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A-2 Saturday, March 19. 1988THE COURIER-NEWS WEATHER PEOPLE Central Jersey forecast Pierre Trudeau's ex-wife arrested on drug charges KEY: (cloudy); PC (partly cloudy); UC (mostly cloudy); (sunny); PS (partly sunny); MS (mostly sunny); SF (snow Humes); SH (showers); SN (snow); (rain); I (ice) iGlen Gardner 291 8 'SF y-S-. Bemardswlle 3020PS I Plainfield jy. I 30'20'PS I 2432PS tZf Yesteiday Former Canadian Prime Minister PIERRE TRUDEAU'S ex-wife, MARGARET KEMPER, has been charged with marijuana possession, her lawyer said. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police charged her in provincial court yesterday after finding a package at her home in Ottawa last Friday.
Clinton Somerville 281 9SF 3123PS She denies the offense and is 1 Yesterday 4433SF I Piscateway I Edlson I 3125PS 3326PS anxious to get this matter cleared up in court," said the lawyer, Michael Edelson. Canadian Press news agency reported that the search warrant said a police informer in British Columbia offered the tip that Margaret Flemington 29M9SF I Jf I 2921 IPS LJ O. A imiiiuiiwj Jin. wiy Urn im Today a.m. Sets: 6:08 p.m.
'Figures include overnight low temperature and tomorrow's high temperature and forecast. New moon First quarter Full moon Last quarter LU3ET nM5)ii i Mar. Mar. Apr. ff Apr.
24 KJ 2 W. 9 17 Associated Press photo Margaret Kemper, ex-wife of Pierre Trudeau, has been charged with possession of marijuana. Five-day forecast officers, spokesman Ron Rogers said. "She was a voluntary deportee. We returned her to her home country last night, where she is now free." The one-time rock singer was paroled Wednesday from the California Institution for Women in Fron-tera, 35 miles east of Los Angeles, after serving 15 months.
Facility superintendent Hal Tanner said Smith had been a "model prisoner." Smith was sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter and three drug charges in the Belushi case. Belushi, 33, was found dead March 5, 1982, in a bungalow at the Chateau Mar-mont hotel on the Sunset Strip. Disputed gun for sale A Colt revolver that its owner claims was stolen from the bullet-ridden body of legendary Mexican revolutionary FRANCISCO "PAN-CHO" VILLA goes on the auction block this weekend. The true tale of the ivory-handled revolver is a mystery, and only Villa would know for certain whether it is the gun he was wearing on his left hip when assassins ambushed him in 1923. A New Mexico man who has owned the gun for 20 years says he's certain it belonged to Villa, was stolen from his body by one of his killers and possibly used to fire a final shot into Villa's head.
But Oscare Torres, assistant director of the cultural relations branch of the Office of Foreign Relations in Mexico City, said Mexican officials do not believe the revolver is authentic. Another who doubts the collector's story is Apolinar Frias, chief guide for the Historical Museum of the Revolution in Chihuahua, which houses Mexico's major Villa exhibits. Today, bidders will decide. The owner said he believes the gun will fetch more than $25,000. The gun is the centerpiece of a two-day Western memorabilia auction at the Texas Ranger Museum that features hundreds of items, ranging from old books and paintings to Indian artifacts.
TUESDAY MWEDNESDAY MONDAY hi 1 SATURDAY SUNDAY v7 Clearing and All Kemper would be receiving one pound of marijuana in the mail. Police then watched for the arrival of a package in Ottawa, the agency said. Kemper is scheduled to appear in court April 11. A final trial date has not been set The jet-setting former first lady divorced Trudeau in 1983 while he was still prime minister, following a stormy marriage and seven-year separation. Young and rebellious, she made headlines frequently, including when she spent a few days with the Rolling Stones rock group in Toronto.
Now 39, she married Ottawa real estate developer Fried Kemper in 1984. After producing an autobiography and a brief career as a TV talk show hostess, she retired into life as a housewife. She had three sons with Trudeau and has one son with Kemper. Golfer gets a break A golfer who failed to qualify for a tournament after interrupting her play to save a drowning child will be allowed to enter the tournament through an unprecedented exemption, the LPGA announced yesterday. i Commissioner John D.
Lau-pheimer called MARY BEA PORTER'S revival of the stricken child a once-in-a-decade occurrence that warrants such an exception to the ladies pro golfing rules. Porter, 38, had returned to the Phoenix golf course after the rescue earlier this week but finished three strokes short of qualifying for the Partly sunny and warmer. High 55-60. 1987 A LEFT- OVERS Sunny. High 41-46.
NIGHT: Cloudy. Low.23028 Snow and rain end, then clear. High 40-45. NIGHT: Fair and cold. Low 26-31.
Mostly sunny and breezy. High 41-46. NIGHT: Clear and cold. Low 24-29. Mostly sunny, seasonable.
High 43-48. NIGHT: Fair and cold. Low 29-34. Fireplaces, Stoves, and inserts Reduced Take Advantage of Our Overstock Brand New 1 987 Models CN graphic by Mike Scott TEMPERATURESHUMIDITY REGION'S FORECAST at Fantastic Savings HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM Must Make Room For '88 Stock (stock items only) Hi Lo Outlook Atlantic City 37 29 p-sunny Cape May 37 30 p-sunny New York City 33 26 p-sunny Philadelphia 34 26 p-sunny Princeton 35 23 p-sunny Seaside Heights 34 27 p-sunny Trenton 33 26 p-sunny Hearthstone Plainfield Somerville Yesterday's high 46 43 Yesterday's low 26 27 Normal high for yesterday 46 48 Record high for yesterday's date 73 1934 76 1945 Record low for yesterday's date 2 1900 -1 1967 Humidity yesterday 60 70 Temperature at 7 p.m. yesterday 38 40 Winds yesterday at 4 at 14 Normal high for today's date 46 48 Record high for today's date 72 1898 73 1945 Record low for today's date 1 1967 0 1967 Last year's high for this date 59 54 Last year's low for this date 26 19 Sf ome Energy donseruatton WE ARE THE EXPERTS! WE PRIDE OURSELVES IN PROVIDING OUR CUSTOMERS WITH THE ULTIMATE IN COMFORT, SAFETY, QUALITY, SERVICE, AND ECONOMY.
SALES AND INSTALLATIONS 233-3910 OVER 60 STOVES ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOWROOM 2S60 Rt. 22 East. Scotch Plains. N.J. (ODDOslte Bowcrattl GtSS 1 I Until 1 1 HOURS: OPEN M0N.
THRU FRI. 10-9, SAT. 10-6, SUN 10-5 FINANCING LAYAWAY PLANS AVAILABLE NATION'S FORECAST Albany 43 27 sunny 31 20 sunny Boston 31 20 p-cloudy Chicago 34 18 sunny Cincinnati 42 25 p-cloudy Cleveland 28 14 flurries Dallas-Ft. Worth 64 35 sunny Denver 65 37 sunny Detroit 28 16 sunny Honolulu 83 67 sunny Houston 71 42 sunny Las Vegas 72 46 sunny Los Angeles 77 50 sunny Miami 67 52 sunny Milwaukee 29 17 sunny Minneapolis 29 12 sunny Nashville 51....... 32 sunny New Orleans 63 42 sunny Orlando 63 40 sunny Pittsburgh 31 14 flurries San Francisco 67 48 sunny St.
Louis 54 37 sunny Seattle 55 43 rain Washington 38 25 sunny Standard Register Turquoise Classic tournament next week in Phoenix. She had not been told of Lau-pheimer's decision when he made the announcement today during the LPGA Tucson Open that began play Thursday, when Porter shot a 79 in comparison with the 9-under-par 63 fired by the first-round leader, British rookie Laura Davies. Players had petitioned Lau-pheimer to let Porter to play despite having failed to qualify. Lau-pheimer said he took their sentiments into account but had decided to find some way to recognize her "exemplary heroism." High for this year ........67 61 Low for this year -2 -4 PRECIPITATION Precipitation yesterday 0 in 0 in. This month to date 1.04 in 1.25 in.
Normal for month to date 2.64 in 1.80 in. Total for the year 8.09 in 8.72 in. Normal for year to date 9.20 in 7.81 in. TIDES itTMUMtieins Ike Turner convicted TRAVELERS FORECAST Snow is forecast from New England to the Great Lakes; rain and snow are forecast from Indiana to New Jersey and south to South Carolina, in Florida and the Northwest. Highs in the 30s are forecast from Montana to New England; above 60 from Oregon through the southern Plains to northern Florida; in the 70s to low 80s in southern Florida and the Southwest; and in the 40s and 50s elsewhere.
High Tide Low Tide Raritan 8:20 a.m. 2:00 a.m. Bay 8:42 p.m. 2:14 p.m. 7:54 a.m.
1:36 a.m. Belmar 8:16 p.m. 1:48 p.m. Point 7:57 a.m. 1:42 a.m.
Pleasant Seaside 7:42 a.m. 1:22 a.m. Heights 8:03 p.m. 1:36 p.m. DEGREE DAYS as measured in Plainfield Yesterday 29 Season (from Sept.
15) to date 4,563 Normal for season to date 4,353 Last season to date 4,430 The degree day figure, an index of fuel consumption, indicates how far the day's mean temperature feli below 65. Rhythm-and-blues musician IKE TURNER, ex-husband of pop star TINA TURNER, was convicted yesterday on two felony cocaine charges, but was cleared of possessing the drug for sale. Turner, 55, of Los Angeles, was stopped in August by officers who said he was driving erratically. He was arrested when they found 5.6 grams of rock cocaine in his car. Jurors deliberated four hours before finding Turner guilty of cocaine possession and transportation, but not of possessing the drugs for sale.
Sentencing was scheduled April 15. In another case, Turner is charged with selling $16,000 worth of cocaine to an undercover officer in Hollywood, said the bailiff, Deputy Robert Goldsmith. Turner played backup rhythm and blues in the early 1950s before headlining with the Ikettes. Later that decade, he met and married Turner. Together they formed the Ike and Tina Turner Revue.
Their biggest hit was "Proud Mary." The couple split in 1976, and Turner went on to appear in feature films and record the 1985 Grammy-winning record of the year, "What's Love Got To Do With It?" Plainfield statistics provided by Vivian Scherer, U.S. cooperative weather observer. Other iNew jersey statistics ana torecasts provided Dy ion weather. (showers THE COURIER-NEWS Vol. 104, No.
274 (USPS 564-520) ISSN 0695-8785 Saturday, March 19, 1968 Woman leaves country TED DENTZER Production Director MARY HALL Controller FRED FOSTER CHARLES NUTT. Jr President Publisher Executive Editor DAVID ENSTAD JEAN A CASEY CHERRAN EVANS Human Resources Director GARY DiSANTO Circulation Director Advertising Director Promotion Director 1201 Rout 22 It Gtnnitt Ntwspsptr Bridgwatar, N.J. Consolidation ot The Evening News (1884), Plainfield Daily Press (1887). Plamlield Courier (1891) Established as the Plainfield Courier-News (1894) and as The Courier-News (1961) Published daily Second class postage paid al Somerville, J. 08876.
The Courier-News reserves the right to delete obiectionable words or phrases or to reiect any advertisement. Mail and home delivery subscnp-lions to be accompanied by remittance lo cover order Postmaster Send address changes to The Courier News, P.O. Box 6600, Bridgewaler, 08807 The publisher reserves (he right to change subscription rates during the term of a subscription upon INrty (30) days' nolice This notice may be by mail to the subscriber, by notice contained in the newspaper itself, or otherwise. Subscription rale changes may be implemented by changing the duration ol the subscription. America's Oldest Retail Store Will Be New Jersey's Newest On Saturday, March 19th On Saturday, March 19th, Brooks Brothers, recognized throughout the world as the standard for quality and craftsmanship, opens a handsome new store in New Jersey, at Bridgewater Commons.
The setting will be familiar to those who have visited our stores in New Jersey and New York. quiet, congenial, unhurried. Here, we will offer a full selection of our classic, traditional men's and women's clothing-all reflecting the Brooks 170-year reputation for individuality and taste. We look forward to welcoming old friends and meeting new ones. Opening Day, Saturday March 19th, from 10 AM to 9 PM.
Store Hours! Monday thru Saturday, 10 AM to 9 PM Sunday, 19 PM to 6 PM To enjoy the convenience of a Brook Brother Charge Account, plcane call: (801 831-0006 Brooki Brother! li located on the First Level BRIDGEWATER COMMONS, 400 COMMONS WAY BRIDGEWATER, N.J. 08807 Horn Delivered By Carrier Weekly $1 75 $75 One Month $1015 $4 00 Three Months $22 75 $9.75 Thru Month! $28 90 $13.00 Six Month! $46 50 $1950 Sin Month! $54 50 $26 00 One Year $91 00 $39.00 One Year $103 75 $62 00 seven uay SaturdaySunday Mall Rates Seven Day SalurdaySunday The woman who admitted injecting comedian JOHN BELUSHI with the "speedball" of heroin and cocaine that killed him returned to Canada after waiving a deportation hearing, an official said yesterday. Cathy Evelyn Smith, 40, was put on a flight to Vancouver by Immigration and Naturalization Service YESTERDAY'S LOTTERIES New Jersey 5-Card Lotto 5 Jf Q4 5 cards No winner 4 cards $431 3 card9 $7 Pick-It 745 Straight bet $302 Box $50 Pairs i $30 Pick 4 1109 Straight bet $1,549.50 Box $129 New York Dally number 477 Win 4 1063 Pennsylvania Daily number 823 Lotto 0178 How to call Tho Courier-NewtUSA Today For DISPLAY, call the main olfice number during business hours. between 530 and 6 p.m. call 722 6809 Closed weekends.
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