Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Kokomo Tribune Newspaper Archives Apr 5 1986, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - April 5, 1986, Kokomo, Indiana Kokomo 212 2 sections Tribune april 1986 1986 attorney tests wrong system by Kay Bacon Tribune staff writer in an attempt to fix a system he sees As local attorney Dan May has filed a lawsuit seeking damages from a woman on welfare who allegedly wrongly named someone As the father of her May filed the lawsuit in Howard circuit court on behalf of Donald Slaton 1804 Mccann against Donna 1211 Morgan May called the lawsuit a test Case representative of at least four situations in the last two years where he has represented the alleged father in a paternity welfare women Are not allowed to collect any Money unless they name the father of the that so the welfare department can pursue reimbursement for welfare May i like that since its my tax but the problem is some of these women cant remember who they slept so they just put Down anybody there shacking up with the father and there not getting married or lose the welfare and they want to protect the real so they put someone else name he the welfare department pursues the paternity suit on behalf of the May sex the Cost of the defense of those suits Falls totally on the shoulders of the Man May the accused Man must foot the Bill even if the blood test shows Zero Chance for May adding that the Cost of the blood test is to add to that the Cost of an attorney to de fend the May estimating the Cost at the Man has no where to go for the woman gets a free free lets make the woman pay for he adding that the woman should be made financially responsible if the Man turns out not to be the to Correct the May suggests that the woman not be asked simply to fill in a Blank when listing the she should testify under under penalty of or take a lie Detector he maybe if it costs her some Shell be More careful about naming the he Slaton lawsuit against Sanders asks for a punitive damage judgment because it claims Sand ers committed perjury by naming Slaton As the the lawsuit claims the paternity action was wrongful and calculated to Embarrass Andor injure the lawsuit states Slaton showed Zero Chance for paternity charged in the original suit filed March which was the punitive damages asked for in the lawsuit Are sought also to deter others from bringing false accusations of Slaton was granted pauper status in the lawsuit and the nor Mal filing fee was claims made in filing a lawsuit give Only one Side of the Case and May be contested in later court judge sets april 9 hearing for Ryan Clinton circuit judge Jack Oneill Friday scheduled a 1 april 9 hearing in the Ryan White aids a hearing on a temporary in Junction that bans White from school had been scheduled for april but Whites Charles re Quested the change of venue March White has been barred from at tending classes at Western Middle school in Kokomo since when a group of Western parents were successful in obtaining a temporary injunction against White attending the ruling was made by judge Alan Brubaker in Howard circuit following the request for a change of Clinton circuit court was selected March but the Case was not technically transferred until this i have done everything within my Power to move Vaughn Ive had just unbelievable problems getting this thing transferred out of Howard but now were rolling again in a new court and in looking Forward to court officials countered Vaughns charges of delay by say ing that they had 90 Days to trans Fer the Case to Clinton Vaughn said he believed the hearing would cover two motions he had filed in the one of he is a technical ques the other seeks to dissolve the temporary injunction on grounds that the parents filed their petition too late and that the Issue has already been resolved under guidelines set out by a fed eral judge last a was diagnosed As having acquired immune deficiency syndrome in december he had been barred by school officials from attending classes because they feared his fatal disease could be transferred to other students and last August a Federal ryans attorneys needed to exhaust administrative and state court procedures before the Case could come under Federal Vaughan has filed a motion in District court in Indianapolis to dismiss the circuit court pro he claims the Federal instructions have been fulfilled and the state court has no further jurisdiction in the a state department of Educa Tion panel had determined Ryan posed no health Hazard to he was allowed to return to classes 21 after a Howard county health officer determined he was physically the parents filed for the restraining order that same and Ryan has continued to Monitor classes from his Home via a Telephone Vaughan said if judge Oneill rules in favor of either of his to theres no need for a trial its All the attorney said that if Oneill dissolves the temporary restrain ing Ryan could return to school that same Temple Grandin of the University of Illinois plays with Young pigs and their toys at the Swine research Center in a photo new toy occupies pigs by Robert Lee Zimmer associated press writer a pigs love and Farmers have known that for but new research shows that Bowling balls Are out and hoses Are if youre going to give pigs something to play give them toys they really said tem ple an animal behavioural is at the University of pigs Given their favorite toys seem less Likely to Hurt each other and More Likely to produce Good said she and her associates have conducted research to determine which toys pigs like Best and How Long they play with they found pigs prefer strips of cloth or rubber hoses hanging above their some Chew on the ends like and others Jerk and shake the toys like a dog pulling said f the pigs rejected two by Farmers chains were too heavy Ana Hurt their and balls became coated with manure from rolling around the she when the pigs have toys they they play with them pigs played with the Dangl ing objects about an hour a Day the first then tapered off to a consistent half hour of in tense activity Grandin they had distinct times when they wanted to play with their she it certainly looked like the pigs were enjoying theres a practical value from the toys for the livestock toys occupy the pigs and keep them from engaging in vices like which can Hurt the said putting toys into the pen also helps make the pigs More that makes them easier to handle when farm ers get them ready for Market and when they Are unloaded at the she we know if the pigs get highly they Are to have poor Quality said blast flattens building san Francisco a an explosion rocked a sprawling warehouse near the san Francisco Bay on triggering a Smoky fire and causing millions of dollars in officials at least 14 people were the cause of the explosion at the Bay View Industrial Park was not immediately the which sheltered a variety of Small including a paint photography lab and a carpentry was destroyed by the the roof caved in and All but one Wall leaving a burning Heap of rubble spewing a huge Cloud of Black and White authorities were interviewing people who fled the burning build ing to determine if there was any one still said Deputy fire chief Charles the Blaze was contained at about three hours after it he adding that damage easily would be in the millions of i got knocked on my said a cabinetmaker who escaped with cuts on his i got up real i looked up and saw everything col lapsing on so i started run Ning out the just everything came crashing Edward who operates a woodworking business in the said As he sat on a nearby his face Ann one of got tysmans said she thought everyone in the warehouse had but add you see everything was there was stuff Ronald an emergency room physician at san Francisco general said he treated 12 including two in critical condition with smoke inhalation and severe Blaze destroys trailer a Mobile Home at 31 and Center Road was gutted by fire late Indian Heights fire chief Harold Beckom said the occupant of the Dorothea age was taking a Bath when the fire started about she escaped without the 12by60foot trailer at 309v2 Road 00 East West was valued at Beckom said firefighters do not know the cause of the firefighters were still at the scene at Tribune press Harrison township and Indian Heights Volunteer fire depart ments responded to the along with the Indian Heights am initial reports that two people were inside the burning trailer were firefighters no firefighters were traffic flow along 31 was interrupted during the Kokomo police directed traffic at the scene and blocked the Lane nearest the Mobile the Lane remained blocked for More than an hour As cleanup efforts con tank Spruce up local National guard members will take paint Brush tank is part of the National guards Celebration of its and sprayer in hand april 12 to restore the world 350th local guardsmen said they would War ii tank in Foster according to Mike restore the tank As recognition for its contribution to Park the tank was do United rated to the City 10 to 12 years sprucing up the Tribune photo by de Hubbard morning sports during the Day off Victor Levine decided he was going to prove he was still among the nations Best despite a oneyear and the Kokomo boxing club1 fighter did just that Here Fri Day with a convincing 50 unanimous decision Over Paul Johnson of the marines in the 139pound semifinals at the Amateur boxing Champi Story on Page touch of wit add to your aviary of unwelcome Birds the fast talking local area recent changes by the Gen eral Assembly in the original 1955 transient merchant stat Ute will make it More difficult for transient merchants to do said Grant president of the in Diana retail Council Story on Page medical this classroom lesson is Dif forget about the Deci Mals and the the roman this is a course in How to be a better Story on Page nation a defense department review found major shortcomings in the pentagons surveillance of military Charters and officials on Fri Day announced new measures aimed at assuring safer air travel for servicemen and their Story Page on the president of the nations largest Public employee standing on the spot where Martin Luther King was assassinated 18 years said Friday the Reagan administrations policies go against the ideals of the slain civil rights Story on Page to subscribers in Case of nondelivery of your first Call your if further assistance is Call the circulation of fice at 4563821 Tipton subscribers Call 18003820695 before 6 Index classified local 3 news of 5 science thunderstorms world toes and faces blackened by broken vicious dog fights and painfully slow Progress have not weakened the resolve of a group of adventurers who set out by sled a month ago to reach the North Story on Page weather a 70 percent Chance of thunderstorms today with highs in the Low to mid a 30 percent Chance of thunderstorms Early tonight with lows in the mid partly Cloudy sunday with highs in the Low to mid weather on Kokomo Tribune sell items priced under with a classified and 3 3 Only no commercial ads please solid mahogany drop Leaf 4 chairs Call 000 0000 alter to get your and started Call classified 4563811

Search all Kokomo, Indiana newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for April 5, 1986

Browse
Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.