Kokomo Tribune, September 1, 1994

Kokomo Tribune

September 01, 1994

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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - September 1, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana 354 KOKOMO 50 cants Is extra million needed Howard seeks justification called James ByJEFFPARROTT Tribune staff writer Earle D has asked the Indiana Family and Social Services Adminis tration to determine whether its Howard County Family and Child Services division needs the extra lion it has requested for next IFSSA PCS Director Hmurovich on Wednesday and asked him to look into Howard County Director James McCleans budget acting on behalf of the peo ple of Howard County and the county to get justification for what he is asking Howard McCleans like county welfare budgets will be Bplit into general welfare and a hew Family and Children Fund for the first time next The mandated by is intended to allow for better track ing of rising child welfare McClean has requested 1995 general county wel fare budget million less than was allocated this and about million for the Fami ly and Children That adds up to about a million net of which can come from property taxes accord ing to McClean has His figures may be too Howard He may need additional but I dont know if he needs that McClean said the IFSSA has already reviewed and certified his a requirement before it can be submitted to the coun Much of the requested funding increase would go toward foster care assistance and care for wards in Hmurovich and McClean point ed to sharp increases over the past several years in the number of abused and neglected children in Howard County and statewide who must be pulled out of their homes for their McClean stressed this is the area pushing up Howard Countys welfare not the prototypi cal lazy welfare mother that peo ple residents recently derided at a county council Hmurovich said he assumes McCleans budget figures are since theyre statecerti but he will direct his fiscal staff to look into them One area it will look at closely is whether more Howard County children can be kept in the home instead of in institutions and fos ter he McClean said there may indeed by cases where children can remain in the but that too takes money that must be approved in the Blind woman gets a traffic ticket She was driving kids to school in golf cart AP A legally blind woman was ticketed by police for driving her children to school in a golf Its my only said Kathy I cant take my kids to school or go to the bank or the store without Golf carts cant be registered because they lack rearview mir seat backup or turn signals and therefore dont meet safety stan Officer Edward Anthony said it wasnt just the fact that Harkum was driving a golf Ive gotten various complaints from people over the last Mostly theyre about the way she that she drives the cart he 8alarm fire Firefighters tried to save Hillcrest Lanes and Homers Sports Bar near but the building was declared a total lOSS Tribune photos by Tim Bath t Blaze destroys Peru it wling alley Fire marshal investigating cause Volunteer firefighter Terry Little was treated by EMTs Linda Tyner and Leonard Ahnert By ANN HUBBARD Tribune Peru Bureau Eight fire departments used about gallons of water to battle a fire that destroyed the Hillcrest Lanes bowling alley on 31 near the Business 31 exit early this No serious injuries were Peru Fire Chief Bill Click said 50 firefighters from 20 units were called to the fire at State Police dri ving by discovered the The 20lane bowling owned by Lee 221 Main is considered a total Click No value has been put on the building or its Holmes had renovated the building three years ago and added Homers Sports Bar Pipe Creek Township investi gators and the Indiana State Fire Marshals office are investigating the cause of the Click As near as we the last person left Hillcrest Lanes sometime after 1 Click Its just but the fire could have been burning when someone was he Click pointed out a black line across the top of what remained of the He said the line indicates the fire reached the ceiling of the establishment and spread When firefighters arrived on the the fire was heavily Click Firefighters were initially able to get into the front door and go into the which is to the right of the front Pipe Creek Fire Chief David Betzner said the fire was already in the ceiling at that time and was burning very heavily in the northeast corner of the firefighters had to leave the One firefighter was injured with debris in his Terry Lit tle from the Pipe Creek Volun teer Fire was treat ed at Dukes Memorial Firefighters are expected to be on the scene most of the day to put out hot Click said the next step would be for firefight ers to put on air packs and go Thats the dangerous It cant be done from the he Hugs n kisses Sailor Willie Epps kisses his daughter as he hugs after they arrived at the Norfolk NaveJ Base here Epps wife is stationed in Guantanamo Navy Base in Cuba and was on the first planeload of evacuees from the AP photo Two accuse local candidate son file tort claim against county By STEVE JACKSON Tribune staff writer A Kokomo woman and her son have accused Howard County sheriff candidate Jerry Marr of misleading them regarding the sons efforts to turn himself in on an outstanding arrest They also claim Marr improperly solicited a campaign contribution from Judy Beeler Watson and Ken neth Watson filed a tort which is not a lawsuit but often serves as a prelude to against Howard County in early The claim seeks in dam ages for actions allegedly taken by Marr while he was performing his duties as a Howard County The claim alleges that Marr made statements to the Watsons which were misleading and misrepresentations of true facts regarding a pending crimi nal case against Kenneth The Watsons allege their reliance on Marrs statements that he Man was dis cussing the case with Howard Superior Court 3 Judge Randy Hainlen led to the March 4 arrest of Ken neth Marr denied that he at any point misled the Watsons regarding his han dling of the case and questioned whether the motivation for the complaint might be According to he was approached by who informed Marr that her son was considering turning himself in after skipping bail on a fiveyear old After speaking with Wat Marr discovered me warrant that was issued after Watson failed to appear had At that Marr says he approached whose court had jurisdiction over Kenneth Watsons and sought Hain lens advice about how to handle a case with an expired warrant when the suspect wanted to turn himself We never discussed Marr We talked in generali Hainlen on Wednesday con firmed Marrs statement that the two talked of how a warrant could be reactivated and how a suspect could turn himself Hainlen said he frequently gets questions about warrant activa tions and court procedures from police and and pro vides answers on such questions as a routine But names or specific cases are never he While Marr was working on reactivating the Kenneth Watson was arrested on March 4 by Kokomo police on a second outstanding Marr says he never knew of the existence of the second warrant until Watson was Please see Page Inside Comics news 6 Nation Cl6 Abby of Obituaries Gott ;

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