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Winchester Star (Newspaper) - April 7, 1984, Winchester, Virginia Farewell page 9 Artistry Page 12 The Winchester Star 88th Year No. 236 32 SECTIONS VIRGINIA 22601, SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 7, 1984 667-3200_15 CENTS The Bad News Gets Told Mostly on Friday New York Times News Service WASHINGTON - For those who keep a weather eye cocked toward the capital for political Friday afternoon is a time to be especially That is the day every administration in memory has chosen to put out bad the hope is that the adverse announcement will get lost in the shuffle of journalists leaving for the The according to a former Reagan ad- ministration is that the announcement will disappear into Bermuda Triangle of Last Friday it was the final announcement that the Reagan administration had formally ended participation in the international force in Two weeks the White House released a report by a prestigious presidential commission that criticized the administration's arms control policies and urged President Reagan to ex- in developing weapons that could be deployed in was one of the first rules I learned when I arrived in said David R. who recently left his post as assistant to the president for you've got some news that you don't want to get put it out Friday afternoon at 4 Several other major Reagan Administration decisions have been announced on These include the historic afternoon when the administration announced it was settling major antitrust cases against American Telephone and Telegraph and a decision that has since been attacked by Congressional That same the administration said it was reversing a longstanding policy and restoring tax breaks to private schools that discriminate on the basis of On March 11, 1983, a the ad- ministration chose to disclose a later that would have imposed lifetime secrecy agreements on more than 100,000 government The White House has been open in its desire to control the flow of news to Larry the deputy press once don't tell us how to stage the news and we don't tell you how to cover TV Star Guest for Festival Lydia costar of the Metromedia series Close For will be a special guest at the 57th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival May 3-6. The first episode of the syndication will debut tonight at 7:30onWTTG-TV, Channel 5. Ms. Cornell portrays Ted Knight's Sara on Following the success of the formerly on she has done extensive work on in and in feature A native of El Lydia Cornell grew up in a family involved in the Her parents were concert violinists in the El Paso Symphony before the family moved to New where Ms. Cornell was active in school dramatic and musical She continued her training at the University of Colorado and graduated with a double major in advertising and English She worked as road manager for a rock musician and as a production assistant for a Los Angeles film production but she maintained a desire to be an Her audition for It in the which became Close For led to her starring role in the She has also had roles in Love and among other television She has been cast in supporting roles in feature Critics Blast Reagan For Congress Attack LYDIA Ms. Cornell joined the first USO tour of Lebanon's war zone and spent Christmas 1982 entertaining American troops stationed in Her most recent appearances include the film in which she with Earl Jones and Jose and a two-hour movie special of CORNELL of in which she guest Ms. Cornell hopes to continue her theater She devotes her free time to writing and and she is writing a Ms. Cornell will appear at several Festival functions and will ride in both the and Grand Feature May 4 and 5. WASHINGTON - President Reagan's claim Friday that his congressional critics are prolonging violence in encouraging Marxists in Central and being timid about using military force brought angry responses from at least two of those Intensifying his assault on Capitol the president many in the Congress seem to believe they are still in the troubled Vietnam with their only task to be vocal not responsible partners in developing practical programs to solve real Military or at least the threat to use remain an available part of America's foreign Reagan The president's speech before the Georgetown Center for Strategic and International Studies was delivered at a time when his policies have come under increasingly sharp criticism from Democratic presidential candidates and House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. responding to the Reagan should know that there is no substitute for the He chooses to forget the events of Lebanon and his own past The American people O'Neill said that Reagan no personal credibility in calling for a bipartisan foreign On issues ranging from strategic arms limitation to the Panama Canal to Ronald Reagan made his name and advanced his political career not as a bipartisan supporter of our foreign but a perennial Sen. Edward M. called Reagan's speech outrageous attempt to blame Congress for his own failures in foreign Rep. Dante chairman of the House Foreign Affairs it may be necessary every now and then for us to slug it it seems to me it would be a lot better if we tried to hold hands here and come up with a bipartisan foreign O'Neill said Thursday that Reagan was trying to make Congress a scapegoat for the failure of U.S. policy in Ford Suggests Should Step Down Conn. President citing degree of carelessness that I don't think can be in President Reagan's official suggested Friday that Edwin Meese III should resign as the president's counselor - and presumably as his nominee to become attorney Ford recalled the resignation of Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz from his own Cabinet in 1976 after Butz told a racial The former president said Butz did the right thing by resigning to save the administration from Asked if this implied that Meese should do the Ford a fair in lawyers sent a letter to Sen. Shuttle Moves Toward Satellite Rendezvous CAPE Fla. - The boosters were being Challenger stalked a recovered from the Atlantic about satellite through the trackless 150 miles The ship's huge heavens flying higher than external which held 540,000 ever before to make an gallons of fuel to power the repair of an observatory too fell as planned into the 125 tant and too expensive to miles from the main island of The first satellite rescue mission Hawaii and it was photographed only 57 of a coming down - the first time that's second with a liftoff as pretty as been any of the 10 that preceded it. Crippen was the only veteran on Flight Director Gary Coen the It was the first time for orbiter and the countdown pilot Dick Scobee and mission went by the clock there were specialists George James absolutely no problems in any of van Hoften and Terry those he a At Challenger rose off its problem with Mission Control com- pad in a cloud of smoke trailing puters in Houston caused knifed almost straight upward tent tracking that began right at through brilliant blue skies to an and continued right through the bit 290 miles above launch It is near that altitude - but 11,500 Information was available from miles distant - that the Solar Coen and there imum Satellite is wobbling was nothing to disturb the like a slowing because its guidance mechanism quit more than years The over 828,000 will end Sunday when Challenger catches up in history's longest service The which cost million when it was launched four Dear would cost million to 14 The involving a 9" * complete swap of the satellite's trol unit and a fix of an electronic is costing NASA about TV Coll 667-01 Ladies london Pancakes until 2:00 Manuel Warmer and Details Daj Training Classes storting ' M 837-l444after7. Associated Press Virginia Sen. John Warner is flanked by the state's Charles Robb and assistant Agriculture at a meeting with poultry representatives Panel Will Study Flu Fight WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Agriculture agreed Friday to establish a commission of government and industry scientists to determine if there are alternatives to killing whole flocks of turkeys to eliminate avian After meeting on Capitol Hill with Virginia Gov. Charles S. Robb and members of the state's congressional Assistant Agriculture Secretary for Marketing and Inspection C. McMillan announced that USDA would appoint the The meeting was also attended by poultry industry representatives from Delaware and Maryland as well as Sen. John Warner told reporters are moving as fast as we can we hope to have the results in a few He said the panel would be asked to examine all means of eliminating the infection except Virginia poultry producers have lost millions of dollars as a result of See Pud Page 2 Strom chairman of the Senate Judiciary accusing Sen. Howard of denying Meese The letter from lawyers Leonard Garment and E. Robert Wallach was precipitated by a disclosure Thursday by office that Meese had not reported reimbursements from private groups for more than 30 trips he took as White House in a replied that the appointment of an independent also known as a special to investigate Meese not negate the continuing responsibility of members of the committee to consider information that may be relevant when the confirmation hearings are Thousands Flee Floods In Northeast By The Associated Press Record floods produced by a slow-moving rainstorm washed 10 feet deep Friday through some suburban communities of the Northeast where thousands sought refuge in emergency shelters and others climbed to rooftops to escape the turbulent Rivers gorged by up to 5 inches of rain in two days surged as high as 7 feet above flood blocking major highways in the New York City area and chasing at least 4,700 people from their homes in northern New National Guardsmen in boats and trucks helped rescue residents cut off by the rising a said New Jersey Gov. Thomas H. who flew over the flooded areas in a is no other word I can It's a very tragic Kean said that federal and state officials would open emergency centers this weekend for residents to inquire about The governor said a request for million in federal aid to pay for damage along the New Jersey shore caused by a storm last week would be amended to include this week's flood In drought-stricken up to a half-inch of rain was reported in the central and eastern parts of the state - the first major precipitation in nearly three The National Weather Service said at least four rivers reached record heights in the New Jersey counties of Passaic and
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