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For same day service to replace wet missing paper cat by 10 am Effltorfal Department Brazos Uving Sports 2657411 Retail advertising department 2657411 BiUComweM Editor and Publisher Bruce Morlsse Editor and Publisher Emerrtus 19351992 James S Nabors Editor and Publisher Emeritus 19571985 MfyStames Genera Manager Wanda Garner Cash Managing Editor Dena Matthews Classified Advertising Manager Deana Lesco Retail Advertising Manager GJenn Btoont Circulation Director Mike May ComposingManager Ke Goodson Production Foreman ftttM Game 3 ends in draw after 4 hours World cfeess champion Gany Kasparov ponders his next moire gainst IBMs super Deep Sue during ttse iford game of their sixgame rematch Tuesday KHft7 YORK AP It no coe gficr Game 3 of world chess chaiapion Garry gpgtngf IBMs LZesp 2Jas aod sschiEe played to a draw Tsesdzys deadlock left their sedes tied al oae easL Ksspsjxn offised the compeansr E drsw afiar his nsore Deep Blae Lsaaediaidy accepted esd ss the 4 ctsiicst Today I didnt pky well but ae ceenpokr RSS z and evssislry a tnea eooygh not to jose the said The 34yearold Russian dsfeaisd Itesp BIss in Saturdays opascg ggrrg of ihs series when the ccmpater resigned after Kasparovs 45th move On Sundsy Kksparov resigned after the cornpmers 45th move though 2 sobssqaeot review of die game shcrwed he coald hzne played for 2 draw dsfealed the comptu Qlast year asd has said that bar H2g hnrngn wjlj alwaYS be beaer than the machine at chess Bst speaking publicly for Srsi since Sundays toss he said he believes Deep Bine showed signs of artificial intelh seace ia its Game 2 win I still believe Sundays be studied by aH c specialists because I s ElESpsrov ssd I doat jv it I tmr Gase 2 saooi ssv belief ia Deep Bias could ae SSd On Tuesday Kasparov played white giving him the slight advantage of making the first move He opened in the same cau tious manasr as he began the first two games playing a slowdevel oping series of moves in which his offensive intentions were not immediately clear He and Deep Blue jockeyed for position for 17 moves before finally exchanging pawns on the 18th move On its 25lh move Deep Blue initiated an exchange of queens which began a Jong endgame in which the computer set its pieces in a defensive fortress and chal lenged Kasparov to break through After 42 moves Kasparov and Deep Blue had identical pieces left on the board a king two rooks a bishop and four pawns each though Kasparovs pieces were slightly better positioned The world champion however could not penetrate the comput ers defense and offered a draw six moves later Both sides had pawn weak nesses and neither side could make any said Manhattan grandmaster John Fedorowicz Kasparov still bad the advantage in the final position but it wasnt enough to win at alL Garce 4 of the match is sched skd for today with Games 5 and 6 to be played on Saturday and Sunday If Kasparov wins he takes hoioe of a million purse If Deep Blue wins the imitation suicide staged Saa Bkgo Cosssy Saedfrs SKfeesnan Dca ssd fie body aid fie sacmKESs pszsca Man sentenced to life for accident KC SJSDQ by ai las nscooscJocE pesos was takes ID aljosrEsaL Csist said nay hare besa ibnaer x naer iDsia tess of the Hsavsas Gate csk std oos WHS the m oe a cak EKSKser who ia B32S5 smcide in aRsncho Sania The hotel is about four mi3es from the 1022 moe msmbeis of the cuitlalied them selves believing their deaihs would doable them to catch a spaceship trailing the HaieB ODD They said on feewell thought their suicides would enable them to rendezvous with a UFO trailing the HaleBopo for lie s Rkimni Jones 39 was convicted of ranrder Friday in the deaihs of two yoans were 025 sengers ic a car hit byhis pickup truck Sept 4 Four others in the car were injured Jurors deliberated about 1 112 hours before sentencing Jones to two life Prosecutors had souaht the death penalty but said the verdict would still send a strong message to people who drink and drive unpaired s driviag cats across a sodd Buss EDO you have vary sspissbfe people from 2B of life who go to DHS End driak after Vincent Rabil said Icis will seriously make everyone stop after the first dank or ae second Under North Carolina state kw anyone who kills soother whSs commirrjne a separate dangerous felony caa bepn5 ecated for firstdegree mur der punishable death penalty whether the death was intentional or not Prosecutors said Jones committed two felonies reckless driving while impaired and assault with a deadly weapon and deserved to die It was apparently the first case in the nation in which prosecutors have pushed for the death penalty in a driving whileimpaired case Prosecutors won murder con victions in similar trials iq Washington state in 1996 and California in 1995 but declined to seek the death penalty In addition to the life sern tences the judge also sen tenced Jones uTl2Q days u jail for misdemeanor assauli with a deadly weapon and 9Ct days for driving while impaired The defense said if would appeal Jones lawyer Carol Teeter had blamed alcchot for his clients trou bles while Jones blamed ther HOvemmenL DEATHS AND FUNERALS Martha Davis Henry Bmeral services for Martha Davis Henry 75 of Somerville will be held at Thurs day May 8 1997 at the Strickland Funeral Home Chapel in Somerville Burial will follow in Oaklawn Cemetery in Somerville She passed awav Sunday May 4 1997 at Hermann pital in Houston Visitation will begin at noon Wednesday until pan and ajn until service time on Thursday Mrs Henry was bom March 14 1922 in Mineral Wells Tex as and was a graduate of Miner TEHHtSCAMP 2978303 LOTTERY RESULTS GASH 5 TEXAS Winning numbers Pick 3 numbers Drawing Date al Wells High School Family members said that her greatest joy was having her chfldrea grandchildren and greatgrand children around her She loved her family dearly and was dearly loved by her family Survivors include her hus band John Henry of Somsrville sons and daughtersinlaw C W and Lisa Henry of Bryani Lawrence and Mary Henry of East Bernard and Wesley and Lois Henry of Lake Jackson daughters and sonsmlaw Soe and Billy Rogers of Lake Jack son and Donna and Jerry Jack son of Cabot Arkansas brother Walter W Gary of Kfineral Wells sisters Neva Rexroad of Anton and Laura Baflard of Beaumont 12 grandchildren 2 greatgrandchildren and numer ous nieces and nephews She was preceded in death fay her parents twin sister Marie and brother James Memorials may be made to the Somervilie Church of Christ Arrangements by Strickland iTmeral Home 611 Sfc Street Somerville TX 77879 409 5962133 Bettye Smith Holt Betrye Smith Holt 83 of Bay Gty passed away Monday May 5 at Matagorda General Hospital in Bay City She was bom June 30 1913 to Hubert and Nora Lee Graves Smith She was a former resident of Lake Jackson where she worked as the nurse for 30 years for Dr James Stewart had been a resident of Bay City since 1983 and was a member of the First Baptist Church She is survived by a daughter Ruth Odstreil of Bay City by two sisters Bobbye Taylor of Bay City and Lucille Roberts of Brownsville Texas and by two grandsons Brady and Matthew Sladek both of Bay City Funeral services will be held at 4 Wednesday May 7 at Taylor Bros Funeral Chapel with Rev Mike Zimmerman officiat ing Burial will follow at Roselawn Memorial Park in Van Vleck VICKI MELASS 302 Plantation Dr Lakejacksoi 2973600 Arrangements are with Taylor Bros Fuaeral Home in Bay City Tyler Ward Graveside services for Tyler Wayne Ward infant son of Mi chad Dean Ward and Margaret Marie Davis of Brazoria will be held at Thursday May 8 1997 at the Old Town Cemetery in Brazoria He passed away Monday May 5 1997 at UTMB b Galveston Friends may call from at Baker Funeral Home in Brazona In addition to his parents he is survived by his grandparents Jimmy and Pam Ward and Mar tha and Richard Davis all of r and Morgan of Sweeny S X3la Anno rf M o uo Nebraska and Lester and Marga ret Davis of Humboldt Nebras of Forest City Mis soon and numerous aunts and uncles Arrajgements by Baker Fu neral Home m Brazoria Texas CHILE HEAP HEADQUARTERS Hot Sauces Salsas and Spices from the a TEXAS FOODS GIFTS CUSTOM BASKETS CRAFTS WednesdaySaturday 1O6 5485333 2205 SOS K Veizsco Ancteten i FUNERAL HOME COMPLETE FUNERAL SERVICES SSVNGAUCEME7RES 2651188 538 N HWY 288 8   

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