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DAILY N GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 2 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Friday, January 3, 1986 Libyans plan protests against U.S. (UPI)--Organizers in Libya are rounding up demonstrators for staged protests against *he United States. The state-sanctioned protest follows on the heels of leader Noammar Khadafy's warning that the United States and Israel face retaliation if they avenge the Palestinian terror attacks. at two European .1 airports. The organizers reportedly are alerting people in Tripoli to turn out for the protests. Small groups of young people have gathered on the city's main square and state-run Libyan television reports that some protests already have erupted outside the capital. One diplomat says, "There is a kind of nasochistic attitude, they expect and maybe even are hoping for an attack." The diplomats say the 1,500 Americans in Libya probably will not be harmed during the planned protests because of Libya's need for U.S. technical assistance in Libya's oil industry. Camp at the V. S. Naval Station, Guatntaamo, Cola. Old Guantanamo -For the next seven: copies of old area postcards. They are first, a camp at U.S. Naval Station here. Capt Inquiry: A caller questioned why there is not any unleaded gasoline in Guantanamo Bay. Response: The primary duty of the Fuel Division is to support the fleet and the base with the fuels needed. Fuel Division stores six types of fuel in bulk quantities, including one rade of motor gasoline OGAS) .They have been supplying the base with gasoline since 1913. The primary concern with providing MOGAS is to support needs of combat vehicles. Car loan rates lower On Dec. 19, the Navy Federal Credit Union lowered the Annual Precentage Rate (APR) for new car loans with maturities up to three years to 8.9 percent. This reduced rate is available through March 31. Other new car loan rates ave also been lowered to 10.9 percent APR for loans with maturities up to four years and 11.9 percent APR for loans with maturities up to five years. Loan protection life insurance, up to $10,000, is included at no additional charge, on consumer loan balances. Navy Federal is the nation's largest credit union with over $2 billion in assests and service at over 70 locations worldwide. am's Hotline Until recently, all gasoline-powered combat vehicles were certified only for the use of MG-1 grade leaded MOGAS, which is an acceptable fuel for administrative and privately -owned vehicles. Due to need of combat vehicles of MG-1 MOGAS, and GTMO's isolation from gasoline supplies, the only grade of MOGAS which we have carried has been MG-1. Recent changes in the procurement of combat vehicles have allowed the certification of combat vehicles which use unleaded gasoline. In response, the Fuel Division has recently authorized to request a change in our storage requirement from leaded to unleaded gasoline. The process of making this change is a lengthy one, but it is in progress. There is no timetable yet for when we will have unleaded gasoline, but be assured, when it is available, you will be the first to know. issues we will feature from around 1910. The Weekend Television Saturday 10:20 a.m. Nickelodeon Noon AFL Today 12:30 p.m. AEC Playoff Cleveland vs Miami 4:00 p.m. NFC Playoff Dallas vs L.A. Rams Sunday 11:30 a.m. CNN Headline News Noon NFL Today 12:30 p.m. N.Y. Giant vs Chicago 4:00 p.m. Patriots vs L.A. Raiders 7:00 p.m. Whiz Kids 8:00 p.m. Circus Of The Stars 9:00 p.m. Mike Hammer 10:45 p.m. Star Search 11:35 p.m. Movie -"Sweet Scent Of Death" 12:50 p.m. CNN Headline News 1:20 a.m. Sign Off Governor to hear prisoner complaints (UPI) --West Virginia Govenor Arch Moore will listen to the complaints of the prisoners still holed up the state penitentiary. The convicts promise to release their remaining seven hostages before meeting with Moore today. The situation started during the evening meal on New Year's Day when up to 200 inmates rioted and seized 17 hostages. There have been two deaths during the uprising, two inmates killed by their fellow prisoners. The convicts and corrections officials yesterday signed an agreement to end the siege. The agreement promises that corrections officials will oversee the re-opening of the 120-year-old prison and there will not be any retalation against the rioting inmates. The prisoners demand better living conditions and an adequate medical facility. One convict, Danny Lehman, says nobody wanted the revolt and the prisoners, "tried to avoid it for a long time." Around the globe Investigators Say Plane Caught Fire (UPI) -Investigators now say the smoke filled plane carrying singer Rick Nelson, his finacee and five band members on New Year's Eve caught fire after it made an emergency landing on an east Texas pasture. National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Jim Burnett says officials hope to talk to the surviving pilot. Snowstorm Socks Parts Of Iowa (UPI) -The northeastern section of the United States and the Great Lakes are bracing for a major snowstorm that socked parts of Iowa with up to one foot of snow yesterday. The storm is expected to cover southern lower Michigan with up to four inches of snow and Vermont with up to a half foot of fluff. Volcano In Eruptive Phase (UPI) -Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano is now in the fourth year of its current eruptive phase. The volcano ended a 13-hour eruption yesterday but molten rock is now building pressure for another fiery outbreak. No injuries were caused yesterday when the volcano shot fountains of flaming lava 800 feet high. Lund's Surival Chances Better (UPI) -Doctors in Minneapolis are putting Mary Lund's survival chances at better than 50-50. The first woman to be fitted with an artificial heart woke up from a light came yesterday and sat on the edge of her hospital bad. Lund was startled when told she received her bionic pump a week before Christmas. Eighteen People Injured In Fire (UPI) -Arson specialists are probing the cause of yesterday's fire in Boston's 52 story Prudential Center. At least 18 people were injured. Officials say the blaze started on the 14th floor, causing some 1,500 scared office workers to scurry down smoke-filled stairwells to safety. Members Of Drug Ring Busted (UPI) -Police in Santa Ana, Calif., say the biggest drug ring in the city's history was dealt a severe blow with the December arrest of four people. The four are members of a Mexican family accused of recruiting about 200 illegal aliens as dealers to staff dozens of fortified drug houses in Santa Ana. News of the bay Cuban/U.S. Relations Broken -Tomorrow, Jan. 4 marks the 25th anniversary of the formal break of relations with the government of Cuba. On January 4, 1961, President Dwight D. Eisenhower issued the following statement: "The termination of our diplomatic and consular relations with Cuba has no effect on the status of our Naval Station at Guantanamo. The treaty rights under which we maintain the Naval Station may not be abrogated without the consent of the United States." Petty Officer Indoctrination Course -The Petty Officer Indoctrination Course will be conducted frame Wednesday, Jan. 8 through Fri. Jan. 10 at the Naval Station Family Service Center Training Roan, located on Admin Hill. For more information, contact NAVSTA Admin, 4511/4723. -Inside Daily. Gazette Page 2 -College Courses Page 3 -USS Barry Page 2 -Ferry Schedule Page 4 -The Sportsman Page 3 -The Saler Page 4 -Glimps UWW. i I

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For your information Children In Hospital Waiting Area -Base residents are reminded not to bring children to the hospital unless they are to be seen for medically related matters. Children should not accompany adults in patient waiting areas as this unnecessary exposure could be harmful to the children. Babysitting arrangements are the responsibility of the parents and should be made prior to coming to the hospital. Faulty Test Kit -The Naval Medical Command, Washington, D.C., has informed all medical activities of a faulty product used to test for "occult blood" in a patient's stool specimen. Naval Hospital, Guantanamo Bay did not receive this particular product. If you had an "occult blood" test performed here, no action is required. Those individuals who have had a test for "occult blood" at another command between the period October 1984 to August 1985, please contact the Appointment Desk at the hospital, 7267. Wine Celler -The Wine Celler resumes normal hours of operation, Tuesday -Friday, 11 a.m. -5:30 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. -4 p.m. We now have a national brand of "light" wine that is low in alcohol and calories. Unauthorized Tape On Parcels -Postal regulations prohibit clerks from accepting parcels sealed with scotch or masking tape. Due to temperature changes during air transport, the adhesive does not remain effective. Recommended tapes for the sealing of packages are gummed paper tape, duct tape, wide cloth tape, filament tape and paper tape. Post Office -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. Navy Exchange/Commissary Advisory Board -The Navy Exchange/Commissary Advisory Board will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 3 p.m., MCalla 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 Mon., Jan 6. In accordance with COMNAVBASEGTMOINST 1720.3C, it is requested that base cornands/activities submit a listing of the names of members assigned to this advisory board to the Supply Officer, Stop #8. Pre-teen Club -Pre-teen Club is having a horseback riding event Wednesday, Jan. 15. They will be riding to the Golf Shack for a snack and 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 have items you no longer use or you are clearing closets, please give us a call. We are also willing pick up. Call Merry, 3169 or Louis, 2234. you to 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. Saddle Club -The next regular siceting 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, 7:30 p.m., NAVSTA Training Room in the Admin Building. New cards for 1986 will be issued at this meeting. The club is open to all base residents and there is no membership fee. Contact Pam Reidy, 2988 AWH, for more information. ------------DAILY GAZETTE-------------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Cordon, USN .Carmander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. O1 r. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer JOl Stacey Byiqugton.Assistant Public Affairs Officer JO2 Neil 1illebeau,USN. .Manan Bditor JO3 Teri Thnmas, USN.Assis Editor Mrs. Diane Ammerman.Secretar Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efineff.Production Assistant SR Kim Fields .Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station ruwspangrs, 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 Printin Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that apsar herein ear not to be construed emsofficial, or as the official views of the Navy Deparbent or Carder, U.S. Naval Base. Need to fulfill the English requirement for your degree? English Composition I will aid in the development of critical and analytical skills in writing. Call the CCC office, 4748, for more information. By popular demand, City Colleges of Chicago is offering an additional course not listed on the printed schedule. Political Science, "American Foreign Policy," will examine the conduct and control of American foreign policy in today's complex world. For more information, call the CCC office, 4748. City Colleges of Chicago is offering two new courses this semester, never before offered here. Sociology 205, "Social Problems," will examine the critical issue in today's society of domestic violence. This course will look at causes and treatment for these social problems. Geology will focus on basic earth processes, weathering, erosion, deposition, mountain building, volcanism and much more. Registration is Jan. 13 through Jan. 17, at the Navy Campus Building. For more information, call the CCC office at 4748. City Colleges of Chicago is offering Basic Economics for all business majors. This course will cover income analysis, including money, income determination, public finance and economic development. For more information, call 4748. Biology is a General Education requirement. City Colleges of Chicago is offering this basic course in biology in Term III. Registration will be held Jan. 13 through Jan. 17, at the Navy Campus Building. Many of us have problems speaking in public. City Colleges of Chicago is again offering the popular class, Fundamentals of Speech Communication. An instructor will take you through the fears and worries of public speaking. Registration will be held at the Navy Campus Building Jan. 13 through Jan 17. Do you need a Humanities requirement? City Colleges of Chicago is offering Intro to Literature in Term III. You will read prose and poetry from various periods for analysis. Contact the CCC office at 4748 for more information. CCC is offerrni. sndamentals of Electronics in etm III. This course correlates direct current theory with laws and phenomena of DC electricity. Registration will be held Jan. 13 through Jan. 17. For more information, call 4748. For Spanish students CCC will offer the second course in Conversational Spanish in Term III. This is your opportunity to increase your skills in this popular language. Registration will be held Jan. 13 through Jan. 17 in the Navy Campus Building. CCC is very proud to announce classes offered on Leeward Point. Aviation Theory and Certification, Intro To Finance, English Coup I. and English Comp II. Registration will be held on Leeward Point for all CCC courses on Friday, Jan. 10. Call CCC, 4748, for more information. Elements of Algebra is an introduction to Algebra. This course deals with signed numbers, natural numbers, exponents, polynominal operations and much more. If you have never taken an Algebra course, or its been a long time, this might be the course for you. Registration will be held at the Navy Campus Building Jan. 13 through Jan. 17. For more information, call the CCC office at 4748. City Colleges of Chicago is again offering General Psychology. This is a required course for many majors. This class will include a historical survey of psychology and a study of sensory and perceptual processes: learning, thinking, remembering, emotional behavior and motivation. Contact the CCC office for more information at 4748. Due to the great success of Introduction To Computers in the past, CCC is offering this class again in Term III. It will study the theory and application of computers, history, career opportunities, equipment, stored program concepts, computer programming and more. If you have ever been interested in computers, now is the time to start. Call 4748 for more information. Waiting for a science to complete your degree? CCC is offering Intro To Physical Science this month. This cours deals with the relationship of matter and energy to physical and chemical changes. Intro To Basic, the most simplified of all computer languages is being offered by CCC this term. Learn how to use basic language to solve problems in math, science and business. Bored in Guantanamo Bay? CCC is again offering a basic Photography course. Learn to take black and white photographs of the beautiful Caribbean. Earn college credit and have a little fun. For more information, call 4748. Interested in a lab science course? CCC is again offering Basic Chemistry. This four-credit course deals with the principles of general inorganic chemistry.,Registration will be held Jan. 13 through Jan. 17, in the Navy Campus office. For all you business majors, CCC is offering for the first time Personnel Management. This course will examine employment techniques, wages and hours, job evaluation, training, employee ratings, collective bargaining, employment counseling, and collateral benefits such as pensions and fringe benefits. For more information, call the CCC office, 4748. Marketing is being offered to you business majors. In this course, you will learn the flow of industrial and consumer goods through the marketing system and thW role of the consumer, the product, the market, the pricing policies, and objectives, promotion and distribution methods. Registration will be held Jan 13. through Jan. 17. 2 Daily Gazette Friday, January 3, 1986 College registration January 13-18 Navy Exchange auto survey The Navy Exchange Auto Service Center is running a survey of Automobles in GTMO. This data is required to determine the most popular cars aboard and update the auto parts stock. Please complete the following questionaire and return via Guard Mail to Stop 7. SURVEY MAKE OF CAR: YEAR/MODEL: ENGINE (CIRCLE ONE) 4 CYL 6 CYL V6 8 CYL ENGINE CID OR CC: CARBURETOR (EXAMPLE HOLLEY 2BBL): BRAKES: (POWER/STANDARD) BRAKES FRONT: (DISC/DRUM) BRAKES REAR: (DISC/DRUM) A/C: (YES/NO): ELECTRIC OR STANDARD IGNITION:

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YARD SALES Nob Hill 61B Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until ? Baby crib, air conditioner, snorkling, gear, baby clothes, toys and much much more. Nob Hill 63B Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? I a, finally leaving GTMO. Pictures to fishing equipment. Skates to toys. You ame it, we probably have it. Crib, crib converter, potty chair, stereo system. Tierra K 77 Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Furniture, exercise equipment, moped, steel single bed (no mattress), roll-a-way bed (no mattress), and lots of other misc. things. Villanar 714D Saturday from 7 a.m. until noon. Color 25" TV, ladies bike with child carrier, small girls bike, lamps, stereos, king size bed frame, clothes, household items and lots more. Paola Point 5 Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Lots of clothing for children, babies, and adults, priced from 10 cents. Plenty of misc. items. TWO WHEELERS '80 Puch moped, runs O.K. Asking $200 or best offer. Leaving island February 4, but can pick up anytime. Call 4404/4691. DWH or 3718 AWH. Ask for PO Morris DWH and Paul AWH. Honda CX 500 Deluxe, full fairing, better bags, luggage rack with adjustable sissy bar, and many other extras. Excellent condition. Asking $1500 neg. Call 2698 AWH or 4197 DWH. AUTOS '69 Ford Econoline 300 van, automatic transmission rebuilt 302 engine. Passed inspection in November. Needs some body work, partically customized mech. sound. Asking $1000 neg. Call Steve at 2714 AWH or 2860 DWH. '66 Ford Fairlane 500, two-door hardtop, 170 cu. in. 6 cyclinder, three on the tree. New battery, cables, and starter relay. Current inspection good until May '86. Good dependable GTMO transportation. Everything works. Asking $750. Contact Ken at 7252 DWH or 3461 AWH. '76 Chevrolet Vega station wagon, four on the floor. Like new tires, new muffler. Recent new clutch, plate, and bearing. Current inspection until May '86. Runs and looks good. Great drive vehicle. Available January 28. Asking $1200. Contact Lt. Ford at 3680 AWH or 7252 DWH. '72 Plymouth Valiant, four door, six cyl., automatic. Good running condition. Asking $650. Call 2280 AT. '76 Pinto station wagon in good condition, inspection good until September. Available at Ferry Landing February 11. Asking $1200. Call 2698 AWH or 4197 DWH. '71 Buick Electra, passed inspection, good until May '86. Good car, comes with insurance, $850. Call 3510 after 5 p.m. '73 Pontiac Gran Prix, $700, ps, pb, runs good, also new batter-starter and ignition switch. Pick up anytime. Call 3718 AWH. Leaving the island February 4. BOATS '80 Bayliner 17', 120 hpl/0, VHF radio, 9.5 kicker, skis and much more. Call 4479 or 3130. 17'Aquasport Center Console, '82 90 hp. Merc. w/power trim and tilt. Bimini top, 27 gal. built in tank, outriggers and downrigger. Full electronic, graphic recorder, VHF Marine radio and 300,000 candle power search light. '83 Cox galvanized tilt trailer. Outstanding condition. Call 2122 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS Three air conditioners. One 18,000 BTU, one 18,000 BTU, one 5,000 BTU. All in good condition, $250 for all three. Call Danny at 4197 DWH or 2698 AWH. One 20,000 BTU, excellent condition. Call 2479 AT. Whirlpool 18,000 BTU with energy saver, excellent condition, 30 months old, $265. Call 2981 between 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. One 23,500 BTU, $250, one 11,000 BTU, $100, one 10,000 BTU, $125, thermostat control. All run good and in very good condition. Call Paul at 3718 AWH. WANTED Radiator that will fit '73 Ford LTD station wagon with automatic transmission. Call 3681 AT I need a baby walker. Please call Adelle at 3460 AT. CB Antenna for base unit. Will pay reasonable price for useable antenna. Call 2779 or 2611 AWH. MISCELLANEOUS Two prom dresses, never worn, bought to small, one size 3, the other size 5/6. Reasonable. Call 6472. Pink big wheels, $5; child carrier for bicycle, $10; two lawn chairs, $10; dart board, $5; beach umbrella, $5; four-piece croquet set, $5; Eureka vacuum (works fine on floors, carpet, atachment broken), $15. Call 2961 AT. Lionel 0-27 gauge tracks, curved and straight, really cheap, will sell by the piece of by the whole lot. Call 4421 AT for more information. Curtains for a child's bedroom or playroom. "Return of the Jedi" pattern in red, white and blue. Four valances 59x13, four panels 59x36. Valances $3 each. Panels $5 each, or $25 for all. Call 4421 AT. Child's seat type wooden swing, has chains to hang on a tree or existing swing set, $5. Call 4421 AT. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Amos Electric "Strat" style guitar with hard shell case, strap and cord, $175 neg; Peavy guitar AMP 65 watt "Bandit" three band par. EQ. pre and post gain controls, reberb, 12" Scorpion speaker, like new, $300 neg; Korg programable digital drum machine, memory holds six songs, call program to 385 bars a song and 32 patterns, memory can be recorded on cassett tape, $300 neg; Atari 2600 deluxe game center, with four game cassettes, $75 neg. Call Al Keene, 2512, Room 104 or call 6266 after 5 p.m. and leave message. Stereo system. AM/FM stereo and cassette console, second cassette system, turntable, two speakers, stereo stand, reverb. system, two cassette cabinets. All in excellent condition. Must see to appreciate, $350. Must sell as getting new system. Call Ray at 3755 AT. LOST Reward for recovery of Huffy 525 black and white 12-speed. Call MSGT Pander at 3039. Taken on Christmas Eve. No questions will be asked. Boys gold horn pendant at Kittery Beach cabana on December 26. Call 3409 AT. Lost at Kittery Beach one diver's mask, one set of fins ad one snorkel on December 28. Call 3398. TOYS Barbie dream house, $90. Excellent condition. All furniture included. Call 2425 AWH. Child's spring horse, vintage 1,950s, excellent condition, $10. Call 4421 AT. BABY ITEMS Baby car seat, $15; baby carrier, feeding chair, $10; baby stroller, $20; baby backpack, $15; baby carrier, rocker, $10. Call 3460 AT. CARPETING One 12x12 medium green carpet, very good condition, %65; 12x18 dusty rose carpet, good condition, $75. Call 2961 AT. CAMERA Ikelite underwater camera case with 110 camera. Used very little, $75. Call 3714 AWH. BICYCLES His and hers matching 10-speed bicycles, blue Murray, practically brand new, $65 each. Call 2246. The Saler #, pp' \e y r 3 Daily Gazette Friday, January 3, 1985 SERVICES Does your poodle dog resemble a GTMO Special? Let me transform it into "something special." Call Carol at 3874 AT or leave message. Have reference or see my dogs to appreciate. Bath and brush any other breed also. Moving can be a stressful time for you. Let us help take some of the stress out of this move. We clean houses for final inspection. We will stand the final inspection with you. Please call Shirley at 2603 AWH or Joyce at 3620 AWH for more details. Mama Ellie is now ready to resume her cooking classes. If you would like to become a more skilled, or start as a beginner, in the fine art of cooking, table setting and serving, then this is for you. Couples and men are most welcome. For complete details and dates call 2392 AWH. Taxidermy services are available in GTMO. For more information or to see samples of my work, call Mark Hays at 2671 AT. House cleaning on a daily basis. Call for reservations on a day you would like early. Call AJ at 2162. Car waxing. Too busy to keep that expensive car from oxidizing and looking sharp? Then call for an estimate Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2981. Very reasonable, consider the value of your car. Are you tired of driving around GTMO in a dull, dirty car? If you are, then call Gary at 2772 AWH or Dawn at 4316 DWH for an appointment to have your car washed and waxed at your home. Fees for wash and wax are compact, $10; mid-size, $12; and large, $15. Available week days or weekends by appointment only. BOOKS One 20 volume Webster Family Encyclopedia Set $175. Call 3460 AT. FURNITURE Antique iron bed frame and rails. Double bed size, painted off-white with detail on head and footboard, $75 firm. Call 4421 AT. Six-piece living room set, sofa, love seat, chair, two end tables, coffee table, good condition, $400. Call Stacey at 4502 DWH or 2589 AWH. Dinette set, seats six or eight with center leaf, four chairs, $100. Call Stacey at 4502 DWH or 2589 AWH. Bedroofs set, queen size headboard, triple dresser w/three mirrors, chest of drawers, two night stands, $750; metal entertainment stand, $12; heavy duty garment rack, $35; seven sheer panels, antique white 40x84 $3 per panel. Call 4285 AT. One crib with Sears mattress and sheets. Excellent condition, oncludes crib converter for toddlers use, $75 or will sell separately (crib $60 and converter $30). Call Gina at 3755 AWH. Hide-a-bed couch with matching chair, $100. Good condition. Leaving island February 4. Call Paul at 3718 AWH. Barry awaits daily visitors By Liz Noland WASHINGTON (NES) -Tucked away at the Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C., opposite the Navy Museum, is a part of the Navy's history. The visit ship USS Barry (DD 933) rests at its pier, ready to face the day not a day of battle, but of visitors. Barry, commissioned in 1956, is the third destroyer named after Commodore John Barry. Born in County Wexford, Ireland, Barry came to "the colonies" in 1757, at age 12. In 1776 he took command of the brigantine Lexington and later became one of the American Revolution's naval heroes. Gen. George Washington conferred the first U.S. Navy commission, under the Constitution, to Capt. Barry on Feb. 22, 1797. Barry is honored as one of the "founding fathers" of our Navy. In 1906, more than 100 years after his death, the U.S. Congress commissioned a statue of Barry for Lafayette Park, Washington, D.C. In the 1950s, President Eisenhower approved Congress's proposal that a statue of the naval hero be presented to County Wexford. The newly commissioned Barry (DD 933) was directed to deliver the statue to Ireland. Adm. Ike Kidd, Barry's commanding officer at the time, remarked on the inland location of the statue when he spoke at the opening ceremony for visit ship Barry Feb. 2, 1984: "Barry's statue stands as Barry the ship will: Eyes shielded, well sheltered, overlooking sights and scenes far removed from the deep oceans of the world where both have served a grateful nation so very, very well." The admiral also told of his visit to the surviving Barry patriarch, who presented him with the family's shillelagh, saying, "This has been the family stick. for longer than I know, used by the eldest until he needs it no more, then passed along. John left before he had need of it, as a young boy. Please accept it as a mark of the Barry family's appreciation for the honor given the family name by his, and now your, country -those great United States." Berthed at pier 2 of the Washington Navy Yard, The Barry is open to the public year-round, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Sunday. And though a sailor just home from deployment may not agree, a visit to the ship can be a lot of fun. A sailor in dress uniform greets tourists, answers their questions and starts them on the self-paced tour, which begins at the ship's museum. There you see the beautiful old shillelagh, which Kidd presented to Adm. Watkins at the opening ceremony, asking that "these two old friends, ship and stick, may stay together." Also at the museum is a copy of Barry's commission, a photo history of destroyers, and the Presidential Proclamation making Sept. 13, 1981, Commodore John Barry Day. Following the tour guide arrows from the museum, you come to one of the ship's two big guns. If you've never been on a destroyer, mentally picturing a 5-inch, 54-caliber gun is just not the same as standing beside To be continued in Monday's editon.)

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_Pistonslose 12 straight, Bulls triumph S p os (AP) -Around the NBA last the San Antonio Spurs. Golden State Warriors night, Detroit lost for the Boston outscored the 120-115. twelfth time in 15 games. The Indiana Pacers 122-104, 29 The Washington Bullets hi Pistons fell to the Chicago Bulls 131-122. Detroit had opened the season with 12 wins in 18 games. The Sacramento Kings broke a five-game losing streak with a 114-106 victory over points for Dennis Johnson and 27 for Larry Bird of the Celtics. Houston's John Lucas scored 27 points, including six in the last minute, and the Rockets slipped past the s Lt 61 percent of their shots on the way to a 115-109 victory over the New York Knicks. Only five Bullets scored. Jeff Malone had 37 points, Gus Williams canned 32, and Cliff Robinson added 28. The final results and facts about the December No Tap Tourney are in, and it was one of the busiest tournaments ever. The tournament was held at Marblehead Lanes Saturday, Dec. 21. With as many people as we drew, there was sure to be some keen competition. Keith Nelson led out the evening with three very good games set the high series mark for everyone else to chase. Also, bowling early in the evening was Bubba Strauss, who came very close to the perfect game with a 276, which also gave everyone else a goal to better. For the men, the rest of the evening was spent chasing, but falling short of those marks set earlier by Keith and Bubba. Others who also did well were Don Kuklinski, Ed Bartolome, Eddie Vittitoe, Gary Howland, Glenn LeBlanc, Bruce Garrison, Mac McKenzie, and Paul Tyerman, who missed tying the winner by only eight pins. It was not until later in the evening that Steve Rachal not only took away high game honors with a near perfect 278, but also took high series with a 744. Although the men were very good, this night is was the women who scored the best. New bowlers to our monthly Big Pot No Tap were Alice and Jim Stiltner, and I am sure there were some who hope Alice does not come back again. Alice not only outscored all of the women, she even bettered the men with marks of 290 game. Alice had a spare in her first frame, and then struck out. And to prove the 290 game was not just luck, she finished with a 768 series, which showed her consistent good bowling ability. Although Alice had no other women really contest her game or series this evening, other women who did bowl very well were: April Neidigh, Marilyn Schlachter, Katherine Smith, Jane LaMendola, Tracy Howland, Delores Regina Amason, Dena Johnson, and Jane Titus. Other women who had what normally would have been very good games were Wendy Quickery with a 276 game and Julie Sanquirico with a very impressive 684 series. Congratulations to our two winners, Steve Rachal and Alice Stiltner. Each has won $157.50 for their wins, just in tide to pay those Christmas-bills. Number-eleven Georgetown upset at Pittsburgh (AP) -League play began last night for a lot of college conferences, and one ranked team was upset. Number-eleven Georgetown lost at Pittsburgh 80-76. Demetreus Gore and Curtis Aiken combined for 38 of Pitt' points. Elsewhere in the Big East, fourth-ranked Syracuse rallied past Boston College 68-52. Tenth-rated St. John's escaped Providence with a 95-90 overtime victory. Walter Berry had 354 points The NFL "Demolition Derby", the playoffs, will continue this weekend. By Sunday night only four teams will still be rolling. There are two games tomorrow and two on Sunday. The Glimps. Bossy Scores 499 and 500 -(UPI) -A memorable night for Mike Bossy and the New York Islanders. Bossy scored his four hundred ninetyninth and five hundredth career goals to cap a six-goal third-period for New York, and lead the Islanders to a 7-5 comeback win over the Boston Bruins. Bossy is only the eleventh player in NHL history to score 500 goals. In other NHL action, ,r.Quebec downed Hartford 3-2, Buffalo and Detroit locked in a 2-2 overtime tie, Minnesota edged Vancouver 3-2, Edmonton beat Calgary 4-3, and Philadelphia whipped Los Angeles 7-4. Soviets Beat St. Louis -(UPI) -In an exhibition contest, the Soviet Red Army beat St. Louis 4-2. Medalists Will Fight -Olympic Welterweight gold medalist Mark Breland will fight Troy Wortham, and Heavyweight gold medalist Tyrell Biggs will take on James "Quick" Tillis, in Lancaster, Pa., on Jan. 25. WBA Approves Fight -(UPI) -The World Boxing Association says it has approved an elimination fight between South African Cerrie Coetzee and meet sixth-ranked Frank Bruno of Britain. They are both challengers to the Heavyweight Title held by American Tony Tubbs. The fight is set for March 4 in London. o UPI's Defensive Player Of the Year -(UPI) -Andre Tippett of the New England Patriots is UPI's "Defensive Player of The Year" in the AFC. Tippett narrowly edged defensive end Howie Long of the Los Angeles Raiders for the honor. The Raiders face the Patriots in an AFC -F playoff game Sunday. ,' for the Redmen. In the Big Ten, guard Gary Grant hit 21 points and center Roy Tarpley netted 20 as second-ranked Michigan rolled past number-15 Indiana 74-69. Tony Wysinger scored 19 points for Illinois, and the fourteenth-ranked Illini topped Minnesota 76-57. Eight-ranked Louisiana State opened Southeastern Conference play with an 85-73 win over Georgia. Number-13 Nevada-Las Vegas began the PCAA season by outlasting Utah State 100-94 double overtime. Exactly year ago yesterday, t Rebels and Aggies combined for 282 points in a triple overtime goal, the highest scoring game in NCAA history. Texas-El Paso of the Western Athletic Conference won for the twelfth straight time. The nineteenth-ranked Miners fought past Brigham Young 69-64 in overtime. Virginia Tech, ranked twentieth, battled past James Madison 74-65. six divisional champions will be in action for the first time along with the two wild card survivors of last week's opening round. The Miami Dolphins, AFC Eastern champions, will get things under way tomorrow against the Cleveland Browns, the AFC Central winners. The game will be in Miami, where the Dolphins play like great white sharks. Just about the time that game is winding down, they will be gearing up in Anaheim, Calif. The Los Angeles Rams, champs of the NFC east. On Sunday, the two-legged grizzlies, the Chicago Bears, will greet the New York Giants, a wild card winner last week, at Soldier Field in Chicago. Later in the day, in the Los Angeles Coliseum, the Raiders will face the New England Patriots. The Raiders won the AFC Western title and the Patriots knocked off the New York Jets last week in wild card action. Dolphins favored The Dolphins are heavy favorites: -over the Browns for two reasons: They are murderous in the Orange Bowl and they have a high-flying aerial attack, featuring the bombs of Dan Marino. His favorite targets, Mark Duper and Mark Clayton, should give the Cleveland defense nightmares. Either Bernard Kosar or Gary Danielson, or both, will direct the Cleveland attack. Both men can wing it, but they do not have the speedball to aim at that Marino has. Cleveland's best chance obviously is to force Miami mistakes, or even better, to get lucky. A few fumbles and a couple of interceptions going Cleveland's way could turn the game around. The Cowboy-Ram game is a tough one to figure. Both teams looked good at times and also looked bad. The Cowboys are never sure whether Danny White or Gary Hogeboom will be at quarterback. The Rams know that (Dieter Brock will be the quarterback, but what kind of a game will he have? The tall Dallas rush line may make things difficult for Dieter, who is one of the shortest quarterbacks in the league. The game could turn into a battle of yardage between two great runners, Eric Dickerson for the Rams and Tony Dorsett for the Cowboys. The picks here on the two Saturday games are Miami and Dallas. Bears and Giants One of the more dramatic games of the weekend should be the clash on Sunday between the 15-and 1 Chicago Bears and the Giants. They are old rivals. The oddsmakers think the Bears are close to a cinch but the Giants aren't buying that. They feel they will make a close game of it. The weather could be a problem there-. Anything is possible in Chicago at this time of year, including snow, sleet, rain and wind. This will be a muscular 60 minutes. The Bears are famous for intimidating other teams but the Giants think th have a few tough citizens o their own. Jim McNahon, colorful and sometimesabrilliant, will quarterback Chicago and Phil Simms, excitable and sometimes brilliant, will do the same for the Giants. The great Walter Payton will do most of the ballcarrying for the Bears. Joe Morris, the "Little David" of pro football, will test the Chicago defense. Joe can zip through some narrow openings. The leather will pop up front like champagne corns on New Year's Eve, what the receivers do will depend on the weather. The second game on Sunda will send the Patriot against the Raiders in the L.A. Coliseum. This could easily be a defensive battle and a low-scoring game. That theory will go out the window, however, if one team sprints into an early lead. This also will be a "macho" battle along the line of scrimmage. The picks here for the two games on Sunday are the Raiders and, surprise, surprise, the Giants. Daily Gazette Friday, January 3, 1986 Bow journey one of "busiest" ever, ck down action nets 290 score By Chuck McGinty The Sportsman By Charles Morey .___ i


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