Cumberland Evening Times (Newspaper) - February 24, 1987, Cumberland, Maryland Meets With Regan About Chief Of Staffs - President Reagan and Donald T. Regan are discussing the White House chief of staff's future amid growing indications that Regan will leave after a key report on the affair is released embattled Regan told a group of presidential advisers in private late Monday that he and the president briefly discussed his White House an administration source The Los Angeles Times reported today that the president reluctantly has decided to get rid of and today's London in a dispatch from said Regan would quit Both reports quoted unidentified administration New York said Reagan cannot say for sure when he approved the first arms shipment to lady Nancy who sources say has sought Regan's has said nothing in public about reported with changes are expected to occur before the commission led by former Sen. John unveils its report on the scheme to sell weapons to Iran and divert the profits to the Contra rebels in chief of staff said he and the president agreed that they'd talk about it again after the Tower according to the who spoke only on condition he not be who attended the session called to discuss how to respond to the forthcoming Tower said Regan no indication of an intention to leave or sources close to Mrs. Reagan predicted Regan would resign because the first lady wants a new chief of staff and is campaigning to get rid of said one speaking on condition of making it sources quoted in The Washington said the president has sounded out former Nevada Republican Sen. Paul Laxalt about replacing Regan and that former Transportation Secretary Drew Lewis would work with Laxalt temporarily in the White Ims Angeles Times listed the U.S. ambassador to Charles H. as a possible Regan while the London Times said Lewis would replace Regan Los Angeles Times said the Tower report will imply that Regan has failed in his duty to protect the president as Reagan sought to deal with the whole process over at the White House in all of this has been said an unidentified senior government official quoted by the Regan has spent a lot of time protecting Don Regan and not much time trying to protect the News that the commission no specific finding of wrongdoing on Donald Regan's REGAN House Chief Of Low in mid 20s. partly High in mid 40s. Light Votes On Local 46 Servire 1 International AP Feb. 24,1987 Monday through A Baltimore Md. 21.VU. rlam paid at Troops Kill Three Gunmen In West Lebanon troops shot and killed three gunmen in west Beirut the third day of a Syrian operation aimed at disarming feuding Druse and Shiite Moslem police fatalities were the first reported since about 4,000 Syrian soldiers poured into west Beirut on Sunday to end weeklong battles for control of the Moslem sector of the said the three YOUNG WESTERNPORT MEN were arrested Friday and charged in the Feb. 4 theft of more than worth of football equipment from Valley High State Police T. 19, and Christopher W. 18, were each charged with breaking and entering and theft on Friday by Sgt. accused were given bond hearings before District Court Commissioner Jennifer Martin and released on their own pending further court into the school was gained on Feb. 4 by breaking a rear window of the equipment Items taken were mostly football jerseys and pants with a combined value of All of the property stolen in the incident has now been said TRACTOR-TRAILER DRIVER stopping to make a delivery at Cumberland Electric Company on Virginia Avenue drove the rig into a store sign and damaged a City Police a 53-year-old Virginia was charged with driving while intoxicated and negligent driving following the 2 a.m. police VEHICLES on Pennsylvania Avenue and one on South Street were entered Monday night or this morning and registration cards were City Police of the vehicles were A CB radio was also stolen from the vehicle parked on South police of the entries are under W.Va. A Randolph County woman and her two sons have their dog to thank for their spokesman for the Mill Fire Department said Portia Hall and her ages 10 and 12, escaped from their burning mobile home Monday after being awakened by their dog's frantic cause of the fire was not OF THREE WINNERS who will split Saturday's Maryland Lotto jackpot of million after matching all six numbers in the contest validated her winning ticket Monday at La Vale Plaza Wine where she purchased the according to a store woman's identity was not immediately available from the state Lottery winners will receive 19 annual payments of following an initial payment of according to Lottery spokesman Carlton other winning tickets were sold at Discount Liquors in Baltimore and Sun Valley Liquors in Glen LATE NBA GAMES By The Associated McMillan had help from everybody on the including his when the game was McMillan had a team-record 25 assists and the Seattle SuperSonics had a 124-112 NBA victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday other NBA game it was Dallas 121, Golden State 95. Rolando Blackman and Brad Davis scored 25 and 24 to lead The Mavericks scored the first 12 points of the game and were never YORK Center Moses Malone of the Washington who averaged 30.5 points and 14.0 rebounds in four has been named the NBA Player of the Week for the period ending Feb. 22. All-Star center began his productive week by scoring 36 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in a 124-110 victory at Phoenix last The following he collected 27 points and 19 rebounds in a 114-99 triumph over the Los Angeles YORK Right wing Mike Gartner of the Washington who registered a seven goals and had four has been named the Player of the Week for the period ending Feb. 22. the first player to win the weekly award when it was inaugurated in the 1980-81 edged goalie Tom Barrasso of the Sabres and centers Steve Yzerman of the Detroit Red Wings and Bernie Federko of the St. Louis Blues for the INSIDE PA GES Ann to obey a Syrian patrol's orders to stop in the seaside a longtime Druse the gunmen ran Syrian soldiers chased killed all three and resumed a search for armed men in the a police spokesman He spoke on condition of bodies were left lying on a barren cliffside overlooking the Mediterranean until a Lebanese Red Cross ambulance removed witnesses declined to identify the all three apparently in their early 20s. But who demanded said the men were former members of Druse warlord Walid Progressive Socialist spokesman said Syrian soldiers arrested dozens of men in other sections of Beirut that were controlled by Druse and Shiite Three Syrians and three Druse were wounded in a crackdown came as both the Party and the Shiite Amal militia began evacuating west Beirut and Syrian troops moved into the vacated including the Lebanese elderly Lebanese woman passes through Syrian army with troops of the crack special forces withdrawal was part of an agreement signed Friday government and militia leaders who requested Syria's intervention to quell in which 300 people were killed and more than 1,300 were Kill Five In Philippines Communist rebels today lobbed a grenade into a school packed with farm families in Cebu City and attacked three homes in the killing five people and wounding four the military attacks in the country's third major urban center came as the nation commemorated the anniversary of the overthrow of former President Ferdinand E. Marcos in a were deployed stations and other strategic centers in Manila because of reports the rebels or Marcos loyalists might try to disrupt celebrations that culminate The military went on full alert National Democratic Front accused President Corazon Aquino's government of turning its back on the spirit of the which it described as struggle for basic social has twisted this weaken the people's democratic deprive them of their hard-won and instead further stabilize the rule of U.S. interest and the same traditional elite in the said the which represented the rebel New People's Army in recently collapsed peace have planned a day of speeches and dancing Wednesday on EDSA where hundreds of thousands of demonstrators massed 1986, to protect troops that mutinied against Gen. Romulo commander of the Cebu area 360 miles south of said two men were killed and two women and two children wounded when rebels lobbed a grenade into a school and sprayed it with automatic weapons fire about miles south of the said about 30 farm families had been staying in the school because of fears of a rebel attack on their Seek Action On Welfare - The nation's encouraged by President Reagan's endorsement of portions of their welfare reform are ready to lobby Congress for quick action on the proposal that would require people to work for their adoption of the plan as a policy of the National Governors Association was the top item on the agenda for today's closing session of the association's annual winter appearing at the House Speaker Jim soon as the meeting the governors plan to head for Capitol Hill to outline their proposal to the House Ways and Means has said he would like to see a welfare reform in according to Rep. Tom a member of the Ways and Means reform was the principal topic of an hour-long meeting the governors had Monday with Reagan at basically agreed to support more of our program than I thought he said Democratic Gov. Clinton of conference feel much better today about the prospects of welfare reform than I did Clinton said Reagan endorsed portions of the proposal requiring work for any welfare recipient with a child 3 or and establishing a contract between the and each welfare recipient promising job assistance in return for an effort to get off Enhanced day care and job placement programs would be disagreed with the call for establishing national standards for and the question of the cost of the program estimated at billion was not dealt with in president was sending his own welfare reform plan to NEWS AT A A top aide to Foreign Minister Shimon Peres has endorsed the European Common Market's call for a international peace conference on the Middle proposed which would give the Soviet Union a role in the peace is opposed by Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Israel may have acquired enough nuclear weaponry level every urban center in the Middle with a population of over 100,000, according to a study released College tuitions have climbed nearly 10 percent a year in the 1980s, double the rate of inflation and 50 percent faster than personal a new study said went up faster than any of the other major goods examined in the report commissioned by the American Council on a lobbying and research group for more than 1,500 colleges and A decade after reinstating capital punishment in the United the Supreme Court must decide whether the death penalty is too severe for murderers who killed before age 18. Democratic budget claiming they can do a better job of reducing federal red ink than President are touting a goal that would violate the William H. Gray and Sen. Lawton the chairmen of the House and Senate budget called Monday for cutting deficits by between billion and billion in fiscal 1988.