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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - April 4, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana 211 KOKOMO April 1994 50 cents MIA search ending for 3 Vietnamese giving Americans the boot Vietnam AP Three Americans seeking evidence of servicemen held after the Vietnam War have been denied access to what they claim is a prison and must leave the coun Vietnamese officials said The officials said the three insist on visiting a sensitive military facility that is offlimits to foreign They said the Americans must leave because their visas were expiring The Americans Billy a former congressman from North Carolina Beth a Washington attorney and daugh ter of an American pilot shot down during the war and Lam ont a veterans represen tative asked to enter the site during a factfinding trip that began March Stewart is chairwoman of the POW Publicity Fund of Washing Hendon consults for the Gaston is national president of a veterans organization based in Hendon said officials responsible for investigating cases of missing American servicemen were overlooking Vietnamese prisons as a potential source of Mark went for a sail this weekend under sunny skies at Wildcat Creek Reservoir Park Tribune photo by Anne Farrar Thunderstorms on local horizon Weather observer forecasts lots of lightning The proverbial April showers could be rather violent this beginning according to local weather observer Robert Showers and scattered thunderstorms should arrive late this with a high today of 62 degrees and low of Wise pre Look for heavy high winds and a lot of thunder and Wise calling tonights storm potentially very He blamed the weather on a mixture of warm air to the South and cold air to the the two engaging in a Showers should continue through with an expected high of 52 degrees and lows in the The sun will pop out but tem peratures wont climb any higher than 45 Wise Thursday will be partly sunny with a high of 55 and rain should move in once again late Thunderstorms could be very strong late Friday night and Wise New London may share sewage plant By TRISHA TURNER Tribune staff writer A Western Schools official plans to make a recommen dation to the school board this month on whether Western should work with New London to solve that villages wastewater treatment William Western director of buildings and said school admin istrators are considering making Western Schools sewage treatment plant available to New Administrators have been exploring all options on how to address the he Were looking at the costs that would be incurred and who pays those Narwold is responsible for receiving information on the issue and plans to make a recommendation to the board on whether to enter into an agreement with New Lon don at the boards April 19 public Residents of the 70home village of New about three miles northwest of Western School have been seeking a solution to their sewer problems since Nine homes are discharging raw sewage into Honey and Howard County Board of Health has ordered the village to eliminate the health hazard or face an order for homes to pump and haul thejr own Teaming up with Western Schools is one of the latest options the New London Wastewater Conservancy District has con sidered in solving the said Bob Stinchcomb of Sanco Engineering in Stinchcomb is working with New London residents to resolve their wastewater prob Until a few weeks New London had been working to link with the town of Rus siavilles wastewater But Stinchcomb Russiaville officials pro posed a fee that he says will cost each New London household each Any monthly fee over each month is unacceptable to New Londons Stinchcomb Bud secretarytreasurer of the New London Conservancy said that threemember group has not officially voted against teaming with The conservancy district could decide on that issue and on pursuing an agreement with Western this The whole thing is in Temple Western could follow several options in dealing with New Londons Narwold said The village and the corporation could share the Western wastewater treatment plant south of Western Primary The corporation could lease use of the plant or charge a flow Western School could sell its sewaige treatment plant to New whicn could lease use of the system to Western or charge the school corporation a flow A new wastewater treatment plant could be built for New London and West ern Schools to New London officials would decide where that plant would be Western Schools could not enter into any agreement to work with New Asked if one option currently looks most attractive to school Narwold All those are being investigated on an equal The school represents all taxpayers in the he We need to make sure we choose something that is fair and Whats in a name Zhirinovsky had a Jewish one Kazakhstan AP Russian nationalist leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky was given a Jewish last name at birth but changed it when he was public records Zhirinovsky never mentions his original surname Eidelshtein in his 1993 autobiography and vehemently denies that either he or his parents were His origins have political signifi cance in Russia because ofhis attacks on The documents also raise questions about his can Zhirinovsky soared to promi nence when his ultranationalist party emerged as the biggest vote winner in Decembers national parliamentary and he has said he will run for president in Much of his political strength rests on extreme nation alists who are virulently anti The public records were found by a reporter working for The Associated Press and Cable News Network in four archives in Alma the city where Zhirinovsky was born and Although the records do not say specifically who his father Zhirinovskys surname was listed on his birth registration as Documents show he applied for and received permis sion to change his name from Eidelshtein to Zhirinovsky in June Thatwasjust before he moved to Moscow from in what was then Soviet Central for higher Ethnic quotas for universities at the time held back many Jewish or Jewish sounding The handwritten docu ments at the AlmaAta archives were retrieved from dusty shelves and boxes in response to a reporters Officials at the archives said they were Zhirinovskys Liberal Democra tic Party won percent of the national vote in the 12 parlia mentary He calls for Russia to reestablish an empire and regain control of former Sovi et republics like Zhirinovsky denies being anti Semitic but said Jews bring anti Semitism on He has also been quoted as saying that Jews are infecting the country through the and that Jews have tried to dominate the Inside Local Brush and grass fires are a springtime Page Style With activities ranging from helicopter rides to exploring caves Central Missouri s Lake of the Ozarks is a good spot for vacationers looking high and low for Page Sports Howard Countys high school golf teams Page Also inside Classified Local News of WN1V Teens struggling with sexual issues Social forces changing attitudes WASHINGTON AP Ado lescents around the no matter what their are sex ually active before age 20 even if their parents are reluctant to admit a new study And the age at which sexual activity begins is decreasing as overall health accord ing to the report released Sunday by Population Action Internation The nonprofit family planning advocacy group said mat by the year a billion teenagers will be facing sexual challenges and While some 700 million teenagers around the world are struggling with increasingly com plex questions about the report said most arent getting the help they need to find The school systems in most countries have largely failed to meet the sexual health education needs of youth and said the Population Action Youth at The report said the sexual behavior of adolescents is being affected by includ ing the spread of changes in laws on and a world wide trend to delay In the average age of marriage for women has risen from 14 to 18 since the early and similar changes have occurred in other the report One obvious impact is to increase the years during which teenagers are likely to engage in sex outside of It cited surveys in Kenya and Uganda that youths who were sexually active had experienced their first on by age In the United one fourth of 15yearold girls and onethird of 15yearold boys are estimated to have had the report In nine Latin American and Caribbean it roughly onehalf to twothirds of women reported having inter course before age Around the adults are reluctant to admit that their chil dren are having but studies in several countries show that most no matter what their are sexually active before age the report Adolescents are less likely to use contraceptives than partic ularly in developing and many young people have lit tle knowledge of reproductive the report Big Birds egg Children paint a huge egg in front of the TV tower in Built by the German sculptors Armin Koelbli and Man the 8ton steel egg will serve as a time capsule to be opened in the year The artists plan to set up the egg in the Ukrainian 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