The Associated Press
Nov. 03, 1987
Undated (AP) _ ''If there is no advance on this point, it would be very difficult to go any further in the peace process.'' - Costa Rican President Oscar Arias, discussing Nicaragua's refusal to negotiate a cease-fire with Contra rebels.
''We will work unremittingly at these meetings for a palpable breakthrough, for concrete results in reducing strategic offensive armaments and barring weapons from outer space - the key to removing the nuclear threat.'' - Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev, telling his nation about plans for his summit with President Reagan next month.
''Next, we're going to find out he has parking tickets from 1975 that are unpaid.'' - Dan Casey, of the American Conservative Union, commenting on reports of Supreme Court nominee Douglas H. Ginsburg's stock holdings.