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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - January 18, 2006, Kokomo, Indiana                                KOKOMO TRIBUNE A2 2006 4593121 4583815 4563821 Display 8271 From outside Howard ClaillfM 3811 call 4544577 office ere to 5 4548562 Monday through This page designed by Connie Patterson POLICE REPORTS Be on the lookout for potholes in city Joe director of Koko mos Public Maintenance Refuse Department has an nounced the citys Pothole Pa trol is once again taking tips from the public on the location of potholes on city Ewing said the program is aimed at improving the citys infrastructure by quickly identi fying and repairing potholes caused by inclement To report a pothole call the street department at 765 4534030 or send an e mail to Indicate the approximate ad dress of the pothole or the hundred and street name where the pothole is The Pothole Patrol program will continue until about March Publics help needed in finding runaway Kokomo police are hoping for the publics help in finding a 16 yearold girl reported last month as a The Tyanna was last seen at home on 17 and is believed to have left sometime that according to LL Don Tyanna is a black who stands about 5 6 inch es tall and weighs 180 She has black hair and brown She was last seen wearing blue pink and white and a white fleece sweat police Police learned that Tyanna was possibly traveling to Indi anapolis to a family friends however she was not lo cated at that Anyone having information of her whereabouts Is urged to contact LL Don Whitehead at 765 or the Kokomo Police Hotline at 765 HOWARD COUNTY Arrests police arrested Philip 1100 block of East Sycamore at Markland Avenue and Waugh on a charge of driving while police arrested Stacy Eugene In the 100 block of Creekside on a charge of MIAMI COUNTY Arrests 6 deputies arrest ed Jason East block of 00 North Koko to serve 48 hours in 6 deputies arrest ed Andrea block of East Firmin Koko to serve 48 hours in deputies arrested Travis block of Jackson on a warrant charge of failure to appear on charges of theft and possession of KOKOMO TRIBUNE ADVERTISERS The advertiser agrees thai the publisher shall not be liable lor damages arising out of errors in advertisements beyond the amount paid tor space actually occupied by that portion of the advertisement in which the error whether such error is due to the negligence ot Tribune employees or other and there shall be no liability for non insertion of any advertisement beyond Ihe amount paid for such Please send address changes to Kokomo Box 9014 Periodicals class postage paid in Indi USPS Morning editions published Member of Audit Bureau of Circulation Membei of Associated Press The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for publicalkxi of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise created In this paper and also the local news published The Kokomo Tribune Founded 1850 TO DELIVERY II you wish to Stan a Home Delivery or need to report a missed change in or delivery call our Customer Service Department at 765 4563621 or toll Iree 800 before Monday through Friday or before noon on Office hours open at 8 Monday through closed on SUBSCRIPTION RATES Single Copy Rates are Daly Carrier Home Delivery per Monthly prices decrease lor longer term pay Automatic per anomal detenu avalatto by special totan bm and hoHay issues In actfon to normal delivery when deles tal onaMondn Rales include residential and rural deSwrtea Tony Bates TONY TERRY DeWAYNE BATES Tony Terry DeWayne died at St Joseph Born in he was a son of Adwell DeWayne and Barbara Jean Williams He was a 1986 graduate of Kokomo High He enjoyed fishing and lis tening to mu helping people and was good working with his Survivors in clude a daugh Devin Bates of Kokomo his Adwell DeWayne and wife Barbara Bobbie Bates of Koko mo a Tanya and husband Damon Johnson of Kokomo two Ciara and Jenna Johnson of Kokomo his paternal grandmoth Norma BatesKrick and hus band Bob of Kokomo two Marsha BatesRussell and Darlene and husband jerry all of Kokomo his maternal grandpar Dorothy and husband James several uncles and He was preceded in death by his paternal Clarence PeeWee Services are noon Thursday in Ellers Mortuary Main Street 725 Main with the Doug Eldridge Burial will be in Memorial Park Friends may call 2 to 8 today at the Memorials may be directed to Howard Regional En velopes will be available at the MARY BURRESS Mary died at SL Elizabeth Ann Seton She was born in a daughter of Raymond and Louise Colvin On in she married Ira Bur ress and he died She was a She attended Radiant Life Min istry She enjoyed shop ping and spending time with her Survivors include two Kathy and husband Steve and Sharon all of Koko mo four Bill and wife Kathy David and wife Kathy Bur all of Darrell and wife Linda and Monte and wife Tonya Kokomo 13 grandchildren 10 greatgrandchildren two Charles and Jer ry state of Nevada and her beloved In addition to her she was preceded in death by two Richard and Nicky Joe Burress four sisters and three In keeping with Marys she will be Private family services will be held at a later Memorials may be made to Radiant Life Ministry in care of Ellers Mor tuary Main Street 725 Main LOUIS EDWARD HICKS May Louis Edward Koko died in Howard Regional Health Born May in he was a son of the late Charles Ed ward Hicks and the late Lillian Eliza beth He married Joyce OBITUiY NOTICES Louis Hicks Ann Sumner and she preceded him In death In He later married Mary Lou Coleman Reese in 1999 in Koko and she He was a veteran of the serving with the Sea Bees during the Korean He was a welder for Continental Steel Corporation for 20 retiring in He was a member of Masonic Lodge 82 Eastern Star Chapter and was known as Slim Buckaroo in the Single Ac tion Shooting Society and Cowboy Action He was also a member of Grant County Conser vation and a life member of the Disabled American Vet He at tended Faith United Methodist Church and Bethany Wes leyan Surviving with his Mary Lou Hicks of are four Debra Kay and hus band Wayne Mary Elizabeth and husband Bret Jane Ann and Amy Leah Kokomo two Robert Louis and wife Valerie and William Charles and wife Lori South Bend a Tammy and hus band Phil Bunker Hill a Timothy Kokomo Beth Anne Katie Brittney Kyle Jason Sheetz and Breanna Sheetz Brooke and Justin Ryan Sarah Ely and Christopher In addition to his parents and first he was preceded in death by an infant son and one Services are 10 Friday in Ellers Mortuary Webster Street 3400 Webster with the Evan Strong and the Don McDowell Burial will be in Sunset Memory Garden Visitation is 4 to 8 Thursday at the Memo rials may be directed to the Faith United Methodist Church Building 1518 Faith IN 46901 RAYMOND EDWARD MAYNARD II June LOGANSPORT Raymond Ed ward Maynard Glenshire Nursing Home in Richton formerly of 5704 Treaty died at SL James Hospital in Olympia He was born June in a son of Raymond Ed ward I and Betty Jane Huet May On March in he mar ried Donna He graduated from DeAnza High School in El in 1961 and attended the New Hampshire Voch Tech in for sociology and He was a Army veteran of the Vietnam stationed in He worked as a computer and instrument technician for the Kissimmee Utility Authority in He also worked as a maintenance technician for New bury Place Apartments in Alta monte for Winter Park Village Apartments in Winter Hickory Creek Nursing Home and for He was a member of the Frater nal Order of the Eagles and of the Catholic He is survived by his Don na Kokomo five Raymond Maynard III and Rodger both of An QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE Ask Experts I Brian Hayes of Hayes Advisory Group For The Answer To This And Many More Log On To Robert Rush David Daniel and Steven a Kennedy and wife Terri Kokomo two na and husband Robert and Kaza and husband Richard Osceola three sis Victoria and Chris all of California five grand children and eight stepgrandchil Services are 1 Saturday at the EverRest Memorial Park Chapel in Logansport with Chap lain James McConnell Burial will follow in EverRest Memorial Park Cemetery with full military graveside ROBERT RUSH Robert died at St Elizabeth Ann Seton He was born May in a son of Edgar and Elizabeth Merrill He married Lois Wallace Rush in August 1944 in Kokomo and she preceded him in death on March He served with the Army during World War II and retired from Chrysler after 30 years of He was a member of the Eagles Aerie 255 and Isaac Walton He loved fishing and woodworking and was also an avid He is survived by two Judy and husband Roger and and husband Bud grand Reneq and Rob Buttice of Rachelle and Ted Quedhau of West Regina Suit ers and friend Kevin Purvis of Matt Taylor of New Port Brand and Boyce Wyatt of and Zac Taylor of Speedway greatgrand Tera Young of Jon Flick and Teddy both of West Amber Suiters and Morgan both of Austin Taylor and Destiny both of and Izek Morrison of Rockville and two step great Justin and Court ney Buttice of addition to his he was preceded in death by his parents a brother and a sister Services are 1 Thursday at Ellers Mortuary Webster Street 3400 Webster with Pastor Ed Vasicek Bur ial will be in Sunset Memory Gar den Visitation is 11 to time of services Thursday at the Memorials may be made to the American Heart Asso KRISTA DUNCAN Krista died at North Woods Arrangements are pending at Ellers Mortuary Webster Street JOHN JULIAN John died 1030 at Manor Care Health Arrangements are pending at Shirley Stout Funeral Lincoln Road TODAY IN HISTORY i 1778 English navigator Captain James Cook reached the Hawaiian which he dubbed the Sandwich 1788 The first English settlers arrived in Australias Botany Bay to establish a penal 1862 The 10th president of the United John died In at age 1912 English explorer Robert Scott and his expedition reached the South only to discover that Roald Amundsen had beaten them to Budds back in court George the 58year old former Kokomo man con victed in federal court of pos sessing child pornography and threatening a postal was back in court on a local stalking Authorities transferred Budd to the Howard County jail from Lexington Federal ical Correctional where he is being held on his federal for Tuesdays Budd pleaded guilty to a lesser Included charge of stalking as a D He was giv en the max Imum of fhree years in which is to George Budd CARSON HURT PERU Carson Ew Ing died Mon at Dukes Memorial Services are 1 Saturday at FlowersLeedy Funeral 105 Third with the Maurice Reed Burial will be in EverRest Memorial Park of Cass Visitation is 2 to 8 Friday at the funeral IVA FREY TIPTON Iva passed away Services are 3 Thursday at Porter Funeral 726 North with the Carl Roudebush Burial will be in Sunset Memory Garden of Visitation is 1 to time of services at the funeral Memorials may be made to Windfall Christian Online condolences may be made at Elmer services are 10 today at Kaniewski Funeral Home in South Bend Michelle services are today at Sunset Memory Garden Funeral Jere Donald celebra tion of life is 2 today at Wind song Church of Christ Martha graveside services are 3 today at Crown Point LaDonna services are 10 Thursday at Westvtew inNew C6s Dorothy servic es are 10 am Thursday at Bodine Funeral Home in services are Thursday at Luke United Methodist services are 1030 Thursday at Laird Funeral Home in Mary services are 10 am Thursday at Kokomo Zion United Methodist Edwin services are 11 am Thursday at Shirley Stout Fu neral Lincoln Road Tony Terry serv ices are noon Thursday at fillers Mortuary Main Street Shawn services are 1 Thursday at Wayman Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Toshiko graveside serv ices are 1 Thursday at Galve ston Joseph services are 11 am Saturday at West Street Christ ian Church in OBITUARY INFORMATION run concur rent with felon stalking charge1 the federal Budds failing health saved him from serving a long tence in federal charges could have carried up to 20 He was sentenced to five years in federal Police arrested Budd on on federal child pornography charges and a Howard County charge of accusing him of watching and following a Kokomo mail Budd was charged in federal court because the photos of minors engaging in sexual conduct were received through Budd pleaded guilty last year in District to federal child pornography charges as part of a plea He was sentenced to the mandato ry minimum of five years in prison and a lifetime of super vised Before filing charges last Postal Service in state police and Koko mo police searched Budds apartment and reported find ing child pornography and let ters and notes detailing Budds plan to murder and dis member a Kokomo postal As part of his federal Budd is required to register as a sex offender upon his prison release to serve on federal pro bation for the rest of his life and have software added to his computer to monitor his com puter use to complete treat ment for sexual in cluding periodic polygraph ex aminations and is prohibited from being around underage children unless approved by his 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