Reuschel of Pittsburgh are first-time winners in the National League. The teams were chosen by the coaches and managers of both leagues.

Padres
(UPI) -- The future of Dick Williams with the San Diego Padres remains an open question following reports that he
will retire from baseball rather than manage the team next season. A report, in the San Deigo Union, says the Padres skipper will accept a $250,000 buyout of his contract. The paper says the manager's wife has been urging Williams to hang up his spikes.


Hoosies up-end Notre Dame*


(UPI) -- In college basketball last night, the twentieth-ranked Indiana Hoosiers up-ended Notre Dame 82-67, handing the thirteenth-ranked Irish their
first defeat of the young season. Junior guard Steve
Alford was top man for the 2-0 Hoosiers with 32 points. The
Irish, on the other hand, drop to 2-1.
In other games involving
members of the DPI's TOp 20, it


was number-six Kansas over Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
89-71, number-seven Georgetown taming George Mason 75-63,
nunber-eight Kentucky trampling Cincinnati 84-54, number-14 St. John's clubbing Wagner 88-55,
number-16 Manphis State rolling over Kent State 83-69, nurber-18 Auburn popping West Virginia 84-59, and number-19 Iowa stopping Drake 55-43.


North Stars embarrass Black Hawks


(UPI) -- Tony Mckegney scored his first hat trick of the season last night as the Minnesota North Stars embarrassed
the the Chicago Black Hawks, 9-2. Scott Bjugstad added to the carnage with a pair of goals, helping the Stars move to within two points of second-place
Chicago in the Norris Division of the NH-L.
In the other three games played last night, Detroit upset Philadelphia 4-1, Edmonton
pounded Los Angeles 8-4, and Winnipeg and the New York Islanders skated to a 4-4 tie in


overtime.
Center Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins leads in the fan balloting for the Males Conference All-Star team. Ironically, the leader among
goaltenders is Pelle Lindbergh, the former Philadelphia player, iho was killed in an auto crash last month.

The Pittsburgh Penguins must do without team captain Mike Bullard for the next seven to 10 days. The veteran NHL center cracked a rib in Monday's 6-0 win over the New York Rangers.


Jets of the National Football League, but he did not seem to fit in with professional game and the veteran players. His rah-rah approach and iron
discipline did not go over with the tough pros he was trying to govern.
One man who knows Lou well, athletic director Frank Broyles of Arkansas, has really put Holtz on the spot. Broyles said, "If the job is done properly, he should win virtually every
game."
Lou winced at that, and
hastened to modify it. He said, "I'm not a miracle-worker and I'm not a genius."
Success or failure for Holtz probably will depend on how the Notre Dame players take to his coaching methods. There is never a lack of talent at South Bend. The trick is to blend it into a hard-striking force.
Broyles, who was looking over Lou's shoulder for seven years at Arkansas, says Holtz makes it very difficult on his players in practice. Lou has the same
theory as the old German staff: Train hard, fight easy.
Broyles added that Holtz
thrives on pressure. He doubts that will be a factor.
About the players: The history of football, both college and pro, is sprinkled liberally with stories of touch coaches who worked their players extra hard. The usual conclusion is simply this: If you have a winning team, the players usually will take it. A losing team, and there is a chance of mutiny in the ranks.


4 Daily Gazette Wednesday, December 4, 1985


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DAILY GAZETTE -GB Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 41 -No. 230 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper ---ed-nesdac -.D cember4, 19 Security advisor reportedly quits post DPI) -National Security visor Robert McFarlane has reportedly quit his top foreign policy post after two years. Administration sources say McFarlane is frustrated by a territorial battle with White House Chief of Staff Donald Regan. MFarlane aides said last night they expect a formal announcement of the resignation today. No one is talking for the record yet. A report today, in The Washington Post, says Aim. John Poindexter will replace McFarlane. Poindexter has been MoFarlane' s deputy. Other possible successors include David Abshire, the U.S. ambassador to NIO, arid Lawrence Eagleburger, former assistant secretary of state. Another report, in The Washington tost, citing adninistration sources, says McFarlane told President. Reagan of his decision to leave while the president was in California during the Thanksgiving holiday. That story says McFarlane told Reagan he wants to spend more time with his family. There has been friction between McFarlane and Regan since Regan went to the White House in a swap of jobs with Treasury Secretary James Baker. Aides say McFarlane has resented Regan's "take-charge" hand, has objected to McFarlare bypassing him and calling the president directly in times of crisis. C-131s Grounded -Both of our here performs maintenance on a C-131. station's C-131s have been grounded Please see "News of the Bay" for more because of corrosion problems. Above, details. (Official U.S. Navy photo by a worker at the Naval Air Station J02 Neil Guillebeau) Captain's Hotline -4800 Inquiry: A caller said there has been quite a lot of speeding in the Nob Hill residential area. Apparently, four children have almost been hit by cars. Caller wants to know what residents can do about the problem. Response: Lt. Raley, the base security officer, appreciates the concern of residents about speeders going through the housing areas, and can use all the community assistance he can get to help identify these individuals. The speed limit in most housing areas is 15 m.p.h. Motor traffic regulations allow base security to investigate all complaints by the community. All residents are asked, when they see a speeder, or anything else that might need security attention, to call the base security dispatcher at 112. The individual calling should identify themselves, tell what happened, give a description of the vehicle involved, a license plate number if possible, and any other relevant information. The more information given to the dispatcher at the time of the call, the more likely the wrong doer will be apprehended quickly. Security will respond to the address, and look around to see if the vehicle involved is still in the area. They will then take a statement from the person who made the call. Security will make every effort to apprehend the suspect. Lt. Raley says that at least once a day security personnel write citations based on information turned in by concerned citizens. American remains coming home (UPI) -Remains believed to be those of seven Americans who died in the Vietnam War are coming home. Seven wooden boxes, one for each man, were loaded on a plane in Hanoi today for Hawaii where the remains will undergo forensic testing for identification. The military unit escorting the evidence also is carrying documentation on 14 other American servicemen who have been missing in Vietnam, and it is bringing back bone fragments unearthed in an unprecedented joint excavation of a bomb site just completed in Vietnam. A U.S. Army spokesman says in Hanoi that he hopes the project is just the beginning of many such efforts with the Vietnamese to find missing American servicemen. News of the Bay Tour Lengths Increased -It is now official that tour lengths here will increase for military people arriving at Guantanamo Bay after March 1986. According to a Chief of Naval Operations message, accompanied service members will be required to serve a 30 month tour of duty, and unaccompanied service members will have to serve an 18 month tour. The change will not affect tour lengths of people already stationed here. Christmas Lights -Local residents can decorate the exteriors of their houses with Christmas lights from Dec. 14 to Jan. 7, 1986, according to Captain John Condon, COMNAVBASE. Each household is limited to using 60 bulbs, unless you combine with neighbors or friends (then it is 60 lights per family). Displays may be lighted from 6 to 10 p.m. The captain says to keep safety in mind and make frequent inspections of your displays. He also says the displays are authorized to create a "more festive spirit" in the neighborhoods. Graduate Program -The resident director of Golden Gate University in Norfolk and the dean of education in San Francisco arrived last Friday and conducted preregistration for Guantanamo Bay's first graduate degree program. Instruction for the graduate program, Human Resources Management, will begin in January. If you are interested in pursuing this course of study, contact the Navy Campus Office at 4769. Acey Duecy Club Opens Soon -The former game room at the Windjarmner has been identified for the exclusive use of E-5s and E-6s and their families, and it will become the Acey Duecy Club by January 1, 1986, according to Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, and Cornand Master Chief BMCM Tony Susnerlin. The room will be completely redecorated with new carpet, drapes and bar. The area has its own restrooms. Entrance will be from a separate "family entrance" located on the left side of the building. Food and drinks will be served in a wholesome family atmosphere. George Gorniac, mess manager at the Windjamrner, has been given a January 1, 1986 deadline to begin operation of the Acey Duecy Club, but he hopes to open it sooner. Master Chief Summerlin said, "I invite all E-5s and E-6s to visit the club and see it for themselves. Do not rely on the grapevine. I know I would be happy to take my wife there." Pool Closure -Villamar Pool is closed and will remain that way until about January 22. The reason for the closure is, according to Bob Sinnott at Recreation Services, that the pool is being renovated. Following the Villamar renovation, the other pools on base will get redone one at a time. "GTMO Special' Contest -The final of the "GTMO Special" Drink Contest will be held at the Windjamner Thursday, December 5, beginning at 5 p.m. Finalists from club competitions will compete for the cash grand prize and the honor of being the creator of the GTMO Special. The winning "GTMO Special" drink will be sold at clubs here as a non-alcoholic concoction (or with alcohol if you desire it). Drop by the Windjamner and try free samples from 5 to 5:30 p.m. C-131s Grounded -Both C-131s here have been grounded because of corrosion problems that are not economical to repair and the planes will soon be phased out of service, according to Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE. He says that replacement aircraft for the base are being sought. All flight schedules for C-131s have been changed. Please watch the Daily Gazette and TV8 for current flight information and chedules. Presidential Visit -On this date in 1940, President Roosevelt visited Naval Station Guantanamo Bay on board the USS TUSCALOOSA. This was his second visit here, the first occuring on February 20, 1939 aboard USS HOUSTON. On this second visit, only the conmanding officer, Capt. G. Weyler, and a few senior officers paid a call on the president on board the ship. This was a time when the U.S. was reviewing its options as the war in Europe was heating up. Trash -Refuse is to be separated into household and bulk trash, according to Housing Director Dick Larue. Household trash must be put in dumpsters. Bulk trash (i.e. -boxes, old furniture, air conditioners) should be placed at the curb of your lawn. Boxes should be flattened and taped or tied. For all the news about refuse and other housing information, Mr. Lane requests you refer to the Family Housing Occupant Manual. About trash control, he says, "A please: : :ivironment is our goal." WWW. Alcohol sales If any private organization is selling alcoholic beverages, the organization must ediately discontinue ie practice. The only authorized sale of alcoholic beverages is through the club systems. That is the word from Staff Judge Advocate Cdr. E. T. Lindberg. COMNAVBASEGTMOINST 5400.2M states that "private organizations shall not under any circumstances sell alcoholic beverages." In consideration of special environmental conditions here, COMNAVBASEGTMOINST 5760.1A allows private "member bars" for private use by members only. This rule shall not be voided by allowing parsons to become temporary or associated members for a short period of time. Military personnel are not authorized to be guests of members of private organizations at members bars operated exclusively for private organizations. When alcoholic beverages are to be served at a function of the private organization the organization must obtain bar catering services from one of the non-appropriated fund service clubs on base. Wednesday, December 4, 1985

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Holiday Home Meal -The "Holiday Home Meal" is a program designed to bring unaccompanied people out of the barracks to spend time with us in our homes. It is an opportunity for these people to spend Christmas Eve, Christmas Day or New Year's Day with a family in the community. If you want to open your home to a person on one or all of these holiday days, please call Susan Yaeger at 3195 or 2450. CONUS Hire Brief -A patio briefing for CONUS hires will be held Monday, December 9 at 4 p.m. on the COM Club patio. Managers are invited to attend, too. Teen Christmas Dance -The Teen Christmas Dance is now scheduled for Saturday, December 7 from 8 to 11 p.m. at the Yacht Club. The cost is $1 for members and $1.50 for non-members. For more information, please call Susan Yaeger at 3195 or 2450. Post Office Hours -Due to the volume of mail being received, the Windward Post Office will open Saturdays, December 7 and 14. The office will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for mailing packages and stamp purchasing. All other services will remain as already reported. Leadership Exams -The Military Leadership Examinations for prospective E-4s, E-5s and E-6s will be administered Friday, December 13 at 7:30 a.m. in the Windjammer. Participants must submit a special request chit or a memorandum recommendation from their division officer to the officer in charge of the Personnel Support Detachment. They are due by Wednesday, December 11 at 3 p.m. This will be the last Military Leadership Examination for prospective candidates to qualify for the January 1986 CPO exam. For further information, please call 4235. Leeward Point Meeting -There will be a Leeward Point community meeting Wednesday, December 11 at 7 p.m. in the Community Center. There will be a potluck supper at 6 p.m. For more information, please call Rhoxie Cook at 6448. Goat Loc'r Hours -The Goat Loc'r will open on Tuesdays from 4:30 to 11:30 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD For your information. High School Advisory -The next High School Advisory Council meeting will be held Thursday, December 5 at 4:30 p.m. in the school library. The parent representatives for this year are Linda Sayko (2650) and Mary Mahew (4356). The faculty representatives are Jim Fischer, Jane Haynes and Roy Wilson. They can be reached at 3100. The community is encouraged to attend the meetings and if you have any agenda items you would like discussed, please contact one of the representative prior to the meeting. Daily Mass -Daily Mass is now celebrated Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m. in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, except on Tuesday when it is celebrated in the Leeward Chapel at 11:30 a.m. Nursery News -The Guantanamo Bay Nursery School will be having its board meeting Thursday, December 5 at the nursery school on Marina Point. The new board chairman and other important topics will be discussed. The nursery school is also registering children for the second semester. For more information, please call 2195. Marine Exchange Hours -For DEFEX, these hours will be observed by Marine Corps Exchange facilities: Wednesday, December 4, all facilities will close at 4 p.m.; Thursday, December 5, all facilities will be open regular hours; Friday, December 6, all facilities will close at 4 p.m.; Saturday, December 7, all facilities will open at 9:30 a.m. Elementary Advisory -There will be an Elementary School Advisory Committee meeting Wednesday, December 4 at 3 p.m. in elementary school room B10. For more information, please call the school or a committee member. Jewelry Sale -The Marine Corps Exchange has a wonderful selection of jewelry, sale-priced through December 24. Gift Ideas -Christmas is approaching and the Marine Corps Exchange has a large selection of merchandise that will make great gifts. They have trikes and bikes, dolls of all kinds, sleeping bags for the youngsters, luggage. And if you did not get to buy a fresh tree, the store has artificial ones for sale. Shop the Marine Corps Exchange for your Christmas gifts. Ceramic Shop -Due to DEFEX, the Ceramic Shop will be open Friday, December 6 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, please call Thelma Townsend at 4640. Hydroaerobics -Due to the renovation of Villamar Pool, the last two sessions of hydroaerobics will be Wednesday and Friday, December 4 and 6 at the Com Pool. Family Party -Our Christmas holiday family party begins with a pot luck dinner, bring enough for six. The fun begins December 14, 5:30 p.m., Commissary parking lot. The entertainment hosts are "Pony Express," Rafe the Great," cartoons, Fil-Am Club, Swingers, Teen D.J. with break dancing for all, Mr. Duffus, Shane and a sing-a-long for everyone. Join our Christmas holiday family party and make this night a winter wonderland. Inflation Fighter -The Inflation Fighter for this week is. two beef tacos for only 99 cents. This special is available at the Stop Light Inn and Kountry Kitchen. Arts and Crafts -The GTMO Caribbean Arts and Crafts Association is having a mixed media exhibit Saturday, December 7, and Sunday, December 8, 1 -4 p.m., old high school, room 21. Refreshments will be served. Come one, come all for an enjoyable afternoon. Blue Caribe -Today's special at the Blue Caribe is a "14 oz. T-bone Steak," broiled to your taste, with all the trimmings, $9.95. Red Cross -Give your family the gift of life during this holiday season. The Red Cross has many safety classes available for your or your family to take. For all the information, please contact the Red Cross at 2234 or 4676. Vehicle Washing -The Public Works Department is now operating a vehicle wash facility. This service is available for government vehicles only. All Class "B" vehicle holders are encouraged to utilize this facility on a regular basis. It is available Monday through Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. For more information, please call 4404. Cantata -The Guantanamo Bay Christmas Cantata will be presented Sunday, December 8, 7 p.m., Base Chapel. Everyone is invited to attend. Iguana Video Club -Due to the DEFEX, there will be no checkout Friday, December 6, and the regular monthly meeting will be postponed until Wednesday, December 11, 7:30 p.m., NAVSTA Training Room. New members are welcome to join the club at this meeting. For more information, call Pam Reidy, 2988 AWH. COM -All officers and civilian equivalent are welcome at the COM Wardroom Annex. Bring the family! A breakfast buffet will be available every Saturday morning. The COM Wardroom Annex hours are: Monday, Breakfast: 6 -8 a.m., Lunch: 11 a.m. -1 p.m., Dinner, 5 7 p.m.; Tuesday -Friday, Breakfast: 6 -8 p.m., Tuesday -Thursday, Dinner: 5 -7 p.m.; Saturday, Brunch: 7 a.m. -noon; and Sunday, Breakfast: 7 -9 p.m. Marine Corps Exchange -For a more beautiful you, receive a complimentary make-up by Carol Spillane of a famous brand name cosmetics firm Monday, December 9, 10 a.m. -4 p.m., at the MCX. For your appointment, see Nancy at the cosmetic counter, or call 3314 AWH. Wine Cellar -The following hours of operation will be in effect for the Wine Cellar: Tuesday, December 24: 11 a.m. -4 p.m.; Wednesday, December 25: Closed; Tuesday, December 31: 11 a.m. -4 p.m.; and Wednesday, January 1: Closed. Navy Campus -The Graduate Management Admission Test will be given January 27 at Navy Campus. The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) will be given at Navy Campus February 3. Call Navy Campus, 4769, to register for these tests. Hook -Friday, December 6 7 p.m., the Hook will be closed due to DEFEX. Saturday, December 7, 7 p.m. there will be Bible Study, "Discipleship," at the Hook. The Hook is open to people of all faiths. SAT Test -The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) will be given at the W.T. Sampson High School Saturday, December 7, 8 a.m., room C6. Bring your blue ticket and two number two pencils. There may be a few extra tests for walk-in candidates. If interested, contact Ms. Dawson at the high school, by Friday, December 6, 3 p. The next test date at t school will be May 3. Marine Wives -The Marine Wives are requesting the community's support in baking cookies, hard candy and breads for the unaccompanied people attached to Marine Barracks. For more information, please contact one of these wives after working hours: Barbara (3962), Mary (3814), Sharon (2498). Help make this a "Merry Christmas" for everyone here. Bartenders -Have a few spare hours? Need to earn some extra money? Put your unused hours to productive use while earning ready cash and meeting new people. How? The COM Club is currently hiring bartenders to work evenings and weekends. If you are interested in applying, stop by the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office, Building 804, to complete an application form. Marine Photos Needed -Any individuals with photographs of this year's Marine Corps Ball or the Drum and Bugle Corps performanc please call Capt. Neal Smit 2664. Volunteer of the month We, at the Red Cross, are proud to announce that Mrs. Camille Fink has been selected as our "Volunteer of the Month" for December 1985. We are sad, as she will no longer be volunteering due to other personal commitments. During her tenure, we were able to increase the number of volunteers, increase our funding, and improve our administrative procedures. She gave the organization hundreds of hours of her time. We would like to wish her continued success in all future endeavors. Thank you for your proud commitments to Red Cross and the community. DAILY GAZETTE U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, EN .rmander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Qndr. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer Jo Staceybi of.i atPuelis Affairs Officer J02 Nei1 zllebeau, USN .Managig Editor J03 Teri Thmas, US5.Assistant Editor rs .Suas Junkins.Iecretary/Asscte ertayAsciate Editor Ms. Nancy Valdes .Secretary-ir.-training ts. Ann-Elizabeth Eftipoff.pnrvoduetion Assistant SA Vicki Stricklard .Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations rorsnip and station newspapers, under the direction of the Public affairs officer. The tLly Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipment, at the Navy Pblications and Pinting Service Brmnch 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 Camsander, U.S. Naval Base. Letters: Another GTMO tradition gone? Another one of our traditions gone? Last Saturday, November :30, Christmas trees went on sale here. In past years, the Boy Scouts offered their services as "tree sitters." This consisted of members of the community making a donation to have a Boy Scout hold a place in line through the night. Inevitable, an allnight party would take place, when community members gave their Boy Scopt "sitters" sodas and snacks throughout the night. When morning came, the Knights of Columbus put on a pancake breakfast at the tree selling site (all proceeds going to the Boy Scouts) to further create a feeling of community involvement. A good time was had by all. This year, due to lack of information and short lead time, the Boy Scouts were unable to perform this "service" for the community. The loss of revenue (donations) from this traditional event will hurt our Boy Scout movement here. They are totally self sustaining when it comes to money and dependent on the generosity of various clubs and community members here on base. They receive no outside funds. Come December 25, will the 25-day-old Christmas trees be a major fire hazard? Why put them on sale so early? In prior years, December 15 was the sale date for Christmas trees. Did the Navy Exchange and Special Services forget the Boy Scouts this year? Alas, another GTMO tradition gone. CTRS Frank Pflieger Thanks for Halley support The PTO Science Committee of the W.T. Sampson Elementary School would like to extend our thanks to Capt. Condon for allowing and encouraging the Halley's Comet Watch to happen. Because of the sponsorship of COMNAVBASE to bring Dr. Bruce Hanna, Old Dominion University Planetarium director to Guantanamo Bay, many hundreds of residents were able to see Halley's Comet. We deeply appreciate all the efforts and support of the military community and the parents and faculty from the elementary school who gave many hours to the organization and operation of the event. Thank you all very much for making this family activity a huge success and one long remembered. PTO Science Committee Lee White 2 Daily Gazette Wednesday, December 4, 1985

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LAVONNE8 SEAER. ..a ....ABY REWTE S RICHARD HAND.ARINTH REV. D.HARPER RICHARD KUSIEREK. .as.OFFICER BROPHY CHUCK WHIPLINGER. ..as. OFFICER KLEIN iXi JACKIE HAND.as .MARTHA BREWSTER X xfVERONICA KEAREY.as.ELAINE HARPER DOUG GABOS.s.NOTMRBREWSTER WAYNE HENRICK ..as.HR. GIBBS DEZON FINCH.as.JONATHAN BREWSTER JACK RUMBAUGH.as.OR. EINSTEIN I RICHARD GAT4BLE.as. O.FFICER O'HARA I)~ MICHAEL -WHITEHEAD.as.LIEUTENANT ROONEY LARRY CORCRAN.as.R. WITHERSPOON '? IrIx' +J L' ,IfJ LAONESHAER. s. AB BEWTR0f %I RCHRDHAD .s.TE EV D. ARER Ar I THIS 'N THAT 'l-i Christmas gift-giving made easier at NEX STATEN ISLAND, New York -The Navy Exchange welcomes the Christmas Season by making gift-giving easier for its customers with a Christmas gift catalog. Filled with holiday savings and gift ideas for the whole family, the Christmas catalog can be picked up at your Exchange. Although this is not a mail-order catalog, customers can take the catalog home and look over the selection offered at the exchanges to find the perfect gift for that special someone. For the woman in your life, you will find gift sets of soaps and perfumes in many designer brands. Designer sportswear, winter accessories, sleepware, lingerie, and elegant jewlry and watches are also available for her. A perfect gift for any man are gift sets of his favorite cologne. He may also enjoy finding classic dress shirts, an all weather coat, or a European attache case under the tree. Children will look their very best at holiday parties in party dresses for girls and slack and vest ensembles for boys. Fashionable foul weather gear will let the kids have fun even without the sun and as a stocking stuffer, they will love bath sets featuring their favorite cartoon friends. For the Potpourri & Grab The Saler TWO WHEELERS '80 Puch moped, good condition, $165 with helmet. Call 4203 DWH or 2629 AWH. '70 Honda 175cc twin, great shape, passed inspection in July. Has lots of new parts plus spares, $325. Call Paul at 3477 AWN or 4203 OW. '79 Honda CM400T, great mechanical condition, windshield two helmets, must sell. Call LCDR Stephens at 4849 OaH or 3567 AWH. Two Puch mapeds, one for parts, $100 for both. Call 3408 AWH. '83 Tomas moped, two-speed automatic, kick start, low mileage, good condition, $400 or best offer. Helmet included. Call 4601 AT. '83 Honda Aero 80 moped, silver, electric start, good condition, helmet included, $750. Call 4601 AT. # ch moped, needs minor work, best offer over $150. Call 4236 AWH. One 400KZ, excellent shape, new paint job, new tires, new fenders, new seat, black in color, best running 400 in GTMO. For more information call BMC Richards at Port Services at 4929 or 4319 WH or come by BEQ Room E306 or call 3005/3004 AWH. '85 Suzuki moped, brand new, zero miles. Call Dave or Mary at 4704 AT. Leave message on aswering machine. '80 Yamaha 400 Special, must sell, $800 or best offer. Good condition, comes with two helmets. Call PO Bonner at 4147. GOLF CANT E-Z-Go golf cart, excellent condition with new batteries and notor. Canary yellow with new carpet and upholstery throughout. Extra roof, battery charger, spare tire/rim, six battery cables, clock .and two lockers, $900. Must sell efore December 12 or it goes to Florida. Call "The Dilree' s" at 2274 AWH. TELEVISION Toshiba 13" color TV, five months old, $210 neg. Call YNCS Lovett at 4120/4392 DWH or 3306/3305 AWH. Great buy, you must see to believe. PETS Free to a good home. Two beautiful house dogs, good with children. These dogs are half Pekingese and half Chihuahua. For more information, call HT1 Rodiquez at 4112 DWH or can be seen at 266A Villamar anytime. AIR CONDITIONERS Whilrpool 12,000 BTU, with energy saver, two years old, asking $200. Available anytime. Call 2328 AT. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 1-PK-752 Panasonic color video camera with Hitachi VT-6800A. Four head multi function recroder with VT-TU65A tuner, shoulder case for recorder and two extra batteries. Unit is all compatable. Other extra's also with system. Unit cost, $1281, asking $700 or best offer. Call 4273 OWH or 4632 AWH. RCA SFT-100 video disc player and movies, $250. Call 4273 OWH or 4632 AWH. IBM PC 256K, dual sided diskette, color graphics monitor adapter, disk operating system 2.1, printer adapter, graphics printer, printer cable, color display, lotus 1-2-3 (spread sheet) Peach Text 5000 (word processor w/dictionary and electronic theasarus), various other programs, printer paper. Purchased new one year ago for $4699. Best offer over $2500 gets it. Call 3745 AWH. Theo VHS players in good condition, one RCA and one Zenith, asking $350 each. Must see to appreciate. tail 4698 after 5 p.m. or can be seen at OV-7C. Super 8mm movie camera and projector, just in time for Christmas. Works great, $50. Call an Dbrough at 3891 AWN. Panasonic stereo system w/speakers, AM/FM receiver, turntable and tape deck, excellent condition, $250. Call 2268 AT. Equalizer, good condition, $60; Sharp cassette deck (automatic search and stop) $75. Leave message for c'aorme at 633. JEWELRY One diamond ring, white gold, 1kt, solitaire, size 5 1/2, appraise, $2800, will sell $1500; one diamond ring, platinum in antique setting, 1kt, solitaire, size 4 1/2, appraise, $3200, will sell $1500. Call SMC Bunch at 4373/3005. BABY ITEMS Child's car seat, $20; swing for snall children, $25. Call 3908 AT. LOST Grey ball glove (boys), at Field #1 Cooper Field on Firday, Novenber 22. Nae is on glove. Call Wade at 3408 AWH. FURNITURE Bunk beds, good condition, $50 or best offer; rattan bentwad rocker, $50 or best offer; stereo stand, $25, hanging sombrero macrame table from Philippines, $35. Call 4236 AWH. APPLIANCES Amana radarrange microwave oven, works great, $100. Call 3648. Washing machine, old and needs minor repair, but still works, $50. Call 3891 AWH. SERVICES I would like to babysit for your children, anytime day or night. Part or full time. I have 15 years experience. Call Julie at 2407 AT. I would like to babysit your child in my home part time or full time at any hour. Call Alberta at 3231. WANTED Babysitter on Leeward side for two children ages 2 and five months. Daytime from 6:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call AK1 Frye at 6351 or SK2 Frye at 4135. Need a babysitter for my 4 and 2 year olds, part time and weekends. I live in Villamar. Call Cynthia at 2744 AWH or 115 OWN. MISCELLANEOUS Aqua scooter (powered vehicle for riding in the water), $70 or best offer; plum white rayon shantung lamp shades two from Japan, never used, $15 each. Call 4236 AWH. If you need that social party dress for the holidays and you wear a size 9/10 please call. The dress has never been worn, it was the wrong size. I an selling it for what it cost through the catalog, $40. It is pretty. Call 3225 AWH. Everything goes! Furniture, appliances, Christmas tree and decorations, steamer trunks, lamps, shades, rugs, clothes, misc. items too numerous to mention. All piced to sell. Care by Caravela Point SA (next to brig) AWN. Three air conditioners, one 20,000 BTU two years old, $300, two 5,000 BTU s, 18 months old, $175 each; one blue carpet, 8x11 1/2, $30; available December 18. Also one men's ten-speed bicycle 24", $35; one '83 red Honda Elite with custom rear trunk, $1200. Available now. Call 2104 AWN. Twa artificial Cristnas trees, one 4 1/2-foot, $5, one 7-foot, $10. Che small roll top desk, $25. Call 2748 AT. Dark blue velvet (Broyhill) sofa and love seat, $400; brass inlaid rocker, $60; two itered mahogany accent table, $50; wooden shelving unit, $25; swivel bar stools, $25 each; five air conditioners $350 or will sell separately; Black and white 12" TV, $25; 80 pound weight bench and weights, incline, $35; assorted rugs, carpeting, bedding drapes and plants galore. Call 2128 AT. future computer genius, learning aids for spelling and arithmetic are great for the pre-computer aged child. The more advanced computer wiz will find a wide selection at the Exchange computer center. There is also a large selection of typewritters, VCR's stereos, and traveling cassette players for music on the go. Capture all of the magic moments of Christmas with top of the line cameras and accessories. Instant, 35mm, and fully programmed cameras are featured. Make holiday meals a breeze with the latest kitcehn appliances designed to save space-mixers, blenders, can openers, coffee makers and knife holders are easy to store and out of your way when you want them to be as you create holiday recipes. The Navy Exchange Christmas catalog has information on a variety of personalized services for the holidays, including party platters, ice cream cakes, gift wrapping, and delivery of gift packages. Santa will appear at the Exchange with his personal photographer to take a memorable photo with your child. Watch the Gazette for dates and times. Hurry in to your Exchange, pick up a Christmas catalog, and start your holiday gift buying. Space-A policies The following Space-A policies are governed and regulated by DOD 4515.13R, MACR76-1, CINCLANTINST 4630.1C and COMNAVBASEGTMONOTE 4650. 1. EML designated sites are NAS Norfolk, NAS Jacksonville, and USNAS Roosevelt Roads. 2. Military members/civilian employees must be in a leave status to register and utilize EML Space-A travel. 3. EML participants are restricted to two trips per year. Trips may not be accumulated from one year to another. The yearly accountable time frame for the sponsor and dependents begins the date the sponsor arrived on station. 4. EML travel is not authorized with the following: (a). In conjunction to TAD/TDY (b). Student travel to and from CONUS (c). Early return of dependents to CONUS 5. Standard Space-A roll call is two hours prior to aircraft block time departure. 6. Manifest will be closed 40 minutes prior to block time. 7. Maximum baggage allowance is 66 pounds per passenger. Excess baggage will not be accepted. 8. Dependents are not authorized to accompany military sponsors on TAD/TDY orders or serving an unaccompanied tour overseas. 9. Civilian personnel are not authorized TAD/TDY no-cost orders. 10. Military members on leave and in conjunction with TAD/TDY no-cost orders will be assigned priority F and Type Travel Space-A. 11. If further clarification is needed, please contact your friendly MAC advisor Sgt. Jones at 6204 or OSCS Van Atten and Ms. Iris Irizarry at 4901/4278. Submitting classified ads The ad must be in before 9 a.m. to get in the next day's paper, otherwise, it will run two days later. Each ad must be submitted on a separate 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper with a phone number and signature. If each ad is not submitted on a sepa-ate piece of paper, it will run under the miscellaneous heading. Yard sales a-e published in Friday's paper only. A ya-d sale ad must be in before 9 a.m. on Thursday. Be advised not to submit a classified ad along with a yard sale on the same sheet of paper. Your advertisement will run two continuous days and once per week. The ad must be resubmitted if you wish it to run the following week. Ads can be dropped off at the Public Affairs Office located in Bldg. 760 (Admin) between 7 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. There is an envelope outside the office door for ads submitted after working hours. 3 Daily Gazette Wednesday, December 4, 1985 School is open! Watch out for kids! ATTENTION MOTORISTS: The speed limit from Marine H Rousing through Nob Hill will be 20 m.p.h. between 7:15 and 8 a.m. and 1:50 and 2:30 p.m. r

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Local Pool Closed -The COMO Pool will be closed for ren:ation Monday, December 9. For more information, contact Dona Bowers, 2560. Swimming -The Holiday Swim ard Stay Fit Program will be held at the Windjamer ool and will eoopen to lap swinters only, from 5 -6 p.m., 'ondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from December 16 through January 17. For more information, contact Donna Bowers, 2560. Bowling -The Marblehead Bowling Center is offering a "Big Pot Ho Tap Tournament," to be held at the bowling center Saturday, Decamber 21, 6:30 -11 p.m. This sure would make a nice Christmas present for some lucky bowler. 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. Diving -Santa has arrived to Guantanamo's underwater world and left an Open Water Diver Course for a friend, spouse, loved one, or yourself. For more information on this special Christmas and class start dates, contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor, 4947 1lH or 3550 AWH. On Saturday, December 14, there will be a Divemaster Class, fee is $150. On Thursday, December 16, there will be an Advanced Open Water Class, fee is $65. Softball Officials -Anyona interested in umpiring softball games, please contact Dave Oliver at Recreation Services, after 4:15 p.m., 2560. By Charles Morey Will they be whistling "Anchors Aweigh" or "Brave, Old Army Team" in Philadelphia on Saturday night. It is just another game before the year-end Bowl games, but to the Cadets of Sast Pint ard the Middies of Annapolis, this is the biggest number of the year. Army is favored by one touchdown, thanks to a slightly more impressive season, but the odds often are knocked for a loop when the Middies and the Cadets go at it. Sa will have a guess on that game, and the other few contests on the schedule, but first let us get rid of last week. We had 10 right and three wrong, and finished out the regular season with a percentage of .748. Back to Army and Navy. The Cadets will probably play ballcontrol, with a lot of running, and if they can make it stick, they should win. Oklahoma will play host to what may be a dangerous Southern Methodist team. The Sooners cannot afford a loss if they wish to stay in contention for the National Championship. Thmy play Penn State in the Orange Bowl on Maw Year's night. The Sooners hit hard and often, and they should put too much pressure on the Southern Methodist defense unit for that group to handle. East Carolina will journey to Baton Bouge to take on Louisiana State, and may find it a long sports Basketball -Recreation Services and the W.T. Sampson High School will co-host this year's Christmas Basketball Tournament Thursday, December 26 through Monday, December 30. This double elimination tournament is open to the first eight teams to register with Recreation Services Athletic Department. This year's competition will be conducted on the new indoor basketball court of the high school. All basketball players and fans are encouraged to support what will prove to be one of the best tournaments conducted on the island. The entry deadline is arnday, December 23. For additional information, or team entry, contact Recreation Services Athletic Department, 2248, 2249 or 2560. Walk/Run -A new Walk/Run Club has been started, every Tuesday and Thursday, 6 -7 p.m., across fran Recreation Services at Cooper Field. This club is open to both men and women. Mileage certificates and T-shirts will be offered. For more information, contact Terri Edison, 3195 or 2450. Tennis -For you tennis lovers, the Racquet Club is sponsoring a mixed doubles tournament Saturday, December 7. Man and wmsen, choose your partners, and sign up at the Racquet Club by Thursday, December 5. For more information, call Mona Rieck, 2666. Diving -The following PADI Scuba courses are offered: December 14: Divanaster, fee is $150. For more information, contact Keith Mattson, Master Scuba Diver Trainer, 4947 1H or3350 AH. journey hare. Brigham Young should have a successful trip to Hawaii. In the other game of the weekend, Texas-El Paso will take on Wyoming in Malbourne, Australia. Now follow this: The game actually will be played on Sunday afternoon, December 7, but results will be flashed beck to the United States in the early hours of the morning, time zone difference, of course. Lou Holtz has Knute Rockne's gift of gab and sense of harr, aid Frank Leahy' s intensity, but can he parlay the two assits into winning seasons at Notre Dane? Holtz, the unquestioned king of the one-liners among college coaches, has just taken over fran Gerry Faust in South Berr. When he looked back at the records hung out by the brill iant Rockne and the meticulous Leahy, Lou gulped. He said he thought he was looking at misprints. Rockne lost only 12 gates of 122 at Notre Dame. Leahy was beaten 11 times in 107 contests. Ara Parseghian also did well, with a record of 95-and-17 with four ties in his years coaching the Irish. Holtz has been a winner for most of this coaching career. HA was outstanding at Arkansas, ard was just beginning to turn things around at Minnesota wen the call came from the Golden dane. Lou did have a couple of so-so years as coach of the New York SPORTS WORLD Celtics trip Bucks 112-109, Boston's eighth win (AP) -One streak continued and one went by the boards last night, as the Boston Celtics tripped the Milwaukee Bucks 112-109. It sas Boston's eighth straight win, while the loss snapped a streak of 24 straight hare wins for the Bucks. Kevin MoHale scored 29 points for Boston. The Bucks got 28 points from Paul Pressey, 25 from Terry Cumnings aid 22 fran Sidney Moncrief. Meanwhile, the Houston Rockets recorded their eleventh straight home win, a 118-112 trianph over the Phoenix Suns. Lewis Lloyd had 25 points for the Rockets, while Ralph Sampson added 21. Larry Nance scored 35 for the Suns, who have lost 10 straight road games. The Indiana Pacers snapped a 23-game road losing streak, by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 98-84. The win also snapped an overall eight-game losing streak for the Pacers. The Philadelphia 76ers ran their winning streak to four straight, with a 127-107 blowout of the Detroit Pistons. Moses Malone scored 29 points for the Sixers. Jeff Malone scored 28 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, as the Washington Bullets topped the Portland Trail Blazers 118-115. Jeff Ruland added 26 points for the Bullets, offsetting a 30-point performance by Portland Kiki Vandeweghe. Afterwards, the Blazers learned they had lost more than a game. Vandeweghe suffered a stress fracture in his right leg, apparently when he was accidentally kicked in the first quarter. Vandeweghe played on thinking it was only a bruise, but a post-game exam revealed the stress fracture. Vandeweghe will be out for an indefinite period. Elsewhere, the Dallas Mavericks held on for a 107-100 win over the Golden State Warriors. The New York Knicks shot a blistering 67.6 percent in the first half, en route to a 11-94 win over the Denver Nuggets. Eight Seattle players scored in double figures, as the Supersonics shot by the San Antonic Spurs 123-103. The Sacramento Kings beat tie Chicago Bulls 131-118. Join Rec Services for holiday fun Holiday With Us is a Mavy-wide Recreation Services Program designed to provide a way and means for the community to "Holiday with Us." The activities aid events are geared for the unaccompanied military and are particularly important in overseas stations. For Thanksgiving we had a total of 400 participants in Bowling, Marina, Golf, Corral and Then Program. The winners of the Turkey Putt, a nine-hole no-handicap tournament were: First -Kurt Busjahn, from the USS Bainbridge, with a 42; ard Second -Kevin Reece, from Recreation Services, with a 44. The winners of the Then Turkey Bowl were: High Score Girls Betsy Cummings, High Series Girls -Nicole Wieland, High Score Boys -Adam Haberman, and High Series Boys -Paul Nault. Coming up for Christmas and New Years will be a Jingle Run, Billiards Tournament, Golf specials, Bowling specials, Marina events, ard much more! Case out and Holiday With Us. McEnroe eliminated from tourney (UPI) -John McEnroe wilted under the power of Slobodan Zivojinovic of Yogoslavia and was eliminated from the Australian Open Tnnis Championship. Zivojinovic captured the last three sets with incredible authority to win today's match, 2-The capacity crowd booed MoEhroe as he grabbed his racket bag and stormed off the center Sports b court, not waiting for hi unseeded opponent. The stunning upset concludes the 1985 season for MEnroe, who failed to win a grand slam event for the first time since 191n an earlier match, top seed Ivan Lendl of Czechslovakia past South African Christo Steyn, 6-3, 6-2, 6-7, 6-2, to gain a quarter final berth. riefs Gold Glove Winners (UPI) -Six players were named "Gold Glove" winners for the first time in their careers. The newly honored fielders in the American League are Kansas City third baseman George Brett, Yankee first baseman Don Nattingly, Oakland shortstop Alfredo Griffin, and California outfielder Gary Pettis. Third baseman Tim Wallach of Montreal and pitcher Rick Reuschel of Pittsburgh are first-time winners in the National League. The teams were chosen by the coaches and managers of both leagues. Padres (UPI) -The future of Dick Williams with the San Diego Padres remains an open question following reports that he will retire from baseball rather than manage the team next season. A report, in the San Deigo Union, says the Padres skipper will accept a $250,000 buyout of.his contract. The paper says the manager's wife has been urging Williams to hang up his spikes. Hoosies up-end Notre Dame* (UPI) -In college basketball last night, the twentieth-ranked Indiana Hoosiers up-endedatre Dame 82-67, handing the thirteenth-ranked Irish their first defeat of the young season. Junior guard Steve Alford was top man for the 2-0 Hoosiers with 32 points. The Irish, on the other hand, drop to 2-1. In other games involving manbers of the UPI's oIbp 20, it was number-six Kansas over Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 89-71, number-seven Georgetown taming George Mason 75-63, number-eight Kentucky trampling Cincinnati 84-54, number-14 St. John's clubbing Wagner 88-55, number-16 Manphis State rolling over Kent State 83-69, nunber-18 Auburn popping West Virginia 84-59, and number-19 Iowa stopping Drake 55-43. North Stars embarrass Black Hawks (UPI) -Tony Mokegney scored his first hat trick of the season last night as the Minnesota North Stars anharrassed the the Chicago Black Hawks, 9-2. Scott Bjugstad added to the carnage with a pair of goals, helping the Stars move to within two points of second-place Chicago in the Norris Division of the NHL. In the other three games played last night, Detroit upset Philadelphia 4-1, Edmonton pounded Los Angeles 8-4, and Winnipeg and the New York Islanders skated to a 4-4 tie in overtime. Center Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins leads in the fan balloting for the Sales Conference All-Star team. Ironically, the leader among goaltenders is Mlle Lindbergh, the former Philadelphia player, who was killed in an auto crash last month. The Pittsburgh Penguins must do without team captain Mike Bullard for the next seven to 10 days. The veteran NHL center cracked a rib in Monday's 6-0 win over the aw York Rangers. Jets of the National Football League, but he did not seen to fit in with professional game and the veteran players. His rah-rah approach and iron discipline did not go over with the tough pros he was trying to govern. One man who knows Lou well, athletic director Frank Broyles of Arkansas, has really put Holtz on the spot. Broyles said, "If the job is done properly, he should win virtually every game." Lou winced at that, and hastened to modify it. He said, "I'm not a miracle-worker and I'm not a genius." Success or failure for Holtz probably will depend on how the Notre Dame players take to his coaching methods. There is never a lack of talent at South Band. The trick is to blend it into a hard-striking force. Broyles, who was looking over Lou's shoulder for seven years at Arkansas, says Holtz makes it very difficult on his players in practice. Lou has the same theory as the old Cerman staff: Train hard, fight easy. Broyles added that Holtz thrives on pressure. He doubts that will be a factor. About the players: The history of football, both college and pro, is sprinkled liberally with stories of touch coaches who worked their players extra hard. The usual conclusion is simply this: If you have a winning team, the players usually will take it. A losing team, and there is a chance of mutiny in the ranks. 4 Daily Gazette Wednesday, December 4, 1985 The Sportsman


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