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Playground Daily News (Newspaper) - May 5, 1990, Fort Walton Beach, FloridaWeather news inside Index today mostly Cloudy. High 80 Low 50. Southwest wind 10-15 mph/2a inquiry called for in flawed execution Page so Latvia Calis for slow break from . Page10a business 8.9c editorials. 4a 6b local news.,. In. .5-ic movies. .68 10c-8d obituaries. 8b 4b Public record. ,2b 7b 1 sports. 1-4c 11a i to schedule.,. 6b r 4 sections 40 pages fort Wagon Boach Fla copyright 1990 the Oaty new saturday May 5, 1990 a Northwest Florida daily news �90 254 a a a. It f. A to Rajiri i v is v v i a a i 1 water Power Darty news can Lachat . Locke 5. Of fort Walton Beach playfully scores a direct on Friend . Blankenship 5, also of fort Walton Beach the two Are beating the heat by Cooling off with a water Hose in a driveway at a local trailer Par Bush nuke weaponry still needed jobless rate spurs recession fears Washington a the nation s i employment rate climbed to 5.4 percent in april its highest level in More Plum a year the government said Friday in a report analysts called a disturbing sign the Economy could slip into recession. There was paltry growth in the number of . Jobs for the second straight month and the total actually would have declined if not for the hiring of temporary census workers a the report indicates the Bottom dropped out of the labor Market in april. It Speaks More toward a possible recession than a rebounding Eam omy Quot said Alen Sinai chief eco Mist at the Boston co. Bond markets railed in response to the report. Traders took weaker than expected employment a report running counter to recent indications that the Economy was picking up As a sign the Federal Reserve would not boost interest rates to slow things Down. The government re ported last week that the grew at a 2.1 per cent rate in the first three months of the year twice As fast As some private analysts had predicted. In april the civilian jobless rate As measured by a household Survey was up from the 5.2 percent registered in March before that the unemployment rate had held steady at 5.3 percent for nine months. The last time the jobless rate reached 5.4 percent was january please see raie/3a Stillwater okla. A president Bush said Friday that nuclear weapons must continue to play a key role in safeguarding Europe from War declaring a there Are few lessons so Clear in history As this a while offering an advanced timetable for negotiating with Moscow on reducing Short Range nuclear arms Bush declared a the United states is not going to allow Europe to become a Safe for conventional Bush discussing the changing face of Europe during a commencement speech at Oklahoma state University hailed the sweep of democracy through Warsaw pact nations however he cautioned a your enemy today is uncertainty and Bush said a it will be crucial to see whether Moscow chooses coercion or peaceful dialogue in responding to the aspirations of the lithuanian people and nationalities within the soviet Bush s remarks were intended to offer the outlines of a new military and political Mission for nato As Europe is transformed by the reunification of Germany and the collapse of communist governments. Leaders of the 16 nato nations will meet in London in late june or Early july to Chart a revised strategy for the 41-year-old Alliance. Bush said the allies should accelerate work to determine a the minimum number and types of weapons that will be needed to deter War credibly and old Spanish Trail festival 1990 opens with food music pickets by Mee of ii Newt staff writer festival events Crestview the tantalizing smell of grilled sausage was already Drifting across the Bazaar grounds late Friday morning As vendors prepared for the 2 . Opening of old Spanish Trail fest Val 19w. Some 50,000 people Are expected to pour into Spanish Trail Park on ill Well Avenue just East of state Road 85 in North Crest View during the three Day event. As festival Goc t s turn onto Stillwell they can expect to be greeted by pickets urging a Boycott of the festival because Beer is being sold on the grounds. The Crestview area ministerial association has been picketing since tuesday when the Crestview City Council declined to put a lid on the sudsy brew. Crestview eve Tny in Nedum for Fody at in old up wish tran Faa Tivai a 5 a on 5k run Span tart Traci pvt a 91 m,-1 . A Stata farm to Naranee Battie of tha . Spa Ruah trait Park a 9 until a Volta Yamill trip Tannis tour Samanta twin Hima Park. A 10 . To 11 . A Bazaar Opan. More than 100 Bootha. Spanish Trail Park a 10am a Mack Brooks band Spantak Trail Partt. A 11 a Parade of a Artrea. Shamah Traci parti a noon a Crest vow mtg school jazz band Spanish Traci Park a 1 a Walker elementary school production Spanish Trail Park a 2 , a no Nama clog Gara twin a Rafac clog Gars. Spantak trait Park. A 3pm a mad note Spantak train pank. A 4pm. A Tommy Lea Spanish Trail Park. A 5 30 . Tha Charly Mcc tan show with Wayna Manaay Spanish Trail Park a 8 45 . A magic Spanish Trail Park. 7.45 , a Tommy Laa Spanish Trail Park a 8 45 . A tha Charty Mcclain show with Wayna Manaay Spanish Traci Park a 10pm. A magic. Spantak Trail Park. But vendors doubt the Boycott will have the desired effect. In fact they expect it to boost sales a it will probably bang More people Here a said Doug Parsley owner of Parsley a Barbecue Quot some people will come out of curiosity a said Dennis Chapman owner of Chappie a Southern feed ice Cream. Parsley agreed Quot and All that free advertisement it got More front pages than the festival itself did a a there will be even More people out Here now a Chapman conclude daily new Jeah Lachat Herman Hicks paints prices on a sign outside tha Holt Volunteer fire departments food stand in preparation for old Spanish Trail festival 1990. Eds because the Beer drinkers will say a Good this Way there wont be anybody Here to preach to me a a but there were some giving sermons on preachers and Boycotts Over at the Beer tent where bartender . Keith a member of am vets Post 35, was already Popp please see festiva�o3a Gay activists rap homosexual reversal therapy program Salt Lake cite a a conference touting therapy and a healthy male bonding As the keys to overcoming homosexuality was attacked by Gay rights activists Friday As naive and dangerous. A there Are too Many tragic consequences of such treatments for this work to be. Tolerated a said Robert Austin president of the Utah aids coalition. A reorientation therapy is to psychiatry what bloodletting is to the Healing the two Day conference Quot you of done to have to be Gay a is sponsored by the Evergreen foundation a self described group former homosexuals dedicated to helping others move toward heterosexuality. In addition to psychotherapy the group promotes development of athletic skills to Spur the transition. Joe Dallas a fundamentalist Christian therapist told an opening session crowd of 120 that while not technically an illness homosexuality is a a symptom of inner conflict often stemming from a childhood devoid of proper male identity development. Quot i see homosexuality As just the red Light on the dash that says Check under the Hood something a the matter Here a said Dallas whose new creations ministry is based in Orange Calif. While decrying past treatments that have included a everything from exorcism to Shock Dallas nonetheless maintained homosexuality can be reversed he did not outline specific treatments but said therapists should use the techniques they Are comfortable with. However at a news conference members of Utah a homosexual Community condemned the notion that sexual orientation can or should be changed. Austin said the majority of mental health professionals agree that sexual orientation cannot be changed he predicted that the foundations year old program would Quot fall on the Ash Heap of history a joining the notion that homosexuality is a mental disease an idea rejected by the american psychiatric association in 1973. Quot it will not fall without its victims a Austin said Quot Gay and lesbian teens haunted by confusion Over their affectation attempt suicide three times As often As their heterosexual counterparts a i find the very idea of professionals in the mental health professions adding to that despair and confusion by offering false Hopes of reorientation to be Lili the unite j states is not going to allow Europe to become a Safe for conventional War president Bush he said Moscow and Washington should open negotiations to reduce Short Range nuclear missiles in Europe once a treaty is signed perhaps later this year to curb troops and conventional arms. Originally Bush had insisted that a conventional arms treaty not Only be signed but also implemented before talks could begin on Short Range nuclear forces. However Bush said that As the soviet Union pulls Back troops from Warsaw pact nations a there is less need for nuclear systems of the shortest acting on Bush a suggestion nato scrapped plans thursday to deploy More powerful Short Range Lance nuclear missiles and artillery shells in Europe. Even so the United states and soviet Union will still maintain sizeable Short Range nuclear arsenals in remember Kent state Kent Ohio a thousands of people it candles in the rain Friday to dedicate a memorial to four Kent state University students who were slain by Ohio National guardsmen during an anti War protest 20 years ago about 4,000 people huddled beneath umbrellas on a parking lot near the site of the shootings which took place on May 4, 1970, and marked a tragic rallying Point for those who opposed american involvement in the Vietnam War. Most of the people in the crowd placed lighted candles on the Hilltop Granite memorial some placed their candles amid the 58,175 daffodils planted on Tow nearby Hillside for each american killed in the War. About 200 students nearby waged a silent protest by raising clenched fists and holding up handmade signs bearing messages of a whose May 4th is it anyway a and Quot done to minimize student some held up two fingers a shaped in the peace sign popularized during the anti War movement. Some Kent state students have contended tiie University a $200,000 memorial is too Little too late. Former . Sen. George Mcgovern the keynote speaker said the memorial should encourage reconciliation Between the United states and Vietnam which do not have diplomatic relations. A the War in Vietnam is unfinished a the unsuccessful 1972 democratic presidential candidate said a the killing has stopped but please see state3a

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