Volume 2 ... Number 31
ARE TERRORISTS KLUTZES?
LONDON - A bomb apparently intended
for a top British
general was found under a car, and police said Tuesday the
plot bore the hallmarks of the Irish Republican Army. Cmdr.
George Churchill-Coleman, head of Scotland Yard's anti-terr-
orist squad, said the bomb containing a type of plastic
explosive was placed under the wrong car and fell off
because it probably wasn't attached properly. (AP)
GORBACHEV SEES END OF EAST-WEST SCHISM
MOSCOW - There can be no return
to the world of com-
peting political camps, President Mikhail S. Gorbachev said
yesterday. It was his first broad comment on the radical
changes sweeping Eastern Europe.
"It is time to recognize that the world today does not
consist of two mutually exclusive civilizations," he said,
"It is one common civilization in which human values and the
freedom of choice have primacy."
Gorbachev, quoted by the official news agency Tass, was
speaking at a meeting here with the French foreign minister,
Roland Dumas. (REUTERS)
MEGAN AND RAYCHAEL PLAN COFFEEHOUSE
By Joy Katesdatter, Staff Writer
In Community Meeting Tuesday, Raychael and Megan
volunteered to organize the Parent's Weekend coffeehouse,
and to coordinate desserts.
Since then, they have made a sign-up poster, now on the
bulletin board by the mailboxes, and a cake.
They urge people to sign up for the coffeehouse today.
The comics are made possible by a grant from Jon McGee
The corporate sponsor wishes you to know that he did not
dedicate these comics.
SELECTED BY JON (Dedicated to Megan)
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