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IThatincluose 018 MACY'S 4-DAY FUR SALE STARTS THURSDAY ¶r!Trr fftI i Associated Press Hurricane Hugo's mayhem included splintered homes in Ceiba Puerto Rico Up to 50000 were left homeless on the island Bee News Services CORAL GABLES Fla — Hurricane Hugo blamed for 25 deaths in the Caribbean continued its march across the Atlantic Tuesday The National Hurricane Center here prepared to issue a hurricane watch for a broad coastal area of the southeastern United States Although Hugo might skirt a high- pressure system in the northern Atlantic and turn seaward forecasters said it is most likely to move ashore between Cape Canaveral Fla and Cape Hatteras NC later this week They said it may miss the Bahamas In Florida NASA officials said they would wait until today before deciding to move the space shuttle Atlantis scheduled for launch Oct 12 from its launch pad and into shelter They also put off a decision on whether to remove a Navy communications satellite from an Atlas-Centaur rocket on another launch pad until more is known about Hugo's path After pounding the eastern Caribbean with winds as high as 140 mph Hugo's winds slowed Tuesday to about 105 mph But forecasters said U stri atmospheric conditions appear favorable for it to strengthen while moving across the water At 10:30 pm EDT the hurricane's center was about 190 miles northeast of Grand Turk Island a British island off the southern Bahamas according to the National Weather Service As communications improved with Caribbean islands struck by Hugo a clearer picture emerged of extensive damage caused by the storm's winds and tidal surge US Virgin Islands Gov Alexander Ferrel ly and Puerto Rican Gov Rafael Hernandez Colon toured parts of their islands in helicopters and told of widespread destruction and sporadic looting Contradicting earlier reports each said no deaths were attributable to the storm Perm Ily said in a telephone interview that about 60 percent of houses on the island of St Croix were destroyed and that more than 80 percent on St Croix and half on St Thomas were damaged After flying over St Thomas and St John Ferrel ly said he was appalled by the extent of the destruction ne Of The Newest Ideas Childbirth Is Also One Of The Oldest e s(6:": :it:'' 'ieaster "The homes look like matchboxes that someone stepped on" he said "Many of them are completely destroyed You've really got to see it to believe it You can't imagine" Hernandez Colon interviewed in San Juan Tuesday said "Thank God we suffered no fatalities" Damage to Puerto Rico's infrastructure was considerable and the island was without electricity Telephone service was reported to be spotty Estimates of those left homeless in Puerto Rico ranged up to 50000 Insurance experts were already assessing the damage that Hugo wrought in Puerto Rico and the rest of the Caribbean with preliminary losses estimated at up to $2 billion In Washington a Defense Department spokesman said that "virtually every structure" at the Roosevelt Roads naval base in Puerto Rico had been damaged some severely Only minor injuries were reported The base reopened for daytime activity until gear used for night operations could be repaired After passing over Puerto Rico Monday night Hugo appeared to threaten the Bahamas But forecasters said Tuesday it may only parallel Today more and more expectant mothers are looking into one of the oldest birthing practices around — the use of certified nurse-midwives to deliver their babies And for good reason With a certified nurse-midwife you'll experience a more natural childbirth -- vith standard invasive obstetrical procedures used only when medically indicated Plus you'll enjoy the added comfort of having a certified nurse-midwife work with you from prenatal care through labor and delivery I & A We've expanded our practice to accommodate the growing demand for this childbirth option Our certified nurse-midwives work under the close supervision of Dr Larty Saltzman and his associates who are always available if the need arises And all deliveries are performed at Sutter Memorial Hospital If you would like more information about this exciting new option in childbirth please call us for our informative brochure V u Li 1 Lim A Saltanan MD Family Practice !poem Gerhard Sue Orto leva MNM Certified Nurse-Islidvs 2331 Capitol Avenue Sacramento CA 95816 (916) 442-1011 0 C Larry Saltzman 1989 anE1111111ElliMEMINNME - -- US those islands which should receive only heavy rain Robert Sheets director of the hurricane center said computer projections show widely divergent tracks that Hugo may take The most likely projection was for Hugo to strike along the Eastern Seaboard sometime Friday or early Saturday forecasters said "I think we'll be issuing some kind of hurricane watch sometime tomorrow (Wednesday)" Sheets said "I think it will be a fairly broad area probably more Cape Canaveral to Cape Hatteras" As the storm moved north forecasters noted that Hugo appeared to be reorganizing Hurricane specialist Gilbert Clark a 34-year veteran at the center said that while the storm may be strengthening he doubted that Hugo will regain the 140 mph winds with which it hit Guadaloupe late Saturday SALE $1995 C 41UR SALON mccys Mocy's Fur Solon—Son Francisco Hillsdale How to help hurricane relief efforts Telephone information lines Relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Hugo in Puerto Rico are being coordinated by the Department of Puerto Rican Community Affairs in the United States 304 Park Ave South New York NY 10010 Its hotline for news and for people wishing to donate money is: (212) 473-4788 A toll-free number was being set up Tuesday In addition the federal Interior Department has established a 24-hour telephone number for people seeking information about the situation in the Virgin Islands The number is 202-343-6816 There are two American Red Cross numbers for callers who wish to pledge money for Puerto Rican hurricane relief: (800) 453-9000 for English speakers and (800) 453-4487 for Spanish speakers Where to send checks IS American Red Cross Greater New York PO Box 4691 Grand Central Station New York NY 10164 Ayuda por Damnificados Huracan Hugo-Puerto Rico PO Box 674 New York NY 10010 MI UN Disaster Relief Office Re: Hurricane Hugo Room 2395 Secretariat Bldg One UN Plaza New York NY 10037 III Caribbean Action Lobby Relief Organization 391 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn NY11216 Source: Associated Press The Sacramento Bee Final Wednesday September 20 1989 A23 Incredible Introductory Offers a EYEGLASSES CONTACT LENSES 9 pair High Fashion "6 Zyl Frames Bifocal Lenses (Plastic FT 2528 and Eye Exam) $59 Remember!! 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WEAR !antic and turn seaward forecasters tensive damage caused by the Estimates of those left homeless in of hurricane watch sometime tomor- said it is most likely to move ashore storm's winds and tidal surge Puerto Rico ranged up to 50000 row (Wednesday)" Sheets said "I Zyl Frames - between Cape Canaveral Fla and US Virgin Islands Gov Alexan- Insurance experts were already think it will be a fairly broad area Bifocal Lenses Soft Lenses 1 Cape Hatteras NC later this week der Ferrelly and Puerto Rican Gov assessing the damage that Hugo probably more Cape Canaveral to ' 't 0 $ They said it may miss the Bahamas Rafael Hernandez Colon toured wrought in Puerto Rico and the rest Cape Hatteras" (Plastic FT 2528 and Eye Exam) '' 0 ark 1 In Florida NASA officials said parts of their islands in helicopters of the Caribbean with preliminary As the storm moved north fore- $59 4 they would wait until today before and told of widespread destruction losses estimated at up to $2 billion casters noted that Hugo appeared to ( a11 deciding to move the space shuttle and sporadic looting Contradicting In Washington a Defense Depart- be reorganizing Hurricane special- Remember!! 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CORA cane Hu the Cali across th tional H pared to a broad eastern 1 Althou pressure !antic an said it is between Cape Ha I' They sal In Fic i 1 they wol i deciding Atlantis 1 12 from ter The: 1 F whether i nication I Centaur 1 I pad unti 15 go's path SALE ! pitsow pow ARP m - F I rn( Mocy's Fur Sol t The Sacramento Bee Final Wednesday September 20 1989 A23 '' 4' v ' ' ' t " ' i V4 1 4" d ' 0 '0 How to help hurricane relief efforts 4 y o -- j'4 io ! yr 1 L 44ro -"-"'"1 it '-' :4 : 1! tit' yr"—Ur ! - r "- ill A k - I rm 'v t i f‘ of' f ':' ! -" ' ' 1 : 4' -4 ' 1 up f i c-nf ''''' ) ' t i'44 - - I 7 0 -4 ! f: t LOf t l t : ) v "' 04 ' t' - ilt- ! 1 i I i' ' LI '' ' '':' ' Ok'' '' --r: 1 ' wm - -- 4 4 ' - ' 2 ' —"4- 5-(1! '7-4'41: : ' od fr - 7 4"'i ( ' :'w Of'' 4'' 1"''''' k' 4 'PI " 41 ''' '44 '''': ''' 4‘ ''' : 4' " 14'4 l' A Telephone information lines 4 Relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Hugo in Puerto Rico are 4 ' ' 4 :9 :'' ‘''''- '' ' rt ' ' : t ' !"-:- t 1 I1-Itt1'‘-''"AC "'(:l I i ' : li'":r:' - : being coordinated by the Department of Puerto Rican Community 41 ' ' t -11: : I iol'il ri4:'''''-'0'4:::" ' ''''i 7'7 '': ' 1 ''' ' ' ! ' 11""li '''' ' i i Alki t' ' g' m !'1"''' ' '' 4:A le e f" ' f ' 3 r -1 -' : t Affairs in the United States 304 Park Ave South New York l'i I l p le 00 1' Ili f 411101( ' 0: 8 IL ' 1 '' it 4 :'' ' k OP4 4 5 ji'1'''' i i: ) 0144''""4 1 :' 1 'ii ' - - ty i 4 k io''' LIP i 1 f ef: Ve 0 444 ' i 4 I f r A ' ' -1'14 V'Irt 1' '' k '1 tt ' : -4 '' ) i I 1- s '4' rtl"'—'rttg01?' ! 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