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   Logansport Pharos-Tribune (Newspaper) - October 24, 1985, Logansport, Indiana                                Weather Clear cooler tonight sunny warm Friday Carter not as lucky as Reagan Local teams in football tourney Logansport Indiana October Founded 1844 Reagan Tells Peace Proposal United Press International Reagan speaks to General Assembly making proposal for superpowers to refrain from military involvement On rostrum are LR Secretary Javier Perez de Cuellar President Jaimes de Pienes and Undersecretary W Buffum UNITED NATIONS UPI President Reagan seeking a fresh start in relations with the Soviet Union today proposed that the superpowers agree to eliminate outside military in volvement and guarantee peace settlements to help re solve conflict in five world trou ble spots Reagan made the proposal in a major address to the Gen eral Assembly which cele brated the 40th anniversary of its founding today He cited the following areas where the United States and the Soviet Union could reduce tensions and make progress toward peace Afghanistan Cambodia Ethiopia Angola and Nicaragua The president spoke for about 30 minutes to a crowded General Assembly and was applauded only at the end of his address Those listening with apparent interest included Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze who Reagan was to meet with later today and the Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega a guest at the presidents reception Wednesday night Diplomatic observers have noted that in recent days the administration has tried to downgrade arms control as the toppriority issue of Reagans Nov 1920 summit in Geneva Switzerland with Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev But in one conciliatory gesture Reagan told the gathering which included some 80 heads of government that Gorbachevs proposal for a 50 percent cut in offensive nuclear weapons is being carefully stud ied I believe that within their proposal there are seeds which we should he said In the coming weeks we will seek to establish a genuine process of give and When Mr Gorbachev and I meet in Geneva next Reagan I look to a fresh start in the relationship of our two nations We can and should meet in a spirit that we can deal with our differences peacefully That is what we Reagan proposed a three stage regional peace plan between the warring parties to end violence and bring about true national reconciliation real progress has been made in negotiations the United States and Soviet Union would hold a separate set of talks to explore how they might offer guarantees for the accords reached by the parties In every See Page 2 Coast Guard Finds 4 Winamac Men On Lake Michigan MICHIGAN CITY Four Winamac men whose boat broke down were rescued this morning in Lake Michigan by the Coast Guard The men were identified as Charles DeGroot 61 John Stombaugh 54 Dr Charles Heinsen 53 and Fred Russell 76 all of Winamac They were found at Chief Robert Goral of the Michigan City Coast Guard said the four were scheduled to return from a fishing trip at 8 Wednesday and were reported missing at 1 today Goral said the engine in their fishing boat apparently broke down and the boats radio did not work The Coast Guard official said the four men were found 13 miles northwest of Michigan City in Michigan waters north of Burns Harbor Goral said a Coast Guard jet spotted the men and a helicopter was sent to the scene before a Coast Guard rescue boat was sent to tow the craft to shore Goral said all four men are safe and well Dr Heinsen a Winamac physician is the owneroperator of the 25foot boat used for the excursion Dr Heinsen has 15 years of boating experience according to a coast guard spokesman The families of the men notified authorities when the men did not return at the expected time The Coast Guard had been searching for the men with a jet and helicopters from Chicago and Traverse City since Inside Today Mormons Mormon officials say they didnt attempt to purchase the documents believed linked to two boobytrap bombings PAGE 12 Pacers The Indiana Pacers begin their tenth season in the NBA with a bolstered backcourt after Wednes days acquisition of veter an guard Clint Richardson PAGE 11 Index Ann Dr Pharos SELL through classified And Get This Seller In Only 3 Days Love seat Burnt orange 150 Excellent condition OOOOOOO After 7225000 Newton Judge Freed On Bail Was On Hunger Strike In Jail KENTLAND Ind UPI Judge Mark Bauer 33 was released Wednesday from Newton County Jail on bail posted by his mother authorities said Bauer faces numerous criminal charges in1 eluding official misconduct theft and obstruction of justice He avoided talking with reporters after his release His wife Cynthia 31 said the couple needed time to ponder their legal problems before talking more about them She also faces several charges including three counts of possession of small mounts of mari juana theft and conversion for using county office supplies for her private law practice She was freed from jail Saturday on pond posted by relatives Also Wednesday the Indiana Supreme Court appointed Stephen C Bower a Kentland lawyer to be Newton Superior Court judge pro tempore pending the outcome of the criminal case against Bauer Newton County Clerk Linda Burman said Mrs Bauer and her motherinlaw Jean Bauer ar rived together to post Bauers bail 10 percent of the bond set by Lake Superior Judge James Danikolas special judge in their case Bauer arrested with his wife last Thursday night had refused to eat while in jail to protest the indictments Officials said he had eaten only coffee and Rolaids But Ill bet hes home eating right said sheriffs dispatcher Jan Burley Bauer embroiled in controversies since he became the first judge elected to the newly created court in 1982 has requested a federal investigation into what he has termed political corruption in Newton County Peru Sighting Was Not Cliver Beard hair found at service station didnt match fugitives PERU The man who a station attendant in Peru described as matching fugitive Jerry Clivers description last week was not Cliver Indiana State Police have concluded Cliver wanted hi connection with the murder of his exwifes boyfriend escaped from the Sullivan County Jail Oct 12 Three people in Peru last week reported that a man matching his descrip tion had shaved off his beard in a restroom at the WakeUp Service Station on Business 31 south of Peru Police found after examination that hair left in the restroom sink did not match Clivers hair The report apparently marks the second false sighting of Cliver in the past two weeks Earlier last week Indianapolis Police surrounded a house in Indianapolis after acting on a tip that Cliver was inside but no one was found El Salvador Prisoners Free In Trade SAN SALVADOR El Salvador UPI Leftist guerrillas today released the daughter of President Jose Napoleon Duarte after holding her hostage for 44 days government officials said Culture Minister Julio Rey Prendes said Ines Guadalupe Duarte Duran 35 had been turned over to the Catholic Church officals in the town of Tenancingo about 18 miles northeast of the capital The guerrillas also re leased Ana Cecilia Villeda 23 a friend of Duarte Duran who was dragged with her from their car by guerrillas in front of a private un versity in San Salvador on Sept 10 Rey Prendes said Throughout the morning President Duarte Duarte Durans three children and three other members of their family had waited anx iously for confirmation of the release The exchange plan called for the release of Duarte Duran the evacuation of 96 seriously wounded guerril las and the freeing of 22 political prisioners Sex Money Both Cause For Worry NEW YORK UPI More than half of all Americans say they frequently worry about money and most women say they think about money more often than sex a Money magazine survey reports According to the study released Wed nesday 82 percent of Americans said they often think about money and 53 percent said they are forced to worry about it frequently Overall the survey said people think more often about money than sex by 37 percent to 24 percent but found the thinking of men and women varies greatly Men said they think more about sex by 32 percent to 27 percent the study found while women said they think more often about money by 51 percent to 12 percent The third annual survey found little change from last year in the percentage of people who were happy with their financial situation This year 54 percent said they were satisfied and 46 percent expressed dissatisfaction Despite a relatively low inflation rate and a slight drop in interest rates those who consider their standard of living to be comfortable fell from 66 percent to 59 percent Regardless of how much thought Ameri cans give their finances a large percent age said they do not believe they manage their money very well Fortyone percent rated themselves fair to poor money managers with 59 percent awarding themselves marks of good to excellent Thirtytwo percent said women are better money managers than men The average savings and investments of Americans not counting real estate in creased from in 1984 to this year Twentyeight percent of those surveyed were able to put away at least 10 percent of last years earnings while 27 percent saved nothing According to the survey 64 percent of the respondents said they are uncomfortable taking out a loan but about 70 percent have some kind of loan outstanding The average amount owed is with mortgages accounting for 74 percent The study Americans and Their was based on a national sampling of adult Americans It was conducted by Lieberman Research Inc   

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