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DA ILY GA ZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 12" -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Friday, January 17. 1986


Thousands of fighters massing in Lebanon


(UPI) -- Thousands of Shiite
*d Druze militamen have lssed on the fringes of
Christian strongholds and they could launch an "all-out defensive against President
Gemagel's forces."
They are waiting to see how
their leaders will respond to the ouster of pro-Syrian Christian chieftain Elie Hobeika by Gemayel loyalists.
The 28-year-old Hobeika
fled to Paris yesterday after two days of fighting in and around Beirut that left at least 200 people dead. He was


Reagan to get exam

(UPI) -- President Reagan is cheduled to go back to
inthesda Naval Hospital today or a physical exam.
The president will have his
first complete physical exam since he underwent surgery
last July for removal of two feet of cancerous colon.
Reagan says he is "not looking forward to" the
post-operative test.
Prior to today's procedure,
Reagan will be given mild sedatives. Doctors will insert a tube into his lower intestine to check for any
presence of malignancy.
There is a chance the
president will have to stay at the hospital overnight.
White House spokesman Larry Speaks says there are no
plans to turn over Reagan's powers to Vice President
Bush.


the only Christian signer of a Syrian-backed peace pact that would have reduced Gemayel 's power. Lebanese Moslem leaders met yesterday with Syrian officials in Damascus to discuss the crisis. As they


did, pro-Syrian, mainly opposition Christian militiamen shelled Gemayel's mountain stronghold 11 miles northeast of Beirut. The barrage eased up by last night.


Flight schedule


C-9B (MEDEVAC) C-12 (21-21) 727 MAC 727 MAC C-141 Cargo 727 MAC
727 MAC


11:50 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m.
10:10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m.


Roosey Road Grand Cayman Kingston Norfolk
Roosey Road Kingston Norfolk


Note:
Monday's C-9B flight continues to Andrews.* Thursday's C-141 flight continues to Norfolk.* All military personnel traveling to Norfolk that they must travel in dress blue uniform.


1:50 9:30 1:15 6:59 1:15 1:15
6:59


P.M.*
a.m p.m.
p.m.
p.m.*
p.m.
p.m.


are reminded


C-12 passengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry boat. is limited on the C-12 to 20 pounds per person.


Baggage


Saturday
1:00 p.m. Football
NCAA Football
Senior Bowl
North vs. South 4:00 p.m. CNN Headline News 4:30 p.m. PGA Golf
Bob Hope/Chryster
Classic Third
Round
6:30 p.m. CNN Headline News


Captain's Hotline


Inquiry: The question was raised at a recent "Open
Line" regarding the legality and suitablity of personal satellite dishes in g antanamo Bay. " esponse: This is not the
first inquiry concerning the construction of satellite dishes. I asked the Staff Judge Advocate to look into this matter, and he told me that the matter was considered in 1984. Capt.
Allen determined in January 1985 that personal satellite dishes would not be authorized and I support that
position.
There are good policy
reasons which are as relevant today as they were a year
ago.
I will list just a few:
(1) Many of the housing
units do not have adequate Stdoor space available, and
nsequently many people who lould like to have private
satellite receivers would be unable to find adequate space
to set them up. It would be unfair to all concerned to allow just those who did have available space to errect
dishes.
(2) Satellite dishes are a
potential source of claims against the U.S. Navy. They could be damaged by weather, by other people, or in shipment that may require
claims payment for repair or replacement. They could create an attractive nuisance to children who might want to


play around them, and the children could get hurt. And in order to ensure some kind of safety, preclude children getting injured playing around the structures, additional fencing around the structures would be required. This is not consistent with
base housing policy.
(3) While there is no statutory prohibition against individuals owning satellite dishes, there is a potential for copyright violations. It is unacceptable that the Navy initiate action which would allow activity that has such
a great potential to violate the law. Copyright violations could occur if someone were to reproduce and then sell shows that were transmitted.
(4) Even if there was no copyright violation, many of the channels received would be pay channels, and for the Navy to protect individuals
who obtaining free what others must pay for is inconsistent with the relationship between the
Federal government and the cable networks. We are now installing a cable TV here, with a careful view toward recognizing and supporting commercial interest of the legitimate
cable companies who transmit on satellite. Personal dishes would be inconsistent with that careful consideration.
The new base cable system should be in operation by the end of March 1986.


Sunday
11:30 p.m. CNN Headline News Noon NBA Basketball
L.A. Lakers vs.
Detroit Pistons 2:30 p.m. Comet Hailey 3:30 p.m. Wide World of
Sports
NCAA Track and Field Championship and International Invitational Platform
Diving
4:30 p.m. PGA Golf
Bob Hope/Chrysler
Classic Final
Round
6:30 p.m. CNN Headline News 7:00 p.m. American Interest



Seven states

possible for

nuclear dump

(UPI) -- The Energy Department's list of 20 sites in seven states as possible locations for the nation's
second nuclear waste dump is drawing sharp responses from those states.
The proposal, unveiled yesterday, includes locations in Georgia, Maine, Minnesota,
New Hampshire, North Carolian, Virginia and Wisconsin. The facility would be used to isolate high-level
radio-active wastes, mostly spent fuel rods, from nuclear
power plants. The rods remain radio-active for thousands of years.
North Carolina Congressman William Hendon simply says, "We don't want it."
Wisconsin State Senator Joseph Strohl says, "There are no sites in Wisconsin at
this point that are acceptable."
Democratic Representative Edward Markey of Massachusetts accuses the Energy
Department of being "in a radio-active trance" in considering putting an atomic waste dump in New England.


Around the globe


Red Light Districts In New York City (UPI) -- A proposal by a New York Bar Association committee would create red light districts in New York City where prostitutes could legally walk the streets. Under the plan, city officials would decide which areas to set aside for prostitution. The proposal also suggests tougher penalties in non-designated areas.

Soviet Negotiators Set New Proposal (UPI) -Soviet negotiators have set forth a sweeping new proposal to eliminate all nuclear weapons in the United States and Soviet Union by the year 2000. The proposal apparently surprised U.S. delegates yesterday morning at the open of a new round of Geneva Arms talks. President Reagan is urging the Soveits to back up the proposal with action at the bargaining table.

Nuclear Plant Shuts Down For Repairs (UPI) -The operators of the Three Mile Island nuclear plant in Harribsburg, Pa., say they plan to bring the Unit-One reactor to a "cold shutdown" for repairs. It will be the first cold shutdown for the Three Mile Island Unit-One since CPU Nuclear re-started the reactor three months ago. Unit-One was not damaged in the 1979 near-meltdown of its twin.

Steel Workers Call On President Reagan (UPI) -Some 550 leaders of United Steel Workers of America Union locals are calling on President Reagan to declare a national emergency in the nation's steel communities. The basic steel industry conference meeting in Washington yesterday, also proposed a plan to revitalize the country's industrial sector. The union says 250,000 steelworkers have lost their jobs in the
last seven years and predicts another 30,O00will be unemployed in the next few years.

Attempted Murder Charges Dismissed (UPI) -- A New York Supreme Court judge has dismissed attempted murder charges against subway gunman Bernhard Goetz, but is urging that the case be put before a third grand jury. State Justice Stephen Crane says he dropped the charges on the grounds that an assistant district attorney did not properly instruct the jury.

South African Bishop Stops In Detroit (UPI) -South African Bishop Desmond Tutu met yesterday with the chairman of General Motors, Roger Smith, to talk about Apartheid. Tutu stopped in Detroit midway through a three-week, 12-city American tour. The Nobel Peace Prize winner says he is telling business leaders they are supporting "one of the most vicious systems the world has known." 7

Officials Beef Up Installations (UPI) -- Italian military officials are beefing up military installations if Sicily because of threats from Libya. The state-run Italian television network says 500 troops equipped with 30 anti-aircraft guns plus radar equipment arrived in Sicily yesterday from a port in northeastern Italy. The batteries are part of the Italian 121st Regiment. Libyan leader Monmar Khadfy has threatened to attack sites in the Mediterranean if the United States attacks Libya.


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Guantanamo Bay Amateur Radio Club -- There will be a meeting of the Guantanamo Bay Amateur Radio Club Monday, Jan. 20, 7:30 p.m., at the Ham Shack. Yearly dues will be collected and the combination will be changed at this time. For more information, call Tim Miller, 2169 or 2300 DWH.

College Students -- Attention all prospective college students, due to misinformation, City Colleges of Chicago will extend registration through Thursday, Jan. 21. There is still time to put your chit for tuition assistance. City Colleges of Chicago Office will be open Monday, Jan. 20, to assist students.

Eastern Cantata -- Rehearsels for the community Easter Cantata will begin Thursday, Jan. 23, 8 - 9 p.m., Base Chapel. Nursery will be provided. For more information, call Judy Springman, 4867. Everyone is invited.

CPO Hail and Farewell -- Three will be a CPO Hail and Farewell Saturday, Jan. 25, featuring "Mongolian Barbecue," beef, pork and turkey, cooked to perfection, with all the trimmings, 95 cents an ounce, meat only, and a cash bar. Dress is semi-formal. The CPO Club Patio will be open for the authorized patrons not attending the function.

Military Leadership Exams -- Military Leadership Exams for prospective E4 through E7 candidates will be administered Thursday, Jan. 23, 7:30 a.m., in the Windjammer Club. Participants must submit a special request chit or memorandum from their division officer
to Officer-In-Charge, Personnel Support Detachment, no later than Monday, Jan. 21, at 3 p.m.

Civilian Employees -- Civilian employees who have their supervisors permission and have purchased a ticket may be excused, without charge to leave, to
attend the Cuban-American Friendship Day.

Naval Hospital -- The Naval Hospital will close at noon, for routine patient appointments, Friday, Jan. 31, for the Cuban-American Friendship Day Celebration. Sickcall and emergency patients will be treated in the Emergency Room.-For further information contact the appointment desk, 2200 or 2208.

NAVBASE Officers Hail and Farewell -- Celebrate Chinese New Year, Saturday, Feb 1, at the COMO. Visit Hong Kong Tailor for an appropriate frock. Tickets are available at the club or command representative. The menu is featuring "Sweet and Sour Spare Ribs," "Almond Chicken," egg rolls, fried rice, oriental vegetables and almond jello.

Red Cross -- The Red Cross is still in need of donations for our fund-raising rummage sale. Please help us by either dropping items at the Red Cross Building or call Merry, 3169, or Louis, 2234, for pickup. Leeward Point donations will be collected weekly at Building #1520, Fire Protection Division, we are helping, will you?

Safety Alert -- Office partitions manufactured by Delta Manufacturing and Sales, Inc., Arlington, Texas, must be removed from service as soon as possible. Their partitions do not comply with flammability requirements. To be sure that they are "Delta" partitions, you will have to look for the identification label or tag. To report and return these partitions, please call Supply Department, Material Officer, Lt. Cmdr. Bremer, 4495.

Post Office -- The finanace section of the Post Office will be open 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. in order to improve customer service with additional hours.


-------------- DAILY GAZE[1E
U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily ewspaper
Capt. John Condon, USN...............Canmarier, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Grdr. Rick Fischer, USN...............Public Affairs Officer
JOl StaceeyByington.............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Nail Willebeau, USN......................Mxnaginq Editor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN........................ Assistant dBitor
Mrs. Diane Amerman ...................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efioff.................Production Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station r6wspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gzette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipnemt, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions aM statements at haa -erein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Ccnmander, U.S. Naval Base.


A Dream Remembered!
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Activities to commemorate the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., will be held here Jan. 20, and this year's theme in honor of the slain civil rights leader is -"Living the Dream."
As of now, a 5K run/walk, prayer breakfast and memorial service are planned.
The 5K Run/Walk starts at 7 a.m. and it takes place at Windmill Beach. It is a
predict-your-own-time-race, and the winner is determined by who completes the race closest to their predicted finish time. This
is a race for everyone, regardless of their conditioning.

A memorial prayer service will be held following the race, beginning at 8 a.m. Then there will be a covered dish breakfast. If you want to attend, please bring a covered dish to share, and help make it a breakfast that everyone will long remember.
Also on Jan. 20, in the Base Chapel at 5 p.m., there will be a memorial service to commemorate Dr. King's works and his contributions to America and the world.


7 This marks the first year that
Dr. King's birthday is a
nationally recognized holiday.
Please help mark this important day and get involved with the activities that are scheduled.
Let's go on "Living the Dream."
For more information, call 2484
or 3361.


Master's program

wll he delayed
The Golden Gate University graduate program is on hold. The dean of education in California had approval to begin classes as scheduled.
However, the Western Regional Association required
him to file a 90-day waiting period, in order to give them time to ensure library resources were more than adequate. Also, it gave the time to make arrangements have more of their professors teach the graduate courses in addition to our qualified professors.
The resident director regrets the inconvenience this has caused to those enrolled in the classes. He has been assured the delay will be to our advantage, for the quality and delivery of the Master's Degree Program.
Everything has been taken care of here and the community response was outstanding. We want the program, as we know it is successful on 60 other military installations. We must be patient until th association completes t procedure.
Please call 4307 or 4769, if the postponement will cause a problem. We will be happy to work out anything we can. Thank you for your understanding.

Mary Ackerman
Linda Plakinger




Electric

useage

Our current rate of electrical usage here is. very high.
The Energy Action Team is running a series of charts showing what we are spending on fuel for electrical production as compared to how much we have budgeted.
What we need to emphasize is, that when we overspend, our budget, money must be diverted from other base funds.

Electrical Usage
Jan. 6 - 12
Electricity Fuel Cost
Usage Budget MON $22,202 $18,705 TUE $21,620 $18,705 WED $21,237 $18,705 THU $21,054 $18,705 FRI $21,620 $18,705 SAT $21,828 $18,705 SUN $21,454 $18,705 Total $151,015 $130,935


$20,080 Over Budget


Local nominations sought for Great American Family

Local nominations are being sought for this year's Great American Family Awards Program, and three families here will be selected to represent Guantanamo
Bay.
The program is being conducted locally in . cooperation with the Washington-based American Family Society, the sponsor of the program.
This is not a contest, and families are sought who nurture individual growth of their members, have strong teamwork and love in the home, and who extend friendship and service to others.
Single and two parent families, young families, older and extended families, adoptive and foster families are all eligible for the program.
Nomination forms and sepcific criteria for the Great American Family Awards Program are available at the Family Services Center or from the Chaplain's Office.
Deadline for nominations is Jan. 31, and they can be S turned into the Family Services Center or sent to the FSC at Guard Mail Stop 59.
Watch the Daily Gazette and TV8 for more details and updates of the family program.


Friday, January 17, 1986


Management intern

slots available
The Navy's Mess Management Intern Program does two things:
* You get a great career opportunity.
* We get quality club managers.
Your intern training will last up to 18 months and will include:
* Classroom instruction in Navy Club management,
personnel management, supervisory training, finance,
budgeting and Navy correspondence.
* Travel with a NMPC field representative to view
operations from a different perspective.
You will evaluate, analyze, and recommend solutions
to our "problem operations." Job Requirements:
* Bachelor degree from accredited university with major
emphasis on Hotel and Restaurant Management or
equivalent experience.
* Flexible schedule for up to 18 months and upon completion be willing and able to relocate. Benefits:
* $17,800 annual salary (VA-7).
* Excellent benefits package.
* Opportunity to travel.
* A great opportunity for a challenging career in the
Navy Club System.
To Apply:
Send standard form (SF-171) or resume to:
Pam Crespi
Recreational Services Department
NMPC-113D
Washington, D.C., 20370-5000
For more information, call Kathy Miller, 202-694-4422


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YARD SALES
Caravella Point 14B
Saturday from 8 a.m. until ?
College course books, student desk still in box, Dacor vest, child's fins and mask plus other dive items, Jamaican baskets, girls, boys
and mens clothing and shoes.
Many more items of interest.

Tierra K 45 Saturday from
8 a.m. until ? Come on out.

Oil Point 4 Saturday from 9 a.m. until ? Furniture, ,jnhousehold goods, clothes, 'hristmas decorations, and
other misc. items.

Ocean View #3 (Across from McCalla Hanger Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m.
Large handmade doll house, stroller, baby pool float,
clothes, pink bedruffle, and much more. Do not miss out on
the bargains.

Tierra K 20 Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. There is something for everyone.
Bikes, appliances, end tables and coffee table, exercise bike, baby items, recliner, clothes, all sorts of sizes, Spanish style shelving unit,
sleeper sofa, and lots of
miscellaneous.

Corinaso Point 5 Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Dive gear, saddle bags for motorcycle, helmet, crib, high chair, strollers and
other misc. items.

Center Bargo 1199B Saturday from 8 a.m. until ?
Kitchen goods, books, plants, outdoor planters, sewing
supplies, lots of extras.

adio Point 724A Saturday
om 8 a.m. until noon. This

is a three-family sale.
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, A/FM cassette, good tires, other fancies. Runs all ght, 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 AW.

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'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.
AUTO PARTS
Front and rear glass for '69 Ford LTD. Call Brian at 3487 AWH.

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.
TWO WHEELERS
'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. 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.

ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Pioneer LD660 video laser disk player and 20 laser movies, excellent condition, $650 neg. Call 2696.

Dual model 624 turntable with cartridge, $100. Call 3492 AWH.

Compact stereo system Quasar with glass rack, speakers, includes turntable, etc. One years old, $225 or best offer. Call Saundra at 4513 DWH or 2627 AWH.

Pioneer 911-A speakers, 4-way 6 speaker system, max. input power 150w, external dimensions 16 i/2"wx 25"h x
11 3/4"d, new, never used, $150 each. Call 3285 AWH.
BOAT MOTOR
'82 Johnson 9.9hp long shaft
outboard motor, good condition, $500 or best offer. Call 4451 AT.
CAMERA
Pentax 35mm with 75-150mm lens, flash and case. All yours for only $250. Call
4451 AT.
PETS
Free to a good home. German Shepherd/Lab mix, still a puppy, just nine-months-old. She needs more space than we have. Very playful, all black, no markings. Call Bill at 4820 DWH or Linda at 2249 DWH or 2862 AWH.


Friday, January 17, 1986


FURNITURE
Hanging rattan basket chair, $35; girl's White Provincial bedroom set, twin size canopy bed w/box spring and mattress, large dresser to match, $100; small wooden dresser, $10; round rattan table with glass top, two wicker burri chairs to match, $100; brand new dishwasher, only used six times, $300; older model stereo in wooden cabinet, includes phonograph, 8-track and AM/FM radio, good condition, $75; 55-gallon aquarium, $50. Call 4744 DWH or 3148 AWH.

King size mattress and box springs, in very clean condition, $75. Call 4542 AT.

Buy a China cabinet, get a dinnette set free, all for $300 neg. Call Neeley at 2300 DWH or 2976 AWH.

Two small 4-drawer and one 3-drawer dresser, good for little ones, $30 for all three. Available end of February; small desk, $25. Available now. Call 3492 AWH.

A four-piece set rattan furniture, sofa, two chairs, with coffee table, $450;
seven-piece dinning set, six chairs, $250, one small wall unit, $40. All in excellent condition. Serious inquiry only. Call Greg at 4141 DWH or 3423 AWH or can be seen at Villamar 263C.

Spanish small table with four matching chairs, great for small kitchen, $80. Call 3532 AT.

Six-piece living room set; sofa; love seat, chair, coffee table and two end tables, good condition, $500. Call Stacey at 4819 DWH or 2589 AWH.

Dinette set, seats six, eight with center leaf, four matching chairs, excellent condition, $100. Call Stacey at 4819 DWH or 2589 AWH.

Coffee tables set of three for $100 or $40 each; bunk beds w/mattress, $125. Call 3492 AWH.

Sleeper/sofa, queen size; spanish style shelving units. Call 2838 AT.

DRAPES
One set of navy blue drapes, 108x84, almost new, will fit sliding glass doors of TK housing. Also have rod to go with them. Call 2838 AT.
BOOKS
Book for City College of Chicago, Indtroduction to Algebra I. Call Holt at 6195/6353 DWH or 6129 AWH.
MISCELLANEOUS
One D.P. Pacer 200 exercise bike. Call 2838 AT.
CARPETING
One 5'10"x9 rug canvas, partially worked in tones of rust, tan and brown. Original pattern plus yarn, binding and hooks, $35 takes it all. Call Merry at 3169.

Excellent quality Flokati rugs from Greece, 7x9 super heavy weight, never used,
beautiful rugs, asking $275. Call 3285 AWH.

One 15x22 capet to fit TK housing, $275. Call 3492 AWH.

DIVE GEAR
Complete scuba outfit. Tank, BC, regulator, two sets fins, masks and snorkles, weight belt, "gousta" gloves, dive gloves, two game bags, compass/depth gage, knife, flashlight, spear gunm and mask antifog, $550 firm.
Nothing sold separatley. Bag for all items. Call 4283 AT.


BICYCLES
Holdsworth Pro, road racing
bike campy equipped throughout, $500. Extra tubes and wheels, excellent condition. Call Dudley at 2269 DWH.

Raleigh 10-speed bike, $110. Very good condition. Also selling spare tires and extra wheels. Call Dudley at 2269
DWH.

CHINA
.Complete set of Noritake China, 97 pieces, Allison pattern (white china with gold rim), never used, asking $450. Call 3285 AWH.
AIR CONDITIONERS
One 2 1/2 years old 18,500 BTU, $300, one 3 years old 18,500 BTU, $250. Both in excellent condition. Serious inquiries call Greg at 4141 DWH or 3423 AWH or can be seen at Villamar 263C.
APPLIANCES
Sears 6.1 cu.ft. chest freezer, $125. Availalbe March 1. Call 3492 AWH.

Sears electric range with self cleaning oven. Range in
storage for last four years, like new condition, $200 or best offer. Call 3532 AT.
LOST
Blue back pack containing
swim gear. Lost on road between Marine Site and Golf Course on Saturday, January 11. If you have, please call Dan at 4503 DWH or 2888 AWH.

Reward! Black and white Huffy
525 12-speed taken from Marine Barracks Christmas Eve. No questions asked, just want bike back. Call MSgt Pander at 3039 tKH.
BABY ITEMS
Sears full size baby bed with
mattress, $80 or best offer. Call 3532 AT.
WANTED
In need of a small block Chevrolet engine in good running condition. Call Brian at 3487 AWH.

Looking for a female Cocker Spaniel (preferrably with papers) for a date with my Cocker, His interest are puppies, dancing, dinner dates and fire hydrants. Call
4849 DWH or 3736 AWH and ask for Scott.

Windshield for '71 VW bus. Call 3982 or 6290 AT.

Two considerate, attractive,
eligible men are interested in serious relationships with eligible women stationed
here. Write them at Marine Barracks Command, Box 32. Only those women sincerely interested need reply.

An outboard engine up to 35hp in good working condition. Call Bill at 4857 DWH or 3361
AWH.

One men's 10-speed bicycle in good condition at reasonable price. Call Fred at 4295 DWH. If not there, leave name and number on machine.
SERVICES
Car waxing. Too busy to keep that expensive car from
oxidizing and looking sharp? Then call for an estimate
Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2981. Very reasonable, consider the
value of your car.

Decorated cakes for those special days. Different shapes and sizes including character cakes like Care
Bear, Cabbage Patch Doll, Snoopy, and Big Bird. Call Francesca at 2122 AT.

I will prepare egg rolls. Hot
and cold hors d'oeuvres for your next party. Call 3165 after 7 p.m.


New method

helps "spot"

drunk drivers

(AFPS) -- A new test that relies on involuntary eye movement is being used around
the nation and in the armed forces to help identify suspected drunk drivers.
The procedure, called Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (nystagmus: the regular back
and forth movement of the eye) , requires suspected
drunk drivers to follow an object with their eyes in
much the same way they would druing an eye examination.
Dr. Arol Augsburger, clinical associate professor at Ohio State University's College of Optometry and vision consultant to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, said
that the test, when used in conjunction with current roadside sobriety procedures, will correctly identify individuals with blood-alcohol levels above .10 percent with 90-plus percent accuracy. A blood alcohol reading of .10 percent or more is considered evidence of drunkeness in most states.
Eye concentration
After a suspected drunken
driver has been administered the standard "walk and turn" and "one-leg stand" tests, he is asked to look at an object (usually a penlight or a pencil) held 15 inches from his face. As the officer moves the object from side to side, he concentrates on the
subject's eye movement.
Augsburger said there is a dramatic change in the eye movement of people with blood-alcohol levels above
.10 percent;
"Normally, eye movement is very smooth," he pointed out. "As the blood-alcohol level increases, eye movement
becomes jerky."
The officer will then move the object horizontally 50 to 60 degrees, causing the suspect's eyes to move as far to the side as possible. "At that point, there is a marked
jerky movement in the eye that is c-ompletely involuntary when bloodalcohol levels are above .10
percent," said Augsburger.
If jerkiness of eye movement is seen before the
eyes reach a 45 degree angle, there is a good possibility that the suspect has a blood-alcohol level above .10 percent, said Augsburger. If the jerkiness begins after the eyes have reached 45 degrees, the chances are less.

Services training

The procedure is beginning to be used by the services. Said Maj. Robert Baldwin of the Office of Army Law Enforcement, "The procedure will become standard in the Army. We are actively working to designate time in the curriculum at the Military Police School to train our
people in the procedure."
Tom Clark of the Law Enforcement and Physical Security Programs Policy
Branch, Naval Security and Investigation Command, said some Navy law enforcement people have been training
themselves.
"In areas where state agencies recognize the procedure, it is being used," he said, adding that the
procedure will become part of standardized field sobriety testing in the Navy.













Minnesota beats Michigan 73-63


(AP)-- The University of Minnesota stepped into college basketball's limelight by upsetting second ranked Michigan last night 73-63. Guard Marc Wilson led the Gophers to the victory by scoring 22 of his 24 points
in the second half. Minnesota trailed by one point with 15 minutes left in the game, then went on a 25-12 tear in which Wilson scored 15 points. The Gophers iced the game by hitting 15 of their last 17 free throws.
Michigan's loss adds a little more drama to a game tomorrow in Chapel Hill, N.C. Undefeated and top-ranked North Carolina hosts unbeaten and third-rated Duke.


Last night Duke smashed Wake Forest 92-63. David Henderson led the Blue Devils with 17 points.
Alabama-Birmingham was upset at home. Western Kentucky beat the twelfth ranked Blazers 75-72, in overtime. Billy Gordon had 20 points for the Hilltoppers, including a 15-foot jumper with five seconds remaining. Teammate Kannard Johnson
added 18 points and tied the score at 72-All with a jump just before Gordon hit the winning shot. UAB's Steve Mitchell canned 24 points and broke the school's career scoring record during the
game.
Tenth-ranked Nevada-Las


Vegas topped Cal-Santa Barbara 79-65 behind 31 points from senior Anthony Jones.
Seventeenth-ranked Texas-El
Paso survived a scare in Hawaii. The Niners nipped Rainbow 65-63.
Number-19 Purdue romped
past Northwestern 85-64. The Boilermakers broke open the game by scoring 14 straight
points to open the second half.
Bradley, ranked twentieth,
won for the seventeenth time in 18 games. The Braves ripped West Texas State 78-53 as sophomore guard Hersey Hawkins netted 21 points.


Milwaukee wins, Atlanta on a streak


(UPI) -- Milwaukee earned a 114-98 NBA victory over Washington last night. The Bucks saw a 23-point lead cut
to six in the final quarter before they built the final
margin. Terry Cunings had a game high 35 points for the Bucks. Bullets' guard Leon
Wood finished with 25 points and Gus Williams added 24.


Atlanta won for the seventh time in eight games. The Hawks leapt to a 26-point halftime lead and strolled past the Cleveland Cavaliers
116-99. Dominique Wilkins had 26 points for the winners.

The Los Angeles Lakers pulled away from the L.A. Clippers in the third quarter


and went on to a 112-96 victory. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar jammed in 26 points for the Lakers.
San Antonio guard Johnny Moore underwent surgery yesterday for the second in 28 hours. He was listed in stable condition. Moore is out for the season with meningitis.


Bruins douse Flames 3-2, NHL fines Buffalo coach


(UPI) -- There were two NHL games last night, Ray Borque's power play goal in the first period started the Bruins on the way to a 3-2 victory over the Calgary Flames. That is Boston's only power play in the team's last 15 man advantage opportunites.
Two goals by Dino Ciccarelli and three assists by Neal Broten guided the Minnesota North Stars past the St. Louis Blues 4-3. The starting lineup for the Wales Conference in next month's All-Star team was announced yesterday.
Fans have acknowledged former Philadelphia Flyers' goaltender Pelle Lindbergh, who was killed in an auto accident in November, by voting him to the starting team. Runner-up Mario Gosselin of the Quebec


Nordiques will get the start.
He will be joined by defensemen Ray Bourque of the
Boston Bruins and Rod Langway of the Washington Capitals, left wing Michel Goulet of Quebec, Philadelphia rig/ wing Tim Kerr, and cent* Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Campbell Conference starters will be announced today.
New York Islanders' right wing Bob Nystrom underwent successful eye surgery yesterday, however it it not
yet known whether he will be able to play hockey again. Nystrom was injured during a practice earlier this month. The NHL has fined Buffalo Sabres coach Jim Schoenfeld $5,000. Schoenfeld threw a water bottle at a referee last month.


Baseball trades at fevered pitch


(AP) -- There was a lot of baseball activity yesterday.
The Minnesota Twins traded 1984 All-Star catcher Dave Engle to the Detroit Tigers for infielder Chris Pittaro and outfielder Alex Sanchez. The Twins then sent veteran
second baseman Tim Teufel and a Minor League outfielder to the New York Mets for three Minor leaguers.


Wimbledon champ

wins and advances

(UPI) -- Wimbledon champ Boris Becker scored an impressive 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, win over Mats Wilander last night to advance to the semi-finals of his first Masters Tennis Championship. Last minute competitor Andres Gomez advanced to the semi-final round with a 6-3, 6-2 upset win over Johan Kriek.
Out of the top five seeds, only number-one ranked Ivan Lendl remains in the Masters field, and the quarter-final round has yet to be completed.
The field for the semifinals will be completed tonight when Lendl opposes Tim Mayotte and Brad Gilbert, who slew John McEnroe, meets Anders Jarryd.


Navratilova wins

(UPI) -- Martina Navratilova, Hana Madlikova and Pam
Shriver all advanced in a $250,000 women's tennis tournament in Worchester, Mass.
Fourth seeded Claudia Kohda-Kilsch of West Germany advanced by default when Leigh Thompson was forced to withdraw because of the flu.
Top seed Navratilova is expected to top$10 million in lifetime winnings in the next few weeks.


The Mets also traded Ronn Reynolds and Minor-League right-hander Jeff Bittiger to the Philadelphia Phillies for two Minor leaguers.
The Tigers asked waivers on catcher-infielder Marty Castillo, who has been with Detroit since 1981.
The agent for veteran designated hitter Gorman Thomas says Thomas has signed a one-year contract with Seattle. Thomas hit 32 homers and drove in 87 runs for the Mariners last summer.
The San Francisco Giants have released a 30-game exhibition schedule, but team
officials still answer "no corment" to questions about whether they will play at Candlestick Park this sumer. Team owner Bob Lurie calls the park "an inferior facility."


Some NFL coaches, willing to venture opinions, think the Chicago Bears are a cinch in the Super Bowl, but not if they start thinking they are a cinch.
Overconfidence is the only thing that can beat the Bears in their showdown with the New England Patriots on January 26. That is the way several coaches summed up the game.
The coach of the Green Bay Packers, Forrest Gregg, called the Bears a great
football team with strength on offense and defense. He also, with a low blow to Mike Ditka, said they are well coached.
But, Gregg added, the


Area Athletics


Group Golf Lessons -- Group golf lessons for beginners will be conducted every Tuesday and Thursday for four weeks commencing 21 and 23 January. The group will be limited to five at a fee of $25 per person. For more information contact Moose Claxton 2519.

Racquet Club -- A one-day-only mixed doubles pick-your-own-partner tennis tournament is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 18, at the Racquet Club. Sign-ups will be accepted until Thursday, Jan. 16, 5 p.m. For more information, call Mona Rieck, 2666, or Bob Rohe, 2423.

Rec Shoot -- There will be a Rec Shoot Jan. 19, 1:30 3:30 p.m., NAVSTA Pistol Range. Petty Officer Washburn will be in charge. For more information, call 4679.

Scuba Instructor Council -- Attention scuba instructors and divemasters: There will be a meeting of the Scuba Instructor Council, Monday, Jan. 20, 6 p.m., Reef Raiders Dive Shack.

Diving -- The following PADI scuba courses are offered:

January 24: Night Diving Speciality, $25
January 29: Open Water Diver, $115
January 31: Underwater Hunter Speciality, $25
February 11: Equipment Speciality, $25
For further information contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor at 3550 AT/4947 DWH.

Youth Pass Punt Kick Contest -- If interested in participating in the Youth Pass Punt Kick Contest, please sign up at the Community Center of weight room before Monday, Jan. 25. The event will take place Saturday, Jan. 25, 9 p.m., soccer field, Leeward. Trophies will be awarded to the winners.


Chicago player will have to guard against overconfidence.
It would be an easy frame of mind to get in, after a 15-1 regular season and two straight shutouts in the playoffs.
The coach of the Detroit Lions, Darryl Rogers, says the Bears should have no problems if they are ready mentally. Rogers added that there is no question about the fact that the Bears have better personnel than the Patriots.

High on the Bears
Tampa Bay Coach Leeman Bennett is high on the Bears, mostly because of their
stampeding defense. He says it is obvious that, if the Patriots want to stay in the game, they will have to avoid third and long situations. If they get to those, the Bears will just be teeing off up front.
Incidentally, all three coaches mentioned sending their teams out against both the Bears and Patriots in the regular season should have a good line on both clubs. At least 1,000 pro-football players will watch the Super Bowl game on television, the players from the 26 teams that did not make it.
He owned the game
One of those, unless he goes to New Orleans for the game between the Patriots and Bears, is Marcus Allen.
Two short years ago he owned the game, Marcus was the major factor in the 38-9 whipping the Los Angeles Raiders gave the Washington Redskins.
He was the MVP of that game and set a Super Bowl record with 191 yards rushing. The Redskins could not have stopped him with a live wire that stretched from sideline to sideline. Allen simply would have hurdled it.
Marcus was in New York the other day to accept the "Schick Trophy" as the most


valuable player in the National Football League in 1985.
Allen appears to be at his peak. How long he will be able to sustain that is hard
to say.
He will be 26 in March, which means he should have at least five more good seasons. The Raiders are beginning to get a little apprehensive about burnout, a constant problem with a great running back. The temptation, in a
close game, is always to call his number.
The thing about Marcus is that he can do it all. He runs with punishing power. The first defender to hit him rarely brings him down. Hm runs with the savvy th great ballcarriers are bob~W' with. You can not teach it. He has a hard nose for the end zone. When he gets close, he close, he is capable of diving the last three or four yards. He also will, if necessary, do that classic one yard dive over the top of
the pile on the line of scrimmage to get a score.
On the receiving end of passes, he is a handful once he gets the ball. Marcus, for a power runner, is very
elusive in an open field. He can stop and cut on a nickel,
and give you four cents change.
Are you listening?
In commenting on the Su4* Bowl, at the award ceremony, he talked about the Chicago defense and how hard all
eleven men hit. He did not say he would not like to run the ball against the Bears, but he did ruefully commented that he would not be happy playing quarterback against them. Are you listening, Tony Eason?


4 Daily Gazette January 17, 1986


The Sportsman


By Charles Morey


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DAILY GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 12 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Friday, January 17, 1986 Thousands of fighters massing in Lebanon (UPI) -Thousands of Shiite d Druze militamen have ssed on the fringes of Christian strongholds and they could launch an "all-out defensive against President Gemagel's forces." They are waiting to see how their leaders will respond to the ouster of pro-Syrian Christian chieftain Elie Hobeika by Gemayel loyalists. The 28-year-old Hobeika fled to Paris yesterday after two days of fighting in and around Beirut that left at least 200 people dead. He was Reagan to get exam (UPI) -President Reagan is cheduled to go back to thesda Naval Hospital today or a physical exam. The president will have his first complete physical exam since he underwent surgery last July for removal of two feet of cancerous colon. Reagan says he is "not looking forward to" the post-operative test. Prior to today's procedure, Reagan will be given mild sedatives. Doctors will insert a tube into his lower intestine to check for any presence of malignancy. There is a chance the president will have to stay at the hospital overnight. White House spokesman Larry Speaks says there are no plans to turn over Reagan's powers to Vice President Bush. the only Christian signer of a Syrian-backed peace pact that would have reduced Gemayel's power. Lebanese Moslem leaders met yesterday with Syrian officials in Damascus to discuss the crisis. As they did, pro-Syrian, mainly opposition Christian militiamen shelled Genayel's mountain stronghold 11 miles northeast of Beirut. The barrage eased up by last night. Flight schedule MON TUE TUE TUE THU FRI FRI C-9B (MEDEVAC) C-12 (21-21) 727 MAC 727 MAC C-141 Cargo 727 MAC 727 MAC 11:50 8:00 12:30 4:15 10:10 12:30 4:15 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. Roosey Road Grand Cayman Kingston Norfolk Roosey Road Kingston Norfolk 1:50 9:30 1:15 6:59 1:15 1:15 6:59 a.m p.m. p.m. p.m.* p.m. p.m. Note: Monday's C-9B flight continues to Andrews.' Thursday's C-141 flight continues to Norfolk.' All military personnel traveling to Norfolk are reminded that they must travel in dress blue uniform. C-12 passengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry boat. Baggage is limited on the C-12 to 20 pounds per person. UV Weekend schedule Saturday 1:00 p.m. Football NCAA Football Senior Bowl North vs. South 4:00 p.m. CNN Headline News 4:30 p.m. PGA Golf Bob Hope/Chryster Classic Third Round ('3( l~.(NNI 1inoN : p.m. CNN Headline News J: Captain's Hotline Inquiry: The question was raised at a recent "Open Line" regarding the legality and suitablity of personal satellite dishes in eantanamo Bay. sponse: This is not the first inquiry concerning the construction of satellite dishes. I asked the Staff Judge Advocate to look into this matter, and he told me that the matter was considered in 1984. Capt. Allen determined in January 1985 that personal satellite dishes would not be authorized and I support that position. There are good policy reasons which are as relevant today as they were a year ago. I will list just a few: (1) Many of the housing units do not have adequate tdoor space available, and nsequently many people who would like to have private satellite receivers would be unable to find adequate space to set them up. It would be unfair to all concerned to allow just those who did have available space to errect dishes. (2) Satellite dishes are a potential source of claims against the U.S. Navy. They could be damaged by weather, by other people, or in shipment that may require claims payment for repair or replacement. They could create an attractive nuisance to children who might want to play around them, and the children could get hurt. And in order to ensure some kind of safety, preclude children getting injured playing around the structures, additional fencing around the structures would be required. This is not consistent with base housing policy. (3) While there is no statutory prohibition against individuals owning satellite dishes, there is a potential for copyright violations. It is unacceptable that the Navy initiate action which would allow activity that has such a great potential to violate the law. Copyright violations could occur if someone were to reproduce and then sell shows that were transmitted. (4) Even if there was no copyright violation, many of the channels received would be pay channels, and for the Navy to protect individuals who obtaining free what others must pay for is inconsistent with the relationship between the Federal government and the cable networks. We are now installing a cable TV here, with a careful view toward recognizing and supporting commercial interest of the legitimate cable companies who transmit on satellite. Personal dishes would be inconsistent with that careful consideration. The new base cable system should be in operation by the end of March 1986. Sunday 11:30 p.m. CNN Headline News Noon NBA Basketball L.A. Lakers vs. Detroit Pistons 2:30 p.m. Comet Hailey 3:30 p.m. Wide World of Sports NCAA Track and Field Championship and International Invitational Platform Diving 4:30 p.m. GiA Golf Bob Hope/Chrysler Classic Final Round 6:30 p.m. CNN Headline News 7:00 p.m. American Interest Seven states possible for nuclear dump (UPI) -The Energy Department's list of 20 sites in seven states as possible locations for the nation's second nuclear waste dump is drawing sharp responses from those states. The proposal, unveiled yesterday, includes locations in Georgia, Maine, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Carolian, Virginia and Wisconsin. The facility would be used to isolate high-level radio-active wastes, mostly spent fuel rods, from nuclear power plants. The rods remain radio-active for thousands of years. North Carolina Congressman William Hendon simply says, "We don't want it." Wisconsin State Senator Joseph Strohl says, "There are no sites in Wisconsin at this point that are acceptable." Democratic Representative Edward Markey of Massachusetts accuses the Energy Department of being "in a radio-active trance" in considering putting an atomic waste dump in New England. Around the globe Red Light Districts In New York City (UPI) -A proposal by a New York Bar Association committee would create red light districts in New York City where prostitutes could legally walk the streets. Under the plan, city officials would decide which areas to set aside for prostitution. The proposal also suggests tougher penalties in non-designated areas. Soviet Negotiators Set New Proposal (UPI) -Soviet negotiators have set forth a sweeping new proposal to eliminate all nuclear weapons in the United States and Soviet Union by the year 2000. The proposal apparently surprised U.S. delegates yesterday morning at the open of a new round of Geneva Arms talks. President Reagan is urging the Soveits to back up the proposal with action at the bargaining table. Nuclear Plant Shuts Down For Repairs (UPI) -The operators of the Three Mile Island nuclear plant in Harribsburg, Pa., say they plan to bring the Unit-One reactor to a "cold shutdown" for repairs. It will be the first cold shutdown for the Three Mile Island Unit-One since CPU Nuclear re-started the reactor three months ago. Unit-One was not damaged in the 1979 near-meltdown of its twin. Steel Workers Call On President Reagan (UPI) -Some 550 leaders of United Steel Workers of America Union locals are calling on President Reagan to declare a national emergency in the nation's steel communities. The basic steel industry conference meeting in Washington yesterday, also proposed a plan to revitalize the country's industrial sector. The union says 250,000 steelworkers have lost their jobs in the last seven years and predicts another 30,000 will be unemployed in the next few years. Attempted Murder Charges Dismissed (UPI) -A New York Supreme Court judge has dismissed attempted murder charges against subway gunman Bernhard Goetz, but is urging that the case be put before a third grand jury. State Justice Stephen Crane says he dropped the charges on the grounds that an assistant district attorney did not properly instruct the jury. South African Bishop Stops In Detroit (UPI) -South African Bishop Desmond Tutu met yesterday with the chairman of General Motors, Roger Smith, to talk about Apartheid. Tutu stopped in Detroit midway through a three-week, 12-city American tour. The Nobel Peace Prize winner says he is telling business leaders they are supporting "one of the most vicious systems the world has known." Officials Beef Up Installations (UPI) -Italian military officials are beefing up military installations if Sicily because of threats from Libya. The state-run Italian television network says 500 troops equipped with 30 anti-aircraft guns plus radar equipment arrived in Sicily yesterday from a port in northeastern Italy. The batteries are part of the Italian 121st Regiment. Libyan leader Momnar Khadfy has threatened to attack sites in the Mediterranean if the United States attacks Libya. -m L tr ref :fi1m m_.Z+ 0* I A. s .L

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TheA Dream Remembered! Master's program Activities to commemorate the The Golden Gate University late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., graduate program is on hold. will be held here Jan. 20, and The dean of education in this year's theme in honor of the California had approval to Guantanamo Bay Amateur Radio Club -There will be a meeting of the Guantanamo Bay Amateur Radio Club Monday, Jan. 20, 7:30 p.m., at the Ham Shack. Yearly dues will be collected and the combination will be changed at this time. For more information, call Tim Miller, 2169 or 2300 DWH. College Students -Attention all prospective college students, due to misinformation, City Colleges of Chicago will extend registration through Thursday, Jan. 21. There is still time to put your chit for tuition assistance. City Colleges of Chicago Office will be open Monday, Jan. 20, to assist students. Eastern Cantata -Rehearsals for the community Easter Cantata will begin Thursday, Jan. 23, 8 -9 p.m., Base Chapel. Nursery will be provided. For more information, call Judy Springman, 4867. Everyone is invited. CPO Hail and Farewell -Three will be a CPO Hail and Farewell Saturday, Jan. 25, featuring "Mongolian Barbecue," beef, pork and turkey, cooked to perfection, with all the trimmings, 95 cents an ounce, meat only, and a cash bar. Dress is semi-formal. The CPO Club Patio will be open for the authorized patrons not attending the function. Military Leadership Exams -Military Leadership Exams for prospective E4 through E7 candidates will be administered Thursday, Jan. 23, 7:30 a.m., in the Windjamrer Club. Participants must submit a special request chit or memorandum from their division officer to Officer-In-Charge, Personnel Support Detachment, no later than Monday, Jan. 21, at 3 p.m. Civilian Employees -Civilian employees who have their supervisors permission and have purchased a ticket may be excused, without charge to leave, to attend the Cuban-American Friendship Day. Naval Hospital -The Naval Hospital will close at noon, for routine patient appointments, Friday, Jan. 31, for the Cuban-American Friendship Day Celebration. Sickcall and emergency patients will be treated in the Emergency Room. For further information contact the appointment desk, 2200 or 2208. NAVBASE Officers Hail and Farewell -Celebrate Chinese New Year, Saturday, Feb 1, at the COMO. Visit Hong Kong Tailor for an appropriate frock. Tickets are available at the club or command representative. The menu is featuring "Sweet and Sour Spare Ribs," "Almond Chicken," egg rolls, fried rice, oriental vegetables and almond jello. Red Cross -The Red Cross is still in need of donations for our fund-raising rummage sale. Please help us by either dropping items at the Red Cross Building or call Merry, 3169, or Louis, 2234, for pickup. Leeward Point donations will be collected weekly at Building #1520, Fire Protection Division, we are helping, will you? Safety Alert -Office partitions manufactured by Delta Manufacturing and Sales, Inc., Arlington, Texas, must be removed from service as soon as possible. Their partitions do not comply with flammability requirements. To be sure that they are "Delta" partitions, you will have to look for the identification label or tag. To report and return these partitions, please call Supply Department, Material Officer, Lt. Cndr. Bremer, 4495. Post Office -The finanace section of the Post Office will be open 9 a.m. -5 p.m. in order to improve customer service with additional hours. --------------------DAILY GAZETTE-----------U.S Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Codon, DEN .Coimianer, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Cdr. Rick Fischer, DEN.Public Affairs Officer JO1 StaeMy Byirton.Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Neil Gileu, USN .nrEditor J03 Teri Thanas, USN.Assis t Editor Mrs. Diane Amerman.Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efinoff.Production 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. Th Gaily Caszette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equignet, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that aear rein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Camnander, U.S. Naval Base. slain civil rights leader is -"Living the Dream." As of now, a 5K run/walk, prayer breakfast and memorial service are planned. The 5K Run/Walk starts at 7 a.m. and it takes place at Windmill Beach. It is a predict-your-own-time-race, and the winner is determined by who completes the race closest to their predicted finish time. This is a race for everyone, regardless of their conditioning. A memorial prayer service will be held following the race, beginning at 8 a.m. Then there will be a covered dish breakfast. If you want to attend, please bring a covered dish to share, and help make it a breakfast that everyone will long remember. Also on Jan. 20, in the Base Chapel at 5 p.m., there will be a memorial service to commemorate Dr. King's works and his contributions to America and the world. This marks the first year that Dr. King's birthday is a nationally recognized holiday. Please help mark this important day and get involved with the activities that are scheduled. Let's go on "Living the Dream." For more information, call 2484 or 3361. Management intern slots available The Navy' s Mess Management Intern Program does two things: You get a great career opportunity. We get quality club managers. Your intern training will last up to 18 months and will include: Classroom instruction in Navy Club management, personnel management, supervisory training, finance, budgeting and Navy correspondence. Travel with a NMPC field representative to view operations from a different perspective. You will evaluate, analyze, and reconmend solutions to our "problem operations." Job Requirements: Bachelor degree from accredited university with major emphasis on Hotel and Restaurant Management or equivalent experience. Flexible schedule for up to 18 months and upon completion be willing and able to relocate. Benefits: $17,800 annual salary (VA-7). Excellent benefits package. Opportunity to travel. A great opportunity for a challenging career in the Navy Club System. To Apply: Send standard form (SF-171) or resume to: Pam Crespi Recreational Services Department NMPC-113D Washington, D.C., 20370-5000 For more information, call Kathy Miller, 202-694-4422 begin classes as scheduled. However, the Western Regional Association required him to file a 90-day waiting period, in order to give them time toensure library resources were more than adequate. Also, it gave thI time to make arrangements have more of their professors teach the graduate courses in addition to our qualified professors. The resident director regrets the inconvenience this has caused to those enrolled in the classes. He has been assured the delay will be to our advantage, for the quality and delivery of the Master's Degree Program. Everything has been taken care of here and the community response was outstanding. We want the program, as we know it is successful on 60 other military installations. We must be patient until t association completes t procedure. Please call 4307 or 4769, if the postponement will cause a problem. We will be happy to work out anything we can. Thank you for your understanding. Mary Ackerman Linda Plakinger Electric useage Our current rate of electrical usage here is very high. The Energy Action Team is running a series of charts showing what we are spending on fuel for electrical production as compared to how much we have budgeted. What we need to emphasize is, that when we overspends our budget, money must be diverted from other base funds. Electrical Usage Jan. 6 -12 Electricity Fuel Cost Usage Budget MON $22,202 $18,705 TUE $21,620 $18,705 WED $21,237 $18,705 THU $21,054 $18,705 FRI $21,620 $18,705 SAT $21,828 $18,705 SUN $21,454 $18,705 Total $151,015 $130,935 $20,080 Over Budget Local nominations sought for Great American Family Local nominations are being sought for this year's Great American Family Awards Program, and three families here will be selected to represent Guantanamo Bay. The program is being conducted locally in cooperation with the Washington-based American Family Society, the sponsor of the program. This is not a contest, and families are sought who nurture individual growth of their members, have strong teamwork and love in the home, and who extend friendship and service to others. Single and two parent families, young families, older and extended families, adoptive and foster families are all eligible for the program. Nomination forms and sepcific criteria for the Great American Family Awards Program are available at the Family Services Center or from the Chaplain's Office. Deadline for nominations is Jan. 31, and they can be turned into the Family Services Center or sent to the FSC at Guard Mail Stop 59. Watch the Daily Gazette and TV8 for more details and updates of the family program. .L4li 2 Daily Gazette Friday, January 17, 1986 0 &,01 4 1 t i i

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,' YARD SALES Caravella Point 14B Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? College course books, student desk still in box, Dacor vest, child's fins and mask plus other dive items, Jamaican baskets, girls, boys and mens clothing and shoes. Many more items of interest. Tierra K 45 Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Come on out. Oil Point 4 Saturday from 9 a.m. until ? Furniture, 'ousehold goods, clothes, hristmas decorations, and other misc. items. Ocean View #3 (Across from McCalla Hanger Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Large handmade doll house, stroller, baby pool float, clothes, pink bedruffle, and much more. Do not miss out on the bargains. Tierra K 20 Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. There is something for everyone. Bikes, appliances, end tables and coffee table, exercise bike, baby items, recliner, clothes, all sorts of sizes, Spanish style shelving unit, sleeper sofa, and lots of miscellaneous. Corinaso Point 5 Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Dive gear, saddle bags for motorcycle, helmet, crib, high chair, strollers and other misc. items. Center Bargo 1199B Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Kitchen goods, books, plants, outdoor planters, sewing supplies, lots of extras. 6adio Point 724A Saturday om 8 a.m. until noon. This is a three-family sale. 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, .other fancies. Runs all ght, 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. The Saler '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. AUTO PARTS Front and rear glass for '69 Ford LTD. Call Brian at 3487 AWH. 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. TWO WHEELERS '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 AWN. '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. 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. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Pioneer LD660 video laser disk player and 20 laser movies, excellent condition, $650 neg. Call 2696. Dual model 624 turntable with cartridge, $100. Call 3492 AWH. Compact stereo system Quasar with glass rack, speakers, includes turntable, etc. One years old, $225 or best offer. Call Saundra at 4513 DWH or 2627 AWN. Pioneer 911-A speakers, 4-way 6 speaker system, max. input power 150w, external dimensions 16 l/2"wx 25"h x 11 3/4"d, new, never used, $150 each. Call 3285 AWN. BOAT MOTOR '82 Johnson 9.9hp long shaft outboard motor, good condition, $500 or best offer. Call 4451 AT. CAMERA Pentax 35mm with 75-150mm lens, flash and case. All yours for only $250. Call 4451 AT. PETS Free to a good home. German Shepherd/Lab mix, still a puppy, just nine-months-old. She needs more space than we have. Very playful, all black, no markings. Call Bill at 4820 DWH or Linda at 2249 DWH or 2862 AWN. FURNITURE Hanging rattan basket chair, $35; girl's White Provincial bedroom set, twin size canopy bed w/box spring and mattress, large dresser to match, $100; small wooden dresser, $10; round rattan table with glass top, two wicker burri chairs to match, $100; brand new dishwasher, only used six times, $300; older model stereo in wooden cabinet, includes phonograph, 8-track and AM/FM radio, good condition, $75; 55-gallon aquarium, $50. Call 4744 DWH or 3148 AWH. King size mattress and box springs, in very clean condition, $75. Call 4542 AT. Buy a China cabinet, get a dinnette set free, all for $300 neg. Call Neeley at 2300 DWH or 2976 AWH. Two small 4-drawer and one 3-drawer dresser, good for little ones, $30 for all three. Available end of February; small desk, $25. Available now. Call 3492 AWH. A four-piece set rattan furniture, sofa, two chairs, with coffee table, $450; seven-piece dinning set, six chairs, $250, one small wall unit, $40. All in excellent condition. Serious inquiry only. Call Greg at 4141 DWH or 3423 AWH or can be seen at Villamar 263C. Spanish small table with four matching chairs, great for small kitchen, $80. Call 3532 AT. Six-piece living room set; sofa; love seat, chair, coffee table and two end tables, good condition, $500. Call Stacey at 4819 DWH or 2589 AWH. Dinette set, seats six, eight with center leaf, four matching chairs, excellent condition, $100. Call Stacey at 4819 DWH or 2589 AWH. Coffee tables set of three for $100 or $40 each; bunk beds w/mattress, $125. Call 3492 AWH. Sleeper/sofa, queen size; spanish style shelving unts. Call 2838 AT. DRAPES One set of navy blue drapes, 108x84, almost new, will fit sliding glass doors of TK housing. Also have rod to go with them. Call 2838 AT. BOOKS Book for City College of Chicago, Indtroduction to Algebra I. Call Holt at 6195/6353 DWH or 6129 AWH. MISCELLANEOUS One D.P. Pacer 200 exercise bike. Call 2838 AT. CARPETING One 5'lO"x9 rug canvas, partially worked in tones of rust, tan and brown. Original pattern plus yarn, binding and hooks, $35 takes it all. Call Merry at 3169. Excellent quality Flokati rugs from Greece, 7x9 super heavy weight, never used, beautiful rugs, asking $275. Call 3285 AWH. One 15x22 capet to fit TK housing, $275. Call 3492 AWH. DIVE GEAR Complete scuba outfit. Tank, BC, regulator, two sets fins, masks and snorkles, weight belt, "gousta" gloves, dive gloves, two game bags, compass/depth gage, knife, flashlight, spear gunm and mask antifog, $550 firm. Nothing sold separatley. Bag for all items. Call 4283 AT. BICYCLES Holdsworth Pro, road racing bike campy equipped throughout, $500. Extra tubes and wheels, excellent condition. Call Dudley at 2269 DWH. Raleigh 10-speed bike, $110. Very good condition. Also selling spare tires and extra wheels. Call Dudley at 2269 DWH. CHINA ,Complete set of Noritake China, 97 pieces, Allison pattern (white china with gold rim), never used, asking $450. Call 3285 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS One 2 1/2 years old 18,500 BTU, $300, one 3 years old 18,500 BTU, $250. Both in excellent condition. Serious inquiries call Greg at 4141 DWH or 3423 AWH or can be seen at Villamar 263C. APPLIANCES Sears 6.1 cu.ft. chest freezer, $125. Availalbe March 1. Call 3492 AWH. Sears electric range with self cleaning oven. Range in storage for last four years, like new condition, $200 or best offer. Call 3532 AT. .LOST Blue back pack containing swim gear. Lost on road between Marine Site and Golf Course on Saturday, January 11. If you have, please call Dan at 4503 OWH or 2888 AWH. Reward! Black and white Huffy 525 12-speed taken from Marine Barracks Christmas Eve. No questions asked, just want bike back. Call MSgt Pander at 3039 DWH. BABY ITEMS Sears full size baby bed with mattress, $80 or best offer. Call 3532 AT. WANTED In need of a small block Chevrolet engine in good running condition. Call Brian at 3487 AWH. Looking for a female Cocker Spaniel (preferrably with papers) for a date with my Cocker, His interest are puppies, dancing, dinner dates and fire hydrants. Call 4849 DWH or 3736 AWH and ask for Scott. Windshield for '71 VW bus. Call 3982 or 6290 AT. Two considerate, attractive, eligible men are interested in serious relationships with eligible women stationed here. Write them at Marine Barracks Command, Box 32. Only those women sincerely interested need reply. An outboard engine up to 35hp in good working condition. Call Bill at 4857 DWH or 3361 AWH. One men's 10-speed bicycle in good condition at reasonable price. Call Fred at 4295 DWH. If not there, leave name and number on machine. SERVICES Car waxing. Too busy to keep that expensive car from oxidizing and looking sharp? Then call for an estimate Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2981. Very reasonable, consider the value of your car. Decorated cakes for those special days. Different shapes and sizes including character cakes like Care Bear, Cabbage Patch Doll, Snoopy, and Big Bird. Call Francesca at 2122 AT. I will prepare egg rolls. Hot and cold hors d'oeuvres for your next party. Call 3165 after 7 p.m. 3 Daily Gazette Friday, January 17, 1986 New method helps "spot" drunk drivers (AFPS) -A new test that relies on involuntary eye movement is being used around the nation and in the armed forces to help identify suspected drunk drivers. The procedure, called Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus (nystagmus: the regular back and forth movement of the eye) requires suspected drunk drivers to follow an object with their eyes in much the same way they would druing an eye examination. Dr. Arol Augsburger, clinical associate professor at Ohio State University's College of Optometry and vision consultant to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, said that the test, when used in conjunction with current roadside sobriety procedures, will correctly identify individuals with blood-alcohol levels above .10 percent with 90-plus percent accuracy. A blood alcohol reading of .10 percent or more is considered evidence of drunkeness in most states. Eye concentration After a suspected drunken driver has been administered the standard "walk and turn" and "one-leg stand" tests, he is asked to look at an object (usually a penlight or a pencil) held 15 inches from his face. As the officer moves the object from side to side, he concentrates on the subject's eye movement. Augsburger said there is a dramatic change in the eye movement of people with blood-alcohol levels above .10 percent. "Normally, eye movement is very smooth," he pointed out. "As the blood-alcohol level increases, eye movement becomes jerky." The officer will then move the object horizontally 50 to 60 degrees, causing the suspect's eyes to move as far to the side as possible. "At that point, there is a marked jerky movement in the eye that is completely involuntary when bloodalcohol levels are above .10 percent," said Augsburger. If jerkiness of eye movement is seen before the eyes reach a 45 degree angle, there is a good possibility that the suspect has a blood-alcohol level above .10 percent, said Augsburger. If the jerkiness begins after the eyes have reached 45 degrees, the chances are less. Services training The procedure is beginning to be used by the services. Said Maj. Robert Baldwin of the Office of Army Law Enforcement, "The procedure will become standard in the Army. We are actively working to designate time in the curriculum at the Military Police School to train our people in the procedure." Tom Clark of the Law Enforcement and Physical Security Programs Policy Branch, Naval Security and Investigation Command, said some Navy law enforcement people have been training themselves. "In areas where state agencies recognize the procedure, it is being used," he said, adding that the procedure will become part of standardized field sobriety testing in the Navy.

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Minnesota beats Michigan 73-63 (AP)-The University of Minnesota stepped into college basketball's limelight by upsetting second ranked Michigan last night 73-63. Guard Marc Wilson led the Gophers to the victory by scoring 22 of his 24 points in the second half. Minnesota trailed by one point with 15 minutes left in the game, then went on a 25-12 tear in which Wilson scored 15 points. The Gophers iced the game by hitting 15 of their last 17 free throws. Michigan's loss adds a little more drama to a game tomorrow in Chapel Hill, N.C. Undefeated and top-ranked North Carolina hosts unbeaten and third-rated Duke. Last night Duke smashed Wake Forest 92-63. David Henderson led the Blue Devils with 17 points. Alabama-Birmingham was upset at home. Western Kentucky beat the twelfth ranked Blazers 75-72, in overtime. Billy Gordon had 20 points for the Hilltoppers, including a 15-foot jumper with five seconds remaining. Teammate Kannard Johnson added 18 points and tied the score at 72-All with a jump just before Gordon hit the winning shot. UAB's Steve Mitchell canned 24 points and broke the school's career scoring record during the game. Tenth-ranked Nevada-Las Vegas topped Cal-Santa Barbara 79-65 behind 31 points from senior Anthony Jones. Seventeenth-ranked Texas-El Paso survived a scare in Hawaii. The Niners nipped Rainbow 65-63. Number-19 Purdue romped past Northwestern 85-64. The Boilermakers broke open the game by scoring 14 straight points to open the second half. Bradley, ranked twentieth, won for the seventeenth time in 18 games. The Braves ripped West Texas State 78-53 as sophomore guard Hersey Hawkins netted 21 points. Milwaukee wins, Atlanta on a streak (UPI) -Milwaukee earned a 114-98 NBA victory over Washington last night. The Bucks saw a 23-point lead cut to six in the final quarter before they built the final margin. Terry Cummings had a game high 35 points for the Bucks. Bullets' guard Leon Wood finished with 25 points and Gus Williams added 24. Atlanta won for the seventh time in eight games. The Hawks leapt to a 26-point halftime lead and strolled past the Cleveland Cavaliers 116-99. Dominique Wilkins had 26 points for the winners. The Los Angeles Lakers pulled away from the L.A. Clippers in the third quarter Baseball trades at fevered pitch (AP) -There was a lot of baseball activity yesterday. The Minnesota Twins traded 1984 All-Star catcher Dave Engle to the Detroit Tigers for infielder Chris Pittaro and outfielder Alex Sanchez. The Twins then sent veteran second baseman Tim Teufel and a Minor League outfielder to the New York Mets for three Minor leaguers. Wimbledon champ wins and advances (UPI) -Wimbledon champ Boris Becker scored an impressive 6-4, 4-6, 6-3, win over Mats Wilander last night to advance to the semi-finals of his first Masters Tennis Championship. Last minute competitor Andres Gomez advanced to the semi-final round with a 6-3, 6-2 upset win over Johan Kriek. Out of the top five seeds, only number-one ranked Ivan Lendl remains in the Masters field, and the quar ter-final round has yet to be completed. The field for the semifinals will be completed tonight when Lendl opposes Tim Mayotte and Brad Gilbert, who slew John McEnroe, meets Anders Jarryd. Navratilova wins (UPI) -Martina Navratilova, Hana Madlikova and Pam Shriver all advanced in a $250,000 women's tennis tournament in Worchester, Mass. Fourth seeded Claudia Kohda-Kilsch of West Germany advanced by default when Leigh Thompson was forced to withdraw because of the flu. Top seed Navratilova is expected to top$10 million in lifetime winnings in the next few weeks. The Mets also traded Ronn Reynolds and Minor-League right-hander Jeff Bittiger to the Philadelphia Phillies for two Minor leaguers. The Tigers asked waivers on catcher-infielder Marty Castillo, who has been with Detroit since 1981. The agent for veteran designated hitter Gorman Thomas says Thomas has signed a one-year contract with Seattle. Thomas hit 32 homers and drove in 87 runs for the Mariners last summer. The San Francisco Giants have released a 30-game exhibition schedule, but team officials still answer "no comment" to questions about whether they will play at Candlestick Park this summer. Team owner Bob Lurie calls the park "an inferior facility." -KC6 J and went on to a 112-96 victory. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar jammed in 26 points for the Lakers. San Antonio guard Johnny Moore underwent surgery yesterday for the second in 28 hours. He was listed in stable condition. Moore is out for the season with Bruins douse Flames 3-2, NHL fines Buffalo coach (UPI) -There were two NHL games last night, Ray Borque's power play goal in the first period started the Bruins on the way to a 3-2 victory over the Calgary Flames. That is Boston's only power play in the team's last 15 man advantage opportunites. Two goals by Dino Ciccarelli and three assists by Neal Broten guided the Minnesota North Stars past the St. Louis Blues 4-3. The starting lineup for the Wales Conference in next month's All-Star team was announced yesterday. Fans have acknowledged former Philadelphia Flyers' goaltender Pelle Lindbergh, who was killed in an auto accident in November, by voting him to the starting team. Runner-up Mario Gosselin of the Quebec meningitis. The Sportsman By Charles Morey Some NFL coaches, willing to venture opinions, think the Chicago Bears are a cinch in the Super Bowl, but not if they start thinking they are a cinch. Overconfidence is the only thing that can beat the Bears in their showdown with the New England Patriots on January 26. That is the way several coaches sunned up the game. The coach of the Green Bay Packers, Forrest Gregg, called the Bears a great football team with strength on offense and defense. He also, with a low blow to Mike Ditka, said they are well coached. But, Gregg added, the Area Athletics Group Golf Lessons -Group golf lessons for beginners will be conducted every Tuesday and Thursday for four weeks commencing 21 and 23 January. The group will be limited to five at a fee of $25 per person. For more information contact Moose Claxton 2519. Racquet Club -A one-day-only mixed doubles pick-your-own-partner tennis tournament is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 18, at the Racquet Club. Sign-ups will be accepted until Thursday, Jan. 16, 5 p.m. For more information, call Mona Rieck, 2666, or Bob Rohe, 2423. Rec Shoot -There will be a Rec Shoot Jan. 19, 1:30 3:30 p.m., NAVSTA Pistol Range. Petty Officer Washburn will be in charge. For more information, call 4679. Scuba Instructor Council -Attention scuba instructors and divemasters: There will be a meeting of the Scuba Instructor Council, Monday, Jan. 20, 6 p.m., Reef Raiders Dive Shack. Diving -The following PADI scuba courses are offered: January 24: Night Diving Speciality, $25 January 29: Open Water Diver, $115 January 31: Underwater Hunter Speciality, $25 February 11: Equipment Speciality, $25 For further information contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor at 3550 AT/4947 DWH. Youth Pass Punt Kick Contest -If interested in participating in the Youth Pass Punt Kick Contest, please sign up at the Community Center of weight room before Monday, Jan. 25. The event will take place Saturday, Jan. 25, 9 p.m., soccer field, Leeward. Trophies will be awarded to the winners. Chicago player will have to guard against overconfidence. It would be an easy frame of mind to get in, after a 15-1 regular season and two straight shutouts in the playoffs. The coach of the Detroit Lions, Darryl Rogers, says the Bears should have no problems if they are ready mentally. Rogers added that there is no question about the fact that the Bears have better personnel than the Patriots. High on the Bears Tampa Bay Coach Leeman Bennett is high on the Bears, mostly because of their stampeding defense. He says it is obvious that, if the Patriots want to stay in the game, they will have to avoid third and long situations. If they get to those, the Bears will just be teeing off up front. Incidentally, all three coaches mentioned sending their teams out against both the Bears and Patriots in the regular season should have a good line on both clubs. At least 1,000 pro-football players will watch the Super Bowl game on television, the players from the 26 teams that did not make it. He owned the game One of those, unless'he goes to New Orleans for the game between the Patriots and Bears, is Marcus Allen. Two short years ago he owned the game, Marcus was the major factor in the 38-9 whipping the Los Angeles Raiders gave the Washington Redskins. He was the MVP of that game and set a Super Bowl record with 191 yards rushing. The Redskins could not have stopped him with a live wire that stretched front sideline to sideline. Allen simply would have hurdled it. Marcus was in New York the other day to accept the "Schick Trophy" as the most Nordiques will get the start. He will be joined by defensemen Ray Bourque of the Boston Bruins and Rod Langway of the Washington Capitals, left wing Michel Goulet of Quebec, Philadelphia rig wing Tim Kerr, and cent Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Campbell Conference starters will be announced today. New York Islanders' right wing Bob Nystrom underwent successful eye surgery yesterday, however it it not yet known whether he will be able to play hockey again. Nystrom was injured during a practice earlier this month. The NHL has fined Buffalo Sabres coach Jim Schoenfeld $5,000. Schoenfeld threw a water bottle at a referee last month. 0 valuable player in the National Football League in 1985. Allen appears to be at his peak. How long he will be able to sustain that is hard to say. He will be 26 in March, which means he should have at least five more good seasons. The Raiders are beginning to get a little apprehensive about burnout, a constant problem with a great running back. The temptation, in a close game, is always to call his number. The thing about Marcus is that he can do it all. He runs with punishing power. The first defender to hit him rarely brings him down. H runs with the savvy th great ballcarriers are bo with. You can not teach it. He has a hard nose for the end zone. When he gets close, he close, he is capable of diving the last three or four yards. He also will, if necessary, do that classic one yard dive over the top of the pile on the line of scrimmage to get a score. On the receiving end of passes, he is a handful once he gets the ball. Marcus, for a power runner, is very elusive in an open field. He can stop and cut on a nickel, and give you four cents change. Are you listening? In commenting on the Sup Bowl, at the award ceremony, he talked about the Chicago defense and how hard all eleven men hit. He did not say he would not like to run the ball against the Bears, but he did ruefully commented that he would not be happy playing quarterback against them. Are you listening, Tony Eason? 4 Daily Gazette January 17, 1986 m I


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