Wausau Daily Herald from Wausau, Wisconsin on May 27, 1994 · 4
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4A Friday, May 27, 1994 Local & State Wausau Daily Herald Memorial Day senices honor area veterans I Several parades and services will be held this weekend in honor of lemorial Day. Schedules are: Saturday - Wausau " A parade, beginning at 10:45 a.m. Saturday, will kick off the Wausau Veterans Committee Memorial Day activities. I It will begin at the VFW clubhouse bn River Drive, travel north to First Street, south on First Street to Forest Street, East on Forest Street and stop at the Marathon County Courthouse. A service is scheduled for 11 a.m. at the courthouse monument. Capt. Gwen Gajewski will speak, and the chaplain is the Rev. Joseph Sheldon, Athens Assembly of God Church. John Courtion, County Veterans Service officer, will emcee the event, which honors veterans of the Spanish American, World War I, World War II, Korean, Vietnam, Grenada, Beirut, Persian Gulf, as well as peacetime and Allied veterans. The parade will then go north on Sixth Street to Scott Street, west on Scott to the Navy Memorial at Washington Street Bridge, where a service will be held at 11:30 a.m. The route then returns to the VFW clubhouse, where a flag-raising ceremony will be held at noon. Parade participants will assemble at 10 a.m. at the VFW Club. Those participating in the activities include World War I Auxiliary Gold Star Mothers; World War Mothers; Purple Heart Auxiliary; VFW Auxiliary; American Legion Auxiliary; DAV Auxiliary; Jessie Jo Mueller, Poppy Princess VFW Burns Post 388; "Heather Witter, American Legion Post 10; U.S. armed forces and Coast Guard; American Legion Post 492; VFW Post 8895; Battle of the Bulge veterans and Vietnam Veterans Chapter 579 and associates. The Wausau East, West and D.C. Everest high school bands will also participate. Ceremonies: Firing squads, Memorial Day weekend. Wausau Daily Herald Hie photo salutes and flags will be in order this Man who confessed to be charged in slaying STEVENS POINT (AP) A prosecutor says she is preparing to charge a man who has told authorities he shot a man found dead on a Waupaca County potato farm May 19. Sheriffs in two counties have said the 34-year-old man, taken into custody in an unrelated case, confessed to killing Tod W. Anderson, 40, last fall. No murder charges had been filed as of Thursday. Portage County District Attorney Susan Lynch said she would charge the man with hiding a corpse to conceal a crime. An initial court appearance was expected Tuesday. Circuit Judge John Finn ordered the man held on a $5,000 cash bond pending charges. Investigators have said they believe Anderson was killed in Shawano County, his body was taken to Portage County for a few hours and then it was dumped in an irrigation pond in Waupaca County, where a farm worker discovered it. The man confessed to the killing because "it's something he wanted to get off his chest," Portage County Sheriff Ron Borski said Thursday. Borski said he was satisfied the suspect acted alone in Anderson's death. Court records showed Anderson and the man in custody both formerly lived in a Salvation Army homeless shelter in Stevens Point The suspect, who moved to Cud-ahy in December after living in Stevens Point for two years, was jailed earlier this week on warrants accusing him of writing bad checks. Records in Portage County also showed the man who admitted the shooting had restraining orders issued against him in 1993 by a landlord who evicted him and a former girlfriend. He also had been arrested in 1992 for transporting an uncased weapon in a motor vehicle and for driving while intoxicated, the documents showed. 'Unsolved Mysteries' segment gives hope to missing man's wife CLINTONVILLE (AP) Nationwide publicity on NBC's "Unsolved Mysteries" has provided a number of new leads in the case of a missing Clintonville businessman who disappeared nine months ago. "This is the key to finding Craig," Christine Reinhard said. Her husband, fish farmer Craig Williamson, was last seen Aug. 30 while on a business trip to Colorado Springs, Colo. His credit cards were found in El Paso, Texas, and his rental car in Juarez, Mexico. Police suspected foul play and initiated a possible homicide investigation. Few leads have been reported. Convinced her husband was alive but suffering from amnesia, Reinhard initiated her own manhunt, focusing on the Pacific Northwest, where her husband was raised. An 11-minute segment on his disappearance aired Wednesday on "Unsolved Mysteries." "I really believe that the leads we get subsequent to the show being on last night are the leads that are going to be important." Christine Reinhard On Thursday afternoon, Reinhard said the broadcast prompted several calls from people who said they may have seen Williamson. She said she was sending copies of his picture to some callers. "I really believe that the leads we get subsequent to the show being on last night are the leads that are going to be important," she said. Monday Athens The Athens American Legion and the Athens VFW will hold services at 10 a.m. at the Athens Community Hall. The keynote speaker will be Father Steve Gross of St. Anthony Church, and the Badger State Boy. and Girl, Tom Ellenbecker Jr. and Amy Krummen, also will speak. The program will include music by the "Old Timers Band" and the Athens High School Band. Trinity and St. Anthony church choir members also will sing. Participants will march to the Athens Cemetery, fire a volley and return to the village square to raise the flag to full staff. A potluck community picnic will be held at the community hall following the ceremonies. Veterans will also go to area cemeteries to put flags at veterans graves, beginning at 8 a.m. Edgar The Edgar American Legion Post 393 and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10187 Memorial Day services are: 8:30 a.m., Holy Family Church cemetery, Poniatowski; 9 a.m., St. John's Lutheran Church cemetery, town of Wien; 9:15 a.m., St. John's, Highway N; 9:30 a.m., Joint Township, Highway N; and 9:45 a.m., town of Fen wood. A parade will begin at 11 a.m. at Edgar High School and will travel to Scotch Creek, where there will be services. It will then to the cemetery south of Edgar. The Edgar Boy, Girl and Cub Scouts, as well as the Edgar High School Marching Band, will join the veterans' groups in the parade. Hamburg The Mar-Lin VFW Post 10203, Hamburg, will hold the following ceremonies: 9 a.m., Salem Cemetery, town of Hamburg; 9:10 a.m., St. Paul's Cemetery, town of Hamburg; 9:20 a.m., St John's Cemetery, town of Hamburg; 9:30 a.m., Fromm's Cemetery, town of Hamburg; 9:45 a.m., St. Peter's, town of Hamburg; 10 a.m., Berlin Friedenshiem Cemetery, town of Berlin; 10:10 a.m., Rib View Cemetery, town of Stettin; 10:20 a.m., Big Hill Cemetery, town of Berlin; 10:35 a.m., Taegeville Cemetery, town of Maine; 10:50 a.m., Maple Grove Cemetery, town of Maine; 11 a.m., Naugart Cemetery, town of Berlin; 11:15 a.m., Trinity Cemetery, town of Berlin; 11:30 a.m., Immanuel Cemetery, town of Corning in Lincoln County; 11:45 a.m, St Paul's Cemetery, town of Corning in Lincoln County. King The State of Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs will hold its P- ' 1111 ' " "' 1 " i in an i '. i J I) m-Ji .a jiiu.i mi . in .in i. .ii ii. . ii i i ,1. muuimuuii U A)' w , t . . ,1 - , ,1111 111, I.I..I J.,,. , - . ., t Wausau Daily Herald Ilia ntioto Patriotism: Memorial Day is a good reason to bring out the flags, including these along Grand Avenue. 1994 Memorial Day observance on the grounds of the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King. Waterside memorial services will begin at 9:30 a.m. at the Marden Memorial Center on Rainbow Lake; a parade will follow this service, starting at the Marden Center and ending at the Wisconsin Veterans Cemetery, where a service also will be held. Marathon The Alois Dreikosen American Legion Post 469 program will begin at 11 a.m. at Marathon Cemeteries. James Oelke, post commander, will be in charge of the ceremonies. The Marathon Legion Post will place flags on 170 veterans graves buried in the 12 area cemeteries, which will be visited by the honor guard beginning at 7:30 a.m. A short memorial service is conducted at each cemetery. The Rev. Kevin Hoogland, pastor of Faith Lutheran Church, will deliver the address. The Marathon High School Band and St. Mary's Band will participate in the program, as well as Village President Gary Ruplinger, Boy Scouts and the fire department. All Legionnaires and ex-service men and women are encouraged to participate in the program. The marching units will assemble at the corner of Eighth and Market streets at 10:45 a.m. and proceed to the cemetery. Schedule of services: 7:45 a.m., Heil Cemetery, town of Emmett; 8 a.m., Sacred Heart Cemetery, town of Cassel; 8:20 a.m., St. "Together !As One " 'Baccalaureate Service of (Praise andThankgiving to Qod honoring the graduates of: 'D.C.Everest, WausauEast and. Wausau West High Schools. rand Theater May 31, 1994 7:30 p.m. Mr ft m iV4 We will be closed Memorial Day Monday, May 30 Have a safe and Happy Holiday The Bone & Joint Clinic, S.C. 425 PINE RIDGE BLVD. For 24-hour emergency service 842-3202 THOMAS 0. MILLER. M.D. DONALD H. KRANEND0NK, M.D. RICHARD L BUECHEL, M.D. ALEXANDER S. F0LTZ, M.D. RICHARD N. F0LTZ. M.D. WILLIAM E. WESSELS, M.D. II laitfl I III! I ' ajaWli "i i ' '- 14 U4 4 4 4 4 Anthony Retreat Center, Marathon; 8:40 a.m., Trinity Lutheran Cemetery, town of Stettin; 8:55 a.m., Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Town of Stettin; 9:10 a.m., Redetzke Cemetery, town of Stettin; 9:25 a.m., Methodist Cemetery, town of Rib Falls; 9:35 a.m., Hillside Cemetery, town of Rib Falls; 9:45 a.m., St. John's Cemetery, Rib Falls; 10 a.m., Rib River, service for those lost at sea. The parade down Main Street will follow the program, beginning at 11:50 a.m. Merrill Veterans of Foreign Wars Schmitt-Manecke-Donner Post 1638; American Legion Edward Burns Post 46 and Disabled American Veterans Chapter 29 will be installing flag poles and flags for the Avenue of Flags in St. Francis and Merrill Memorial Park Cemetery. The poles and flags will be loaded at the VFW Clubhouse starting at 6 a.m., then transported to the cemeteries and installed. Members are asked to help with the project and should assemble at the clubhouse by 6 a.m. A public Memorial Day service will be conducted at 11 a.m. at Merrill Memorial Park Cemetery. Eugene "Skip" Schulz is master of ceremonies, and the Rev. James Primley is scheduled to be the main speaker. Participants include the Schmitt-Manecke-Donner VFW Post 1638, the Edward Burns American Legion Post 46, the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 29 and their auxiliaries, as well as the VFW Firing Squad, Merrill City Band, Color Guard from Troop 304 and local boy and girl scouts. Participants are asked to assemble at 10:15 a.m. on the road between the National Guard Armory and the Humane Society building, where the units will begin a march to the cemetery at 10:45 a.m. Tomahawk A public Memorial Day service will be conducted in Memorial Park in Tomahawk, beginning at 11 a.m. Veterans of Foreign Wars Wurl-Feind Post 2687; American Legion Bronsted-Searl Post 93, Disabled American Veterans Lincoln County Chapter 29; Sons of the American Legion Squadron 93, their auxiliaries and firing squads will participate along with the Tomahawk High School and local Boy and Girl Scouts. Participants are asked to assemble in Memorial Park at 10:15 a.m. Following the services in Memorial Park, the veterans firing squad will travel to Greenwood Cemetery for graveside services and then to Calvary Cemetery. This year's program is sponsored by the American Legion Bronsted-Searl Post 93. In observance of Day ive are bringing back memoraole prices! All batteries in stock Auto Industrial ' Heavy Duty Watch i Calculator ' Motorcycle Lawn & Garden Marine 1119 Merrill Ave., Wausau Nextto Hardee's QJmDoinniDtiscD l W'i'lAHil'y.WJ.'.H.'.HilM'i'yAV' ZZ3 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT: OWNER: SEALED BIDS: BY: ADA REVISIONS 94 Northcentral Technical College Wausau Campus NOTE: The project has a Limited Construction Time Period with a penalty clausal Northcentral Vocational. Technical and Adult Education District, Wausau, Wl 54401 For ADA Revisions Northcentral Technical College Wausau Campus win be received One o'clock pm, Thursday, June 9, 1 994. Separate lump sum bids w be received for the following Contracts: Contract No. 1 - General Construction Note: Plumbing Work and Electrical Work to be included in Contract No. f. Contract No. I - Signage Note: Combined Bids wil qoJ be accepted. The Instructions to Bidders. Form of Bid. Form of Contract. Forms of Bid Bond, Performance Bond, Performance and Payment bond. Specifications, Plans and other Contract Documents are on file for examination after May 20, 1 994 at the following places: Northcentral Buildings S Grounds: Room No. 603 1 000 Campus Drive, Wausau. Wl 54401 Architect's Office: Heinz Brummet and Associates 2491 University Ave.. Green Bay, Wl 54302 328S i N. Mayfair Road, P.6. Box ox 26589, Milwaukee, Wl 5321 3 811 (fBmwnd5 Road, Room 103, Milwaukee, Wl 53213 Green Bay Builders Exchange 811 PacKanand Drive. P.O. Bo: Burners Exchange of Wausau P.O.Box6190Twaiu,M54402-6190 10707, Green Bay, Wl 54305 Fau Claire - Chippewa Falls Builde Exchange 645 Harlem Slteet. Eau Claire, Wl 54702 Fox 1612 Valley Builders Exchange 2 N. Banara fioa4Appleton,WI 54911-4212 F W. Dodoe Company: Plan Room In Madison. Wl. Micro film win be avauaoie from Scan n Chicago. Contract Documents may be obtained at the BuBcSngs and Grounds Department Room No. 603 at the Northcentral Technical College, 1 000 Campus Drive Wausau, Wl 54401 -1 899, Attn: Mr. Harvey Hysfop, Director of Buildings and Grounds, upon depositing $20.00 for one set of construction documents. Any unsuccessful rjtOder, upon returning such set of construction documents in good condition wil be refunded Ns payment In addmon to the $20.00 deposit, each bidder requesting plans by man shall submit a separate ten ($10.00) dollar check for postage and handling which wi tjQT be returned The Owner reserves the right to waive any ritormalHies or to re any or albioS.rbiocr may withdraw his bid wtthm 60 days after the actual date of the opening thereof. Each bidder must deposit with his bid, a certified check cash, bank draft or bid bond in the amount form and suotect to the conditions provided in the iristructkyis to Bidders. Attention of bidders is called to the requirements as to conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to Oe paid under the Contract Dated this day May 20. 1 994 at Wausau, Wisconsin by authority of the Northcentral Board of Vocational, Technical and Adult Education. Dr. Robert C. Ernst Ph.D. President

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