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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - February 23, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana Vol 143 No 171 K OKOMO Kokomo Ind Wednesday Feb 50 cents Parents joy is tripled Dads still a little dazed INDIANAPOLIS Kokomo residents Edward and Stacy Marner will be carrying home bundles of joy later this week Stacy Marner delivered two girls MacKenzie Fallen and Colby Addison and Clayton Edward Sim a boy The infants were born at Humana Hospital here Monday at and New dad Edward Marner is not quite sure of the birth times though The children were born pretty fast he said and laughed still a little dazed by the whole experi ence Edward and Stacy knew the sex of the infants Edward Marner said We were pretty sure because she had ultrasounds every two weeks So we had a little head Knowing they were going to have triplets and knowing the sex of the babies allowed the couple to be prepared for their infants arrival by buying beds diapers and clothes in advance Edward Marner said But he added I guess you could never get completely pre The babies and mother are doing well he said And dad Hes Edward Marner said and The infants were able to breathe on their own Monday afternoon which is good sign he said The high birth weights were also a good sign that the babies are healthy Stacy Marner said MacKenzie weighed 5 pounds 8 ounces Colby weighed 5 pounds 9 ounces And Clayton weighed 5 pounds 15 ounces Often multi tples weigh less than 5 pounds Edward Marner is the manager of Electric 1124 S Washing ton St Stacy Marner did work at the Moss Veterinary Clinic 3400 S Dixon Road However Edward Marner said I think shes going to be a fulltime mom Local maternal grandparents are Bob and Sandy Burt The paternal grandmother is Mary Marner Kokomo mans body found in his home A Kokomo man was found dead in his home Tuesday by Kokomo police after a false report of a fire nearby Leslie B Moore E Carter Apartment A was found dead in his home at approximately Tuesday according to police Howard County Coroner Jeff Stout said an autopsy will be done later this morning It doesnt appear to be any foul play Stout said But we have to cover all aspects of the Stout would not comment on the cause of death until the autop sy was completed Kokomo Police Assistant Chief Charles Hackett said an investiga tion into the death is being con ducted but declined to comment any further We treat everything as a poten tial Hackett said But that doesnt mean it is We have to check out every The Kokomo Fire Department responded to a report of A fire at at 208 E Carter St According to a firefighters it was a false report In the process of investigating who called in the false report police found Moores body Bob Nutter left and his wife Donna Nutter wait to buy state final tickets Tuesday at Kokomo High School south campus Tribune photo by Brian Reynolds Lady Kats tickets hottest item in town More than half of the tickets Kokomo High School received for Saturdays IHSAA Girls Basketball Final Four competition in Indianapolis were gone by 9 today But Jim Callane KHS athletic director said fans of the KHS Lady Kats should nqt worry about ticket availability I think I can say anybody who wants a ticket to Market Square Arena can get he said We just feel like we owe that to the people whove been so loyal to these kids over the Callane said about 12 people were waiting when he arrived at school at today Sales began at 8 The Lady Kats will try to become state champions for the third straight year Satur day Ticket sales for Saturdays finals Tuesday All students and the general public may purchase tickets from 8 to 3 Thurs day at south campus What does rate cut mean These answers might solve your questions WASHINGTON AP Federal regulators have ordered a second round of cuts in the rate charged for most kinds of cable television This rate cut 7 percent covers the most popular services and equipment Regulators say thatll affect the vast majority of the nations 57 million cable sub scribers But figuring out just how the reduction might affect you is diffi cult since people pick from a vari ety of services offered by the nations cable systems Here are some commonly asked questions and some answers that may help Q The FCC told cable compa nies that it must cut rates for most services by 7 percent Does that mean ttiy bill will automati cally be cut by 7 percent A No The new price cuts will only apply to rates in effect after midMay when the new regula tions are expected to take effect Cities cleared by the FCC to regu late must first systems basic rate for programming and equipment to determine whether the 7 percent cut is warranted For rates beyond basic a con sumer or local government must file a complaint to the FCC The FCC will conduct a review to determine whether should be further reduced Q When will I see a change in my bill A Because the new rates are effective in midMay you wont see a lower bill until June Q Whats covered by the rate cut A cable channels except for payperview and premium services like HBO and Showtime and some equipment like special remotes for digital radio services and modems for information ser vices delivered by your cable sys tem Q Will my local government automatically oversee cable rate regulation A No Local governments must become certified with the FCC Cities can obtain the appropriate forms by calling the FCC at 202 4160940 Q If my local government doesnt chose to regulate what happens A Basic cable rates will not be regulated Inside Local What ever happened to the civil rights lawsuit filed by prisoners in the Howard County Criminal Justice Cen ter Page 3 Also inside Business Classified Comics Local News of record Spy CIA officer and wife suspected WASHINGTON AP The KGB develops a mole in the top ranks of the CIA state secrets are spilled double agents are fin gered milliondollar payoffs are made and FBI agents skulk through a suspects household trash to find clues And thats just the opening chapter in one of the biggest espi onage cases in CIA history The Justice Department oh Tuesday charged Aldrich Hazen Ames and his wife Rosario with conspiracy to commit espionage Ames a 31year CIA veteran and former senior Soviet counterintel ligence officer is accused of sell ing national security secrets to Moscow for eight years starting in 1985 A federal magistrate ordered the Ameses held without bail until a hearing on Friday If convicted on the conspiracy charge they could face life in prison Neither of them spoke to reporters when they left the magistrates office President Clinton called the case a very serious breach of national security Sources familiar with Ames CIA career said he compromised more than one Soviet double agent including a KGB counterin telligence investigations officer code named GTPROLOGUE who was feeding information to the CIA Ames had access to vast amounts of classified information at the CIA And because during at least part of his long CIA career he specialized in recruiting Soviet officials and intelligence officers as spies he would have been able to disclose to the Soviets the iden tities of CIA agents inside the Soviet Union The Justice Department wrote in an affidavit released Tuesday that Ames 52 began spying for the Soviets in 1985 at a time when he was the chief of the Soviet Coun terintelligence Branch in the CIAs SovietEast European Divisipn He is accused of continuing his espionage until his arrest on Mon day 1 Ames wife Rosario 41 is a parttime student at GeorjKttgwn University The affidavit mil she was a paid informant for the CIA from about AprilDecember 1983 while serving as a cultural attache in Mexico City The Ameses spent money at an extraordinary clip yet they appar ently raised few if any suspicions by paying cash for the Arlington home in 1989 when he was transferred to Washington from a CIA post in Rome His CIA job paid a year Duel starts today Olympic foes engage in icy staredown HAMAR Norway AP Hours before they skat ed for real Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding staged a ministaredown this morning at their final practice session Kerrigan and Harding who will skate in the Olympic technical program tonight looked at each other for several seconds late in the session Earlier in the practice Harding nodded at Kerrigan as she skated past her Kerrigan didnt acknowledge it Harding came onto the ice first giving a thumbs up sign to the crowd of perhaps Kerrigan did n t appear for another five minutes and when Hard ing skated by her she nodded at her teammate It was the first such gesture on the ice by either skater since Harding arrived in Norway a week ago At the end of the workout they were about 15 feet apart when they exchanged glances Kerrigan left moments later waving to fans Hard ing gave another thumbsup when she left the ice Kerrigan didnt want to bump into Harding tonight In fact she hoped that by the time she arrived at the figure skating arena Harding would be gone from the premises and out of the chase for a medal It was up to Harding whether to stay around to watch Kerrigan More than 100 million Americans and an addition al billion viewers around the world were expected Figure skater Nanoy Kerrigan left and skater Tonya 0 watch tne roost provocative drama in Olympic Harding engage in a staredown earlier this morning dur histu ryfuYet had no intention of seemg each other all night Harding was set to skate at in the techni cal program Kerrigan was scheduled at AP photo and planned to show up about 9 No reasori to get there Kerrigans coach said Kerrigan didnt even want to watch Harding on TV preferring to spend the time with her family and stay relaxed before the most important 2minute 40 second performance of her career Inside the rink lucky fans had tickets to sit in on this most curious chapter in Olympic annals Security was tighter than for any other event at these Winter Games No one of course could have trouble telling Harding and Kerrigan apart either by their cos tumes or their skating styles Harding donned a garish new rhinestone number Tuesday launched a pair of perfect triple axels and halflimped halfstrutted away She had two words to say to everyone Lets go Shes sassy and tough ready to skate against Kerv ngan and deliver on an impudent promise to whin her butt in the Winter Games P Yet the cold truth is that Harding could be knocked out of medal contention before Kerrigan even arrives at the rink if Harding skates her short program the way she did Tuesday in practice This time at least Harding wont be marked down by the judges for wearing a costume consid ered too risque as she was at the Figure Championships last month The new burgundy outfit she revealed Tuesday looked hke something a bareback rider at the circus might wear rhinestones and sequins splattered ail over but its respectfully unrevealing U
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