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A-2Weather, news in brief THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Friday, October II, 1991 TC Today is Friday, October 1 1, 1 991, the 284th day of 1 991. There are 81 days left in the year. I"" '. in. mump ii.,iiuii UI.II.U. n" ii. iji.mii i m '."" ' 111 - IJ -'". "" ' " '"" i mi' .1 m . ' , - - ' ' '' K " V N 7 ' : v fc" j I ' V l , T' ' ' ' ' ' 9 VS Jf , V 9 'V , A Reservists owe U.S. millions ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES INDIANAPOLIS: The Defense Department has ordered thousands of Army reservists and National Guardsmen to repay overpaid housing allowances given when they were returning from the Gulf War. The overpayments could total millions of dollars, said a spokeswoman for the Defense Finance and Accounting Service-Indianapolis Center at Fort Benjamin Harrison. Most of the problem was blamed on soldiers receiving an entire month's benefits even though they served only a fraction of the month before being sent home. Fired worker kills four RIDGEWOOD.N. J.: A fired postal worker . 1 884: Eleanor Roosevelt was born in New York City. beleaguered parks now face, the head of the agency said Thursday. The new unit will consider recommendations ranging from a It increase in the gas tax to improved education for park rangers. Fees for back-country hikers and rock climbers, as well as legislation to protect parks from outside development, were among the recommendations. Trade offer rejected WASHINGTON: The Bush administration rejected a conciliatory trade proposal from China as inadequate Thursday and threatened harsh penalties -unless the Chinese commit within a year to removing trade barriers. Carla Hills, the U.S. Trade representative, announced her office was starting an investigation into China's trade practices under the Trade Act of 1974. Effectively, that means negotiations will continue under the threat of penalties, typically 100 import duties on selected goods, if China does not open its markets to American goods. Tampering suspected HATFIELD, Pa.: Everfresh Inc. is asking people in 18 states, including Ohio, to check 10-ounce bottles of their grapefruit juice for tampering. About 30 bottles in eastern Pennsylvania were found with holes in the lids and one man reported stomach cramps after drinking from one such bottle. Code numbers on all affected bottles begin with C-1225. mm 1 50 YEARS LATER 1811: The first steam-powered ferryboat, the Juliana, was put into operation by inventor John Stevens between New York City and Hoboken, N.J. 1890: The ' Daughters of the American Revolution was founded in Washington D.C. 1932: The first political telecast in the United States took place as the Democratic National The Associated PressVincent Yu A Vietnamese girl looks through a fence locked with handcuffs at a detention camp in Hong Kong Thursday. About 64,000 await screening for resettlement overseas or repatriation to Vietnam. armed with two machine guns, grenades and a samurai sword went on a rampage Thursday, killing four people, including a 4 :&",i it? r j- ! ... 1941: The Red Army called on Britain to open a second front in the West to draw off German strength from the Soviet campaign. Canada restricted consumer credit purchases to allow the diversion of more factory capacity to war production. 3 Yugoslavs Shelling shakes zoo animals Bush backs porn fight f lpflVP Croatia former Harris supervisor who had accused him of harassment, police said. Joseph Harris, 35, killed the woman and her boyfriend at their home, then went to the post office, where he killed two mail handlers, authorities said. He surrendered there after a 4'2-hour standoff during which he set off two small explosives, police said. Parks tackle problems VAIL, Colo.: A strategic planning force will be created in the National Park Service to help solve some of the threats the WASHINGTON: President Bush decried pornography Thursday and exhorted a religious coalition to "keep up the good fight" against obscenity. ' "This horror must stop," Bush told the Religious Alliance Against Pornography at a White House finale for its two-day national conference. More national news, Pages A-3-7. WASHINGTON POST OSIJEK, Yugoslavia Suzanna, an Indian elephant, has been losing weight since the shelling started. She used to enjoy swiping ladies' purses and using her nimble trunk to search for sweets. But with Croatia in the midst of a civil war, explosions have replaced visitors in the Osijek Zoo and Suzanna, age 40, has been off her hay. Rex, a Siberian tiger, managed to get out of town before a rocket-propelled grenade ripped holes in his pen. His Croatian keepers will tell you that Rex escaped and is at large in the nearby Serbian-occupied woods. There, he is said to dine on the Serbian volunteers and federal Yugoslav soldiers who' fire the shells. In truth, the tiger was trucked away and is eating beef in a Hungarian zoo. "They react to shelling just like human beings," explained Ante Pravdic, who has been feeding and caring for animals at the Osijek Zoo for 25 years. mmmmm Committee sponsored a program from CBS in New York. 1962: Pope John XXIII convened the first session of the Roman Catholic Church's 21st Ecumenical Council, also known as Vatican II. 1968: Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo mission, was launched with astronauts Wally Schirra, Donn Fulton Eisele and R. Walter Cunningham on board. 1979: Allan McLeod Cormack and Godfrey Newbold Hounsfield were named co-recipients of the Nobel Prize for medicine for their work in developing the CAT scan X-ray. 1984: Space shuttle Challenger astronaut Kathy Sullivan became the first American woman to walk in space. College seen as unaffordable ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES THE HAGUE, Netherlands: Yugoslavia's army agreed in principle Thursday to withdraw from Croatia within a month, and Croat militants pledged to lift their blockades of army barracks in the secessionist republic. The accord appeared to offer the best chance yet for halting the 3'2-month-old civil war, which has pitted Croat militants against ethnic Serb guerrillas supported by Serbia and the Serb-dominated federal army. Yeltsin returns home to criticism, turmoil MOSCOW: Russian leader Boris Yeltsin returned home late Thursday after a 17-day absence from the capital during which his government was swept by feuding and uncertainty over economic reform. Yeltsin had been in the Black Sea resort of Sochi since late September recuperating from a One reason may be widely published data showing "the earnings gap between degree holders and others is substantial and growing," said Peter Buchanan, president of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, which commissioned the poll. But 74 of adults of all ages say they couldn't afford college without some kind of financial help. That's up from 70 in 1986. USA TODAY More people think a college education is important than thought so five years ago but fewer think they can afford it, says a poll to be released today. A degree is "very important" to getting a job and career advancement, say 73 of 1,012 adults polled by Gallup this June. That's up from 58 when the question was asked five years ago. heart condition. Russian Vice President Alexander Rutskoi said Thursday that he had been unable to reach Yeltsin by telephone on 12 occasions the past two weeks, Tass reported. Germans planning immigration camps BONN, Germany: Seeking to check violence against foreigners while halting a flood of immigration, German leaders announced Thursday they would . place tens of thousands of new refugees in camps. More than 500 attacks against foreigners, including beatings and firebombings, have been reported since January. Politicians contend refugees would be easier to protect if clustered in camps. t Under the plan, to go into effect early next year, the government will use about 90 army barracks around the country, each capable of housing up to 500 people. More world news, Page A-8. Weather Hot Line: 1-900-370-8777 Cold 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. Los Angeles 213 Miami 305 NewVbrk 212 Atlanta 404 Boston 617 Chicago 312 Dallas 214 Denver 303 TamDa 813 Rotary callers: Hear Cincinnati weather. Washington D.C. 202 Cost: 75 cents for first minute; 50 cents for each additional minute TemperaturesU.S. cities W A,A Stationary City L. H. Prec. Today Tomorrow General Information 721-2700 NEWS DEPARTMENTS Managing Editor, Thomas E. Dunning 369-1958 Deputy Managing EditorNews & Administration, Dennis Doherty 369-1976 Deputy Managing EditorProjects & 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 ol 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. 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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 tee Inaccurate Information or have comment about story, or call the appropriate editor Mated under Newt Departments. City L. H. Prec, Los Angeles 65 95 Louisville 63 69 .34 Memphis 58 80 Miami Beach 75 84 .08 Milwaukee 45 59 Mpls-St. Paul 35 58 Nashville 47 New Orleans 52 Temperatures on maps are 1 today's forecast Pk South Bend V II 6545 Cleveland W M45 6040 I 6344 Co'"n"s 1 . Dayton 6545 Ji Indianapolis Cincinnati iff 7047 jJ65J45 jFMfei ) .ouisville a nT L-rr 6750 Lexington . RilrvSoow Paducah 6550 JfeH- L f 7450 J$f y New York City 55 73 Norfolk, Va 52 78 Oklahoma City 57 85 Omaha 43 77 Orlando 70 86 Philadelphia 52 75 Phoenix 75 105 Pittsburgh 53 50 Portland. Maine 51 63 Portland, Ore 45 85 Providence 49 68 Raleigh Durham 49 76 Rapid City 44 85 Reno .4i 84 Richmond 52 77 Sacramento 69 100 St. Louis 55 73 St. Thomas, V.I 75 87 Salt Lake City 45 76 San Antonio 55 88 San Diego 64 92 San Francisco 63 96 San Juan, P R 76 93 St-Ste. Marie 36 54 Seattle 47 76 Spokane 40 77 Today Cloudy 4257 Ptcldy 4960 Fair 4685 Sunny 2441 Ptcldy 4368 Ptcldy 5476 Ptcldy 5969 Ptcldy 5268 Sunny 4886 Sunny 4875 Sunny 4275 Sunny 4582 Cloudy 5568 Ptcldy 4257 Ptcldy 4957 Ptcldy 5877 Ptcldy 4665 Ptcldy 5472 Ptcldy 4871 Sunny 4375 Mocldy 4366 Ptcldy 5575 Rain 4760 Fair 6089 Fair 4580 Mocldy 4774 Cloudy 38'58 Cloudy 4055 Sunny 4273 Sunny 1232 Ptcldy 4368 Mocldy 4166 Cloudy 3959 Cloudy 5066 Sunny 7267 Sunny 5388 Ptcldy 4170 Sunny 4778 Sunny 5883 Sunny 5178 Ptcldy 48(69 Ptcldy 65(94 Sunny 4565 Sunny 5266 Tomorrow Shwrs 4252 Shwrs 4559 Fair 4883 Sunny 2441 Ptcldy 4169 Sunny 5276 Mocldy 5565 Ptcldy 4765 Sunny 5063 Sunny 5175 Sunny 4073 Fair 4580 Shwrs 5464 Shwrs 4250 Shwrs 4254 Sunny 5578 Mocldy 4560 Ptcldy 5073 Sunny 4673 Sunny 4276 Mocldy 4457 Sunny 5077 Rain 4658 Fair 6188 Fair 4782 Ptcldy 4464 Shwrs 4153 Cloudy 3550 Ptcldy 4763 Sunny 1835 Ptcldy 3864 Cloudy 4353 Cloudy 4253 Shwrs 4763 Sunny 7388 Sunny 57(88 Mocldy 4758 Sunny 5180 Ptcldy 5584 Sunny 5070 Sunny 4671 Ptcldy 6692 Sunny 5062 Sunny 5564 Akron-Canton 53 Albany, N.Y 52 Albuquerque 54 Anchorage 32 Asheville 36 Atlanta 57 Atlantic City 44 Baltimore 46 Billings .'. 52 Birmingham 46 Bismarck 33 Boise 49 Boston ...52 Buflalo 51 Burlington. Vt 52 Charleston, SC 63 Charleston, W.V 47 Charlorte 51 'Chattanooga 42 Cheyenne 40 Chicago 42 Columbia, S.C 55 Concord, N.H 50 Dallas-Ft. Worth 53 Denver ... 42 Des Moines 42 Detroit 50 Duluth 32 Evansvllle 53 Fairbenks 22 Fargo 36 Fort Wayne 51 Grand Rapids 37 Hartford 46 Honolulu 71 Houston Intend 51 Indianapolis 54 Jackson, Miss 44 Jacksonville 67 Kansas City 45 Knoxville 46 ' Las Vegas 67 Lexington 49 Little Rock 62 60 .33 70 65 37 73 76 74 75 64 78 81 81 69 68 .69 71 .35 78 75 75 73 .01 80 65 80 70 91 82 68 64 .05 49 72 .27 33 75 66 62 71 87 85 69 .17 83 84 75 72 97 65 81 Ptcldy 78100 Ptcldy 6884 Sunny 4467 Sunny 5054 Sunny 5478 Sunny 5678 Ptcldy 7488 Sunny 6888 Mocldy 4461 Mocldy 4353 Ptcldy 4464 Ptcldy 4060 Sunny 4673 Sunny 4873 Sunny 5681 Sunny 5983 Ptcldy 5569 Shwrs 5266 Ptcldy 5973 Ptcldy 5573 Sunny 5563 Sunny 5683 Sunny 4579 Sunny 4370 Sunny 6685 Sunny 6166 Ptcldy 5469 Mocldy 5063 Sunny 76102 Sunny 72101 Mocldy 4258 Mocldy 4253 Rain 5059 Rain 4858 Sunny 4981 Mocldy 6187 Cloudy 5367 Shwrs 5165 Ptcldy 5173 Ptcldy 4970 Sunny 4783 Sunny 4785 Ptcldy 4183 Ptcldy 4379 Ptcldy 5370 Ptcldy 4968 Sunny 6192 Sunny 5888 Sunny 5377 Sunny 5170 Ptcldy 7689 Ptcldy 7689 Fair 4578 Ptcldy 4682 Sunny 5489 Sunny 5789 Ptcldy 6585 Ptcldy 6474 Ptcldy 5778 Sunny 5772 Ptcldy 7588 Ptcldy 7588 Shwrs 3451 Shwrs 3446 Fair 5073 Mocldy 5066 Sunny 4278 Ptcldy 4271 Ptcldy 6683 Ptcldy 6582 Ptcldy 3859 Cloudy 4053 Sunny 4985 Sunny 5482 Sunny 7098 Sunny 6495 Sunny 5988 Sunny 56'65 Ptcldy 5570 Ptcldy 52(67 Ptcldy 7187 Sunny 6687 Mocldy 4861 Shwrs 4555 Sunny 76105 Sunny 72103 ; lowest21, Randolph, Utah. Tristate forecast Friday, Oct. 1 1 Cincinnati: Cloudy Mostly cloudy today with a 30 chance of showers. High of 65. Mostly cloudy tonight with a chance of showers. Low around 45. A 40 chance of rain. Becoming partly sunny and fairer Saturday. High 55 to 60. Ohio: Cloudy Mostly cloudy today with possible showers. Highs 55 to 65. Scattered showers also likely tonight. Lows from the upper 30s to the mid-40s. Highs In the 50s on Saturday. Kentucky: Sunny Mostly sunny today with highs from 65 to 75. Becoming partly cloudy tonight; chance of scattered showers. Lows 45 to 50. Indiana: Cloudy Mostly cloudy with highs from the mld-60s to the mid-70s. Lows tonight from 40 to 45 with a chance of showers. AIR QUALITY: The air-quality index was 43, which is good. Thursday's pollen count was 13, derived mostly from ragweed and grass. The mold count was unavailable. Rtln Shomri Storm RurriM Snow Sunny 6545 I 6043 I 63303 I 70403 I 7255 Tampa-St.Ptrsbg..68 88 Toledo 49 65 Topeka 43 78 .37 Here are the 7 a.m. river stage forecasts for today and tomorrow and yesterday's 7 a.m. reading. 'bday's forecast rucson 71 98 Tulsa 57 eo Washington, D.C 53 75 W Palm Beach 73 86 .09 Wilkes Barre 47 72 Y"nn 77 107 Highest113, Gillespie Field, Calit, Roodpool Yesterday's stage stage 5033.5 33.5 5112 13.1 5225.4 26.2 5112 130 Tomorrow's forecast 33.5 13.0 26.2 12.9 Sunset - Location Maysville, Ky Meldahl Dam Cincinnati Markland Dam Moon Phaeet 33.5 13.1 26.2 12.9 Sunrise Foreign cities 63 70 65 93 62 64 10pm 8pm 9pm 1pm 1pm 1pm Sydney Clear Taipei Clear Tokyo Rain Tunis Clear Vienna Cldy Warsaw Ptcldy fllOlCDlOffl I . fM. ... M t I First Otr. Full '-a. CI. C.dl Last Otr. New Weather bureau report For Oct. 10, 1991 London Hue M Rain M Clear Mexico City Ckty Moscow Clear Nairobi ptckty Nassau CMy New Delhi Clear N, Cldy Oslo Cldy p"s Ptcldy RlVdh Clear "orne Clear Suevo Fog Sooul ciesr Slngspore Hia Stockholm clear 7:44 a.m. 7:06 p.m. 1pm 65 1pm 63 6pm 83 8pm 67 3pm 56 3pm 83 7am 78 6pm 90 1pm 76 1pm 53 1pm 73 3pm 98 1pm 77 2pm 45 9pm 64 pm 82 1pm 52 Oct. 15 Oct.23 Oct 30 Nov.6 53 97 66 It 55 71 66 70 60 57 60 55 79 72 57 Canadian cities Aberdeen Drzl Algiers Clear Amsterdam Ptcldy Athens Clear Auckland Clear Berlin Clear Bonn Ptcldy Brussels Ptcldy Casablsnci Rain Dublin Cldy Geneva Ptcldy Helsinki Clear Hong Kong Clear Jerusalem Ptcldy Lisbon Cldy 1pm Noon 1pm 2pm Mdnt 1pm 1pm 1pm Noon 1pm 1pm 2pm 8pm 2pm 1pm L. H. v 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 throughFriday. Rec. N'l 89 69 30 46 1991 63 54 .35 1990 66 48 .95 High Low Preclp.. Calgary....; Cloudy Edmonton Clear Montreal Cloudy Reglna Clear Toronto Rain Vancouver Clear 58 72 41 77 47 62 41 69 46 71 49 63 The moon will rise at 11:45 a.m. and set at 9:12 p.m. Mercury and Mars will not be visible. Venus will be 33s high in the ESE at 7 a.m. Jupiter will be 30" high In the E at 7 a.m. Saturn wHUpe 29 high In the SSE at 8 p.m. v -: fi 1;

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