Kokomo Tribune, April 8, 1994

Kokomo Tribune

April 08, 1994

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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - April 8, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana KOKOMO 215 April 50 cents Hotdog Woman relishes Powerball win of Winning in Powerball is not going to change your life said Toula Volikas Linville of who was one of 15 winners in Wednesdays She was the only Indi ana who is co owner of Coney Island restaurant in uptown Kokomo with her brother said this If s 8 oclock and Im here at work and nothings going to Im just going to do like I always do with my Her family includes her hus Chris a firefighter with the Kokomo Fire Department and a 4yearold The restaurant in uptown Koko mo has been in the family for 50 Although she always believed one day she would VolikasLinville now I still cant believe She has been buying Powerball tickets ever since it started April When the Powerball reached million this Volikas Linville upped her purchase to She always buys the same numbers and this week her purchase of those numbers even tually paid she The only number that had any real signifi cance was the number her hus band Chris birth Lady luck has also smiled on Chris Linvilles Last one relative won a million dollars and a reasonably good sum VolikasLinville After VolikasLinville will receive a tidy sum that she and her husband hope to use for personal expenses they incurred during the recent pur chase of a I also want to help Mom and Dad with some medical expenses and things like she The winning ticket was purchased from Rozzrs Mar ket on 404 Sycamore Powerball now rolls up to million for Saturday nighf s draw Inside s Tribune Local Teamsters picket in Style Exhibit honors victims of breast Page Sports Hank Aaron set the alltime record for home runs 20 years ago from Page Also Inside Classified Dear Local News of Rollerblade rendezvous Julia and Rick Green of Kokomo were out Rollerblading on County Road 200 West Thursday afternoon to get some exercise as temperatures began a Thursdays high temperature was Robert local weather predicts scattered show ers for Saturday and Saturdays high temperature should be and the showers should end by Wise Tribune photo by Anne Farrar threatens Serbs in safe area hammered during 11day siege WASHINGTON AP The Clinton administra in a tactical is threatening Serbs with NATO air attacks to protect peacekeepers likely to be sent to the oeleaguered Bosnian town of The aim is to end an 11day Serb as an ulti matum in February rescued and to prod the Serbs into negotiations in the Bosnian capital this Secretary of State Warren Christopher and Nation al Security Adviser Anthony Lake issued separate but similar threats on only days after Defense Secretary William Perry and John Sha chairman of the Joint Chiefs of sig naled that air power was Those statements were made at the beginning of this week and at that time they were perhaps accu Christopher said Thursday he added Neither Shalikashvili nor Secretary Perry ruled out any Lake said in a speech in Baltimore that neither the president nor any of his senior advisers rules out the use of NATO power to help stop attacks such as those against The carefully drawn state ment was designed to alert the Serbs and the rest of the world that Perry and Shalikashvili subscribed to the plans were accelerated to send hun dreds of peacekeepers to where mostly Muslim civilians have been hammered by Serb New tomato gets clean bill of health If approved it would be the first genetically altered food to enter stores AP A tomato that has been genetically altered to stay ripe longer is safe even though it contains material resistant to a powerful a government agency has The and Drug Administrations Center for Food Safety made the determination in documents released this week to an advisory committee meeting in this Washington suburb that is examining now the FDA is regulating food created from The safety determination brings Calgene FlavrSavr tomato one step closer to the but the FDA still must make a final decision on There is no dead line for the agency to If the FlavrSavr will be the first genetically altered food to enter the market The agency last November approved a genetically engineered hormone that causes cows to produce more but the agency said the milk itself is no different from what is produced The data indicate that Flavr Savr tomatoes Accident claims 1 womans life Foreign exchange student from Philippines One foreign exchange student who had been living in Kokomo was killed and another critically injured in a onecar accident near here Both students were women in their said Clinton Coun ty Sheriff Paul Their identities were not being released this morning because their rela tives all in the womens home the Philippines had not yet been The accident occurred about 8 on about threequar ters of a mile east of 29 near The vehicle in which the women had been a blue Chevrolet was east bound on 26 when it left the apparently causing its driver to lose Underwood said the car was eight feet in the air when it struck a utility pole on the south side of Deploying the peacekeepers could be a basis for possible air Christopher Once we have United Nations troops there in Gorazde then we do have a military because NATO has a right to go to their protection if they ask for he said on PBS MacNeilLehrer New We have an obligation and a right to go in and help those Christopher In a policy speech at Johns Hopkins Lake said a contingent of forces should soon be on its way to It is important that this happen as soon as Other administration officials said that the plan was being put on a fast track and that it would involve hundreds of along with British and French troops on peacekeeping duty elsewhere in the If the Serbs attacked the they would risk a NATO air the officials Pentagon spokeswoman Kathleen deLaski said Thursday theres no daylight between Defense Department and State Department on the possible use of Both departments are in complete agreement that Ci should look at all your options at all times in she Were not ruling out the use of force as a way to stop bloodshed or promote the peace The United States stands ready to transport the most of whom would come from to a staging deLaski and other officials are as safe as other currently consumed toma the center Scientists at based in have modified the tomato genes to suppress production of an enzyme that causes them to turn As a tomatoes can be picked ripe during the winter in places like Mexico and shipped around the Unit ed and still be red and juicy at the The key issue was the added genetic mark er used to determine whether the antisoften ing gene has been added the No damage was done to the The car was Extrication equipment was used to remove the victims from the Clinton County Coroner Charles Bush pronounced the cars passenger dead at the An autopsy was being per formed on the passenger this morning at Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis to determine her cause of although the sheriff said she did suffer head The driver was first transported to Clinton County Hospital and via Lifeline to Methodist Hospital in Indianapo Underwood said he believed that woman was in critical condi tion this He said the dri vers injuries were lifethreaten Underwood did not know what school the women were attending Scandal trips up Japanese leader Hosokawa says he will resign TOKYO AP Prime Minister Morihiro who rose to power vowing to clean up Japan ese today announced he would resign over the very type of money scandal that plagued his Hosokawas sudden resignation over question able financial dealings deepened the countrys political His the first government not led by the Liberal Democrats in nearly 40 lasted only eight I have told the leaders of my coalition govern ment and an emergency meeting of the Cabinet of my intention to Hosokawa said I have received their mired in a scandal over his personal finances that has paralyzed initiatives in Parlia would be the fourth of Japans last five prime ministers to step down because of Hosokawa said that although the questions regarding his Hosokawa finances relate to transactions that occurred before he took they were something for which I must take moral I and ask for your he said after the Cabinet He said he made the decision to step down Thursday night after talking with his It was unclear when Hosokawa would actual step The Japan Broadcasting said Hosokawas Cabinet could offer their resigna tions as early as Satur They would then become lame ducks until Parliament approves a Though no clear successor had speculation centered on Foreign Minister Tsutomu Coalition leaders were meeting this evening to discuss the succes who is also deputy prime refused to comment on his own Its all hap pened so I havent had time to think about he Sistine Chapel Pope John Paul II celebrates Mass at the Vatican inside the recently restored Sistine Chapel earlier Restoration of Michelangelos frescoes on the ceiling and altar wall were completed after 14 years of AP photo ;

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