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A-2Weather, news in brief the Cincinnati enquirer Tuesday, October 8, 1991 TC 1 W3lti! J Today is Tuesday, Oct. 8, the :7'i;g'v ....r,-., , , h ..' ' t. '- U 51 . "- f 281st day of 1 991. There are 84 days left in the year. 1 ,.4 X ..... J-- i Musical 'Cats' marks 10 meow-velous years THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK Cats has outlasted its nine lives, and there is plenty of life left in the fabulous feline extravaganza, says its creator, Andrew Lloyd Webber. The show was to start its 10th year on Broadway with a special performance Monday night number 3,758. Among those expected at the Winter Garden Theatre are Webber, its producer, Cameron Mackintosh, and performers from the original Broadway cast, including Betty Buckley and Ken Page. A moment of silence will be observed for members of the Cars family, on stage and off, who have died since the show opened in New York on Oct. 7, 1982. Cats is Broadway's third-longest running show. It would have to run until 1996 to top A Chorus Line, which closed last year after 6,137 performances. In second place is Oh! Calcutta! (5,959 performances). Since 1981, when Cars opened in London, the musical has grossed more than $1 billion from 25 productions around the world. It has been seen by 39 million people. The show's hit tune, "Memory," became the ubiquitous saloon song of the 1980s, recorded by such stars as Barbra Streisand and Barry Manilow. Not bad for a show based on a book of poems by T.S. Eliot Old Possum 's Book of Practical Cats. The poems describe more than two dozen felines: Gus, the theatrical cat; Mistoffelees; Rum Turn Tugger; Bus-topher Jones; Rumpelteazer; Jennyanydots; wise Old Deuteronomy and more. Valerie Eliot, the poet's widow, gave Lloyd Webber bits and pieces of other material written by her husband and incorporated into the show. Despite his success with such blockbusters as Jesus Christ Superstar and Evita, Lloyd Webber had difficulty obtaining financial backing for Cars. "We opened Cats to tremendous skepticism in London," the composer said. Although plans have not been completed, there is talk of an animated film version produced by Steven t : i 2L mvJM ' Shamir blasts U.S. position on loans, talks ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES JERUSALEM: Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir on Monday accused the Bush administration of striking "against the deepest foundations of Jewish and Zionist consciousness" by postponing action on an Israeli request for $10 billion in U.S. loan guarantees. Shamir, however, signaled that his government will continue to seek U.S. approval of the aid package. In a major address to the Knesset, Israel's parliament, Shamir also outlined a tough stance on the Middle East peace conference that the Bush administration is trying to arrange. He said Israel will insist on approving in advance any Palestinians to be included in the talks. EC leaders approve Soviet aid BRUSSELS, Belgium: European Community finance ministers Monday approved about $2.4 billion in emergency food and medical aid to the Soviet Union. The finance ministers, whose action still needs final approval by the 12 EC governments, called for equal contribu- ; tions from North America and from Japan. That would produce a total aid package : of $7.2 billion. Soviet officials have said $10.2 billion is the bare minimum needed. ; Tanks cover Zaire's capital KINSHASA, Zaire: The capital resembled a city under siege Monday, with tanks and armored vehicles lining the streets in what appeared to be a preventive measure to keep mutinous soldiers from starting new riots. President Mobutu Sese Seko threatened to fire new Prime Minister Etienne Tshisekedi for trying to wrest control of 1 940: The Cincinnati Reds won the World Series in game seven as they va r;;A s?l defeated the Detroit Tigers, 2-1 , in 1 0 innings. Here, catcher Jimmie Wilson (bottom left, with bottle) and his teammates celebrate. mm 1 50 YEARS LATERl A -r1t " it t.: ' ; ti i U ?- n a - The Associated Press 1871: Fires broke out in Chicago and Peshti-go, Wis. The Chicago fire killed more than 200 people and destroyed more than 17,000 buildings. The Wisconsin blaze killed 1,500 people and scorched 1.28 million acres. 1890: American aviation hero was born in Co- Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, center, joins New York City Deputy Mayor Barbara Fife, right, and choreographer Gillian Lynne on Monday to celebrate the start of Cats' 10th year. 1941: On the southern front, German forces captured Mariupol on the Sea of Azov. 11 Eddie Rickenbacker lumbus, Ohio. 1918: Set. Alvin York almost sinele- Five-year budget might be reworked handedlv killed 25 German soldiers and captured 132 in the Argonne Forest in trance. ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES HI! UJ tdf i SiliUm 1 WASHINGTON: House Democrats, General Information 721-2700 pressured by rank-and-file lawmakers to NEWS DEPARTMENTS reshape the five-year budget agreement, Managing Editor, Thomas E. Dunning 369-1958 Deputy Managing EditorNews & Administration, Dennis Ooherty 369-1976 said Monday they would begin talks with Republicans this week that could reopen the plan. Deputy Managing EditorProjects & Planning, 'Trip of a lifetime' costs $41,500 each FORT LAUDERDALE SUN-SENTINEL FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -Some are in it for the adventure: the hot-air balloon safari over Kenya or the diving trip on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Others come for the luxury, to be pampered with the world's finest cuisine, liquors and best hotels. All the 54 people who started out from Fort Lauderdale on Monday on a round-the-world flying tour are counting on the most exquisite adventure of their lives and paying a hefty price. The 35-day, 42,700-mile trip costs $41,500 per person. "I want to go snorkeling with the sharks in Bora Bora," said Pam Smothers, 49, a free-lance writer from Los Angeles. The travelers come from across the United States and Canada. Many are retired. "Some are very well-to-do. For some, it's the trip of a lifetime," said Angela Miller, a travel agent with ' the Newport Beach, Calif., company that arranged the tour. Linda cagnetti 369-1999 of four other servicemen, whose names already are on the wall, will be changed from missing to killed in action. Ex-child star in jail again LOS ANGELES: Adam Rich, the Eight is Enough TV star who has repeatedly tangled with the law, was arrested after taking a drug-filled syringe at a hospital, po)ice said Monday. Rich, 22, was booked on narcotics-related charges and was in a county jail Monday evening, police said. Rich also appeared in court earlier Monday for allegedly violating probation. The one-time child star was taken into custody Sunday at Daniel Freeman Marina Hospital in Marina del Rey, where he had gone for treatment of a dislocated shoulder, police said. Founder of P&G unit dies Homer Jensen, 77, a pioneer in aerial searches for oil and minerals hidden underground and beneath the seas, died of cancer Saturday at his home in Wyncote, Pa. Jensen spent four decades directing surveys of every continent except Antarctica. Jensen first worked as a professional photographer in Cincinnati and founded the photographic department of the Procter & Gamble Co. More nation news, Page A-3. Health, science, Page A-5. the military from him. Mobutu and I shi-sekedi met Monday, but failed to agree in their dispute over the Cabinet portfolios for defense and security. Soldiers and national guardsmen patrolled the streets, but life in this city of 3 million people appeared to be returning to normal following riots on Sept. 23-24. Rains delay artsy umbrellas HITACHI-OTA, Japan: Conceptual artist Christo decided Monday to postpone his mammoth umbrella displays in Japan and California after heavy downpours in Japan threatened to wreck six years of painstaking preparation. Forecasts of continued heavy rains left hundreds of workers on standby, waiting to raise the 1,340 azure parasols towering over rice fields and forests in this valley 75 miles north of Tokyo. Kurds report attack from Iraq NICOSIA, Cyprus: Iraq launched a large ground and air attack against towns in Kurdish territory in northern Iraq over the weekend, killing as many as 30 people and wounding at least 350, according to reports Monday. Up to 15,000 residents of Kifri and adjoining Kafar fled when shelling began Saturday, the London office of the Kurdish Democratic Party said. More world news, Page A-4. Senior Editor, John Van Doom 369-1951 Assistant Managing EditorNews, House Budget Committee Chairman James Smith 369-1003 Leon Panetta, D-Calif., said that beginning Assistant Managing EditorFeatures-Business, Michael Roberts 369-1984 Assistant Managing EditorGraphics, today, committee members from both parties would review the budget in light of changes in the world and in the needs of the United States. James L. Dean 369-1 Biz 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 369-1 91 7 Tempo Editor, Sara Pearce 369-1992 Viet memorial to add names WASHINGTON: The names of eight U.S. servicemen will be added to the en Director of Photography, Liz Dufour 369-1952 Sports Results 749-1055 graved list on the Vietnam Veterans Me NEWS BUREAUS Trl-County, 4820 Business Center Way, Cincinnati, morial next month and honored during a Veterans Day salute, the National Parks Service said Monday. The servicemen's remains had not previously been identified by the U.S. military. Also, the inscriptions 45Z46. Local calls to 660-4270. 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 Weather Hot Line: 1-900-370-8777 Delivery and Subscription Service 651-4500 A three-day notice is required to start or stop delivery. 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 "fork 212 Dallas 214 Tampa 813 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 City Stationary Tristate forecast Tuesday, Oct. 8 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 13-200) is published daily and Sunday. Mail subscription rates are $322.40 a year daily and Sunday, $21 8 40 a year daily only, and $104.00 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 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 Barnett at 369-1851 If you see inaccurate Information or have comment about story, or call the appropriate editor listed under News Departments. Oklahoma City .. Omaha Temperatures on maps are k;J today's forecast IW rm v jr I South Bend Jr"t . i GQMQ Cleveland 1 6848 6547 I 6847 Co'S"s jj Dayton 6847 M Indianapolis Cincinnati Jf i 6545 J7047 JWT J yXouisville nlHv '-'T 7347 LexingtorTi FuinSnow Paducah 6845 ,AK A f 7347 JBtr mmm Fik Cloudy Rain 8hmtrt Storm RurriM ' Snow Sunny City L. H. Prec Akron-Canton 34 52 Albany. N.V 35 54 Albuquerque 47 81 Anchorage 28 47 Ashevllle 38 58 Atlanta 39 65 Atlantic City 36 59 Baltimore 38 60 Billings 52 75 Birmingham 34 67 Bismarck 31 82 Boise 45 78 Boston 46 56 .14 Buffalo 38 50 .05 Burlington, Vt 41 52 Charleston.SC 54 62 Charleston, W.V 35 57 Charlotte 40 63 Chattanooga 35 65 Cheyenne 43 77 Chicago 33 57 Columbia, S.C 45 66 Concord, N H 34 55 .01 Dallas-Ft. Worth 49 79 Denver 38 83 Des Moines 29 70 Detroit 39 57 Duluth'. 28 55 Evansville 33 62 Fairbanks 24 34 Fargo 30 67 Fort Wayne 36 55 Grand Rapids 38 52 Hartford 40 56 .02 Honolulu 73 91 Houston Intend 52 76 Indianapolis 31 58 Jackson. Miss 39 69 Jacksonville 55 70 Kansas City 37 74 L. H. Prec. Today Tomorrow .61 69 Haze 6588 Cloudy 6678 ..37 61 Sunny 4073 Sunny 4775 ...38 67 Sunny 4573 Sunny 5578 ...76 85 Cloudy 7383 Ptcldy 7484 ..36 56 Ptcldy 4168 Sunny 4866 ..27 60 Ptcldy 4275 Fair 4263 ..34 62 Sunny 3870 Sunny 4775 ...57 68 Sunny 5075 Ptcldy 5378 ...44 59 Sunny 4361 Sunny 4969 ..50 62 Sunny 4463 Sunny 4871 ..45 78 Sunny 5483 Sunny 5883 . 38 75 Sunny 4581 Sunny 4572 ...64 80 Ptcldy 6079 Mocldy 6581 . 42 60 Sunny 3963 Sunny 4570 ..74 104 Sunny 74102 Sunny 73101 . 38 54 Ptcldy 3563 Ptcldy 4368 ,..41 56 .27 Sunny 3455 Ptcldy 3662 . 56 71 Ptcldy 4972 Sunny 4676 ..42 57 Sunny 3860 Sunny 4268 ..38 63 Sunny 3366 Sunny 3875 ...36 87 Ptcldy 4574 Ptcldy 3867 ...44 82 Fair 4380 Sunny 3981 . 38 63 Sunny 3465 Sunny 4173 . 54 92 Sunny 52'88 Sunny 5189 . 39 65 Sunny 4876 Sunny 5377 ...72 89 Ptcldy 7890 Ptcldy 7690 . 47 82 Fair 4976 Fair 4676 ...49 80 Fair 4983 Ptcldy 6984 ...63 74 Fog 6376 Cloudy 6573 .. 55 75 Sunny 5674 Sunny 5278 ...73 88 Ptcldy 7588 Ptcldy 7588 ..37 48 .13 Ptcldy 3556 Ptcldy 3955 ..51 67 Ptcldy 4566 Fair 5069 ...39 69 Ptcldy 3564 Fair 3767 ...61 81 Ptcldy 5982 Mocldy 6584 . 37 55 Sunny 3467 Ptcldy 4669 . 34 80 Ptcldy 4885 Ptcldy 48'76 ...66 100 Sunny 6599 Sunny 6497 ...44 79 Sunny 5684 Ptcldy 6083 ..45 61 Sunny 4165 Sunny 4873 ...75 87 .02 Cloudy 7283 Ptcldy 7484 ...39 54 Sunny 3458 Sunny 4065 ..74 106 Sunny 73104 Fair 72101 , Today Tomorrow Sunny 3464 Ptcldy 4769 Ptcldy 3458 Ptcldy 3864 Fair 4683 Ptcldy 4881 Ptcldy 2841 Cloudy 3042 Sunny 2865 Sunny 3572 Sunny 4071 Sunny 4876 Sunny 4164 Sunny 4768 Sunny 3564 Sunny 4171 Ptcldy 4370 Sunny 3867 Sunny 3472 Sunny 4175 Sunny 3666 Sunny 3163 Sunny 4372 Sunny 4373 Sunny 4260 Sunny 4768 Ptcldy 3860 Ptcldy 4765 Ptcldy 3754 Ptcldy 4063 Sunny 4372 Sunny 5077 Sunny 3367 Sunny 4374 Sunny 3468 Sunny 4075 Sunny 3772 Sunny 4275 Ptcldy 4574 Ptcldy 3865 Sunny 3969 Ptcldy 4668 Sunny 3573 Sunny 4077 Sunny 3157 Ptcldy 3266 Fair 56'83 Fair 5984 Fair 4577 Ptcldy 4371 Ptcldy 4677 Ptcldy 4770 Ptcldy 3765 Ptcldy 4467 Ptcldy 3964 Fair 3959 Sunny 3870 Sunny 4873 Mocldy 2230 Mocldy 1832 Sunny 4065 Sunny 3360 Sunny 3463 Sunny 4267 Ptcldy 3765 Ptcldy 4563 Sunny 3560 Sunny 3970 Sunny 7290 ' Sunny 72'90 Ptcldy 5180 Sunny 5482 Sunny 3765 Sunny 4570 Sunny 3977 Sunny 4381 Sunny 4875 Ptcldy 5379 Sunny 5081 Sunny 5377 Sunny 3871 Sunny 4275 Fair 8593 Sunny 6592 Sunny 3968 Sunny 4573 Sunny 4678 Sunny 5281 Reno., St. thomas, V.I. Salt Lake City .. San Francisco .. Cincinnati: Sunny Mostly sunny with high near 70. Southwest wind 10 to 20 mph. Tonight, mostly clear with low of 45 to 50. Wednesday, mostly sunny with a high near 75. Ohio: Sunny Mostly sunny with highs from mid-60s to near 70. Tonight, mostly clear with lows 45 to 50. Wednesday, partly to mostly sunny with highs In upper 60s north to near 75 south. Kentucky: Sunny Sunny, highs 65 to 75. Mostly clear tonight with lows In 40s. Mostly sunny, pleasant Wednesday; highs 70 to 75. Indiana: Sunny Sunny and warmer; highs from lower 60s north to 70 south. Becoming partly cloudy north tonight; clear rest of state. Lows in mid- to upper 40s. Partly sunny Wednesday; mostly sunny central and south. Highs from mid-60s north to mid-70s south. AIR QUALITY: The pollen count Monday was 5, derived mostly from grasses and ragweed. The mold count was 1,139. The air-quality Index was 27, which is good. Weather bureau report For Oct. 7, 1991 MIES 7047 I 74403 I 70403 I 60s40s I 603403 Friflaw Raturviiiv Tulsa Washington. DC. Knoxvllle 34 Las Vegas 65 Lexington 35 Ohio River levels Here are the 7 a.m. river stage forecasts for today and tomorrow and yesterday's 7 a.m. reading. Floodpool Vesterday's txjay's Tomorrow's Location stage stage forecast forecast Maysville, Ky 5033.5 33.6 33.7 33.6 MeldahlDam 5112 13.4 13.4 13.2 Cincinnati 5225.4 26.5 26.5 26.4 MarklandDam 5112 13.1 13.2 13.0 Moon Phase Sunrise Sunset Little Rock , Hlgh108 at Palm Springs, Calif,; low20 at Gunnison, Colo. The photos of Angela Marie Jackson and Elizabeth Anne Jackson were inadvertently switched in Sunday's Enquirer. They are two of the three finalists in the General Scholarship category of the Golden Galaxy awards. An incorrect phone number was included in a list of seminars in the Business Monday section. The correct number for Equitable Financial Cos. is 762-7737. Foreign cities Stockholm Clear 1pm 57 Sydney Clear 10pm 68 Taipei Ptcldy 8pm 73 Tokyo Rain 9pm 65 Tunis Ptcldy 1pm 77 Vienna Clear 1pm 71 Warsaw Clear 1pm 66 OIQXXDeH 75 74 59 87 63 68 64 79 76 89 53 58 100 64 67 57 2pm" 1pm 1pm 1pm 8pm 8pm 3pm 3pm 7am 6pm 1pm 1pm 3pm 1pm 2pm 9pm 8pm Jerusalem Ptcldy Lisbon Clear London Cldy Madrid Clear Manila Clear Menlco City Cldy Moscow Clear Nairobi Ptcldy Nassau Clear New Delhi Clear Oslo Clear Paris Clear Riyadh Ptcldy Rome Tstorm Sarsevo Clear Seoul Clear Singapore Cldy Fust Otr Full Last Otr. 7:14 a.m. 7:11 p.m.1 Canadian cities Oct.7 Oct. 15 Oct 23 Oct.30 51 76 57 72 59 63 57 51 82 55 57 55 57 79 1pm Noon 1pm 2pm Mdnt 1pm 1pm 1pm 2pm 1pm tpm 1pm 2pm 8pm L. H. Aberdeen Rain Algiers...., Clear Amsterdam Clear Athens Cldy Auckland Cldy Berlin Clear Bonn Cldy Brussels Cldy Cairo Ptcldy Copenhagen Ptcldy Dublin Ptcldy Qenevi Ptcldy Helsinki Cldy Hong Kong Clear i 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. Rec. N'l 89 71 27 47 The moon will rise at 8:32 a.m. and set at 7:16 p.m. Mercury and Mars will not be visible. Venus will be 32" high In the ESE at 7 a.m. Jupiter will be 29 high in the E at 7 a.m. Saturn will be 29 high In the SSE at 8 p.m. 1991 57 34 .0 1990 74 59 Trace 53 73 40 73 40 58 36 81 35 S3 45 60 Calgary Clear Edmonton Ptcldy Montreal Ptcldy Reglna Clear Toronto Clear Vancouver Clear High Low Precip.. V

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