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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1997 THE PALM BEACH POST Astronauts prep ) Newsmakers for outer-space construction job Houston Chronicle .Strom Thurmond to get 95th birthday bash from Austria -L. ' Wot firati Pas Wire Services r- Sen. Strom Thurmond, R-S.C, the oldest per-- '$m to serve in Congress, turns 95 on Friday, . - ahd it's just as well that the Senate is not in ses-' "sion, in view of the planned T-rnTTrmN The Columbia astronauts Drf4 pared Tuesday for an overnight spacewalk and at r .... : l u: 1 c An,, : f 0 .a - novel rODOUCS experiment uicu xu-uajr sunn-? mission sailed into the home stretch. Early today, astronauts Winston Scott and Takao Doi were to embark on a five-hour spacewalk during which they planned to assemble and operate a 17.5-foot equipment crane destined for the U.S.-led international space station. At the end of the excursion, Scott was to join with chnttle nilnt Sfpve I jndsev in the test of Sorint a celebrations. The Austrian -. ' ambassador to the United Sates, Helmut Tuerk, is giving reception on Thursday at ' ffJs embassy for Thurmond. 'The two met this year at a Viennese opera, and the sena-' ; '.tor's spokesman said, "He .'got a kick out of meeting ' "someone 94 years old out ; with his 23-year-old daughter, - ' Julie." Thurmond has three ' " a iti. .... ... . y Thurmond P - A' V ft , THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mother of baby found in trash discovered ST. PETERSBURG Nurse Kim DeCesare tends to 'Baby Nicholas', who was found in a trash bin Monday at Northeast High School. A school surveillance camera led police to a lOth-grader, who Tuesday admitted to having given birth to the boy in a school restroom. The baby, who was ice cold and barely breathing when found, was stable Tuesday. remote-control, free-flying robot equipped with cameras. The $3 million device is a prototype for a machine that could conduct maintenance inspections of the orbital laboratory in lieu of spacewalking astronauts. ? The spacewalk was to be the second for Scott and Doi on the lengthy Columbia flight, which is scheduled to end early Friday. 4 . Their work with the crane is viewed as especially critical by space station program officials. During their spacewalk a week ago, Scott and Doi found the span of the crane more flexible than they anticipak ed, creating difficulty as the spacewalkers tried to fasten a 5()5pound test load. ' X "What we will do is expand our experience base from the first time," said Scott, who has been primed on several different ways to fasten and move S lighter test load. H. . NASA said it plans the installation of a similar but less flexible crane on the space station soon after orbital assembly begins in mid-1998. During a news conference Tuesday, shuttle commander Kevin Kregel praised his crew and the dozens of ground-based researchers and flight controllers for what he characterized as a "highly successful" mission. Though disappointed by the difficulties that kept the shuttle's Spartan solar observatory from conducting studies of the sun, Kregel noted the $10 million spacecraft had been successfully retrieved by Scott and Doi on their first spacewalk. The satellite can be reflown on another mission, he noted.1 Gorbachev goes capitalist with Pizza Hut ad The New York Times MOSCOW The last leader of the Soviet Union was unable to prevent the collapse of communism. So now he has conspicuously taken his place on the winning side. Mikhail Gorbachev, 66, has shot a commercial endorsement for Pizza Hut. Gorbachev agreed to sit down at a table with his granddaughter in the Moscow outlet of Pizza Hut and pay tribute to capitalism and its greasiest offshoot: American fast food. Gorbachev said he was not exactly sure how much he was being paid, but some reports indicate his fee is close to $1 million. Explaining that he badly needed the money to finance his foundation, a research institute that bears his name, Gorbachev said in an interview Tuesday that he had declined many other offers to endorse products but made an exception for Pizza Hut. "I thought that it is a people's matter food," he said. "This is why if my name works for the benefit of consumers, to hell with it I can risk it." ' ' ' Children: Strom Jr., 25; Julie, " and Paul, 21. Thurmond will spend his actual birthday in Columbia, S.C., and will present law ' ,' enforcement awards and plant a tree at the ' sHatehouse. In the evening, Gov. David M. Beas- , ltty is giving a reception in the governor's man-; ' Slpn to raise money for a monument to him. . trademark sought for Princess Diana M Princess Diana's charity fund is trying to stop . exploitation of her image by applying to make h$r likeness a trademark. Since Diana's death '. jug. 31, her picture has appeared on a several , types of souvenirs, from thimbles to T-shirts. 'This action is being taken as a preventative . ' -i&ove, prompted by the extensive misappropria--, Iwn of her image," said Kate Knightley Day, ' .spokeswoman for the law firm Mishcon de Beya, which represents the Diana, Princess of - ;yales Memorial Fund. The fund was estab- -lfied to accept donations in memory of the . princess. The money, now more than $50.4 mil-; - jion, is to be used for charities the princess sup--. parted. The lawyers acknowledged the trade- mark application was "highly unusual" but said it would not affect honest use of Diana's image irithe media. . . Amistad documents on display ; J The National Archives in Washington, D.C., ; is taking advantage of the release this month of i trie Steven Spielberg movie Amistad. TheAr-! , cllwes opened a display Tuesday of original ; &cuments connected with the real-life slavery ; tfiry depicted in the film. The Amistad was a ; : Spanish schooner that entered U.S. waters in ; ; j39, after its cargo of kidnapped Africans from , 5rra Leone mutinied off Cuba. After almost two years of legal wrangling, the U.S. Supreme ' Cjjurt ruled the slave trade was illegal and that ' the Africans should go free and be allowed to ; ijtjurn to Africa. Morgan Freeman, Anthony Hop-; ijins and Matthew McConaughey headline the !jpielberg film, which opens Dec. 10. : jivine to do double duty ' After more than 25 seasons with New York's -Metropolitan Opera, music director James Levine will be taking on a second job as chief conductor of the Munich Philharmonic. The city council voted to hire Levine, 54, despite opposition over his request for a salary of $289,000 a year plus $34,680 for each of his 24 performances per season a grand total of more than $1.1 million. Levine told Munich officials "it will be a tremendously exciting assignment. Today's forecast vi Jacksonville 7255 Tallahassee ', 7,362 i TODAY Partly cloudy and warm conditions. High 80. Low 67. ST, LUCIE COUNTY o a o; First Full Last New J' Dec. 7 Dec. 13 Dec. 21 Dec. 29! WED THU FRI Sunrise 6:53 a.m. 6:54 a.m. 6:55 am.' Sunset 5:27 p.m. 5:27 p.m. 5:27 pm. Moonrise9:51 a.m. 10:41 a.m. 11.27 am Moonset 9:04 p.m. 10:04 p.m. 11:05 p.M Orlando 7869 i 1 1 Tampa a 7ob9 I Fort Thurtday A chance of showers and thunderstorms. High 82. Low 69. Friday Morning showers, then partly cloudy and pleasant. High 80. Low 56. Okeechobee , 7963 Fort Pierce I I 7765 i Port I StUicle ' f 7866 J i i-j 1 Stuart f M 7866 j Fort Myers Lauderdale 8168 Miami 8170 MARTIN COUNTY Indiantown 7965 SOLUNAR TABLES , AM P M ' DAY . MIn' MAJ MIN MAJ '. Wednesday7:47 1:34 8:15 2:01 ' Thursday 8:48 2:34 9:15 3:01 Friday 9:47 3:34 10:14 3:01 . Fish and game seem to be more active at certain times during the lunar period. The major periods last 1 12 to 2 hours after the time listed. Minor penods are shorter. Through 8 p.m. at West Palm Beach TEMPERATURES High 78 Low 54 Record High (1977) 87 Record Low 11956) 43 Surf temperature 76 RAINFALL Tuesday 0.00" Month to date 0.01" Normal month to date 0.22" Year to date 57.12" Normal year to date 58.48" Lake Okeechobee water level : 15.56 ft. Average 14.68 ft. HEAT TIME TEMP INDEX WIND HUM 8pm 62 62 Calm 78 9pm 59 59 Calm 87 10pm '67 57 Calm 93 11pm 57 57 NW4 87 Midnight 57 55 NW5 80 lam 57 57 Calm 80 2am 57 57 NW4 80 3am 55 51 NW6 86 4am 55 51 NW6 86 5am 55 55 Calm 86 6am 55 53 N5 86 7am 55 55 ' N4 86 8am 59 59 NW4 87 9am 66 63 NW6 73 10am 71 69 N6 68 11am 73 76 NE4 64 Noon 75 77 VR5 64 lpm 75 78 NE10 69 2pm -75 78 NE9 69 3pm 77 78 E10 54 4pm 75 77 E9 58 5pm 73 76 E9 62 6pm 73 76 E8 64 7pm 71 67 E8 68 If PALM BEACH COUNTY 1 Jupiter Belle Glade 8067 8068 0-50 Good, 51-100 Moderate. 101-200 Unhealthful, 201-300 Very Unhealthful, 301 Hazardous. POLLUTION INDEX: 43, good, caused by ozone. Li Wellington west i ""' Palm f J Beach I , 1 8067 -f i POLLEN INDEX: 16 on a scale of 0 to 201, which is low; it was caused by oak tree pollen. MOLDS: 2500, which is low. 24-hour air quality recording, 355-3962 AREA TUESDAY TODAY HI U Pep HI U Wea Cocoa Beach 78560.00 7662t Coral Springs na77na 8168pc Daytona 76500.00 7560t Fort Laud. 79570.00 8168pc Fort Myers 79520.00 7961pc Gainesville 74430.00 7555t Hollywood 79560.00 8169pc Homestead 77590.00 8169pc Jacksonville - 71460.00 7255t Key West 75650.00 7972pc Lakeland 76470.00 7858t Melbourne 78520.00 7664t Miami Beach 78600.00 8170pc Naples 81510.00 8064pc Ocala 76460.00 7757t Ortando 77500.00 7859t Pensacola 66500.00 6853t Sarasota 74590.00 7959t Tallahassee 71410.00 7352t Tampa 73510.00 7859t Vero Beach 76530.00 7765pc Boynton Beach f , r f 8068 Delray Beach J 8068 N. Florida Central S. Florida Flonda Keys TODAY HI U Wea 68-7552-61t 76-7958-66t 78- 8160-70pc 79- 8170-72pc Thursday HI Lo Wea 5&7646-60A 78-8158-66t 80- 8262-71t 80-8271-73t r Boca J Correction Because of a reporting error, Tuesday's Palm Beach Post incorrectly listed the time the Gibson Observatory would be open at the South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach. The public can view the planetary alignment from dusk to 10 p.m. Friday only. FLORIDA LOTTERY Today's rating: 4, which is low. Burning will occur after the highlighted exposure. Raton N. Florida k 8068 . .i- Central VERY HIGH I UGH j MOOBWE LOW WW. UGHT 4to6 7a5 10ID12 1520 30 SKH mtiUBS mnjtes mnutes mruss mrues DARK lesslhanSO 30to40 50c 60 75B 90 2hous SKM mnutes mrues mutes mnutes V S. Florida Florida Keys TODAY HIGH LOW. m. p.m. a.m. p.m TIDES Palm Beach Inlet Palm Beach Ocean Jupiter Inlet Boynton Inlet Boca Raton Inlet St. Lucie Fort Pierce Inlet FORECAST wmvi -;,, -,:,,;,-;;- i TODAY Bogota 6846 Jerusalem 6448 Panama City 9366 Acapulco 9174 Bonn 3732 Johannesburg 8053 Paris 4034 Amsterdam 4337 Buenos Aires 7460 Karachi 7657 Port au Prince 9073 Ankara 5041 Cairo ?461 Kingston 9082 Rio 8567 Athens 6155 Cancun 8967 Lima 7465 Riyadh 7057 Auckland 6865 Caracas 8865 Lisbon 6959 Rome 5745 Bangkok 9679 Dublin 4232 London 4033 San Juan 8875 Barbados 8874 Geneva 4132 Madrid 6045 Seoul 2821 Barcelona 6847 Guam nana Manila 8767 Stockholm 3430 Beijing 2523 Havana 8264 Mexico City 7148 Sydney 7870 Beirut 7261 Helsinki 2317 Moscow 147 Tel Aviv 7855 Belgrade 5244 Hong Kong 6161 Munich 3730 Tokyo 5650 Berlin 4030 Istanbul 5750 Nassau 8466 Vienna 4638 Bermuda 7263 Jakarta nana Oslo 3030 Warsaw 4036 TUESDAY HI Lo Pep 37110.00 36320.00 37140.00 36250.00 34320.00 30270.00 27210.00 34200.00 3240.00 37250.00 45290.00 28240.00 10:12 10:22 4:04 9:51 10:01 3:34 10:27 10:37 3:53 11:38 11:48 6:01 10:59 11:09 5:05 9:42 9:52 3:38 10:03 10:13 3:38 WIND TODAY HI Lo Wea 4819s 3430sf 2712s 3025w 3430sf 2819pc 3418s 2821pc 289s 4125sh 5031s 1810pc THURSDAY HIGH LOW a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. 11:00 11:16 4:52 5:27 10:39 10:55 4:22 4:57 11:15 11:31 4:41 5:16 12:26 6:49 7:24 11:47 5:53 6:28 10:30 10:46 4:26 5:01 10:51 11:07 4:26 5:01 SEA CONDITIONS 01 ft. 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