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2A The Herald-Palladium, Benton Harbor-St. Joseph, Michigan Wednesday. April 18. 1990 NEWS DIGEST Soviets, Cuba ink agreements MEXICO CITY (AP) - Cuba and the Soviet Union signed agree- merits Tuesday calling for an 8.7 percent increase in trade and no cuts in Cuba's important sugar ex- ports, the official news agency Pre- nsa Latina reported. Prensa Latina said in a dispatch monitored in Mexico City that the agreements call for about $14.2 bil- lion in trade this year between the two nations. Previous trade figures were not given. Cuban Vice President Rafael Ro- driguez told the official Cuban news service that the agreements sigiiuy sii auvaucc uiu vuusuuua- 6vw viv v auunvts wiu tion of relations." thunders howers Friday. Dry and mild for the weekend. Highs mid Italian police )s to mid 60s Friday and Sunday -.. a and in the 50s Saturday. Lows mid rescue kidnapped girl 30s to lower 4os. ROME (AP) A police SWAT WEATHER PICTURE team burst into a seaside hideout The highest temperature rein northern Italy Tuesday night ported Tuesday in Michigan was 43 and freed the 8-year-old. daughter at Detroit of a leading sportswear manufac- The low was 21 at Marquette, hirer, ending a 78-day kidnapping The normal high temperature for ordeal that touched all of Italy. April 18 in Detroit is 59. The low is Officials said Patrizia Tacchella 36. was. in good condition and was be- The record high for this date in ing reunited with her" parents in Detroit was 84 set in 1976. The re- veruna. iiuve uuuauuen were or-. rested. Authorities said members of an elite police commando unit stormed the kidnappers' villa In Santa Margherita Iigure, a small town near Genoa on Italy's fashion- able Ligurian coast Drug cartels torn over violence - BOGOTA Colombia . (AP) - Co- lombia's top generals said one of the world's most powerful cocaine cartels is. being torn apart in a dis-' pute over its use of violence to in- timidate the government on Tuesday, the chief of the country's secret police. Gen. Mi- guel Maza, said sVme of the car- tel's leaders are opposed to the organization's campaign of killings and bombings in the belief that the violence is making the government more resolute in its fight against the drug trade . President Vlrgilio Barco ordered a government Crackdown on the traffickers in August. " XJNESC officials regret UJS. decision UNITED NATIONS (AP) - Offi- cials of the U.N. Educational, Sci- entific and Cultural Organization on Tuesday expressed regret at the US. decision not to rejoin and said a State Department report critical of UOTn um cnucaioi uniu was untaj. Fedenco Mayor, UNESCO's di- rector-general based in Paris, said in a statement issued at the United Nations that the U S. report "failed to take acount of the changes in program which have already taken P,ace " ,,BlPidSs withdrew?onl UNESCO; in 1984, accusing it of waste, mismanagement, anu-West- ern bias and a trend toward re- stncung freedom of the press. Contra leaders ease Sandinista demands .,. .. . , MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) -Contra rebel leaders have soft- ened demands the Sandinista army be dismantled before they disband, but it remains unclear whether agreement can be reached by the time the new government takes of- Bce- bombings last year, compared with A top aide to Presidentelect Vio- 122 in 1988. leta Barrios de Chamorro said af- One of the worst incidents of ter- ter talks late Tuesday mvolving the rorism was in December 1988, Contras and the Sandinistas that when a bomb said to be concealed the possibility of Nicaraguans fi- as a radio felled Pan AM Flight 103 jially living in peace is "enormous." over Lockerbie, Scotland. All 259 The Sandinistas, defeated at the people on board, as well as 11 peo- polls in February, had predicted a pie on the ground, were killed, fresh outbreak of fighting unless the thousands of Contra fighters' Cuba escalating who have since flooded into the . country from Honduras lay down Signal jamming their arms. ' MIAMI (AP) Cuba, escalating Now's The Time To Discover Volume 105, Number 92 3450 HOllVWOOd Road" Snhcrrinttan SArvira P.O. BOX 128 - HOME DELIVERY RATES ' Telephone (616) 429-2400 mail subscription rates Toll free 1-800.3S6.4262 Whr Hem DHtmy It not avaiKoK. In Btnten. Cm, ; . iwii suu m . Aoii and Vw turn Ccuwllt.,..;..,:.;;;,.i..t.78 m , AllOtnerMail .......$2.00 week Man suDawipiiona ara payama m advance. Foreign man - The re'es upon request. - (m Aiiriir ' For change ot acMresa, tend form 3579 to P.O. Box 12S. V. Cj Bureau St. Jotepn, Ml S085. . Delivery Service ' a,iA - " you " not received your Herald-Palladium by S p.m., i . . - nonaries k. vastier - leteorione our euoacriDer aervlce repreeentativa at 429- ' Publisher and General Manager : : 2oo or to tree 100-356-4262 before e p.m. Monday trwuugh Saturday. Craig Swanson General Editor The Herald-Palladium publlthed daily except Sundays I ' ' - and holidays at P.O. Box 128, 3450 Hollywood Road, St. 1 !..-,. n rA. eAii ' Joseph. Michiaan. 49085. la a consolirJaiion o) The Herald. j ..: wwH)jia , ; , Prass and The Newt-Palladium, and it especlaHy devoted Advertising Manager lo Interests at Soutmmtsm Michigan. Entered tor second i . , ciess postage at St Joseph, Michigan (USPS 387-440). Allan AmiSiuIii Member ot Th Associated Pratt, The Audit Bureau of Of ..t V,en MOOUWin ; s culwons, AlTierk hpsper Publishers Assocation and , ' Circulation Manager ' Michigan Press Association. '", . . . The adveniser agrees that the publisher Shan not be liable KanOy snow for damages arising out ol errora m advenisementt beyond Ht.H ACCOuntriQ Manaaer nount paid tor the tpaca actually occupied by th . ' u portion o( the aovemsmsnt m which the error occured. . ..... whether such error la due to the negligence ol the pub- Lany J. Hall ksher or his iecesentlves, arl there snt be no liabilrty ' -.Composing Manager SLdXa'advS Kenneth Elston ' Press Fereman ., . , WEATHER By The Associated Press SOUTHWESTERN MICHIGAN Tonight clear. Low in the lower to mid 30s. Light southwest wind, Thursday partly sunny, breezy and warm. High in the lower to mid 60s, except cooler near lake michi- gan. LAKE MICHIGAN Tonight south winds increasing to 25 to 35 knots. Partly cloudy, Waves increasing to 4 to 9 feet Thursday south winds 25 to 35 knots. Chance of showers. Waves 4 to 9 feet EXTENDED FORECAST Lower Peninsula -.. - - ....... The sun sets today at 8:18 p.m. EDT ami rises Thursday at 6:47 am. EDT. tih JSSTIJ'bSt "d ' hluacouh JuST It AUaslicCir 1i .11 dr S S 3 2 V S fi t ChariestonC tS 51 dr m - - . . ,, .mr COUIT tellS IMKU o reauire training "f! , WASHINGTON (AP) - The Nu- dear Regulatory Commission must set , UP training requirements for nu:,ear Pwer 0jersi a fed" er' aP1?0" sd Juf , T-he u ,S. Circu,t Court of Appeals said the NRC had circumvented a clffj deaJ, Wast f011 Act The fued a pol- ,cv statement , 1985 that encour- ages, but does not compel, nuclear plant operators to create training programs. The NRC concluded that the best to 8 dvaian nuclear power Pants to improve training was to create amodel training ; code and KrtMnS'fn .S&DrSiS" ren """"S procures, Public Citizen, a group founded by h Naderi fii iaWSUits in 1986 . Z"7u2 aJJ8, chaUengmg m,fNRC 8 ap" Tormricr artitrittoc - ierronsi acilvlues Up by 17 percent CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) The number of terrorist acts around , world rose 17 percent to 4,368 year . and it oniy get worse me FBI's chief bomb technician Tuesday at a conference on Wrhe Snumbers just keep going up and we don't anything that's going to negate that trend," including multimillion-dollar bomb detection systems, said Robert Quigiey, the head of the agency's Bomb Data Center . Tne number of incidents last vear up from 334 m 1988, Quigiey said. There were 1,930 The Accu-Weather forecast for noon, Thursday, April 1 9. Lines show high FRONTS: COLD . WAAW STATIONARY JL 70 7n 50 " E3 IS E3 E3 B O & dZl HUH SOW aMOWEW Mm MTORMt AuWkE SHOW KX tUfWY PT. OJOUOt CLOUOT SI st n M 54 a 34 si at St M 7 SJ at t7 S si a 71 St ft 44 71 S7 n n S7 44 11 U a 44 tl ST as 4S at si 44 27 SI 41 SJ 17 W as as 4S tl ts 4t 34 SI M tl 54 St 41 M St St It St dr dr ConconiN.a Data-Fl Worth Denver Dct IMnes Flscstaf GfecnsbonxN.C. JS edy .Itf eh-J7 cd M dr ea ra ea cdjf J edy edy as dr Jt dr ea M n edy edy 01 dr edy J4 edy .14 dr jM edy JS dr .11 dr edy edy lOtv UsVegas Little Rock Lea Angrlrt Monai Beach MidhndOdessa MpbStPaul Natavile 1 NewOriaarit New York Car NoriofltVa. North Platte i a Portlandjian PaWtaWattjOni Raldth Rapid Cajr 2L its resistance to U.S. government-sponsored broadcasting, jammed Radio Marti early Tuesday for the first time since TV Marti went on the air. Cuba continued to jam the late-night test signal of TV Marti, which began broadcasting March 27. ' "We're pretty sure they jammed (Radio Marti) just during the time TV Marti was on the air," said Antonio Navarro, acting director of both services for the Voice of America. The Cuban government has said that TV Marti, its signal sent from an antenna aboard a balloon off the south Florida coast, constitutes an aggressive action and violates Cuban sovereignty. j More teachers join protest in Oklahoma OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Hundreds more Oklahoma teachers were called to picket lines today in a protest over the Legislature's failure to pass a $230 million education package that includes pay raises. ; . "We're hearing from more and more schools that are going to be closed the rest of the week," state Education Secretary Sandy Garrett said Tuesday. Since Monday, teachers have been walking picket lines and lobbying legislators at-the Capitol for more school money. The Oklahoma Education Association, the union that called the walkout, said about 20,000 teachers, or 60 percent of the state teaching force, were off the job Tuesday. That's about 4,000 more than the first day of the strike. Ms. Garrett estimated the walkout has affected about 60 percent, MEW Unique Floral: Gift Designs 313 Main St.. Suite "Outback" St. Joseph 983-0002 -TROOSTBROS.N ort.jrwrH Redecorate with style! Yinir inn at fnntahlr iviktunHing aimwory! . AREA RUG SALE-SAVE UP TO 40 Save 25 to 40 during our Best Homes Area Rug Sale REG. SALE 4x6 $209.00 $199.00 6x9 $529.00 $369.00 9x12 $799.00 $599.00 Corner of State & Broad 983-1588 temperatures. C1990 Accu-Weather. Inc n st as dr 73 S4 jts edy S3 4 ts edy H SI edy 7 H .02 edy tt 57 J7 dr 14 54 jOI edy It 73 edy SI 44 ra 31 17 m cast S3 .IS ra 77 SI edy S3 It edy 71 41 edy 45 Jt .M dr It M cay SI 34 Jl " ra ft M edy 57 41 Jl ra 73 4t .12 dr S3 4 ra 57 M .4 dr St Lome SeMlakegty vSaaAatone SaaDiegs SaaJiaaJ?JL . SentaFe St Ste Marie SeaUle Syracuse Taaape&Ptnbg Topeka Tueaoa Tnlsa WastingtanJ.C Wilkes-Bam WihoingteaJM. tt Jl dr Nauonil Terticeratare Extremes tor Tuesdsy nffLmX at ureoa, lesaa Low-M at Vatentm, Ne. . TEMPERATURES Readings Tne. noon to Wed. tun.: 12n. 35 12m. .,.24 3 p.m. 36 3 a.m. 23 ( p.m. 34 6 a.m. ......22 High, 38 at 1 pjMLi Low, 22 at 6 i or 343,200, of the state's 572,000 students. Activists gear up after abortion veto CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Activists on both sides of the abortion issue looked to the fall legislative elections after the state House failed to override Gov. Judd Gregg's veto of an abortion rights bill he said was too liberal. "This is neither a beginning nor an ending," Democratic Rep. Peter Burling, the bill's prime sponsor, said Tuesday. "We will go from here, and where we' go from here .is directly into the campaigns in the fall" '- Representatives Tuesday voted 215-157 in favor of the bill, which allowed unrestricted abortions until a woman's doctor determined the -fetus could survive outside the womb. But the vote was 33 short of the two-thirds margin needed, j To feel great, start with . jocKey underwear. doue S17 Bread St (j St. Joseph. M3-J005 I" Ttlurt. t:3M Mon.-Sat. 9:304 rcadvfor planting now Stthine Perennial Gardens between HoDywood ft CJcvttlaad at 1251 W Hlnchmaa near Bareda, MI 7darsrifio-eni hb Ansa' larftat aclactioa EYEWEAR STYLE SHOW -- i to a liira awuiaar ctvlo Ruling tells judges to observe guidelines LANSING, Mich. (AP) - The Michigan Court of Appeals has told judges to strictly follow the mandatory minimum sentences for drug dealers and to give lesser penalties only in exceptional cases. The court, in a ruling released Tuesday, said lesser sentences may be imposed only if objective factors such as the defendant's age, prior record and work history make the mandatory minimum clearly inappropriate. The ruling - reversed the - sentences given by Detroit Recorder's Court Judge Dominick R Carno-vale to three people 'convicted of drug charges, and ordered him to resentence them within the mandatory minimuras. High school teacher faces tax charges GRAND RAPIDS, Mich, CAP) -A high school business teacher whom authorities say moonlights as a tax consultant pleaded innocent to 25 counts of aiding clients in preparing bogus income tax returns. Dorothy McDaniel May, who teaches at Muskegon Heights High School, was arraigned in federal court here Monday. She was released on a $15,000 unsecured bond pending a pretrial conference April 26. UJS. Magistrate Joseph Scoville ordered her not to work on "anyone's tax return other than your own" until the case is resolved. . Nazi ft Japanes war souvenirs. Wantd by private licansad collector. All types. Will nay $30 to $10,000 cash. Call Thursday or Friday ONLY Mr. Drydon 616-925-3C30 Get a Taste of the Pulse of Progress ... Where Great Expectations Are Met ... A GALA DESSERT-FEST FOR REGISTERED NURSES Sunday, April 22, 1990, 3-5 p.m. (MI time) NEW MEDICO HEAD INJURY SYSTEM at . -A Si ( y s. snow. Receive a free personal. : ' consultalionitmaTura 'Tnv eyewear professional and see ; . , the difference! j K K Thursday, April 19th, 1920, , N 3:00 - 7:00 PM. rmlly Vision Associates A 2904 Division St. Dra.Slsson, . ' St Joseph, MI V ' tV-' 183-2020 V'T&S!!Iir' N. f OpMhalim)it Missing man sought , in wife's slaying COLDWATER, Mich. (AP) - A first-degree murder warrant was issued for the missing husband of high school guidance counselor found dead alongside a gravel road. Branch County Sgt Barry Gatke aid authorities believe Dennis Depue, 46, is no longer in (he state. The felony warrant was issued Monday against Depue, one day after the woman was reported missing. Marilynn Depue, 48, allegedly fought with Depue when he came to her house to get their 1 1-year-old son Sunday. Police found Mrs. Depue's body Monday in a wooded area about 15 feet off a gravel road, police said ; Judge to decide prison classes case JACKSON, Mich. (AP) - A VS. District Court judge said - he will decide by May 8 whether to demand that community college classes at Southern Michigan Prison continue being offered. The inmates contend they are entitled to the classes, but Gov. James J. Blanchard and Department of Corrections officials say the courses : are too costly, The classes cost about $3 million a year "Obviously, if we Cut the college program, we've got to find something for these people to do," said Warden John Jabe. j Corrections officials and Blanchard in March ordered the elimination of community college classes. - ' 0)U t ) ? VISITORS HOSPITAL 15198 N. Main Street Buchanan, MI 49107 We'd like to get to know you better and discuss NURSING OPPORTUNITIES at Visitors Hospital. Please join us for our Open House on April 22, 1990 for our Gala Dessert-Fest. We'll also have a'; short introductory program and" tours of the hospital. To reserve your place in the buffet line, please call: Renea Dickey, Personnel Manager Visitors Hospital . 15198 N. Main Street Buchanan, Ml 49107 (616) 695-0291, Ext. 13

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