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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Sandusky, Ohio Saturday March 17 Cloudy High of so with Chance of rain. A-16 woman in command female Cadet leads West. Point. A-13 baseball strike players Cool to owners proposal. A-6mm a bom to be wild e. German s Campaign is a Surprise. A-3 emf Sandusky Register copyright 1990, Sandusky newspapers inc. Sandusky Ohio saturday March 17, 1990 vol. 167, no. 346 35 cents saturday March 17, 1990 vol. 167, no. 346 Cheney . Status Hurt by big defense cuts Knight Ridder i newspapers Washington i defense Secretary Dick i warned Friday that i cited states would become a a second class Power if the military Bud i get was Cut in half Over the i coming decade As some 1 defense experts Are urging. I a there is no question i that changes in the world i do justify Long term budget i Ary savings but there is a Point below which we can i not go if we want to remain i a superpower a Cheney a said in a speech to the National newspaper Asso i elation Here. I he said the results of the i debate on the 1991 Penta i goo budget be Lim-1 item to ships planes and i tanks but could Mark the i end of the nation s super-1 Power Ltd. A the More 11 look at this debate the i More it appears to me to be i a debate not about just one program or another but about what kind of country we want to be a be said. A when serious people propose cutting the defense budget by half Over the next 10 years. They re not talking about simple budget shifts a he said. A they would give us the defense budget of a second class Power the budget of an i America in i last week rep. Les i Aspin d-wis., chairman of i the House armed services 8 committee said quot big cuts i in the defense budget were j Likely and that a 50 percent i reduction by 9000 quot is within i the realm of i the Bush administration i has proposed a defense i budget that would Cut about i 2 percent annually from the i military after inflation 1 Over the coming five years. I cuts of 6.7 percent annually i would be required to Cut i the defense budget in half i Over 10 years. I in recent months Gener i ally Liberal defense Ana bus Union meets with mediator Tucson aril. Up the Union representing striking greyhound employees will make a new offer when contract talks resume for the first time in the sometimes violent walkout that began two weeks ago a Union Leader said Friday. De Strait president of the amalgamated Council of greyhound local unions emerged from several hours of closed door meetings with a Federal mediator to say quot we re hopeful. Quot right now there is not too much to say. We be been working on a new counter proposal which we Are going to give to the company at the appropriate he would not elaborate except to say the new offer was developed by the Union without the mediator. The closed door meeting was designed to establish ground rules for the resumption of contract talks with the company today. Greyhound officials were to hold a separate meeting with the mediator before the bargaining session. The preliminary meetings were held As new incidents of violence were reported in the strike which began March 2 after efforts to negotiate a new contract covering 6,300 bus Drivers and some 3,000 other employees a including baggage handlers mechanics ticket agents and reservation clerks a collapsed. In the latest violence what May have been a Bullet was fired at a greyhound bus minutes after it pulled out of the downtown terminal in Phoenix Early Friday police spokesman Leo Speliopoulos said. The Driver reported to police that she saw quot a muzzle Flash from a passing car described As an Early 1970s Lincoln Continental. No one was injured but the Driver turned the bus around and returned to the terminal two blocks away. Speliopoulos said the front right Side of the Windshield had quot a Small pinhole in it. Quot we surmise it was made by a Bullet but we done to know for in Connecticut a greyhound employee identified As Roger d. Cawthra 44, of Stratford was arrested Friday for allegedly firing a single gunshot March 12 at a bus approaching Hartford state police said. No one was injured. A greyhound spokesman in Dallas said Cawthra who was on medical leave for a neck injury faces dismissal. Ing gone a $300 Ilion annual a see defense Page a-2 High court moving quickly on Flag Case Washington up the supreme court indicating its willingness to move quickly on the revived Flag burning Issue ordered Friday that Legal documents in two cases be filed by March 26. The court s action came on a motion by the Justice department for quot expedited review of the constitutionality of the Flag Protection act of 1969 a passed by Congress last year to reverse a High court ruling. In a Brief order Friday the court said that written arguments on the Case should be received by the court before noon March 26. That would enable the court to decide the Case before its summer recess assuming the justices agree to hear it. However the court gave no other indication of its intentions and the Case could be put off until the 1990-1991 term beginning in october. The court also could simply affirm court rulings that struck Down the Law without granting Oral arguments. Federal judges in both Seattle and Washington have thrown out cases of people charge under the Law citing last years 5-4 supreme court ruling in a Case from Texas that burning the Flag As a political protest is protected by the first amendment guarantee of free speech. When the High court ruled in that Case last june president Bush began a push for a constitutional amendment to protect the Flag. Instead Congress passed the new Law despite arguments from Bush and others that any such Law would be struck Down. Poindexter aide testifies White House left gaps in scandal chronologies Washington up there was an obvious Gap in false White House chronologies about secret Reagan administration arms sales to Iran a former assistant to John Poindexter testified Friday at Poindexter a Iran Contra trial. Ronald Sable who was in charge of National Security Council congressional relations under Poindexter a command in 1966, said he saw an immediate problem with the chronologies. They Are a key part of the Case against Poindexter. Quot the problem As i saw it a Sable testified was quot what i called a the he said the chronologies showed Ronald Reagan saying in october 1985 that no arms had been traded for hostages a but then there was a presidential quot finding in january 1966 authorizing arms transfers to Iran. The january quot finding was a new version of a previous document signed by Reagan that explicitly linked the secret arms sales to release of the hostages. Poindexter 53, is accused of five felony counts of lying to Congress and obstructing its investigation of the scandal by destroying documents and withholding information. Retired Marine it. Col. Oliver North testified earlier that the chronologies were altered at the orders of Robert Mcfarlane a former National Security adviser who had left the government. Although a private citizen he a see scandal Page a-2 v United press International Eric Andorson Cousin of american hostage Terry Anderson holds a photo of the captive newsman during a remembrance rally in Lafayette Park in Washington . Friday. Family of american hostage Marks fifth year of Captivity Beirut Lebanon up the family of american hostage Terry Anderson marked the fifth anniversary of his capture with published messages of support Friday including one from the 4-year-old daughter he has never seen who said quot i love you daddy. Come Home please come there was no indication from his moslem fundamentalist captors whether Anderson the longest held Western hostage in Lebanon would be allowed to read or View the messages from his family which were published in the Independent an Nahar newspaper and broadcast on lebanese television. Quot i am always wondering if you have Ever been Able to read the letters sent to you. Or even if they were read to you to let you know How much we love you and How difficult life is without you a Madeline Bassil Andersons wife wrote in a letter published in an Nahar. Anderson the chief Middle East correspondent for the associated press has never seen his 4-year-old daughter Salome. Referring to a videotape of the daughter to be shown on television in Lebanon Friday night Bassil said quot will you be Able to see it to pretend she is talking to you a Anderson was kidnapped March 16, 1985, a Day after he interviewed sheikh Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah the spiritual Leader of the pro iranian Hezbollah group a Radical shiite organization believed responsible. To dramatize Andersons plight Friday former French hostages in Lebanon Jean Paul Kauffmann and Roger Tuque chained and blindfolded themselves in front of the iranian embassy in Paris. A we have chosen this moment to let people know How Terry Anderson is living at this moment a they declared. Idaho closer to toughest abortion Law Boise Idaho up the most restrictive abortion Bill in the nation moved another step toward becoming Law in Idaho Friday when a state Senate committee sent the measure to the Senate floor for a vote. Following 2 hours of testimony from three constitutional experts on both sides of the Issue the Senate state affairs committee voted 7-4 to Send the Bill to the Senate floor with a quot do pass recommendation. The measure which has already cleared the House would ban abortion As a method of birth control except in cases of rape incest profound fetal deformity or threat to the life or the health of the Mother. The Senate could vote on the Bill As soon As tuesday. Gov. Cecil Andrus has not indicated whether he would sign the Bill if it is passed by the Senate. The National right to life committee said it hoped the Bill would prompt the supreme court to overturn its landmark 1973 Roe is. Wade decision legalizing abortion. But opponents contend the Bill is unconstitutional and would Cost the state up to $1.5 million to defend. Freedom Means Choice a group claiming 10,000 members statewide said its polls show that 63 percent of Idaho voters want women and their families to make decisions about abortion not the legislature. The supreme court last july paved the Way for state Legislatures to pass restrictions on abortion with the Webster v. Reproductive health service inc. Ruling. The decision upheld a series of abortion restrictions in Missouri and has prompted a flood of anti abortion Bills to be introduced to state Legislatures nationwide though few have actually passed. Inside Index almanac. A-16 Bridge. .a-15 classified ads .a-9-11 comics. .a-15 crossword. A-15 dear Abby. .a-14 i entertainment ads.a-14 1 Jeane Dixon. .a-15 Kaleidoscope. .a-14 mini Page. .a-13 obituaries. .a-16 religion. A-4-5 sports. A-69 television. .a-14 lottery pick-3. .052 pick-4. .5071

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