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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 8, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana Sunday May Kokomo Tribune 05 Frank Gregorys TALK OF THE TOWN Prom the LITTLE HOUSE When you retire you can sit back in your favorite easy chair think of all the problems your company will have on our futures rocky road Then you can softly say to yourself Ththtlvththats all folks Here s a poem dedicated to my friend Dow Richardsonlf youre thinking of May I please have your attention With prices P atld P What rhymes with pension If you need some last minute gifts for Mothers Day head for DON MOORES friendly Rexall He features Hallmark cards Russell Stover can dies many gift ideas Open this morn at 9 Happy May birthday to Beverly Cone Connie Durr Dorothy Hansen NED BOOHER tells us that the Wildcat Crik was named after Miami Chief Richardville who was known as Chief Steve Hall the popular TV edi tor of the Indy Star is married to Doug Roma Norths daughter Dawn Shes the librarian for the newspaper Doug retired KHS teacher has starred in many Civic Theatre plays He operates a yarn shop in Frankfort called the Knitwit no comment Took my winter jacket to DAN GEORGES Sputhway Cleaning Center for cleaning repair Good time to take your drapes curtains to Dan Behind Chi Chis west beside Williams ROGER STEPHEN my Forest Park barber says If you want to surprise mom on this Moth ers Day take her out to dinner ask for sepa rate Its not too late to drive out to COGNATAS Greenhouse for some flowers hanging plants for your mother News taken from a 1949 Tribune The Delphian Reading Club met at the home of Mrs Howard Berkey pile Attending were Mesdames Hutto Kneiple Fred Morrison William Randolph Cox Louth Earl Orem Miss Grace Mclntosh Our Penny store recently celebrated the firms 92nd birthday Cliff Crowe was manager here for many years Dont tell Clifford but eve rytime I walk thru the store I miss In Passing It doesnt take much to please your mother Just a few flowers in an inexpensive holderybur hand Does anyone know where I can locate Russ Hiatt He helped develop Indian Heights Tomorrow evening 115 new nurses will receive their pins in Havens Audito rium at IUK Sue Dunhan is dean of nursing at IUK This week at Kokomo Glass Paint BRAD NEWTON can save you 20 to 30 on a wide selection of Congrats to Michele Fang KHS Heather Tipton High for receiving Merit Among our citys top notch cooks Helen Shaffer Pat DiSalvo my wife Instant thot A study shows that only 10 of perfumes give to moms by kids on Mothers Day are ever actually used And then only when the Tidy Bowl runs out And if that Tidy Bowl doesnt work and you need an experienced plumber better call my friend TED SLATE Also a good time to check those air conditioners with him Linda Dave Johns have moved into the home on Conradt where my wife Phyl I lived for many years raised our kids The house was built by Phyls grandad Walter there are many friendly ghosts in that residence Protect your drinking water make it safe by calling DON JOHNSON Central Water Sys Don has rental soft water units too PETE PIGEON says Graduation is when millions of kids leave home to seek their fortune millions of parents try to rebuild theirs RAY REED ED SERRANO MIKE CARD WELL are Legion Post 6 trustees do a fine job of guiding our People I miss Bob Ford Tribs sports Jim Picket Continental Lorene Lewis Oscar Farmer KHS Cece Harness Ote Howard Bob Whitehead attorney Did you know that Jake Grimme served on our State FairBoard GREG MAVERICKS friendly sales team at McGonigals has some sharp buys in Buicks Cadillacs this week will be glad to take you on a demo ride No Our neighbors kid is goin to one of those summer camps where they really have to rough it Yep the TV set is black white Scenes Around Tom Ellen Anderson walking by Mehlig Park It must be spring gang There are 3 kites caught in the oaks in front of my LITTLE The Rev Fred Dorisse family enjoyed their recent vacation Among their stops were the homes of Abe Lincoln Mark Twain CHUCK LISA HILL have many plant to save you on insurance Non smoker senior citizen combo autohome rural discounts When I return from a vacation I always have the last Travelers Check for an emergency like eating In part ing I have a special place in my heart for ALL mothers I hope you gals have a wonderful day Blues Skies God Bless GREG Try Classif iedsThey Work Lock up a rising rate with a CD that wont lock you in RISING RATE CD Annual Percentage Yield A guaranteed rate increase with a nopenalty withdrawal option every six months Whichever way interest rates might go the Rising Rate CD is a smart savings bet Because if interest rates remain flat or drop youll still get a guaranteed raise in your CD rate every six months But if interest rates begin to climb the Rising Rate CD gives you the liquidity to pull out once every six months without penalty The rate earned for each sixmonth period rises as the chart above indicates climbing to a APY during the final sixmonth and you have the option of withdrawing all or a portion of your funds within the first ten days of any sixmonth interval The Rising Rate CD The liquidity you want the guaranteed interest growth you need To open yours little as call or visit any participating bank office O FIRST0 AM RICA Bank For more information call us at Peru 317 4735516 A penally may lie imposed fur early withdrawal liter than periods stated abate Annual percentage yields shown abure reflect the yield for each sixmonth period separately and are not cumulative yields AfY eased OH semi annual compounding of interest when interest is added to the certificate Deposit limits apply sole proprietors only Rates good as of subject to change without notice Limited time offer available at participating banks only Rqttal Housing Lender CD Member fHIC impaired Wl amilabk from 9SKSTat lUOO2194611 Todays Tribune crossword puzzle Colorcoded Solution to todays puzzle Page E3 By Chet Currier ACROSS 1 Conn village 7 Synthetic fiber 13 Va river 18 Gawking 19 Beethoven work 68 Coach 69 Nurture 70 Epitome of selfishness 72 Metaphorical 75 Public health problem 20 Truffauts The 77 Supermarket Story of 21 Yellow 23 Appraise 24 Cash in 25 land Los Angeles 27 Ticino sight 28 Walt Kelly creation 31 Kind of steer 32 Pod heading 34 Involved with 36 This land 37 Tenn player 38 Frayns Off 40 Home ent gear 43 Pink 46 Bank inst 47 Not 48 Heretofore 49 Levant 51 Granary 53 Have creditors 54 Maui adornment 56 You Can Make You Try 58 Fistulous 60 Covenant 63 Gray 66 Sandberg of baseball 67 Plata companion sign 81 Feral no more 82 Whitney 84 Purple 86 Putdown 87 Coruscate 89 Front attachment 90 Caffeine source 91 Mr Wolfe 93 Hollywood initials 94 Santa Calif 95 Amiable 96 Calendar column 98 Hill shelter 100 Soak up like 103 Enumerates 105 Green 110 Misbehave 111 Stand by 112 Escarole 113 Cross 114 Flinches 115 Dog type DOWN 1 Upper limit 2 Inits in Stillwater or Corvallis 3 Ave crossers 4 Site of Manyal palace 5 Knights chaplet 6 Drub 7 Jeans material 8 Bagdads st 9 Snap out of it 10 Carnival spot 11 Eye doctors 12 Highflying grp 13 Dess dweller 14 Nabokov novel 15 Blue 16 Jewish month 17 Leak 22 Calypters 26 Fleur de 28 Metamorphosis state 29 Sugars 30 Singer Puckett 33 Creek 35 Egg in combinations 37 Franchise 38 Wise counsellor 39 Issues 41 Laughin name 42 Cubic meter 44 Believed 45 Tiger feature 47 Bawl 50 Flags 52 Profuse 55 Prophet suffix 57 Like cherries jubilee 59 Instincts 60 Stations 61 Nordic 62 Reds 64 Bay window 65 Switch ending 68 Mass cape 71 Baseballs Vizquel 73 Actress Neuwirth 74 Goodmans specialty 76 Musical key girll 79 Stratum 80 Bunco 83 Cephalopod secretion 85 Frosh headwriter 87 Sailor 88 Persuasive sort 92 Hoarse 94 Mimics 95 George of Cheers 96 Lackluster 97 Pangasi source 99 Barbecue dish 101 Puttee 102 Heredity agent 104 Eg king 106 Sp queen of Destruction 1965 hit 109 Munchen article THIS MONTH ON PAYPER VIEW FATHERHOOD Most wanted dad Patrick Swayzee FOR LOVE Michael J Fox OR MONEY Romantic comedy H COOL Jamaican bobsledders RUNNINGS goldmedal comedy DEMOLITION MAN Sylvester Stallone Wesley Snipes QD THE AGE Michelle Pieffer OF INNOCENCEDanielDayLcg ANOTHER STAKEOUT Richard Dreyfuss Emilio Estevez Rosie ODonnell TO ORDER THIS MONTHS VIEWERS CHOICE OR CONTINUOUS HIT TITLES TUNE TO CHANNEL 19 THE PREVIEW CHANNEL You Can See Why WereTheBest ABLE 4539075 ATTENTION ALL YOUNG LADIES OF KOKOMO METROPOLITAN AREA Graduating seniors between the ages of 17 and 23 and unmarried You could share in the over Scholarships awarded each year Kristin Brockmann Miss Kokomo Haynes Apperson 1093 M Me Take your first step todayenter the Miss Kokomo Haynes Apperson Scholarship pageant Just complete this form and mail at once you will receive all the information and an official entry blank The Miss Kokomo Haynes Apperson 1994 Pageant will be held June Applica tions must be postmarked by midnight May 23 1994 Produced in cooperation with Howard Co Convention Visitors Commission Interest Application Please send me more information concerning the 1894 Miss Kokomo Haynes Apperson Scholarship Pageant My Name Phone Home School Area Code L Completion of this form does not constitute entry into the pageant Entry forms and additional information will be sent to youplease include SASE MAIL THIS FORM TOs Suzie Kiley Contestants Chairman L 2604 Mill Kokomo IN 46902 Produced in cooperation with the Howard Co Convention Visitors Commission
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