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Page 8 -The Michigan Daily - Friday, April 20, 1990
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One day longer
Eastern machinist Don Hanson prepares to burn a picture of Frank Lorenzo outside the headquarters of his
union yesterday in Miami. Lorenzo was ousted from control of the airlines and a trustee was appointed to run
the struggling carrier. For the machinists, their slogan of lasting "One Day Longer" than Frank Lorenzo seems
to have come true.
Cease-fire accords continue

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MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) -1
Nine years of civil war that took
30,000 lives appeared near an end
yesterday when Contra guerrillas,1
leftist Sandinistas and the incoming

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government agreed to a truce and a
deadline for the rebels to disarm.
"With this accord we conclude the
peace process that started with the
elections," said Antonio Lacayo, se-
nior negotiator for President-elect
Violeta Barrios de Chamorro, after
the accords were read at a dawn news
conference.
The accord sets a cease-fire that

began midnight Wednesday; the
withdrawal of Sandinista military
forces at least 12 miles from the
borders of five security zones, to be
completed by Saturday; and the im-
mediate gathering of all Contra
fighters within the zones. About
9,000 Contra fighters are in
Nicaragua.
An addendum said the Contras
will start turning in their weapons
on Wednesday afternoon, April 25,
after Mrs. Chamorro takes office
from President Daniel Ortega, with
the Contra fighting force to be dis-
banded completely by June 10.
Missions from the United Na-

aragua
tions and the Organization of Ameri-
can States - as well as Roman
Catholic Cardinal Miguel Obando y
Bravo - were charged with super-
vising the cease-fire and demobiliza-
tion.
The accord, completed after 14
hours of negotiations, does not meet
the Sandinista Front's demand that
the Contras disband by April 25.
But is also makes no mention of
what had been a key Contra demand
- that the Sandinista People's
Army be neutralized as a condition
for the rebels to surrender their
weapons.

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"Remember CHINA
Keep Hope Alive "
-A Concert of Music, Dance and Poetry
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April 22, 1990
Sunday, 7:30 PM
Mendelssohn Theatre, Michigan League
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Ml148109_ _ _ _ _ _ _
(313) 763 - 8432,
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Admission Free
Everyone Is Welcome f!

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JUIAROERS RH W MA She stole his heart.
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