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WASHINGTON (UPI)--By a vote of 57-42, the Senate yesterday confirmed President Reagan's choice of Kenneth Adelman as U.S. Arms Control chief. The 36-year-old Adelman, a former student of U.N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, replaces Eugene Rostow who was fired by Reagan following policy differences with other administration officials.
WASHINGTON (UPI)--Pentagon sources say U.S. radar surveillance planes have been operating over the Caribbean sea for the past two months to spy on air traffic moving into and out of Nicaragua. However, the sources insist AWACS planes have confined their operations to international air space. POLAND (UPI)--Former Polish union leader Lech Walesa says he's not "distancing" himself from appeals for anti-government demonstrations on May Day.

Energy Tip of the Day

If you own a pressure cooker or microwave oven, use it to reduce the cooking time. You'll save electricity and stay more comfortable by reducing the heat buildup in the kitchen.


THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS WILL BE
holding their First Degree Initiation on Sunday, April 17, at 3 p.m.
at the GTMO Swingers square dance
hall. All knights are requested to
arrive at 2:30 p.m.

THE VILLAMAR SWIMMING POOL HAS BEEN closed indefinitely due to mechanical problems.

ATTENTION MASONS: Monday, April
18, at 5 p.m. there will be a
practice of the degree team for
Wednesday night. All members are
asked to attend.

, Chapel Notes
HE PWOC IS HOSTING A SPIRITUAL
Retreat for all ladies of the
community on April 18 and 19 from 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Cable Beach.
Bring a bag lunch, folding chair, Bible and notebook. Mrs. Eleanor Turnbull from the Baptist Haiti
Mission will take part in the program. Coffee and iced tea will be
furnished.
THE REVEREND WALLACE TURNBULL WILL
be the Guest Speaker during the
Protestant morning worship service at 11 a.m. and the evening "Country
Church" service at 6:30 p.m. this Sunday. Wallace and Eleanor Turnbull are well known to us as the
Missionaries serving the Haiti Baptist Mission located in the
mountains outside Port-Au-Prince.
A Council Dish Dinner will be held
at 5 p.m. on the Chapel Patio
honoring the Turnbulls, that we may welcome them personally to GTMO and
become better acquainted. Bring
food for your family plus one, and
join the fellowship.


(UPI)--The American Jewish Committee says it's recalling its representative to Poland's commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. At issue is the participation of the Palestine Liberation Organization in the ceremonies. The PLO is committed to the destruction of the state of Israel.

BONN (UPI)--West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl meets with President Reagan at the White House this morning where the two are expected to exchange views on global security and economic issues. Kohl, who arrived last night in Washington, heads a coalition government that strongly supports American nuclear policies despite a vocal peace movement at home.

PITTSBURGH (UPI)--Two armed inmates held a guard and a prison employee hostage at a maxium-security jail in Pittsburgh for a second day today. Officials at the Western Penitentiary on the city's north side say progress is impaired by the fact that the two men are making no demands. The hostages were reported unhurt late last night.


A SPECIAL SERVICES FLEA MARKET WILL be held on Sunday, April 17, at McCalla Hangar from 12:30 p.m. until all merchandise isisold. No one will be allowed to set up prior to Noon. There will be two sizes of booths to choose from, all inside the hangar; large booths (20x20) for $3.00 and small booths (10x20) for $2.00. You must supply your own tables. Anyone wishing to rent a space may do so by coming by the Special Services Office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or by going to booth #1 the day of the Flea Market. Food may be sold only by people with written permission from the Navy Exchange, which must be brought to Special Services when booth is purchased. THE MILITARY AUTO SALES REPRESENTAtive will be at the NEX thru Sunday, April 17. This will be your last chance to order a 1983 car with your regular factory discount - plus an additional rebate of several hundred dollars.
THE MARINE CORPS EXCHANGE PROUDLY presents their Mother's Day gift to you: A 15% discount on any 14kt Clark & Clark charms, earrings, necklaces and chains. This sale begins Friday, April 15, and ends Wednesday, April 20. A layaway, plan is available.

Club Activities
ATTENTION GTMO SWINGERS: THERE will be a special general membership meeting on April 16 at 6:30 p.m. to vote on a proposed amendment to the club by-laws. At 7:30 begins amateur caller night. Help encourage our club members as they try their voices at calling


Galley power down

DUE TO ANNUAL PM'S ON THE GOLD 1IILL Substation the Enlisted Dining Facility will be serving special outdoor barbecue suppers during normal supper hours on: Monday, April 18 Thursday, April 21 Facilities are limited so authorized patrons are asked not to bring guests.

(AP)--Iran is accusing the Kuwaiti government of aiding Iraq in the 31-month-old Persian Gulf war. Tehran's Islamic republic news agency says Kuwait allowed an enemy missile attack against Tehran's oil fields to be launched from Kuwaiti coastal waters. But the reprot said Iran will not retaliate.

(UPI)--IRS offices around the country were packed with procrastinators trying to get their tax returns in shape by tonight's midnight deadline. Banks also reported heavy business as taxpayers took last-minute advantage of tax breaks offered by individual retirement accounts.
(AP)--President Reagan says it's
impossible to turn the White House
into an employment agency. But he says any time he can help line up a jobless individual with a
company that's looking for a worker, he'll do it.

(AP)--A senior White House official
says President Reagan is thinking
about having Secretary of State L Shultz pack his bags for the Mideast next week. Among the
stops for the proposed trip are
Israel and Egypt. Shultz says
he'll be "ready to go" when Reagan asks him.

(AP)--Witnesses told a House panel yesterday that people who want organ transplants shouldn't have to rely on publicity in order to get help. One former government official says a national system of organ transfer should be set up to make sure those who need transplants get them.

(AP)--Lawyers for automaker John De Lorean are once again asking that his $5 million bail be lowered. Exact contents of the motion are being kept secret under a judge's order.
(AP)--Texaco executive Kenneth
Bishop says he's happy after being freed from 38 days of captivity at the hands of Colombian guerrillas. A relative of Bishop's family paid several hundred thousand dollars in ransom.




Navy Relief


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Friday, April 15, 1983

Navy Relief Events
The Naval Hospital is sponsoring a mud wrestling and tug-o-war contest, Saturday, April 30, at 7:00 p.m. at the Cooper Field baseball field. Both these events are for men and women, in each respective division. Prizes and trophies will be awarded, and plenty of refreshments will be available. The spectator admission is $2, and you will be able to see teams comprised of three men and three women tug their way to victory. For further information, contact Lt. Cmdr.Malinky at 7201/7202.
NSGA/Co. L is sponsoring Go-Carts this weekend, on both Saturday and Sunday. The carts will be located between the tennis and racquetball courts, beginning at 10:00 a.m. thru 4:00 p.m. The fee is $1.50 for six laps. For further information, contact CTRC Bryce, at 2152, or CTA3 drzena, at 3215.


The Daily Gazette


In conjuction with the Navy
Relief drive, a powerlifting contest will be held on April 29, at 7:00 p.m. at the Marblehead gym. Competition is open to both men and women, ages 16 years and older. Participants will be required to perform three lifts, the bench press, squat and dead lifts. Entry fee of $5 is required. Entry forms are now available at Marblehead gym and deadline for this event is April 27th. Entry forms and fee will be accepted at Marble-head gym April 25-27, between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. For more information, call Garry Murphy at 3704 AWH.

Special Services is now accepting rosters for Intercommand softball. Deadline for rosters will beApril 15 at 4:30 p.m. Maximum of (18) players per team. The season will start on or about May 2.


classified


Services
Experienced flute teacher now offering private lessons. For appointment call 2881 AT.

Misc.
Dog pound has six dogs for adoption. They have all their shots and some are house trained. For information call MS2 Chester at 4105 or 4440 DWH.
Lost
I lost my digital watch at Marblehead volleyball court while playing in the games Sunday night. If found please call Patty at 3140 after 2:30 p.m.

Wanted
Need piston rings for a Puch moped. Wanted as soon as possible. Call anytime at 4390 DWH or 2984 AWH. Anyone having first hand knowledge of living and working conditions at NAVSTA, ADAK, please contact me at 4164 DWH or 3223 AWH.
Good quality scuba gear in good condition. Call 2881 AT.

For Sale
Look out Niagra Falls! Here's a 12'x24' barrel boat for sale. Included with it is a supply of treated 3/4" ply and enough parts for two 40 hp Johnson motors. There are also enough of the misc. items needed to make you a complete sailor. Hurry, this deal won't last forever. Asking a paltry $500. Call 2269/ 2284 DWH and ask for Don.

Chest type freezer, $300; microwave oven, $350; Oriental room divider screen, $245; Spanish wooden chandelier, $40; Spanish table lamp with matching hanging lamp, $70 for the pair. Call 3457 AT. Box springs and mattress with frame. All are in good condition. Asking $50. Call 2269/2284 DWH and ask for Don.
'70 Ford Maverick, good running condition, good tires, great gas mileage, recently tuned up, $700 or best offer. Call 2769 AT.


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Reef Raiders
Effective immediately, Reef
Raiders' membership is now open to non-scuba divers. In the past, only certified scuba divers could join the diving club, but this change will now allow non-divers to participate in Reef Raiders' social functions, attend meetings, become involved in educational lectures and presentations, and increase your understanding of the mysteries of the ocean. For more information, call 2955 AWH.

NBA

(AP)--In the NBA, Marques Johnson scored 26 points as the Milwaukee Bucks beat Washington 97-90. The loss dropped the Bullets a game behind New York and a half game behind Atlanta in the race for the final two Eastern Conference playoff berths. Calvin Natt pushed through 24 as Portland routed San Diego 120-83.

NHL


Buffalo N.Y. Islanders Chicago Edmonton


AKAI GX630D-SS 10" reel to reel four channel tape deck plus three 10" reel blank tapes and four 7 " reel blank tapes. Selling at 50% of cost. Also have '75 Honda motorcycle CB360T, excellent running condition. For more information call 2355 DWH or 2900 AWH. Radio controlled planes for sale: A4 Skyhawk w/.049 ducted fan motor and six-channel radio, $200; Heinkel 162 ducted fan jet, 7.5 cc ducted fan engine w/six-channel radio and assorted spare parts. $400 or both for $550 firm. Call 4351 DWH or 4204 AWE and ask for Dave. Single bed w/mattress, $40; console solid wood stereo cabinet w/ speakers and old fashioned Admiral stereo (needs repair) 5 'xl ', $76; various worn dressers and floor cabinets, make offer. Call 2769 AT.

One camel colored rug 12x15, 18 mos. old, paid $150, asking $75; one dark blue/light blue shag rug, 9x12, $50; oval shaped braided rug, brown in color, lOxl5, $10. Call 4703 AT and ask for Audrey.

'71 Ford Fairlane, good body, engine needs overhaul, has two G78/15 tires like n<.w, fully equipped, full tank of gas, $200 or best offer. Call 2769 AT.
TEAC 7" open reel tape deck. Model X-7R bi-directional play/record. Pioneer turntable model PL-55. Grado four-channel cartridge included. Old turntable but in sound working order. Tape deck less than three months old. Call 4648 AWH.

One baby crib with mattress. Call 2945 AWH. Asking $40.

'70 Pinto, six cylinder engine, four speed, good tires, runs good, $450 firm. Call 4147/4544 DWH. '73 Buick LeSabre, $800. Available April 22. Odyssey Game and 11 tapes, $125. Call 2426 AT.

High chair, very good condition, $20. Call 3715 AT.


DAILY ENERGY USAGE
Total iWater Condition Use: $33,019 1charli "l Target: $30,861 . . ...


7 Boston
4 N.Y. Rangers
5 Minnesota
6 Calgary


Racquet Club

All Racquet Club members are
reminded of the clubhouse cleanup Satruday, April 16, from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Bring your mops, brooms, buckets, rags, paint brushes and garden tools lend a hand. The next tournament will be a men's and women's pick-your-partner doubles on April 23-24. Signup now at the clubhouse.

Yard Sale
Two family yard-sale, from
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., at Center Bargo 1180. Baby clothes, girls clothes, size 0-4 toddler. Call 2885.

Yard-sale, Saturday April 16, from 9:00 a.m. to noon, at Granadillo Point. Pease no early bids.

Yard-sale on Saturday, April 16th, from 9:00 a.m. till ? Granadillo Circle 83B. Items for sale, clothes, bar, and tables, toys and much more.

Yard-sale Saturday, April 16th, from 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. at TK-13. Books, toys, adult clothing, lots of miscellaneous.

Pre-packout sale Saturday, April 16th, from 9:00 a.m. to noon at 1230 B Villamar, on 5th street. Table, television game, tape players, finished ceramics, BBQ grill, clothing, car parts, hanging table and much more at low prices. Come on out and see what we've got for you.

Pre-packout sale Saturday, April 16th, from 8:00 a.m. until, at 27Z-AVL. Two air conditioners for $250.
Garage sale at TK-30 April 16 and 17. Household items, many books, large size ladies clothing, big men's clothing, Xmas decorations and wrap. Begins 9:00 a.m.

Yard-sale 1225A-Villamar Saturday April 16 from 9:00 a.m. till ? Children's clothing, car seat, baby crib, books records, movie camera, stroller, picnic table, plants toys.




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WASHINGTON (UPI)--By a vote of 57-42, the Senate yesterday confirmed President Reagan's choice of Kenneth Adelman as U.S. Arms Control chief. The 36-year-old Adelman, a former student of U.N. Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, replaces Eugene Rostow who was fired by Reagan following policy differences with other administration officials. WASHINGTON (UPI)--Pentagon sources say U.S. radar surveillance planes have been operating over the Caribbean sea for the past two months to spy on air traffic moving into and out of Nicaragua. However, the sources insist AWACS planes have confined their operations to international air space. POLAND (UPI)--Former Polish union leader Lech Walesa says he's not "distancing" himself from appeals for anti-government demonstrations on May Day. Energy Tip of the Day If you own a pressure cooker or microwave oven, use it to reduce the cooking time. You'll save electricity and stay more comfortable by reducing the heat buildup in the kitchen. THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS WILL BE holding their First Degree Initiation on Sunday, April 17, at 3 p.m. at the GTMO Swingers square dance hall. All knights are requested to arrive at 2:30 p.m. THE VILLAMAR SWIMMING POOL HAS BEEN closed indefinitely due to mechanical problems. ATTENTION MASONS: Monday, April 18, at 5 p.m. there will be a practice of the degree team for Wednesday night. All members are asked to attend. 9HE Chapel Notes HE PWOC IS HOSTING A SPIRITUAL Retreat for all ladies of the community on April 18 and 19 from 8:30 a.m. -1 p.m. at Cable Beach. Bring a bag lunch, folding chair, Bible and notebook. Mrs. Eleanor Turnbull from the Baptist Haiti Mission will take part in the program. Coffee and iced tea will be furnished. THE REVEREND WALLACE TURNBULL WILL be the Guest Speaker during the Protestant morning worship service at 11 a.m. and the evening "Country Church" service at 6:30 p.m. this Sunday. Wallace and Eleanor Turnbull are well known to us as the Missionaries serving the Haiti Baptist Mission located in the mountains outside Port-Au-Prince. A Council Dish Dinner will be held at 5 p.m. on the Chapel Patio honoring the Turnbulls, that we may welcome them personally to GTHO and become better acquainted. Bring food for your family plus one, and join the fellowship. (UPI)--The American Jewish Committee says it's recalling its representative to Poland's commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Warsaw ghetto uprising. At issue is the participation of the Palestine Liberation Organization in the ceremonies. The PLO is committed to the destruction of the state of Israel. BONN (UPI)--West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl meets with President Reagan at the White House this morning where the two are expected to exchange views on global security and economic issues. Kohl, who arrived last night in Washington, heads a coalition government that strongly supports American nuclear policies despite a vocal peace movement at home. PITTSBURGH (UPI)--Two armed inmates held a guard and a prison employee hostage at a maxium-security jail in Pittsburgh for a second day today. Officials at the Western Penitentiary on the city's north side say progress is impaired by the fact that the two men are making no demands. The hostages were reported unhurt late last night. A SPECIAL SERVICES FLEA MARKET WILL be held on Sunday, April 17, at McCalla Hangar from 12:30 p.m. until all merchandise is sold. No one wil be allowed to set up prior to Noon. There will be two sizes of booths to choose from, all inside the hangar; large booths (20x20) for $3.00 and small booths (10x20) for $2.00. You must supply your own tables. Anyone wishing to rent a space may do so by coming by the Special Services Office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or by going to booth #1 the day of the Flea Market. Food may be sold only by people with written permission from the Navy Exchange, which must be brought to Special Services when booth is purchased. THE MILITARY AUTO SALES REPRESENTAtive will be at the NEX thru Sunday, April 17. This will be your last chance to order a 1983 car with your regular factory discount -plus an additional rebate of several hundred dollars. THE MARINE CORPS EXCHANGE PROUDLY presents their Mother's Day gift to you: A 15% discount on any 14kt Clark & Clark charms, earrings, necklaces and chains. This sale begins Friday, April 15, and ends Wednesday, April 20. A layaway. plan is available. Club Activities ATTENTION GTMO SWINGERS: THERE will be a special general membership meeting on April 16 at 6:30 p.m. to vote on a proposed amendment to the club by-laws. At 7:30 begins amateur caller night. Help encourage our club members as they try their voices at calling Galley power down DUE TO ANNUAL PM'S ON THE GOLD iIILL Substation the Enlisted Dining Facility will be serving special outdoor barbecue suppers during normal supper hours on: Monday, April 18 Thursday, April 21 Facilities are limited so authorized patrons are asked not to bring guests. (AP)--Iran is accusing the Kuwaiti government of aiding Iraq in the 31-month-old Persian Gulf war. Tehran's Islamic republic news agency says Kuwait allowed an enemy missile attack against Tehran's oil fields to be launched from Kuwaiti coastal waters. But the reprot said Iran will not retaliate. (UPI)--IRS offices around the country were packed with procrastinators trying to get their tax returns in shape by tonight's midnight deadline. Banks also reported heavy business as taxpayers took last-minute advantage of tax breaks offered by individual retirement accounts. (AP)--President Reagan says it's impossible to turn the White House into an employment agency. But he says any time he can help line up a jobless individual with a company that's looking for a worker, he'll do it. (AP)--A senior White House official says President Reagan is thinking about having Secretary of State Shultz pack his bags for the Mideast next week. Among the stops for the proposed trip are Israel and Egypt. Shultz says he'll be "ready to go" when Reagan asks him. (AP)--Witnesses told a House panel yesterday that people who want organ transplants shouldn't have to rely on publicity in order to get help. One former government official says a national system of organ transfer should be set up to make sure those who need transplants get them. (AP)--Lawyers for automaker John De Lorean are once again asking that his $5 million bail be lowered. Exact contents of the motion are being kept secret under a judge's order. (AP)--Texaco executive Kenneth Bishop says he's happy after being freed from 38 days of captivity at the hands of Colombian guerrillas. A relative of Bishop's family paid several hundred thousand dollars in ransom. Navy Relief Help us help We have a solution TE DAILY ,L Cuba EZTTEAZGGuantanamo GAZETTEFriday, April 15, 1983a bulletin board

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Friday, April 15, 1983 Navy Relief Events The Naval Hospital is sponsoring a mud wrestling and tug-o-war contest, Saturday, April 30, at 7:00 p.m. at the Cooper Field baseball field. Both these events are for men and women, in each respective division. Prizes and trophies will be awarded, and plenty of refreshments will be available. The spectator admission is $2, and you will be able to see teams comprised of three men and three women tug their way to victory. For further information, contact Lt. Cmdr.Malinky at 7201/7202. NSGA/Co. L is sponsoring Go-Carts this weekend, on both Saturday and Sunday. The carts will be located between the tennis and racquetball courts, beginning at 10:00 a.m. thru 4:00 p.m. The fee is $1.50 for six laps. For further information, contact CTRC Bryce, at 2152, or CTA3 drzena, at 3215. The Daily Gazette In conjuction with the Navy Relief drive, a powerlifting contest will be held on April 29, at 7:00 p.m. at the Marblehead gym. Competition is open to both men and women, ages 16 years and older. Participants will be required to perform three lifts, the bench press, squat and dead lifts. Entry fee of $5 is required. Entry forms are now available at Marblehead gym and deadline for this event is April 27th. Entry forms and fee will be accepted at Marblehead gym April 25-27, between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. For more information, call Garry Murphy at 3704 AWH. Special Services is now accepting rosters for Intercommand softball. Deadline for rosters will be April 15 at 4:30 p.m. Maximum of (18) players per team. The season will start on or about May 2. c classified Services Experienced flute teacher now offering private lessons. For appointment call 2881 AT. AKAI GX channel reel bl blank t Misc. cost. cycle C Dog pound has six dogs for adoption. conditi They have all their shots and some call 23 are house trained. For information call MS2 Chester at 4105 or 4440 Radioc DWH. A4 Sky Lost and six Lost 162 duc I lost my digital watch at Marblefan en head volleyball court while playing assert in the games Sunday night. If for $55 found please call Patty at 3140 4204 A after 2:30 p.m. Wanted Single solid w Need piston rings for a Puch moped, speaker Wanted as soon as possible. Call stereo anytime at 4390 DWH or 2984 AWH. various Anyone having first hand knowledge cabinet of living and working conditions at NAVSTA, ADAK, please contact me at One cam 4164 DWH or 3223 AWH. old, pa dark hl Good quality scuba gear in good $50; ov condition. Call 2881 AT. in col For Sale and ask Look out Niagra Falls! Here's a '71 For 12'x24' barrel boat for sale. Inneeds o cluded with it is a supply of like nr treated 3/4" ply and enough parts of gas, for two 40 hp Johnson motors. There 2769 AT are also enough of the misc. items needed to make you a complete sailor. Hurry, this deal won't last forever. X-7R bi Asking a paltry $500. Call 2269/ Pioneer 2284 DWH and ask for Don. Grado f -cluded. Chest type freezer, $300; microwave working oven, $350; Oriental room divider three screen, $245; Spanish wooden chandelier, $40; Spanish table lamp One bab with matching hanging lamp,. $70 2945 AN for the pair. Call 3457 AT. '70 Pin Box springs and mattress with frame. four sp All are in good condition. Asking $450 fi $50. Call 2269/2284 DWH and ask '73 Bui for Don. April 2 '70 Ford Maverick, good running tapes, condition, good tires, great gas mileage, recently tuned up, $700 High ch or best offer. Call 2769 AT. $20. C DAILy ENERGY Total Use: $33,019 Target: $30,861 Page 2 Reef Raiders Effective immediately, Reef Raiders' membership is now open to non-scuba divers. In the past, only certified scuba divers could join the diving club, but this change will now allow non-divers to participate in Reef Raiders' social functions, attend meetings, become involved in educational lectures and presentations, and increase your understanding of the mysteries of the ocean. For more information, call 2955 AWH. NBA (AP)--In the NBA, Marques Johnson scored 26 points as the Milwaukee Bucks beat Washington 97-90. The loss dropped the Bullets a game behind New York and a half game behind Atlanta in the race for the final two Eastern Conference playoff berths. Calvin Natt pushed through 24 as Portland routed San Diego 120-83. NHL Buffalo N.Y. Islanders Chicago Edmonton 630D-SS 10" reel to reel, four tape deck plus three 10" ank tapes and four 7 reel apes. Selling at 50% of Also have '75 Honda motorB360T, excellent running on. For more information 55 DWH or 2900 AWH. ontrolled planes for sale: awk w/.049 ducted fan motor -channel radio, $200; Heinkel ted fan jet, 7.5 cc ducted ine w/six-channel radio and d spare parts. $400 or both 0 firm. Call 4351 DWH or H and ask for Dave. bed w/mattress, $40; console ood stereo cabinet w/ s and old fashioned Admiral (needs repair) 5 'x1_', $70; worn dressers and floor s, make offer. Call 2769 AT. el colored rug 12x15, 18 mos. id $150, asking $75; one ue/light blue shag rug, 9x12, al shaped braided rug, brown r, 10x15, $10. Call 4703 AT for Audrey. d Fairlane, good body, engine verhaul, has two G78/15 tires w, fully equipped, full tank $200 or best offer. Call open reel tape deck. Model -directional play/record. turntable model PL-55. our-channel cartridge inOld turntable but in sound order. Tape deck less than onths old. Call 4648 AWH. y crib with mattress. Call H. Asking $40. to, six cylinder engine, eed, good tires, runs good, rm. ,Call 4147/4544 DWH. ck LeSabre, $800. Available 2. Odyssey Game and 11 $125. Call 2426 AT. air, very good condition, all 3715 AT. USAGE Water Condition charlil.i 7 Boston 4 N.Y. Rangers 5 Minnesota 6 Calgary 4 1 2 3 Racquet Club All Racquet Club members are reminded of the clubhouse cleanup Satruday, April 16, from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Bring your mops, brooms, buckets, rags, paint brushes and garden tools lend a hand. The next tournament will be a men's and women's pick-your-partner doubles on April 23-24. Signup now at the clubhouse. Yard Sale Two family yard-sale, from 9:00 a.m. -11:00 a.m., at Center Bargo 1180. Baby clothes, girls clothes, size 0-4 toddler. Call 2885. Yard-sale, Saturday April 16, from 9:00 a.m. to noon, at Granadillo Point. Pease no early bids. Yard-sale on Saturday, April 16th, from 9:00 a.m. till ? Granadillo Circle 83B. Items for sale, clothes, bar, and tables, toys and much more. Yard-sale Saturday, April 16th, from 8:30 a.m. -10:30 a.m. at TK-13. Books, toys, adult clothing, lots of miscellaneous. Pre-packout sale Saturday, April 16th, from 9:00 a.m. to noon at 1230 B Villamar, on 5th street. Table, television game, tape players, finished ceramics, BBQ grill, clothing, car parts, hanging table and much more at low prices. Come on out and see what we've got for you. Pre-packout sale Saturday, April 16th, from 8:00 a.m. until, at 27Z-AVL. Two air conditioners for $250. Garage sale at TK-30 April 16 and 17. Household items, many books, large size ladies clothing, big men's clothing, Xmas decorations and wrap. Begins 9:00 a.m. Yard-sale 1225A-Villamar Saturday April 16 from 9:00 a.m. till ? Children's clothing, car seat, baby crib, books records, movie camera, stroller, picnic table, plants toys.