The Kokomo Tribune from Kokomo, Indiana on March 12, 1974 · Page 8
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8 KOKOMO (Ind.) TRIBUNE Tuesday, Mar. 12, 1974 Seven th Demo files candidacy for area congressional seat McAdoo W. Clouser of Tipton has become the seventh Democratic candidate to file for nomination as United States representative from Indiana's Fifth Congressional District, Known by acquaintances as Mike, Clouser is a former state representative from Howard and Tipton Counties, having served in the 1965 session of the General Assembly. He also is former Democratic chairman of Tip- 'm County. If he should be successful at the May 7 p r i m a r y , Clouser p r o b a b l y would face a past political foe, Eiwood H. Hillis, in November. Hillis, the present congressman who thus far is unopposed on the GOP side, defeated Clouser for re-election as state representative in 1966. Three other candidates for major offices in this area had their declarations on file Tuesday with the offices of the secretary of s t a t e or t h e i r county clerk. They include: Steven R. Johnson, 615 W. Mulberry St., a Republican, for state representative in District 27. R. Richard Pearce of Tipton, a Republican, for prosecuting attorney in Tipton County. Robert E. Oilar, 600S-650W in Howard County, a Democrat, for county councilman from District Four. Johnson, a chemistry laboratory as-, sistant at Indiana University of Ko- komp, previously ran for the same nomination at the 1972 primary, but was defeated. Pearce is a practicing attorney in Tipton. Oilar, a Honey Creek Township farmer, sought the nomination for county commissioner in 1970, but lost at the primary. Five persons also filed for posts on township advisory boards with the Howard County Clerk. Three Democrats making bids as advisers in Center Township are Carroll R, Smith, 1016 S. Wabash Ave.; Robert J. Hanley, 1820 E. Jefferson St.; and Robert E. Hall, 1310 Cadillac Drive, E. Also filing for advisory board are Oliver Joe Greer, Russiaville R. R. 1, a Democrat, in Honey Creek Township; and Jerald S. Buchholz, Kokomo R. R. 6, a Republican, in Taylor Township. The filing period for all candidates, which opened Feb. 21, closes next Monday, March 18. Peru school board oks coach's pact PERU - The Peru Community School Board Monday night approved giving Robert Macy, varsity basketball coach, a new three-year contract. Macy just completed his second year of a three-year contract. The board accepted the resignations of Joseph Saine, assistant junior high school principal, and Mary K e i t h , high school English teacher. Sainc is completing 26 years in the school system and Mrs. Keith, 19 years. The board announced that the high school golf team will have to buy season tickets at the m u n i c i p a l golf course for $20 per team member. The board said it believes the athletic de- partmentshould purchase the tickets for A and B team members and at the end of the school term, the tickets can be turned in for a refund to the school. In other business, the board: - Approved Macy's attendance at the NAIA clinic and tourney, March 11-15 and Shirley Christopher and Irene Clausen's attendance at the National Reading Association's conference at Muncie, April 19 and 20. -Tabled consideration of teachers eligible for tenure. -In a football stadium renovation report, heard that the field has been surveyed. The hoard approved providing baseball storage and press facilities at the new stadium. -Heard that the state building commission requires that windows be bricked-up and the doorway widened before a room in Lincoln School can be used as a library. The cost of the project was estimated at $640. -Tabled discussion of renting 10 acres of school-owned property. The land, the Blair Pike tract, has been rented for farm use in the past. -Heard Supt. George Davis say that the corporation will apply for Title HI funds totalling $3,700. Bicentennial committee head named The Howard County Commissioners appointed Mrs. Sarah Viveiros, 1104 Tomahawk Blvd., to head the Howard County Bicentennial Committee. Mrs. Viveiros w i l l o r g a n i z e and coordinate a committee structure to plan for the county's celebration of the country's 200th birthday, July 4, 1976. Plans for the bicentennial celebration are to be formulated by Jan. 31, 5975. According to Mrs. Viveiros, state and federal matching grants will be available to the county for the celebration. There are some 60 such local bicentennial committees in the state. Irish senator found shot DUBLIN, Ireland AP) -- Irish police said today they found the body of Sen. Billy Fox shot through the head near the house from which he was kid- naped by armed raiders late Monday. Fox was one of the few Protestant members of the republic's legislature. Police said they found Fox's body about 400 yards from the border w i t h Northern Ireland. Federal ruling to save Tipton utility $60,000 ( TIPTON -- The T i p t o n E l e c t r i c Company will save about $60,000 because the Federal Power Commission has postponed the effective date for higher wholesale electric rates, according to Gene Hitz, city utilities manager. Ritz told the Tipton Utility Service Board Monday that the commission delayed i m p l e m e n t i n g t h e h i g h e r rates to allow municipal electric companies, rural electric cooperatives and Public Service Indiana {PSI) to gather evidence for a hearing on PSI's petition for the increase. Last Jan. 8 PSI filed a petition with the commission seeking to increase electric rates to the municipal utilities and rural cooperatives by $5.4 million per year. Ritz said the petition would amount to an increase of 24 to 25 per cent for the Tipton company. Ritz said PSI had planned to bill its wholesale customers at the increased rate beginning May 15. If PSI's requested increase was later denied or reduced, then PSI would have had to refund the difference, Ritz said. If granted in full, the proposed increase would cost Tipton utilities an extra $12,000 per month, or roughly $150,000 per year, Ritz said. Because of the federal commission's ruling, the higher rate will not become effective until Oct. 15. "I'm real happy to see that," Ritz told the utility board. He reported that the commission has scheduled a hearing on the case for July 29 in Washington, D.C. After the meeting, a hearing examiner will investigate the arguments of b o t h sides and eventually the power commission will issue a ruling, he said. Ritz. praised the work of Washington attorneys hired by the municipal and rural electric companies to represent them in the matter and gave them much of the credit for saving the $60,000. "The money we're paying for attorneys is really paying off," he said Monday. In a previous rate dispute \vliich was settled last October, Ritz said attorneys in Washington were p a i d $15,000 to represent the local electric company and helped to get the company a savings of $100,000 in a reduced rate increase. In other business, Ritz asked the utility board to vote to join the Kentucky-Indiana Municipal Power Assoc i a t i o n K i m p a , which has been formed to buy electric power collectively. Ritz said there are now two possible sources of getting cheap, hydroelec- t r i c power from Tiplon customers from power projects at Falmouth, Ky., and Vanceburg, Ky. However the projects are still in early stages and it would take from three to five years before construction could be completed and the power plants in full operation, he said. Electric companies w h i c h j o i n t KIMPA later on will have to pay some of the earlier costs of getting the collective program started, he said. Membership in KIMPA would cost the utility board about $5,000 per year he said. 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