Kokomo Tribune, October 7, 1994

Kokomo Tribune

October 07, 1994

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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - October 7, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana 34 KOKOMO 50 cents Taylor teachers have a contract Ten months after the last pact negotia tors for the Taylor Community School and the Taylor Education Association reached a tenta tive agreement late Thursday School corporation and union officials are with holding details of the contract until it is ratified by both Taylor Superintendent Damon Peigh this morning said the two sides will likely finalize the agreements language next week and then present it to the Taylor teachers have been working without a contract since Taylor contracts cover calen dar not school When asked if the deal reached at about 11 covered only Peigh I didnt say He declined to say how long a period the contract does saying that information will be released along with other details after the pact is Thursday nights bargaining session at the Sig nature Inn in Kokomo was the first between the school corporation and teachers since That session ended in a stalemate after teachers rejected the corporations offer of a percent salary Teachers have been seeking a percent pay raise and the inclusion of fair which requires nonunion teachers to pay for union rep 2 drinks a day cuts risk of heart attack LONDON AP People who enjoy a couple of drinks a day are about 40 percent less likely to suf fer a heart attack or stroke compared with teeto according to a British study of male Scientifically its upwards of three drinks a but we figured if we say one to two drinks people will stretch it to said Richard of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund at Oxford The results will be published in Saturdays issue of The British Medical Previous studies suggested red wine is better for the heart than other types of But this new study indicates two martinis are just as healthy as a few glasses of The new study also quantified the alcohols as opposed to previous surveys that suggested moderation may prevent We didnt find any measurable difference between one type of drink and said Peto at a news conference I dont think theres good evidence for red I think a lot of the claims have been Eric a researcher at the Harvard School of Public said the findings are important to gain further insight into alcohols Dork dunk Gibbs plunges into the icefilled water Samantha Bailey kisses her cousin who waits to get dunked again Just a buck gives you a shot to help support We Care G Grocery Sack manager Mike Gibbs prepares to hit the icefilled water as Marc Sutherland unloads a pitch Gibbs sister Denise Janssen watches at left Tribune photos by Brian Reynolds Irocery Sack store manager Mike Gibbs hit the icefilled water 200 times and headed back to the dunk tank today to ben efit WWKIs We Gibbs would like to raise about for We which raises money to help the needy at Hes asking customers and those that pass by for for three balls and the chance to dunk the dork which is what is on his neon sign in front of the store at 1212 Markland Gibbs first dunk into the water was broadcast live on WWKIs Male Throughout the Gibbs encouraged his customers to give it their best shot and get even with him for the occasional teasing he dishes out in the We Care raised last which it divided among the Kokomo Rescue the Salvation Arm sored Goodfelf For a related We Care see Page unong tne KOKomo Kescue the i Army and the Kokomo Tribunespon to help the needy at Christ Inside todays Tribune Local Columbus Pay means gov ernmental agencies will be closed Page Sports Kokomos team Belcher loses in tennis region Page Also inside Classified Local News of Haiti and the homefront Congress to Clinton Bring our boys home WASHINGTON AP A divided Congress says American troops should leave Haiti as soon as possible but is stopping short of imposing a deadline tor President Clinton to end the Both the Senate and the House approved nonbinding resolutions on Haiti on Thursday that also criticized Clinton for not seeking congressional approval before committing The reso lutions also required a statement from the president within seven days on his national security objectives in They directed the secretary of state to report by 1 on human rights violations by both the Aris tide government and the military led regime that overthrew The votes followed hours of debate in both chambers marked by Republican sniping at Clintons Haiti policy and Democratic warnings that legislating a dead line for the mission posed a dan ger to American soldiers in the In on Clinton told troops just back from the Caribbean mat things were going Thanks to your the Haitian people are moving from fear to Clinton told about sailors and officers who gave him a polite Much has been asked of you and you have The Senate passed was a compromise worked out hy Majority Leader George and Minority Leader Bob follow ing a strong appeal from the White House and the Pentagon not to handcuff an ongoing opera tion by setting a specific with drawal The House settled on the same language in a bill championed by Armed Services Committee Chairman Ronald Del after rejecting two other resolutions that put tighter restrictions on the Indianas delegation split over resolution By The Associated Press The Indiana delegation to the House was split on final pas sage of a nonbinding resolution urging withdrawal of American troops from Haiti as soon as possi Six representatives from Indiana were among the 236 who approved final passage of the res They were Democratic Andy Jill Frank Tim Phil Sharp and Pete Voting against the resolution were Republican Dan Bur Steve Buyer and John Democrat Lee the House Foreign Affaire also voted against the A total of 182 representatives opposed the final The Senate resolution passed 91 Both Republican Dan Coats and Richard Lugar support ed The votes followed hours of debate in bom chambers marked by Republican sniping at Clin tons Haiti policy and Democratic warnings that legislating a dead line for Ate mission posed a dan ger to American soldiers in the Hamilton and Robert sponsored lan guage authorizing the Haiti mis sion until March and providing for a vote after 1 on extending that It was defeated Hamilton chided Congress for accepting the watereddown reso lution rather than going on record as authorizing the Its a classical congressional he We leave no fin gerprints by passing that amend What we have done is pro tect our political what we have not done is exercise our con stitutional Buyer said he voted against the resolution because he dis agreed with Clintons utopian for eign policy based on the idea that democracy can be enforced around the world at the point of a This military intervention will This military intervention will not solve the economic and political problems of Buyer not solve the social economic and political problems of he ;

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