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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - October 31, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana Local A2 Kokomo Tribune Board considers project bids Eastern School Board could make a final decision Tuesday on what to include in the corporations upcoming building Board members will be present ed bids on a variety of tasks which could be included in the project including the addition of six per manent classrooms and a comput er room at Eastern Elementary School and building a mainte nance facility at the Eastern High School Members could award bids dur ing its Tuesday sched uled to begin at in the Eastern administration They could also reject bids or the issue until a further said Superintendent Lindan The project could cost up to million and would be funded by bond issue and funds already Hill He has said it will not cause a property tax increase for residents in the school Waste board meets 7 The Howard County Solid Waste Management Board will at 7 at the room of the Howard County Burns claims Powerball prize Clifford Burns of Kokomo claimed his Powerball prize from the 26 drawing this Burns matched the first numbers but not the Powerball He purchased the winning ticket from Soupleys Package Stores at 2100 Apperson Purdue students rescued Saturday AP Eight Purdue University spelunkers were a little embarrassed when ran into a rescue team that I came to save Nine students Centered Donahue Cave Saturday but five hours one of the students became The male student waited for his but when they failed to show up after three he exit ed the cave and reported them As it turned his friends were just waiting for him inside the Corrections Because of incorrect information provided to the Kokomo wrong date for an upcoming Dabbles program at the Kokomo Howard County Public Library was published in Thursday s That program will be conducted 5 BUNKER Because of a Kokomo Tribune error the family crusade by Kids Connection at Bunker Hill United Methodist Church listed the wrong The correct dates are Tuesday through the program is presented by Myron and Julie Stump and their daugh ter from Union Because of a Kokomo Tribune a quote was wrong in a Friday story about Esther Shrock retiring from the Howard County Clerks Shrock said she hoped to keep her health during her She also decided to leave a former position at Delco to start her family and joined the clerks office staff in Winning ugly INDIANAPOLIS An Indianapolis Colts or was it a ghoul disguised as a Colts watches the Celts pound their way to a 2825 victory at the RCA Dome here on For more on the Colts return to the win see Page B1 in todays Tribune photo by Stephen Shaner Ellert named activities director A Kokomo native has been appointed direc tor of student activities at The Culver Kokomo High School graduate Susan Ellert will be responsible for organizing and schedul ing campus social activi providing offcampus cultural and social offering guid ance to spon sor groups and leadership training to students in activity She is the daughter of and Virginia Severns of Culver Military Academy and Culver Girls Academy offer a col lege preparatory curriculum for grades nine through Bureau closes for election The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles Kokomo license branch will be closed 8 for election day and 1113 for Veterans the Kokomo and Tipton license branches will be closed 18 for employee train ing Ellert Police blotter Dino helps in drug search An earlymorning investigation at a Kokomo motelnetted a drug arrest Keenan was charged with Class A misde meanor possession of marijuana in connection with the Police were called to Comfort Inn of 522 Essex at today and were told of possible drug activity taking place Using drug detection dog officers established enough proba ble cause to request search war Approximately in cash was although further details were not given because of an ongoing Sunday fire damages building Kokomo firefighters battled a blaze in a vacant apartment Sunday The in a twostory building at 215 Taylor was contained in 40 according to a fire department Firefighters arrived to find the rear of the its south heavily involved in The blaze was brought under control within 40 but investigators were called to the The report said no cause or damage estimate is and multiple forms of material were ignited and smoking in the inci It is also unclear where the fire but smoke and fire damage extended beyond the buildings The woodframe building is owned by Connie FetteKhoff of Women charged with theft Kokomo police said two Kokomo women were arrested Saturday after allegedly taking as much merchandise as they could carry from a local Heather and Kathy both of 1002 Markland were each charged with Class D felony theft following the Assistant Kokomo Police Chief Charles Hackett said the women took about worth of clothing from Penney 1718 Police were called to the store at The women allegedly took the waited at the stores east doors for several minutes and fled in a 1981 Chevrolet that was waiting for The suspects were later found in the 1000 block of East Markland Avenue and Victim upgraded to serious The condition of a Clinton woman who was struck by a vehicle on 31 near here Friday night had been upgraded to serious at an Indianapolis hospital But Tipton County Sheriff Department officials were still unsure what caused her to cross the highway on foot or why she was walking there at said Officer Sue Ann Clinton remained at Methodist Hospital this She sustained a fractured left broken left leg that had to be broken left arm and abrasions to her left side in the Just before she ran across 31 in front of a car which struck Two other cars collided as a result of according to a sheriff department news Three other people sustained minor injuries in the burglaries 4 Howard County sheriff deputies arrested Herbert Royal at Howard County Criminal Justice on a felony warrant for two counts of dealing in a con trolled 7 Southside Feed 901 Markland snow plow and hydraulic pump taken from parking lot of loss set at James Long 617 Apperson Way boys bicycle taken from west side of Markland loss set at James 1124 Taylor 1988 Oldsmobile 98 taken from front of value Gail 4508 Road 200 South Lot miscellaneous womans green leather com pact disc 14 compact discs and fivetosix cassettes taken from vehicle at total loss Fire runs 1904 TamO Shanter oil spill in drive way and street 700 block of East Monroe car fire 1110 Dixon trash fire 1214 Havens trash fire 700 McCann trash fire 2904 Albright trash fire 414 Mulberry brush out on arrival Try Tribune Want Ads Call us If you have any questions about production or your the Kokomo Tribune wants to Just toll free in stale 800 and ask for the appropriate News Entertainment Local 253 or Opinion Photo world Tipton County 293 or 675 4903 Miami County After 7 Friday and 5 Sat the Tribune newsroom can be reached by dialing 4572211 or 457 The Tribunes FAX number is Advertising For retail dial 459 3121 from 8 am to 5 Monday through For classified adver dial 4563811 from 8 to S Monday through Friday and from 8 to noon or dial toll free in stale 800 Corrections If you see something wrong in the Kokomo dial 4593121 and ask for the appropriate news or adver tising extension Customer service To subscribe to the Kokomo Trib dial 4563821 or dial toll free in state 800 from 8 am to 5 Monday through Friday or from 8 to noon on Saturday and Payment can be made directly to the Tribune for three six months or one year sub Payment by the week or by the month can be made to the Rates are carrier home deliv motor route motor 13 motor 26 motor 52 motor Mail subscription rates are the same as motor It must be paid in Sunday only outside of Howard County is Sunday only mail subscriptions Missed paper If you do not receive your newspa call the circulation department at 4563821 or toll free in state 800 before 7 Monday through Friday or before noon Satur day and Educational Services The Kokomo Tribune is proud to be a part of the effort to provide the best 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