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A6 The Sun WEDNESDAY. February WEATHER Forecasts SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY: High wind watch today below Cajon Pass. Strong gusty winds below canyons today and Thursday, with areas ot blowing dust and sand. Winds decreasing tonight. Mostly clear skies. Highs 70s. Lows 40 to 48. LOW DESERTS: Mostly clear skies with gusty winds today, decreasing overnight Highs today low and mid-70s, warming Thursday into mid-and upper 70s. Overnight lows 40s. LOW DESERTS: Mostly clear skies today and Thursday Gusty winds today, decreasing tonight Highs today upper bOs to mid-60s warming Thursday into mid-and upper 60s Lows mid-30s to mid-40s MOUNTAIN AREAS: High wind watch today Winds decreasing tonight. Mostly clear skies through Thursday Coder today with highs 42 to 50 and Thursday 46 to b4 Overnight lows 24 to 34 BEACHES: Mostly clear skies today and Thursday, with gusty winds diminishing tonight. Highs mid-60s to mid-70s. Overnight lows 40s LOS ANGELES: Wind advisory below canyons today Gusty winds below canyons today decreasing tonight, but continuing Thursday Mostly clear skies. Highs today low 70s and Thursday mid-70s. Lows tonight 48 to 52 SAN DIEGO: High wind advisory today tor areas below canyons. Clear skies through Thursday, except patchy coastal low clouds and tog early this morning Coastal highs 65 to 71 Lows 43 to 48 Inland highs 67 to 73. Overnight lows 38 to 46 Extended forecasts VALLEY: Mostly clear skies with local gusty north to northeast winds below the canyons Friday through Sunday. MOUNTAINS: Mostly clear skies with gusty north to northeast winds Friday through Sunday. DESERTS: Mostly clear skies with local northeast winds Friday through Sunday. Yesterday's state temperatures High Low Lancaster 66 41 Bakerstield 6 41 Lor g Beach 6 50 Beaumont ? 3 Los AngtHes '1 4 Bishop 54 30 Marvsville 65 46 Blyme 71 42 Monrovia '8 43 Caialma b7 46 Monlebello .'6 44 Culver City .'6 46 Monterey 68 46 Eureka 53 38 Newport Beach m m Fresno 63 3 Oakland 69 49 SMOG REPORT 1 Yesterday's Peak Ozone Levels Smog episodes are called when ozone levels have averaged 200 tor one hour or. tor a second-stage alert. 275 tor one hour. Unhealthtul days (ozone levels over 100) this year: HedlandsO SanBernardinoO Fontana 0 Crestline 0 100 75 -f 50 25 Sun and moon Wednesday. February 1 7. 1968 - 5 34 p m I I JFebruary17 1 )February24 VyNewMoon VI 7FirstQuariir TODAY'S NATIONAL Honolulu 83 70 clr Yesterday Hi Lo Pre 35 25 63 29 64 33 24 09 52 30 44 37 69 76 36 44 3 7 22 39 30 04 52 22 37 19 44 30 45 37 43 29 22 Today Tomorrow II Lo 01k 8 17 cdy 6 31 cdy 8 27 cdy 3 13 cdy 2 31 cdy 7 37 cay Hi Lo Oto 34 24 Clr 47 19 cdy 40 21 cdy 28 19 sn 58 41 cdy 46 33 cdy 52 47 rn 4" 31 cdv 0 56 cdy 4 27 clr 26 cdy 30 cdy 14 cdy 25 cdy 28 cir 24 cdy 15 cdy 11 cay 31 clr 26 clr 30 clr 11 Cdy 23 cir 31 cdy 26 cdy 28 cdy 16 clr 48 cdy 29 cdy 18 cdy 21 Clr 30 cay 45 rn 24 cdv 29 cdy 31 cdy 23 cdy 20 clr 24 cdy 46 Cdy 25 cdv 35 25 23 21 .08 57 39 37 29 .01 54 34 32 24 40 15 .01 40 24 33 ?4 01 35 26 42 31 74 39 37 25 46 29 12 44 22 55 39 cdy 41 21 cdy 38 21 cir 45 30 cdy 39 29 cdy 42 30 cdy 35 '8 cir 48 40 rn 42 30 cdy 49 21 cdy 43 21 cir . 5038irk. BURnga i "J Detroit -"- j 4826cdy .; &2 3625 i: .( Boston Prtan4.- X """jf 5cdy U- M 43-28 clr V wfr-i umr J2i.r,e,t0n MS0clr Phoen), l.3rn y6531 clr Tfciw 8745 Clr i n-n. v-"i i 31clf sPft. 5848 cdy -. "'lyC Orlean. 7 64,45cdy 7 Faithful decide on going The New York Times NEW YORK Millions of Americans who normally give little public sign of religious allegiance will walk around today with one smudged on the forehead. On this as on every Ash Wednesday, Roman Catholic priests and many Episcopal and Lutheran clergy will be making a cross-shaped mark of ash on the foreheads of parishioners. The traditional words of the ritual, which begins the 40-day penitential season of Lent, remind the believer that "you are dust and unto dust you will return." That smudge of ash, like the yarmulke of an Orthodox Jew, might appear to run against the widespread notion that religion is a strictly private affair in the United States. And such a tangible reminder of mortality may seem out of keeping with u cul 17. 1988 Daily Summary SB. Yesterday s High Yesterday s Low High this date last year Low this date last year Relative humidity at 1 p m. 74 43 68 45 S.B. precipitation COUNTY TEMPERATURES High Low High Ljw barslow b,' j6 George Af B o0 U BujPear & h I ae ArmN.id i Cotton 7ij 42 lomalmod 'b 44 Daygett 70 42 Needles .0 10 Devore 7b 44 Ontario ,'1 4' Fontana 78 44 Redlands 16 38 TODAY'S STATE FORECAST Eure ff 5640 LakTaho I 1 4508 J I 1 7042 San jjt Francisco fTa7250 SanJoa V FraanS 70(37 Santa Barbara ll7142 San Bernardino Loa Angelea 7450 San Diego 714 Palm Springs 83 4 San Jose h9 42 Pasadena 7b 4o Santa Ana 3 45 PasoHobles 71 31 Santa Barbara 61 38 Red Blurt m 46 Santa Cru 67 4 Redwood City 68 44 Santa Maria '6 41 Sacramento 66 4 Santa Monica 6 48 Sai-nas 7? 40 Stockton 66 4j San Gabriel '6 42 Tahoe Valley 4? 19 Sa" Diego 61 49 Torrance 69 48 San Francisco 1 50 VosemiteVly 59 32 Today's Forecast Rdlnds SB. Fntna Crstln Thursday February 18, 1988 6 3? a m Thursday, February 18. 19M 36 p.m. ( )March3 ( I J V yFullMoon I March 11 'Last Quarter FORECAST Miami 7653 clr f Today Tomorrow Prc HI LoOtlkHI Lo Ot Detroit 31 20 36 25 cdy 37 21 cdy Duiuth 27 14 25 10 cdy 34 16 cdy Ei Paso 71 29 57 35 cdy 44 29 cdy Fairbanks 01 -19 -05 -25 clr 00 - 20 cdy Fargo 29 12 32 11 cdy 35 21 cdy Fiagslarf 50 20 35 14 clr 36 13 cdy Grand Flapids 29 21 .02 35 25 cdy 36 21 cdy Great Fans 42 27 50 28 clr 40 30 cdy Hartford 40 29 16 4 4 2 4 clr 39 27 cdy Heiena 38 30 01 45 22 cdy 42 25 rn Honolulu 82 70 83 70 cir 82 70 clr Houston 68 48 66 53 cdy 55 52 rn Indianapolis 43 20 41 27 cdy 39 26 cdy jackson Miss. 61 26 65 41 rn 56 46 rn Jacksonville 61 36 70 32 cdy 73 45 Cdy Juneau 41 34 41 13 rn 41 33 rn Kansas City 62 33 43 29 cdy 45 24 cdy las Vegas 64 38 58 35 cir 69 35 clr Little Rock 66 30 53 37 rn 48 40 rn Louisville 4b 24 47 32 cdy 42 32 cdy Lubbock 7 2 29 4 3 28 cdy 41 23 cdy Memphis 57 2 7 56 38 cdy 50 42 rn Miami Beach 67 58 11 76 53 clr 79 62 cdy Milwaukee 35 14 33 21 cdy 35 20 cdy Mpis-StPaul 36 17 32 15 cdy 38 19 cdy Nashville 49 19 55 30 cdy 51 38 rn New Orleans 59 33 64 45 cdy 69 53 rn New York City 44 35 32 47 31 cir 43 35 cdy Nortolk Va. 50 40 05 55 32 clr 52 36 cdy ture reputed to be relentlessly cheerful. But there is no doubt about the ritual's popularity. Churches in most major cities will find Catholics waiting in long lines before, during and after work to receive ashes. It is "a statement in a secular world," says Daniel P. Mulhollan, who works at the Library of Congress as a specialist in American government, and plans to receive ashes. "It's a leveler, a reminder that we are all going to die," he observed. Jay Dolan, a church historian at the University of Notre Dame, says a variety of cultural currents, from popular psychology to separation of church and state, contribute to the feeling that religion should be personal and pri vate. Dolan says he feels uncomfortable wearing ashes. But even if Dolan is right about as a trend away from "muscular" displays of Catholic devo 30-day temperatures Norton Jan i6 w 4,' Ft 1 m 4 Jdn i; 51 43 fob ! 5' 43 75 jan '8 . M 42 Fee 3 63 38 40 Jan 19 b! 42 fvB 4 66 38 68 Jan 20 63 35 Feb 5 70 50 44 Jan 21 61 35 Feb 6 7! 37 28 Jan 2? 64 46 Feb 7 t 39 Jan 23 . . 69 40 Feb 8 '8 38 Jan 24 77 47 Feb 9 83 46 Jan 2b ;3 41 Feb 10 8J 43 Jan 26 . . 77 41 Feb 11 7 7 46 ... 10 76 Jan 27 ,'S 4 Feb '2 80 43 6 08 J M . .'5 45 Feb 13 .'4 4? 9 28 Jan 29 b' 44 Feb '4 '8 42 Jan 30 5? 41 Feb 15 bj 5 Jan 31 55 43 I eb 'f , 4 4J H:ah Low w dito . i Rvefs.de '8 V Sa" Aionio :4 tx) TetvinePalms 7? 42 Wrig!LMd b? 26 Vueaipa 8 40 Vutca Valley ...... Northern California FORECAST: Fair through Thursday. Highs in the upper 50s and 60s in coastal areas, with lows 35 to 45. Coastal valley highs from mid-60s to low 70s, with lows from 30s to mid-40s. EXTENDED FORECAST: Fair and mild except for patchy night and morning fog Friday through Sunday Coastal area highs in the mid-50s and 60s and lows in the 30s and 40s. Central California FORECAST: Fair through Thursday. Coastal area highs in the upper 60s and 70s. with lows in the 40s to lower 50s. Coastal valley highs trom the upper 60s to about 80. Lows trom the 30s to mid-40s. EXTENDED FORECAST: Sunny days and clear nights Friday through Sunday. Coastal area highs trom the mid-60s to mtd-70s, with lows from the upper 30s to low 50s. MARITIME Marine forecast POINT CONCEPTION TO THE MEXICAN BORDER - Inner idlers Amos 4 to 6 knots throogh luniyht, defeasing tonight Seas 2 feel, but up to 4 feet m wmay areas today Otter waters Smalt cratt advisory today between Point Conception and Santa Rosa Island Northwest swell 8 feet Wmds south ot Santa Rosa Island increasing to 20 to i'5 knots today and tonight, with seas at 4 feet. Tides Tody 2 2ia m ;1 1 low 8 32a m '6 8htgh 3 23p m M 5 low 9 40p m .4 9 high Thursday 3 1'a m 0 low 9 !8a m '6 5 hioh 3 5'p m -I 1 low 10 15p m 5 2 high Headings are taken at Long Beach Surf BEACH AREA Los Angeles City Orange County San Diego County S Barbara-Venlura Swell direction: Westerly. Surl 3 Prd. EicepHon None None None None 13 13 13 13 3 3 3 FOREIGN Hi Lo Wthr Jerusalem M 39 rn Amslerrlam 46 37 clr Lisbon M 50 cdy Atnens M M M London M M M Eanqnok 90 79 clr Madrid 61 39 cdy Barbados 84 71 clr Manna 86 72 cdy be,,ng 36 16 cir MeocoCi'y 77 46 clr Belgrade 43 32 cir Montreal 41 25 rn Berlin 48 30 cdy Moscow 28 28 cdy Bermuda 66 64 clr Paris 57 37 rn Brussels 48 30 cdy H o 92 70 cdy B Aires 82 64 cdy Rome M M M Cairo M M M San Juan 82 66 clr Ca gary 43 30 cdy Seoul 27 14 clr Copenhagen 39 36 cdy Siocntiolm 39 34 cdy Dubun M M M Sydney 73 64 rn Frannturt 45 25 clr Taipei 64 55 clr Geneva M M M Tel Aviv 61 46 rn Havana 86 68 clr Tokyo 43 30 cdy Heismki 3 7 34 cdy Toronto 41 27 rn Hong Kong 64 61 cdy Vancouver 48 37 cdy Istanbul 41 34 cdy Vienna M M M Yesterday Today Tomorrow Hi Lo Pre HI Lo OttkHI Lo Or clr 46 cdy 48 clr 44 cdy 79 cdy 44 cli 65 cdy 39 clr 36 rn 48 clr 40 clr 58 cdy 49 clr 49 clr 48 cdy 44 cdy 38 cdy 54 cdy 29 rn 47 cdy 54 cdy 39 cdy 40 cdy 34 cdy 77 cdy 48 cir 60 cir 48 cir 48 cdy 49 Clr 47 17 cdy 36 cdy 23 cdy 51 cdy 31 cdy 42 cdy 29 sn 23 clr 40 cdy 28 cdy 37 cdy 24 cdy 19 clr 35 cdy 29 cdy 24 cdy 50 rn 08 cdy 39 cdy 49 rn 20 cdy 31 cdy 23 cdy 53 cdy 25 clr 36 cdy 36 cdy 33 cdy 27 cdy 29 cdy public today tion, those long lines on Ash Wednesday remain an exception. The Rev. Roberto Gonzalez, pastor of Holy Cross parish in the southeast Bronx, said the ashes reminded believers of mortality and ultimate reliance on God. "In a deep and unspeakable way, that mystery is made visible through the ashes," Gonzalez said. Not everyone is equally comfortable about the Ash Wednesday rite. "To an extent, it's a class thing," said Thomas Geoghegan, a Chicago lawyer who once wrote an article for a national magazine called "Confessions of a Yuppie Catholic." "Plenty of people walk around with ashes lots of little old ladies working in serving lines," he said. "But it's different to walk into a meeting room at a corporate law firm with everybody in pinstripes. You won't see many ashes there." North Platte 43 28 43 Oklahoma City 66 37 48 Omaha 49 28 41 Orlando 62 45 02 72 Philadelphia 43 35 38 47 Phoenm 75 47 67 Pittsburgh 32 26 03 41 r ortiand Mame 42 36 12 38 PortlandOre 52 40 06 48 Providence 44 3 5 6 7 44 Raieioh 52 39 06 59 Rapid City 44 25 01 46 Reno 4b 20 47 Richmond 50 39 12 57 St Louis 59 25 45 Salt Lake City 38 30 01 42 San Antonio 74 41 72 St Sie Mane 20 -02 01 26 Seattle 50 34 50 Shreveport 70 28 64 Sioux Palis 36 26 36 Spokane 41 26 43 Syracuse 28 24 40 Tampa St Ptrsbg 61 43 70 Topena 55 2 7 48 Tucson 78 41 62 Tulsa 66 38 52 Washington DC 45 38 34 55 Wichita 60 37 50 Wnmington.Del 43 39 32 51 Lungren: Continued fromA1 that w ay." Yet given Lungren's conservative philosophy, Presley agreed that it probably was likely that conservative Democratic senators would turn out to be the key votes on this highly partisan issue. The caucus, formed three years ago to provide a stronger voice for the conservative viewpoint in a Senate dominated by liberal Democratic leaders, also includes Rose Ann Vuich of Dinu-ba. Dan Boatwright of Concord, Wadie Deddah ofChula Vista and Joseph MontoyaofKI Monte. The conservative Democrats are caught between Republicans led by Gov. George Deukmejian who want to place one of their own in this statewide office and Democrats w ho resent a Republican getting control of a potential launching pad for the governor's office without having to win it in an election as the former occupant, Jesse Unruh, did. Toxics: S.B. Continued fromA1 to dry clean clothes. The state has tried to track down businesses responsible for the contamination to make them pay for the cleanup, but there isn't enough evidence to find them, said Barbara Coler, a hazardous materials specialist with the state Department of Health Services. "We really don't have anybody to pin this on," she said. "We're at the point now where I think it's futile." Treatment of water at the eight wells will cost $3 million, and a study and cleanup of all contaminated wells in north San Bernardino will cost at least $22 million, Coler said. The state Superfund toxic cleanup program is paying for the project. The eight wells are expected to be in full operation by December. They will restore 23 million gallons a day of water production, a 37 percent increase in the current supply and a much-needed boost for a water system increasingly plagued by toxic contamination. If the wells weren't reinstated this year, the city Water Department would have to stop supplying water to the city of Loma Linda, which depends on San Bernardino water because of pesticide pollution in its own wells, officials said. "It would be no more Mr. Nice Guy. It's a terrible thing to do," Stejskal said. The wells will beipurified by a process known as air stripping in which toxic chemicals are removed by forcing air through contaminated water. The four beige-colored stripping towers will be Shooting: Seven killed in Silicon Valley office Continued fromA1 talked by telephone with the man, w ho at times was tearful and "expressed a little remorse" for his actions, said Lt. Tom Moore of the Sunnyvale Public Safety Department. Two women and five men were killed, said Alex Michaelis, commander of the safety department. They were not immediately identified. The gunman, who was fired from the company three years ago, had called police and said he shot three people on the first floor "and as many on the second floor," said Capt. Al Scott of the Howard: State Continued fromA1 wounds. His body was left in an abandoned barn in a Redlands orange grove. "He (Howard) has utterly no redeeming social value," Howard's prosecutor told the jury. "There is nothing that is worth saving." Berkey was slain because his part-time sign installation business was creating too much competition for a now-defunct San Bernardino sign company, according to trial testimony. In its decision, the Supreme Court rejected defense claims that Howard was unfairly convicted. Six justices signed the ruling. Justice Allen Broussard issued a separate opinion focusing on the dispute over interpretation of the special circumstance charge of intentional murder for financial gain, for which Howard was convicted. The special circumstance is one of several possible charges in first-degree murder cases that can result in the death penalty. Since the conservative-majority Supreme Court headed by Chief Justice Malcolm Lucas took over last year, three of six other death penalty sentences have been upheld. Area lawmakers may be key When conservative Democrats realized that they could end up being the sw ing votes, the caucus members discussed Lungren's nomination in their meeting last w eek. "We're taking it very seriously," Ayala said. lie and Presley said they're awaiting the outcome of the Senate hearings this week before finally making up their minds how to vote. Presley said most members of the caucus "seem reasonably fluid" in their iews of Lungren. But Ayala commented that to him the caucus discussion suggested that "some are leaning for him, . . . though I wouldn't want to say for sure." Before the final Senate vote on Lungren, now expected Feb. 25, the conservative caucus will meet again to see if it can reach a unified position on Lungren. Ayala favors a caucus position if possible because it could increase the group's clout. "I think the Democratic cau to clean up contaminated wells Toxic drinking water cleanup Air stripping tower 0 Existing well Source: State Dept. ot Health Services erected at two sites: Reservoir Drive and Western Avenue, and Horine Park, west of Waterman Avenue and a block north of 3()th Street. Water from the wells will be tested daily for TCK and PCK and will be absolutely sale to drink, officials said. "We won't serve contaminated water, Stejskal said. Wells in north San Bernardino have been contaminated with as much as 120 parts per billion of TCK. The state considers water with less than 5 parts per billion of TCK safe for drinking; water from the purified wells should contain less than 0.5 parts per billion, Stejskal said. The city and the state Department of Health Services will host a public hearing on the cleanup at 7 p.m. Feb. 25 at Hillside Klemen-tary School, 4!)75 N. Mayfield Ave. A Los Angeles public relations firm hired by the state al safety department. He was armed with a rifle, shotgun and two handguns, Scott said. One woman was listed in critical condition; two others were in good condition. The condition of two other victims was not immediately available. The gunman said he entered the building planning to destroy equipment, but began shooting employees because "he felt threatened by them," according to Lt. Rueben Grijalva, the chief police negotiator. On the second floor, he saw Laura Black, the woman who had rejected his advances, Grijalva said. She slammed an office door l Highland Ave. Base Line I o SAN k uj g BERNARDINO high court upholds death sentence The court upheld a fourth case, but later agreed to reconsider it. Howard's lawyer argued at trial that Howard killed as a favor to a friend, Richard "Tony" Lemock, who was distressed about Berkey's competition with him in real estate sign business in the Redlands area. There was testimony that Lemock asked him to rough up and kill Berkey and Howard agreed to perform the job for $1,500. Even if the deal would have been satisfied by something less than Berkey's murder, the court said, the main question is whether Howard committed the murder in the expectation that he would receive the desired financial reward. The court said a "fundamental problem" is that Howard's appeal focused on terms of the alleged murder contract, while the special circumstance the factor that made Howard eligible for the death penalty focused on his intention at the time of the slaying. The justices rejected the defense's contention that the trial court should have given jurors a special, defense-drafted definition of murder for financial gain. Lemock was acquitted of all cus would pay more attention to us and the governor would too.'' he said, then adding that a unified caucus also would mean respect "on both sides of aisle." But Presley said a caucus position also could work against the group. "The others (Democrats) could figure we're not cooperative," he said. Vuich stressed that each caucus member should make up his or her ow n mind. "I'm not planning making a decision as a caucus" member. Vuich said. "That wasn't my interest in joining the caucus." The conservative Democrats also differed on how they're approaching their decision. Vuich said she's only considering Lungren's credentials as a potential treasurer. "I'm not voting for him for governor," Vuich said. But Ayala, like many other Democrats, said he's weighing Lungren's views on a wide range of issues because he could later run for governor. ready has talked to about 75 residents and community leaders to address any fears or concerns. "There was not much concern raised . . . People simply don't seem to feel they are at risk," said Kvon Gotlieb, community relations coordinator for Braun and Co. The area served by the eight wells is roughly bounded by 40th Street on the north, Highland Avenue on the south. Waterman Avenue on the east and Cajon Boulevard on the west. The area includes seven elementary and junior high schools. "Our concerns would be that it is safe for our students . . . We would probably want to look at the test results they would perform, and if we weren't satisfied we would want to do our own tests," said Hal Boring, assistant superintendent for administration for San Bernardino City I'ni-fied School District. Toxic chemicals removed from the water are released into the air in the stripping process. About 4.4 pounds of the chemicals would be emitted, but oili-cials said that doesn't pose a health danger to neighbors. A thorough health risk assessment showed less than a one-in-a-mil-lion chance of cancer to nearby residents from airborne toxins. Stejskal said. By July, the towers on Reservoir Drive will be outfitted with a carbon-filtration system to reduce the amount of toxic emissions to less than one pound a day. The carbon system, which also will be used at the Horine Park site, will cost $1 million anil is required to meet air quality standards set in December by the South Coast Air Quality Management District. in his f a c e an d h e shot h e r through the door, wounding her in the shoulder. Black had been a target of Farley's affections for about four years, Moore said. Farley, who worked at KSL as a computer software technician, reportedly followed Black and Black had tried to obtain a restraining order to keep him away, he said. The two were never believed to have dated, he said. At least three people had been reported holed up in a computer room and making telephone calls to police, while others were able to escape. The shooting began about 2:30 p.m. at the TRW subsidiary. charges in a trial following Howard's. The Supreme Court also said that "Lemock might have convinced a jury, for example, that while at some point he said, 'I'd pay a million dollars to the man who gets Berkey,' he was merely using hyperbole and never intended anyone to act on the statement. "It could be shown, however, that defendant (Howard) believed the statement and under took the murder of Berkey in or der to collect." The court compared the situation to one in which a man kills his wife to collect insurance, only to find afterward that the insurance had been canceled the payment was irrelevant, it was the intent that mattered. The court said the special circumstance of intentional murder for financial gain still would apply in the case. For the record The Sun will correct all errors occurring In Its news columns. If you lind a problem with a story an error ol fact or a point requiring clarification please call the city desk. Telephone (714) 889-9666.

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