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,1H// Guantanamo Bay, Cuba -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -N\ W E News of the bay School Safety -Motorists are reminded that school is back in session and there is a 20 mph school zone in effect between Nob Hill Road and Marine Site, along Sherman Ave. The school zone is in effect on school days, twice a day, from 7:15 -8 a.m., and from 1:50 2:35 p.m. PSD Customer Service Hours -Patrons of the Personnel Detachment Guantanamo Bay are reminded that PSD Customer Service Hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. -2 p.m. Emergencies anytime. New Arrivals-To announce in the paper the newest addition to your family, please submit to the Daily Gazette the parent's full names, the baby's name, the date of birth and weight of the baby. Parents: LT Douglas and Mandy Fames Baby's Name: Kathryn Ann Born: August 25, 1986 Weight: 7 pounds, 1 ounces Parents: CM2 Michael and Becky Icenogle Baby' s Name: Joshua Michael Born: August 31, 1986 Weight: 6 pounds, 12 ounces MAC Flight Seat Availability As of September 15 (8:30 a.m.) For more information, call PSD Transportation. Date September GTMO/ Norfolk Norfolk/ GTHO Guantanamo's commissary goes "scanning" By Lt.Cadr. I.B. Barrera Navy Resale Activity Officer With today's opening of the Commissary, out goes price punching, and in comes price scanning. Guantanamo Bay's Commissary enters the high-tech world of computer application to grocery sales management. Voice price repeater will probably come next. Price scanning is made possible by the new 2126 NCR Smart Registers, which are equipped with optical scanners that read bar codes imprinted on each grocery item. The bar codes are unique with each scannable item because this is where the price is based. Customers need not worry about price discrepancies, because a one hundred percent scan for bar code, price matching has been completed in the store. Customers will reap the benefit of this improvement by time saved at the check out registers. With the new price scanning system, 40 to 50 line items can be scanned in one minute. Under the old method, manual price punching, only 15 to 20 items could be rung up in one minute. The new scanning registers will automatically add the five percent Commissary surcharge. Also, yelling of "price checks" by check out personnel will be a thing of the past. Cornissary store customers are reminded that scanning is good only for grocery items with bar codes. Produce will be coded with 'price look up (PLU)' and will be automatically priced after weighing. Fresh and frozen, locally packaged meat, will still be price-punched the old way. In case of a power outage, the scanning system is equipped with an external diesel generator that will provide uninterrupted power. For any further questions about the new Commissary scanning capability, contact PO1 Occiano, 4438 or 4134. 16 .82 19 .43 23 .99 26 .73 30 .78. October .0 .35 .26 .67 .26 3 .62. 27 7 .96. 30 10 .96. 42 14 .96 .39 17 .102 .44 21 .105 .36 24 .100 .47 28 .104.30 31 .99 NAVNEWS '86 AIDS Testing Policy Update People who test positive for the HTLV-III antibody will not be allowed to become commissioned or warrant officers, according to a recent manorandum from Deputy Secretary of Defense, William H. Taft, IV. The HTLV-III antibody has been closely associated with the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Persons who are officer candidates and test positive, will be disenrolled immediately from the program. Persons testing positive who are extended on active duty prior to entering the officer program, and do not have any symptoms of the AIDS disease or progressive clinical illness, may be retained as enlisted. If the individual requests discharge, an honorable or entry level separation will be granted if it is based solely on a confirmed positive test result. People testing positive while in the Reserve Officer Training Corps will also be disenrolled. Those persons will be allowed to keep any financial support through the end of the academic semester, and will not have to make repayment. Cadets and midshipmen attending the service acadamies will be discharged if they test positive, but may be granted a delay in separation until the end of the academic year. A cadet or midshipman in their final academic year may be allowed to graduate but without a connission. They will be granted an honorable discharge if it is based solely on a confirmed positive test result. inside Page 2 -Col. Jones, Legal Background Page 2 -Hispanic Heritage Week Page 3 -The Saler Page 4 -NFL Standings Page 4 -Baseball Standings M.N. Check out faster -Automatic price 40 to 50 items per minute. Guantanamo "good scanners are in place in the Guantanamo Bay and getting better." (Photo by PH2 Clarence Commissary. The scanners can scan prices of Arnold) Joe Kennedy favored in Massachusetts primary (UPI) -Today is Tuesday and another round of primary elections is scheduled, this time in Massachusetts and Washington state. Oklahoma has a run-off. The attention will be focused on Massachusetts. Election officials predict a larger than usual voter turnoutJoseoh Kennedy II is CPO Indoctrination Graduates -Today is CPO Initiation day for 1986 CPO selectees. The following selectees recently graduated from the Naval Station CPO Indoctrination course. Front row, left to right: ABFC Clote Hemphill (Brig) ; ATC Donald Morgan (VC-l0); ENC William Smith (SATCOM); MMC Larry Taylor (Commissary); BMC David Hanna (NAVSTA); ATC John Rousset (VC-l0); ENC Michael Cash (NAVSTA); and MMC considered the favorite in a Democratic primary for the congressional seat of House Speaker Thomas O'Neill, who is retiring. -Kennedy is the eldest son of the late Senator Robert Kennedy. Young Kennedy is in a crowded Democratic field that includes James Roosevelt, grandson of President Franklin Roosevelt, and Melvin King, the only black ever to reach Boston's mayoral runoff. Kennedy and State Senator George Bachrach were believed to be in a tight race until recently, when several key endorsements pushed Kennedy to a big lead in public opinion polls. V+ ~1 ( (DV) John Lesch (SIMA). Back row, left to right: SKC Gary Howland (SIMA); EMC Fermin Bautista (NAVSTA); MSC Manuel Liwanag (NAVSTA); MSC Wayne Wilson (NAVSTA); YNC Mary Bray (NAS); RMC James Williams (BCT); RMC Roxine Hart (BCT); BMC Earl Pinkerton (NAVSTA); ENC Roy Hollinsworth (SIMA); and HMC William Smith (Hospital). (Photo by PH3 Leon Dudley)

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the Officer's Fleet Social -Fleet Training Group (FTG) and NAVBASE COMO Club will host an Officer's Fleet Social Friday, Sept. 19, 6:30 p.m., on the COMO Club patio, featuring heavy hors d'oeuvres and a no-host bar. Dress is casual civilian attire. The purpose is to socialize, have fun and promote interchange between FTG staff, NAVBASE personnel and U.S. Navy and Coast Guard ships undergoing training here. A steak cookout for all will be available on the COMO Club patio beginning at 8 p.m. Additionally, ship personnel desiring dinner inside the COMO Club following the fleet social, should make reservations in advance by calling 2531. For more information, call Lt. Cmdr. Hood, 4517. Marine Corps Exchange Anniversary Sale -The MCX Anniversary sale has been extended until Sept. 21, due to the barge bringing more sale items. As received, the sale merchandise will go to the Exchange, so come see all the new and different merchandise. Recreation Comnittee/Council Meets -The Recreation Committee/Council meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 17, 3 p.m., in the COMNAVBASE Conference Room. All members are asked to attend. Forum On Speech And Language Problems -Tonight, Sept. 16, at the W.T. Sampson Elementary School Room B-10, at 7 p.m., Dr. Bonnie Strickland, DODDS special education coordinator, will address questions and concerns regarding DODDS' policy for providing services for students who have speech and/or language difficulties. All interested persons are encouraged to attend. Upcoming Court Term -The Naval Legal Service Office will be closed Sept. 23 -30 for week one of a two-week court term. The office will be open from 8 9:30 a.m. only between Oct. 1 -7 for week two of the court term. For more information, call 4600. Dinner Theater At Windjammer Club -Baker's Play, "The Count Will Rise Again," by Dennis Snee will be performed as dinner theater at the Windjammer Club, Tuesday, Sept. 30. The club invites its patrons to enjoy dinner and a comedy play for an evening filled with good food and many laughs. This Dracula spoof will begin at 8 p.m. For table reservations or menu information, call 2304. For play information, call 3637 AWH. Marine Corps Exchange Hours Of Operation -For your shopping convenience, the Marine Corps Exchange and Toyland will change their hours of operation to better serve the community. Beginning Sunday, Sept. 21, hours of operation will be: Monday -Friday, 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. Caribbean Naval Lodge AF And AM -The Caribbean Naval Lodge AF and AM will conduct work and instruction in the Fist Degree, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 7:30 p.m., in Bldg. AV-54. All Masons are cordially and fraternally invited to attend. Officers Hail And Farewell -It's Hawaiian Night at the Deer Point Officer's Club, Saturday, Sept. 20. Cocktails will be served at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 per person, available from your committee representative or at the register in the COMO Seaside Room. Tickets sold at the door will be $10 per person, and only 25 tickets will be available, so please buy early. For table reservations, call 2132. U ys y er U.S. Navy's only shore-based' daily newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN.Commarrer, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Bob Hines, USN .Public Affairs Officer JCI2 Cary Bith, USN. Assistant Public Affairs Officer Jl Stacey3Byingtof, US N.ManagingEditor J03 Teri as. .distant SN Kim Fields, USN.Staff Assistant JOSA Juan Coona, USN. S ,f Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to t1rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, urder t direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Canmander, U.S. Naval Base. The Public Affairs Office is on the first floor of Building 760 (Admin Hill) .If you need assistance, please call us at 4819 or 4502. Colonel Jones, extensive legal background In a change of command ceremony held September 8, the Marine Barracks/Ground Defense Force received a new commanding officer. Col. Gerald W. Jones relieved Col. James S. Adams as commanding officer in a ceremony conducted on the parade deck in front of the headquarters building at the Marine Site. Col. Jones, born Sept. 27, 1941 in Ellisville, Miss., graduated from high school in 1959. He continued his education at the University of Southern Mississippi graduating in 1962 with a bachelor's degree in business administration. In June 1962, Col. Jones joined the Marine Corps Reserves and attended recruit training at Parris Island, N.C. He remained in the reserves until he was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps in December 1964. Col. Jones served as a platoon commander with the 1st Reconnaissance Battalion and as the commanding officer of K Company 3/7 in Vietnam during which time he was promoted to captain. Upon his return to the United States he served as a company commander in the 1st Infantry Training Regiment at Camp Lejeune, N.C. until his release from active duty in November 1967. After his separation from active service, Col. Jones earned a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Southern Mississippi and a master's degree in education from Mississippi College. He also received a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Mississippi. In addition to holding a teaching job with the Jackson Mississippi Public School System, Col. Jones remained active in the reserves serving with the 13th Force Reconnaissance Company and later with A Company 4th Reconnaissance Battalion in Mobile, Ala. Col. Jones returned to active duty in June 1974 and, following completion of U. S. Navy Judge Advocate General's School at Newport, R. I., was designated a judge advocate and assigned to duty with the 2D Marine Division at Camp Lejeune, N.C. Upon his promotion to major, he we.s assigned as chief defense counsel and later as chief trial counsel of the 2D Division. Col. Jones then served in Okinawa as a special court-martial judge and upon his return to the United States in July 1977 he attended the advance course at the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's School at Charlottesville, Va. In June 1978 he was assigned to MCAS Cherry Point, N.C. as a special and genral court-martial judge and was promoted to lieutenant colonel in Sept. 1980. Assigned again to the 2D Marine Division at Camp Lejeune in June 1981, he served as the deputy staff judge advocate and later as the staff judge advocate until June 1984. Col. Jones was TAD to Beirut, Lebanon in 1983 where he served as the assistant European command liaison officer to the Multi-National Peacekeeping Forces. In July 1984 Col. Jones reported to the Joint Special Operations Agency at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C. for duty as the legal advisor. He was promoted to colonel July 1, 1986 and reported to the Marine Barracks/Ground Defense Force in Septenber. The colonel's decorations include the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V", Defe Meritorious Service Med Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Silver Star and the Lebanese Order of the Cedars Medal. Col. Jones is married to the former Mary Montrea Moore of Edinberg, Miss., and they have one son, David. Col Jones' family is scheduled to arrive on the base in October. Colonel Gerald W. Jones, USMC Hispanics in U.S. military, defending freedoO By Tom Price AFIS Correspondent Young Hispanics do not have to look far to find heroes. Jose Marti gave his life so Cuba would be free. Luis Munoz Rivera, through patience and hard work, helped secure autonomy for Puerto Rico from the Spanish. And today, Henry Cisneros of San Antonio, Texas, and Federico Pena of Denver, Colo., are mayors of two of the larges cities in America. Hispanics in the United States military do not have to look far to find positive role models and heroes either. Even as far back as the Revolutionary War, fighters with Hispanic surnames, be they Spanish, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican, Central or South American, contributed significantly to protecting the United States and what it stands for. These contributions will be honored publicly during this week, which is designated National Hispanic Heritage Week by public law. The fnllwn i r n hicountry. During the American Revolution, Bernardo de Galvez, with a small band of men, cleared the British out of southern Mississippi. Before his death in 1786, de Galvez captured Mobile, Ala., and as Spanish governor of Louisiana, he commanded the Spanish troops which defeated British forces in west and east Florida. Americans never forgot de Galvez; the city of Galveston, Texas, is named after him. Continued in tomorrow's MaI.y na-e,.e ,e oiowing are some ns-DayGzet panics who have contributed to America's defense. They are representative of all Hispanics who have served and are now serving their IeITAGE .,,,eta thebr l5th 2 Daily Gazette Tuesday, September 16, 1986

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Submit on 8 1/211l' sheet of paper. Must be signed and have a phone number. Bring to PAO Office, Bldg. 760, Admin Hill. Phone 4502 or 4819. r AUTOS '70 Chevy Blazer 4x4, 307, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, new tires, $1,250. Call 4954 DWH. '65 MG Convertible, black with wire wheels. Too many new parts to list. Can be seen at ferry landing, $2,500. Call 4790 AWH. '68 Chrysler. Good body and interior, very dependable. Can be seen at ferry landing, $800. Call 4790 AWH. Corvair Monza 600. Car co lector 's dream. Two-door hardtop, six-cylinder, four speed. Needs left rear strut rod bushing, $400. Call 2847 AT. '80 Camaro. Black, runs great. Automatic, tilt steering, AM/FM cassette with equalizer, two new tires, rear window louvers, $3,200 or best offer. Call 3715 AT. '78 Volkswagon Rabbit. Air conditioning, $1,000. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. '84 Ford Escort. 26,000 miles, great condition, $4,500 or best offer. Call Paula, 2560, 2249 DWH, or 2856 AWH. '71 Ford LTD. Runs, but needs work, $100. Call 4645 DWH, B302 "C" complex AWH. '73 LTD Wagon. New, re-built transmission, power steering, power breaks, just inspected in August, $1,000. Call 4180. '70 International 3/4-ton pickup. Heavy duty with overload springs, $1,000. Call 64 Barracuda with push-button transmission. Body work completed, have original paint, $1,000. Call 4180. '79 Chevy Monza hatchback. V-6 engine, four-speed. Very dependable, $1,500 or best offer. Call Bart, 4698, after 6 p.m. AT. '69 Mustang Fastback. Restored 85 -90 percent, new 302 engine with 3/4 cam, headers and 600 CFM Holley. Too many new parts. to list, $4,000. Call Randy, 4954, 4882 EWH, 4581 AWH. QPlymouth V-8. One owner a e new, $1,200. Call Randy 4954, 4882 OWH, 4581 AWH. '72 International Harvester V8, $800. Call Randy, 4954, 4882 DWH, 4581 AWH. '72 Ford pickup with flat bed. Good condition, $1,700. Can be seen at ferry landing. Call Monte, 4493 after 10 p.m. '79 Ford Fairlane. Two-door, with sunroof, $1,300 or best offer. Call 2723 AT. '70 Pontiac. Good condition, engine, transmission good. Spare parts, $600. Call 2860 OWH, 3847 AWH. '75 Ford Pinto. Two-door, four-cylinder, green. In good condition with four new tires, $1,000 negotiable. Can be seen at ferry landing. Call 4784 AWH. '73 Plymouth, $500. Come to AV 89, rm. 22, ferry landing, after 5 p.m. '80 Dodge Omni. White with red interior, four-cylinder, four-speed, power steering, power brakes, a/c, 43,000 miles, $2,500. Call 4761 OWH, 4539 AWH. '64 Chevy Impala. Two-tone blue, white, two-door, V-8 engine, automatic with auto shift. Goodyear Eagle ST radial tires less than one year old. Good condition, power steering. A classic, $2,000 negotiable. Call 3142 AT. '75 Vega, $600. Call Ted, 4954 AT. MOTORCYCLES '80 Yamaha XS65OSG. New tires, exhaust, $700. Call 4954 DWH. '83 Nighthawk 450 with windshield and luggage rack. Very low Guantanamo miles. Call PO John Taylor, 4702 DWH, 2827 AWH. '83 Honda 750 Shadow. 7,000 miles, new tires, brakes, ignition. Other new parts, two brand new helmets, never been used. Many extras, $1,350. Call Buck, 4954 DWH, 4651 AWH. '83 Yamaha 750 Maxima. Black, excellent condition, 11,000 miles. Comes with protection cover and black Bell full-face helmet, $2,300 firm. Call Tony, 6414 DWH, 3531 AWH. BOATS Bass boat, 15', 48HP Mariner engine, new carpet, new steering, new Sears cover, new Sears trolling motor, on trailer, $2,500. Call 4180 Boston whaler, 13.5' with 35HP Evinrude engine. With trailer, has current safety inspection, $1,500. Call 4882 DWH, 4363 AWH. Sportcraft 18' Cathedral hull with trailer, '85 Yamaha outboard motor, 115HP. Includes safety gear and VHF radio. Call 2827 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS Two for sale, both in excellent condition. 20,800 BTU, 2 1/2 years old with energy saver, $300. 5,000 BTU, less than one year old, $250. Will sell both for $500. Call 3571 AWH. Will be available Sept. 25. Two Fedders 11,000 BTU. Available Oct. 3, $150 each. Very good condition. Call 3361 AT. the aier Daily Gazette Tuesday, September 16, 1986 3 Whirlpool 13,000 BTU, 220 volt. Works well, cools entire lower story of Granadillo-type housing, $125 or best offer. Available Sept. 17. Call 4906 DWH or 3302 AT. APPLANCES GE refrigerator. One year old, frost-free, $200. Call Ted 4954 AT. Amana microwave, just inspected, $175. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH. Refrigerator. Small, good condition, perfect for barracks, $100. Call Buck, 4954 DWH, 4651 AWH. Refrigerator, green, $75. Call Bart, 4698, anytime after 6 p.m. Refrigerator/freezer, $300. See Ira, AV 89, R. 22, ferry landing, after 5 p.m. Westinghouse washer for parts. Bad water seals and gaskets around tub and pump. Motor, transmission, and electrical all good, $50. Call 2160 AWH. Whirlpool washer and dryer, $75. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Whirlpool no frost, side-byside refrigerator, 26.5 cu. ft. Has automatic ice and water dispenser, $700. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Whirlpool washer, $250. Whirlpool dryer, $200. Whirlpool dishwasher with butcher block top, $250. All three years old. Excellent condition, available Sept. 21. Call 4536 LWH, 4464 AWH. Two Whirlpool side-by-side refrigerators with ice makers, one with water and ice. One five years old, one one year old. Both in excellent condition, $800 each negotiable. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH. Freezer, 27.5 cu. ft. Upright, very good condition, $450, or best offer. Call 3361 AT. Washer, very good condition, $175. Available Oct. 3. Call 3331 AT. Freezer, chest-type, good for bait, $50. Call 4180. FURNITURE Waterbed, super single, $100. Call Buck, 4954 DWH, 4651 AWH. White provincial bedroom group, $200. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH. Brown sofa, good condition, $50. Call 3575 AT. Bassinet with hood, two liners, hood cover, sheets. Good conditi n, $20. J.C. Penny swingjbassinet and baby swi ith music box. Like new, 20. Wooden cradle with stand, bumper pad, sheets, $15. Call Rose, 2288 EWH, 3140 AWH. Sealy queen-size bed, firm, $250. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Two love seats and one couch, $100. Call 2723 AT. Teak dining room table and six chairs, $500. Call 2723 AT. TVS Black and white, 13", $50. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH. Zenith console color, 25", $300. See Ira, AV 89, rm. 22, ferry landing, after 5 p.m. 13" color TV, $30. Call Bart, 4698, after 6 p.m. Sony remote control, $250. Call Mike Lane, 4493, between 3 and 9 p.m. STEREO EQUIPMENT Lasonic portable AM/FM cassette player with detachable speakers, $75. Call 4790 AWH. Yamaha Class "A" stereo, $2,000. Call Mike Lane, 4493, between 3 and 9 p.m. DIVE GEAR Seaquest BC. Paid $160, asking $80. Two dive tanks, $80 for one, $60 for other, both for $125. Call Monte, 4493 after 10 p.m. Complete set of dive gear, includes wet suit, Seaquest ADV-BC, Mares regulator with Sherwood Octopus and Dacor three-instrument console, 80 cu. ft. aluminum tank, two Tri-view masksAthree pair fins, weg,,Obbelt with plasticred weights. Also horse collar BC, game bag, two underwater lights, gear bag, booties, size 11. Many other incidentals. Take all for $600. Original purchase price, $1,200 one year ago. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH. Seaquest BC, never used, $200. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Compete set of dive gear, all Dacor. Small BC, one hose regulator, depth gauge, pressure gauge, tank, fins, snorkel, mask, gloves. All brand new, $525. Woman's wet suit, long, zippered, ankles, $50. For more information, call 2128. BICYCLES Boy's Huffy dirt bike. Good condition, $45. Call 3361 AT. Nishiki 15-speed, Shimano hubs, Unimega harnessed pedals. In good condition, $200. Call Monte, 4493 after 10 p.m. Ladies 27" 10-speed. Brand new, paid $200, asking $150. Call Bart, 4698, after 6 p.m. MISCELLANEOUS Olympic barbell and weights, 285 lbs, $200. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Six each, excellent condition, pro-type tennis racquets with new white, Adidas tennis bag, 18 new and used tennis balls, six pair, various color wrist bands, $100. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH. Outfit for Navy Ball. Tuxedo, complete with white dinner jacket, matching shirt, cummerbund, suspenders, white gloves. Both jackets, size 40, pants size 32-33 waist, 32 length. All for only $200. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH. Men's clothing, all styles and colors. Shirts medium to large, dress pants and jeans, waist 32-35, length 30-32. Three-piece suits. Some items new, all in excellent condition. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH. Weights and bench, 110 lbs., $60. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH. Smith-Corona 2200 typewriter, like new, all manuals, $100. Call 3808 after 2 p.m. Baby high chair with tray, stores easily. Excellent condition, $15. Call 4901 DWH, 2593 AWH. Aria Pro II RS series electrical guitar. Perfect condition with case and strings, $250. Call 4790 AWH. 18 cans of 104 Octane Booster, $5 per can. Call 4790 AWH. Black and Decker hedge triamer, and Weed Eater. Both for $50. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Boy's large (14-16) winter coat. Parka-style with hood, worn two months, in top condition, $45. Call 4180 AT. Baby items. Crib with mattress, swing, bath tub, potty chair, changing table, and baby carrier for bicycle. All items in excellent condition. Call 2638 AWH. Rubber raft with four oars. Seats four. Very good condition, $35 or best offer. Call 3361 AT. Plants, three for $1, 50 cents and up. Miscellaneous U.S. coins, old bottles, 50 cents and up. Boots, $7. Gold charms, $15. Call 4968 AWH. Boogie board, suitable for 8year-old, $5. Call 3361 AT. Sharp VCR (new) paid $292, will sell for $240. Casiotone CT-320 electronic keyboard. Great fun for the family, $145. Three lovely Italian paintings in beautiful frames, $40 each. Firmflax body machine and weights, $35. Weight bench, 200 lbs. weight and other accessories, $60. Call 3405 AT. Electric ice cream freezer, $10. Eureka cannister vacuum cleaner with attachments, $20. One new set of Harvard Classics, $15. Call 4223 AWH. LOST Set of three-connected key rings with Garfield, a daisy and shell with assorted keys attached. Call 2722 AT. FOUND One set of keys outside Bldg. 760. They go to security Friday, Sept. 19. Call 4502 CWH. WANTED Carpets. 12xl8, good quality and good condition. Neutral colors, light brown and beige. Call 2777 after 7 p.m. Call Jan at 4402 DWH. Glass for picture frames. One eighth-inch thickness by any dimension. Will pay reasonable price. Call 2912 AWH. Looking for boat accessories. VHF radio with antenna, AM/EM cassette, speakers, boarding ladder. Will trade or pay, call 4373 OWH, 2593 AWH. Windshield for a '67, '68 Camaro or Firebird. Call 6169 AT. Medium-size dog carrier. Call 6366 DWH, 3132 AWH. SERVICES House cleaning for final inspection. Will stand the inspection with you. For more information, call Lynn, 2986. POW/MIA Recognition Day Friday, September 19

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Mets miss it in St. Louis (AP) -New York Mets' manager Davey Johnson says "It's like waiting for a baby that doesn' t seam to come on time." The Mets missed on their fourth chance at clinching at least a tie for the National League East title when they lost at St. Louis 1-0 in 13 innings last night. Roger McDowell walked Cardinal pinch-hitter Curt Ford with bases loaded to produce the run. Phillies/Pirates Second-place Philadelphia, coming off a three-game sweep of the Mets, shut out the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-0. Left-hander Don Carman threw a four-hitter for the Phillies. Cubs/Expos Leadoff hitter Chico Walker collected four hits, two runs and an RBI while sparking the Chicag.o Cubs past the Montreal Expos 7-3. Yankees/Blue Jays In the American League, the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays both moved within eight and a-half games of the idle Boston Red Sox in the East Division. Don Mattingly's three-run homer in the seventh inning boosted the Yanks past the Baltimore Orioles 5-3. The Blue Jays leapt past the Milwaukee Brewers 5-2 on a tie-breaking three-run homer by Willie Upshaw. Angels/White Sox California's lead over Texas in the West Division stayed at nine games. The Angels got a two-run sacrifice fly from Ruppert Jones during a five-run inning, and they held off the Chicago White Sox 6-5. Indians/Twins Cleveland's Tom Candiotti threw his fourteenth complete game of the season. The Indians shut out the Minnesota Twins 4-0 on Candiotti's seven-hitter. National League Standings East Division W L PCT. GB New York 93 50 .650 -Philadelphia 75 68 .524 18 St. Louis 72 71 .503 21 Montreal 70 71 .496 22 Chicago 61 82 .427 32 Pittsburgh 58 84 .408 34 1/2 West Division Houston 81 62 .566 -Cincinnati 74 69 .517 7 San Francisco 73 71 .507 8 1/2 Los Angeles 68 75 .476 13 San Diego 67 77 .465 14 1/2 Atlanta 65 77 .458 15 1/2 American League Standings East Division Boston 86 57 .601 New York 78 66 .542 8 1/2 Toronto 78 66 .542 8 1/2 Detroit 76 68 .528 10 1/2 Cleveland 73 71 .507 13 1/2 Milwaukee 68 75 .476 18 Baltimore 68 76 .472 18 1/2 West Division California 82 60 .577 -Texas 74 70 .514 9 Kansas City 68 75 .476 14 1/2 Oakland 67 78 .462 16 1/2 Chicago 63 80 .441 19 1/2 Seattle 63 81 .438 20 Minnesota 61 82 .427 21 1/2 Michigan has a quarterback (AP) -The University of Michigan always has a strong line, good running backs, and no quarterback. Not this year. The Wolverines have a skillful wheeler-dealer at quarterback in Jim Harbaugh, something of a long-shot candidate for the Heisman Award, but not out of it. Jim completed 15 of 23 passes last Saturday, as Michigan opened its season with a 24-23 victory over Notre Dame at South Bend. Jim is a senior, and, this season, is intent on a lifelong dream, being the winning quarterback in the Rose Bowl. A more immediate goal is winning the Big Ten title, and the Wolverines are among the top contenders. Harbaugh is 6-foot-3 and 207 pounds, almost perfect numbers for a quarterback. Last year, he played a starring role as Michigan went 10-1-and-1 but still did not get the Rose Bowl bid. Jim is a leader on the field. His split end, Paul Jokisch, says he can read defensive pass coverage better than any quarterback he has seen in the college ranks. Montana, Hogeboom, McMalon sidelined (AP) -Some banged-up NFL players were patched together yesterday, and one of the surgeries opens the way for a rookie quarterback to start in his third NFL game. First, San Francisco coach Bill Walsh says he is optimistic about Joe Montana's chances of playing football again. The 49ers' quarterback underwent surgery yesterday, and hospital officials say he was resting comfortably. Walsh says Montana will need three to four months of recovery, and might be ready to play next season. Montana aggravated his recurring back problems during the first game of the NFL season. Jack Trudeau who reported more than two weeks late to training camp this year, says he "can't be a rookie anymore" because he is the quarterback. Trudeau will lead the Indianapolis Colts against the Los Angeles Rams Sunday. He is stepping in for Gary Hogeboom, who is out with a separated right shoulder demanding surgery. Coach Rod Dowhower says Hogeboom will probably miss the rest of the season. Chicago quarterback Jim, McMahon also has an injured shoulder that kept him out of Sunday's victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. However, McMahon says he may be ready to play Monday night against the Green Bay Packers. The Washington Redskins say they will play without running back Kelvin Bryant for at least the next six weeks. Bryant underwent arthroscopic surgery on two stretched ligaments in his left knee yesterday. The Redskins also lost linebacker Mel Kaufman during Sunday's game. A ruptured achilles tendon could keep him out the rest of the season. Elsewhere, the New York Jets waived guard Ron Sams and re-signed eighth-round, draft pick Robert Ducksworth out of Southern Mississippi. Broncos/Steelers Denver quarterback John Elway says the Broncos went into Pittsburgh looking to make a few big plays, and they made enough to beat the Steelers 21-10 in last night's NFL game. Elway threw three touchdown passes, 21 yards to Steve Watson, 34 yards to Steve Sewell, and 13 yards to Sammy Winder. The Broncos have won three times in the last four seasons in Pittsburgh. Their 5-3-and-1 record at Three Rivers Stadium makes them the only visiting team with a winning record at the park. On the season, Denver has a 2-and-0 record. The Steelers, who turned the ball over on their last three possessions last night, have dropped their first two decisions of the year. Happy Birhday!! To Capt. Condon American Conference East W L T PCT PF PA New England 2 0 0 1.000 53 9 Miami 1 1 0 .500 58 60 N.Y. Jets 1 1 0 .500 34 44 Buffalo 0 2 0 .000 57 64 Indianapolis 0 2 0 .000 13 63 Central Cincinnati 1 1 0 .500 50 57 Cleveland 1 1 0 .500 54 61 Houston 1 1 0 .500 51 26 Pittsburgh 0 2 0 .000 10 51 West Seattle 2 0 0 1.000 53 17 Denver 2 0 0 1.000 59 46 Kan City 1 1 0 .500 41 37 San Diego 1 1 0 .500 57 48 L.A. Raiders 0 2 0 .000 42 48 National Conference East W L T PCT PF PA Dallas 2 0 0 1.000 62 35 Washington 2 0 0 1.000 51 20 N.Y. Giants 1 1 0 .500 48 38 Philadelphia 0 2 0 .000 24 54 St. Louis 0 2 0 .000 23 49 Central Chicago 2 0 0 1.000 54 41 Detroit 1 1 0 .500 20 41 Minnesota 1 1 0 .500 33 23 Green Bay 0 2 0 .000 13 55 Tampa Bay 0 2 0 .000 17 54 West Atlanta 2 0 0 1.000 64 23 L.A. Rams 2 0 0 1.000 32 23 New Orleans 1 1 0 .500 34 41 San Francisco 1 1 0 .500 44 23 Area athletics Sailing -The Guantanamo Bay Yacht Club is now accepting reservations for the upcoming Navy Sailing Training Course today and tomorrow, Sept. 16 and 17. Follow-up sailing excursions on the bay with an instructor will take place Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 20 and 21 by appointment only. The cost of the class is $20 and each participant successfully completing the class will receive a mates license. Reservations can be made at the Recreation Services Marina. For more information, call 2345. Bowling Meeting -The Guantanamo Bay men's association of the American Bowling Congress (ABC) and the Women's International Bowling Congress (WIBC) will have a mandatory meeting of all league secretaries and officers for the upcoming bowling season tomorrow, Sept. 17, 6:30 p.m., at Marblehead Bowling Center. At this meeting each league secretary will receive information on their league as well as instruction on sanctioning procedures, merit patches, special awards and related information. A special membership offer made by ABC and WIBC for military personnel overseas will be discussed. Bowling -An organizational meeting for the Thursd Night Como Mixed League will be held Thursday, Sept. 18, p.m., at the Bowling Center. Projected start date of league is Sept. 26, so please attend. Anyone interested in bowling contact Cindy, 3475 AT. Soccer -GBYAA will be conducting a Youth Soccer Coaches and Referees Clinic Saturday, Sept. 20, 9 a.m., at Cooper Field. All interested coaches and referees are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Frank Greer, 2437 AWH. Soccer Clinic -GBYAA will be conducting a Soccer Clinic/Tryout, Saturday, Sept. 20, 2 p.m., at Cooper Field. All players who registered on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 13 and 14, and all other interested players should attend this clinic/tryout. The purpose of the clinic/tryout is to establish distribution of skills and experience throughout our teams and leaguers. Anyone interested in assisting us with youth soccer can come to the tryout or contact Frank Greer, 2437 AWH. Project Player Project Player is a Recreation Services program designed the unaccompanied military here. The program is a dynamic one involving leisure recreation and education. Sailing Lessons -Project Player will offer sailing lessons today, tomorrow, and Thursday, September 16, 17, and 18 at the Yacht Club. Register at the Marina before class. Cost is $20. For more information, call Susan Yaeger, 3006. Beach Ride -Project Player will offer a beach ride Saturday, Sept. 20, 6:30 -12 p.m. Ride a horse to Windmill Beach and enjoy a cookout. Ride back by the light of the full moon. Cost is $15. Interested persons, must register by Sept. 18 with Susan Yaeger or Bill Anglin, 3006. Women's Weight Training -Project Player will offer a women's weight training Monday and Wednesday, Sept. 22 and 24, 6:30 -10:00 p.m., at the Marine Site Weight Room. For more information, call Susan Yaeger, 3006. 4 Daily Gazette Tuesday, September 16, 1986