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1 V1*I v L. I»^, Vol 21 No 161. Mananas Variety? Micronesia s Leading Newspaper Since 1972 Friday October 30, 1992 Saipan, MP Serving CNMI for 20. Years Marshalls seeks $20M from US By Giff Johnson MAJIJRO - Six years ago, protectionists in the United States eliminatedaseries of tax and trade incentives in the compacts of free association with the Marshall Islands and Federated States of Micronesia that were designed to stimulate foreign investment and b eak the islands dependency cm aid from Washington. Inexchangeforthecuts,theUS provided the Marshalls withaslo million development fund and promised an additional $20million for development This week themajuro, Marshalls Foreign Minister T a n Kijiner said thatrelations with the USduringthe six years of die Compact have been good. But, he said, while the US Congress was appropriating the annual budget as agreed to in the Compact, there are other commitments the US has not lived up to. The US promised the Marshall Islands another $20 million in development assistance. They haven t provided it In recent testimony before the US Congress, Marshalls official Oscar debrun said that the axing of die preferential tradeprovisionshadcost the Marshall more than $55 million. KijinersaidtheMarshallsiswakmg with the US to provide the additional funds. We ve already discussed it with thenew(us)ambassadoinmajuio, he said And the State Department wants to discuss it He said that he had authorized Marshalls Washington Ambassador Wilfred Kendall to talk with the State Department about the additional $20 million development fund to offset the affect of the changed terms of the Compact s tax and trade incentives. We know that money is tight but it s a commitment they have to live with, he said. A week ago, the People s Republic of China and the Marshalls signed a joint venture agreement to establish the country s first garment factory. Resources and Development Secretary Donald Capelle said the garment factory will targetthe Americanmarket. Kijiner added that unlike China, the Marshalls has no quota limits on exports of garments to the US. But the Marshalls has had difficulty in attracting foreign investment for export industries since duty free status to the USwas removed for items such as shoes and garments. Gov t withdraws assault complaint By Gaynor Dumat-ol A GOVERNMENT prosecutor bas withdrawn the complaint against a suspect in an aggravated assault and battery incident nearly three months ago that partly paralyzed a young man. Assistant Attorney General Cheryl M. Gill asked the Superior Court Monday to dismiss the charge against Godwin Brel because the victim, L estin Rekemsik, 20, was reluctant to testify. We couldn t get the victim to testify, Gill said in a telephone interview. Gill hinted that the government might refile the case in 90 days, the deadline given by Superior Court Judge Alex Castro when he granted the motion to dismiss. The suspect was supposed to face jury trial Monday when the government prosecutor withdrew the case. Based on the A ttorney General s latest information, Gill said, the victim was still impaired. Brel was accused of hitting Rekemsik s back with à stainless steel baseball bat one night in early August at Marianas Inn. The attack partly paralyzed Rekemsik who had to be airlifted to Guam for treatment. A police repot earlier said prior to the alleged attack, Brel saw Rekem sik touching P atricia Matagolan, the former ^ alleged common-law wife. continued on page 9 CUC to disconnect delinquent clients RESIDENTIAL power consumers who have refused to pay their bills for more than 60 or 90 days will be disconnected from the public power service tomorrow, Commonwealth Utilities Corp. (CUC) Executive D irector Ramon S. Guerrero announced Wednesday. This is a last resat. Although there is reluctance on our part, we have to do this because people are not paying their bills, Guerrero said in an interview yesterday. Actually, CUC implemented a disconnection drive a few months back. This has been very effective in treating our delinquency rate and we plan to do this again and again if need be, be said. He said about 50 of those whose power connections were cut off earlier had not been reconnected to the system. Guerrero said 10 utility crew members would go around the island tomorrow to cut off CUC power to customers who have disregarded repeated notices for overdue payment. Exempted from the disconnection are low-income families covered by the LIHEAPprogram, the Man Amko and MIHA housing residents. The number of customers to be affected by the disconnection drive was notknownbutguerrero said CUC had about $2 millioi worth of collectibles from residential users whose bills have continued to pile up every m onth I know the times are hard and our people are having trouble with their finances, but the least they could do is to come to our offices and make arrangements as tohow they wouldpay their utility bills, he said. He said the firm s payment offices in Lower Base and San Jose will be open until 5 p.m. tomorrow to receive payments. Guerrero adviced. delinquent customers to settle at least part of their overdue accounts to avoid a $130 reconnection fee. continued on page 10 Jk j& s â R U D Y Munoz, a painter, was among the busy workers cleaning and preparing tombs Thursday at the cemetery In Chalan Kanoa in preparation for All Saints Day (Sunday) and All souls' Day (Monday), the annual Catholic religious holidays. Cemetery prepared for AH Souls Day CATHOLICS are reminded that prayers are more important than flowers and food as they prepare to visit cemeteries Sunday and Monday to honor the saints and their dead. What is important is prayer, Father Robert Embile of the Diocese of Chalan Kanoa said in an interview Wednesday on the yearly commemoration of All Saints Day and All Souls Day. As a tradition, Catholics go to cemeteries in either or both of the two dates, bringing flowers, candles and, in some cases even food, along with prayer booklets. Embile said bringing flowers and food in the cemetery is a pagan practice. What must be fostered is prayer f a the dead, Embile said. Make the day more quiet and peaceful. Too much emphasis on the flowers and other material symbols of the two occasions is a corruption of the religious practice, said the priest. But unlike flowers, Embile said lighting of candles is an essential part of commemoration of All Saints and All Souls Days. Lighting of candles represents the presence of Christ. Remember that light is associated with Christ, Embile said. The Nov. 1 commemoration, Embile said, is to honor the saints who have all been victorious against temptations. We celebrate All Saints Day just like we celebrate heroes. Saints are models for all of us. D uring All S ain ts Day, Catholics are expected to pray to the saints for help a guidance or just to say thanks for favors continued on page 9 fo c, N ô u X p o p e T S k c J C s

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NO. : FAX NO. : ( A Division of Carmen Safeway Enterprises) Police officials fired on illegal gambling ties MANILA (AP) - President Fidel Ramos ordered a regional police chief and a provincial police commander relieved Wednesday after they were were implicated in illegal gambling. National Police Director General Raul Imperial said Ramos also ordered an investigation of the allegations against Chief SuperintendentDioscorro Yorro and Albay province police com mander Rolando Albano. Rep. Leandro Verceles said in a speech to the House of Representatives that Yorro was the kingpin of illegal gambling in the Bicol peninsula of southeastern Luzon. Verceles made the speech after newspapers reported that Yorro implicated him in a flourising numbers racket. Verceles also identified Governor Romeo Salalima of Albay province and Albano, provincial police commander, as protecting gambling, particularly the illegal numbers game called jueteng. The three officials could not be reached for comment because of poor telephone lines. (Gambling) will not work without the support or approval of the highest officials of the area and the provincial commander, Verceles said. Right now we must really do something about jueteng in this country, Verceles said. It is destroying the moral fiber of the police. Talk to anybody there and they will tell you I don t want to talk to the police because precisely it s the police that could be behind it. Verceles alleged that Yorro had received 8.6 m illion pesos (5344,000) from gambling operators this month. Imperial said that the national police leadership will relieve commanders who are unable to stop the numbers game in their areas. After futile wait for rapture, leaders admit wrong revelation MANILA (AP) - About 200 B a n Again Christians danced, sang and talked of seeing angles as they waited f a Jesus to beam them to heaven. Hours later, their Koreanleaders were begging forgiveness f a a wrongrevelation. The faithful, including infants, crowded into a third flow loft in suburban Quezon City to await the rapture, when Jesus would carry believers to heaven at 11 pjn. (1500 gmt). As the departure time approached, the congregation danced, sang and embraced one another. Soon, we will be looking face to face at Jesus, announced Esther Choi, 23, a Korean missionary from the Mission for the Caning Days, the largest of the Korean doomsday churches. During a break in the songs, congregation members stood up to tell of having seen angels and even Jesus. One woman claimed she had died and was given a tour of heaven and hell before being sent back as a witness. But anticipation turned to confusion and then disappointment as the wallclock registered 11 p.m., with no sign of any Second Coming of Jesus. As the wait for Jesus draggedon, reporters were banging a t the door of the single entrance to the loft, which had been barricaded by the worshippers with stacks of chairs. Three American missionaries from the Arise And Shine Evangelist Association, which operates Bible schools in the Philippines, managed to bluff their way pas t the barricades and the guards. The three then drifted through the congregation preaching that the whole event was a scam perpetrated by Korean hucksters from the Mission of the Caning Days. That man is a fraud, one of the Americans, Dirk Wood of Pensacola, Floida, told worshippers. We believe in the rapture but we don t believe anyone can predict when it will happen. Filipino group leaders privately told the Americans they agreed with them but they were afraid that worshippers might run amok if they realized they had been had. These are Filipinos, you understand, one of the congregation leaders whispered to Wood. South Korea deploys cops at 200 doomsday churches By B.J. Lee SEOUL, South K orea (AP) - Fifteen minutes after the deadline passed for what believers said would be the beginning of the end of the world, the minister at South Korea s largest doomsday church told his congregation, Sorry _ let s go home. Nothing has happened, said the Rev. Chang Man-ho, parishioners reported. Let s go home. Let s go back to a normal life, he said. Some 2,500 parishcners filed out of the church expressing emotions ranging from disappointment to depression. Most tried to avoid the 1,000 curiosity - seekers and police outside. It s just not the time for Jesus to come, said Chung Dong-bun, 53. There will be another time. Believers had expected rapture _ the ascent to heaven _ at midnight (1500 GMT). Seven years of apocalypse would follow, bringing the Earth s annihilation and the second coming of Christ, they believed. Singing could be heard from inside Seoul s main doomsday church, the Mission for the Coming Days, after midnighl A police searchlight scanned the darkness outside, and 200 riot police stood a block away, ready to move in to try to prevent any suicides a other extreme actions. Officials had worried some believers might despair when the prediction failed to come true; No suicides had been reported an hour after the deadline. The Mission for the Coming Days claims 10,000 members. Police estimate the total number of doomsday believers at 20,000. All but believers were barred from the churches today, and it was unclear how many were inside the five-story red brick headquarters. A closed-circuit television outside had shown parishioners inside kneeling on cushions, singing and raising their arms as a chorus sang and a steel guitar played hymns. Jesus is coming, they screamed. But the televsioi was smashed by a teen-ager, Lee Hang-Sup, whose brother was inside the church. He was arrested after a scuffle. One woman threw a black purse from a fifth-story window containing what looked like, housekeys. See you in heaven, said a mother with baby on her back, who was outside the church. Thousands more riot police have been deployed at some 200 other doomsday churches in Seoul and elsewhere. Police said fire engines, ambulances and rescue vehicles also were deployed. The ch u rch s 46-year-old founder, Lee Jan-rim, has warned followers to restrain themselves in case today is not the end. He is in jail on charges of swindling followers of up to $4 million. Prosecutors said Lee had $380,000 w ath of bonds that mature as late as next May. They said that proved he did not expect the w ald to end. Hundreds and possibly thousands of Korean believers have sold property, abandoned their families, quit schools and jobs and deserted military posts. Pacific islands to restrict fishing by US, Asian ships SUVA, Fyi (AP) - Eight Pacific island nationsagreed Wednesday to restrict US and Asian fishing vessels in their waters in an attempt to conserve rich tuna stocks. The draft treaty signed by representatives to the South Pacific Forum Fisheries Agency would limit to 200the number of foreign purse seine boats allowed wiihin their 200-mile (320-kilometer) territorial limits. Agency director Sir Peter Kenilorea said that would include 55 US vessels. The rest would come mainly from Japan, Taiwan and South Korea. Kenilorea said several Asian countries, particularly Japan, had com plained about the lim it. However, he said, island states are determined to enforce it with the help of surveillance flights by the Australian and New Zealand air forces. Signers of the treaty were N auru, K iribati, M arshall Islan d s, Papua New G uinea, S o lo m o n Isla n d s, T u v a lu, Palau and the Federated States of Micronesia. ADB launches loan program in Marshalls By Giff Johnson MAJURO - The Asian DeveiopmentBankislaunchingamultiyear development loan program designed to boost Marshall Islands exports and turn around the current trade imbalance in the economy. The value of loans provided to themarshalls during thenextthree years is expected to reach S30 million, according to government officials. Imports - primarily food products, alcohol and sodas - now outpace exports by a 20-to-l margin, accading to government statistics. The oily export of significance from the Marshalls is coconut oil from сорта. This is unsustainable in the long run, said Paul McCabe, ADB program officer for the Marshall. The ADB s long term objectiveistolessenthecountry s dependence and encourage selfreliance. ADB is doing this by selecting key sectors of the economy to assist! We re starting with the strong points of the Marshalls. he said. The first loan from ADB has gone to finance the building of long line fishing vessels and to launch a fisheries training school in the Marshalls. ADB is putting in about $6.9 million for the project. Once the fishing fleet is constructed and in operation, ADB projects that it could learn the Marshalls S12-14 million in annual exports. This is part of a larger fisheries effo t (by the government), he said. McCabe added that the government is bringing in its own fishing boats and that fishermen trainedin the ADB-funded school would be available to man the government s ships, as well as those the ADB is financing. We will make a contribution to the goal of lessening dependence by raising expats significantly, he said. A fleet of 10 long lineiishing vessels is expected to arrive in the Marshalls in early November to boost the tuna expats to Hawaii and Japan. McCabe saidthatduririg 1993, the ADB will finance a study of agriculture programs in the Marshalls that is expected to lead to a loan in One area that the ADB will address is improving the copra industry. Ifwecanhelp(copra), we ve helped Joe outer island. If the copra industry is more efficient, everyone benefits," he said. The ADB will also encourage production of more local crops to reduce imports. We need to build a few more successes, here, McCabe said. Search for Korean vessel continues AGANA,Guam (AP)-TheCoast Guard continued to search today f a a South Korean freighter that hasn t been heard from since trying to avoid Typhoon Colleen eight days ago. The 875-foot ship Daeyang H otey and its 28-member crew were headed from Australia to Japan with a load of iron ore when the last radio message heard from the ship on Oct. 20 said it was turning west to avoid the typhoon. It hasn t been heard from since. emergency radio transmitting beacon and concluded the ship s position at the time to be very close to the then-passing typhooi. A Navy aircraft later found the beacon, along with an unmanned life raft and some debris. Coast Guard, Navy and privately-chartered planes are taking part in the search 900 miles west-southwest of Guam, and are being assisted by two ships in the area owned by the same company that owns the freighter. t FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND V1EWS-3 /-, г, у у, ALL SOUL S DAY уу/ /у/,лгул/х/ WREATHS CROSS HEARTS BIBLES ANGELS New Hours: Garapan, Gualo Rai & Susupe 8:00a.m. - 9:Ô0p.m. Mon-Sat. 10:00a.m. -9:00p.m. Sun. 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3 4-MARIÀNAS VARIETY NEWS AND VffiWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER j-a ^ ÿÿavp «W * <>*<. A good b u sin ess ad vice THE SAIPAN Chamber of Commerce on Monday brought up the need for a full-time economic p la n n in g agency to provide direction for the Commonwealth economy. The proposal is long overdue. If an economic p la n n in g agency was provided in the Covenant, a substantial part of which deals with the local economy, the CNMI might not be in the mess that it is now. The main reason for the CNMI s exemption from the federal minimum wage and immigration laws was economic: it was meant to allow the Northern Marianas to tap the cheap labor pool of Asia to develop the local economy. But there were no safeguards. An economic p la n n in g agency would have provided guidelines on how to maximize benefits from the twin privileges while, at the same time, imposing limits to prevent abuse. A planning agency would have determined, even before the CNMI started hiring foreign workers, how many nonimmigrant laborers the Northern Marianas could hire without stretching its infrastructure system beyond its limits. The agency would have dictated the type, size and number of industries that should be encouraged in the CNMI, considering local resources, including the indigenous labor force. As it were, the Commonwealth government and the private sector are now being accused by the mainland government and industry of using the exemptions to circumvent US laws and to exploit workers from the poor countries of Asia. TheUS Congressis still waiting for action on labor abuses, the heavy dependence on imported labor and the competition posed by the duty-free garment industry to their mainland counterparts. To date, even the task force formed by Governor Lorenzo I. Guerrero to study the minimum wage issue has not completed its assignment. Sources said the task force was not even planning to come up with a single recommendation; instead, a compilation of different industry positions would be submitted to the governor. The governor will still have to make his pick. At this time, an economic planning agency may still help the Northern Marianas find solutions to its current problems, mostly economic in nature. The government should heed the cham ber s advice. The Northern Marianas needs an economic planning agency, one that is totally free from politics and staffed by competent and qualified people whose primary task will be to provide a clear direction for sustainable, people-oriented growth. Serving the Commonwealth for 20 years Published Monday to Friday By Younis Art Studio, Inc. Nick Legaspi...Editor Rafael H. Arroyo... Reporter Ma.Gaynor 1. Dumat-o)...Reporter P.O. Box 231, Saipan MP Tel. (670) /7578/9797 Fax: (670) Member of The Associated Press 1992, Marianas Variety All Rights Reserved A Meeting Place For Our Opinions.. And Yours... POST-DEBATE CONVENTIONAL WISDOM WATCH CUNTON BUSH PEROT Q N0 MWoR BLUNDERS... EMPHASIZED CHKN&E. ASK MY BUDDY,CilA 15 NOT A QOOD ANSWER To WHAT DO You PLAN To Do ABOUT THE ECONOMY? KEEP E M LAUGHlNGt AND THEY LL FORGET YOU RE A QUITTER. For many generations, we have relied upon our individual and collective strengths as a people to protect our integrity even in the most adverse conditions, i.e., the arrival of the Spanish Missionaries,etc. Though we were conquered, our ancestors were united in their last ditch efforts to retain and perpetuate our sense of peoplehood. Our cultural traditions have kept us a truly unified people. It is this sense of community that has allowed our ancestors to endure all that the elements of change have brought to our shores. Over the last decade, however, we have seen the arrival of windfall affluence in the Northern Marianas Community which came from the lease of large parcels of family land. It is also this very element which gave birth to a sense of independency among families here. Once we relied upon ^W ASHINGTON - As espionage yams go, the story unfolding inside the Drug enforcement Adm in istratio n borrow s m ore heavily from the slap-stick antics of the Pink Panther s Inspector Clouseau than an Ian Fleming novel. Congressional investigators are finding that some of DEA s most sensitive computer secrets could be at risk - not from high-tech hackers or black-bag jobs, but just simple sloppiness. In one case, a sensitive document was found lying unattended in a FAX machine tray in a regional DEA office. I had been transmitted from a foreign country, and disclosed the name and Social Security number of an undercover DEA agent working overseas, as well as details of an (»going DEA operation. this and other examples turned Jr s Agenda by John DelRosario up during a months-long probe of DEA computer security by congressional investigators,revealing sometimes gaping holes in the security systems of the front-line agency in the war on drugs. Other examples include: - A DEA com m unications equipm ent operator obtained sensitive criminal investigative data from the DEA s own database, Narcotics and Dangerous Drug Information System, or NADDIS, and admitted to unlawfully disclosing the information to a drug trafficker under investigation by the agency. DEA was told that the suspected drug trafficker had paid the communications equipment operates for the information. - A foreign service national working in a DEA foreign office was granted unauthorized access to the NADDIS system and obtain I REPRESENT HOPE FoR CHANÔE... IT TAKES COURAGE To chanse... if You WANT CHANGE-1 CHALLENGE YO) To GW66..A CHAM&fc CHALLENGE me deal... IF 1AYEARS WERE any bvs&er THEY D RE THE FEDERAL DEFICIT. burning. This is hardly true anymore. We have adopted a new attitude 1 have the money. I no longer need help from my family and relatives. Out the window goes the very essence of our strength unity. Unity has taken on a new definition independency! How sad that at one point the very foundation of unity and strength of the social fibre of our people rested on nothing else but cultural tradition. That very foundation has been shaken, if not, weakened by a tremor I wish to dub as money. Some can even afford a sense of complacency and indifference. Even the needs of their children for parental guidance is replaced by the power that money could buy or op luxury items, i.e., new automobiles and a loaded sound system for Maria and Jose. That oughtlokeep their mouths shut until all hell breaks loose. Never sensitive criminal information over a two-to three-year period in violation of DEA policy. -A contractor data analyst accessed sensitive NADDIS investigative information outside of her official duties. Specifically, the analyst obtained sensitive information on a pending investigation of an individual she was dating. - In some instances, DEA employees used obvious passwords like DEA, or shared passwords, or even worse, left passwords taped to computer terminals. DEA s assistant administrator of the Intelligence Division, David Westrate, defends his agency s security systems. DEA is not leaking information, he recently told a congressional panel. Our investigations have not been compromised, nor is there any evidence to show that lives have continued on page 5 Jr s.., ( continued from page 4 This experience has really led to the gradual disintegration of thefamilyunil What s even more mind numbing is the virulent ripple effects of this very break down. Itcomes in tiny little waves one right after the other. The destructive effects are found in the powerful but invisible under currents which wreck every social fibre in what I call familial unity into particles of hopelessness. Confusion sets-in! Well, chances of focusing on what went wrong is further crushed by other equally mitigating circumstances beyond our ability to sort out our thoughts rationally. This social phenomenon comes in the form of fearful black clouds hovering over the N orthern Marianas Community. It will devour our cultural values beyond recognition. I wonder if there s hope to resolve this familial break down. Maybe. But friends we need not feed this ugly giant. Rather, let s build up our sense of courage and strength to put this giant out of its misery. * * * Washington.. been endangered as a result of. compute information leaks. Rep. Robert Wise Jr., D-W. Va., chairman of the House subcommittee on government information, expressed his growing concern in a letter to Attorney General William B an earlier this year. I am troubled by DEA s carelessness in handling the security of classified informatioa In fact, it reflects a leyel of casualness which is not acceptable for a professional federal agency, and particularly one whichis involved in the dangerous business of fighting the nation s war on drugs. In one of the most egregious security lapses, congressional investigators found a computer system that contained data used by agents to monitor suspected drug trafficker s telephone calls. It was located in a room with a broken lock on the door. The password to the system and instructions on how to retrieve information had been left in plain view beside the computer, the name and phone number of a drag suspect was actually taped to the computer screen. No agency should run the risk of having an agent or informant killed as a result of sloppy computer security practices, Wise told our reported Paul Zimmerman. QUAYLE WATCH - Vice President D ai Quayle, who has been branding Sen. A1 Gore, Tenn., an environmental extrem- Family land has also become the very elements of unity and disunity. When each family member is issued his/her piece of inheritance, there s joy and much gratitude is extended to our parent* for their wonderful gifts. Rumors of all sorts begin flying around when the very same property is up for sale or lease. Jose thinks he should get a bigger chunk of the largess for being the favorite. Jupn thinks the same for being the least able to provide for his family. Rosa feels differently too because, as m om s closest daughter, this alone justifies being given an even greater amount. The interminal feud begins. Hatred originating from that ugly word money sets-in. When the worst situation prevails, the whole family marches to court to settle their problems. The obvious winner? attorneys. L osers? landow ners! R e grets? Aplenty! It s a situation that can certainly turn into an ugly scene. And there are worse cases than what I have described here. Then there s the more positive fam ily approach where each member contributes towards the peaceful and brotherly settlement of estates. It is a better alternative for many obvious reasons. No one loses! Gratitude, aplenty and unity definitely cemented even further. And it is a stronger bondship than meets the eye. Every member ensures that both parents are taken care of by the family rather than by a Senior Citizens Center. How pleasant, huh? And this, my friends, is tradition at its best taking care of m a n and dad to the bitter end. I am sure we can still afford to continue this tradition. continued from page 4 ist for his position on global warming, sounded the alarm on the earth s ozone layer years before hisrival s controversial book, Earth in the Balance. In a letter we obtained, then- Sen. Quayle wrote the Environmental Protection Agency on June 10,1987, to express his concern that a toxic dry-cleaning chemical was about to be shifted from a possible carcinogen to a probable carcinogen. Quayle wrote:... theonly other viable solvents available to dry cleaners are chlorofluorocarbons, which have been implicated in the depletion of the Earth s ozone layer. During this campaign, however, Quayle has ridiculed Gore s warnings about global warming, predicting that Gore s solutions will wipe out American jobs. Last spring, Quayl$ opposed the global wanning treaty that was set to be signed, By saying:... we simply cannot abdicate our sovereignty and our decisions to some international body that doesn t like the fact that the United States is a prosperous and wealthy country. Although Quayle cited concern f a small dry-cleaning businesses in the 1987 letter, some of the biggest contributors to Quayle s state and national campaigns have been chem ical interests that produce the dry-cleaning su b stance, known as perchloroethylene. vihat a Pai! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-5 I M2 P6 BRêâKfiaST, GoT &oth KiPS prôssap, Jccfr T/M To Rettoci, 6 T TH o il CH2M6ÔP, Took W & To THô PoCTof? 2 N p P ic K ^ P U P PiNNef?.. á J S f e i Ñ 'K ZcCKi H sw s.fviea Let private firms take care of dump Dear Editor: This is in response to an article that appeared in your October 15 issue of Marianas Variety regarding Speaker Villagomez and the proposed Marpi landfill by UMDA. As a concern citizen of CNMI and a resident of Garapan.I would like to say that I am sick and tired of hearing and reading about Puerto Rico dump being allocated to the Marpi Landfill. All I care about is having the congress do something in actuality. So many times we heard about moving the dump. Nothing has been done. Period. When alegitimatecompany like UMDA tries to help out, the congress turns around and makes it look like it (UMDA) is doing something sinful. Don t you people have something better to do then have your pictures taken and posted in the news? It took you (our leaders) forever to pass the budget What makes you think you can handle the dump situation. I d say forever judging by the way you handle things here in the CNMI. Mr. Villagomez,, before you accuse somebody or a company of blackmail,think twice. Don;t just say something for the sake of saying something. As a leader you should always keep an untarnished profile. Treat your people fairly. You should also take lessons on Public Relations. The word blackmail can get Torres waits for Nakamoto s reply Dear Editor: I wish you and the public to know that I have requested the President of Nakamoto Enterprises to answer one question - W ho supports his project? I hope he answers this as soon as possible. Since almost everyone I know is against his project being located in the Garapan Samoan Housing Area, it will be very interesting to Comments on Inos removal Dear Editor: Over the past few weeks, I have read with interest the comments of a certain Rotanese regarding the performance and ouster of Senator Joseph Inos as president of the Senate. This Rotanese", who can hardly be considered a Rotanese since he has not lived here for three decades, has oozed praise for the former Senate president all over the various local newspapers. Unfortunately, his comments leave a lot unsaid about the reasons why former Senate President Inos was removed from the Senate leadership. An impression was left with the reader that Inos was removed because of his stance on the budget. It was his actions with regard to you into a whole lot of trouble. I suggest you don t use it again unless you have proof. I d like to challenge you to two things: 1, do something about moving the dump to Marpi within 1 to 2 years. 2, stay in North Garapan when the dump is burning and smoking. See how you like it. I f a one would like to have the dump moved once and for all. What I don t like is to have the government involved in the operation. Let the private companies handle it. There are some of us whohavemore faith in the priv ate industry than the government these days. Name withheld by request. learn exacuy who they are. And when I find out, I ll let all of you know. S incerely, /s/rep. Stanley T. Tones the budget that was the last straw. Let s consider the sequence of events that led to his ouster. Senator Inos displayed an airogance and an abusive attitude regarding his office as Senate president. This was manifested by his lashing out inappropriately at the different senators. He stripped Senator Cing of his committee chairmanship, and, after Senator Cing was appointed by Senate resolution to be involved with the 902 Consultations, Senator Inos met privately with thegovem a to dissuade him from approving the appointment. He verbally assailed Senate Vice President Borja for assuming the leadership of the Senate in Inos absence. He consistently failed to conduct leadership meetings. At his own discretion and without consultation o f anyone, Senator Inos personally shifted the funds allocated to the different individual senators. He consistently failed to recognize the other senators as his equals. He was very manipulative. He attempted to include a provision in the last budget that would enable him alone to control all the Senate funds. He even wanted to include a provision that would g uarantee him as president throughout the 8th legislature. He would also frequently demonstrate one direction of action, and then privately do the opposite. Finally, on the issue of the budget, no praise should go to him on continued on page 6

4 6-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER Letters... continued from pages A S I A N his performance. Where was his leadership when he allowed the budgettobe 11 months late? What kind of leader would allow the community to suffer from his fiscal inaction? He is largely to blame for allowing the government to go into a budgetary crisis. I think clearly senator Inos grossly abused the office of Senate president. He was not there for the benefit of the people of the CNMI but, rather, his own personal gain. He acted more like a tyrant than an elected Senate president I applaud the senators for taking action in the best interest of the people o f the N orthern. Mtfrianas by removing Senator D E L I C A C I E S Travel through the great culinary - ^ traditions of the Orient every Saturday from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Enjoy "Asian Delicacies ", an all-you-can eat buffet. Featuring individual food stations from Japan, China, Indonesia and the Philippines. 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Maratita Rota Japanese Station Sushi & S ashim i Bar, C o ld A p p e tiz e rs & A sso rte d N o o d le s Philippine Station B a k e d M ussels w ith G arlic M angos w ith S alted S h rim p P aste S e a fo o d C h o w d e r S h rim p C o o k e d in C o c o n u t M ilk & S p ices R aisin S p ic e d M ilk Fish CAFE & TERRACE 4 L H W J * R E G E N C Y DFS commitment to youth Dear Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank Duty Free Shoppers and especially Virginia Reyes and Marian Aldan Pierce. Your community mindedness and commitment to the island youth was demonstrated by donating the use of your training room for that SAT preparation class. Because of your generosity, students are able to study and prepare in a comfortable and professional learning environment There is no doubt in my mind that this will assist the students in getting the most they can out of these preparation classes. This is a fine precedence which you are setting and I hope that other island groups will follow DFS lead in providing for the island s youth. Sincerely, /s/cliff Friedman Demapan s confirmation Dear Editor: In the October 21,1992, Saipan Cable TV news report there was a story regarding the letters I sent to Governor Guerrero and Senate President Demapan. The story had certain overtones and implications which were not intended either by me personally nor by the CNMI Bar Association. At one point in the story, the reporter was displaying a copy of the Bar Association s letters and he commented that a Bar Association official had stated an opinion regarding the qualifications of Judge Demapan to be a judge. The obvious implication being, based on the copy of the letter in the background, that I was that Bar Association official. That is not true. If such an opinion was expressed by some Bar Association officer,,that person was expressing his or her own r, personal opinion and not that of the Bar Association. The whole point of the letters in question was to highlight the Bar Association s dissatisfaction with the process, because we were not given sufficient opportunity to determine what the position of the Bar Asso^ dation was.. Thenewsreportinquestionalso reported some information from the minutes of the Bar Association meeting of October 15,1992. The reported requested a copy of those minutes from me, but I denied his request because the minutes are not official until they are approved by the general membership at the next monthly meeting, which is not until the third Thursday in November. 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5 8 -m a r ia n a s v a r ie t y NEWS AND VCEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER 30, 1992 INVITATION FOR BIDS/NOTICE TO BIDDERS (AMENDED PRE-BID CONFERENCE TIME, BID OPENING TIME, AND DOCUMENT PRICE) COMPETITIVE SEALED BIDS for the CONSTRUCTION O F TH E AIRPORT TRAFFIC CONTROL TOW ER AT SAIPAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, SAIPAN, MARIANA ISLANDS, CPA PR O JEC T No. T-92-1 will be received at the office of the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, COMMONWEALTH PORTS AUTHORITY, Saipan International Airport, P.O. Box 1055, Saipan, Manana Islands 96950, until 10:00 A.M., November 30,1992, at which time and place the sealed bids will be publicly opened and read. The contractor's attention is called to the fact that the project calls for a basic bid consisting of the construction of a 65 ft. high low activity level airport traffic control tower with 350 SF. cab, 1570 SF. administrative base, and generator building, trash enclosure, erection of two 30 ft steel antenna support towers, a 19-car parking facility with electronic access gate, and related site work including a 3400 f t plus project access road, she utilities, and demolition of existing concrete structures, all in accordance with the plans and specifications. The construction includes additive and deductive bid items. The additive is to increase the lower height ham 65 f t to 75 f t by adding one intermediate floor level. The deductive is to decrease the tower height from 65 ft. to 55 ft. by removing one intermediate floor level. Each prospective contractor is to submit their bid for the additive and deductive bid items. The basis of award will be the sum of all the bid items under the Basic Bid. The project is being financed by funds from the Commonwealth Ports Authority and by funds from the U.S. Congress. The contract award, if it is tobemade, will be made within two months (2) from the date of bid opening. The contractor's attention is called to the fact that the project involves submittal of proposals for the Basic bid Item, Additive Bid Item No. 1, Additive Bid Item No. 2, and Deductive Bid Item No. 1. These are referred to in the proposal schedule, Proposal section of the project specifications. Award of the contract will be made for the addili vebid items and/or the deductive bid hems depending on the availability of funds. This contract is under and subject to Executive Order 11246, as amended, of September 24, 1965, the Federal Labor provisions and the Equal Employment Opportunity (EO) provisions as contained in the contract, specifications and bid documents. All mechanics and laborers on the project shall be paid no less than the minimum wage rale established by the U.S. Secretary of Labor. A copy of the Department of Labor Wage Rale Determination is applicable to this contract and is made a part of this specification (See Section 70-24). Each bidder must complete, sign and furnish, prior to award of the contract (CPA Project No. T-92-1) the Bidder's Statement on Previous Contracts Subject to EEOClause", a Certification of Nonsegrcgated Facilities" (See Specifications). Required Notices for All Contracts. a. The bidder must supply all the information required by the bid form s and specifications. b. The Commonwealth Ports Authority (CPA), in accordance with title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, hereby notifies all bidders that they (bidders) must affirmatively insure that with respect to any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color or national origin in consideration for award. The bidder's attention is invited to the fact that the proposed contract shall be under and subject to the equal opportunity clause as set forth in Part III, Section 302 (b) of Executive Order 11246, as amended by Executive Order dated October 13,1977, and Section (b) of the regulations of the Secretary of Labor (41 CFR 60-1) as implemented by Section of the Federal Aviation Regulations, to the contract and labor provisions as set forth in Section and Appendix H, Part 152, of the Federal Aviation Regulations, and to the applicable provisions of Title VI of the Civil rights Act of 1964 (78 Stal. 252) implemented by Parl21 of the Regulations of the Office of the Secretary of Transportation. Also, the proposed contract will be subject to the Contractor s Certification of non-segregatcd facilities. Performance and payment bonds are required as specified in the specifications. The apparent low bidder and any known first tier subcontractor will be subject to a pre-ward, equal opportunity compliance review by representatives of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, U.S. Department of Labor, before the award of the contract for the purpose of determining whether the bidder and/or his subcontractors are able to comply with the provisions of the equal opportunity clause. If the bidder has participated in a previous contract subject to the equal opportunity clause and has not subm itted compliance reports as required by applicable instructions, the bidder shall submit, prior to award of contract, a compliance report covering the delinquent period or such other period specified by the FAA or the Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance, U.S. Department of Labor. A bidder or prospective prime contractor or proposed subcontractor shall be required to submit such information as the FAA or the Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance, request prior to the award of a contract or subcontract. When a determination has been made to award the contract or subcontract to a specified contractor, such contractor or subcontract to a specified contractor, such contractor shall be required, prior to award, or after the award, or both to furnished such other information as the FAA or the director requests.. Contract documents, including plans and specifications, may be examined at the Office of the Executive Director, Commonwealth Ports Authority, or can be obtained from this office upon the payment of TWO HUNDRED FIFTY DOLLARS ($250.00) for each set of plan documents. This amount is nonrctumable. Payment shall be made by check payable to the Commonwealth Ports Authority. Copies of the aforementioned contract documents may also be exam ined or obtained at the office of Efrain F. Camacho, Consulting engineers: Efrain F. Camacho, Consulting Engineers Flame Tree Terrace P.O. Box 2415 Saipan, MP Phone Number /7815 A pre-bid conference will be held at SAIPAN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CONFER ENCE ROOM, at 2:00 P.M. on November 16, 1992 to explain and clarify any questions regarding this project. Questions should be submitted to the Consultant, in writing, at least five (5) days in advuncc for answers at this pre-bid conference, with a copy of same mailed simultaneously to the Executive Director, Commonwealth Ports Authority. Each prospective bidder shall file with the Commonwealth Ports Authority, at the above Saipan address, a ootice of his intention to bid in a form substantially similar to that supplied here with, not less than six (6) ealendardays prior to the date hereinabove designated for opening of bids. Each bid shall be on a form furnished by the Commonwealth Ports Authority. Furthermore, each prospective bidder shall submit his/her qualifications statements not less than ten (10) calendar days prior to the date hereinafter designated for opening of bids. Each proposal shall be on a form furnished by the Commonwealth Ports Authority (Intend to Bid). The Commonwealth Ports Authority reserves the right to reject bids in accordance with Section 3.2 (7) of its Procurement Rules and Regulations Date /s/j.m. G uerrero Contracting Officer for CPA FEDERAL REQUIREM ENTS FOR ADVERTISING (INVITATION FOR BID/NOTICE TO BIDDERS) Ihc proposed contract is under and subject to Executive Order 11246, as amended, of September 24, 1965, and to the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Federal I^abor Provisions. All labor on the project shall be paid no less than the minimum wage rales established by the U.S. Secretary of I^abor. Each bidder must supply all the information required by the bid documents and spccifi cations. The EEO requirements, labor provisions and wage rates arc included in the spccifica tions and bid documents and arc available for inspections at the Commonwealth Ports Authority. Each bidder must complete, sign and furnish, prior to award of the contract (at submission of the bid), the "Bidder's Statement on Previous Contracts Subject to EEO Oausc, and the Certifications o f nonsegregated Facilities" as contained in the Bid proposal. A contractor having 50 or more employees and his subcontractors having 50 or more employees and who may be awarded a contract of $50,00 or more will be required to maintain an affirmative action program, the standards for which are contained in the specifications. To be eligible for award, each bidder must comply with the affirmative action require ments which are contained in the specifications. In accordance with Title VI of the civil rights Act of Minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitarion and will not "be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color or national origin in consideration for an award of any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement. Women will be afforded equal opportunity in all areas of employment. However, the employment of women shall not diminish the standards of requirements for the employ mcnt of minorities. 1V23.3>11«.13{3149) L etters... continued from page 6 way insult, discredit or embarrass Judge Demapan. I think the text of the letters is clear and unambiguous and there are no words which in anyway call into question the character or integrity of Judge Demapan. Quite simply, the bar was complaining about the process used and Judge Demapan had no control over that process. Furthermore, the main concern of the letter was that the problem be fixed in the future. I sincerely hope the writing and publishing of this letter will set the record straight. I further Hearing on HB sought (The author o f the following letter requested that it be published in this section. Ed) H onorable Thom as P. V i llagomez Speaker and Member of the House of Representatives Eight Commonwealth Legislature Saipan, MP Subject: House Bill Dear Mr. Speaker and Members of the House: It is alarming when the citizens of the Commonwealth has to write to the House of Representatives to demand public hearing in order that the general public must be heard. House Bill introduced by Rep. Pedro R. Guerrero, to delete the four-year limitation of nonresident workers by repealing 3 CMC section 4322 (j) and amending section 4411 (b), is absolutely biased. It seems that this bill is being rushed to encourage other legislators to pass it without listening to public concerns. Since the citizens of the Commonwealth are the victims of over population, I sincerely hope that Correcting Managaha story Dear Editor: In the release titled Managaha s a Hot Local Destination distributed 10/22/92, there is a significant factual error, for which we apologize. The accompanying release corrects the error and the following correction is offered to the story. Our apologies. Correction: A recent story distributed by Bruce Lloyd Media Services said that local residents on Saipan are provided with free transportation to Managaha Island by Tasi Tours & Transportation, Inc., which holds the exclusive recreational concession on the island. More than 10,000 such residents received free transportation from Tasi in both 1990 and 1991 and the numbers are higher in The story incorrectly said that round trip tickets to Managaha Island cost S7 to those who must pay for them. The actual price of round trip tickets to Managaha being provided free to local residents is $15. We regret the error. apologize to Judge Demapan for any embarrassment which the mischaracterization of the Bar Association letters has caused him. Sincerely, /s/timothy H. Bellas President Northern Mari an âs Bar Association the legislators would call for public input This issue of alien workers employment duration is critical, now and in the near future, and it should not be considered as just a piece of legislation. It is very important to have a public hearing on H.B Let the people of the Commonwealth decide on this critical issue, not the Saipan Chamber of Commerce or self-interest individuals. Saipan, Tinian and Rota are very small islands and we should not let outside influence dictate our destiny: Sincerely yours, /s/bemie. Reyes Wanted: pen pal Dear Editor: Please publish my name and address in your penpal column or letters to the editor column. My name is Steve Mitchell, age 29 and a Canadian businessman based in the Philippines. My favorite hobby is collecting and exchanging telephone cards, and also I enjoy TV and beaches. My address: Steve Mitchell P.O. Box 340 Makati, Philippines Keep Saipan Clean & Beautiful Office and store spaces for short and/or long-term lease. Available are 2 units of 930 square feet and 2 units of 780 square feet office spaces and 3 units of 780 store or restaurant spaces. Each unit is provided with full bathroom and kitchen. The ground floor is priced at $1.28 per square foot, whereas the second and third floors are priced at $1.18 per square foot. J & JEV BUILDING is located along Cross-Island Road between Capitol Hill and San Vicente. It Is only 8 minutes from Capitol Hill and the Airport. Plenty of paved parking space. If interested, please c o n ta c t: J & JEV ENTERPRISES, INC. Tel.: (671) and ask for Jess or Vicky FAX: (671) orna) Gov t... continued from page 1 The two men allegedly argued. Rekemsik allegedly got abig stone and Brel the baseball bat. The police report said Brel was able to strike first. Brel was arrested shortly after the incident. He posted a $10,000 property bond for temporary release. Records of the case showed that prior to goverment s filing of the motion to dismiss, Public Defender Daniel DeRienzo asked the court to suppress the testimonies of the victim and of witnesses Ray Kesolei and Steve Ngirked. The public defender told the court that the assistant attorney general failed to provide him (DeRienzo) the opportunity to contact witnesses. G ill s failure to do so, said DeRienzo, prejudiced Brel. De Rienzo said he tried getting the address or telephone numbers of the victim and the witnesses but was allegedly told by Gill that she did not have the information. The public defender said it was not true that Gill had no information about the address of the victim and the witnesses, saying, he learned that an investigator had interviewed Rekemsik. Lastmonth, the government also withdrew the criminal case concerning the murder of Kuniyoshi Ishii in Tanapag beach. Assistant Attorney General Jane Arthur-Burkhart filed a motion to dismiss the case against suspects Lee Norita, N orita s brothers George and Vicente and their friends Vicente A. Dablan and Roy Magofna on Sept Burkhart declined to disclose the reason for her having withdrawn the case but said the government might make a comeback. The case has not been refiled Cemetery... continued from page 1 granted. Embile said a Catholic need not limit himself to praying to saints officially declared by the Vatican. You can also pray to afive-year- old or any child who died and who has not yet committed a mortal sin, the priest said. On All Souls Day the prayers are said for the dead, for them to be pardoned of sins committed. They need prayers. They need our help, Embile said. Most of Saipan s residents are expected to observe All Saints and All Souls because about 90 percent of the entire population are estimated by the diocese to be Catholics. As part of the commemoration, Embile said priests would be going around cemeteries to bless tombs. On Sunday, masses will be held at Mount Carmel Cathedral, San Roque Cemetery, Chalan Kanoa Cemetery,Japanese Cemetery and Lower Base Cemetery. Masses will also be said at the Mt. Carmel Cathedral, San Roque C em etery, G arapan Church, Tanapag Village Cemetery, Chalan Kanoa Cemetery, New Village Cemetery in Tinian and the old cemetery in Rota. Memorial service for pilot set Sunday A MEMORIAL service for Major Jesse J. Richardson will be held on Sunday at 3 p.m. at Immanuel M ethodist Church, where Koblerville Road ends at Aslito Road in Koblerville Major Richardson was bom October 18,1938 inwichita Falls,Texas. He died in a crash at the Saipan International Airport Tuesday. He was a pilot employed by Pacific Island Aviation in Saipan. Major Richardson was an expert pilot of both fixed wing aircraft and helicopters and was awarded three distinguished flying crosses for service in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam conflict. Richardson left his wife Sherry, son Jesse Richardson Jr. (JJ) and daughter Jade. JJ is a student at Marianas High School and Jade is employed at Hertz. He was a member of Immanuel Methodist church. Following the memorial service, friends may greet the family at their home in San Antonio, east of Beach Road near the SCCL barracks. invites you... FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-9 Join u s fo r an O L D W O R L D G e r m a n -S ty le cele bration in a B a v a r ia n B - B - Q N I T E setting on O c to b e r 24 & 31, (S a tu rd a y ) fro m 6:30 p.m. to 9 :3 0 p.m. A d u lt s : $ K i d s $10.00 a lso available : G e r m a n B e e r & W in e s AQUA RESORT CLUB SAIPAN

6 10-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VffiWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER 30,1992 NOTICE TO BIDDERS CPA ANNOUNCES THE FOLLOWING PROJECT 1. SEALED BIDS for WEST TINIAN AIRPORT PERIMITER (SECURITY) FENCE, TINIAN, MARIANA ISLANDS, A IPN o will be received at the office of the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, COMMONWEALTH PORTS AUTHORITY, Saipan International Airport, P.O. Box 1055, Saipan, Mariana Islands 96950, until 2:00 P.M..Monday, November 16,1992 at which time and place the sealed bids will be publicly opened and read. The project, in general, consists o f the replacement o f the existing airport perim eter fence with a new 6 f t chain-link fence all in accordance w iththeplansand specifications. The project is being financed by funds from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration. The contract award, if it is to be made will be made within two months (2) from the receipt o f bids. Depending upon availability o f funds, CPA reserves the right to hold such bid in effect for three (3) months from the date of bid opening. This contract is underand subject to Executive Order 11246, as amended, of September 24, 1965, the Federal Labor provisions and the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) provisions as contained in the contract, specifications, and bid documents. All mechanics and laborers on the project shall be paid no less than the minimum wage rale established by the U.S. Secretary of Labor. A copy of the Department of Labor Wage Rale Determination is applicable to this contract and is made a part of this specification (See Section 70-24). Each bidder must complete, sign and furnish, prior to award of the contract (AIP No ) the Bidder s Statement on Previous Contracts Subject to EEO Clause, a Certification of Nonsegregaled Facilities (See Proposal). Required Notices for All Contracts. a. The bidder must supply all the information required by the proposal forms and specifications. b. The Commonwealth Ports Authority (CPA), in accordance with Title VI o f the Civil Rights Act of 1964, hereby notifies all bidders that they (bidders) must affirmatively insure that any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for award. The bidder s attention is invited to the fact that the proposed contract shall be under the subject to the equal opportunity clause as set forth in Part III, Section 302 (b) of Executive Order 11246, as amended by Executive Order dated October 13,1977, and Section (b) of the regulations of the Secretary of Labor (41 CFR 60-1) as implemented by Section of the Federal Aviation Regulations, to the contract and labor provisions as set forth in Section and Appendix H, Part 152, of the Federal Aviation Regulations, and to the applicable provisions of Title VI of the Civil rights Act of 1964 (78 Stat. 252) implemented by Part 21 of the Regulations of the Office o f the Secretary of Transportation. Also, the proposed contract will be subject to the Contractor's Certification of non-segregated facilities. The apparent low bidder and any known first tier subcontractor will be subject to a pre-award, equal opportunity compliance review by representatives of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, U.S. Department of Labor, before the award of the contract for the purpose of determining whether the bidder and/or his subcontractors are able to comply with the provisions of the equal opportunity clause. If the bidder has participated in a previous contract subject to the equal opportunity clause and has not submitted compliance reports as required by applicable instructions, the bidder shall submit, prior to award of contract, a compliance report covering the delinquent period or such other period specified by the FAA or the Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance, U.S. Department of Labor. A bidder or prospective prime contractor or proposed subcontractor shall be required to submit such information as the FAA or the Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance, request prior to the award of a contract or subcontract. When _ a determination has been made to award the contract or subcontract to a specified contractor, such contractor shall be required, prior to award, or after the award, or both to fumish such other information as the FAA or the Director requests. Contract documents, including plans and specifications, may be examined at the Office o f the Executive Director, Commonwealth Ports Authority, or can be obtained from this office upon the payment o f SEVENTY FIVE DOLLARS (S75.00) for each set of plan documents. This amount is nonrefundable. Payment shall be made by check payable to the Commonwealth Ports Authority. A pre-bid conference will be held at the WEST TINIAN AIRPORT TERMINAL BUILDING, at 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, N o vem ber3,1992 toexplain and clarify any questions regarding this project. Questions should be submitted to the Consultant, in writing, at least five (5) days in advance for answers at this prebid conference, with a copy of same mailed simultaneously to the Executive Director, Commonwealth Ports Authority. Each prospective biddershall file with thecommonwealth Ports Authority, at the above Saipan address, a notice of his intention to bid in a form substantially similar to that supplied herewith, not less than six (6) calendar days prior to the date hereinabove ddsignaled for opening of bids. Each bid shall be on a form furnished by the Commonwealth Ports Authority. The Commonwealth Ports Authority reserves the right to reject any or all bids for any reason and to waive any defects in said bids, or any o f them, ifin its sole opinion to do so would be in its interest. /s/jm GUERRERO Contracting Officer for CPA FED ERA L REQ U IREM EN TS FO R A D VERTISING (INVITATION FOR BID) 1. The proposed contract is under and subject to Executive Order 11246, as amended, of September 24,1965, and to the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Federal Labor Provisions. 2. All labor on the project shall be paid no less than the minimum wage rates established by the U.S. Secretary of Labor. 3. H ch bidder must supply all the information required by the bid documents and specifications. 4. The EliO requirements, labor provisions and wage rates are included in the specifications and bid documents and arc available for inspections at the Commonwealth Ports Authority. 5. Each bidder must complete, sign and fumish, prior to award of the contract (at submission of the bid), the Bidder's Statement on Previous Contracts Subject to EEO Clause", and the "Certifications of Nonsegregaled Facilities as contained in the Bid Proposal. 6. A contractor having 50 or more employees and his subcontractors having 50 or more employees and who may be awarded a contract of S or more will be required to maintain an affirmative action program, the standards for which are contained in the specifications. 7. To be eligible for award, each bidder must comply with the affirmative action requirements which are contained in the specifications. 8. In accordance with Title VI of the Civil rights Act of Minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color or national origin in consideration for an award of any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement. 9. Women will be afforded equal opportunity in all areas of em ploym ent However, the employment of women shall not diminish the standards of requirements for the employment of minorities. io/5-i6-2j-30(2997) cue... continued from page 1 He expressed optimism that with the disconnection drive, CUC might be able to improve its collection to enable it to pay its obligations. Our delinquency rate is rising up to about 40 percent monthly and this is telling on our cash flow. The $2 million we need to collect would help us with our fuel purchase debts with Shell Marianas, Guerrero said. CUC collects an average of $2.8 million monthly. He warned customers that it would be better if they do something and not continue with the habit of having their bills pile up. CUC customers are given 15- day notices plus another 48 hours to pay their bills. Guerrero said commercial users have a very low delinquency rate. Business are mostly up to date with accounts reaching only about days delinquent. These are mostly the mom and pop stores which maintain their accounts at a manageable level, he said. During the same interview Guerrero said he was not in favor of granting the request of the Hotel Association of the Northern Mariana Islands (HANMI) for a 20 percent discount on CUC power rates. HANMI made the request in response to calls from the government for the hotels to utilize CUC-generated power. Most of the big hotels on the island have their own power generators. In another developm ent, Guerrero said utility services in R ota and T inian should be privatized to reduce the burden on CUC s operations in Saipan. He said CUC in Saipan had been subsidizing operations in Rota by as much as $2.4 million yearly and Tinian by as much as $900,000. Cing changes mind; won t sue Camacho By Rafael H. Arroyo SENATOR David m. Cing said yesterday he would not pursue an earlier plan to sue Public Safety Director Gregorio M. Camacho in connection with the kicking incident at the Legislature on August 11. After getting an assurance that such a thing won t happen again to any other member of the Legislature and any elected official, I would rest may case, the senator from Tinian said. Cing and Camacho met last Friday in the presence of Governor Lorenzo I. Guerrero and Senate President Juan S. Demapan. Also present at the meeting were Attorney G eneral Robert C. Naraja and Senate Legal Counsel Pam Brown. The director admitted he may have made a mistake and I took that as a good gesture. What I insisted on was his word that such action would not happen again, Cing said. During yesterday s interview Cing said he did not want the incident to set a precedent. What I want protected here is the integrity of the office of an elected official representing the people of the CNMI, he said. He described his relationship with Camacho as cordial, the two having seen each other a number of times after the incident. The incident happened during the crisis over the fiscal year 1992 budget when Camacho and several DPS employees picketed the Legislature for its failure to pass the budget. As C ing s car entered the Legislature s parking lot, he passed by Camacho who engaged the senator in an argument that led to a shouting m atch. The argum ent ended with C am acho allegedly kicking C in g s car and h ittin g the senator on the arm prom pting the latter to file a com plaint with the A ttorney G eneral and later to the police for assault and b attery. C am acho filed a countercom plaint against Cing for allegedly trespassing in a DPS facility and for calling his men coconut heads. C am acho was not available for com m ent yesterday. WAW raffle winners THE WORLD Association of Women (WAW) of Saipan congratulate the following raffle winners whose names were drawn during their sold-out Dinner Dance Benefit held on October 24,1992 at the Aqua Resort Club: Emie Zubiri (Ticket No. 0655) -1 st Prize (Round Trip tickets for two to Bali - donated by Continental A irlines). Dee Dee G uerrero (ticket No. 0701) - 2nd Prize (Round Trip ticket for one from Guam to K orea - donated by Korean A irlines). Sally and Ben R ivera (Ticket No. 0074) - 3rd Prize (S cash - donated by UMDA, MCV Fletcher P acific, Saipan C om puter Services). P roceeds from this fundraising event w ill be donated to KARIDAT Youth Services. 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BOX 609 GUALO RAi SAIPAN, MP TEL. # /6159/9585/1267/1268 FAX: (670) Visit us at our Guaio Rai office Doctors focus on child pain By A. J. Hostetler PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Even within the last decade, some infants had surgery without anesthesia, because doctors thought they couldn tremember pain and didn t feel it the way adults do. Doctors now realize not only that children feel pain, but that not treating it is worse than unkind. It could cause harm. The concept that children are entitled topain control isnowflrmly entrenched, said Neil Schechter, a pediatrician at the University of Connecticut and St. Francis Hospital. In 1987, an article describing the effects of heart surgery in infants without anesthesia pierced the indifference of the medical community toward pain in their young patients, Schechter said. Doctors now believe the child qpn play a part in determining the pain relief. When 11-year-old M ichael Bums had hip replacement surgery becauseof juvenile arthritis,he was fitted with an intravenous morphine pump. He decided when his pain needed easing, a useful approach for people who may not be able to talk clearly about their pain. Two days after surgery, Michael said the hurt was not too much, as opposed to right after the operation, when it bothered him pretty much. Andhismom sfearswere eased, as well. It was one of my worst nightmares, Jean Bum said, standing near Michael s bed at Children s Hospital of Philadelphia. There s nothing you can do when the medication doesn t help. Pain prompts the body to release stress hormones, such as adrenaline. These, in turn, increase blood clotting, raise metabolism, promote the breakdown of tissue and have other unwanted effects. Animal studies even suggest that pain weakens the body s immune system protection against infection. Those who receive aggressive pain treatment have fewer complications, recover faster, go home sooner andhavelowerhospital bills, experts say. Still, pediatric pain does not get the attention many doctors think it deserves. Children experience moderate to severe pain in as many as 60 percent of hospital procedures but many do not receive any pain medication, according to a panel for the US Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, which in March issued guidelines for the first time on pain treatment. It s not that we don t have the methods to ease pain and suffering, said Dr. Barbara Shapiro of Children s Hospital of Philadelphia, who with Schechter served on the pain panel s committee on children and infants. Doctors have fine-tuned doses of painkillers for children and have developed new ways _ like Michael s pump _ to deliver the drugs. It used to be that the child s family would have had to ask for pain relief, said Dr. David E. Cohen of Children s Hospital. Now, it s Yes, your child will have pain, and we ll do our best to prevent i t Still, several factors may keep some doctors from fully treating pediatric pain. Pain management has been eclipsed bymedicine shigh-tech approaches to the cause of illness, Shapiro said. The medical profession has all but ignored pain as an effect of illness. Doctors also may not prescribe enough relief because they don t fully understand how pain medication works or how it might affect a child s respiratory system, or because they fear addiction. The Just Say No to drugs campaign has only reinforced society s belief that drugs of any sort are bad, said Cohen. Addiction is not an issue realistically, but there is that fear in that society thinks drugs are bad for you. 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10 18-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER 30,1992 Students apprehend sea turtle poacher THE DIVISION of Fish and Wildlife would like to extend a special thank you to the schoolchildren at San Vicente Elementary School for their help in apprehending a sea turtle poacher. The incident took place at Lau- Lau Beach where the students saw a man that taking a turtle from the water. The students, informed the man that taking turtles is illegal and formed a human chain around the poacher. They got his license plate number and then contacted DFW conservation officers about the incident Their contribution to the conservation of our island s natural resources deserves recognition and serves as an example of appropriate behavior when people see CNMI laws being violated. Pairere No.1 Œ ) TOYOTA MEET ALL FMVSS SPECIFICATIONS It is always encouraging to the DFW to see this kind of action, especially among the young population. This shows that the teachers are educating the schoolchildren about critical environmental and natural resources issues. It also shows that the schoolchildren are listening andwant to play an active role in preserving wildlife in the Commonwealth. Cabrera top student of Garapan JERMAE Cabrera, a third grader under the advisorship of Juanita Propst, was selected student of the week of Garapan Elementary School for Oct She was commended for coming to school everyday, well-prepared in all her subjects. She submits all her homework promptly. Sheworks well with others in class and helps FREE SONY CASSETTE RECORDER (WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 1992 SEDAN) Jermae Cabrera those who are in need. Jermae is respectful to people with authority, as well as to her peers. IN ROTA, SEP V. M- CALVO ENTERPRISES iti I im :7 # l #1 :1 a! : i w m DEQ allows PL s to sell drinking water THE DIVISION of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has authorized PL s Water and Ice Co. to resume the sale of water and ice to the public. In a statement issued Wednesday, DEQ Chief F. Russell Mechem II said water samples were taken from the company on Oct for analysis at the DEQ laboratory. THE UNITED States Coast Guard Auxiliary-Saipan, recently completed its class in safe boating skills and seamanship at the Northern Marianas College. The course covered the basic principles in boat handling, aids to navigation, navigation rules, proper trailering, boat construction and nomenclature and legal requirements. DCCA seeks comments on home energy plan THE DIRECTOR, Department of Community and Cultural Affairs is informing the general public that the low income home energy assistance program fiscal year 1993 annual plan is now available for review and comment. Anyone interested could obtain a copy of the said plan from the CCA office at LowerBase during working hours - 7:30-4:30 p.m. Your written comments should be addressed to the director, CCA no later than Friday, October 30, Also, a public hearing has been scheduled for this Friday, October 30,1992, at 6:30 p.m. at the CCA officeatlowerbase. Thepurpose of the hearing is to solicit comments/views on the liheap plan. For more information, please call CCA office at telephone no Thank you. W ater re p o rt THE DIVISION of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is advising the public not to fish or swim within 300 feet of several areas from where water samples were found to contain excessive concentration of fecal coliform bacteria. DEQ identified the repereational beaches and storm water drainages as the Central Repair Shop, DFW Channel Bridge, Puerto Rico dump, Micro Beach, Hyatt Hotel, Dai-Ichi Hotel, Dai-Ichi drainage, Hafadai Hotel, Hafadai drainage, 13 Fishermen s Monument and the San Antonio lift station. Sw im m ers and fisherm en th<»ca QTY»flC within The samples met the microbiological contaminant level established in the CNMI drinking water regulations, the statem ent said.deq last week ordered PL s to stop selling drinking water following confirmation that the water being sold by the company was contaminated. At least two laboratory tests were conducted on Participants who were presented their certificates of completion by Lt. Mike Drieu and Flotilla Commander Gill Saures were Jacinto Taman, Henry William, Francisco William, John William, Vicente Ilo, Regina Taisacan, Demetrios Wilson, Gary Webber, Joaquin Omar and Ernest Eugenio. This course will be offered again in the spring and summer of If you wish to be on the roster for 1993, please call Capt. John water samples from PL s. Edna Grismer, DEQ laboratory supervisor, said PL s, which opera s in Kagman, is one of five companies selling drinking water and ice in Saipan. The other companies are: J.G. Sablan, Saipan Ice, Culligan and Global Enterprises. All these companies are monitored regularly by the DEQ. C oast G uard en d s b o a tin g co u rse Kessler at for advance reservations. TheCoastGuard Auxiliary also asks the boating public to take advantage of our free courtesy marine examinations. This boat inspection will enable you to know the minimum legal requirements of equipment that you must have onboard. It is in your best interest for your safety on the water. Call vessel examination officer Larry Ilo at the fish and Wildlife Division , u;a>*vr.ftxxx'xp /u.j-cc-tv FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEW S-18-A Crime Stoppers elects new board of directors, W W i ' -''a', "' i '% "; r., i, \P» ' ri- A;. : v:..v - x x v:, x x MIDWAY MOTORS AND MARINE PRODUCTS /26 GIVE US A CALL, WE LL GIVE YOU A RIDE! Y E S, W E C A N... FINANCIN G AVAILABLE P a c if ic I n t e r n a t io n a l M a r ia n a s, I n c. P.O. Box 887, Saipan MP CRIME Stoppers recently elected its new board of directors. In a special meeting on Oct. 23, Ben Camacho was confirmed the chairman. He was previously acting as interim chairman. Elected as vice chairman was Manny Villaga; Martin Duenas, secretary; and Mark Zinser, treasurer. Term of office for the officers are one year. Also confirmed to serve in the board are Karl Reyes, Frank Diaz, Ed Takashi, Pete Igitol, Dave Igiiol, Abed Younis, Martin Manglona, Luis Cabrera, Elias Okamura andrep. Stanley Torres. Serving as advisor is Judge Villagomez and coordinator is Frank Duenas from the Department of Public Safety. Crime Stoppers is a locally chartered non-profi t organization whose aim is to assist all local law enforcement agencies in fighting crime. The program originated in Albuquerque, New Mexico in Today, Crime Stoppers consists of approximately 850 organizations with member nations, including the United States, England, Africa, Australia and the Netherlands. It is responsible, as of August 1991 in the collective solving of more than $ 1.9 million in stolen property and narcotics and convicting 96 percent of the defendants arrested. Locally.Crime Stoppers, which will be a year-old next, month, was responsible in awarding rewards of up to S500 and recovering stolen properties exceeding 55,000. I want the program to become a household word where children and adults can readily connect to the program and call when they see somebody com m itting a crime, Camacho said. He further stated that the board would be actively going out to reach the community via the schools, media and other organizations. Camacho said that while the group was under funded, it could do the job through the generous donations of private businesses. YES, YOU CAN!

11 18-B-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER C ham ber d rafts tran sp o rt p lan PROPOSAL that could ease the woes of earless persons and ease traffic congestion during rush hours has been drafted by the Saipan Chamber of Commerce s mass transit sub-committee. T he pro posal, presen ted Wednesday by sub-committee chairman Clyde Keys, calls for the establishment of a bus transport system in Saipan at an initial cost of S2.27 million and the creation of a Mass Transit Authority as a supervisory body. SCC Executive Director Dino M. Jones said the proposal would be evaluated by the chamber board. The board decides whether or not it will be forwarded to the Office of Governor Lorenzo I. Guerrero as a formal proposal of Mount Carmel choir a hit in Rota THE MOUNT Carmel Grade School Honor Choir and their m usic director, Gina Aguilar, made a hit at the Rota Fiesta. The special trip was made possible through the support and generosity of the parents who paid the air fare and accommodations, and the San Francisco de Borja fiesta committee. Sister Mary Benedict who is principal of Eskuelan San Francisco de Borja, Father Manny Corcuera, and families from Rota who hosted the choir members. T he school is m ost appreciative of the staff and m anagem ent o f A lliance Air and Joaquin Dela Cruz, the PTA president, for coordinating the flights. SCC. In two years, if government adopts the proposal, buses would be shuttling passengers inlominute intervals on Beach Road and in 30-minute intervals on less busy, mostly residential routes. The proposal includes initial acquisition of 20 buses for regular passengers and three paratransit vehicles for the disabled. The buses are estimated to be worth S each and the paratransit vehicles S each. Other expenses included in the proposed S2.27-milIion capital outlay are for administration, operations, maintenance, office equipment and training. But because of government s budget constraints, proponents of the mass transit system suggested that government impose a gasoline tax to generate money for the project. The proponents also want aviation fuel to be taxed at 1/12 the rate of the gasoline tax that would be imposed. The reason behind the tax is this: driving a private automobile on public roads is not a right but rather a privilege which must be ROPPONGI NIGHT CLUB Caller Box- AAA-89.5 IMP Tel. (670) Fax: (670) RAND OPENING T H IS F R lp fty (OCTOBER 30,1992) }m. { f p e u t d SpC'Oidito A id is tft/& $ B zw, FREE CHASERS WHILE THEY LAST! A ib T T R J O IS T S A is o j T S k f r f ÿ fv 'e a m ÿ S, T e,c f,& /t,a w (j/iu '& C L M c fs, ' ^ ï ï (q a n d H a ts. So A gain! Com e, Jo in in for th e FUN. ROPPONGI, T itä T w c e 8 PM - 2 AM DAILY ROPPONGI NIGHT CLUB & RESTAURANT (2nd Fir.) MIDDLE ROAD CASTRO GASOLINE STATION POONS RESTAURANT 'if 1V paid for, said the proposal. Aviation fuel, the proposal said, will be taxed 1/12 the rate of gasoline tax, because visitors coming to Saipan mostly by plane usually stay at least one month. Their use of the roadway must be paid for as well, the proposal said. With the buses, the proponents said, there will be less people using private cars, a solution to the growing traffic congestion problem in Saipan streets. There are an estimated 17,000 vehicles in Saipan, a tremendous increase in the number of vehicles five years back, proponents of the public buses said. It is clear that Saipan is coming of age 'and a mass transit system would be a benefit. All individuals, families, companies,. governments and countries are empowered by improvements in. their means of transportation. The more efficient and dependable the system the greater the empowerment, the proposal said. Council eyes projects that focus on local traditions WASHINGTON - Last February, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Council for the Humanities (CCH) became the 55th and most recent humanities council to be established under the auspices of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). This month, as the CCH review its first round of applications for public programs in the humanities, reviewers will be on the lookout for projects that focus on the customs and traditions of the indigenous peoples. The Chamorros and Carolinians now find themselves both a cultural and numerical minority in their own homel and, said William R. Barrineau, executive director of the new council. We seek not: only to preserve these fragile cultures but also to examine their relationships with more recently introduced Asian and Western cultures. Residents of the Northern Marianas both native peoples and incomers alike will have opportunities to study together the past, present and future of their commonwealth. TheNorthem Marianas,agroupbf 14 islands located some 2,000 miles west of Hawaii, has been a selfgoverning commonwealth in union with the United States since The 55 humanities councils are located in each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam and the Northern Marianas. The councils mandate is to provide financial support for public humanities programs tailored to fit the intellectual needs and interests of people in varying locales. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CUC-RFP REHAB BLITATION OF MAUI I SHAFT The COMMONWEALTH UTILITIES CORPORATION (CUC) is soliciting competitive sealed proposals from qualified firms for design and construction of REHABILITATION OF MAUI I SHAFT. The contractor shall be required to construct, on a fixed price basis, the following work: 1. Furnish and install all pumps, hardware, piping, and equipment necessary to replace the existing water supply system. 2. Perform all works to rehabilitate the existing building, including grading, fencing, louvers doors, ventilation, and electrical systems. 3. Furnish and install a new access lift and KVA pad mount distribution panel. Proposals will be evaluated and selections made based on price (20%), overall project approach (30%), ability to perform the work in the time required (20%), qualifications of key personnel (20%), and the quality of the offeror s past performance (10%). Construction plans and drawings are available at the CUC Water Division office. Proposals must be submitted in a sealed envelope marked CUC- RFP , in triplicate, to the Procurement and Supply Manager, Mr. Pedro W. Torres, CUC Procurement and Supply Office, Lower I Base, Saipan, no later than 2:00 p.m., local time, November 6,1992. The CUC reserves the right to reject any or all proposals for any reason and to waive any defect in the proposals if in its sole opinion to do so would be in its beast interests. All proposals shall become the property of CUC. For further information, please contact Mr. Bill Beller at (670) /s/ramon S. GUERRERO Executive Director 10/ (3096) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-19 IMPULSE A L L I T E M S I N T H E S T O R E W I L L B E D I S C O U N T E D U P T O 5 0 % CLEARANCE SALE B L O U S E S, P A N T S, S H O E S ELM S INCORPORATED DBA IMPULSE 1 1 MIDDLE ROAD POONS REST. BAU EMP. T o w n & C o u n t r y "The One-Stop Amusement Center" S O N Y / S O U N D W A V E M U S I C A N D A U D I O SALE! SALE! SALE! 1 5 % D is c o u n t on a l l c d s, c a s s e t t e s VARIOUS SELECTIONS, RANGES FROM REGGAE, COUNTRY MUSIC, ROCK, OLD-TIME FAVORITES AND A LOT MORE! 2 0 % D is c o u n t o n a l l a p p l ia n c e s TV'S, VCR'S, COMPONENTS, VIDEO CAMERAS AND MORE! 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16 26-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER 30,1992 Northwest s Asian flight attendants can t work in US EAGAN, Minn. (AP) - Northwest Airlines has decided not to offer its Asian flight attendants a chance to work in the United States after its roposal prompted protests. Joe Leonard, Northwest s executive vice president for customer service, relayed the decision Monday to representatives from Teamsters Local 2000, the union that represents Northwest s 10,000 US flight attendants. They understand our feelings about the program and have decided not to pursue the program, and we re very pleased with the outcome, said Lisa Hirshman, Local 2000 vice president. Earlier this month, the union sent a letter of protest to Chief Executive Officer John Dasburg, claiming the program implied a lack of confidence in US flight attendants and threatened to take jobs away from Americans. In the pitch to the Pacific Region flight attendants, the company said it needed their irreplaceable Asian service touch to attract ana keep customers. Success in thepacific Region is one of the keys to North west s survival. R IT Z E N T E R P R IS E S, IN C. Mail Service Division CALLER BOX CCC»/ Mail Box rental Now Offering V Daily pick-up and delivery service to Saipan businesses / Residential & Barracks mail delivery i / Communications services FAX Long Distance Telephones SAIPAN'S LONGEST SERVICE HOURS FOR O N E -ST O P S T A T IO N F O R M AILS, STAM PS, RAX 8c L O N G D ISTA N C E B O O T H S РАС1ЧС >ΚΛΜ. ЮЯ1 A» Ί lahcj CAS CASH» UttXXf MOAQ МАНТ Ut ACH1ЮАО. CCC I UM St HVI CE JuTziN tih PHsa.^ J co*»». MON TO SAT 0900 AM THRU 2200 PM PHONE# FAX# / / ( Л М C ls ie m s i B O X O F F I C E O P E N 7:30 P.M. S H O W S T A R T 8:00 P.M. European Parliam ent approves unification By Elizabeth D. Wise STRASBOURG, France (AP) - The European Parliament late Wednesday gave a vital go-ahead to the opening of the world s largest single market by next year, welcoming what they called a historic transform ation of Western Europe. The European Economic Area would join together in a single trade zone the European Community s 12 member states with seven countries comprising the European Free Trade Association. In a vote, deputies approved the accord they said comprised thousands of pages and took four years to negotiate, then applauded wildly as the vote was counted. The European Parliament tonight stands on the brink of a historic transformation, said British deputy Gary Titley. He called the vote a major political watershed that ends the historic division in Western Europe. The accord, which must be ratified by national parliaments of all 19 countries, needed the Europarliament s approval before it could take effect. This is the broadest and most important agreement the EC has ever entered into, said Danish deputy Marie Jepsen, who led the European Parliament s debate on the EEA agreement. The act envisions the free movement of people, goods, services and capital by Jan. 1 in an area with 380 million consumers that deputies said accounts for 46 percent of the world s trade. The pact also establishes joint efforts in areas such as consumer protection, the environment, and research and development. British Foreign Office Minister Tristan Garel-Jones said the abolition of trade barriers from the arctic coast of Norway to the southern tip of Sicily, from Lisbon in the west to Vienna in the east would make business deals much easier to realize. The resulting boost to Europe s economy would also help consumers to have more choice and lower prices, he added. MICROL CORPORATION P.0 BOX 267, SAN JOSE, SAIPAN, MP «TEL ,2,3,4,6,7,8 STK# YEAR MODEL U C # SELL U9I CAMRY4DR. 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The Post quoted administration officials as saying the Japanese decision may be announced about Nov. 6. Previously, at a US request, the Japanese had postponed resumption of aid to Vietnam, which they had intended to start in August. The paper quoted a State Department official as saying that the Japanese had been most cooperative with US policies toward Vietnam, suggesting that US reaction to the new Japanese decision will be muted. The United States is currently involved in a review of its relationship with Vietnam after the Vietnamese provided access to extensive archives dealing with the fate of US prisoners of war and missing servicemen. The Bush administration has held off on improving relations because of lack of progress in determining the fate of 2,265 Americans in the Vietnam War. The future of the trade embargo and normalization of -diplomatic relations are issues under review by the US administration following the opening of Vietnamese records including 4,800 photographs of American war dead and prisoners. Arab negotiators turn to US for help in talks with Israel By Barry Schweid WASHINGTON (AP) - Frustrated Arab negouators asked the US government Wednesday to help them win concessions from Israel, and the top State Department official encouraged J ames A. B aker in to resume his Mideast shuttle diplomacy after the presidential election. I think it would be great if he did, Acting Secretary of State Lawrence S. Eagleburger said as he flew to Tokyo for an 80-nation conference on the economic troubles confronting the former Soviet republics. I think he could make a big difference. Eagleburger took over for B aker when Baker shifted to the White House to run President Bush s reelection campaign. With peace talks set to go into election recess until Nov. 9, Hanan Ashrawi, spokeswoman for the Palestinian delegation, said the United States should be more of a driving force, a peace broker when the negotiations are resumed. And Muwaffiq al-allaf, Syria s chief negotiator, said the United States might be invited to help if Israel continued to link security issues to territorial withdrawal. He accused Israel of distorting UN Security Council land-forpeace resolutions by tying security measures to any pull-back from the occupied Golan Heights and Palau election THIS IS to notify all Palauan citizens in the Commonwealth who are eligible to vote in the Republic of Palau that the general election for president, vice president, senators, delegates and the plebiscite to amend the constitution of Palau will take place at the old legislature said a deadlock had set in. But Israeli negotiator Itamar Rabinovich said security was a core issue and that deadlock is in the eye of the beholder sometimes. Assistant Secretary of State EdwardP. Djerejianmet separately with Israeli and Syrian negotiators. Earlier in the round he held similar talks with Palestinian, Lebanese and Jordanian delegates. We ve done a lot to facilitate the talks and will continue to do so, said Joseph P. Snyder, a State Department spokesman. Another US official said Djerejian was suggesting ways to bridge differences. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, refused to provide any examples. Baker set up the Middle East peace conference, which opened a year ago in Madrid, Spain, with arduous, repeated trips to the region. When he resigned in August to become Bush s chief of staff, he said he would keep a hand in the negotiations. Eagleburger plans to retire in, January. The negotiations are designed to prompt peace agreements between Israel and three Arab countries, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria, and to set the stage for limited Palestinian self-mle in the occupied Wes t B ank and in Gaza. So far there has been no progress cm the issues, building (house of representatives) across Marianas High school, on Susupe, Saipan, from 7 :00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 4,1992. If you have any questions, please call Gloria W. Hunter at / йттш ииш FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEW S-26-A Narra Both Side Hand 1 Curved Doors I Reg. $ I SALE 1$ " l Narra T & G 1 Flooring 1 Kiln Dried, I Clear Grade I Reg. $4.55 /BF ÌSALE ($3.85 /BF I I I I Я тт т ти м и м п н п п ш м ш и т и м п ш ш т м я } ши»ш(1н -^агга gallig, I 4"x4"x4 I Reg. $54.25 isale I $43.00 IPC I З хз хз" Reg. $21.70 I SALE $ /PC Parquet I Flooring: f Sawali/Hollow 1 Block Design I Reg. $3.25/SF I NOW Î.60/S F 1 Six Fix Design R e g. $2.95 /SF ÎNOW! $ 2.35 /SF We Accept Installation & Fininshing with Customer Design. All Sale Items on Cash B a sis BASIC V CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY * PUBLIC NOTICE In the Superior Court of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands CIVIL ACTION NO RIZALIN0 S. SORROZA, Petitioner, versus MELLV MARY MARQUEZ-S0RR0ZA, Respondent. SUMMONS To the above-named respondent: You are hereby summoned and notified to file any answer you wish to make to the Petition for Divorce of which is given you herewith, within thirty (30) days after service of this Summons upon you. Your answer should be in writing and filed with the Clerk of Court, at Saipan CM and served upon petitioner's counsel, Atty. V.K. Sawhney, P.O. Box 917, Susupe, Saipan, CM. It may be prepared and signed for you by your counsel and sent to the Clerk of this Court by messenger or mail. It is not necessary for you to appear personally until further notice. If you fail to file an answer in accordance with this Summons, judgment by default may be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Petition for Divorce. By order of the above Court: /s/bemadita A. Sablan Deputy Clerk of Court Superior Court 1CV30 11X5,13,20(09500) P.O. Box 331 Saipan, MP Tel. (670) FAX (670) NOTICE TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS VENDORS NMC-RFP: The Northern Marianas College invites licensed telecommunications vendors to submit proposals for solutions to the telecommunications needs of the College. Proposal information and guidelines are available through the NMC Procurement & Property Management Office, Bldg. L\ As Terlaje Campus during regular business hours. Proposals shall be submitted in a sealed envelope, which must be clearly marked: NMC-RFP: , and addressed to the NMC Procurement & Property Management Officer. Deadline for submitting proposals is 4:00 PM, Friday 11/20/92. Proposing vendors may schedule a presentation of their services before the proposal review committee with the Administrative Services Officer. * (3153)

17 26-B-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER R Model /2 HP, 19-inch Lawn Chief. Qualify built for easy I I and efficient mowing o f sm aller lawns. The perfect I I answer for economy-minded buyers. Or it's the ideal I answer for dose trimming around building and greenery of large properties. 1 A"Av.. f ' x '1^» : \ ''1 > 111! ' V I i f! V * p 1 <«:< '!» - W t ' te»;. ^ s" % A v ' ' f y ' í<ssíí> 4\- ' $ ' \ ' Xvvff' I Model /2 HP, 22-inch Lawn Chief. 0 Performance with attractive price. Many look here for starter model. Each has strong 1-piece steel deck. I Underdeck has full baffles for strength and better grass 1 discharge. Its extra width makes fast work of larger 1 lawns. I SALE ON CASH BASIS ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES Muslims threatened with exterm ination GENEVA (AP) - A UN investigator said Wednesday Muslims in Bosnia-Herzegovina are virtually threatened with extermination because of ethnic cleansing by Serbs. Ethnic cleansing does not appear to be the consequence of the war but rather its goal, Tadeusz Mazowiecki, a UN human rights envoy, said in a report. This goal, to a large extent, has already been achieved through killings, beatings, rape, destruction of houses and threats. The former Polish premier, who had announced his main findings Monday ahead of the report s publication, said Bosnian Serb leaders have pursued their plan while negotiating peace in Geneva. He said the Muslim population are the principal victims and are virtually threatened with extermination. The report to the UN Human Rights Commission reported evidence of mass graves near the Croatian town of Vukovar, some of which contain victims of atrocities. Vukovar fell to Serb forces in a fierce baule in last year s war in Croatia. US forensic expert Clyde Snow said in the report he found remains of young men over 10 by 30 meters (yards) at the head of a ravine, about 2 kilometers southeast of the village of Ovcara. The discovery appeared to confirm witness accounts that about 175 patients from Vukovar hospital disappeared after its evacuation last Nov. 20, Snow said. Witnesses said lightly wounded civilian men and soldiers were separated from women, children and the elderly and taken away on Yugoslav National Army buses. The captives were taken to a garage in Ovcara, where two were beaten to death by Yugoslav soldiers and Serb paramilitaries. By the evening, prisonsers were divided intogroups of 20 and driven by truck to the ravine, according to witnessescitedbysnow. Snow didnot say howmany bodies might be in the mass grave or indicate where or how the victims might have been killed. ^cgolden «Lobster (iff) Restaurant \ * / p, 0. Box 331. Susupe. Saipan. MP Tel Gas Stove Electronic Ignition (2 burner) Gas Stove Electronic Ignition (single) s m o o $98.00 /$79d3(L $59.00 Beads Curtain ^ Folding Bed Beach Mat (Plastic from P.l.) sm all... Beach Mat (Plastic from P.I.)Family Size... Beach Table Beach Umbieila Fiber Glass While Stacking Chairs... Basin... Pail with Handle Kitchen Wares: Plates, Soup Bowl, Fork & Spoon, Knife, Coffe Mugs, Dish Drainer & Strainer... Double Blade Wiper Custom Ring Cover (assorted c o lo r)... Chrome License Frame Wide Angle Rearview M irror... Steering Wheel (Leather & Narra Ply)... Pillows Standard Size Special Sale on LPG Hose (Japan Made)... Special Sale on Table Cloth (Palctic)... Regulator, Clamp & TE 2.50/yd. 2.50/yd. 15% Off Shop and com pare our low-low price. Watch fo r our new arrival of variety o f gift item s and Christmas stuff, fiberglass statue and m any more this November. We're opan Monday - Saturday 83» a.m. to 8.D0 p.m. Sunday 9:30 ajn to 5:00 p m 5.50 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-27 Pressure Cooker ;$^953HL $ Rice Cooker cups. ^ ( v) $ ;ii0 $ Rice Cooker 6-8cups ( V) $ $95.00 Wardrobe Large $ $ Wardrobe M e d iu rl$ 5 9? 0 O l $ Wardrobe Small I $ 4 9 : 0 D l $ tacking Chairs 5- $19.00 Rice Dispenser (50 lbs) $49.00 P.O. Box 331 Saipan, MP Tel. (670) FAX (670) i 0With Seafood, Steak Chicken Festival Fish F ille t w ith M u e n le re S a u c e...$ w ^ 3 " - Kl C h ic k e n C o m b o......$8.00 ft ^. K \ k C o m b in a tio n o f J u ic y F rie d C h ic k e n. D e e p r il e d O y s te r a n d H s li F ille t. '//J f. G rille d B la c k T ig e r P raw ns w ith M o rn a y S auce.. $9.50 t/'m T / g A S e rv e d v.;: h B u tte r e d M ix e d V e ^ e m b le. R ic e o r F re n c h B re.tr/ /.Vo A/ k S...O I 'W o S e a fo o d P la tte r...$ A \ Enjoy a C ra b C l.v.v, Shrimp, M u s s e ls L Mahi-Mahl. cook the w a y y o u want.. if! V * * > * * # * 44* * * #. * * 4 4 * o;; V.N\ \ f j F.f/_ S '! "Tic S teak &. S h rim p...p i Z U / J \ T e n d e r & J u ic y 8 o z. S te a k a n d A L L th e s h r im p Y O U c a n e a t, s a u te e o r b r e a d e d ( N o Jn A ll d in n e r se rve d w ith c o le s la w, ric e o : F rench frie s. a r a k e o u t/. V o s h a r in g o n s h r im p. 70 ood - '^' ÍL'hd(\{ y c 'iv íc c S c 'iv C i~chc>\\ 'B o th * 4 4 * # * ; * * # 4 # ' * * * * * * 4 4 * > * * * * 4 4 * # * f 4 * * * * * OPEN HOURS: From 8:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m. Continuous shows nightly featuring American Dancers Early Bird Special No Show Charge From 8:00p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Automotion BEACH ROAD, CHALAN KANOA ^ HOUSE FOR RENTI A ttractive 2yr. old sm all house - 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath Kagman I Furnished 24 hours water Security bars A/C Washer Dryer Carpet and large yard. H e n t is p e r m o n th Call MODERN STATIONARY 0 BANK OF GUAM ( $ * * 4 4 * # * ' ' * 4 «* # /: «1*4 * '* * *' : * * # * * 7 * * 4 4 * * " * 4 * * 4 4 *, 4 * # * * 44* * 4 4 * * * 4 * *

18 2 8-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER 30,1992 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND V1EWS-29 A MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF THE COMMONWEALTH 1. On October 1,1992, Nakamoto Enterprises, Ltd. reluctantly filed suit in the Superior Court to enforce the lease agreement between Nakamoto Enterprises, Ltd. and Marianas Public Land Corporation. MPLC on September 3,1992 sent a letter to Nakamoto enterprises, Ltd. cancelling the lease. In that letter Mr. William R. Concepcion, Executive Director of MPLC stated thatthe reason forthe cancellation was afailure of Nakamoto Enterprises, Ltd. to acquire and transfer two privately owned lots in the Samoan Housing Area to the Commonwealth Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for a public park. 2. The two lots are owned by a corporation called Commonwealth Investment Company, Inc. Mr. Nakamoto agreed to the price demanded by Commonwealth Investment Company, Inc. and was able, ready and willing to pay for the two lots to secure their transfer to DNR. Unfortunately Commonwealth Investment Company, Inc. was unable due to defects in its ownership of the lots to make a transfer of clear title to DNR. Thus Nakamoto enterprises, Ltd. was placed in the position of paying considerable sums of money to Commonwealth Investment Company, Inc. while Commonwealth Investment Company, Inc. refused to provide a full warranty deed to the Department of Natural Resources so that the department could established the park which Nakamoto Enterprises, Ltd. further agreed in the lease documents to development. 3. While the lease agreement provides for extensions of time to he given to either party under the ease -OiO'e mambaa: arise -net are beyond true parties control, as this situation was, the : / :ada : of d b a a a a reotse to ignore this prevision and attempted to cancel the lease. \ (A CARMEN SAFEWAY ENTERPRISE) SENSIBLE, DEPENDABLE, AFFORDABLE A P P L I A N C E S REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER 14 CUBIC FT. $ CUBIC FT. 23 CUBIC FT. AIR-CONDITIONER-**^ BTU 2,000 BTU 8,000 BTU \ \ j p = CH EST FREEZER 8 CUBIC FT. 16 CUBIC FT. 20 CUBIC FT. 26 CUBIC FT. SHOP...COMPARE...SAVE. 12 MONTH WARRANTY, PARTS & SERVICE 5 YEARS WARRANTY ON COMPRESSOR TROPICALIZED FOR HOT WEATHER, N0 EXCESSIVE MOISTURE BUILD-UP FREE DELIVERY LAUNDRY WASHER DRYER 4. As a result of the Board s action the two privately owned lots will not be acquired and turned over to the public. Further, Nakamoto Enterprises, Ltd. was prepared to begin construction of virtually the only substantial scale development in Saipan for the foreseeable future. The company is prepared to invest several tens of millions of dollars in the construction of a first class resort hotel, establish a recreation center for the elderly, contribute large sums of money for infrastructure development in the Garapan area and was further obligated to train and employ local persons in hotel management. Due to the size of development, the tax revenues generated as well as lease rentals on the projects promise to be sizeable. All of the foregoing will be taking place in an atmosphere of little or no sizeable foreign investment in the Commonwealth for the foreseeable future BTU KEW ARRIVALS!!! U.S. Made Bedding SINGLE, set ( B A B Y M ERCHANDISE ) Century & even flo 5 If is well known Wat other investors with leasehold interest from MPLC have been granted a aa a ' ;/: a. "' cv; 'dd:' vd db secure funding due to the annbbude economic a d a ar.aja; : c d ; r bean ecd a nov / prepared to make a substantia! 6. Nakamoto Enterprises, Ltd. does look forward to proceeding under its lease and fulfilling its terms providing the economic benefits to the people of the Commonwealth. DOUBLE. Q U EEN... C Â L KING set JUVENILE PRODUCTS: BABY CARRIERS, CAR SEATS, PLAYPEN, PORTABLE CRIB, SWING, ETC. MASAJI NAKAMOTO NAKAMOTO ENTERPRISES, LTD. a. a! : V ' : /.A ; - '!..e a.-, a...;! d :; i, BEACH ROAD, CHALAN KANOA

19 30-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER 3 0,1992 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL DPW93-RFP The Department of Public works is soliciting Proposals from qualified firms for the supply and sell o f fuels, lubricating oils and automotive products for the island o f Saipan. The requirements are as follows: Product 1. Unleaded Gasoline 2. Diesel Fuel 3. Various lubricating oils 4. Brake fluids/solvents Projected Volume Minimum M aximum gal/yr. 600,000 gal/yr gal/yr. 175,000 gal/yr. as required as required The period for supplying the above products will be four (4) years. The firm will propose the term of the contract. As part of the proposal, a computerized, automated service station shall be designed and constructed by the firm. The facility shall meet DEQ and EPA standard. Preliminary drawings of the station are available at DPW Technical Services Division at a cost of $ With the given specification as the minimum requirement, amortization of the cost o f the service station shall be distributed for a; a) Four-year period b) Eight-year period c) Twelve-year period Proposals must be submitted to the office of the Chief of Procurement and Supply no later than 4:00 p.m., November 27,1992,. A pre-ptoposal conference will be held at the Department of Public Works at 2:00 p.m., on Friday, November 13, Proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria: a) Cost of unleaded gasoline & diesel fuel per gallon; b) Cost o f service station; and c) Completion time of service station. The government reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive any imperfections in the interest o f the Government. CONCURRED BY: /s/david M. APATANG ELIZABETH H. SALAS-BALAJADIA Chief, Procurement & Supply Director of Public works Marianas Public Land Corporation PU BLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of 2 CMC4141 et sec, the PUBLIC PU R PO SE L A N D EX - C H A N G E AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, notice is hereby given of M arianas P u b lic L and Corporation s intention to enter into an exchange agreement involving the parcels of land described below. Concerned persons may'request a hearing on any proposed exchanged by contacting M PLC by or on Novem ber 6, If so req u ested, h earin g s on the transactions listed below will be scheduled on November 4, 1992 at 9:00 a.m. in the Conference Room o f MPLC. PUBLIC PURPOSE - Roadways Acquisition PRIVATE LAND- Saipan Lot/ Tract No Containing an area of 713 square meters PUBLIC LAND - Saipan Lot/ Tract No. 037 L 22 Containing an area of 6,000 square meters Sigon gi probension siha gi 2 CMC 4141 et sec i PUBLIC P U R P O S E LA N D E X CHANGE ACT O F 1987, sino i tulaikan tano para propositon pupbliku na akton 1987, nutisia manana i ginen este put i intension-na i Marianas Public Land C o rp o ratio n hum alom gi kontratan atulaikan tano ni ha afefekta i pedason tano siha ni m anm adeskribi gi sam papa. Maninteresante siha na petsona sina manmamaisen inekungok p u t m aseh a m an u /h afa na priniponi put tulaikan tano. A agang i MPLC antes patosino gin ovem bcró, Yanggen guaha inekungok marikuesta, i in ek u n g o k siem p re p ara i sigiente siha na transaksion u fan makondukta gi November 4, 1992, gi oran alas 9:00 gi cggan gi halom i, k u atto n konfircnsian i MPLC. PROPOSITON PUPBLIKU - 1 Ma Chulé I Chalan Para I Pupbliku T A N O P R A IB E T - S itio Numiru giya Saipan yan ha Konsisiste 713 metro kuadrao na arca TA N O PU PB L IK U - S itio Numiru 037 L 22 giya Saipan yan ha Konsisiste 6,OOOmetro kuadrao na area Reel ayleewal me bwangil 2 CMC 4141 et sec, PUBLIC P U R P O S E LA N D EX - C H A N G E AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1987, nge M arianas Public Land Corporation e arongaar towlap, igha e mangiiy ebwe lliiwelo faluw iye e toolong faluw kka faal. Aramasye e tipali nge emm\vel ebwe tingor ebw e y o o r h earin g reel inaamwo lliiwelil faluw fa. Aramas ye e tipali ngeemmwel ye re tipali reel kkapsal faluw, nge rebw e aghuleey ngali M PLC wool me ngare mmwal N ovem ber 6, Ngare eyoor tingor bwe yoor hearing, nge rebwe ayoora reel tali falu w kka faal, nge rebwe tooto wool November 4, 1992, otol ye 9:00 a.m. mellol MPLC Conference Room. AM M W ELEER TOWLAP - Roadway Acquisition F A L A W A L A R A M A S - Saipan Lot/Tract No Llapal nge 713 square meters FA L A W E E R TO W LA P - Saipan Lot/Tract No. 037 L 22 Llapal nge 6,000 square meters lcyi /6(3113) ^A nnual A- ж - f X _ ^ Г ffle November 21 е -» This is - fln A t. Sui» in Earty C h i Skin and Nail Care Salon for Ladies Only (located in NIS building, Garapan, next to Live LA) We offer: ORLANE European Style Skin Care Facials for all skin types Body Treatment Body Massage Natural Wax for Hair Removal Professional Nail Care Manicure Pedicure Acrylic Nails Nail Wraps Gift Certificates Available Ask about ESTETICA i С TcI T el } "Day of Beauty" id 3166 KlJH0ATtS:10/2;, 23,29,30111Д i, S, & 9 AMERICAN SAIYUE AUTO SHOP CALLER BOX AAA 305 SAIPAN, MP TEL: FAX: We provide the following services: (a) Car Rental (b) Accept minor & Major repairs of all kinds of vehicles (c) Help customers put tint on auto window glass (d) Car washing & Repair tire (e) Refrigerator & Aircon GENERAL MANAGER: BAI QIU PING 10/23,3OAC09447 ORCHIDS/POTS FOR SALE SATURDAY 10/31 - GARAPAN, AC: /30 > Please Don't Drink and Drive i/yaj FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-31 ROTARY CLUB OF SAIPAN e gratefully acknowledge the generosity of all the advertisers of Bud & Joeten Enterprises Inc. 19th Annual Proud Bird Saipan Golf Classic souvenir booklet A special thanks to the sponsors; Mar Pac, Continental Air Micronesia and Las Vegas Discout Golf & Tennis. The help received from eveiyone who assisted for the success of this tournament and to all the participants did build goodwill and friendship was certainly beneficial to all concerned. Once again, thank you. Marianas Pacific Distributors (MARPAC) Las Vegas Discount Golf & Tennis Continental Air-Micronesia MTC Joeten Enterprises, Inc. Pacific Woodstock Group Saipan Bowling Center Marianas CableVision Dai-lchi Hotel Hyatt Regency Meitetsu Shopping Center, Inc. Triple J Motors/Wholesale Isla Sales Sablan Enterprises L & T Group of Companies Elms Incorporated dba Town & Country Sablan Group of Companies Japan Airlines (JAL) United Group of Companies Construction & Material Supply, Inc. Saipan Shipping Co. Inc. Transamerica Corporation/Horizons, Inc. JTV Enterprises, Inc. dba V s Mart Chong s Corporation A & R Multi-Trade Co., Ltd. Niizeki International Saipan Co., Ltd. (NIS) Commonwealth Industrial Gas Corporation Marianas NAPA, Inc. Pacifica Insurance Underwriters, Inc. Universe Insurance Underwriters (Micronesia) Inc. Hafa At ' i, International Travel Agency Herman s Modern Bakery YCQ Corporation Pacific Daily News Minato Club Restaurant Ampac, Ltd. Younis Art Studio, Inc. Mafran Enterprises Jihan Corporation dba Jihan Beauty Shop & Boutique Pacific Engineering & Construction, Inc. National Pacific Insurance Incorporated Intertex International Northern Marianas Amusement Association Northern Marianas Investment L & W Amusement Fun & Games (L & T International) Joeten Motors Marianas Ford Micropac Inc. Micronesia Broker Tadotsu Saipan, Inc. Island Bottling Co. Friendly Finance/CNMI Currency Exchange Pacific World First Floral Kwek s Enterprises Saipan, Inc. Cabrera Center National Office Supply Summer Holiday Hotel Sun Inn Ike s Market Torres Refrigeration Saipan Health Clinic Saipan Stevedore UMDA Herman B. Cabrera & Associates Tropical Garden s 3M Corporation dba Okame Restaurant Salas/Manibusan Attorneys-at-law Diego s Mart Nor-Mar Recruiting Services Marianas Construction & Manpower Services New Fashions, Inc. Arirang Restaurant Pan Jin San Sa Ltd. B & R Corporation Saipan Supermarket Oriental Company, Ltd. dba Oriental Market & Laundry Happy Market RB Electrical East/West Rental Intracor Bank of Saipan ROTARY CLUB OF SAIPAN Ы KARL T. REYES President H. S. Lee Construction Co. Inc. Empress Enterprises Jen Marz Enterprises Northern Marianas College Shimizu Corporation/S.C. Properties (Saipan) Inc. Landscapes Micronesia FAS Moving & Storage Co. Western Equipment Pacific Financial Corporation Calvo-UMDA Insurance Co., Ltd. Pacific Basin Insurance Century Insurance Associated Insurance Underwriters of the Pacific Inc. Pacific Gardenia Pacific Development, Inc. (PDI) Top Tour dba Toyu Tourist Corp. Island Cruise Line Saipan Sunset Cruise Island Fiesta Foods Company Hafa Adai Beach Hotel R & C Tours DFS, Saipan Aqua Resort Club, Saipan Coral Ocean Point Resort Club Union Bank Seabridge Micronesia, Inc. Ginen Saipan Golden Lobster Basic Construction White Coconut Computer Services Key Communications (Saipan) Inc. KPMG Peat Marwick Ambyth Shipping Deloitte & Touche Ernst Young King s Plaza Timothy H. Bellas, Attorney-at-Law Microl Corporation Carmen Safeway Enterprises

20 3 2 - m a r ia n a s v a r i e t y NEWS AND VEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER Borja named to MTC post MICRONESIAN Telecommunications Corp. (M TC) announced this week that Victorino ( Vic ) Tudela Borja has been appointed the company s new customer facilities manager, replacing Tom Robertson. He will be responsible for managing all MTC s installation, repair and maintenance operations, directing a staff of 38. Borja, who was bom andrâised in Saipan, has extensive technical and management experience in the communications industry. A graduate of Pacific Island T eacher s T raining School (PITTS) in Truk, he served 29 years in the Naval Administration and the Trust.Territory government (TTPI). Borja started out as an electronics technician and was promoted to successively responsible positions, culminatingin six years as chief of the TTPI Communications Division. In that position, he managed the communications system s in the CN M I and throughout the Trust Territory.. t e v Borja Next he served five years as Communication Special Office for the CNMI Civil Defense. Most recently, Borja was supervisor of the Electronics Service Center for Motorola in Saipan. SAIPAN FRUITS & SEAFOODS "PUGUA - BUUCH - BETEL NUT" LOW, LOW PRICES For your chewins Basket needs PUGUA FOR ONLY LIME FOR ONLY 75<r /bag $ 1.00 /bag We also have weekly supply of Cooking Banana, Tapioca, assorted Reef Fish, and other local foods. FRUITS ft RPiFOnn MT. CAMEL I 1 cathedral! I p r S COME IN AND SEE US AT OUR STORE IN CHALAN KANOA #2 CHALAN KANOA, DISTRICT II P.O. BOX 2708, SAIPAN, MP TEL: # BUSINESS HOURS: 7:00 A M - 10:00 PM i i f f l ration Notice! To all our valued Guston I nor d e rto se rv e y o ц b ette r,w efi a ve moved our Sales Office to the Family Commercial Bldg, Oarapa [ г i: Our Phone and id FAX numbers will rei lain the same. Please come and see us our rjew location. Sabían! Ice» '? 4, I Ш ш ш ic - Z Z Z I 10/30 11/2 INVITATION TO BID DPW93-ITB The Department of Public Work is soliciting sealed bids for the Reconstruction and Hazard Elimination of Chalan Pale Arnold Phase 1 A, Saipan, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Bids in duplicate will be accepted in the Office of the Chief of Procurement & Supply at Lower Base, Saipan until 2:00 p.m., local; time, November 27,1992, at which lime and place the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Any bids received after the above, time will not be accepted under any circumstances. Contract time is 210 Calendar Days. All bids must be accompanied by a bidder s bond in the amount of not less than 15% of the total bid price. Bid security may be bid bond, certified check, cashier s check or other form acceptable to the Government made payable to the Treasurer, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands with a notation on the face of the check: Credit Account No The payment of $ is required for every set of plans, specifications and other bidding instruction which can be secured from the Technical Services Division, Department of Public Works, Lower Base, Saipan, MP on or after November 3,1992. A receipt for the payment should be obtained from the CNMI, Treasurer, Department of Finance in Capitol Hill, before applying for the bidding documents. The Department of Public Works hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, and national origin in consideration for an award. In addition, bidders are hereby notified that all bids may be rejected if the lowest responsible bid received exceed the Government s estimate by more than 7% percent and it is determined that an award of contract would cause excessive inflationary impact. In the event all bids are rejected for this reason, this contract proposal will be modified and may be deferred to readvertising for bids until a more competitive situation exists. A pre-bid conference for prospective bidders will be held at 2:00 p.m., local time, Thursday, November 12, 1992, at the Technical Services Division, Department of Public Works. Questions concerning the plans and specifications of the Special Provisions should be submitted prior to the conference. The government reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any imperfection in the bid proposal in the interest of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. REVIEWED BY: DAVID M. APATANG Chief, Procurement & Supply 10/26/92 ELIZABETH H. SALAS-BALAJADIA Director of Public Works 10/22/92 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RFP The Chief of Procurement and Supply is soliciting competitive sealed proposals from qualified firms or individuals to provide food catering services for the Department of Public Safety. Specifications for the above may be picked up at the office of Procurement and Supply, Lower Base, Saipan, during regular government working hours. Proposals will be evaluated by the following criteria: 1) Delivery of services 2) Ability to perform task 3) Previous experiences All proposals must be in a sealed envelope marked RFP- 0001, submitted in duplicate to the office of the Chief, Procurement and Supply, Lower Base, Saipan, no later than November 2, 1992 before 4:00 p.m. Any proposals received late will not be considered. The CNMI Government reserves the right to reject any or all proposals in the best interest of the CNMI government. Is/ DAVID M. ATAPANG Report of impeachment committee out today THE HOUSE Special Committee on Executive Actions has completed its investigation on the recent actions o f G overnor Lorenzo I. Guerrero and is set to submit its report to Speaker Thomas P. Villagomez today, committee Chairman Pete P. Reyes said yesterday. Arrest of 2 men yields ammunition, marijuana TWO MEN in their 20s who were arrested for creating trouble at a Garapan club before dawn yesterday, were found in possession of a bullet and leafy substance believed to be marijuana. Police Chief Antonio A. Reyes identified the arrested men as Marvin Pangelinan, 20, a resident o f Susupe, and A ntonio Pangelinan, 23, of Chalan Kanoa. A police report did not indicate whether the two Pangelinans are relatives. At about 2 a.m., a bouncer at Remington Club called for police assistance because the two young men were allegedly shouting at the bouncer. One of the police officers who responded to the call found a 410- gauge shotgun bullet in the possession of the older Pangelinan when he was searched shortly before taken into the police car. The younger Pangelinan was allegedly found trying to conceal on board a police car, a small plastic bag with the leafy substance while being taken to the central station in Susupe. Complaints of obstructing justice and disturbing the peace were filed against the two men. In addition, Antonio Pangelinan would face charges of illegal possession of ammunition and the younger Pangelinan, illegal possession of controlled substance, Reyes said. In another police report, an eight-year-old boy was slightly injured while playing on a slide at the San Vicente Elem entary School. The child was treated at the Commonwealth Health Center but was immediately released. At least two burglary incidents were reported between Wednesday morning and early yesterday. One of the burglaries took place at a residence. t Capitol Hill but the occupant told police items in the house have to be inventoried to determine if the burglar, who broke in through a window, took valuable items. Also early yesterday, a man complained that his room at the Golden Star Hotel in Garapan was burglarized. Cheng Mu Jiang, 34, claimed he lost a handbag containing almost $1,000 and his Chinese passport. Villagomez created the special committee on Sept. 30, and gave it 30 days or until today to submit its report. We have finished our job and we re finalizing our report just in time for the deadline. I think I can say I am satisfied with the work we in the committee did, Reyes said in an interview. L A N T R A He refused to give specific details of the report. He said he could not release copies of the report until the speaker received his copy. Villagomez, who attended a conference of the Pacific Region Educational Laboratory in Honolulu, is expected to be back today. Reyes, who spent almost the whole morning yesterday working on the report, said all members of his committee should be credited for a job well done. Our findings are very fair and objective. As promised, we did not engage in any witch-hunting and based our decisions only on the f acts we gathered, no more, no less, he said. 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21 ^M A R IA N A S VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The MARIANA ISLANDS HOUSING AUTHORITY is soliciting proposals (RFP) to perform a OMB Circular A-128, (Audits of State and Local Governments) audit for fiscal year ending September 30, The proposals must be submitted to the office of the Executive Director, Post Office Box 514, Saipan, MP no later than 10:00 a.m.,november9,1992. Thefollowingarepertinentinformationabout this audit. A. Application Audit Standards The audit standards which must be used are: 1. Government Auditing Standards, issues by the Comp troller General of the United States; 2. OMB Circular A-128, Audits of State and Local Govern ment B. Contents of Proposals The following information must be included in the audit proposal: 1. Title Page containing: A. RFP subject 2. B. C. D. E. F. Name of your firm Local address Telephone number Name of Contract Person Submission Date Transmittal Letter A. A brief statement of your understanding of the work to be performed and an affirmative statement to perform the work within the time period stipulated. B. State the all-inclusive fee for which the audit will be performed. 3. Firm Profile Provide a brief description of your firm - personnel educational background and experience, number of staff, staff level (partner, manager, supervisor, etc.) and client listing. The firm must make an affirmative statement that at least the partners are certified public accountants. C. Time Frame 1. Date of contract award will be on or before November 16, Audit work shall commence on November 23, 1992 and must be completed by December 31,1992, Otherwise, a penalty of $ per day will be assessed for any delays not justified and approved first by MIHA. In addition, MIHA is requesting proposals to audit the Koblerville Section 8 Housing Project No. TQ for the year ending September 30,1992. The deadline for submitting proposals is November 9,1992. The audit must be completed by December 31,1992. All inquiries regarding the proposals should be directed to Mr. John M. Sablan, Executive Director, at telephone numbers /9447/7689/7670. Copies of the audit reports from previous years are available at the MIHA main office in Garapan. MIHA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY AND ALL PROPOSALS, FOR ANY REASON, IF IN ITS SOLE OPINION, TO DO SO WOULD BE IN ITS BEST INTEREST. REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CUC R F P NO October 19,1992 The COM M O N W EA LTH U TILITIES CO R PO RA TIO N (CUC) is soliciting proposals for the preparation and publication of the A N N U A L REPO RT o f the Corporation s operation and activities for Fiscal Year 1991 and Preparation include writing, black and white and color photography, graphics, form atting etc., the total w ork necessary to produce a professional annual report for the corporation. The annual report will include all C U C s operation including Rota and Tinian. Proposal should indicate the total num ber o f color and black and white photo graphs to be used. O ne Final d rafto f the annual report is required for review and approval prior to publication. A copy o f the 1990 report may be examined at the office of ihc Administrative Officer. Selection o f the firm(s) w ill be based on experiences in annual report preparation, total cost and delivery lime of the report All proposals from interested individuals and firms shall be subm itted to Manager, Procurem ent and Supply, Com m onwealth Utilities Corporation, Lower Base, Saipan, M P , at 2 :0 0 P.M,, N ovem ber 2 0, Proposals shall be subm itted in triplicates. CUC reserves the right to reject any or all proposals for any reason and to waive any defects in said proposals, or any o f them, if in its sole opinion to do so would be in its interest. All proposals shall become the property of CUC. All inquiries shall be directed to M r. Gus Moses, A dm inistrative O fficer for CUC at telephone num bers (670) /5088. AC: Run Dates: 10/23.30 & 11/6,13 Russian spies start watching neighbors By Wendy Sloane MOSCOW (AP) -Russia s spies will start watching neighbors in the former Soviet republics and other nations to defend itself against nuclear and chemical weapons, an intelligence official said Wednesday. Gennady Yevstafiev, the head of the new D epartm ent for Weapons Control and Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction, said his agents will operate inside and outside the former Soviet Union. We would prefer not to have other nuclear states along our borders or states having massdestruction weapons," Yevstafiev told reporters. He singled out Pakistan, believed to have the capability of making a nuclear bomb, as a country causing Russia particular anxiety, as well asnorthkorea. There used to be certain concern about developments in North Korea, and this concern has not been completely eliminated, he said. Yevstafiev said the likelihood that either superpower would use nuclear or chemical weapons has, been reduced following the end of the Cold War, but that such arms could be used in regional clashes in or around the former Soviet Union. Yevstafiev said nuclear terrorism is now a possibility in the former Soviet Union. Centralized control over the former Soviet nuclear arsenal no longer exists. All short-range nuclear weapons have been transferred to Russian control, but longrange weapons remain in Ukrain. Greenpeace ship towed out of port CHERBOURG, France (AP) - Tugs towed a Greenpeace vessel out of port Wednesday under a French expulsion order, but another took its place in staking out the imminent arrival of a Japanese freighter that will take on a cargo of deadly plutonium. About a dozen activists from the environmental group refused to sail the converted riverboat Beluga out of French territorial waters Wednesday morning as ordered. A pair of tugs towed the unm anned craft outside Cherbourg harbor and anchored it there. The Greenpeace boat Moby Dick meanwhile pulled into port late Tuesday, taking over the Beluga s job of informing the public of the dangers in shipping plutonium, Greenpeace spokeswoman Elizabeth Mealey said in London. Authorities said the Beluga s expulsion stemmed from from attempts by Greenpeace militants to illegallyentercherbourg smilitary port. Environmental activists and journalists are awaiting the arrival of the Akatsuki Mam, a freighter that will take on 1.7 tons of plutonium and bring it to Japan. The arrival was expected by Tuesday, but the ship has not been sighted and officials refuse for security reasons to say when it will dock. France s nuclear-fuel treatment agency, COGEM A, has processed the plutonium from spent Japanese nuclear-reactor fuel. The shipment is the first of 30 tons of plutonium that COGEMA will ship to Japan this decade under a dlrs 4 billion contract Environmental activists liken the 99-meter (326-foot) ship to a floatingchemobyr andfearsthat an accident could kill tens of thousands. Questions have also been raised whether terrorists might try to seize the vessel, protected by a Japanese coast guard boat. Greenpeace, which maintains the cargo could be used to build 120 crude nuclear devices, vows toshadowtheshiphome and warn countries of its passage. France refuses to disclose the route. Argentina, South Africa, Chile, Malaysia and several South Pacific countries have expressed reluctance to let the Akatsuki Mam enter their territorial waters. Plutonium is one of the world s most deadly substances. A speck inhaled can kill a man. It is also used to contruct nuclear bombs, though the plutonium in question is not weapons-grade. Japanese Foreign Ministry officials confirmed Wednesday that Frace has asked for more information on shipboard fire safety. Give information about crimes committed Dial: (PARA) LOUIS VUITTON MALLETIER A PARS CASHIER (LOCAL HIRE) Full time position Excellent Benefits Competitive Salary Experience helpful PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON G/F HOTEL NIKKO FOR SALE NISSAN SENTRA Model Door Sedan Fully Loaded Contact: CRISTI CABALTICA Tel to 39 FOR SALE Beauty Shop (as is) Along Beach Road San Jose CONTACT TEL # OR CLASSIFIED ADS NEW 2 HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $3.00 per hour. Contact: B.B.K.CORPORATION, Caller Box PPP 542, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel No (1 1/13)F/ IN S TR U C TO R (G A R M E N T FIN- ISHER, SEWING MACHINE & CUT TER) - High school grad., 2 yrs, experience. Salary $ $7.50 per hour 3M ECHANICS(M AINTENANCE)-High school equiv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $7.50 per hour. 10 IRONING W ORKER - High school equiv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $3.15 per hour. Contact: MARIANA FASHIONS, INC., P.O. Box 1417, Saipan, MP 96950, Tei. No to 09 (11/13)F/ BEAUTICIAN - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: FREDDIE P. SAINTS dba SAINTS GROUP O F COMPANIES, Caller Box PPP 530, Capitol Hill, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /9(11/13)F/ GENERAL MANAGER-Collegegrad. 4 yrs. experience. Salary: $1,500 - $1, per month. Contact: SHINRYO CORPORATION, P.O. Box 2484 CK, Saipan,'M P 96950, Tel. No (11/ 12)TH/ ASSISTANT MANAGER - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. S alary$1,000 -$1,500 per month. C o n ja c t: V IS IT O R IN D U S T R Y PROJECT AND PROGRAMS, P.O. Box 502, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/13)F/ HOUSEKEEPING, CLEANER 30 SECURITY GUARD 3 KITCHEN HELPER - High school grad., 2 yrs, experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: JOAQUIN F. TORRES dba JVR ENT., P.O. Box 1263, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/13)F/3200. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEW S-35 FIRST ANNIVERSARY ROSARY We the family of the late FRANCISCO RO SARIO SABLA N B e t t e r к о и /к a s A u d i* B a n d a Cordially invite all relatives and friends to the First Anniversary Rosary of our beloved husband, father and grandfather. Rosaiy will start on Saturday, October 31, 1992 at 8:00 p.m. at the residence of his mother-in-law, Catalina Cruz, in Garapan behind the SNE Apartment. On the final day, November8,1992, Sunday, Mass of Intention will be offered at Kristo Rai Church at 6:00 a.m. and the final Holy Rosaiy will be said at 6:00 p.m. at the above address. Please kindly join us The Family REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS 10/30 'AC09520 The Commonwealth Ports Authority (CPA) is soliciting proposals for the procurement of the following: 1. One (1) new cylinder, 4-door sedan, with automatic transmission, air conditioning, AM/FM radio, complete undercoating and rustproofing. 2. One (1) new 1992 pickup truck, 6-cylinder, manual transmission, air conditioning, AM/FM radio, complete undercoating and rustproofing. Proposals must be FOB CPA Office, Saipan International Airport. All proposals must be submitted to the Office of the executive Director at the Saipan International Airport on or before 10:00 a.m. on November 13, Proposals will be opened at 10:00 a.m. November 13,1992. The successful proposer will be notified no later than ten (10) working days after the closing of the proposal. The CPA reserves the right to reject any and all proposals pursuant to Section 3.2 (7) of CPA s Procurement Rules and Regulations. /S/J..M. GUERRERO Chairman/Contracting Officer Thank You ON BEHALF of ttie Board of Directors and the members of the Saipan Chamber of Commerce I would like to extend a sincere appreciation Yan Dangkulo Na Si Yuus Maase to the following government departments, associations, and businesses for their donations in making possible the success of the island wide cleanup on the 24th of this month. Govsmmsirt sector Governor's Office Mayor s Office SuprenWSuperior Court District Court of the Northern Marianas Isfand Department of End roomer tal Qualities Department of Natural Resources Department of Communication & Cultural Affairs Department of Public Safety Department of Commerce & Labor A ssocistioni/o rganixatiq M Diver's Association Fishermen's Association P r iv iti factor Kan Pacific Spn., Lid. Topical Plaza Ud. Aqua Resort Club Plumería Resort Hafadai Beach Hotel Hyatt Regency Hotel Blueberry Hole I FHP DFS, Saipan East West Rental Tropical Laundry Mobil Oil Micronesia, inc. Bank of Hawaii United Construction Corp. Northwest Airlines Saipan Shipping Company Marianas Variety News & Views Joeten Wholesale Herman s Food Basket Gaskin's & Associates MTC Sablan Construction Pacific leiande Club KPMG Peat Marwick Fas Moving & Storage Department of Public Worts Commonwealth Health Center Commonwealth Dev. Authority Commonwealth Utilities Corporation Division of Fish & Wild Life Division of Animal Health Division of Plant & Industry Division of Lands & Survey Fire Division Korean Association Sports Association Midpac Calvo-Umda JG Sablan Ice Water Coral Ocean Point Shimizu Corporation Guam Savings & LoanAssn. DaMchf Hotel Saipan TaslTours Land Commission Coastal Resources Management Zoning Board CNMI - Energy Off ice Retirement Fund Carolinian Affairs Criminal Justice Office Soil Conservation Military Liaison Emmanuel Methodist Church Japanese Community School Joeten Motors Saipan Ocean View Hotel Chalan Kano a Beach Club Diamond Hotel Efrain Camacho Engineers Benavente Enterprises Saipan Stevedore Co., Inc. Summer Holiday Hotel Uno Mo da Inc. Mary's Bakery & Bake House Hotel Nikko Basic Construction Supply Tri-All International, Inc. Esco'sBake House Remington Hotel Dandan Bakery Neo Fashion. Inc. Marianas Visitors Bureau Revenue Office Northern Marianas College /ntmigrafion Office Aging Office Attorney General's Office Pubic Auditor Hopwood Junior High School Marianas High School - R0TC Oleai Elementary School Whispering Palm School Micronesian Cement Saipan Sanko Corporation Oial Rent to Own Pacific Mirconesia Tours Mariana6 Pacific Distributor Yano Enterprises, Inc. Shelf Marianas Payless Supermarket Pacific W orld Enterprises Saipan Ice Company Saipan Industrial Gas Cons. & Material Supply L & T Corporation Saipan Computer Services Marianas Cable Vision Associated Ins. Und., Inc. The Appraiser Island Bottling Company R & С Tours Sako Corporation Yaong Corporation Tadotsu Saipan Company Jalpak Cpm. Company Pacific Gardenia Hotel STS Enterprises Inc. MISk Enterprises Marianas Garment Mfg. Inc. Kaizoku Corporation Transpacific International Guam Tokyu Express. Inc. Townhouse Dept. Store Saipan Grand Hotel Ben Rivera Enterpris The same appreciation goes to the fotowing schools for their participation in the education baauliication campaign that was hekf on the 19th-23ntofthis month. GT Camacho Elpmentaiy School WS Riyos El«nwnta,y School Hopwood Junior High School Whispering Palm«School Grsco ChriaUan Acadomy Tinspsg Etemdnfiry School Ssn Viconl«Elonwntsry School M ira n a i High School Mount C irn u l School sister Rsmodios Pre-school Garapsn Etemontsry School San Antonio Elementary School Seventh Day Adventist School Saipan Community School Mariam«Rantfct Vfm ni Otsal Elementary School KobtervtHs Elementary School p.erne no cm This doanup effort between the government and the private sectors demonstrated a joint concern lor a clsan and beautiful environment now and In Ihe future Sincerely, /a/dino M. Jones Executive Director.. M Ш ЗЙ Ш Ш Ш

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The dollar s recent weakening against the yen means Japan receives more dollars for cars sold abroad. Exports for September alone rose 8.1 percent from a year earlier to 550,073 vehicles, the official said. Exports to the United States, however, fell by 9.97 percent to 180,600 vehicles, he added. The overall value of vehicle and parts exports in September rose 20.5 percent to dlrs 8.02 billion, he said. Meanwhile, Kyodo News Service said Toyota Motor Corp., Japan s largest auto maker, was expecting its overall production in Japan and abroad this year to decline by about 90,000 vehicles to million vehicles because of expected poor domestic sales. Occidental starts oil production in Siberia LOS ANGELES (AP) - Occidental Petroleum has begun exporting oil from western Siberia in a joint venture with a Russian production association, the Los Angeles-based energy company said Wednesday. The joint venture company, Vanyoganneft, which is 50 percent owned by Occidental, was granted a license by the Russian government to export about 1.1 million barrels of crude oil in the fourth quarter of Occidental will market the oil, which was firstexported Monday. Ray R. Irani, chairman and chief executive officer of Occidental, said the partially developed fields now produce 40,000 barrels per day from 100 wells and gross production will increase to about 65,000 barrels daily by Gross recoverable oil was forecast to exceed 320million barrels, Irani said in a statement. NEW YORK (AP) - Foreign Exchange, New York prices. Rates for trades of $1 million minimum. 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The Federal Reserve Board s index of the value of the dollar against 10 other currencies weighted on the basis of trade was Wednesday, up 0.63 points or 0.75 percent from Tuesday's A year ago the Index was a-auction result, Moscow Foreign Currency Exchange, c-commercial rate, d- tree market rate, f-financial rate. y-official rate, z-floating rate. Prices as of 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time (1900 GMT) from Telerate Systems and other sources. B u s in e s s /F in a n c e -S S ^ : Spot m étal p rices NEW YORK (AP) - Spot nonferrous metal prices Wednesday. Aluminum cents per lb London Metal Exch. Wed. Copper dollars per pound. Lead - 35 cents a pound. Zinc cents a pound, delivered. T in per pound. Gold dollars per troy oz. Silver dollars per troyoz. Mercury dollars per 76 lb flask. Platinum dollars troy oz., N.Y. (contract). Questions remain over US recovery By Patricia Lamiel NEW YORK (AP) - One day the government says the economy is robust again because consumer spending has improved. The next day it says consumer spending actually isn t so strong. Is the US economy recovering or not? Taken together, the numbers reported Tuesday and Wednesday, like the jumble of other government statistics on the economy, are open to just about any spin that economists or politicians wish to put on them. President Bush s reeleciion campaign called the report of a 2.7 percent growth rate in the third quarter, which was double the expected pace, very good news and proves his economic stewardship hasn t been so bad after all. We have now had six straight quarters of growth in the United States, Bush said in a Tuesday speech. And yet the Democrats keep telling us that everything is goingtohell, and they re wrong. Strategists forgov. Bill Clinton countered that the economy is recovering at less than one-third the pace of arty other postwar recovery, and that the thirdquarter performance is not likely to be repeated soon. Indeed, Bush s presidency can claim average annual growth of only 0.8 percent. Growth has been consistent, but slow. At the root of the third-quarter economic pickup was an increase in consumer spending of 3.4 percent in the third quarter and 0.7 percent in September. That s up from a drop of 0.1 percent in the second quarter. Personal income rose 0.7 percent in September. Those numbers look strong. But private economists say, look more closely. The nation s savings rate fell to 4.5 percent of disposable income from 5.3 percent in the second quarter. That means whatever increase in spending there was came largely out of people s savings, and not because they re necessarily making more money. That can t go on forever, said Marcos Jones', an economist at Deutsche Bank Capital Corp. The rise in personal income was skewed to the plus side by onetime increases in government spending to aid the victims of Hurricane Andrew, increased farm aid, and a 6.9 percent increase in military spending that reversed a five-quarter decline. Excluding the effects of the hurricane and farm subsidies, personal income rose 0.1 percent, after falling 0.6 percent in August. Another significant contributor to the third-quarter growth was a surge in business inventories _ more goods piling up. That is potentially bad news. U nless dem and revives promptly, there will be some production cutbacks necessary, which will mean either fewer hours worked or fewer people working, Jones said. In another down sign, orders to factories for durable goods fell a seasonally adjusted 0.4 percent in September, the government reported Wednesday. That was the third consecutive monthly drop. For the economy to turn decisively. positive, consumer^ must feel confident that their incomes will grow or at least not fall, and they have to start buying, most economists agree. The same day the Bush administration was hailing the thirdquarter increase in economic growth, a widely followed measurement of consumer confidence in the economy showed a big drop in October, he fourth straight monthly decline. Clearly, if there is a pickup in the economy, it s not affecting consumers so far, said Fabian Linden, the B oard s head of consumer research. New claims for state unemploym ent insurance, -another widely followed measurement of the economy, have fallen for three consecutive weeks. But overall unemployment is sticking at 7.5 percent, and most analysts do not expect it to drop below 7 percent next year. The unemployment rate has risen since mid-1991, the point at which people say that the recession actually ended, Robert Brusca, chief economist at Nikko Securities. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-37 US D eficit h its $290B By Dave Skidmore WASHINGTON (AP) - The gap between federal spending and revenues yawned to $290.2 billion in the year ended Sept. 30, setting a new record, the government said Wednesday. The deficit surpassed by 7.7 percent the previous record of $269.5 billion, rea ched in fiscal It was the 23rd consecutive year the government failed to bal - ance its budget and brought the accumulated national debt to $3,97 trillion. The administration is predicting the deficit for the 1993 fiscal year that began Oct. 1 will soar to yet another record of $341 billion. The Congressional Budget Office forecast is $368 billion. Private economists warned that the swelling ocean of red ink would severely constrain the ability of the new Congress and president, no matter who wins, to stimulate the sluggish economy with tax cuts or spending increases. Fiscal policy has been put on hold and no matter who is president it will not be brought fully to bear, said econom ist David Berson of the Federal National Mortgage Association. The record budget deficit means we ve been fighting the recession and then the stagnation that followed with one hand tied behind our back, he said. Economist David Munro of High Frequency Economics, a New Y ork-based consultant, said the first order of business for the new Congress probably won t be a fiscal stimulus package. Rather, it probably will be a measure raising the national debt ceiling from $4.145 trillion, which likely will be reached during the middle of the January-M arch quarter. Any sizable package of tax cuts or spending increases, if enacted, would run the risk of ballooning the deficit further, spooking financial markets and running up interest rates, economists said. This would lead to what I call the cold water effect, said economist Sung Won Sohn of Norwest Corp. in Minneapolis. It would throw a cold shower on the economy, slowing growth. Sohn said bond traders already have driven interest rates higher even before the election. Despite a 1990 agreement between Congress and the administration to control spending, they fear the deficit is spinning out of control, he said. Texas business executive Ross Perot, an independent candidate, for president, has made swift reductionof thedeficit acenterpiece of his campaign. Both P resident B ush and Democratic Bill Clintonhave said they would like to reduce the red ink more gradually, but economists complain that neither has offered credible details on how they would do it. In an apparent effort to appeal to voters worried about the budget gap, Clinton said Wednesday that he d like.perot to play some role in his administration because he really cares about reducing the deficit and controlling costs. As high as the 1992 deficit was, it still amounte d to far less than the Bush administration s January forecast of $399.7 billion and was below its mid-july prediction of $333.5 billion. Economists attributed the better-than-expected performance to a delay in spending on bank and savings institution failures. In the spring, the House voted down a bill that would have authorized the continued operation of the Resolution Trust Corp., which handles failed Savings and Loans. Stocks overcome uncertainties NEW YORK (AP) _ The stock market pushed ahead Wednesday, overcoming uncertainty about contradictory signals on the state of the US economy. The Commerce Department reported a 0.4 percent drop in new factory orders for durable goods in September, rather than the increase analysts had been expecting. O rders for h igher-priced, longer-lasting merchandise now have declined for three consecutive months. That seemed to run counter to the news on Tuesday of much stronger-than-expected growth in the gross domestic product during the third quarter. In addition, analysts said many investors had settled back to wait until after next week s election to try to get a fresh reading on where the economy is headed. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials climbed points to 3, Advancing issues outnumbered declines by about 10 to 7 on the New York Stock Exchange, with 1,016 up, 718 down and 618 unchanged. NYSE volume came to an estimated million shares as of 4 p.m. EST (2100 GMT), against million in the'previous session. 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23 38-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER 30,1992 INVITATION FOR BID IFB The Chief, Procurement and Supply is soliciting competitive sealed bids for the purchase of vehicles with the following specifications: Four (4) units four door sedans with automatic transmission, power steering, air condition, four cylinder gasoline engine, and AM/FM radio. Three (3) of the vehicles must be white in color. The remaining vehicle must be either black, dark blue, maroon, or a two tone color of any of the above. One (1) unit each 4 x 4 extended cab pick-up with automatic transmission, power steering, air condition, AM/FM radio V6 (six cylinder) gasoline engine, and a duraliner. Vehicle must be either be black or dark gray. All vehicles must be CIF Marpands, warranted with a one (1) year policy for complete maintenance, including oil change, lubrication, tuneup, and other recommended maintenance by the vehicles manufacturer. All vehicles must come with identical replacement tire, flat time replacement tools and accessaries. All vehicles must be. rustproof/ undercoated, safety inspected prior to delivery at marpands, with regis tration fee payable at the CNMI Treasury. All vehicles must be delivered within fifteen (15) working days after receipt or order, unless otherwise agreed upon by the CNMI. All bids must be in a sealed envelope marked EFB submitted in duplicate to the office of the chief, Procurement and Supply, Lower Base, Saipan, no later than November 9,1992 before 2:00 P.M. at which time and place, all bids would be publicly opened and read aloud. Any bids received late will not be considered, the CNMI government reserves the right to reject any or all bids in the best interest of the government /s/david M. Apatang. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RFP The Chief of Procurement and Supply is soliciting competitive sealed proposals from qualified firms or individuals to provide JANITORIAL SER VICES for the public Auditor s new office. Specifications for the above may be picked up at the office of Procurement and Supply, Lower Base, Saipan, during regular government working hours. All proposals must be in a sealed envelope marked ~RFP , submitted in duplicate to the office of the chief, Procurement and Supply, Lower Base, Saipan, no later than November 23, 1992 before 4:00 p.m. Any proposals received late will not be considered. The CNMI government reserves the right to reject any or all proposals in the best interest of the CNMI government. /s/david M. Apatang HELP WANTED RECEPTIONIST Law office seeks a responsible worker for receptionist, m ust have pleasant personality. Salary depends on experience and qualifications. Contact Annie Camacho, White, Novo-Gradac and Manglona telephone /1623,30»AC M agic AIDS guinean p ig By John Nadel INGLEW OOD, Calif. (AP) - Magic Johnson says he is a guinea pig for the AIDS virus. And he may be right. He is also the maestro of Showtime at the Forum. And he is the difference between the Los Angeles Lakers being a title contender or just another good team. Of that there is no doubt. He is, quite simply, one of the best players in the history of the NBA and after aone-year retirement, he is back to thrill fans with his clutch shooting, uncanny passing and oh-that-smile. '1 think I feel almost like a person who. s been kidnapped, or something, and finally returned home, Johnson said. It feels wonderful. I think only God knows how much I missed it. I m just happy I can put on this old No. 32 again. While Johnson will be wearing old No. 32, a larger version of his jersey _ retired by the Lakers last February _ remains on the Forum wall. My game is the same, he said. It s the same game it s always been _ get the ball to the open man and create. That s something that Johnson, thenba scareerleaderinassists, has probably done better than anyone who s ever played the game. Johnson and the Lakers begin the season against the Los Angeles Clippers atthesports Arena one day short of a year after Johnson s shocking retirement last Nov. 7. Somehow, the Lakers won 11 of their first 15 games without Johnson, but they finished _ their worst record in 15 years. And they were beaten 3-1 by the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round of the playoffs, their earliest exit in 11 years. That was then. This is now. Not only is Johnson back, but the Lakers have added veteran center James Edwards as a backup tovlade Divac. Rookies Anthony Peeler and Duane Cooper have both showed tremendous potential during the off-season. There are proven veterans like Divac, Byron Scott, James Worthy, Sam Perkins, A.C. Green and Elden Campbell. And Sedale Threatt, the point guard last year in Johnson s absence, showed what he could do when given the chance. This is the deepest team I ve K orason... _ Continued from page 44 the first with three runs on Peter Barlas two-run double and Jim Holman s RBI single. The Draft cut it to one, 3-2, when Sherman Ngiraidong ripped an inside the park homerun in their bottom half of the first and then scored on Harvie Masahara s sacrifice fly after leading off the fourth with a double. But the Buds retaliated, scoring the next three runs with two in the fifth on Paul Baron s single and one in the seventh on Craig Bidelspach s single.- The Draft rallied in the bottom of the seventh but weren t able to off-set the Buds lead. Kirk Vergith, Nick Saimon and Jeff Stein all knocked in two-runs a-piece to lead the Town and Country Sound Waves past the PUBLIC NOTICE ever played on, Johnson said. We vegotagreatteam. Yoirive got to be deep, you ve got to be versatile. This team has both. Johnson has a lot to do with that. Not only does he figure to make those around him much better players, as he s done in his previous 12 years with the Lakers, he ll be adifferent Magic than people are used to seeing. I put on 15 pounds because I ll be swinging back in d forth between guard and forward, he said. I ll need it. I m going to be a mini-version of Larry (Bird) now. Not playing the way Larry plays, but what the Celtics used to do is run the offense through Larry, and that s the same thing w e re going to do here. Just get up the floor, let the guards handle it, and then run it through me. I can make things happen. That s for sure. Ask Divac. Or Scott. Or Worthy. Or any other Laker. I ll get the ball when I want it, where I need it, Scott said. Earvin and I know each other. It was like he was injured last year. He doesn t allow those lulls. That s one thing we had to fightagainstlastyear,mentally. Toyota Wheels, The Waves picked-up all theii runs in the first three innings and held on with good defensive performance in the last four innings allowing just two runs while committing just one error. Donald Flores went the distance giving up just six hits and allowing just three earned runs. This is to inform the general public, and especially Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamp) clients that the Division of Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamp) office will be relocating to the JTV Commercial Building at As Lito on November 2,1992, but the November s first issuance week will be conducted at the Lower Base premises as scheduled, food Stamp recipients are advised to pick-up their food stamps at Lower Base Building #6 from November 2-6,1992. Full Food Stamp operations and activities at the JTV Commercial Building will effectuate on November9,1992. The new office telephone numbers are /9892/9890. The FAX line number is the mailing address is: Administrator P.O. Box 1488 Saipan, MP The cooperation of everyone is greatly appreciated. /s/patricia Palacios-de Beer. Food Stamp Administrator Esti na noticia para i henerat publiko, especiatmenti para i resipianten i Nutrition Assistance Program (NAP Food. Stamp). I ofisinan division (C&CA Nutrition Assistance Program (NAP) para umatulaika i lugat ginen Lower Base Building #6 esta guato gi JTV Commercial Building gi As Lito gi November 2,1992, lao gi Novembre na issuance Food Stamp para uma Kunducta ha gi Lower Base Building #6. Manma abibisa i resipianten Food Stamp na gi Novembre na mes para ufan hanao ha guato gi Lower Base Building #6 ya u machuli i Food Stamp niha guihi, desde Novembre 2-6, aporasion i Food Stamp gi JTV Commercial Building umatutuhum gi Novembre 9,1992. I telefon i nuebo na ofisina i sigenti siha na numero: /9892/9890. I numeron i FAX I Mailaing Address: Administator P.O. Box 1488 Saipan, MP koperasion todo ma sen agradesi Is/ Patricia Palacios-deBeer Food Stamp Administrator Group raises offer for Giants to $100M By Ronald Blum NEW YORK (AP) - The group trying to keep the Giants in San Francisco today increased their offer to SI00 million from $95 million. The NL said it had received the offer from a group headed by Safeway Inc. chairman Peter Magowan. The league said it would continue to study the proposal alongside the $115 million bid from a Florida group headed by Vincent J. Naimoli. Giants owner Bob Lurie announced Aug.7 thathehadagreed in principal to sell the team to Naimoli, who would move the Giants to the Florida Suncoast REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS SAIPAN HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS Dome in St. Petersburg. However, NL president Bill White said in September he would accept a Bay area offer and submit it to owners for consideration alongside the Tampa Bay bid. We are proud to deliver this amended, strengthened offer to National League president Bill White, Magowan said. The Commonwealth Ports Authority (CPA) of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) Is soliciting Proposals from qualified contractors for the construction work on the Saipan Harbor Improvement Project, CPA Project No. S- CPA located at Saipan, CNMI. The Project, in general, consists of approximately six hundred thirty thousand (630,000) cube yards of dredging, disposal of dredged material, by the filling of an approximate eight (8) acre bulkheaded wharf, sheet piling, paving, drainage, utilities and otherrelatedwork.relocafionofanexistingsanitaryseweroutfallisals6required. AllaspectsoftheProjedshallbeinaccordance with the plans and specif ications. Construction work is expected to cost approximately US $40-$50 million and such work must be performed without interrupting on-going port operatbns. The Project is being financed by the CPA This Request for Proposal is for Phase I with CPA s Option #1 (or Phase II) of the project. The CPA requests proposers to submit a combined proposal covering both Phase I and Option #1 (Phase II). The initial contract award may be limited to Phase I of the Project, depending on the availability of funds. Should additbnal funds become available, the CPA reserves the right to execute Optbn #1 (Phase II) within 365 calendar days after award of contract. Theproposalsshallbedeemedvalidforthefullduratbnof365calendardays aftercontract award. Proposals submitted must be available for acceptance for a period up to 60 days after the designated date for opening of proposals. CPA may award a contract on the basis of the initial offer received without negotiatbns. Therefore, the initial offer should contain the offeror s best terms. The contract award will be based on the sum of all pay items as listed in the proposal form. The proposal will show constructbn cost items for both Phase I and Option #1 (Phase II) separately in accordance with the plans and spedficatbns. The CPA will evaluate the proposals on factors that Include pricing, responsiveness, and the technical merits of the contractor s demonstrated ability to construct the project Proposers are required to submit qualifbatbn statements no later than fifteen (15) calendar days prior to the designated date for opening of proposals. Furthermore, all proposers must submit a notice of hisher intentbn to bid in a form substantially similar tothatsuppliedlnthespedficafionsnotlessthansix(6)calendardaysprbrtothedesignateddateforopening of proposals. Proposals must be received no later than 2:00 p.m., November 30,1992, (local time) at the office of: The Executive Director Commonwealth Ports Authority Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Saipan, MP Tel: (670) /6/7 Fax: (670) A pre-proposal meeting will be held at the above address at 10:00 am. on November 16,1992. All questbns must be submitted in writing or by fax to reach the above address no later than November 11,1992. Proposal documents are available from the CPA with payment of a non-refundable amount of $300 per set. Cashier s and certified checks or money orders shall be made payable to: COMMONWEALTH PORTS AUTHORITY P.O. Box 1055, Saipan, MP The Commonwealth Ports Authority reserves the right to reject proposals in accordance with Section 3.2 (7) of its Procurement Rules and Regulations. /%/ j.m. g u e r r e r o Chairman/Contracting Olficer Board of Directors Commonwealth Ports Authority Saipan, CNMI MicronesianTel Beyond the call A SECURE GROWING COMPANY S YSTEM ENGINEER Provides Technical expertise in operating systems,application systems, telecommunications, data base management, local area networking, client-server architecture, and monitoring techniques. Successful candidate will have a BS degree in Computer related field. Experience in computer technology and network operating system and two to five year experience in programming on mainframe, minicomputer and microcomputer. If this position will further your career and matches your background, send your resume with salary history to: Cristy Javier MTC Susupe P.O. Box 306 Saipan, MP or Fax your resume to (670) An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEW S-39 DUPLEX H O U SE FOR RENT Furnished two bedroom duplex house in Kagman. Equipped with 2 window airconditioners, water heater, 24 hour water, washer and car garage - $ per month; Call /2B-30 11/2,3(09480) HOUSE FOR RENT AS LITO 3 Bedroom House. 2 Baths. Wall to wall carpet. Unfurnished. For more info, call /2919 J APARTMENT FOR RENT Fully furnish. Located in Gualo Rai. Contact Vivian at after 5:00 p.m. 10/ *AC WANTXa>TÒLEASE LAXD Purpose : Repair Shop Approx. : sq. m. Location : Between San Jose to Tanapag Area Preferably-Lower Base Call: /54 E x t 107 A s k for R oziel LOCAL HIRE ONLY W A R E H O U S E W O R K E R S PA C K ER S Salary: $ per hour GRACE INTERNATIONAL, INC. SUSUPE, BEHIND NAURU BUILDING (7668)F/5/l up lo 10/30 RATTAN TABLE WITH GLASS TOP and (2) RATTAN CLUB CHAIR - SET OF 3 PCS. S200 (2) ROOM SIZE RUGS (1 at at $100) EXPANDABLE LUGGAGE ON WHEELS/LARGE $35 -EARLY CHRISTMAS SALE- BIG SELECTION of NEW & UNUSUAL GIFT ITEMS MANY TO CHOOSE FROM at S5 and S10 SALE BEGINS SAT. 31 OCT CAPITOL HILL SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD Pa c if ic C lu b S a i p a n PURCHASING AGENT wanted at Pacific Islands Club-Saipan. We are looking for a high energy, motivated individual to be a Purchasing Agent. Pacific Islands Club offers a diverse purchasing environment. We purchase items ranging from food and beverage to generator parts, sailboats and clothes. There are scores of challenges of getting the best price and on time. Very good promotional opportunities. Great wage and benefits. Please apply: Pacific Islands Club- Saipan, Personnel Office, P.O. Box 2370, Saipan MP or call (670) , ext icvt (311ft

24 ^-M A R IA N A S VARIETY NEWS AND VffiWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER 30,1992 Fischer... continued from page 44 to agree that it probably was an error. Fischer captured the world chess championship by beating the Russian-born Spassky in 1972, but the International Chess Federation stripped him of the title in 1975 after he refused to defend it. The 49-year-old American insists the current rematch is for the world champiohship, but it is not sanctioned by the chess federation. The match is being played in defiance of UN sanctions against Yugoslovia, now composed of only Serbia and Montenegro, for provoking war in neighboring Bosnia-Herzegovina. Europen Community envoy Lord Owen, co-chairman of a peace conference on Yugoslavia, briefly visited the chess hall during Wednesday s game. Responding to a question about whether he thought the UN sanctions were fair, Owen said he and co-mediator Cyrus Vance were trying to deal with all parties as impartially as we can. Asked whether he whether he cared to take on Fischer in a chess game, Owen, an avid chess fan, replied: I m not in his class. Washington has warned Fischer that he may face a fine and prison sentence for violating the UN sanctions if he returns to the United States. The m atch, sponsored by Yugoslav businessman Jezdimir Vasiljevic, started Sept. 2 in the Montenegrin coastal resort of Sveti Stefan and m oved to Belgrade after Fischer had won five games. moves BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) Moves Wednesday in Game 25 ot the chess match between Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky. Fischer won and leads 9-4. Sicilian Defense, Scheveningen Variation, Keres Attack (by transposition). Fischer (White) 1. e4 2. Nc3 3. Nge2 A *A 5. Nxd4 6. Be3 7. Qd g4 11. Bxd4 12. g5 13. h4 14. Na4 15. Nb6 16. Nxd7 17. K b l 18. Bd3 19. h5 20. Bc3 21. Rdgl 22. g6 23. gxh Bg5 25. Rg3 26. Rxg5 27.Rhgl 28. Rxg7 29. h6 30. b3 31. axb3 32. Qg2 33. Rg Rg h7 Spassky (Black) c5 Nc6 d6 cxd4 e6 Nf6 Be7 a6 0-0 Nxd4 b5 Nd7 b4 Bb7 Rb8 Qxd7 Qc7 Bc8 e5 B e 6 a5 B f6 Kh8 Qe7 Bxg5 Qf6 QxG Qf6 a4 axb3 Rfd8 Rf8 Kxh7 Kh8 Resigns Final positions: White: Kbl,Qg2,Rgl,Rg7,Bd3; pawns b3, c2, e4, h7. Black: Kh8,Qf6,Rb8,Rf8,Be6; pawns b4, d6, e5, f7. INVITATION FOR BID TFB The Chief, Procurement and Supply is soliciting competitivesealed bids from qualified indivividuals or firms for the purchase of heavy equipment. Specification for the above may be picked up at the Office of Procurement and Supply, Lower Base, Saipan during working hours (7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 12;30 p.m. to 4;30 p.m.). All bids must be in a sealed envelope marked IFB submitted in duplicate to the Office of the Chief, Procurement and Supply, Lower B ase, Saipan, before 2:00 p.m. November 16,1992, at which time and place, all bids will be publicly open and read aloud. Any bids received late will not be considered. The CNMI government reserves the right to reject any or all bids in the best interest of the government. /s/ DAVID M. ATAPANG INVITATION FOR BID PSS IFB /23,3 0 *1 1 «. 13(3163) T h e P ublic School System (PSS) is requesting com petitive sealed bids from vendors interested in supplying and installing (hardw are and softw are) for PSS, tw enty (20) com puters and five (5) printers that m eet or exceed the follow ing specifications: PSS IFB bid specifications m ay be picked up at the PSS Procurem ent & Supply O ffice, L ow er Base, Saipan, betw een 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M., M onday through Friday, excluding Holidays, on or after October 16,199? Bids m ay be subm itted at the PSS Procurem ent & Supply O ffice, Puerto Rico, Saipan, betw een 8:00 A.M. an d 4 :0 0 P.M., M onday through Friday, excluding Holidays. All proposals m ust be on a sealed envelope facem arked PSS IFB and subm itted to the Procurem ent & Supply O ffice at Lower B ase. C losing date and tim e for this proposal is N ovem ber 10,1992 at 10:00 a.m. A ll bids subm itted will be open on the sam e date and sam e tim e. A non-refundable fee o f S25.00 U.S. dollars m ust accom pany the bid. T he twenty five dollar fee may be a certified check, cashier s check, or other form acceptable to the Public School system m ade payable to the treasurer. Public School System, C om m onw ealth o f the N orthern M ariana Islands. T he bidder is required to subm it with their bid a copy of their business perm it. T he Public School System reserves the right to aw ard on a single or multiple aw ard or reject any or all bids. Any bid received after the aforem entioned closing dale and tim e w ill not be accepted under any circum stances. A ny_ inquiries m ay be directed to M ike Murphy at telephone # /4051/2/3.8 /s/w illiam S. Torres Com m issioner of Education /s/l ouise S. Concepcion Procurem ent & Supply Officer INVITATION FOR BID PSS IFB T he Public School System (PSS) is requesting com petitive sealed bids from vendors interested in supplying the PSS w ith a Desk T op Publishing System netw orked by 10 B A SE - T Ethernet, consisting of twelve (12) com puters, one (1) lap top, one (1) laser printer, one (1) color printer, (1) color plotter, and (1) color scanner that m eet or exceed set specifications: PSS IFB bid specifications m ay be picked up at the PSS Procurem ent & Supply Office, Low er Base, Saipan, betw een 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M., M onday through Friday, excluding Holidays, on or after October 16, Bids m ay be subm itted at the PSS Procurem ent & Supply O ffice, Low er Base', Saipan, betw een 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M., M onday through Friday, excluding H olidays. All proposals ih u stb e in a sealed envelope facem arked PSS IFB93-002" and subm itted to the Procurem ent & Supply O ffice at Low er Base. C losing dale and tim e for this proposal is N ovem ber 10,1992 at 2:00 p.m. All bids subm itted w ill be open on the sam e date and same tim e. A non-refundable fee of $25.00 U.S. dollars m ust accom pany the bid. The twenty five dollar fee may be a certified check, cashier s check, or other form acceptable to the Public School system m ade payable to the treasurer, Public School System, Com m onw ealth of the N orthern M ariana Islands. T he bidder is required to subm it with their bid a copy o f their business perm it. T he Public School System reserves the right to aw ard on a single or m ultiple aw ard o r reject any or all bids. Any bid received after the aforem entioned closing date and tim e w ill not be accepted under any circum stances. A ny inquiries m ay be directed to M ike M urphy, Com puter Coordinator, Public g School system, at telephone # )9311/4051/2/3 ext n /s/w illiam S. Torres /s/l ouise S. C oncepcion o' Com m issioner of Education Procurem ent & Supply Officer a WORKSHOP: A GUIDE TO VOLUNTARY COMPLIANCE IN HEALTH AND SAFETY A 35-hour workshop designed for personnel from all types of industries in the private sector, who are interested in developing safety and health programs in the workplace. Emphasis is placed' upon how the provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health Act may be implemented in the workplace. Participants who successfully complete this workshop will be issued OSHA Training Institute certificates and cards certifying course completion. DATE TIME TUITION LOCATION November 2-6, A.M. to 4 P.M. Daily S per person Marianas Printing, 2nd Floor Conference Room EN R O LLM EN T IS LIM ITED! To register, or should you have any questions, please call Construction Inspection Services at , or fax ; or call Richard Pierce of Safety First at / or fax no / AC: Run Dates: 10/23 & 10/3C REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RFP The Chief of Procurement and Supply is soliciting competitive sealed proposals from qualified firms or individuals to provide services for the Department of Public Safety. Specifications for the above may be picked up at the office of Procurement and Supply, Lower Base, Saipan, during regular government working hours. Proposals will be evaluated by the following criteria: 1) Delivery of services 2) Ability to perform task 3) Previous experiences All proposals must be in a sealed envelope marked RFP- 0001, submitted in duplicate to the office of the Chief, Procurement and Supply, Lower Base, Saipan, no later than November 2, 1992 before 4:00 p.m. Any proposals received late will not be considered. The CNMI Government reserves the right to reject any or all proposals in the best interest of the CNMI government. /s/ DAVID M. ATAPANG VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT The Commonwealth Ports Authority announces the following job vacancies at the Saipan International Airport: 1 Account Clerk 1 Terminal General Maintenance 2 Gardeners 2 Custodians 4 Firefighters 3 Security Officers For Tinian Airport and Seaport 1 Weather Observer For Rota Airport and Seaport 1 Radio/Weather Observer 1 Custodian 1 Security/Fireman Application Forms are available at the Saipan International Airport; Rota and Tinian Airports. The deadline for submission of application is 4:30 P.M. October For more information, please call Tel /6/7. MANAGERV 1 SALES MANAGER- High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $1,000 per month. 1 SALES REPRESENTATIVE - High school equlv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $3.00 per hour. Contact: JC CORPORATION dba SEA WEALTH, P.O. Box 2260, Saipan, MP Tel. No (10/30)F/ GENERALMANAGER-College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $1,500 per month. 1 PAINTER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $4.00 per hour. Contact: KAM CORPORATION, P.O. Box 606, Saipan, MP (10/30)T/ GENERALMANAGER-Collegegrad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $1,675 per month. 2 SALES REPRESENTATIVE - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.25 per hour. 1 HELPER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: ENHANCE PACIFIC CORP. dba ESSENCE ACCESSORIES BOU TIQUE, Caller Box AAA 27, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/ ASSISTANT MANAGER - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $1,000 per month. Contact: NIIZEKI INTERNATIONAL SAIPAN CO. LTD. dba LOS ANGELES CLUB, P.O. Box 140 CHRB, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/ FACTORY MANAGER 1 SALES MANAGER 1 1NTERPRETER - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $5.80 per hour. I GENERATOR OPERATOR 9 PACKER I I PRESSER (MACHINE) 139 SEWING MACHINE OPERATOR 1 SEW ING MACHINE REPAIRER 3 C O O K 12 CUTTER (MACHINE) - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. 2 S E W IN G S U P E R V IS O R - High schoolgrad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $4.05 per hour. Contact: GRACE INTERNATIONAL, Caler Box PPP 109, Saipan, M P 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/ ASSISTANT MANAGER - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $1,000 - $1,200 per month. 1 OFFICE M ANAGER-Collegegrad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $1,000 per month. 1 ACCOUNTANT - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $900 per month. 1 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $5.00 per hour. 1 W AITRESS - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $5.00 per hour. 4 COOK - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $3.00 per hour. 3 W AITRESS (RESTAURANT) - High school grad., 2 yis. experience. Salary $ $3.00 per hour. Contact: KAIZOKU CORPORATION, P.O. Box 5771 CHRB, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/6)F/ A D M IN IS T R A T IV E /M A R K E T IN G MANAGER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary$ 1,100-$2,0 00per month. Contact: JCT SERVICE PLUS INC., P.O. Box 137, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /47 (11/6)F/ OPERATION MANAGER - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $4.50 per hour. Contact: TRANSAMERICA CORPO RATION, P.O. Box 2399 CK Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /7631/6834 (1 1/6)F/ SALES MANAGER - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $5.80 per hour. Contact: EVER PLUS ENTERPRISES, P.O. Box 78, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/ ENGINEER 1 PROJECT ENG INEER-High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2,000 per month. Contact: TURNER PACIFIC CORPO RATION, P.O. Box 1277, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /2007( 10/30)F/ ACCOUNTANT 1 ACCOUNTANT - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $8.00 per hour. 3 G REENSKEEPER - High school equlv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $4.50 per hour. 5 GROUNDSKEEPER - High school equlv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $4.50 per hour. 2 AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $4.25 per hour. 1 HOUSEKEEPER (C LEANER)-High school equlv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $4.00 per hour. Contact: SUW ASO CORPORATION dba CORAL OCEAN POINT RESORT CLUB, P.O. Box 1160, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/ AC CO UN TAN T-C ollege grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $1,000 per month. 1 ACCOUNTANT - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. S alary$1,800perm onlh. Contact: TOWN HOUSE, INC., P.O. Box 167, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel No /6439 (10/30)F/ AC CO UN TAN T-C ollege grad,, 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $8.00 per hour. Contact: V.O. SAIPAN CORPORA TION, P.O. Box 1060 CK, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel No (10/30)F/ ACCOUNTANT - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $900 per month. 1 ELECTRICIAN - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. C ontact: G IAN C AR LO IN C O R PO RATED, P.O. Box 5548 CHRB, Splpan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/6)F/ ACCOUNTANT -C olle gegrad.,2yrs. experience. Salary $5.20 per hour. Coqtact: HORIZONS, INC.', P.O. Box 2399 CK, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/6)F/ ACCO UNTANT-College grad., 2yrs.. experience. Salary $700 - $1,000 per month. Contact: MARIANAS MANAGEMENT CORPORTION, P.O. Box 137, Salpari, MP 96950, Tel. No /6(11/6)F/ ACCO UNTANT-College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $800 per month. 1 ACCOUNTANT - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $1,200-$1,500 per month. Contact: JOETEN ENTERPRISES, INC., P.O. Box 137, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /6 (11/6)F/3156. CONSTRUCTION WORKER 2 CARPENTER 2 ELECTRICIAN 3 MASON - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: EMILIO P. QUIATCHON SR. dba EQ CONSTRUCTION, P.O. Box 1073, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/ CARPENTER - High school equiv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. 1 CARPENTER - High school equlv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.50 per hour. Contact: ANTONIO A. ARRIOLA dba A s CONSTRUCTION CO., P.O. Box 77, Garapan, Saipan, MP 96950, (10/ 30)F/ MASON - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: GOLDEN ENT., P.O. Box, 2372, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/ PLUMBER - High schoolgrad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: H.S. LEE CONST. CO., INC. dba General Contractor, P.O. Box 440, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/3131. MISCELLANEOUS 1 CASHIER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.50 per hour. Contact: COMMONWEALTH PACIFIC INT'L. INC. dba CRYSTAL PALACE/ TAMAYA GIFT SHOP, P.O. Box 1328, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/ REFRIGERATION TECHNICIAN - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $7.00 per hour. 2 COOK HELPER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $3.40 per hour. 2 W AITER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $2.88 per hour. 1 CLEANER, HOUSEKEEPING - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.88 per hour. Contact: RONALD D. SABLAN dba PACIFIC GARDENIA HOTEL, P.O. Box 144, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /66/77 (10/30)F/ TRAVEL COUNSELOR - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $1,300 per month. Contact: WORLD WIDE CORPORA TION dba W ORLD TOUR & TRAVEL, Caller Box PPP 305, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /3700 (10/30)F/ COOK - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: J & S CORPORATION, P.O. Box 212 CHRB, Saipan, MP (10/ 30)F/ JANITOR - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $2.40 per hour. C ontact: PACIFIC M ICRONESIA CORP. dba DAI-ICHI HOTEL SAIPAN BEACH, P.O. Box 1029, Garapan, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No to.5 ext (10/30)F/ GENERAL HELPER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15- $3.00 per hour. Contact: MICRONESIAN AVIATION CORP. dba MACAW HELICOPTERS, P.O. Box 1160, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/ SALES SUPERVISOR - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $4.04 per hour. Contact: MAMMY HOUSE, INC. dba MAMMY'S BOUTIQUE, P.O. Box 2376, Garapan, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (10/30)F/ GREENSKEEPER - High school equiv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: CNMI DEVELOPMENT INC. dba DANDAN GOLF CLUB, P.O. Box 1985, Saipan MP 96950, Tel. No (11/6)F/ SEWING MACHINE OPERATOR - High school grad., 2 yrs.. experience. Salary $ $4.00 per hour. Contact: NEW STAR CORPORATION, P.O. Box 1749, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /7 (11/6)F/ DRIVER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: JUAN T. GUERRERO & AS SOCIATES, P.O. Box 1218, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /8804 (11/ 6)F/ COOK - High school equlv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: TA BUN KUY, P.O. Box 1328, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (1 1/6)F/ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1992 -MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-41 RATES: Classified Announcement Rer one inch column -S3.00 Classified Display Per one inch column-$3.50 DEADLINE: For Tuesday Edition - Friday 5:00 p.m For Friday Edition - Wednesday 12 noon NOTE: ff for some reason your advertisement is incorrectm call us immediately to make the necessary corrections. The Marianos Variety News & Views is responsible onty forone incorrect insertion. We reserve the right to edit, refuse, reject or cance l any ad at any time. 1 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Collegegrad.,2yrs.experience. Salary $800 - $1,500 per month. 2 SALES CLERK - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ 1,000 - $ 1,500 per month. Contact: I.S.D. SAIPAN CO. LTD.,Caller Box AAA 884, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /11 (11/6)F/ FAST FOOD WORKER 1 LANDSCAPER 10 SALESCLERK - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $4.00 per hour. 1 ARTIST - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $6.00 per hour. 1 CARPENTER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $5.00 per hour. 1 ADM INISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $900 per month. 2 BAKER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $725 - $1,200 per month. 2 ACCOUNTANT - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $600 - $1,200 per month. Contact: J.C. Tenorio Ent. Inc., P.O. Box 137, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /6 (11/6)F/ SALES SUPERVISOR - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $700 - $1,300 per month. Contact: G O LF&TE N N IS(C NM I)IN C P.O.Box 137, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /6 (11/6)F/ TIRE REPAIRER-High school equlv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: AMERICAN SUN GLOW CORP., Caller Box AAA 793, Saipan. MP 96950, Tel. No (11/6)F/ AUTO-MECHANIC-High schoolgrad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: PONY CORPORATION dba PONY AUTO-REPAIR SHOP, Caller Box PPP 127, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (1 1/6)F/ ""b u i l d i n g M A IN TE N A N C E RE- PAIRER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: CHONG S. GAFFNEY dba HOLLYWOOD VIDEO/BFB COLLEC TION, P.O. BOX 2214, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11 /6)F/ FAST FOOD COOK 1SNACKBAR W AITRESS-Hlgnschool equiv., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: SADOG MAMAES, INC., P.O. Box Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /8804 (11/6)F/ CLASSIFIED ADS NEW 1 ASST. MANAGER - College grad., 2 ' yrs. experience. Salary$600permonth. Contact: FREDDIE P. SAINTS dba FREDDIE SAINTS PRODUCTION, #8 Vestcor, Commercial Bldg., Capitol Hill, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /9 (1 1/13JF/ ACCO UNTANT-College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $900 per month. 2 A DMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Collegegrad.,2yrs.experience. Salary $800 per month. 3 MAINTENANCE REPAIRER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: ETU-MULTI SERVICES, INC. dbaorient EXPRESS, SAIPAN, Caller Box AAA 1037, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/13)F/ ACCOUNTANT -C ollegegrad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $900 per month. 2 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Collegegrad., 2 yrs.experience. Salary $4.62 per hour. Contact: SUSANA T. MAFNAS dba TRAVELLER'S LODGE APARTELLE, P.O. Box 5045 CHRB, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/13)F/ CIVIL ENGINEER - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ 1,000-$1,70 per month. 2 MASON - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: GERTUDES FELIPE dba UNITED BUILDERS CO., P.O. Box 2060, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (1 1/13)F/ CIVIL ENGINEER - College grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $1,000 per month. Contact: TAC INTL. CONSTRUCTORS INC., P.O. Box 1579, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /7833/7631 (11/13)F/ SALES REPRESENTATIVE - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $3.50 per hour. Contact: HORIZONS, INC., P.O. Box 2399 CK, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No / (1 1/13)F/ AD M IN ISTR ATIVE A SSISTAN T - Collegegrad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $4.50 per hour. 1 PLUMBER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour. Contact: ANTONIA V. TAITANO dba MAAC ENTERPRISES, P.O. Box 705, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/113)F/ SALES REPRESENTATIVE - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $3.50 per hour. Contact: BEACHWAY INDUSTRIAL CORPORTION, Caller Box PPP 622, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (1 1/13)F/ H UMAN RESOURCE ADVISOR - High school grad., 3 yrs. experience. Salary $1,500 per month. Contact: CLARLES COTTONE dba PACIFIC RIMCONSULT.SERV.,Caller Box PPP 1022 Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /99 (11/13)F/ ELECTRICIAN - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.50 per hour. Contact: JOE CORELLA dba SPEC TRUM ELECTRIC, Caller Box PPP 146, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/13)F/ CUTTING SUPERVISO R - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $4.04 per hour. Contact: ONW EL MFG (SAIPAN) LTD), P.O. Box 712, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No to 25 (11 /13)F/ SEWING MACHINE OPERATOR 4 GARMENT INSPECTOR 5 GARMENT INSPECTOR 5 HAND PACKAGER 1 TRIMMER 8 PRESSER, MACHINE 3 CUTTER, MACHINE 1 FUSING MACHINE TENDER 2 B U TTO NH O LE M ACHDINE O P ERATOR - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $2.15 per hour 1 SUPERVISO R (SEW ING) - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $4.05 per hour. Contact: EUROTEX(SPN.) INC., Caller Box PPP 141, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No /73 (11/13)F/ PHOTO DEVELOPER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $3.00 per hour. Contact: LIGHTNING DEVELOPMENT, LTD. dba F U M E TREE F U S H FOTO, P.O. Box 1698, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/13)F/ STOREKEEPER - High school grad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $400 per month. Contact: BREO ENTERPRISES dba MARICELLE'S, P.O. Box 2580 CK, Saipan, MP 96950, Tel. No (11/13)F/ W A IT R E S S -High schoolgrad., 2 yrs. experience. Salary $ $3.00 per hour. C ontact: J.C. TE N O R IO EN TE R PRISES, INC., P.O. Box 137, Saipan MP 96950, Tel. No /47 (1/ 13)F/3196.

25 42-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VIEWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER EEK 8c MEEK by Howie Schneider f We'bfc e o í o s 1DGEIHER1QÛ LOtiG... GARFIELD by Jim Davis t V0Ü CAN'T POOL MEG S UONl I KNOW / cu THAT'S 00/ / - k O r _ O0 'Afjf \ \ Çtîî# jc. tw I ÔOTCHA ) m? Í M S? ï> : y AM7AVte> PEANUTS by Charles M. Schulz UNÜ6, NOBOPY BELIEVES UWATS IN THE5E PAMPHLETS ABOUT THE l 6REAT PUMPKIN" ï Ï J l MAYBE THEY'RE ALL TOO SMART.. MAYBE WE 5H0UIP 60 TO 50ME0NE'5 H0Ü5E U)M0 IS «5TUPIP EN0U6H TO RELIEVE THIS... STELLA WILDER YOUR BIRTHDAY By Stella Wilder Born today, you have an unusually pleasant, unassuming manner, and you are always willing to let others enjoy the spotlight However, no one should make the mistake of thinking you are without convictions or are in any way weak or spineless; on the contrary, your easy manner is a direct result of your inner strength and confidence, and when your back is against the wall you w ill surely prove a formidable'adversary in virtually any arena. Ybu are strong-willed, though patient, and usually get what you want. Your friends; surprisingly, are few but this is because you give yourself fully only to a select circle of individuals who share your ideals, your aspirations, your talents, and, usually, your temperament. Still, you are able to get along with almost anyone at any time. Also bom on this dato are: Christopher Columbus, explorer; Grace Slick, singer; Henry Winkler, actor. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. Let your birthday star be your daily guide. SATURDAY, OCT. 31! aw RLD A LM A N A C DATE B O O K Oct. 30, 1992 m i is the day of 1992 le 39th day f S HISTORY: On th is d ay in th e ra d io b ro a d c a st of O rson ra d io d ra m a, "W ar of the, caused a nationw ide panic. "S BIRTHDAYS: Jo h n A dam s 126), U.S. p resid en t; E z ra Pound SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - You may have the feeling, on several occasions today, that you are being watched. Trust your intuition. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You mustn t let your enjoyment of practical jokes get the better of you today. Avoid dangerous situations. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - Advice you receive from others today is only valuable if you consider it seriously from your own perspective. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - Your day is likely to begin early and end late but you ll have the stamina to maintain a rapid pace throughout. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) - Affairs of those close to you today may give you cause for worry but there is only so much you can do. ARIES (March 21-April 19) - You may learn, today, how to let go of those in your care. In this way, you can actually strengthen bonds. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - You re setting too many goals at this time; pinpoint your desires and be more specific in your ambitions. GEMINI (May 21-Jane 20) - You may not be able to say what is on your mind today, but somehow you must get the message across. ( ), p o et-critic-trh n slato r; F re d F rie n d ly (1915-), com m unications executive-educator, is 77; Louis M alle (1932- ), film d irecto r, is 60; G race Slick (1939- ), singer, is 53; H enry W inkler (1945-), actor-p ro d u cer, is 47; H a rry H am lin (1951-), actor, is 41. TODAY S SPORTS: On this day in 1974, M uham m ad Ali, unveiling his notorious rope-a-dope stra te g y, knocked out G eorge F o re m an in the 8th round in K inshasa, Z aire, to reg ain the heavyw eight title. TODAY S QUOTE: W ar on nations change m aps. W ar on p o v erty m ap s ch ange. - M u h am m ad Ali TODAY S W EATHER: On th is day in 1923, and la stin g until A pril 7, 1924, M arb le B a r, W est A u stralia, had high tem p eratu res equal to or g re a te r than f Ml, MARCIE! ) [ _ J UaJMAT'5 UP?/ I CANCER (Jane 21-Jnly 22) - You may wake to discover today that happiness is very much on the line at this time. You ll make important decisions. 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26 44-MARIANAS VARIETY NEWS AND VŒWS-FRIDAY-OCTOBER 30,1992 SPORTS 25th Game Black- Spassky Ш Щ.. / у,,,,, Ш Л ' # ш w m. B C D E F G H White- Fischer Fischer s lead w idens to 9-4 BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) - Bobby Fischer defeated Boris Spassky decisively on Wednesday to take a 9-4 lead and clinch at least a tie in their $5 million chess remach. The win in game 25, which had been postponed by Spassky from Sunday because of illness, leaves Fischer just one game short of winning the match outright. The S3.35 million top prize goes to the first player to win logames. The loser gets the remainder. Rules slate that should the game reach a 9-9 tie, play ends and the prize money is divided evenly. But such a result appears unlikely, with Fischer playing strongly against the ailing, 55- year-old Spassky. The next game is scheduled for Thursday. Draws do not count, and there are no adjournments. Spassky s postponement on Sunday because of the flu was his fourth, the maximum allowed each player under match rules. Spassky would forfeit the match if he missed any more games. On Wednesday, Fischer, playing white, used the open variation against Spassky s Sicilian Defense for the second time in the match. Spassky responded with the so-called Scheveningen setup, which Fischer transposed to the Keres Attack in his 10th move. By the 25th move, experts said it was apparent that Fischer s attack against the enemy king was faster and more dangerous than Spassky s I think I had the better opening, Fischer said afterward. He played a line that is considered playable, but I m not so sure. He allowed me to simplify these knights, Fischer added, apparently referring to moves 15 and 16. That was a big advantage for me because then he had almost no counterplay. Spassky s Bb7 was a novelty, and both players seemed continued on page 40 Beach volleyball games set at Hyatt MEN S and women s beach volleyball games will be held Nov. 7 and co-ed games on Nov. 8 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, the Saipan Amateur Volleyball Association announced yesterday. Most winning teams in these games will qualify for the December tournament where 44 teams from Japan are expected to compete. Entry fee for m e n s and women s games is S50 and for coed teams, $25. Deadline for payment of fees and submission of roster is Nov. 2. Interested team s are asked to turn in their fee and roster on due date so that scheduling of games can be done before the game. For more inform ation please callt oniet aitano at or Pas Olopai at M a ria n a s Micronesia's Leading Newspaper Since 1972 P.O. Box 231 Saipan, MP Tel. (670) Fax: (670) M iller Draft beats E quitable Protector By Frank D. Palacios THE S.V. Miller Draft, trailing going into the bottom of the seventh, rallied for eight runs highlighted by Paul Roberto s three-run homer to upset the pennant champion Equitable Insurance D-Protector, Ben Sablan cruised through the first four innings, allowing just one unearned run on three hits with five strikeouts and just one base on balls with his team ahead, 7-1, before tiring, allowing four runs with four base on balls before being relieved by Gus Aguon with two outs to end the rally. After allowing the Draft to cut the lead to 7-5, the D-Protectors rebounded to increase their lead to 12-5, scoring the next five runs of the game with three in the sixth on Kirk V ergith s and Gus Aguon s single aided by two draft s error and two in the seventh on James Diaz s RBI triple and Vergith s RBI single. Aguon, who faced just four batters in the sixth, was hammered for three consecutive hits, including Roberto s three-run homers that cut the lead to The next two batters reached base on walks before Sablan re-entered themound walking the next two batters for another Draft run. Mike Muna then hit a sacrifice fly to left for the first out, cutting the lead to Pat Tenorio then flew to center for the second out and the pennant champions were now one out away from winning game one. A double by Dave Santos and three consecutive walks gave the Draft game one with just a game away from winning the championship. Korason, Enforcers battle to 9-9 tie THE TENORIO Korasoris and the C.O.P. Enforcers tied for third with an identical 5-2 mark battle to 9-9 due to the time limitation in Sunday s first game in the slowpitch tournament. The Enforcers are on the verge of losing their third game after winning their last five games, trailing by two, 9-7, after 6 1/2 innings but survived on John D iaz s sacrifice R B I and a Korason error for the tie. Jess Peterson of the Korasons and Ray Camacho of the Enforcers w ent 3-for-3, and John Maratita of COP was 3-for-4. Giovanni Mira went 2-for-3 with four RBIs and John Aldan and Benick Ioanis both knocked in two runs to lead the As Maetog T.G.I. Kings past the leagueleading NPI Blue Sharks, 14-11, in the B division. The Sharks jumped on. top 1-0 on Ed Saka s inside-the-park homer in the top of the first, but the Kings responded in the next four runs with two in their bottom half and two in the second for a 4-1 lead. Unsatisfied with a one run lead after 4 1/2 innings, 7-6, the Kings with a seven-run outburst in the bottom of the fifth put the game away although the Shades managed to rally in the seventh but was three runs short for their second loss of the season. The Tropical Buds, who were in last place, did what other teams were not able to do, defeated the previously unbeaten Miller Draft with a 6-4 decision in the third game. The Buds took the lead they never relinquished in the top of continued on page 38 MENS ISLAND-WIDE SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL LEAGUE (Team standing as of Sunday October 25) Team A" Win Loss Pet. GB Miller Draft Kautz Glass Glazers Korason /2 COP Enforces /2 DFS Defenders M.T.C. Shoe Gallery Tropical Buds /2 Team B NPI Blue Sharks Abogados /2 Sound Waves As Maeteog T.G.I. Kings OlAces Toyota Wheels /2 Precinct 3 Gangs Batting Leaders: (based on 21 or more times at bat) Player Eddie Saka Tony C. Camacho Greg C. Camacho Peter Barlas Mark Ngiraidong S. Ngiraidong Jerry Avuyu Frank Pangelinan Maurino Besebes Clarence Saka Team Blue Sharks Sound Waves Abogados Tropical Buds Miller Draft Miller Draft Ol'Aces Glazers Blue Sharks Miller Draft AB Hit Batting Runs: (13) Ed Saka, Greg Camacho, Mark Ngiraidong (12) John Diaz, j Joe Tenorio, Tony Reyes Doubles: (5) Tony C. Camacho (4) Ray Saka (3) Nick Guerrero, Greg Camacho. Kirk vergith, Mark Ngiraidong, Joe Tenorio, Ben Duenas,' Giovanni Mira, Triples: (4) Ben Mesa (3) Martin Cruz (2) Mark Ngiraidong, Martin Gloyd, Max Concepcion, John Idechil, Brian Nicholas Homeruns: (9) Greg C. Camacho (5) Jerry Ayuyu (4) Tom Diaz RBI's (28) Greg C. Camacho (17) Greg C. Camacho (14) Mark Ngiraidong Pitchdlng Leader Player Team John Diaz Enforces Al Taitano Glazers Joe Torres Korason Marciano Martin Sharks Clarence Saka Miller Draft Donald Flores S. Waves Joe Sablan Korason Mark Quitugua Ol'Aces. 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