A MILWAUKEE WOMAN was slashed outside a Kohl's Food Store, apparently because she exceeded the 10-item limit at an express checkout lane. According to police, a female assailant attacked a female shopper with a pocket knife in the store parking lot, slicing off part of the victim's nose. According to local reports, the victim was buying soda, meat and a few other items, and was waved in to the empty express lane by a cashier. Witnesses said this move angered the shopper, who moments later attacked the victim just outside the store. The victim was taken to an area hospital where she underwent surgery to repair the damage. The attacker was detained by store employees until police arrived and arrested her.
icipants in the tournament are food-industry suppliers, Rotarians or friends of the Rotary or Bashas,' the company said. Last year's tournament raised $200,000 for 44 local charities, including abuse shelters, educational programs, children's activity organizations and senior citizens programs.
THE FOOD MARKETING INSTITUTE, Washington, and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children will involve supermarkets in a National Missing Children's Week next month. The two organizations will encourage supermarkets to offer Project KidCare, a child photo identification and safety education program.