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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 29, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana Checkered flag drops at 11 Sports H H 266 May Duty calls Maddox sons War is not something that deep within a man leaves quickly or that quickly leaves a Wanting to it does not mean forgetting A war takes getting Remember with excitement or pride or with elements of each it becomes a part of the person it has Robert Sherwood By CATHARINE FERNANDO tribune staff writer The Malddox who once lived on 1625S Elizabeth in has intention of forgetting or wanting to forget the war or the many men and women who died in But this Indiana fami ly had the honor seven f flags for eachof the seven sons wfitv participatedin World War Although Veterans Adminis tration cannot confirm they are believed to be the only family in the state with so many members involved in a war at any Clara and Charles Maddox have but their five of whom still live in Howard reminisce about the war and how they responded when their nation Trie last son who was too young to participate in the earlier a Vietnam career offi He is now retired and works ciara and remained Please see PA5 Floyd and Garland from left in front of The Civil War Sailprs and Soldiers Monument at Crown Point are four of seven who fought in World War II l Tribune photoJbyjTim Bath No rest Supect gets a rude awakening Kokomo police arrested a 28 yearold man Saturday morning after he was found asleep in a northside furniture store that he allegedly police Dennis 413 Wash ington was arrested on a Class Cielbny burglary He is being held without bond at the Howard County Criminal Justice according to jail person Police were called to Hirschberg Furniture 319 Main on a burglary report at according to a press release by t Police said someone had entered the business through display window and several items were After a search of the investigators found Burkett sleeping on the third After police questioned it was believed that he broke into the place and was going to steal several Police would not release what the items He was arrested without inci and the stolen property was The case remains under police Cubans invade Belgian embassy MEXICO CITY AP A crowd of Cubans apparently seeking to emigrate invaded the residence of the Belgian ambassador to Cuba on The Cubans posted a placard Voufeide the saying that peopleWere according He said about 20 police had gathered A group of unidentified people penetrated the residence of the Belgian ambassador in this capital the motives for the action are not Cuban governments Prensa Latina news foreign ministry Inside today s Tribune fr Local High school graduate lists from weekend Pages Also inside Classified Dear Local News of No paper Monday The Kokomo Tribune will not publish Monday to employees a day off for Memor The newspaper office reopen at 8 Tuesday Parade flaunts schools r Two Kokomo area schools were in the Delco Electronics 500 Festi val Parade Saturday in down town Making its first appearance in the annual parade was the Taylor High School Color The group performed flag and rifle choreography to the music There s No Business Like Show The Kokomo High School Marching Band was also in the In the Delco El ics float sported several employees and their child Cogrand marshals of parade were jfivetime Olympic gold medalist Bonnie Blair and Indy 5PQ winner Mario Andret whip is retiring from racing at the end of this IndyCar Employees pf Delco Electronics wave as their flpat Sjrtf t in Iniinapolis Saturday in the Delco Electron won the Qpvernors cruises down Meridian The drum unit of the Kokomo High School Marchl Band performs Saturday in the Delco Electronics Festival Parade in Indianapolis Tribune photos by Brian Reynajto W i l
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