The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on September 18, 1989 · 97
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 97

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L BROWARD FINAL SUNNY CHANCE OF SHOWERS' HIGH 90 LOW: 79 DETAILS 13A LUCKY LOTTO TICKET WAS BOUGHT IN BROWARD 3A SUNRISE PURGE: changing of guard brings a new calm ibr SAVVY FINALISTS: SMALL BUSINESS AWARDS businessmonday CLASSIFIED 12D ACTION LINE 5B HOROSCOPE 58 COMICS 8 LIV TODAY 1C CROSSWORD SB LOCAL IBS DEATHS 38 MOV ES 6C EDITORIALS 14A SPORTS ID FLA NEWS 3A TELEVISION 4C Sty 126 PAGES MONDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1989 Contents Copyright' 1989 The Miami Herald 25 CENTS FOOTBALllSPECIALSi DASHING DEBUT: Dolphin Sammie Smith blows past Patriot Maurice Hurst in a long gain during the first quarter In his team debut Smith rushed seven times for 40 yards DOLPHINS SACK PATS The Dolphins after an 0-4 pre-season and a no-time-remaimng loss in last week's season-opener made no doubts about getting a victory Sunday Miami scored 17 first-quarter points and recorded seven sacks in a 24-10 victory over New England FANTASTIC FINISHES Philadelphia's Wes Hopkins ran 77 yards with a lateral after a fumble recovery setting up Randall Cunningham’s four-yard TD pass to Keith Jackson with 52 seconds left as the Eagles rallied for a 42-37 victory over the Washington Redskins Green Bay’s Don Maj-kowski moved the Packers 80 yards in 55 seconds and hit Sterling Sharpe with a three-yard TD pass with 1 -26 to go for a 35-34 upset of New Orleans Joe Montana scored on a four-yard run with 40 seconds remaining to rally the San Francisco 49ers to a 20-16 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Details in Sports ID ugo bores in on Puerto Rico YELTSIN’S ‘GLASNOST’ GREETINGS CANDACE BARBOT Miami Herald Staff MIAMI VISIT: Populist Soviet lawmaker Boris Yeltsin grins during a luncheon held Sunday to raise money to fight AIDS in the Soviet Union Soviet urges democracy at home ILLEGAL CHURCH RALLIES IN UKRAINE 7A ByLUISFELDSTEIN SOTO Herald Staff Writer Maverick Soviet politician Boris Yeltsin winding up his eight-day tour of the United States serenaded Miami’s anti-Commumst ears Sunday by scolding his country’s ideological hard-liners and egging them on to more private enterprise and democratic reforms Yeltsin displayed the tact of a politician and the wit of a stand-up comic in the final stop of his 11-city tour In measured tones that belied his fiery rhetoric Yeltsin repeatedly tweaked the Soviet Union’s ruling Politburo for its “machinations” against glasnost and perestroika the country’s twin movements toward political and economic freedom He even called for the ouster of five Politburo conservatives beginning with his nemesis hard-liner Yegor Ligachev “The first two years of perestroika had an enormous impact” said Yeltsin the Soviet Umon’s leading populist politician “They restored to the Soviet citizens that dignity which has been trampled for so many years People started thinking for themselves and stopped thinking exactly as their leaders thought which was the case m our country for so long” All day the towering silver-haired Yeltsin inspired laughter and awe for his constant often PLEASESEE YELTSIN 5A ‘Extreme damage’ predicted on island PROJECTED PATH 12A PUERTO RICO PREPARES 12A By CARLOS HARRISON And ARNOLD MARKOWITZ Herald Staff Writers SAN JUAN Puerto Rico — Hurricane Hugo was heading toward a daybreak landing m Puerto Rico today after bursting Sunday across the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe where five people were reported killed A sixth person died when he touched a power line and was electrocuted while removing the television antenna from his roof in Utu-ado m Puerto Rico’s central area Antonio Alago 51 was apparently the first victim on that island At 10:30 pm the National Hurricane Center in Coral Gables relayed reports of a steady 100 mile-per-hour wind on St Croix and St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands within 40 miles from Hugo’s center Gusts of 90 mph were measured on St Thomas Trees and streetlights were falling in the outskirts of San Juan on Puerto Rico’s northern coast about eight hours before Hugo’s eye was expected to hit the southern coast near Guayama In two or three days forecasters at the hurricane center said they should have some idea if or when Hugo might hit the US mainland Long-range computer estimates Sunday projected its course only to Wednesday in the southern Bahamas but those projections could be off by a few hundred miles On Sunday the Leeward Islands of Guadeloupe Montserrat Antigua Dominica St Kitts and Nevis saw their worst storm since 1979 when Hurricane David virtually demolished Dominica Late Sunday it looked as if Hugo PLEASESEE HUGO 12A Israel tries to prepare for flood of Soviet Jews as US cuts quotas UTiMiW3Hi I VITAL ISRAELI ISSUE 6A SOVIET JEWS SECOND OF A SERIES By ALFONSO CHARDY Herald Staff Writer JERUSALEM — Since the mid-1970s Israeli officials have been frustrated by a simple fact: While most Jews leaving the Soviet Union have permission to enter Israel the vast majority decide instead to live in the United States Now with American policy expected to limit the number of Soviet Jews granted asylum m the United States Israelis are scram bling to prepare for a dramatic increase in the number of Soviet immigrants At the top of the agenda is finding the millions of dollars it will take — perhaps $1 billion a year — to provide the new immigrants with housing schooling and jobs “Israel is not prepared now to handle mass aliyah ” Yitzhak Peretz the Israeli minister of absorption told the Cabinet in April using the Hebrew word that means PLEASESEE SOVIET JEWS 6A ffllMIMHiMIili Ball Woods Hunter GOVERNOR’S AWARD: the late Lucille Ball BEST MINISERIES: War and Remembrance ABC BEST ACTOR IN A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL: James Woods My Name Is Bill W ABC ' BEST ACTRESS IN A MINISERIES OR SPECIAL: Holly Hunter Roe Vs Wade NBC BEST DRAMA SERIES: LA Law NBC BEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES: Carroll O’Connor In The Heat of The Night NBC BEST ACTRESS IN A DRAMA SERIES: Dana Delany China Beach ABC BEST COMEDY SERIES: Cheers NBC BEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES: Richard Mulligan Empty Nest NBC BEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES: Candice Bergen Murphy Brown CBS More winners page 11A LA Law Cheers Wouk’s War take honors as television’s best Emmys a ‘rerun’: Favorites win again By STEVE SONSKY Herald Television Writer Was it hve or was it Memorex? It was a night full of surprises And more than a few times the 41st Annual Emmy Awards broadcast Sunday night from Pasadena Calif seemed to be a kind of repeat broadcast of Emmys of years past as old stars and old series rode retro-rockets to renewed recognition — while heavily favored Lonesome Dove rode out of town without the bounty everyone expected Ignoring favored newcomer Murphy Brown and other more recent models of sitcom vogue like The Wonder Years and Designing Women the Academy shocked by favoring Cheers now in its eighth season as the best comedy LA Law which won two years ago after its first season won again last night as best drama Two more denizens of the bar where everyone knows your name won as well for supporting roles — Rhea Perlman for the fourth time for her characterization of the carmverous Carla the barmaid and Woody Harrelson for the first time Richard Mulligan who once won for Soap was named best lead actor in a comedy again last night for his role in Empty Nest Carroll O’Connor who won in PLEASESEE EMMYS 11A SOMBER: Linda Lamb reacts to West Lake Park replica of vet memorial VETERANS’ REUNION B A group of Vietnam veterans hopes to bring a war memorial like the one in Washington D C to West Lake Park in Hollywood Local IBR GOING GOING B Two standing stuffed bears A 1962 Rolls-Royce that belonged to Baron von Krupp A gaudy parlor allegedly from a bordello That’s the stuff of which a Pompano Beach auction was made Living Today 1C GAINS AT COLLEGES A growing demand for adult education and better recruiting at high schools have helped bring a sharp increase in enrollment at Broward colleges LocatlBR HOSPITAL DEBATE The division of Broward County into two hospital districts has stirred an old debate anew Local IBR Exxon leaves oily beaches ire in Alaska A TRAGIC TOLL 10A By MARIA HALKIAS Dallas Morning News VALDEZ Alaska — North America’s largest oil spill has fallen into the hands of Mother Nature as Exxon shut down its massive effort to restore Prince William Sound and the Gulf of Alaska Left behind will be angry environmentalists critical state officials a divided citizenry oily beaches more than 100 lawsuits more than 34000 dead birds almost 1000 dead sea otters and about $775 million spent by Exxon on a cleanup effort that has produced mixed results No one not even Exxon says the affected shorelines of Alaska are clean As cold weather sets in the oil company finished its hands-on cleanup Friday nearly six months after the Exxon Valdez supertanker PLEASESEE SPILL 10A Associated Press THE LAST STEP: Workers apply fertilizer to beach on Exxon’s last day of Alaskan oil cleanup Tots of drug-using moms develop slower study says By SANDRA DIBBLE Herald Staff Writer Two-year-olds exposed to cocaine during their mothers’ pregnancy have trouble concentrating and are overwhelmed by tasks easily performed by others their age according to a study released Sunday in Miami “Cognitively intellectually these babies are OK but they can’t perform” said Dr Ira Chasnoff a Chicago physician who discussed the results of his study at a meeting of the National Association for Perinatal Addiction Research and Education Unless these children’s problems are addressed Chasnoff said they face more trouble later in life “We foresee that many of these children will end up in special education or classes for the learning disabled” Chasnoff said “Many will not PLEASESEE DRUG BABY 8A 0 ) V

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