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A-2Weather, news in brief THE C INCINNATI ENQUIRER Wednesday, March 4, 1987 The weather The world Fronts Warm w ColOW Occluded Stationary i i I,, i i "" ' . " " Xv ': 'err Tristate forecast Wednesday, March 4 Cincinnati: Sunny Mostly sunny today with a high of 46. Becoming increasingly cloudy tonight with a 30 chance of ram or snow. Overnight low will be 27. Mostly cloudy with a 50 chance of rain Thursday. The high will be in the mid-40s. Ohio: Sunny Mostly sunny today with highs in the upper 30s to upper 40s. Partly cloudy tonight with a slight chance of snow in the west. Lows from the low 20s to near 30. Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain or snow Thursday. Kentucky: Sunny Sunny and pleasant today and Thursday with a high in the 50s today and a low near 30 tonight. The high Thursday will be near 60. Indiana: Sunny Pleasant today with a highs in the 40s to mid-50s. Fair tonight, with lows in the mid-20s to mid-30s. Mostly sunny and a little warmer Thursday with highs in the mid-40s to mid-50s. Rain Five - Today 4 Moon Phases Fifsl Otr Mar. 7 Weather bureau report Waxing moon rises at 9:51 a.m., sets March 6 at 1:03 Pnr Warr-hl 1QR7 am- Mercury will not be visible. Venus will be 1 2 high in ror iviarcn o, iso (he gE g 630 g m Mafs wi be 43 hjgh n ,he wsw a, 1987 1986 Rec. N'l 7:30 p.m. Jupiter will be 6 high in the W at 7:30 p.m. High 50 38 74 46 Saturn will be 28 high in the SSE at 6:30 a.m. Low 32 33 -11 27 RIVER: 36.1 feet at 7:00 p.m. Precip 0 AIR QUALITY:index at 4:00 p.m. was 33. Destinations Call number listed with each city for more information. ATLANTA CHICAGO DALLAS DENVER (404)767-1784 (312)976-1212 (817) 654-0116 (303)639-1212 Sunny today, high Sunny today, high Hazy today, high Sunny today, high 66. Low tonight, 46. Low tonight, 69. Low tonight, 65. Low tonight, 33. 29. 43. LOS ANGELES MIAMI NEW YORK WASH , D.C. (213) 554-1212 (305) 661-5065 (212) 976-1212 (202) 936-1212 Partly cloudy to- Rain today, high Fair today, high 36. Sunny today, high day, high 83. Low 76. Low tonight, Low tonight, 26. 41. Low tonight, tonight, 58. 65. 27. TemperaturesU.S. cities City L. Akron-Canton 30 Albany. N Y 31 Albuquerque 30 Anchorage -2 Asheville 25 Atlanta 37 Atlantic City 36 Baltimore 35 Billings 36 Birmingham 31 Bismarck 5 Boise 43 Boston 26 Buffalo 22 Burlington. Vt 22 Charleston. S.C 47 Charleston. W V 37 Charlotte 32 Chattanooga 30 Cheyenne 25 Chicago 28 Cleveland 30 Columbia. S.C 31 Columbus. Ohio 33 Concord. N H 22 Oallas-Ft Worth 40 Denver .' 29 Des Moines 24 Detroit 29 Duluth 8 Evansville 34 Fairbanks -31 Fargo 3 Fort Wayne 29 Grand Rapids 28 Hartlord 30 Honolulu 64 Houston 46 Indianapolis 30 Jackson, Miss 33 Jacksonville 40 Kansas City 33 Knoxville 27 Las Vegas 38 H. Prec. Today 34 .09 Ptcldy 22,37 Tomorrow Ptcldy 2338 Sunny 1337 Fair 3570 Sunny 219 Ptcldy 26 5B Sunny 33, 71 Sunny 1745 Ptcldy 2145 Windy 4278 Sunny 3368 Sunny 2148 Cloudy 46'61 Sunny 2337 Ptcldy 16,35 Sunny 732 ' Sunny 3763 Ptcldy 2450 Ptcldy 29, 58 Sunny 3265 Fair 3364 Ptcldy 2948 Ptcldy 2338 Sunny 3261 Ptcldy 2843 Sunny 6 '35 Haze 43'71 Sunny 3372 Sunny 3668 Ptcldy 2142 Fair 2746 Sunny 3456 Sunny -30-5 Sunny 1742 Sunny 2546 Ptcldy 23'42 Sunny 1739 Sunny 60.82 Sunny 4073 Sunny 29'53 Ptcldy 3270 Sunny 4270 Sunny 3768 Sunny 32'63 Windy 49,76 Sunny 2034 Sunny 2969 Sunny 219 Sunny 27(57 Sunny 36 '66 Ptcldy 24.39 Sunny 28 37 Windy 40,74 Sunny 3165 Sunny 14'44 03 Ptcldy 4370 .06 Sunny 25 32 12 Ptcldy 15.26 04 Sunny 16 29 Sunny 36.64 Sunny 27.44 Sunny 3158 Sunny 3062 Fair 2861 Sunny 23.46 08 Ptcldy 23,36 Sunny 34 64 Sunny 22:45 04 Sunny 1630 Haze 39'69 Sunny 2965 Sunny 2761 Sunny 1936 Ptcldy 1740 Sunny 3054 Sunny -30-5 Ptcldy 1130 Sunny 2242 Ptcldy 1938 Sunny 22 32 Sunny 6182 Sunny 4270 Sunny 25.49 Ptcldy 3566 Sunny 4270 Sunny 35,65 Sunny 30'61 Fair 4276 Foreign cities London Ptcldy Madrid Clear Manila Clear Mexico City Fair Moscow Snow Nairobi ... Clear Nassau Ptcldy New Delhi Clear Nice Clear Oslo Clear Pans Cldy Riyadh Cldy Rome Clear Stockholm Ptcldy Sydney Ram Taipei Clear Aberdeen Cldy Amsterdam Clear Athens Rain Berlin Ptcldy Bonn Ptcldy Brussels Clear Cairo Ptcldy Casablanca Clear Copenhagen Clear Dublin Cldy Geneva Cldy Hongkong Cldy Jerusalem Ptcldy Lisbon Haze 1pm 1pm 2pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 2pm Noon 1pm 1pm 1pm 8pm 2pm 1pm Enquirer phone guide GENERAL INFORMATION 721-2700 NEWS DEPARTMENTS Reader Editor, John Caldwell 369-1000 Managing Editor. Marcie Ersoff 369-1958 Deputy Managing Editor, Dennis Doherty.... 369-1976 Business Editor. Kerry Klumpe 369-1962 Editorial Page Editor, Thomas Gephardt 369-1854 Magazine Editor. Alice Hornbaker 369-1954 Metro Editor. James Delaney 369-1003 News Editor. James Smith 369-1921 Sports Editor, Greg Noble 369-1917 Sunday Editor. James Dean 369-1812 Tempo Editor, Linda Cagnetti 369-101 1 Sports Results 369-1005,369-1006 The Cincinnati Enquirer is a cooperative member of the Associated Press and a subscriber to the services of the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Knight News Service, Dow-Jones. Gannett News Service and the National Weather Service. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use of or publication of an local news printed in this newspaper as well as all news dispatches NEWS BUREAUS Wash., D.C. 20044 .... P O Box 7858 (703) 276-5800 Columbus. Ohio 4321 5. 16 E. Broad St. (614) 224-4640 Covington. Ky 4)01 1 . 309 Garrard St. (606) 292-7150 Regional Bureau Hamilton, Ohio 4501 1 . 41 05 Hamilton-Middtetown Rd (513) 863-2962 (in Middletown, call 424-0030) (in Lebanon, call 932-5278) Batavia, Ohio 45103. Parsons Bldg.,.. (513) 732-1507 y-- vy South Bend Cv I Aiioa Cleveland I iU 3620 4225 "Columbus f "Dayton 4224 ' 1 lndLaH?'iS Cincinnati I 4829 JXfx1 i--uisville "Lexington 1 5332 5029 V Paducah f 5635 f j ! ! Temperatures on map are today's forecast Showers Flurries Snow Cloudy Sunny day Metro outlook loiaioioio 4627 1 40s20s 1 50s30s 60s40s 60s30s Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Sunrise Sunset Full Mar. 15 Last Otr Mar. 22 New Mar. 29 7:05 a.m. 6:34 p.m. City L. H. Little Rock ..... 42 66 Los Angeles 61 82 Louisville 37 53 Memphis 391 67 Miami Beach, (4 78 Milwaukee .... its 42 Prec. Today Sunny 3867 Ptcldy 5383 Sunny 2854 ' Sunny 356S ,33 Ram 6478 Sunny 23'40 Ptcldy 20'49 Sunny 3062 Sunny 44 '68 Fair 2636 Sunny 3241 Fair 4270 Sunny 30'65 Ptcldy 5074 Tomorrow Sunny 4172 Shwrs 5872 Sunny 3358 Sunny 3868 Rin 6575 Ptcldy 2845 Fair 3054 Sunny 33 64 Sunny 4670 Sunny 2641 Ptcldy 2545 Fair 4474 Sunny 3570 Ptcldy 5172 Sunny 3457 Sunny 2045 Ptcldy 5688 Ptcldy 2040 Sunny 1235 Rain 4860 Sunny 2038 Ptcldy 2653 Sunny 3162 Shwrs 3958 Ptcldy 2250 Shwrs 4864 Sunny 3565 Ptcldy 4068 Sunny 4073 Cloudy 5571 Cloudy 5464 Ptcldy 6985 Ptcldy 1640 Shwrs 4959 Sunny 2848 Shwrs 4159 Ptcldy 5375 Cloudy 2538 Sunny 3972 Ptcldy 5385 Fair 4274 Ptcldy 2746 Rain 6374 Mpls-St. Paul Nashville New Orleans . New York City 34 Norfolk, Va 37 Oklahoma City 41 Omaha 26 Orlando 50 Paducah 33 Sunny 3054 Ptcidy 34 Sunny 5086 Philadelphia 335t. Phoenix 47 80 Pittsburgh 32 40 Portland, Maine 19 28 Portland, Ore 49 54 Providence 31 42 Raleigh ....31 66 Rapid City 17 46 Reno 37 68 Richmond 35 62 Sacramento 51 69 St Louis 33 54 Salt Lake City 32 63 San Antonio 40 71 San Diego 48 73 San Francisco 56 67 San Juan, P R 70 83 St. Ste. Mane 12 21 02 Ptcldy 1832 07 Sunny 1530 1.31 Rain 4860 Sunny 2434 Sunny 3055 Sunny 2751 Windy 3863 Sunny 2846 Rain 5266 Sunny 3260 Fair 3666 Sunny 4371 Fair 5077 Rain 5865 Ptcldy 6985 .01 Ptcldy 1033 1.48 Rain 5060 Seattle 49 55 South Bend 30 37 Spokane 43 50 Tampa-St. Ptrsbg...51 74 Toledo 30 42 Topeka 34 62 Tucson 37 77 Tulsa 38 69 Washington, D C. ...39 56 W Palm Beach 60 79 Sunny 2343 Rain 5060 .51 Ptcldy 5376 Ptcldy 2036 Sunny 3569 Sunny 4683 Fair 3970 Sunny 30(41 02 Rain 6375 1pm 1pm 8pm 3pm 3pm 3pm 7am 6pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 3pm 1pm 1pm 10pm Bpm 35 67 76 80 05 84 72 81 62 12 28 74 63 14 64 63 Tokyo Clear 9pm 44 Tunis Clear 1pm 64 Vienna Clear 1pm 44 Warsaw Ptcldy 1pm 09 Canadian cities L. H. 15 37 14 22 16 27 18 26 23 38 Calgary tog Edmonton snow Montreal snow Regina clear Toronto cloudy Vancouver cloudy 44 45 Indianapolis, Ind. 46204 150 W. Market St., (317) 634-9751 Lawrenceaurg, Ind. 47025 202 W. High St. (812) 537-0427 ADVERTISING Display advertising (National) 369-1 744 Display Advertising (Retail) 369-1781 Classified Ads 421-6300 Gannett Media Sales, New York Office.. (212) 715-5300 CIRCULATION Delivery and Subscription Service 651-4500 A three-day notice is required to start or stop delivery. Daily Sunday (monthly) $11.95 Daily (monthly) $6 50 Sunday (monthly)... $5.45 If your earner is charging more than the suggested monthly rates, he or she is doing so as an independent business person. The Enquirer does not approve of this practice Mail subscription The Cincinnati Enquirer (USPS 113 200) is published daily and Sunday Mail subscription rates ate $241,80 a year daily and Sunday, $171.60 a year daily only and $70 20 a year Sunday only Second-class postage paid at Cincinnati, Ohio, by The Cincinnati Enquirer. 617 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 45202. POSTMASTER Send address changes to The Cincinnati Enquirer 617 Vine Street. Cincinnati, Ohio45',02. The publisher reserves the right to change subscription rates during the term of a subscription upon 28 days notice. This notice may be by mail to the subscriber, by notice-contained in the newspaper itself, or otherwise. Subscription rate changes may be implemented by changing the duration of the subscription. Pakistanis report raid by Afghans THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ISLAMABAD, Pakistan Afghan warplanes made their third raid on Pakistan border villages and refugee camps in less than a week Tuesday, killing one person and wounding four, official sources reported. In other reports, Western diplomats said Moslem guerrillas fighting Afghanistan's communist government killed scores of Afghan and Soviet soldiers in at least seven provinces. Two Soviet-made MiGs dropped several bombs on an Afghan refugee camp at Khairabad near the town of Arandu, 140 miles northwest of Islamabad, the Pakistani officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity in keeping with government practice. Soviets visit Nicaragua MANAGUA, Nicaragua The highest level Soviet delegation ever to visit Nicaragua is here on a three-day visit, the official Sandinista government newspaper Barricada reported Tuesday. It said the delegation, led by Boris N. Yeltsin, arrived Monday. Yeltsin is the Moscow city Communist Party chief, as well as a non-voting member of the party's ruling Politburo. Barricada said Yeltsin told reporters at a news conference for the Nicara-guan media that the United States should end its "criminal policy of state terrorism" and work for a peaceful solution to the conflict here. Yeltsin was invited to Nicaragua by Carlos Nunez, one of the Sandinista front's commanders and president of the National Assembly. Nunez described the Soviet official's visit as a show of interest by the Soviet Union in "continuing to tighten the bands of cooperation in all areas with Nicaragua." The nation Ex-cultist sentenced in slaying ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES SAN FRANCISCO Larry Layton, a former member of the People's Temple cult, was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for aiding and abetting in the murder of Rep. Leo J. Ryan at a jungle airstrip in Guyana in November, 1978. Hours after Ryan and four others were shot to death at the airstrip near Jonestown, which was the headquarters of the cult, the cult's leader, the Rev. Jim Jones, and 912 of his followers died by poison and gunfire in mass killings and suicides. U.S. District Judge Robert F. Peck-ham recommended that parole authorities consider releasing Layton in five years. Peckham also gave Layton credit for spending a year and 49 days in jail while his trial was pending thereby reducing the potential sentence by that amount of time. Today in history THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Ash Wednesday, March 4, the 63rd day of 1987. There are 302 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On March 4, 1789, the Constitution of the United States went into effect as the first Federal Congress met in New York. However, the lawmakers had to adjourn for the lack of a quorum. On this date: In 1681, England's King Charles II granted a charter to William Penn for an area of land that later became Pennsylvania. I In 1791, Vermont became the 14th state. In 1829, an unruly crowd mobbed the White House during the inaugural reception for President Andrew Jackson. In 1837, the Illinois state legislature granted a city charter to Chicago. In 1861, the Confederacy adopted the "Stars and Bars" flag design. In 1902, the American Automobile Association was founded in Chicago. In 1917, Republican Jeannette Rankin of Montana became the first woman to be elected to the House of Representatives. In 1925, President Calvin Coo-lidge's inauguration was broadcast live on 21 radio stations coast-to-coast. In 1933, in his inaugural address, President Franklin D. Roosevelt pledged effective leadership to pull the country out of the Great Depression, saying, "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." In 1933, the start of the Roosevelt MASKS OF MOURNING: Lee Win-woo, right, president of the major opposition New Korea Democratic Party, and Choi Hyon-woo, left, vice president of the party, wear masks Tuesday to signify mourning. Lee and other party members were blocked by riot police when they attempted to march to Pagoda Park in memory of a dissident student who died while in police custody. Cannibalism charged Machete slaying probed BANGUI, Central African Republic Deposed Emperor Jean Bedel Bokassa eagerly devoured meals of human flesh, a man claiming to be the former imperial cook testified Tuesday. "My boss well and truly did eat that meal in my presence and he truly liked it," Phillipe Linguissa said at the ex-ruler's trial on charges including murder, embezzlement and procuring bodies for cannibalism. Bokassa claimed he had never seen Linguissa until the man appeared in court. Ship of explosives adrift CHERBOURG, France A Danish cargo ship loaded with 400 tons of explosives drifted in the English Channel Tuesday night, and France threatened to sink it unless the shipping company took control of the vessel by daybreak. The crew of two men and three women abandoned the 1,000-ton Hor-nestrand Tuesday morning. Spacecraft to be modified PASADENA, Calif. The Galileo spacecraft, whose $1.36 billion mission to Jupiter was postponed by rocket failures, has been returned from Kennedy Space Center to Jet Propulsion Laboratory to be modified. The spacecraft had been scheduled for launch from the cargo bay of a space shuttle last May for a 30-month voyage to the solar system's largest planet. But the launch was postponed until at least October, 1989, because of the Jan. 28, 1986, explosion of the shuttle Challenger and the June, 1986, cancellation of the Centaur rocket program. .' Quintuplet girl dies LAS VEGAS, Nev. One of quintuplet girls born 11 weeks prematurely to a Las Vegas, Nev., couple died Tuesday, but her four sisters were given a good chance of survival, while quintuplets born in Peoria, 111., were in critical condition. The Las Vegas babies were born Monday night to Robin Jenkins. The Illinois quints, four girls and a boy, were born late Monday at St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria to Rosalind Helms, 27. Pierre Trudeau . . . said yes Kurt Waldheim . . . said no administration brought with it the first woman to serve on a president's cabinet: Labor Secretary Frances Perkins. In 1952, actor Ronald Reagan and actress Nancy Davis were married in San Fernando Valley, Calif. In 1971, Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau married Margaret Sinclair in North Vancouver, British Columbia. They later divorced. Ten years ago: More than 1,500 people were killed when an earthquake measuring 7.5 on the Richter scale shook southern and eastern Europe. Five years ago: President Reagan nominated General John W. Vessey Jr. to be the new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. One year ago: Former U.N. Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim, campaigning for the presidency of Austria, denied allegations he had once belonged to the Nazi Student Union and Adolf Hitler's storm troopers. The Associated PressKim Chon-kil PARIS Police on Tuesday urged more witnesses to come forward in the machete murder of a drunken vagabond in the Paris subway. So far only eight of about 50 witnesses have emerged to describe the attack by a well-dressed man who calmly pulled a machete from his briefcase last Friday evening, crossed the tracks to confront a tramp who was shouting insults and slashed his throat, police said. The man then crossed the tracks again, put the machete in his briefcase, and got on the first subway train out of the Bastille station, giving making what the police described as an ironic hand gesture to shocked onlookers. Police said witnesses have described the killer as a man in his 30s who was neatly dressed in a suit. The vagabond has been identified as Alain Bouzeida, aged 37. More world news, Pages A-12, B-8. Governor bans columnist PHOENIX, Ariz. Gov. Evan Me-cham has banned a Phoenix Gazette columnist from his office, insisting Tuesday he has the right to decide who covers his news conferences. The Republican governor, who took office Jan. 5, told reporters that columnist John Kolbe "is a nonperson ... I don't want to even recognize his existence." Gazette Managing Editor Lynne Holt said Kolbe will continue to attend news conferences. Students go on rampage HOLLISTER, Calif. Hundreds of high school students went on a rampage Tuesday in protest of a new grading system, throwing rocks and beer bottles and vandalizing City Hall, police said. Three students from San Benito High School were arrested but there were no reports of serious injuries,, police said. More national news, Pages A-9-10, A-14, A-16. The region Escapees from jail captured ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES SANDUSKY, Ohio Two escapees from the Erie County Jail were captured at the home of a man who was implicated in a mercenary plot to free an inmate in Indiana last year, officials said Tuesday. The escapees were caught Monday night at the home of Jody Jerome, 26, of Sandusky, who is on two years' federal probation after pleading guilty last year to a scheme to free prison inmate Roger Jaske from a Madison County, Indiana, courtroom. Authorities said Jerome was not at the house when deputies found Jack Bledsoe, 24, and Joe Williams, 25, both of Sandusky. Bledsoe and Williams have been charged with felonious assault and escape. Ind. hospitals accredited INDIANAPOLIS For the first time in history, all seven of Indiana's state psychiatric hospitals have been accredited by an organization that measures quality of care. The Indiana system is the first to achieve full accreditation under a new program of the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals, a private, Chicago-based organization that also accredits most of the nation's general hospitals. V i

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