The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 20, 1991 · Page 9
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 9

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A-10World THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Sunday, October 20, 1991 Reagan knew, North claims in book 4 Nicaragua, but also that he approved it In an excerpt published this week in Time magazine, North suggested that the notorious c LSpP.ltate As Qno Of k. THE WASHINGTON POST WASHINGTON - Oliver North, in a new book called Under Fire, says he is now convinced that Ronald Reagan "knew everything" about the arms-for-hostages deal with Iran when he was president and that the White House began an elaborate coverup to protect him several weeks before the scandal broke in 1986. North accused Reagan of being untruthful in his memoirs and said he has no doubt that the former president was not only fully aware of the diversion of Iranian arms sales profits to the Contra rebels in known about and approved." The former White House aide offers no hard evidence to support his assertions about Reagan, but instead tries to build a circumstantial case, including details about previously undisclosed attempts to get him to exonerate the president. Reagan's office in California did not respond to phone calls Saturday. The 446-page book, written in tight secrecy with William Novak, is being published by HarperCollins and is expected in bookstores by the end of the week. viwub uijii.t. til iiiiii.iiinn North Newsweek January 21, 1991 "diversion" was itself a "diversion," made public to draw attention away from "what else the President and his top advisers had m Fifth-n. Israel receives word on death of serviceman Sated pn's Bfealffaf! est jj the sing , r brinks ntne it States. erican hi.. Two weeks later, British hostage Jack Mann was freed despite claims by some Shiite leaders that Israel had not done enough to warrant the release of another Westerner. But Israel countered that it had not received sufficient information about Fink. Uri Lubrani, Israel's chief hostage negotiator, said earlier this month that no more Arab detainees would be released until that information came. Shiite extremists in Lebanon hold five Americans, a Briton, two Germans and an Italian. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JERUSALEM Israel said Saturday it has received solid information that one of its five servicemen missing in Lebanon is dead, a potential breakthrough in efforts to gain the release of Western hostages in Lebanon. The hostage-takers have said they would be willing to swap the nine Westerners for up to 300 Shiites held by Israel and its proxy army in Lebanon. Israel has said it wants word on its missing soldiers before releasing the Shiites. The development came a day after Shiite kidnappers insisted that Israel free more Arab prisoners. The Defense Ministry disclosed Saturday that it had been told in recent days that soldier Yossi Fink was dead. Lebanese guerrillas captured Fink and serviceman Raham-im Alsheikh in 1986. After Israel received proof that Alsheikh was dead, it freed 51 prisoners and returned the bodies of nine guerrillas on Sept. 11. On Sept. 13, the body of Sgt. Samir Assad, an Israeli solider kidnapped in Lebanon in 1983, was returned to the Jewish state. is the tan 1? Bfci... run vciy in tnu Cincinnati Post, citing Financial World Magazine First Boston May 7, 1991 August J, w ASolidBankOfReasonsToOpen A Fifth Third Checking Account. Before opening a checking account just anywhere, consider i-'-- - : gj xperience the Excellence wnai ine exPens say aroui me sirengin ana siaDiniy oi Vjl.YI Fifth Third Rasirallv ;nunH manaopmpnt and PYrellenr rr-:z" i . v o i ''20maMJi , ? cubiomer service nave maae us one oi me nation s strongest banks. Afe at Fifth Third are proud of the steady and successful course we've held over the years. 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