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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - June 14, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana                                281 tf i I KOKOMO TRIBUNE June 1994 50 cents Welfare reform Clinton proposal draws a line WASHINGTON AP Mov ing to redeem President Clintons pledge to end welfare as we know the White House today unveiled his billion reform package imposing a twoyear limit on cash benefits and steering aid recipients into the work Under the presidents reform welfare will be about a pay not a welfare according to a summary of the plan obtained by The Associated The fiveyear which Clin ton will announce today in Kansas would largely be paid for by cutting social especially aid to immigrants and the Subsidies to wealthy farmers would be cut at a savings of A huge chunk of the money about billion would be spent on training and day care with only bil lion targeted for work Clintons speech forum was the Commerce where Harry Truman once worked as a More than a year in the making and long delayed in its presenta 1 Clintons plan is intended to frame a national debate on wel fare a politically popular issue among Democrats and Republicans Polls find that the overwhelm ing majority of Americans are dis gusted with the current welfare system most people believe it dis courages poor people from find ing Clinton said overhauling wel fare is an issue that cuts across political This is something the Bubbas of America and the liberals can get together he said in a recent A 32member task force that shaped Clintons plan had recom mended an ambitious plan costing up to but that was scaled back when the president refused to raise taxes to pay for Bayh rolls out Dlan for Hoosiers INDIANAPOLIS AP Indi ana taxpayers could save million under a welfare reform plan that would put wel fare recipients to work over a 10 year Evan Bayh The unveiled Monday by the would provide the recipients with pri vatesector This welfare reform package will give those on public assis tance both the opportunity and strong incentive to become self Bayh He is asking for federal permis sion for 42 changes in current wel fare Under the Indi anas Aid to Families with Dependent Children would be trimmed from about fami lies to by the year Bayh The package would cost more money over the first three largely because child care benefits would be extended to 18 months from 12 The objectives include helping recipients get jobs by taking responsibility for themselves and their making jobs pay more than making public assistance tem rather than a permanent way of punishing those who abuse the Kelly director of the Howard County steers as Tom Jim Dave Bro man and Allen Safianow push the 1897 Haynes into exhibit building Monday Tribune photo by Brian Reynolds Vintage autos return By JULIE McCLURE Tribune local area editor Two vintage HaynesApperson vehicles rolled back into the city where they were built fulfilling the first part of a dream auto exhibit planned for Koko mos Sesquicentennial and HaynesApperson Festival early next Collins Moving Systems donat ed its services to deliver an 1897 HaynesApperson fourseater believed to be the oldest running car in the United and a 1903 HaynesApperson twoseater which con verts to a Both vehicles were loaned to the HaynesApperson Festival and the Howard County Muse um by Imperial Palace Antique and Classic Auto Collection in Las For a we will have a firstclass car museum one of the first cars every built and the oldest running car in America this is a first for Howard County Museum assistant cura tor Tom Tolen said after helping push the two vehicles in a newly renovated Carriage House exhib it facility adjacent to the muse For a museum of our this is really For the people this is a chance to learn about their auto motive HaynesApperson Festival organizers arranged to have the cars loaned for the festival and and have also arranged with the Smithsonian for the loan of the 1894 Haynes that its Elwood drove down Pumpkinvine Pike 100 years ago this July That car will arrive later this month and will join a 1902 HaynesApper son vehicle owned by the More cars are coming to the exhibit later this organizers Dick president of Koko mo Automobile Heritage and general manager of WWKI noted that the auto exhibit will bring together an unprece dented number of the cars that Haynes and the Apperson broth ers built between 1894 and Everything in their Imperial Palace Collection Lange told the volunteers who helped move the two cars into the exhib it area on Dave president of the County Historial Society es manager at Howard and sales manager worked with Lange to arrange the loan for the cars from the var ious institutions and owners and made arrangements for the car riage house to be renovated to the Smithsonians including security Id like people to see these Broman The volunteers marveled at the rumble seat on the front of the 1903 and the picnic basket on the back of the which sports a surrey The 1897 car is fueled by rather than gasoline and was formerly owned by Jack Frost of which explains the JAF license Frost brought the car to Koko mos Centennial for a reenact ment of Haynes test drive on Pumpkinvine The HaynesApperson Festi val organizers renovated the arranged for the trans portation of the autos theres no way we could get the original Haynes car without said Kelly museum direc Thompson and Tolen also cred ited Jon Russell and Russell Designs for creating and donat ing his time for the 1894 Haynes cars Nancy Kennedy and Krogers for the photos whicn will adorn the Wickes Lumber and Lowes for donating Hendershot Fence for donating the iron barrier which will surround the 1894 and Hayes the contrac tors who renovated the Carriage They went above and beyond the call of Thompson The company donated work beyond the and their workers volunteered time and equipment to finish the job beyond what was contracted she They came in on their own time to help The two also thanked the 30 or so volunteers who stored and painted to get the exhibit While its not quite done the finishing touches are being according to organiz Target date for opening is The Haynes auto when and the will be open July seven days a from 10 to 7 Police slap handcuffs on I know Simpson says of deaths of man LOS ANGELES AP Police briefly handcuffed Simpson and ques tioned him for three hours after the bloodied bodies of his exwife and another found outside her Simpson denied involvement in the deaths of Nicole Brown and Ronald Lyle He was not but todays Los Angeles Times quoted an unidentified police source as saying the football Hall of Famer is under A passerby found Simpsons body near a gate to the West Los Ange les condominium early Police found Goldman s body in shrubbery Police wouldn t say when the two A bloodsoaked glove was found at Simpsons the Times and the Daily News of Los Angeles citing unidentified police The Daily News reported that the glove matched one found near the I know Simpson said as he got into a patrol car Simpson flew to Chicago on business about 11 Sunday and returned around noon the next after police notified him of Simpsons said his Howard anyone out as a Gascon Police arent rulin Davi Autopsies were planned for Coroners spokesman Scott Carrier said sharpforce which might include contributed to the The Daily News said the victims throats were Goldman was a waiter at the restau rant where Simpson dined Sun but he didnt serve restaurant owner Karim Souki She had dinner She called later to see if we found her glasses and we found Souki He said Goldman volunteered to return Neighbor Beverly Newman told the Daily News that she had often seen Goldman playing with Simpsons chil The 5yearold boy and 7yearold girl were found in their mothers They were turned over to The Simpsons were divorced in 1992 but were said to be discussing a recon Simpson pleaded no contest to wife served two years He had been accused of Ill kill you as he slapped and kicked Simpson hangs his head as he sits in his attorneys car Monday after being questioned by police AP photo Lower bills for cable TV customers By DAVE PHILLIPS Tribune staff writer TeleCable of Kokomo customers will find a new set of numbers in their June The cable operator has complet ed a review of new cable rate reg ulations that will lead to lower bills for nearly all of the compa nys Kokomo Responding to complaints from consumers who saw higher cable bills following the federal govern ments first foray into cable regu the Federal Communica tions Commission in February ordered cable operators to lower their rates another 7 It was the second change in two Beginning next TeleCa ble of Kokomos basic cable pack age will drop a month or percent from to plus Cable plus rates will fall or 8 percent a from to plus Customers will be informed of the rate change in June and July with the rate adjustment tak ing affect July Of TeleCables Kokomoarea 70 percent or about are CablePlus Many of them saw their bill increase fol lowing the governments initial effort to regulate cable TeleCables premium channels HBO and Cinemax are free of Under the new cable oper ators must set their rates for basic services 17 percent lower than their September 1992 charge as long as the price does not fall below a benchmark cost set by the The benchmark varies from system to depending on a variety of factors including the number of equipment Last year the FCC rules for determining our rates were based on fairly straight forward calcula tions of the cost per channel and the directcost of said Rick manager of Tele Cable of This the FCC issued com pletely new rules and regulations covering 700 pages and eight The agency has creat ed some very complicated formu las that took many factors into The initial 10 percent price drop took effect last and the remaining 7 percent decrease will take effect in Hamilton said it was too early to tell when another rate change may but hinted it may come as early as this Since we are now a regulated any price increase will be along federallyapproved said The new regulations encourage small but more frequent rate based on inflation and programming cost than cable companies have traditional ly taken in the Please see Page Inside Local Sunny and hot forecast for the Page Sports Pacers general manager says he would consider drafting Damon Page Also inside markets Classified ads B58 Comics jj Dear Abby gg Gott 07 Local news MA23 News of record AID Obituaries A10 Opinion Style World   

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