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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - April 6, 1990, Kokomo, Indiana Shelly Brown reaches for her baby after an Accident on Markland Page 3 vol 139 no 210 witnesses accuse trucker of flirting Page 2 Indianapolis site of quilt convention Page 9 Tough Day for veterans at masters Pagels Indiana could get paper Plant Page 18 Tribune its the Best game in town Friday april 6 1990 de Klerk Mandela agree to talks cafe town South Africa a president de Klerk and Nelson Mandela agreed thursday on a new Date Lor formal talks Between the government and the african National Congress on giving Blacks a share of political Power in South Africa de Klerk and Mandela freed feb 11 by the president after 27 years in prison met for three hours but said the time and place for talks to replace a cancelled april 11 meeting would be announced later the two did not appear together afterwards Strong quake jolts islands menu Park Calif a a Strong earthquake Shook a Sec Tion of the Marianas islands this morning the geological Survey said there were no reports of injury or damage the quake occurred at thursday put and registered on the Richter scale said uses spokeswoman Pat Jorgensen it was entered Miles North of the territory of Guam near the Island of Anatihan on tuesday All 21 residents of Anatihan abandoned their Homes and set livestock free because a Volcano on the Island showed signs of erupting the Island residents were flown to Saipan 75 Miles to the South Newman wins Deli owner loses Bridgeport Conn a a jury thursday rejected a Delicatessen owners claims that he was promised a slice of Paul newmans food companies ending a closely watched trial where profits were the Issue but Newman was the Star the Academy award winning actor was applauded As he left the courthouse by a crowd of about 200 reporters and spectators waiting on the Steps All right Cool hand yelled one Well Wisher congratulations shouted another As a couple of motorists tooted their horns former Thrift Boss sentenced Dallas a the former chairman of a Texas Thrift shut Down in a billion Federal bailout was sentenced to u years in prison thursday the stiffest punishment yet in a savings and loan fraud Case Woody f Lemons former chairman of Vernon savings loan was a thief in every sense of the District judge Robert b Maloney said in imposing the sentence Index business classified Coin it entertain local news of the the the copyright 1990 30c single copy Etter attorney cooperates with group by Dave Phillips Tribune staff writer Indianapolis an attorney for Wayne Etter the trustee for bankrupt Continental steel says he has cooperated with the group seeking a court appointed receiver to oversee records of the bankruptcy Case though he Hast seen the filed request for an examiner on tuesday a request was filed with the bankruptcy court on behalf of wage claimants and an farm Aid Ivad hoc group of former Continental workers the pension rights committee asking the trustees office to appoint a fed eral receiver to Overlook the re cords of the bankruptcy Case the group founded by Phil Kauble made the request after suing the trustee to obtain records in the Case a review of the re cords by the groups attorney Mark Garringer prompted the request for a Federal examiner i have completely opened up the files in our office without reservation to Phil Kauble and his said Henry Efroymson Etters attorney they copied thousands and thousands of pages of documents from our files there is not one record of the bankruptcy which has not been reviewed by Phil Kauble and his counsel every disbursement made in this Case is a matter of Public re Cord if or Kauble and his counsel would review the court files there is a document on file with the court that explains every transaction the trustee has Garringer said thursday he still had questions concerning the million distribution made to workers last fall for various contractual claims when was the Money Transfer red to the Union Trust fund for the initial distribution How much did the Union get and How much did Bamberger and Feibleman Garringer said Bamberger Feibleman is the Indianapolis Law firm retained by the United steelworkers of America in the Case e Frank Childress bankruptcy trustee for Tennessee and Indiana was unavailable for comment thursday concerning the request for an examiner a spokesman in his Memphis office said Childress was on vacation and would not be Back in his office be fore monday family surviving farming crisis Indianapolis a Susan Bright Learned All about the family farm crisis in 1985 when she and her husband were forced to liquidate their livestock to meet Moun Ting debts the couple plunged into bankruptcy and soon Learned what rights they had and what they could do to fend off creditors the word spread among the Midwest farm Community and soon other Farmers were calling to ask for advice another person who called was Carolyn Mugar executive director of farm Aid who offered if Bright would establish a hotline to dispense the information they had gathered the Indiana Rural crisis hotline was incorporated in february 1986 the state now has taken Over hotline duties but Bright is still giving out advice to family farm ers As farm program coordinator for the citizens action coalition a statewide consumer advocacy group based in Indianapolis in All farm Aid has provided to fund her advocacy for family Farmers if it haunt been for farm Aid there bolstering the spirits it showed someone Bright said Bright will be among the Volun Teers working behind the scenes when farm Aid in comes to the Hoosier dome on saturday organizers Willie Nelson John Mellencamp and Neil Young head a lineup of More than 60 acts that also includes Bonnie Raitt Don Henley Oslin and guns v roses the tickets Are sold out but cables Nashville network will telecast it from 11 to 11 Central time Bright 44 and her husband Phil have held onto their 398acre farm outside Centerville in Wayne county they grow Corn wheat soybeans and maintain a few head of cattle they Hope to be discharged from bankruptcy later this year but must work second jobs off the farm Phil works As a trucking company Foreman and Susan works out of the cac offices a few blocks from the governors mansion on Indianapolis Northside the Outlook certainly was gloomier four years ago when Bright started the hotline out of their Home the Grant from farm Aid paid Telephone Bills postage copying and other office costs from the eight to 10 Calls per Day she received in her Home Bright built a mailing list of names to whom she mailed a newsletter with the latest information she could gather on How to save ones farm they didst know what their rights were we told them to negotiate to show them lenders on paper that it is better to work with them than put them out of Bright said she credits grass roots organizations such As the hotline and similar projects funded by farm Aid for gaining passage of the 1987 farm credit act and preventing More than foreclosures nationwide farm Aid has raised million since its first concert in 1985 and has granted million to More than 100 hotlines churches ser vice agencies and farm organizations Bright shut Down her hotline in August 1988 after the Indiana legislature approved a farm counselling project that duplicated its duties she turned her energies toward the cacs Indiana Rural organizing project which informs Farmers on Steps they can Lake within government to influence legislation and policy that affects them Bright Calls it education for grass roots the project maintains three Par time organizers based in Greene Kosciusko and Newton counties rite of Spring Kokoron Park department employees Bob Tyler and its annual Spring cleanup of the Parks which in Justin Daly remove leaves and trash from the Fence eludes putting out picnic tables around the Pool the Park department is Busy with Tribune photo by Brian Reynolds americans taking a toll on planet Earth Pittsburgh a one american does 20 to 100 times More damage to the planet than one person in the third world and one Rich american causes times More destruction a population expert said thursday the most serious population problem in the world is right Here in the United said Paul Ehrlich Stanford University professor of population studios the most common misperception of the population problem is that its a problem of poor indians who dont know How to use he said actually the problem in the world is that there Are too Many Rich Ehrlich and other environmentalists spoke to about students teachers Garden club members and corporate executives at a conference on solving global environmental problems Ehrlich railed against highly developed nations like the United states that he claims consume too much of the worlds resources coming up sunday Parade the Star of dirty danc Patrick Swayze talks about his one regret in life this sunday in Parade Magazine sports monday finally is open ing Day of the 1990 major league baseball season you can be prepared by saving two pages from sundays Kokomo Tribune Mark k Lyons Tribune assistant sports editor has compiled a wealth of in formation to help you enjoy the upcoming season As Well As keep track of the four local teams Kokomos team the Chicago cubs two other National league squads the Cincinnati reds and St Louis cardinals and Chicago american league entry the White sox look for it in Sun Day sports local area like a band of avenging furies tornadoes Cut a tragic Swath across Howard county april 11 1965 area residents shared their memories of the Day five separate funnel Clouds moved across the county leveling Russiaville and Caus ing extensive damage to Alto Kokomo and Greentown read about it in a special Section in sundays local area Section people members of the Hoosier kit fliers society get a natural High from their pastime read about the organi Matiun in this sundays people Section opinion Bob Ford talks about the Best mushroom Hunter lie Ever knew join the 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