Altoona Mirror, July 6, 1999, Page 31

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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - July 6, 1999, Altoona, Pennsylvania Page C2 Altoona Mirror Tuesday, July The U.S. in a minute INDIANA: More than of cocaine seized sheriffs deputy uncovered more than pounds of cocaine worth about million during a routine traf- fic stop on Interstate 70 over the holiday weekend. The deputy and his drug-sniffing dog found the cocaine in the back of a tractor-trailer that had been weaving and running onto the shoulder Sunday night. The truck driver and the passenger were jailed Monday as they awaited arraignment. Ignacio Hernandez, 41, and Leopoldo Hinojosa, 26, are both charged with possession with intent to distribute, which carries a minimum sentence of 20 years. WASHINGTON: Gore's daughter has 4th of July baby WASHINGTON Vice President AJ Gore's first grandchild was born on the Fourth of July. The Gores' daughter, Karenna Gore Schiff, 25, and her husband, Drew Schiff, 33, had been expecting the baby in late June. But with the instincts of a politician, Wyatt Gore Schiff delayed his inaugural appearance until Day. The vice president's office in Washington announced he was born at a.m. in New York City, weighing in at 6 pounds, 3 ounces and measuring 20 inches long. TEXAS: Penney's pulls T-shirts deemed offensive PLANO, be no more trash-talkin' about women at J.C. Penney, After a feminist group complained, the department store chain an- nounced it is pulling a line of basketbail-themed T-shirts aimed at young men with lines that include: "Your game is as ugly as your and "You like that move? So does your girl." The trash talk line of apparel, manufactured by AND1 Basketball, is offensive to women, said the leader of the group that complained. "It's a put-down of girls in the process of putting down a sports op- said Martha Burk, president of the Center for Advancement of Public Policy in Washington, D.C. TEXAS: Bush will not get paid while out of state AUSTIN, Texas George W. Bush said Monday he will forgo his gubernatorial a he campaigns outside Texas for the Republican presidential nomination. When Bush is out of state for an entire day, Lt. Gov. Rick Perry is elevated under state law to acting governor and paid an additional a day. "Because the It. governor is paid in my absence, I don't think it's appropriate for the taxpayers of Texas to pay my salary said Bush, who is paid a year as governor. Perry only gets the additional salary if Bush is out of state the entire day from midnight to midnight, according to the governor's office. The change announced Monday is retroactive. Bush, the front-run- ner for the GOP nomination, wUl reimburse the state repre- seating the salary he received during the seven days he campaigned outside Texas last month, according to the governor's office. The Associated Press LOCAL AND REGIONAL OUTLOOK THE WEATHER TODAY ALMANAC TODAY TOMJOHT Mostly to partly Party ctoudy sunny and continued very hot and humid. 96 FRIDAY Partly sunny and becoming more humid. B Precipitation Yesterday................None Total for month............1.85" Normal for month to Total for year.............20.32" Normal for year to date .....19.34" Year's departure from normal Temperatures Yesterday's high'...........92 Yesterday's ...........79 Yesterday's normal high.......81 Yesterday's normal low.......60 of 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY Partly sunny and less humid, but still quite warm. Shown is today's weaker. Temperatures are today's highs and tonight's tows more very hot and humid day over central Pennsylvania before relief arrives overnight in the form of a cold front that will scatter a few thunderstorms across the region. Behind the front for Summary midweek expect less humidity, but still rather-warm temperatures. Regional There wi II be one m CLINTON Visiting upstate N.Y. (Continued from Page Cl) worry about taxes." But that might be difficult given the horde of 200 reporters, includ- ing television crews from Europe and Asia, who are expected to trail Clinton around the state. To accommodate the journalists, a large wooden platform was con- structed on the bucolic Moynihan farm. Clinton spent Monday in Orlan- do, Fla., where she received an award from the National Educa- tion Association. She would be the first first lady to run for public office. She is not expected to have any opposition in the Democratic primary. On the Republican side, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani has al- ready formed a Senate exploratory committee and raised almost million. Rep. Rick Lazio also is considering a race for the GOP nomination. Republicans are quick to raise the "carpetbagger" issue. Clinton has never lived nor worked in New York, but aides say she is looking for a New York residence. There are other handicaps fac- ing a first lady seeking to get in j touch with the public. "She's going to have to somehow or other break through that j Service cocoon and show she'snot just the great rice Carroll, head of Die Quinnipi-i', ac College Polling Institute, plained. This week's four-day visit Clinton into the heart of Republi-; can strength, upstate New York. She will be met in by Republicans staging a that offers a weekend at a resort in the Adirondack Mountains fdrii whoever shows up in the best fly i; costume. That is designed to re- mind voters of a York News report two weeks ago qupt-; ing an unidentified adviser to the first lady saying she wouldn't vacationing this year in the infested Adirondack Park." Cunningham said because of1 Giuliani's strength in the political- ly crucial suburbs, Clinton must! try to cut into the traditionally] strong GOP upstate vote, II Sun and Moon Today's Sunrise a.m. Sunset p.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise. a.m. John Mclaughlin, third grade Framkstown Elementary o LastQU. New fustQtr. full July 6 July 12 July 20 JuV 28 H National Extremes Yesterday's Extremes In the U.S. High lir at Imperial, Calif. Low 23 at Stanley, Idaho Majis, forecasts and data provided by: TrademanX of Alt ScfaKe Consulunte, Inc. To Race Your Classified Ad Call: (814) 946-7422, To FAX Us Your Classified Ad Call: (814) 946-7547 A I. O O M I K K O Charge Your Classified Ad with VISA, Mastercard or Discover 105 Homes For Sale BEILWOOQ RANCHER 3BR, 2 oar garage, 100x120 level lot 742-7314 FA.IRVIE.W AREA 3BR, mod. kitchen. 2BA, new roof, fur- nace, plumbing, themooane windows, vi- nyl sidirig. 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