Kokomo Tribune, December 6, 1994

Kokomo Tribune

December 06, 1994

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Issue date: Tuesday, December 6, 1994

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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - December 6, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana Tuesday I 50 cents Alfred 5312 Road 500 repairs windows on his fogsurrounded barn Monday Tribune photo by Tim Bath Icy roads are sliding our way An icy mix of rain and freezing rain could arrive in Kokomo tonight local weather observer Robert Wise warned Wise said between 69 freezing rain could followed by a mix of sleet and snow after By 67 Wednes day sleet and snow could be Were just south of an area that the National Weather Service is saying could receive 24 inches of Wise That dividing line goes through Peru over to Were right on the edge of that and we will get some kind of frozen Wise Wise said the snow will taper off by Wednesday with temperatures holding in the upper Rain and snow will continue into the he said of the extended TeleCable tuning in rate hikes By STEVE JACKSON Tribune staff writer Watching ESPN and CSPAN will get more expensive in Janu TeleCable of Kokomo has noti fied city officials it plans to hike its rates at the beginning of That means most subscribers will be paying nearly more per month for Rick vice president and general manager of Kokomos only cable television said the rate hike is needed to off set costs from inflation and increased fees charged by cable networks such as USA and Cable providers such as TeleCa ble must pay most networks in order to carry their Subscribers to the basic Her of service which offers broadcast channels and a handful of cable networks such as Comedy Central and CNBC will see their rates rise by 15 cents per month begin ning in from to TeleCables next level of Cable will increase from per month to Since Cable Plus subscribers who receive a full slate of cable with the exception of premium channels such as HBO and Disney must also carry the basic they will see a total increase of 93 cents per monthly About 70 percent of TeleCables Kokomo customers subscribe to Cable Plus Hamilton said the new subscrip tion rates were calculated accord ing to a federal formula which is used by all the nations cable The formula was established in 1993 when the cable industry was The riming of the increase was also determined by the federal rules governing cable Hamilton Some operators have already gone ne Others have Hamilton said Januarys rate increase will be the first TeleCable has had since September TeleCable has reduced it overall prices twice since Congress passed the Cable Act that same While overall rates were reduced in 1993 and not every subscriber saw a smaller Those with services not sub ject to federal such as premium may have actually seen their bills increase over the past two Goodfellows gearing up for big weekend of shopping sponsored by the Kokomo will begin the shopping process Sunday at Penney in the Kokomo Goodfellows Director Jean Lushin said vouchers for between and applicants will be mailed Friday and should appear in mailboxes in time for shopping on If an accepted applicanf not receive a thewAvould wait until at least Tuesday before contacting the Center Township Trustee Lushin Goodfellows recipients may shop all week at begin ning at 6 each The Goodfellows program helps children age infant through 13 by providing new clothing for them at Recipients will receive a voucher for clothing pur chases to be redeemed at the store for clothing gifts for the The application process was conducted through the Salvation Army Christmas Clearing House and is now Lushin Because of the large number of Lushin said it is now impossible to continue to accept latecomers and get the current applicants vouchers out to recipi ents on The current number of appli around represents eligible children for the Goodfellows Some of those about 115 chil will be served by families wishing to adopt a family for Christmas and the Shop with a Cop Lushin By coordinating these programs through the Salvation Army Christmas Clearing Good fellows hopes to avoid duplication of services and get the most bene fit out of each dollar donated to the A letter will accompany each mailed voucher giving the times and rules for Lushin said families will not be allowed to go more than over their voucher amount as Pen ney computers will be pro grammed to ring up the Goodfel lows purchases Any purchases above the voucher amount are subject to Howard County Emergency Management workers will be available at Penney for crowd and to give rides home to Goodfellows recipients who need this The Telephone Pioneers of Joan of Arc Boy Scouts and Kokomo Tribune employees will also be donating their time to help with the shopping A helping hand is greatly appreciated Goodfellows is a charity spon sored by the Kokomo Tribune to help needy children at Youngsters age infant through age 13 receive new clothing at Christ mas provided through corporate sponsor Donations to the charity are used to fund vouchers which are distributed to eligible Howard County This Good fellows shopping will begin Sun Donations to the charity may be mailed to the Kokomo Post Office Box 300 Union Donations may also be brought to the Kokomo Tribune and dropped off at the accounting The Tribune encourages donors to donate in memory of a loved Memorials and donation list ings will appear on Page 1 throughout the holiday Anonymous donations are accept ed and listed as anonymous in the Page 1 In memory of and Retter and and Heflin In loving memory of Ruth Miller Anonymous Anonymous In memory of Jim and Myrtle Kellar and Homer and Mable Morrison Alton and Velma Kellar Mary Jane Rhodes 3East of Doyle Marian College 199193 In memory of my wife son daughter Dorothy and grandson Larry Cecil Burgess In memory of Hazel and Frank and Ruth and Harry Stewart John and Mabel In loving memory of Zachary Andrews Pawpaw and Nana In memory of David Andrew Rozsahegyi In memory of Ethel and Leonard Windmiller Ashley and Josh Pudnos In memory of and Lee Burge and Michael Lee Gre gory Total to date Local students pitch in for a good cause Maisha a student of KokomoCenter Schools alternative carries canned food out of Principal Bill Keaffabers office at McKinley 1217 Carter Monday while other students prepare cans for During 50 students from the school collected more than 500 cans of food for Kokomo Rescue which received the goods Tribune photo by Brian Reynolds Bubblin crude found under castle LONDON AP It only hap pens to the Pressured to reduce their public role and cut Britains royals have been under a dark cloud But now theres a silver lin ing oil has been discovered under Windsor the queens week end Seismic studies indicate a small oil Held feet beneath the 400 yearold castle 20 miles west of the The queen has given Canuk Exploration permission to sink a well in her garden to test It theyre commercially the government will have first dibs on because the cas tle is maintained at public But Buckingham Palace said the castle could with Treasury The Guardian broke the storv said the Berkshire County Council is expected to give formal permission for the test well The Press Association national news agency said experts believe up to billion worth of oil lies under the palace but chances of raising commercially viable amounts may be only one in The news agency said if enough oil was an extraction well will be sunk not on the castle grounds but several miles using lateral drilling even the discovery of oil may be small comfort for the palace after opposition claims that Britain has entirely too much roy Beware Dont hide your gun in the oven FORT AP That wasnt baking powder in Joe Carlisles It was gunpow called police to his Fort Wayne home Sunday night after he heard gunshots hitting his He told police someone was shooting from Thats not what investigating officers They found Carlisle had placed a loaded semi automatic handgun in his oven and forgot it was Later that he turned the oven on with the handgun Once the gun was sufficiently warmed it fired bullets through the oven and into kitchen There was no explanation on why Carlisle left the gun in the No one was Inside todays Kokomo Tribune Local Motorcycle auctioned super lot the to the lowest in a W WWPW raiw Former Haworth High School star Bruce Rose was named to the states Silver Anniversary Basketball team Page Also Inside markets Classified Local 94 CHICUST1IA6 ;

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