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WORKERS dug Saturday to rescue children crying out for help in the rubble of a private school that collapsed in an eastern Nigeria city, state-run radio said. At least 100 people were reported killed. The school Harcourt collapsed Friday when almost 200 students were attending a debate on the uncompleted third floor . . . JOHN EDWARD SWINDLER, convicted of killing a Fort Smith, Ark., policeman, was denied a stay of execution Saturday by the U.S. Supreme Court and was scheduled to die by electrocution at 9 p.m. Monday at Cummins Prison near Pine Bluff, Ark. . . . BEGINNING Monday, smokers riding on Greyhound Lines scheduled buses will have to wait for rest stops to light up. Ralph Borland, Greyhound's vice president for marketing, said the decision to ban smoking was spurred by a recent survey indicating that passengers prefer non-smoking service . . . ISRAEL'S new foreign minister, David Levy, has apparently suffered a slight heart attack, doctors reported Saturday. Levy, a 52-year-old Likud bloc member, is seen as a possible successor to Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir.