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Section' TPage 16 ' (Thicago (Tribune Tuesday, September 27, 1983 Sport Tuesday's expected high temperatures - , n , mm,.mty ; . tu.m.. ' rN 7 , Wt 50s 90s E-3603 r- i70s NEWPORT, R.I. Australia II won the America's Cup by defeating the United States' defending yacht Liberty by 41 seconds in the seventh ana deciding race of the series. It marked the first time the U.S. had lost the Cup since the series began in 1851. The Australians said the next defense of the coveted sailing trophy would be in 1986 in Perth, Australia. Page 1 ST. LOUIS-Bob Forseh pitched the second no-hitter of his career and the first in the National League in exactly two years, giving St. ' Louis a 3-0 victory over Montreal. Forsch 9-12 didn't walk anyone, but he hit a batter and St. Louis ' committed an error. , Sec. 4, pg. l EAST RUTHERFORD. N.J. A , v - V . 1 'If f ,' " C'l VV;" ' : 'r"" f v; , - UPlTelephotd A U.S. marine relaxes Monday with some chewing' tobacco as he squats atop a tank in Beirut. - - , - World J- i NEW YORK Declaring that "a . , nuclear war cannot be won and it must never be fought," President Reagan Monday called on the Soviet Union to agree to equal global limits on medium-range nuclear missiles in exchange for a U.S. ' pledge to deploy fewer missiles in Europe. "The door to an agreement is open," Reagan said in an address before the UN General As- sembly. . . Page 1 BEIRUT Lebanese Prime Minister Shafik Wazzan and his 'Cabinet resigned Monday to pave the way for a new national unity go--vernment and help prolong the cease-fire that began early Monday. There were sniping incidents during the day, but the truce was generally holding throughout the mountains southeast of Beirut after three weeks of violence. : ' ' Page 1 WASHINGTON The cease-fire in Lebanon , has helped "take, the steam out" of congressional dissent over the presence of U.S. marines in Lebanon, but the debate isn't over yet, Senate leaders said Monday. The Senate opened debate on a compromise resolution to allow the 1,600 marines in Lebanon to remain at least another 18 months. Senate and House votes on the plan are expected this week. NEVELISK. USSR Soviet officials gave a U.S.-Japanese delegation five crates of fuel-soaked clothes and other debris but no todies from the downed South Korean jetliner Monday, leaving -the visitors disappointed and suspicious. "I was not surprised by the meagerness; I tended to think it would be like that," said one of the Americans, characterizing the' 76 items returned in the four-hour meeting. The Soviets contended that they surrendered all they had found. . Page 3 MANILA Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos called Monday-for the speedy resumption of the government inquiry into the August assassination of his chief political rival, Benigno Aquino, and said he wanted the investigatioa complete . in one 6r two weeks. v Page 4 BELFAST British authorities remained silent Monday night in the face of accusations that massive breakdowns in Security at Maze Prison allowed 38 terrorists . to escape. Seventeen of the escapees who fought their way out of the prison Sunday with guns and knives were apprehended. . , . . Page 5 Opinion THE CEASE-FIRE In, Lebanon offers substantial hope for bringing ' the country much-needed stable go-.. vernment. The Marines and their ' colleagues of the multinational ' ' peacekeeping force had a great .deal to do with it. An editorial on page 14 THE PRICE OF natural gas - from Canada is responding to market forces, so there is no reason to press ahead with proposals that would abrogate existing contracts for delivery. Despite the current gas glut, the United States eventually -will need a steady, secure supply from Canada. . - An editorial on page 14" GOV. THOMPSON has rescued some sick poor children who were falling through. the cracks in the state's welfare system by signing new legislation that will make them eligible for Medicaid. ' An editorial on page 14 goal-line stand, Ali Haji-Sheikh's team-record 56-yard field goal and a wave of third-quarter turnovers by. the Green Bay Packers gave the New York Giants a 27-3 National Football League victory. Sec. 4, pg. i THE PHILLIES moved closer to the 'National League East title by beating the Cubs 5-2 in Wrigley Field. The victory was the 11th in a row for Ehiladelpnia and reduced its magic number to 2 over Pittsburgh, which is lk games out. Sec. 4, pg. 3 A PUBLIC PEP RALLY for the White Sox has been scheduled for 2 p.m. next Monday Oct. 3 at the Daley Center. Mayor Washington and other civic officials will be there to pay tribute to the new champions of the American League's West Division. The Sox will depart for Baltimore immediately after the function' and open the playoffs Oct. 5 with the Orioles at Memorial Stadium. . .Sec. 4, pg. 1 Almanac . On Sept. 27,. 1779, John Adams was appointed to negotiate the American Revolutionary War's peace terms with Britain. In 1825, the first locomotive to haul a passenger train was operated by George Stephenson in England. . In '1894, President Grover Cleveland proclaimed amnesty for people convicted of polygamy. In 1959, a typhoon battered the Japanese island of Honshu, killing almost 5,000 people. In 1964, the Warren Commission issued a report concluding that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone in assassinating President John F. Kennedy. In 1969, the Czechoslovak Cabinet resigned in the first .stage of a sweeping purge of liberal elements in the country. , . In 1973, the Soviet Union launched ' its first manned spacecraft in two years, an improved Soyuz carrying two cosmonauts. In 1978, President Jimmy Carter challenged Israel's contention that the Camp David agreement to put a freeze on new West Bank settlements was only for a few weeks. , In 1982, in an address to the United Nations, the president of Brazil predicted a worldwide depression unless international trade and loans were made more readily accessible to poorer nations. ' . . 1 1 ' . ' I TWO PEOPLE WHO K I ' 1 f o- I N6VER HAVE ANY 1 If. V-; Mr w Chicago Tribune Map: Sourca: Central Waatnar Sarvica National forecast OutlooK tor Sept. 27: EAST: High pressure with fair to partly cloudy skies will continue to dominate most ot the region, however, a weak weather system in the upper air may generate a tew showers through the Appalachians Into New England. Highs will be In the 60s and 70s. SOUTH: Most of the region will have fair to partly cloudy skies, but a developing offshore low-., pressure system will scatter showers across Florida and coastal Georgia. There Is a chance for some locally heavy rains on Florida's northwest coast, and brisk northeast winds will maintain high surf on the east coast. Heavy thundershowers are likely over south Texas. MIDWEST: Some dense morning log may shroud the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley, otherwise the region will be unseasonably warm arid dry with lots of sunshine. Gusty southerly winds are likely through the Plains-, and some showers may move into the west-em Dakotas tonight. SOUTHWEST: More cold air will be moving Into the northern Rockies with gusty 1 winds and rain. The rain may turn to snow through the northern Idaho and Montana mountains by night. Moisture blown into the area by a weather system off the California coast, will develop Into clusters of thundershowers through much of the central and southern areas with locally heavy storms end potential for flash flooding for parts of Arizona and Utah. .. WEST COAST: Moisture from an offshore weather system may. again feed scattered afternoon .thundershowers over the southern and central California mountains. A cold front over eastern Washington and Oregon in the morning will carry morning showers off to the east as cool, dry high pressure air builds In behind It. Elsewhere, skies will be mostly fair except for some- rooming clouds on the southern California coast.'. ' i Complete weather report in Sqc: 2, pg. 2 Nation WASHINGTON Neal Patrick. 17, of Milwaukee, computer snooper who has broken into dozens of computer systems nationwide, including those at Los Alamos National 'Laboratory and Sloan-Ket-tering Cancer Center, told Congress on Monday how easy and dangerous it was, and how simple it would be to stop it. "There was no damage, but the potential for damage was enormous," he said of his activities and those of six friends known as the "414s," after the area code of Milwaukee. Page 1 WASHINGTON Former EPA official John Todhunter denied under oath Monday at a House sucom-mittee hearing that he improperly stalled for more than a year a ban ,on the deadly pesticide EDB or that he illegally destroyed his office calendars for that period. Officials have charged that because of ac- , tions by Todhunter, who resigned under fire last spring as an assistant administrator at the Environ- ' mental Protection Agency, tens of thousands of workers have faced increased exposure to the chemical, ethylene-dibromide, which poses an extraordinary cancer risk. ; Page 3 WASHINGTON The advisory commission ' made famous by James Watt's verbal gaffe heard renewed attacks on the interior secretary's coal-leasing program Monday, and a Republican senator said he would not be surprised if Watt resigned by the end of the week. "Jim Watt has hurt the Presidenthe has done damage to the Republican Party," said Sen. Dan Quayle Of .Indiana. Page 3 WASHINGTON President Reagan says that he discovered, as all presidents do, that the White House is a wonderful place to live, but "you get a little stir crazy during the week." Camp David, the presidential retreat in the nearby Maryland mountains, he said, is his way of coping with the week's confinement. The President and Mrs. Reagan talked about the personal side of the presidency in an interview with talk-show host Merv Griffin last Friday in the White House living quarters. Page 4. Stocks S , . DJ Industrials, 5.18 1260.77 5.18 Dow ' . S&P500 , 170.07 0.58 Jones r ' Average !!,n' a 98.39 0.32 Chicago TrlDuna Chart, Baud on N Y S E, ttadaa Business ' .. THE U.S. drive to reverse Interna- ? . tional Monetary Fund policies that" permitted larger loans to poor na,: ' tions is prompting some international experts to suggest the U.S. is engaging in financial isolationism. '. Sec. 3, pg. 1 THE STOCK MARKET pushed ahead Monday in an advance that carried the Dow Jones industrial . average to a new closing high for the .. third time in the last week. The Dow index rose 5.18 to 1260.77, surpassing the record of 1257.52 established last ,.' Thursday. Analysts said IBM, the ! favorite of investing institutions, led " the market higher. Sec. 3, pg. 4 -i Citysuburbs ," NEW CAR buyers would be entitled to a replacement automobile or refund from manufacturers if the car cannot be correctly repaired under warranties within a reasona-1 ble time, according to legislation signed into law by Gov. James Thompson. Sec. 2, pg. 1 A COMPANY ACCUSED of illegally storing cyanide-coated plastic chips at sites throughout the Chicago area-was held in contempt of court Monday after failing to disclose its assets. A Cook County Circuit Court Judge found Film Recovery Systems Inc., of Elk Grove Village, in contempt and ordered the company to pay a $1,000 fine for each day it refuses to turn over financial documents. ' . JESSE JACKSON, who has headed Operation PUSH since its creation on Christmas Day in 1971, was granted an indefinite leave of absence from the civil rights organization Monday so he can explore the possibility of a run for the Democratic presidential nomination. , Named to succeed him as acting president is a Chicago attorney, Thomas Todd, 45, who was a founder and executive vice president of PUSH, and coined the name of the organization. A FORMER COMMERCIAL air-! lines pilot who, was fired after having a sex change operation acv cused her former employer of sex discrimination Monday m opening s arguments in her lawsuit against the-airlines in U.S. District Court. Karen F. Ulane, 41, filed a discrimination suit .against Eastern Airlines two years ago, seeking reinstatement as a $60,000-a-year pilot and back pay. . . Sec. 2, pg; 8 A PROPOSED 'federal rule to safeguard unclassified information about atomic weapons was criticized Monday as endangering the health, and safety of workers in the nuclear industry, Inrlov William Pfaff ....15 II1UCA Wayne Stayskal......... 14 News-Sec. 1 CitySuburbs Sec. 2 Editorials. 14 Obituaries 6,7 INC... ..... ..16 Weather 2 SiS31!:::::::;::!. Business-sec. 3 Mary McGrory . ...... .. 15 Business Ticker. ......... 1 The Observer .... . . : .... 14 If I Were You 3 Perspective-. 15 George Lazarus 6 Classified ads in Section 6 . ' ' Jane Bryant Quinn. ...... 1 Movie ads . . 4 Sports-Sec. 4... Marjjrnn Preston . .-. . . ...7 Steve Daley. 1 . Bill Stokes '. Y.Zl 7.'. '. j 1 2 Notes 5 Theater 4 Scoreboard . . . . 4,5. XV 8,9 Tempo Sec. 5 - ' ' ' ' - r Bridge ....10 mmmm mmm mmmmm " " r. Christiansen 4, Oatly Lottery Winner Comics' 10,11 , ' . Crossword Puzzle . i 11 ff J g DearAbby 3 J Bob Greene 1 . Horoscope ....10, Tickets dated, Sept. 26, 1983 Sneed&Lavin NC. , Postscripts from the Emmys . . . Sounds heard backstage: Question to an "SCTV" writer: "Do you feel obligated at times like these to be funny?" Answer: "No." , . . Question to Mr. T.: "What do' you think about awards?" Answer: "I don't think nothin' about them. Give me money. Next year half these winners won't be workin'." . . . Blue-haired John' Forsythe, pointing to Linda Evans, whose cleavage starts under her chin, and Joan Collins, who tries harder: "I hope when I get to be 40 I look as good as these two." . . . Eddie Murphy: "I'd like you to meet my dear, dear friend Snooky Lanson." Snooky Lanson: "I " was supposed to say, 'Thank you, Rochester, but when I got out there, I forgot." . Sights seen backstage: Eddie Murphy's studied "shock" when he didn't win the kind of look most losing nominees feel, but never show . . . The press room, where rows and rows of reporters dressed in tuxedos ". sat in front of banks of television sets, filing their stories on deadline, without ever getting close to the show or the stars . . . The dinner after the ceremony in the Century Plaza Hotel, where the stars who picked on lobster salad, brie and raspberries all looked smaller, thinner and-specially in the case of the game show hosts-older than on the tube. Ruminations: What is there to say about: Opening the show with 20 singing and dancing CPA's? . . . Putting Michael Jackson and Luciano Pavarotti in the same category? . . . Judd Hirsh's cry-baby speech? .. . ; Carol Kane's get-up? ... And why is it that the clips of the old shows are always the best part of the night? The Kennedy klan . . . There seems to be no bottom to the Kennedy coffers especially when they cougli up for their nieces and. nephews. INC. hears JFK's sis, Jean .Kennedy Smith, bought a dozen wineglasses for Sydney Lawford, daughter of Patricia Kennedy and actor Peter Lawford, when she married Boston newsman Peter McKelvey. If it sounds like a trifle, bear in mind that it's not uncommoa in those circles for brides to choose crystal that goes for I r I several nunarea ducks a stem ... Ana inc. s ear to the 1 X. I . LJ Kennedy compound reports that Emily Black Kennedy, tju.m.A. B .4r"r. .,a wife of Robert Kennedy Jr.. has her finpers rrnsspH in hopes her hubby's heroin addiction js broken. The young Mrs. Kennedy was threatening to untie the marital knot before his drug problem became public. - Watt words ... "Secretary of the interior James Watt, the man with the mouth that does a lot of footwork, seems to have no trouble finding the wrong words but INC. hears that in at least one instance, he couldn't find any words at all. Watt attended a posh Capitol Hill party a while back and was asked by the pianist what song he'd like to hear. When Watt responded "Home on the Range," the pianist wondered why he refused to sing along. Watt replied sheepishly: "J don't know the words!" Watt will address an Executive's Club luncheon Priday in the Grand Ballroom of the Palmer House. Oh, my dears ... : , The Divine does bring them out. And out they .came, snaking their way up to the ninth floor of Marshall Field's Monday to see the Queen of "Flash and Trash, Bette the Bountiful, the Divine Miss'M (that's Midler to youse). She was signing her latest literary outpouring, ''The Saga of Baby Divine," an uplifting tale of a red-haired high-heeled baby who can say only one word "More." It learns the secret of life: "Cherish forever what makes you unique, 'cuz you're really a yawn if it goes!" And don't you forget it. Star tracks Joan Rivers' "Don't cry for me, Pasadena" remark on Sunday's Emmy Awards may have been inspired by that megabucks diamond necklace she was wearing she borrowed it from jeweler Harry Winston, who originally designed it for Evita Peron . . . Roger Moore felt right at home when he did two days' filming on "The Naked Face" at Joe Perillo's used car lot on West Diversey. Perijlo, a James Bond fan? has 007 dealer plates on about 40 cars there . . . Newest star on the Hollywood horizon: former Chicagoan Tom Berenger, whose i!,aaie ana tne cruisers ' openea last weekena, with '"The Big Chill" following this Friday . . . Liv Ullman who usually plays tragic or depressed women gets to be glamorous in "Fool's Gambit," a movie she nas been filming in Paris and Switzerland, with Leslie Caron . . . AI Pacino's leading lady, in "Scarface" is Michelle Pfeiffer, who made her (you'll pardon the expression) dramatic debut in "Grease 11." Political postscripts . . . , Kennedy Murphy Ullman The Young Republicans of Illinois won't make any endorsement in the upcoming Senate primary (their constitution prohibits it), but Sen. Chuck Percy might be interested to know that the group's new state chairman, William Scott, is a big fan of U.S. ReD. Tom Corcoran. who is vying for Percy's seat. . n j. Four of the policemen who volunteered to guard becret messages . luajrui j one Dymc unci luctyur. iiuroiu wasningion ordered their removal have been assigned to shifts that make it difficult for them to guard her full time. The four men, who have a total of approximately. 30 years police service, were also put back in uniform. Bulletin") is a Winnetka native who was a member of New Trier West High School's class of 1970 . . . Step-penwolf Theater's artistic director, Jeff Perry, and his wife, actress Laurie Metcalfe, are ecstatic about their latest collaboration daughter Zoe, born Tuesday morning .. . Tuesday birthdays: Robb Weller, 34; Channel 2's l Mike Parker, 40; Shawn Cassidy, 25; William Conrad,'63; Jayne. Meadows, 57 ... Tuts has signed the Peter Tork ' Project (yes, from the Monkees) for an Oct. 28 show On the mend: JAM's Arny Granat, recovering from back surgery ip Highland Park Hospital; and President Nix-' on's former secretary, Rose Mary Woods, bouncing back ; from triple bypass "surgery in a Washington, D.C., hospital . . . Chicago' actor David Saunders, who'll cohost Channel 5's "Kidstown U.S.A." special on Tuesday, will . show up in a featured role early next year in Robert Conrad's "Hard Knox". TV movie. Midler Edgar . Woods. INC.lings . . . . .. , , . Emmy award-winning writer Edward Zwick ("Special Secretary of State Jim Edgar has a word of praise for ' the state's new license plates, which are being made by 40 handicapped workers in Central Illinois; (Previous plates were made by convicts in Texas and New York.) ;: "It's nice to be getting plates from this group, rather -than the ones with obscene words like the prisoners ' made sometimes," Edgar said. "One .prisoner had-scratched ,n a plate: 'Get Mi Out Of This Placer " '1

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