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Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Syracuse, New YorkSyracuse March 1990 briefs strikers conduct first talks Tern. Soire g hound Passen Gers arc Riding As com and Union negotiators opened for the first the March 2 to. I Lilac punctuated by sniper attacks. Neg a hrs for Grey Houna lines inc. And he amalgamated Council of hound local unions met separately Friday in in preparation for face to face talks today. In two sniper attacks in As Many left some passengers Reed. escorted Gres hound buses in to and out of the Southeastern Tennessee City late thursday after a Bullet shattered the a Mishic a of a bus earlier that Day on interstate 75. The sniper attack followed a similar incident wednesday when two bullets struck the door of a bus on interstate 24 after it left the Chattanooga terminal. _ Forks starter s pistol quiets the classroom Wales. Wis. A High school teacher fired a starter s pistol in an duty pm la Lulu i Iii Uio Dri Ciais said. Got them superintendent Earl w. Brakken said Friday. No one was injured and the gun contained Only Brakken said. Brakken said the whose name was not pointed the starter s pistol thursday afternoon at a Junior to quiet the class at Kettle Moraine High school in Southern Wisconsin. Brakken said he would meet with the teacher sunday to deter mine if the school should take any disciplinary action. The associated press Church members hold nuke drills Livingston. Mont. A legislator has asked the governor to declare a slate of emergency to investigate a religious group that directed hundreds of members in a Surprise Drill to prepare for nuclear disaster. Rep. Bob Raney of Livingston made his request Friday to gov. Stan Stephens after members of the Church Universal and triumphant entered the shelters near Yellowstone National Park in southwestern Montana. Steve chief of staff to said the county commission should investigate the not state government. The Drill was the latest in a Rush of activity by Church univer Sal members to prepare underground Fai Ioui shelters for possible occupation. Church spiritual Leader Elizabeth Clare Prophet has warned members March and april Are dangerous times. The Assoc died press Bank in Marcos Case admits fraud new York on the same Day Imelda Marcos appeared Here at a final court hearing before her racketeering a los Angeles Bank with links to her late husband admitted it illegally transferred funds from the Philippines. The California overseas which prosecutors said had been partially owned by ousted philippine president Ferdinand pleaded guilty Friday to wire fraud. The Bank was to have gone to trial with mrs. Marcos next week on charges of racketeering and racketeering conspiracy. Through its Don the Bank admitted cer Tain officers had opened fictitious accounts to enable Money to be transferred to the United states from the Philippines. The associated press bomb kills child in angolan capital Portugal bomb exploded in the office of a government run Union in the angolan capital of killing a 6-year-old and wounding five news reports said today. There were no immediate claims of responsibility in Friday s the fourth in Luanda in three months. Angolan who have claimed responsibility for several bombings in recently announced they would step up Urban guerrilla attacks in response to a government troop offensive. The associated press Industrial Accident kills 19 in China Beijing one of China s largest blast furnaces collapsed in an Iron and steel Mill in a Northwest killing 19 people and injuring 10. An official daily said today. Officials were investigating monday s disaster at the Juquan Iron and steel co. In Ginsu the people s daily said. The associated press Cuomo vetoes death penalty Bill again Albany to restore the death penalty in new York state has been vetoed by gov. Mario the eighth straight year he s rejected such a Bill. In his veto message Fri Cuomo said mistakes could be made in which an innocent person was put to death. Death penalty execution so tainted can never be Cor no matter How much time and Money we have spent to be careful and to be he said he added that the death penalty was politically expedient and simplistic to crime. The Assoc died press police chief killed doctor says Elmsford the Westchester county Deputy medical examiner says Elmsford s chief of police died of a gunshot wound to the head that was apparently self inflicted. Police chief Maurice Fennell committed suicide thursday in his Home about or. Louis the Deputy medical said Friday. Ron said Fennell had undergone heart bypass surgery last but the autopsy showed no signs of terminal disease. Trie associated press lottery winners Albany the winning number selected Friday in the new York stale daily number lottery game is 358. The win four number is 2873. The winning numbers selected in the Keno game Are 4.10. The associated press 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 470-2265. Syracuse published by the Herald Box 13121. Publication no. Second class postage paid at . Send address changes to the Syracuse . Box . 13221-4915. Mail subscription rates for new York state. Postal zones payable in Advance. Daily 1 or 6 to 3 to 1 to paper. 193 60 Utso xj.10 v7 20 postage.54.jo 2720 1360 450 total. 148.00 sunday paper. I5 00 Paisaje. 22 x total. 87 00 sunday paper. 15860 postage total 735 00 7400 3700 32 50 14 25 43 50 21 75 7930 3s20 11750 3965 19 id 5875 11 70 500 i dec 680 1220 630 18 50 relatives end fast Batavia prays for Anderson the associated press Batavia a High school classmate of Terry Anderson s has pleaded that the hostage be freed in time for their 25ih reunion this summer. Friends and relatives broke a 24-hour foil on the fifth anniversary of his Captivity. The service Friday night con the associated press journalist s Captivity since March the Day he was kidnapped on a Street in Beirut. The a s chief Middle East Cor is the longest held of the american hostages in Lebanon. Although he left Batavia 25 years ago to join the marines and Seldom former hostages said the town was much in his mind As Anderson entertained them with travel Ogues during the Long hours of Anderson s Sis Peggy said in a letter read at the ceremony. After time he has brought them Back to seeing Only what his memory say wrote in the read aloud by Anderson s sister in Penny Anderson. Mrs. Anderson and a Carl Anderson of were among those who broke their fast with bread wrapped in Yel Low yarn. The Assoon to press the Rev. Bede Ferrara leads a procession at our lady of mount Virgin Church in Gar Fieke. Friday for hostage Terry Anderson. Anderson has been held in Lebanon for five years. Stephen a Gen Esee county legislator who graduated with Anderson from Batavia High school in said the class Hopes to see Anderson at its reunion in july. Is dying a slow death in Hawley said. Has spent 20 percent of his life since graduation in chains. The time has come for All govern v. Dict Over the captors to heed our pleas and our prayers. Release Terry Anderson. Release All the hostages other ceremonies were held Friday in where the humanitarian group no greater love held a service in Lafayette Park across from the White House and in where Anderson worked for the a from 1977 to 1981. In where Anderson was veterans fired a Rifle and three Anderson cousins tied a Large yellow ribbon around the City s flagpole Friday. In 200 school children attended a mass for Anderson. In say s hundreds of yellow ribbons were tied to Trees and doors along main Street to Mark the anniversary. Colombia protests search of 2 ships . Stopped freighters thought to be carrying cocaine the associated press Colombia the United states sailed in Stormy diplomatic seas after its search of two colombian ships suspected of carrying cocaine brought a protest from the government of president Virgilio Barco. The government announcement came a week after the freighters Taru and Ciudad de zip Aquira were stopped separately about 125 Miles off its Caribbean coast and searched by the . Coast according to colom Bia. No drugs were found aboard the the colombian government said. The searches occurred March the same Day the Pentagon announced plans to expand anti drug efforts on the High seas. The . Plans did not include a proposal to operate a flotilla off Colombia. The protest came two months after plans to station . Warships off the coast to interdict drug traffickers Drew criticism from colom Bian officials. Last Barco warned Washington that Colombia would not let its ships be stopped and searched without prior colom Bian approval. There was no immediate com ment from officials in Washington. The foreign ministry said Fri Day it delivered a protest note to the . Embassy late thursday Over the searching of the first ves Taru. Hours the govern ment said the Ciudad de zip Aquira had the same experience. The carrying Cement from to the colombian Island of san in an exclusive economic where according to International agreement there is Freedom of navigation and assistant foreign minister Clemencia Forero told the radio network run. Barco told reporters at Bogota s Airport upon returning from Brazil Friday that he spoke there with vice president Dan Quayle about the search of the Taru. Barco and Quayle attended the inauguration thursday of presi Dent Fernando Collor de Mello of Brazil. Thousands of iraqis demonstrate the associated press Iraq tens of thousands of people today marched through Baghdad and surrounded the British embassy to protest Britain s outcry Over Iraq s execution of a London based journalist. They shouted chants and carried placards Prais ing the hanging thursday of Farzad Bazot. Was arrested while researching an Arti Cle on a military Complex and convicted in a closed trial of spying for Britain and Israel. Officials of the ruling baath socialist which organized the estimated ple turned out. State to reported anti British demonstrations in other cities. There were no reports of violence. The walled embassy compound on the Western Bank of the Tigris River was ringed by police officers and plainclothes Security agents. They blocked the main Entrance to the compound with their cars. No embassy personnel could be seen. President Saddam Hussein s party called for nationwide demonstrations after Britain denounced Bazot s execution As recalled ambassador Harold expelled six iraqi military trainees and halted All visits to Baghdad by government officials. Plover must have Protection Plover continued from Page Al species list As a step away from the designation of endangered the human activity serves As a distraction to the said James manager of the trus Tom Pond National wildlife which includes Moonstone Beach. They re constantly moved away from their Breeding he cited a University of Massachusetts study More than a decade ago that showed plovers win leave an area where humans congregate. Nudists see the Battle Over the Bird As a subterfuge to the underly ing they claim me govern ment wants northeastern shores free of nude sunbathers. They also say they can coexist with the Little Bird in have for years. Does t have anything to do with the animal unless the people Are bothering said Ron Laporte of As he lounged on a Blanket on the Sun drenched Beach. He was bundled in a Denim jacket against a sea Breeze. Are but the Public is said Dave Gillis of also sunning himself on the Beach. Paid for this Beach they be got to consider the the controversy Over Moonstone has been simmering for years. But when the fish and wildlife ser vice expanded its holdings in nudists and clothed Beac goers began to feel unwelcome. For one their Beach kept shrinking. In the Federal government obtained land from the Audubon society and took control of about a mile of the Kurth said. The following about three quarters of a mile was closed. A Fence erected last year left a thin strip along the water s Edge for sunbathers. This when the plovers come Back around the last week of that Fence will go to the High tide Mark along the entire length of Beach to keep sunbathers clothed and naked out. Stormie Back Home with 2nd new liver the associated press Texas a tired Stormie the world s first recipient of a heart liver trans Home with thanks to Well wishers and a stuffed Bear in Tow after a month s recovery from a second liver transplant. The 12-year-old Rode in a wheel chair and clutched a Gray Koala Bear named Nathan As she spoke briefly to reporters Friday night at Dallas fort Worth International Airport. To Stormie said when asked what she wanted to do first. Supporters shouted and glad you re who lives in the fort Worth suburb of White Settle spent the past couple of weeks at Ronald Mcdonald House in Pittsburgh after her discharge from children s Hospital there. Storrie s first donor which was damaged by hepatitis caused by an unknown was replaced during 10 hours of surgery feb. 20 at children s Hospital. Outside new York All other Call 4.7040so for information. Weather forecast tonight Chance of Low about 45. Sunday Chance of High near 45. Forecast for 8 . Sunday ct990 Koi who. Tie temperatures to drop raw Over new England and parts of new York and new Jersey. Showers in parts of Washington and Oregon. Flurries in parts of Wisconsin and Michigan. Weather data Sunset . Sunrise 1 2 . Record Rugtiv temperature for 73 set in 1927. Record sow temperature for s set a 1961 temperature 80. Low temperature 60. Precipitation for .01 inches. Precipitation for 1 52 inches. Tune in for weather data wet two inter Morton Braa Cut m on Kri Orai oct pfc and Admir motion radio frequency 1s2s50 Max. Say goodbye to our unseasonably warm temperatures. The National weather service at Hancock Airport says the Wea ther will turn colder tonight the Low temperature will be about 45 degrees. Skies will be with a 40 percent Chance of showers. Westerly winds will be at 10 to 15 Runph. Sunday s High temperature will remain near 45 degrees. Skies will again be with a 40 percent Chance of showers. It s All quite a change from Fri when the temperature climbed to a record 80 degrees. The previous High for the Date was 74. Set in 1945. Friday s Low temperature was 60 degrees. The Southeast faced More thunderstorms As Well As flooding that washed out damaged downed Power lines and sent residents in search of higher ground in parts of Ala Florida and Mississippi. Much of Georgia was under Flash flood warnings today after schools and roads were closed in the state s where High winds and failing Trees hourly readings inc p c in wind 10p.m. Llam 1 am. 2 of. 3am. Jan. 7ao. San. 71 49 68 60 59 64 66 57 56 55 54 50 Friday 22 21 20 16 today 15 19 if 14 13 13 10 25.33 1.10 29.82 29j9 re 29.79 a 29.73 sw9 29.70 of 2948 n7 29.47 29.64 n9 29.61 nw8 29.40 news read fangs a Hancock Airport knocked out Power and damaged Homes. Rain Early today stretched from the great lakes to the Cen trial Gulf coast and on to the mid Atlantic states. Snow fell in portions of Minne Sota and North Dakota. The deluge of rain flooded highways and Homes in Many Alabama counties. In Coffee authorities said virtually All county roads were a pass Yafaie. All roads in the Florida county of Santa Rosa were closed Friday from Milton to the Alabama line

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