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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - October 9, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana Kats bow out in tennis semistate final Vol 144 No 36 Kokomo Ind Sunday Oct ships deployed Kuwait moves troops The United States sent troops and warships to the Persian Gulf on Saturday after Saddam Hus sein going to the brink again sent tens of thousands of elite troops and hundreds of tanks toward the Kuwaiti border The Pentagon said no additional movement of Saddams Republi can Guards had been detected since Friday when they were first reported But mechanized Iraqi troops were less than an hour from Kuwait A highly placed Kuwaiti gov ernment source speaking on con dition of anonymity said the emi rate began moving troops backed by tanks to the border Sat urday morning Iraqi soldiers steamrolled Kuwaiti troops when Baghdad invaded the emirate four years ago officials reported Friday that Republican Guards had moved closer to the border bringing to the total num ber of Iraqi troops in the area Some 700 tanks were also posi tioned or headed there No one was taking any chances that the unpredictable Hussein Related stories Q Saddam Hussein is feel ing the pressure at home Q Kuwaitis are remaining calm Page A2 might be embarking on another military adventure to try to quell discontent at home Amid the uncertainty over what his intentions were Baghdads governmentrun alIraq newspa per warned on Saturday without elaborating that unless the sanc tions are lifted the anger of the patient will erupt in order to com pensate for1 the pains of this President Clinton warned Hus sein on Saturday that it would be a grave error for Iraq to repeat mistakes of the past or to mis judge either American will or American troops move toward Persian Gulf Moving quickly to counter an Iraqi buildup of troops near Kuwait President Clinton ordered forces to move toward the Persian Gulf region First frost tonight Kokomo residents could see the first signs of winter tonight as the temperatures will likely dip to the low 30s according to local weath er observer Bob Wise We could see the first frost Wise said Temperatures are expected to be between 32 and 35 degrees During the day Wise is calling for sunny skies with a high tem perature around 55 Monday will be much the same he said as temperatures will remain around 55 with sunny skies Inside todays Tribune Local HK3SI Also Inside Congres sional candi dates dis cuss the nations welfare system Page Cl L Classified News of Elizabeth Luff left and her friend Virginia Godfrey both regular Hynds customers get a coffee refill frfe employee Helen Kuchnicki Tribune photo by Dave Hynds closing after 50 years By TOM CAREY Tribune Style editor Instead of serving up steaming cups of coffee this morning Helen Kuchnicki is probably relaxing over one at home Kuchnicki the last waitress at Hynds Drug Store Inc Fri day ended more than 20 years of service at the northside land mark That drug store will close its doors to the public after 50 years of business at Monday We nad a good time for a long said Ray Hynds president of Hynds Drug Store as he paused at the soda fountain recently And the one wholl miss it the most is Just the friendship with the is what Hynds has enjoyed most during his tenure If s like a real large family Theyre not your customers they re your Carl Hynds Sr became sole proprietor of the 431 W North St business in 1944 taking over the reins from pharmacist Harri son Mills Ray as well as brothers Robert and Carl Jr have all been associated with the business Carl Sr and Ray formed a partnership about 1956 those two and Carl formed a corporation sometime later Rays son Russell who later joined the corporation now manages the business The drug store has given jobs to nearly 300 people includ ing Kuchnicki just since 1960 Hynds will close its doors at Monday Tribune photo by Stapti Shaner Busy with six children she applied for a waitress job at the Hynds soda fountain as her youngest approached schbol age She was already with the real good hangout PfttM MC It was more than a drug t Hynds Drug Store is closing and Im Well honey we knew that Velveeta Marie said I mean I groused I cant believe if s closing its doors Monday after 50 years Where am I supposed to get a chocolate Coke But then I Velveeta wouldnt understand Granted technically to some people it may be just a drug store But to me and probably other folks on the norm end it was a lot more Of course Hynds filled pre scriptions As 1 was growing up whenever Bridey a little old TQMCAMY lady who lived next door to us needed medicine Dad would send one of us kids running the block north to pick it up for her But I never minded Could be that she always seemed to need two ice cream cones one for her and one for me whenever I went over 1 got to know die stools at die soda fountain there over the years Coke may be the real thing but a fHtfty or from fountain was the best However ask Mom and shed probably tell you meres nothing tike a Hynds lemon Coke on a hot summer day The fountain was also a great place to hang out There were times Id wander over with Dad after dinner and wed plop down on stools my sturpiwia coke while he downed And even without Dads f even a financiallystrapp could manage to scrape enough for a nickel coke A neighbor helped him ee lot more il 1 riadn over me booth One summer a St Patrick schoolmate and I made duly treks to the phone booth outside Hynds where probe me it ftipAi I ;