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I IVEA'rlIER 11111M1111111111110111 RAIN SHOWERS Temperatures are expected lows iM National Cloud-bursting rains that forced thousands from their homes and left 13 dead or missing continued today, threatening to push waters over a dam and spread a sloshing sea of mud to the suburbs of Phoenix. With damage estimated in the hundreds of millions of dollars after another day of heavy rain Monday, the National Weather Service warned that another severe storm system could hit the state on Thursday. A brief but fierce storm Monday afternoon aggravated flooding in southeastern Arizona, said to be the worst In -a century. Tucson, with many sections already under several feet of water, received nearly half an inch of rain in 20 minutes. Interstate 10, the main highway covering the 120 miles between Tucson and Phoenix, was cut when flooding eroded land supporting bridge approaches. Other highway closures meant that "Tucson has effectively become an island," said Terry Conner on Monday, but some routes were later reopened. Local forecast : Sixty percent chance of sowers tonight. Low around 50. Winds northwesterly about 10 mph. Wednesday, partly cloudy and a little cooler. High 65-70. Lake Erie Winds westerly to northwesterly 15-25 knots tonight and Wednesday. Waves 4-6 feet. Showers and thunderstorms tonight. Scattered showers Wednesday. Extended outlook Thursday through Saturday: ,r Fair through the period. Highs in the 60s north and 70s south on Thursday and in the 705 the entire state Friday and Saturday. Lows 45-50. Statistics High yesterday 830 Low yesterday 590 Precipitation -0- Sunrise tomorrow 7:35 a.m. Sunset tomorrow 7:10 p.m. Low since midnight 660 .., SNOW FLURRIES ::::!1 4c COLDV.V OCCLUDED Irqr WARM vcr STATIONARY In . Tucson Fire Capt. Kevin Keeley said the new rainfall prompted "a lot of hysteria in the community." "We lost everything, all our furniture, our television and stereo and my diamond rings," said Mary Jane Hoffsmith of Tucson, standing where her family's townhouse" had been until the Ri !lit River washed it away Sunday. "We just didn't believe them when they came Saturday afternoon and told us to evacuate. We didn't think it could do this." Lou Parrish, a Tucson developer, saw the Santa Cruz River devour his 5-month-old, $1.2 million office complex over the weekend. "A thousand dollars a minute. There's no insurance. I'm done," he said. In Clifton, about 100 miles northeast of Tucson, more than 75 of the town's 200 buildings were destroyed or heavily damaged and the rest were left in a sea of cocoa-colored mud four to five feet deep, said Sgt. Paul Sweeney of the Army National Guard. Police and National Guard helicopters plucked five people from the Gila's roiling waters Monday afternoon as they clung to trees after their four-wheel drive vehicle was swept away while fording the river near Chandler, south of Phoenix, officials and witnesses said. Another helicopter lifted three children from a sandbar on the Gila moments before it disintegrated, said spokeswoman Jeanette Hall of the Arizona Division of Emergency Services. She said she did not know the location of that Incident. Ohio By JOHN HILLKIRK Gannett News Service Critics of the Computer Age have gained ammunition in recent months to support the darkest fears of an Orwellian vision of 1984 computer crimes, invasions of privacy and the use of "electronic ears" by the National Security Agency for the FBI: Eavesdropping. In a case the Supreme Court on Monday decided not to review, the National Security Agency admitted intercepting as part of its routine surveillance seven overseas telegrams sent by Abdeen Jabara, a Detroit lawyer, in the 1970's. The telegrams were turned over to the FBI even though Jabara was never indicted or accused of a crime. The Supreme Court's decision set a dangerous precedent, said former U.S. Sen. Frank Church, who warned that if the NSA's "electronic ears" are turned gradually against us, "the countdown against freedom in this country would begin. No American would have any privacy left. There would be no place to hide." Computer crimes. Recent break-ins into 14 major computers by a group of Milwaukee youths "proved what I've always said," contends Robert Smith, publisher of the Privacy Journal. "These systems are so very, very vulnerable." 'A Invasions of privacy. The average person's ILme is in 39 government and 40 corporate computers and gets passed between computers five times a day. The IRS in July disclosed plans to use such information to nail tax evaders. "Computer snooping can tell a great deal about you," said Peter Butzin, a director of Common Cause, a non-partisan lobbying group. "You can come up with a profile of a person that's amazingly accurate,even predict how he votes with 95 percent accuracy." Some sociologists think such fears are overblown. They say anti-computer groups represent a segment of society that always resists change. "It's the fear of the unknown," said Henry Tropp, mathematics professor at Humboldt State University. "Suddenly here's the mystery Low pressure covering most of the Great Lakes region will keep the state warm but rather wet today. The low was drawing warm, moist air north this morning, bringing in clouds and triggering showers. A cold front extending southwest from the low to the Texas panhandle is forecast to drift slowly east today and then move across Ohio tonight. A continuing southerly flow ahead of the front today will keep the state warm but cloudy, with a chance for showers and thunderstorms. The front will bring cooler temperatures and drier air to the state Wednesday as weak high pressure builds in behind the eastward moving cold front. ...1111.11111 STATE Off-campus credits for Glenn NEW CONCORD, Ohio (AP) Sen. John Glenn says he had the academic background for a bachelor's degree from Muskingum College, which awarded him the degree after he became the first American to orbit Earth. Bill White, manager of the Ohio Demo crat's presidential campaign, said Monday in Washington that Glenn compiled credits for his degree during the astronaut program at Patuxant, Md., and at the Armed Forces Institute at the University of Maryland. Glenn entered Muskingum, in his hometown, in September 1939. He left the lib. eral arts college in January 1942 to become a fighter pilot. School officials gave Glenn a bachelor of science degree in 1962, saying his flight experience and conduct suggested "that he meets the requirements of Muskingum's basic education program." The ( Cleveland ) Plain Dealer examined Glenn's records at the Muskingum College archives and published its report Sunday. SIONIMMII NATION Helms fights King holiday WASHINGTON (AP) Ignoring President Reagan's new support for a Martin Luther King national holiday, Sen. Jesse Helms is delaying a vote on the legislation and calling the slain civil rights leader a preacher of "action-oriented Marxism." A White House spokesman confirmed for the first time Monday that Reagan would sign the bill, but that didn't stop Helms, R-N.C., from bucking the president and his party's Senate leadership with a filibuster. Helms' remarks infuriated Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, DMass., who followed him to the floor and angrily predicted the conservative's comments would be "shunned by the American people, including the citizens of his own state. " Death sentence stands WASHINGTON (AP) Condemned Texas murderer James David Autry, who carried his frantic fight for life all the way to the Supreme Court, has fallen one vote short. The court, by a 5-4 vote Monday, cleared the way for Autry to becoMe only the ninth U.S. prison inmate to be executed since the death penalty was re Bomber headed for England DAYTON, Ohio (AP) One of the "Flying Fortresses" of World War II is heading to a permanent home near the scene of the B-17s greatest wartime triumphs. The Air Force museum here helped the Royal Air Force acquire the vintage bomber from a private owner for display at the Royal Air Force Museum at London, England. Although B-17s were a mainstay at the height of World War II in the daytime bombing of German military targets, this particular craft never got into foreign service. It is one of only about 10 of the four-engine planes still flying in the world today. Spy mystery in banker's death LONDON (AP) A British businessman killed in a fall from his Mosocw apartment had warned associates two days earlier about a spy operating in the ----1-7TODAY'S TOPIC Is 1984 closer than we think? machine that used to send us our bills. Now people see them controlling the world." Yet there are indications that computer technology could radically alter the way people think and behave. Most threatening, perhaps; is the ability of computers to eavesdrop on our society. The NSA, with satellite antennas and microwave towers strategically placed around the world, listens to "millions of conversations from thousands of miles away," said James Bamford, author of the book "The Puzzle Palace." "The technology is far beyond what George Orwell expected," he said. Easiest to monitor are computerized telephone conversations and business reports. The NSA, with its own computers, identifies those that contain sensitive words like missile, KGB or CIA. It gets government permission 400 to 500 times a year to monitor conversations within the United States, Bamford said. "They've never been turned down." Donald Seller, a Canadian newspaper reporter, was questioned in June by the FBI about a story on the cruise missile he wrote last October. The NSA apparently had intercepted the telephone transmission of Seller's story between Washington, D.C., and Ottawa. FBI agents had a copy 36 hours before it appeared in his newspaper. And the potential for abuse is growing: America's banks, retailers and manufacturers send data between computers on $7 billion worth of transactions a year. By 1990, the entire American telephone network will be computerized. Also of deep concern is the computer-given ability to profile individuals and track their movements across the country from bank to can dealership to grocery store. It is becoming technologically possible to link hundreds of computers, creating a huge central data base of personal information. Another concern, Smith said, is the growing popularity of debit cards wallet-size cards used 400 million times a month at gas stations, rental agencies and automated teller machir 3S. Committee to seek chancellor COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) A three-member committee has been named to find a new chancellor for the Ohio Board of Regents. Its members were named Monday following the announcement of Chancellor Edward Q. Moulton that he will resign at the end of this year. Richard L. Krabach, regents' chairman, said it could take from three to six months to find a chancellor to succeed Moulton as the executive head of the agency. a The board, in a statement, praised Moulton, who has held his post since January 1979. Moulton was cited for his work with the state Board of Education to strengthen the preparation of high school students for college. NRC boosts Miami U. DAYTON, Ohio (AP) NCR Corp. says it is donating computer equipment valued at nearly $1 million to Miami University at Oxford. L instated as a constitutional punishment in 1976. Perhaps none of the some 900 cases acted on by justices as they began their 1983-84 term Monday will carry such immediate and dramatic impact: Autry is scheduled to die by lethal injection just after midnight tonight. In an unsigned opinion barely three pages in length, the high court's majority said, in effect, Texas authorities are free to execute Autry. Autry, 28, was convicted and sentenced to die for the April 20, 1980, shooting death of Shirley Drouet, 43, a Port Arthur convenience store clerk. Also fatally gunned down during the store robbery was Joseph Broussard. Modest farm price hike seen WASHINGTON (AP) According to the latest projections by the Agriculture Department, prices farmers get for commodities they raise are headed for a modest increase in the coming year. Agriculture Secretary John R. Block said Monday in St. Louis that the government's payment-in-kind program has helped cushion farmers against the drought and that grain prices also have started to increase as a result. w0RLDrINNEP11.111161INMilINIMI,WRIMORMLNIMMOffWWIMNWWWWINNPN1111W4MINSSIMMFMNPIENWPWWWWWIMMMNIIRNIAFERNONlanowil TIT British Embassy there, a newspaper reported Monday. The Briton, Dennis Skinner, was found on the ground beside his 16-story apartment building in Moscow on June 17. The Daily Telegraph said an inquest formally opened in London two months ago, "is to be resumed in secrecy for reasons which are believed to be connected with security." But a Foreign Office spokesman, responding to the report, said: "We are not aware of any interest of national security which would require the resumed hearing to be in camera (closed)." The spokesman, who declined to be identified, refused to elaborate on his statement. The Daily Telegraph reported from Moscow that foreign residents heard a crash and saw a window swinging open from Skinner's 12th-floor apartment. A sweater was pulled over his head and his left trouser leg was torn. Save those holiday memories with this camera by Kodak for only $9.95. Eckrich Smoked Sausage. So good you can eat it plain. r mor I Save 15C 1 Kodak's camera $9.95 I - on any padtage of Eckrkh Beef. Regular or Polska Icierbasa Smoked Sausage. op M woo, 90.41 soos . ,...bwor.o....4oOwyloso.p.le...11mosd ISO K.loosal One tot... LIOCScs. 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The roof and the second floor collapsed," said Randy Yost, assistant fire chief of Jackson Township. "From what we can tell, the wind just gusted up, but the cause is still being investigated." Michael Phillips. 44, of Canton, and Paul Risher, 66, of Massillon, were trapped Monday under rubble, authorities said. Looking ahead, the agency said in a preliminary outlook report last week that the drought will probably mean higher prices in 1984. although smaller supplies will dampen the growth of farm income. Hotel deal threatened LAS VEGAS, Nev. ( AP ) Gaining executive William Morris accused a bankruptcy trustee of breach of contract Nionday and said he may pull out of the deal to purchase the troubled Landmark Hotel unless the purchase price is cut by $1.5 million. Morris was to have taken over the hotel-casino at midnight Friday. but Summa Corp., which holds a $10.9 million first mortgage on the resort, demanded title insurance to cover a claim to part ot the hotel by a former casino executive. Bankruptcy court trustee Patrick N1cGraw of Toledo threatened earlier Friday to shut the hotels casino down at midnight if the sale was not completed. But. after talks with state Gaming Control Board Chairman Jim Avance and ,umma officials. he agreed to keep the casino open. Morris said the threats to close the casino had a negative impact on the negotiations. PLO-Syrian showdown near? BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Lebanese army troops fired at Moslem snipers in Beirut today while Yasser Arafat's Palestinian guerrillas warned of an imminent showdown with the Syrian army in northern Lebanon. A military communique said army positions in two west Beirut neighborhoods came under sniping from a Shiite Moslem stronghold throughout the night, prompting troops to shoot back. The communique mentioned no casualties in the exchanges, which strained a nine-day-old cease-fire mediated by Saudi Arabia and the United States to halt Lebanon's civil war. President Amin Gemayel's government said it was stymied in setting up the Moslem-Christian national reconciliation conference proposed under the cease-fire. To get the Winner Pocket Camera by Kodak, a $19.95 value for only $9.95, send 2 proofs of purchase from any Ecktich Smoked Sausage label plus the camera coupon. (1) Send 2 Eckrtch product labels and $9 95 to receive your WINNER camera by Kodak. (2) Mail to: Ecknch Meals to Remember. PO. Box 82655. St. Paul. MN 55182. (3) Offer expires April 5,1984. Send Comoro to: Name Address Slats -Zip 110 re. V IN ..,4,0 IN . C loc,..cse low 3 0. .4 o"ve ,,00e aws, ibccoA,.., yo. 7.00. I Moe I mom Ow 0..4, , I I 1 PM.... II.I. 111.11 1.1.1 01. 1111. 61111 MO OM EMI la , , .. - Tuesday, October 4, 1983, The News-Messenger, Fremont, O. 9 - -- - - - - Tr , ' . . , , , , . - - . - - , , 1 - - - -- - -, ,, C:::3 WEATHER. L 1 .............n.--''I"... (............1 STATE , , I 1 , . ,,, Off-campus credits for Glenn Committee to seek chancellor Miami President Paul G. Pearson said t . 4thi, . tt cill tit . 0 v NEW CONCORD, Ohio (AP) Sen. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) A three- Monday it is the university's largest cor- yr ., --..4 ,.,,- Ilk"- . . . background for a bachelor's John Glenn says he had the academic member committee has been named to r- ,...v:immosoilyrAl goo -V "."11.111 orate donation ever. 0146111filer.. degree from find nd a new chancellor for the Ohio Board The equipment is to be used for teaching Muskingum College, which awarded him of Regents. and research in the school of business ad- I 1 ' tw irt I ''. 6;111.- 4111R011 Arer the degree after he became the first Its members were named Monday fol- ministration. American to orbit Earth. lowing the announcement of Chancellor NCR produces business information Bill White manager of the Ohio Demo- Edward O. Moulton that he will at ' - resign processing systems. crat's presidential campaign, said Mon- the end of this year. 011 0141107P w day in Washington that Glenn compiled Richard L. Krabach, regents' chair- .: - . t - 60 1" i- credits for his degree during the astronaut man, said it could take from three to six Two die in building accident , ,t . liwilr- x. 7o program at Patuxant, Md., and at the months to find a chancellor to succeed CANTON, Ohio (AP) A gust of wind irg , -., Armed Forces Institute at the University Moulton as the executive head of the possibly caused the collapse of an unfi 4 - , 11111 V of Maryland. agency. eished office building, which killed two I . , 7 ki Glenn entered Muskingum, in his home- The board, in a statement, praised construction workers, an official says. I town, in September 1939. He left the lib- Moulton, who has held his post since Jan- "The two victims were on the first floor Temperatures are expected lows- eral arts college in January 1942 to uary 1979. , of the. two-story building. The roof and the become a fighter pilot. Moulton was cited for his work with the second floor collapsed," said Randy Yost, School officials gave Glenn a bachelor state Board of Education to strengthen RAIN MI SNOW lika COLDIrv OCCLUDED I "From rgr of science degree in 1962, saying his flight the preparation of high school students for a fire chief of Jackson Township. From what we can tell, the wind just experience and conduct suggested "that college. gusted up, but the cause is still being in-SHOWERS tin FLURRIES MI WARM Iry STATIONARY In . he meets the requirements of Musking- " NRC boosts Miami U. vestigated." urn's basic education program. The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer examined DAYTON, Ohio (AP) NCR Corp. says . Michael Phillips. 44, of Canton, and , National . - Glenn's records at the Muskingum Col- it is donating computer equipment valued Paul Risher, 66, of Massillon, were lege archives and published its report at nearly $1 million to Miami University trapped Monday under rubble, authorities Cloud-bursting rains that forced Tucson Fire Capt. Kevin Keeley Sunday. at Oxford. said. thousands from their homes and said the new rainfall prompted "a left 13 dead or missing continued lot of hysteria in the community." today, threatening to push waters "We lost everything, all our fur- NATION over a dam and spread a sloshing niture, our television and stereo sea of mud to the suburbs of Phoe- and my diamond rings," said Mary nix. , Jane Hoffsmith of Tucson, stand- Helms fights King holiday instated as a constitutional punishment in Looking ahead, the agency said in a pre1976. liminary outlook report last week that the With damage estimated in the ing where her family's townhouse" WASHINGTON (AP) Ignoring Presi- Perhaps none of the some 900 cases drought will probably mean higher prices hundreds of millions of dollars had been until the Rillito River dent Reagan's new support for a Martin after another day of heavy rain washed it away Sunday. "We just acted on by justices as ther began their in 1984. although smaller supplies will Luther King national holiday, Sen. Jesse Monday, the National Weather didn't believe them when they 1983-84 term Monday will carry such im- dampen the growth of farm income. Service warned that another se- came Saturday afternoon and told Helms is delaying a vote on the legislation mediate and dramatic impact: Autry is vere storm system could hit the us to evacuate. We didn't think it and calling the slain civil rights leader a scheduled to die by lethal injection just Hotel deal threatened state on Thursday. could do this." preacher of "action-oriented Marxism." after midnight tonight. LAS VEGAS, Nev. (API Gaining ex-A brief but fierce storm Monday Lou Parrish, a Tucson devel- A White House spokesman confirmed In an unsigned opinion barely three ecutive William Morris accused a bank-afternoon aggravated flooding in oper, saw the Santa Cruz River de- for the first time Monday that Reagan pages in length, the high court's majority ruptcy trustee of breach of contract southeastern Arizona, said to be your his 5-month-old, $1.2 million would sign the bill, but that didn't stop said, in effect, Texas authorities are free Nionday and said he may pull out of the the worst In -a century. Tucson, office complex over the weekend. Helms, R-N.C., from bucking the presi- to execute Autry. deal to purchase the troubled Landmark with many sections already under "A thousand dollars a minute. dent and his party's Senate leadership several feet of water, received There's no insurance. I'm done," with a filibuster. Autry, 28, was convicted and sentenced Hotel unless the purchase price is cut by to die for the April 20, 1980, shooting death $1.5 million. nearly half an inch of rain in 20 he said. Helms' remarks infuriated Sen. Ed- minutes. In Clifton, about 100 miles north- of Shirley Drouet, 43, a Port Arthur conve- Morris was to have taken over the hotel- ward M. Kennedy, DMass., who followed east of Tucson, more than 75 of the nience store clerk. casino at midnight Friday. but Summa Interstate 10, the main highway town's 200 buildings were de- him to the floor and angrily predicted the Also fatally gunned down during the Corp., which holds a $10.9 million first covering the 120 miles between stroyed or heavily damaged and conservative's comments would be Tucson and Phoenix, was cut when the rest were left in a sea of cocoa- "shunned by the American people, includ- store robbery was Joseph Broussard. mortgage on the resort, demanded title in- flooding eroded land supporting colored mud four to five feet deep, ing the citizens of his own state. ' Modest farm price hike seen surance to cover a claim to part ot the . i bridge approaches. said Sgt. Paul Sweeney of the hotel by a former casino executive. WASHINGTON (AP) According to Bankruptcy court trustee Patrick Other highway closures meant Army National Guard. Death sentence stands that "Tucson has effectively be- Police and National Guard hell- the latest projections by the Agriculture N1cGraw of Toledo threatened earlier Fri- come an island," said Terry Con- copters plucked five people from WASHINGTON (AP) Condemned Department, prices farmers get for corn- day to shut the hotels casino down at mid- ner on Monday, but some routes I the Gila's roiling waters Monday Texas murderer James David Autry, who modities they raise are headed for a mod- night if the sale was not completed. But. . carried his frantic fight for life all the way est increase in the coming year. were later reopened. afternoon as they clung to trees alter talks with state Gaming Control after their four-wheel drive vehicle to the Supreme Court, has fallen one vote Agriculture Secretary John R. Block Board Chairman Jim Avance and ,umma . was swept away while fording the short. said Monday in St. Louis that the govern- officials. he agreed to keep the casino Local forecast river near Chandler, south of Phoe- The court, by a 5-4 vote Monday, ment's payment-in-kind program has open. nix, officials and witnesses said. cleared the way for Autry to becoMe only helped cushion farmers against the Morris said the threats to close the ea: Sixty percent chance of snowers Another helicopter lifted three the ninth U.S. prison inmate to be exe- drought and that grain prices also have sino had a negative impact on the negotiatonight. Low around 50. Winds children from a sandbar on the cuted since the death penalty was re- started to increase as a result. Bons. northwesterly about 10 mph. Gila moments before it disinte- 1 Wednesday, partly cloudy and a grated, said spokeswoman Jea- little cooler. High 65-70. nette Hall of the Arizona Division of Emergency Services. She said 11""."......"........"7 WORLD .'7.''. , , 7'1 . , 1 ) Lake Erie - she did not know the location of -- - that incident. - ---.,-- - Bomber headed for England British Embassy there, a newspaper rePLO-Syrian showdown near? : ported Monday. ; Winds westerly to northwesterly s Ohio DAYTON, Ohio (AP) One of the "Fly- The Briton, Dennis Skinner, was found BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Lebanese 15-25 knots tonight and Wednesday. ing Fortresses" of World War II is head- on the ground beside his 16-story apart- army troops fired at Moslem snipers in .1 Waves 4-6 feet. Showers and thun- Low pressure covering most of ing to a permanent home near the scene of ment building in Moscow on June 17. Beirut today while Yasser Arafat's Palesderstorms tonight. Scattered show- the Great Lakes region will keep the B-17s greatest wartime triumphs. The Daily Telegraph said an inquest tinian guerrillas warned of an imminent ors Wednesday. the state warm but rather wet The Air Force museum here helped the formally opened in London two months showdown with the Syrian army in north, today. Royal Air Force acquire the vintage , ago, "is to be resumed in secrecy for rea- ern Lebanon. Extended outlook The low was drawing warm, bomber from a private owner for display sons which are believed to be connected moist air north this morning, , at the Royal Air Force Museum at Lon- - A military communique said army posi- bringing in clouds and triggering with security." : Thursday through Saturday: don, England. tions in two west Beirut neighborhoods , showers. A cold front extending But a Foreign Office spokesman, re- . Fair through the period. Highs in Although. B-17s were a mainstay at the came under sniping from a Shiite Moslem southwest from the low to the panhandle is forecast to Texas p the 60s north and 705 south on y east today and then bombing of German military targets, t y drift slowly his height of World War II in the daytime sponding to the report, said: "We are not stronghold throughout the night, prompt- Thursday and in the 705 the entire aware a. re of any interest of national security ing troops to shoot back. State Friday and Saturday. Lows winch would require the resumed hearing move across Ohio tonight. particular craft never got into foreign 45-50. The communique mentioned no casual- A continuing southerly flow service. It is one of only about 10 of the to be in camera (closed)." The spokes- , declined to be identified, re- ties in the exchanges, which strained a ahead of the front today will keep four-engine planes still flying in the world man, who decl , Statistics the state warm but cloudy, with a today. fused to elaborate on his statement. nine-day-old cease-fire mediated by Saudi chance for showers and thunder- The Daily Telegraph reported from Arabia and the United States to halt LebHigh yesterday 830 storms. Spy mystery in banker's death Moscow that foreign residents heard a anon's civil war. Low yesterday 590 The front will bring cooler tem- LONDON (AP) A British business- crash and saw a window swinging open President Amin Gemayel's government Precipitation -0- peratures and drier air to the state Sunrise tomorrow 7:35 a.m. Wednesday as weak high pressure man killed in a fall from his Mosocw from Skinner's 12th-floor apartment. A said it was stymied in setting up the Mos- Sunset tomorrow 7:10 p.m. builds in behind the eastward mov- apartment had warned associates two sweater was pulled over his head and his lem-Christian national reconciliation con-tow since midnight 660 ing cold front. days earlier about a spy operating in the left trouser leg was torn. ference proposed under the cease-fire. n"----1TODAY'S TOPIC 1111111111111 . , . IS1984 closer than we think? Ethri Smoked Sausage By JOHN HILLKIRK machine that used to send us our bills. Now peo- Gannett News Service ple see them controlling the world." - kileals To :weme . : bet Critics of the Computer Age have gained am- Yet there are indications that computer tech-A mtmition in recent months to support the darkest nology could radically alter the way people think Oa . d Co 4 a r...,,,.....--. 7,......1, , i ''' ,, fmr To get the Winner Pocket . tt, . . 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