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The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com Tuesday, December 11, 2007 - 7

Winter storm kills 18
across the Midwest

Killer had trained to be a missionary

More than 600 homes ice echo
City.
lose power The N
posted ice
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A ings Tue
wintry storm caked the center of souri, K
the nation with a thick layer of ice and Illin
yesterday, blacking out more than emergenc
600,000 homes and businesses, National
and more icy weather was on the Oklaht
way. At least 18 deaths in Oklahoma millionc
and Missouri were blamed on the out as p
conditions, with 15 of them killed the weig
on slick highways. branches
A state of emergency was age in sta
declared for all of Oklahoma, Missouri
where the sound of branches homes an
snapping under the weight of the there.
the michigan daily
AVAILABLE FALL. WE have all of APTS
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at 734-662-5500 or Huron St.
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ted through Oklahoma
ational Weather Service
e and winter storm warn-
sday for parts of Mis-
ansas, Nebraska, Iowa
ois. Missouri declared an
cy on Sunday and put the
Guard on alert.
oma utilities said a half-
customers were blacked
wer lines snapped under
ht of ice and falling tree
the biggest power out-
te history, and utilities in
said more than 100,000
td business had no power

Gunman in church
slayings grew up in
religious household
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.
(AP) - The gunman believed to
have killed four people at a mega-
church and a missionary training
school had been thrown out of the
school a few years ago and had
been sending it hate mail, police
said in court papers yesterday.
The gunman was identified as
Matthew Murray, 24, who was
home-schooled in what a friend
said was a deeply religious Chris-
tian household. Murray's father is a
neurologist and a leading multiple-

sclerosis researcher.
Five people - including Mur-
ray - were killed, and five others
wounded Sunday in the two erup-
tions of violence 12 hours and 65
miles apart.
The first attack took place at
Youth With a Mission, a training
center for missionaries in the Den-
ver suburb of Arvada; the other
occurred at the New Life Church
in Colorado Springs, where Mur-
ray was shot by a security guard,
though investigators said he may
have died from a self-inflicted gun-
shot wound.
"Through both investigations
it has been determined that most
likely the suspect in both shootings
are one in the same," police said in

court papers.
Colorado Springs police said
the "common denominator in both
locations" was Youth With a Mis-
sion. The training center maintains
an office at the 10,000-member
church.
"It appears that the suspect had
been kicked out of the program
three years prior and during the
past few weeks had sent different
forms of hate mail to the program
and-or its director," police said.
Murray's relatives said they
were grief-stricken and baffled.
"Our family cannot express the
magnitude of our grief for the vic-
tims and families of this tragedy.
On behalf of our family, and our
son, we ask for forgiveness," they

said in a statement read by the
gunman's uncle, Phil Abeyta, who
fought back tears.
In a statement, the training cen-
ter said health problems kept Mur-
ray from finishing the program but
elaborated little. Murray did not
complete the lecture phase or a field
assignment as part of a 12-week pro-
gram, Youth With a Mission said.
"The program directors felt that
issues with his health made it inap-
propriate for him to" finish, it said.
Policegave no immediate details
on the hate mail. And the train-
ing center said that Murray left in
2002 - five years ago, not three
- and that no one there can recall
any visits or other communication
from him since then.

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1143 S. Forest/May/$3400
0 Packard/Fall/$3500
7 Linden/Fal/$3400
0 S. Fourt/Fall/$3300
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18 Church/Fall/$3900
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1039 Baldwin - Furmished Apartment
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526 Packard - Located at Packard and
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1001 S. Forest - Located at S. Forest
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917 Packard - Located at Packard and
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1015 Vaughn - Top location for MBA
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515 Walnut - EXTRA LARGE 2-
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Must be over 19 yrs. of age. Must be
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more details. Requirements - Should be
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TREE CITY PROPERTIES
6 Bdrm: 1104 Prospect $3800 May '08
6 Bdrm: 340 S. Division $3800 Fall '08
6 Bdrm: 1019 Packard $3400 Fall -08
6 Bdrm: 1016 S. Forest $3850Fatl '08
6 Bdrm: 1108 Prospect $4100 Fall 08
5 Bdrm: 407 Hamilton $3000 Fall -08
4 Bdrm: 812 Packard $2600 May '08
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For Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2007
ARIES
(March 21to April 19)
You might be unusually concerned
about something in the media today.
Similarly, you have very strong views
about politics or religion.
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Your desire to become a better person
or to do anything that will promote self-
betterment is very strong today. This isa
good thing. It won't be wasted.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
Relations with partners and close
friends are extremely powerful today.
One of you wants to be in control of the
other. This is because one of you thinks
you know what's best. (But do you?)
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
You will work tirelessly today with
great determination to achieve whatever
you want. Nothing is too much trouble.
Just don't overdo it. (You're relentless!)
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Three areas of your life are unusually
strong today: relations with children,
anything having to do with the arts or
sports and romance. You will move
mountains to make something happen.
VIRGO
(Aug. 23 to Sept. 22)
You will make changes for the better
at home today. You can find new uses for
existing objects. You also can make
changes for the better within your family
relationships. What an opportunity!
LIBRA
(Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)
You have the mind of a detective
today. In conversations with others, you
probably will overpower others. You're
perceptive, curious and looking for hid-
den meanings.

SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
New sources of income might come to
you today in practical terms, or they
might occur as an idea. Listen to what is
possible. You could boost your future
earnings!
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
You'll make extraordinary efforts to
achieve whatever -you want today.
Nothing will hold you back. In particu-
lar, many of you will make changes to
your appearance or image.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
Your ability to research anything or
ferret out answers is remarkable today.
You have the mind of Sherlock Holmes.
("Elementary, my dear Watson.")
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
A powerful friend or acquaintance
could come into your life today.
Someone will say something that rocks
your socks. It could be a teaching lesson.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
You might have a strong desire for
power today. You feel compelled to do
something that you want in your own
way. Take it easy. Don't go overboard.
YOU BORN TODAY You're hard-
working, dedicated and purposeful in
whatever you approach in life. You gen-
erally finish what you begin, and you
tackle serious subjects or projects.
You're extremely goal-directed. You're
willing to undergo difficulties, even
physical deprivation, to get what you
want. You're strong and courageous.
Your year ahead is beautifully social,
promoting friendships and romantic
partnerships. Enjoy!
Birthdate of Rita Moreno, actress;
Big Mama Thornton, blues legend; Jim
Harrison, writer.
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