Wisconsin State Journal from Madison, Wisconsin on December 23, 2003 · 10
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B2 Tuesday, December 23, 2003 LOCAL Wisconsin State Journal DAILY RECORD BIRTHS ' St. Mary's Hospital December 19, 2003 BLICHARZ, Heather & Jeff, Madison, son December 21, 2003 BECKERDITE, Melissa & PEOERSON, Mike, Madison, son LAVOLD, .Nicole & Matt, Sun Prairie, son RUIZ, Elizabeth & CRUZ, Constantino, Madison, daughter SCHLAGENHAFT, Anna & Chris, Middleton, son VANG, Khou & Eightti, Wauna-kee, daughter December 22, 2003 AIDE, Joette & HENDERSON, Quienterrio, Deerfield, daughter . EWERS-HAYES, (Crista & Brian, Cottage Grove, son FOLLENDORF, Crystal & Todd, Waunakee, daughter MEYER, Jessica & Aaron, Madison, daughter SEIFERT, Mary & Terrance, Marshall, daughter WENDLER, Karen & Steve, Madison, daughter Meriter Hospital December 19,2003 REUTER, Stacey & Jeff, Middle-ton, daughter December 21, 2003 DEATON, Jennifer & JESTER, Peter, Madison, son December 22, 2003 BENISCH, Brenda & Tony, Mor-risonville, son BLOOMER, Margaret & James II, Madison, daughter SCHELL, Christina & Nicholas, Sauk City, daughter DEATHS Madison BUENZLI, Margaret D. (Dun-worth), 89, Saturday. FOX, Ruth Mueller, 102, at Hebron Oaks, Oakwood Village West, Sunday GINDER, Ronald E., 57, at Oak-wood Village, Sunday JOY Harriet, 53, Saturday. KNUTSON, Hyacinth M 92, Sunday LANE, Myrtle, 78, at Don and Marilyn Anderson HospiceCare Center, Saturday MILLER, Joseph Oliver IV, 29, Friday O'FLAHRITY, Michel John, 47, at the Veterans Hospital, Sunday WEITZ, Gretchen Robertson, 86, Friday Area Cobb -HOLMES, Ronald L, 56, at home, Monday Columbus KASCHUB, George M., 73, at St. Mary's Hospital in Madison, Sunday Friendship SIMPSON, Max Allen, 66, at Adams County Memorial Hospital, Sunday Kenosha TIMME, Henry L. "Hank," 82, Sunday McFarland DAVIS, Anne L, 71, at home, Sunday MiddletonWaunakee CHASE, William P. 96, Sunday Potosi DEAN, Darlene A., 70, at home, Sunday StoughtonWaupaca LANE, Hugh G., 77, at Skaalen Home in Stoughton, Sunday Viroqua VIG, Dr. Edward N., 82, at Bethel Home, Saturday ObituariesB4-B5 TODAY'S FUNERALS BAKKEN, Donald, 7 p.m., Calvary Gospel Church, 5301 Commercial Ave. HENDRICK, Esther, 1:30 p.m., Resurrection Chapel-Oakwood Village, 6201 Mineral Point Road JACOBSON, Elmer, 11 a.m., First Lutheran Church, 310 E. Washington, Stoughton JOY, Harriet, noon, Informed Choice Funeral & Cremation Alternatives, 5801 Highway 51, McFarland MURPHY, Judi, 1:30 p.m., Gunderson West Funeral Home, 7435 University Ave., Middleton PADRUTT, Lorraine, 11 a.m., Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church, 401 S. Owen Drive STAUFFER, Ruth, 11 a.m., First Presbyterian Church, Highway Q, Waunakee WIGDAL, Gladys, 11 a.m., Rose-lawn Memorial Park Chapel, 401 Femrite Drive, Monona YOUNG, Denia, 3 p.m., Cress Funeral Home, 6021 University Ave. 767-3447 Earrii Priest Continued from Page B1 able to recognize Vosen's innocence and return him to the parish before now. "We miss Father Vosen, we love him very much," she said. "We want him back." In a letter to parishioners, presiding Bishop Robert C. Morlino said there are still unspecified questions separate from the original abuse allega POLICE REPORT Kidnapping REEDSBURG Three men accused of kidnapping two people and firing a shotgun in an attempt to intimidate are jailed on $5,000 cash bonds and face penalties of up to 115 years in prison. Lone Rock residents Sean T. Williams, 25, and Damion J. Denman, 27, and Nicholas J. Wells, 24, of Arena, appeared in Sauk County Circuit Court Monday. According to Reedsburg police, the three participated in the abduction of two city residents early Thursday. When a Reedsburg officer tried to pull them over about 2:30 a.m., they led police on a car chase with speeds at times exceeding 100 mph. . Police said Williams held and fired the shotgun during the incident. The men were allegedly trying to intimidate the female victim into taking them to the home of the male abductee. All Mother may get neglect charges RICHLAND CENTER Richland County's district attorney said Monday he might add child neglect to the charges against a woman accused of letting her newborn baby die and hiding the body in a storage tub. District Attorney Andrew Sharp told a judge during a court hearing he hasn't de cided whether he should replace a reckless homicide charge against Kristin Scott with a count of child neglect causing death or add the new count to the charges. Circuit Judge Edward Leine-weber gave the attorneys for both sides until Jan. 5 to file motions on the matter. Sharp has charged Scott with first-degree reckless homicide, hiding a corpse and concealing the death of a child. Scott, 23, faces up to 75 years in prison. She has pleaded innocent by reason of mental disease. State Journal wire services Filings Continued from Page B1 he stood in front of the defendant's podium, his back to Meurer, until a bailiff pulled him around to the other side of the podium. Gould then stared blankly at Meurer and did not utter a word as bail was set. Meurer also ruled that, with his silence, Gould had refused the representation of a lawyer from the state Public Defender's Office. David Wynn-Miller, a Milwaukee man and self-proclaimed "King of Hawaii" who created the legal system of the Unity-States of Our World, attempted to serve a paper on Gould's behalf but was rebuffed by Meurer. The legal system, also called "The Truth," is a bizarre amalgamation of the English language, strictly interpreted by punctuation and syntax, with hints of maritime law. iiB Iistif is Over 300,000 businesses and consumers will get the 2004 Book of Business through the Wisconsin State Journal. Will you stand out? Eye-catching ads enhance the effectiveness of the guide's informational resources and enable you to find your customers before your competitors do. To advertise, call Stacey Stanek at 252-6253 mm tion to be resolved in Vosen's case. "Furthermore, it would be wrong to presume that there are no other issues of inappropriate behavior, apart from sexual misconduct, to which the Bishop and Father Vosen must respond," Morlino wrote. "The matter is quite complex, and it is still my desire for the sake of Father Vosen's good name . . . to reveal as little detail as possible while unanswered questions . remain." The bishop appealed to pa suspects appear in court three men face two counts of kidnapping. Williams also faces two counts of recklessly endangering safety. Cause of death in Beloit case still unknown Beloit authorities on Monday were trying to determine what caused the death of a 65-year-old man whose body was recovered from the Rock River. The identity of the victim, who was found in the water Sunday near the Portland Avenue bridge, was still being withheld pending notification of relatives. Capt. Bill Tyler said the man State of Wisconsin Legal Notices Reasonable accommodation, including the provision of informational material in an alternative format, will be provided for qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. General Notices BEFORE THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES BUREAU OF AIR MANAGEMENT Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Air Pollution Control Permit to Construct an Air Contaminant Source in the City of Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin. Air Pollution Control Permit Number 03-JAR-129 Covance, Inc. has submitted to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR an air pollution control permit application, including plans and specifications, for the construction and operation of a new parking structure at 3301 Kinsman Boulevard, Madison, Wisconsin. The proposal calls for the construction pf an additional 125 space capacity structure to be built in the western portion of the campus. An air pollution control permit is required pursuant to Chapter NR 41 1, Wisconsin Administrative Code, as the parking area wilt have a capacity over 999 vehicles. The Bureau of Air Management of the WDNR has analyzed information submitted by MSA Professional Services, Inc., consultant to Covance, Inc., for the construe-, tion of the parking structure. The Bureau of Air Management has preliminarily determined that the project will meet applicable criteria for permit approval as stated in section 285.63, Wisconsin Statutes, including the ambient air quality standards for carbon monoxide, and should, therefore, be approved. The DNR has prepared an environmental assessment for this project, pursuant to Chapter NR 150, Wis. Admin. Code, which identifies the anticipated impacts of the project. DNR has made a preliminary determination that this proposed project will not have an adverse effect on the environment and an Environmental Impact Statement will not be required. Information, including the applicants plans and air quality analysis and the DNR's preliminary analysis and environmental assessment regarding this proposal, is available for public inspection at the Bureau of Air Management, Department of Natural Resources on the seventh floor of the GEF 2 Building, 101 S. Webster Street, Madison, Wisconsin. Written comments will be accepted from the public regarding the construction of the proposed parking structure. The comments will be considered in the WDNR final decision regarding this project. Interested persons wishing to comment on the preliminary determination andor environmental assessment should submit written comments within 30 days of publication of this notice to: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Air Management, P. 0. Box 7921, Madison, Wl 53707. Attention Mr. Mike Friedlander. Individuals may request a public hearing If the project is of significant concern to them. The request for hearing should indicate the interest of the party filing the request and reasons why a hearing is warranted. The WDNR may then hold a public hearing if it determines that there is a significant public interest. Dated at Madison, Wisconsin this 17th day of October, 2003. STATE OF WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES For the Secretary by Larry Bruss, Chief, Regional Pollutant and Mobile Sources Section, Bureau of Air Management 040 790 (WSJ983944) THE STATE OF WISCONSIN OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE I, DOUGLAS LA FOLLETTE, Secretary of State of the State of Wisconsin, do hereby certify that pursuant to ss 14.38(10)(c) of the Wisconsin Statutes, notice is hereby given of certain specifics of the following Wisconsin Acts, each of which has as its date of publication: DECEMBER 23, 2003 The full text of each of the Acts listed below can be obtained at the Legislative Document Room, 17 W Main Street, Madison. 2003 WISCONSIN ACT 100 IN WITNESS HEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal in the City of Madison, on this day: (seal) DECEMBER 10, 2003 s DOUGLAS LA FOLLETTE Secretary of State 2003 Wisconsin Act 100 (2003 Assembly Bill 592): relating to: supplemental Medical Assistance payments to county, city, . town, or village nursing homes. (WSJ982382) I Who are they? I (EC 3 f I 2003 BOOK OF rishioners to cease putting pressure on him and the board responsible for investigating allegations of abuse. As the church bell tolled over the march, parish members expressed a belief in Vosen's goodness and that he should be returned to work among them. One of the parish staff, Sister Noel LeClaire, said the letter does not change her determination that Vosen should be back among his flock, preferably before Christmas. Church member Mary Bow- either jumped, fell or was pushed into the river. Substantial injuries were found on the body, he said. In another Beloit case, an autopsy indicated the death of a 56-year-old man whose body was found Friday in a motel room was due to severe blunt force trauma, police said Monday. Tyler said the department was still working on theories as to why and how Anthony R. Kundert of Beloit sustained the injuries, but are treating it as a homicide. State Journal wire services BidsProposals Each section includes a oricf description of the item or service, the Request for Bid (RFB) or Request for Proposal (RFP) number, the dale and lime due, the agency issuing the bidproposal and name and telephone to contact for a copy of the bidproposal andor additional information. Construction bids, if any. follow this section, Item: Compression Testing of Concrete Cylinders OSB: 256941 Due: 010604 Time: 2:00 PM Agency: Wl Dept of Transportation, Madison Telephone: (608) 267-4468 Fax: 608 267-3609 (WSJ983521) ITEM: Dry Cereal Products for Wisconsin Department of Corrections RFB: CK-673 Due: January 28, 2004 at 2:00PM. Agency: Department of Corrections Tel: Charlene Koppa (608) 240-5583 WSJ984006) Item: Frozen Foods RFB: LGR 04-5001-R1 Tel: 608-262-6121 Due: 011404 2:00 pm CST (bidsbussvc.wisc.edu) Agency: UW-Madison Purch. Svcs IWSJ 984001 Medical Services (Physician, etc.) Request for Bid : 121103-EAS Contact: Jeanne Martin, Purchasing Agent Location: Ethan Allen School, Wales, Wl 53183-0900 Telephone: (262) 646-3341, Ext, 213 (WSJ980595) Miscellaneous Items for Resale In a Canteen Operation Request for Bid : 121203-EAS Contact: Jeanne Martin, Purchasing Agent Location: Ethan Allen School, Wales, Wl 53183-0900 Telephone: (262) 646-3341, Ext. 213 (WSJ980594) High Pressure Plastic Laminate for Wood Furniture Operation Bid No. BSI-69 (03) Available 12052003 Due 01072004 1:30 PM Contact Bob Eitbes at 608-240-5206 Fax 608-240-3875 Email: robert.eilbesdoc state. wi. us (WSJ978661) STATE OF WISCONSIN Notice of Public Meeting Wisconsin Rehabilitation Council WRC Quarterly Meeting Thursday, January 22, 2004 9:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m. Best Western - InnTowner Madison, Wl The Council will discuss issues related to the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation including service provision, consumer satisfaction and other vocational issues facing people with disabilities. 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