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Volume 23  |  Friday, October 20, 2000  |  Number 18
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ARTS SERIES PRESENTS:

Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats

Sat., Oct. 28, 8 p.m., Ramsey Auditorium. The Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats from Taiwan offer a breathtaking glimpse of the Orient, in a multi-faceted production with formidable feats of daring and balance, explosive Kung-Fu, brilliantly-costumed traditional dancing and even a touch of Chinese humor. Tickets: $18/$9 (ages 18 and under).

Anima

Sat., Nov. 11, 8 p.m., Ramsey Auditorium. In its premier North American tour, celebrating Brazil's 500th anniversary, this group of six musicians

demonstrates the merging of medieval European music with indigenous Indian music and with African music, resulting in the rich musical heritage of modern-day Brazil. Tickets: $18/$9 (ages 18 and under). Call 630-840-ARTS or visit www.fnal.gov/culture.

International Film Society Presents: HALLOWEEN SPECIAL!

Friday, Oct. 27, 8 p.m., Ramsey Auditorium Wilson Hall $4, $2 for Fermilab grad students. The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Dir: Jim Sharman,UK (1975) 100 min. This is THE cult classic of all time. Outrageously kinky horror movie spoof.

Smoke Detectors

Fermilab's Fire Department reminds you that it's time again to change your clocks on Saturday, October 28. We ask that when you change your clocks, please change the batteries in your smoke detectors.

Wellness Works Brown Bag Seminar

Tues., Nov. 7, 12 noon- 1 p.m., WH Curia II conference room: "Lasik Preview--Taking a careful look at the facts about Lasik eye surgery." Presented by Keila Castro, RN, coordinator of the Lasik Clinic of Wheaton Eye Clinic.

Milestones

COLLISIONS

Recorded at the CDF detector: the first proton-antiproton collisions in preparation for Collider Run II of the Tevatron, on 02 Oct 2000 at 23:21:42 (11:21:42 PM Central Time). The Early Bird Report summary of beam activity, filed by Main Control Room crew chief Darren J. Crawford, noted: Pbar tune-up for shots began at 12:00 and lasted till 13:40. The first pbar shot was injected into the Tevatron at 14:47. Shots to the Tevatron continued into the evening shift. An 8 pbar-on -1 proton store was established. The store was aborted at 19:04 when the A1 line ion pumps tripped off and the bad vacuum propagated into the Tevatron FZero section. The remaining 9 mA of antiprotons in the Pbar Source were used in loading another 8 pbar X 1 proton store. The store was cogged for collisions and CDF reported detectable luminosity. The store was monitored through the owl shift. Retiring

  • John Barry, ID 401, LS-AO-Accommodations Office, effective September 13.

  • Gail Young, ID 10150, URA Headquarters, last day of work Sept. 8.

  • Ernest Malamud, ID 70, BD-DH-Headquarters Staff, effective Dec. 29, last day of work Nov. 3.

  • Carl Pallaver, ID 1047, BD-AS-Cryogenic Systems, October 31.

    Designer Certification

    Awarded to Richard Klecka (BD-Accelerator Controls) and to Angela Prosapio (PPD-Technical Centers): Certification in Printed Wiring Board Design Principles, by the Designers Council of IPC-Association Connecting Electronics Industries, conferring the designation CID (Certified Interconnect Designer).


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