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DAILY 4


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 16 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Thursday, January 23. 1986


25th shuttle mission slated for Sunday


(UPI) -- While the New

,gland Patriots and the
cago Bears are tangling in e Super Bowl in New Orleans, the shuttle Challenger hopefully will


Panel urges

reforms for

clearances

(UPI) -- A Senate panel is calling for reform in security clearance procedures.
The Senate Permanent Investigations Subcommittee
says sweeping changes are needed in the way the government grants security earances.
WIn a long-awaited report issued yesterday, Senators
urged the White House to cut the number of people with clearances by one-half within two years.
Currently, 4.3 million people have some sort of access to the nation's secrets.
The report also called for periodic investigations of those with security
clearances and a decrease in the number of classified documents stamped "Secret"
and "Top Secret." The committee held hearings
-on the subject following the arrests of a number of
goverment and former government employees on espionage charges last year.


1 1 guilty in

fraud case

(UPI) -- What was called the largest Medicaid fraud trial in U.S. history ended
yesterday when a federal jury in Chicago found 11 people guilty if cheating the state 'Illinois out of almost $20
lion.
dThe jury deliberated five days before returning the verdict. One defendant, a pharamacist from suburban Skokie, was ordered to pay back the government $8 million from the $10 million he allegedly made from the
scheme.
The 11 doctors, pharmacists and medical workers were convicted of running 22 "syrup houses" that illegally handed down substances to drug addicts in Chicago's poor neighborhoods.


Study reveals

#esity traits
'I) -- The findings of an eye-popping landmark study on obesity were published today in the New England Journal of Medicine."
In the survey, overweight
parents produced overweight children, even when their babies were adopted and raised by thin couples. However, physicians caution
the finding does not mean people who have to be overweiqht just because their parents are.
Twenty-five percent of women and 18 percent of men in the United States are considered obese.


have streaked into space with a teacher aboard. Challenger and its seven-member crew are scheduled to blastoff from
Cape Canaveral Sunday morning (at 9:36 EST) . The six-day space journey was set to
begin Saturday afternoon but Challenger's launch was rescheduled. NASA was concerned with haze at an
emergency landing strip in Africa and predicted bad weather at the Florida Shuttleport.


Challenger's countdown is
scheduled to begin on time today for the 25th shuttle mission in five years. Also
today, Challenger's crew, including New Hamphshire High School teacher Christa McAuliffe, will fly to Florida for launch preparations.
The primary goals for the
space fliers will be to launch a communications satellite and deploy a small science probe to observe
Halley's Comet.


Old Guantanamo -- Sailors depart from a small boat at the Naval Station's range landing, sometime in the 1920s. Tomorrow, the final of our 1920s post card series.


Businessman forms group to buy

bullets for Nicaraguan fighters
(UPI) -- A southern Pastora's troops using California dentist has formed obsolete weapons in their a businessmen's group to attempt to overthrow the raise money to buy bullets Sandinistas, who Brashears for Nicaraguan rebel leader calls "the most sophisticated Eden Pastora. and the best Soviet-equipped
Dr. William Brashears of force in the world today."
Fullerton says he decided to Brashears says he gave form "Freedom Fighters Pastora $7,000 and has raised International" after visiting another $17,500 from Pastora's- camp on the other businessmen. He says he Nicaraguan border near Costa is preparing a book, titled Rica earlier this month. "Eden Pastora, Rambo for Brashears says he saw Real."





Captain's Hotline


Inquiry: I received a complaint about people allowing their dogs to run free on the beach. The caller's family was picnicking at one of the
beaches when several dogs approached and one proceeded to go to the bathroom right in front of them.

Response: The Fleet Recreation Coordinator tells me that the Security Department informed Recreation Services that dogs, whether on leash or running free, are not authorized on Guantanamo beaches in the swimming areas.
Lifeguards are tasked with the primary duty of patron
safety in the swimming areas. Beach users are asked to keep their pets off the beaches. Violations should be reported directly to Base Police.

Inquiry: Why won't the Civilian Personnel Office


issue ID cards to dependents that are hired?

Response: Civilian Personnel is not responsible for issuing ID cards.
That is a Security Department function. Civilian Personnel provides information to the Security
Department in order that ID cards may be issued. Military dependents already
have ID cards when they report on base, and therefore do not require another card. One of the concerns of the caller was based on the status the person attained as
a base employee; her status as a civilian employee would entitle her to participation at a different club than her sponsor is currently eligible for.
Current policy sets privileges of dependents
based on the status of their sponsors, whether military or civilian.


iAround the globe


Cruise Missile Crashes (UPI) - Military officials in Canada say they do not know what caused an unarmed U.S. cruise missile to crash land during a test run Wednesday 150 miles northeast of Edmonton. The announcement of the crash came six hours after spokesmen in Canada and the U.S. had called a test success. Officials say the missle posed no threat.

Bloom County Creator Injured (UPI) -- The creator of the comic strip "Bloom County" was injured Wednesday night when the ultralight aircraft he was flying
crashed in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Twenty-eight-year-old Guy Breathed who writes and draws the satirical strip, is hospitalized is satisfactory condition with a back injury. A passenger with him was apparently not injured. The plane ran into an
embankment about half a mile from an airport.

Agency Seeking Ban On Asbestos (UPI)-- The Environmental Protection Agency confirmed yesterday it will seek a ban on the manufacture of all asbestos products. The proposal and the items affected will be described in a news conference in Wshington tomorrow. The agency hopes to start implementing the ban within two months. The list of affected items will reportedly include asphalt vinyl asbestos floor tiles and specialty asbestos clothing like the kind firefighters
wear.

Acid Test (UPI) -- Police will be on guard throughout Northern Ireland Thursday to prevent any terrorism as voters go to the polls. They are voting for 15 Parliamentary seats. But Protestant leader Ian Paisley calls it "The Acid Test" on whether the public supports a pact worked out between London andDublin in November. Protestants opposed to the agreement, which would increase Dublin's influence in Northern Ireland, resigned from the House of Lords to force the election.

Bomb Caused Crash (AP) -- Canadian officials say a bomb caused the crash of an Air-India jet that went down off the Irish coast last June killing 329 people. The confirmation of a report by Canadian officials comes as India's high court investigates the case. Indian officials figure Sikh extremists planted a bomb on the India-bound plane before it left Canada.

U.S. Sanctions Are Working (AP) -- A U.S. envoy trying to stir up support of economic sanctions against Libya is reporting some solid, if not complete, success. John Whitehead says European governments he has visited have promised to take "significan steps" against Libya, accused by the U.S. of backing terrorism. Whitehead also says U.S. economic sanctions are working.


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Budget Planning -- On payday who do you pay first? Do you track your expenditures? Learn how to better
manage your income through budget planning. A budget planning group will meet January 29 and once per month before the mid-month payday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at .the Family Services Center. Call 4141 or 4153 to register or for more information.

Change To Officers Hail and Farewell -- ***Now it will be held February 15.*** Celebrate Chinese New Year a week late. Tickets are available at the COMO Club or from your command representative. Dinner features sweet and sour spare ribs, almond chicken, egg
rolls, fried rice, oriental vegetables and almond jello. It will be a "Grand Valentine's Night Out!

Report of Captain's Mast -- One E3 was found guilty of violation of UCMJ Article 112a, wrongful use and distribution or marijuana, violation of UCMJ Article 134, communicating a threat, and violation of article 86, unauthorized absence. Member was awarded reduction to El, confinement at hard labor for 100 days, $500 fine and a bad conduct discharge.

Guantanamo's Electric Usage Jan. 13 to 19

Fuel Costs For Electrical Use Usge Budget
Mon. $19,671 $18,705 Tue. $19,793 $18,705 Wed. $20,584 $18,705 Thu. $22,777 $18,705 Fri. $22,881 $18,705 Sat. $21,898 $18,705 Sun. $22,028 $18,705

Smoke No More -- The Naval Hospital is sponsoring the "Smoke No More" workshop beginning February 10, four nights per week for two weeks, in the education and training classroom of the hospital. The workshop is free for all persons who desire to quit smoking. Class size is limited so register today. To register, call the hospital appointment desk at 2200 or 2208. Watch the Daily Gazette for more information about "quitting
smoking."

March 1986 Navy-wide Advancement Exams -- The exams for the March 1986 Petty Officer Exams are:

P03 -- Tuesday, March 4, 1986
P02 -- Thursday, March 6, 1986 POI --Tuesday, March 11, 1986

Individuals intending on participating in the exams are reminded that all requirements for advancement must be completed no later than February 14, 1986. All individuals who are being transferred or anticipate being away from Guantanamo Bay during the examination period and desire to participate in the exam should make arrangements as soon as possible with the ESO supervisor so an exam can be transferred to the naval activity nearest where they are going. If you have any questions, please call ESO at 4553 or 4338.
Craft Class Correction -- A craft class, Weaving Reed Into Basket," will be held Monday, January 27 instead of tomorrow, from 6 to 9 p.m., in room 18 at the Community Service Center (Old High School). The fee is $10 a 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. New Locations For Vehicle Offices -- The Vehicle Registration Office is now on the second floor of the office building on MoCalla Hill. The phone number is
4572. The Pass and Identification Office is now in McCalla Hangar. The new phone number is 4791.


DAILY GAZEIlE
u.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Condon, USN .................Commander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Crdr. Rick Fischer, USN................Public Affairs Officer
JOl StacyBvimton. .......Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 NEil illeeau, USN.......................Manaqi itor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN........................AssistEan itor
Mrs. Diane A rman.....................................Secretary
Mrs. Ani-Elizabeth Efimoff ................... Production Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station neWpapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. Tre Daily-Gezette is printed five times a k at govelmit epense on government equipent, at.the Navy Publications and Printiig Service Branch Office. Che opinions art statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Departamt or Cimiarder, U.S. Naval Base.


Learn not to repeat mi


By Chuck Gaudi

This is the time of year when a lot of us make resolutions about all the good things we are looking forward to in the year ahead.
That is fine, but it could be worthwhile to take a look back and review the not so great moments in the past. Were there any bad accidents in your realm of operations? How many close
calls did you have? How many safety meetings were cancelled because you were


"just too busy?"
Could you have overlooked the infraction of some safety rules because you did not
want to get anybody mad or because it would just take too long to correct the behavior?
Maybe you were guilty of some of these things.
Thinking about them is not very pleasant, but sometimes
it is beneficial to us to think about some of the
things that we did not do right last year.
We can all benefit from our


Gospel Music Performance -- A gospel recording group from Jamaica, the Nicholson Singers, will present a Grand Gospel Extravaganza Fashion Show at the Jamaican Cultural Center, February 8, 5:30 p.m. There


Auto sales down
Tick
(UPI) -- Automakers are hoping that cut-rate Here is 1 financing plans will help which you them sell cars. That had tickets. better happen. Auto dealer Name showrooms and backlots are )Nl Bro
now jammed by more unsold Charles cars than the industry has MS2 Will seen in four and one-half Chief Ta years. Harry S
The latest figures from Gina Co automotive news show 1.6 Laura B million unsold cars as of the S.L. Wal beginning of the year. That Ellen F equals a 73-day supply. Lt. QGd
The automakers have a MilsaR variety of plans available to H3 Sua tempt would-be buyers. They W.O. Ba range from cut-rate financing AD2 Cra of 7.9 percent to cash POOate rebates of up to $1000. Judy Kb
The Ford and General Motor Rebecca programs end February 22. Public' American Motors' version is Mr. MoP over January 31. Chrylser's Ron Mar is open-ended. Sandy TL
So far there is no sign the J. Wrd programs are working. Sales C. Uhlm for the first 10 days of D. Ingl January were down 8.3 percent Barbara from the strong levels of Cfn ar last year. But analysts also D. Hovi say it may be too early to F. Wils tell if the programs work. Lourdes MaryFo
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own experiences and the mistakes we have made in the past. Hopefully, we can learn not to repeat our own mistakes or the mistakes of
others.
So, perhaps we can all make a resolution this year to make our working lives as safe and productive as possible.
If we can help, give the Occupation Safety and HealthOffice a call at 4529 or 4526.
We hope you all have a sao and happy 1986.


will be prizes and surprizes and refreshments will be on sale. Admission is, $5 for adults and $2.50 for children. For tickets, call Bill Smellie at 4801 AWH or C.
Moses at 4498 AWH.




Let representatives

the list of representatives in various carnds in u may purchase Cuban-American Friendship Day

Location
)ks dmnin Trotman Leeward Point Admin lias Jr. BEQ, BOQ raylor Chaplains Office liarp Clubs Ysert Ccmnissary/NEX Nrns Comptroller lace Dental Clinic ischer Family Services Center r. Hod F G Fegazzi High School
arez Hospital abicki Marine Barracks ain NOM s Ordnance Dbylinski Print Shop Potter PSD Works Departnent:


,RD Ahin FD Carpenter Shop FMD Bldg. 688
RD Engineering FP3 Electrical Trades FM D Rergency Services PKD Maintenance Control SfMetal Trades
R D Service Contracts PaD Transportation Recreation Services Safety
SATC)m
Security SIMA
Supply
Tryzna Village


If you have any further questions, please call Tamry Gier at 4271.


Thursday, January 23, 1986


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Marine Corps Exchange

The Marine Corps Exchange has the following positions available positions available.
Applications will be accepted until 11:30 a.m. January 24.

a. Customer Service Clerk, Ps-2091-4/1, part time position, one required.

For further information and a copy of the position description, please contact the Marine Corps Exchange Secretary (Bldg. M-613) or phone 2330/2570.


Navy Exchange

The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-34, IcCalla Bioll or phone 4348/4508.


#1-85
SalesClerk P/T

PS-I/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 LGS-2/$2.75 leading to GS-3/$3.42
#131-85
Food Service Wrker F/T N- -/$3.57 or LW-/$2.30
#154-85
Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08 #167-85
Cashier-Checker P/T PS-2/$3.99 or LCS-2/$2.75
#2-86
Food Service WArker (Bakery) INr. M-3/$4.42 #3-86
Receptionist P/T N-3/$4.42 #4- 86
Invoice Audit Clerk F/T AS-4/$4.68 or LGS-4/$4.08 #5-86
Sales Clerk (Specialty) PS-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42 #6-86
Motor Vehicle Operator (Courier) F/T NA-4/$4.77 or LGS-2/$2.75


Open Retail
Store


Open Stop
Light
Inn
Open Retail
Store

open Stop
Light
Inn
open Pizza
Pub

Open Blue
Caribe

Open Accounting

Open Retail' Store

Leeward Pt.

Cpen Acounting


Marine Barracks Enlisted Club

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


Hospital

The hosptial has an immediate vacancy for Medical Record Technician, GS-675-O4/05/06.
This position will be filled initially at the GS-4 level with pranotion potential to the higher levels after the incumbent has met all regulatory requirements and qualifications and at managment's discretion. This is not a guarantee of prcmtion.
Duties: The incuTbent processes and manages patient and medical records, transcribes reports, codes, charts, maintains files, reviews records, prepares correspondence and performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: This position is open to all U.S. citizen employees/residents of Guanatanamo Bay, and requires 1 1/2 years of general experience and six months of specialized experience.
General experience is that which has provided a knowledge of clerical procedures that would be helpful in performing this line of work or a background knowledge of the medical environment or hospital procedures.
Specialized experience is that which has provided the knowledges and skills needed to perform medical record technician work.
Quality level of experiences: The six months of required specialized experience must have been comparable in difficulty and responsibility to the GS-3 level. Ranking elements: Knowledge of coplex medical terminology in a variety of specialized medical fields; ability to communicate processes (typing, filing, providing information); ability to communicate effectively, both
orally and in writing, and deal harmoniously with others. This position requires a qualified typist (40 wpm)). Educational substitutions will be allowed as per OPM Handbook X-118 which is available in the Civilian Personnel Office.
Filing instructions: Applications (SF-171) must be submitted by close of business on Jan. 31 to the NBCPO. No printed announcement s will be distributed, however, the ann=uoment number is
49-86. Applications are encouraged to address the ranking elements listed above when ccxpleting their application and include all pertinent data relative to their qualifications for this position.


Civilian Personnel

Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business Jan. 28. Additional information
concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards.


ANN. NO. POSITION AN) TITLE

42-86 Medical Clerk, (Typing),
GS/AG-679-03 leading to
GS/LGS-679-04
43-86 Mail and File Clerk, (Typing),
Gs-3o5-04/05
44-86 Warehouse Wrker,
w'J/1kr369o7-o5 TE7P.
Not to exceed one year 267-85-A Warehouse Worker,
WGv/LWr-6907-O5

Applications should be submitted Base Civilian Personnel Office by business on Jan. 30.

ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE

36-86-A Firefighter (Structural),
PS-081-03 leading to PS-04
TEMP. Not to exceed one year
46-86 Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-O3
(Part tine. Not to exceed
6-13-86, but may be extending)


LCATION

Naval
Hospital

Naval
Hospital



Supply


to the Naval the close of


ELECTION

Fire Dept.


Elmmtary


Open Register

The positions listed below are the 1986 Permaent
Register which may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office.
Position and Grade Am. No. Location
*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 01-86 All Cmainds (Penrarnt/Temporary/ET/Pr
*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04, 02-86 All Canmarls (Permanent/Teorary/FT/Pr
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 03-86 All Camads
*(Permanent and Terporary)
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LS-318-04 04-86 All Camsans Leading to GS-O5, or GS/=LS-318-05 (Penanent and Tiporary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS- 05-86 NBCP0 203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/IS-203-05
*Accounting Technician, GS/LGS- 06-86 All Canmands 525-04 (Permanent and Teaporary)
*Accounting Tebhnician, GS/E3S-525- 07-86 All Cmnands 04 leading to GS-O5, or GSiS-52505 (Permanet and Temporary) Sales Store Checker, GS/LS-2D91- 08-86 Carmissary 02 leading to GS/GS-03, or
GSAGS-2091-03 (INr) Production Control Clerk, 09-86 IWD
GS/IGS-303-04
Data Transcriber, KeyRnh/CRT 10-86 Supply Entry GS/LGS-356-02 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/UGS-356-03 (Permanent and Temporary) Telephone Operator, GS/GS- 11-86 W D 382-02/03 (Temp. Not to exceed one year)
Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 12-86 WTS Schools (Part Time) (Tenp. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but
incurbents may be noncarpetitively extended.)
Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or NAF-13-86 Clubs Sales Store Checker, LGS-209102 (INT, FT/Pr)
Recreation Aid, {S/LGS-0189-03 NAF-14-86 Recreation (INr, FT/Pr) Services Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or NAF-15-86 Recreation Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 Services (INn, Fr/Pr)
Custodial Worker, U/Lk-3566-01 NAF-16-86 All Canmands and NA/W,-3566-02 (INn, FT/Pr) Food Service worker, /tW-74O8- NAF-17-86 Clubs 02 (INr, FT/PT)
Waiter/Waitress, ?/WL-7420-02 NAF-18-86 Clubs
(INr, Fr/Pr)
Bartender, NA/tk-7405-03 NAF-19-86 Clubs (INr, FT/Pr)
Cook, W/M-7404-05 NAF-20-86 Clubs (INT, FT/Pr)
Chidlcare Giver/Recreation Aid, NAF-21-86 Recreation PS/L=S-0189-03, (INr,FT/PT) Services Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) NAF-22-86 Recreation PS/LGS-OI89-03 (INT, FT/Pr Services Club Operations Assistant, NAF-23-86 Clubs PS-1101-O4 or Recreation Assistant, LGS-0189-04 (INT, Fr/Pr)
*Applications are requested to submit two (2) S-ll's for this register in order to receive concurrent consideration.


Job Market


Thursday, January 23, 1986


The



Saler

AUTOS
'72 VW Squareback, $450; '72 Toyota Carolla, $400; '66 Ford Falcon, $300. Call 2489 AT.

'77 Dodge Diplomat, 2-door hardtop, at, ps, tinted glass, 318 engine, 40,000 miles, nice car. Must see to appreciate, $1800. Call 3648 after 2 p.m.

'70 Buick station wagon, new transmission, water pump, and
gas pump. Good running condition, $800 neg. Call Hugh at 4011 AWH or 4653 DWH.
SEWING MACHINE
Brand new sewing machine. Penney's 40-stitch model with built-in buttonholder, all metal parts, $359.59 in winter catalog. Will sell for $195. If interested, call 3310 AT right away before I return it to Penney's for refund.
TELEVISION
Zenith 19" color TV, table model, remote control, looks and works like new, $300. Call Chief Kaufman at 4734 DWH or 2595 AWH.
'SERVICES
We clean your house for final inspection, guaranteed to pass inspection. Call Maria at 3385 or Julia at 3681.

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

ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Atari video computer with Donkey Kong, Bezerk, Barnstormers and Combat, $50. Call 2489 AT.,

Amos electric "Strat" style guitar with hard shell case, strap, and cord $165 neg. Call Al at 6266 after 5 p.m. and leave message.
TYPEWRITER
Smith-Corona 2200 electric typewriter, $300 new, will sell for $200. Call 2489 AT.

LOST
Single key on ring with tag
saying, "Crash Kit." Call 4579 AT.
APPLIANCES
One 17 cu.ft. upright freezer, $200. Call 3714 AWH.
FURNITURE
Headboard and frame for a
full or queen size bed, very good condition, $50. Call 3648 after 2 p.m.

Small dining room set with center leaf and four matching chairs, good condition, $50. Call Mike at 2872 DWH or 2919 AWH.
MISCELLANEOUS
Picnic table, $25; small animal travel cage, $15. Call 3714 AWH.

Vitamaster Station One pully system weight machine, excellent condition, $200. Fully assembled. Call Dudley at 2269 DWH.

Bell bicycle helmet, V-1 Pro, white, excellent condition, $30. Call Dudley at 2269 DWH.
TWO WHEELERS
Red Yamaha CA50 scooter, excellent condition, comes
with manuals, basket and two helmets. Good transportation, $550 neg. Call 2197 AWH.

'83 Garelli moped, 50cc (40 mph), $250 or best offer. Call Ron at 3051 i.WH or 3868
AWH.


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Acupunturist flies in to treat McMahon


(AP)-- Four days before Super Bowl 20, Chicago quarterback Jim McMahon looks ready to play. Bears' coach Mike Ditka
says yesterday's acupuncture treatment on McMahon was "a pleasant surprise." A Chicago acupunturist was flown to New Orleans yesterday to treat
McMahon for sore buttocks that were bruised in the NFC title game. The injury has limited McMahon's movement
and scrambling ability, and yesterday's treatment appeared to help. New England wide receiver Irving Fryar and defensive end Kenneth Sims took part in
their first workouts of the week yesterday. Both are recovering from injuries.
Patriots' coach Raymond Berry is optimistic that Fryar can resume his punt returning duties by Sunday, however, Berry said he doubts
that Sims will be activated for the game.
New Orleans Saints' owner Tom Benson says Wade Phillips


is no longer a candidate for the Saints' head coaching position. Phillips guided the team as interim coach after his father, Bum, stepped down during the 1985 season. Two other pro notes, the Pro Football Writers of


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America have named wide receiver Eddie Brown of the Cincinnati Bengals their
Rookie of the Year. And The Sporting News has selected Los Angeles Raiders running back Marcus Allen as its NFL Player of Year.


Area Athletics


January Hay Ride -- Come to our January hay ride on Jan. 24, Upper Chapman Beach. They hay wagon departs Chapman Beach and tours NAS, and then back to Upper Chapman Beach for more fun. There will be more than one trip around NAS if
necessary. There will also be refreshments and a D.J. at Lower Chapman. For more information, contact Rhonda Ryan at 6526. Entry fee is $1.
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.


The Sportsman


By Charles Morey


(AP) -- Special units are the "SWAT" teams of pro football.
They carry no lethal weapons, but they play
break-down-the-door football. They work on kickoff and kick-returns, punting and punt-returns, and place-kicking groups, going
either way.
They could decide the Super Bowl game in New Orleans on Sunday between the Chicago Bears and New England Patriots.
If the turnover ratio is
heavy against one of the two squads, it will make it just that more difficult to win.
The Patriots think they have the finest special teams
in the NFL. Twice during the playoffs in route to New Orleans, they pounced on
fumbled kickoffs for touchdowns. They also did it in one of their final two regular season games.
Willie Gault, one of the
Chicago kickoff return men, says the Patriots are impressive. But he says that he and the other kickoff returners for the Bears have not
coughed up the football all year.
Yes, he says, the Patriots can force mistakes with their
hard tackling, but he thinks the Bears will be able to withstand the shock waves.
Gault, by the way, sometimes goes both ways on special teams. He may be used
as the safety man for the Bears when they kick off. Willie is fast enough, he has world class early foot, to
run down any Patriot who gets into the open with the ball.
The Bears led the league in returning kickoffs, which means they have some solid blockers out in front. But they did not do as well in kickoff defense, they were
the fourth worst in the circuit.
Coach Mike Ditka grumbles like, well, a Bear, when that
subject comes up. He says his team is maligned in the kickoff return numbers, and he points out that his
players performed well in the two playoff games they won, both shutouts.
Punt returns are regarded as even more difficult, not to mention dangerous, than kickoffs. The reason, of


course, is the fact that the player returning the punt usually catches the ball just in time to see a wave of opposing huskies bearing down
on him.
Keith Ortega, a wide receiver, does the punt
returning for the Bears, and Ditka has high praise for him. He says Ortega ia a north-and-south runner, meaning he goes straight ahead when he gets the ball. Ditka said, "He does not look for the sidelines."
The Patriots are a little worried about their return situation. Irving Fryar did it all year, and was one of the best. He is -fast and shifty. But Irving suffered a cut hand before the Miami
game on January 12, and did not play. His replacement, defensive back Roland James, fumbled twice. Fryar reportedly wants to play on Sunday.
New England coaches pay a lot of attention to their
special teams, and hold regular drills on how to recover fumbles. At least
once in every practice, all the Patriot players have to take a turn at falling on a
loose ball. There also is a drill in getting up and running with the ball.
They used to call it "Madison Square Garden
Fever," "Yankee Stadium Fever", and now, it is "Super Bowl Fever."
It is the nervous grip that fastens on a player who is performing in a big and famous arena, or in a big game, for the first time.
The Chicago Bears and New England Patriots have been
there before. Tight end Derrick Ramsey was with the Oakland Raiders when they ran
all over the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-10, five years ago.
Two other New England players were on the losing side that day. They are backup center Guy Morriss, and place-kicked Tony
Franklin.
Ramsey got a championship ring, and says he values it so much he keeps it in a safe.
Morriss and Franklin had to be content with the losers' share of the spoils. Morriss


said the Eagles were too tight, and added that coach Dick Vermeil's hard practices left them that way. Coach Ray Berry of the Patriots is not repeating that error. He has tried to keep his men loose in practice drills this week.


Gators uset Louisiana State 74-65


(AP) -- University of Florida coach Norm Sloan credited a full-court press and
aggressive rebounding for last night's Top-20 upset. The Gators beat 14th-rankeo Louisiana State 74-65. All three of LSU's losses this season have come in Southeastern Conference play.
The other four Top-20 teams that played last night won. Eighth-ranked St. John's

Natt scores 30 points


Nuggets sink

(AP) -- Around the NBA last night, Alex English flipped
in 43 points and Calvin Natt scored 30 to lead the Denver Nuggets past the New Jersey Nets 137-124.
The Clippers won for the fourth time in five games, and the Mavericks lost for
the fourth time in five outings. Los Angeles beat Dallas 131-118.
Kelly Tripucka scored 24 points, including a threepoint play in the final half-minute, to help the Detroit Pistons edge the Cleveland Cavaliers 107-104.
Philadelphia's front line led the way to a 118-111 victory over the Phoenix Suns. Charles Barkley had 29
points and 14 rebounds for the 76ers. Moses Malone added 23 points and ten boards.


downed Fordham 56-47 behind
17 points from Walter Perry.
Rafael Addison fired home 29 points as ninth-ranked Syracuse drilled Providence 95-73.
Sixteenth-rated Norte Dame slipped past American Unive sity 67-56.
Virginia Tech, rank(
overcame a five-point halftime deficit and beat North Carolina A+T 79-75.




Nets 137-124

Atlanta hit 56 of 83 shots, over 67 percent, and the Hawks blew away the Golden State Warriors 131-100.
Dominique Wilkins scored 25 points and Randy Wittman added 23 for Atlanta.
Portland Center Sam Bowie
is expected to be back in the team's lineup tonight. He'* missed five games because a deep shin bruise.
Former NBA all-star John Drew says he is talking with lawyers about his situation. Drew's currently playing in the Continental Basketball Association. This week the
NBA told him he was banned from the league until the 1987-88 season because he has not fulfilled terms of a follow-up program after his 1984 stay in a drug rehabilitation center.


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DAILY GAZETTE ~1 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 16 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Thursday, January 23, 1986 25th shuttle mission slated for Sunday (UPI) -While the New gland Patriots and the cago Bears are tangling in e Super Bowl in New Orleans, the shuttle Challenger hopefully will Panel urges reforms for clearances (UPI) -A Senate panel is calling for reform in security clearance procedures. The Senate Permanent Investigations Subcommittee says sweeping changes are needed in the way the overnment grants security arances. Ina long-awaited report issued yesterday, Senators urged the White House to cut the number of people with clearances by one-half within two years. Currently, 4.3 million people have some sort of access to the nation's secrets. The report also called for periodic investigations of those with security clearances and a decrease in the number of classified documents stamped "Secret" and "Top Secret." The committee held hearings on the subject following the arrests of a number of goverment and former government employees on espionage charges last year. 11 guilty in fraud case (UPI) -What was called the largest Medicaid fraud trial in U.S. history ended yesterday when a federal jury in Chicago found 11 people guilty if cheating the state Illinois out of almost $20 lion. The jury deliberated five days before returning the verdict. One defendant, a pharamacist from suburban. Skokie, was ordered to pay back the government $8 million from the $10 million he allegedly made from the scheme. The 11 doctors, pharmacists and medical workers were convicted of running 22 "syrup houses" that illegally handed down substances to drug addicts in Chicago's poor neighborhoods. Study reveals esity traits I) -The findings of an eye-popping landmark study on obesity were published today in the New England Journal of Medicine." In the survey, overweight parents produced overweight children, even when their babies were adopted and raised by thin couples. However, physicians caution the finding does not mean people who have to be overweight just because their parents are. Twenty-five percent of women and 18 percent of men in the United States are considered obese. have streaked into space with a teacher aboard. Challenger and its seven-member crew are scheduled to blastoff from Cape Canaveral Sunday morning (at 9:36 EST) .The six-day space journey was set to begin Saturday afternoon but Challenger's launch was rescheduled. NASA was concerned with haze at an emergency landing strip in Africa and predicted bad weather at the Florida Shuttleport. Challenger's countdown is scheduled to begin on time today for the 25th shuttle mission in five years. Also today, Challenger's crew, including New Hamphshire High School teacher Christa McAuliffe, will fly to Florida for launch preparations. The primary goals for the space fliers will be to launch a communications satellite and deploy a small science probe to observe Halley's Comet. Old Guantanamo -Sailors depart from a small boat at the Naval Station's range landing, sometime in the 1920s. Tomorrow, the final of our 1920s post card series. Businessman forms group to buy bullets for Nicaraguan fighters (UPI) -A southern Pasture's troops using California dentist has formed obsolete weapons in their a businessmen' s group to attempt to overthrow the raise money to buy bullets Sandinistas, who Brashears for Nicaraguan rebel leader calls "the most sophisticated Eden Pastora. and the best Soviet-equipped Dr. William Brashears of Fullerton says he decided to form "Freedom Fighters International" after visiting Pastora'scamp on the Nicaraguan border near Costa Rica earlier this month. Brashears says he saw force in the world today." Brashears says he gie Pastoral $7,000 and has raised another $17,500 from other businessmen. He says he is preparing a book, titled "Eden Pastora, Rambo for Real." Inquiry: I received a complaint about people allowing their dogs to run free on the beach. The caller's family was picnicking at one of the beaches when several dogs approached and one proceeded to go to the bathroom right in front of them. Response: The Fleet Recreation Coordinator tells me that the Security Department informed Recreation Services that dogs, whether on leash or running free, are not authorized on Guantanamo beaches in the swimming areas. Lifeguards are tasked with the primary duty of patron safety in the swimming areas. Beach users are asked to keep their pets off the beaches. Violations should be reported directly to Base Police. Inquiry: Why won't the Civilian Personnel Office issue ID cards to dependents that are hired? Response: Civilian Personnel is not responsible for issuing ID cards. That is a Security Department function. Civilian Personnel provides information to the Security Department in order that ID cards may be issued. Military dependents already have ID cards when they report on base, and therefore do not require another card. One of the concerns of the caller was based on the status the person attained as a base employee; her status as a civilian employee would entitle her to participation at a different club than her sponsor is currently eligible for. Current policy sets privileges of dependents based on the status of their sponsors, whether military or civilian. Around the globe Cruise Missile Crashes (UPI) -Military officials in Canada say they do not know what caused an unarmed U.S. cruise missile to crash land during a test run Wednesday 150 miles northeast of Edmonton. The announcement of the crash came six hours after spokesmen in Canada and the U.S. had called a test success. Officials say the missle posed no threat. Bloom County Creator Injured (UPI) -The creator of the comic strip "Bloom County" was injured Wednesday night when the ultralight aircraft he was flying crashed in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Twenty-eight-year-old Guy Breathed who writes and draws the satirical strip, is hospitalized is satisfactory condition with a back injury. A passenger with him was apparently not injured. The plane ran into an embankment about half a mile from an airport. Agency Seeking Ban On Asbestos (UPI)-The Environmental Protection Agency confirmed yesterday it will seek a ban on the manufacture of all asbestos products. The proposal and the items affected will be described in a news conference in Washington tomorrow. The agency hopes to start implementing the ban within two months. The list of affected items will reportedly include asphalt vinyl asbestos floor tiles and specialty asbestos clothing like the kind firefighters wear. Acid Test (UPI) -Police will be on guard throughout Northern Ireland Thursday to prevent any terrorism as voters go to the polls. They are voting for 15 Parliamentary seats. But Protestant leader Ian Paisley calls it "The Acid Test" on whether the public supports a pact worked out between London and Dublin in November. Protestants opposed to the agreement, which would increase Dublin's influence in Northern Ireland, resigned from the House of Lords to force the election. Bomb Caused Crash (AP) -Canadian officials say a bomb caused the crash of an Air-India jet that went down off the Irish coast last June killing 329 people. The confirmation of a report by Canadian officials comes as India's high court investigates the case. Indian officials figure Sikh extremists planted a bomb on the India-bound plane before it left Canada. U.S. Sanctions Are Working (AP) -A U.S. envoy trying to stir up support of economic sanctions against Libya is reporting some solid, if not complete, success. John Whitehead says European governments he has visited have promised to take "significan steps" against Libya, accused by the U.S. of backing terrorism. Whitehead also says U.S. economic sanctions are working. PR'NDSHIP o Page 2 Page 2 Page 3 Page 3 Page 4 Inside: -Gospel Group To Perform -The Scoop -Job Market -The Saler -Nuggets Sink Nets m aaW Captain's Hotline

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-TheBudget Planning -On payday who do you pay first? Do you track your expenditures? Learn how to better manage your income through budget planning. A budget planning group will meet January 29 and once per month before the mid-month payday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Family Services Center. Call 4141 or 4153 to register or for more information. Change To Officers Hail and Farewell -***Now it will be held February 15.*** Celebrate Chinese New Year a week late. Tickets are available at the COMO Club or from your command representative. Dinner features sweet and sour spare ribs, almond chicken, egg rolls, fried rice, oriental vegetables and almond jello. It will be a "Grand Valentine's Night Out! Report of Captain' s Mast -One E3 was found guilty of violation of UCMJ Article 112a, wrongful use and distribution or marijuana, violation of UCMJ Article 134, communicating a threat, and violation of article 86, unauthorized absence. Member was awarded reduction to El, confinement at hard labor for 100 days, $500 fine and a bad conduct discharge. Guantanamo's Electric Usage Jan. 13 to 19 Fuel Costs For Electrical Use .sage Budget Mon. $19,671 $18,705 Tue. $19,793 618,705 Wed. $20,584 $18,705 Thu. $22,777 $18,705 Fri. $22,881 $18,705 Sat. $21,898 $18,705 Sun. $22,028 $18,705 Smoke No More -The Naval Hospital is sponsoring the "Smoke No More" workshop beginning February 10, four nights per week for two weeks, in the education and training classroom of the hospital. The workshop is free for all persons who desire to quit smoking. Class size is limited so register today. To register, call the hospital appointment desk at 2200 or 2208. Watch the Daily Gazette for more information about "quitting smoking." March 1986 Navy-wide Advancement Exams -The exams for the March 1986 Petty Officer Exams are: P03 -Tuesday, March 4, 1986 P02 -Thursday, March 6, 1986 P01 -Tuesday, March 11, 1986 Individuals intending on participating in the exams are reminded that all requirements for advancement must be completed no later than February 14, 1986. All individuals who are being transferred or anticipate being away from Guantanamo Bay during the examination period and desire to participate in the exam should make arrangements as soon as possible with the ESO supervisor so an exam can be transferred to the naval activity nearest where they are going. If you have any questions, please call ESO at 4553 or 4338. Craft Class Correction -A craft class, Weaving Reed Into Basket," will be held Monday, January 27 instead of tomorrow, from 6 to 9 p.m., in room 18 at the Community Service Center (Old High School). The fee is $10 a 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. New Locations For Vehicle Offices -The Vehicle Registration Office is now on the second floor of the office building on McCalla Hill. The phone number is 4572. The Pass and Identification Office is now in McCalla Hangar. The new phone number is 4791. ---------DAILY GAZETlE -U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN.Crmarder, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Chdr. Rick Fischer, USN.Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacy Byimgton .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 mil Cilleeau,USN. .Manaig itor J03 Teri Thras, USN.Asis itor Mrs. Diane Ameran. .Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efinff. Prdu~tion Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. the Dily Gazette is printed five times a week at governarnt expense on government equirsnnt, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Brarch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construd as official, or as the official views of the Navy Dpartment or Camander, U.S. Naval Base. Learn not By Chuck Gaudi This is the time of year when a lot of us make resolutions about all the good things we are looking forward to in the year ahead. That is fine, but it could be worthwhile to take a look back and review the not so great moments in the past. Were there any bad accidents in your realm of operations? How many close calls did you have? How many safety meetings were cancelled because you were to repeat mistakes "just too busy?" Could you have overlooked the infraction of some safety rules because you did not want to get anybody mad or because it would just take too long to correct the behavior? Maybe you were guilty of some of these things. Thinking about them is not very pleasant, but sometimes it is beneficial to us to think about some of the things that we did not do right last year. We can all benefit from our own experiences and the mistakes we have made in the past. Hopefully, we can learn not to repeat our own mistakes or the mistakes of others. So, perhaps we can all make a resolution this year to make our working lives as safe and productive as possible. If we can help, give the Occupation Safety and Health Office a call at 4529 or 4526. We hope you all have a sas and happy 1986. 0 Gospel Music Performance -A gospel recording group from Jamaica, the Nicholson Singers, will present a Grand Gospel Extravaganza Fashion Show at the Jamaican Cultural Center, February 8, 5:30 p.m. There Auto sales down Tick (UPI) -Automakers are hoping that cut-rate Bre is financing plans will help which you them sell cars. That had tickets. better happen. Auto dealer ane showrooms and backlots are Y~lBrn now jammed by more unsold Charles cars than the industry has MS2 Mu seen in four and one-half chief T years. Marry S The latest figures from Gina Co automotive news show 1.6 Laura B million unsold cars as of the S.L.HWe beginning of the year. That EllenF equals a 73-day supply. Lt. Chd The automakers have a Milsa P variety of plans available to M3 Sua tempt would-be 1Euyers. They W. Ba range from cut-rate financing AD2 Cra of 7.9 percent to cash PO Dte rebates of up to $1000. Judy Ma The Ford and General Motor Rebecca programs end February 22. Public American Motors' version is MrMc over January 31. Chrylser's PnMa is open-ended. Sandy S So far there is no sign the J. Wrd programs are working. Sales C. Uhim for the first 10 days of 0.Ile January were down 8.3 percent Barbara from the strong levels of -f ms Car last year. But analysts also 0. Hovi say it may be too early to F.Wl tell if the programs work. Lourdes Mary Roc Robert E. Gon2a Rita Rrl Art GreE If you h at 4271. will be prizes and surprizes and refreshments will be on sale. Admission is $5 for adults and $2.50 for children. For tickets, call Bill Smellie at 4801 AWH or C. Moses at 4498 AWH. cet representatives the list of representatives in various ccnmards in u may purchase Cuban-American Friendship Day Location Adnin Leeward Pint Adanin BEQ, BOQ Chaplains Office Clubs Ccnmissary/EX Camptroller Dntal Clinic Family Services Center FIG High School Hospital Marine Barracks toCD Ordnance Print Shop PSD nt: ,''D Adnin FWD Carpenter Shop FWD Bld. 688 PWD Engineering FWD Electrical Trades 1W) Bnergerry Services FWD Maintenance Control FWD Mtal Trades FWD Service Contracts FWD Transportation Recreation Services Safety SAMCO Security SIMA Supply Tryzna Village ave any further questions, please call Tarmy Gier oks Trotman liams Jr. aylor harp wsert urns llace ischer r. Mood egazzi rez bicki in s bylinski aPtter Fbrks Departne herson ut Tullock en ann a Cusack ran s on Swisher gers Smith ffus zales urtdtree emugh 2 Daily Gazette Thursday, January 23, 1986 L

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Marine Corps Exchange The Marine Corps Exchange has the following positions available positions available. Applications will be accepted until 11:30 a.m. January 24. a. Customer Service Clerk, Ps-2091-4/1, part time position, one required. For further information and a copy of the position description, please contact the Marine Corps Exchange Secretary (Bldg. M-613) or phone 2330/2570. Navy Exchange The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. 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 LS-3/$3.42 #131-85 Food Service Worker F/T NA-1/$3.57 or UC&-1/$2.30 #154-85 Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or TUS-4/$4.08 #167-85 Cashier-Checker P/T PS-2/$3.99 or 1ES-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 LOS-4/$4.08 #5-86 Sales Clerk (Specialty) PS-3/$4.27 or 10S-3/$3.42 #6-86 Motor Vehicle Operator (Courier) F/P NA-4/$4.77 or LGS-2/$2.75 Open Retail Store Open Stop Light Inn Open Retail Store Open Stop Light Inn Open Pizza Pub Open Blue Caribe Open Acounting Open Retail Store Leeward Pt. Open Aacounting Marine Barracks Enlisted Club Full-Charge Bookkeeper, AS-7/1, full time. At least one year bookkeeping experience required. Contact 2645 for more information. Hospital The hosptial has an inadiate vacancy for Medical Record Technician, GS-675-04/05/06. This position will be filled initially at the GS-4 level with pranotion potential to the higher levels after the incumbent has met all regulatory requirements and qualifications and at management's discretion. This is not a guarantee of promotion. Duties: The incumbent processes and manages patient and medical records, transcribes reports, codes, charts, maintains files, reviews records, prepares correspondence andr performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: This position is open to all U.S. citizen employees/residents of Guanatanamo Bay, and requires 1 1/2 years of general experience and six months of specialized experience. General experience is that which has provided a knowledge of clerical procedures that would be helpful in performing this line of work or a background knowledge of the medical environment or hospital procedures. Specialized experience is that which has provided the knowledges and skills needed to perform medical record technician work. Quality level of experiences: The six months of required specialized experience must have been comparable in difficulty and responsibility to the GS-3 level. Ranking elements: Knowledge of carplex medical terminology in a variety of specialized medical fields; ability to communicate processes (typing, filing, providing information); ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and deal harmoniously with others. This position requires a qualified typist (40 wpm). Educational substitutions will be allowed as per OPM Handbook X-118 which is available in the Civilian Personnel Office. Filing instructions: Applications (SF-171) must be submitted by close of business on Jan. 31 to the NBCPO. No printed announcement s will be distributed, however, the announcment number is 49-86. Applications are encouraged to adress the ranking elements listed above when carpleting their application and include all pertinent data relative to their qualifications for this position. Civilian Personnel Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business Jan. 28. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards. ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE 42-86 medical Clerk, (Typing), GS/fOS-679-03 leading to GS/LGS-679-04 43-86 Mail and File Clerk, (Typing), GS-305-04/05 44-86 Warehouse Worker, WG/fl-6907-05 TENP. Not to excea one year 267-85-A Warehouse Wrker, WG/fH3-6907-05 LOCATION Naval Hospital Naval Hospital WD Supply AN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE 36-86-A Firefighter (Structural), PS-081-03 leading to PS-04 TEMP. Not to exceed one year 46-86 Fducational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 (Part time. Not to exceed 6-13-86, but may be extending) EDCATION Fire Dept. Elaintary Open Register The positions listed below are the 1986 Permanent Register which may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office. Position and Grade Ann. No. Location *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 01-86 All Carmands (Permanent/Tarporary/FT/PT *Clerk Typist, GS/LfS-322-04, 02-86 All Camiards (Permanant/Paporary/Fr/PT *Secretary (Typing), GS/fS-318-04 03-86 All Camands (Permanent and Tanporary) *Secretary (Typing), GS/LAS-318-04 04-86 All Camiands leading to GS-05, or GS/LOS-318-05 (Permanent and Tarporary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS05-86 NBCPO 203-03; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing) GS/fOS-203-05 *Accounting Technician, GS/GS06-86 All Carmands 525-04 (Permanent and Tarporary) *Accounting Technician, GS/LES-52507-86 All Camands 04 leading to GS-05, or GS/tiS-52505 (Permanent and Tarporary) Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-209108-86 Carissary 02 leading to GS/10S-03, or GS/LGS-2091-03 (INT) Production Control Clerk, 09-86 PWD GS/IGS-303-04 Data Transcriber, Keypunch/CRT 10-86 Supply Entry GS/1OS-356-02 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-356-03 (Permanent and Trporary) Telephone Cperator, GS/LGS11-86 FWD 382-02/03 (Terp. Not to exceed one year) Educational Aid, GS/10S-1702-03 12-86 WIS Schools (Part Time) (Tarp. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but incumbents may be norrpetitively extended.) Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or NAF-13-86 Clubs Sales Store Checker, 105-209102 (INT, FT/PT) Recreation Aid, {S/FOS-0189-03 NAF-14-86 Recreation (INT, FT/PT) Services Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or NAF-15-86 Recreation Recreation Aid, 105-0189-02 Services (INT, FT/PT) Custodial Nrker, NA/Lk I3566-Ol NAF-16-86 All Camiards and NA/IX -3566-02 (INT, FT/Pr) Food Service Nrker, N4/l 3-7408NAF-17-86 Clubs 02 (INT, FT/PT) Waiter/aitress, NA/f.'-7420-02 NF-18-86 Clubs (TNT, FT/PT) Bartender, NA/k3-7405-O3 NAF-19-86 Clubs (TNT, FT/PT) Cook, NA/L'fI-7404-05 NAF-20-86 Clubs (TNT, FT/PF) Chidlcare Giver/Recreation Aid, NAF-21-86 Recreation PS/FOS-0189-03, (INT,FT/Pr) Services Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) NAF-22-86 Recreation PS/LOS-0189-03 (INT, FT/PT Services Club Operations Assistant, NAF-23-86 Clubs PS-1101-04 or Recreation Assistant, [05-0189-04 (IN, FT/PT) *Applications are requested to submit two (2) SF-171's for this register in order to receive concurrent consideration. Job Market Daily Gazette Thursday, Janu The Saler AUTOS '72 VW Squareback, $450; '72 Toyota Carolla, $400; '66 Ford Falcon, $300. Call 2489 AT. '77 Dodge Diplomat, 2-door hardtop, at, ps, tinted glass, 318 engine, 40,000 miles, nice car. Must see to appreciate, $1800. Call 3648 after 2 p.m. '70 Buick station wagon, new transmission, water pump, and gas pump. Good running condition, $800 neg. Call Hugh at 4011 AWH or 4653 DWH. SEWING MACHINE Brand new sewing machine. Penney's 40-stitch model with built-in buttonholder, all metal parts, $359.59 in winter catalog. Will sell for $195. If interested, call 3310 AT right away before I return it to Penney's for refund. TELEVISION Zenith 19" color TV, table model, remote control, looks and works like new, $300. Call Chief Kaufman at 4734 DWH or 2595 AWH. SERVICES We clean your house for final inspection, guaranteed to pass inspection. Call Maria at 3385 or Julia at 3681. I will prepare egg rolls. Hot and cold hors d'oeuvres for your next party. Call 3165 after 7 p.m. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Atari video computer with Donkey Kong, Bezerk, Barnstormers and Combat, $50. Call 2489 AT. Amos electric "Strat" style guitar with hard shell case, strap, and cord $165 neg. Call Al at 6266 after 5 p.m. and leave message. TYPEWRITER Smith-Corona 2200 electric typewriter, .$300 new, will sell for $200. Call 2489 AT. LOST Single key on ring with tag saying, "Crash Kit." Call 4579 AT. APPLIANCES One 17 cu.ft. upright freezer, $200. Call 3714 AWH. FURNITURE Headboard and frame for a full or queen size bed, very good condition, $50. Call 3648 after 2 p.m. Small dining room set with center leaf and four matching chairs, good condition, $50. Call Mike at 2872 I H or 2919 AWH. MISCELLANEOUS Picnic table, $25; small animal travel cage, $15. Call 3714 AWH. Vitamaster Station One pully system weight machine, excellent condition, $200. Fully assembled. Call Dudley at 2269 INJH. Bell bicycle helmet, V-1 Pro, white, excellent condition, $30. Call Dudley at 2269 IMH. TWO WHEELERS Red Yamaha CA50 scooter, excellent condition, comes with manuals, basket ans two helmets. Good transportation, $550 neg. Call 2197 AWN. '83 Garelli moped, 50cc (40 mph), $250 or best offer. Call Ron at 3051 UNH or 3868 AWH. Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business on Jan. 30. ary 23, 1986

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Acupunturist flies in to treat McMahon (AP)-Four days before Super Bowl 20, Chicago quarterback Jim McMahon looks ready to play. Bears' coach Mike Ditka says yesterday's acupuncture treatment on McMahon was "a pleasant surprise." A Chicago acupunturist was flown to New Orleans yesterday to treat McMahon for sore buttocks that were bruised in the NFC title game. The injury has limited McMahon's movement and scrambling ability, and yesterday's treatment appeared to help. New England wide receiver Irving Fryar and defensive end Kenneth Sims took part in their first workouts of the week yesterday. Both are recovering from injuries. Patriots' coach Raymond Berry is optimistic that Fryar can resume his punt returning duties by Sunday, however, Berry said he doubts that Sims will be activated for the game. New Orleans Saints' owner Tom Benson says Wade Phillips is no longer a candidate for the Saints' head coaching position. Phillips guided the team as interim coach after his father, Bum, stepped down during the 1985 season. Two other pro notes, the Pro Football Writers of America have named wide receiver Eddie Brown of the Cincinnati Bengals their Rookie of the Year. And The Sporting News has selected Los Angeles Raiders running back Marcus Allen as its NFL Player of Year. Area Athletics January Hay Ride -Come to our January hay ride on Jan. 24, Upper Chapman Beach. They hay wagon departs Chapman Beach and tours NAS, and then back to Upper Chapman Beach for more fun. There will be more than one trip around NAS if necessary. There will also be refreshments and a D.J. at Lower Chapman. For more information, contact Rhonda Ryan at 6526. Entry fee is $1. 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. The Sportsman By Charles Morey (AP) -Special units are the "SWAT" teams of pro football. They carry no lethal weapons, but they play break-down-the-door football. They work on kickoff and kick-returns, punting and punt-returns, and place-kicking groups, going either way. They could decide the Super Bowl game in New Orleans on Sunday between the Chicago Bears and New England Patriots. If the turnover ratio is heavy against one of the two squads, it will make it just that more difficult to win. The Patriots think they have the finest special teams in the NFL. Twice during the playoffs in route to New Orleans, they pounced on fumbled kickoffs for touchdowns. They also did it in one of their final two regular season games. Willie Gault, one of the Chicago kickoff return men, says the Patriots are impressive. But he says that he and the other kickoff returners for the Bears have not coughed up the football all year. Yes, he says, the Patriots can force mistakes with their hard tackling, but he thinks the Bears will be able to withstand the shock waves. Gault, by the way, sometimes goes both ways on special teams. He may be used as the safety man for the Bears when they kick off. Willie is fast enough, he has world class early foot, to run down any Patriot who gets into the open with the ball. The Bears led the league in returning kickoffs, which means they have some solid blockers out in front. But they did not do as well in kickoff defense, they were the fourth worst in the circuit. Coach Mike Ditka grumbles like, well, a Bear, when that subject comes up. He says his team is maligned in the kickoff return numbers, and he points out that his players performed well in the two playoff games they won, both shutouts. Punt returns are regarded as even more difficult, not to mention dangerous, than kickoffs. The reason, of course, is the fact that the player returning the punt usually catches the ball just in time to see a wave of opposing huskies bearing down on him. Keith Ortega, a wide receiver, does the punt returning for the Bears, and Ditka has high praise for him. He says Ortega is a north-and-south runner, meaning he goes straight ahead when he gets the ball. Ditka said, "He does not look for the sidelines." The Patriots are a little worried about their return situation. Irving Fryar did it all year, and was one of the best. He is fast and shifty. But Irving suffered a cut hand before the Miami game on January 12, and did not play. His replacement, defensive back Roland James, fumbled twice. Fryar reportedly wants to play on Sunday. New England coaches pay a lot of attention to their special teams, and hold regular drills on how to recover fumbles. At least once in every practice, all the Patriot players have to take a turn at falling on a loose ball. There also is a drill in getting up and running with the ball. They used to call it "Madison Square Garden Fever," "Yankee Stadium Fever", and now, it is "Super Bowl Fever." It is the nervous grip that fastens on a player who is performing in a big and famous arena, or in a big game, for the first time. The Chicago Bears and New England Patriots have been there before. Tight end Derrick Ramsey was with the Oakland Raiders when they ran all over the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-10, five years ago. Two other New England players were on the losing side that day. They are backup center Guy Morriss, and place-kicked Tony Franklin. Ramsey got a championship ring, and says he values it so much he keeps it in a safe. Morriss and Franklin had to be content with the losers' share of the spoils. Morriss said the Eagles were too tight, and added that coach Dick Vermeil's hard practices left them that way. Coach Ray Berry of the Patriots is not repeating that error. He has tried to keep his men loose in practice drills this week. Gators upset Louisiana State 74-65 (AP) -University of Florida coach Norm Sloan credited a full-court press and aggressive rebounding for last night's Top-20 upset. The Gators beat 14th-ranked Louisiana State 74-65. All three of LSU's losses this season have come in Southeastern Conference play. The other four Top-20 teams that played last night won. Eighth-ranked St. John's Natt scores 30 points downed Fordham 56-47 behind 17 points from Walter Perry. Rafael Addison fired home 29 points as ninth-ranked Syracuse drilled Providence 95-73. Sixteenth-rated Norte Dame slipped past American Univ sity 67-56. Virginia Tech, ranked-, overcame a five-point halftime deficit and beat North Carolina A+T 79-75. Nuggets sink Nets 137-124 (AP) -Around the NBA last night, Alex English flipped in 43 points and Calvin Natt scored 30 to lead the Denver Nuggets past the New Jersey Nets 137-124. The Clippers won for the fourth time in five games, and the Mavericks lost for the fourth time in five outings. Los Angeles beat Dallas 131-118. Kelly Tripucka scored 24 points, including a threepoint play in the final half-minute, to help the Detroit Pistons edge the Cleveland Cavaliers 107-104. Philadelphia's front line led the way to a 118-111 victory over the Phoenix Suns. Charles Barkley had 29 points and 14 rebounds for the 76ers. Moses Malone added 23 points and ten boards. Atlanta hit 56 of 83 shots, over 67 percent, and the Hawks blew away the Golden State Warriors 131-100. Dominique Wilkins scored 25 points and Randy Wittman added 23 for Atlanta. Portland Center Sam Bowie is expected to be back in the team's lineup tonight. He' missed five games because a deep shin bruise. Former NBA all-star John Drew says he is talking with lawyers about his situation. Drew's currently playing in the Continental Basketball Association. This week the NBA told him he was banned from the league until the 1987-88 season because he has not fulfilled terms of a follow-up program after his 1984 stay in a drug rehabilitation center. Sidelines. Celtics Roll Over Lakers (UPI) --The Boston Celtics rolled to 110-95 victory over the defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers. Last night's meeting was the first between the two powers since last June's playoff. The Celtics were led by Dennis Johnson, who scored 22 points, and Larry Bird, who tacked on 21. Both clubs have lost eight games this season, fewest a in the NBA. The win also improves Boston's home record to an astounding 18-1. Jordan Returns To Bulls (UPI) -Michael Jordan may return to the Chicago Bulls' lineup by the middle of next month. Last year's NBA "Rookie of the Year" has been out since October 29, when he broke his foot in a game at Golden State. But yesterday, Jordan's walking cast was traded in for a brace and team officials say the star forward-guard may resume practicing in three weeks. Penguins Surprise Oilers (UPI) -Mike Bullard scored three goals and Mario Lenieux handed four assists as the Pittsburgh Penguins surprised Edmonton 7-4 on the Oilers' home ice. a The Penguins trailed 3-2 entering the final period, but erupted and beat Edmonton goalie 3r Andy Moog five times in the last session. The victory moves the Penguins into a third-place ; tie with the New York Islanders in the NHL's Patrick Division. V Calvin Pete Defends His Title (UP) -The $500,000 Phoenix Open begins today, with defending-champion Calvin Pete on hand to defend his title. The field also includes, Tom Watson, who has bypassed the tournament since 1978, and Jack Nicklaus, who returns for the first time since winning the Phoenix in 1964. I I M / ny t ,. v.e fu n i ,y4 ,-w~ v ww r I WII ,, ie oV1// i Y r ,f( r 1r"t 4 r (lh~r. J (/ t/i ,ir. /ty i ,.V// j 1 .'4, 4 Daily Gazette Thursday, January 23, 1986 7E&


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