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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - November 11, 1998, Kokomo, Indiana Donating e tale Paged SPORTS Allcounty boys cross country PageBI NATION Stormy weather hits the plains PagtAS SINCE 1850 KOKOMO TRIBUNE VWEATHER OR NOT It was business as usual at the Howard County Courthouse on Tuesday even with large amounts of KT photo by Tim Bath V DELAYED AID Truck for Honduras to arrive Friday file generosity of the people in northern Indiana has delayed the tfttpk collecting relief supplies fof the hurricanedevastated people of Saint Andrew Episcopal 602 Superior which is the site for the local collection announced the truck will arrive instead of as originally In addition to supplies such as camping nonperish able tools and lightweight manpower is needed to load the For call W BUSTED BURGLAR Arrest made in school breakins The Peru Police Department arrested William on charges of bur glary and theft stemming from four breakins at the Peru Junior High in late 1997 and early Roseberry is now in jail in California for unrelated charges and will be brought back to Peru to face these police More will follow for accomplices in this said Denny Peru Police recovered several of the items taken from Peru Junior Several items not yet recov ered include fax machines and other office Much of the property may have been purchased by peo ple unaware that they were Anyone with any information on these items should contact Hahn immediately at the Peru Police 765 ktonlini Visit us on the world wide web at 1998 LEST WE FORGET Veterans Day should be marked by all By CATHARINE SCHAIDLE Tribune staff writer Its unfortunate that only veterans and peo ple who work in federal offices wtfl observe Veterans We need to know the people who served our said retired Air Force Allen Polsgrove The further we get away from a wartime the less people During the Oulf were all kinds of parades and Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so 1940 government More so than Memorial Veterans Day is a day to really honor the men and women of the armed he I think its a day when we look back and honor the veterans to thank the people who said the Vietnam vet People who have never served will never understand just what war is all about or even simply what mil itary life is Its hard for people to com p r e h e n d Polsgrove I was talking to a guy who was in a tank in Korea when it the tank was blown It affected his whole Most of those who appreciate 50 cents Wayne World War II talks about his experiences in the war from his home in Bennetts KT photo by Tim Bath Old soldier recalls C7 County Veterans office located in the to FORGET A2 for for veterans that could better attended and another planned next year lion to the local amount to Bennetts Switch resident was 24 when he was sent to the Battle of the By SCOTT SMITH Tribune staff writer It seems impossible that the gnarled old hands holding the picture belong to the same man who sat astride the Harley Davidson motorcycle all those years But Wayne Fye stills has the same shoulders that he had as a buck private in As Veterans Day the memories of the war years come back and he looks at the old pictures He got the shoulders during the working first at a cement block factory and then for four years hauling milk crates at a But Fye didnt want to end up Related Story Veterans Day Page A7 using his shoulders to haul an infantry so he signed up for the Armys artillery In many Americans still hoped to stay out of the growing conflicts in Europe and but Fye said he knew hed be If you were 24 years old and sin you just knew you was a prime guy for he He made it to Europe in January a newly minted first lieutenant assigned to the 52nd Field Artillery Whenever theyd run into hot they would take a battalion rather than a division it was he As a forward he would scout the front lines to direct artillery The front line is nothing like you see in the with all the guys fighting Up there you dont see anything even a If you do see something Turn to Five were asked VIPWQ p a Kea mey WQUgQt veterans V Vy D respected and treated Heres what they had to I think Im a I think the Vietnam veterans werent really treated but they went out and did what they had to Phillip Mills Ford Most of the time veter ans are treated Sometimes they have to fill out lots of paper work just to get things Lisa Ford Peabody Im a veteran of World He said be has been treated He said he also thinks maybe the Vietnam veterans have some but certainly the World War II veterans dont have any We won that Hod Peabody Cook Sometimes veterans are People dont realize what a veteran students dont hear anything about veterans in Rob Cook Shaffer I dont think I cant explain why I dont think we appreciate fully or understand fully what the men went through fighting for us while we stayed Shaffer Home park nked Its ruling lets the i zoning board accept remonstrators opinions as By JEFF PARROTT Tribune staff writer A year and a half after the case the Indiana Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld the Howard County Board of Zoning Appeals denial of a controversial proposed mobile home KT graphic by Rodney Ogle Northtrail a Fortune Managementled early last year submitted plans to build a 326 unit mobile home park northwest of Turn to City fines businesses for sewer violations One local plant may have illegal sewer By SCOTT SMITH Tribune staff writer It all started with an anonymous but now a local business is facing an fine for allegedly violat ing the citys sewer use Transit Mix 1397 Havens faces the fine for allegedly installing five sewer taps without fr INSIDE TODAY JtfiJL VWEATHER C3 TODAY Windy and cold High 48 LOW 30 AJT Some sun High 52 Complete WUTHiR Aft 069 by rito pv ym takm HUM at H tarn to Hurt pv tmd it ten frfr TOMORROW Local businesses have found some creative ways to help raise money for We Read about it in Thursdays Kokomo ibll ui IJ i Office MUII Tn ti in lu 5 Sui Sun to Noon
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