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A-2Veather, news in brief the Cincinnati enquirer Wednesday, October 2, 1991 ' M wwMMill,lllln.i1HM-, n4,Jh T,.u.,.ft,-a,rfca tt, l,,,! Today is Wednesday, Oct. 2, the 275 day of 1 991. There are 90 days left in the year. aWwr .-.--l-.n,... AIDS 1967: Thuraood Marshall, at rinht with President Johnson, was sworn as a U.S. Supreme Court justice the first black to join the nation's highest court. 1 835: The first battle of the Texas Revolution took place as American settlers defeated a Mexican cavalry unit near the Guadalupe River. wm ( 50 YEARS LATER Soviet workers replace a Leningrad sign with a St. 1703 by Peter the Great. It was called St. Petersburq Petersburg sign on a highway leading into that city until World War I in 1914, when it was replaced with Tuesday. Residents voted on the change in June. It's Petrograd. In 1924, Soviet leaders renamed it Lenin- tne third change this century for the city founded in grad in honor of Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin. ST 1869: Political and spiritual leader Mohandas K. Gandhi was born in Porbandar, India. 1889: The first International Conference of American States was convened in Washington, D.C., with representatives from most Latin American countries. 1890: Comedian Groucho Marx was born in New activist disrupts Senate; total of 74 arrested ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES WASHINGTON: Seventy-four members of a militant AIDS activist group were arrested Tuesday inside and outside the U.S. Capitol as they protested the government's response to AIDS. One demonstrator began shouting from the public gallery during a Senate debate, and five Capitol Police officers subdued him as he appeared ready to jump to the chamber a floor below. "We're suffering and we're going to die . . . and the government won't do anything to help," the unidentified man screamed as Sen. Bob Graham, D-Fla., the presiding officer, banged his gavel and asked for police assistance. Demonstrators assail Calif, governor STANFORD, Calif.: Shouting "Shame, shame" and hurling objects, demonstrators angry over Gov. Pete Wilson's veto of a gay-rights bill drowned out his speech at Stanford University on Tuesday. At one point, Wilson caught an orange that thrown at him, smiled, then threw it back into the audience. Wilson continued to speak while 200 to 300 protesters moved toward the outdoor lectern. They were kept about 20 feet from the governor by a police in riot gear. 'God Squad' invoked in owl conflict WASHINGTON: The Bush administration will consider exempting some Northwest logging from the Endangered Species Act because of the severity of cutbacks needed to save the northern spotted owl, Interior Secretary Manuel Lujan Jr. said Tuesday. Lujan said he was launching the exemption process reluctantly by convening a little-used committee with the power to allow the logging to continue despite the threat to the owl. The Cabinet-level panel is known as the "God Squad" because of its authority to allow species to become extinct rather than pay the price to save them. Man convicted of killing 7 in office SAN JOSE, Calif.: A man who killed seven people during an office rampage blamed on unrequited love was convicted Tuesday of first-degree murder and could face the death penalty. The jury convicted Richard Farley of seven counts of first-degree murder. Shot and wounded was Laura Black, a former co-worker at ESL Inc. who was the object of Farley's 3'2-year love obsession. She survived to testify against him. Kidnapping unravels; victim missing JASPER, Ala.: A businessman suspected in a $300,000 ransom kidnapping killed himself Tuesday and a woman was charged as an accomplice, but the victim was still missing, authorities said. Jerry Bland, 49, was found dead from a gunshot wound when FBI agents entered his home. Investigators Saturday found part of the ransom money there. Investigators were still searching for Carrie Lawson, 25, whom Bland was suspected of abducting Sept. 11. Sonny hopes to become Sen. Bono LOS ANGELES: Sonny Bono, former half of the pop duo Sonny and Cher and the current mayor of Palm Springs, announced Tuesday he's running for the U.S. Senate. Bono, 56, a Republican, said he will do his best to establish credibility, even though he acknowledges his candidacy will spark one-liners on the late-night talk shows. "It's no joke," Bono said. "I may have to wear that Sonny and Cher thing for a while, but I'll overcome that. I just think that if I talk to people, I'll overcome that." More national and health, science news, Page A-4. 1941: American, British and Soviet officials ended their Moscow conference on providing military aid to the Soviets. Finnish troops, attacking west of Lake Onega, seized Petrozavbodsk on the northern Soviet front. York. 1919: President Woodrow Wilson suffered a stroke that left him partially paralyzed. 1941: German armies began Operation Typhoon an all-out drive against Moscow. The ultimate in autonomy KNIGHT NEWS SERVICE BELGRADE, Yugoslavia Another autonomous region has been declared in Yugoslavia: Vah-det Buric's house and garden. The 36-year-old auto mechanic is leading the world's smallest separatist movement. Population: four. He took the first step in April by holding a referendum in his living room. Turnout was 100 Buric and his wife favored autonomy from Bosnia-Herzegovina, the central Yugoslavia republic. Buric declared himself president. Reached by telephone in the capital the family kitchen the president explained his declaration started as a joke, then became serious. "The reason I'm seceding," he said, "is because I don't want to take part in the national madness we're going through." No fewer than six Serbian enclaves in Croatia and Bosnia have voted for autonomy. Romania has one, and there are dozens of others across the Soviet Union. After he appeared on a television talk show, Buric said, dozens of others around Yugoslavia also held living-room referendums on autonomy. that the walled city of Dubrovnik had . been "completely cut off" and was without electricity and water after a day of heavy naval, air and artillery bombardment. Labor blasts election delay BRIGHTON, England: Neil Kin-nock, his Labor Party running neck and neck with the Tories in opinion polls, accused the Conservative government Tuesday of losing its nerve after officials leaked word that no election will be called until next year. The Tory government's five-year term runs out in July. Lenin statue's fate debated BERLIN: As reunited Germany celebrates its first birthday, Berlin is debating the fate of an uninvited guest: the 63-foot red-granite statue of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. Communism and its symbols are toppling almost everywhere, and city officials want to add the 63-foot colossus to the list. But some artists, historians and leftist politicians are rallying to save the monument as a historic landmark. Togo coup attempt fails LOME, Togo: Rebel troops twice seized the state broadcasting center Tuesday in a botched coup attempt against the interim civilian government of Joseph Koffigoh, but fled when fired upon. Five persons were killed. Koffigoh is trying to end the 24-year military dictatorship of Gen. Gnassingbe Eyadema. More world news, Page A-5. Baghdad OKs copters for UN team ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES MANAMA, Bahrain: Baghdad gave final clearance Tuesday for three U.N. helicopters to enter Iraq for use by inspectors tracking down Iraqi weapons of mass destruction, a U.N. official said. Alastair Livingston, head of the regional office of the U.N. Special Commission overseeing the search, said the helicopters would make the four-hour trip to Baghdad today. He said they should be ready for surveillance flights Thursday. The Iraqis gave in to U.N. demands last week and agreed to allow the three helicopters, supplied by Germany, to be used by U.N. inspectors for unrestricted flights to suspected weapons sites. Army attacks shatter truce BELGRADE, Yugoslavia: Fierce and widespread fighting shattered a 9-day-old truce Tuesday in secessionist Croatia as the Yugoslav army went on the offensive in response to Croat attacks on its bases. Statements from Croatia and the federal army said Tuesday's battles were among the worst since fighting erupted three months ago because of the republic's June 25 independence declaration. Zagreb radio reported late Tuesday Weather Hot Line: 1-900-370-8777 General Information 721-2700 NEWS DEPARTMENTS Managing Editor, Thomas E. Dunning 369-1958 Deputy Managing EditorNews & Administration, Dennis Doherty 369-1976 Deputy Managing EditorProjects 4 Planning, Linda Cagnetti 369-1999 Senior Editor, John Van Doom 369-1951 Assistant Managing EditorNews, James Smith 369-1003 Assistant Managing EditorFeatures-Business, Michael Roberts 369-1984 Assistant Managing EditorGraphics, James L Dean 369-1812 Editorial Page Editor, Thomas Gephardt 369-1855 Executive News Editor, Neena Pellegrini 369-1921 News Editor, Jenny Barker 369-1921 Metro Editor, Kerry Klumpe 369-1003 Business News 369-1962 Sports Editor, Greg Noble 369-1917 Tempo Editor, Sara Pearce 369-1992 ' Director ot Photography, Liz Dufour 369-1952 Sports Results 749-1055 NEWS BUREAUS Tri-County,' 4820 Business Center Way, Cincinnati, 45246. Local calls to 860-4270. From Butler, Warren, Clinton, Brown and Adams counties, and throughout Ohio, call 1-800-336-7003. Clermont County, 200 Technecenter Drive, Suite 206, Milford, Ohio 45150. 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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. MISSED DELIVERY To ensure same-day delivery of missed copies Monday through Saturday within the greater Cincinnati area, call 651-4500 before 9:30 a.m. (On Sunday call before 10:30 a.m.) BACK COPIES You can buy papers up to one month old at the Enquirer circulation office, third floor, 617 Vine St., Cincinnati, OH 45202, weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. HAVE A NEWS QUESTION? Call our reader representative Betty Bamett at 369-1851 if you tea Inaccurate information or have a comment about a story, or call the appropriate editor listed under Newt Departments. For the latest weather forecasts, call The Enquirer Weather Hot Line. Touch-tone callers: Follow recorded instructions, entering area code for U.S. city or first three letters of foreign city: Rotary callers; Hear Cincinnati weather. Atlanta 404 Boston 617 Chicago 312 Dallas 214 Denver 303 Los Angeles 213 Miami 305 Newark 212' Tampa 813 Washington D.C. 202 j Cost: 75 cents for first minute; 50 cents for each additional minute Fronts Cold- W-V TemperaturesU.S. cities City L. Stationary H. Prec . Today Ptcldy 58.81 L. H. Prec. Today Tomorrow vu W OUnnV IU1MH Knnnu IWQ7 Temperatures on maps are illl today's forecast -k fSouTh Bend I V ft M Tristate forecast Wednesday, Oct. 2 Tomorrow Shwrs 6276 Rain 5667 Sunny 5081 Rain 4353 Shwrs 5973 Mocldy 6175 Rain 65 73 Akron-Canton 58 Albany, N.Y 49 Albuquerque 50 Anchorage 49 Asheville 45 Atlanta 60 Atlantic City 43 58 60 61 83 71 100 .58 87 Ptcldy 59'80 Shwrs 6274 Ptcldy 6084 Ptcldy 6381 Sunny 73102 Sunny 7199 PtCldV 61fl.i; PlrlriuScmi 177CC VIOVtJklHU IMS "M 8055 1 74 65 .32 Ptcldy 7688 Ptcldy 7788 47 62 Mocldy 5271 Mocldy 4862 44 74 .06 Ptcldy 5068 Ptcldy 4161 56 81 .70 84 .54 74 57 81 .58 82 .48 67 Ptcldy 5882 Ptcldy 8278 Ptcldy 7083 Ptcldy 6984 Ptcldy 6177 Rain 6470 Ptcldy 6579 Rain 6679 Ptcldy 6183 Sunny 6081 Mocldy 5377 Ptcldy 4472 Rain 7285 Ptcldy 7588 Rain 7285 73 79 50 8362 Co'u"?i's If 9 Dayton 8362 ii Indianapolis Cincinnati Jf 8257 J83lf2 Jpr J J.ouisvilla 9 IHP I lTV 7n-'8563 Lexingto r!,1 Paducah 8062 -jAH. -4 8363 MtP frit Cloudy .53 78 77 103 rrcioy our Rain 6374 Sunny 73104 Sunny 72104 Fair 5480 Shwrs 8072 .58 79 48 87 Cloudy 5372 Rain 5572 City Las Vegas Lexington Little Rock Los Angeles Memphis Miami Beach Milwaukee Mpls-St. Paul Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk. Va Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, Maine Portland, Ore Providence Raleigh Durham Rapid City Reno Richmond , Sacramento St. Louis Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco San Juan, P R Seattle South Bend Spokane Tampa-St. Ptrsbg ... Toledo Topeka Traverse City Tucson 76 69 .14 60 50 .03 73 78 76 80 82 82 72 85 72 73 63 .32 60 .36 79 82 83 81 78 73 85 82 66 86 61 83 71 57 .06 72 84 56 64 78 81 .06 71 90 ,01 86 .09 82 68 84 .61 84 79 Ptcldy 5477 Sunny 49 82 Shwrs 4352 Shwrs 5371 Ptcldy 6276 Ptcldy 6273 Ptcldy 5980 Mocldy 4765 Mocldy 6179 Mocldy 4258 Sunny 4576 Ptcldy 6079 Ptcldy 6175 Ptcldy 5775 Mocldy 5574 Shwrs 68'80 Ptcldy 5861 Shwrs 8175 Shwrs 5779 Windy 4568 Ptcldy 5679 Shwrs 6076 Ptcldy 5882 Cloudy 5376 Ptcldy 6387 Sunny 4875 Ptcldy 5676 Ptcldy 5578 Cloudy 4455 Fair 5977 Ptcldy 5884 Mocldy 3549 Mocldy 4259 Ptcldy 5580 Ptcldy 5475 Ptcldy 5779 Sunny 7488 Mocldy 6668 Ptcldy 5682 Tstrms 6283 Rain 7080 Ptcldy 5983 Ptcldy 5679 Sunny 4980 Shwrs 6171 Shwrs 6274 Mocldy 4063 Sunny 4466 Rain 6478 Sunny 5798 Ptcldy 6375 Ptcldy 4674 Ptcldv 6890 Baltimore 53 Billings 58 Birmingham 60 Bismarck 39 Boise 49 Boston 47 Bridgeport 52 Buffalo 59 Burlington, VI 50 Charleston, S.C 69 Charleston, W.V 58 Charlotte 58 Chattanooga 52 Cheyenne 46 Chicago 48 Columbia, S C 53 Columbus. Ohio 55 Concord. N H 42 Dallas-Ft. Worth 62 Denver 49 Des Moines 42 Detroit 58 Duluth 41 Erie 65 Evansvllle 52 Fairbanks 32 Fargo 48 Fort Wayne 50 Grand Rapids 45 Hartlord 41 Honolulu 78 Houston 66 Indianapolis 53 Jackson, Miss 62 Jacksonville 73 Kansas City 51 Knokvllle 54 " Ptcldy 5078 43 71 Ptcldy 6078 54 82 Shwrs 6076 52 89 Ptcldy 5167 33 68 Sunny 4687 54 83 Ptcldy 6081 61 97 Sunny 5796 59 62 Sunny 6184 50 79 Sunny 4976 67 85 .02 Ptcldy 6786 .85 87 Sunny 6787 56 72 Riinnu KA7K Rain 6273 Cloudy 4158 Cloudy 6179 Rain 35 53 Sunny 4072 Shwrs 6369 Shwrs 6373 Shwrs 5970 Rain 5869 Shwrs 6881 Rain 6073 Shwrs 6275 Shwrs 6277 Windy 3665 Sunny 5169 Shwrs 6280 Cloudy 6173 Rain 5574 Ptcldy 6588 Ptcldy 4672 Ptcldy 4967 Mocldy 5567 Cloudy 3650 Shwrs 6169 Ptcldy 6175 Mocldy 3249 Rain 3755 Ptcldy 5771 Mocldy 5365 Shwrs 5972 Sunny 7488 Ptcldy 6887 Ptcldy 5773 Ptcldy 64 80 Mocldy 7084 Ptcldy 5574 Shwrs 6178 "in snowcr storm Rurrtw Snow Sumy Sunny 6783 Sunny 5678 Cincinnati: Sunny Partly sunny. High 83. Tonight, partly cloudy. Low in the lower 60s. Thursday, cloudy with a chance of showers. High in the mid-70s. Ohio: Sunny Partly sunny. Highs from the upper 70s to mid-80s. Tonight, a chance of showers. Lows from the mid-50s to the lower 60s. Thursday, a chance of showers. Highs in the 70s. Kentucky: Cloudy Partly cloudy with a chance of rain. Highs in the mid-70s to mid-80s. Tonight, a chance of rain. Lows 60 to 65. Thursday, a chance of showers. Highs in the 70s. Indiana: Sunny Partly sunny central and south. Highs from the mid-70s to mid-80s. Tonight, a chance of showers. Lows from the mld-50s to lower 60s. Thursday, a chance of rain. Highs In the upper 60s to mid-70s. AIR QUALITY: The pollen and mold counts were unavailable. Tuesday's air-quality index was 59, which Is moderate. Weather bureau report For Oct. 1, 1991 76 87 .12 Mocldy 7890 Ptcldy 7688 ' OUnnV AHH I Fair JD'Ofl . . an .u.uo 8362 7554 50s70s 60s50s 508408 54 75 53 80 .72 80 56 76 Ptcldy 5469 Ptcldy 4085 Ptcldy 7587 Shwrs 5471 ncidy 5677 Sunny 4069 Rain 7285 Ptcldy 5884 Fair 5583 Ohio River levels Ptcldy 5375 Here are the 7 a.m. river stage forecasts tor today and tomorrow ind yesterday's 7 a.m. reading. and Mocldy 4562 Ptcldy 4058 48 85 .34 60 .65 98 59 84 Sunny 8399 Sunny 6299 Sunny 6284 ptcldy 5880 Ptrlfiu fiOQl a.i.. Tulsa Washington. DC. W. Palm Beach ... 60 78 Mark Piepmeier, assistant Hamilton County prosecutor, was misidentified in a story and photo caption in Tuesday's MetroState section. It was a reporter's error. The O'Rourke Construction Co. was founded in 1962 by Patrick H. O'Rourke, the company's president. An obituary on Sept. 20 attributed the company's founding incorrectly. Incorrect information was given to The Enquirer. 74 85 3 66 Ptcldy 7588 Ptcldy 7688 Floodpool stage 5033.5 5112 , 5225.4 5112 Vbsterday't stage 336 13.2 26.3 12.9 foday's forecast 33.6 13.1 26.4 13.0 Tomorrow's forecast 33.6 13.0 26.4 13.0 Location Maysville, Ky Meldahl Dam Cincinnati Maryland Dam Hlgh111 at Borrego springs, cam.; low26 at Fraser, Colo, Foreign cities Moon PKatta Sunrlie Sunt at 53 53 65 79 84 Singapore Cldy Stockholm Ptcldy Sydney Cldy Taipei Ram Tokyo Ram Vienna Ptcldy Warsaw Clear 8pm 1pm 10pm Bpm 9pm 1pm 1pm Lisbon Clear London Clear Madrid Clear Manila Cldy Mexico City Cldy Moscow Clear Montreal Cldy Nairobi Cldy Nassau Cldy New Delhi Clear Nice Clear Oslo Ptcldy Pans Clear Riyadh Ptcldy Rome Cldy Sarajevo Ptcldy Seoul Clear 71 61 68 88 70 74 49 80 81 87 72 54 58 99 76 86 68 1pm 1pm 1pm 8pm Bpm 3pm 3pm 3pm 7am 6pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 3pm tpm 2pm 9pm Canadian cities rt!, n"?'- ias," 7-35a.m. 7:20p.m. Oct.7 Oct. 15 Oct.23 Oct.30 Now Fust Otr. Full Last Otr Oct.7 Oct. 1 5 Oct.23 Od.30 Aberdeen CWy Abidan Ptcldy Amsterdam Cldy Athens Clear Auckland Clear Berlin Clear Bonn Cldy Brussels Cldy Copenhagen Cldy Dublin Ptcldy Qenevs Ptcldy Helsinki Clear Hong Kong Clear Jerusalem Clear 1pm Noon 1pm 2pm Mdnt 1pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 2pm 8pm 2pm The Enquirer will correct all errors of substance. If you wish to report an error or request a clarification, please call Betty Bamett, reader representative, at 369-1851 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 .p.m., Monday through Friday. Rec. N'l 88 73 34 50 The moon will rise at 2:44 a.m. Thursday and set at 4:49 p.m. that day. Venus will be 30 high in the ESE at 7 a.m. Jupiter will be 24 high in the E at 7 a.m. Saturn will be 28 high In the SSE at 8 p.m. Mercury and Mars will not be visible L. H. 43 73 44 62 48 50 47 60 S3 80 53 62 Calgary Cloudy Edmonton Ptcldy Montreal Rain Reqlna Cloudy Toronto Cloudy Vancouver Clear 1991 1990 High 81 70 Low 58 45 Precip 0 .0 I

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