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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - January 2, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana                                119 KOKOMO Legislators say session will be short Cool run Michelle leads this pack Friday in the annual together for a threeway tie for first The trio ran togeth Club Kokomo Roadrunners New Years Eve 5K run in High er on the course that snakes through Highland land Faulkner finished in 15th Howard A story is on Page 21 and race results are on Page Terry Fletcher and David Gardner crossed the finish line Tribune photo by Anne Farrar Inside todays tribune Local Bob local weather says the Kokomo area may get at least 3 inches by Page World Body of last avalanche victim found in the Page Also inside Classified Gott Local 6 News of Motorists make mush Tiptons street crews use new snow technique ByLISAFIPPS Tribune Tipton Bureau Motorists who drove on the nearly 25 miles of Tiptons city streets actually helped the street department remove According to Gary street this is the third year the department has used a new snowremoval technique which he said worked just snow was pushed to the side of the If there was a lot of some of the excess was scooped up and hauled Harpe We get as much snow off the road as we Then we salt it and shove it to the middle and let the cars work the snow into a That Harpe theres less to And if they do have to scoop up the its easier to move a little but Once the snow gets most of it drains down the storm he And the citys street workers doiVt have to scoop and remove he Harpe esti mates might save the city a little but hes sure because he hasnt really consid ered the cost He said trying to save money wasnt the motivating reason to switch snowremoval The main reason for switching to the new Harpe was to get the snow off of the streets The street commissioner said noticed it was taking quite a while for snow to be cleared off of the Then Harpe read about the alternative method of snow removal in a Better Roads and The snowremoval technique is new for this but its been used in other states for Harpe He said he thought the city could at least try the pushitto themiddle technique to possibly speed things As for Harpe the new technique shouldnt nega tively affect In he it could help because if the snow isnt on the sides of the its less likely to That snowremoval system may work for but its not neces sarily an answer for other We still push snow to the said Bob Kokomos Street He noted that Kokomo has 190 miles of city streets to Guge said with small accumula pushing snow to the middle might be but a large snowfall might cause He said after a large think of how much snow is along the sides of the roads and then picture that in middle of the Harpe said the technique can only be used with small accumu He said when theres a heayy the road crew has no choice but to push it to the side and remove Harpe is also quick to note just because Tipton will push snow to middle of the road doesnt mean there will be snow piles sev eral feet high along the He said no more than a couple of inches would ever be in the middle of the By CATHARINE FERNANDO and TERRI HUGHESLAZZELL Tribune staff writers The 1994 General Assembly should be short and be over with long before the March 15 dead according to local represerita tives and Brad RRussiaville expects the session to be short and His colleague Earle has his eye on 22 as the wrap up of this short legislative Steve has predicted a 25 But while in beginning there will be some issues that must be taken care All agree that funding for the Indiana Department of Environ mental Management will likely top the agenda as will the recur ring issue of how schools should be Discussions on the environmen tal agency will center on general money supplementing fee but probably with money already No one expects the budget to be reopened for discussion on addi tional expenditures or appropria in an effort to allevi ate the problems that have plagued the environmental agency and to prevent giving con trol back to the federal govern discussion will focus on a fee structure for air and water inspections for industry and gov as well as additional state Howard said people hes talked to dont want to lose control of the so hes willing to find a way to fund the Another major concern are health care and Medicaid cuts being made by Bayhs administra Although the legislators expect the state to wait for a federal health care they believe they have to be prepared for the out come of Clintons Bayh has control of how Medic aid reimbursements are but legislators want the concerns of their constituents to be made through Howard has already written a letter to the Democrat governor asking him not to make across theboard but to study indi vidual Johnson is taking things a step further and plans to ask for a com made up of members of the Senate Planning and Social Services Committee he and the House Public Health Commit tee to study reimbursements and how costs are This will better inform both members of the Third House sessions set The KokomoHoward Coun ty Chamber of Commerces legislative affairs committee will host its annual Third House Session three beginning The other two dates are 29 and Each session will run from through 11 in Room 131 of Indiana Technical Vocational 1815 Morgan The public is invited to attend the sessions at nb charge and discuss the issues that will affect individuals and Legislature and the administra tion about what the reimburse ments He doesnt expect any opposi tion to the plan Because the only money involved will be the cost for the Such an advisory he would include representatives from insurance compa nies and as well as other health care We need to find what all the components of service are and what the true value Johnson Educational funding may also be a hot topic this year because Pat chairman of the House Ways and Means called for bonding approval for university projects even though both parties have stated they dont want any supplemental budget in the 1994 legislative Bayliff believes Bauer could secure sufficient Democrat votes in the House to get that but I dont expect the Senate to go I cant imagine the House Democrats holding out for university bonding as an issue Another issue that will be ed are the various forms of anti crime But other than that I dont think thats going to change the way the earth is carrying a bill that would prohibit smoking on the grounds of kindergarten through 12thgrade I was asked to do this from people Howard Bill expects the return of an ethanol bill that could increase the use of corn to reduce dependence on for eign He also expects riverboat gam bling and its distribution to be cussed in this Indian peasants attack towns in Mexican state Police officers die in disturbance MEXICO CITY AP Hun dreds of armed Indian peasants attacked four towns in the south eastern state of Chiapas on Satur At least three police officers were killed and 18 news reports The privately owned Televisa network said the who called themselves members of the Zapatista Army of National Liber attacked around Televisas correspondent in the area said San Cristobal de Las the states second biggest community with and the towns of Altamirano and Las Margaritas were News reports Saturday after noon said that rebels were still holding at least parts of three of the They reportedly with drew from Ocosingo and police were guarding By the rebels had pulled back and concentrated in downtown San Cristobal de Las where they occupied the mayors a resident there Angelica a 25yearold said the citys two radio stations were off the But all was quiet in the town and people out as she A statement by the Chiapas gov ernment at the state capital of1 around Tuxtla Gutierrez said about 200 most of them of Indian carried out acts of provo cation and violence in the four The statement mentioned no In a statement faxed to the news the Zapatista Army of National Liberation said thou sands of armed men and women seized San Cristobal de las Casas The Zapatista Army said it was protesting abuses by Mexican authorities against Lacandon Indi ans in the It said the group had declared war on the federal army and President Carlos Salinas de Gortaris It didnt detail the groups But it declared For the government it doesnt matter that we possess absolute ly not a not not not The group is named after Emil iano a leader of the 1910 1920 Mexican Revolution wHo defended the right of poor peas ants to free land seized from wealthy I Lacandon and other Indian peo ples in Chiapas have long been feuding with the state goverft ment and federal often over Bikers say I do in surprise ceremony AP Brenda Smith had never been able to sur prise her boyfriend Tony Saucier until She caught hirh completely off guard Friday when a motorcycle ride turned into his She got Tony Ive never heard of a surprise wed Tony had wanted to marry Brenda for almost three She kept turning him down because he wanted to She wanted a She got About 30 leatherclad were on hand for the nuptials at the Gulf Coast HarleyPavidson motorcycle Even Pastor raye Blankenship of Vancleaves Cornerstone Church wore a leather jacket as she conducted the Tony was set up by his Todd who told him they were going to the store to gut some bike Hes got a lifetime to but hell never be able to get me back for this 1 got him Hazelwood He had no Tony said the surprise left him Not When the big moment Tony didnt hesi He just grinned and said his Blankenship told those in atten dance to support the couples marriage even when tank is empty and the tires are Tpe groom wore a denim vest decprated with Harley The bride had a traditional wed ding but under she wore black jeans and Freighter missing Nova Scotia AP A freighter carrying iron ore and a crew of 36 was lost in a storm Sat urday in the North Atlantic about 930 miles east of Lights possibly from lifeboats were spotted in the and a Canadian rescue ship was head ing The Liberianregistered had a Greek and Filipino The freighter left on Monday carrying iron to Europe and ran into a winter said Halifax Search arid Rescue Center Dan a search and rescue told the Canadian Press news agency the ship was hit by 30foot waves and winds up to 53   

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