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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 176 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Monday, September 15, 1986


First couple takes stand against drug use


News of the bay


Ship Trip Availability -- A ship trip is currently scheduled for the ColLnbus Day Weekend, Friday, Sept.
26 through Monday, Sept. 29, to Ocho Rios. Sign-ups should bring R and R paperwork to BPTO no later than Tuesday, September 23, 4:30 p.m.
ROD Training -- Small boating, swimming and diving will be secured September 17, 18 and 19, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. in the vicinity of Phillips Park from Windward Point Lighthouse to buoy 2 to mid-channel.

Cuban And American Friendship Day -- Planning is now in the progress for our next Cuban and American Friendship Day, scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 30, 1987. To make this a successful event, your suggestions are elcome. Submit suggestions with your name and phone pxner to the Public Affairs Office.

Unclaimed Packages -- The Commissary has a lot of unclaimed packages in bags left by various shoppers. Some of these packages have been there since March 11. Unclaimed packages are not normally retained by the Commissary for longer than 30 days. However, present unclaimed packages will be retained until September 25 to give patrons the opportunity to claim. Most packages have names but no phone nuTbers on them.


(UPI) -- President and Mrs. Reagan went on the nation's airwaves last night to discuss the fight against
drugs.
The 19-minute address was a
prelude to a tough federal anti-drug program to be unveiled in Washington today.
The first couple asked Americans, during their joint appearance, to join the fight against drugs. The Reagan's


said drugs are "killing our children." They spoke as
"fellow parents and grandparents" while sitting on a sofa in the White House family quarters.
The address precedes the presentation of a detailed administration anti-drug program calling for a
combination of punitive measures, tougher laws, more aggressive enforcement, and


expanded prevention and treatment.
Reagan made no mention last night of what may be the program's most controversial
element, mandatory drug testing of government employees in sensitive jobs. There have been confirmed reports that as many as one million federal workers may be affected.


Around the globe


Search For Survivors Continues (UPI) -- The search continues for more victims of Saturday's devastating earthquake in the Greek town of Kalamata. The death toll stands at 17, but governent spokesmen fear at least 12 missing people are dead in the rubble.

Senators Urge Retaliation (UPI) -- Two leading senators are urging President Reagan to retaliate against the Soviet Union for their treatment of American reporter Nicholas Daniloff. Senators Richard Lugar of Indiana and Daniel Moynihan of New York want Reagan to cut off subsidized grain sales to the Soviet Union if the Soviets keep Daniloff in Moscow. Daniloff has been charged with spying, but U.S. officials say he was framed.

Cuban Political Prisoners Freed (UPI) -- One Sred Ieventeen political prisoners are expected to
rive in Miami early today on a chartered jet. The group includes many people imprisoned by the Castro government for more than 20 years. The refugees were freed on hananitarian grounds after lengthy negotiations by the Reagan administration and the Roman Catholic church.

Pipe Bomb Explodes In Munich (UPI) -- A pipe bomb exploded early Monday in Munich, West Germany. Police say there were no injuries, and have blamed leftist terrorists. The bomb heavily damaged an office building containing a "NATO" aircraft contractor.

Salvadoran Rebels Call Off Talks (UPI) -Salvadoran rebels have called off scheduled peace talks with the U.S. backed government. The talks were to start Friday in a town on the Salvadoran coast, but the rebels announced Sunday that they are pulling out because of what they call the "government's intransigence" toward rebel demands. The two sides Sailed during weekend meetings in Panama City to agree
security measures for rebel negotiators, who wanted government troops withdrawn from areas surrounding the site of the talks.

Flooding In Michigan (UPI) -- Flooding called the worst in Michigan history could become worse today. The
weather forecast calls for more rain. Six people have been killed by floodwaters in Michigan.

Inside.


Page Page
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Leeward Galley's Improved Look Cookie Crumbles Revised School Bus Schedule The Saler
Sunday's Football Scores


Service with a smile -- The Leeward for yourself. Galley is sporting a new look. Go and see (Photo by JOl St


Travel restrictions to France


(UPI) -- Visiting France got tougher yesterday as the French government imposed new travel restrictions designed to fight a wave of terrorist attacks that killed two people in the past week.
The tenth terrorist
incident in Paris in as many days occurred yesterday at a restaurant on the famous Champs-Elysee. Police say one officer was killed and two other people were seriously


wounded as they carried the bomb into an underground parking garage.
The blast took place less
than an hour before Prime Minister Jacques Chirac went on national radio to announce the security measures.
Chirac says travelers to France will be required to obtain visas before they can enter the country beginning today.


XCaptain's Hotline


Inquiry: I read about the contaminated Diet Cokes in the newspaper. I asked about getting a refund from the Mini-mart and no one knew anything about it. Can we get a refund?
Response: We checked the inventory records and our base did not receive any of the contaminated Diet Coke. If you desire to receive a refund anyway, the Navy Exchange will be happy to return your money for unopened products.

Inquiry: Can a Mail Box be installed in or near the Jamaican Barracks areas?
Response: We have installed a new mail box in front of the base library. I hope this will help. If you have any
further questions regarding the mail, please feel free to contact the Post Office, 2369.


Inquiry: Is it possible to get flights in here from Jacksonville?
Response: There are no regularly scheduled flight between here and Jacksonville. When we receive
information of a flight to Jacksonville it is published on the TV and at BPTO. All
travel for such flights is Space "A" only. If you need more information, please call BPTO, 4901 or 4278.

Inquiry: When the CPO Club was closed for renovation,
the employees were told they had to take leave or sit out and not work. Is this right? Response: When the CPO Club was closed, the employees were offered the opportunity
to work within the club system or to take leave. The option to work or not was
left up to each club employee.


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Aquino travels
to U.S., seeking
financial aid
(UPI) -- Philippine President Corazon Aquino is on her way to the United States to try to ease her nation's financial problems.
The Philippines has a $26 billion foreign debt, severe poverty, high
unemployment and Communist insurgency.
Aquino will meet
International Monetary Fund and World Bank officials tomorrow, with President Reagan on Wednesday, and address a joint session of
Congress Thursday. After that, she will go to New York for talks with creditor banks aimed at easing repayment terms and attracting fresh investment.
Aquino has dismissed rumors of a coup attempt while she is out of the country. She says many problems will not be solved if she stays in Manila.
Newsweek magazine says
former Philippine President. Ferdinand Marcos is behind an effort to oust Aquino.
Newsweek says Marcop loyalists are, at his behest, smuggling cash into
t te,'Phillippines through a network of Moslem politicians and warlords in a campaign to unseat AqtLno. Marcos denied the
allegation in an interview with the magazine.


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Officers Hail and Farewell -- It's Hawaiian Night at the Deer Point Officer's Club, Saturday, Sept. 20. Cocktails will be served at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 per person, available from your committee
representative or at the register in the COMO Seaside Room. Tickets sold at the door will be $10 per person, and only 25 tickets will be available, so please buy early. For table reservations, call 2132.

Home Buyers Seminar -- Is buying a home in your future plans? A three-session program will be offered Thursdays, beginning Sept. 18, 7 - 9:30 p.m. The instructors are Candie Haberman and Pat Henson. Call the Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153, to register for this free program.

CPO Hail and Recognition -- Saturday, Sept. 20, CPOs and their civilian equivalents will be recognizing the newly-initiated chiefs. Cocktails and light hors d'oeuvres will be served at 6 p.m., dinner begins at 7 p.m. Dancing follows the "One Bell" ceremony at 8:30 and the cake cutting at 9 p.m. Tickets are available from YNC Park, 4366 or 4453, at a cost of $15 per person. Advance ticket sales only.

Computer Users Group -- All interested persons are ,invited to an organizational meeting of the new Guantanamo Bay Computer Users' Group, which will be held at the Barrel Club, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 7 - 9 p.m. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss formalization of the user's group and plans for producing a recreational computer bulletin board. No dues or membership fees. Join now. For more
information, call Tom Steward, 4435, or Jeannie Otto, 3719.

CPO Facilities Closures -- Due to the CPO Initiation, Tuesday, Sept. 16, the CPO Club will be closed for Bingo. Additionally, the CPO Pool will he closed as well. The pool will be open Monday, Sept. 15.

Inflation Fighter -- The inflation fighter at the Stoplight Inn and the Kountry Kitchen for the week Sept. 15 - 19, will be grilled cheese with french fries, only 99 cents.

Welcome Coffee -- The Guantanamo Bay Officers Wives Club cordially invites all members and eligible members
to a "Welcome Coffee," Wednesday, Sept. 17, 7 p.m., on the COMO Club Patio. For information and reservations, contact Barbara Gaudi, 3815 or Rita Russell, 2432.
CPO Spouses -- There will be a meeting of the Guantanamo Bay CPO Spouses Organization, Thursday, Sept. 18, 7 p.m., at the CPO Club. This will be an election meeting for the new fiscal year. Come and
voice your vote. All CPO spouses are welcome to attend. For more information, call Barb Brooks, 4126 DWH, 2608 AWH.

Reflex Photo Club -- There will be a meeting of the Reflex Photo Club, today, Sept. 15, 7 p.m., at Hobbyland. All members should attend to pay dues and plan for upcoming events. Members not attending must call Mike LaMendola, 2872 DWH, 2919 AWH, to verify
current member status. Non-members are welcome.

Dinner Theater -- The CPO Club is responding to your requests for another Dinner Theater. A Baker's Play by Dennis Snee will be performed Monday, Sept. 29. "The Count Will Rise Again" has Count Dracula in a southern plantation surrounded by many colorful characters. The
laughs start at 8 p.m. For table reservations and menu information, call 2501. For play information, call Cookie, 3637 AWH.
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Capt. John Condon, USN ................Cammander,
Lt. Bob Hines, USN ....................... Public
JOC Gary Smith, USN.............Assistant Public
JOl Stacey Byington, USN ........................
J03 TeriThomas, USN ............................
SN Kim Fields, USN ..............................
JOSA Juan Gaona, USN .......................


U.S. Naval Base Affairs Officer Affairs Officer Managing itor
Staff Assistant Staff Assistant Staff Assistant


The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on goverrnent equicment, at the NavyPublications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are ont to be construed as official, or as the official-views of the Navy _Department or Commander, U.S. Naval Base. The Public Affairs Offico is on the first floor of Building 760 (Admin Hill). If you need assistance, please call us at 4819 or 4502.


Improved look -- The crew of the Leeward Point Galley, in an effort to better please their customers, has improved the outside


The Leeward

By JO1 Stacey Byington


"Service with a smile," is the motto for the Leeward Point Galley.
Improving on their motto, in an effort to let galley patrons and the residents of Leeward Point know they care, the staff of the Leeward Galley has made some cosmetic changes, both inside and out.
The most notable change is the improved look outside. A 'tiger team,' working on their own time, on weekends, and during off-peak hours at the galley, trimmed shrubbery, cut grass, and generally spruced up the grounds around the galley.
"It's still not finished," said MS1 Edwin Morales, one of the 'tiger team.' "We also have plans in the works to build a cabana and a bridgelike structure across the gully to the road."
MSCM Roger Tadalan, formerly the leading chief of the Leeward Point Galley, said, "The crew at the galley wanted to do something to show the residents here and the people eating in the galley that we really do care."
He said that the project took about one month to complete with almost all hands chipping in at one time or another.
"We could not have done it though, without the support
of Capt. Condon, the Leeward Point Public Works Department, Cmdr. Siegal and Chief Warrant Officer Van Londen, the base supply and food services officers, respectively," said MS1 George Arana.
The 'tiger team' working on the galley improvement project included MS1 Edwin Morales, MS1 George Arana, EW2 William Bowen, MS2 Edward Battles, MS3 Christopher Brownrigg, MSSN James Moreland, and MSSA Keith Wilkerson. But not to slight anyone else who contributed, "It was an all hands evolution," said MSCM Tadalan. "At some point during the month-long project, almost all of the 19 military and 14 civilians assigned to the Leeward Galley, put some effort in the self-improvement projects ."
"People have noticed the new improvements," said Morales. They know that we do care, and we want to please the customers."


appearance of the Stacey Byington)


Galley. (Photo by JOI


Galley, a better place to eat

The Leeward Point Galley is everyone. There are open from 5:30 - 7:30 a.m. special menus, including for breakfast; 10:30 a.m. - steak and lobster from time
12:30 p.m. for lunch; and to time.
.from 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. for If you are on the Leeward dinner, side, whether for business or The menus at the galley are pleasure, stop into the
cycled every five weeks, galley and see for yourself, giving balanced meals for "Service with a smile."




Cookie 0t4t'b les
By Cookie Johnson


Our Inaugural exploits continue.
Upon reaching the lobby of
the hotel, my husband firmly told me to stop waving like the queen.
More concerned over me, he caught his tails in the door. I held back my laughter and whispered to him, "Maybe you will make the history books
yet." Not amused, he found our spot then left me there while he went for a drink.
Looking around I could not
spot any of our friends, but noticed the lady next to me.
She was alone and having trouble taking off her jacket. I was moving over to assist, when her pearl
necklace broke. Luckily they were knotted, allowing only one large pearl to roll out
of sight.
I volunteered to help search and we both began looking. We worked our way
around the Presidential box and were noticed not only by the camera crew, but by the Secret Service.
Realizing the only way to accomplish our mission, we
both went down onto our knees. Success. We found the pearl.
Right at that moment a couple approached and the man was kidding us. The lady with
pearls in hand stood and said, "I'd like you to meet some friends."
As I stood up to meet her friends, I felt like shouting, "No introductions needed." She continued, "This
is Governor Rona]d Reagan and his wife Nancy." Art Linkletter then approached as my husband's eyes met mine.
He did an abrupt stop and started mumbling, "I only
left Cookie alone a few minutes. How does she do it?" Chattering quickly I tried to share my story with my husband. He just gave me a drink and turned around.


"I'm going to get me another drink. Do not move." he commanded. That was easy, I would entertain myself by watching the TV camera crew. It was the first time I had seen a TV crew all dressed in tuxedos, they looked strange.
There was one man who was undoubtedly looking for something. He was an easy target
to watch since he and the entire crew were on a
platform.
I took a break from people watching and took a sip of my drink. Then I noticed, right there in the bottom of my glass was a button. Realizing it had not been th earlier, I looked up agai* the TV cameraman.
Our eyes met, I pulled the button up with two fingers,
and asked him, "Is this what you're looking for?" He nodded yes then spoke into
his head mike, "You will not believe here it landed."
He continued, "Allow me to buy you a fresh drink." My husband was approaching mumbling again, "I can't believe what Cookie can get
into in a few short minutes or the rest of the night."
I'm sure the cameraman felt he was doing me a favor by
keeping us on camera all the time. Little did he know that the red light on and faci
us made me whisper intoI husband's ear, "Don' tyo dare scratch, don't pick your nose, don' t...."
At the same tine my husband
was mumbling, "I wonder just how much of the evening events will make the history books."


Cookie Johnson is a comic
writer for the Daily Gazette. The opinions sne-expresses
are not necessarily those of the Commanding Officer or of the Departnent of the Navy.


2 Daily Gazette Monday, September 15, 1986













Revised


SCHOOL BUS SCHEDULE


BUS ROUTE NO. I


High School
Nob Hill Villamar (6th St.) (Qrts. 606) Caravella Circle Caravella Point
High School

mentary School
Hill
Day Care Center (Kindergarten A.M. Only)
Elementary School Day Care Center

BUS ROUW High School
Tierra Kay High School


BUS ROUTE NO. 6


TO FROM
7:00 a.m. 2:49 p.m. 7:04 a.m. 2L46 p.m.

7:07 a.m. 2:42 p.m. 7:09 a.m. 2:41 p.m. 7:16 a.m. 2:35 p.m.


7:30 a.m.
7:35 a.m.

7:40 a.m. TE NO. 2

7:00 a.m.
7:14 a.m.


Elementary School
Radio Range 7:20 a.m. Tierra Kay 7:26 a.m. (Including Kindergarten A.M.) Elementary School 7:40 a.m.

BUS ROUTE NO. 3 High School
Tierra Kay 7:00 a.m. .hSchool 7:15 a.m.

Rmentary School
(Including Kindergarten A.M. to School Kindergarten P.M. from School) Tierra Kay 7:25 a.m. Elementary School 7:40 a.m. Bus Stop (Qtrs. 70)


High School
Tierra Kay High School


High School
Granadillo Circle Granadillo Point Bargo
High School


6:52 a.m. 6:56 a.m. 7:03 a.m. 7:11 a.m.


Elementary School Granadillo Point 7:31 a.m. (Including Kindergarten A.M.)


2:30 p.m.

High School
2:05 p.m. Admin Hill 2:10 p.m. Oil Point
Corinaso Point
Ocean View High School 2:35 p.m.


BUS ROUTE NO. 7


7:05 a.m. 7:07 a.m.
7:10 a.m. 7:12 a.m.
7:18 a.m.


2:53 p.m. 2:58 p.m. 2:48 p.m. 2:35 p.m.


2:05 p.m. 2:11 p.m.



2:40 p.m. 2:45 p.m. 2:48 p.m.
2:50 p.m. 2:35 p.m.


2:25 p.m. Elementary School
(Including Kindergarten A.M. to School and
Kindergarten P.M. from School)
Kittery Beach 7:25 a.m. 2:14 2:15 p.m. Iguana Terrace 7:30 a.r. 2:12


2:05 p.m. (Kindergarten AM Only)
Marine Site (Qrts. M130) Marina Point 2:30 p.m. (Qrts. 323) 2:30 p.m. Elementary School


2:15 p.m. 2:05 p.m.


BUS ROUTE NO. 4

7:00 a.m. 2:40 p.m.
7:15 a.m. 2:30 p.m.


Elementary School
(Including Kindergarten A.M. to School Kindergarten P.M. from School) Tierra Kay 7:20 a.m. Elementary School 7:30 a.m.


High School
Kittery Beach Iguana Terrace High School


BUS ROUTE NO. 5

7:00 a.m.
7:05 a.m.
7:10 a.m.


Elementary School
(Including Kindergarten A.M. Only) Oil Point 7:15 a.m. Corinaso Point 7:19 a.m. Ocean View 7:24 a.m. Gas Hill 7:28 a.m. Electrical Trades 7:32 a.m. Radio and Paola Point 7:34 a.m. Cuban Trailer Park 7:36 a.m. Evans Point 7:38 a.m. Mobile Point 7:39 a.m. Elementary School 7:42 a.m.
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BUS ROUTE NO. 9 LEEWARD POINT and To High School, Elementary and Kindergarten A.M.
2: 10 p.m. Students shall be picked up starting at 2:05 p.m. approximately 6:00 a.m. until the bus reaches
the Leeward Point Ferry Landing at 6:55 a.m. All
students are picked up along a single,
pre-designated route.


2:54 p.m. 2:49 p.m. 2:44 p.m.


2:44 2:34 2:29 2:25 2:22 2:18 2:14 2:12 2:09 2:05


Arrive: Windward Side High School Eleentary School


7:25 a.m. 7: 30 a.m. 7:40 a.m.


From Elementary School and High School
Leave: Elementary School 2:05 p.m. Leave: High School 2:20 p.m. Arrive: Windward Ferry Landing 2:28 p.m. Arrive: Leeward Side 3:00 p.m. Students are then transported hone.


4 p.m. 2 p.m.


7:34 a.m.

7:36 a.m. 7:40 a.m.


BUS ROUTE NO. 10 LEEWARD POINT
Leeward Point Kindergarten
Students shall be picked up at the Elementary School with the Carryall Van at 10:10 a.m.

Arrive: Windward Ferry Landing 10:25 a.m. Arrive: Leeward Side 11:00 a.m.

Students are then transported home.

BUS ROUTE NO. 11
From Elementary School, Kindergarten A.M.


Elanentary School Caravella Circle Caravella Point
Bargo
Day Care Center Granadillo Circle Granadillo Point Nob Hill


10:20 a.m. 10:22 a.m. 10:24 a.m. 10:29 a.m. 10:33 a.m. 10:35 a.m.
10:38 a.m. 10:41 a.m.

10:43 a.m.


Villamar


To Elementary School, Kindergarten P.M.


Day Care Center Granadillo Circle Granadillo Point
Nob Hill Villamar Center Bargo Caravella Circle Caravella Point
Elementary School


10:50 a.m. 10:53 a.m. 10:56 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:04 a.m. 11:08 a.m. 11:11 a.m. 11:13 a.m. 11:15 a.m.


BUS ROUTE NO. 12
From Elementary School, Kindergarten A.M.
Children for Kindergarten P.M. will be picked up when Kindergarten A.M. children are dropped off. Elemnentary School 10:20a.m. Marina Point 10:25 a.m. Marine Site 10:29 a.m. Evans Point 10:34 a.m. Trailer Park 10:39 a.m. Paola and Radio Point 10:43 a.m. Corinaso Point 10:48 a.m. Ocean View 10:53 a.m. Iguana Terrace 11:01 a.m. Tierra Kay 11:05 a.m. Kittery Beach 11:07 a.m. Elementary School 11:14 a.m.

BUS ROUTE NO. 13


High School
Villamar
(1st St. Qtrs. 94, 1229) Villamar
(6th St. Qtrs. 275, 606)

Elementary School
Vi llamar
(1st St. Qtrs. 94, 1229)
Elementary School


7:00 a.m. 2:45 p.m.


7:15 a.m.


2:30 p.m.


7:25 a.m. 2:15 p.m. 7:38 a.m. 2:05 p.m.


1. Students should report to the bus stop no more than 10 minutes prior to the scheduled pick-up time and should immediately return to their homes after departing from the bus.
2. Food or drinks are not to be consumed at the bus stops or on the buses.
AtStudents will #uctthemselves at the bus stop and on the bus in an orderly, considerate manner.
4. After the bus has come to a complete stop, students will board in an orderly manner moving directly to a seat and remain seated until the bus has reached their departure point.
5. Students are requested to talk quietly and in a


normal tone while
riding the bus, and conversation with the drivers will be kept
to a minimum while the bus is in motion.
6. There will be no
transistor radios, knives, or other sharp instruments transported on the buses.
7. Students are to obey the instructions of the bus driver and/
or bus monitor at all times.
8. Bus stops in
housing areas are determined by base
authorities and buses will stop only at
authorized locations. Any inquiries
regarding bus stop locations, bus drivers, bus routes, etc., should be brought to the attention of the PWD Motor Pool.


Designated Elementary Bus Stops
for "86/'87 School Year
All Kindergarten students will ride bus to and from school.
Housing Areas Bus Stop Qtrs. No.
Corinaso Point CP 14 and 61 Cuban Trailer Park CTP 15 Granadillo Point GP 17 and 08 Iguana Terrace IT 385 Kittery Beach KB 364 - 373 Mobile Point MP 396 Ocean View OV 4 Oil Point OP 16 Nob Hill NH 51 Radio Point/Paola Point RP 728 Evans Point EP 722 Tierra Kay TK 17, 70, 131 Gas Hill TPG I Villamar ist St. 94, 1229 Radio Range RR 5

All Elementary School students living in the below housing areas will walk to school.
Bargo (Center, West and East) Villamar (2nd through 6th Sts.) Marine Site
Caravella Circle
Granadillo Circle
Marina Point
Caravella Point


Designated High School Bus Stops
for "86/887 School Year


Housing Areas
Bargo (Center, West, East) Caravella Point Caravella Circle Corinaso Point Granadillo Point Granadillo Circle Kittery Beach Marina Point Nob Hill Gas Hill Ocean View Tierra Kay
Villamar Vi Ilamar


Bus Stop Qtrs. No.
CB 1175, 1197
CP 15 CC 3
CP 14 and 61
GP 17, 05 m 77 KB 364 and 373 MP 323 NH 51
TPG 1
OV 4
TK 17, 70, 131 1st St. 94, 1229
6th St. 275, 606


All High School students living in the below housing areas will walk to school.

Paola Point Evans Point
Mobile Point Iguana Terrace Radio Point Marine Site
Cuban Trailer Park Deer Point


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AUTOS V
'70 Chevy Blazer 4x4, 307,
automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, new tires, $1,250. Call 4954 DWH.

'65 MG Convertible, black with wire wheels. Too many
new parts to list. Can be seen at ferry landing, $2,500. Call 4790 AWH.

'68 Chrysler. Good body and interior, very dependable. Can be seen at ferry landing, $800. Call 4790 AWH.

'67 Corvair Monza 600. Car collector's dream. Two-door hardtop, six cylinder, four speed. Needs left rear strut rod bushAing, $400. Call 2847 AT.

'80 Camaro. Black, runs great. Automatic, tilt steering, AM/FM cassette with equalizer, two new tires, rear window louvers, $3,200 or best offer. Call 3715 AT.

'78 Volkswagon Rabbit. Air conditioning, $1,000. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m.

'84 Ford Escort. 26,000 miles, great condition, $4,500 or best offer. Call Paula, 2560, 2249 DWH, or 2856 AWH.

'71 Ford LTD. Runs, but needs work, $100. Call 4645 DWH, B302 "C" complex AWH.

'73 LTD Wagon. New, re-built transmission, power steering, power brakes, just inspected in August, $1,000. Call 4180.

'70 International 3/4-ton pickup. Heavy duty with overload springs, $1,000. Call 4180.

'64 Barracuda with push-button transmission. Body work completed, have original paint, $1,000. Call 4180.

'79 Chevy Monza hatchback. V-6 engine, four-speed. Very dependable, $1,500 or best offer. Call Bart, 4698, after
6 p.m. AT.

'69 Mustang Fastback. Restored 85 - 90 percent, new 302 engine with 3/4 cam, headers and 600 CFM Holley. Too many new parts to list, $4,000. Call Randy, 4954, 4882 LWH, 4581 AWH.

'72 Plymouth V-8. One owner since new, $1,200. Call Randy 4954, 4882 DWH, 4581 AWH.

'72 International Harvester
V8, $800. Call Randy, 4954, 4882 DWH, 4581 AWH.

'72 Ford pickup with flat bed. Good condition, $1,700. Can be seen at ferry landing.
Call Monte, 4493 after 10 p.m.

'79 Ford Fairlane. Two-door, with sunroof, $1,300 or best offer. Call 2723 AT.

'70 Pontiac. Good condition,


Submit on 8 1/2fXll"
sheet of paper. Must be signed and have a
phone number. Bring to PAO Office, Bldg.
760, Admin Hill.
Phone 4502 or 4819.


engine, transmission good. Spare parts, $600. Call 2860 DWH, 3847 AWH.

'75 Ford Pinto. Two-door, four cylinder, green. In good condition with four new tires, $1,000 negotiable. Can be seen at ferry landing. Call 4784 AWH.

'73 Plymouth, $500. Come to AV 89, rm. 22, ferry landing, after 5 p.m.

'80 Dodge Omni. White with red interior, four cylinder, four-speed, power steering, power brakes, a/c, 43,000 miles, $2,500. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH.

'64 Chevy Impala. Two-tone blue, white, two-door, V-8 engine, automatic with auto shift. Goodyear Eagle ST radial tires less than one
year old. Good condition, power steering. A classic, $2,000 negotiable. Call 3142 AT.

'75 Vega, $600. Call Ted, 4954 AT.
MOTORCYCLES
'80 Yamaha XS650SG. New
tires, exhaust, $700. Call 4954 DWH.

'83 Nighthawk 450 with windshield and luggage rack. Very low Guantanamo miles. Call PO
John Taylor, 4702 DWH, 2827 AWH.

'83 Honda 750 Shadow. 7,000 miles, new tires, brakes,
ignition. Other new parts, two brand new helmets, never been used. Many extras, $1,350. Call Buck, 4954 DWH, 4651 AWH.

'83 Yamaha 750 Maxima. Black,
excellent condition, 11,000 miles. Comes with protection cover and black Bell full-face helmet, $2,300 firm. Call Tony, 6414 DWH, 3531 AWH.
BOATS
Bass boat, 15', 48HP Mariner engine, new carpet, new steering, new Sears cover, new Sears trolling motor, on trailer, $2,500. Call 4180

Boston whaler, 13.5' with
35HP Evinrude engine. With trailer, has current safety inspection, $1,500. C41 4882 DWH, 4363 AWH.

Sportcraft 18' Cathedral hull with trailer, '85 Yamaha outboard motor, lI5HP.
Includes safety gear and VHF radio. Call 2827 AWH.
AIR CONDITIONERS
Two for sale, both in excellent condition. 20,800 BTU, 2 1/2 years old with energy
saver, $300. 5,000 BTU, less than one year old, $250. Will sell both for $500. Call 3571
AWH. Will be available Sept. 25.

Two Fedders 11,000 BTU. Available Oct. 3, $150 each. Very good condition. Call 3361 AT.
APPLIANCES
GE refrigerator. One year


old, frost-free, $200. Call Ted 4954 AT.

Amana microwave, just inspected, $175. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH.

Refrigerator. (Small, good condition, perfect for barracks, $100. Call Buck, 4954 DWH, 4651 AWH.

'Refrigerator, green, $75. Call Bart, 4698, anytime after 6 p.m.

Refrigerator/freezer, $300. See Ira, AV 89, Rm. 22, ferry landing, after 5 p.m.

Westinghouse washer for parts. Bad water seals and gaskets around tub and pump. Motor, transmission, and
electrical all good, $50. Call 2160 AWH.

Whirlpool washer and dryer, $75. Call 4493 between 3 and
9 p.m.

Whirlpool no frost, side-byside refrigerator, 26.5 cu. ft. Has automatic ice and water dispenser, $700. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m.

Whirlpool washer, $250. Whirlpool dryer, $200. Whirlpool dishwasher with
butcher block top, $250. All three years old. Excellent condition, available Sept. 21. Call 4536 DWH, 4464 AWH.

Two Whirlpool side-by-side refrigerators with ice makers, one with water and ice. One five years old, one one year old. Both in excellent condition, $800 each negotiable. Call Lou, 4479 [WJH, 4895 AWH.

Freezer, 27.5 cu. ft. Upright, very good condition,
$450, or best offer. Call 3361 AT.

Washer, very good condition,
$175. Available Oct. 3. Call 3361 AT.

Freezer, chest-type, good for bait, $50. Call 4180.
FURNITURE
Waterbed, super single, $100.
Call Buck, 4954 DWH, 4651 AWH.

White provincial bedroom group, $200. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH.

Brown sofa, good condition, $50. Call 3575 AT.

Bassinet with hood, two liners, hood cover, sheets.
Good condition, $20. J.C. Penny swinging bassinet and baby swing with music box. Like new, $20. Wooden cradle with stand, bumper pad,
sheets, $15. Call Rose, 2288 UWH, 3140 AWH.

Sealy queen-size bed, firm, $250. Call 4493 between 3 and
9 p.m.

Two love seats and one couch, $100. Call 2723 AT.

Teak dining room table and six chairs, $500. Call 2723 AT.
TVS
Black and white, 13", $50. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH.

Zenith console color, 25", $300. See Ira, AV 89, rm. 22, ferry landing, after 5 p.m.

13" color TV, $30. Call Bart, 4698, after 6 p.m.

Sony remote control, $250. Call Mike Lane, 4493, between
3 and 9 p.m.
STEREO EQUIPMENT
Lasonic portable AM/FM cassette player with detachable speakers, $75.


Call 4790 AWH.

Yamaha Class "A" stereo,
$2,000. Call Mike Lane, 4493, between 3 and 9 p.m.
DIVE GEAR
Seaquest BC. Paid $160, asking $80. Two dive tanks, $80 for one, $60 for other, both for $125. Call Monte, 4493 after 10 p.m.

Complete set of dive gear, includes wet suit, Seaquest ADV-BC, Mares regulator with Sherwood Octopus and Dacor three-instrument console, 80
cu. ft. aluminum tank, two Tri-view masks, three pair
fins, weight belt with plastic- covered weights. Also horse collar BC, game bag, two underwater lights, gear bag, booties, size 11. Many other incidentals. Take
all for $600. Original purchase price, $1,200 one year ago. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH.

Seaquest BC, never used, $200. Call 4493 between 3 and
9 p.m.

Compete set of dive gear, all Dacor. Small BC, one hose regulator, depth gauge, pressure gauge, tank, fins, snorkel, mask, gloves. All brand new, $525. Woman's wet suit, long, zippered, ankles, $50. For more information, call 2128.
BICYCLES
Boy's Huffy dirt bike. Good condition, $45. Call 3361 AT.

Nishiki 15-speed, Shimano hubs, Unimega harnessed pedals. In good condition, $200. Call Monte, 4493 after 10 p.m.

Ladies 27" 10-speed. Brand new, paid $200, asking $150. Call Bart, 4698, after 6 p.m.
MISCELLANEOUS
Olympic barbell and weights, 285 lbs, $200. Call 4493
between 3 and 9 p.m.

Six each, excellent
condition, pro-type tennis racquets with new white, Adidas tennis bag, 18 new and used tennis balls, six pair, various color wrist bands, $100. Call Lou, 4479 DWH,
4895 AWH.

Outfit for Navy Ball. Tuxedo, complete with white dinner
jacket, matching shirt, cummerbund, suspenders, white gloves. Both jackets, size 40, pants size 32-33 waist, 32 length. All for only $200.
Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH.

Men's clothing, all styles
and colors. Shirts medium to large, dress pants and jeans, waist 32-35, length 30-32. Three-piece suits. Some items new, all in excellent
condition. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH.

Weights and bench, 110 lbs., $60. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH.

Smith-Corona 2200 typewriter, like new, all manuals, $100. Call 3808 after 2 p.m.

Baby high chair with tray, stores easily. Excellent condition, $15. Call 4901 DWH, 2593 AWH.


4 Daily Gazette Monday, September 15, 1986


Sunday's football scores
Bengals, 36 -- Bills, 33 Browns, 23 -- Oilers, 20 Cowboys, 31 -- Lions, 7
Saints, 24 -- Packers, 10 Redskins, 10 -- Raiders, 6
Bears, 13 -- Eagles, 10
Falcons, 33 -- Cardinals, 13
Giants, 20 -- Chargers, 7
Rams, 16 -- 49ers, 13
Vikings, 23 -- Buccaneers, 10
Dolphins, 30 -- Colts, 10
Seashawks, 23 -- Chiefs, 17


Aria Pro II RS series.
electrical guitar. Perfect condition with case and strings, $250. Call 4790 AWH.

18 cans of 104 Octane Booster, $5 per can. Call 4790 AWH.

Black and Decker hedge trimmer, and Weed Eater. Both for $50. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m.

Boy's large (14-16) winter
coat. Parka-style with hood, worn two months, in top condition, $45. Call 4180 AT*

Baby items. Crib with mattress, swing, bath tub, potty chair, changing table, and baby carrier for bicycle. All items in excellent condition. Call 2638 AWH.

Rubber raft with four oars.
Seats four. Very good condition, $35 or best offer. Call 3361 AT.

Plants, three for $1, 50 cents and up. Miscellaneous, U.S. coins, old bottles, 50 cents and up. Boots, $7. Gold charms, $15. Call 4968 AWH.

Boogieboard, suitable for 8year-old, $5. Call 3361 AT. 0

Sharp VCR (new), paid $292, will sell for $240. Casiotone
CT-320 electronic keyboard. Great fun for the family, $145. Three lovely Italian paintings in beautiful frames, $40 each. Firmflex
body machine and weights, $35. Weight bench, 200 lbs.
weight and other accessories, $60. Call 3405 AT.
----------------------Electric ice cream freezer, $10. Eureka cannister vacuum cleaner with attachments, $20. One new set bf Harvard Classics, $15. Call 4223 AWH.
LOST
Set of three-connected key
rings with Garfield, a daisy and shell with assorted keys attached. Call 2722 AT.
FOUND
One set of keys outside Bldg.
760. They go to security Friday, Sept. 19. Call 4502 DWH.
WANTED
Carpets. 12x18, good quality and good condition. Neutral colors, light brown and beige. Call 2777 after 7 p.m.
Call Jan at 4402 DWH.

Glass for picture frames. One eighth-inch thickness by ani dimension. Will pay reason able price. Call 2912 AWH.

Looking for boat accessories.
VHF radio with antenna, AM/FM cassette, speakers, boarding ladder. Will trade or pay, call 4373 EWH, 2593 AWH.

Windshield for a '67, '68 Camaro or Firebird. Call 6169 AT.

Medium-size dog carrier. Call 6366 DWH, 3132 AWH.
SERVICES
House cleaning for final inspection. Will stand the inspection with you. For more
information, call Lynn, 2986.




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sit 1~ Vol. 42 -No. 176 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Monday, September 15, 1986 First couple takes stand against drug use E News of the bay S Ship Trip Availability -A ship trip is currently scheduled for the Columbus Day Weekend, Friday, Sept. 26 through Monday, Sept. 29, to Ocho Rios. Sign-ups should bring R and R paperwork to BPTO no later than Tuesday, September 23, 4:30 p.m. ROD Training -Small boating, swimming and diving will be secured September 17, 18 and 19, 7 a.m. -6 p.m. in the vicinity of Phillips Park from Windward Point Lighthouse to buoy 2 to mid-channel. Cuban And American Friendship Day -Planning is now in the progress for our next Cuban and American Friendship Day, scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 30, 1987. To make this a successful event, your suggestions are welcome. Submit suggestions with your name and phone er to the Public Affairs Office. Unclaimed Packages -The Commissary has a lot of unclaimed packages in bags left by various shoppers. Some of these packages have been there since March 11. Unclaimed packages are not normally retained by the Commissary for longer than 30 days. However, present unclaimed packages will be retained until September 25 to give patrons the opportunity to claim. Most packages have names but no phone numbers on them. Around the globe Search For Survivors Continues (UPI) -The search continues for more victims of Saturday's devastating earthquake in the Greek town of Kalamata. The death toll stands at 17, but government spokesmen fear at least 12 missing people are dead in the rubble. Senators Urge Retaliation (UPI) -Two leading senators are urging President Reagan to retaliate against the Soviet Union for their treatment of American reporter Nicholas Daniloff. Senators Richard Lugar of Indiana and Daniel Moynihan of New York want Reagan to cut off subsidized grain sales to the Soviet Union if the Soviets keep Daniloff in Moscow. Daniloff has been charged with spying, but U.S. officials say he was framed. Cuban Political Prisoners Freed (UPI) -One hundred Seventeen political prisoners are expected to rive in Miami early today on a chartered jet. The group includes many people imprisoned by the Castro government for more than 20 years. The refugees were freed on humanitarian grounds after lengthy negotiations by the Reagan administration and the Roman Catholic church. Pipe Bomb Explodes In Munich (UPI) -A pipe bomb exploded early Monday in Munich, West Germany. Police say there were no injuries, and have blamed leftist terrorists. The bomb heavily damaged an office building containing a "NATO" aircraft contractor. Salvadoran Rebels Call Off Talks (UPI) -Salvadoran rebels have called off scheduled peace talks with the U.S. backed government. The talks were to start Friday in a town on the Salvadoran coast, but the rebels announced Sunday that they are pulling out because of what they call the "government's intransigence" toward rebel demands. The two sides ailed during weekend meetings in Panama City to agree n security measures for rebel negotiators, who wanted government troops withdrawn from areas surrounding the site of the talks. Flooding In Michigan (UPI) -Flooding called the worst in Michigan history could become worse today. The weather forecast calls for more rain. Six people have been killed by floodwaters in Michigan. Inside Page 2 -Leeward Galley's Improved Look Page 2 -Cookie Crumbles Page 3 -Revised School Bus Schedule Page 4 -The Saler Page 4 -Sunday's Football Scores WHMSU (UPI) -President and Mrs. Reagan went on the nation's airwaves last night to discuss the fight against drugs. The 19-minute address was a prelude to a tough federal anti-drug program to be unveiled in Washington today. The first couple asked Americans, during their joint appearance, to join the fight against drugs. The Reagan's said drugs are "killing our children." They spoke as "fellow parents and grandparents" while sitting on a sofa in the White House family quarters. The address precedes the presentation of a detailed administration anti-drug program calling for a combination of punitive measures, tougher laws, more aggressive enforcement, and Service with a smile -The Leeward Galley is sporting a new look. Go and see expanded prevention and treatment. Reagan made no mention last night of what may be the program's most controversial element, mandatory drug testing of government employees in sensitive jobs. There have been confirmed reports that as many as one million federal workers may be affected. for yourself. See the story on page 2. (Photo by JO1 Stacey Byington) Travel restrictions to France (UPI) -Visiting France got tougher yesterday as the French government imposed new travel restrictions designed to fight a wave of terrorist attacks that killed two people in the past week. The tenth terrorist incident in Paris in as many days occurred yesterday at a restaurant on the famous Champs-Elysee. Police say one officer was killed and two other people were seriously wounded as they carried the bomb into an underground parking garage. The blast took place less than an hour before Prime Minister Jacques Chirac went on national radio to announce the security measures. Chirac says travelers to France will be required to obtain visas before they can enter the country beginning today. Captain's Hotline Inquiry: I read about the contaminated Diet Cokes in the newspaper. I asked about getting a refund from the Mini-mart and no one knew anything about it. Can we get a refund? Response: We checked the inventory records and our base did not receive any of the contaminated Diet Coke. If you desire to receive a refund anyway, the Navy Exchange will be happy to return your money for unopened products. Inquiry: Can a Mail Box be installed in or near the Jamaican Barracks areas? Response: We have installed a new mail box in front of the base library. I hope this will help. If you have any further questions regarding the mail, please feel free to contact the Post Office, 2369. Inquiry: Is it possible to get flights in here from Jacksonville? Response: There are no regularly scheduled flight between here and Jacksonville. When we receive information of a flight to Jacksonville it is published on the TV and at BPTO. All travel for such flights is Space "A" only. If you need more information, please call BPTO, 4901 or 4278. Inquiry: When the CPO Club was closed for renovation, the employees were told they had to take leave or sit out and not work. Is this right? Response: When the CPO Club was closed, the employees were offered the opportunity to work within the club system or to take leave. The option to work or not was left up to each club employee. Aquino travels to U.S., seeking financial aid (UPI) -Philippine President Corazon Aquino is on her way to the United States to try to ease her nation's financial problems. The Philippines has a $26 billion foreign debt, severe poverty, high unemployment and Communist insurgency. Aquino will meet International Monetary Fund and World Bank officials tomorrow, with President Reagan on Wednesday, and address a joint session of Congress Thursday. After that, she will go to New York for talks with creditor banks aimed at easing repayment terms and attracting fresh investment. Aquino has dismissed rumors of a coup attempt while she is out of the country. She says many problems will not be solved if she stays in Manila. Newsweek magazine says former Philippine President. Ferdinand Marcos is behind an effort to oust Aquino. Newsweek says Marcos loyalists are, at his babest, smuggling cash into te 'Phillippines through a network of Moslom politicians and warlords in a campaign to unseat Agtfno. Marcos denied the allegation in an interview with the magazine. r i NV ., ,. ;

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Officers Hail and Farewell -It's Hawaiian Night at the Deer Point Officer's Club, Saturday, Sept. 20. Cocktails will be served at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 per person, available from your committee representative or at the register in the COMO Seaside Room. Tickets sold at the door will be $10 per person, and only 25 tickets will be available, so please buy early. For table reservations, call 2132. Home Buyers Seminar -Is buying a home in your future plans? A three-session program will be offered Thursdays, beginning Sept. 18, 7 -9:30 p.m. The instructors are Candie Haberman and Pat Henson. Call the Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153, to register for this free program. CPO Hail and Recognition -Saturday, Sept. 20, CPOs and their civilian equivalents will be recognizing the newly-initiated chiefs. Cocktails and light hors d'oeuvres will be served at 6 p.m., dinner begins at 7 p.m. Dancing follows the "One Bell" ceremony at 8:30 and the cake cutting at 9 p.m. Tickets are available from YNC Park, 4366 or 4453, at a cost of $15 per person. Advance ticket sales only. Computer Users Group -All interested persons are invited to an organizational meeting of the new Guantanamo Bay Computer Users' Group, which will be held at the Barrel Club, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 7 -9 p.m. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss formalization of the user's group and plans for producing a recreational computer bulletin board. No dues or membership fees. Join now. For more information, call Tom Steward, 4435, or Jeannie Otto, 3719. CPO Facilities Closures -Due to the CPO Initiation, Tuesday, Sept. 16, the CPO Club will be closed for Bingo. Additionally, the CPO Pool will be closed as well. The pool will be open Monday, Sept. 15. Inflation Fighter -The inflation fighter at the Stoplight Inn and the Kountry Kitchen for the week Sept. 15 -19, will be grilled cheese with french fries, only 99 cents. Welcome Coffee -The Guantanamo Bay Officers Wives Club cordially invites all members and eligible members to a "Welcome Coffee," Wednesday, Sept. 17, 7 p.m., on the COMO Club Patio. For information and reservations, contact Barbara Gaudi, 3815 or Rita Russell, 2432. CPO Spouses -There will be a meeting of the Guantanamo Bay CPO Spouses Organization, Thursday, Sept. 18, 7 p.m., at the CPO Club. This will be an election meeting for the new fiscal year. Come and voice your vote. All CPO spouses are welcome to attend. For more information, call Barb Brooks, 4126 DWH, 2608 AWH. Reflex Photo Club -There will be a meeting of the Reflex Photo Club, today, Sept. 15, 7 p.m., at Hobbyland. All members should attend to pay dues and plan for upcoming events. Members not attending must call Mike LaMendola, 2872 OWH, 2919 AWH, to verify current member status. Non-members are welcome. Dinner Theater -The CPO Club is responding to your requests for another Dinner Theater. A Baker's Play by Dennis Snee will be performed Monday, Sept. 29. "The Count Will Rise Again" has Count Dracula in a southern plantation surrounded by many colorful characters. The laughs start at 8 p.m. For table reservations and menu information, call 2501. For play information, call Cookie, 3637 AWH. yiy ne p U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN .Commander, Lt. Bob Hines, USN. .Public JCl Gary Smith, USN.Assistant Public J Stey Byirton, USN. J03 TeriThomas,UOEM. SN Ric Fields, USN. JOSA Juan Gaona, USN U.S. Naval Base Affairs Officer Affairs Officer Manaf Assitor Staff Assistant Staff Assistant Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions ard statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Cornander, U.S. Naval Base. The Public Affairs Office is on the first floor of Building 760 (Admin Hill) .If you need assistance, please call us at 4819 or 452. Improved look -The crew of the Leeward Point Galley, in an effort to better please their customers, has improved the outside The Leewardt By JO1 Stacey Byington "Service with a smile," is the motto for the Leeward Point Galley. Improving on their motto, in an effort to let galley patrons and the residents of Leeward Point know they care, the staff of the Leeward Galley has made some cosmetic changes, both inside and out. The most notable change is the improved look outside. A 'tiger team,' working on their own time, on weekends, and during off-peak hours at the galley, trimmed shrubbery, cut grass, and generally spruced up the grounds around the galley. "It's still not finished," said MS1 Edwin Morales, one of the 'tiger team.' "We also have plans in the works to build a cabana and a bridgelike structure across the gully to the road." MSCM Roger Tadalan, formerly the leading chief of the Leeward Point Galley, said, "The crew at the galley wanted to do something to show the residents here and the people eating in the galley that we really do care." He said that the project took about one month to complete with almost all hands chipping in at one time or another. "We could not have done it though, without the support of Capt. Condon, the Leeward Point Public Works Department, Cmdr. Siegal and Chief Warrant Officer Van Londen, the base supply and food services officers, respectively," said MS1 George Arana. The 'tiger team' working on the galley improvement project included MS1 Edwin Morales, MS1 George Arana, EW2 William Bowen, MS2 Edward Battles, MS3 Christopher Brownrigg, MSSN James Moreland, and MSSA Keith Wilkerson. But not to slight anyone else who contributed, "It was an all hands evolution," said MSCM Tadalan. "At some point during the month-long project, almost all of the 19 military and 14 civilians assigned to the Leeward Galley, put some effort in the self-improvement projects." "People have noticed the new improvements," said Morales. They know that we do care, and we want to please the customers." appearance of the Galley. (Photo by J01 Stacey Byington) Galley, a better place to eat The Leeward Point Galley is everyone. There are open from 5:30 -7:30 a.m. special menus, including for breakfast; 10:30 a.m. -steak and lobster from time 12:30 p.m. for lunch; and to time. from 3:30 -5:30 p.m. for If you are on the Leeward dinner. side, whether for business or The menus at the galley are pleasure, stop into the cycled every five weeks, galley and see for yourself, giving balanced meals for "Service with a smile." Cookie cV4tbes By Cookie Johnson Our Inaugural exploits continue. Upon reaching the lobby of the hotel, my husband firmly told me to stop waving like the queen. More concerned over me, he caught his tails in the door. I held back my laughter and whispered to him, "Maybe you will make the history books yet." Not amused, he found our spot then left me there while he went for a drink. Looking around I could not spot any of our friends, but noticed the lady next to me. She was alone and having trouble taking off her jacket. I was moving over to assist, when her pearl necklace broke. Luckily they were knotted, allowing only one large pearl to roll out of sight. I volunteered to help search and we both began looking. We worked our way around the Presidential box and were noticed not only by the camera crew, but by the Secret Service. Realizing the only way to accomplish our mission, we both went down onto our knees. Success. We found the pearl. Right at that moment a couple approached and the man was kidding us. The lady with pearls in hand stood and said, "I'd like you to meet some friends." As I stood up to meet her friends, I felt like shouting, "No introductions needed." She continued, "This is Governor Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy." Art Linkletter then approached as my husband's eyes met mine. He did an abrupt stop and started mumbling, "I only left Cookie alone a few minutes. How does she do it?" Chattering quickly I tried to share my story with my husband. He jest gave me a drink and turned around. "I'm going to get me another drink. Do not move." he commanded. That was easy, I would entertain myself by watching the TV camera crew. It was the first time I had seen a TV crew all dressed in tuxedos, they looked strange. There was one man who was undoubtedly looking for something. He was an easy target to watch since he and the entire crew were on a platform. I took a break from people watching and took a sip of my drink. Then I noticed, right there in the bottom of my glass was a button. Realizing it had not been th. earlier, I looked up agait* the TV cameraman. Our eyes met, I pulled the button up with two fingers, and asked him, "Is this what you're looking for?" He nodded yes then spoke into his head mike, "You will not believe where it landed." He continued, "Allow me to buy you a fresh drink." My husband was approaching mumbling again, "I can't believe what Cookie can get into in a few short minutes or the rest of the night." I'm sure the cameraman felt he was doing me a favor by keeping us on camera all the time. Little did he know that the red light on and faci us made me whisper into husband's ear, "Don't y dare scratch, don't pick your nose, don't." At the same time my husband ass :mumbling, "I wonder just how much of the evening events will make the history books." Cookie Johnson is a comic writer for the Daily Gazette. The opinions se expresses are not necessarily those of the Connanding Officer or of the Department of the Navy. 2 Daily Gazette Monday, September 15, 1986 in's two r3

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Revised SCHOOL BUS SCHEDULE BUS ROUTE NO. 1 High School Nob Hill Villamar (6th St.) (Qrts. 606) Caravella Circle Caravella Point High School entary School Hill Day Care Center (Kindergarten A.M. Only) Elementary School Day Care Center BUS ROU~ High School Tierra Kay High School TO FROM 7:00 a.m. 2:49 p.m. 7:04 a.m. 2:46 p.m. 7:07 a.m. 2:42 p.m. 7:09 a.m. 2:41 p.m. 7:16 a.m. 2:35 p.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. 2:30 p.m. 7:30 7:35 7:40 TE NO. 2 7:00 a.m. 7:14 a.m. Elementary School Radio Range 7:20 a.m. Tierra Kay 7:26 a.m. (Including Kindergarten A.M.) Elementary School 7:40 a.m. BUS ROUTE NO. 3 High School Tierra Kay 7:00 a.m. School 7:15 a.m. entary School (Including Kindergarten A.M. to School Kindergarten P.M. from School) Tierra Kay 7:25 a.m. Elementary School 7:40 a.m. Bus Stop (Qtrs. 70) High School Tierra Kay High School High School Granadillo Circle Granadillo Point Bargo High School BUS ROUTE NO. 6 6:52 a.m. 6:56 a.m. 7:03 a.m. 7:11 a.m. Elementary School Granadillo Point 7:31 a.m. (Including Kindergarten A.M.) BUS ROUTE NO. 7 High School 2:05 p.m. Admin Hill 2:10 p.m. Oil Point Corinaso Point Ocean View High School 2:35 p.m. 7:05 a.m. 7:07 a.m. 7:10 a.m. 7:12 a.m. 7:18 a.m. 2:53 2:58 2:48 2:35 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 2:05 p.m. 2:11 p.m. 2:40 p.m. 2:45 p.m. 2:48 p.m. 2:50 p.m. 2:35 p.m. 2:25 p.m. Elementary School (Including Kindergarten A.M. to School and Kindergarten P.M. from School) Kittery Beach 7:25 a.m. 2:14 2:15 p.m. Iguana Terrace 7:30 a.m. 2:1 2:05 p.m. (Kindergarten AM Only) Marine Site (Qrts. M130) Marina Point 2:30 p.m. (Qrts. 323) 2:30 p.m. Elementary School 4 p.m. 2 p.m. BUS ROUTE NO. 10 LEEWARD POINT Leeward Point Kindergarten Students shall be picked up at the Elementary School with the Carryall Van at 10:10 a.m. Arrive: Windward Ferry Lading 10:25 a.m. Arrive: Leeward Side 11:00 a.m. Students are then transported home. BUS ROUTE NO. 11 From Elementary School, Kindergarten A.M. Elementary School 10:20 a. Caravella Circle 10:22 a. Caravella Point 10:24 a. Bargo 10:29 a. Day Care Center 10:33 a. Granadillo Circle 10:35 a. Granadillo Point 10:38 a. Nob Hill 10:41 a. Villanar 10:43 a. To Elementary School, Kindergarten P.M. 7:34 a.m. 7:36 a.m. 7:40 a.m. 2:15 p.m. 2:05 p.m. BUS ROUTE NO. 4 7:00 a.m. 2:40 p.m. 7:15 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Elementary School (Including Kindergarten A.M. to School Kindergarten P.M. from School) Tierra Kay 7:20 a.m. Elementary School 7:30 a.m. BUS ROU High School Kittery Beach Iguana Terrace High School Elementary School (Including Kindergarten2 Oil Point Corinaso Point Ocean View Gas Hill Electrical Trades Radio and Paola Point Cuban Trailer Park Evans Point Mobile Point Elementary School 0 and 2:10 p.m. 2:05 p.m. TE NO. 5 7:00 a.m. 2:54 p.m. 7:05 a.m. 2:49 p.m. 7:10 a.m. 2:44 p.m. A.M. Only) 7:15 a.m. 7:19 a.m. 7:24 a.m. 7:28 a.m. 7:32 a.m. 7:34 a.m. 7:36 a.m. 7:38 a.m. 7:39 a.m. 7:42 a.m. 2:44 p.m. 2:34 p.m. 2:29 p.m. 2:25 p.m. 2:22 p.m. 2:18 p.m. 2:14 p.m. 2:12 p.m. 2:09 p.m. 2:05 p.m. BUS ROUTE NO. 9 LEEWARD POINT To High School, Elementary and Kindergarten A.M. Students shall be picked up starting at approximately 6:00 a.m. until the bus reaches the Leeward Point Ferry Landing at 6:55 a.m. All students are picked up along a single, pre-designated route. Arrive: Windward Side High School Elementary School 7:25 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 7:40 a.m. From Elementary School and High School Leave: Elementary School 2:05 p.m. Leave: High School 2:20 p.m. Arrive: Windward Ferry Landing 2:28 p.m. Arrive: Leeward Side 3:00 p.m. Students are then transported home. Day Care Center Granadillo Circle Granadillo Point Nob Hill Villamar Center Bargo Caravella Circle Caravella Point Elementary School 10:50 a.m. 10:53 a.m. 10:56 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:04 a.m. 11:08 a.m. 11:11 a.m. 11:13 a.m. 11:15 a.m. BUS ROUTE NO. 12 From Elementary School, Kindergarten A.M. Children for Kindergarten P.M. will be picked up when Kindergarten A.M. children are dropped off. Elementary School 10:20 a.m. Marina Point 10:25 a.m. Marine Site 10:29 a.m. Evans Point 10:34 a.m. Trailer Park 10:39 a.m. Paola and Radio Point 10:43 a.m. Corinaso Point 10:48 a.m. Ocean View 10:53 a.m. Iguana Terrace 11:01 a.m. Tierra Kay 11:05 a.m. Kittery Beach 11:07 a.m. Elementary School 11:14 a.m. BUS ROUTE NO. 13 High School Villamar 7:00 a.m. 2:45 p.m. (lst St. Qtrs. 94, 1229) Villamar 7:15 a.m. 2:30 p.m. (6th St. Qtrs. 275, 606) Elementary School Villamar 7:25 a.m. 2:15 p.m. (1st St. Qtrs. 94, 1229) Elementary School 7:38 a.m. 2:05 p.m. 1. Students should report to the bus stop no more than 10 minutes prior to the scheduled pick-up time and should immediately return to their homes after departing from the bus. 2. Food or drinks are not to be consumed at the bus stops or on the buses. Students will ct themselves at the bus stop and on the bus in an orderly, considerate manner. 4. After the bus has come to a complete stop, students will board in an orderly manner moving directly to a seat and remain seated until the bus has reached their departure point. 5. Students are requested to talk quietly and in a normal tone while riding the bus, and conversation with the drivers will be kept to a minimum while the bus is in motion. 6. There will be no transistor radios, knives, or other sharp instruments transported on the buses. 7. Students are to obey the instructions of the bus driver and/ or bus monitor at all times. 8. Bus stops in housing areas are determined by base authorities and buses will stop only at authorized locations. Any inquiries regarding bus stop locations, bus drivers, bus routes, etc., should be brought to the attention of the PWD Motor Pool. Designated Elementary Bus Stops for '86/'87 School Year All Kindergarten students will ride bus to and from school. Housing Areas Corinaso Point Cuban Trailer Park Granadillo Point Iguana Terrace Kittery Beach Mobile Point Ocean View Oil Point Nob Hill Radio Point/Paola Point Evans Point Tierra Kay Gas Hill Villamar Radio Range Bus Stop Qtrs. No. CP 14 and 61 CTP 15 GP 17 and 08 IT 385 KB 364 -373 MP 396 OV 4 OP 16 NH 51 RP 728 EP 722 TK 17, 70, 131 TPG 1 1st St. 94, 1229 RR 5 All Elementary School students living in the below housing areas will walk to school. Bargo (Center, West and East) Villamar (2nd through 6th Sts.) Marine Site Caravella Circle Granadillo Circle Marina Point Caravella Point Designated High School Bus Stops for '86/'87 School Year Housing Areas Bargo (Center, West, East) Caravella Point Caravella Circle Corinaso Point Granadillo Point Granadillo Circle Kittery Beach Mar ina Point Nob Hill Gas Hill Ocean View Tierra Kay Villamar Villamar Bus Stop Qtrs. No. CB 1175, 1197 CP 15 CC 3 CP 14 and 61 GP 17, 05 (13 77 KB 364 and 373 MP 323 NH 51 TG 1 OV 4 TK 17, 70, 131 1st St. 94, 1229 6th St. 275, 606 All High School students living in the below housing areas will walk to school. Paola Point Evans Point Mobile Point Iguana Terrace Radio Point Marine Site Cuban Trailer Park Deer Point Daily Gazette Monday, September 15, 1986 3 .m. .m. .m. .m. .M. m. m. m. .m. School bus rules

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the I d .L 1 rAI V AUTOS '70 Chevy Blazer 4x4, 307, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, new tires, $1,250. Call 4954 DWH. '65 MG Convertible, black with wire wheels. Too many new parts to list. Can be seen at ferry landing, $2,500. Call 4790 AWH. '68 Chrysler. Good body and interior, very dependable. Can be seen at ferry landing, $800. Call 4790 AWH. '67 Corvair Monza 600. Car collector's dream. Two-door hardtop, six cylinder, four speed. Needs left rear strut rod bushing, $400. Call 2847 AT. '80 Camaro. Black, runs great. Automatic, tilt steering, AM/FM cassette with equalizer, two new tires, rear window louvers, $3,200 or best offer. Call 3715 AT. '78 Volkswagon Rabbit. Air conditioning, $1,000. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. '84 Ford Escort. 26,000 miles, great condition, $4,500 or best offer. Call Paula, 2560, 2249 DWH, or 2856 AWH. '71 Ford LTD. Runs, but needs work, $100. Call 4645 DWH, B302 "C" complex AWH. '73 LTD Wagon. New, re-built transmission, power steering, power brakes, just inspected in August, $1,000. Call 4180. '70 International 3/4-ton pickup. Heavy duty with overload springs, $1,000. Call 4180. '64 Barracuda with push-button transmission. Body work completed, have original paint, $1,000. Call 4180. '79 Chevy Monza hatchback. V-6 engine, four-speed. Very dependable, $1,500 or best offer. Call Bart, 4698, after 6 p.m. AT. '69 Mustang Fastback. Restored 85 -90 percent, new 302 engine with 3/4 cam, headers and 600 CFM Holley. Too many new parts to list, $4,000. Call Randy, 4954, 4882 WH, 4581 AWH. '72 Plymouth V-8. One owner since new, $1,200. Call Randy 4954, 4882 DWH, 4581 AWH. '72 International Harvester V8, $800. Call Randy, 4954, 4882 DWH, 4581 AWH. '72 Ford pickup with flat bed. Good condition, $1,700. Can be seen at ferry landing. Call Monte, 4493 after 10 p.m. '79 Ford Fairlane. Two-door, with sunroof, $1,300 or best offer. Call 2723 AT. '70 Pontiac. Good condition, Submit on 8 1/2"11 sheet of paper. Must be signed and have a phone number. Bring to PAO Office, Bldg. 760, Admin Hill. Phone 4502 or 4819. engine, transmission good. Spare parts, $600. Call 2860 OWH, 3847 AWH. '75 Ford Pinto. Two-door, four cylinder, green. In good condition with four new tires, $1,000 negotiable. Can be seen at ferry landing. Call 4784 AWH. '73 Plymouth, $500. Come to AV 89, rm. 22, ferry landing, after 5 p.m. '80 Dodge Omni. White with red interior, four cylinder, four-speed, power steering, power brakes, a/c, 43,000 miles, $2,500. Call 4761 OWH, 4539 AWH. '64 Chevy Impala. Two-tone blue, white, two-door, V-8 engine, automatic with auto shift. Goodyear Eagle ST radial tires less than one year old. Good condition, power steering. A classic, $2,000 negotiable. Call 3142 AT. '75 Vega, $600. Call Ted, 4954 AT. MOTORCYCLES '80 Yamaha XS650SG. New tires, exhaust, $700. Call 4954 EWH. '83 Nighthawk 450 with windshield and luggage rack. Very low Guantanamo miles. Call PO John Taylor, 4702 DWH, 2827 AWH. '83 Honda 750 Shadow. 7,000 miles, new tires, brakes, ignition. Other new parts, two brand new helmets, never been used. Many extras, $1,350. Call Buck, 4954 DWH, 4651 AWH. '83 Yamaha 750 Maxima. Black, excellent condition, 11,000 miles. Comes with protection cover and black Bell full-face helmet, $2,300 firm. Call Tony, 6414 DWH, 3531 AWH. BOATS Bass boat, 15', 48HP Mariner engine, new carpet, new steering, new Sears cover, new Sears trolling motor, on trailer, $2,500. Call 4180 Boston whaler, 13.5' with 35HP Evinrude engine. With trailer, has current safety inspection, $1,500. Call 4882 OWH, 4363 AWH. Sportcraft 18' Cathedral hull with trailer, '85 Yamaha outboard motor, ll5HP. Includes safety gear and VHF radio. Call 2827 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS Two for sale, both in excellent condition. 20,800 BTU, 2 1/2 years old with energy saver, $300. 5,000 BTU, less than one year old, $250. Will sell both for $500. Call 3571 AWH. Will be available Sept. 25. Two Fedders 11,000 BTU. Available Oct. 3, $150 each. Very good condition. Call 3361 AT. APPLIANCES GE refrigerator. One year old, frost-free, $200. Call Ted 4954 AT. Amana microwave, just inspected, $175. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH. Refrigerator. /Small, good condition, perfect for barracks, $100. Call Buck, 4954 DWH, 4651 AWN. Refrigerator, green, $75. Call Bart, 4698, anytime after 6 p.m. Refrigerator/freezer, $300. See Ira, AV 89, Rn. 22, ferry larding, after 5 p.m. Westinghouse washer for parts. Bad water seals and gaskets around tub and pump. Motor, transmission, and electrical all good, $50. Call 2160 AWH. Whirlpool washer and dryer, $75. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Whirlpool no frost, side-byside refrigerator, 26.5 cu. ft. Has automatic ice and water dispenser, $700. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Whirlpool washer, $250. Whirlpool dryer, $200. Whirlpool dishwasher with butcher block top, $250. All three years old. Excellent condition, available Sept. 21. Call 4536 EWH, 4464 AWH. Two Whirlpool side-by-side refrigerators with ice makers, one with water and ice. One five years old, one one year old. Both in excellent condition, $800 each negotiable. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH. Freezer, 27.5 cu. ft. Upright, very good condition, $450, or best offer. Call 3361 AT. Washer, very good condition, $175. Available Oct. 3. Call 3361 AT. Freezer, chest-type, good for bait, $50. Call 4180. FURNITURE Waterbed, super single, $100. Call Buck, 4954 DWH, 4651 AWH. White provincial bedroom group, $200. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH. Brown sofa, good condition, $50. Call 3575 AT. Bassinet with hood, two liners, hood cover, sheets. Good condition, $20. J.C. Penny swinging bassinet and baby swing with music box. Like new, $20. Wooden cradle with stand, bumper pad, sheets, $15. Call Rose, 2288 EWH, 3140 AWH. Sealy queen-size bed, firm, $250. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Two love seats and one couch, $100. Call 2723 AT. Teak dining room table and six chairs, $500. Call 2723 AT. TVS Black and white, 13", $50. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH. Zenith console color, 25", $300. See Ira, AV 89, rm. 22, ferry landing, after 5 p.m. 13" color TV, $30. Call Bart, 4698, after 6 p.m. Sony remote control, $250. Call Mike Lane, 4493, between 3 and 9 p.m. STEREO EQUIPMENT Lasonic portable AM/FM cassette player with detachable speakers, $75. Call 4790 AWH. Yamaha Class "A" stereo, $2,000. Call Mike Lane, 4493, between 3 and 9 p.m. DIVE GEAR Seaguest BC. Paid $160, asking $80. Two dive tanks, $80 for one, $60 for other, both for $125. Call Monte, 4493 after 10 p.m. Complete set of dive gear, includes wet suit, Seaguest ADV-BC, Mares regulator with Sherwood Octopus and Dacor three-instrument console, 80 co. ft. aluminum tank, two Tri-view masks, three pair fins, weight belt with plasticcovered weights. Also horse collar BC, game bag, two underwater lights, gear bag, booties, size 11. Many other incidentals. Take all for $600. Original purchase price, $1,200 one year ago. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH. Seaguest BC, never used, $200. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Compete set of dive gear, all Dacor. Small BC, one hose regulator, depth gauge, pressure gauge, tank, fins, snorkel, mask, gloves. All brand new, $525. Woman's wet suit, long, zippered, ankles, $50. For more information, call 2128. BICYCLES Boy's Huffy dirt bike. Good condition, $45. Call 3361 AT. Nishiki 15-speed, Shimano hubs, Unimega harnessed pedals. In good condition, $200. Call Monte, 4493 after 10 p.m. Ladies 27" 10-speed. Brand new, paid $200, asking $150. Call Bart, 4698, after 6 p.m. MISCELLANEOUS Olympic barbell and weights, 285 lbs, $200. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Six each, excellent condition, pro-type tennis racquets with new white, Adidas tennis bag, 18 new and used tennis balls, six pair, various color wrist bands, $100. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH. Outfit for Navy Ball. Tuxedo, complete with white dinner jacket, matching shirt, cummerbund, suspenders, white gloves. Both jackets, size 40, pants size 32-33 waist, 32 length. All for only $200. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH. Men's clothing, all styles and colors. Shirts medium to large, dress pants and jeans, waist 32-35, length 30-32. Three-piece suits. Some items new, all in excellent condition. Call Lou, 4479 DWH, 4895 AWH. Weights and bench, 110 lbs., $60. Call 4761 DWH, 4539 AWH. Smith-Corona 2200 typewriter, like new, all manuals, $100. Call 3808 after 2 p.m. Baby high chair with tray, stores easily. Excellent condition, $15. Call 4901 OWN, 2593 AWH. 4 Daily Gazette Monday, September 15, 1986 Sunday's football scores Bengals, 36 -Bills, 33 Browns, 23 -Oilers, 20 Cowboys, 31 -Lions, 7 Saints, 24 -Packers, 10 Redskins, 10 -Raiders, 6 Bears, 13 -Eagles, 10 Falcons, 33 -Cardinals, 13 Giants, 20 -Chargers, 7 Rams, 16 -49ers, 13 Vikings, 23 -Buccaneers, 10 Dolphins, 30 -Colts, 10 Seashawks, 23 -Chiefs, 17 Aria Pro II RS series. electrical guitar. Perfect condition with case and strings, $250. Call 4790 AWH. 18 cans of 104 Octane Booster, $5 per can. Call 4790 AWH. Black and Decker hedge trimmer, and Weed Eater. Both for $50. Call 4493 between 3 and 9 p.m. Boy's large (14-16) winter coat. Parka-style with hood, worn two months, in top condition, $45. Call 4180 AT Baby items. Crib with mattress, swing, bath tub, potty chair, changing table, and baby carrier for bicycle. All items in excellent condition. Call 2638 AWH. Rubber raft with four oars. Seats four. Very good condition, $35 or best offer. Call 3361 AT. Plants, three for $1, 50 cents and up. Miscellaneous U.S. coins, old bottles, 50 cents and up. Boots, $7. Gold charms, $15. Call 4968 AWH. Boogie board, suitable for 8year-old, $5. Call 3361 AT. Sharp VCR (new) paid $292, will sell for $240. Casiotone CT-320 electronic keyboard. Great fun for the family, $145. Three lovely Italian paintings in beautiful frames, $40 each. Firmflex body machine and weights, $35. Weight bench, 200 lbs. weight and other accessories, $60. Call 3405 AT. Electric ice cream freezer, $10. Eureka cannister vacuum cleaner with attachments, $20. One new set of Harvard Classics, $15. Call 4223 AWH. LOST Set of three-connected key rings with Garfield, a daisy and shell with assorted keys attached. Call 2722 AT. FOUND One set of keys outside Bldg. 760. They go to security Friday, Sept. 19. Call 4502 EWH. WANTED Carpets. 12x18, good quality and good condition. Neutral colors, light brown and beige. Call 2777 after 7 p.m. Call Jan at 4402 WH. Glass for picture frames. One eighth-inch thickness by anr dimension. Will pay reason able price. Call 2912 AWH. Looking for boat accessories. VHF radio with antenna, AM/FM cassette, speakers, boarding ladder. Will trade or pay, call 4373 OWH, 2593 AWH. Windshield for a '67, '68 Camaro or Firebird. Call 6169 AT. Medium-size dog carrier. Call 6366 DWH, 3132 AWH. SERVICES House cleaning for final inspection. Will stand the inspection with you. For more information, call Lynn, 2986.


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