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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - April 28, 1990, Kokomo, Indiana Giant log emphasizes Forest Issue Page 2 painting time Page 7 Kokomo vol 139 no 232 Kokomo ind David Robinson named top Aba Rookie Page 12 saturday april 28 1990 30 cents rockets kill 5 Islamabad Pakistan a dozen rockets slammed into the afghan capital and killed five people Friday the 12th anniversary of the bloody coup that began communist Rule in Afghanistan radio Kabul reported in Pakistan Relief officials said fundamentalist moslem clerics railing against Western influence led about people on a ram Page against a private Aid groups facilities at a Camp for afghan refugees Chad fighting Paris a Chad said Fri Day that its troops killed More than 700 Libya backed rebels in recent fighting and that France promised to keep a reinforced military contingent in its former Colony the libyans continue to want to impose their will on Chad despite a peace agreement the two countries signed aug 31 said foreign minister Asnik Ibn Oumar minister attacked United nations a three men accosted Iran foreign minister in a hallway Friday shouting murderer and Tor Turer and one hurled eggs at Velamati before being wrestled to the floor the eggs missed and the minister Ali Akbar Velamati was untouched and unharmed the three Well dressed men who identified themselves As iranians were apprehended and held for questioning Bill stalls Washington a a billion Bill that includes Aid for new democracies in Central America became embroiled Fri Day in abortion and death penalty controversies in the Senate the Core of the Bill provides million to Nicaragua and Mil lion to Panama lawmakers and president Bush Hope the Money will give solid starts to those countries new governments record vote Washington a sen Robert c Byrd do was honoured Friday for casting More votes than anyone in Senate history Byrds vote on an amendment to a billion supplemental spen Ding Bill was no shipyard stormed Ulsan South Korea a thousands of riot police firing tear Gas stormed the worlds largest shipyard at Dawn today clashing with striking workers barricaded inside and armed with steel pipes propane Gas tanks and homemade cannons there were no immediate reports of arrests but at least three policemen were reported injured Index classified local Madd chapter almost reality Tribune staff writer the Howard county chapter of mothers against drunk driving is close to becoming a reality according to a Kokomo woman closely tied to the project Cindy Abies newly elected president of Howard county Madd said the necessary paperwork to incorporate the chapter has been sent to the National organization and All that re Mains is the of related Story victim Impact panel sets first session Page 2 Abies facial presenta Tion of the charter by the state chairman of the organization Abies Hopes the charter can be processed within two weeks so that the organization can move ahead with its priorities including its first victim Impact on May 7 in Howard county court four people whose lives have been affected by the actions of intoxicated Drivers will Tell their stories to an audience of convicted alcohol offenders although Abies is not a victim of a Drunken Driver it was the plight of a victim of an alcohol related Accident that prompted her to get involved with the Madd cause she said she was working As an orthopaedic nurses aide in the emergency room of a local Hospi Tal when a woman who had just been brought in was notified that her husband had been killed in Drunken driving crash her husband was following the ambulance bringing her in with a broken hip and the ambulance swerved he didst see it and was hit Headon that woman cries stay with me Abies said the woman thought her husband was in the Hospital waiting room but was soon told he had been killed nobody should Ever have to go through that nobody once you get Abies said you dont Ever get out because those people have you and youre hooked i cant put enough hours she has been involved in the Effort to establish a local Madd chapter since november when she worked As a Oneman chapter in adds red ribbon Campaign although a charter will be issued for Howard county the Organiza Tion also will serve Tipton Clin ton Cass and Grant counties the reason we Are doing so Many of these is because of victims i have victims in that Many coun Abies explained other officers of Howard county Madd include Nancy Click first vice president Kevin Brewer second vice president Jerry Koenig treasurer and Marcie Dutton Secretary Vivian Rudolph coordinator of the Kokomo police departments Vic Tim assistance program is also a member of the Board the Madd chapter meets the first wednes Day of the month at in the Kokomo City building at the May 2 meeting Abies said Kokomo police will arrest her on a series of mock charges including operating a vehicle while intoxicated causing an Accident leaving the scene of an Accident and running a red Light a mock trial will be conducted to allow Madd members to see what occurs in the judicial system after a person is arrested although the local chapter is new it is involved in a number of activities from monitoring court cases to a candlelight Vigil that will be conducted throughout the nation in december the Vigil is a Public remembrance of the Vic Tims of Drunken driving and Abies is hoping for Strong local participation Mike Troiano left and Alan Eller Are featured in a Parade Magazine Story Tribune photo by Brian Reynolds local teens quoted in Parade Bykari Kinkade Tribune staff writer maybe youve noticed a fairly new column in the Parade Magazine that appears in the Kokomo Tribune every sunday called fresh it features teenage opinions from around the country on a variety of subjects if you have and even if you you might want to Check it put this weekend two Northwestern High school seniors Mike Troiano and Alan Ellers will be quoted on their opinions As to whether Rock lyrics should be labelled or censored i thought it was kind of said Troiano re Ferring to the two hour session eight Northwestern High school students sat through in late february with Parade writer Lynn Minton at first we All wondered Why she picked Northwestern 1 also got the impression that it was her first trip to Indiana and the Midwest by the Way she talked and Minton asked questions and took comments on a number of topics including Drunken driving girls asking boys out on dates mixed race dating which grandparent treats you nicer parents and the generation Gap and what they would change in school if Given the Opportunity i was glad to see somebody asking our opinion on these things instead of relying on the experts to Tell them what our opinion Ellers said Minton travels the country asking teenagers questions on a number of issues for possible use at a future Date other students from Northwestern May be quoted in the future on other topics and the Tribune will try to keep you informed Indiana Japan sign pact s sea of worshippers Chicago a Young Muslim boy looks up As thousands of men Bow in the 9 prayer at Mccormick place in Chicago muslims celebrated the eid the the state 8 most important islamic festival which ends a month of Dawn dusk the world 9 fasting a photo Indianapolis a gov Evan Bayh signed an agreement Friday beginning an unprecedented cooperative program with Japan to promote the Export of Indiana goods and services into the japanese Market the two year agreement is the first Export promotion pact reached Between the japanese ministry of International Trade and Industry and a state government officials said under the Accord japanese and Indiana officials will set up an Export promotion Center in the in Diana department of Commerce to help Hoosier businesses inter ested in doing business with Japan an information Exchange also will be set up to help match potential Indiana exporters with possible japanese importers this is an historic event for said Bayh during a signing ceremony in his state House office the fact that the japanese have come to Indiana first in their efforts to encourage imports to their country is a testament to the Quality and competitiveness of Indiana in Indiana already is a major exporter sending More than million Worth of goods and ser vices to Japan each year most of the exports Are chemicals pharmaceuticals vehicles and other machinery Bayh said the agreement could Lead to greater exports of Indiana products such As Wood furniture and Auto parts we look Forward to exports from Indiana improving significantly Over the years ahead said Bayh a copy of the agreement signed by Minoru Masuda chairman of the Japan external Trade organization was presented to Bayh by the organizations presi Dent Teruaki Mizunoue this cooperative working agreement can go a Long Way toward cementing relations not Only Between Indiana and Jerto but also Between our two coun said Mizunoue we also Hope that this agreement can set a Good example for other states and organizations to Mizunoue said the first agree ment was signed with Indiana because the Bayh administration was dedicated to promoting exports the previous administration of gov Robert d Orr also vigorously promoted exporting of Hoosier products the japanese organization will cooperate in development of the Export promotion Center and will dispatch a japanese Trade expert to work in the Center officials said the Center will coordinate Trade promotion activities including Export seminars Trade missions help with Export financing and Market research Mizunoue said japanese officials also might be Able to recommend minor changes in Hoosier products that would make them More marketable in Japan plans for implementing the program should be made final in a separate agreement by july 1 officials the japanese import expansion program has been developed by the nations Trade ministry As the country looks for ways to reduce its Trade surplus with the United states and Blunt Calls in Congress for protectionist Trade legislation Mizunoue noted the Trade imbalance has reached billion in recent years on the Light Side Santa Cruz Calif a any plans to visit Kresge College part of the University of California Santa Cruz will require a passport and visa students at Kresge one of eight Csc residential col Leges voted overwhelmingly this week 30679 to secede from the main Campus the students on thursday were making plans to Issue passports and entry visas they also intend to set up toll Booths at Border Check it All started with a ballot measure that sought a secession initially it was consid ered a symbolic but Steve Parks chairman of the Kresge student Parlia ment said were going to take this thing a bit hence the toll Booths and visas the ballot measure blasts school administrators As managers and demagogues rather than the visionaries and idealists who established the University among the redwoods above downtown Santa Cruz in the 1960s we secede in the name of the environment we secede in the name of the stated the initiative tip for the Day looking for something to do this morning dont just lie there Wake up that Lazy spouse and Tell the kids to get dressed put on some Good walking or running shoes and join us for pacesetter 90 at Northwest Park the on Emile fitness event begins at and the four mile race follows at 9 the race will be run rain or Shine raceway registration and checking for All runners is from 7 to at the Park shelter House Clear skies temperature around 75 and winds from the South Between 12 and 18 Mph Are expected to Greet runners this morning according to Robert Wise local observer for the National weather service there is a 30 percent Chance thundershowers arriving by 7 today Wise said As the Day progresses the Chance of thunderstorms will increase and Wise noted that by 1 the Chance of thunderstorms will have increased to 60 per cent the eighth annual pacesetter is sponsored by the Kokomo Tribune Howard Community Hospital and Goodyear information 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