The Kwajalein Hourglass - U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense by yaoyufang


									                 ID theft                                      Quality of
                 — Page 3                                      Life offers
                                                                   — Page 7

(A young girl digs deep into her ‘goodie bag’ at last year’s Enniburr Children’s Christ-
  mas Party on Roi-Namur. For more information on this year’s drops, see Page 4.)
                                      (Photo by Mig Owens)

                                                                                   Letter to the Editor

Halloween big hit for Ebeye guests
  On behalf of Ebeye guest students                                               take place on Kwajalein.                  escorting, organizing and keeping the
and parents, we would like to thank                                                 Due to being able to participate,       Ebeye guest students safe on the boat
Kwajalein High School National Honor                                              not just in school functions or school-   ride to and from Ebeye on Halloween
Society and Kwajalein National Junior                                             sponsored events, but also in commu-      night, Omida Jorbal, Rosita Sawej
Honor Society for sponsoring the                                                  nity events, the Ebeye guest students     and Kamlitha Bulles. Thank you to
Ebeye guest students for Halloween                                                feel more involved with events on         Kwajalein Police Department for help-
on Kwajalein and for your help with                                               Kwajalein community and it gives          ing with the process of clearing the
feeding the students, entertaining the                                            them a sense of truly belonging to the    students through dock security and to
students with games and providing                                                 school system and a part of what their    the Marine department for providing
costumes and keeping our children                                                 classmates and friends who reside on      extra trips. Thank you to the commu-
safe till they got home last night on                                             Kwajalein participate and are involved    nity of Kwajalein for your kindness in
Halloween.                                                                        in.                                       allowing our children to be a part this
  Thank you, AnnElise Peterson for                                                  Your hard work and organization         event on Kwajalein.
your dedication throughout the years                                              with events like this have brought                                 Kommol Tata,
with helping, advising and supporting                                             smiles to these kids throughout the                                    Pam Duffy
the NHS/NJHS in sponsoring Ebeye                                                  years, kommol tata! Thank you also          Ebeye parent and School Advisory
guest students in various events that                                             to our Ebeye parents who helped with         Council Ebeye parent representative

                                                                                         In memoriam
    Long-time Kwaj worker, Brown Bolkeim, dies
      Brown Bolkeim, 59, of Ebeye died Oct. 29                                                           Neilrose and Neimelu, brothers, John, Keto,
    after a brief illness. He worked on Kwajalein                                                        Baines, Lipton, Lowa, Keslor and Renny and
    since 1967, over 35 years for various contrac-                                                       sisters, Akina, Selma, Valentina, Kebok and
    tors. Bolkeim first worked at Surfway, then as a                                                     Camille.
    storekeeper for Global Associates, and a senior                                                        He was a member of the Ebeye United Con-
    material handler for Pan American, Johnson                                                           gregational Church. Bolkeim’s coworkers, KRS
    Controls and Raytheon.                                                                               management and employees from all depart-
      Most recently, Bolkeim worked as a ware-                                                           ments attended a memorial service (Ilomej) dur-
    houseman II for the Kwajalein Range Services                                                         ing Wednesday’s lunch hour. Burial services
    Shipping and Receiving department, where he                                                          will take place on Ebeye today.
    spent the past 32 years.
      Bolkeim is survived by his wife, Magarita                                                           (Editors note: This eulogy was delivered by
    Bolkeim, mother, Kimiko Balance, son, Jim-
    my, daughters, Roanna, Lynna, Eika, Kimiko,                                                                                   See BOLKEIM, Page 16

            The                                                                         To Jayne Cavender for                        Dan Adler,
                                                                                                                                 graphics designer
    Kwajalein Hourglass                                                               her tireless volunteering                  for The Kwajalein
  Commanding Officer...COL Beverly Stipe
  Public Affairs Officer.............Sandy Miller                                     at the Botanical Gardens.                     Hourglass, is
  Editor...............................Nell Drumheller                                                                        recovering in Honolulu
  Assistant Editor......................Mig Owens
  Graphics Designer....................Dan Adler                                                                                 and is expected to
  Reporter............................Elizabeth Davie                                                                           return to the island
  Circulation........................Will O'Connell
                                                                                                                                  in the next few
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  Division, which liberated the island from the forces of Imperial Japan on Feb
                                                                                                                               weeks. He sincerely
                                                                                                                                  appreciates the
  4, 1944.
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                                                                                                                              regarding his absence.

The Kwajalein Hourglass                                                                              2                                            Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005
A thief in your pocket
        Identity theft hits home, Kwaj that is
By Mig Owens                                                    phone over the last month, as well as online, working
Assistant editor                                                the issue.
                                                                   The incident, he said, changed the way he operates. “I
   For Tim O’Rourke and Mark Sevars, identity theft is          don’t trust anything that my bank says without verifying
more than an alarming headline or television exposé – it        it and I check my balances about twice a day.”
is real.                                                           Toward the person who caused O’Rourke’s pain, he
   “It’s a very helpless feeling to think that someone can      said, “I’d like to kick my alter ego’s ass! I hope that guy
get into your personal life so easily,” said Sevars, who        in Albuquerque goes to jail and becomes some bad boy’s
just happened to check his bank account one day in              girlfriend.”
September to find it had been wiped out.                            O’Rourke’s advice to others is to place a block with the
   Sevars, a Kwajalein resident of five years, explained         credit bureaus that forbids them from issuing your name
that, though he is not sure it would be categorized as          on a list so that you stop receiving credit card offers that
identity theft, somehow someone got a hold of his bank                          can be used by others.
account and pin number and over the course of two days                               He also advises the use of
proceeded to wipe out his account.                                           to obtain a free
   “After extensive investigation by the bank and credit                                credit report. Consumers may visit
card company, the only thing they think could have                                        the Web site or call toll-free at 1-
happened was that my information was taken from                                             877-322-8228.
my card when I used an ATM [automatic teller
machine] while on vacation,” he said.
   Sevars was eventually reimbursed for most of
the money, amounting to a little over $2,000,
though he said, “with the time spent explaining
to creditors, plus the money that I couldn’t get
back, my out of pocket was around $500.”
   Still feeling the effects of what he describes
as a violation, Sevars has had to change all of
his banking and credit transactions and says
he’s still working on getting it all straightened
   “I now think very hard about buying any-
thing online or using ATMs while on vaca-
tion,” he stated. “I think the main thing to
remember is that this isn’t something that
you read about that happens to someone else
far away, it can happen to anyone, anywhere
at any given time.”
   For O’Rourke, who has lived on Kwajalein for
a year and a half, identity theft struck some-
time within the past four months.
   “I was opening a new checking account online
and my account information showed an Albu-
querque, New Mexico address and a New Mexico
driver’s license. I’m from Idaho,” he explained.
   O’Rourke acted by visiting www.annualcreditrepo to obtain a copy of his credit report. The site enables all U.S. adults
to request one free copy of their credit report from each of the nation’s
three credit bureaus, Equifax, Experian and Trans Union.
   He then placed a fraud alert with the credit bureau, which requires
creditors to contact him personally before issuing new credit.
   “I also contacted the bank and corrected my address and driver’s
license information and placed an alert on my accounts basically allow-
ing me to deposit but no one can withdraw from my savings account
until I come into my bank and personally lift the hold,” he said. “I
contacted the Albuquerque Police Department four times but they
have never responded.”
   O’Rourke believes he was lucky and must have caught things early
because to date, no new credit has been opened and no money is
missing. He said the situation cost him at least 30 hours on the

Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005                                      3                                             The Kwajalein Hourglass
           Christmas drops
  Year-long planning brings holiday cheer
   By Mig Owens            U.S. Army Kwajalein             Republic of the Marshall    high school students
   Assistant editor        Atoll/Reagan Test Site          Islands relations spe-      and their families and
                           in the form of transpor-        cialist, said. “I am just   gives students the op-
                           tation; some requiring          the coordinator behind      portunity to conduct

        ach year, groups
        across Kwajalein   airplanes, most boats.          the scenes – the real       their own community
        gather donations     “The Christmas ex-            work is done by the vol-    service project, accord-
   and raise funds for     changes between the             unteers who spend their     ing to Co-chairs Peter
   outer-island Christ-    community on Kwajalein          time, money and efforts     Barbella and Rick Ful-
   mas drops. Prepara-     and the various com-            in putting the material     lerton.
   tions for this year’s   munities are wonderful          goods together to share        The annual Turkey
   drops are underway.     opportunities to interact       with the communities in     Bowl celebration official-
   The Christmas drops     with Marshallese and            our atoll.”                 ly kicks off the Christ-
   are supported by the    learn more about their                                      mas on Carlos project.
                           culture,” Alan Taylor,                                      This year’s event will be
                                                           Carlos Christmas Drop       held Nov. 24 at the Cor-
                                                            The Carlos Christmas       lett Recreation Center.
                                                           Drop is designed for        Following the celebra-
                                                                                                tion, funds are
                                                                                                raised through a
                                                                                               drive at the school
                                                                                               in which classes
                                                                                               compete for a pizza
                                                                                              party. Households
                                                                                              may contribute via
                                                                                              their child.
                                                                                                  The money is
                                                                                             used to buy food,
                                                                                             such as rice and
                                                                                             canned meats, and
                                                                                             amenities such as
                                                                                            toys, games, combs,
                                                                                            flip flops and goodie
                                                                                            bags for the chil-
                                                                                            dren. A carnival-like
                                                                                           atmosphere is cre-
                                                                                           ated the day of the
                                                                                           Carlos visit, with an
                                                                                           appearance by Santa
                                                                                           and music courtesy
                                                                                          of high school band
                                                                                          members. Carlos
                                                                                          residents reciprocate,
                                                                                         according to Barbella,
                                                                                         by singing and per-

                                                                                   (Photos by Mig Owens)

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                                                            determines what items           equipment. This is in
                                                            would be best for the           addition to food dona-
                                                            islands’ 350 children.          tions of rice, Spam and
                                                               Last year, reusable          fresh fruits.
                                                            nylon Marshall Islands            Unlike other drops,
                                                            tote bags were donated, letters are sent by club
                                                            which carried items             members to stateside
                                                            such as soap, sham-             entities such as major
                                                            poo, toothbrushes and           corporations, schools,
                                                            toothpaste, sunglasses,         churches and private
                                                            books, school supplies,         organizations, as well as
                                                            candy and fruit.                to clubs and organiza-
                                                               Former YYWC Presi-           tions on Kwajalein.
                                                            dent Cindy Stevison               The club’s own dona-
                                                            said, “We’d love to see         tions to the drop are
                                                            each child get the basic        made via fund-raising
                                                            hygiene items, a shirt,         events such as bake
A child peers at herself on Santa’s lap — a moment captured flip flops, and maybe a         sales and the giving
on film at the Enniburr Children’s Christmas Party.          toy — basic needs plus a tree. This year, YYWC
  In order to participate one for each family, 18           goody too.”                     will host a wine and
in the drop, students           20-pound bags of rice,         The club also donates        cheese basket silent
must perform a task in          as well as clothing, toys,  community gifts such as auction from 7 to 10
the preparation stage,          bedding, school supplies stock pots, sewing sup-            p.m. Nov. 13 at the
such as packing, wrap-          and sporting goods.         plies, fishing gear, medi-
ping, counting money or           Resident Kintha Mi-       cal supplies and sports           See HOLIDAY, Page 6
participating in band.          chael said that “it was
During the drop each            very kind” of CWF to col-
student must also per-          lect and deliver the gifts,
form a job.                     explaining that they
   Said Fullerton, “It’s a would “enjoy clothes
wonderful activity that         and shoes for fishing.”
allows for interaction          Michael and the other
at the grass-roots level.       Carlson residents recip-
It’s a big day for [Carlos rocated with leis, song
residents] too — they           and food.
look forward to it.”              Though the weather
  This year’s Carlos            did not live up to ex-
Christmas Drop will             pectations, Jane De-
take place Dec. 16. For         Joie, chairperson of the
more information on the missions committee for
drop, contact Barbella          CWF, said that “Being
or Fullerton at 52011.          here with the people ex-
                                ceeded any expectations
                                I had. It was wonder-
Carlson Christmas Drop          ful to be with them and
  Kwajalein’s Christian         their warmth and gener-
Women’s Fellowship              osity was evident.”
sponsors the Carlson              The date for this year’s
Christmas Drop, which           drop has not been con-
traditionally takes place firmed. For information
in January to accommo- concerning the drop or
date Carlson residents’         to donate items, call
desire to visit family on       DeJoie at 53704.
other islands, such as
Ebeye, for Christmas.
  Last year’s drop fo-
                             Ebadon, Majetto Drop
                                  A tradition since the
cused on providing the          early 1980s, the Yokwe
island’s 50 residents           Yuk Women’s Club Drop
with items that help            on Ebadon and Majetto
them maintain a level of is the longest-running of
self sufficiency. Those         the outer-island Christ-
items included nine             mas drops. Preparations
29-gallon containers            begin mid-summer for        Members of the Ennubirr United Church of Christ give a
full of household goods, the drop as the group
                                                            glimpse of their culture as the present Sailing Alone.

Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005                                    5                                        The Kwajalein Hourglass
HOLIDAY, from Page 5
Yokwe Yuk Club.                       Fund. It is the only drop in which               At the Christmas celebra-
  The Ebadon and Majetto              children come to a USAKA-leased               tion, ECCF sponsors games
Drop will take place Dec. 15.         island as opposed to the drop partici-        and prizes, feeds the children
For more information on the           pants going to the Marshallese com-           and their families and provides
drop, contact Leigh Hoskins at        munity.                                       each child with a gift bag con-
51494.                                  According to ECCF committee                 taining toys, clothing, school
                                      members, the party is the result of           supplies and personal hygiene
Enniburr Children’s Christmas Party   year-round fund-raising efforts, the          items, according to Stephenia
  Approximately 400 children          largest of which is the Chili Cook-Off.       Cousins, ECCF vice president.
under the age of 13 living on         The ECCF is a non-profit organization         The children also get their pic-
Enniburr receive the gift of          consisting of four committee mem-             ture taken with Santa.
Christmas joy on Roi-Namur            bers, though the Roi-Namur com-                 “We plan this event year-long
each year thanks to the En-           munity helps with the organization’s          to share the tradition and cul-
niburr Children’s Christmas           fund-raising events.                          tures between the two communi-
                                                                                    ties,” Floyd Corder, Roi-Namur
                                                                                    Operations manager, said.
                                                                                    “They bring joy to us with the
                                                                                    dancing that they bring.”
                                                                                      This year’s Enniburr Chil-
                                                                                    dren’s Christmas Party will take
                                                                                    place Dec. 12 at the Tradewinds
                                                                                    Theater on Roi-Namur. Volun-
                                                                                    teers are welcome to help hand
                                                                                    out gifts, supervise and assist
                                                                                    with games and food booths,
                                                                                    play with the children and make
                                                                                    balloon animals. For more in-
                                                                                    formation on the party, contact
                                                                                    Tony Stephens at 56658.

                                                                                    Likiep Christmas Drop
                                                                                  What started two years ago
                                                                                as a personal crusade for three
                                                                                couples blossomed into the Likiep
                                                                                Christmas Drop, one of the newer
                                                                                Christmas traditions. Because the
                                                                                group prefers to remain anony-
                                                                                mous, they are referred to herein
                                                                                as ‘Friends of Likiep.’
                                                                                  Unlike other drops, the group
                                                                                does not visit the island. Instead,
                                                                                donations are sent via airplane
                                                                                to Likiep. Past donations include
                                                                                122 new T-shirts and sc school sup-
                                                                                  “It’s Christmas,” said a Friend
                                                                                of Likiep spokesperson, “we have
                                                                                so much and they have so little.”
                                                                                The group continues to offer sup-
                                                                                port to the island year-round with
                                                                                donations of supplies and toys for
                                                                                their school fund-raising carni-
                                                                                val. “Each time there has been a
                                                                                need, more and more people have
                                                                                contributed,” the spokesperson
                                                                                  This year’s Likiep Christmas
                                                                                Drop date is undetermined. Any-
                                                                                one interested in making a dona-
                                                                                tion or offering assistance with
Tim Lykes, Roi-Namur Community Activities manager and events coordinator for wrapping gifts may make contact
last year’s Enniburr Children’s Christmas Party, provides an attendee with some with the group by dialing 53370.
tips on aiming at the target. “Each game or event came with a small prize,” Lykes
The Kwajalein Hourglass                                   6                                           Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005
Quality of Life team aids youth education
By Mig Owens                                     According      to
Assistant editor                              Finn, “The com-
                                              pany wants to
   Delighted kindergarten teachers dug        make life better for
into $12,500 worth of school supplies         everyone working
Wednesday at Ebeye Public School’s            out here – to help
computer room. The supplies were do-          children of our val-
nated by the Quality of Life Integrated       ued workers.”
Product Team, under the direction Kev-           QOL IPT complet-
in Finn, vice president/deputy program        ed projects are: mo-
manager, Community Services, in an            bile kitchen, 2005
effort to enhance the lives of children       Kwajalein Range
of Kwajalein’s workforce living on both       Services scholar-
Ebeye and Enniburr.                           ships and the Adult
   According to Janette Bishop, exec-         Recreation Center
utive assistant to Finn and QOL IPT           mold remediation.
minutes recorder and representative,          Funded projects
$2,500 worth of supplies for Enniburr         on the horizon in-
were shipped to Roi-Namur Thursday            clude: Emon Beach
where they will be staged for presenta-       revitalization, ice
tion to Enniburr Public School before         machine dispenser
Thanksgiving.                                 at the ARC, a teen
   The school’s needs were determined         sound-proofed mu-
through meetings with local govern-           sic room and golf
ment and school principals. Purchases         lockers.
were initiated one year ago, though late         In his remarks
receipt of the items delayed their pre-       Wednesday, Finn
sentation.                                    thanked U.S. Army
   Though the supply drop was not             Kwajalein Atoll Host
aligned with the start of the school year     Nation officials for
for this reason, Jack Riordan, Republic       providing trans-
of the Marshall Islands Employee Rela-        portation by which
tions manager and QOL IPT representa-         the school supplies
tive, said, “I think there’s always a need.   were delivered.
At any time they welcome support.”               Ebeye     Public
   School          supplies       includ-     School representa- A young Ebeye boy investigates school supplies delivered
ed          calculators, dictionaries,        tives on the receiv- Wednesday.
microscopes, white marker boards,             ing end of the sup-                                                (Photo by Mig Owens)
pencils, dry erase markers, crayons,          plies were vocal
chalks, filler papers, construction pa-        about their appreciation.                shares with other schools, both public
pers, colored bond papers, scissors, bul-        “A good education involves many as- and private,” Sakaio explained. “It’s an
letin boards, wall banners, posters, flash     pects,” said Andrea Hazzard, training Ebeye community tradition.”
cards, maps, globes, all levels of guided     coordinator. “A big part is the resourc-   Following the presentation of
reading books and family books.               es that we have. We are very grateful school supplies, Carl Jeadrik, school
   Bishop said that Wednesday’s event         and will use this as best we can to principal, offered the delegation from
made her “feel good and very proud            enhance education on Ebeye…We look Kwajalein a tour of the school, minus
to be a part of a company that cares          forward to telling you how we put it to its 1,300 students who had the day
for and looks after the well being of         use,” she said.                          off.
its’ indigenous workforce and their              The most important donation in the      John Pickler, KRS president, said of
families.”                                    eyes of Marcella Sakaio, the school’s Wednesday’s event, “I felt a great sense
   The charter of the QOL IPT is to gather    Parent Resource Information Center of partnership with the Ebeye com-
input from all demographics of the U.S.       resource specialist, is what she re- munity and the Marshallese people,
Army Kwajalein Atoll/Reagan Test Site         ferred to as ‘reading books’ because, who do so much for us to make our
in order to develop recommendations           she said, the school does not have a mission here at USAKA/RTS and KRS
to senior management that facilitate          good library. Sakaio was also excited so successful.”
the use of Indian Funds expenditures          to see resources for teachers, which       He added, “They are such wonder-
for items that improve the morale and         she said are lacking.                    ful, caring, and dedicated people that
living conditions of the USAKA/RTS               Though the supplies were given di- it just makes me feel warm inside to
community. The committee evaluates            rectly to Ebeye Public School, school think that in some way we can pay
and recommends usage of KRS Team              representatives explained that they them back for their generosity and
donations to the USAKA/RTS com-               will be used to fill the need elsewhere contributions to the reason we’re here
munity.                                       as well. “Whatever the school has, it on Kwajalein.”
 Saturday, Nov. 5, 2005                                            7                                              The Kwajalein Hourglass
                                                                       Global War on Terror

                                                                               Honoring fallen heroes
                                                                           The following 30 U.S. servicemembers have died in       the 2nd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, 1st
                                                                       the Global War on Terrorism.                                Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Stewart.
                                                                           Petty Officer 1st Class Howard E. Babcock IV, 33,           Two Soldiers died Saturday in Baghdad, when
                                                                       of Houston, died in a motorcycle accident on Oct. 13 in     an improvised explosive device detonated near
                                                                       Bahrain. Babcock was assigned to the Naval Computer         their HMMWV during patrol operations. Both
                           Tonight                                     and Telecommunications Station in Bahrain.                  Soldiers were assigned to the Army National
           7:30 p.m., Yuk — Bad News Bears (PG-13)                         Sgt. Michael T. Robertson, 28, of Houston, died         Guard’s 1st Battalion, 184th Infantry Regiment,
          7:30 p.m., Rich — War of the Worlds (PG-13)                  Oct. 25 at Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio,         Modesto. Killed were: Capt. Raymond D. Hill, II
                                                                       of injuries sustained in Samarra, Iraq, on Oct. 17,         39, of Turlock, Calif. and Sgt. Shaker T. Guy,
            7:30 p.m., Roi — Bad News Bears (PG)                       when an improvised explosive device detonated near          23, of Pomona, Calif.
                                                                       his Bradley Fighting Vehicle. The incident fatally in-         Staff Sgt. Travis W. Nixon, 24, of Saint John,
                            Sunday                                     jured another Soldier and was reported on Oct. 25.          Wash., died Saturday from injuries sustained
             7:30 p.m., Yuk — Hustle and Flow (R)                      Robertson was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 15th           north of Lwara, Afghanistan, when his patrol
                                                                       Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division,      was attacked by enemy forces using small arms
              7:30 p.m., Rich — Rebound (PG-13)                        Fort Benning, Ga.                                           fire and rocket-propelled grenades. Nixon was
         9:30 p.m., Rich — Dukes of Hazzard (PG-13)                        Spc. Christopher T. Monroe, 19, of Kendallville,        assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute
                7:30 p.m., Roi — Dark Water (R)                        Ind., died on Oct. 25, in Basra, Iraq, when his 5-ton       Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade, 82nd Airborne
                                                                       truck was involved in an automobile accident with           Division, Fort Bragg, N.C.
                                                                       a civilian vehicle. Monroe was assigned to the Army            Sgt. Michael P. Hodshire, 25, of North Ad-
                           Monday                                      Reserve’s 785th Military Police Battalion, Fraser,          ams, Mich., died Sunday of wounds sustained
           7:30 p.m., Yuk — Bad News Bears (PG-13)                     Mich.                                                       from an improvised explosive device during com-
          7:30 p.m., Rich — War of the Worlds (PG-13)                      Sgt. James Witkowski, 32, of Surprise, Ariz., died      bat operations near Nasser Wa Salaam, Iraq on
                                                                       on Oct. 26, near Ashraf, Iraq, of injuries sustained        Saturday. He was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 2nd
                                                                       there earlier that day when an improvised explosive de-     Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine
                         Wednesday                                     vice detonated near his HMMWV during convoy opera-          Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune.
            7 p.m., ARC — Bad News Bears (PG-13)                       tions. Witkowski was assigned to the Army Reserve’s            Staff Sgt. Joel P. Dameron, 27, of Ellabell,
                                                                       729th Transportation Company, Fresno, Calif.                Ga., died Sunday from an improvised explosive
           All movies subject to change with shipments.                    Staff Sgt. Lewis J. Gentry, 48, of Detroit, Mich.,      device while conducting combat operations in the
                                                                       died in Mosul, Iraq, on Oct. 26, from a noncombat           vicinity of Al Amiriyah, Iraq. He was assigned to
           For updates, call the movie hotline at 52700.               related cause. Gentry was assigned to the Army’s 94th       the 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Force
                                                                       Engineer Battalion, Vilseck, Germany.                       Service Support Group, II Marine Expeditionary
   Bad News Bears, a washed-up ballplayer is put in charge                 Two Soldiers, Master Sgt. Thomas A. Wallsmith,          Force, Camp Lejeune.
   of a pack of kids scarcely more mature than himself in              38, of Carthage, Mo. and Sgt. 1st Class Ramon A.               Sgt. 1st Class Matthew R. Kading, 32, of
   this remake of the 1976 comedy hit. Morris Buttermaker              Acevedoaponte, 51, of Watertown, N.Y. died Oct. 26          Madison, Wis., died Monday at Brooke Army
   (Billy Bob Thornton) is a former major league baseball              in Rustamiyah, Iraq, when an improvised explosive           Medical Center in San Antonio, of injuries
   player whose career and life has hit the skids thanks to his        device detonated near their HMMWV. Both Soldiers            sustained near Tikrit, Iraq, on Oct. 19, when
   overwhelming fondness for booze and women. Needing                  were assigned to the Army’s 3rd Forward Support Bat-        an improvised explosive device detonated near
   a break, his lawyer, Marcia Gay Harden, arranges for                talion, Division Support Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division,    his convoy vehicle. Kading was assigned to
   Buttermaker to take on coaching responsibilities for the            Fort Stewart, Ga.                                           the Army Reserve’s 983rd Engineer Battalion,
   Bears, a Little League baseball team comprised of a handful             Staff Sgt. Daniel R. Lightner, Jr., 28, of Hollidays-   Monclova, Ohio.
   of hapless losers. As Buttermaker tries to groom his young          burg, Pa., died Oct. 27 Ar Ramadi, Iraq, , when an im-         Four Soldiers died Monday in Al Mahmudiyah,
   charges into a winning team.                                        provised explosive device detonated near his HMMWV          Iraq, when an improvised explosive device deto-
   War of the Worlds, an ordinary man has to protect his               during combat operations. Lightner was assigned to          nated near their HMMWV during patrol opera-
   children against alien invaders in this science fiction thriller,    the Army National Guard’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team,          tions. The Soldiers were assigned to the Army’s
   freely adapted from the classic story by H.G. Wells. Ray            28th Infantry Division, Washington, Pa.                     2nd Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 2nd
   Ferrier (Tom Cruise) is a dockworker living in New Jersey,              Two Marines, Lance Cpl. Robert F. Eckfield Jr.,          Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division,
   divorced from his first wife Mary Ann (Miranda Otto) and             23, of Cleveland, and Lance Cpl. Jared J. Kremm,            Fort Campbell, Ky. Killed were: Sgt. 1st Class
   estranged from his two children Rachel (Dakota Fanning)             24, of Hauppage, N.Y., died Oct. 27 from an indirect        Jonathan Tessar, 36, of Simi Valley, Calif.; Spc.
   and Robbie (Justin Chatwin), of whom he has custody                 fire explosion in Saqlawiyah, Iraq. Kremm died at the        William J. Byler, 23, of Ballinger, Texas; Pfc.
   on weekends. On one such visitation, looking after the              scene while Eckfield succumbed to his wounds at a            David J. Martin, 21, of Edmond, Okla. and Pvt.
   kids becomes a little more difficult when, after a series of         nearby medical center. Both were assigned to 2nd Bat-       Adam R. Johnson, 22, of Clayton, Ohio.
   strange lighting storms hit his neighborhood, Ray discovers         talion, 6th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II           1st Lt. Robert C. Oneto-Sikorski, 33, of Bay
   that a fleet of death-ray robotic spaceships have emerged            Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C.              St. Louis, Miss., died Monday in Iskandariyah,
   nearby, part of the first wave of an all-out alien invasion of the       Capt. Michael J. Mackinnon, 30, of Helena, Mont.,       Iraq, when an improvised explosive device deto-
   Earth. Transporting his children from New York to Boston in         died on Oct. 27, in Baghdad, Iraq, when an impro-           nated near his dismounted patrol. Oneto-Sikor-
   an attempt to find safety at Mary Ann’s parents’ house, Ray          vised explosive device detonated near his HMMWV             ski was assigned to the Army National Guard’s
   must learn to become the protector and provider.                    during convoy operations. Mackinnon was assigned            1st Battalion, 155th Infantry, Biloxi, Miss.
   Hustle and Flow, one man’s struggle to rise above his               to the Army’s 4th Battalion, 64th Armor Regiment,              Two Soldiers died Monday in Balad, Iraq,
   circumstances prompts him to try a career in music. Djay            4th Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division,             when an improvised explosive device deto-
   (Terrence Howard) is a low-level pimp and drug dealer who           Fort Stewart.                                               nated near their HMMWV during patrol opera-
   scraped together a living in the ghettos of Memphis. Djay               Col. William W. Wood, 44, of Panama City, Fla.,         tions. Both Soldiers were assigned to the Army
   isn’t happy with his life, and the realization that he’s reached    died in Baghdad, Iraq, on Oct. 27, when he was direct-      Reserve’s 100th Battalion, 442nd Infantry, 29th
   the same age when his father unexpectedly died has made             ing security operations in response to the detonation of    Brigade Combat Team, Barrigada, Guam and
   him start thinking about changing his ways. Djay has always         an improvised explosive device. During this response,       were from Saipan, Marianas Islands of the Pa-
   had a gift for spinning stories, and after picking up a cheap       a second improvised explosive device detonated near         cific. Killed were: Staff Sgt. Wilgene T. Lieto,
   keyboard, he begins picking out beats to go along with his          his position. Wood was a regular Army Soldier as-           28, and Spc. Derence W. Jack, 31.
                                                                       signed to the Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion,             Sgt. Daniel A. Tsue, 27, of Honolulu died
   rhymes. After bumping into an old high-school buddy who
                                                                       184th Infantry Regiment, Modesto, Calif.                    Tuesday, from an improvised explosive device
   works in gospel music, Djay decided to take the plunge and
                                                                           1st Lt. Debra A. Banaszak, 35, of Bloomington,          while conducting combat operations in the
   remake himself as a rapper.
                                                                       Ill., died on Oct. 28 at Camp Victory, Kuwait, from         vicinity of Ar Ramadi. He was assigned to 7th
                                                                       non-combat related injuries. Banaszak was assigned          Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Lo-
                Movie ratings                                          to the Army National Guard’s 1035th Maintenance
                                                                       Company, Jefferson Barracks, Mo.
                                                                                                                                   gistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force,
                                                                                                                                   Camp Pendleton, Calif. During Operation Iraqi
   G = general audiences, all ages admitted
                                                                           Pfc. Dillon M. Jutras, 20, of Fairfax Station, Va.,     Freedom, his unit was attached to 2nd Force
   PG = parental guidance suggested, some material                     died on Oct. 28 in Al Anbar Province, Iraq, from inju-      Service Support Group, II MEF (Forward).
   may not be suitable for children.                                   ries sustained while conducting combat operations.             Spc. Dennis J. Ferderer Jr., 20, of New Sa-
   PG-13 = Parents strongly cautioned, some material                   Jutras was assigned to the Army’s 3rd Battalion,            lem, N.D., died on Wednesday in Ad Duluiyah,
   may be inappropriate for children under 13.                         75th Ranger Regiment, Fort Benning.                         Iraq, when enemy forces threw a hand grenade
   R = restricted, under 17 requires accompanying                          Pfc. Kenny D. Rojas, 21, of Pembroke Pines,             at his HMMWV during convoy operations. Fer-
   parent or adult guardian.                                           Fla., died Saturday near Bayji, Iraq, when his unit         derer was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 15th
   NC-17 = No one 17 and under admitted.                               was conducting a combat patrol and a landmine               Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 3rd Infantry
                                                                       exploded near his HMMWV. Rojas was assigned to              Division, Fort Benning.

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                AFN Prime             AFN Sports            AFN News             Roller/Prime         AFN Spectrum          AFN Movies            AFN Family            AFN Direct to
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 midnight       The Late Show           ESPNews           CNN Saturday AM             Roller            Late Night with      Movie: (cont.)         Chalkzone              Law & Order
                                                                                                        Conan O’Brien
12:30 a.m.    The Late Late Show      NFL Matchuo                                                                             Movie: <:44>       American Dragon
              with Craig Ferguson
    1: a.m.                                NBA                                                               Lost               Suspect           Jimmy Neutron           Headline News

 1:30 a.m.      Big Idea with       Cleveland Cavaliers     Headline News                                                                        The Proud Family       Saturday Night Live
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    2: a.m.                                 at            CNN Saturday AM                                   NCIS                                   Even Stevens

 2:30 a.m.     Countdown With           SA Spurs             Open House                                                                         What I like About You
               Keith Olbermann
    3: a.m.                            SportsCenter          Bulls & Bears                                 Missing               Movie:              Switched!               Kickin’ It

 3:30 a.m.    Access Hollywood      College Gameday       Cavuto on Business                                               Never Been Kissed    Radio Free Roscoe

    4: a.m.     Headline News                               Forbes on FOX                                  Friends                                 Fresh Prince          The Entertainers

 4:30 a.m.      Entertainment                                 Cashin’ In                                   Seinfeld           Movie: <:45>          Family Ties
    5: a.m.     Good Morning         College Football       CNN Saturday         College Football        Your Reality         Bad Boys II         Mister Rogers’         College Football
                   America                                                                                Checked
 5:30 a.m.                                 Iowa                                                                                                    Zooboomafoo              Minnesota
                                                                                  Boston College
    6: a.m.                                 at             Weekend Live                 at              Body Shaping                              Sesame Street                  at
                                                           with Tony Snow         North Carolina                                                                             Indiana
 6:30 a.m.                            Northwestern                                                      Every Woman

    7: a.m.      Miss Spider                              Wall Street Journal                         Homes Across USA           Movie:          Funniest Animals

 7:30 a.m.       Rubadubbers                               Army Newswatch                              Designed to Sell      The Specialist      Amazing Animals

    8: a.m.       Chalkzone         College Gameday        FOX News Live        College Gameday       Landscape Smart                                Postcards          College Gameday

 8:30 a.m.     American Dragon       College Football                            College Football     Weekend Handyman        Movie: <:45>          Lilo & Stitch        College Football

    9: a.m.     Jimmy Neutron             Army                                      California             Fix it Up             XXX               Jackie Chan               Missouri
                                            at                                          at                                                                                       at
 9:30 a.m.      Even Stevens                                                                           Before and After                           Danny Phantom
                                        Air Force                                    Oregon                                                                                  Colorado
  10: a.m.       Proud Family                                                                          BBQ with Bobby                             Da Boom Crew

10:30 a.m.        Switched!                                                                               $40 A Day                                Ninja Turtles

   11: a.m.   Radio Free Roscoe                            Headline News                               Jamie’s Kitchen           Movie:           Dragonball GT

11:30 a.m.     World of Wildlife        ESPNews           McLaughlin Group                                                      Gandhi            Justice League

     noon     Access Hollywood      College Gameday          On The Story       Saturday Night Live      101 Most...                              Teen Kids News         Collage Football
12:30 p.m.                           College Football                                                                                                Tutenstein             Texas A&M

   1: p.m.      America’s Most            Miami           Washington Week                                 National                                Trading Spaces                at

                   Wanted                   at                                                           Geographic                                                         Texas Tech
 1:30 p.m.                                                  Headline News             Roller                                                     The Saddle Club
                                       Virginia Tech
   2: p.m.      George Lopez                                Larry King Live                            Grand Ole Opry                            Funniest Animals
 2:30 p.m.       One on One                                                                                                      Movie:            Wild America

   3: p.m.        Cold Case                               Big Story Weekend                           Star Trek: Voyager       I Am Sam         The Most Extreme            Enterprise
                                                            with Rita Cosby
 3:30 p.m.

   4: p.m.       Law & Order           SportsCenter            Dateline                                Rock Star: INXS                               Hercules               Enterprise
 4:30 p.m.

   5: p.m.      Headline News       College Gameday          The Line Up                                                         Movie:            Disney’s Doug            Enterprise

 5:30 p.m.    Navy/Marine Corps                                                                                              The Graduate           Hey Arnold!

   6: p.m.      Headline News         Inside the NFL      CNN Saturday Night                                                                        Spongebob              MotorWeek

 6:30 p.m.        ESPNews                                                                               The Simpsons                             Farily Oddparents       Ebert & Roeper

   7: p.m.      George Lopez           SportsCenter          Beltway Boys                                 Brat Camp              Movie:                Movie:                Survivor:
 7:30 p.m.       One on One                                Fox News Watch                                                      Hard Ball               Stitch!

   8: p.m.        Cold Case                PGA              Headline News                              America’s Most                                                      Fear Factor
                                    Tour Championship:                                                   Wanted
 8:30 p.m.                                                   Black Forum                                                                               Movie:

   9: p.m.       Law & Order            3rd Round           Chris Matthews                            WWE SmackDown           Movie: <:01>          Cadet Kelly           Headline News

 9:30 p.m.                                                Navy/Marine Corps                                                  Deep Blue Sea                                  ESPNews

  10: p.m.    Window on the Atoll                               20/20                                                                            Dawson’s Creek               Movie:

10:30 p.m.    Saturday Night Live                                                                                                                                         Saving Private
  11: p.m.                                                   Beltway Boys                              The Real World            Movie:               Xena:
                                                                                                                           Behind Enemy Lines    Warrior Princess
11:30 p.m.                             SportsCenter        Fox News Watch                               Pimp My Ride

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 midnight          American             SportsCenter         Fox & Friends             Roller           The Simple Life    Movie: (cont.)    The Simpsons          Movie: (cont.)
12:30 a.m.                            College Football                                                                      Movie: <:57>     The Simpsons

    1: a.m.                               Stanford                                                        Brat Camp           Predator           Movie:           Headline News
 1:30 a.m.        Global Tribe                                                                                                                    Stitch!             Seinfeld
    2: a.m.      The Fog of War                            CBS News Sunday                              America’s Most                                            Meet The Press
                                                               Morning                                    Wanted
 2:30 a.m.                                                                                                                                       Movie:

    3: a.m.                                                                                            WWE SmackDown           Movie:          Cadet Kelly          Black Forum

 3:30 a.m.                              SportsCenter        Face the Nation                                                  Hard Ball                           Access Hollywood
    4: a.m.        The Best of        NFL Countdown         Late Edition With                                                               Dawson’s Creek
                                                               Wolf Blitzer
 4:30 a.m.         Good Eats                                                                                                                                         ESPNews

    5: a.m.      Headline News                                                   Collage Gameday          Warehouse         Movie: <:01>     Mister Rogers’      FOX NFL Sunday
 5:30 a.m.       Hour of Power                                                                                             Deep Blue Sea     Zooboomafoo

    6: a.m.    Iakovos: A Legend            NFL             Headline News          SportsCenter         House Hunters                        Sesame Street              NFL

 6:30 a.m.                           Carolina Panthers     Navy/MCorps News                              Organization                                             Atlanta Falcons

    7: a.m.     Word In the World            at             FOX News Live         Sports Reporters       McGee & Me            Movie:            Clifford                at

 7:30 a.m.       The Messenger         TB Buccaneers                                 ESPNews            Travel the Road         Taps          Scooby Doo          Miami Dolphins

    8: a.m.     Seven Monsters                                                   Countdown to Green      Extreme Life                       Magic School Bus

 8:30 a.m.           Sagwa                                                           NASCAR               Real Videos                        Book of Virtues

    9: a.m.          Quints                 NFL             Meet the Press          Nextel Cup          Latin Lifestyles    Movie: <:21>    House of Mouse              NFL
 9:30 a.m.                            Seattle Seahawks                                                    Urban Style        Zoolander         Animaniacs        Pittsburgh Steelers

  10: a.m.                                   at               Tim Russert           Dickies 500         Great Adventure                     Disney’s Recess              at

10:30 a.m.          AFNews            Arizona Cardinals                                                Roker on the Road                    The Proud Family        GB Packers

   11: a.m.        Motorweek                                 FNS with Chris                            Radical Sabatical    Movie: <:05>     Darcy’s Wild Life
11:30 a.m.       Ebert & Roper                                                                           All American      Cool Runnings    Funniest Animals
     noon        Headline News          SportsCenter       People in the News     FLW Outdoors:        The Suze Orman                          Nick News              Friends
                                                                                 Venice Beach, CA.          Show
12:30 p.m.      Army NewsWatch         NFL Primetime                                                                                          Happy Days          Wheel of Fortune

   1: p.m.         NASCAR                                      This Week              The Blitz           American             Movie:            Movie:               Dr. Phil
                 Busch Series:                                                                            Experience
 1:30 p.m.                                  NFL                                   PBR Bull Riding                          Brfore Sunrise        Matilda

   2: p.m.          O’Reilly         Philadelphia Eagles        Dateline          Wrangler World                                                                       Oprah
                   Challenge                                  International           Finals
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   3: p.m.                              Washington         CNN Sunday Night                             The Fog of War       Geronimo       Three Caballeros       Headline News
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   6: p.m.       Headline News         NFL Primetime          60 Minutes                                According to Jim                    Crocodile Hunter         Star Trek
                                                                                                                                                                   Deep Space 9
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   7: p.m.           Movie:             SportsCenter          FOX Report                                    Scrubs             Movie:       Funniest Videos             ER

 7:30 p.m.       Saving Private                                                                            Malcolm            Ice Age
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 8:30 p.m.                                  PGA             Face the Nation                                                 Movie: <:36>                           Headline News
                                     Tour Championship:                                                                      The Patriot
   9: p.m.                                                     This Week         Window In Review       Grey’s Anatomy                      American Dreams          ESPNews
 9:30 p.m.                              Final Round                                    Roller                                                                    Navy/MCorps News

  10: p.m.       Headline News                              Meet the Press                                  Friends                         Dukes of Hazard         60 Minutes

10:30 p.m.          Seinfeld                                                                                Seinfeld

  11: p.m.       Meet The Press                              Dateline NBC                               Saturday Night        Movie:           7th Heaven            Las Vegas
                                                                                                             Live           Hollow Man
11:30 p.m.

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                                                                                                                            Hollow Man
12:30 a.m.    Access Hollywood        SportsCenter

    1: a.m.        Passions                                                                              Scrubs             Movie: <:07>       America’s Funniest       Pacific Report

 1:30 a.m.                                                                                              Malcolm               Fearless                                   Tonight Show
                                                                                                                                                                         with Jay Leno
    2: a.m.           ER                NASCAR                                                        The Amazing                                 Gilmore Girls
                                      Busch Series:                                                      Race
 2:30 a.m.                                                                                                                                                              The Late Show
                                                                                                                                                                      w/ David Letterman
    3: a.m.       West Wing         O’Reilly Challenge      MSNBC Live                               Grey’s Anatomy            Movie:          American Dreams

 3:30 a.m.                                                                                                                     Ice Age                                The Late Late Show
                                                                                                                                                                      with Craig Ferguson
    4: a.m.     The Simpsons          SportsCenter                                                       Friends                                Dukes of Hazard

 4:30 a.m.        Raymond                                                                               Seinfeld                                                        Big Idea with
                                                                                                                                                                       Donnie Deutsch
    5: a.m.       The 4400                                   Connected:                             Carol Duval Show           Movie:           Play with Sesame
                                                           Coast to Coast
 5:30 a.m.                           NYC Marathon                                                                            The Patriot        Barney & Friends       Countdown with
                                                                                                     Room By Room
                                                                                                                                                                       Keith Olbermann
    6: a.m.         Today                                   Dateline NBC                             Body Shaping                                Sesame Street

 6:30 a.m.                          NFL Monday QB                                                     The Right Fit                                                   Access Hollywood

    7: a.m.                                                FOX News Live                                The View          Inside the Actor’s   Bear in the Big Blue     Headline News
 7:30 a.m.                                                                                                                                         Miss Spider         Entertainment Studios

    8: a.m.    Wheel of Fortune                             Studio B with                              Emeril Live       Hollywood Shootout       Blue’s Clues             ESPNews
                                                           Shepard Smith
 8:30 a.m.      Dr. Phil <8:26>      NFL Primetime                                                                              E.T.            Dora the Explorer       Headline News

    9: a.m.     Oprah Winfrey                              Your World with                          30 Minute Meals            Movie:            Rolie Polie Olie
                                                             Neil Cavuto                                                                                                Good Morning
                    <9:20>                                                                                               The Disappearance                                America
 9:30 a.m.                             The Hot List                                                  Paula’s Home                                  Lazy Town
                                                                                                       Cooking               of Vonnie

  10: a.m.       Guiding Light      Around The Horn         The Big Story                              Designer’s                                   Madeline
                                                           w/ John Gibson                              Challange
10:30 a.m.                                 PTI                                                       Coast to Coast        Movie: <:48>         Reading Rainbow
   11: a.m.    General Hospital       SportsCenter         Headline News                               The Soup            Gorillas in the         Lazy Town              Emeril Live
                   <11:10>                                                                                                       Mist
11:30 a.m.                                               NBC Nightly News                               Malcolm                                  Rolie Polie Olie

     noon       Headline News                             ABC World News                             My Wife & Kids                             Dora the Explorer           Friends

12:30 p.m.        Judge Judy          Monday Night       CBS Evening News                              Girlfriends                                Blue’s Clues         Wheel of Fortune
   1: p.m.          Today                                  The Newshour                             Dawson’s Creek             Movie:              Miss Spider               Dr. Phil
                                                           with Jim Lehrer
 1:30 p.m.                                                                                                                 The End of the      Bear in the Big Blue
   2: p.m.                                NFL             Hannity & Colmes                            Judging Amy                               Barney & Friends        Oprah Winfrey

 2:30 p.m.                             Indy. Colts                                                                          Movie: <:53>        Play with Sesame

   3: p.m.     Wild Thornberrys             at               Newsnight                                  Passions              Batman            Funniest Videos       NBC Nightly News
                                                          with Aaron Brown
 3:30 p.m.     Fairly Oddparents       NE Patriots                                                                                               Growing Pains            Judge Judy

   4: p.m.       Mucha Lucha                                 Newsnight                                     ER                                       Pokemon              The Amazing
                                                          with Aaron Brown                                                                                                   Race
 4:30 p.m.        W.I.T.C.H.                                                                                                                       Yu-Gi-Oh!
   5: p.m.         Jeopardy           SportsCenter         Larry King Live                           The West Wing        Acess Hollywood        Disney’s Doug           Judging Amy
 5:30 p.m.    Access Hollywood                                                                                                                     Hey Arnold!
   6: p.m.    Window on the Atoll       NFL Live          Anderson Cooper                            The Simpsons           E.T. Weekend           Spongebob             Star Trek:
                                                                360                                                                                                     Deep Space 9
 6:30 p.m.       Pacific Report      Outside the Lines                                                  Raymond                                  Fairly Oddparents

   7: p.m.        60 Minutes          SportsCenter         Headline News                               The 4400                Movie:            Lizzie Mcguire                ER

 7:30 p.m.                                                  Tavis Smiley                                                      Hard Ball        Ned’s Declassified

   8: p.m.        Las Vegas         Champ Car W.S.             Hardball              NFL             Stargate Atlantis                              Smallville             Jeopardy
                                                         with Chris Matthews
 8:30 p.m.                           Gran Premio De                            Indianapolis Colts                                                                       Headline News
   9: p.m.        NUMB3RS                                  O’Reilly Factor             at                  24               Movie: <:01>        Boy Meets World            ESPNews

 9:30 p.m.                                                                        NE Patriots                              Deep Blue Sea        Boy Meets World         Pacific Report

  10: p.m.      Pacific Report                                 Nightline                                 Friends                                   Fresh Prince                NFL

10:30 p.m.       Tonight Show         SportsCenter        Business Report                               Seinfeld                                   Family Ties             Indy. Colts

  11: p.m.       W/ Jay Leno                               Fox & Friends       CBS Evening News         Seinfeld               Movie:              7th Heaven                   at

11:30 p.m.      The Late Show             MLS:                                 NBC Nightly News        Blind Date           Money Train                                   NE Patriots

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 midnight       The Late Show           MLS: Conf. Finals    American Morning          Roller        Late Night with         Movie: (cont.)        Spongebob                  NFL
                                                                                                     Conan O’Brien            Money Train
12:30 a.m.    The Late Late Show         Chicago Fire at                                                                                        Fairly Oddparents         (Continued)
              with Craig Ferguson        NE Revolution
    1: a.m.                                                                                             The 4400             Movie: <:03>        Lizzie Mcguire            ESPNews

 1:30 a.m.      Big Idea with                 NHL                                                                             House Party      Ned’s Declassified         Pacific Report
               Donnie Deutsch
    2: a.m.                            Pittsburgh Penguins                                           Stargate Atlantis                              Smallville           Tonight Show
                                                                                                                                                                          w/ Jay Leno
 2:30 a.m.     Countdown with                  at
               Keith Olbermann
                                          NY Rangers
    3: a.m.                                                     MSNBC Live                                  24                  Movie:          Boy Meets World         The Late Show
                                                                                                                                                                      w/ David Letterman
 3:30 a.m.    Access Hollywood                                                                                                 Hard Ball        Boy Meets World

    4: a.m.     Headline News             SportsCenter                                                   Friends                                  Fresh Prince        The Late Late Show

 4:30 a.m.     Entertainment Studios                                                                     Seinfeld                                  Family Ties

    5: a.m.        ESPNews                  NFL Live            Connected:                          Carol Duval Show         Movie: <:01>       Play with Sesame           Big Idea
                                                               Coast to Coast                                                                                         w/ Donnie Deutsch
 5:30 a.m.      Headline News            NBA Fastbreak                                               Room By Room           Deep Blue Sea       Barney & Friends

    6: a.m.          Today                    NFL                 Dayside                             Body Shaping                               Sesame Street         Countdown With
                                                                                                                                                                       Keith Olbermann
 6:30 a.m.                                 Indy Colts                                                 The Right Fit

    7: a.m.                                    at              FOX News Live                            The View           Access Hollywood    Bear in the Big Blue     Headline News

 7:30 a.m.                                 NE Patriots                                                                         Weekend             Miss Spider        Entertainment Studios

    8: a.m.    Wheel of Fortune                                 Studio B with                          Emeril Live           E.T. Weekend         Blue’s Clues             ESPNews
                                                               Shepard Smith
 8:30 a.m.      Dr. Phil <8:26>                                                                                                                 Dora the Explorer       Headline News

    9: a.m.     Oprah Winfrey               NFL Live           Your World with                      30 Minute Meals             Movie:           Rolie Polie Olie        Good Morning
                   <9:20>                                        Neil Cavuto                                                Danielle Steel’s
 9:30 a.m.                                The Hot List                                               Sweet Dreams                                  Lazy Town                America
  10: a.m.       Guiding Light          Around the Horn         The Big Story                      Pocket the Difference                            Madeline
                   <10:20>                                     w/ John Gibson
10:30 a.m.                                    PTI                                                  Ambush Makeover           Movie: <:50>       Reading Rainbow

   11: a.m.    General Hospital           SportsCenter         Headline News                          E! News Live              Emma               Lazy Town              Emeril Live

11:30 a.m.          <11:10>                                  NBC Nightly News                            Malcolm                                 Rolie Polie Olie

     noon       Headline News                 NHL             ABC World News                         My Wife & Kids                             Dora the Explorer      Around the Horn

12:30 p.m.        Judge Judy             Boston Bruins       CBS Evening News                           Girlfriends                               Blue’s Clues          Collage Football

   1: p.m.           Today                     at              The Newshour                         Dawson’s Creek              Movie:             Miss Spider          Southern Miss
                                       Philadelphia Flyers     with Jim Lehrer
 1:30 p.m.                                                                                                                        Gigi         Bear in the Big Blue            at

   2: p.m.                                                    Hannity & Colmes                        Judging Amy                               Barney & Friends            Marshall

 2:30 p.m.                              NHL Post Game                                                                                           Play with Sesame

   3: p.m.      Disney’s Doug           Beyond the Glory:      NewsNight with                           Passions             Movie: <:10>       Funniest Videos
                                        Donavan Mcnabb          Aaron Brown
 3:30 p.m.        Animaniacs                                                                                                   Titan A.E.        Growing Pains             ESPNews

   4: p.m.          All That!             SportsCenter         NewsNight with                              ER                                       Pokemon            ABC World News
                                                                Aaron Brown
 4:30 p.m.      Teen Kids News                                                                                                                     Yu-Gi-Oh!               ESPNews

   5: p.m.         Jeopardy                 NFL Live           Larry King Live                       The West Wing          The Entertainers     Disney’s Doug        CBS Evening News

 5:30 p.m.    Access Hollywood           NBA Fastbreak                                                                                             Hey Arnold!        NBC Nightly News

   6: p.m.         ESPNews              NFL Total Access      Anderson Cooper                         The Simpsons         Behind the Scenes       Spongebob              Star Trek:
                                                                    360                                                                                                  Deep Space 9
 6:30 p.m.      Headline News                                                                           Raymond                   E.T.          Fairly Oddparents

   7: p.m.           Movie:               SportsCenter         Headline News                            Enterprise              Movie:         As Told By Ginger              ER

 7:30 p.m.      Saving Private                                  Tavis Smiley                                                 Varsity Blues     The Amanda Show
   8: p.m.                                    NHL                  Hardball                               C.S.I.                                   Everwood                Jeopardy
                                                             with Chris Matthews
 8:30 p.m.                             Washington Capitals                                                                   Movie: <:45>                               Headline News
   9: p.m.                                     at              O’Reilly Factor                         WWE Raw!              The Fighting         Sister, Sister           ESPNews
                                       Toronto Maple Leafs                                                                   Temptations
 9:30 p.m.                                                                                                                                        Sister, Sister      Navy/Mcorps News
  10: p.m.      Headline News                                     Nightline                                                                       Fresh Prince                Eve
10:30 p.m.       Tonight Show             SportsCenter        Business Report                                                                      Familiy Ties        Bernie Mac Show
                 W/ Jay Leno
  11: p.m.                                                    FOX and Friends                        The Daily Show             Movie:             7th Heaven               House
11:30 p.m.      The Late Show               NFL Live                                                    Blind Date           Ghostbusters

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                                                           HELP WANTED                                    KRS CONTRACT POSITIONS

            Café Pacific                     KRS has the following job openings. For contract
                                                                                                FIELD ENGINEER II. HR Req. 031157.
                                            hire positions, call Marie Dixon, 51300. For        TEACHER. HR Req. 031169.
                                            all others, call Jack Riordan, 55154. Full job
                                            descriptions and requirements are on line or at     REGISTERED NURSE. HR Req. 031155.
                                            Human Resources, Building 700.                      COMPUTER TECHNICIAN II. HR Req. 031159.
                                            PRODUCTION CONTROL CLERK II, Automotive.            FACILITIES ENGINEER II,             /MECHANICAL
                                            Full time. HR Req. K030983.                         ENGINEER. HR Req. 030812.
                                            ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II, Public Works.                                 WANTED
                                            Full time. HR Req. K030992. Must be able to work
                                            independently with limited supervision providing    MARTIAL ARTISTS, advanced and black belts:
                                            direct administrative support to Public Works       Tae Kwon Do, Karate, Ju-jitsu, Judo, Aikido, etc., if
                                            manager and his staff. Three years administrative   you have these skills and live on our island, please
                                            experience with medium to large organization        call Dan at 3761.
                                            and proven skills in Word, PowerPoint and Excel                            FOUND
                                            LIBRARY AIDE, Grace Sherwood Library. Two           MAN’S RING at Building 901. Call 58889.
                                            casual positions. HR Req, K030985, K030986.         SUNGLASS CLIP at the shaving cream social. Call
                                            PROCUREMENT COORDINATOR, Chugach                    50800 or 52400.
                                            Engineering and Planning. HR Req. K030991.          MONEY on the road. Call 52681 to describe when
  Sun          Carved top sirloin           MAIL CLERKS. Two full-time positions open. HR       you lost it, how much and what denomination,
               Kwaj fried chicken           Req. K030958, K030959.                              52681.
               Strawberry crepes                                                                PAIR OF sunglasses near Oceanview Club on
                                            IMAGING TECHNICIAN,         Kwajalein   Hospital.
               Grill: Brunch station open   Casual. HR Req. K030981.                            Sunday morning. Call Jon at 51188 or 53796.
  Mon          Roast pork loin
                                                                                                                 PATIO SALES
               Chicken, dumplings           MEDICAL BILLING SPECIALIST, Kwajalein
               Garden pasta medley          Hospital. Casual. HR Req. K030982.                  MONDAY, 6-10 a.m., Quarters 427B, 5th and
               Grill: Brunch station open                                                       Lagoon. Large and small outdoor plants; 18-foot
                                            FOOD SERVICE WORKER, Café Roi. Full
  Tues         Spaghetti                                                                        fence wood supports; kitchen small appliances;
                                            time. HR Req. K030979.
               Broiled Ono                                                                      large computer desk; VCR; boom box; rugs; stick
               Parmesan-baked Ono           CASHIER, Tape Escape. Casual.                       vacuum; books and other household items.
               Grill: pastrami, Swiss/rye
  Wed          Corned beef, cabbage         RECREATION AIDE I. Casual 24 hours per              MONDAY, 8 a.m. – noon, Quarters 480A. Multi-
               Irish lamb stew              week. Open and close Adult Recreation               family patio sale: electronics, clothing, scuba,
                                            Center, maintain and clean facility and provide     computer equipment, Ham radio equipment and
               Calamari stirfry
                                            customer service. HR Req. K030813.                  housewares. Please no early birds.
               Grill: Grilled cheese
  Thur         Southern-fried chicken       REGISTERED NURSE, Kwajalein Hospital.                                  FOR SALE
               Texas B.B.Q. ribs            Casual. HR Req. K030935.
               Cornmeal catfish                                                                  PCS SALE, microwave oven, misting machine and
               Grill: Ranchero burger       RECREATION AIDE II, Roi Recreation. HR              outdoor ceiling fan. Would the woman interested in
                                            Req. K030921.                                       the palm tree floor lamp call Deborah at 52815?
  Fri          Mexican fiesta
               Burritos/tacos               CDC AIDE, Child Development              Center.    36-FOOT CATAMARAN, Fusion, in the water
               Chicken fajitas              Casual. HR Req. K030929.                            and ready to sail, includes 15-horsepower kicker,
               Grill: Cheese dogs
  Nov. 12      Broiled hamburger steak      MECHANIC I, Kwajalein Automotive. Two
               Taco/vegetarian pizza        full-time positions. HR Req. K030332 and HR
                                            Req. K030641.
               Macaroni and cheese
               Chicken peapod stirfry       PRODUCTION      CONTROL       CLERK   I,
               Grill: Philly pork wrap      Kwajalein Automotive. Full time. HR Req.
                                            AUTO BODY TECHNICIAN I, Kwajalein
                                            Automotive. Three full-time positions. HR
  Sun          Spareribs, sauerkraut                                                                  PROTESTANT SERVICES
                                            Reqs. K030640, K030783, K030883.
               Ranch-style chicken stew
               Korean tofu                  TOOL ROOM ATTENDANT II, Kwajalein
                                                                                                      8 and 10:45 a.m., Sunday
  Mon          Beef stroganoff              Automotive. Full time. HR Req. K030895.                  Roi-Namur service at 4 p.m.
               Ham steak Hawaiian                                                                    Sunday school for all ages
                                            RECREATION AIDE I, Roi Community
               Oriental vegetable stirfry
                                            Activities. Casual. Two positions. HR Reqs.                    is at 9:15 a.m.
  Tues         Breaded pork chops
                                            K030755, K030756. Enniburr applicants
               Spicy chicken curry
               Red beans in broth
                                            should apply to Tim Lykes.                                 CATHOLIC SERVICES
  Wed          Roast prime ribs/Aujus       LIFEGUARDS,          Kwajalein   Community                     Saturday Mass,
               Roast herb chicken           Activities. Casual. HR Req. K030885.                    5:30 p.m., in the small chapel
               Vegetable chowfun
                                            PAINTER II, Roi Operations. Full time. HR                       Sunday Mass
  Thurs        Fajitas to order                                                                          7 a.m., small chapel
                                            Req. K030761. Enniburr applicants should
               Cajun-roasted pork
               Beef tamales
                                            apply to Floyd Corder.                                     9:15 a.m., main chapel
  Fri          Grilled minute steak         REC AIDE I - CRC, Two casual positions HR                 Mass on Roi at 6:30 p.m.
               Buffalo wings/blue cheese    Reqs. K031000 and K031002.
               Chef’s choice entree
                                            ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I, Chapel,                          For more information,
               Vegetarian stirfry                                                                        call the Chapel, 53505.
                                            full-time position. HR Req. K031001.

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global positioning system, solar panels, fresh water                 COMMUNITY NOTICES
shower, awning, haulout trailer, propane barbecue,
sails, bonus new 12-foot dinghy with 9.9-              KWAJALEIN BAPTIST Fellowship invites
                                                                                                               Health benefits
horsepower Yamaha. $16,500 for all or $12,000 for
catamaran and $5,000 for the dinghy. Call 59576.
                                                       you to their 9:40 a.m. worship on Sundays in
                                                       the elementary school music room. For more
                                                                                                               open enrollment
NORDIC TRACK PRO – Used but in good
                                                       information, call Ernie, 54173.                          All Kwajalein Range Services,
condition. New $599, this one for only $200. Front     PLEASE JOIN the Christian Women’s Fellowship           Chugach and AirScan Pacific, Inc.
elevation, personal performance monitor, arm           for a luncheon at noon on Sunday, in the Religious    full-time contract employees must
tension adjuster, drag strap adjuster. Call John at    Education Building. It is a great time for women to   go online at
52116 (office) or 54535 (residence) or send email.      get together for food, fun and fellowship. All are       to make a selection if you are
                                                       welcome to join in.
FISHER PRICE table with two chairs, $20; four                                                                  making a change to your health
natural-wood TV trays with stand, $35; four            THE OPTOMETRIST will be on island Friday                benefits and if you would like
window blue valances with rods, $20; three             - Nov. 20. To make an appointment, call 52223         your benefits to remain the same
bathroom rugs, shower curtain, toilet lid cover,       or 52224.
$15; plants and planters, all sizes and kinds. Call                                                                 as your 2005 selection.
51359.                                                 SWIM MEET the championship swim meet is
                                                       Nov. 13, with a start time of 4 p.m. Warm up time      If you do not go online to make
MEN’S SUN 4-speed bike with baskets used one           are: 13 and up at 3 p.m., 9-12 at 3:15 p.m., and 8        a selection, you will receive
month, $250. Home: 54352, work: 50091.                 and under at 3:25 p.m.                                   the default (low option plan,
RCA 27-inch TV, $250; Magnavox 13-inch TV,             KWAJALEIN’S FIRST nativity display will be                employees only) coverage.
$95; power wheels Silverado electric pickup truck      Dec. 5, in Corlett Recreation Center Room 6. In          Open enrollment ends today.
(fits 3-7 year old); TV antennas, $12; compact          order to give everyone the opportunity to enjoy          No changes will be accepted
disk display racks, $10; answering machine, $10;       the beauty and spirit of Christmas, we are hoping
clock radio, $5; size 7 girls ‘like new’ clothes,                                                            after that date unless you have a
                                                       to gather nativities from everyone on island. This
$5; insulated lunch bags, $3; Clancy hardback          will be a one-day display. If you are interested in   qualifying event. Questions? Call
collection, 17 books including Marine, Aircraft        loaning your nativity scene, call Tammy, 50172,       Health Benefits, 50939 or 51888.
Carrier; swim kick board, $2 and boogie board,         or Marybeth, 52073.
$4. Call 52262.

        Par 3 Fun
      The Kwajalein Golf Associa-
    tion will hold a Par 3 fun tour-
    nament Nov. 14 with a 10 a.m.
    shotgun start.
                 There will be a
                 KGA        meeting
                  after the tourna-
                  ment. Pizzas will
                 be served at the
                meeting. For more
              information,       call
            Geary Shotts at 50962
            or 52345. There is a
            sign-up sheet at the golf

    The Armed Forces Entertainment
     RAGGS Kids Club band will be                                The U.S. Army
     on Kwajalein for one show : at
     6:30 p.m., Nov. 14 in the multi-                          Kwajalein Atoll/
             purpose room.
                                                               Reagan Test Site
                                                                 Veteran’s Day
                                                            service will be at 9 a.m.
                                                            Friday at the flag pole.
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        BINGO                                 Yokwe Yuk Women’s Club
    9        27          41   59   68
                                                                                         The Yokwe Yuk Women’s Club
   14         26         43   57   70
                                                                                 invites you to enjoy an elegant wine
                                                                                   and cheese social featuring a silent
    5        23      FREE     55   66                                                   basket auction. Festivities will
                                                                               begin at 7 p.m., Nov. 13, at the Yokwe
    7         30         36   56   67                                       Yuk Club. This classy event will feature an
                                                                             array of unique baskets filled with items
    6         29         42   58   64                                              not found on Kwaj, just in time for
        Kwaj Bingo                                                               Purchase your tickets at the Mic Shop
                                                                               craft sale Monday at the Corlett Recre-
       will be Nov. 10 at
     the Yokwe Yuk Club.                                                   ation Center Room 1, or call, Leigh, 51494
       Card sales begin                                                                              or Elaine, 54691.
      at 5:30 p.m., Bingo
      play begins at 6:30

                                                              Café Pacific
      p.m. Blackout at 48
     numbers with a $250
           cash prize.
      ID required to play.              beginning at 11 a.m. for meal-card holders, at 1 p.m. for non-meal card holders and continuning until 6:30 p.m.
                                                                                        Nov. 25
                                                                                           Menu includes:
                                                                                              • Seafood bar — shrimp, mussels and
                                                                                              • Gourmet cheeses — Danish brie,
                                                                                           gruyere, smoked cheddar, pepper jack, gouda
                                                                                              • Salad — Caesar, Waldorf and assorted
                                                                                              • Entrees — roast tom turkey, steamed
                                                                                           crab legs, carved steamship round of beef,
                                                                                           carved hickory-smoked ham
      But hey, if your family has                                                             • Fresh fruit
     Christmas in March, just take                                                            • Desserts — holiday specialities and
              your time.                                                                   chocolate Oreo cheesecake

     Kwajalein Scuba
     Club will hold its
    Christmas Party on
   Dec. 11. Tickets will be
   on sale at the Holiday
                                                                Non-meal card holders: adults $16.95, children under 12, $8.95
     Bazaar Monday.
                                                                                                              Menu subject to change due to availability

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BOLKEIM, from Page 2
Jimmy Matsunaga, Bolkeim’s                            ball pitcher who could pitch                               Jimmy Bolkeim.
long-time friend and manager,                         between his legs and around his                            Jimmy is arriving
during the Ilomej services on                         back with the same accuracy                                tomorrow [Friday],
Wednesday at the morgue                               and velocity as in the normal                              all the way from
grounds on Kwajalein.)                                style of pitching. I found it hard                         Arkansas.
  Magarita and the entire                             to believe so I went to the ball                             He will be sorely
Bolkeim family – on behalf of                         field and saw for myself. Sure                             missed at work by
the Supply and Transportation                         enough, on that day, he pitched                            all his co-work-
employees and my family, I ex-                        one between his legs in the                                ers. It will be an
                                                                                                                                      Brown Bolkeim
tend our deepest sympathy.                            strike zone.                                               adjustment period
  As I was preparing for work                           Several years later, in 1973,                            for all of us.
Saturday, I received a phone                          Brown came to work with me                                   Monday, Oct. 31, my daughter
call from Burt Kakuda. I was                          and continued until his passing,                           Serena called from Chicago and
shocked and saddened. Shocked                         which totaled 32 years.                                    when I informed her of Brown’s
because only three days earlier,                        He was a skilled equipment                               passing, she was shocked and
we talked, as we usually did at                       operator and trained new, young                            saddened as well. She asked to
least three times a week regard-                      employees. In all those years, he                          pass on her condolences to the
ing his health and he said, “I’m                      never got into a safety incident.                          family. Brown was always good
feeling good.” He appeared to be                      His attendance was excellent…                              to her while she grew up here
in good spirits. I always coached                     always on-time. He never com-                              on Kwajalein for 13 years and
him into taking care of his                           plained in all the years. He was                           likewise, she was very fond of
health.                                               a dedicated and dependable,                                Brown.
  As I rode my bike to a meet-                        outstanding employee. He was                                 My Jera, my Brother, I will
ing, I thought back of the ear-                       well-liked by his coworkers and                            miss you. We all will miss you.
lier years here on Kwajalein. I                       all he came into contact with.                             Thank you for being my friend
first met Brown around 1968 or                          Brown was very family orient-                            and for the hard work you did
1969. At the time, he worked at                       ed, always looking out for their                           for us over the past 32 years.
Surfway.                                              welfare. I spent much time with                            As they say in the Marshall
  He was an accomplished                              his family and got to know them                            Islands, Yokwe and in Hawaii,
athlete. I heard about this fast                      well. He named a son after me,                             Aloha.

                                                             Volleyball schedule

   Tuesday                                                                        6 p.m. .................................. SDA (W) vs. Spartans II Red (W)
                                                                                  7 p.m. ............................................ Left Overs vs. Kava'llyball
   5 p.m.   ................................. Queen of Peace (W) vs. SDA (W)      8 p.m. .............................................................Fish vs. Big Red
   6 p.m.   ........................Ri-Majolz (w) vs. Spartans II White (W)
   7 p.m.   ........................ Queen of Peace (M) vs. Spartans I (M)        Friday - no games - Veteran's Day holiday
   8 p.m.   ................................. Rejects vs. Spartans Co-ed Blue
                                                                                  Nov. 12
                                                                                  6 p.m. .............Queen of Peace (M) vs. Spartans Co-ed Blue
   5 p.m. ..............................Spartans I (W) vs. Spartans II Blue       7 p.m. ............................................... Rejects vs. Safe-Baller 1

            Weather                                                  Sun • Moon • Tides
   Courtesy of RTS Weather
   Tonight: Partly cloudy with scattered                                        Sunrise/set            Moonrise/set High Tide                           Low Tide
   showers and isolated thunderstorms.
   Winds: NNE-E at 5-10 knots.                          Sunday                  0639/1826            1019/2208                0610, 4.2'              0020, 1.0'
   Sunday: Variably sunny with scattered                                                                                      1830, 1.2'              1200, 1.2’
   showers. Winds: NE-E at 5-12 knots.
   Monday: Variably sunny with scattered
   showers. Winds: NE-E at 8-12 knots.                  Monday                  0639/1826            1120/2311                0650, 3.8'              0910, 0.8'
   Tuesday: Partly sunny with widely                                                                                          1920, 4.9’              1240, 1.6'
   scattered showers. Winds: NE-E at
   6-12 knots.                                          Tuesday                 0640/1826            1217/                    0800, 3.4'              0800, 1.7'
   Annual rainfall total: 61.44 inches
   Annual deviation:      -21.71 inches                                                                                       1550, 5.6'              2200, 0.6'

           Call 54700 for updated                       Wednesday               0640/1826            1310/0012                0400, 5.1'              1000, 0.6'
       forecasts or                                                                                            2030, 4.4'              1330, 2.1'

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