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GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba




Vol. 35 No. 204 Thursday October 23, 1980




Iran sets four conditions for hostage's release


The latest word from Tehran has raised new hopes and added new puzzlement to the hostage situation. Reports reaching London quote Iran's prime minister Rajai as sayingthe U.S. is ready to accept four condition posed by the Ayatollah Khomeini for release of the hos-.
tages.
Ihose four conditions are return of the shah's wealth, the unfreezing of Iranian assets in U.S. banks, a U.S. pledge not to interfere in Iranian affairs, and a promise not to make any claims against Iran as a result of the hostage issue.
In Washington, State Department


spokesman John Trattner refused to answer questions about whether

the United State considered itself to have met the four conditions laid down by Khomeini.

Trattner did say the United States "stands ready to take a number of steps" to resolve the cris-'s, but he did not offer details. . ..
The most troubling of the four points listed by Khomeini is the return of the late shah's assets, of which Trattner says the U.S. has "no clear idea how much there is, nor where it is."
In the past, the State Depart-


ment has said the U.S. would not stand in the way of Iranian attempts to recover.the shah's money through the court system.
Tehran sources reached by
telephone from London Rsid Prime

Mihister Rajai left it unclear whether Iran's parliament will now impose further conditions. 'But the prime minister's comment does represent a radical shift by a representative of Iran's hardline Islamic fundamentalists. Rajai was quoted as saying,
"The hostages are not a problem for the United States." He said Iran is "in the process of resolving the issue."


Rajai's comments came shortly
after Tehran radio said Irgn wox.d not make the slightest move to
oblige President Carter by signaling possible release of the hostages.
Rajai rejected any link between the release of the Americans and the resumption of supplies of
American military spare parts which Tehran needs for its war with Iraq.
He repeated that the final
decision on the hostages will be made by the Iranian parliament. That parliament met today, then adjourned debate on the hostage issue until Sunday.


Carter


Reagan debate slated next Tuesday night


Final arrangements were settled late yesterday for the long awaited debate between President Carter and Republican opponent Ronald Reagan.
The face-to-face meeting by the two leading presidential candidates will be broadcast from Cleveland next Tuesday night.
Ruth Hinerfeld, chairman of the sponsoring League of Women Voters Education Fund, made the announce-


ment after nearly two hours of discussions between strategists for the Democratic and Republican nominees.
The 90-minute encounter will be divided into two equal segments.
In the first half, four panelists will be permitted follow-up questions to their original inquiries and an opportunity will be provided to the candidates for a


Following is a transcript of the Oct. 22
airing of TV-8's TARGET with COMNAVWASE, Capt.
'W' John H. Fetterman, Jr. Questions currently be-"
ing researched will be answered in the GAZETTE
upon completion.


rebutal.
In the second half, the candidates will be permitted not only rebuttals, but also responses to their opponent's rebuttals in a format closer to formal debate rules.
Howard K. Smith has been selected as moderator., Four panelists are still to be selected by the League.

The two leading candidates
continued their*long-distance campaign debates today, Reagan in Illinois, and Carter in Florida.
Reagan told an audience in Herrin, Illinois, the president should have

done more to free the 52 American hostages in Iran. He said he


had some ideas on how to win their

freedom, but couldn't discuss
them publicly.
In Nliami, Carter quickly rose to the challenge, accusing Reagan of violating a pledge not to make the hostage crisis a political issue.
Reagan aides say former Democratic Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota is ready to endorse the

the Republican candidate in a formal announcement in Ohio tomorrow night.
Independent candidate John
Anderson carried his beleaguered campaign to the slums of Elizabeth, New Jersey.


with Captain John H. Fetterman, ,r.0 k Power Down Day Monday

This coming Monday has been desig- a. Minimize the .use of heavy
QUESTION 1. Is there any way we can get more self-help material, such as nated POWER DOWN DAY. The week of energy appliances. fencing, any faster? October 27 - November 2, 1980 is the b. Don't do any laundry, but if


ANSWER 1. I would think so. Self-help is a great program and I encourage it, and I know the Public Works Officer does also. I'll look into it and see if we can speed up the process.


QUESTION 2. I'd like to recommend that during your upcoming TV survey that you put collection boxes at such places as Gold Hill Barracks, the BOQ, and the exchange and commissary. A lot of people don't have access to the guard mail.

ANSWER 2. That's a good idea. We'll do it.


QUESTION 3. I understand that there was a meeting today concerning the waiting list for junior officer/CPO housing. Could you expand on this?

J.o. housing has an 8 to 9 month wait while there are no problems with CPO housing. A survey was conducted and the results indicate that the way to solve the problem was to look at some of the CPO housing and combine the two lists. In reviewing that myself it looked as if it would not effect the chiefs and it would really solve the long wait of the junior officers. A decision should be forthcoming.


QUESTION 4. I haven't received my absentee ballot yet and I sent in my post card application before I left the states. is there anything that can be done about voting?

-ANSWER 4. This question has come up before and it is difficult to give a specific answer because each state sends out absentee ballots at a different time. The best way to determine when your particular state does this is to contact Lieutanant Larry Wickham at 8511. We did send a message to the post offices in New York and Norfolk asking that they expedite absentee ballots bound for Guantanamo Bay.


QUESTION 5. How can you have a military chain of command if there are civilians that sign special request chits?

ANSWER 5. The civil service workers are a very important part of the Navy team, not only in the working level but in the supervisory level aswell. For many years the supervisory personnel have had that authority and power.


Navy's Third Energy Awareness Week and COMNAVBASE is asking base residents to voluntarily curtail the use of water and electricity.

The Gazette and TV-8 has been
showing everyone where we stand on
the daily usage of energy and one of the goals of Energy Awareness Week is to see how far below our
allowance we can go on Monday, October 27, 1980.
Here are a few ideas of what can be done:


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you have to, nang it outside to dry.
c. Avoid using power tools.
d. Don't wash your car.
e. Take a cold shower.
f. Plan your meals with energy c"msumption in mind. Use the backyard grill or prepare a simple meal.
g. If no one's at home during the daytime, secure your air conditibners.
More ideas will be mentioned in the days ahead, but remember, if you need it use it, if you don't need it, don't waste it.


Refugees to Puerto Rico


A federal court in Boston has ruled that some 650 Caribbean refugees can be sent to Puerto Rico.
That ruling overturned one from a lower court, which banned the refugee transfer to Fort Allen.
The ban was sought by Puerto
Rican officials, who said construction at the base would cause environmental problems.
Yesterday's decision comes as Florida officials say refugee camps must be closed immediately.
Local officials in Miami Beach told hotels that they'll no long.er guarantee hotel bills of 1,500 refugees.
They say they're concerned that promised federal aid won't ever arrive.
A detachment of Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 62 are busy transforming previously unused Fort Allen, Puerto Rico, into a refugee reception center.
Since construc--


tion began, over 285 officers and men of the battalion have assisted in installing 16,500 linear feet of living area fencing; completed two galleys; and installed 126 strongback tents, a primary and secondary electrical system, a potable water distribution and sewer' system, and four sanitary buildings.

Currently they are building 13 additional sanitary buildings and one additional galley.
They are also installing additional tents and clearing and grading grounds. It is estimated 2,500 man-days have been expended on labor thus far.
NMCB 62, the "minuteman" battalion, is homeported in'Gulfport, MS. Roads, P.R., when tasking for assistance at Camp Allen, 75 miles from the Naval Base, was requested.
An NMCB 62 detachment is presently aboard Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay.








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Community announcements may be sent to the Gaz'ette office through Cuard Mail Stop #53 or hand carried
to the Public Affairs Office in the McCalla Admin
*BuildingDeadline for publication is 9 a.m. the previous working day. Bonafide emergency announcements
* will be accepted any time. Armouncements will be
published at least once a wak at the discreion "-7
of the Public Affairs Staff.. Activities that -discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex, colOr
or national origin will not be accepted. The' Public
Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit all sub* missions. (AT-anytime, AWH-after working hours, DWHduring working hours)
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Effective Friday, October 24, new operating hours will be in effect for the Navy Exchange Main Retail Store and-Sound Scene. The new hours will be:


I Tuesday . 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. I
Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
hFriday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. I
I Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.


This new schedule provides four addition shopping hours.

The Navy Exchange Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plant will also modify its hours. Saturday hours will be expanded to 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. However, the Laundry Plant will be closed on Mondays. The 24-hour drep ox located on the side of the plant will be available at all times.


Club Activties,


THE NAVY LEAGUE HAS DISTRIBUTED a copy of Congressional voting records to all Commands and the Base Library. These records are available to keep you abreast of how your Congressmen have been voting while you are away from your home of record. Incidently, this year every seat in the house is up for election, these voting records could be an aid to determined whoyou want to vote for.


ATTENTION:: THE GUANTANAMO KENPO KARATE CLUB will be starting a new beginners course in the Chinese Kenpo, a mixture of Chinese Boxing and Chinese Kung Fu For registration and further information contact RP2 Wa shington 8550 DWH/ 98251 AWH, give age, name and phone number.

THE HOURS FOR FILLING air tanks at the Naval Station Dive Locker are as follows:
Monday - Friday 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. Saturday 12 - 4 p.m.


Special Services


THE CARIBBEAN ARTS & CRAFTS WORKSHOP invites anyone interested in selling or exhibiting in our Fall Outdoor Arts Show and Sale to please come forward! Whether you are a beginner in your craft or a very skilled artisian, YOU ARE WEICOME! There's still time to become a member in good standing (nominal fee or $3) and reserve a space for your table at our next meeting Nov. 4, Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Show and Sale will be held Sunday, Nov. 16 from 1 - 4 p.m. outdoors in front of the Navy Exchange. Call Carolyn Dunn at 8462 or Cheryl Dawson at 952261 for more details.


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Captain John H. Fetterman Jr.

Naval Station Commanding Officer The Guantanhno Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newpapers as outlined in NAVEXOS P-35 ad under the direction of the Naal Base Public Affairs Officer. Prited five timZ weekly at governmet expense on governent equipment at the Navy Publications and Printing Seivice Branch Of fice. the opinions or statements in nes items that appear herein are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the views of COMNAVASE or the Department of the Navy.


ATTENTION: FIL-AM CLUB MEMBERS: The Fil-Am Club is having a Halloween costume contest on Sunday, Oct. 26 at the Fil-Am Clubhouse. Prizes will be awarded to the ugliest costumes. Games should start by noon. Have your kids win soime games and have fun. There will also have "Hail" to new members of the Fil-Am Club. Come on down and bring your favorite dish and meet our new friends.

THE COMMUNITY GOSPEL GROUP will conduct a service at 3 p.m. on Cot. 26 at the Base Chapel. Roaer L. Roberts will Preside. The them will be "Turn Back to God." The entire community is welcome.

HALLOWEEN FACES RY LITTLE THEATRE
Give your children a professionally created face for Halloween. Little Theatre make-up specialists will be at the W.T. Sampson Amphitheatre the evening of Oct. 31 creating little gobblins (up to ag 8) from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. and older spooks (over 8 years) from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. All faces by appointments only. Little gobblir call Brenda at 90152; older spooks call Gretchen at 99187. Little goblin can choose from eight different faces at $1. Charges fo older spooks slightly higher.


ALL CHILDREN SIGNED UP FOR THE SWIM team being formed by Mr. Clarke should report to the -i Villamar pool at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25ifor tryouts. F more information contact Mr. Clar at 90142 DWH.

NAVAL STATION OFFICER' S WIVES ar having a luncheon sponsored by the Admin Wives at the Yacht Club on Thursday, October 23, at 11:30 a.m For reservations call 95400, 8601, or 8262 AT.

THE SEABEE & CEC FAMILY BAR-B-QU will be held Oct. 25th at the Deer Park Zoo cabana at 1 p.m. Bring your own meats and a cover dish or salad. Bring your ideas and suggestions on your up coming Seab Ball. Come on out for a day and get aquainted. For morT. informant call Peggy 96215, Deborah 90283.

ALL MALE MEMBERS OF THE RECENT Intercommand Bowling League that purchased ABC membership cards should see Jim Lee at Marblehead Hall.


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Protestant Junior Choir Rehearsal, Base Chapel, 3:15 p.m. Protestant Senior Choir Rehearsal, Base Chapel, 7:30 p.m. Christmas Cantata Choir Rehearsal, Base Chapel, 8:30 p.m. Roman Catholic mass, Leeward Chapel, 11:30 a.m. Karate Class, 5 p.m., Marina Point 211A. GM0 Bay Chess Club meeting 6 - 10 p.m., Special Services conference room. L.A. Community College registration 12 noon-5 p,m, behind d6wntown lyceum. (8307)

ODU Fall Term registration, 9 a.m. -l p.m. behind downtdim. . lceum. (.8307) Special Services slimnastics & aerobic dancing (adult women)7 - 9 p.m. Wives Information Seminar at CPO Club Harbor Lights Lounge, 9 a.m., Commander, U.S. Naval Base is hosting this seminar. Guantanamo Bay Motocross Association meeting 7 p.m. at 364D Kittery Beach Guantanamo Bay's Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting 7:30 p.m. Program by Mr. & Mrs. Groendyke W Guantanamo Bay Motocross Association meeting at 7 p.m*., Kittery Beach 361D.


omorrow.


Roman'Catholic mass. 11:35 a.m. Base Chapel Pentacostal prayer meeting, Pentacostal Church, Bay Hill Road, 7 p.m. A.A. meeting, Conference room of Human Resources Bldg. (Hook),8 p.m. (open) (952236, 99280, 99181)

The Christian Coffee House (Hook) open 7 -12 p.m. Branch Dental Clinic will be closed. Emergencies seen as usual. October telephone b;.lI cutoff date.by 3:30 p.m., also subscribers with green delinquent slips.

Navy Wives Club of Ameica #131 "Energy Awareness Essay Contest'deadline. WT. Sampson Elementary School office, ($15, $10, & $5 awards) L.A. Community College registration,12 noon - 5 p.m. behind downtown lyceum. (8307)

ODU Fall Term registration, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. behind downtown lyceum(8307) Parents of Steven Valentine-tc chapron the Teen Club (8402/952265)

$-aturday-Roman CatholicFolk Mass, p.m., Rite of Reconciliation, 5 - 5:30 p m, Base Chapel.

Seventh Day Adventist Church meets, McCalla Chapel, 9:30 a.m. (8638 Weir) Karate Class meets 9:30 a.m., Marina Point 211-A The Christian Coffee House (The Hook) is open 7 - 12 p.m. The New Socializers of Guaitaamo Bay festivities for Pre-teenagers.& Parents. 4 hours of it beginning at 2 p.m. Adults with BYOB affAir at 9 D.m.

0DU Fall Term registration, behind downtown-lvceum from 9a.m.,- p.m. (8307)

LA Community College registration, behind downtown lyceum 9- 1 p~m. (8307) Seabee Families BBQ, Deer Park Zoo cabana, 1 p.m. (96215/90283) December 22nd Christmas Show auditions, 6,- 8 p.m. (952294 /95597). Parents of Cora Wais to dhapron the Teen Club. (8402/952265)

-Little Theatre December 22nd Christmas show auditions at 6 - 8 p.m. (952294 or 95597)
Swim team tryouts-Villamar pool at 6 p.m.,(90142 DWH)


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anamo Gazette

Opportunities

PHOTOGRAPHY BY DIANA WILL BE
offered at the Superlatives Dance.
Have your portrait done in a creative, tropical setting while you enjoy the music and fun! 2(5X7) portraits in frame folders and 8 wallets will be offered for $10.

Aspecial note.;
The Protestant Seior Choir
rehearsal hours for Thursday nights
.has been changed to 7:30 p.m. and
the Christmas Cantata rehearsal
changed to 8:30 p.m. Please made
note of this new-time.

ATTENTION,
THE-AREA AROUND-THE FERRY LANDING
on Mc~alla and Leeward Point is'off
limits to all divers and ewimmers.


Thursday October 23,. 1980

Educational'
TENNIS ANYONE? LACCO is now offerinR a 10-week, 30-hour noncredit course in Beginning Tennis., The community service course will start Oct. 29 and meet Monday's and Wednesdavs from5 - 6:30 p:m. You must be 18 years or older to register. Call 8307 for more information.


Blue Ca nbe

BLUE CARIBE SPECIAL OF THE MONTH:

Thursday, Oct. 23 "Cuban Night"
Menu
Paella/arroz valenciana/vegetable/ salad bar/rolls w/butter/coffee or iced tea.
$5.50


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A STAINLESS STEEL COW


Chicago based Contact International Inc. has a contract to operate a Navy owned milk plant here, that is better known as "The Dairy". It was in 1967 that the complete facility was installed.

The milk plant serves both the Naval Station and ships that come here.


"The average number of g of milk produced each 'week upon the flow of ships and I demands of the various Nava tion activities," said plan ager Martin Pogsn, in a rec terview.
"We produce anywhere from thousand to ten thousand ga per week," he added.


Guantanamo Gazette
There are five people on production and one secratary at the
dairy. Milk is not the only product Yougart, sour cream, fruit drink
and cottage cheeze are also made
at the dairy. For Thanksgiving they
will make egg-nog.
Milk production is done on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. On
Tuesday and Thursday the dairy
manufactures various other milk
products and fruit beverages.
"I'd like people to know that
we don't use powdered milk here,"
Mr. Pogsn said.
"Our product is reconstituted
milk, from non-fat, dryed milk
solid which should not be confused with any non-dairy (chemical) powdered milk product," he went on to
say.
"In our procedure we mix vitamin
A and vitamin D, water, vegetable fat and dryed milk solids During pasturization the product is mixed and heated, to the proper temprature then homogenized and cooled before moving into the surge, or holding tank," the plant manager
said.





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TOP LEFT-Contact Dairies building. ABOVE-Milk solids in dry storage.


ABOVE-Milk is being processed. BELOW-Yougart is being packed.


ABOVE-Milk is being poured by the machine and hand packed for delivery. BELOW-Workers maintain a fast pace to keep up with production.


These samples are taken from the dairy at random, dates and times are never announced.
The 'soft-serve' ice cream and milk shakes currently being served at the galleys around the base are prepared at the dairy.
The production orders are flooding into the plant which means the product is moving rapidly or more simply, people really like it.

You won't hear any cows lowing at the dairy and there aren't any bales of hay scattered about... technology has refined the process.
Thanks to that technology,
wholesome milk products are offered from this facility and every day is as busy as the last.
It has taken years of testing and research to make possible a process that preserves flavor while remaining both sanitary and efficient.
The stringent controls on the environment in which the products are made require regular checks and re-checks, to maintain the high quality.
The milk plant is applied
knowledge, a delicate balance of science and nature.




RIGHT-On the way. All deliveries come from cold storage, up the conveyer belt and onto the truck.







Thursday October 23, 1980


Swimming
A swim team is presentlybeing organized for children between the ages of 5 and 18 years old.
Mr. Clinton Clark will provide more information. He can be reached at 90142, however participants should be able to swim the following:
6 yrs. & under 10 to 15 yards 7 yrs. to 8 yrs. 15 to 25 yards 9 yrs. to 10 yrs. 25 to 50 yards
11 yrs. and older 50 to 100 yards Try-outs will be held on Saturday at the Villamar pool at 6:00 p.m.


'68 Olds station wagon. Will run but needs some engine work. As is, $150. Mrs. Green; 8828 DWH, 97280 AWE

Refrigerator/freezer, frost free. Best offer over $50. 8774 DWH, 951060 AWH

'71 Ford LTD Brougham, good condition, PS, PB runs well, asking $400. Call 8679 DWH or can be seen at Ordnance Triangle DWE. Ask fo:" Jack

13' Fiberglass boat w/50 hp electric start Johnson motor, trailer and accessories. All in excellent shape, $950. Call 95487 AT.

21" color TV Admiral, $50, needs adjustment; set Disney World Encyclopedias, $50; set junior. encyclopedias, (Britannica), $100. Call 8544 DWH or 8398 AWH.

Tandem bicycle, $65; picnic table, $10; Sansui G-2000 receiver, $190; Sansui speaker, $50; GE 5,000 BTU A/C for parts, $25. Call 99246 AWE.

Three 6,000 BTU A/C, Whirlpool, 10,000 Feders A/C. Call 90230 AT.


Spanish style dinette set/w four chairs, good condition. $125, but will negotiate. Call 8408 DWh or 98296 AWH.

Motorcycle parts, used clutch cables & new for F6, F7 Kawaski & Honda 175; various sets of points; various gaskets; Honda 90 engine,. $40; front & rear shocks; engine parts for Kawaqki & Honda* 175, tachometer; 175 Honda for parts, . 75; European Yamaha 180cc complete for parts or can be made to run, $75; 12,000 BTU Fedders needs motor, $50; front & rear rims for motorcycles, new 5 over piston & rings for Kawaski 100. No reasonable offer refused. Call 95462 DWH/96150 AWH.

Two TV antenna's, one used, one new color, $35 for both; 20 gallon aquarium, hood w/light, under water filter, (no pump) all extras, $35; Tyco command control race track, used 3 or 4 times, $30. Call 96290- AWH.

Folk guitar, $40; electric guitar, $60. Call 90102 or 95338 DWH ask for SSGT Lockwood.


The Cub Scouts of
Guantanamo Bay want you
to know that there is something special for
you this week-end.
Stop by the Cub Scout
Hut for a scar- or two.
The Cub Scout Hut is
located on the road to Cuzco Beach. You can't miss it. Just look for
the Pack 401 sign.






Schedule

FM 103 SPORTS SCHEDULE

Fri. BKB: Sea. Sonics at L.A. Lakers
(Game time 9:30 p.m.) Sat. FB: UCLA at California
(Game time 3:30 p.m.)
FB: Notre Dame at Arizona
(Game time 9:30 p.m.)
Sun. FB: N.E. Patriots at Buffalo
(Game time 1:00 p.m.)
FB: Chi. Bears at Phila. Eagl.
(Game time 4:00 p.m.)
FB: S.D. Chargers at Dallas
(Game time 9:00 p.m.)


Marblehead hall manager Jim Lee Dick Monroe.


On Saturday and Sunday the Third Annual Marlboro Classic bowling tournament will be held at Marblehead hall, sponsored by Philip Morris International.
Dick Monroe, a representative of Philip Morris International is here to work with Special Services Director, Dennis Brusnahan in co-ordinating the tournament.

There are about 130 entries in competition for cash prizes.

Following the tournament, there will be a banquet for the contestants at the CPO Club where Italian cuisine will be featured.


A 40U point competition rifle
match was held on October 17 at the base rifle range.
The course consisted of ten shots off-hand, ten rapid shots at 200 yards from a sittings position, ten rapid shots at 300 yards from a prone position and ten slow-fire shots at 500 yards from a prone position.
A special "fun match" was held after the regular match. This consisted of ten shots off-hand fromi the 500 yard line.
The regular match course was won by the Marine Barracks team with 1,236 points out of a possible 1,600 points.


at right, with Philip Morris representitiv 4


At 9:00 p.m. an awards ceremony will be conducted for all the tournament winners
This i',the third annual Marlboro Classic bowling tournament and Dick Monroe said, "For next year we're working on the idea of including a golf match with the bowling tournament, to make a more complete sports weekend." N Each entry will recieve a Marlboro travel bag, a tee shirt and a patch just for entering.
You don't have to smoke cigar-ettes to enjoy the Marlboro Classic. Marblehead hall is where the action will be this weekend, spectators are welcome.


College Top Twenty 20

The Unitied Press International
board of coaches top twenty colleg football ratings after seven weeks, with first-place votes and records
in parentheses.


1. Alabama (36)-(6-0) 620 2. Texas (2) (5-0) 541 3. UCLA (3) (5-0) 532 4. Notre Dame (1) (5-0) 472 5. Georgia (6-0) 436 6. Florida State (6-1) 377 7. North Carolina (6-4) 352 8. Nebraska (5-1) 315 9. Southern California (5-0-1) 293 10. Ohio State (5-1) 265


Pittsburgh (5-1) Penn State (5-1) Baylor (6-0) Arkansas (4-1) South Carolina (6-1) Missouri (5-1) Oklahoma (3-2) Brigham Young (5-1) Washington (5-1) Southern Mississippi (6-0)


Men's set of golf clubs (3-9 irons, PW, putter, 1,3,5 wood) in bag plus attached pull golf cart for $125.00 Ladies. set of golf clubs (3-9 iron, putter, 2 wood only) in bag for $60 Both in excellent shape. Beginner's set of clubs (3,5,7,9 iron, putter, 1,3 wood) in bag, fair shape $20.00 Call Archie at 8350 AWH.

Aluminum factory made 27' pontoon b.:at, Evinrude 25 & accessories, excellent for families, diving and fishing. Can be seen at Naval Station boat shed slip 7, boat name 'Super Bee'. Serious inquiries only call at 8446 ask for Bill Sloan.

Dodge Dart 1970, 2-door hard top, in good running condition; best ofer. Call 8162 DWH/98171 AWH.


Golf clubs, Jack Nicklaus pro set includes 1,35 woods, 3,9 irons with plw. All leather pro bag. Must see to appreciate. $260, or best offer. Contact George Goddin at 8527 DWH7951094 AWH.

Wee Bakery oven $5, 2 qt. crock pot $5, pyrex tube for baking breads $4, salton ice cream machine fits in freezer $5. Call 90194 AT.

Chevy Impala needs timing chain, $150.00 firm. Fisher turntable model MT-6225, less than 6 months old. MS2 Hancock at 952231 AWH or 95519 DWH.

Found
Watch--in vicinity of.Marina Point, early morning on Oct. 22. To claim call 8402 and identify.

'Waintecd
Windshield to fit -a 1964 Plymouth Valiant. Call 64366 DWH, Vanity dresser, wooden coffee table. Call Mike at.8553/8338 DWH.
Services

Dependable person to house sit for anyone during the next few months so wife and parents can visit. Will take care of plants and pets. Call Bryan. 8324 DWH, 951137 AWH. Leave message for room EGO5


Wanted
Vaporizer in good condition, will pay reasonable pricd. Call99246
AWH.


Target: 292,000 KWH


8ternator for '69 Pontiac. Call 96183 AT.


Second place went to the Ordinance team with 1,036 points and PWD running a close third with 933 points.

The high point shooters were;
Captain Carl Fisher with 334 points out of a possible 400, EAl Jim Strickland with 325 points and Sgt. Mark Joyce with 317.

The special "fun match" was won by SSgt. James Hickox with 73 points out of a possible 100.
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GAZETT E Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 35 No. 204 Thursday October 23, 1980 Iran sets four conditions for hostage's release The latest word from Tehran has raised new hopes and added new puzzlement to the hostage situation. Reports reaching London quote Iran's prime minister Rajai as say.ing the U.S. is ready to accept four conditions posed by the Ayatollah Khomeini for release of the hos-tages. Those four conditions are return of the shah's wealth, the unfreezing of Iranian assets in U.S. banks, a U.S. pledge not to interfere in Iranian affairs, and a promise not to make any claims against Iran as a result of the hostage issue. In Washington, State Department spokesman John Trattner refused to answer questions about whether the United State considered itself to have met the four conditions laid down by Khomeini. Trattner did say the United States "stands ready to take a number of steps" to resolve the cris4a, but he did not offer details. The most troubling of the four points listed by Khomeini is the return of the late shah's assets, of which Trattner says the U.S. has "no clear idea how much there is, nor where it is." In the past, the State Department has said the U.S. would not stand in the way of Iranian attempts to recover -the shah's money through the court system. Tehran sources reached by telephone from London saId Prime Minister Rajai left it unclear whether Iran's parliament will now impose further conditions. But the prime minister's comment does represent a radical shift by a representative of Iran's hardline Islamic fundamentalists. Rajai was quoted as saying, "The hostages are not a problem for the United States." He said Iran is "in the process of resolving the issue." Rajai's comments came shortly after Tehran radio said Irgn wo._d not make the slightest move to oblige President Carter by signaling possible release of the hostages. Rajai rejected any link between the release of the Americans and the resumption of supplies of American military spare parts which Tehran needs for its war with Iraq. He repeated that the final decision on the hostages will be made by the Iranian parliament. That parliament met today, then adjourned debate on the hostage issue until Sunday. Carter -Reagan debate slated next Tuesday night Final arrangements were settled late yesterday for the long awaited debate between President Carter and Republican opponent Ronald Reagan. The face-to-face meeting by the two leading presidential candidates will be broadcast from Cleveland next Tuesday night. Ruth Hinerfeld, chairman of the sponsoring League of Women Voters Education Fund, made the announcement after nearly two hours of discussions between strategists for the Democratic and Republican nominees. The 90-minute encounter will be divided into two equal segments. In the first half, four panelists will be permitted follow-up questions to their original inquiries and an opportunity will be provided to the candidates for a Following is a transcript of the Oct. 22 airing of TV-8's TARGET with COMNAVBASE, Capt. John H. Fetterman, Jr. Questions currently being researched will be answered in the GAZETTE upon completion. TARGET "rebutal. In the second half, the candidates will be permitted not only rebuttals, but also responses to their opponent's rebuttals in a format closer to formal debate rules. Howard K. Smith has been selected as moderator. Four panelists are still to be selected by the League. The two leading candidates continued their long distance campaign debates today, Reagan in Illinois, and Carter in Florida. Reagan told an audience in Herrin, Illinois, the president should have done more to free the 52 American hostages in Iran. He said he had some ideas on how to win their freedom, but couldn't discuss them publicly. In Miami, Carter quickly rose to the challenge, accusing Reagan of violating a pledge not to make the hostage crisis a political issue. Reagan aides say former Democratic Senator Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota is ready to endorse the the Republican candidate in a formal announcement in Ohio tomorrow night. Independent candidate John Anderson carried his beleaguered campaign to the slums of Elizabeth, New Jersey. with Captain John H. Fetterman, Jr. QUESTION 1. Is there any way we can get more self-help material, such as fencing, any faster? ANSWER 1. I would think so. Self-help is a great program and I encourage it, and I know the Public Works Officer does also. I'll look into it and see if we can speed up the process. QUESTION 2. I'd like to recommend that during your upcoming TV survey that you put collection boxes at such places as Gold Hill Barracks, the BOQ, and the exchange and commissary. A lot of people don't have access to the guard mail. ANSWER 2. That's a good idea. We'll do it. QUESTION 3. I understand that there was a meeting today concerning the waiting list for junior officer/CPO housing. Could you expand on this? .NSWER 3. J.O. housing has an 8 to 9 month wait while there are no problems with CPO housing. A survey was conducted and the results indicate that the way to solve the problem was to look at some of the CPO housing and combine the two lists. In reviewing that myself it looked as if it would not effect the chiefs and it would really solve the long wait of the junior officers. A decision should be forthcoming. QUESTION 4. I haven't received my absentee ballot yet and I sent in my post card application before I left the states. Is there anything that can be done about voting? -ANSWER 4. This question has come up before and it is difficult to give a specific answer because each state sends out absentee ballots at a different time. The best way to determine when your particular state does this is to contact Lieutanant Larry Wickham at 8511. We did send a message to the post offices in New York and Norfolk asking that they expedite absentee ballots bound for Guantanamo Bay. QUESTION 5. How can you have a military chain of command if there are civilians that sign special request chits? ANSWER 5. The civil service workers are a very important part of the Navy team, not only in the working level but in the supervisory level as well. For many years the supervisory personnel have had that authority and power. Power Down Day Monday This coming Monday has been designated POWER DOWN DAY. The week of October 27 -November 2, 1980 is the Navy's Third Energy Awareness Week and COMNAVBASE is asking base residents to voluntarily curtail the use of water and electricity. The Gazette and TV-8 has been showing everyone where we stand on the daily usage of energy and one of the goals of Energy Awareness Week is to see how far below our allowance we can go on Monday, October 27, 1980. Here are a few ideas of what can be done: a. Minimize the use of heavy energy appliances. b. Don't do any laundry, but if you have to, hang it outside to dry. c. Avoid using power tools. d. Don't wash your car. e. Take a cold shower. f. Plan your meals with energy crmsumption in mind. Use the backyard grill or prepare a simple meal. g. If no one's at home during the daytime, secure your air conditioners. More ideas will be mentioned in the days ahead, but remember, if you need it use it, if you don't need it, don't waste it. A federal court in Boston has ruled that some 650 Caribbean refugees can be sent to Puerto Rico. That ruling overturned one from a lower court, which banned the refugee transfer to Fort Allen. The ban was sought by Puerto Rican officials, who said construction at the base would cause environmental problems. Yesterday's decision comes as Florida officials say refugee camps must be closed immediately. Local officials in Miami Beach told hotels that they'll no longer guarantee hotel bills of 1,500 refugees. They say they're concerned that promised federal aid won't ever arrive. A detachment of Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 62 are busy transforming previously unused Fort Allen, Puerto Rico, into a refugee reception center. Since construction began, over 285 officers and men of the battalion have assisted in installing 16,500 linear feet of living area fencing; completed two galleys; and installed 126 strongback tents, a primary and secondary electrical system, a potable water distribution and sewer system, and four sanitary buildings. Currently they are building 13 additional sanitary buildings and one additional galley. They are also installing additional tents and clearing and grading grounds. It is estimated 2,500 man-days have been expended on labor thus far. NMCB 62, the "minuteman" battalion, is homeported inGulfport, MS. Roads, P.R., when tasking for assistance at Camp Allen, 75 miles from the Naval Base, was requested. An NMCB 62 detachment is presently aboard Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay. Refugees to Puerto Rico :i 't" J \ 1 _.

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Gua-anamo Gazgtte community bulletin board Community announcements may be sent to the Gazette office through Guard Mail Stop #53 or hand carried to the Public Affairs Office in the McCalla Admin BuildingDeadline for publication is 9 a.m. the previous working day. Bonafide emergency announcements will be accepted any time. Arouncements will be published at least once a week at the discretion of the Public Affairs Staff. Activities that -discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex, color orenational origin will not be accepted. The Public Affairs Staff reserves the right to edit all submissions. (AT-anytime, AWH-after working hours, OWHduring working hours) Effective Friday, October 24, new operating hours will be in effect for the Navy Exchange Main Retail Store and Sound Scene. The new hours will be: I Tuesday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. I Wednesday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This new schedule provides four addition shopping hours. The Navy Exchange Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plant will also modify its hours. Saturday hours will be expanded to 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. However, the Laundry Plant will be closed on Mondays. The 24-hour drop ox located on the side of the plant will be available at all times. Club Activities THE NAVY LEAGUE HAS DISTRIBUTED a copy of Congressional voting records to all Commands and the Base Library. These records are available to keep you abreast of how your Congressmen have been voting while you are away from your home of record. Incidently, this year every seat in the house is up for election, these voting records could be an aid to determined whoyou want to vote for. ATTENTION:: THE GUANTANAMO KENPO KARATE CLUB will be starting a new beginners course in the Chinese Kenpo, a mixture of Chinese Boxing and Chinese Kung Fu For registration and further information contact RP2 Washington 8550 DWH/ 98251 AWH, give age, name and phone number. THE HOURS FOR FILLING air tanks at the Naval Station Dive Locker are as follows: Monday -Friday 4:30 -7:30 p.m. Saturday 12 -4 p.m. Special Services THE CARIBBEAN ARTS & CRAFTS WORKSHOP invites anyone interested in selling or exhibiting in our Fall Outdoor Arts Show and Sale to please come forward! Whether you are a beginner in your craft or a very skilled artisian, YOU ARE WETCOMEI There's still time to become a member in good standing (nominal fee or $3) and reserve a space for your table at our next meeting Nov. 4, Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Show and Sale will be held Sunday, Nov. 16 from 1 -4 p.m. outdoors in front of the Navy Exchange. Call Carolyn Dunn at 8462 or Cheryl Dawson at 952261 for more details. Suuaton.e Gazette Captain John H. Fetterman Jr. Naval Station Commanding Officer The Guantanamo Gazette s published according to the ules and regulations for ship and station newspapers as outlined in NAVEOS P-35 and under the direction of the Naval Base Public Affairs Officer. Printed five times weekly atgovernment expense on government equipaet at the Nay Publications and Printing Service Branch Office,, the opinions or statements in news items that appear herein are not to be construed as official or as reflecting the vies of COMAVBASE or the Departme t of the Nay. ATTENTION: FIL-AM CLUB MEMBERS: The Fil-Am Club is having a Halloween costume contest on Sunday, Oct. 26 at the Fil-Am Clubhouse. Prizes will be awarded to the ugliest costumes. Games should start by noon. Have your kids win some games and have fun. There will also have "Hail" to new members of the Fil-Am Club. Come on down and bring your favorite dish and meet our new friends. THE COMMUNITY GOSPEL GROUP will conduct a service at 3 D.m. on Cot. 26 at the Base Chapel. Rosers L. Roberts will reside. The theme will be "Turn Back to God." The entire community is welcome. HALLOWEEN FACES EY LITTLE THEATRE Give your children a professionally created face for Halloween. Little Theatre make-up specialists will be at the W.T. Sampson Amphitheatre the evening of Oct. 31 creating little gobblins (up to age 8) from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. and older spooks (over 8 years) from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. All faces by appointments only. Little gobblins call Brenda at 90152; older spooks call Gretchen at 99187. Little goblits can choose from eight different faces at $1. Charges for older spooks slightly higher. ALL CHILDREN SIGNED UP FOR THE SWIM team being formed by Mr. Clarke should report to the i Villamar pool at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25 for tryouts. For more information contact Mr. Clarke at 90142 DWH. NAVAL STATION OFFICER'S WIVES are having a luncheon sponsored by the Admin Wives at the Yacht Club on Thursday, October 23, at 11:30 a.m. For reservations call 95400, 8601, or 8262 AT. THE SEABEE & CEC FAMILY BAR-B-QUE will be held Oct. 25th at the Deer Park Zoo cabana at 1 p.m. Bring your own meats and a cover dish or salad. Bring your ideas and suggestions on your up coming Seabee Ball. Come on out for a day and get aquainted. For more. information call Peggy 96215, Deborah 90283. ALL MALE MEMBERS OF THE RECENT Intercommand Bowling League that purchased ABC membership cards should see Jim Lee at Marblehead Hall. Opportunities PHOTOGRAPHY BY DIANA WILL BE offered at the Superlatives Dance. Have your portrait done in a creative, tropical setting while you enjoy the music and fun! 2(5X7) portraits in frame folders and 8 wallets will be offered for $10. A special note. The Protestant Sen.or Choir rehearsal hours for Thursday nights has been changed to 7:30 p.m. and the Christmas Cantata rehearsal changed to 8:30 p.m. Please made note of this new time. ATTENTION, THE-AREA AROUND THE FERRY LANDING on Mcealla'and'Leeward Point is off limits to all divers and swimmers. Page sOdas Protestant Junior Choir Rehearsal, Base Chapel, 3:15 p.m. Protestant Senior Choir Rehearsal, Base Chapel, 7:30 p.m. Christmas Cantata Choir Rehearsal, Base Chapel, 8:30 p.m. Roman Catholic mass, Leeward Chapel, 11:30 a.m. Karate Class, 5 p.m., Marina Point 211A. GTM0 Bay Chess Club meeting 6 -10 p.m., Special Services conference room. L.A. Community College registration 12 noon -5 p,m, behind downtown lyceum. (8307) ODU Fall Term registration, 9 a.m. -:1 p.m. behind downtown lyceum.(8307) Special Services slimnastics & aerobic dancing (adult women)7 -9 p.m. Wives Information Seminar at CPO Club Harbor Lights Lounge, 9 a.m., Commander, U.S. Naval Base is hosting this seminar. Guantanamo Bay Motocross Association meeting 7 p.m. at 364D Kittery Beach Guantanamo Bay's Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting 7:30 p.m. Program by Mr. & Mrs. Groendyke Guantanamo Bay Motocross Association meeting at 7 p.m., Kittery Beach 364D Tomorrow' Roman 'Catholic mass. 11:35 a.m. Base Chapel Pentacostal prayer meeting, Pentacostal Church, Bay Hill Road, 7 p.m. A.A. meeting, Conference.room of Human Resources Bldg. (Hook) 8 p.m. (open) (952236, 99280, 99181) The Christian Coffee House (Hook) open 7 -12 p.m. Branch Dental Clinic will be closed. Emergencies seen as usual. October telephone b_11 cutoff date by 3:30 p.m., also subscribers with green delinquent slips. Navy Wives Club of Ame.ica #131 "Energy Awareness Essay Contest'deadline. WT. Sampson Elementary School office, ($15, $10, & $5 awards) L.A. Community College registration,12 noon -5 p.m. behind downtown lyceum. (8307) ODU Fall Term registration, 9 a.m. -1 p.m. behind downtown lyceum(8307) Parents of Steven Valentine to chapron the Teen Club (8402/952265) Saturn Roman Catholic Folk Mass, G p.m., Rite of Reconciliation, 5 -5:30 p.m., Base Chapel. Seventh Day Adventist Church meets, McCalla Chapel, 9:30 a.m. (8638 Weir) Karate Class meets 9:30 a.m., Marina Point 211-A The Christian Coffee House (The Hook) is open 7 -12 p.m. The New Socializers of Guaptatamo Bay festivities for Pre-teenagers & Parents. 4 hours of it beginning at 2 p.m. Adults with BYOB affair at 9 p.m. ODU Fall Term registration, behind dofwntown-lyceum from 9 a.m. -1 p.m. (8307) LA Community College registration, behind downtown lyceum 9 -1 p.m. (8307) Seabee Families BBQ, Deer Park Zoo cabana, 1 p.m. (96215/90283) December 22nd Christmas Show auditions, 6 -8 p.m. (952294 /95597). Parents of Cora Wais to dhapron the Teen Club. (8402/952265) Little Theatre December 22nd Christmas show auditions at 6 -8 p.m. (952294 or 95597) Swim team tryouts, Villamar pool at 6 p.m. (90142 DWH) Thursday October 23. 1980 Educational TENNIS ANYONE? LACCO is now offering a 10-week, 30-hour noncredit course in Beginning Tennis. The community service course will start Oct. 29 and meet Monday's and Wednesdays from 5 -6:30 p.m. You must be 18 years or older to register. Call 8307 for more information. Blue Caribe BLUE CARIBE SPECIAL OF THE MONTH: Thursday, Oct. 23 "Cuban Night" Menu Paella/arroz valenciana/vegetable/ salad bar/rolls w/butter/coffee or iced tea. $5.50 calendar ""I rriav4-

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Thursday Octob23, 1980 udder nonsense Guantanamo Gazette There are five people on production and one secratary at the dairy. Milk is not the only product Yougart, sour cream, fruit drink and cottage cheeze are also made at the dairy. For Thanksgiving they will make egg-nog. Milk production is done on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. On Tuesday and Thursday the dairy manufactures various other milk products and fruit beverages. "I'd like people to know that we don't use powdered milk here," Mr. Pogsn said. "Our product is reconstituted milk, from non-fat, dryed milk solid which should not be confused with any non-dairy (chemical) powdered milk product," he went on to say. "In our procedure we mix vitamin A and vitamin D, water, vegetable fat and dryed milk solids. During pasturization the product is mixed and heated, to the proper temprature then homogenized and cooled before moving into the surge, or holding tank," the plant manager said. Page 3 TOP LEFT-Contact Dairies building. ABOVE-Milk solids in dry storage. A STAINLESS STEEL COW? Chicago based Contact International Inc. has a contract to operate a Navy owned milk plant here, that is better known as "The Dairy". It was in 1967 that the complete facility was installed. The milk plant serves both the Naval Station and ships that come here. "The average number of gallons of milk produced each week depends upon the flow of ships and the demands of the various Naval Station activities," said plant manager Martin Pogsn, in a recent interview. "We produce anywhere from four thousand to ten thousand gallons per week," he added. From there it is packaged into pints, quarts and 6 gallon containers. Sanitation is a prime concern at the dairy. Not only are samples taken and analyzed in the lab on the premises but quality control is also monitored by the base veterinarian. He sends the samples that he gathers to Fort Meade in Virginia, where studies are conducted on chemical and bacteriological findABOVE-Milk is being poured by the machine and hand packed for delivery. BELOW-Workers maintain a fast pace to keep up with production. ABOVE-Milk is being processed. BELOW-Yougart is being packed. PHOTOS by PH3 Dave Armstrong. Hea These samples are taken from the dairy at random, dates and times are never announced. The 'soft-serve' ice cream and silk shakes currently being served at the galleys around the base are prepared at the dairy. The production orders are flooding into the plant which means the product is moving rapidly or more simply, people really like it. You won't hear any cows lowing at the dairy and there aren't any bales of hay scattered about. technology has refined the process. Thanks to that technology, wholesome milk products are offered from this facility and every day is as busy as the last. It has taken years of testing and research to make possible a process that preserves flavor while remaining both sanitary and efficient. The stringent controls on the environment in which the products are made require regular checks and re-checks, to maintain the high quality. The milk plant is applied knowledge, a delicate balance of science and nature. RIGHT-On the way. All deliveries come from cold storage, up the conveyer belt and onto the truck.

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P.Lgt 4 xYa-t6? rn (Ca A/aJouree' Fidoi OcLtAt ft CU6 is'ooi fuff' FUN AS The Cub Scouts of Guantanamo Bay want you to know that there is something special for you this week-end. Stop by the Cub Scout Hut for a scar or two. The Cub Scout Hut is located on the road to Cuzco Beach. You can't miss it. Just look for the Pack 401 sign. Thursday October 23, 1980 MlBoro GITMO BAY CUBA 0 tober 2526, 980I Swimming A swim team is presently being organized for children between the ages of 5 and 18 years old. Mr. Clinton Clark will provide more information. He can be reached at 90142, however participants should be able to swim the following: 6 yrs. & under 10 to 15 yards 7 yrs. to 8 yrs. 15 to 25 yards 9 yrs. to 10 yrs. 25 to 50 yards 11 yrs. and older 50 to 100 yards Try-outs will be held on Saturday at the Villamar pool at 6:00 p.m. '68 Olds station wagon. Will run but needs some engine work. As is, $150. Mrs. Green; 8828 DWH, 97280 AWH Refrigerator/freezer, frost free. Best offer over $50. 8774 DWH, 951060 AWH '71 Ford LTD Brougham, good condition, PS, PB runs well, asking $400. Call 8679 DWH or can be seen at Ordnance Triangle DWH. Ask fo: Jack 13' Fiberglass boat w/50 hp electric start Johnson motor, trailer and accessories. All in excellent shape, $950. Call 95487 AT. 21" color TV Admiral, $50, needs adjustment; set Disney World Encyclopedias, $50; set junior encyclopedias, (Britannica), $100. Call 8544 DWH or 8398 AWH. Tandem bicycle, $65; picnic table, $10; Sansui G-2000 receiver, $190; Sansui speaker, $50; GE 5,000 BTU A/C for parts, $25. Call 99246 AWH. Three 6,000 BTU A/C, Whirlpool, 10,000 Feders A/C. Call 90230 AT. Spanish style dinette set/w four chairs, godd condition. $125, but will negotiate. Call 8408 DWh or 98296 AWH. Motorcycle parts, used clutch cables & new for F6. F7 Kawaski & Honda 175; various sets of points; various gaskets; Honda 90 engine,$40; front & rear shocks; engine parts for Kawaski & Honda 175, tachometer; 175 Honda for parts, 575; European Yamaha 180cc complete for parts or can be made to run, $75; 12,000 BTU Fedders needs motor, $50; front & rear rims for motorcycles,; new 5 over piston & rings for Kawaski 100. No reasonable offer refused. Call 95462 DWH/96150 AWH. Two TV antenna's, one used, one new color, $35 for both; 20 gallon aquarium, hood w/light, under water filter, (no pump) all extras, $35; Tyco command control race track, used 3 or 4 times, $30. Call 96290 AWH. Folk guitar, $40; electric guitar, $60. Call 90102 or 95338 DWH ask for SSGT Lockwood. Schedule FM 103 SPORTS SCHEDULE Fri. BKB: Sea. Sonics at L.A. Lakers (Game time 9:30 p.m.) Sat. FB: UCLA at California (Game time 3:30 p.m.) FB: Notre Dame at Arizona (Game time 9:30 p.m.) Sun. FB: N.E. Patriots at Buffalo (Game time 1:00 p.m.) FB: Chi. Bears at Phila. Eagl. (Game time 4:00 p.m.) FB: S.D. Chargers at Dallas (Game time 9:00 p.m.) Men's set of golf clubs (3-9 irons, PW, putter, 1,3,5 wood) in bag plus attached pull golf cart for $125.00 Ladiesset of golf clubs (3-9 iron, putter, 2 wood only) in bag for $60 Both in excellent shape. Beginner's set of clubs (3,5,7,9 iron, putter, 1,3 wood) in bag, fair shape $20.00 Call Archie at 8350 AWH. Aluminum factory made 27' pontoon beat, Evinrude 25 & accessories, excellent for families, diving and fishing. Can be seen at Naval Station boat shed slip 7, boat name 'Super Bee'. Serious inquiries only call at 8446 ask for Bill Sloan. Dodge Dart 1970, 2-door hard top, in good running condition; best offer. Call 8162 DWH/98171 AWH. Golf clubs, Jack Nicklaus pro set includes 1,3.5 woods, 3,9 irons with p/w. All leather pro bag. Must see to appreciate. $260, or best offer. Contact George Goddin at 8527 DWH'/951094 AWH. Wee Bakery oven $5, 2 qt. crock pot $5, pyrex tube for baking breads $4, salton ice cream machine fits in freezer $5. Call 90194 AT. Chevy Impala needs timing chain, $150.00 firm. Fisher turntable model MT-6225, less than 6 months old. MS2 Hancock at 952231 AWH or 95519 DWH. Found Watch--in vicinity of Marina Point, early morning on Oct. 22. To claim call 8402 and identify. W anted Windshield to fit a 1964 Plymouth Valiant. Call 64366 DWH. Vanity dresser, wooden coffee table. Call Mike at 8553/8338 DWH. Services Dependable person to house sit for anyone during the next few months so wife and parents can visit. Will take care of plants and pets. Call Bryan. 8324 DWH, 951137 AWH. Leave message for room EGOS Wanted Vaporizer in good condition, will pay reasonable pricd. Call 99246 AWH. Alternator for '69 Pontiac. Call 96183 AT. Marblehead hall manager Jim Lee at rig Dick Monroe. Bowling Cl On Saturday and Sunday the Third Annual Marlboro Classic bowling tournament will be held at Marblehead hall, sponsored by Philip Morris International. Dick Monroe, a representative of Philip Morris International is here to work with Special Services Director, Dennis Brusnahan in co-ordinating the tournament. There are about 130 entries in competition for cash prizes. Following the tournament, there will be a banquet for the contestants at the CPO Club where Italian cuisine will be featured. ght, with Philip Morris repre: assic slated ,,. -entitiv At 9:00 p.m. an awards ceremony will be conducted for all the tournament winners This i:the third annual Marlboro Classic bowling tournament and Dick Monroe said, "For next year we're working on the idea of including a golf match with the bowling tournament, to make a more complete sports weekend." Each entry will recieve a Mrlboro travel bag, a tee shirt and a patch just for entering. You don't have to smoke cigarettes to enjoy the Marlboro Classic. Marblehead hall is where the action will be this weekend, spectators are welcome. College Top Twenty 20 The Unitied Press International board of coaches top twenty colleg football ratings after seven weeks, with first-place votes and records in parentheses. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Alabama (36) (6-0) 620 Texas (2) (5-0) 541 UCLA (3) (5-0) 532 Notre Dame (1) (5-0) 472 Georgia (6-0) 436 Florida State (6-1) 377 North Carolina (6-6)) 352 Nebraska (5-1) 315 Southern California (5-0-1) 293 Ohio State (5-1) 265 11. 12. 13. 14, 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. Pittsburgh (5-1) Penn State (5-1) Baylor (6-0) Arkansas (4-1) South Carolina (6-1) Missouri (5-1) Oklahoma (3-2) Brigham Young (5-1) Washington (5-1) Southern Mississippi (6-0) 190 172 159 87 74 44 43 26 14 13 Marine Barracks bullseye A 4U0 point competition rifle match was held on October 17 at the base rifle range. The course consisted of ten shots off-hand, ten rapid shots at 200 yards from a sittings position, ten rapid shots at 300 yards from a prone position and ten slow-fire shots at 500 yards from a prone position. A special "fun match" was held after the regular match. This consisted of ten shots off-hand from the 500 yard line. The regular match course was won by the Marine Barracks team with 1,236 points out of a possible 1,600 points. Second place went to the Ordinance team with 1,036 points and PWD running a close third with 933 points. The high point shooters were; Captain Carl Fisher with 334 points out of a possible 400, EAl Jim Strickland with 325 points and Sgt. Mark Joyce with 317. The special "fun match" was won by SSgt. James Hickox with 73 points out of a possible 100. EAl Jim Strickland was second with 72 points and AO1 Dave Bates took third with 66 points. ENERGY. We can't afford waste it. ,DAILY ENERGY USEAGE-> D2 WATER Consumption: 1,250,000 GALLC-S Target: 1,000,000 Gallons ELECTRICITY Consumption: 275,100 KWH Target: 292,000 KWH classifiedclassifieds.******* -----------sentitivw


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