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Logansport Pharos-Tribune (Newspaper) - April 22, 1985, Logansport, Indiana Vol 141 No 95 Logansport Indiana April Founded 1844 Ortega Has Peace Plan State Department cool to ceasefire dialogue proposal JUIGALPA Nicaragua UPI President Daniel Ortega hoping to prevent congressional approval of million in aid to antiSandinista rebels offered a ceasefire with the insurgents and called for talks with Washington The offer was dismissed by a senior administration official in Washington as propaganda intended to sway undecided congressmen in Tuesdays vote The State Department however did not totally dismiss Ortegas offer The aggressive terrorist mil itary policy of the United States is being defeated in Nicaragua because the peasants con science rejects the treasonous Ortega said Sunday in reference to President Reagans peace plan It violates international law that the United States discuss whether or not it will attack Nicaraguas people it violates all judicial order and the Nicaraguan peoples human Ortega said in Juigalpa 60 miles east of Managua Reagans plan calling for churchmediated talks between the ruling Sandinistas and the rebels would also Steve Musical Moments Freshman Molly Steckel sings the solo portion to I Still Believe In Me during the freshman choir segment of the Hour of Music II in the Berry Bowl Sunday afternoon Yuppie Life Not All Wine Roses WASHINGTON UPI Being a yuppie isnt all Volvos and networking says a psychoanalyst who has looked into the good lives and hard times of young urban pro fessionals Many people simply have become too addicted to comfort and are afraid to take risks that will lead to more selffulfillment and said Dr Douglas LaBier of the Project for Technology Work and Character in Washington LaBier who is writing a book on the link between careers and emotional problems said he has found that the compromises and tradeoffs yuppies make in pursuing a career are taking a psychic toll In this weeks edition of News World Report he said In the course of molding themselves to the attitudes and values needed for success in many organizations many pro fessionals feel that they have betrayed themselves There is Inside Today LoveIn The 1985 legislature is being called a lovein because of its apparent lack of partisan animosity PAGES Frye Sparks ISU Logansports Paul Frye had a big weekend for Indiana States baseball team in a fourgame series against Bradley PAGE 7 Index Ann Landers 9 Classified 1011 Comics 8 Dr Lamb 9 Faces 10 Heloise 9 Nation 5 Opinion 4 People 6 Pharos Flashes 8 Reagan Making llth Hour Pitch On Aid Package To Contra Rebels WASHINGTON UPI President Reagan today hoped to stave off a stinging foreign policy defeat on aid to Nicaraguan rebels but his task is complicated by what the White House branded as a slick propaganda initia tive by Managua Having abandoned the core component of his policy toward Nicaragua renew ed military assistance for the Contra rebels Reagan sought agreement with the Senate on a resolution that would grant him at least a partial victory At best the White House clung to the hope Congress would opt for the same amount of aid Reagan re quested million but with assurances the money would be used only for nonmilitary purposes In the House however Democrats claimed they had the votes to defeat any re sumption of aid of any sort to the Contras and deal Reagan a major political setback three months into his second term White House officials conceded Reagan would suf fer an embarrassing defeat if the resolution came to a vote grant million to the Contras fighting to overthrow the leftist government in Managua If you are walking and another person has a dog and incites that dog to bite you the one least resonsible is the said Ortega We must talk to the one who is inciting the dog and he who is inciting the dog who is feeding that dog is the United States government There must be talk with the United States government A ceasefire must first be established with the United Ortega said and Nicaraguan officials held talks in Manzanillo Mexico between June and December 1984 until Washington canceled them citing lack of progress on conflicting points of view The United States gov ernment is not yet aware that ours is an irreversible revolu tionary process We will never back away not even if the United States government sends in troops to directly intervene in Ortega said Secretary of State George Shultz after highlevel White House discussions flashed a thumbsdown sign to reporters when asked about Ortegas of fer Cycle Crash Kills Cass Man Three others hurt in separate weekend motorcycle mishaps also tremendous rage Some of my patients have fantasies of erupting like an exploding volcano or have even identified with people who lose total control and grab a machine gun and shoot up the He said his patients report feelings of depression anxiety emptiness paranoia as well as a whole range of physical ailments such as headaches backaches and insomnia Young urban professonals in their late 20s and early 30s tend to get caught up in materi alism and want all the perks of a successful he said But at the same time they have absorbed the legacy of the 60s in that they want and expect more personal fulfillment from their work and private lives LaBier said LaBeir said he advises his yuppie patients to lead lives more focused on their families and not so centered on their careers BY DAVE LONG Staff Writer Cass County recorded its sec ond traffic fatality of the year Sunday afternoon when a Lo gansport man died following a motorcycle accident on the south bridge over the Wabash River on South Third Street Lowell Webb 48 E Main died of head and chest inju ries enroute to Methodist Hospi tal in Indianapolis in the Lifeline helicopter It was the third personal injury accident involving motorcycles during the weekend in Logansport Police said Webb was headed north on Burlington Avenue and passed another vehicle The driver of the other vehicle told police Webb was traveling at a high rate of speed Webb lost control of the cycle and went onto the sidewalk on the east side of the south bridge 168 feet from Cliff Drive The cycle struck a utility pole Webb was thrown from the cycle and landed on a sidewalk 20 feet away The weekend motorcycle ac cidents resulted in injuries to three other people Dennis Quillen 23 900 17th and his sister Gayle 20 Galveston were injured in a motorcyclecar accident at Saturday at 24 and George Street Police said a vehicle driven by Gilbert Snay 17 2618 Usher headed west on the highway turned in front of the motorcycle headed east on the highway Dennis Quillen suffered fractures of his arm and face and a head injury He was transferred by ambulance Sat urday night to Methodist Hospi tal in Indianapolis He was listed in good condition today Gayle Quillen was transferred to St Joseph Hospital in Kokomo with fractures of her foot Snay was cited by police on a charge of failure to yield the right of way at a through highway A carmotorcycle accident at Saturday at llth and High streets resulted in minor injury to David Barron 20 530 W Linden Ave Barron suffered shoulder abrasions when the cycle he was riding slid under a vehicle which was backing onto High Street Grinding Task Technicol Sergeont Timothy Dickens prepares to walk through spinning rifle bayonets during a maneuver called the Meat Grinder Steve Weather 12 World 5 The Air Force Presidential Honor Guard Drill Team performed two shows at the Logansport Mall Sunday afternoon
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