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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - August 1, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana 322 KOKOMO lTRIBUNE 50 cents ready to invade Haiti turns on the green light UNITED NATIONS AP The United States is ready to head an invasion of Haiti to restore the elected government officials said after the Security Council approved the use of all necessary means to force the countrys military leaders But Haitis armyinstalled gov ernment reacted defiantly declaring a state of siege and vow ing to fight any invasion with all Russian firm on peace effort Yugoslavia AP Serbias president must get the Bosnian Serbs to accept an inter national peace plan if he wants sanctions lifted against his coun Russian Foreign Minister Andrei Kozyrev said Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic will need a lot of courage Kozyrev said after meeting with Milose vic must get Bosnian Serbs endorsement of the and the Russian side will get the lifting of the Kozyrevs made to Russian reporters and given to The Associated suggested Milosevic must carry out threats to cut off vital support to the Bosnian Serbs if he is to press them into agreeing to the the United France and Germany have proposed slashing Serb holdings in Bosnia from 70 percent to 49 and giving the rest of the wartorn state to a MuslimCroat The federation has accepted the but the Bosnian Serbs have On Milosevic gave his strongest warning yet to Bosnian Serb leaders that he may cut off the fuel and money on which their selfstyled republic our might and The military is prepared to organize and lead an invasion Ambassador Madeleine Albright said after Sundays Secu rity Council We seek and anticipate that others will The message to the Haitian mili she was You can depart voluntarily and or you can depart involuntarily and The sun is setting on your ruthless White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta called the vote a very strong signal that the world com munity is that we want the military dictatorship to But in an interview Sunday on Panetta declined to say now long the Clinton administration would give Haitis military to step down before taking I think it is sufficient to say he And theyd better get that signal The resolution authorizing the use of force passed by a vote of 12 China and Brazil The 15th member of the was The which gives no timetable for the possible authorized a multina tional force under unified com mand to use all necessary means to facilitate the departure from Haiti of the military The resolution also calls for the deployment of a force following any Haitian Ambassador Fritz who represents oust ed President JeanBertrand Aris tides welcomed the The Haitian community would like as much as possible to avoid military but there is no alternative to getting rid of the he Several Latin American states said they feared the resolution would set a precedent for intervention in the The crisis in Haiti is not a threat to Ambassador Vic tor Flores Olea of Mexico told the From the standpoint of military intervention in our hemisphere has invariably been Uruguays Ramiro said his country will not support any military Celebrating champions Allison Duffitt 17 left a Taylor High School student who won 2S SSmpton S5s fe creative gift enjoys breakfast with her parents Connie and Randy Duffitt at the Becks Hybrids and Society 4Hers who received grand champion honors are invited to Howard County 4 H Fair breakfast each along with Guest reaas Breakfast of Champions at the Seville Restaurant this speaker was Kokomo Mayor Robert Sa Sponsored by Bryan area dealer for Tribune photo by Brian Reynolds Peaceful solutions have not yet been Mexico and Uruguay are not members of the Security but their representatives asked to speak prior to the Albright told NBC on Sunday that Latin American countries were concerned about some trend in intervention mat is absolutely not forces finished four days of war exercises near Puerto Rico on Saturday and steamed toward Haiti to resume patrols off the coast of the Caribbean Haitian leader bristles Battle of Haiti is under way Haiti AP Haitis de facto president declared a national state of siege today and dramatically announced that the battle of Haiti is under The predawn declaration by Emile fonassaint came 14 hours after the Security Council cleared the way for a possible invasion to oust military leaders and restore deposed President JeanBertrand Under the 1987 a state of siege allows for the pension of certain civil but it was not immediately known what steps would the chief justice of the Haitian Supreme was installed as president in May by a minority group of armybacked He assumed the prime minis ters post and named a clique of extreme rightists and nationalists to the The battle of Haiti is under he said on national radio and although probably few Haitians were awake to hear He accused the international community of racism and of open ly declaring war on a nation mat threatens no Inside todays Kokomo Tribune Local Howard County and Tipton County fair Page Style Beaver Island offers a relaxing Page Sports The Giants Matt Williams clubs 40th home Page A8 Also Inside Classified Local News of Prayers flow for slain escort Former minister charged with murder of doctor at abortion clinic AP Cm a day of marches and appeals for peace and healing joined prayers for a doctor and his escort shotgunned to death out side an abortion Never return evil for said the John president of the Unitarian Universalist Association of North at Sundays interfaith He told the crowd of 350 wor shipers to keep their faith strong fouowingFridays double saying The only thing necessary for violence and evil to prevail is for good women and men to do After the ministers led marchers through pouring rain to a memorial for slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Dur ing the blocklong the soaked crowd sang We Shall Prayers were said for John and retired Air Force James both shot through the head outside the Ladies Paul a former minister who has called the assassination of doctors who perform abortions justifiable is charged with two counts of murder and one count of attempted Britton had replaced David murdered 17 months ago outside another Pensacola Earlier about 150 peo ple attended a memorial service for Barrett at the Pensacola Uni tarian Universalist His who was wounded lit a candle to begin the clubs 40th home rage service ing the blocklong the with two counts ot murder and begin tne Brickyard memorabilia may be your pot of gold u Indianapolis And last when drivers the actual pace car Bv DAVE PHILLIPS autographed such as mugs are a narticioated in a stock car test on anv other pace car that appe By DAVE PHILLIPS Tribune star writer Race dont throw away your Brickyard 400 ticket stubs or In coming years they may be worth several hundred even more if they carry an autograph from the winner of Sat urdays inaugural As race day draws ped dlers are hawking everything from coffee mugs to Tshirts to But what Brickyard 400 memorabilia will hold its even appreciate Professional collectors say the merchandising blitz surrounding the first NASCAR race at the Indi anapolis Motor Speedway is a minefield with dry wells and pots of The Brickyard is going to fall in the same category as the Indi anapolis said Steven owner of Sports Memories an Indianapolis Any autogrape material such as uniforms and such will carry a higher price People are smarter today than they were in 1911 when the first Indianapolis 500 was says Bill coowner of Pinnacle Motor Sports and a longtime col lector of sports People tend to hang onto things today with an idea it may be worm something Some professional collectors say the Brickyard 400 could prove to be greener than the Indianapolis NASCAR fans are stronger col lectors than Indy car racing said Dan owner of Straight Three and Miller Racing Col Demand is higher because of the nature of the General merchandise bearing the Brickyard 400 logo bandan key coffee mugs are a dime a dozen and will carry less value in coming years because of their For some rea soa mere isnt a lot of promotion and hullabaloo surrounding mis said People arent saying they have to have this or Smith and other collectors say an item marketed as part of the initial race bearing an date will be worth more because of the On the other the more unique and rare an the more valuable it will Of me winners PPG helmet and gloves will become instant but theyll be placed on display at the Indianapolis Motor Speed way Hall of If you can get your hands on any personal effects of the race teams you are talking astro nomical said And if you can get a driver to put a coin in his pocket or wear a rac ing pin and turn it over to you after the Id hang onto And if he all the Press passes for the pit and garage areas and other racerelated could also fetch high Badges from the 1937 Indi anapolis 500 have sold recently for as much as to Allee And last when drivers participated in a stock car test on the attendees sold plasticcovered cardboard creden tials for up to The Indianapolis Motor Speed way is expected to print about race Some col lectors plan to buy them in guaranteeing a healthy supply in the In the Speedway prints about Indianapolis 500 The Speedway will also issue an official collector card series featur ing drivers of the It could appreciate in Allee because it will be official and The Brickyard 400 pace car a 1994 Chevrolet Monte Carlo could also appreciate in Chevrolet will make only 400 of the limitededition Pace cars are becoming more valuable because they are not said Of the actual pace car and any other pace car that appeared on the track will be worth But what about ticket Of unused tickets will be worth more man used Its not a big market in ticket said And 1 dont mink there will be many unused tickets Theres all kinds of stuff being but the diecast replicas and merchandise will really hold their said Merchandising and col lectibles play a bigger role for NASCAR fans than Indy car fol One thing is for Brickyard 400 speculators will have to wait 30 or 40 years to see how their investments really pay Even the sorriest Brickyard beer coasters and pins will appre ciate in value pked But youll have to hang onto it for a
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