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A-2Weather, news in brief THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Saturday, October 5, 1991 TC wm Today is Saturday, Oct. 5, the 278 day of 1 991. There are 87 days left in the year. v. ? . ... ; t" . y W ----- $ V ( r ', f Iraq neared nuclear capability ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES VIENNA, Austria: Iraq was within a year to 18 months of building a nuclear bomb and was already testing a missile system to deliver it when the Persian Gulf war began, United Nations inspectors said here Friday. David Kay, who headed a 45-man U.N. nuclear inspection team, described the Iraqi weapons development program as an efficient, highly organized operation. He said design work was already advanced on a device to detonate a nuclear bomb and that testing had begun on a surface-to-surface missile capable of delivering the weapon outside Iraq's borders. Kaifu won't seek election to second term TOKYO: Prime Minister Toshi-ki Kaifu Friday decided to abandon hopes of running for a second term as president of the ruling Liberal 5-year-old to help direct TV special THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. -Gregory Scott can barely read or write. But Hollywood producers think the 5-year-old is ready to help direct a children's television special. Gregory, a kindergartner in nearby Tarzana, announced an exclusive five-year deal Friday with Al Burton Productions and MCA-Universal Family Entertainment. "I sure like being here more than school," said the fledgling director, who turns 6 in December. The deal makes Gregory the youngest professional director in film history, said Burton. Burton said the young director will earn a four-figure salary in the first year and five figures later. Gregory came to Burton's attention when he recently appeared on Arsenio Hall's television show. The youngster began making his own 15-minute videos at age 4. Asked who he would most like to direct, he said: "Madonna . . . you know why, because she's sexy!" ' h - 1 . -- rt ! f . : 1 988: Democrat Lloyd Bentsen, left, and Republican Dan Quayle discuss the issues in the only vice-presidential debate of the 1988 campaign. .v ..; !." f i 1 mm 1 50 YEARS LATER jj The Associated PressChris Martinez Children's entertainer Greg Russell, left, introduces 5-year-old Gregory Scott to reporters at a press conference at Universal Studios on Friday. "He's very young, but he's very determined," said Burton, calling the boy's work as good as those of university cinema students. 1947: In the first televised White House address, President Truman asked Americans to stop eating meat on Tuesdays and poultry on Thursdays in order to stockpile grain for starving people in Europe. 1953: Earl Warren was sworn in as the 14th chief justice 1941: Ante Pavelic, chief of state in the Nazi puppet Croatia, warns rebellious Serbs that Croatia "must abide by the new order or die." of the United States. Democratic Party, a post that carried with its the premiership. Although Japan will have another prime minister when President Bush visits next month, little chanee in Memphis elects mayor by 172 votes MEMPHIS: Willie Herenton was born into a broken home, and spent his early years in segregated schools. He became a boxer and worked his 1990: Cincinnati's Contemporary Arts Center and director Denni9 Barry were acquitted of obscenity charges stemming from an exhibit of sexually graphic photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe. ft S f i way tnrougn school by unloading boxcars. Now, he's Memphis' first black elected mayor. He has said often and proudly that he has never forgotten his humble roots. Herenton, 51, defeated two-term incumbent Richard Hackett by 172 votes to win Thursday's mayoral race. The election came down to a hand count of absentee hallnts and rnnntino uac nnt Jury's verdict easy to stomach THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ. A man whose stomach exploded after he took Arm & Hammer baking soda for indigestion is not entitled to damages, but the label should have warned of the danger, a jury said Friday, Both sides claimed victory in the lawsuit, brought by William Graves, editor of National Geographic magazine, against Church & Dwight Inc. of Princeton, makers of Arm & Hammer. Graves said he developed indigestion one night in 1979 after eating a bowl of chili and drinking two martinis and a glass of wine. He said his stomach ruptured after he drank water mixed with baking soda. Graves, 64, said he needed seven operations to recover and almost died twice. He sued Arm & Hammer in 1984, seeking unspecified damages and an order the product not be sold as an antacid. William Egan, president of Arm & Hammer Products, said the baking soda label was changed in 1983 to include a warning. The verdict, however, applied to the old label. Prosecutors get list of Noriega's defense witnesses ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES MIAMI: The Justice Department has obtained a secret list of Manuel Noriega's defense witnesses in apparent violation of a judge's order, according to court documents and officials. The U.S. Marshals Service, which is part of the Justice Department and serves all witness subpoenas for Noriega's defense on drug trafficking charges, gave the entire witness list to a former ambassador who forwarded it to the State Department. The State Department in turn gave the list to the Justice Department, which is prosecuting Noriega, documents said. Tennessee Ernie Ford is critical RESTON, Va.: Veteran country singer Tennessee Ernie Ford was hospitalized in critical condition Friday night. Ford, 72, was in the intensive care unit at Reston Hospital, officials said. His ailment was not immediately disclosed. Ford, known affectionately as "the 01' Peapicker," has recorded more than 80 albums during a singing career of more than 40 years. 30$ stamp considered again WASHINGTON: Will the price of a stamp rise to 30t? After 18 months of debate, the question went back to the U.S. Postal Service on Friday. Action could come as soon as Tuesday, when the agency's governing board meets in Flushing, N.Y. The 30C price was proposed as part of a massive rate package on March 6, 1990. But the independent Postal Rate Commission early this year approved only a 29C stamp. government Kai,u policy is expected. Kaifu was named to the leadership in August, 1989, in the midst of a stocks-for-favors scandal that had tainted all other party leaders. Pact signed to leave Antarctica untapped MADRID, Spain: Twenty-six nations, including the United States, agreed to protect the fragile environment of Antarctica, signing a 50-year ban Friday on oil exploration and mining on the vast continent that covers a tenth of the earth. Delegates and ecologists hailed the Antarctic Treaty as a model for issues like global warming and ozone depletion. Croatia bombed; another pact made ZAGREB, Yugoslavia: Federal forces bombed and shelled sites across Croatia Friday even as the warring parties struck yet another accord. Croatia's capital was ordered blacked out for the night. At the same time, Serbia and its allies in what's left of the eight-member federal presidency ordered a par- , tial mobilization to bolster federal forces depleted by desertion. More world news, Page A-6. Herenton finished until the early morning hours Friday. Government pops town's bubble WASHINGTON: Taxpayers may think it was a "wunnerful, wunnerful" idea, but it popped a small North Dakota town's champagne bubble. There will be no federal money to help develop a tourist industry in Lawrence Welk's hometown of Stras-burg, N.D. The Farmers Home Administration announced Friday that it would not provide a $500,000 grant that Congress approved last fall and then voted to kill this year. Top CPA errs in' arithmetic RICHFIELD, Minn. He added 30 and 15 and came up with 40, but Allen Lueth was the top scorer on the nation's most recent CPA exam. Lueth, 22, an auditor at Coopers & Lybrand, erred on only 12 of 500 questions in the exam given in May. His score put him ahead of 66,966 other people who took the 19-hour, 2 '2-day test. How could he miss 30 and 15? "Hey, we all make mistakes!" Lueth said Thursday. More nation news, Pages A-3-4. Health, science, Page A-4. 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 of Photography, Liz Dulour 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. Call 576-1800 TO ADVERTISE Display Advertising (National) 369-1744 Display Advertising (Retail) 369-1781 Classified Ads 421-6300 Legal Advertising 723-2397 Gannett National Newspaper Sales (212) 715-5300 TO SUBSCRIBE Delivery and Subscription Service 651-4500 A three-day notice is required to start or stop delivery. Daily & Sunday (monthly) $14,25 Daily (monthly) $7.50 Sunday (monthly) $6.75 If your carrier charges more than 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 1 1 3-200) is published daily and Sunday. Mail subscription rates are $322.40 a year daily and Sunday, $21 8 40 a year daily only, and $1 04.00 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, Ohio 45202. 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 1030 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 Barnett at 369-1851 if you see inaccurate information or have a comment about a story, or call the appropriate editor listed under News Departments. HjBBBEHiEn Weather Hot Line: 1-900-370-8777 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. Atlanta 404 Los Angeles 21 3 Boston 617 Miami 305 Chicago 312 New brk 212 Dallas 214 Tampa 81 3 Denver 303 Washington D.C. 202 Rotary callers: Hear Cincinnati weather. Cost: 75 cents for first minute; 50 cents for each additional minute TemperaturesU.S. cities Stationary City City L. H. Prec. Today Tomorrow Los Angeles 64 81 Haze 6485 Haze 6585 imnpratiiroe nn mane afo' L0UIS 66 85 Mocldy 4265 Ptcldy 4357 vbiipmis DO 01 Ktcidy 6469 Miami Beach 79 88 Ptcldy 7989 Milwaukee 49 55 1.66 Rain 4651 Sunny 48 68 Ptcldy 7789 Shwrs 3646 Snow 3443 Mocldy 3045 Cloudy 6267 Sunny 4467 Tstrms 72 85 Sunny 6077 Ptcldy 6376 Ptcldy 6483 Ptcldy 46 64 Shwrs 63'68 Mocldy 6573 Fair 40 66 Mocldy 2654 .57 Rain 3448 Tstrms 74'91 Tstrms 7490 Mpls-St. Paul 36 56 Nashville 62 83 New Orleans 70 90 New York City 62 78 Norfolk, Va 64 86 Oklahoma City 59 74 Omaha 45 53 Orlando 72 90 Philadelphia 62 84 Phoenix 74 101 Pittsburgh 58 82 Portland, Maine 49 74 Portland. Ore 46 78 Providence 55 77 Raleigh-Durham 60 84 Rapid City 34 49 Ptcldy 6278 Ptcldy 6367 Sunny 7298 Sunny 7098 Tstrms 6075 Cloudy 4557 5640 ctl,T,d 1 I Atlantic City 1 ijl Baltimore 6540 Columbus If swings Dayton 6743 iP Birmingham ... .. S8 Bismarck Indianapobs Cincinnati Jf Boise 5840 J. 6840 Boston i V-L JfpL Buffalo Jlf' fffilpit Burlington, Vt J Louisville WW 11 LV Charleston. S.C Lr"2 LrrL "r n:.w.v..:: Paducah 0842 -fflV Chattanooga J 6539 jJl!WiyA Cheyenne uummuiuiiinn ii..ii..!ifflf11 i gEtisBBSiiia Chicago 'mimmmmiSr' Columbia.SC "V- -v-v Concord, N H S ft JjS YY D"11"-"- Worth NW OOOC :';:':::':. !XX P Des Moines Rein Shower Storme Rurrle Snow Sunny Detr't J Duluth . . .. . . .. . . . .. ,. . . rtcioyoo Rain 5162 Sunny 4982 Cloudy 4872 etciay 5673 Shwrs 5968 Ptcldy 6282 Shwrs 6171 L. H. Prec. Today Tomorrow ..56 80 .05 Tstrms 6071 Mocldy 4153 . 52 76 Ptcldy 5575 Shwrs 5968 . 48 83 Fair 4573 Fair 4274 ..45 53 Sunny 3848 Sunny 3545 54 79 Mocldy 5675 Ptcldy 50'65 61 82 Shwrs 6480 Ptcldy 5369 60 82 Ptcldy 6573 Ptcldy 6568 60 85 Ptcldy 61 81 Mocldy 61 66 ..32 49 Ptcldy 2556 Sunny 3868 60 83 Tstrms 6580 Ptcldy 54.69 29 48 Windy 3044 Ptcldy 2554 ..31 68 Sunny 3571 Sunny 4276 62 77 Ptcldy 5773 Shwrs 59 68 51 64 .07 Shwrs 5775 Ptcldy 4755 . 50 71 Shwrs 5273 Shwrs 59 64 68 77 Mocldy 7084 Mocldy 7075 61 85 Tstrms 6473 Ptcldy 48 61 . 59 85 Mocldy 6280 Ptcldy 5970 ..65 82 Shwrs 6174 Ptcldy 5068 ..30 44 .14 Windy 2150 Sunny 2962 ..53 61 1.86 Windy 4752 Cloudy 3747 67 85 Ptcldy 6285 Ptcldy 6375 ...46 76 Ptcldy 4770 Rain 5262 ..71 91 Cloudy 5370 Ptcldy 4772 ..33 45 .17 Mocldy 3059 Sunny 2770 .46 49 1.18 Rain 3850 Windy 3050 58 65 .73 Windy 58 67 Cloudy 3849 38 52 Snow 3340 Cloudy 2943 . 65 88 Windy 5862 Sunny 3858 . 36 48 Rain 3241 Rnsnow 2940 ..29 54 Windy 3142 Ptcldy 2747 . 61 81199 Windy 5453 Ptcldy.3550 . 49 53 .74 Windy 49'58 Cloudy 38 47 . 54 78 Ptcldy 5370 Shwrs 5565 . 77 89 Sunny 7390 Sunny 72 89 . 64 91 Windy 5878 Fair 5578 . 85 82 Windy 4058 Ptcldy 3554 . 66 89 Mocldy 6779 Fair 6072 . 70 87 08 Shwrs 7185 Shwrs 7283 ..50 54 .17 Ptcldy 3655 Ptcldy 33 '53 ..56 83 Shwrs 6076 Ptcldy 4966 . 65 94 Sunny 5992 Sunny 6194 .62 82 .28 Shwrs 4268' Ptcldy 4054 .66 85 Ptcldy 5870 Ptcldy 4370 08 Ptcldy 2848 Sunny 2661 Sunny 3984 Sunny 4184 Ptcldy 6284 Mocldy 6370 Sunny 5891 Sunny 5686 Ptcldy 4758 Ptcldy 3556 Sunny 7889 Ptcldy 7790 Sunny 36'68 Sunny 39'73 Windy 6878 Fair 5578 Ptcldy 6476 Ptcldy 6475 Ptcldy 5668 Ptcldy 5567 .08 Sunny 7788 Ptcldy 7788 Rain 4552 Cloudy 3440 Sunny 4778 Ptcldy 4869 Sunny 3268 Sunny 3772 .01 Ptrlriu 7A'Qn DtnlH.. 7CIOA A story in Friday's Enquirer gave the wrong location for a proposed 1,500-inmate jail. Hamilton County Commissioners are considering building a $73 million jail in Camp Washington. Reno 42 87 Richmond 60 86 Sacramento 81 96 St. Louis 68 85 St. Thomas. V.I 78 91 Salt Lake City 41 64 San Antonio 74 92 San Diego 64 73 San Francisco 55 72 San Juan. P R 77 88 St-Ste Marie 31 55 Seattle 48 71 Spokane 34 63 Tampa-St Ptrsbg ... 75 89 Tristate forecast Saturday, Oct. 5 Cincinnati: Showers Cloudy with 60 chance of rain; high 68. Clearing tonight with low of 40. Southwest winds 15 to 25 mph. Cloudy Sunday. High 58; low 39. Ohio: Showers Showers and windy; highs in mid-60s to mid-70s. Clearing tonight; lows In upper 30s to low 40s. Cloudy Sunday. Highs in 50s; lows in 40s. Kentucky: Cloudy Cloudy then clearing; highs in mid-60s to 70. Tonight, breezy and cooler with lows in mid-30s to mid-40s. Partly sunny Sunday. Highs In 50s; lows in mid-303. Indiana: Cloudy Cloudy with highs in 50s. Chance of showers tonight; lows In mid-30s to mid-40s. Cloudy Sunday then clearing. Highs in 50s; lows in mld-30s. AIR QUALITY: The air-quality index Friday afternoon was 49, considered good. The pollen count was 33, deriving mostly from grasses and ragweed. The mold count was 694. Weather bureau report For Oct. 4, 1991 1991 1990 Rec. N'l High 82 74 91 72 Low 63 56 29 49 Preclp 0 1 .7 Fort Wayne Grand Rapids Hartlord 6740 5839 5738 6239 I 7342 Iolec)0 56 73 1 20 Tstrms 6184 Mocldy 3752 TPk" 5' 54 .01 Ptcldy 3856 Sunnv 3918 Friday s Business page carried an incorrect photo. Frank E. "Bo" Wood Jr., pictured at left, is buying three radio stations from Great American Pnmmnniratinnc Cr Jackson. Miss. . Tucson 63 98 Here are the 7 a.m. river stage forecasts for today and tomorrow and yesterday's 7 a.m. reading. sunny 0299 Sunny 6194 Mocldy 4560 Ptcldv 3862 Tulsa 57 79 Washington. DC 63 85 Ptcldy 8582 Mocldy 8368 " -; r. ? W. Palm Beach 76 Ptcldv 7689 Ptcldy 7589 Ptcldy 5258 Wilkes Barre 64 76 .02 Ptcldv 5773 Youngstown 48 81 .12 Tstrms 5871 Un,iin Floodpool Vbsterday's "bday's Tomorrow's stage stage forecast forecast 5033.5 33.5 33.5 33.7 5112 13.1 13.2 13.4 5225.4 26.4 26.4 26.5 5112 12.6 12.7 12.9 Sunrise Sunset Location Maysville, Ky Meldahl Dam Cincinnati Markland Dam Moon Phaiei Highest107 at Palm Springs, Calif.; lowest1 1 at Wisdom, Mont. B, ;(L The photo with the P" story pictured his fa- 1 ther, Frank Wood Sr. Foreign cities Stockholm Clear Sydney Clear Taipei Drzl Tokyo Ptcldy Tunis Clear Vienna Clear Warsaw Clear 67 67 78 77 80 63 59 1pm 1 0pm 8pm 9pm 1pm 1pm 1pm IOI0IOI09H New Fust Otr. Full Last Ott. 7.,e oct.7 Od.15 oct.23 oct.M 7 37 a.m. 7.15 p.m. Jerusalem Tstorm Lagos Cldy Lisbon Haze London ptcldy Madrid Clear Manila Tslorm Menico City Rain Moscow Clear Nairobi Clear Nassau Clear New Delhi Clear Oslo Ptcldy Pans Clear Riyadh Clear Rome Clear Seoul Clear Singapore Haze 2pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 8pm 8pm 3pm 3pm 7am 6pm 1pm 1pm 3pm 1pm 8pm 8pm 80 80 73 81 72 80 69 54 81 82 88 53 63 95 77 81 84 Canadian cities Aberdeen Cldy Algiers Ckty Amsterdam Clear Athens Cldy Auckland Ptcldy Berlin Ptcldy Bonn Cldy Brussels Clear Cairo Clear Copenhagen Clear Dublin CWy Geneva Clear Helsinki Ckty Hong Kong Clear 52 77 61 61 53 68 62 62 90 60 56 02 54 84 1pm Noon 1pm 2pm Mdnt 1pm 1pm 1pm 2pm 1pm 1pm 1pm 2pm 8pm ii was an eauor s er-Frank E. "Bo" ror Wood Jr. The Enquirer will correct all errors of substance. If you wish to report an error or request a clarification, please call Betty Barnett, reader representative, at 369-1851 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Moon will rise at 6:16 a.m. Sunday and set at 6:16 p.m. that day. Venus will be 31 high In the ESE at 7 a.m. Jupiter will be 26 high in the E at 7 a.m. Saturn will be 29 high in the SSE at 8 p.m. Mercury and Mars will not be visible. L H. 24 48 32 48 55 75 30 49 50 70 48 59 Calgary Pwdy Edmonton Cloudy Montreal Cloudy Reglna ptcldy Toronto Cloudy Vancouver Clear

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