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Page 12 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Monday, March 21, 1988 Contra Aid: Reagan wants to give rebels help 7.H«ppyAd> WASHINGTON <AP) - The Reagan administration is indicating support for a new congressional plan to send military aid to the Contra rebels even as supporters of the package said today there may be no more Nicaraguan troops in Honduras. "They seem to be pulling back across the border," Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman David Boren said of 1,500 Sandinista troops that the administration says crossed into Honduras last week in pursuit of the Contras. "In fact, they may now all be out," Boren, D-Okla., said on ABC-TV's "Good Morning America." "I think our show of strength helped the situation." Secretary of State George Shultz, offering the administration's first comment on the Contra aid proposal put together last week by Boren and several other senators, said Sunday that it "should go forward." Commenting on NBC-TV's "Meet the Press," he said the package was "a little low on money" but under study by the administration. Boren said he was "amazed that there hasn't already been more action" in advancing the plan. However, Rep. Lee Hamilton, D-Ind., a senior member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and an opponent of further military aid to the Contras, said today that a favorable vote in the Mouse is much more problematic. "The events of last week probably enhanced the possibility of some kind of aid package moving forward," Hamilton said on the same ABC-TV show. "But there are a lot of obstacles to overcome. It's very had to predict at this point." The $48 million plan, which would permit the delivery of as much as $2.5 million of previously authorized arms and ammunition, was proposed Friday by a bipartisan group of senators in the wake of President Reagan's decision to airlift more than 3,100 U.S. troops to Honduras. Reagan dispatched the troops Wednesday after Nicaragua's leftist government mounted an offensive against Contra rebels along the Honduran border. Administration officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Reagan could express support for the new aid plan, perhaps as soon as today. "It's his last-ditch effort," said one aide. "It seems like this is the administration's bill," added another administration official. "We're encouraged, because there's many points in it we like." But some in Congress say the administration, if it chooses to back a new Contra aid request, must confront doubts about the seriousness of the border clash and perhaps even a backlash in Congress prompted by the sudden airlift of troops. "There is ... a very serious lack of full trust here, which goes back many years," said House Majority Leader Thomas Foley, appearing on CNN's "Newsmaker Sunday." Reagan's national security adviser, Lt. Gen. Colin Powell, denied Sunday that he had misled Congress when he briefed lawmakers Wednesday. He acknowledged, however, that he had failed to mention Reagan's decision in principle to send troops to Honduras if President Jose Azcona requested them. "We did not go into the specific options because we did not want it all over the newspapers," Powell said during an appearance on ABC-TV's ' 'This Week with David Brinkley." CLASSIFIED DEADLINES Tuesday thru Friday ads must be placed by 3:00 pm, the day before publication. Sunday ads must be placed before 3:00 p.m. Friday. Monday ads must be placed by 11:00a,m. Saturday. CHECK YOUR COPY In case of error, please notify us at once. Corrections or cancellations accepted until 3 p.m. dally for next day's publication. The Pharos-Tribune will be responsible (or one Incorrect Insertion only. We reserve the right to edit, classify, reject or discontinue any advertisement. 38. Houam 3 bedroom, 2 story, hardwood floors, 1 off-street parking apace. No yard. Close downtown location, on Broadway. Prefer no children. No pets. References required. $200/month. 722-1518, 722-3893. 5-room house. Deposit required. No pets. Call 722-1123 or 7362971. •B14W.BROADWAY- 2 bedrooms, wall-to-wall carpet, drapes 4 curtains furnished. Washer & dryer hook-up. Gas heal. $2SO/mo. $100 deposit & reference. Wifl Interview prospective tenants Friday, March 18th. The day of household furniture sale. Thereafter; call 753-6351, ask for Bill McCune. ANNOUNCEMENTS 10. Spoctal Notices DJESEL TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING SCHOOL Hwy 151, Sun Prairie, Wl 53590, Acciooe Call for Info, at 1-800-332-SEMI. INDIVIDUAL MARRIAGE 4 FAMILY THERAPY For appointment: 219-583-4526 Joan Phelps, Counselor. 13. Personals Give yourself the gift of love. Call Matchmaker International, 317~«97-DATE. I would like to meet an honest, sincere gentleman In his 70's or early 80's. Companionship? Reply: Box A-487 c/o Pharos- Tribune. Salvadoran Elections Go On Despite Threats Of Violence SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) Salvadorans voted for national legislators and municipal officials in an election made difficult by guerrillas trying to overthrow the U.S.-backed government. Official results from Sunday's voting were not •expected until Tuesday. But the rightist opposition party Arena claimed victory in one of the most important races — the mayoralty of San Salvador. Arena late Sunday claimed its candidate, Armando Calderon Sol, won the mayor's race in San Salvador, home to 1.5 million of the country's estimated 5 million inhabitants. If true, the defeat would be a telling blow to the Christian Democrats, who have held the post since 1964. It would be especially bitter since the Christian Democratic candidate is Alejandro Duarte, the son of President Jose Napoleon Duarte. The Christian Democrats had no immediate response to the claim. In a bid to disrupt the election, guerrillas blew up electrical lines, cutting energy to much of the country Saturday night. However, little violence was reported during the election Sunday, apart from rural skirmishes in the central part of the country. No casualties were immediately reported. Today was the first day since Friday that Salvadorans could expect normal transport. The Marxist-led Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front, an alliance of five guerrilla armies, lifted its 3-day-old road travel ban as of midnight Sunday. The rebels had termed the election "a farce" and called for a boycott. "To vote is a duty, the way we demonstrate we are Salvadoran citizens," said Pablo Castellano, a 38-year-old peasant farmer in Nejapa, 10 miles north of San Salvador. He had walked 10 miles in the blazing sun to cast his ballot. About 80 percent of the country awakened Sunday without electricity. The guerrillas announced they had blown up 100 utility posts or high tension towers Saturday night. Power was returning gradually to some regions by today. The transport ban drastically reduced traffic nationwide. Some pickup trucks, army trucks and state owned buses ferried people to polling stations. But legions of people literally voted with their feet by walking to polls. The guerrillas had warned polling places would be considered "military objectives" because of the wide deployment of soldiers to provide election security. The rebels contended the elections were illegitimate because they were held in wartime. They had stepped up urban violence in the 10 days prior to the voting. Three car bombs exploded in San Salvador, wounding three people. There were 1.6 million registered voters for Sunday's balloting. Because of the boycott call, turnout was considered especially significant. Though no official figures were available, turnout appeared about equal to or slightly less than that of 1985, when the previous legislative elections were held. 16. Lost and Found LOST: Beige, long-haired kitty. REWARDI 753^597. LOST: Male Tabby cat, black, grey & brown w/white feet. Named Precious. Lost In area of Wheatland & Plum. RE- WARDI753-3411 or 753-7483. RENTALS 23. Business Property EXCELLENT DOWNTOWN Retail or Office apace. 722-1518 or 722-3993. RETAIL/OFFICE Space Available. Good downtown location. 722-1518, 722-3993. 29. Mobile Homes FOR RENT OR SALE: No petsl 10x60 Sabre 1 bedroom and utility. Newly remodeled. 7226914 after 5pm. 2 bedroom mobile home. In country close to town. Call 75342S3. 35. Resort Properly MOVE IN TODAY! Sharp 2 BR on river In Montlcello. Deck, dock garage. Year around McDermld Realty 219-583-4797. — .._ .-;?__!_ 38. Houses AVAILABLE APRIL 1: 3 bedroom house with full base ment; workshop, large fenced In yard. J32S/monlh w/depostt 218-852-2791. Cozy, freshly painted, 3 bedroom house w/central air, «25/ month. DEPOSIT REQUIRED. Call 722-5505. Excellent eastond location Brick 3 bedroom, 2 baths, 2 car attached garage. C/A. No pets. t575fmonth. 722-1518,722-3993. HOUSE FOR RENT OR CONTRACT SALE: 3 bedrooms, utility hook-up. »190 monthly, $150 damage deposit. 7S3-43S1. Crowd Kills Robbery Suspect HOUSE FOR RENT: Lower, 1 bedroom. New windows, paint. Carport. (250/mo. 753-2541. Insulated, 1 bedroom, $150 plus utilities, $100 deposit. 753-2618, NEW YORK (AP) — A suspected drug addict accused of snatching $20 from a woman in a bakery was beaten to death by an angry mob that responded to her pleas for help, polios said. Residents of nearby buildings watching the chase from their windows yelled encouragement as the man was pummeled Sunday, reflecting their growing hostility to the street crime and crack dealers in the neighborhood, police said. The crowd of more than a dozen people used sticks and their bare hands to beat the man, identified by police as Raymondo Carraballo, 41, of Manhattan. One man grabbed a garbage can and banged it down on the man's chest as he lay on the sidewalk and then others used the can to hit him again and again, said Sgt. Ed Burns, a police spokesman. Police have ruled the death a homicide and are looking for the attackers. While CarrabaJlo was being beaten, two Housing Authority police officers rescued him and placed him in a police car. which took him to Housing Authority headquarters, Burns said. From there an ambulance took Carraballo to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he lost consciousness and died Sunday evening, Burns said. An autopsy was scheduled. The beating took place in front of the Jefferson Houses, a public housing project in the East Harlem section around the corner from the Capri Bakery, where the suspect grabbed $20 from 21-year-old Anna Beteran, Burns said. As Carraballo ran out of the store, Beteran and her unidentified sister-in-law chased him and yelled at a group of passers-by that he had stolen her money. The crowd chased Carraballo and caught him around the corner. Between 15 and 20 people joined the pursuit, but it was unclear how many actually took part in the beating, Burns said. Burns said Carraballo had no previous criminal record, but apparently was a drug addict. "His arms were covered with needle tracks," he said. Very nice 2 bedroom country home. 10 miles South. Gas heat. S200/month. Adults only. No pets please. References & deposit. 859-3100. 1 bedroom. Water and sewage furnished, J150/mo. 7534647 alter 5pm. 1030 20th Street, Corner lot. 2 bedroom, newly remodeled, extra nice, new carpeting, stove and refrigerator (urnlshed, garage. No pets. References required. KKImo. Phone 722-4744 before 5pm, 753-8904 after 5pm. 41. Unfurnished Apart. Applications now being taken for beautiful 1 bedroom apartments. Fully carpeted. Central air. Gas heat furnished. Call 7S3-5724 lor Information. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. PINECREST MANOR APARTMENTS. 601 PINE COURT, LOGANSPORT, IN. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY- 2 bedroom upper, LR, garage. $18S/mo. plus utilities. References & deposit required. 722-4560, between 9am-5pm. Clean 1 & 2 bedroom apartments. Appliances, water furnished. 426 & 428 Helm Street; S160 & 1175. 753-4368 or 626-2260 evenings a weekends. Could be furnished. 2 bedroom apartment. Heat, water, sewage, stove, refrigerator furnished. 753-5524,722-4399. Deluxe 1 bedroom apt., High SI. & Nottingham Way. Appliances, CA, gas heat, laundry facilities and pool. 722-4380, evenings 753-2481. EXTRA NICE 4 rooms and bath. Stove, refrigerator, water and sewage furnished. Off-street parking. Adults, no pets. 7537356; after 4pm 753-6127. IN LOGANSPORT, 1 bedroom, downstairs, unfurnished apartment. 219-643-2915. Large, 1 bedroom with central air conditioning. Water, sewage, atove, refrigerator, fireplace. Gas heat. 219-652-2695. Large upper 1 bedroom. $185 plus utilities. Deposit. No pets. 753-3871. Inquire at 2029 E. Market. Large, 5 room lower apartment near downtown. All utilities furnished except electric, $250. 219-278-7087. Nicely decorated, 2 bedroom; stove, refrigerator, heat furnished. 753-4322. NOW LEASING 1-2 Bedroom Apts. ROYAL CENTER APARTMENTS S.R.18W. Phone 643-9332 Deposit Required. Equal Housing Opportunity Small 2 bedroom upper. Carpeted, stove and refrlgera- lor furnished. Garage. 722-1580. SUNNY 1-2 bedroom apartment. Heat, hot water paid. Ideal location. Call 722-8226after 3:00, Sunday all day. Upper, 2 bedroom, all utilities furnished. Hud approved, EEI River Ave., $325 month. 722- Upper 4 rooms and bath. Stove, refrigerator, water and sewage furnished. No petsl Adults. $17S/mo., $100 deposit. Call 753-0224 after 5pm. 1 & 2 bedroom upstairs apartments available. Heaf, water & sewage furnished. 722-1518 or 722-3993. 2 bedroom apartment in Walton Woods, close to schools. $190/mo. plus $100 damage deposit. 21»926-2715. 4Vi rooms, upper; adults, no pets. 1108 E.Broadway. 41. Unfurnished Apart. Very nice, 1 bedroom lower, appliances, AC, water & sewage Included, 753-5533 or leave message. ~ ' EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS MEADOWOODAPTE. 1320 Smith St. 722-2055 44. Furnished Apart. Bachelor, efficiency apartment, private entrance, garage, carpeted. Heat, water furnished only. No pets. Eastend. Deposit. Call 7534623 after 3:15pm weekdays. ____ Carleton 7^.~i~~ 1538. Clean 3 rooms, bath, utilities paid. No pets. Deposit. 7378098. _______ Large 3 room upper, Utilities furnished. Deposit, no petsl 722-1 123 or 735-2971. ___ _ Nice, 2 bedroom lower, clean, deposit, no pets. 753-3732 after 6pm. Nice 1 bedroom, good location, partial utilities, no pels. 7533732 after 8pm. _______ Nice 3 room upper, all utilities except electric furnished. No pets. 753401 5. _____ Small, attractive upstairs apartment In Royal Center, $125/month. Call 219-643-3320. 1 bedroom upper, carpeted, utilities furnished. Off street parking. 722-1580. ____ 1 bedroom upper or lower apartments available. Heat, water & sewage furnished. 722-1518 or 722-3993. 1 bedroom, stove 4 refrigerator, $175 plus utilities, $100 deposit. 753-2818^ 3 room apartment, private entrance, heat, water, sewage, cable furnished. Newly redecorated, queen size bed. 722-S786. 3 rooms, bath, utilities RAYL, 631 Race. 753-571D. paid. 47. Rooms For Rent Large, fully carpeted, warm, comfortafile bedroom, television. 709 North St. 50. Wanted To Rent House and small farm. About 5 acres. Fertile sandy soil. Irrigation water. Near Logansport. CaJM513J444-2397. Small house or lower apartment: Bedroom, LR, DR, kitchen, stove, refrigerator, shower, washer and dryer hook-up, 737-7570. REAL ESTATE 73. Houses For Sale AGENT 'REALTY Rosa Hartle, Broker irajE^Broadway _ JT22-2194 BRICK' RANCa 3~~Deo7oomYr2 baths, DR, utility room, garage, C/A, deck. Nice area. June possession. High SO's. 219722-2786. BROKERAGE HOUSE PlTne 722-41 18 kitchen, dining room, living room, utility room, bath, 1 car flarage, corner lot. 219-628-4348 or 626-41 44. B7oWNERrLarg"edou'blfl, separate utilities, HUD approved. Zoned business and residential, or live In one side, rent the other. $31 ,500 or make oiler 2t*.753-5fi5e._ ...... CENTURY 21 "" Tho Property Shop 96 E L Mark,jt_ 722-2455 " " DAVE HIRT REALTY Royal Center _Phpne_6«-e515 or722-1733 FOR" SALE" W~ W^MAC: 2 bedroom house. Large kitchen, finished basement, attached garage. Newly sided and roofed. Call 219-946-6W4 afier 5pm and weekends. FOR SALE: Semi-modern home in Macy. 3 car garage. {18,000. Will nngotlats. 317-457-2F,52. 30VT Seized Homes from $1.00, (U Repair). BUY Properties for back TAXES! For Info & Current REPO List, CALL (Refundable) 1-51M5M548 Ext H776, 24HRS. Homestead Realty,Inc. James McCauley, Broker K»j>outh3r<j^ 722-4122 MURPHY REALTY 124-5tn Street ^>one 753-9426 _ Phone 753-2462 PROFESSIONAL APPRAISERS LONG REALTORS 2100 E. Market 722-4844 R E AS 6 N" A~B L Y : " P R i C E D, ', bedroom horns, eas? end Call 2J9-S26-2720. Rinehart Real Estate & Auction. P.O. Box 74, Flora, In 46929 _ You'll do well whan you BUY OR SELL through BOB J-bedroom house or apartmenl In good condition In Daniel Webster dlstricf, 753-4681 after 4pm. REAL ESTATE All real estate advertised in the Pharos-Tribune Is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makeo It Illegal to advertise any preference, llmi- talion or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin or an Intention to make such preference, limitation or discrimination. The Pharos-Tribune will not knowingly accept any advertising lor real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby Informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. REAL ESTATE 55. Real Estate Loans 64. Farms & Farmland Nice Mini Farm. All fenced in. 6 miles SW Logansport. Low jorlce. 652-2274. 70. Mobile Homes NEW LOGANSPORT APARTMENTS 1-2 Bedroom 1-Bedroom Handicap Available Equal Housing Opportunity STARTING $196/Mo 722-5439 Pa7k, 14'x74'. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, AC, new deck. 722-2870 after 8pm. 'A story, two bedroom house with separate garage apartment rental. Low monthly payments with rental Income. $2000 down and assume mortgage. Phone 722-3774 or 722-7263, ask tor Barry. 401 West Miami, Loqansport PRICE REDUCED TO $25,000. :; story, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, DIX. garage, basement, good condition. 21 9-626-9114or 626-2367. OWNER MOVING, MUST SELL. Good starter home or investment property. East end. Two-bedroom, two-story, partial basement. Completely re- modled interior, 1983 New plumbing, bat! 1 , kitchen, carpel, paneling. Full city lot with off-stfeet parking. Sieve, refrigerator included in sale pricp. Sale price well helow appraised value. 722-1571 after 4 p.m. EMPLOYMENT '78. Help Wanted Apply to Pizza Junction ncv*. Need drivers for lull or i;arf- timo work. Must have own v&hicle & Be 13 years or older. Permanent day or night position available. May earn hourly wage, mileage 4 tips Also hiring qualified manager trainee. Please bring in resume. Apply In porson at 7C1 E. Broadway. Please, no calls. "BOYS- GIRLS- Wo have a job *or you scllinvi candy. 722-6005, BEFORE 6PM SELLING YOUR HOUSE Shevardnadze To Talk With Shultz WASHINGTON (AP) - The wars in Nicaragua and Afghanistan cast a shadow over the visit of Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard A. Shevardnadze today even before he opened talks with Secretary of State George P. Shultz. The Reagan administration was set to complain about Soviet military aid to the Nicaraguan government, while Shevardnadze was bound to register Moscow's irritation over the dispatch of .'5,200 American troops to Honduras. "We have quite a few problems," the Soviet foreign minister said on his arrival Sunday for three days of talks with Shultz and a session with President Reagan at the White House. He singled out the situation in Central America as "rather grave and of some serious concern to us." Also, an impasse has developed in negotiations, held in Geneva under United Nations auspices, for the withdrawal of an estimated 120,000 Soviet troops from Afghanistan. Still, the visit may produce a date lor the next superpower summit — speculation centers on late May in Moscow — and some progress toward a treaty to sharply reduce U.S. and Soviet long- range nuclear weapons. The treaty is the projected centerpiece for Reagan's fourth meeting with Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev. But negotiations in Geneva have proceeded slowly. "It's by no means in the bag," Shultz said Sunday of the accord that would reduce by 30 percent to 50 percent the overall arsenals of U.S. and Soviet long-range bombers, missiles and submarines. "It's possible, but we're not going to try to have one just for the sake of a treaty," Shultz said on NBC-TV. "We'll only be willing to go forward; the president will, if it's something we regard as good." Shevardnadze, in a statement on bis arrival at Andrews Air Force Base, outside Washington, said he was optimistic about arranging Reagan's visit. "I think we will be able to decide about the date," he said, then added, "We have to work hard; we have to work intently.'' UST ONE THING WRONG with trtls .large . dford stone home on Riley Road in Delphi. It's not yours! 3 bedrms, 2Vi baths, kitchen, dinette, formal dining rm., living cm., extra large family rm. with wet bar, all on first floor and a 24x29 play rm. In the basement. 2 car attached garage, lots of storage and many extras. This executive home shown by appointment only. No 2822. TREE SHADED ACREAGE WITH POND. US 24 West, appx. 5 acres with a nice 2 bedrm. ranch home, 2 car attached garage. A second 1400 square foot home with storage shed. Priced In the Mid WO's. No. 2823. LIVE AND EARN... Almost 2 acres with a 3 bedrm., 1% story remodeled older home and garage for you and your family plus another building for a business. Part of the area is fenced with chain link. South of Logansport In Carroll County, some highway frontage. Priced in the Mid $30's. No. 2817. ACREAGE ADDX. 8 acres with a 14x60 3 bedrm. mobile home. There are hook-ups for 2 more mobiles on the property. 5 acres are fenced and there Is a stream on the property. Located north OfLakeClcolt.No.2821. THERE'S A LOT OF COMFORT In this 3 bedrm. home In Eastlawn. Tired of car pooling and being a chauffeur- then call today for information on this home. Priced In the Low $30's. No. 2772. SHANKS REALTY Delphi, IN Ph: 317-564-3340 By Gilbert W. Thomas I Realtor YOUR REAl ESTATE INVESTMENT Do you think of yourself as a big-time investor? Even if you don't have thousands in the stock market, you may be a very successful "investor" if you own your own home. Housing has traditionally been a top investment. Even allowing for inflation, in many areas values have increased twice us much as Standard & Poor's index of 500 stocks. Now, if you've done well with your investment, doesn't i1 make sense to protect that equity when you sell? it's smart to list with a real estate broker and get the best price you can. History indicates that sellers who take advantage of professional realty service generally end up with a better price than the do-it-yourselfer does- better enough to cover the commission, in many cases. And there's no hassle about advertising, or staying home to show the property, or dealing with unpleasant strangers. Sell your home the cosy way. List with... BROKERAGE HOUSE CORPORATION 1331 E. Broadway

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