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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - June 27, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana 294 KOKOMO June 1994 4 suspects in death of man Body found in creek Three Clinton County residents have been arrested in connection with the death of a Lebanon man whose body was found in a creek April according to Indiana State A Clinton County woman faces a charge of assisting a criminal in the authorities said According to information from the State Police post at the three men arrested in the death of Phillip Ryan are Steven 25 Robert 22 and Albert Pauley all of Frankfort resident Juanita is accused of assisting a according to an investi gator for the Clinton County Pros ecutors Probable cause has been found to charge Phillips with the investigator Probable cause hearings for the three other suspects should be conducted in Clinton Circuit Court All four suspects were in custody ISPs Herb Clear said Phillips was arrested in June after a ninehour search during which he allegedly eluded Although he declined to provide Clear said the local investigation of Pauls death prompted authorities to contact police in Phillips was returned to Clinton County Saturday with who also faces a vehicle theft charge in Owen County that is part of the investigation into Pauls Clear He said Patchett and Bristow were arrested in Frankfort Satur Other investigators involved in the case could not be reached at Kokomo Tribune Pauls body was identified in early A mail carrier noticed the body in a creek April 25 as he was crossing a bridge on the Car roll and Clinton County bound 500 Road 800 police An autopsy revealed the man bled to The con ducted at the Indiana University Medical indicated the man died from hemorrhagic Race relief Howard Harrell relaxes with a piece of watermelon following the running of the fifth annual HaynesApperson Biathlon Sunday at Western High The Kokomo an employee of Delco fin ished 3rd winning the 2529 age Tribune photo by Dave Hess San Bernardino County firefighters battle blaze near early today AP photo Firefighters taming wildfires High erratic winds put Southern California on the hot seat LOS ANGELES AP Fire crews from neighboring states converged on Southern California today to help battle brush fires that have already blackened more than Theyre coming in from said Rita a spokeswoman for Angeles National Theyre from New Mexico and all The most devastating fire so far was a acre blaze in the San Bernardino and Angeles national about 60 miles east or Los It destroyed 10 homes and caused about million in Officials believe it sprang Saturday from a campfire near a Boy Scout Its lucky we werent said a woman who lost her giving only her first It looks like a war Its More than 800 firefighters battled to contain the blaze early Forest Service spokesman Robert Brady Flames were visible in the resort communi ty of home to about peo but only about 80 rural residences were ordered Another 600 firefighters tried to contain a fire in the Soledad Canyon in the Angeles National Forest that had been burn ing since The cause of the fire was not A third blaze charred acres south of Anza in Riverside State Investigators believe the blaze may have been started Sat urday by a vehicle Department of Forestry spokesman Will Donaldson In San Diego a brush fire scorched acres and headed toward the communi ty of Mesa on an Indian reservation in the Cleveland National Forest about 20 miles northeast of downtown San An undetermined number of people left their homes About 500 firefight ers battled the which began Sunday Itll be daylight before we can see whats really Forestry Department spokes woman Audrey Hagen said Sunday night The bad news is our crews will be battling the same conditions 105 degree tempera humidity so erratic It wont be much different from the may try carrot and stick diplomacy Plan would lead to diplomatic recognition of North Korea South Korea AP The United States will offer to exchange diplomatic liaison offices with North Korea if the Communist state agrees to open its secretive nuclear a newspaper reported The offices would be the first step in a twostage program that would eventually include formal diplomatic recognition of the the DongA Ilbo The national quoting an unidentified South Korean gov ernment said South Korea has been informed of the to be presented at highlevel talks with North Korea expected in early There was no official govern ment confirmation of the The suspended last will begin July 8 in North Koreas official Korean Central News Agency said The talks are expected to dis cuss matters for a fundamental solution to the nuclear issue in a package deal and other outstand ing issues between the two coun the agency In a deal brokered by former President the Clinton administration has agreed to reopen highlevel talks with North Korea in exchange for a promise from the North to freeze its nuclear The suspended last are to focus on better relations and a settlement of tensions over the Norths suspected development of nuclear North Korea denies that it is developing nuclear weapons but has thwarted full international inspections of its In another result of Carters trip to North Korea two weeks officials from the two Koreas are to meet Tuesday to discuss arrangements for the first summit between their The newspaper said the United States will offer to exchange liai son offices with North Korea if it carries out its promise to freeze and open up its nuclear That would involve inspections of two suspected nuclear sites at its main nuclear complex of Yongby it North Korea announced its intent to withdraw from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty last year after the International Atomic Energy the nuclear monitoring agency of the United sought to inspect the two It reversed that deci sion in later talks with the United The North claims that inspec tions of the two whicn it insists are nonnuclear military would infringe on its If North Korea complies with the first set of Washington will also offer to arrange economic including a lightwater reactor to replace the Norths graphitemod erated the DongA Graphitemoderated reactors are less safe and produce more pluto which can be used to make nuclear The United States is expected to ask South Korea and Japan to pro vide money to buy North Korea a lightwater priced at about the newspaper On Assistant Sec retary of State Robert Gallucci cautioned that Washington is not taking North Koreas promises at face We do not deal with North Korea yet on a basis of Gal lucci We deal on a basis of what they do and what they slay that can be South Korea plans to send its nuclear Kim Sann to Washington this week for talks with Gallucciand Japanese officials on how to resolve the nuclear Foreign Ministry spokesman Chang Kiho said Japan is also considering resum ing talks with North Korea on diplomatic Japans Kyodo News Service Final flight A10 Thunderbolts heading for history GRISSOM AIR FORCE The 930th Operations Group will launch its A10 Thunderbolt Us for a final time at signifying the end of 13 years of affiliation with the The final flights are a part of the 930ths deactivation which will be completed The 930th Operations Group received its first A10 Thunderbolt II in July when it con verted from its A37 Dragonfly fighter One of the units key missions in the support for Operation Deny Flight in Decem ber will be replayed July 13 through when unit members travel back to Italy to fly aircraft already in The peacekeeping mission will probably be the last large mission the unit can On June four senior pilots will make the historic final They include Leon Frank Mike Bruno and Don They will fly the final mission and return to the base at 3 Upon the four pilots will receive the traditional hosing down which is customary for final When the announcement was made about the AlOs being removed from the 434th Wing was designated to establish a new cantonment according to Pete 930th Maintenance The cantonment area refers to the buildings in which the 434th Wing will operate after the 305th Air Refueling Wing They include the KC135 and A10 hangars and maintenance adminis trative and support The 515 reserve and 174 civilian personnel for the 930th Operations which fly the 18 A10 fighters as a component of the 434th will be displaced 30 when the active duty leaves and the base becomes a reservist Inside todays Tribune Local Chrysler invites area res idents to view concepts of the Page Sports soccer team comes up awaits further Page Also inside Classified Local
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