The Plain Dealer from Cleveland, Ohio (2024)

1 2-A LG THE PLAIN DEALER, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1991-. NEWS SUMMARY WORLD closed as a team of inspectors began an investigation into the cause of an accident Cleamons with winner Thatcher called an embarrassment that killed a Ex-Cavalier Jimmy Cleamons is happy Six months after she lost power, Margaret with his job as a Chicago Bulls assistant Thatcher shows signs of becoming an EDITORIALS FORUM embarrassment to her chosen successor, bill New teams British Coal stalled Prime Minister John Tacking a blatant utility giveaway onto the Denver and Miami are recommended as a Iraqis said to attack Shiites state's proposed coal bill has made a the two National League expansion Iraqi forces reportedly are attacking partisan issue out of legislation that should hundreds of thousands of Shiite Muslims in the broad Ohio political support and still does, New opportunity trapped in Iraq's southern marshlands and LaMaster, agent for new Browns unable to flee into A On doctor takes a walk receiver Roy Green, says the 34-year-old the Forum page, a female surgeon Green was thrilled to be traded from the NATION tells why she is quitting as a professor at the Phoenix Stanford University Medical I Presbyterians reject premarital sex HEALTH BUSINESS sexuality Presbyterians that would reject have a given report the on human church's I Difficult decisions Legal bills stack up blessing to premarital sex, hom*osexuality and Deciding on an appropriate medical Federated Department Stores Inc. and treatment often requires getting a second Allied Stores Corp. have paid almost $90 Stealth planes in limelight opinion. In the process, patients are million in legal fees during the 17 months The Air Force puts the B-2 stealth bomber and discovering dried that medicine rarely offers cut they have spent reorganizing under and its other radar-evading aircraft under a bankruptcy court rare public spotlight, kicking off a "stealth ARTS LIVING Dow takes a holiday week" effort aimed at building political The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials support for its most prized AP Into the spotlight acclaimed art slips 1.34 to 2,975.40.

Many traders spend Top court to look at hate crimes Two mothers from a tribe called Aetas cuddle their babies as they wait for collection Photographs of the of Barnes the Foundation in the day at the parade for Desert Storm The Supreme Court says it will review supplies at an evacution center where they fled following the eruption of Mount Merion, consisting of 800 paintings and arguments that a St. Paul ordinance aimed at Pinatubo in the Philippines. Nearly 15,000 Americans flee sprawling Clark Air 200 sculptures, will soon be published for the fighting racial and religious hatred goes too Base after the volcano spewed searing gases and ash into the sky. Experts say first time in full DETAILED INDEX far and could result in the stifling of a major eruption is I WEWS looks at constitutionally protected speech and Gateway Ann Lake expression. was granted an $11.8 million tax abatement STATE REGION WEWS project Channel 5 probes Gateway Mary, on its $75 million stadium tonight in "UpFront," the first 7E LAKE GEAUGA New bids not being sought in local what news the station says will be a series of TCI to add SportsChannel Despite alleged improprieties by its 11E donation TCI Cablevision of Ohio has decided to vendor, the Ohio Lottery doesn't plan to seek SPORTS Lubrizol says 'no' to revise a policy that made it a customer's new bids to its million to the Corp.

Wickliffe says it Schools, won't responsibility to cancel a new premium movie soon, a lottery official Seeking answers 9E Lubrizol donate $1 run ticket system anytime State despite a channel. The company also has decided to The death of standout Crestwood High that suggestion by a Lake County commisisoner King's Island rider death probed School athlete Kevin Porco leaves all of U.S. the company compensate the schools for add SportsChannel to its basic cable A King's Island amusem*nt park ride and Mantua asking why, comments Tony money lost to a corporate tax break. Lubrizol 1-B similar rides in four other states remained World PEOPLE Team accepts Letterman challenge David Letterman claims he can pitch a shutout inning for a professional baseball team. Joke or not, the Greenville, S.C., Braves want to give him the chance.

Earlier this year, Letterman challenged any major league team to let him prove he could pitch. The Braves, a minor league club, have offered Letterman a uniform, a field and a game for him to prove his boast, although they're waiting for their parent club, the Atlanta Braves, to approve. General manLetterman ager Steve DeSalvo said the team mailed a proposal to Letterman's office in March. It even enclosed a Letterman-style top 10 list to entice him, including No. 1, "Nobody comes out to see that damn bird anymore, anyhow." Russell, Hawn are happy unmarried Kurt Russell says he and Goldie Hawn are perfectly happy as an unmarried couple, but would consider a formal commitment if their young son wants them to be married.

"He doesn't understand the concept of our not being married," Russell said of 4-year-old Wyatt. Russell and Hawn lived together for years with two children from previous marriages before Wyatt was born. "If Wyatt were to have some sort of problem with it, that would be a reason for us go down to the courthouse and say, 'Marry Russell told Entertainment Weekly in an article pub- Russell lished this week. Russell said the couple is "disinterested" in marriage, although he calls Hawn "one of the most unique women in the world." Former politician happy tilling soil He's stepped away from politics, and former Arkansas Rep. Tommy Robinson says he's working harder than ever.

He has callouses to prove it. Robinson, 49, now farms 7,000 acres in Monroe County, a task he says requires more dedication than any he's ever taken on. "I've never committed myself to anything like this farming operation," he said. "I am very happy. I'm having a good time and I'm working harder than I've ever worked, but it's not going to hurt me." And he doesn't mind a few callouses.

"It's Robinson worth it to me because I know in 25 years when this farm is completely paid for, my kids and grandkids are going to have some equity in something," he said. OHIO LOTTERY Last night's drawing Pick 3: 677 Pick 4.2183 5410 0 64 Super Lotto: Saturday, June 8 18.003.000 Kicker: 789812 2 13 16 20. 28 34 Sat. Fri. Thu.

Wed. Tue. Mon. Pick 3: 392 214 930 430 724 912 4: 0636. 0796 5738 9170 1324 0091 Cards Q0 50 RECORDED INFORMATION: 787-4100 ILLINOIS Daily: 822 Pick 4: 7097 36, 37, 38, 42, 49, 57, 74, 75, 78.

Little Lotto: 3, 7, 8, 13, 31 NEW JERSEY Pick 3: 071 Pick 4: 1638 INDIANA Daily: 230 Daily 4: 2204 Pick 6: 20, 25, 34, 38, 44, 45 Bonus: 41169 KENTUCKY Cash: 621 NEW YORK Daily: 972 Win 4: 8512 MICHIGAN Daily: 172 Daily 4: 5934 PENNSYLVANIA Daily: 723 Big 4: 9114 Keno: 2, 6, 9. 10, 11, 14. 15, 16, 17, 20, 25. 32, WEST VIRGINIA Daily: 729 Daily 4: 1662 HOW TO REACH The Plain Dealer, 1801 Superior Cleveland, Ohio 44114 Ohio toll tree 1-800-362-0727. Lake County Bureau, 9040 Mentor Mentor 974-2100 or toll free 1-800-275-LAKE CIRCULATION (Main Offices): Home delivery service, call 344-4600 or Toll Free 1-800-275-PD46 6 a.m.-3 p.m.

weekdays; 6 a.m.-noon Saturdays; 7:30 a.m.-noon Sundays and holidays. ADVERTISING To place a classified ad 344-5555 or 1-800-275-SELL. To cancel or correct a classified ad 344-4200 or 1-800-362-0727. Display advertising only 344-4968 or 1-800-589-4968. Advertising director 344-4350.

EDITORIAL Editorial 344-4800 344-4123 Managing 344-4737 344-4408 Editorial page editor 344-4145 Sports editor Sports scores, tape 344-4580. If you don't know the number, call 344-4500 from 6 a.m.-7 p.m. and 7 a.m-noon Sat.Sun. GENERAL Copyright, 1990, Plain Dealer Publishing Co. THE PLAIN DEALER (USPS 603100).

Net paid circulation for the six months ended March 31, 1991, as filed with the Audit Bureau of Circulations, subject to audit. DAILY 432,449 SUNDAY 561,421 Daily circulation is Monday through Friday only. Published daily at 1801 Superior Avenue. Cleveland. Ohio 44114.

Issue No. 162. pages. Postmaster: Send address changes to this address. Second class postage paid at Cleveland, Ohio.

Suggested prices: (Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage and Summit Counties). Newsstands and vending machines: Daily 25c, Sunday $1.00. Home delivery service: Daily (Monday through Saturday) $1 per week, Sunday 75c, Daily and Sunday $1.75 per week; outside of listed counties, vending machines: Daily 30c, Sunday $1.25. The Plain Dealer, established as a weekly in 1842, became a daily evening paper in 1845. Moming and Sunday editions founded in 1885 by L.E.

Holden. Member of the Associated Press. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches. Advertisers should check their ad the first day. The Plain Dealer SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR FAILURE TO PUBLISH AN AD or for a typographical error or errors in publication except to the extent of the cost of the ad for the first day's insertion.

Adjustment for errors is limited to the cost of that portion of the ad wherein the error occurred. 1 WEATHER All maps, forecasts and data provided by Accu-Weather, Inc. Today's National Forecast 1 Seattle 80 Minneapolis WARM Cleveland Chicago New York San Francisco City HOT Denver Los Angeles Atlanta. HUMID :7 El Paso (90 I (Miami F. (90, SHOWERS RAIN COLD FRONTS NATIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY: Temperatures will soar well T-STORMS over 100 degrees in the Desert Southwest into the valleys of FLURRIES WARM California today while cooler air pushes into Washington and Oregon.

SNOW STATIONARY Thunderstorms will continue to bring unneeded rain to Arkansas and Louisiana. Thunderstorms will rumble across the area from Indiana ICE northeastward through New England. 4 Shown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature lines are highs for the day. Forecasted temperatures are given for selected cities.

1991 Accu-Weather, Inc. The Week Ahead in the Cleveland area FOR THE RECORD Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Thunderstorm early, Mixed clouds Sunshine Party sunny Some sunshine, then some sun. and sunshine. and clouds. and warm.

warm and humid. High 83, Low 60 High 78, Low 55 High 83, Low 58 High 86, Low 63 High 88, Low 65 TODAY'S WEATHER Thunderstorms will move through the area this moming followed by clouds and High 83. Lake-shore high 80. Wind southwest sh*tting northwest at 10-20 mph. Tonight will be party cloudy.

Low 60. TOMORROW'S FORECAST Tomorrow will be partly sunny with a cool northwesterty breeze. High 78. Lake-shore high. 76.

Wind northwest 8-16 mph. Tomorrow night will be partly cloudy. Low 55. Winds northerly 5-10 mph. LAKE ERIE FORECAST Southwest wind this morning 10-20 knots, northwest this afternoon.

Visibility a mile in thunderstorms this then unrestricted. Wave heights 2-4 feet. OHIO City Akron Athens Ashtabula Chillicothe Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus Dayton Findlay Mansfield Marietta Toledo Youngstown Zanesville WEATHER Mon. Neighboring Citles Erie, PA Huntingtn, WV Richmond, IN FI. Wayne, IN Wheeling, WV Today Wed.

Thurs. 8458s 7854pc REGIONAL WEATHER NE Ohio, NW and N.Y.: Morning thunderstorms will rumble across the region today followed by some sunshine this afternoon. Highs 80-83. Tonight will be clear to partly cloudy and cooler. Lows 59-63.

Tomorrow will be partly sunny. Highs 73-80. Central and SE Ohio, SW and NATIONAL Yesterday's 117; Gunnison, City Albany Albuquerque Amanllo Anchorage Asheville Aspen Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burlington Caribou Casper Charleston, SC Charleston, WV Charlotte Cheyenne Chicago Columbia, SC Dallas Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth El Paso Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff Hartford Helena Hilo Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson, MS Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Memphis Miami Mobile Minneapolis Montgomery Nashville New Orleans New York Norfolk Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, ME Portland, OR Providence Raleigh Reno Richmond Rutland Sacramento St. Louis Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco Santa Fe St. Ste.

Marie Seattle Shreveport Sioux Falls Spokane Syracuse Tampa Topeka Traverse City Tucson Washington Wichita Wilmington WORLD Today's Acapulco Amsterdam Athens Auckland Bangkok Barbados Barcelona Beijing Beirut Belgrade Bombay Bonn Berlin Bermuda Brussels Buenos Aires Cairo Cancun Casablanca Copenhagen Dubai Dublin Edmonton Florence Freeport Geneva Glasgow Hamburg of Helsinki Hong Kong Istanbul Jerusalem. Karachi Kiev Kingston Kuwait Leningrad Legend: s-sunny; -thunderstorms; TEMPERATURES continental U.S.: Death Valley, extremes. 28 Mon. Today Wed. Thurs.

A EXTENDED FORECAST There will be more sunshine than clouds Thursday. It will be partly sunny Friday and Saturday. Temperatures will remain in the 80s. Humidity 1 levels will remain comfortable Thursday. Friday will be a bit more humid.

ALMANAC New First Q. Full Last Q. June 12 June 19 June 26 July 4 Sunrise 5:54 a.m. Moonrise 4:41 a.m. Sunset 9:01 p.m.

Moonset 8:35 p.m. YESTERDAY (through 10 p.m.) High temperature 85 at 4:00 p.m. Low temperature 64 at 4:00 a.m. (Sunday High 85 Low 56) Temperature departure from normal: Yesterday: Month: Year: Hourty Temperatures 7 a.m. 65 3 p.m.

84 8 a.m. 68 4 p.m. 85 9 a.m. 72 5 p.m. 85 10 a.m.

76 6 p.m. 84 11 a.m. 80 7 p.m. 83 12 noon 82 8 p.m. 82 1 p.m.

83 9 p.m. 75 2 p.m. 83 10 p.m. 74 Precipitation yesterday none Month to date 0.31' normal 1.14° Year to date 15.90' normal 15.42° Barometer at noon 30.16' TODAY Normal high temperature 77 Normal low temperature 56 High temperature last year 72 Low temperature last year 53 Record high temperature. 93 in 1933 Record low temperature 31 in 1972 COMFORT FACTORS TODAY Humidity at noon Barometer at noon 29.91", rising Apparent Temperature: 8 a.m.

70 noon 83 4 p.m. 80 Air Quality good 1 Free ad from TODAY'S REGIONAL CONDITIONS AND HIGH TEMPERATURES Lake Huron Lake TORONTO Lake. BUFFALO Michigan DETROIT Lake Erie Erie CHICAGO TOLEDO, CLEVELAND Ft Wayne PITTSBURGH Richmond COLUMBUS INDIANAPOLIS CINCINNATI CHARLESTON Huntington W.Va.: Today will'be variably cloudy and humid with a thunderstorm. Highs 83-86. Tonight will be partly to mostly cloudy.

Lows 59-64. Tomorrow will bring a mix of clouds and sunshine. Highs 80-84. NW Ohio, and Chicago: After a morning shower, today will be sunny. Highs 81-85.

Tonight will be partly cloudy and comfortable. Lows 58-61. Tomorrow will bring a mixture of clouds and sunshine. Highs 80-83. SW Ohio, and Today will be variably cloudy and humid with thunderstorms developing.

Highs 85-87. Tonight will be partly cloudy with the chance of a thunderstorm. Lows 61-64. Tomorrow will be partly sunny and breezy. Highs 82-85.

TEMPERATURES temperatures and conditions Lima Lisbon London Madrid Manila Mexico City Milan Montreal Moscow Munich Nassau New Delhi Oslo Ottawa Paris 1. Perth Prague Reykjavik Rio Rome San Juan Sao Paulo Sapporo Seoul Shanghai Singapore Stockholm Sydney Taipei Tokyo Toronto Vancouver Venice Vienna Warsaw Winnipeg Zurich pc-partly sh-showers; -rain; st-snow flurries; sn-snow; -ice. 4.

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