A WIND-WHIPPED FIRE fueled by abandoned rubbish raged out of control Wednesday afternoon before being contained in Jersey City, N.J., blanketing lower Manhattan with thick black smoke and prompting warnings to New York City residents to stay indoors . . . SEN. JOHN HEINZ, killed last week in a plane collision, was remembered as a dear friend and dedicated public servant at a funeral in Pittsburgh attended by Vice President Dan Quayle and dozens of fellow lawmakers . . . CARS CAME TO A HALT, pedestrians stopped on sidewalks and workers stood in silence in Jerusalem as sirens sounded for two minutes Thursday in memory of the 6 million Jews who died in the Holocaust.