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BAILY GAZETTE m .J Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 41 -Bo. 231 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Thursday, December 5, 1985 Controversy develops over Soviet sailor UPI) -The man who first saw sailor who jumped a Soviet freighter near New Orleans in Otober insists the Soviets sent another man in his place for later interviews with authorities. Joe Wyman offered his evidence yesterday at a news conference in Chicago. He says he spent an hour with Ukrainian sailor Miroslav Medvid. According to Wyman, Medvid had dressed for the swim and put his identification papers in a jar, evidence that reputes Soviet claims that the man fell off the ship and was not trying to defect. The incident provoked controversy after Medvid twice jumped into the Mississippi River while the Soviet grain vessel was docked. When U.S. officials requested a meeting, Wyman says the man sent by the Soviets was shorter than Medvid, with darker features and black instead of sandy colored hair. Immigration and Naturalization officials yesterday interviewed a man who left a Plish ship in Cleveland seeking asylum. U.S. Senator Howard Metzenbaum accanpanied Leaszek Kapsa, 27, to the INS interview to ensure that no problems developed. Security advisor quits, succeeded by deputy (UPI) -Robert MFarlane left his job yesterday as national security advisor. McFarlarm is the last surviving ber of President Reagan's first-term inner circle. He has been succeeded by his deputy, Vice Adm. John Poindexter McFarlane has long been reported to be feuding with White House Chief of Staff Dnald agan. The Correction apologies to Mrs. AudlyMarshall Stamureich and her daughter Peri Stammreich. In my article on Halley's Comet on Tuesday, December 3, I inadvertently said that Mrs. Stammrelch was the daughter of Peri Stammreich. Mrs. Staumreich is the mother of Peri Stammreich"A ain, my apologies. JOl Stacey Byington president angrily rejects that, saying reporters have been misinfouned. It is reported McFarlane may join the consulting firm of a former national security adviser, Henry Kissinger. James Beggs, who voluntarily left his job as chief administrator of NASA to fight federal charges stemming from his previous position at c neral Dynamics, issued a statement defending himself. He says, "There is nothing I did then that I would not do again." William Graham, who had been with NASA only eight working days, will become acting administrator at the agency. Captain's Hotline -4800 Inquiry: A caller complained that he had made a long distance call to the States, and apparently dialed the wrong number. He said it was his understanding that he was being charged for the wrong number. Water -After our water toasts with water the supply wes severed from completion of plant on Cuba, a water and Nov. 30, 1964. With him electrical plant in M.R. Adams (left) and C a l i f o r n i a w a s Harold Beb. (right) of dismantled and shipped Burns a n d Roe here. Above, Rear. Ada. Construction Company. John Bulkeley, (Photo by JOC D. Koze) COMNAVBASE (ret.), Response: Dialing is computer controlled, so whether you or the equipment misdialed, the charge will appear on your bill. The billing is also computer controlled. When you get your bill and you have been charged for a wrong number, take the bill to the ITT Overseas Office. They will verify that a wrong number was dialed (you did not talk to the person at the wrong number for over 30 seconds) and give you a credit. If you have any questions about the charges on your telephone bill, please call the ITT Overseas Office at 2318 or 4805, and the people there will be glad to assist you. Inquiry: A caller questioned why the Navy Exchange will cash military pay checks on military paydays, but will not cash civilian pay checks on civilian paydays. Response: The Navy Exchange will cash civilian pay checks on civilian paydays if funds are available. This service is available only on the payday. If the civilian payday and the military payday fall on the same day, the Navy Exchange will draw special funds in order to cash pay checks. People are advised that Central Fidelity Bank is the main base check-cashing facility. The Navy Exchange provides check-cashing as a service to its patrons only. Christmas countdown 20 Days News of the Bay More Travel Space Available -The scheduled MAC flight for Dec. 20 now has more seats available, and tickets are for sale. Passengers on the waiting list still desiring travel should go right away to the Personnel Support Detachnent (PSD) to purchase tickets. In addition to the scheduled flight on Jan. 3, 1986, a 727 will be operating Jan. 4. Seats will be going fast, so it is recommended that tickets be purchased as soon as possible. PSD is open 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. daily. Graduate Registration Announced -Golden Gate University will begin registration in the Navy Campus Office Dec. 16 for students desiring to pursue a Masters degree in Human Resources Management. This new program, just announced, will consist of classes meeting one evening a week from 5 to 9 p.m. for 12 weeks. Approximately 10 courses are required for the degree. Linda Plakinger has been named as the school coordinator. She can be reached at 4307. Deep Sea Fishing On the Horizon -The Navy Manpower and Personnel Command has authorized the transfer of a 60-foot fishing boat from Naval Station Mayport to Naval Station Guantanamo Bay. The boat will undergo some repair work and be brought here in January or February. Recreation Services will operate the boat for the enjoyment of Guantanamo Bay residents and visitors. Daily Paper Hits Snag -The Navy Exchange is working on getting the highest priority assignment for our daily papers -the 999 priority. Without the "999 priority" the papers could sit at the Norfolk MAC terminal for a day or more. "That would defeat the whole purpose of the daily paper initiative," said Lt. Qudr. Rick Fischer, project coordinator. "The papers must be timely or we shouldn't even bother," he added. A letter to the Norfolk Supply Center is due on Capt. Condon's desk any day now. Club I.D. Card To Be Required -Patrons of clubs will be required to show a military identification, civilian employee identification or, as will be the case for contract employees, a GIMO Club Card. This requirement will become effective Jan. 1, 1986. The request chits for the contractors to obtain club cards are available from your contractor's office. "Nobody, military or civilian, is allowed privileges to more than one club," said John Keefover, club coordinator. Around the globe. Bloody Year For Civil Aviation (UPI) -The publication "Jane's All the Worlds Aircraft" says 1985 was the bloodiest year for civil aviation in history. An estimated 1,700 people were killed in air-related accidents through August alone. U.S. Remains Arrive In Hawaii (UPI) -Remains identified as those of seven U.S. servicemen listed as missing in action during the Vietnam War arrived in Honolulu yesterday. U.S. officials will try to identify the remains and bone fragments recovered from the site where a B-52 bomber crashed in 1972 during the war. Eat Cheese Or Die (UPI) -At least one Wisconsin resident believes the state's license plates should carry the slogan "eat cheese or die." A Milwaukee newspaper columnist added the slogan to more than 20,000 ballots sent to the governor in a campaign to select the new state license plate design. The state plans to replace Wisconsin's yellow plates that proclaim the state "America's Dairyland." Children Born Dead Have Rights (UPI) -The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the estates of children born dead have the right to sue doctors for injuries suffered while in the womb. The high court cited advances in medicine and similar changes by 28 other states in ruling the estate of a stillborn child can get damages under Pennsylvania law. City Tax On Temple Visitors (UPI) -Buddhist priests shut down 12 popular temples in the ancient Japanese capitol of Kyoto to protest a new city tax on temple visitors. Officials called on the Buddhist leaders to re-open the temples, a major tourist attraction. Area businessmen complain they may face financial ruin if the temples remain closed. WWW.

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For your information. Red Cross Volunteers -There will be a mandatory meeting for all Red Cross volunteers on Monday, December 9 at 9 a.m. in the Red Cross training room. Elections will be held at this meeting. If you arrive early, you will qualify for a door prize. For those attending the meeting, child care at the CDC will be paid for by the Red Cross. For more information, please call Merry at 3169 AT or Camille at 3281 AWH. AA Meeting -The Alcoholics Annonymous meetings previously held at the Bargo Hut have been relocated to the "Hook Coffee Shop." The meetings begin at 8 p.m. Car for Parade -If you have a unique convertible car or vehicle that you would be willing to use to carry the four grand marshals in the Christmas Parade, please contact J02 Neil Guillebeau at 4819 or 4502 DWH or 2456 AWH. Hail and Farewell -All COM-eliqible residents will join as a community in one big hail and farewell Saturday, Dec. 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the Windward Officers Club. All commands, activities and services are invited. Tickets are on sale within commands or at the Deer Point Club. it is a 50s party with a prize for the most authentic outfit. See you there! Beach Closure -Because of military training, Cable Beach will be closed until Dec. 20. Adult Christmas Party -Everyone who lives or works on Leeward is invited to an adult Christmas party at the Clipper Club Friday, Dec. 20 from 5 to 9 p.m. There will be live music, food and door prizes. Dinner will cost $1.50. 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. Radio and TV -TV8, FM102, and AM1340 will temporarily leave the air while participating in DEFEX exercises Friday, December 6 at 5 p.m. Regular programming will resume at approximately 11 p.m. Cuban Committee -The Cuban Committee invites the Cuban community to a general meeting which will be of interest to everyone. Our meeting with Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, will be discussed. The meeting will be held at the Cuban Club Thursday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. Comite' Cubano -El Comite' Cubano invite a la communidad cubana a una reunion general de interes pare todos. Informara' sobre la reunion con el Captain' de la Base. Lugar de reunion, el Club Cubana, fecha, jueves 5 de Diciembre del 1985 a las 7 p.m. COM Club Menu Changes -First, for Friday, December 13, the club will feature a Western Cookout on the Patio. Secondly, for Saturday, December 14, the dinner menu will feature fried scallops, choice of potatoes and a trip to the soup and salad bar ($8.95). The last menu change is for the Friday, Dec. 20 luncheon menu: Steamship Round, mashed potatoes, vegetable. Skill Classes -Free Navy Campus Functional Skills Classes in basic math, English (emphasizing grammar) and reading (emphasizing spelling and vocabulary building) will be starting soon. If you need a good review before re-taking the ASVAB or you just need a refresher before beginning college classes, please call 4307, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Pre-testing is required. Gospel Choir -Any member of the community willing to participate in the Gospel Choir and theatrical production for Black History Month, please contact Sophia Walker at 4695 DWH or 3480 AWH. SERVNART Paint Annex -Effective Monday, Dec. 9, the SERVMART Annex in building 187 will be open from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. ---------------DAILY GAZETTE-------------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, USNW.Crmander, U.S. Bevel Bass Lt. rdr. Rick Fischer, USNW.Public Affairs Officer J01 StaceyByington .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 lail aillebeau, USN.Manaqing Bditor J03 Teri Thanas, USN. .Assistant ESitor Mrs. Susan Junkins.Secretary/Associate Editor Mrs. Beacy Vle .Scretary Mrs. Annlizabeth Efirroff.Production Assistant SA Vicki Strickland.Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at goverrrent expense on goverment equipment, at the avy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that apoear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Camander, U.S. Naval Base. COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD Giving -These Girt Scouts-recently local Girl Scout Concil supplied the put together boxes of food to give to turkey. The Girl Scouts wish to say needy families of Guantanamo Bay. special thanks to Frances Condon fo They donated canned food, vegetables, her donation. rolls, sugar, salt, and pepper. The Flight information Identify baggage, know restrictions All passengers departing here on permanent change of station orders should include a copy of their orders in each piece of luggage, and there are certain baggage regulations to abide by, too. MACR 76-1, pare 15-6 states all checked baggage must have current identification tags on the outside of each piece of luggage. Personal tags may be used or DD Form 1839 baggage identification stickers are available at the terminal or BPTO. Baggage will not be accepted without positive identification attached. DOD Directive 4515.13R and CNB Inst. 9000.2 state guidelines for baggage, and weight limitations for travel to Jamaica: 1. Normal Travel Ticketed -Two pieces not to exceed 88 pounds. No piece to exceed 50 pounds. 2. Contract Renewal -Same as above, except two additional pieces of baggage, not to exceed 100 pounds are allowed. Additional pieces will be at the owners expense. 3. Normal ticketed passengers are allowed to check excess baggage, at their expense, on a space available status. 4. Cost for any piece of additional luggage is based on these rates: two pieces (O-50 pounds) $20; two pieces (51-75 pounds) $40. 5. Items that will not be accepted as baggage are itmes considered household goods. Examples: TV sets, TV antennas, stereo equipment, bikes and coolers. If you have any doubts about what is allowed or if you have any questions, please call OSCS(SW) W. Van Atten at 4901 or ABHC(AW) Sherwood at 6204. e Cookie Contest The Cookie Contest will be held at the Old High School (Community Center) Friday, December 13 at 5:30 p.m. Categories: BEST DROP COOKIES BEST BAR COOKIES BEST REFRIGERATED COOKIES BEST DECORATED COOKIES To enter, bake four dozen cookies (plus three extra cookies for judging). Entry forms may be dropped in the Cookie Contest Box in the Commissary. Name: Address: Home Phone: Category: Prizes are $10 cash and your name in the paper as the best cookie maker in Guantanamo Bay. Commissary hours survey The Commissary is conducting a survey to assist them with evaluating your preference for store operating hours. Please indicate your preferences and return the survey to the Commissary Office (across from Commissary). Results of the survey will be printed in the Daily Gazette. 1. If additional budget is approved to operate the store six days a week, which day would most likely fit your schedule? A. Monday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. B. Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2. If additional budget request is disapproved, an increased operating hours schedule from 36 to 40 hours is another alternative. Which schedule would you most likely prefer? A.( ) Mon. Closed B. ( ) Mon. Closed Tue. Tue. lOa.m.-7p.m. 10 a.m.-7p.m. Wed. Wed. lla.m.-6p.m. lla.m.-6p.m. Thu. Thu. lla.m.-7p.m. loa.m.-7p.m. Fri. Fri. 10a.m.-7p.m. lla.m.-7p.m. Sat. Sat. 9a.m.-4p.m. 9.m.-4p.m. Sun. Closed Sun. Closed C. ( ) D. ( ) Mon. Closed Mon. Closed Tue. Tue. 10a.m.-7p.m. lOa.m.-7p.m. Wed. Wed. 10a.m.-6p.m. lla.m.-6p.m. Thu. Thu. lla.m.-7p.m. 10a.m.-7p.m. Fri. Fri. lo.m.-7p.m. 10a.m.-7p.m. Sat. Sat. 10a.m.-4p.m. 10a.m.-4p.m. Sun. Closed Frad, Baste and Abuse Hot Line Call 480g Sun. Closed Captain's Hot Line Call 489 2 Daily Gazette Thursday, December 5, 1985

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job market NEX jobs The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-34, NcCalla Hill, or phone 4348/4508. POSITION AND GRADE #1-85 Sales Clerk P/T PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 or 03S-2 $2.75 leading to LGS-3/$3.42 #101-85 Identification Checker F/T PS-1/$3.66 or UE-2/$2.75 #131-85 Food Service Worker F/T NA-1/$3.57 or 'G-1/$2.30 '146-85 ending Operation Clerk (Typing) P/T AS-3/$4.37 or 115-2/$2.75 #156-85 Carpenter F/T Not to exceed 90 days NA-9/$6.26 or LG-9/$4.83 #152-85 General Clerk P/T AS-3/ .37 or LGS-3/$3.42 #151-85 Personalized Services Clerk F/T PS-3/$4.27 or 10S-3/$3.42 #15445 Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or LIS-4/$4.08 #158-85 Cashier-Checker P/T PS-2/$3.99 or IS-2/$2.75 #19-85 Cashier-Checker F/T PS-2/$3.99 or 11-2/$2.75 CLOSING LOCATION OPEN Retail Store Mini Mart OPEN Mini Mart OPEN Stoplight Inn OPEN Vending OPEN Maintenance OPEN Personalized Services OPEN Personalized Services OPEN Retail Store OPEN School Cafeteria OPEN Navy Exchange Gas Station 254-85 255-85 256-85 257-85 258-85 29-85 260-85 221-85-A NAF-89-85 Trouble Desk Clerk (Typing), GS/IOS-303-04 Asphalt Worker Leader, BL-3653-0( Laborer, LWG-3502-03 Temp. Not to exceed 1 yr. Mobile Bluipnent Servicer, WG/LWG-5806-05 Multiple vacancies, Temp. Not to exceed 1 yr. Electrician Helper, LWG-2805-05 Utilities Systems Repairer Operator, LWG-4742-08, Temp. Not to exceed 1 yr. Shop Material Controller (General) WG/LEG-4701-(3, Temp. Not to exceed one year Education Technician (Typing) CS-1702-04 leading to GS-170205 or GS-05 Adninsitrative Services Clerk, (Typing), AS-301-04 FWD FWD WAD PWD FWD PWD Leeward Pt. FWD Navy Campus Field Office Come Club Potpourri & Grab The Saler AUTOS 3 AMC Jaylin, good GTMO transportation, $700 or best offer. Available December 20. Call 6351 WH or 2808 AWH. TWO WHEELERS '80 Puch moped, in good running condition, $180 or best offer. Call R) Shepard at 4503 M. '80 Yamaha 400 Special, runs excellent, looks good and has many new items, must sell, $800 firm. Call 2258 AT. '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 AWH or 4203 AH. '79 Honda CM400T, great mechanical condition, windshield two helmets, must sell. Call LCDI Stephens at DAH or 3567 AWH. 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. Puch 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 DAH 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 answering machine. '80 Yamaha 400 Special, must sell, $800 or best offer. Good condition comes with two helmets. Call P6 Banner at 4147. 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 HT1 Rodiquez at 4112 DWH or can be seen at 266A Villamar anytime. Free to a good home. Male eight month old "GIMO Special" puppy, tan w/black markings, very affectionate, good watch dog. Call 2345 DWH or 3533 AWH. Free to a good home. Angora cat. Mst find a hone for it or will have to go to pound. Call 2808 AT. F'ee. If you have a large fenced in yard with shade, we still have a purebred male Irish Setter who needs a good hone. Call 4268 AT or see him at Corinaso Point 63. BICYCLES Boy's 20" motorcross style bicycle, good condition, $35; girl's 20" bicycle, good condition, $30. Call 4542 AT. AIR CONDITIONERS One 10,000 BTU, needs servicing, otherwise good condition, $75; 14,000 BTU, new six months old, $300. Call 2808 AT. Two 18,000 BTU's, one Kenmore 7,500 BTU. All work good, all three for $100. Available December 20. Call 4268 AT. Whilrpool 12,000 BTU, with energy saver, two years old, asking $200. Available anytime. Call 2328 AT. THIS 'N THAT Christmas decorations to be judged Judging will be held December 16 for housing areas. The judging wil be held December 17 through 19 for the barracks. Houses will be allowed a maximum of 60 bulbs unless multi-family units are combined. Barracks may use a total of 60 bulbs at main entrance ways only. The barracks will be judged on door and main entrance displays. No work spaces will be judged, unless done so by departments themselfs. Awards will be presented as follows: Housing zones 1 and 2 will be awarded: A. Best single unit (1 each). B. Best multi-unit (2 each). C. Best overall single unit (1 each). D. Best overall multi-unit (1 each). Barracks zone 3 will be awarded: A. Best door for BEQ, BOQ, Hospital, Marine Sit, Jamaican and Cuban (1 each). B. Best overall (1 only). Leeward Point zone 4 will be awarded: A. Best single unit (1 each). B. Best multi-unit (2 each) C. Best overall (1 each). D. Best door for BEQ, BOQ, Marine and Jamaican Barracks (1 each). E. Best overall door (1 only). Area zones: Zone 1: Granadillo Point, Granadillo Circle, Nob Hill, Bargo, Villamar, Caravella Point, Marina Point, Marine Site and Mobile Point. Zone 2: Deer Point, Evans Point, Iguana Terrace, Kittery Beach, Tierra Kay, Radio Range Road, Chapel Hill, Paola Point, Radio Point, Oil Point, Corinaso Point and Ocean View and Lighthouse. Zone 3: Windward barracks: BOQ, BEQ, Jamaican and Cuban Village. MISCELLANEOUS Brown 9x12 carpet, real good shape, $40. Call 2808 AT. Homade 35 gallon BBQ gill, smoker, good shape, $25. Call 2808 AT. Kid's teeter totter, yellow plastic seats, metal painted frame, no rust, $10. Call 4268 AT. 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 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, steaner trunks, lamps, shades, rugs, clothes, misc. items too numerous to mention. All piced to sell. Cone by Caravela Point 5A (next to brig) AWH. Three air conditioners, one 20,000 BTU two years old, $300, two 5,000 0FU s, 18 months old, $175 cach; 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 row. Call 2104 AWH. WANTED Base coordinator position for Golden Gate diversity. Qualification: MA degree plus experience in counseling students. CAll 4769 DH. BABY ITEMS Child's car seat, $20; swing for mall children, $25. Call 3908 AT. Zone 4: Leeward Point, barracks: BOQ, BEQ and Housing, Leeward Point Jamaican. Sailors invited to participate Washington (NES) -"Holiday with US" is the special invitation Navy clubs and recreation departments will issue to single and married sailors, their families and retirees this holiday season. A Navywide campaign, Holiday with US kicked off Thanksgiving and will last until New Year's Day. It includes special activites and programs for sailors away from home and community activities for families. The Holiday with US program is designed to meet many needs. Sailors are often away from their families during the holidays. For those far from home, Holiday with US can help relieve loneliness and depression. It also can foster a greater sense of community spirit for families and individuals who participate in the programs. One program especially for single sailors is dial-a-sailor. Families from the community invite sailors into their homes for the holidays, offering the sailors a chance to enjoy the holidays in a family atmosphere. Navy installments and communities will work together to match interested sailors and families. Sailors also will have the opportunity to send personalized holiday greeting cards to loved ones back home. The Holiday with US Christmas card features a humorous multiple choice greeting and a photo of the sailor. Navy clubs participating in Holiday with US will offer special activities and menus appropriate to the season. Guessing games such as "Guess the number of corn kernels in the jar" or "How much does a pumpkin weight" may be how participating Navy clubs give patrons a chance to win a turkey. Or you may find holiday drawings scattered throughout the club before they are judged in a holiday coloring contest. Holiday with US offers many other programs geared toward families. You may find "Santa's Talking Mailbox" staffed by elves at some installations. Door decorating contests and holiday craft classes and shows. And there may be outdoor events such as turkey trotters, jingle bell runs or a traditional German Volksmarch, a candlelit "people walk." Check with your club or recreational services office to find out which Holiday with US programs your installation will have or what you can do to help. NBCPO open register The following positions are open permanent register: POSITION AND GRADE LOCATION *Clerk Typist, GS-LGS-322-03 (Permanent/Temporary/FT/FT) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LOS203-03; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/1lS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LS-203-O5 Sales Stor eCecker, GS/LGS-2091-02 leading to GS/LGS-03 or GS/l0E-20103 (INT) Poduction Control Clek, GS/10S303-04 Telephone Operator, GS/LOS-382-02/03 (TEMP NTE 1 YR) *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-05 (Permanent and Tempora'y) *Secretary (Typing), GS/lS-318-04 (Permanent and Tenpoay) *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04 (Pemanent/Temporary/Full Time/Pa't Time) Supply Clerk, GS/LCS-2005-O5 (Permanent and Tenporary) Supply Clek, GS/LS-2005-04 (Pe'manent and Temporary) *Accounting Technician, GS/LGS-525-05 (Permanent ard Tenporary) *Accounting Technician, GS/LCS-2504 (Permanent and Tenporary) Educational Aid, GS/IOS-1702-03 (Pat Time) (Temporary night the end of the school year but incumbent may be non-conpetitively extended) hata Tanscriber, Keypunch/c-t. entry GS/LOS-356-02 leading to GS/LOS-356-03, (Permanent and Tenporary) *Personnel Clerk, (Typing), GS-203-03/ **Staffing Clerk, (Typin), (E-203-04 with target position, staffingng Clerk, (Typing), GS-203-05 (Upward ability) Cashier-hecke, PS-201-02 or Sales Store Checker, 10S-2091-02 (INF, FT, Fr) Recreation Aid, PS/10S-018)-03 (1Ff, FT, FT) Motor Vehicle Cper'bt, NA/LWG5703-05 (FT) Child Ca'e Attendant, PS-0183-02 or Rec-eation Aid, U11-018-02 (INEFTFT) Custalial Whrke, NA/IWG-356-01 and NA/LG-3566-02 (INT,FrFr) Fxrd Service Wrke', NA/LAG-7408-02 (IFT,FTf) Waite'/Wait-ess, NA/I2G-7420-03 (IfT,FTf) ba-tender A/IWG-7405-03 (IR,FT,F) Cook, NA/LWG-7404-)5 (IKT,FrPT) Child Ca e Attrdant/Rec eation Aid, PS/10S-018)-Oj (IWf,FrFf) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities), FS/L0S-0183-03 (INT,Fr) Cluh Opeations Asistant, PS-1101O4 or hean-ation Assistant, I0S-018304 (INT,FT,F) 01-85 02-85 ANN. NO. All Camands NECO 03-85 Comissary 61-85 FWD 62-85 RBD 6;-85 All Gmnands 68-85 All Ccnands 69-85 All Gonmands 74-85 All Commands 75-85 All Gamands 76-85 All Omands 71-85 All Cormands 78-85 Elanenta-y + High Schools 79-85 pply 180-85 NCPO NAF-1-85 NAF-2-85 NAF-3-85 NAF-5-85 NAF-6-85 NAF-7-85 NAF-&-85 NAF-9-85 NAF-10-85 N-11-85 NAF-12-85 NAF-13-85 Clubs Rec-eation Services Recreation Services Rec-eation Sevices All Gxsnoads Clubs Clubs Clubs Clubs Ree -ation services Rea-eation S-vices Clubs 'Applicants submit two IY-1713 for this -egisteto receive concurrent conideation. 3 Daily Gazette Thursday, December 5, 1985 MCX job The Marine Corps Exchange has the following position available. Applications will be accepted until 11:30 a.m. December 6. a. Accounting Technician/ADR, AS-0525-5, full time position, one equired. For further information and a copy of the position description, please contact the Marine Corps Exchange secretary (Bldg. M-613) or phone 2330/2570. NBCPO jobs U.S. NON-U.S. CITIZEN JOB VACANCIES AT NBCPO: Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business December 12. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards. ANN. NO. POSITION AND GRADE LOCATION

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Top 20 PAnn State Miani of Florida Iowa Oklahana Michigan Florida Nebraska Tennessee Brigham Young Air Force Texas A+M Louisiana St. Arkansas UCLA Alabama Auburn Chio State Florida State Cklahma State Bowling Green college football (47) 11-0-0 1,164 3) 10-1-0 1,063 3) 10-1-0 1,050 5) 9-1-0 1,048 1) 9-1-1 935 9-1-1 903 9-2-0 779 8-1-2 746 10-2-0 657 11-1-0 617 9-2-0 562 8-1-1 531 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 1 4 2 3 5 6 8 10 9 11 15 13 416 14 410 363 318 255 140 97 73 16 7 19 12 17 Dieter Brock to start against 49ers (AP) -In the NFL, defensive lineman Kenneth Sims has been placed on the injured reserve list by the New England Patriots. Sims has a broken left leg. The Seattle Seahawks have signed free agent wide receiver Ray Butler, while placing Byron Franklin on injured reserve. Elsewhere, the Kansas City Chiefs have placed rookie running back Jeff Smith on the injured reserve list with a sprained ankle. St. Louis Cardinals' running back Ottis Anderson will be forced to sit out Sunday's gaze against the New Orleans Saints. Anderson has already missed three straight games with calf injury. The Los Angeles Rams have suspended wide receiver Bobby Duckworth for Monday night's game against San Francisco 49ers. Duckworth missed last Sunday's game at New Orleans after failing to show up for the team flight. Meanwhile, Rams head coach John Robinson' s announced Dieter Brock will start at quarterback against the 49ers. By the way, the Miami-Chicago game three nights ago attracted the largest television audience in Monday night football history. An estimated 70 million fans watched the Dolphins upset the Bears 38-24. (AP) -The Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics continue to rip through NBA competition as the league nears completion of a fourth of its 1985-86 schedule. The Lakers had a prayer answered in Salt Lake City last night, as Maurice Lucas threw in a 60-foot three-point shot at the buzzer, sending their gaze with the Utah Jazz to overtime. Given a reprieve, the Lakers dumped the Jazz 131-127, improving their record to 16-and-2. "Magic" Johnson led the Lakers with 29 points, while Lucas scored 21 and Kareen Abdul-Jabbar added 20. Thousands of miles to the east, the Celtics improved to 17-arnd-2 with a 130-111 blowout of the New Jersey Nets. Danny Ainge scored a season-high 26 points for Boston, while Dennis Johnson added 23. Both the Celtics and Lakers enjoy six game leads in the Atlantic and Pacific Divisions respectively. At the Spectrum in Philadelphia, the 76rs unarmed the Washington Bullets 115-110 in overtime. Charles Barkley scored five points late in the extra period, while Paul Thcmpson led the Sixers with 24 points and Moses Malone added 20. Jeff Ruland's 28 points led Marblehead works to resolve problems By Chuck McGinty Since reopening with our new technology at Marblehead, we have had problems with our new computer scoring units and initially with our upgraded machines= pese problems were anticipat ,>,nd we were forewarned b "-,. manufacturer and contractt, there would be a period of adjustmnt; (1) for our personnel, (2) the bowling community, and (3) the equipment itself. In other words, we had to go through a "shake down cruise." So over the last couple of months many of you have put up with the glitches, misreadings, time delays and downright failures of our lanes and machines. I congratulate you al for your patience and thank you for your support and understanding during this trying tine. Now for the good news. Our shake down cruise has ended and we are at this very moment working with AMF again to have our problems resolved. As many of you have recently noted, problems with the machines have just about disappeared. This was the result of our crew at Marblehead staying with the machines every day making those adjustments need and not getting discouraged with all the little problems that were constantly popping up. WBhave had problems with the computers and overhead monitors that a admittedly did not have the expertise to solve. This was not totally our fault, AMF offers no school for this new technology, but only on-the-job training while the equipment was being installed. During the installation we were given training, but the emphasis was not as much on training as it was to get the installation capleted. Another factor that hindered the repairs of the breakdown in the computers and monitors is the fact that the system is still so new that AMF has yet to publish a service manual for the system. Much of this problem is being overcome by the visit of AMF's technical representative. "B now have Mr. Brucm Patterson, AMF representative, working constantly with our mechanics as well as other personnel who have expertise in related areas, so we can better handle these problems of the future. Bruce is also working with us to develop a service manual to assist us in better recognizing problems and solving than. Mr. Patterson has also brought with him saze new software which will help us in the administration of your bowling, as well as some action graphics that I will not try to explain to you in this article, but invite you to care in and enjoy. As for your suggestions on Open Line, this past week, we are taking steps to (1) pad our angle iron which is a part of our bulkheads, (2) get mats down so a can have cleaner shoes on the approaches. (3) We are moving to get more spectator seating in. (4) During the upcoming holiday season a plan to put urethane coatings on our walls separating the concourse from the bowlers seating area and (5) put tops on the house walls to provide our bowlers with more table space to have their refreshments on. Other improvements include acoustical draperies to be installed. Also, the center is anticipating new tiles for our suspended ceiling. There is nothing new to report on the renovation of our restroom facilities which after three years, and various work requests, is still in the planning process. Another concern expressed during the recent Open Line Show pertained to open bowling at Marblehead Center. On Mondays and Fridays we do have trouble providing open bowling because of the large leagues these nights. However, usually by about 8:30 on Monday evenings the leagues are starting to finish and we can start assigning lanes to open bowlers. On Fridays because we entertain three leagues, it is a little more difficult, but not impossible. Usually by about 9 p.m., we can start assigning some open lanes, but we have fewer to offer throughout the evening. Other projects being worked towards are new carpeting and flooring for both lanes. At Leeward Point Lanes, we are installing overhead projection screens and projectors. During the holidays we hope to get Leeward interior repainted. Other projects for the future, at Marblehead, will be to have our new lanes resurfaced. This is a normal procedure for new wood because of the settling effects of natural wood. Also, at Marblehead, a will refinish the "new side" lanes onie again and have them injected with urethane which should give than at least another five years of life. W also will propose this be done at Leeward Point Lanes. Additional improvements completed as well as new equipment added to our offering recently have been a new proshop installed on the concourse of Marblehead Center. A new ball drilling machine has arrived in addition to our ball drilling machine room being properly vented. Other. equipment includes pin cleaner, new pins for all lanes at both centers and new ball cleaning machines. We are able to offer these machines to our customers at no charge. Also, you will notice some stylish new trash receptacles being used at both centers. These new receptacles are not only being used throuhout both bowling facilities, but throughout all Recreation Services facilities. NBahope that your concern for a proper bowling center will not diminish and that your enthusiasm to see things done well at both Marblehead and Leeward Point bowling centers will keep us on our toes. Your patronage and support is greatly appreciated. I hope that starting this wek, you will see all our lanes operational and in the future our staff will be able to handle these problems which is a part of our new system. the Bullets. Calvin Natt and Alex English each punped in 27 points to lead the Denver Nuggets to a 119-105 win over the Indiana Pacers. The Pacers played erratically, committing 29 turnovers. Dcminique Wilkins skid for 31 points, sparking the Atlantic Hawks to a 109-98 triumph against the Portland Trail Blazers. Glenn Rivers made his 1985 debut for Atlanta and scored 16 points, dished out 10 assists and had eight steals. Rivers missed Atlanta's first 19 gates with a broken wrist. Marques Johnson's 31 points drove the Los Angeles Clippers to a 128-103 win over the Sacrarento Kings. With the win, the Clippers snapped a four-gaze losing streak. The Phoenix Suns tried Chicago Bulls 100-99. Lare Nance scored 29 for Phoenix, followed by Walter Davis with 27. Chicago's Orlando Wholridge had a big night in defeat, scoring 29 points. Wolverines up record to 5-0 (AP) -Things continue to look good for the University of Michigan's basketball fortunes. The second-ranked Wolverines ran their record to 5-0 last night, with a 56-42 win over Youngstown State. Gary Grant's 12 points led the Wolverines, while Antoine Joubert and Boy Tarpley added 10 apiece. The third-ranked Duke Blue Devils breezed to their seventh straight win, an 84-74 road victory over Vanderbilt. Johnny Dawkins pumped in 21 points for the Blue Devils, who led by as many as 23 points before clearing their bench. Playing their third road game in five days, the Yellow Jackets of fifth-ranked Georgia Tech stung Tennessee-Chattanooga 94-74. Market Price was hot, scoring 25 for Tech, while teammate Duane Ferrell added 21 points. After a lackluster win against Southern Illinois-Eduardsville Tuesday night, Kansas Coach Larry Brown had his team run through a late night practice. It caught the Jayhawks attention. Seventh-ranked Kansas had no problem with Western Carolina last night, ripping the Catamounts 101-79. Danny Mann and Greg Dreiling each scored points for the Jayhawks. Thirteenth-rated Illinois overwhelmed Wisconsin-Green Bay 84-34. Bruce Douglas scored 14 to lead the Illini to their third win in four outings. In Johnson City, Tnn., seventeenth-ranked Alabama-Birmingham blazed to a 63-44 win over Fast Tennessee State. Jerae Mincy's 17 points led UAB, which is 3-and-1. Lloyd reaches Australian finals (UPI) -Chris Evert Lloyd defeated Claudia Kohde-Kilsch 6-1, 7-6, to reach the finals of the $1.5 million Australian Open. The defending champion appeared headed for an easy straight-set decision, trouncing her lanky opponent 6-1 in the first set and leading 4-1 and 5-2 in the second. Kohde-Kilsch closed the gap until she was victimized by a highly questionable line call on set point in the twelfth game. Evert Lloyd hit a lob that appeared two inches off the Sports b court, but was not called by the linesman. At that point, the West German's confidence seemed to fade and she offered only token resistance in the tie-breaker, won by Evert Lloyd 8-6. Earlier, Lloyd's husband John was dispatched by Ivan Lendl 7-6, 6-2, 6-1, sending the Czechoslovakian into the men's semi-finals. Tennis officials say they cannot remember when a husband and wife played consecutively on any center court. riefs Baseball (UPI) -Now the shoe is on the other foot. Doug Rader, the former Texas Rangers manager who coined the phrase "Winning Ugly" for the Chicago White Sox, has been naned Chicago's new third base coach. He came up with the line in 1983 when the Sox won the American League's Western Division title. Rader takes over at third for Jim Leylard, whowas hired to manage the Pittsburgh Pirates. Tennis (UPI) -The nephew of Pananian tennis star Ilie Nastase has been granted political asylun in the United States. Mihnea Nastase, 18, is currently in Largo, Fla., where he is a student at the Harry Hopuan International Tennis Club. Local sports Basketball -GBYAA needs a basketball commissioner to set up our youth basketball season. If you are interested in helping us organize any type of youth athletics, contact Jim O'Neal, 4679 or 4847 DWH; or Mike Wolford, 6322 OWH. Softball -Anyone wishing to enter a team in the 1985 Christmas Softball Classic must have your team entered no later than Wednesday, December 11. An organizational meeting will be held that day at 5 p.m. Please contact Jim Whalen or Dave Oliver at 2248 or 2560. aowling -The Marblehead Bowling Center is offering a "Big Pot Ne Tap Tournament," to 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. Tennis -For you tennis lovers, the Racquet Club is sponsoring a mixed doubles tournament Saturday, December 7. Man and waman, choose your partners, and sign up at the Racquet Club by Thursday, December 5. For more information, call Mona Rieck, 2666. 0 4 Daily Gazette Thursday, December 5, 1985 9-2-0 8-2-1 8-2-1 8-3-0 8-3-0 8-3-0 8-3-0 11-0-0 SPORTSWORLD Lakers and Celtics sweep through NBA competition


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