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1 LOCALAREA The Daily Tribune, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Monday, Aug., 5, 1991 r Weather digest- p-Daily record- in Hospital notes RIVERVIEW HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mary Sculley and baby girl, Betty Clouse, Irene Filkowski, Doris Schoenborn and baby girl, Tamara Tyscer, and Nancy Schmidt, all of Wisconsin Rapids; Loreen Anderson, Nekoosa; Anne Sobek and baby girl, Adams; Lisa Vezina, Wautoma; Karen Schachtschneider and baby girl, Vesper; and Dennis Claflin, Fairchild. Births SON BORN TO: Trisa Schroeder, 3020 Tanglewood Trail, Sunday, Aug. 4, 1991, at Riverview Hospital. DAUGHTERS BORN TO: James and Anne Sobek, Adams, Friday, Aug. 2, 1991, at Riverview Hospital. Randal and Doris Schoenborn, 330 11th Ave. N., Friday, Aug. 2, 1991, at Riverview Hospital. Traffic accidents GRAND RAPIDS At 12:52 p.m. Sunday, Daniel E. Trickle, 18, Vesper, lost control of his vehicle on Airport Avenue, 150 feet west of 40th Street, when the right-front tire blew out, causing him to lose control and the vehicle to enter the ditch and strike a power pole, breaking the pole. Trickle received a head injury and was transported to Riverview Hospital. John A. Koch, 330 13th Ave., a passenger in the vehicle, received an arm injury and also was transported to the hospital. No information was available from the hospital. LINCOLN At 1:15 a.m. Sunday, Karey M. Wein, 16, Marshfield, lost control of the vehicle she was driving when she swerved to avoid a deer on County Trunk B, near County Trunk Y, in the town of Lincoln. She received an internal trunk injury and was transported to St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield, where she was treated and released. WISCONSIN RAPIDS At 2:39 p.m. Friday, vehicles driven by Thomas E. Foti, 25, of 2930 8th St. S., and James W. Schuerman, 50, of 3132 George Road, collided at Chase Street and 21st Avenue. Schuerman received an internal trunk injury but was not transported to the hospital. The Accu-Weather forecast for noon, Tuesday, Aug. 6. . Lines snow high temperatures forth day. COLD WARM STATIONARY HK3H LOW SHOWCRS HAM VHAuoclMMPnuQrwfHcaNm Area forecast Tonight: Fair. Lows in the low to mid-50s. Calm winds. Tuesday: Partly sunny. Highs In the mid-70s. Wisconsin forecast Fair tonight. Lows in the 40s northeast and 50s southwest. Partly to mostly sunny Tuesday. Highs in the 70s. Extended forecast Mostly dry with rather pleasant temperatures Wednesday through Friday. Highs from 75 to 85, but cooler near Lake Michigan. Lows from the 50s to lower 60s. Wis. Rapids almanac Friday, Aug. 2 High: 70; Low: 40 Precip: .55; Month: .55 Heating degree-days: 0; Month: 0 Cooling degree-days: 0; Month: 2.5 Aug. a, 1990 High: 77; Low: 50; Precip: 0 Heating degree-days: 1.5; Month: 4 Cooling degree-days: 0; Month: 0 Records for Aug. 2 High: 99 (1988); Low: 42 (1948) Saturday, Aug. 3 High: 72; Low: 58 Precip: .01. ; Month: .56 Heating degree-days: 0; Month: 0 Cooling degree-days: 0; Month: 2.5 Aug. 3, 1990 High: 80; Low: A3; Precip: .95 Heating degree-days: 0; Month: 4 Cooling degree-days: 6.5; Month: 6.5 Records for Aug. 3 High: 99 (1964); Low: 43 (1950) Sunday, Aug. 4 High: 76; Low: 51 Precip: 0; Month: .56 Heating degree-days: 1.5; Month: 1.5 Cooling degree-days: 0; Month: 2.5 Aug. 4, 1990 High: 80; Low: 60; Precip: .57 Heating degree-days: 0; Month: 4 Cooling degree-days: 5; Month: 11.5 Records for Aug. 4 High: 103 (1947); Low: 40 (1927) Sunset today: 1:19; Sunrise Tues.: 5:51 State temperatures City Milwaukee Madison Green Bay Park Falls La Crosse Eau Claire Wausau Hi 71 75 74 72 77 75 73 Lo 63 53 48 47 55 53 49 Pep U.S. temperatures Temperatures Indicate previous day's high and overnight low to 8 a.m. EDT. HI Lo Pre Otlk 83 61 .28 cdy 80 62 .04 cdy 87 64 .16 Cdy 65 54 .01 cdy 90 67 .01 cdy 93 74 .02 Cdy 87 61 clr 98 71 cdy 91 68 cdy 89 60 .16 cdy 96 72 cdy 82 62 cdy 97 68 cdy 69 64 .05 cdy 95 77 cdy 77 59 cdy 74 61 .99 cdy 86 54 .02 cdy 95 78 cdy 88 60 cdy 95 74 .45 cdy 65 55 cdy 76 62 cdy 87 64 rn 77 58 .01 cdy 97 73 cdy 87 61 rn 72 61 .14 cdy 100 74 cdy 83 59 cdy 75 59 cdy 80 62 .08 cdy HQ 57 rrtv Albany.N.Y. Albuquerque Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Billings Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burlington, Vf. Casper Charleston. C. Charlesron.W.Va. Charlotte.N.C. Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbia.S.C. Columbus.Ohlo Concord.N.H. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton Denver Des Moines Detroit Lotteries SATURDAY Lotto America 2-4-9-17-21-46 Estimated jackpot: $4.3 million Wisconsin SuperCash: 03-05-07-10 20-26 Maximum prize: $250,000 Michigan Daily lottery: 3-9-9 Daily-4: 3-2-7-5 Lotto 47: 10, 21, 30, 32, 38, 40) The Zinger number was: 2-1-2-3-5-1 The Lotto 47 jackpot is worth million. Minnesota Dally 3: 1-4-4 Iowa Iowa Lotto: 12 13 20 29-32 33. $4 Indiana sells winning MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The lone winning ticket for Saturday night's $4.3 million Lotto America jackpot was purchased in Indiana, officials of the multistate game said Sunday. The ticket was sold in South Bend. The prize won't be claimed until today at the earliest, Hoosier Preliminary hearing WIS. RAPIDS - Kevin L. Wilke, 23, of 51 Carson Circle, made an initial appearance in Wood County Circuit Court on Friday in connection with break-ins and thefts at five area restaurants. The court granted him a $7,000 61991 Aeeu-WMIhtr, Inc E3 EZ1 E3 E3 O l T-STOWMS FLURRIES SNOW ICS BUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY TMtdijr, Aitf. 4 Duluth 72 45 clr El Paso 83 64 cdy Evansville 85 68 .02 cdy Fairbanks 59 52 .03 rn Fargo 77 58 cdy Flagstaff 84 46 cdy Grand Rapids 75 51 cdy Great Falls 88 54 cdy Greensboro.N.C. 94 71 cdy Hartford 85 62 .05 cdy Helena 91 55 cdy Honolulu 90 78 clr Houston 96 74 .37 cdy Indianapolis 86 64 m Jackson,Miss. 95 73 cdy Jacksonville 94 74 cdy Juneau 53 47 .84 cdy Kansas City 76 66 .38 cdy Las Vegas 102 72 clr Little Rock 96 76 cdy Los Angeles 76 63 clr Louisville 91 71 cdy Lubbock 96 64 cdy Memphis 98 76 cdy Miami Beach 88 81 rn Midland-Odessa 90 62 cdy Milwaukee 71 63 cdy Mpls-StPaul 77 58 cdy Nashville 94 71 41 cdy New Orleans 94 74 cdy New York City 88 a cdy Norfolk.Va. 96 76 cdy North Platte 75 63 cdy Oklahoma City 98 74 cdy Omaha . , 76 64 .15 cdy Orlando 93 74 cdy Philadelphia , 90 47 clr Phoenix 109 86 clr Pittsburgh 84 57 clr Portland,Maine 61 59 1.50 cdy Portland.Ore. S3 64 cdy Providence 79 63 .42 cdy Raleigh-Durham 94 73 cdy Rapid City 68 55 .10 cdy Reno 87 55 .02 cdy Richmond 93 71 cdy Sacramento 78 56 clr St Louis 80 69 .13 cdy Salt Lake City 90 51 .06 cdy San Antonio 96 71 cdy San Diego 71 44 cdy San Francisco 61 54 cdy SanJuan.P.R. 89 77 cdy Santa Fa m 58 cdy St Ste Marie 69 43 clr Seattle SO 41 cdy Shreveport 97 72 cdy Sioux Falls 73 58 cdy Spokane 94 66 cdy Syracuse 80 61 .04 cdy Tampa St Ptrsbg 91 74 cdy Topeka 78 66 .44 cdy Tucson 102 76 clr Tulsa 100 76 clr Washington,D.C 91 70 cdy Wichita 92 72 cdy Wllkes-Barre 82 62 .05 clr Wilmlngton.Del. 88 63 cdy National Temperature Extremes: High Sunday ... Ill at Bullhead City, Aril. Low Monday ... 39 at Marquette, Mich. Sources Forecast information and national temperatures come from the National Weather Service via the Associated Press. Local temperature and precipitation data from the Wisconsin Rapids Water Works and Lighting Commission. Sunrise and sunset times are specially computed for Wisconsin Rapids' location by the Nautical Almanac Office, U.S. Naval Observatory, Washington, D.C. Estimated lackpot: $400,000 Wildcard: 4 of Clubs Daily Deal: Ace of Hearts, 8 of Clubs, 3 of Diamonds, 6 of Spades. Illinois Daily game: 0-5-3 Pick four: 7-1-2-7 Lotto: 10-32-34-36-45-50 Estimated lotto jackpot: $4 million SUNDAY Wisconsin SuperCash: 02-16-26 32 35 36 Maximum prize: $250,000 Illinois Daily game: 9-1-0 Pick four: 0-6-5-1 Estimated lotto jackpot: $6 million Minnesota Daily 3: 6-4 4 Lotto America ticket Lottery officials said. The jackpot will start at $2 million for Wednesday night's game. A computer check of Wisconsin entries found 16 tickets matched five of Saturday night's six numbers 2, 4, 9, 17, 21 and 46 for $908 each, while 1,031 matched four for $32 each. set for man on burglary, attempted cash bond and set a preliminary hearing for 1:30 p.m. Aug. 12. Wilke is charged with six counts of burglary, as a repeater and party to crime, and one count of attempted burglary, as a repeater and party to the crime. The counts involve theft of money from the Obituaries Minnie D. Gash WIS. RAPIDS - Minnie B. Gash, 88, of 1861 Spencer St., died at 12:59 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, 1991, at Riverview Hospital ' rfiiA tn rnmnlipn. Hons after surg-. ery. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Cath olic Church. The I Rev. Mark Doy le will officiate. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Minnie Gash Mrs. Gash was born Nov. 20, 1902, in the town of Hansen, to Albert and Ernestine Fein. She married Lawrence Gash May 20, 1920, in Janesville. He died March 29, 1981. She was a lifelong resident of central Wisconsin. Survivors include one son, William, of Jacksonville, Fla.; six daughters, Alice Hilgers, Joan Trudell and Jean Stevens, all of Wisconsin Rapids; Lois Kessler, Mountlake Terrace, Wash.; Betty Fricks, Milwaukee, and Kathleen Clark, Sheboygan; one brother, Charles Fein, Darlington; 20 grandchildren; 17 greatgrandchildren; and two great-great granchildren. Friends may call at Higgins Funeral Home from 4-8 p.m. Tuesday and until 10 a.m. Wednesday. A rosary service will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Margaret KHp WIS. RAPIDS - Memorial services for Margaret Kilp, 81, who died July 30, 1991, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Alexander's Catholic Church, Port Edwards. The Rev. Robert Hegenbarth will officiate. The body was cremated. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association. Taylor Funeral Home is in charge of local arrangements. Margaret Slcklnger WIS. RAPIDS - Margaret M. Sickinger, 77, of 273 Boone Circle, died at 8:22 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, 1991, at Riverview Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Kellner Moravian Church. The Rev. James Johnston will officiate. Entombment will be in Forest Hill Mausoleum. Mrs. Sickinger was born March 2, 1914, in Marinette, to Robert and Irene Wendt. She married Claude Sickinger Nov. 27, 1937, in Two Rivers. She moved to Rudolph in 1950 and to Wisconsin Rapids in 1978. She had an interest in music, reading and flowers, and was a member of the Rudolph Moravian Church's Women's Fellowship and the Kellner Moravian Church ' t 1 rlr( Police catch alleged burglar WIS. RAPIDS - Wisconsin Rapids police apprehended an alleged burglar at about 4:40 a.m. Sunday as he was wheeling a safe out of a downtown tavern, said Police Inspector Edward Kreckler. A 28-year-old man was taken into custody and is being held in the Wood County Jail on an anticipated charge of burglary, said Kreckler. An alarm company notified police of an intrusion alarm at Four Stools Short, 180 2nd St. N., at 3:50 a.m., he said. Several officers responded and "found this guy trying to roll the safe out," said Kreckler. He said when the unarmed man spotted the Bearing-caused friction is blamed for fire in wood room at Kraft Division WIS. RAPIDS - A Friday fire in a wood room at the Kraft Division of Consolidated Papers Inc. apparently was caused by friction in connection with a bearing in a piece of equipment, according to Fred Camacho, the mill's assistant safety supervisor. The bearing began to bind, causing the friction and resulting in heat, Camacho said, which, in following restaurants on the following dates: The Vintage House, Highway 13 North, Aug. 9 and Sept. 13, 1990. Foerster's, 2911 8th St. S., Dec. 23, 1990. Royal Hawaiian, 3551 Plover choir. Survivors include her husband; two sons, Michael, of Flagstaff, Ariz., and Leigh, of Springfield, 111.; two daughters, Lynne Hintz, Wisconsin Rapids, and Claudia, of Monticello; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her parents and one daughter. Friends may call at Taylor Funeral Home from 4-8 p.m. today, and at the church from 10-11 a.m. Tuesday. Carl E. Otto FOND DU LAC - Carl E. Otto, 84, of 105 Wa-kawn Ave., formerly of Wisconsin Rapids, died Sunday, Aug. 4, 1991, at Grancare Nursing Center. Otto was employed at the Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune for 46 years. He retired in 1972 as vice president and editor. He was editor of the newspaper for 22 years. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Salem United Methodist Church, Fond du Lac. The Rev. Arthur Arveson will officiate. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery, Wisconsin Rapids. Military rites will be accorded at 3 p.m. Thursday by American Legion Hagerstrom-Rude-Young-Clark Post 9 of Wisconsin Rapids. Otto was born Aug. 17, 1906, in Wisconsin Rapids, to George M. and Lettie Otto. He married Helen Williams in Viroqua. She died in 1962. He married Loretta Mi-chels Sept. 21, 1963, in Fond du Lac. He was a graduate of Lincoln High School, Wisconsin Rapids, and attended Milton College, where he was a member of the Alumni Association. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and became a lieutenant servT ing on an aircraft carrier in the Pacific for 26 months. ' He was the first World War II commander of American Legion Post 9 in Wisconsin Rapids, past grand chef de guerre of Wisconsin 40 et 8 and 40 et 8 Wisconsin Voiture 738, member of Trier Puddy Post 75 of Fond du Lac, charter member of Wisconsin Rapids Lions Club, president and board member of Wisconsin Rapids TB Health Association, charter member of Fond du Lac Sun-risers Kiwanis Club, chairman of Wood County Veterans Service Commission, and served two terms on the Wisconsin Judicial council in Madison. Survivors include his wife; one son, David, of Green Bay; three grandchildren; and one sister, Mary Elizabeth Ryan, Wisconsin Rapids. He was predeceased by one son, one daughter, and two brothers. Friends may call at Mach Funeral Chapel from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday and at the church from 9-10 a.m. Thursday. Memorials may be given to Salem United Methodist Church. officers, he ran back inside the bar and tried to hide. Kreckler said the man gained entry to the tavern by breaking the front window. . The officers went in after the suspect and eventually found him hiding under a table, with cases of beer pulled around him, Kreckler said. He said the suspect has a previous record, including charges of burglary, theft, forgery and probation violations. There are suspicions at this time, Kreckler said, that the man may not have been working alone. turn, caused sawdust to be ignited. Dust particles in the air also were ignited, resulting in what is referred to as a "phase one explosion," he said, explaining it as a quick igniting of the material. Kraft Division operations, disrupted for 12 hours, are "back to normal," said Camacho. "We're back on line again." burglary charges Road, Aug. 28, 1990. Conley's Supper Club, 4320 80th St. S., Dec. 23, 1990. Ebbe's Lake Aire, 6510 Highway 13 S. The attempted burglary charge stems from a Feb. 11, 1991, incident at Conley's. Pa Schneider Helbach co-sponsor hazardous materials response bill MADISON - State Rep. Marlin Schneider, D-Wisconsin Rapids, and state Sen. David Helbach, D-Stevens Point, are among authors of a spill-response bill designed to protect public safety and the environment. "The spill-response bill ... is designed to protect public safety and the environment from hazardous and extremely hazardous substances released during an accident," said Schneider, primary Assembly author of the bill. The bill provides training for response personnel, funding for hazardous-materials-response equipment, and a mechanism to develop regional and county response teams. "We need to be prepared to respond to hazardous releases with adequate equipment and properly trained personnel to ensure the health and safety of the residents near the release," said Helbach. "Wisconsin has reports on more than 1,300 hazardous materials spills or releases per year," said Robert M. Thompson, administrator of the Division of Emergency Government. The DEG and Department of Natural Resources duty officers log spill report calls and activate the immediate responses to these hazardous materials spills or releases. A few Wisconsin and national examples reported recently include: Buffalo County train derailment on July 8, which resulted in 27 cars and two engines overturning, igniting a carload of wood chips and a carload of butter. The contents of the two threatened the Mississippi River and sensitive ecological areas downstream. Central Storage Warehouse "butter fire" on May 3, which burned for several days, dumped a river of melted butter in nearby neighborhoods and sent tons of hot dogs up in smoke, among other materials. Hazardous substances, such as anhydrous ammonia, also were threatened. Koch pipeline leak discovered on June 29, which sent more than 40,000 gallons of fuel oil into the ground near Stevens Point. This was the second major spill in less Wood Co. surplus food WIS. RAPIDS - Surplus-commodity foods will be distributed throughout Wood County on Tuesday. The distribution, coordinated by the North Central Community Action Program inc., will be at the following sites: Auburndale High School, 1:30-3:30 p.m. National Guard Armory, 200 in the act "We suspect someone else may have been involved," he said, "and that is under investigation." BARGAIN MATINEES EVERY SAT. ft SUN. ALL SEATS 3.00 7:00 M0 SAT. ft SUN. MAT. 1 ft 1 fetal (AMlJ V M HEM PO-13 7:05 ft m SAT, ft SUN. MAT. i ft S Return to the BLUE LAGOON STRANDED... EEE 7.-0S ft MS SAT. ft SUN. MAT. 1 ft I DQDY PIMS Where does evil live? tH NIGHTLY 7.40 ONLY SAT. ft SUN. MATINEES 1K ft m NIGHTLY W0 ONLY SCHWARZENEGGER DALMATIANS TERMINATOR 3 JUOGMENT OM ID CLASSIC NIGHTLY MS ONLY SAT. ft SUN. MAT. 1:00 ITS A TRIP. BiLUTeds E2 NIGHTLY l:U ONLY SAT. ft SUN. MAT. 00 Robin Hood ", I PRINCE ' -VI OF gxus journey fcCirt THIEVES KEVIN COSTNER tj 101 than a year on the same pipeline. The new Hazardous Materials Response Bill establishes a comprehensive program that includes regional response teams, grants to . county response teams, liability coverage for response teams and first-responder training. The bill also requires that a study be conducted by the State Emergency Response Board (SERB) to determine the potential for a hazardous-materials release on inland lakes and waterways. Key elements of the program are: The SERB will contract with no less than seven nor more than 11 regional response teams to react to Level A hazardous-materials releases. A release has a Level A ranking when the substance poses a high degree of hazard or potential hazard to the respiratory system and to skin upon contact or absorption. The SERB will provide an annual matching grant up to $10,000 to each county Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) that submits a strategic response plan. The grant money can purchase response equipment suitable for a Level B nazardous-materials incident. Materials are classified as a Level B release if they require equipment that protects the respiratory system, but concentrations of the substance are not considered harmful to the skin. The regional and county response teams will be considered the same as state employees or agents for purposes of ..liability coverage while they are respbn ding to a hazardous-materials "release. " 1 " ' ' - ""j-.j The SERB will allocate $150,000 for hazardous-materials-response training to provide statewide training for firefighters and law-enforcement officials. Half of the allocation will be provided by the Transportation Fund and the other half by the Environmental Repair Fund. The Response Team contracts and grants will be funded through fees assessed to highway motor carriers who transport hazardous materials in and through the state. will be distributed S. Oak St., Marshfield, 12:30-3:30 p.m. United Church of Christ, 205 Market St., Nekoosa, 12:30-3:30 p.m. Area Senior Center, Pittsville, 1:30-3:30 p.m. St. Lawrence Church, 530 10th Ave. N., Wisconsin Rapids, 12:30-3:30 p.m. Distribution will be done on a first-come, first-served basis. The Daily Tribune 220 1st Avenue South, P.O. Box 8090 Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495-8090 (715) 423-7200 Vol. 75 No. 24166 .itlUUIlft . No Paper Carriers are scheduled to deliver prior to 5 :00 p.m., Monday through Friday and 8:30 a.m. on Saturday. If you do not receive your Daily Tribune on time, please call 423-7201 . Circulation lines are open until 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and until Noon on Saturday. Subscription All subscriptions are payable in advance. Monthly by carrier $8 00, on motor routes 19.00. Lower 6-12 month rates available. By Mail Local Out of Area 3 Months 2.95 3 Months ....43S.W Months 452.40 8 Months ....jtLM 1 Year $iw.Ml Year .........$12J.M General The Daily Tribune is published daily, except Sunday and special holidays. Second-class postage paid at Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495-8090. (USPS 688-500) POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the DaUy Tribune, 220 1st Ave. S., P.O. Box 8090, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 544954090. Office Hours: I a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday-Friday; t a.m.-ooon Saturday. News, Advertising, and General.: 423-7200. After-hours news, sports: 423-7204. The advertiser agrees that the publisher shall not be liable for damages arising out of errors tn advertisements beyond the amount paid for space actually occupied by that portion of the advertiae-ment in which the error occurred, whether such error is due to the negligence of the publisher's servants or otherwise, and there shall be no liability for non-insertion of any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertisement. This newspaper will not knowingly accept or publish illegal material of any kind. Advertising which expresses preference based on legally protected personal characteristics is not acceptable. V V

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