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The Leaf-Chronicle from Clarksville, Tennessee • Page 2

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Weaker The Leaf-Chronicle, Clarkavllle, Tenn. Pag 2A, Sunday, December 25, 1888 cdy cdv 45 52 54 29 .31 cdy 25 14 .14 cdy For The Record Information provided by Th AMociatad Pra In Clarkavllle 47 clr clr r-rMort 55 32 .41 19 cdy 38 48 32 cdy KENTUCKY cdy 28 49 34 17 41 Saturday's high: 65 Saturday's tow: 49 Last year's high: 55 cdy cdy clr cdy cdy sn cdy sn clr 42 27 .22 10 -12 .03 29 04 I 31 03 44 31 32 14 .01 47 47 14 cdy 31 29 33 14 tended from Ohio to Louisiana. Elsewhere, a major winter storm moved through much of the West and was forecast to continue Christmas Day. Winter storm warnings for heavy snow were posted for most of the mountains west of the Rockies. In northern California, snow fell down to the valley floor In portions of the Sacramento Valley. Redding, which normally gets about 3 Inches of snow all winter, received 10 Inches from Friday night until midday Saturday. Four Inches of rain fell In the mountains near San Simeon, with 2 Inches in San Luis Obispo, where street and highway flooding was reported. The storm also whipped up winds to 55 mph at Half Moon Bay, on the central California coast. Last year's low: 45 24-hour precipitation (reading taken at 7 a.m. Sunset: 4:38 today Sunrise: 6:56 tomorrow sn clr 83 71 .04 48 44 .01 cdy 54 37 .23 clr 70 43 ,17 clr Cdy 77 51 clr 10 cdy 27 14 54. 19 52 34 Tennessee Lake Stages Unavailable rrt Clr 59 53 .20 59 49 rn 42 40 .45 cdy NMhvM 45 30 Today's Forecast Christmas Day: Partly cloudy. High in the mid-40s. Low near 30. Light and variable wind on Christmas Day. Monday: Mostly cloudy. A chance of rain before evening. High upper 40s. Chance of precipitation 30 percent. Long-Range Outlook The extended forecast calls for cloudy and mild conditions with rain likely on Tuesday, then rain ending and turning colder Wednesday and fair and colder Thursday. Lows will be in the 30s Tuesday, 35 to 45 on Wednesday and in mid-20s to lower 30s on Thursday. Highs will be mostly in the 50s on Tuesday and Wednesday and 35 to 45 on Thursday. Temperatures 44 42 .91 74 49 TENNESSEE cdy cdy cdy cdy cdv 74 24 44 29 19 38 cdy Cleveland Columbus.Ohlo Concord.N.H. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton Denver Des Moines Detroit Duiuth El Pom Evansvllle Fairbanks Fargo FlogslaH Grand Rapids Great Falls Greensboro, NX. Hartford Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Lubbock Memphis Miami Beach Mldlond-Odessa Milwaukee Mpls-StPaul Nashville New Orleans New Vork City Norfolk, Va. North Platte Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, Maine Portland.Ore. Providence Raleigh Rapid City Reno Richmond Sacramento St Louis Salt Lake Cltv San Antonio San Diego San Francisco San Juan, P. R. St Ste Marls Seattle Shreveport Sioux Falls Spokane Syracuse Tampa-St Ptrsbg Tooeka Tucson Tulsa Washlngton.D.C. Wichita 44 53 .14 cdy Temperatures 74 48 2.20 44 14 .29 clr clr clr 43 49 40 12 41 34 southern Plains, southern New Mexico and the desert Southwest to California; in the 70s In much of Florida and extreme southern Texas; and in the 30s and 40s In most of the rest of the nation. cdy clr cdv 43 24 74 59 .04 cdy high Plains across the Rockies and intermountain West to portions of the Pacific Northwest; rain along the Washington and Oregon coast, and across much of California to southern Arizona; and scattered snowthrough Michigan, the eastern Great Lakes and the northern Appalachians. 42 37 .20 clr Indicate previous dav't low to I p.m. EOT. HI Lo Pre Otlk 35 33 .04 cdv 44 20 cdv 40 23 cdy 13 -01 sn 54 ,51 .20 Clr 45 58 (.04 clr 41 41 cdy 55 33 .19 cdy 24 22 .17 cdy 43 38 .14 sn 41 30 .14 Cdy Weather Elsewhere 54M47 clr 34 Ar clr 50 Today's Forecast Christmas Day: Sunny and cool. High around 50. Northeast wind 5 mph. Tonight: Quite cool and clear. Low in the lower 30s. Monday: Increasing clouds. Milder with the high in the mid 50s. Long-Range Outlook The Tennessee extended forecast for Monday through Wednesday cialls for fair Monday. Cloudy with a chance of rain Tuesday and Wednesday. Highs in the 50s to low 60s. Lows in the upper 30s and low 40s. Temperatures High Low Precl 49 55 4 cdy 44 35 .23 clr 28 21 sn 45 41 .27 clr 39 13 35 25 .20 49 21 .01 50 42 .30 57 40 .15 32 22 .05 48 55 40 47 cdy sn clr rn clr sn cdy rn Ttmpraturs high and overnight Albony.N.Y. Albuquerque Amarlllo Anchorage Aihevllle Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Billings Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burlington, Vt. Casper Charleston. C. i Charlotte.N.C. Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cdy sn 25 04 31 24 .02 Station City Bowling Grm Covington Jackson Lexington London Loulsvlllt Paducah 5 48 37 a a 44 a so 2.06 0.41 1.74 1.27 0.92 55 44 1.05 rn 37 33 .04 cdv 82 72 .14 cdy 38 30 cdy cdv sn sn 82 48 52 33 .11 34 34 .01 Heavy snow hit the mountains in the West on Christmas Eve, creating hazardous avalanche conditions in Utah; California was drenched with rain that flooded streets; and in the East, thunderstorms spawned tornadoes in Tennessee. Tornadoes killed one person near Nashville, on Saturday. The thunderstorms were associated with a cold front that ex-. 59 40 0.70 40 42 0.15 High temperatures in the single digits were forecast through most of Montana, and portions of North Dakota and Minnesota; in the teens and 20s from the intermountain West across the northern Rockies, the northern Plains and upper Mississippi Valley to northern Michigan in the 50s and 60s from the middle and south Atlantic coastal states across the Tennessee Valley and Gulf states, the 42 37 .15 49 40 .05 41 12 30 27 44 25 .03 33 09 .02 cdv rn clr cdy sn sn cdy 82 59 Prc. High Low 59 33 .09 cdy cdv clr clr cdy clr clr 59 31 57 54 57 40 .20 51 50 32 14 48 33 58 37 .49 National Forecast The forecast for Christmas Day called for snow from the northern Station Memphis Nashvlll Chattanooga Knoxvllle SO 31 SO 32 S3 3S 53 35 cdy clr clr cdy 42 39 42 35 .21 S3 31 -t-w. iCZffei i4. svr? CIA's Beirut Bureau Chief Aboard Doomed Flight 103 in down basis because of the intermittent strife in the country among rival groups. It is not unusual for the U.S. government to assign a CIA official to such a sensitive post CIA agents in the past have been the targets of extremists. In an effort to shield them, the State Department in 1975 ceased publishing the names of employees at U.S. embassies. The State Department said on Friday that three of its employees were aboard, two stationed in Beirut and the third at the U.S. Embassy in Nicosia, Cyprus. President-elect Bush declined to comment on the situation. "I know nothing about it," he said in a ques-tion-and-answer session with reporters outside his residence. Continued from page 1A A little more than two weeks before the crash, a caller identifying himself with the radical Palestinian Abu Nidal group telephoned a warning to the U.S. Embassy in Helsinki that a Pan Am passenger jet bound from Frankfurt, West Germany, to JMew York via London would be attacked. The State Department said Thursday it sent out a security alert. Still, some U.S. officials complained privately that insufficient precautions were taken and that servicemen traveling home for the holidays had not been informed. After the crash, several callers to news organizations claimed their groups were responsible for the attack. The U.S. Embassy in Beirut operates on a scaled- AP Loserphoto Christmas Twister Emergency workers walk past the, damaged cars and demolished buildings left by a tornado early Saturday morning in the Nashville suburb of Brentwood. At least one person was killed and 15 others injured. Tornado Brings Destruction, Death Continued from page 1A The tornadoes, which struck just said, "It was just like a train going Ernest Rice, age unknown, was after 6 a.m., also "did a lot of through the house, a lot of wind and dead on arrival at. Williamson property damage," Lambert said. it was whistling real loud and glass County Medical Center, 20 miles Most residents in the area were was flying everywhere," Mrs. south of Nashville, where at least 15 sleeping or just waking up when the White's brick frame home was people injured in the storm were storm hit. "All I know is I got up and heavily damaged, but she, her hus- taken, said Arvemia Wilburn, nurs- got myself a cup of said band and their two sons weren't ing supervisor. Britton. "I heard two fast whistles even scratched. Large, trees were She said two people remained at "(of wind) and that was it, I was torn into kindling and shards of the hospital, but would be released blown off my feet," wood, metal and insulation marked later Saturday. Britton's neighbor, Betty White, the path of the tornado. Elizabeth Dole Named -j. 7 As Labor Secretary it mxrrrw THE LEAF-CHRONICLE (USPS1U-020) Published each morning Monday through Sunday at Second and Commerce Street, Clarksville, TN, 37040. Phone (615) 552-1808. Second Class postage paid at Clarksville, TN. 37040. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Leaf-Chronicle, P.O. Box 829, Clarksville, TN. 37041-0829 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Home Delivered By Carrier "To promote and protect the welfare of America's working men and women, America's working families, is a challenge I accept with great she saidTMrsTDoleaid she would give a high priority to issues such as child care and the homeless. Bush's selection drew praise from labor leaders as well as from key members of the Senate, which will have to confirm Mrs. Dole's nomination to succeed Ann Dore DailySunday 1 Month 8.05 13 24.05.'. 26 Weeks 48.10 52 Weeks 96.20 Weekend 5.45 'J. 16.25 32.50 65.00 Continued from page 1 A lenges out there, and who has the experience, the stature and the ability to deal with them Other issues confronting the labor secretary' are, retraining displaced workers, insuring better job safety, creating private-public partnerships and respecting workers' rights, the vice president said. ush's announcement, made the day before Christmas, means that only once' Cabinet job energy secretary remains open. Bush said he would reveal no more appointments before next Friday, following his return from a hunting and fishing trip in Texas and Alabama. Mrs. Dole, standing next to Bush outside the vice president's mansion, said unemployment, at a 14-year low, but people weref still unable to find work. 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