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August 14, 1987 | RANDY HARVEY, Times Staff Writer
Rick Nerland, executive vice president of the Anchorage Organizing Committee, said Thursday that he is concerned about reports that U.S. cities will have difficulty winning bids for future Olympics because of a dispute between the U.S. State Department and the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO). "If they can resolve it, it's a very positive thing for our bid," said Nerland, referring to Anchorage's candidacy for the 1994 Winter Games.
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August 19, 1987 | RANDY HARVEY, Times Staff Writer
In the hallway of a downtown hotel here Tuesday, Manuel Gonzalez Guerra, president of the Cuban Olympic Committee, was intercepted by reporters, who asked if Cuba will boycott the closing ceremony if the Miami Sound Machine is on the program. The Miami Sound Machine is a rock band whose two most prominent members are Cuban natives living in Miami. Lead singer Gloria Estafan's father was a bodyguard for the wife of Fulgencio Batista, the Cuban president who was overthrown in 1959 by Fidel Castro.
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August 12, 1987 | RANDY HARVEY
Robert Helmick, president of the United States Olympic Committee, said Tuesday that the U.S. State Department's refusal to grant a visa to a Chilean shooter may affect U.S. chances to hold future Pan American and Olympic games.
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August 14, 1987 | RANDY HARVEY, Times Staff Writer
Rick Nerland, executive vice president of the Anchorage Organizing Committee, said Thursday that he is concerned about reports that U.S. cities will have difficulty winning bids for future Olympics because of a dispute between the U.S. State Department and the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO). "If they can resolve it, it's a very positive thing for our bid," said Nerland, referring to Anchorage's candidacy for the 1994 Winter Games.
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August 19, 1987 | RANDY HARVEY, Times Staff Writer
In the hallway of a downtown hotel here Tuesday, Manuel Gonzalez Guerra, president of the Cuban Olympic Committee, was intercepted by reporters, who asked if Cuba will boycott the closing ceremony if the Miami Sound Machine is on the program. The Miami Sound Machine is a rock band whose two most prominent members are Cuban natives living in Miami. Lead singer Gloria Estafan's father was a bodyguard for the wife of Fulgencio Batista, the Cuban president who was overthrown in 1959 by Fidel Castro.
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August 12, 1987 | RANDY HARVEY
Robert Helmick, president of the United States Olympic Committee, said Tuesday that the U.S. State Department's refusal to grant a visa to a Chilean shooter may affect U.S. chances to hold future Pan American and Olympic games.
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