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DAILY



GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 11 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Thursday, January 16, 1986


USSR:


' UPI) -- The leader of the
Soviet Union is urging the leaders of the United States and other nuclear powers to join with him and ban the
bomb.
In a statement published by
the Tass News Agency and read on Soviet television last night, Mikhail Gorbachev called for the elimination of all atomic weapons by the
year 2000.


Ban the bomb


As a first step, Gorbachev
announced a three-month extension of the unilateral Soviet moratorium on nuclear tests. He again called on the U.S. to end research into its anti-missile space defense system.
Gorbachev's proposal caught Washington off guard. President Reagan was quick to respond. The president said he welcomed the plan, saying


"A great man..." Reagan pays tribute to King


.UPI) -- The nation Wemembered Martin Luther King
yesterday.
It was the 57th anniversary
of his birth and President Reagan paid tribute to the
slain civil rights leader by speaking to students at an elementary school in Washington, D.C. Reagan said
King had guts and described him as, "A great man who wrested justice from the
heart of a great country."
Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young
said in an interview that the world would have been different had King not been
slain in Memphis in 1968.


New proceedure

may eliminate

teeth drilling

(UPI) -- Ask anyone what they hate about going to the dentist and they would # bably say it has to be the
illing and anesthesia used
to treat tooth decay.
But, that painful practice
looks like it is on the way out. A new substance that eliminates much of the need for high-speed drilling and anesthesia goes on display today at the Yankee Dental
Congress in Boston.
The substance is a chemical
solution that softens tooth decay so it can be scooped out, rather than drilled away. Known commercially as Caridex, the solution was unveiled yesterday by two professors at the Tufts
University Dental School.


Today, King's widow, Coretta Scott King, will attend the unveiling of a bust of the slain civil rights activist at a ceremony in the Capitol Rotunda. The statue of the Baptist minister will stand under the Capitol's dome next to busts of other American heroes, including George Washington.
Mrs. King is expected to meet with Reagan at the White House today after the unveiling ceremony at the Capitol.. Next Monday is the first observance of the
national holiday commemorating King's life.


it could "prove to be a constructive step" in ending the arms race.
Other administration officials, while faulting parts of the Soviet proposal, stressed it would not be rejected out of hand.
Gorbachev's announcement came as U.S. and Soviet negotiators prepared to resume arms reduction talks in Geneva today. The latest round is the first since the November
summit between Reagan and Gorbachev. At that meeting, the two leaders agreed to speed up the work on cutting offensive nuclear weapons. Both sides, however, remain deadlocked over the U.S. "Star Wars" defense program.


Yost Visits -- Coast Guard Vice Adm. Paul Youst, Jr., Commander, Atlantic Area, visited the base recently to discuss Coast Guard matters. Above, he signs Capt. John Condon's guest book. (Photo by PHI Glenn Davis)


Libyan economic

sanctions begin
(UPI) -- President Reagan's orders for economic sanctions against Libya were put into action yesterday.
The Treasury and Commerce Departments issued new rules that back up Reagan's directive, signed last week in response to Libyan leader Mommar Khadafy's alleged support of terrorism. The Commerce Department says virtually all export licenses
to Libya will be revoked Feb. 1.


Captain's Hotline


Inquiry: Why are the old prices on older merchandise
at the commissary changed when new merchandise at higher prices is put on the shelves?

Response: Commissary Store, Guantanamo Bay, and all Navy commissaries operate according to instructions issued by the Commander, Navy Resale Services and Support Office (NAVRESSO), Admiral D.E. Wilson.
NAVRESSO directs that price changes occur whenever the commissary procures the same item at a different price. All items on display and in the storerooms are changed to reflect the new price. The old price will be removed or


obliterated and the new price affixed. We are prohibited from having two different prices for the same item.
Here, in Guantanamo Bay, price changes within the grocery department occur every two weeks with the arrival of new items on the TMT barge. All items do not increase in price. Many of the price changes reflect a reduction price for numerous items. Items that have a price reduction of 15 percent or more are identified by a sign, with the old and new price on the sign.
Queries regarding the commissary operation may be directed to the Commissary Store Officer, SHCS Robert Smith, 4438.


News of the bay


By J02 Neil Guillebeau
New Master At Arms Program -- A new master at arms program to "help maintian the appearance of the base" will begin today, according to BMCM Tony Summerlin, Command Master Chief.
RMC Ken Ledbetter is the new chief master at arms (CMAA) and he will be working frcm the command master chief's office. Chief Ledbetter is assigned temporary duty from Fleet Training'Group to supervise the new program.
Chief Ledbetter will "get the program off the ground" and work the job for three or four months. Once the program is underway, he will be replaced by another person. Eventually the CMAA will have two petty officers for assistants.
A gear locker is being set up near the Admin building on Admin Hill, and Chief Ledbetter will supervise extra duty people and people awaiting disciplinary action. People given hard labor without confinement will also work for the CMAA.
The first job the CMAA will undertake is the cleaning out of the cement ditch downtown.

Cuban-American Friendship Day -- The Seventeenth Annual Cuban-American Friendship Day activities will take place Friday, Jan. 31 at noon in McCalla Hangar, according to the Cuban-American Friendship Day committee.
The friendship day will be a hoopla of food, music, entertainment and, of course -- friendship.
Dinner will be served at 12:15 p.m. and it will
consist of Cuban and American specialties. A live band from Miami, "Sensation '85," will provide a variety of Latin ard American music.
The guest of honor this year will be Luis Sharp of the Saint Louis Cardinals.
Tickets are available through your command
representatives and they can be purchased at the door, too. Ticket prices are:

Advance Purchase
Adults: $6.00
Child (5-11): $2.50
Under 5: Free
At The Door
Adults: $7.00
Child (5-11): $3.50
Under 5: Free

Casting Call For Actors -- Casting calls for the Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre's first production of 1986 will be held at the W.T. Sampson Elementary School Amphitheatre Jan. 21, 22, 25, 27, 28 and 29.
"Little Mary Sunshine" is a "fun-filled, melodramatic musical filled with life and spice and everything nice." There are eight male and seven female roles available.
Besides actors and actresses, the group will be looking for staqe hands, musicians, set designers and "anyone who wants to help."
If you are talented in any aspect of the theatre and would like to audition for a part, or if you would like to help behind the scenes, casting calls will be at the school amphitheatre on theses dates and times:

Tue., Jan. 21 (7 to 8:30 p.m.) Wed., Jan. 22 (7 to 8:30 p.m.)
Sat., Jan. 25 (9 to 11 a.m.)
Mon., Jan. 27 (7 to 8:30 p.m.) Tue., Jan. 28 (7 to 8:30 p.m.) Wed., Jan. 29 (7 to 8:30 p.m.)
(mote:) This will be the final
day of auditions)

The play will be directed by Dennis Stebbins and Jon Whitehead.

Birth Announcments -- News of the Bay will now feature "Birth Announcements."
To announce the newest addition to your family in the paper, please submit to the Daily Gazette editor the parents full names, the baby's name, the date of birth, and weight of the baby.
To begin the birth announcement, a new girl!

Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hennessy
Child: Rachel Lynn
Nov. 27, 1985
Weight: 8 pounds, 12 ounces.



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The First Ticket - Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, receives the first ticket to Cuba-American Friendship
Day. See "News of the Bay" for details. (Photo by PHI Glenn Davis)
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windjammer Club -- There will be a disc jockey
playing at the Windjammer, Enlisted Mess, tonight, in
honor of the visiting ship U.S.S. Yosemite.


Fire Warden's Training Class--"Inspection and
Maintenance of Portable Extinguishers" will be the subject of the next Naval Air Station Fire Wardens Training Class at the Naval Air Station Training Room,
Friday, January 17. For more information, please
contact ABH2 Mitchell, extension 6450.


Martin Luther King Activities -- There will be a softball tournament Jan., 18 and 19, Cooper Field. For
more information, call Rec Services, 2248. The 5K
run/walk will be held Monday, Jan. 20, 7 a.m., Windmill Beach. A memorial prayer service will be held following the race, beginning at 8 a.m. There is a covered dish breakfast planned to follow the memorial prayer service. Also Monday, Jan. 20, 5 p.m., in the Base
Chapel, there will be a memorial service to commemorate
Dr. King's works and his contributions to America and the world. For more information, call 2484 or 3361.

Hook Schedule -- The Hook Coffee Shop is located off Sherman Avenue (near the Navy Exchange) and it is open
to people of all faiths. The schedule of events for
this weekend is:
Friday, 7 p.m. -- Bible Study, "Book of Romans"
Saturday, 7 p.m. -- Movie, "Ten Commandments"


Navy Exchange Closures -- These Navy Exchange outlets will be closed on the dates indicated for
inventory:
Main Retail Store: Jan. 19-20
Sound Scene: Jan. 19-20
Auto Service Center: Jan. 19-20
Mini Mart: Jan. 19-20
(Mini Mart will open when inventory is completed
Jan. 20)
Leewrd Mini Mart: Jan. 20
Leeward Retail Store: Jan. 20

Fire Wardens Training Class -- "Inspection and Maintenance of Portable Extinguishers" will be the subject of the next Naval Air Station Fire Wardens Training Class at the Naval Air Station Training Room, Friday, Jan. 17. For more information, please call ABH2 Mitchell at 6450.

Marine Corps Exchange Hours -- The Marine Mart
and the Dive Shop will be the only Marine Corps outlets open on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday, Jan. 21.
Marine Mart -- 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Dive Shop -- 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Marine Corps Exchange Outlets Closures -- These outlets will be closed for year end inventory on these dates:


Dive Shop Marine Mart -Main Store -Warehouse --


-- Closed Jan. 12 Closed Jan. 13 - 14 Closed Jan. 18- 21 Closed Jan. 22 24


Reflex Photo Club -- There will be a meeting of the Reflex Photo Club Monday, Jan. 20, 6 p.m., Hobbyland. There will be a discussion on photo framing and the combination will be changed. For details call Dave, 2144 or Mike, 2919.

Craft Class -- A craft class, "Weaving Reed Into Basket," will be held Friday, Jan. 27, 6 - 9 p.m., Community Center, Room 18. The fee is $10 per person. Students need to bring pencil, paper, four clip clothes pins and scissors. All other supplies will be provided. For more information, contact Mrs. Koose, 3516 AWH or Ms. Diaz, 3845 DWH.


DAILY GAZETlE----------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Cordon, USN...............Camardper, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Oidr. Rick Fischer, USN ................ Public Affairs Officer
JOl Steyinton.............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil Gillebeau, USN........ ...... ...Mamlan ditor
J03 Teri Thartas, USN........................Assisatlitor
Mrs. Diane n ...................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and sation nrspapers, uier the director of te -Fblic affairs officer. The Daily czette is printed five times aeek at govern t .expnse on government equi mnt, at the Navy Publications and Printi - Service Branch Office. Tne opinions anz statements that appearrrein are not to be construed as official, Or as the official vievs of the Navy Department or Cmnander, U.S. Naval Base.


Command R + R Coordinators


NAVSTA MARBKS NAS
BCT/UIC FTG VC-IO
USNH NSGA S IMA NEX
WTS


YNC Park
Sgt. Maj. Cropper YNI Bray DM1 Franks YNI Baggett ADCM Grudzinski RM2 Goodwin Master Gunnery Sgt. Wieland HT2 Armstrong
Mrs. Wilson Ms. Stammrich


4511/1
2114/39 6398/XX 2300/44 4272/21 6210/XX 4207/42 3215/40
4362/13 4355/7
2265/29


Note:
1. NAVSTA includes NAVBASE, JARCC, NAVSTA NHCB DET and PWD.
2. NAS includes NAS, AC OP DET and NAV WX SVC.
3. BCT/UIC includes ROICC, BRIG, EOD DET, SATCOMM, BCT,
NLSOD, FLT AV, COMSYSTO, NIS, Red Cross, Print Shop, PSD
and NBSP6.
4. HOSP includes HOSP, Dental and Veterinary Clinic.
5. NSGA includes NSGA and Co. "L".


Jan.
Jan.
R Jan.
Jan. and Jan.
Feb.
R Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.


21 - 23 27 - 29 29 - 31 31
31 - Feb. 3 3-5 5-7 6-7
7 -10 7 - 10 10 - 12


Pueta Plata Grand Caynan Montego Bay Port Au Prince Montego Bay Grand Cayman Kingston Montego Bay Kinston La Romana Santo Domingo


Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb.
Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb.


12 - 14 12
14 - 18 18 - 21 18 - 20 21 - 24 24
25 - 28 25 - 27 27
28 - March 3


Wednesday, January 15 Thursday, January 30 Friday, February 14 Friday, February 28 Friday, March 14 Friday, March 28 Tuesday, April 15 Wednesday, April 30 Thursday, May 15 Friday, May 30 Friday, June 13 Monday, June 30


Travel Travel
Travel Travel


Puerta Plata Port Au Prince D/S Puerta Plata
Providenciales San Domingo Puerta Plata Port Au Prince Kingston Santo Domingo Port Au Prince D/S Grand Cayman


Good response to school's career seminars.


Thank you for agreeing to participate in this year's Career Seminars. We hope to
make this an annual event. I have had a very good response from the students and they are really looking forward to it.
There will be four sessions where you will he making your presentations. You will have a different set of students for each session. This will give students the opportunity to listen to four different career areas.


Your presentation should last about 20 minutes.
The sessions will be 28 minutes in length, and that leaves a little time for some questions.
I would like you to arrive at the school between 7 and
7:15 a.m., so I can show you your room, introduce you to
the teacher who will be helping you, and give you your class lists.
There will also be coffee and doughnuts available. School will start at 7:28


a.m., with students reporting to their normal first hour class. There they will
receive their schedules and the career seminars will
begin.
If you have any further questions or need to make arrangements for materials, do not hesitate to call me at 3100 or 3191 DWH or 2336 AWH. Thank you again.

Rich Gamble
W.T. Sampson High School


Letters to the editor


Milk -- there's more you should know


With respect to your article "Hot Milk" published
in the Daily Gazette of Tuesday, Jan. 14, I would like to take the opportunity to add a few words.
First, I would like to say that pasteurized, ultra high and sterilized milk products are standardized products. This means that by way of certrifugation, a part of the milkfat and protein have been separated from the fresh milk.
For instance, cowmilk contains 4.80 percent milkfat. In order to get the
desired 3.25 percent fat, 1.55 percent fat must be taken away.
The excess milkfat and protein are used for butter and cheese production. An other way of producing standardized milk is adding heavy cream to skimmed milk which will then be standardized at the above mentioned 3.25 percent fat.
After the standardization has been completed, the milk is heated to the desired temperature and homogenized. It is now ready for bottling.
Pasteurization is usually done at 145 degrees for 30 minutes or at 161 degrees for not less than 15 seconds.
Both methods destroy pathogenic organisms. However, since we do not want to kill any other bacteria but the pathogenic organisms, we prefer the first method,
as all the other types of bacteria, enzymes and
vitamins are healthy ingredients.
Ultra high, and especially


sterilized milk have very little to almost no bacterial life left. However, some heat resistant organisms may have survived and may be very dangerous if exposed to their optimum temperature.
Fresh and pasteurized milk have many other types of bacterial left that will immediately slow down and/or halt the growth of this type of heat resistant bacteria, which usually have a higher optimum temperature, by quickly converting the milksugar into acid. This will then act as a protective shield for growth of this organism.
High heated and sterilized milk are sometimes a little brown in color, which is a result of the caramelization of the milksugar.
Atlthough ultra high and


sterilized milk are an outstanding substitute for fresh and filled milk, it certainly is not as healthy. Also extreme care should be taken with its use and shelflife.
In the filled milk, as we
know it here, the animal fat has been replaced with tasteless coconut fat which contains many times lessA cholesterol, and is thereforeW a healthier product.
It must be noted, however, that our milk, just like all the other pasteurized milk, only has a shelflife of 10 days, provided it has been kept refrigerated at 32 - 35 degrees. Prolonged shelflife will very much affect taste and bacterial growth.

J. Kuipers (Mgr.)
Servite Int., Ltd.


Tuesday, July 15 Wednesday, July 30 Friday, August 15 Friday, August 29 Monday, September 15 Tuesday, September 30 Wednesday, October 15 Thursday, October 30 Friday, November 14 Friday, November 28 Monday, December 15 Tuesday, December 30


The Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA) deduction for calandar year 1986 will be 7.15 percent on maximum taxable wages of $39,600 and maximum tax of $2,831.40.


Dail GaztteThursday, January 16, 1986


Semi-Monthly Payday Schedule
Calendar Year 1986


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Job Market


Navy Exchange The positions liste Register which may I
The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Civilian Personnel 0 Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldq.


AV-34, McCalla Hioll or phone 4348/4508.


#1-85
Sales Clerk P/T PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 LGS-2/$2.75 leading to LGS-3/$3.42 #131-85
ood Service Worker F/T
-1/$3.57 or LWG-I/$2.30 154-85
Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08 #165-85
Sales Clerk F/T PS-2/$3.99 or LGS-3/$3.42

#167-85
Cashier-Checker P/T PS-2/$3.99 or LGS-2/$2.75 #2-86,
Food Service Worker (Bakery) INT. NA-3/$4.42 #3-86
Receptionist P/T NA-3/$4.42 #4-86
Invoice Audit Clerk F/T AS-4/$4.68 or LGS-4/$4.08
#5-86
les Clerk (Specialty) S-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42


Open Retail
Store


Open Stop
Light
Inn
Open Retail
Store

Open Retail
Store
Leeward
Point Open Stop
Light
Inn
Open Pizza
Pub

Open Blue
Caribe

Open Accounting


Open Retail Store
Leeward Pt.


ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE


39-86 Motor Vehicle Operator,
WG/LWG-5703-07
NAF-40-86 Secretary (Typing),
AS-318-05/LGS-318-04 NAF-92-85-B Laundry Worker,
NA/LWG-7304-02
247-85-A Supply Clerk, GS/LGS-2005-05,
Temp. Not to exceed one year
(Open until filled)


LOCATION NAS

Recreation Services Como Club Supply Dept.


Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business on Jan. 23.


ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE

221-85-B Education Technician,
GS-1702-04 leading to GS-1702-05, or GS-05


AUTO PARTS
New '60 to '64 VW parts. Brake shoes, front and rear, king pin set, motor and transmission mount. Call Bob at 4164 DWH or 3740 AWH.
AUTOS
Back on the market! '76 Pinto, good condition, inspection good until September. Asking $1200 or best offer. Available at Ferry Landing on February 11. Call Danny at 4197 DWH or 2698 AWH.


LOCATION


ed below are the 1986 Permanent
be obtained at the Naval Base Office.


Position and Grade
*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 (Permanent/Temporary/FT/PT
*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04,
(Permanent/Temporary/FT/PT
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 (Permanent and Temporary)
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 Leading to GS-05, or GS/LGS-318-05 (Permanent and Temporary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-05
*Accounting Technician, GS/LGS525-04 (Permanent and Temporary)
*Accounting Technician, GS/LGS-52504 leading to GS-O5, or GS/LGS-52505 (Permanent and Temporary) Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-209102 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-2091-03 (INT) Production Control Clerk, GS/LGS-303-04
Data Transcriber, Keypunch/CRT Entry GS/LGS-356-02 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-356-03 (Permanent and Temporary) Telephone Operator, GS/LGS382-02/03 (Temp. Not to exceed one year)
Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 (Part Time) (Temp. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but incumbents may be noncompetitively extended.)
Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or N Sales Store Checker, LGS-209102 (INT, FT/PT) Recreation Aid, {S/LGS-0189-03 N
(INT, FT/PT)
Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or N Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 (INT, FT/PT)
Custodial Worker, NA/LWG-3566-OI N and NA/LWG-3566-02 (INT, FT/PT) Food Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408- N 02 (INT, FT/PT) Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-02 N (INT, FT/PT)
Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 N (INT, FT/PT)
Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 N.
(INT, FT/PT)
Chidlcare Giver/Recreation Aid, N PS/LGS-0189-03, (INT,FT/PT) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) N PS/LGS-0189-03 (INT, FT/PT Club Operations Assistant, N PS-11OI-04 or Recreation Assistant, LGS-0189-04 (INT, FT/PT)


Ann. No. Location 01-86 All Comnands


02-86 03-86 04-86 05-86



06-86

07-86


All Commands

All Commands All Commands NBCPO



All Commands All Commands


08-86 Commissary 09-86 PWD 10-86 Supply



11-86 PWD 12-86 WTS Schools




NAF-13-86 Clubs NAF-14-86 Recreation
Services
[AF-15-86 Recreation
Services

AF-16-86 All Commands


RAF-17-86 ]AF-18-86


Clubs Clubs


AF-19-86 Clubs

AF-20-86 Clubs

.AF-21-86 Recreation
Services
qAF-22-86 Recreation
Services
.AF-23-86 Clubs


Navy Campus *Applications are requested to submit two (2)
SP-171's for this register in order to receive
concurrent consideration.


'65 Chevy Impala, two-tone paint job, white on blue, 283 w/headers dual exhaust, mag wheels, automatic, $2500. Call 3142 AT.
'67 VW Bug, standard 3-speed, AM/FM cassette, good tires, no other fancies. Runs all right, but occassionally needs repairing. Inspection good until February. Best reasonable offer will take it. Call Chief Stebbins at 6493 DWH or 4648 AWH. Can be


seen at C0167B.

'78 Ford Truck, V8 F600, 406 c.i.d., flatbed dump body, 14,000 miles, 12-14 ton capacity, good condition, $8000. Call 4896 AT.

'68 Chevy Truck, new brakes, new windshield, new exhaust, rebuilt starter, $550. Call Frank or Steve at 2376 AWH.
----------------------'74 Volkswagon "Thing", excellent condition, good island transportation, $1900 neg. Call 4744 DWH or 3148 AWH.

'70 Buick station wagon, new water pump, new transmission, new gas pump, everything works, $750. Call Hugh at 4653 DWH or 4011 AWH.

'70 307 Camaro, recently painted, engine rebuilt, AM/FM cassette stereo. Also two Creg-mag rims 15" universial, and one gallon of same color of paint to repaint car, asking $1500 or best offer. Call Mr. Jackson at 6310 DWH.

'79 Ford Pinto station wagon, $2800. Excellent mechanical condition. Available Jan. 24


at Ferry Landing. Call 4285 AWH or can be seen at Radio
Point #2.
BOAT MOTOR
'82 Johnson 9.9hp long shaft outboard motor, good condition, $500 or best offer. Call 4451 AT.
TWO WHEELERS
CX500 Honda, watercooled, shaft drive, full fairing, saddle b asA Many extras, excellent on. Price
reduced to $125f.RFor quick sale call Danny at 4197 DWH or 2698 AWH.

'74 Yamaha, two-cyclinder, two stroke, $350. Call Frank or Steve at 2376 AWH.

'84 Yamaha 80cc motor scooter, low mileage, excellent condition, two helmets, $650. Call 4744 DWH or 3148 AWH.

'74 Kawasaki KZ 400, 2 1/2 month old, black metallic paint, new rectifier, sprockets, chain, points, sparks, and spark cables. Clutch and throttle cables also new. New rear tire, fairing and two saddle bags included. Very dependable transportation, $1200 neg.


RULES: Cont.
from yesterday
In determining a safe speed the following factors shall be taken into account.
State of visibility.
Traffic density.
Manueverability of vessel (large ships) with special attention to stopping distance and turning ability.
At night, the presence of background lights, such as from shore lights or back scuttle of her own lights.
Draft in relation to the available to death of water.
Narrow channels: A vessel of less than 20 meters in length or a sailing vessel shall not impede the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only within a narrow channel or fairway.
A vessel proceeding along the course of a channel or fairway shall keep as near to the outer limit of the channel or fairway which lies
in its starboard side and is safe and practicable (small boat should take out of the middle of the channel).
A vessel engaged in fishing shall not impede the passage of any other vessel navigating within a narrow channel or fairway.
A vessel shall not cross a narrow channel or fairway if such crossing impedes the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only with such channel or fairway.
A vessel shall not cross a varrow channel or fairway if such crossing impeded the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only within such channel or fairway.
Any vessel shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid anchoring in a narrow channel.
When two power-driven vessels are crossing so as to involve risk of collision, the vessel which has the other on its own starboard side shall keep out of the way and shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid crossing ahead of the other vessel.
Every vessel which is directed to keep out of the way of another vessel shall, so far as possible, take early and substantial action to keep well clear.
A sailing vessel underway shall keep out of the way of a vessel restricted in its ability to maneuver and any ferry.


Call PO Pontes at 4911 between 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. or can be seen at Oil Point 114 between 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Call Steve at 4419 for an appointment.

Aero 125 motor scooter, mint condition, $1100. Call Paul at 4196 DWH or 3477 AWH.

'79 Honda 400, tires and battery less than one year old, two helmets, $700. Call 4849/4486 DWH or 3567 AWH.
CAMERA
Pentax 35mm with 75-150mm lens, flash and case. All yours for only $250. Call 4451 AT.
AIR CONDITIONERS
One GE 18,500 BTU, one GE 14,000 BTU. Both under warranty. Available immediately. Guaranteed to cool your jets. Both for $400 or will sell separately. Call 3344.

Four 12,500 BTUs. All for $400. Call 4285 AWH.

WANTED
Bedroom dresser w/mirror, two night tables, baby's changing table. If you can help, call P.O. Emrich at 4442/4499 AT.


Daily Gazette Thursday, January 16, 1986


Marine Enlisted Club
Full-Charge Bookkeeper, AS-7/1, full time. At least one year bookkeeping experience required. Contact 2645 for more information.

Civilian Personnel
Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business Jan. 21. 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.


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S i ji IIGeorgetown upsets unbeaten Orangemen


McEnroe deated during opener


(UPI) -- Defending champion John McEnroe suffered an embarrassing defeat at the hands of Brad Gilbert in his opening match in the $500,000 Masters Tennis Championship in New York. Gilbert swept the last six games to complete a remarkable 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 upset, as McEnroe fought his temper and the crowd trying to regain his lost form.
Rubbing the defeat in even further was the fact that Gilbert has been sick in bed the last two days with a sore throat and required a lot of medication.
The two players exchanged words during one changeover


in the second set, and Gilbert says McEnroe told him he did not belong on the sme court with him.
In other action last night,
top seed Ivan Lendl cruised past Tomas Smid, 6-1, 6-Love, in 61 minutes. Anders Jarryd rallied to defeat fellow Swede Joakim Nystrom, love-6,6-1,6-4, and Tim Mayotte used a single service break in each set to upset Yannick Noah, 6-4, 6-4. Johan Kriek meets Andres
Gomez and Boris Becker faces Mats Wilander in two quarter final matches tonight. Gilbert meets Jarryd and Lendl will take on Mayotte in quarter final action.


Coming soon: A new look


(AP) -- Syracuse fell from the ranks of college basketball's undefeated team last night. The fourth-ranked Orangemen were beaten by 15th-rated Georgetown 73-70. The Hoyas trailed through the entire first half, then rallied as David Wingate scored 12 of his 18 points in part two. Reggie Williams added 17 points for Georgetown.
Sixth-ranked Memphis State shot 69 percent from the field in the first half while building a 19-point lead, and the Tigers held off Cincinnati 89-71.
Number-seven Oklahoma won for the 16th straight time. Tim McCalister scored 27 points and Darryl Kennedy hit 23 as the Sooners topped Colorado 94-82.
Danny Manning tallied 21 points to lead eight-ranked Kansas past Nebraska 81-70. Dave Hoppen scored 25 for the Cornhuskers.


The Sportsman


By Charles Morey


Walter Payton must feel like somebody who has been around the downs eleven times
and finally sees the winner's circle dead ahead.
He has completed 11 tremendous years with the Chicago Bears, and, for the first time, is getting a chance at the ultimate dream of all pro football players, a Super Bowl championship ring.
There must have been years when Walter felt like another Walter, the great pitcher, Walter Johnson. He waited until his eighteenth year with the Washington Senators before he got a chance to pitch in the World Series.
The fire in his fast ball was not much more than embers when the chance came in '24. He lost his first two games in the series to the New York Giants. But he won the big one, the seventh and deciding game, pitching the relief.
Something like that could happen on January 26, when
Payton and the Chicago Bears take on the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. The ultimate in a drama would be a winning touchdown run by Payton with only seconds to play.
Walter already has his
share of honors, and he is a cinch to make it Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
He is the all time leader in rushing, with 14,860 yards, and there is no telling how high that figure will grow before he calls it a day.

The feeling is almost unanimous among football experts that, if the New England Patriots are to upset the Bears in the Super Bowl,


they will need a super aerial game.
Nobody, well, almost nobody, expects the PATS to
be able to run on the Bears for significant yardage. That more or less leaves the ball in Tony Eason's right hand.
Can the young quarterback survive the brutal Bear pass
rush and get the ball to his receivers downfield? He did not in September, when the Bears punished the Pats,
20-7, in Soldier Field. The Bears bounced Tony like the Globetrotters bounce a basketball.

However, the New England offensive line has improved greatly since then, and, apparently, so has Eason. He looked bad in the early part of the season, and finally went out of the lineup with an injury. The veteran Steve
Grogan rushed to the rescue, posted six victories in a row, and then was injured himself. Back come Eason, a new improved Eason, to lead New England to the playoffs. All he did after that was to quarterback the club to three straight upset victories in the playoffs, which put New England in the Super Bowl.
In those three games, wins over the Jets, Raider, and Dolphins, Eason pitched the ball only 42 times, an average of 14 per game. He completed 29, a very nice total, and five went for touchdowns.
New England ran the ball three and a half times as often in those games as it passed. That ratio will not go against the Bears. If Eason can connect with his receivers, It could open up


the Bear defense and give Craig James and Tony Collin some room to run. But it is large order for a young and relatively inexperienced quarterback.


Ninth-ranked St. John's shut down Seton Hall in the second half and pulled out a 74-58 victory. Walter Berry ahd 20 points for the Redmen. Kentucky, ranked llth, held off a Mississippi State comeback and took a half game lead in the Southeastern Conference with a 64-52 win over the Bulldogs.


Center Dave Burgess scored all 12 of his points in the second half to help 16th-ranked Virginia Tech
pull away from James Madison for a 73-65 victory. Tech guard Dell Curry scored 21 points, grabbed eleven rebounds and reached the 2,000 point mark for his college career.


Nets rip past 76ers 123-890


(AP) -- Philadelphia's five-game NBA winning streak ended last night. So did Denver' s.
The New Jersey Nets used 27 points from Otis Birdsong to rip the 76ers 123-89. The Nuggets lost in Boston 123-100. Kevin McHale scored 33 for the Celtics. Golden State mauled the Utah Jazz 150-104. Eight Warriors scored in double figures.
Gerald Wilkins scored 14,of his 19 points, in the fourth quarter to help the New York Knicks slip past the Dallas Mavericks 116-112. Clark Kellogg returned to Indiana's lineup for the first time since his November knee surgery. He scored 13 fourth-quarter points, but the Pacers came up short of the Portland Trail Blazers 109-104.
Thirty points from Ralph Sampson carried the Houston Rockets past the San Antionio Spurs 119-113.
The Los Angeles Clippers held off Seattle 110-103. Xavier McDaniel scored a game-high 33 points for the Supersonics.


Isiah Thomas and Bill Laimbeer teamed for 52 points as the Pistons stopped Chicago 123-115.
In other basketball news, Bulls' center Janaan Oldham missed last night's game against Detroit. The NBA suspended Oldham for one game
without pay and fined him $1500. He and Washington center Manute Bol were involved in a fight during a game Tuesday night. Bol was fined $500.
Also, Cleveland guard World
B. Free was released from a Cleveland hospital yesterday, after spending a night under observation. He had taken jolt to the head in a game Tuesday.
The doctor for Johnny Moore says a case of meningitis will keep the San Antonio guard out of action the rest of the season. Alvin Robertson takes over Moore's starting spot.
And Seattle has signed 6-foot-7 David Pope, who has been playing in the Continental Basketball Association.


Area Athletics


Rec Shoot -- There will be a Rec Shoot January 19 at \ NAVSTA Pistol Range, 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Petty Officer. Washburn will be in charge. For more information, call 2479.

Racquet Club -- A one day only mixed doubles pick your

partner tennis tournament is scheduled for Saturday, January 18, at the Racquet Club. Sign ups will be accepted until 5 p.m. today. For more information, call Monda Rieck, 2666, or Bob Rohe, 2423.4 Daily Gazette Thursday, January 16, 1986-


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DAILY GA ZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 11 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Thursday, January 16, 1986 USSR: Ban the bomb (UPI) -The leader of the As a first step, Gorbachev it could "prove to be a Soviet Union is urging the announced a three-month constructive step" in ending leaders of the United States extension of the unilateral the arms race. and other nuclear powers to Soviet moratorium on nuclear Other administration join with him and ban the tests. He again called on the officials, while faulting bomb. U.S. to end research into its parts of the Soviet proposal, In a statement published by anti-missile space defense stressed it would not be the Tass News Agency and read system. rejected out of hand. on Soviet television last Gorbachev's proposal caught Gorbachev's announcement night,. Mikhail Gorbachev Washington off guard. came as U.S. and Soviet called for the elimination of President Reagan was quick to negotiators prepared to all atomic weapons by the respen. The president said resume arms reduction talks year 2000. he welcomed the plan, saying in Goneva today. .UPI) -The nation emembered Martin Luther King yesterday. It was the 57th anniversary of his birth and President Reagan paid tribute to the slain civil rights leader by speaking to students at an elementary school in Washington, D.C. Reagan said King had guts and described him as, "A great man who wrested justice from the heart of a great country." Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young said in an interview that the world would have been different had King not been slain in Memphis in 1968. (UPI) -Ask anyone what they hate about going to the dentist and they would # bably say it has to be the killing and anesthesia used to treat tooth decay. But, that painful practice looks like it is on the way out. A new substance that eliminates much of the need for high-speed drilling and anesthesia goes on display today at the Yankee Dental Congress in Boston. The substance is a chemical solution that softens tooth decay so it can be scooped out, rather than drilled away. Known commercially as Caridex, the solution was unveiled yesterday by two professors at the Tufts University Dental School. Today, King's widow, Coretta Scott King, will attend the unveiling of a bust of the slain civil rights activist at a ceremony in the Capitol Rotunda. The statue of the Baptist minister will stand under the Capitol's dome next to busts of other American heroes, including George Washington. Mrs. King is expected to meet with Reagan at the White House today after the unveiling ceremony at the Capitol., Next Monday is the first observance of the national holiday commemorating King's life. Inquiry: Why are the old prices on older merchandise at the commissary changed when new merchandise at higher prices is put on the shelves? Response: Commissary Store, Guantanamo Bay, and all Navy commissaries operate according to instructions issued by the Commander, Navy Resale Services and Support Office (NAVRESSO), Admiral DE. Wilson. NAVRESSO directs that price changes occur whenever the commissary procures the same item at a different price. All items on display and in the storerooms are changed to reflect the new price. The old price will be removed or The latest round is the first since the November summit between Reagan and Gorbachev. At that meeting, the two leaders agreed to speed up the work on cutting offensive nuclear weapons. Both sides, however, remain deadlocked over the U.S. "Star Wars" defense program. Yost Visits -Coast Guard Vice Adm. Paul Youst, Jr., Commander, Atlantic Area, visited the base recently to discuss Coast Guard matters. Above, he signs Capt. John Condon's guest book. (Photo by PH1 Glenn Davis) Libyan economic sanctions begin (UPI) -President Reagan's orders for economic sanctions against Libya were put into action yesterday. The Treasury and Commerce Departments issued new rules that back up Reagan's directive, signed last week in response to Libyan leader Mommar Khadafy's alleged support of terrorism. The Commerce Department says virtually all export licenses to Libya will be revoked Feb. 1. obliterated and the new price affixed. We are prohibited from having two different prices for the same item. Here, in Guantanamo Bay, price changes within the grocery department occur every two weeks with the arrival of new items on the TMT barge. All items do not increase in price. Many of the price changes reflect a reduction price for numerous items. Items that have a price reduction of 15 percent or more are identified by a sign, with the old and new price on the sign. Queries regarding the commissary operation may be directed to the Commissary Store Officer, SHCS Robert Smith, 4438. w4E News of the bay By J02 Neil Guillebeau New Master At Arms Program -A new master at arms program to "help maintian the appearance of the base" will begin today, according to BMCM Tony Sumerlin, Command Master Chief. RMC Ken Ledbetter is the new chief master at arms (CMAA) and he will be working from the command master chief's office. Chief Ledbetter is assigned temporary duty from Fleet Training Group to supervise the new program. Chief Ledbetter will "get the program off the ground" and work the job for three or four months. Once the program is underway, he will be replaced by another person. Eventually the CMAA will have two petty officers for assistants. A gear locker is being set up near the Admin building on Admin Hill, and Chief Ledbetter wili supervise extra duty people and people awaiting disciplinary action. People given hard labor without confinement will also work for the CMAA. The first job the CMAA will undertake is the cleaning out of the cement ditch downtown. Cuban-American Friendship Day -The Seventeenth Annual Cuban-American Friendship Day activities will take place Friday, Jan. 31 at noon in McCalla Hangar, according to the Cuban-American Friendship Day committee. The friendship day will be a hoopla of food, music, entertainments and, of course -friendship. Dinner will be served at 12:15 p.m. and it will consist of Cuban and American specialties. A live band from Miami, "Sensation '85," will provide a variety of Latin ard American music. The guest of honor this year will be Luis Sharp of the Saint Louis Cardinals. Tickets are available through your command representatives and they can be purchased at the door, too. Ticket prices are: Advance Purchase Adults: $6.00 Child (5-11): $2.50 Under 5: Free At The Door Adults: $7.00 Child (5-11): $3.50 Under 5: Free Casting Call For Actors -Casting calls for the Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre's first production of 1986 will be held at the W.T. Sampson Elementary School Amphitheatre Jan. 21, 22, 25, 27, 28 and 29. "Little Mary Sunshine" is a "fun-filled, melodramatic musical filled with life and spice and everything nice." There are eight male and seven female roles available. Besides actors and actresses, the group will be looking for stage hands, musicians, set designers and "anyone who wants to help." If you are talented in any aspect of the theatre and would like to audition for a part, or if you would like to help behind the scenes, casting calls will be at the school amphitheatre on theses dates and times: Tue., Jan. 21 (7 to 8:30 p.m.) Wed., Jan. 22 (7 to 8:30 p.m.) Sat., Jan. 25 (9 to 11 a.m.) Mon., Jan. 27 (7 to 8:30 p.m.) Tue., Jan. 28 (7 to 8:30 p.m.) Wed., Jan. 29 (7 to 8:30 p.m.) (Note:) This will be the final day of auditions) The play will be directed by Dennis Stebbins and Jon Whitehead. Birth Announcements -News of the Bay will now feature "Birth Announcements." To announce the newest addition to your family in the paper, please submit to the Daily Gazette editor the parents full names, the baby's name, the date of birth, and weight of the baby. To begin the birth announcement, a new girl! Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hennessy Child: Rachel Lynn Nov. 27, 1985 Weight: 8 pounds, 12 ounces. Au. "A great man." Reagan pays tribute to King The First Ticket -Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, receives the first ticket to Cuba-American Friendship Day. See "News of the Bay" for details. (Photo by PH1 Glenn Davis) Eam. New proceedure may eliminate Hoaptain'sHotline teeth drilling

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TheWindjamer Club -There will be a disc jockey playing at the Windjammer, Enlisted Mess, tonight, in honor of the visiting ship U.S.S. Yosemite. Fire Warden's Training Class -"Inspection and Maintenance of Portable Extinguishers" will be the subject of the next Naval Air Station Fire Wardens Training Class at the Naval Air Station Training Room, Friday, January 17. For more information, please contact ABH2 Mitchell, extension 6450. Martin Luther King Activities -There will be a softball tournament Jan., 18 and 19, Cooper Field. For more information, call Rec Services, 2248. The 5K run/walk will be held Monday, Jan. 20, 7 a.m., Windmill Beach. A memorial prayer service will be held following the race, beginning at 8 a.m. There is a covered dish breakfast planned to follow the memorial prayer service. Also Monday, Jan. 20, 5 p.m., in the Base Chapel, there will be a memorial service to commemorate Dr. King's works and his contributions to America and the world. For more information, call 2484 or 3361. Hook Schedule -The Hook Coffee Shop is located off Sherman Avenue (near the Navy Exchange) and it is open to people of all faiths. The schedule of events for this weekend is: Friday, 7 p.m. -Bible Study, "Book of Romans" Saturday, 7 p.m. -Movie, "Ten Commandments" Navy Exchange Closures -These Navy Exchange outlets will be closed on the dates indicated for inventory: Main Retail Store: Jan. 19-20 Sound Scene: Jan. 19-20 Auto Service Center: Jan. 19-20 Mini Mart: Jan. 19-20 (Mini Mart will open when inventory is completed Jan. 20) Leeward Mini Mart: Jan. 20 Leeward Retail Store: Jan. 20 Fire Wardens Training Class -"Inspection and Maintenance of Portable Extinguishers" will be the subject of the next Naval Air Station Fire Wardens Training Class at the Naval Air Station Training Room, Friday, Jan. 17. For more information, please call ABH2 Mitchell at 6450. Marine Corps Exchange Hours -The Marine Mart and the Dive Shop will be the only Marine Corps outlets open on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday, Jan. 21. Marine Mart -9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Dive Shop -10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Marine Corps Exchange Outlets Closures -These outlets will be closed for year end inventory on these dates: Dive Shop Marine Mart -Main Store -Warehouse --Closed Jan. 12 Closed Jan. 13 -14 Closed Jan. 1821 Closed Jan. 22 24 Reflex Photo Club -There will be a meeting of the Reflex Photo Club Monday, Jan. 20, 6 p.m., Hobbyland. There will be a discussion on photo framing and the combination will be changed. For details call Dave, 2144 or Mike, 2919. Craft Class -A craft class, "Weaving Reed Into Basket," will be held Friday, Jan. 27, 6 -9 p.m., Community Center, Room 18. The fee is $10 per person. Students need to bring pencil, paper, four clip clothes pins and scissors. All other supplies will be provided. For more information, contact Mrs. Koose, 3516 AWH or Ms. Diaz, 3845 DWH. ------------------DAILY GAZETTE---------------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Cordon, USN.Camarder, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Odr. Rick Fischer, USN.Public Affairs Officer JOl Stayyiton. .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Neil aillebeao, DSM .:.Manag ing Editor JO3 Teri Thomas, USN.Assistant Editor Mrs. Diane Asmnerman. .Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.Production Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, uttler the direction of the public affairs officer. Theaily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government euipment, at the Navy Publications and Printi Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appearherein are not to be construed as official, or a the official views of the Navy Department or Comander, U.S. Naval Base. Command R + R Coordinators NAVSTA MARBKS NAS BCT/UIC FTG VC-10 USNH NSGA SIMA NEX WTS YIC Park Sgt. Maj. Cropper YN1 Bray DM1 Franks YN1 Baggett ACCM Grudzinski HM2 Goodwin Master Gunnery Sgt. Wieland HT2 Armstrong Mrs. Wilson Ms. Stammrich 4511/1 2114/39 6398/XX 2300/44 4272/21 6210/XX 4207/42 3215/40 4362/13 4355/7 2265/29 Note: 1. NAVSTA includes NAVBASE, JARCC, NAVSTA NHCB DET and PWD. 2. NAS includes NAS, AC OP DET and NAV WX SVC. 3. BCT/UIC includes ROICC, BRIG, EOD DET, SATCOMM, BCT, NLSOD, FLT AV, COMSYSTO, NIS, Red Cross, Print Shop, PSD and NBSP6. 4. HOSP includes HOSP, Dental and Veterinary Clinic. 5. NSGA includes NSGA and Co. "L". Jan. R Jan. Jan. and Jan. Jan. R Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 21 27 29 31 31 3 5 6 7 7 23 29 31 Feb. 3 5 7 7 10 10 ,Feb. 10 -12 Pueta Plata Grand Cayman Montego Bay Port Au Prince Montego Bay Grand Cayman Kingston Montego Bay Kinston La Romana Santo Domingo Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Travel Travel Travel Travel 12 -14 12 14 -18 18 -21 18 -20 21 -24 24 25 -28 25 -27 27 28 -March 3 Puerta Plata Port Au Prince D/S Puerta Plata Providenciales San Domingo Puerta Plata Port Au Prince Kingston Santo Domingo Port Au Prince D/S Grand Cayman Good response to school's career seminars. Thank you for agreeing to participate in this year's Career Seminars. We hope to make this an annual event. I have had a very good response from the students and they are really looking forward to it. There will be four sessions where you will be making your presentations. You will have a different set of students for each session. This will give students the opportunity to listen to four different career areas. Your presentation should last about 20 minutes. The sessions will be 28 minutes in length, and that leaves a little time for some questions. I would like you to arrive at the school between 7 and 7:15 a.m., so I can show you your room, introduce you to the teacher who will be helping you, and give you your class lists. There will also be coffee and doughnuts available. School will start at 7:28 a.m., with students reporting to their normal first hour class. There they will receive their schedules and the career seminars will begin. If you have any further questions or need to make arrangements for materials, do not hesitate to call me at 3100 or 3191 DWH or 2336 AWH. Thank you again. Rich Gamble W.T. Sampson High School -Letters to the editor r Milk -there's more you should know With respect to your article "Hot Milk" published in the Daily Gazette of Tuesday, Jan. 14, I would like to take the opportunity to add a few words. First, I would like to say that pasteurized, ultra high and sterilized milk products are standardized products. This means that by way of certrifugation, a part of the milkfat and protein have been separated from the fresh milk. For instance, cowmilk contains 4.80 percent milkfat. In order to get the desired 3.25 percent fat, 1.55 percent fat must be taken away. The excess milkfat and protein are used for butter and cheese production. An other way of producing standardized milk is adding heavy cream to skimmed milk which will then be standardized at the above mentioned 3.25 percent fat. After the standardization has been completed, the milk is heated to the desired temperature and homogenized. It is now ready for bottling. Pasteurization is usually done at 145 degrees for 30 minutes or at 161 degrees for not less than 15 seconds. Both methods destroy pathogenic organisms. However, since we do not want to kill any other bacteria but the pathogenic organisms, we prefer the first method, as all the other types of bacteria, enzymes and vitamins are healthy ingredients. Ultra high, and especially sterilized milk have very little to almost no bacterial life left. However, some heat resistant organisms may have survived and may be very dangerous if exposed to their optimum temperature. Fresh and pasteurized milk have many other types of bacterial left that will immediately slow down and/or halt the growth of this type of heat resistant bacteria, which usually have a higher optimum temperature, by quickly converting the milksugar into acid. This will then act as a protective shield for growth of this organism. High heated and sterilized milk are sometimes a little brown in color, which is a result of the caramelization of the milksugar. Atlthough ultra high and sterilized milk are an outstanding substitute for fresh and filled milk, it certainly is not as healthy. Also extreme care should be taken with its use and shelflife. In the filled milk, as we know it here, the animal fat has been replaced with tasteless coconut fat which contains many times less cholesterol, and is therefore a healthier product. It must be noted, however, that our milk, just like all the other pasteurized milk, only has a shelflife of 10 days, provided it has been kept refrigerated at 32 -35 degrees. Prolonged shelf life will very much affect taste and bacterial growth. J. Kuipers (Mgr.) Servite Int., Ltd. Wednesday, January 15 Thursday, January 30 Friday, February 14 Friday, February 28 Friday, March 14 Friday, March 28 Tuesday, April 15 Wednesday, April 30 Thursplay, May 15 Friday, May 30 Friday, June 13 Monday, June 30 Tuesday, July 15 Wednesday, July 30 Friday, August 15 Friday, August 29 Monday, September 15 Tuesday, September 30 Wednesday, October 15 Thursday, October 30 Friday, November 14 Friday, November 28 Monday, December 15 Tuesday, December 30 The Federal Insurance Contribution Act (FICA) deduction for calendar year 1986 will be 7.15 percent on maximum taxable wages of $39,600 and maximum tax of $2,831.40. 2 Daily Gazette Thursday, January 16, 1986. Semi-Monthly Payday Schedule Calendar Year 1986 o. L

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Job Market Navy Exchange The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-34, McCalla Hioll or phone 4 #1-85 Sales Clerk P/T PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 LGS-2/$2.75 leading to LGS-3/$3.42 #131-85 ood Service Worker F/T -1/$3.57 or LWG-1/$2.30 154-85 Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08 #165-85 Sales Clerk F/T PS-2/$3.99 or LGS-3/$3.42 #167-85 Cashier-Checker P/T PS-2/$3.99 or LGS-2/$2.75 #2-86. Food Service Worker (Bakery) NA-3/$4.42 #3-86 Receptionist P/T NA-3/$4.42 #4-86 Invoice Audit Clerk F/T AS-4/$4.68 or LGS-4/$4.08 #5-86 kales Clerk (Specialty) S-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42 INT. 348/4508. Position and Grade *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 Open Retail (Permanent/Temporary/FT/PT Store *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04, (Permanent/Temporary/FT/PT *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 Open Stop (Permanent and Temporary) Light *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 Inn Leading to GS-05, or GS/LGS-318-05 Open Retail (Permanent and Temporary) Store Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), Open Retail GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk Store (Typing), GS/LGS-203-05 Leeward *Accounting Technician, GS/LGSPoint 525-04 (Permanent and Temporary) Open Stop *Accounting Technician, GS/LGS-525Light 04 leading to GS-05, or GS/LGS-525Inn 05 (Permanent and Temporary) Open Pizza Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-2091Pub 02 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-2091-03 (INT) Open Blue Preduction Control Clerk, Caribe GS/LGS-303-04 Oats Transcriber, Keypunch/CRT Open Accounting Entry GS/LGS-356-02 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-356-03 (Permanent and Temporary) Open Retail Store Telephone Operator, GS/LGSLeeward Pt. 382-02/03 (Temp. Not to exceed one year) 4. Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 .1 Club (Part Time) (Temp. Not to exceed Eul tie. t lastonethe end of the school year, but ull time. At least one Contact 2645 for moreincumbents may be noncompetitively extended.) Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or N n n e I Sales Store Checker, LGS-209102 (INT, FT/PT) d to the Naval Base Recreation Aid, {S/LGS-0189-03 N e close of business (INT, FT/PT) on concerning these Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or N t the Naval Base Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 reviewing Vacancy (INT, FT/PT) l bulletin boards. Custodial Worker, NA/LWG-3566-01 N and NA/LWG-3566-02 (INT, FT/PT) LOCATION Fond Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408N 02 (I NT, FT/PT) NAS Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-02 N Recreation (INT, FT/PT) Rerain Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 NA Services (INT, FT/PT) Como Club Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 N 05, Supply (INT, FT/PT) --0 Det. Cidlcars Giver/Recreation Aid, NA arPS/LGS-0189-03, (INT,FT/PT) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) NA to the Naval Base PS/LGS-0189-03 (INT, FT/PT close of business Club Operations Assistant, N PS-1101-04 or Recrestion Assistant, LGS-0189-04 LOCATION (INT, FT/PT) 39-86 NAF-40-86 NAF-92-85-B 247-85-A Motor Vehicle Operator, WG/LWG-5703-07 Secretary (Typing), AS-318-05/LGS-318-04 Laundry Worker, NA/LWG-7304-02 Supply Clerk, GS/LGS-2005Temp. Not to exceed one ye (Open until filled) Applications should be submitted Civilian Personnel Office by the on Jan. 23. ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE 221-85-B Education Technician, GS-1702-04 leading to GS-1702-05, or GS-05 + ,p The Saler AUTO PARTS New '60 to '64 VW parts. Brake shoes, front and rear, king pin set, motor and transmission mount. Call Bob at 4164 DWH or 3740 AWH. AUTOS Back on the market! '76 Pinto, good condition, inspection good until September. Asking $1200 or best offer. Available at Ferry Landing on February 11. Call Danny at 4197 DWH or 2698 AWH. '65 Chevy Impala, two-tone paint job, white on blue, 283 w/headers dual exhaust, mag wheels, automatic, $2500. Call 3142 AT. '67 VW Bug, standard 3-speed, AM/FM cassette, good tires, no other fancies. Runs all right, but occassionally needs repairing. Inspection good until February. Best reasonable offer will take it. Call Chief Stebbins at 6493 DWH or 4648 AWH. Can be Ann. No. 01-86 02-86 03-86 04-86 05-86 06-86 07-86 Location All Cornands All Commands All Commands All Commands NBCPO All Comnands All Commands 08-86 Commissary 09-86 PWD 10-86 Supply 11-86 PWD 12-86 WTS Schools AF-13-86 Clubs AF-14-86 Recreation Services [AF-15-86 Recreation Services AF-16-86 All Comnands AF-17-86 Clubs AF-18-86 Clubs AF-19-86 Clubs AF-20-86 Clubs AF-21-86 Recreation Services AF-22-86 Recreation Services AF-23-86 Clubs Navy Campus *Applications are requested to submit two (2) SF-171's for this register in order to receive concurrent consideration. seen at C0167B. '78 Ford Truck, V8 F600, 406 c.i.d., flatbed dump body, 14,000 miles, 12-14 ton capacity, good condition, $8000. Call 4896 AT. '68 Chevy Truck, new brakes, new windshield, new exhaust, rebuilt starter, $550. Call Frank or Steve at 2376 AWH. '74 Volkswagon "Thing", excellent condition, good island transportation, $1900 neg. Call 4744 DWH or 3148 AWH. '70 Buick station wagon, new water pump, new transmission, new gas pump, everything works, $750. Call Hugh at 4653 DWH or 4011 AWH. '70 307 Camaro, recently painted, engine rebuilt, AM/FM cassette stereo. Also two Creg-mag rims 15" universial, and one gallon of same color of paint to repaint car, asking $1500 or best offer. Call Mr. Jackson at 6310 DWH. '79 Ford Pinto station wagon, $2800. Excellent mechanical condition. Available Jan. 24 at Ferry Landing. Call 4285 AWH or can be seen at Radio Point #2. BOAT MOTOR '82 Johnson 9.9hp long shaft outboard motor, good condition, $500 or best offer. Call 4451 AT. TWO WHEELERS CX500 Honda, watercooled, shaft drive, full fairing, saddle b ~Many extras, excellent n. Price reduced to $12 4.or quick sale call Danny at 4197 DWH or 2698 AWH. '74 Yamaha, two-cyclinder, two stroke, $350. Call Frank or Steve at 2376 AWH. '84 Yamaha 80cc motor scooter, low mileage, excellent condition, two helmets, $650. Call 4744 DWH or 3148 AWH. '74 Kawasaki KZ 400, 2 1/2 month old, black metallic paint, new rectifier, sprockets, chain, points, sparks, and spark cables. Clutch and throttle cables also new. New rear tire, fairing and two saddle bags included. Very dependable transportation, $1200 neg. The positions listed below are the 1986 Permanent Register which may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office. 3 Daily Gazette Thursday, January 16, 1986 RULES: Cont. from yesterday In determining a safe speed the following factors shall be taken into account. State of visibility. Traffic density. Manueverability of vessel (large ships) with special attention to stopping distance and turning ability. At night, the presence of background lights, such as from shore lights or back scuttle of her own lights. Draft in relation to the available to deoth of water. Narrow channels: A vessel of less than 20 meters in length or a sailing vessel shall not impede the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only within a narrow channel or fairway. A vessel proceeding along the course of a channel or fairway shall keep as near to the outer limit of the channel or fairway which lies in its starboard side and is safe and practicable (small boat should take out of the middle of the channel). A vessel engaged in fishing shall not impede the passage of any other vessel navigating within a narrow channel or fairway. A vessel shall not cross a narrow channel or fairway if such crossing impedes the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only with such channel or fairway. A vessel shall not cross a varrow channel or fairway if such crossing impeded the passage of a vessel which can safely navigate only within such channel or fairway. Any vessel shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid anchoring in a narrow channel. When two power-driven vessels are crossing so as to involve risk of collision, the vessel which has the other on its own starboard side shall keep out of the way and shall, if the circumstances of the case admit, avoid crossing ahead of the other vessel. Every vessel which is directed to keep out of the way of another vessel shall, so far as possible, take early and substantial action to keep well clear. A sailing vessel underway shall keep out of the way of a vessel restricted in its ability to maneuver and any ferry. Call PO Pontes at 4911 between 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. or can be seen at Oil Point 114 between 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Call Steve at 4419 for an appointment. Aero 125 motor scooter, mint condition, $1100. Call Paul at 4196 DWH or 3477 AWH. '79 Honda 400, tires and battery less than one year old, two helmets, $700. Call 4849/4486 OWN or 3567 AWH. CAMERA Pentax 35mm with 75-150mm lens, flash and case. All yours for only $250. Call 4451 AT. AIR CONDITIONERS One GE 18,500 BTU, one GE 14,000 BTU. Both under warranty. Available immediately. Guaranteed to cool your jets. Both for $400 or will sell separately. Call 3344. Four 12,500 BTUs. All for $400. Call 4285 AWH. WANTED Bedroom dresser w/mirror, two night tables, baby's changing table. If you can help, call P.O. Emrich at 4442/4499 AT. Marine Enlisted Full-Charge Bookkeeper, AS-7/1, f year bookkeeping experience required. information. Civilian Perso Applications should be submitte Civilian Personnel Office by th Jan. 21. Additional information vacancies may be obtained a Civilian Personnel Office or by Announcements posted on official ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE .h., b, \

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r Sports Georgetown upsets unbeaten Orangemen McEnroe defeated during opener (UPI) -Defending champion John McEnroe suffered an embarrassing defeat at the hands of Brad Gilbert in his opening match in the $500,000 Masters Tennis Championship in New York. Gilbert swept the last six games to complete a remarkable 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 upset, as McEnroe fought his temper and the crowd trying to regain his lost form. Rubbing the defeat in even further was the fact that Gilbert has been sick in bed the last two days with a sore throat and required a lot of medication. The two players exchanged words during one changeover in the second set, and Gilbert says McEnroe told him he did not belong on the sme court with him. In other action last night, top seed Ivan Lendl cruised past Tomas Smid, 6-1, 6-Love, in 61 minutes. Anders Jarryd rallied to defeat fellow Swede Joakim Nystrom, love-6,6-1,6-4, and Tim Mayotte used a single service break in each set to upset Yannick Noah, 6-4, 6-4. Johan Kriek meets Andres Gomez and Boris Becker faces Mats Wilander in two quarter final matches tonight. Gilbert meets Jarryd and Lendl will take on Mayotte in quarter final action. Coming soon: A new look (AP) -Syracuse fell from the ranks of college basketball's undefeated team last night. The fourth-ranked Orangemen were beaten by 15th-rated Georgetown 73-70. The Hoyas trailed through the entire first half, then rallied as David Wingate scored 12 of his 18 points in part two. Reggie Williams added 17 points for Georgetown. Sixth-ranked Memphis State shot 69 percent from the field in the first half while building a 19-point lead, and the Tigers held off Cincinnati 89-71. Number-seven Oklahoma won for the 16th straight time. Tim McCalister scored 27 points and Darryl Kennedy hit 23 as the Sooners topped Colorado 94-82. Danny Manning tallied 21 points to lead eight-ranked Kansas past Nebraska 81-70. Dave Hoppen scored 25 for the Cornhuskers. The Sportsman By Charles Morey Walter Payton must feel they will need a super aerial like somebody who has been game. around the downs eleven times Nobody, well, almost and finally sees the winner's nobody, expects the PATS to circle dead ahead. be able to run on the Bears He has completed 11 for significant yardage. That tremendous years with the more or less leaves the ball Chicago Bears, and, for the in Tony Eason's right hand. first time, is getting a Can the young quarterback chance at the ultimate dream survive the brutal Bear pass of all pro football players, rush and get the ball to his a Super Bowl championship receivers downfield? He did ring. not in September, when the There must have been years Bears punished the Pats, when Walter felt like another 20-7, in Soldier Field. The Walter, the great pitcher, Bears bounced Tony like the Walter Johnson. He waited Globetrotters bounce a until his eighteenth year basketball. with the Washington Senators before he got a chance to However, the New England pitch in the World Series. offensive line has improved The fire in his fast ball greatly since then, and, was not much more than embers apparently, so has Eason. He when the chance came in '24. looked bad in the early port He lost his first two games of the season, and finally in the series to the New York went out of the lineup with Giants. But he won the big an injury. The veteran Steve one, the seventh and deciding Grogan rushed to the rescue, game, pitching the relief. posted six victories in a Something like that could row, and then was injured happen on January 26, when himself. Back come Eason, a Payton and the Chicago Bears new improved Eason, to lead take on the New England New England to the playoffs. Patriots in the Super Bowl. All he did after that was to The ultimate in a drama would quarterback the club to three be a winning touchdown run by straight upset victories in Payton with only seconds to the playoffs, which put New play. England in the Super Bowl. Walter already has his In those three games, wins share of honors, and he is a over the Jets, Raider, and cinch to make it Pro Football Dolphins, Eason pitched the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. ball only 42 times, an He is the all time leader in average of 14 per game. He rushing, with 14,860 yards, completed 29, a very nice and there is no telling how total, and five went for high that figure will grow touchdowns. before he calls it a day. New England ran the ball three and a half times as The feeling is almost often in those games as it unanimous among football passed. That ratio will not experts that, if the New go against the Bears. If England Patriots are to upset Eason can connect with his the Bears in the Super Bowl, receivers, It could open up nyArea Athletics Rec Shoot -There will be a Rec Shoot January 19 at NAVSTA Pistol Range, 1:30 p.m. -3:30 p.m. Petty Officer, Washburn will be in charge. For more information, call 2479. Racquet Club -A one day only mixed doubles pick your partner tennis tournament is scheduled for Saturday, January 18, at the RacCuet Club. Sign ups will be accepted until p.m. tsday. For mere information, call Monda Rieck, 2666, or Bob Rohe, 2423. the Bear defense and give Craig James and Tony Collin some room to run. But it is large order for a young and relatively inexperienced quarterback. Ninth-ranked St. John's shut down Seton Hall in the second half and pulled out a 74-58 victory. Walter Berry ahd 20 points for the Redmen. Kentucky, ranked 11th, held off a Mississippi State comeback and took a half game lead in the Southeastern Conference with a 64-52 win over the Bulldogs. Center Dave Burgess scored all 12 of his points in the second half to help 16th-ranked Virginia Tech pull away from James Madison for a 73-65 victory. Tech guard Dell Curry scored 21 points, grabbed eleven rebounds and reached the 2,000 point mark for his college career. Nets rip past 76ers 123-89 (AP) -Philadelphia's five-game NBA winning streak ended last night. So did Denver's. The New Jersey Nets used 27 points from Otis Birdsong to rip the 76ers 123-89. The Nuggets lost in Boston 123-100. Kevin McHale scored 33 for the Celtics. Golden State mauled the Utah Jazz 150-104. Eight Warriors scored in double figures. Gerald Wilkins scored 14,of his 19 points, in the fourth quarter to help the New York Knicks slip past the Dallas Mavericks 116-112. Clark Kellogg returned to Indiana's lineup for the first time since his November knee surgery. He scored 13 fourth-quarter points, but the Pacers came up short of the Portland Trail Blazers 109-104. Thirty points from Ralph Sampson carried the Houston Rockets past the San Antionio Spurs 119-113. The Los Angeles Clippers held off Seattle 110-103. Xavier McDaniel scored a game-high 33 points for the Supersonics. Isiah Thomas and Bill Laimbeer teamed for 52 points as the Pistons stopped Chicago 123-115. In other basketball news, Bulls' center Janaan Oldham missed last night's game against Detroit. The NBA suspended Oldham for one game without pay and fined him $1500. He and Washington center Manute Bol were involved in a fight during a game Tuesday night. Bol was fined $500. Also, Cleveland guard World B. Free was released from a Cleveland hospital yesterday, after spending a night under observation. He had taken jolt to the head in a game Tuesday. The doctor for Johnny Moore says a case of meningitis will keep the San Antonio guard out of action the rest of the season. Alvin Robertson takes over Moore's starting spot. And Seattle has signed 6-foot-7 David Pope, who has been playing in the Continental Basketball Association. Sidelines. Mayveather Takes Unanimous Victory -(UPI) -Former World Boxing Association Junior Lightweight Champion Roger Mayweather of Las Vegas scored a unanimous 10-round lightweight win over Walter Sims of North Hollywood last night in Las Vegas. Mayweather, ranked number 10 by the World Boxing Council and number five by the International Boxing Federation, battered the unranked Sims throughout the bout. Mayweather controlled the tempo of the fight and continually got off his punches first. There were no knockouts, but both fighters were cut. Pats Coach To Make Decision -(AP) -New England Patriots' coach Raymond Berry says he will decide tomorrow whether Irving Fryar will play in the Super Bowl. Fryar severed a tendon in the little finger of his right hand earlier this month, and missed the AFC Championship l game. He is the NFL's leading punt returner. USFL Has Confirmed Comittments -(AP) -The USFL says it now has commitments from eight teams for this fall's season. That is six fewer teams than played during the 1985 spring season. The eight franchises are Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, Orlando, Arizona, Baltimore, Birmingham, Memphis and New Jersey. Last Living Member Dies -(AP) -The last a YV living member of Norte Dame's Four Horsemen died at age 83 yesterday in Scranton, Pa. Jim Crowley was the left halfback in the 1924 backfield that led the Irish to their first National Football Championship. LflJIL[iLELfl~ I,' II f i / Daily Gazette Thursday, January 16, 1986 i S 3 i i l I i a l w .ll Mll


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