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GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba




Volume 38 Number 10 Friday, January 14, 1982


THE FIRST TWO TICKETS FOR CUBAN-AMERICAN FRIENDSHIP DAY ARE PURCHASED BY Capt. M. D. Fitzgerald (right), COMNAVBASE, from Felix Wilson, a leader in the Cuban community. The two reach across the permanent Cuban-American Friendship Day Award to shake hands and seal the bargain. Looking on is Lt. William Glasser, Cuban Affairs Officer and winner of the CubanAmerican Friendship Day Award for 1982. (Official U.S. Navy photo)

Tickets are on sale


Cuban-American Friendship Day


Tickets for the 14th annual CubanAmerican Friendship Day went on sale yesterday.
The big event will take place, FriUJan. 28 at McCalla Hangar, benning at noon.
The menu for the day will be distinctly Cuban in flavor and will' include, among other items: roast pig, chicken fricassee, cassava, rice and beans, watercress salad and fresh Cuban bread. An internationally recognized
band, "Orqestra Novel" of New York will provide the music. During intermissions, "Graphic Expression" will take over so that there will be continuous music during the festivities.
It is important that tickets be purchased early because of the liberal administrative leave policy established by Commander Naval Base. Persons with a ticket in hand and their supervisor's permission, will get the afternoon off. Tickets are $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children 4-12 years. (Children under 4 are admitted free.)
Following is a list of persons
selling tickets, their departments, and telephone numbers. (The list will be expanded within the next fewdays, so watch the "Daily Gae," for the names of other perWs from whom you may purchase tickets.)
Ms. Barbier 2330 or 3250 (home) (Marine Corps Exchange Warehouse) Ens. Stack 2320/2860 (Supply)


Energy Tip of the Day

ENERGY CONSERVATION IS
EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY

If you're buying a new refrigerator, buy one with a powersaving switch. Most refrigerators
have heating elements in their
walls or doors to prevent "sweating' on the outside. In most climates, this heating element does
not need to be working all the
time.

ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART?


Chief Mendaros
(COMO Club) Mr. -Aldama-.....
(PWD-Electrical) Mr. Odelin 4324
(PWD-Utility) Mr. Lopez
(PWD Garage) Chief Brown
(PWD Garage) Mr. Gonzalez
(SIMA)
Mr. Wright
(Supply) Ms. Sinclair
(Medical) Mr. Thomas
(PWD)
J03 Holloway
(Public Affairs)


2132/-2531


The Navy's newest rating, Religious Program Specialist (RP), will celebrate its fourth birthday tomorrow, January 15.
In a recent speech, Rear Admiral Ross H. Trower, Chief of Chaplains, reflected on the importance the role RPs have on military life by saying, "Men and women of the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps are strengthened in their religious faith and in their dedication to our country as a result of your support of the command religious program."
As the enlisted assistant to
the chaplain, the Religious Program Specialist performs many functions which allows chaplains increased flexibility and mobility.


'Charging a nonviolent course,


the package for the 80's'

by JOC Lew Reed
Tomorrow is 54 years since the
birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. King was born in Atlanta, Ga. Jan. 15, 1929.

His is one of the names most Americans will never forget.
In memory of him, a memorial service program will be held today at the Base Chapel at 3:30 p.m. Martin Lut erKing, Jr.

The order of service will be as "I HAVE A DREAk' - Part I
follows: Excerpts from Dr. King's talks arranged by Lt. L. Satterwhite PRESIDING SOLO
Cdr. William Sommerville, MC, USN Staff Sgt. J. Braggs, USMC

WELCOME "I HAVE A DREAM" - Part II
Cant. M. D. Fitzgerald, USN (Additional excerpts from talks) SONG
INVOCATION "Battle Hymn of the Republic" in
Chaplain D. E. Spangler unison
SOLO POEM
"Lift Every Voce and Sing" by Mr. Astor Wright
Ms. Pamela Mason (Everyone REMARKS
will join in singing the 3rd "Courageousness" by Mr. Selvin
stanza) Reid CONTEMPORARY READING SONG
AK3 Gloria Singleton, USN "We Shall Overcome" in unison SONG CLOSING PRAYER
"Reach Out and Touch" in unison Capt. T. F. Johnson


S4834 'Black Jesus' and 7 others die in Memphis


or 3476 (h


4595/


Lt. Glasser 4817
(Legal)
Ms. Pope 4817
(Legal)

The sharks are gone

FLORIDA (UPI)--Officials at Hollandale Beach say up to 2,000 sharks that invaded the waters this week apparently have moved on and lifeguards ended a two-day ban on swimming, yesterday.
The ban began Tuesday when 500 to 2,000 sharks were signted near a mile-long stretch of Hallandale shore.


home) MEMPHIS (UPI)--Police killed seven
members of a religious sect yester4506 day after the unnamed group held a
police officer captive for 30 hours. 4706 The handcuffed body of the law officer, Robert Hester, was found near 4642 the door. He apparently died several hours before police stormed the '4590 building. Despite reports of dis-


Pres.Reagan praised
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP)--President Reagan is being hailed as "The right man in the right place at the right time." The tribute came from former President Richard Nixon during an address to South Carolina Republicans.
Nixon said Reagan is doing what he would have done, cut taxes, federal spending and inflation, if he had had a full second term. About 1,000 party members paid as much as $150 per couple to hear Nixon's remarks.

Flag at half mast

Gen. David M. Shoup, former Commandant of the Marine Corps and recipient of the Medal of Honor died yesterday. All ships and stations are directed to fly the National Ensign at half mast thru the 17th.


figurement, a preliminary autopsv indicated it was not a mutilationtype death.
The leader of the religious group and one of the seven killed, was 49-year-old Lindberg Sanders, who reportedly saw himself as a "Black Jesus" and expected the world to end.
Relatives of some of the seven black men killed are angry and frustrated over the way police handled the situation.
Some law officers criticized superiors for not attacking earlier, but authorities said they held hope they could negotiate for Hester's release.

'Spy' plans to appeal

NORFOLK, Va. (AP)--A Navv enlisted man sentenced to prison on charges involving contacts with the Soviet Embassy in Washington plans to appeal that decision.
Brian Horton, an intelligence specialist second class, testified during his court-martial that he never intended to sell classified material to the Soviets. Horton said he was simply collecting first-hand information for spy novels.


For instance, RP's serve as
record keepers for chpel funds, type messages, mainta:- an OPTAR, type Navy Relief applications, and maintain contact with religious and community agencies.
Religious Program Specialist
Second Class Jim Slocum, who works in the Naval Station Chaplain's Office, laterally converted from a personnelman eight months ago.
Explaining why he converted to an RP, Petty Officer Slocum said, "As a personnelman on a ship, I thought I would try the RP rating because I was more interested in 'he humanistic aspect of the rating, as opposed to the technical aspect of the personnelman rating."


Commei,,.ng on a highlight of
working i.. the RP rating, he added, "Being on the receiving end of the appreciation ie get from various groups here has been rewarding."
:)ecause the RP rating is relatively new, some misconceptions
do exist. One such misconception is that RP's get involved in dealing with other people's problems by counseling. Actually, RP's handle the clerical end, And the chaplains are the ones directly involved with counseling.

Religious Program Specialists serving on Guantanamo Bay other than RP2 Slocum are RPC Rodrigo Ruelo, and RPSN Scott Hudson.


RP rating celebrates birthday tomorrow







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IRRESISTABLE E.T. HAS
something exciting to call
home about! Book Fair
'83 - GTMO Bay! Garfield
gains weight in GTMO while
Tom Sawyer takes a trip
down our way. Bundles &
bunches; batches of books
at bargain basement
prices! Oh, so bodacious!
4 Elementary Multi-Purpose
/ Room - two days only!
This Friday evening,
Jan. 14th, 7-9 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 15th, 9-11 a.m. K-8th subject age range. Be There!

FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL CHILDREN'S Dental Health Month. The Branch Dental Clinic Guantanamo Bay will be offering dental examinations, prophylaxis and fluoride treatment on Saturday, Feb. 5, for children ages 5-16 (dependents and civilian) who have not been seen in the past year. Parents are encouraged to call 4554/4274 for an appointment.














ATTENTION ALL YOU INTELLIVISION FOOTball fanatics: Karen Douthett, Leeward Point Seabee Queen Candidate, is sponsoring an Intellivision Football Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 15th, at Barracks #623, 2nd Deck Lounge, (that's on Leeward Point) starting at Noon. Entrants fee is $5.00, cash prizes will be awarded. So all of you "Arm Chair Quarterbacks" who think you are good, come on out and have some fun. You just might win some bucks. Contact Karen at 6226 DWH or 3616 AWH to get your name on the list. See you Saturday.

THE SPECIAL SERVICES MOVIE INFORMAtion recording is out of order at the present time. Upon reparation of the system, the public will be promptly informed.

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A part of your community? Can you donate one or more hours a week? Reach out and join the Red Cross Volunteers. There will be a mandatory orientation for all new Red Cross Volunteers on Jan. 24 at 8:30 p.m. in the Hospital Education Classroom. This will be followed by the regular monthly meeting and tea of Red Cross Volunteers at 10 a.m. Nursery service will be provided free of charge. Please call 4676 DWH for further information.

THERE WILL BE A POWER OUTAGE FROM 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 18, until
7 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 19. Areas affected are as follows:
All Leeward Point
Crane Hill
It is requested that Leeward Point residents turn off all air conditioning and other electrical appliances to minimize loading on the Leeward Point standby Generator.

NM� U1lRV




GAZETTE


Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald,

Commander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynard ..........
.......... Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed .....................
.. Public Affairs Staff Supervisor JOl Ron Rust ..... Managing Editor J03 Lee Holloway ..... News Editor JO3 Michael Page ... Sports Editor Ms. Susan Junkins ................
......... ...Production Assistant

The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers as outlined in NAVEXOS P-35 sod under the direction of the Nave]. Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed
five time, weekly at government expense on government equipment at the Nav Publications and Printing Service Branch Office, the opinions or statements in news items that appear herein are nor to be construed as official " or as reflecting the vies of COMNAVEASE or tbe Departmaent of the Navy.


The Daily Gazette


Special Announcements


THE DEER PARK ZOO: THERE WILL BE A monthly meeting of the Zoo Committee at 10 a.m., Sat., Jan. 15, at the Zoo. Members and anyone interested in the zoo are welcome. Children are welcome and there will be an opportunity to feed and pet the animals.

CAR WASH: THE SPANISH II CLASS OF W. T. Sampson High School will sponsor a car wash on Saturday, Jan. 15th, in front of the Navy Exchange Laundromat, from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The proceeds will be used to help defray the cost of a class trip to Puerto Rico. Come on out and give your support to this worthwhile endeavor, and get your car cleaned in the process.

MARCH 1983 (CYCLE 99) NAVY WIDE Advancement Examination of E4/E5/E6: Start now. Now is not too early to begin preparing for the March 1983 1 advancement exams. All hands are encouraged to pursue anth, active program to complete the prerequisites well before the cutoff date. Commands are requested to stress completion of courses, PARS, and performance and leadership tests prior to the exam ordering deadline, to aid in preventing the costly waste of unused exams.


TODOS LOS RESIDENTES DE GUANTANAMO communidad se invitado participar en unas regalos a chorro para Senor y Senora Selvin Reid, quienes casa fue destruido reciente por fuego. Los regalos a chorro sera dado en la casa de Capellan y Senora Tom Johnson, 720 Radio Point a las tres de la tarde este Domingo. Para mas informacion, llama la officina de la capellan a 4555/4550.

ALL RESIDENTS OF THE GUANTANAMO BAY Community are invited to participate in a gift shower for Mr. and Mrs. Selvin Reid, whose home was recently destroyed by fire. The shower will be held at the home of Chaplain and Mrs. Tom Johnson, 720 Radio Point at 3 p.m. this Sunday. For additional information, call the Chaplain's Office at 4555/4550.

A SLIDE PRESENTATION AND ADOPTION information meeting will be held at the base chapel on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 7:30 p.m. The International Mission of Hope in Calcutta, India, specializes in providing homes in the United States for abandoned and orphaned Indian children of any age. The thirty minute presentation shows scenes of Calcutta, the mission, and some of their children before and after placement. An information sharing time following the program will offer advice in both foreign and American adoption. There are hundreds of thousands of infants and older children available for adoption worldwide. Anyone with experience or information on these subjects is invited to come and share with others.


VACANT NOTICE: ALL MILITARY AND Civilian personnel residing in Navy Family Housing are reminded that it is a requirement to notify Housing in person at least 30 days in advance when vacating quarters. When a 30 day notice is not possible due to "short fuse" orders, as much notice as possible must be given. Upon receipt of orders, the member must contact the Personal Property Office immediately to arrange for household goods packout and then report to Housing to complete an Intent to Vacate notice.

THERE WILL BE A LIQUIDATION SALE OF excess rental items (high chairs, strollers, crib mattresses, etc.), also books and misc. items at the old Treasure & Trivia building located next to the Navy Exchange on Saturday, Jan 15th from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m.

THE NEXT MEETING OF THE W.T. SAMPSON Elementary School Advisory Committee will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 2:15 in Room B-1 of the school. Special guest speaker will be Mrs. Mary Ann Wilmer from the Washington, D.C. Headquarters of the Dependent Schools, Evaluation Branch. Mrs. Wilmer will explain the DODDS testing program. The public is cordially invited to attend.


Chapel Notes

THE PENTECOSTAL GOSPEL ASSEMBLY,,,' full gospel fellowship, offers you a friendly place to find help ane peace in times of trouble and a place to praise the Lord in times of joy. Pastor H. Nelson welcomes all people of all faiths to attend at the Bay Hill Chapel. Sunday morning 8 a.m.


Sunday evening Wednesday Bible Study Friday Prayer Meeting


5 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m.


THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) wants you to know you are welcome to our worship services. We meet at the Corinaso Point Chapel each Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. We would like to have you join us. Contact Marvin Holt if you have any questions at 3384.


THINK ABOUT

IT


A MINUTE


Come Worship at the NAVAL BASE CHAPEL

Catt 4550/4555 6o. time of s6ervicu


" T G I F ". THE PLEASANT SURROUNDings of the Hook coffee house are open Friday and Saturday from 7 - 11 p.m. and Sunday from 7:30 - 9 p.m. Drop by for music and conversation, table games, and, of course, a variety of coffees for your tasting.


Friday, January 14, 1983
ALL PERSONNEL REQUIRING emergency dental treatment after working hours are to call 4554 before
' / 9 p.m. and 7230 after
p.m.

ALL LOCAL COMMANDS, TENANT COMMANDS and local community organizations and clubs are invited to send a representative to the Hospital Health Care Consumer Council meeting which will be held in the hospital conference room at 2 p.m. on Jan. 19. These council meetings are held quarterly and provide a needed forum which can provide information and an exchange of ideas. The overall goal of the council is to develop a greater understanding and responsiveness through timely and
open communication.

THE NEW COLLECTION POINT FOR YOUR Campbell, Swanson, Franco-American and V-8 can labels is Daniel Groff at 3362 AWH. The W. T. Sampson PTO still has a large designer soup can at the commissary for the convenience of our label collectors. Keep
us in mind.


Phone bills due 21st


TELEPHONE BILLS FOR JANUARY WILL BE late due to the holidays. The final date for payment of the January bills has been extended to close of business day, Friday, Jan. 21st.



Club Activities

THERE WILL BE AN EXCLUSIVE CPO Fraternity Luncheon at the CPO Club on Wednesday, Jan. 19, from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Followed by a General Assembly Meeting. The CPO Advisory Board Meeting scheduled for Jan. 7 will be held after the General Assembly Meeting.

THE GTMO OFFICERS WIVES CLUB MEETING for January has been postponed until February. Further info will be mailed out.











THE CHURCH OF CHRIST CORDIALLY invites all to services at McCalla Chapel. Sunday Bible Study 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.; Thursday Bible Study 7 p.m.

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND worship services at the Tabernacle Baptist Church of Guantanamo Bay, a fundamental Bible-Believing Baptist Church. Services are in Room B-l of the elementary school every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School is held before services on Sunday, starting at 9:30 a.m. For more information call 3237 AT.

BREAK THOSE BEGINNING-OF-THE-WEEKblahs. Join our Buffet by the Bay. The Catholic Women's Guild invites all ladies of the parish, especially new ones, to this potluck salad luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 18, from 11:30 a.m.-l:30 p.m. at the Yacht Club. Bring a salad--nothing too fattening for those New Year's resolutions. Come for fellowship the entire time or for part of the time. Contact Norma Jean Womack at 2533 AT or Colleen Zeek at 3130 AWTH for transportation or more info.

THE CHAPEL CHILDREN'S CHOIR HAVE resumed their practices for a Janu-ary musical. The musical is entitled "365 Days of Christmas Each Year", which encourages the spirit of Christmas throughout the whole year. Practices are held on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. at the Base Chapel. All children of the Guantanamo Bay Community, grades 16 are invited to participate.


community





bulletin board

Community announcements may be sent to the Gazette office through Guard Mail Stop #53 or hand carried
to the Public Affairs Office in the COMNAVBASE Admin
Building. Deadline for publication is 9 a.m. the previous working -day. Bonafide emergency announcements will be accepted any time. Announcements will be published at least once a week at the discretion of the Public Affairs Staff. Activities that discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex and color or national origin will not be accepted.







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Friday, January 14, 1983 The Daily Gazette


Want a cheap vacation?


by Jack Messmer
Associated Press
Looking for an inexpensive vacation? How about Mexico?
The faltering currency of our
neighborr to the South
has turned it into a
bargain basement for American tourists.
Mexico has been a
popular stop for U.S.
tourists for generations. It is, after
all, nearby.
But for the last several years, Mexico's inflated prices dimi" nished its traditional allure as a vacation center. Even
Acapulco registered drops in the number of foreign
visitors.
But now, Mexico
has become a bargain
vacation paradise for
Americans.
"It's almost embarassing to:pay these prices,"
says Dr. Ben McCarty. The Jackson, Miss. physician, his wife and three teenage children spent the Christmas Holiday in Mexico City.
As McCarty's wife Lynda puts it, "We didn't realize it would be so cheap. You can get a filet mignon for $2.00."
The Mexican government, faced with severe financial difficulties, has been devaluing its faltering currency.


The last devaluation on December 20, took it from 70 pesos for one U.S. dollar to 148 pesos per dollar. That means hotels, meals and shopping are suddenly less than half-price.
Actually, prices, when figured in U.S. dollars, had been dropping for some time before that. The peso started its slide a year ago, from the level of 27 to a dollar. So the dollar has now gained more than 400 percent in comparison to the peso.
Silver rings with semiprecious
stones are selling for under $5.00. Hand-woven rugs and blankets sell for $10.00 or less. And brightly embroidered Mexican dresses and blouses go for $8.00 to $15.00.
The U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration in Washington predicts about 3.7 million Americans will visit Mexico in 1983, a 12 percent increase over last year.
In Mexico City, the marketing director for American Express says, "It's a great opportunity for the country to regain its place as a world tourist center."
His firm has already booked 3,000 Americans on tours this month, that is more than double the number for January 1982.
Tours to Acapulco are being offered for as low as $49.00 per person for three nights in a hotel plus air fare.
One bit of advice from Conrad
Waldinger, a tourist from New York City. He says, "The prices are unreal. You've got to have will power not to buy everything in sight!"


ETl T.P. SPICUGLIA, JR., AND ENI frocking ceremony, officiated by cier, SIMA. (Official U.S. Navy


B.E. ELLER Cmdr. C.W. photo.)


POSE FOLLOWING A RECENT Gnilka, commanding offi-


GTMO buildings checked for paint-type


Recent inspections of facilities here in Guantanamo Bay have revealed that lead-based paint has been used in many buildings. One of the facilities affected is our own Day Care Center.
Young children will frequently pick up and eat chips of paint and thereby introduce lead into their systems. If significant quantities of lead builds up in a child's system, medical problems can arise such as anemia, intestinal problems, nervous problems, and growth problems.
All children who have attended the Special Services Day Care Center at any time need to be screened for blood lead levels as a precautionary measure. Please rest


assured that this is not a panic situation. Review of medical records has revealed no cases of lead poisoning here in Guantanamo Bay.
The test requires that about half a teaspoonful of blood be drawn from the children's arms. Time has been set aside on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons from 2-4 pm for this testing to be done. Children whose names begin with A-K should go on Tuesday, L-R on Wednesday, and S-Z on Thursday.

Screening for other base residents will be scheduled in the future when supplies presently on order are received. If you have any questions, please call Doctor Lewis at 7211.


TO THE GUANTANAMO BAY COMMUNITY:

"The activities brought to you
during this 1982 Christmas season were-made possible through the ef0 rts of many hard-working and
lfless people who served on or
assisted the Christmas Activities
Planning Committee (CAPC).
"It is with sincere gratitude that
I express my appreciation for those
efforts. Worthy of note, but not all inclusive is the following list: Lt.
Cmdr. Ed Fiebig, NAS Safety Officer; Lt. Joe Alloway, Chaplain's Office, Capt. John Pomfret, Marine Barracks; EOC John Brown, PWD; JOCS Jim DeWater, NBS Det. 6; JOC Lew Reed, Public Affairs Office; PN2 Dick Brune, PSD; Sue Pack, GTMO community; Rebbeca Turlo, MWOC; JOl James Sacky, JOl J.J. Smith, J02 Kathy Checkley, J02 Taralyn Burnett, J03


Sam Spear amd J03 Julia Tice--all of NBS Det. 6; FTGC Mike Ifulvoy, Knights of Columbus; MAC Rien, Base Security.
"For those not named, forgive me for there is just not enough room to note you all.
"Also, I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the many and talented groups that participated in the Christmas parade and show.
"Finally, I wish to thank each and every one of you who came out to view the various activities. Without you there would have been no reason for them. The spirit and cooperation displayed by all exemplifies the spirit of the season and love of the Christ Child.
"God bless you all."

Al Stiles, Jr.
Chairman, CAPC 1982


Navy Exchange Job Opportunities

The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Building AV-34, McCalla Hill, or phone 4348.


POSITION & GRADE CLOSING DATE

Laborer FT OPEN
NA-2/$3.70or LWG-2/$2.18

Laborer FT OPEN
NA-2/$3.70or LWG-2/$2.18

s Clerk FT & PT OPEN ' {W2/$3.70 or LGS-3/$2.93

Food Service Worker OPEN
(Counter Clerk)
TEMP FT NTE 90 days
LWG-2/$2.18

Sales Clerk FT OPEN
PS-2/$3.70 or LGS-3/$2.93

Sales Clerk FT OPEN
PS-5/$4.49 or LGS-4/$3.52

Sales Clerk PT 21 January 1983
PS-3/$3.96 or LGS-3/$2.93

Cashier FT OPEN
AS-3/$4.05 or LGS-3/$2.93

Courier/Cash Register Reader 21 January 1983
AS-4/$4.33 or LGS-3/$2.93
Full Time Position

Storeworker FT OPEN
LWG-4/$2.77
Employee will be required to work 48 hours per week,
Saturday and Sunday off.


LOCATION

Retail Store


Mini Mart


Retail Store


LEEWARD POINT
Kountry Kitchen



LEEWARD POINT
Retail Store

LEEWARD POINT
Mini Mart

Retail Store Jewelry Dept.

LEEWARD POINT
Retail Store

Accounting Dept.



LEEWARD POINT
Mini Mart alternating


There could barely be a better way to bring in the Bay's New Year!
Many members of W. T. Sampson's staff, the PTO, volunteers and our own Base Library have pooled organizing efforts to pull off a BIG Bookfair.
The Fair, the first in GTMO since 1979, boasts countless bundles of books--more than 2,000!
Puzzles, posters, creativity and project books, and Valentine items will be included.
Activities at this extravaganza include a FREE "Book Walk," PTO sponsored, with approximately $30$40 worth of merchandise awarded to winners! Wow!!
So if Benji is your bag, science and sci-fi fascinates you, or sports samplings make your spirits soar--don't miss this special sale!
Award-winning books, standard classics, dictionaries and The Guiness Book of World Records are here--that's incredible!
Don't be a sceptic--come see!


New drug relieves travelers' diarrhea


BOSTON (AP)--A stLdy says two common antibiotics will quickly relieve the misery of travelers' diarrhea, a disorder that upsets the vacations of millions of Americans who go to Mexico and other warm-weather climates.
The research found that the drugs will get rid of the problem for most people in a little more than a day, and that there is no need to take them before traveling. Doctors tested the drugs--trimethorprim or a combination of trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole--on 110 U.S. students attending summer


school last --ear in Mexico. Most were given the medication. The rest received inactive substitutes called placebos.
The antibiotics worked quickly, halting the diarrhea within an average of 30 hours. The ailment lingered for 93 hours among those who took placebos. Only a few people who took the antibiotics continued to suffer longer than five days.
The research of the two drugs was directed by Dr. Herbert Dupont of the University of Texas and published in the "New England Journal of Medicine."


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The Daily Gazette


Friday, January 14, 1982


Indiana 'drops the bomb'on Illinois, 69-55


(AP)--Indiana coach Bobby Knight attributes the Big Ten's newly initiated three-point field goals for last night's 69-55 victory by the fourth-ranked Hoosiers over Illinios. Ted Kitchell and Randy Wittman each had two of the threepointers. The four long baskets, scored from 21 feet and beyond, were the first of the season for Indiana.
Elsewhere in college basketball, Darrin Daye, Kenny Field and Rod Foster chalked up 17 points apiece in leading fifth-ranked U.C.L.A. to a 97-69 laugher over Oregon.


With six seconds on the clock, Willie Cutts hit two free throws putting seventh-rated Arkansas atop Texas A & M 66-64.
Sidney.Green's 23 points paced unbeaten and eight-ranked NevadaLas Vegas to its 13th win, 86-63 over Pacific.
Greg Stokes scored seven straight points in the second half to help number-12 Iowa roll to a 66-57 defeat of Northwestern.
And in last night's only top-20 upset, Purdue felled 20th-ranked Ohio State 64-57. Purdue punished Ohio State by connecting on 29 of 35 free throws.


Raiders owner Davis: no luxury boxes


(UPI)--In a major policy switch, the coliseum commission has voted to ask L.A. Raiders owner Al Davis not to build any luxury boxes atop the coliseum until after the 1984 Olympic games.

The commission asked its attorneys to draw up a letter to be signed by Davis and the commission. The letter would guarantee that the boxes will not be built before the Olympics.

The commission's shift came six months after it had ratified an agreement bringing the Raiders from Oakland to Los Angeles. That agreement gave Davis control over as many as 206 luxury boxes, to be built along the rim of the coliseum. He would get 75 percent the monies realized from the rental of the



For Sale
Ranger-100; work boots, size 9 EE, steel toe, oil resistant sole, never worh, $59. Call 4844DWH.

'58 Chevy, ran before battery was stolen, needs some work, parts included, $175 or best offer; Realistic receiver, STA-52, 12WRMS/Ch and two Nova speakers, two-way, $125; Sunfish sailboat hull, needs some work, $45; Eagle Claw surf casting rod w/GK-280, Garcia spinning, has 200 yds and 25-lb Stren line on it. I paid $90 for the rig, yours for $60. For all items, please call 3408 AWH or 4527 DWH and ask for Dusty.

'79 Evenrude 25 HP, 16-ft boat, trailer--all, $1500. Call 4844DWH.

Sears Coldspot, frostless refrigerator/freezer, good condition, $160; Pioneer SX-939*stereo-receiver 100W per channel maximum output, $220. Call Phil at 4160DWH or 3373AWH.

90cc Kawasaki for parts could possibly be made to run. Call and ask for Bruce, 2101/2212 DWH.
Have you ever dreamed of owning a home in the Caribbean? Luxury extra large one bedroom Condo for sale located in St. Croix. 45 ft. by 25 ft. living room, bedroom 30 ft. by 20 ft. New carpeting, completely furnished. Easily sleeps four or more. Owner anxious to sell, due to poor health. Call 2420 anytime for more information.

Atari game cartridges: Missile Command, Football, Home Run, Basketball and Space War, $15 each. Call 3548 after 2 p.m.

Peavey T-40 Bass stereo/mono capabilities, $375; Peavey 400 series Bass head, $350; Bass cabinet w/two 15" Electro-voice Force series speakers, $350. Call Chris at 2362 DWH or 3385 AWH. Must sell by Jan. 17.

Sears 25" color TV, console type, needs $40-$50 electrical work, $35; two end tables and small coffee table, $15 each or $35 for the set; 10-piece sectional, tan, w/square coffee table, $550 w/wo coffee table. Must sell by Jan. 17. Call 2362 DWH or 3385 AWE and ask for Chris.


Safety Slogan


boxes during the games.
Opening and closing ceremonies of the 1984 games, along with eight days of track and field competition, will be held at the coliseum, which was also the site of the 1932 Olympics.
Raiders officials did not attend the commission meeting and where not immediately available for comment.

Yacht Club Race

The first race of the Winter
Series of Racing at the Guantanamo Bay Yacht Club will be at 1:30 p.m., Sunday, January 16th.
There's a lot of Sunfish berthed at the club. Let's get them in the water and make this a big race.


NBA
(AP)--Things are becoming a little crowded in the N.B.A.'s Pacific Division, following last night's 102o-99 victory by the Phoenix Suns over the Seattle Supersonics. With the victory, the Suns moved into a second place tie with the Sonics, five games behind the idle Los Angeles Lakers. Pacing the Suns to their second win over Seattle in 11 days was guard Dennis Johnson. He poured in 20 points, seven of them on fourth-period free throws.

In last night's only other N.B.A. contest, the Milwaukee Bucks vanquished the Cleveland Cavaliers 110-100. Sidney Moncrief tallied 30 points, and Marques Johnson netted 20, as the Cavs lost their 15th straight on-the-road game.

Golf
(AP)--Although he's tied with two other players for third place, the spotlight is on Arnold Palmer after round one of the Los Angeles Open golf tournament. The 53-year-old Palmer yesterday fought his way to a five-under-par 66, his best score on the P.G.A. tour in at least two years. Palmer, who first won the L.A. event two decades ago, is tied with Payne Stewart and Gary Hallberg.�
The first round leader of the P.G.A.'s second event this year is Fuzzy Zoeller, who carded a seven-under-par 64.


classifieds

Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Mail or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office. Hours are 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Deadline for publication is noon the previous working day.


100 cc Kawasaki, runs good, $350. Call Ens. Real at 4849 DWH or 3574 AWH.
One 9x12 gold shag rug, $40; one Whirlpool 21,000 BTU a/c, $275; 69 Pontiac Catalina, good shape, dependable transportation, good looks, $650; baby crib, like new, $25. Call 3660 AWE. "Mega" books, many more subjects! 29� to $6.95 takes them away! Discount dollar days, fer shurr!! Too much! Don't be left out in the cold with this "Caribe" special sale. Book Fair - U.S.A. -GTMO Bay! Refer to ads!

Services
Do you need a babysitter? Days/ nights or weekends, Call Anne, 3216. I am looking for someone who needs a housesitter or would sponsor my wife for a visit in March. I am from Tennessee - my wife from Colombia, S.A. We have no children. Would be willing to compensate for any inconvenience. Contact P01 Newport, Comptroller Dept. at 4411 DWH.
We want your body! ..... to be beautiful, firm, fine, & flexible? So get physical! Try dancercize for a definite change of shape!!

Los t
My dog is gone. She's a Siberian husky. Her name is Tundra. She's two years old and she's white, black and gray. Her family misses her very much. If you have any information of her whereabouts, please call us at 2966 AT.

Wanted
Badly needed -- a clutch ane transmission or a whole engine for a '73 Honda 175XL. Call and ask for Bruce 2101/2212 DWH.
Somebody to cut grass. Call 4691/ 4693 and ask for Steve or leave a number.


Whatever your business on the highway,
safety pays big dividends.


Interested in getting a typewriter, preferably portable, not too big. Please call 6208 DWH or 6335 AWH. Ask for Thomas

Buyers for books! Customers must be caring. We want them to have a loving home for a lifetime! Please refer to ads in Gazette and media mentions for full info on best Book Fair ever!!

Babysitter for two children, ages
2 and 10 months, for working couple. Prefer Granadillo Circle but will consider other areas. Phone 4220 DWH or 2873 AWH.

Mustang in good running condition and good body. All inquiries will be considered. Call 3243 AWH, ask for John.

Yard Sale

Jan. 15--Corinaso Point CO-65.
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Christmas tree, 6 ft., $20; meat slicer, ,$20; coffee pot, $3; brand new deep fryer, $12; baby swing, $7.50; baby bath tub, $3; paintings,
(1) 20"x24" framed, $30, 5"x7" unframed, $4; several brand new stitchery kits. Lots more to see at 268B Villamar from 8 a.m. - ???? on Saturday.
Pre-packout yard sale--Sat., Jan 15th, 9:30 a.m.-noon. 1247B Villamar(6th Street). Everything the movers won't pack must go! Bargains


galore!


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Boston Bruin win

Makes it 21 straight

(UPI)--With Pete Peeters in goal, the Boston Bruins have not lost in 21 games, a string extending back to November llth. Last ight, Peeters notched his fifth shutout of the season, leading the Bruins to a 2-0 victory over Quebec. At the same time, he snapped the Nordiques' National Hockey League record of 231 consecutive games without being shut out. Elsewhere in the league, the Philadelphia Flyers stretched their winning streak to a club record 10 games with an 8-1 triumph over the Pittsburgh Penguins. The New York Islanders won their fourth in a row, beating the New Jersey Devils, 5-2. Hartford defeated the Montreal Canadiens, 4-2; Calgary beat Vancouver, 5-2; the Red Wings and Kings skated to a 4-4 tie in Detroit, and Minnesota beat Toronto, 2-1, in Glen Sonmor'" last game as head coach of the North Stars.
Sonmor, saying he's worn out by coaching, resigned, handing the coaching duties to assistant Murray Oliver on an interim basis.
Sonmor coached the North Stars for five seasons, leading them to their first Stanley Cup final. He was second in tenure among N.H.L. coaches to Al Arbour of the New York Islanders. A native of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Sonmor has been connected with Minnesota hockey for more than 20 years, starting in the minor leagues.


Yard sale Sat., Jan. 15th, 9 a.m.-? 5A Caravella. Large size ladies' clothes, kitchen items, radios, books, moped--a little of everything.

Radio Point #1 from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. New radial arm saw, high chair, bassinet, boy's bike, more toys, 1970 Honda motorcycle, moped, odds & ends. Call 4840.

Pre-packout at 4B Caravella Pt from
9 a.m. - ???? Lots of everything. Clothes, plants, crafts, playpen, baby swing, baby back pack, weight bench & weights, toys, and lots more.
Sat., from 9 a.m.-noon at 371D Kittery Beach. Boys and ladies' clothing, toys, games, large toy chest, bicycles, books and much more.

If you can't find it--ask; we just may have what you want. Household items, crafts, yarns, ceramic supplies, liquid embroidery pictures, little girls' clothes, hand-painted table clothes--much, much more. Plus: checkout carpeting, washer and dryer available soon. Corinaso 70, Jan. 15 8 a.m.-noon.

Nob Hill 35 B, 8-10 a.m., Jan. 15th. Childrens' clothes, size: newborn to
3 yrs; girls'/boys': newborn to 9 months--all in great condition, most for 25�! Mens'/womens' clothes (size 9 mostly), Hamilton Beach can-opener, Sears 180 XL movie camera, film splicer and projector, 3-speed women's bike, $25.

Villamar 263A 10 a.m.-noon, Sat., Jan. 15th. Electic chord organ, re-1cord album cabinet, hook rugs, pictures, ceramics, wal1 lamp, misc.

272A Villamar 8 a.m., Pre-packout Sale. Dining room set, dinette set, high chair, kitchenware, boy's clothes, woman's clothes, cots, books and much more.


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Water
Use: 938,000 Gallons
$5,887

Target: 1,000,000 Gallons
$6,276


Total
Use: $27,866 Target: q29,470


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$21,971

Target: 230,690 KWH
$23, 194




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TUEJDI~JLY GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Volume 38 Number 10 Friday, January 14, 1982 THE FIRST TWO TICKETS FOR CUBAN-AMERICAN FRIENDSHIP DAY ARE PURCHASED BY Capt. M. D. Fitzgerald (right), COMNAVBASE, from Felix Wilson, a leader in the Cuban community. The two reach across the permanent Cuban-American Friendship Day Award to shake hands and seal the bargain. Looking on is Lt. William Glasser, Cuban Affairs Officer and winner of the CubanAmerican Friendship Day Award for 1982. (Official U.S. Navy photo) Tickets are on sale Cuban-American Friendship Day Tickets for the 14th annual CubanAmerican Friendship Day went on sale yesterday. The big event will take place, Fri, Jan. 28 at McCalla Hangar, benning at noon. The menu for the day will be distinctly Cuban in flavor and will' include, among other items: roast pig, chicken fricassee, cassava, rice and beans, watercress salad and fresh Cuban bread. An internationally recognized band, "Orqestra Novel" of New York will provide the music. During intermissions, "Graphic Expression" will take over so that there will be continuous music during the festivities. It is important that tickets be purchased early because of the liberal administrative leave policy established by Commander Naval Base. Persons with a ticket in hand and their supervisor' s permission, will get the afternoon off. Tickets are $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for children 4-12 years. (Children under 4 are admitted free.) Following is a list of persons selling tickets, their departments, and telephone numbers. (The list will be expanded within the next few days, so watch the "Daily Gae," for the names of other pers from whom you may purchase tickets.) Ms. Barbier 2330 or 3250 (home) (Marine Corps Exchange Warehouse) Ens. Stack 2320/2860 (Supply) Energy Tip of the Day ENERGY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY If you're buying a new refrigerator, buy one with a powersaving switch. Most refrigerators have heating elements in their walls or doors to prevent 'sweating" on the outside. In most climates, this heating element does not need to be working all the time. ARE YOU DOING YOUR PART? Chief Mendaros (COMO Club) Mr. Aldama (PWD-Electrical) Mr. Odelin 4324 (PWD-Utility) Mr. Lopez (PWD Garage) Chief Brown (PWD Garage) Mr. Gonzalez (SIMA) Mr. Wright (Supply) Ms. Sinclair (Medical) Mr. Thomas (PWD) J03 Holloway (Public Affairs) 2132/.2531 'Charging a nonviolent course, the package for the 80's' by JOC Lew Reed Tomorrow is 54 years since the birth of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King was born in Atlanta, Ga. Jan. 15, 1929. His is one of the names most Americans will never forget. In memory of him, a memorial service program will be held today at the Base Chapel at 3:30 p.m. M The order of service will be as "I HAVE A DREA follows: Excerpts from arranged by PRESIDING SOLO Cdr. William Sommerville, MC, USN Staff Sgt. J. WELCOME "I HAVE A DREAM Capt. M. D. Fitzgerald, USN (Additional e SONG INVOCATION "Battle Hymn Chaplain D. E. Spangler unison SOLO POEM "Lift Every Voce and Sing" by Mr. Astor Wrig Ms. Pamela Mason (Everyone REMR will join in singing the 3rd "Courageousnes stanza) Reid CONTEMPORARY READING SONG AK( Gloria Singleton, USN "We Shall OveA SONG utan ouh"iSNGCO "Reah Ou andTouc" inunisn Cat.nTs F.n artin Luner King, Jr. I" -Part I Dr. King's talks Lt. L. Satterwhite Braggs, USMC -Part II xcerpts from talks) of the Republic" in ght ss" by Mr. Selvin rcome" in unison ohnson 4834 'Black Jesus' and 7 others die in Memphis or 3476 (home) 4506 4706 4642 4595/4590 7258 Lt. Glasser 4817 (Legal) Ms. Pope 4817 (Legal) The sharks are gone FLORIDA (UPI)--Officials at Hollandale Beach say up to 2,000 sharks that invaded the waters this week apparently have moved on and lifeguards ended a two-day ban on swimming, yesterday. The ban began Tuesday when 500 to 2,000 sharks were sighted near a mile-long stretch of Hallandale shore. MEMPHIS (UPI)--Police killed seven members of a religious sect yesterday after the unnamed group held a police officer captive for 30 hours. The handcuffed body of the law officer, Robert Hester, was found near the door. He apparently died several hours before police stormed the building. Despite reports of disPres.Reagan praised COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP)--President Reagan is being hailed as "The right man in the right place at the right time." The tribute came from former President Richard Nixon during an address to South Carolina Republicans. Nixon said Reagan is doing what he would have done, cut taxes, federal spending and inflation, if he had had a full second term. About 1,000 party members paid as much as $150 per couple to hear Nixon's remarks. Flag at half mast Gen. David M. Shoup, former Commandant of the Marine Corps and recipient of the Medal of Honor died yesterday. All ships and stations are directed to fly the National Ensign at half mast thru the 17th. figurement, a preliminary autopsy indicated it was not a mutilationtype death. The leader of the religious group and one of the seven killed, was 49-year-old Lindberg Sanders, who reportedly saw himself as a "Black Jesus" and expected the world to end. Relatives of some of the seven black men killed are angry and frustrated over the way police handled the situation. Some law officers criticized superiors for not attacking earlier, but authorities said they held hope they could negotiate for Hester's release. 'Spy' plans to appeal NORFOLK, Va. (AP)--A Navy enlisted man sentenced to prison on charges involving contacts with the Soviet Embassy in Washington plans to appeal that decision. Brian Horton, an intelligence specialist second class, testified during his court-martial that he never intended to sell classified material to the Soviets. Horton said he was simply collecting first-hand information for spy novels. RP rating celebrates birthday tomorrow The Navy's newest rating, Religious Program Specialist (RP), will celebrate its fourth birthday tomorrow, January 15. In a recent speech, Rear Admiral Ross H. Trower, Chief of Chaplains, reflected on the importance the role RPs have on military life by saying, "Men and women of the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps are strengthened in their religious faith and in their dedication to our country as a result of your support of the command religious program." As the enlisted assistant to the chaplain, the Religious Program Specialist performs many functions which allows chaplains increased flexibility and mobility. For instance, RP's serve as record keepers for chpel funds, type messages, mainta:1 an OPTAR, type Navy Relief applications, and maintain contact with religious and community agencies. Religious Program Specialist Second Class Jim Slocum, who works in the Naval Station Chaplain's Office, laterally converted from a personnelman eight months ago. Explaining why he converted to an RP, Petty Officer Slocum said, "As a personnelman on a ship, I thought I would try the RP rating because I was more interested in the humanistic aspect of the rating, as opposed to the technical aspect of the personnelman rating." Come Eing on a highlight of working i:. the RP rating, he added, "Being on the receiving end of the appreciation O get from various groups here has been rewarding." becausee the RP rating is relatively new, some misconceptions do exist. One such misconception is that RP's get involved in dealing with other people's problems by counseling. Actually, RP's handle the clerical end, and the chaplains are the ones directly involved with counseling. Religious Program Specialists serving on Guantanamo Bay other than RP2 Slocum are RPC Rodrigo Ruelo, and RPSN Scott Hudson.

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Page 2 IRRESISTABLE E.T. HAS L something exciting to call home about! Book Fair '83 -GTO Bay! Garfield gains weight in GTMO while Tom Sawyer takes a trip down our way. Bundles & bunches; batches of books at bargain basement prices! Oh, so bodacious! Elementary Multi-Purpose Room -two days only! This Friday evening, Jan. 14th, 7-9 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 15th, 9-11 a.m. K-8th subject age range. Be There! FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL CHILDREN'S Dental Health Month. The Branch Dental Clinic Guantanamo Bay will be offering dental examinations, prophylaxis and fluoride treatment on Saturday, Feb. 5, for children ages 5-16 (dependents and civilian) who have not been seen in the past year. Parents are encouraged to call 4554/4274 for an appointment. ATTENTION ALL YOU INTELLIVISION FOOTball fanatics: Karen Douthett, Leeward Point Seabee Queen Candidate, is sponsoring an Intellivision Football Tournament on Saturday, Jan. 15th, at Barracks #623, 2nd Deck Lounge, (that's on Leeward Point) starting at Noon. Entrants fee is $5.00, cash prizes will be awarded. So all of you "Arm Chair Quarterbacks" who think you are good, come on out and have some fun. You just might win some bucks. Contact Karen at 6226 DWH or 3616 AWH to get your name on the list. See you Saturday. THE SPECIAL SERVICES MOVIE INFORMAtion recording is out of order at the present time. Upon reparation of the system, the public will be promptly informed. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BECOMING A part of your community? Can you donate one or more hours a week? Reach out and join the Red Cross Volunteers. There will be a mandatory orientation for all new Red Cross Volunteers on Jan. 24 at 8:30 p.m. in the Hospital Education Classroom. This will be followed by the regular monthly meeting and tea of Red Cross Volunteers at 10 a.m. Nursery service will be provided free of charge. Please call 4676 DWH for further information. THERE WILL BE A POWER OUTAGE FROM 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 18, until 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 19. Areas affected are as follows: All Leeward Point Crane Hill It is requested that Leeward Point residents turn off all air conditioning and other electrical appliances to minimize loading on the Leeward Point standby Generator. T E AIlY GAZETTE Captain Maurice D. Fitzgerald, Commander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Cmdr. Keith Maynard. .Public Affairs Officer JOC Lew Reed .Public Affairs Staff Supervisor JO1 Ron Rust .Managing Editor J03 Lee Holloway .News Editor J03 Michael Page .Sports Editor Ms. Susan Junkins. .Production Assistant The Daily Ga ette is published according to the rles and regulations for ship and sation nespapers asotlined in NAVEXOS P-35 and under the ,direction of the Naalt Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed five t ie wekly at gv t expense on gov eqtpmet at th Navy Pbi nations and Printing Service Branch Office, he opinions or staeensinnw items that appear herein are not to be t cstued as official reflecting the views of COfAVBASE or the Department of th Nay. The Daily Gazette Special Announcements THE DEER PARK ZOO: THERE WILL BE A monthly meeting of the Zoo Committee at 10 a.m., Sat., Jan. 15, at the Zoo. Members and anyone interested in the zoo are welcome. Children are welcome and there will be an opportunity to feed and pet the animals. CAR WASH: THE SPANISH II CLASS OF W. T. Sampson High School will sponsor a car wash on Saturday, Jan. 15th, in front of the Navy Exchange Laundromat, from 9:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The proceeds will be used to help defray the cost of a class trip to Puerto Rico. Come on out and give your support to this worthwhile endeavor, and get your car cleaned in the process. MARCH 1983 (CYCLE 99) NAVY> WIDE Advancement Examination of E4/E5/E6: Start now. Now is not too early to begin preparing for the March 1983 i advancement exams. All hands are encouraged to pursue an active program to complete the prerequisites well before the cutoff date. Commands are requested to stress completion of courses, PARS, and performance and leadership tests prior to the exam ordering deadline, to aid in preventing the costly waste of unused exams. TODOS LOS RESIDENTES DE GUANTANAMO communidad se invitado participar en unas regalos a chorro para Senor y Senora Selvin Reid, quienes casa fue destruido reciente por fuego. Los regalos a chorro sera dado en la casa de Capellan y Senora Tom Johnson, 720 Radio Point a las trees de la tarde este Domingo. Para mas informacion, llama la officina de la capellan a 4555/4550. ALL RESIDENTS OF THE GUANTANAMO BAY Community are invited to participate in a gift shower for Mr. and Mrs. Selvin Reid, whose home was recently destroyed by fire. The shower will be held at the home of Chaplain and Mrs. Tom Johnson, 720 Radio Point at 3 p.m. this Sunday. For additional information, call the Chaplain's Office at 4555/4550. A SLIDE PRESENTATION AND ADOPTION information meeting will be held at the base chapel on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 7:30 p.m. The International Mission of Hope in Calcutta, India, specializes in providing homes in the United States for abandoned and orphaned Indian children of any age. The thirty minute presentation shows scenes of Calcutta, the mission, and some of their children before and after placement. An information sharing time following the program will offer advice in both foreign and American adoption. There are hundreds of thousands of infants and older children available for adoption worldwide. Anyone with experience or information on these subjects is invited to come and share with others. VACANT NOTICE: ALL MILITARY AND Civilian personnel residing in Navy Family Housing are reminded that it is a requirement to notify Housing in person at least 30 days in advance when vacating quarters. When a 30 day notice is not possible due to "short fuse" orders, as much notice as possible must be given. Upon receipt of orders, the member must contact the Personal Property Office immediately to arrange for household goods packout and then report to Housing to complete an Intent to Vacate notice. THERE WILL BE A LIQUIDATION SALE OF excess rental items (high chairs, strollers, crib mattresses, etc.), also books and misc. items at the old Treasure & Trivia building located next to the Navy Exchange on Saturday, Jan 15th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. THE NEXT MEETING OF THE W.T. SAMPSON Elementary School Advisory Committee will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 2:15 in Room B-1 of the school. Special guest speaker will be Mrs. Mary Ann Wilmer from the Washington, D.C. Headquarters of the Dependent Schools, Evaluation Branch. Mrs. Wilmer will explain the DODDS testing program. The public is cordially invited to attend. Chapel Notes THE PENTECOSTAL GOSPEL ASSEMBLY,full gospel fellowship, offers you a friendly place to find help and peace in times of trouble and a place to praise the Lord in times of joy. Pastor H. Nelson welcomes all people of all faiths to attend at the Bay Hill Chapel. Sunday morning 8 a.m. Sunday evening 5 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. Friday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) wants you to know you are welcome to our worship services. We meet at the Corinaso Point Chapel each Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. We would like to have you join us. Contact Marvin Holt if you have any questions at 3384. STHINKABOUT A MINUTE Come (oashi.p at the NAVAL BASE CHAPEL CaLE 4550/4555 {o' T GI F ". THE PLEASANT SURROUNDings of the Hook coffee house are open Friday and Saturday from 7 -11 p.m. and Sunday from 7:30 -9 p.m. Drop by for music and conversation, table games, and, of course, a variety of coffees for your tasting. Friday, January 14, 1983 ALL PERSONNEL REQUIRING emergency dental treatment after working hours are to call 4554 before 9 p.m. and 7230 after p.m. ALL LOCAL COMMANDS, TENANT COMMANDS and local community organizations and clubs are invited to send a representative to the Hospital Health Care Consumer Council meeting which will be held in the hospital conference room at 2 p.m. on Jan. 19. These council meetings are held quarterly and provide a needed forum which can provide information and an exchange of ideas. The overall goal of the council is to develop a greater understanding and responsiveness through timely and open communication. THE NEW COLLECTION POINT FOR YOUR Campbell, Swanson, Franco-American and V-8 can labels is Daniel Groff at 3362 AWH. The W. T. Sampson PTO still has a large designer soup can at the commissary for the convenience of our label collectors. Keep us in mind. Phone bills due 21st TELEPHONE BILLS FOR JANUARY WILL BE late due to the holidays. The final date for payment of the January bills has been extended to close of business day, Friday, Jan. 21st. Club Activities THERE WILL BE AN EXCLUSIVE CPO Fraternity Luncheon at the CPO Club on Wednesday, Jan. 19, from 11:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. Followed by a General Assembly Meeting. The CPO Advisory Board Meeting scheduled for Jan. 7 will be held after the General Assembly Meeting. THE GTMO OFFICERS WIVES CLUB MEETING for January has been postponed until February. Further info will be mailed out. THE CHURCH OF CHRIST CORDIALLY invites all to services at McCalla Chapel. Sunday Bible Study 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m.; Thursday Bible Study 7 p.m. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND worship services at the Tabernacle Baptist Church of Guantanamo Bay, a fundamental Bible-Believing Baptist Church. Services are in Room B-1 of the elementary school every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School is held before services on Sunday, starting at 9:30 a.m. For more information call 3237 AT. BREAK THOSE BEGINNING-OF-THE-WEEKblahs. Join our Buffet by the Bay. The Catholic Women's Guild invites all ladies of the parish, especially new ones, to this potluck salad luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 18, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Yacht Club. Bring a salad--nothing too fattening for those New Year's resolutions. Come for fellowship the entire time or for part of the time. Contact Norma Jean Womack at 2533 AT or Colleen Zeek at 3130 AWH for transportation or more info. THE CHAPEL CHILDREN'S CHOIR HAVE resumed their practices for a Janu-ary musical. The musical is entitled "365 Days of Christmas Each Year", which encourages the spirit of Christmas throughout the whole year. Practices are held on Tuesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. at the Base Chapel. All children of the Guantanamo Bay Community, grades 16 are invited to participate. community bulletin board Community announcements may be sent to the Gazette office through Guard Mail Stop #53 or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office in the COMNAVBASE Admin Building. Deadline for publication is 9 a.m. the previous working day. Bonafide emergency announcements will be accepted any time. Announcements will be published at least once a week at the discretion of the Public Affairs Staff. Activities that discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex and color or national origin will not be accepted.

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Friday, January 14, 1983 Want a cheap vacation? by Jack Messmer Associated Press Looking for an inexpensive vacation? How about Mexico? The faltering currency of our neighborr to the South has turned it into a bargain basement for American tourists. Mexico has been a popular stop for U.S. tourists for generations. It is, after all, nearby. But for the last several years, Mexico's inflated prices dimi(nished its traditional allure as a vacation center. Even Acapulco registered drops \ in the number of foreign visitors. But now, Mexico has become a bargain vacation paradise for Americans. -'fl "It's almost embarassing to pay these prices," says Dr. Ben McCarty. The Jackson, Miss. physician, his wife and three teenage children spent the Christmas Holiday in Mexico City. As McCarty's wife Lynda puts it, "We didn't realize it would be so cheap. You can get a filet mignon for $2.00." The Mexican government, faced with severe financial difficulties, has been devaluing its faltering currency. The last devaluation on December 20, took it from 70 pesos for one U.S. dollar to 148 pesos per dollar. That means hotels, meals and shopping are suddenly less than half-price. Actually, prices, when figured in U.S. dollars, had been dropping for some time before that. The peso started its slide a year ago, from the level of 27 to a dollar. So the dollar has now gained more than 400 percent in comparison to the peso. Silver rings with semiprecious stones are selling for under $5.00. Hand-woven rugs and blankets sell for $10.00 or less. And brightly embroidered Mexican dresses and blouses go for $8.00 to $15.00. The U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration in Washington predicts about 3.7 million Americans will visit Mexico in 1983, a 12 percent increase over last year. In Mexico City, the marketing director for American Express says, "It's a great opportunity for the country to regain its place as a world tourist center." His firm has already booked 3,000 Americans on tours this month, that is more than double the number for January 1982. Tours to Acapulco are being offered for as low as $49.00 per person for three nights in a hotel plus air fare. One bit of advice from Conrad Waldinger, a tourist from New York City. He says, "The prices are unreal. You've got to have will power not to buy everything in sight" ET1 T.P. SPICUGLIA, JR., AND EN1 B.E. ELLER frocking ceremony, officiated by Cmdr. C.W. cier, SIMA. (Official U.S. Navy photo.) POSE FOLLOWING A RECENT Gnilka, commanding offiGTMO buildings checked for paint-type Recent inspections of facilities here in Guantanamo Bay have revealed that lead-based paint has been used in many buildings. One of the facilities affected is our own Day Care Center. Young children will frequently pick up and eat chips of paint and thereby introduce lead into their systems. If significant quantities of lead builds up in a child's system, medical problems can arise such as anemia, intestinal problems, nervous problems, and growth problems. All children who have attended the Special Services Day Care Center at any time need to be screened for blood lead levels as a precautionary measure. Please rest assured that this is not a panic situation. Review of medical records has revealed no cases of lead poisoning here in Guantanamo Bay. The test requires that about half a teaspoonful of blood be drawn from the children's arms. Time has been set aside on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons from 2-4 pm for this testing to be done. Children whose names begin with A-K should go on Tuesday, L-R on Wednesday, and S-Z on Thursday. Screening for other base residents will be scheduled in the future when supplies presently on order are received. If you have any questions, please call Doctor Lewis at 7211. TO THE GUANTANAMO BAY COMMUNITY: "The activities brought to you during this 1982 Christmas season were made possible through the efrts of many hard-working and fless people who served on or assisted the Christmas Activities Planning Committee (CAPC). "It is with sincere gratitude that I express my appreciation for those efforts. Worthy of note, but not all inclusive is the following list: Lt. Cmdr. Ed Fiebig, NAS Safety Officer; Lt. Joe Alloway, Chaplain's Office, Capt. John Pomfret, Marine Barracks; EOC John Brown, PWD; JOCS Jim DeWater, NBS Det. 6; JOC Lew Reed, Public Affairs Office; PN2 Dick Brune, PSD; Sue Pack, GTMO community; Rebbeca Turlo, MWOC; JO1 James Sacky, JO1 J.J. Smith, J02 Kathy Checkley, J02 Taralyn Burnett, J03 Sam Spear amd J03 Julia Tice--all of NBS Det. 6; FTGC Mike Hulvoy, Knights of Columbus; MAC Rien, Base Security. "For those not named, forgive me for there is just not enough room to note you all. "Also, I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the many and talented groups that participated in the Christmas parade and show. "Finally, I wish to thank each and every one of you who came out to view the various activities. Without you there would have been no reason for them. The spirit and cooperation displayed by all exemplifies the spirit of the season and love of the Christ Child. "God bless you all." Al Stiles, Jr. Chairman, CAPC 1982 Navy Exchange Job Opportunities The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Building AV-34, McCalla Hill, or phone 4348. POSITION & GRADE CLOSING DATE Laborer FT OPEN NA-2/$3.70 or LWG-2/$2.18 Laborer FT OPEN NA-2/$3.70 or LWG-2/$2.18 r es Clerk FT & PT OPEN 2/$3.70 or LGS-3/$2.93 Food Service Worker OPEN (Counter Clerk) TEMP FT NTE 90 days LWG-2/$2.18 Sales Clerk FT OPEN PS-2/$3.70 or LGS-3/$2.93 Sales Clerk FT OPEN PS-5/$4.49 or LGS-4/$3.52 Sales Clerk PT 21 January 1983 PS-3/$3.96 or LGS-3/$2.93 Cashier FT OPEN AS-3/$4.05 or LGS-3/$2.93 Courier/Cash Register Reader 21 January 1983 AS-4/$4.33 or LGS-3/$2.93 Full Time Position Storeworker FT OPEN LWG-4/$2.77 Employee will be required to work 48 hours per week, Saturday and Sunday off. LOCATION Retail Store Mini Mart Retail Store LEEWARD POINT Kountry Kitchen LEEWARD POINT Retail Store LEEWARD POINT Bo There could barely be a better way to bring in the Bay's New Year! Many members of W. T. Sampson's staff, the PTO, volunteers and our own Base Library have pooled organizing efforts to pull off a BIG Bookfair. The Fair, the first in GTMO since 1979, boasts countless bundles of books--more than 2,000: Puzzles, posters, creativity and project books, and Valentine items will be included. Activities at this extravaganza include a FREE "Book Walk," PTO sponsored, with approximately $30$40 worth of merchandise awarded to winners! Wow:: So if Benji is your bag, science and sci-fi fascinates you, or sports samplings make your spirits soar--don't miss this special sale! Award-winning books, standard classics, dictionaries and The Guiness Book of World Records are here--that's incredible! Don't be a sceptic--come see! New drug relieves travelers' diarrhea Mini rtrl Mini Mart BOSTON (AP)--A study says two common antibiotics will quickly relieve the Retail Store misery of travelers' diarrhea, a Jewelry Dept. disorder that upsets the vacations of millions of Americans who go to LEEWARD POINT Mexico and other warm-weather cliRetail Store mates. Accounting Dept. LEEWARD POINT Mini Mart alternating The research found that the drugs will get rid of the problem for most people in a little more than a day, and that there is no need to take them before traveling. Doctors tested the drugs--trimethorprim or a combination of trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole--on 110 U.S. students attending summer school last ear in Mexico. Most were given the medication. The rest received inactive substitutes called placebos. The antibiotics worked quickly, halting the diarrhea within an average of 30 hours. The ailment lingered for 93 hours among those who took placebos. Only a few people who took the antibiotics continued to suffer longer than five days. The research of the two drugs was directed by Dr. Herbert Dupont of the University of Texas and published in the "New England Journal of Medicine." gtmo dialogue The Daily Gazette Page 3 h, 117 1 09 4 717L-74-4-N M-MML I i ok Fair

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Indiana 'drops the bomb' on Illinois, 69-55 S Boston Bruin win _Makes it 21 straight With six seconds on the clock, Willie Cutts hit two free throws putting seventh-rated Arkansas atop Texas A & M 66-64. Sidney. Green's 23 points paced unbeaten and eight-ranked NevadaLas Vegas to its 13th win, 86-63 over Pacific. Greg Stokes scored seven straight points in the second half to help number-12 Iowa roll to a 66-57 defeat of Northwestern. And in last night's only top-20 upset, Purdue felled 20th-ranked Ohio State 64-57. Purdue punished Ohio State by connecting on 29 of 35 free throws. Raiders owner Davis: no luxury boxes (UPI)--In a major policy switch, the coliseum commission has voted to ask L.A. Raiders owner Al Davis not to build any luxury boxes atop the coliseum until after the 1984 Olympic games. The commission asked its attorneys to draw up a letter to be signed by Davis and the commission. The letter would guarantee that the boxes will not be built before the Olympics. The commission's shift came six months after it had ratified an agreement bringing the Raiders from Oakland to Los Angeles. That agreement gave Davis control over as many as 206 luxury boxes, to be built along the rim of the coliseum. He would get 75 percent the monies realized from the rental of the For Sale Ranger-100; work boots, size 9 EE, steel toe, oil resistant sole, never worh, $59. Call 4844DWH. '58 Chevy, ran before battery was stolen, needs some work, parts included, $175 or best offer; Realistic receiver, STA-52, 12WRMS/Ch and two Nova speakers, two-way, $125; Sunfish sailboat hull, needs some work, $45; Eagle Claw surf casting rod w/GK-280, Garcia spinning, has 200 yds and 25-lb Stren line on it. I paid $90 for the rig, yours for $60. For all items, please call 3408 AWH or 4527 DWH and ask for Dusty. '79 Evenrude 25 HP, 16-ft boat, trailer--all, $1500. Call 4844DWH. Sears Coldspot, frostless refrigerator/freezer, good condition, $160; Pioneer SX-939 stereo-receiver 100W per channel maximum output, $220. Call Phil at 4160DWH or 3373AWH. 90cc Kawasaki for parts could possibly be made to run. Call and ask for Bruce, 2101/2212 DWH. Have you ever dreamed of owning a home in the Caribbean? Luxury extra large one bedroom Condo for sale located in St. Croix. 45 ft. by 25 ft. living room, bedroom 30 ft. by 20 ft. New carpeting, completely furnished. Easily sleeps four or more. Owner anxious to sell, due to poor health. Call 2420 anytime for more information. Atari game cartridges: Missile Command, Football, Home Run, Basketball and Space War, $15 each. Call 3548 after 2 p.m. Peavey T-40 Bass stereo/mono capabilities, $375; Peavey 400 series Bass head, $350; Bass cabinet w/two 15" Electro-voice Force series speakers, $350. Call Chris at 2362 DWH or 3385 AWH. Must sell by Jan. 17. Sears 25" color TV, console type, needs $40-$50 electrical work, $35; two end tables and small coffee table, $15 each or $35 for the set; 10-piece sectional, tan, w/square coffee table, $550 w/wo coffee table. Must sell by Jan. 17. Call 2362 DWH or 3385 AWH and ask for Chris. Safety Slogan boxes during the games. Opening and closing ceremonies of the 1984 games, along with eight days of track and field competition, will be held at the coliseum, which was also the site of the 1932 Olympics. Raiders officials did not attend the commission meeting and where not immediately available for comment. Yacht Club Race The first race of the Winter Series of Racing at the Guantanamo Bay Yacht Club will be at 1:30 p.m., Sunday, January 16th. There's a lot of Sunfish berthed at the club. Let's get them in the water and make this a big 100 cc Kawasaki, runs good, $350. Call Ens. Real at 4849 DWH or 3574 AWH. One 9x12 gold shag rug, $40; one Whirlpool 21,000 BTU a/c, $275; '69 Pontiac Catalina, good shape, dependable transportation, good looks, $650; baby crib, like new, $25. Call 3660 AWH. Megaa" books, many more subjects! 29C to $6.95 takes them away! Discount dollar days, fer shurr!! Too much! Don't be left out in the cold with this "Caribe" special sale. Book Fair -U.S.A. -GTMO Bay! Refer to ads! Services Do you need a babysitter? Days/ nights or weekends, Call Anne, 3216. I am looking for someone who needs a housesitter or would sponsor my wife for a visit in March. I am from Tennessee -my wife from Colombia, S.A. We have no children. Would be willing to compensate for any inconvenience. Contact P01 Newport, Comptroller Dept. at 4411 DWH. We want your body!.to be beautiful, firm, fine, & flexible? So get physical! Try dancercize for a definite change of shape!! Lost My dog is gone. She's a Siberian husky. Her name is Tundra. She's two years old and she's white, black and gray. Her family misses her very much. If you have any information of her whereabouts, please call us at 2966 AT. Wanted Badly needed -a clutch and transmission or a whole engine for a '73 Honda 175XL. Call and ask for Bruce 2101/2212 DWH. Somebody to cut grass. Call 4691/ 4693 and ask for Steve or leave a number. Whatever your business on thebhighway, safety pays big dividends. (AP)--Indiana coach Bobby Knight attributes the Big Ten's newly initiated three-point field goals for last night's 69-55 victory by the fourth-ranked Hoosiers over Illinios. Ted Kitchell and Randy Wittman each had two of the threepointers. The four long baskets, scored from 21 feet and beyond, were the first of the season for Indiana. Elsewhere in college basketball, Darrin Daye, Kenny Field and Rod Foster chalked up 17 points apiece in leading fifth-ranked U.C.L.A. to a 97-69 laugher over Oregon. Interested in getting a typewriter, preferably portable, not too big. Please call 6208 DWH or 6335 AWH. Ask for Thomas Buyers for books! Customers must be caring. We want them to have a loving home for a lifetime! Please refer to ads in Gazette and mdia mentions for full info on best Book Fair ever!! Babysitter for two children, ages 2 and 10 months, for working couple. Prefer Granadillo Circle but will consider other areas. Phone 4220 DWH or 2873 AWH. Mustang in good running condition and good body. All inquiries will be considered. Call 3243 AWH, ask for John. Yard Sale Jan. 15--Corinaso Point CO-65. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Christmas tree, 6 ft., $20; meat slicer, $20; coffee pot, $3; brand new deep fryer, $12; baby swing, $7.50; baby bath tub, $3; paintings, (1) 20"x24" framed, $30, 5"x7" unframed, $4; several brand new stitchery kits. Lots more to see at 268B Villamar from 8 a.m. -???? on Saturday. Pre-packout yard sale--Sat., Jan 15th, 9:30 a.m.-noon. 12478 Villamar(6th Street). Everything the movers won't pack must go! Bargains galore! DAILY ENERGY Use: Target: NBA (AP)--Things are becoming a little crowded in the N.B.A.'s Pacific Division, following last night's 102-99 victory by the Phoenix Suns over the Seattle Supersonics. With the victory, the Suns moved into a second place tie with the Sonics, five games behind the idle Los Angeles Lakers. Pacing the Suns to their second win over Seattle in 11 days was guard Dennis Johnson. He poured in 20 points, seven of them on fourth-period free throws. In last night's only other N.B.A. contest, the Milwaukee Bucks vanquished the Cleveland Cavaliers 110-100. Sidney Moncrief tallied 30 points, and Marques Johnson netted 20, as the Cavs lost their 15th straight on-the-road game. Golf (AP)--Although he's tied with two other players for third place, the spotlight is on Arnold Palmer after round one of the Los Angeles Open golf tournament. The 53-year-old Palmer yesterday fought his way to a five-under-par 66, his best score on the P.G.A. tour in at least two years. Palmer, who first won the L.A. event two decades ago, is tied with Payne Stewart and Gary Hallberg. The first round leader of the P.G.A.'s second event this year is Fuzzy Zoeller, who carded a seven-under-par 64. USAGE Electricity Use: 218,600 KWH $21,971 Target: 230,690 KH $23, 194 hater Conditio Charlie III : Water 938,000 Gallons $5,887 1,000,000 Gallons $6,276 Total Use: $27,866 Target: 529,470 classifieds Classified advertisements may be sent to the Gazette by Guard Mail or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office. Hours are 7:30 a.m., to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) .Deadline for publication is noon the previous working day. The Daily Gazette Page 4 Friday, January 14, 1982 1 In (UPI)--With Pete Peeters in goal, the Boston Bruins have not lost in 21 games, a string extending back to November 11th. Last light, Peeters notched his fifth shutout of the season, leading the Bruins to a 2-0 victory over Quebec. At the same time, he snapped the Nordiques' National Hockey League record of 231 consecutive games without being shut out. Elsewhere in the league, the Philadelphia Flyers stretched their winning streak to a club record 10 games with an 8-1 triumph over the Pittsburgh Penguins. The New York Islanders won their fourth in a row, beating the New Jersey Devils, 5-2. Hartford defeated the Montreal Canadiens, 4-2; Calgary beat Vancouver, 5-2; the Red Wings and Kings skated to a 4-4 tie in Detroit, and Minnesota beat Toronto, 2-1, in Glen Sonmor's last game as head coach of the North Stars. Sonmor, saying he's worn out by coaching, resigned, handing the coaching duties to assistant Murray Oliver on an interim basis. Sonmor coached the North Stars for five seasons, leading them to their first Stanley Cup final. He was second in tenure among N.H.L. coaches to Al Arbour of the New York Islanders. A native of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Sonmor has been connected with Minnesota hockey for more than 20 years, starting in the minor leagues. Yard sale Sat., Jan. 15th, 9 a.m.-? 5A Caravella. Large size ladies' clothes, kitchen items, radios, books, moped--a little of everything. Radio Point #1 from 9 a.m. -11 a.m. New radial arm saw, high chair, bassinet, boy's bike, more toys, 1970 Honda motorcycle, moped, odds & ends. Call 4840. Pre-packout at 4B Caravella Pt from 9 a.m. -???? Lots of everything. W Clothes, plants, crafts, playpen, baby swing, baby back pack, weight bench & weights, toys, and lots more. Sat., from 9 a.m.-noon at 371D Kittery Beach. Boys and ladies' clothing, toys, games, large toy chest, bicycles, books and much more. If you can't find it--ask; we just may have what you want. Household items, crafts, yarns, ceramic supplies, liquid embroidery pictures, little girls' clothes. hand-painted table clothes--much, much more. Plus: checkout carpeting, washer and dryer available soon. Corinaso 70, Jan. 15 8 a.m.-noon. Nob Hill 35 B, 8-10 a.m., Jan. 15th. Childrens' clothes, size: newborn to 3 yrs; girls'/boys': newborn to 9 months--all in great condition, most for 25c! Mens'/womens' clothes (size 9 mostly), Hamilton Beach can-opener, Sears 180 XL movie camera, film splicer and projector, 3-speed women's bike, $25. Villamar 263A 10 a.m.-noon, Sat., Jan. 15th. Electic chord organ, record album cabinet, hook rugs, pictures, ceramics, wall lamp, misc. 272A Villamar 8 a.m., Pre-packout Sale. Dining room set, dinette set, high chair, kitchenware, boy's clothes, woman's clothes, cots, books and much more.