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DAILY GAZETTE


, 61


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 41 -- No. 244 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Monday, December 30, 1985


For your information



Pre-Teens -- The Windjammer Club will be open only for pre-teens tonight, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. The dance is
semi-formal for fourth through sixth graders to bring in the New Year. For more information, call Margie Bolin, 3195 or 2450.

Inflation Fighter -- The NEX inflation fighter for this week: Free fries with any burger, available at the Kountry Kitchen and the Stop Light Inn.

The Hook -- The New Year's Eve Watch Night Service at the Hook, 9 a.m., movie - "Jesus of Nazareth Part III;" 11 p.m., Holy Comunion; midnight - refreshments and the movie - "Gospel Road" and "Sandi Patti." The Hook will be open until 2 a.m. New Year's Day and is open to people of all faiths.

CON Club -- Tickets for the COM New Year's Eve Party are now on sale for $15 per person. The tickets are available at the COM Main office.

Fleet Reserve Association -- The Fleet Reserve Association New Year's Eve Dance tickets are available from board members or at the FRA after 6 p.m. For more information, call 2140 or 3977 AWH.

Party Cancelled -- Due to the emergency leave, the annual Zubor's New Year's Eve party at Cable Beach has been cancelled.

Post Office -- Effective Wednesday, Jan. 1, the finanace section of the Post Office will be open 9 a.m.
- 5 p.m. in order to improve customer service with additional hours.

New Year's Day At The Family Corral -- You say there is nothing different to do in Guantanamo Bay? Why not try getting a new prospective, from on the back of a horse? The Corral will be open 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., and at just $3 per hour there is not a better bargain. So there, a new view of GTMO to start your new year! For more information, call Paula Maloney, 2381.

Fleet Recreation Center -- The Fleet Recreation Center will be open only for pre-teens on Friday, Jan. 3, 3 - 6 p.m. Games are 25 cents or 50 cents each. Meet at the Fleet Recreation Center at 3 p.m. and have a blast! The Fleet Recreation Center will be open for teens only on Friday, Jan. 3, 6 - 11 p.m. There will be a Two Table Pool Tournament and video games are 25 cents or 50 cents each.

Navy Exchange/Commissary Advisory Board -- The Navy Exchange/Commissary Advisory Board will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 3 p.m., McCalla Hill NEX Admin Conference Room, Bldg. AV-34. All board members are to submit agenda items to the Supply Officer, Stop #8, phone 4220; Officer in Charge, Resale Activity, Stop #7, phone 4119/4438, by close of business Monday, Jan. 6 In accordance with COMNAVBASEGTMOINST 1720.3C, it is
requested that Base Commands/Activities submit a listing of the names of members assigned to this advisory board to the Supply Officer, Stop #8.

Pre-teen Club -- The Pre-teen Club is having a horseback riding event Wednesday, Jan. 15. They will be riding to the Golf Shack for a snack, then returning to the Corral. The cost will be $3 for horse rental. For reservations, call Margie Bolin, 3195 or 2450 by Sunday, Jan. 12.

American Red Cross -- The American Red Cross is still collecting donations for our rummage sale. If you have items you no longer use or you are clearing closets after Christmas, please give us a call. We are also willing to pick up. Call Marry, 3169 or Louis, 2234.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX has a large assortment of uniforms and accessories for the upcoming Personnel Inspection and E-4 Frocking/Award Ceremony. Please
check early to order any necessary items not currently in stock.

Blue Caribe Specials Tuesday, Dec. 31: "Steak Night," 14 oz. T-bone steak broiled to your taste, with all the trimmings, $9.95. Thursday, Jan. 2: "Cornish Game Hen," baked in wine sauce, choice or potatoes, iced tea/coffee, $4.95. Friday, Jan. 3: "14 oz. T-bone Steak," broiled to your taste, with all the trimmings,
$9.95.
See FYI: Page 2


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Convict holds boys captive, fires at police


(UPI) -- An ex-convict who says he would rather die than return to prison is holding
two teen-age boys hostage in their Newport, Ky., home.
Dennis Lucas took Larkin Wardlow, 16, and his brother Robert, 14, hostage yesterday
morning. Police say Lucas is "an acquaintance" of theirs.
Lucas has been firing
random shots at policemen to keep them from approaching


the home. The gunshots did not injure anyone. A woman and her two
children are trapped in a second-floor apartment of the
house. They are not believed injured.
Lucas has spoken to a
Cincinnati radio station, WLW, and demanded $50,000, $1,000 of it up front, and three airline tickets so he and the two boys can leave


the country.
Lucas also told the radio station that he killed two other teenage boys. One body has been found.
Lucas said he got out of prison recently and that
drugs had twisted his mind. He told the radio station, "I don't want to hurt nobody but these Newport cops."


30-mile. ice. jam clogs river, causes floods


(UPI) -- Floods have hit the Oregon-Idaho border. Several families have
evacuated their homes because of floodwaters caused by a 30-mile ice jam clogging the Snake River. The National Guard worked through the
night on emergency duty pulling people and belongings out of their flooded houses.
The area has had almost three weeks of sub-zero


temperatures. National Guard Captain Theo Moore says the ice jam is now growing about five miles a day. If there is not a quick break in the weather, the ice jam will cause problems upstream. Ontario, Ore., police chief Jim Jones says the ice shifts occasionally, then moves again. Areas usually prone to flooding are dry, while normally safe areas along the


river become flooded.
Ontario's water supply is threatened. Authorities say the sandbagged water treatment plant is encircled with about three feet of water. The plant may have to be closed if the water level gets higher.
There are rumors that people are being told to fill their bathtubs.


Israel brushing aside restraint appeal


(UPI) -- Israel is brushing aside Washington's appeal for
restraint in avenging the bloody attacks on El Al
Airlines in Rome and Vienna. President Reagan has cautioned Israel against heavy-handed retaliation. Israeli Defense Minister
Yitzhak Rabin says evidence points to the PLO's Abu Nidal
faction.
Eighteen people died in the twin terrorist assaults. Of the 18, five were American.
Funeral services for Natasha Simpson, 11, are scheduled to be held today at the American College in Rome. Italian Interior Minister Oscar Luigi Scalfaro will address Parliament today on the two airport attacks.
A West German newspaper,
The Bild, has reported that


Libyan-backed terrorist hit squads are headed to Europe for similar attacks. The paper said a meeting between Palestinian Abu Nidal and


Libyan Leader Moammar Khadafy resulted in Khadafy promising
to subsidize the extremist's operations with more than $12 million a year.


Couple, reunites after six years


(UPI) -- The first of nine Soviets given visas to leave
has come to the United States and into the arms of her 82-year-old husband at Los Angeles International
Airport.
All Helle Frejus, 50, of
Estonia could say in English was, "very glad to be here," after she was embraced by her husband last night.
They met at a funeral in


Los Angeles and


Around the globe


FBI Arrests Bank Robber
(UPI) -- The FBI in Washington has arrested a family of suspected bank robbers. Agents believe one of the alleged bandits, Vincent Curtis, is the "he-she" bank robber who foiled investigators by donning women's clothing when he robbed banks in the Washington area.

Mayors Blistering Administration
(UPI) -- The mayors of New York and Los Angeles have blistered the Reagan administration for not giving enough to help homeless people in the nation's
cities. New York Ed Koch said yesterday, on ABC, federal aid to cities for housing has been cut drastically since Reagan took office in 1981. Tom Bradley of Los Angeles
says cities are not getting enough help from Washington.

Marcos Pledges Rengotiations
(UPI) -- Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos is pressing his pledge to renogotiate a deal on U.S. installations in the Philippines. He calls opponents to the treaty "ladder-day isolationists." Marcos says dominant voices in the opposition fighting his re-election are demanding the immediate abrogation of a treaty that covers the Subic Bay Naval Base and the nearby Clark Air Basa.


were married


a year later in 1979. They had not seen each other for six years.
The spry-looking Frejus presented his wife with a bouguet of pink carnations.
He plans to take her dancing as soon as he gets over a recent bout with pneumonia.
Another Soviet wife of an American is scheduled to arrive in Baltimore today. They will spend New Year's Eve in New York.


Sports glance


Basketball
(AP) -- The Golden State Warriors won last night's only NBA game, downing the Los
Angeles Lakers 130-122. Larry Smith helped the Warriors with 13 rebounds, to go with 30 points from Joe Barry Carroll.

NFL Most Valuable Player
(AP) -- Marcus Allen has been voted NFL Most Valuable Player by the Associated
Press. The Los Angeles Raider running back also earned Offensive Player of the Year honors from the Associated Press in balloting by reporters in league cities.

Hockey
(UPI) -- The Quebec Nordiques skated to a 5-1 victory over the Soviet League champions, handing the Red Army squad its first loss in three games against the
National Hockey League champions. The Calgary Flames tripped the touring Moscow team 4-3.

College Basketball
(UPI) -- Michigan's basketball team is off to the best start in the school's history. The second-ranked Wolverines boosted their record to 12-0 with a 105-85 victory over Cleveland State yesterday. Six Michigan players scored in double figures, Rich
Rellford leading the way with 21 points. Michigan opens its Big Ten season Thursday













For your information

Cont. from page 1
Saddle Club -- The next regular meeting will be held Sunday, Jan. 5, 6 p.m., Room 19 of the old high school
complex. Final plans for the horse show will be
discussed. Anyone interested in horsemanship activities is invited to join the club at this meeting. Call Alice
Fitzgerald, 3977 AWH, or more information.

Iguana Video Club -- "A Soldier's Story," "Places
In The Heart," and "Beverly Hills Cop" have arrived and
are ready for checkout. The next regular meeting will
be held Wednesday, Jan. 8 instead of Jan. 1, because of
the New Year's Day Holiday. New cards for 1986 will be
issued at this meeting. The club is open to all base residents and there is no membership fee. New members
are welcome to join at the January meeting at 7:30
p.m., in the NAVSTA Training Room in the Admin Building. Contact Pam Reidy, 2988 AWH, for more
information.

Navy Exchange -- There is a recall of "Mister G"
black leather handbags. The handbag may bleed when wet
and will result in a clothing stain which cannot be
removed by dry cleaning. For further information,
contact Mr. T. Barden, 718-390-3933.

Navy Exchange -- A 15 percent price increase will be effective Sunday, Jan 5, for all items on pages R204
R340 in the Pacific section of the Exchange Mail Order
Catalog - 1986. All orders for these items received
Sunday, Jan. 5 Sunday, or later will be processed at 15
percent above the catalog listed price. Shipping and
handling fees are not affected.

Consolidated Package Store -- The Consolidated
Package Store Advisory Group will meet in the office of
the club coordinator Thursday, Jan. 2.

Treasure and Trivia -- Treasure and Trivia is open
Thursday, Jan. 2 and Saturday, Jan. 4, 10 a.m. - 1
p.m., with GTMO Christmas Cards half priced at $1.50 per package and Volumie One and Volume Two of the GTMO
History available for $3.75 each.

Non-alcoholic Beer -- The Guantanamo Bay clubs now have non-alcoholic beer available for their customers.


Central Fidelity Bank Hours of Operation: -New Year's Eve - 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. The bank will not
reopen after 2 p.m. New Year's Eve. The hours of
operation for Leeward Point: New Years - 9 a.m. - 1:30
p.m.



GTMO's Athletics


Golf -- New Year's Day Low Net Par 54 Tournament just
for unaccompanied military, 9 a.m.

Bowl Bowl Day -- On New Year's Day on Windward, from noon until the games are over, the football games will be showing on the monitors above the lanes. Watch the
"Bowls" while bowling!

Bowl In 1986 -- On New Year's Day on Leeward the
Leeward Bowling Center will be open 1 - 9:30 p.m., $3
for all day bowling for unaccompanied military, includes a beverage. Leeward Centers will be closed on
Thursday, Leeward Jan. 2.

Diving -- Santa has come to Guantanamo Bay to teach
the first 1986 Open Water Diver Course starting Friday,
Jan. 3, for only $100. Also an Advanced Open Water
Diver Course starts Thursday, Dec. 26, $65. For further
information, contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor,
3550 AWH, 4947 DWH.

Diving -- Reef Raiders sponsored scuba dve for
divers 18 years old and under meet at th6 Reef Raiders
Dive Club Thursday, Jan. 2, 8:30 a.m. Call Keith
Mattson for information, 3550 AWH or 4947 DWH.


N N 0 E






----------------- -DAILY WER ------ -U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Condon, USN...............Camander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Qodr. Rick Fischer, USN...............Public Affairs Officer
JOl Stace-Bigton.............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil uil eau, USN ......................Manag Editor
J03 Teri Thoas, USN........................Assistant Eitor
Mrs. Nancy Valdes ....................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of-the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. Ie opinions ana statements that appear herein are not to be constr as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or amQaMder, U.S. Naval Base.


Christmas decoration contest winners


Housing Single
PO Evangelista - RR6 PO McCoskey - VL541A PO Morris - NH66B PO Smith - GP1OB Capt. Cote - DP1I09 PO McShane - TK52 Qndr. Mayhew - PP14A PO Davis - CH769 BTCM Summerlin - MH730 PO Springman - OP4 PO Gannon - C010 L. Zebell - OVTP08 N. Perez - TP1724
Multi
Ms. Stammeriech and Mrs. Parker - OV9A+B Chief Hendriks and PO Slayman NH72AB
Mrs. Penny and Mrs Carson KB365
Best Single
Zone One - Mr. Rieal - WBlA Zone Two - Senior Chief Reyes
- KB366D


Best Multi
Zone One - PO James, PO Sutton, PO Dalley, PO Janovic
- BL270A,B,C+D
Zone Two - GYSGT Sanders, CTRCS Pfleiger, with the help of the fenceline Marines TK55+56
Best Overall
Windward Single - Mr. Rieal WBIA
Windward Multi - PO James, P0 Sutton, P0 Dailey, P0 Janovic
- VL270A,B,C+D
Leeward Single - MAl Jackson
- LP551C

Best Barracks Doors
BOQ Windward - Cookie Johnson
- RM204
BEQ Leeward - Lt. Leon Walls
- RM217+219A
BEQ Windward - Complex "A" MMC Taylor - K311, EA3 Doll, EACR AShe, EACN Blanchard E104


BEQ Windward - Complex "B" Mr.+Mrs. Joe Suriate - 0208 BEQ Windward - Complex "C" UT2 Pelley, UT2 Uhlmann C308
BEQ Leeward - Seaman Jaquez Room 124
Hospital - Single - Ed Smith and Ray Keating - RM125 Hospital Multi - Wloise Delgatto, Jewel King, Carmela Spear - RM 106, Valerie Bown, Holly Taylor - RM107, Terez Bay - RM 109, Sandy Davis RMIIO
Jamaican - Windward - Gerrill Lindo and Everald Smith Bldg. 745 RM108 Jamaican - Leeward - J.R. Sullivan - RM25B

Best Barracks Entrance BOQ and Carlton Coney Tryzna Villege Bldg. 54


Letters to the editor


Block Party declared


This year's Christmas Block Party was the first in Guantanamo Bay and a very successful one.
The success of the Christmas Block Party was due to the enthusiasm and dedication of many people working together to make Christmas a happy one for all in GTMO.

I would like to give a very special thank you to the members of my committee: Entertainment - Karen
Robertson, Refreshments Kathryn Plett, Cookie Contest
- B.J. McBee., Tree Lighting Ceremony - Lt. Mary Washburn, Santa's Stage and Background
- Capt Neil Smith, TV Commercials - Joy Evans, and Poster Contest - Jeanne Otto.
Thanks go out to all these people who generously donated
their time for us all; Capt. Condon, Christmas Cantada,
Rick Evans, Shane, GTMO Swingers, Mr. Duffus and
Company, Sgt. Davis, Raffe


very


The Great, Lance Don, Mia Lewandowski, Chief Coch, Aloma Briggs, Berry Hallman, The Mighty Marines, OSCS and Mrs. Edson, J02 Neil Guillebeau, ET2 Tim Hanlon, ET3 Gary Nestor, Victor Thomas, Sylvia Goodin, Paul Watson, Bill Stocke, "The Fun Bunch," George Haley, Ronald Anderson, Bill Cowly, Mr. Shook, Linda Hampshire, Robert Smith, Edwin Morales, Roger Duffy, Frank Doll and


successful"


all the contractors who gave generous for refreshments.


and clubs donations


There is a special lady I want to thank for writing all those ads and songs published in the Daily Gazette, my mother, Maisie Larrnan.
I have enjoyed working with each of you and I wish you and yours a Happy New Year!

Vivian Borman


Thanks go to food service folks


I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation and
thanks to all Food Service Division personnel both at the Windward and Leeward
Point Galleys, including the Chesapeake Enterprises employees, for their superb performance and support since
my arrival at Guantanamo Bay in July of this year and especially for their


dedicated selfless efforts over the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays. Without their support and commitment to excellence, the superbly prepared meals and service would not have been possible.
Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year. Thank you one and all!

CW03 W. Van Londen


Sports Roundup: 49ers no more!


(UPI) -- There will be a new Super Bowl champion crowned on Jan. 26. The New York Giants bounced San Francisco from the playoffs with a 17-3 victory at Giants Stadium yesterday.
In avenging playoff losses to the 49ers in 1981 and 1984, the Giants defense held the 49ers without a touchdown for the first time since 1983. Joe Morris rushed for 141 yards and quarterback Phil Simms threw for 181 yards and two touchdowns.
The Giants' next opponent is the Super Bowl favorite, the 15-1 Chicago Bears.
New York Mayor Edward Koch lost one wager and won another this weekend, but figures he came out on top
anyway. Koch had to ship two corned beef sandwiches to
Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn when New England beat the Jets, 26-14, in Saturday's AFC wild card game.
The Giants' 17-3 victory over the 49ers was worth 10 steak dinners from San Francisco Mayor Dianne Feinstein.
It will be strength against strength when Florida State and Oklahoma State tangle in tonight's Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla. The nineteenth-ranked Cowboys feature sophomore running


back Thurman Thomas, who
rushed for more than 1,500 yards and 15 touchdowns this year.
The sixteenth-ranked Seminoles counter with a defense which has allowed just 3.5 yards per rushing attempt. Both teams posted
8-3 records during the regular season.
Colorado Coach Bill McCartney admittedly is excited about playing Washington in tonight's Freedom Bowl in Anaheim,


Calif. It has been a remarkable turnaround season for McCartney's Buffaloes. His team went 7-4 after finishing the 1984 season with a 1-10 record.
On the other hand, Washington slipped to 6-5
after being ranked second in the nation to Brigham Young last year. The Freedom Bowl is the Huskies' seventh straight post-season game. The Buffaloes have not played in a bowl game since the 1977 Orange Bowl.


Hockey

Rangers use "power" to win


(UPI) -- The New York Rangers' power play has been virtually dormant this season, but the Rangers managed to cash in three
times against the Washington Capitals last night. The
power play goals came during a five-goal, second-period
outburst that carried the Rangers to a 6-5 victory over the Capitals. In 50 previous opportunities, the Rangers had scored only nine power


play goals.
Mike Foligno's hat trick* helped the Buffalo Sabres* skate to a 4-3 victory over the New York Islanders. The Hartford Whalers got two goals from Ray Ferraro in a 5-2 triiunph over Detroit, the Chicago Black Hawks edged Boston, 4-3, on a third period goal by Denis Savard, and Edmonton beat Vancouver, 5-3.


NHL Scores

Whalers 5 Red Wings 2 Rangers 6 Capitals 5 Sabres 4 Islanders 3 Hawks 4 Bruins 3


Monday, December 30, 1985


Daily Gazette




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DAILY 's GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 41 -No. 244 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Monday, December 30, 1985 Convict holds boys captive, fires at police For your information Pre-Teens -The Windjammer Club will be open only for pre-teens tonight, 6:30 -9:30 p.m. The dance is semi-formal for fourth through sixth graders to bring in the New Year. For more information, call Margie Bolin, 3195 or 2450. Inflation Fighter -The NEX inflation fighter for this week: Free fries with any burger, available at the Kountry Kitchen and the Stop Light Inn. The Hook -The New Year' s Eve Watch Night Service at the Hook, 9 a.m., movie -"Jesus of Nazareth Part III;" 11 p.m., Holy Communion; midnight -refreshments and the movie -"Gospel Road" and "Sandi Patti." The Hook will be open until 2 a.m. New Year's Day and is open to people of all faiths. CON Club -Tickets for the COM New Year's Eve Party are now on sale for $15 per person. The tickets are available at the COM Main office. Fleet Reserve Association -The Fleet Reserve Association New Year's Eve Dance tickets are available from board members or at the FRA after 6 p.m. For more information, call 2140 or 3977 AWH. Party Cancelled -Due to the emergency leave, the annual Zubor's New Year's Eve party at Cable Beach has been cancelled. Post Office -Effective Wednesday, Jan. 1, the finanace section of the Post Office will be open 9 a.m. -5 p.m. in order to improve customer service with additional hours. New Year's Day At The Family Corral -You say there is nothing different to do in Guantanamo Bay? Why not try getting a new prospective, from on the back of a horse? The Corral will be open 9 a.m. -4 p.m., and at just $3 per hour there is not a better bargain. So there, a new view of GTMO to start your new year! For more information, call Paula Maloney, 2381. Fleet Recreation Center -The Fleet Recreation Center will be open only for pre-teens on Friday, Jan. 3, 3 -6 p.m. Games are 25 cents or 50 cents each. Meet at the Fleet Recreation Center at 3 p.m. and have a blast! The Fleet Recreation Center will be open for teens only on Friday, Jan. 3, 6 -11 p.m. There will be a Two Table Pool Tournament and video games are 25 cents or 50 cents each. Navy Exchange/Commissary Advisory Board -The Navy Exchange/Commissary Advisory Board will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 3 p.m., McCalla Hill NEX Admin Conference Room, Bldg. AV-34. All board members are to submit agenda items to the Supply Officer, Stop #8, phone 4220; Officer in Charge, Resale Activity, Stop #7, phone 4119/4438, by close of business Monday, Jan. 6 In accordance with COMNAVBASEGTMOINST 1720.3C, it is requested that Base Commands/Activities submit a listing of the names of members assigned to this advisory board to the Supply Officer, Stop #8. Pre-teen Club -The Pre-teen Club is having a horseback riding event Wednesday, Jan. 15. They will be riding to the Golf Shack for a snack, then returning to the Corral. The cost will be $3 for horse rental. For reservations, call Margie Bolin, 3195 or 2450 by Sunday, Jan. 12. American Red Cross -The American Red Cross is still collecting donations for our rummage sale. If you have items you no longer use or you are clearing closets after Christmas, please give us a call. We are also willing to pick up. Call Merry, 3169 or Louis, 2234. p Navy Exchange -The NEX has a large assortment of uniforms and accessories for the upcoming Personnel Inspection and E-4 Frocking/Award Ceremony. Please check early to order any necessary items not currently in stock. Blue Caribe Specials Tuesday, Dec. 31: "Steak Night," 14 oz. T-bone steak broiled to your taste, with all the trimmings, $9.95. Thursday, Jan. 2: "Cornish Game Hen," baked in wine sauce, choice or potatoes, iced tea/coffee, $4.95. Friday, Jan. 3: "14 oz. T-bone Steak," broiled to your taste, with all the trimmings, $9.95. See FYI: Page 2 UWW, (UPI) -An ex-convict who says he would rather die than return to prison is holding two teen-age boys hostage in their Newport, Ky., home. Dennis Lucas took Larkin Wardlow, 16, and his brother Robert, 14, hostage yesterday morning. Police say Lucas is "an acquaintance" of theirs. Lucas has been firing random shots at policemen to keep them from approaching the home. The gunshots did not injure anyone. A woman and her two children are trapped in a second-floor apartment of the house. They are not believed injured. Lucas has spoken to a Cincinnati radio station, WLW, and demanded $50,000, $1,000 of it up front, and three airline tickets so he and the two boys can leave the country. Lucas also told the radio station that he killed two other teenage boys. One body has been found. Lucas said he got out of prison recently and that drugs had twisted his mind. He told the radio station, "I don't want to hurt nobody but these Newport cops." 30-mile ice jam clogs river, causes floods (UPI) -Floods have hit the Oregon-Idaho border. Several families have evacuated their homes because of floodwaters caused by a 30-mile ice jam clogging the Snake River. The National Guard worked through the night on emergency duty pulling people and belongings out of their flooded houses. The area has had almost three weeks of sub-zero temperatures. National Guard Captain Theo Moore says the ice jam is now growing about five miles a day. If there is not a quick break in the weather, the ice jam will cause problems upstream. Ontario, Ore., police chief Jim Jones says the ice shifts occasionally, then moves again. Areas usually prone to flooding are dry, while river become flooded. Ontario's water supply is threatened. Authorities say the sandbagged water treatment plant is encircled with about three feet of water. The plant may have to be closed if the water level gets higher. There are rumors that people are being told to fill their bathtubs. normally safe areas along the Israel brushing aside restraint appeal (UPI) -Israel is brushing aside Washington's appeal for restraint in avenging the bloody attacks on El Al Airlines in Rome and Vienna. President Reagan has cautioned Israel against heavy-handed retaliation. Israeli Defense Minister Yitzhak Rabin says evidence points to the PLO's Abu Nidal faction. Eighteen people died in the twin terrorist assaults. Of the 18, five were American. Funeral services for Natasha Simpson, 11, are scheduled to be held today at the American College in Rome. Italian Interior Minister Oscar Luigi Scalfaro will address Parliament today on the two airport attacks. A West German newspaper, The Bild, has reported that Libyan-backed terrorist hit Libyan Leader Moammar Khadafy squads are headed to Europe resulted in Khadafy promising for similar attacks. The to subsidize the extremist's paper said a meeting between operations with more than $12 Palestinian Abu Nidal and million a year. Couple reunites after six years (UPI) -The first of nine Soviets given visas to leave has come to the United States and into the arms of her 82-year-old husband at Los Angeles International Airport. All Helle Frejus, 50, of Estonia could say in English was, "very glad to be here," after she was embraced by her husband last night. They met at a funeral in Los Angeles and were married Around the globe FBI Arrests Bank Robber (UPI) -The FBI in Washington has arrested a family of suspected bank robbers. Agents believe one of the alleged bandits, Vincent Curtis, is the "he-she" bank robber who foiled investigators by donning women's clothing when he robbed banks in the Washington area. Mayors Blistering Administration (UPI) -The mayors of New York and Los Angeles have blistered the Reagan administration for not giving enough to help homeless people in the nation's cities. New York Ed Koch said yesterday, on ABC, federal aid to cities for housing has been cut drastically since Reagan took office in 1981. Tom Bradley of Los Angeles says cities are not getting enough help from Washington. Marcos Pledges Renogotiations (UPI) -Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos is pressing his pledge to renegotiate a deal on U.S. installations in the Philippines. He calls opponents to the treaty "ladder-day isolationists." Marcos says dominant voices in the opposition fighting his re-election are demanding the immediate abrogation of a treaty that covers the Subic Bay Naval Base and the nearby Clark Air Base. a year later in 1979. They had not seen each other for six years. The spry-looking Frejus presented his wife with a bouguet of pink carnations. He plans to take her dancing as soon as he gets over a recent bout with pneumonia. Another Soviet wife of an American is scheduled to arrive in Baltimore today. They will spend New Year's Eve in New York. Sports glance Basketball (AP) -The Golden State Warriors won last night's only NBA game, downing the Los Angeles Lakers 130-122. Larry Smith helped the Warriors with 13 rebounds, to go with 30 points from Joe Barry Carroll. NFL Most Valuable Player (AP) -Marcus Allen has been voted NFL Most Valuable Player by the Associated Press. The Los Angeles Raider running back also earned Offensive Player of the Year honors from the Associated Press in balloting by reporters in league cities. Hockey (UPI) -The Quebec Nordiques skated to a 5-1 victory over the Soviet League champions, handing the Red Army squad its first loss in three games against the National Hockey League champions. The Calgary Flames tripped the touring Moscow team 4-3. College Basketball (UPI) -Michigan's basketball team is off to the best start in the school's history. The second-ranked Wolverines boosted their record to 12-0 with a 105-35 victory over Cleveland State yesterday. Six Michigan players scored in double figures, Rich Reliford leading the way with 21 points. Michigan opens its Big Ten season Thursday

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For your information Cont. from page 1 Saddle Club -The next regular meeting will be held Sunday, Jan. 5, 6 p.m., Room 19 of the old high school complex. Final plans for the horse show will be discussed. Anyone interested in horsemanship activities is invited to join the club at this meeting. Call Alice Fitzgerald, 3977 AWH, or more information. Iguana Video Club -"A Soldier's Story," "Places In The Heart," and "Beverly Hills Cop" have arrived and are ready for checkout. The next regular meeting will be held Wednesday, Jan. 8 instead of Jan. 1, because of the New Year's Day Holiday. New cards for 1986 will be issued at this meeting. The club is open to all base residents and there is no membership fee. New members are welcome to join at the January meeting at 7:30 p.m., in the NAVSTA Training Room in the Admin Building. Contact Pam Reidy, 2988 AWH, for more information. Navy Exchange -There is a recall of "Mister G" black leather handbags. The handbag may bleed when wet and will result in a clothing stain which cannot be removed by dry cleaning. For further information, contact Mr. T. Barden, 718-390-3933. Navy Exchange -A 15 percent price increase will be effective Sunday, Jan 5, for all items on pages R204 R340 in the Pacific section of the Exchange Mail Order Catalog -1986. All orders for these items received Sunday, Jan. 5 Sunday, or later will be processed at 15 percent above the catalog listed price. Shipping and handling fees are not affected. Consolidated Package Store -The Consolidated Package Store Advisory Group will meet in the office of the club coordinator Thursday, Jan. 2. Treasure and Trivia -Treasure and Trivia is open Thursday, Jan. 2 and Saturday, Jan. 4, 10 a.m. -1 p.m., with GTMO Christmas Cards half priced at $1.50 per package and Volume One and Volume Two of the GIMO History available for $3.75 each. Non-alcoholic Beer -The Guantanamo Bay clubs now have non-alcoholic beer available for their customers. Central Fidelity Bank Hours of Operation: -New Year's Eve -9 a.m. -2 p.m. The bank will not reopen after 2 p.m. New Year's Eve. The hours of operation for Leeward Point: New Years -9 a.m. -1:30 p.m. GTMO's Athletics Golf -New Year s Day Low Net Par 54 Tournament just for unaccompanied military, 9 a.m. Bowl Bowl Day -On New Year' s Day on Windward, from noon until the games are over, the football games will be showing on the monitors above the lanes. Watch the "Bowls" while bowling! Bowl In 1986 -On New Year' s Day on Leeward the Leeward Bowling Center will be open 1 -9:30 p.m., $3 for all day bowling for unaccompanied military, includes a beverage. Leeward Centers will be closed on Thursday, Leeward Jan. 2. Diving -Santa has come to Guantanamo Bay to teach the first 1986 Open Water Diver Course starting Friday, Jan. 3, for only $100. Also an Advanced Open Water Diver Course starts Thursday, Dec. 26, $65. For further information, contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor, 3550 AWH, 4947 DWH. Diving -Reef Raiders sponsored scuba dive for divers 18 years old and under meet at thd Reef Raiders Dive Club Thursday, Jan. 2, 8:30 a.m. Call Keith Mattson for information, 3550 AWH or 4947 DWH. U. --------------DAILY GAZETE---------------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Cordon, USN .Crmander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Odr. Rick Fischer, USN.Public Affairs Officer JOl Stacey irriton.Assistant Public Affairs Officer JO2Heil ilebeau, USN.Managing Editor J03 Teri Thanas, USN.Assistant Editor M~s. An-lizabeth Efboff.Production Assistar SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Brarch Office. Te opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Ccarnander, U.S. Naval Base. Christmas decoration contest winners Housing Single PO Evangelista -RR6 PO McCoskey -VL541A PO Morris -NH66B PO Smith -GP1OB Capt. Cote -DP1109 PO McShane -TK52 Cmdr. Mayhew -PPl4A PO Davis -CH769 BTCM Surmnerlin -MH730 PO Springman -OP4 PO Gannon -COl0 L. Zebell -OVTPO8 N. Perez -TP1724 Multi Ms. Stammeriech and Mrs. Parker -OV9A+B Chief Hendriks and PO Slayman NH72AB Mrs. Penny and Mrs Carson KB365 Best Single Zone One -Mr. Rieal -WB1A Zone Two -Senior Chief Reyes -KB366D Best Multi Zone One -PO James, PO Sutton, PO Dalley, PO Janovic -BL270A,B,C+D Zone Two -GYSGT Sanders, CTRCS Pfleiger, with the help of the fenceline Marines TK55+56 Best Overall Windward Single -Mr. Rieal WBlA Windward Multi -PO James, PO Sutton, PO Dailey, PO Janovic -VL270A,B,C+D Leeward Single -MAl Jackson -LP551C Best Barracks Doors BOQ Windward -Cookie Johnson -RM204 BEQ Leeward -Lt. Leon Walls -RM217+219A BEQ Windward -Complex "A" MMC Taylor -K311, EA3 Doll, EACR AShe, EACN Blanchard E104 BEQ Windward -Complex "B" Mr.+Mrs. Joe Suriate -0208 BEQ Windward -Complex "C" UT2 Pelley, UT2 Uhlmann C308 BEQ Leeward -Seaman Jaquez Room 124 Hospital -Single -Ed Smith and Ray Keating -RM125 Hospital Multi -Wloise Delgatto, Jewel King, Carmela Spear -RM 106, Valerie Bown, Holly Taylor -RM107, Terez Bay -RM 109, Sandy Davis RM110 Jamaican -Windward -Gerrill Lindo and Everald Smith Bldg. 745 RMlO8 Jamaican -Leeward -J.R. Sullivan -RM25B Best Barracks Entrance BOQ and Carlton Coney Tryzna Villege Bldg. 54 -Letters to the editor Block Party declared "very successful" This year's Christmas Block Party was the first in Guantanamo Bay and a very successful one. The success of the Christmas Block Party was due to the enthusiasm and dedication of many people working together to make Christmas a happy one for all in GTMO. I would like to give a very special thank you to the members of my committee: Entertainment -Karen Robertson, Refreshments Kathryn Plett, Cookie Contest -B.J. aBee, Tree Lighting Ceremony -Lt. Mary Washburn, Santa's Stage and Background -Capt Neil Smith, TV Commercials -Joy Evans, and Poster Contest -Jeanne Otto. Thanks go out to all these people who generously donated their time for us all; Capt. Condon, Christmas Cantada, Rick Evans, Shane, GTMO Swingers, Mr. Duffus and Company, Sgt. Davis, Raffe The Great, Lance Don, Mia Lewandowski, Chief Coch, Aloma Briggs, Berry Hallman, The Mighty Marines, OSCS and Mrs. Edson, J02 Neil Guillebeau, ET2 Tim Hanlon, ET3 Gary Nestor, Victor Thomas, Sylvia Goodin, Paul Watson, Bill Stocke, "The Fun Bunch," George Haley, Ronald Anderson, Bill Cowly, Mr. Shook, Linda Hampshire, Robert Smith, Edwin Morales, Roger Duffy, Frank Doll and all the contractors and clubs who gave generous donations for refreshments. There is a special lady I want to thank for writing all those ads and songs published in the Daily Gazette, my mother, Maisie Lanman. I have enjoyed working with each of you and I wish you and yours a Happy New Year! Vivian Bomsan Thanks go to food service folks I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation and thanks to all Food Service Division personnel both at the Windward and Leeward Point Galleys, including the Chesapeake Enterprises employees, for their superb performance and support since my arrival at Guantanamo Bay in July of this year and especially for their dedicated selfless efforts over the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays. Without their support and commitment to excellence, the superbly prepared meals and service would not have been possible. Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year. Thank you one and all! CWO3 W. Van Londen Sports Roundup: 49ers no more! (UPI) -There will be a new Super Bowl champion crowned on Jan. 26. The New York Giants bounced San Francisco from the playoffs with a 17-3 victory at Giants Stadium yesterday. In avenging playoff losses to the 49ers in 1981 and 1984, the Giants defense held the 49ers without a touchdown for the first time since 1983. Joe Morris rushed for 141 yards and quarterback Phil Simms threw for 181 yards and two touchdowns. The Giants' next opponent is the Super Bowl favorite, the 15-1 Chicago Bears. New York Mayor Edward Koch lost one wager and won another this weekend, but figures he came out on top anyway. Koch had to ship two corned beef sandwiches to Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn when New England beat the Jets, 26-14, in Saturday's AFC wild card game. The Giants' 17-3 victory over the 49ers was worth 10 steak dinners from San Francisco Mayor Dianne Feinstein. It will be strength against strength when Florida State and Oklahoma State tangle in tonight's Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla. The nineteenth-ranked Cowboys feature sophomore running back Thurman Thomas, who rushed for more than 1,500 yards and 15 touchdowns this year. The sixteenth-ranked Seminoles counter with a defense which has allowed just 3.5 yards per rushing attempt. Both teams posted 8-3 records during the regular season. Colorado Coach Bill McCartney admittedly is excited about playing Washington in tonight's Freedom Bowl in Anaheim, Calif. It has been a remarkable turnaround season for McCartney's Buffaloes. His team went 7-4 after finishing the 1984 season with a 1-10 record. On the other hand, Washington slipped to 6-5 after being ranked second in the nation to Brigham Young last year. The Freedom Bowl is the Huskies' seventh straight post-season game. The Buffaloes have not played in a bowl game since the 1977 Orange Bowl. Hockey Rangers use "power" to win (UPI) -The New York Rangers' power play has been virtually dormant this season, but the Rangers managed to cash in three times against the Washington Capitals last night. The power play goals came during a five-goal, second-period outburst that carried the Rangers to a 6-5 victory over the Capitals. In 50 previous opportunities, the Rangers had scored only nine power NHL Scores Whalers 5 Red Wings 2 Sabres 4 Islanders 3 play goals. Mike Foligno's hat trick helped the Buffalo Sabres skate to a 4-3 victory over the New York Islanders. The Hartford Whalers got two goals from Ray Ferraro in a 5-2 triumph over Detroit, the Chicago Black Hawks edged Boston, 4-3, on a third period goal by Denis Savard, and Edmonton beat Vancouver, 5-3. 2 Daily Gazette Monday, December 30, 1985 Rangers 6 Capitals 5 Hawks 4 Bruins 3


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