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   Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - March 30, 1995, Syracuse, New York                               A2 ONTWSDATE 1 s Secretary I UU I State William H. Seward reached agree- ment with Russia to pur- chase the territory of Alas- ka for a deal ridiculed in the United States as 1R7fllThe15th I U f Ui Amendment to the giving black men the right to was declared in effect. tro link- ing the New York boroughs of Manhattan and opened. 1 QD 1 President Roa- I 9O I gan was shot and seriously injured out- side a hotel by John W. Hinckley who also wounded White House news secre- tary James a Secret Service and a Dis- trict of Columbia police of- ficer. DEATHS MARSHALL 8. BEIOEN Ohio Marshall B. an oilman and historic died Monday. A grand-nephew of President he saved McKinley's Canton home and law office from demolition as part of a preservation proj- ect. DICK GALLAGHER CANTON. Ohio Dick former director of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and a former assistant coach with the Cleveland died of cancer Wednesday. JAMES G.HORSFAU NEW YORK James G. whose discovery of organic fungicides changed the way farmers combat many crop died March 22 at home in Conn. Since the publication of his major and Their Ac- in sprays at- tacking fungi have been based on organic com- which are more effective and safer than those laced with lead and other heavy metals. ROBERT A. KENNARD LOS ANGELES Robert A. founder of the city's oldest black-owned architecture died Friday of lymphoma. MARGARET LANDON MILLS Kan. Marga- ret Landon Mills. daugh- ter of 1936 Republican presi- dential nominee Alf Landon and half-sister of U.S. Sen. Nancy died Sun- day. CHET NICHOLS R.I. Chet Nichols. the Boston Braves pitcher who as a rookie had the National League's lowest earned run died of cancer Mon- day. Other Page C4 CALLUS We guar- antee your Herald- Journal will be de- livered by 5 p.m. If your paper is late or our delivery is call our Customer Service department and we will make every effort to de- liver that day's paper at no cost. Our Customer Service phones are staffed Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from a.m. to a.m. Local phones...........470-0050 Advertising Classified ads..........470-0032 Legal notices.......470-2051 Retail ads................470-2088 News Business news.........470-2297 cny..........................470-2146 Letters to editor......470-2235 Local news..............470-2265 Photography............470-2127 Photo Sports......................470-2205 Tours Bring a Class or group for a newspaper tour. Community Relations.................470-2121 TTY ..........470-3099 All other calls...........470-0010 J-1-.V 'v f-.y .-If- f flV I. -V v The Associated Press CIRC Fin Flames rage through a 94-year-old warehouse in New York's historic Fulton Fish Market on Wednesday. The lunchtime fire in the oldest section of the market chased tourists and Wall Street workers from an adjacent complex of restaurants and shops. The market is under scrutiny for alleged ties to organized and the fire raised suspicions of arson. More than 200 fire- 40 trucks and two fireboats were used to fight the blaze. FORECAST THE WEATHER FRIDAY'S HIGH TEMPERATURES TONIGHT'S SYRACUSE FORECAST For the call NewsLine at 472-2111. For toll-free access from Auburn and call from the city of call from call 964-2316. When 9090 For the Syracuse enter 3232. Traveler's forecast For forecasts enter one of these National...... Ailanla........ Atlantic City Boston........ Buffalo........ Chicago....... Cleveland... Dallas.......... Denver........ Detroit........ Honolulu..... Houston...... Kansas City Las Vegas..... Little Rock.... Los Angeles.. Memphis...... Miami........... Minneapolis. New Orleans. New York...... ..1095 ...1061 ...1307 ...1063 ..1064 ...1065 ..1067 ..1068 ..1069 ..1070 ..1071 ..1072 1074 .1075 ..1323 .1076 1326 1077 1079 ..1081 ..1082 ..1084 ..1329 ..1085 ..1086 .1091 ..1089 .1090 Omaha........ Phoenix...... Pittsburgh... Si. Louis..... San F'cisco. Seattle......... Washington...1093 International Beijing...........1279 Cairo........... Franklurl.... Hong Kong. Manila......... Mexico City Montreal........1284 Paris..............1285 OSWeQO Rio deJan'ro. 1341 Rome.............1286 Tokyo.............1289 Toronto..........1303 Cloudy and a rain or snow shower in spots. Shows T-slorms Ram Flumes Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy .1296 ..1280 ..1281 ..1232 ..1283 ..1298 FRIDAY cloudy and a passing flurry. High low 25. SATURDAY A mix of clouds and sun with a chilly afternoon. i High low 23. SUNDAY Continued chilly with par- tial sunshine. High low 26. FRIDAY'S FORECAST AREA HIGHS LOWS WINDS SKIES CALENDAR WEDNESDAY Satirise Set Rochester 41 24 NW10-20 mstcldy 42 25 WNW 12-25 mstcldy Binghamton 41 24 WNW 12-25 mstcldy SYRACUSE STATS High Wednesday...............................59 Low Wednesday................................25 Record high for today...........87 in 1986 Record low for today ............11 in 1970 Normal high for today........................49 Normal low lor today.........................30 Wednesday...............................0.01 in. For the month............................1.13 in. Record for Wednesday 1.35 Record for today Least for month...............0.63 Most for month................6.84 SNOWFALL Wednesday .................................0.0 in. Month to date ..............................6.9 in. Least for month ...................1.2 in 1962 Most for month ..................54.4 in 1993 Most any month..........72.6 in Feb. 1958 Season Total.............................62.2m. Adirondacks 35 17 W12-25 flurries Albany 46 28 W10-20 mstcldy Catskills 40 23 W12-25 mstcldy New York City 56 40 W12-25 ptcldy Friday. Mar. 31 Saturday. Apr. 1 Sunday. Apr. 2 Monday. Apr 3 Apr t Apr. 5 Thursday. Apr. 6 Fnday. Apr. 7 Saturday. Apr. 8 Sunday. Apr. 9 628 731 7.33 7.35 6.39 6 37 7 37 7-3B CITY CITY Albany New York 5841 Rochester Buffalo Urica 58'24 Eimira Watertown MOON PHASES New First Fun Last O D O Mar. 30 Apf.8 Apr. 15 Apr. 21 FORECAST FOR NOON FRIDAY UV INDEX FOR FRIDAY SKI FORECAST WESTERN NEW Rather cloudy with flumes tonight and Friday. CENTRAL NEW A chilly and an overcast sky through Fnday. Windy and chilly tonight and chilly Saturday. Windy and chilly through Friday with flumes NORTHERN NEW Brisk winds and cloudy Fnday with flumes. SOUTHERN NEW Decent sknng in BeflXshrres. For specific information. can 472-2111 For ton-tree access from Auburn and Wesdsport. call from Oswego. call from Pulas- Ki. call 964-2316 When choose your local reports 7547. National 7548 Weekly 7549___________ AIR GOOD Yesterday's Pollution 39 Mam Ozone Inder is based on stale Departmerri d Conservation resdmg ol suiter dionoe. ozane. suKwndei parti- cles anfl nitric onde at 2 location sues for J4 hours Daily Inder is sel by the h.gtiesi ooiiLftarn 50 foood'i eouais hart the national air Quality stari- dard Health gtlgfls begm al 00_______ FLURRicS Srown noon sirens and Msn Tenpg-aiii-9 9-e h.jhs. 'rj' dair Fo-ecas SNOW high -or selected ICE 1995 Accu-Weather. Inc. STATIONARY THE NATION Albany HY 5Z36s.li 5734PC Los Anoeies 73 46s 82 5041c 5535C 51- ________ 9 aum. Noon 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. Higher ultraviolet index numbers indicate greater eye and ikm unj UV ight Reflection on water 0' snow can UV concentration. UV hctvnWi WEATHER SPOTLIGHT wet snow swirled through New York City on March as gusty gales toppled trees. All data and forecasts 1995 Accu-Weather. Inc. YESTERDAY'S NATIONAL EXTREMES 89 at Ra. -13 at Lake Wyo. THE WORLD Havana Honq Kr _ 5S4ROC______ 57 fl5JT SO 60 V. 3iociO 4CWi 58 J ul 43'30sh _ 54 33 ih 5S7.3PC 61'55- 72'5BC 63531 Crawa K_-wa- BS'SOs f 1 WV bST-f5'. NO W MS. 70 -ljll.. VA DtanflB READINGS Time RH Wind Bar. 44 1 V-. Cincinnati fon I Pollard. ME OR fi'TO _ DC B...-J1 B'-ia-qci B'-ln 7Ci Si 49'41c Lake City 93T4 7rj 9672TX I tfl by 73 Ms. DC D-Miri S-SLJP.PV or Dsniy do-jriy. frh 'hjnrjprelorrnj For the call NewsLine at enter cateoonr 9090. Touch-Tone ohones da IN THE NEWS Here are some questions readers have been asking about the news. II you have a write the News Syracuse Herald- P.O. Box N.Y. 13221. Can you tell me any- thing about Big the German gun used during World War Big Bertha a transla- tion of die dicke Bertha fat had a claimed range of 75 miles. The nick- name was given by Germans who had in mind Frau Bertha Krupp von Bohlen und Hal- whose husband owned the giant Krupp ateel and munitions plant at Easen. It was a Krupp didn't build the guns. They were made at the Skoda works in Austria-Hungary. The Big Bertha began bombarding Paris on March fir- ing every third day for 140 days and killing 256 people. Has a group been formed to campaign for Bob Dole for Yes. It's called the Dole for President Exploratory Committee in Washington. Volunteers may call 202-414-6400 or 202-547-2499. Cox News Service LOTTERY WINNERS WEDNESDAY Daily 110 2343 Pick 79 13 The Associated Press For lottery results call NewsLine at then enter one of the categories below. Results are updated every night. For toli-lree access to NewsLine from Auburn and Weedsport. call from Ihe city of Oswego. call from Pulaski. call 964-2316. New York State Lottery................1900 National results............................1242 Florida lottery................................1901 Touch-Tone phones only CORRECTIONS Herald-Journal reporters and editors strive for a fair and accurate news report. We will in this factual inaccuracies in our coverage. If you find a please call Tim managing at 470-2003 between 9 a.m. and 5 Monday through Friday. Tom Coolican's relationship to the late James Coolican was incorrectly cited in Wednesday's edition of cny in an article about a memorial golf tournament. The two are brothers. In a March 14 Herald- Journal article on a new method for abortion offered at a Rochester the first name of Dr. Philip of the SUNY Health Science Center's Obstetrics and Gynecology was misspelled. ADVERTISER INDEX This is a listing of non- classified advertisers ap- pearing In all editions of to- day's Herald-Journal. Borio's Restaurant B10 Burlington Coat Factory.. A 10 CN Y Art Open B6 Carmella's Cafe B10 Carousel Center A9 Cellstar Corporation A3 Cellular Unlimited A8 Chase Manhattan Bank A6 Coach Mac's Bar Grill.. B10 Dining Furniture Centre A13 Dunn Tire Corp D3 Energy Gases C6 Famous Artists B6 Filene's Basement A4.5 Fleet Bank A1 1 Goldbergs A16 Kaulmann's A3 Monro Muffler D7 Onbank A8 Onondaga Music B6 Ontrack B3 Plainville Farms Restaurant BIO Ra-Lin Discount A8.9.C16 Restaurant Pages B10 Richmark Carpel A5.6.C5 Romano Motors-Mercedes Benz A9 Sheriadi Rugs A11 Sheraton University BIO Spencer St. Grillehouse B10 Steinbach Summit Planning Group AID Syracuse Pool Patio A10 Syracuse Symphony B6 Tassone's Wine Garden Inc BIO The Hotels At Syracuse Sq B10 The Ski Company A6.D7 The Talent Co Inc B3 Theniprsw B3 Tigris Shrine Circus 86 Tile Carpel Town A13 Waynes Bike Shop A15 Wilmonte Shared A10 Xerox A11 Classified Advertising. C6-15 Automotive C6-9 Employment C11-12 ise CS-11 Personals C13-15   

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