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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 8, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana                                Style Sunday May Kokomo Tribune B3 Its just criminal what goes on in court TJhis is better than Peoples 1 said going through the wire queues on my computer What said Veiveeta Marie peering over my shoulder Oh its just some of the cases that end up in the ol American court 1 said Theyd be enough to make Judge Wapner want to wop some of the liti A Manchester jury recently awarded to a woman who was covered with chemicals and human waste when two men tipped over the portable toilet she was using according to the Associated Press Kristen Flynn said some chemicals and waste went up her nose and caused an infection Flynn a Con cord water inspector also said the incident made her the brunt of jokes at work The jury ruled Jeffrey Morse and Mark Hayward deliberately tipped the toilet at a 1990 trade snow in Nashua Morse and Hay ward denied knowing that Flynn was inside They said the toilet was uneven and they were trying to level it Meanwhile In Hallandale the Associated Press reports legal costs have already reached in a contest between a retiree and the board of her coop association and they could more double A fight over title or services Nope Just a 10pound cat named Sam that originally cost Phyllis Ham mond On Jan the coop board that runs Taromina a 92unit oceanfront building rescinded its ban on pets Hammond went out and bought the cat a silverticked Oriental shorthair Then less than three weeks after its first vote the board reinstated the ban and told Hammond to get Sam out of her onebedroom apartment She refused An arbi trator ruled in Hammonds favor and the board appealed to Broward Circuit Court Owners voted 277 in favor of pursing the case said asodation president Michael Moss Hammond who lives on a pen sion and Social Security has spent to keep Sam the coop board has spent and lawyers say a trial could boost the costs to more than Hammond said the cat isnt worth it Another for a trial would be Thats for a she said No cat is worth unless you have the money I But fight she must At one point when she had to borrow money to pay her lawyer she offered to get rid of Sam sell her apartment and end the dis pute if each side would pay its own attorneys fees The board insisted she pay its fees She didnt have the money and was forced to continue she said The issue isnt the cat but the principle said lawyer Mark B Schorr who represented the board at arbitration Boards of directors in condos and cooperatives have to enforce the rules that govern their build ings If they dont you have anar he said And if they do perhaps a bit of stupidity eh If that infamous dinosaur is summoned into court how would he wedge his big purple behind into the witness stand Seems Everett music publisher Jean Warren has sued Barneys owner alleging copyright infringement according to the Associated Press She says she bought the rights to the I Love You Song in 1983 and wants a cut of the profits The District Court lawsuit was filed by Warren Publishing House Inc against the Lyons Group of Dallas Barneys owner and companies that have marketed musical Barney prod ucts including TimeLife Inc and Penney Co I can hear it now 1 can see youre suing me but you wont get a dime you Associated Press reported the parents of 18 children found in a grimy roachinfested Chicago area apartment were convicteaof child endangerment and neglect Cook County Judge James Linn said the childrens living condi tions were barely fit for an ani Five mothers and one father were convicted in the case that began Feb 1 when police looking for drugs instead found children huddled beneath dirty blankets on the floor One child was compet ing with a dog for food Gregory Turner the father said he didnt think being dirty was a crime Neither is being a stupid jerk lucky for you Greggie Police in Greenwood Miss said Adcock Stewart 45 has appeared in Municipal Court over 600 times in recent years mostly on public drunkenness charges He usually spends a few days in jail and then is sentenced to time served according to the Associat ed Press But recently City Judge Bobby Fisher sentenced Stewart to eight months in jail The defendant began shouting at Fisher accord ing to an AP account and then he threw the chair at him He just went said police officer Chris Martin Martin said he and five other officers were able to grab Stewart as he lifted the chair into throwing position We didnt have time to Martin said We just grabbed Thats the difference around here I guess You pull a stunt like that in Mississipi and youre a criminal do it in Indiana and youre a basketball coach Carey the guy guilty of compiling information for this article is Style editor for the Kokomo Tribune and may be contacted through the news Support group calendar Editors note Support group calendar is published on Sun days Items should be submitted by noon Tuesday Today Narcotics Anonymous Infor mation lines 3959328 local or 800 3398117 Gamblers Anonymous 7 at Trinity Lutheran Church Logansport For information call the Gamblers Hot Line at 219 At school 7390818 Alcoholics Anonymous Sev eral support meetings weekly For more information call 3956958 Monday Take Off Pounds Sensibly Weighin 78 meeting Grace United Methodist Church 219 W Mulberry St For more information call 4526439 Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Support Group 7 at MUNCIE Ind Seven high school seniors from Howard County have been awarded the Presidential Scholarship to attend Ball State University The renew able scholarship waives onehalf of academic year general fees Recipients are chosen from the top 20 percent of high school graduating classes Selection is based on a students academic performance and on the strength of the schools curriculum They are Kokomo High School Sharon McGill Andrea Piwbwar and Jason VanDeven der Northwestern High School Trent Miller and Shaun Wilson Taylor High School Bethany Costello and Western High School Michelle Cox NORTH MANCHESTER Ind Student leaders at Manchester College were recognized recently for the contributions they make to the life of the campus Award cer tificates were presented to Carrie Whitney 4933 N Road 450 East security assistant Peter Loomis 53 S Road 700 East student orien tation leader Anthony Downing 12690 E Road 300 student budget board and resident assis tant and Stephanie Cassel of Peru Manchester Activities Council and East Hall president SAINT MARYOFTHE WOODS Ind Kokomo resi dent Erica L Newby was one of nearly 80 women from St Mary oftheWoods College external degree and oncampus programs to receive a Woods ring during its 73rd annual Ring Day ceremony Ring Day is an academic tradition for women entering their senior year Danelle Button a Kokomo High School graduate and fresh man at Lake Land College in Mat toon plays second and third base on the Lake Land College Softball team Casey Franklin the daughter of Mark and Patty Franklin 347 S Road 400 East has been selected as a freshman representative to the Purdue University Engineer ing Student Council PESC is a 40 member service organization for the Purdue engineering students Aaron Manderfield the son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Mander field of Greentown has been accepted for membership in the United States Collegiate Choir a highly selective national musical organization which will make a threeweek concert tour of Europe in July He sings in the Eastern High School Swing Choir direct ed by Karol Evenson Matthew L Bilodeau 4911 W Road 50 South was one of 43 stu dents inducted into the Phi Soci ety at Ball State University He is a graduate of Western High School Devonna Beard has been named to the Deans List at Fisk University in Nashville Tenn Beth Spelman the daughter of William and Betty Spelman 1713 Greenacres Drive was a member of Kappa Alpha Thetas winning team in the Seventh Annual Womens Little 500 bicycle race at IU Bloomington Joanna McGaffney of Kokomo was elected to the Student Senate for 199495 at Saint Maryofthe Woods College Brian E Vinson of Kokomo has been named to the deans list at Northwestern University in Evanston 111 Puzzle solution nnnniiHR unnci one EEEE nran man nciRm EBB UGU UKUULID UHUQ nncinEcnnR num HECIER QDED EDHB GEE UGH UODU UELJlJUBU HCB cnnn EBB BBEEEOI1H EQEH tfLJDUt nnnnra nnn nEmnnnnmE DEBI3 EBCBE13 OGG DOES C1GQE QBE EBB KDCC Ben OECin nncGEHR QBUCIQ QGKGOt GQGUUG nnnnn nnnnnn nnnnnrc WO Port raits More Of Your Favorite Sizes PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE FEE OF NOT INCLUDED IN ADVERTISED PRICE payable whon poiltaiti ate taken No charge fot additional ubjecli Paw for advertised porlioilt our ulection on your choice of background Your favorite props welcomed Additional poses token for optional portrait collection wild no obligation to purchase No limit on the nurrber of advertised collection per family but only one per subject Portrait approbate Hurry New Charge For Additional Sublets THESE AREA KMARTS HAVE A PERMANENT STUDIO OPEN 5 DAYS 10 AM7 PM On Sun 10 AM or store opening If later 6 PM or store cloving If earlier KOKOMO 1905 E Markland 709 N Dlxon MBM PioducU give you Miter wnueitt o HM Howard Community Hospitals Womans Center Classroom For information call 2438591 Adult Children of Alco Families ACOA 7 at Trinity House conference room Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center For adults who are struggling with the effects from having been raised in a dysfunctional family due to alcoholism addictions abuse or neglect Recovery pro gram is based Upon timeproven 12 steps Support group atten dance is anonymous For more information call 8835512 Tuesday Senior Health Insurance Infor mation Program SHIIP 14 at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center A free counseling service to Howard County senior citizens sponsored by the Indiana Department of Insurance Call 4565406 to schedule an appoint ment Caregivers Support Group in medical library at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center For information call 456 5417 Life Support for Youth at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center in the fourth floor lounge For more information call 4595127 New Beginnings 7 at Westside Baptist Church 330 W Road 100 South For new or expecting mothers For informa tion call Elizabeth at 4598586 Second Chance Support Club YWCA 406 E Sycamore for exercise or swimming For more information call Lou Ender le 4552101 Wednesday Take Off Pounds Sensibly weighin 78 meeting at Grace United Methodist Church 219 W Mul berry St For information call 453 5447 LaLeche League Breast Feed ing Support Group 7 Howard Community Hospitals Womans Center Topic Why breast feed beyond three months Questions answered between meetings at 4595485 or 4551033 Kokomo Area Chapter of Com passionate Friends 7 at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center conference room D For information call Kathy at 963 2605 Thursday Key Consumer Support Group 6 at the Mental Health Association Activity Center 1137 S Courtland Ave CanSurmount at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center in the fourth floor lounge Families and friends invited For more information call Lupus Support Group 7 basement of Howard Com munity Hospital Guests wel come For information call 453 2175 or 4572269 Second Chance Club Cardiac Support Group 7 YWCA 406 E Sycamore for swimming and exercise Meeting following exercise For information call Lou Enderle 4552101 Low Blood Sugar Support Group 7 Howard Com munity Hospital Extended Care Classroom Persons will have a Do DINNER NOW PumpernicKels German Cafe Deli Now open Friday evenings until Wiener Schnttxel Sauerbroten Bntwutst Goulash Stew 1906 S Elizabeth Kokomo behind the Kokomo Mall One ol the greatest needs In our community today evolves from an Increasingly health conscious public Health are a part ol every Individuals dally life We invite you to participate In to be published In February This special tabloid section provides readers with important Information pertaining to their health Let them know your organizations role In serving their health needs will be distributed In the Kokomo Tribune and Cover Story on May Your message will reach more than households Please contact your advertising consultant today to reserve your space Copy deadline la May Kokomo Tribune and Cover Story Distribution Date Thuriday May Copy dtodline May II noon 1991 459 3121 chance to socialize and get to know others who suffer from low blood sugar and how they deal with the disease For more infor mation on the group call 453 8586 Second Chance Support Club 7 YWCA 406 E Sycamore for exercise or swimming For more information call Lou Enderle 4552101 Adult Children of Fami lies ACOA at Tip ton County Memorial Hospital For adults who are struggling with the effects from having been raised in a dysfunctional family due to alcoholism addictions abuse or neglect Recovery pro gram is based upon timeproven 12 steps Support group atten dance is anonymous For more information call 6756122 Friday Senior Health Insurance Infor mation Program SHIIP 9 to noon at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center A free counseling service to Howard County senior citizens sponsored by the Indiana Department of Insurance Call 4565406 to schedule an appoint ment Christian Divorce Recovery Group 7 at First Assembly of God 1520Apperson Way N A video tape series on Improving Your Communication by Gary Smalley will be presented For more information call 8649117 Saturday Breast Friends in conference center A at Saint Joseph Hospital Health Center For more information about the workshop or Breast Friends call 4565687 SPRING SPECTACULAR Now In Progress WIINDSUITS SHORT SETS I AK AKim DAILY 317 E Lincoln Rd Next to Evans Bottle Shop 800 N Uolgn Stmt Kotowo Indiwa 49901 WEDDING GIFT REGISTRY Kerl Burrls Chris Murray Jill Brummett Todd Rlchler Lawana Gasklll Joel Brown Angle Mawhorr Jeff Shiflel Jody Oberboltzer Gary Paxson Debbie Sherman Doug Heckman Terri Shult Jeff Brown Amy Brankle Craig Thurmond Linda Denes Jack Lotzgeselle Paige Quakenbush Brad Frawley Carolee Hartman Curtis Sandacz Melissa MilamWes 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