The Capital Times from Madison, Wisconsin on April 8, 1993 · 7
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The Capital Times from Madison, Wisconsin · 7

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Thursday, April 8, 1993 The Capital Times 7A Folklorist Farwell dies ON THE Jane Farwell, nationally known folklorist and folk dance leader, died Tuesday of complications from cancer. She was 77. She established, as a recreational specialist and a founding leader in the field, folk dancing traditions throughout the United States and Europe. She also served as a seminar instructor to countless others in folklore traditions. In 1966 Farwell returned to the family homestead near Ridgeway in Iowa County and established Folklore Village, utilizing the Wakefield School built on the family farm in 1882 as the center of activities. There, she hosted family and ethnic festivals, school programs, ethnic costume shows and traditional events for both senior citizens and young people. Her efforts in the folklore field won her state, national and international recognition, with activities funded by foundations, corporations and governmenal agencies. Among survivors are a sister, Phillippa Nichols of Waunakee, and a niece, Kristi Nichols of Madison. A memorial service is planned from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 17, at Folklore Village RECORD Births Professor wont dispute suspension A University of Wisconsin-Madison professor accused of padding his expense account has decided not to challenge his two-year suspension. He actually sent a letter to us indicating an apology, Vice Chancellor Melany Newby said Tuesday. Political science professor Patrick Riley was suspended last month for two years without pay for double billing the university for $4,300 in travel expenses. The suspension takes effect at the end of the semester. Riley, 51, was convicted in December of theft by fraud. He had until March 30 to appeal the suspension imposed by interim Chancellor David Ward, but the date passed without a petition, Newby said. Authorities said Riley billed UW for hotel, airfare and book expenses that had already been paid, or were paid by Harvard University, the University of Minnesota, Michigan State University and Princeton University. He also admitting using vouchers to pay his sons hotel expenses on a trip to Rome in 1989. MERITER HOSPITAL CARMODY, Jill and Ed, Bameveld, a son, Apnl 6. GOERES, Jill and Bob, Lodi, a son, April 6. GOMEZ, Janell and Raul, Stoughton, a son, April 6. WADE, Nancy and Kevin, Madison, a daughter, Apnl 6. FERUC, Kimberly and Randy, Madison, a son, Apnl 7. WEBBER, Lisa and Mick, Oregon, a daughter, April 7. ST. MARYS HOSPITAL HACH, Joyce and Lyle, Middleton, a son, Apnl 6. EDMONDSON, Edith, Madison, a son, Apnl 6. SMALLWOOD, Lisa and Bruce, DeFor-est, a daughter, Apnl 7. DEERING, Mary and Rock, Madison, a daughter, Apnl 7. WOUDENBERG, Jan and Andrew, Madison, a son, April 7. HENSEN, Karen and Pat, Sun Prairie, a son, Apnl 7. JENSEN, Cheryl, and MITCHELL, Robert, Madison, a son, April 7. ELFMAN, Joanne and Larry, Madison, a daughter, April 7. PIPES, Laura and Matt, Madison, a son, Apnl 7. ZOROUFY, Tammy and Hussein, Madison, a daughter, Apnl 7. SIMONSON, Susan and Tim, Evansville, a son, April 7. WENDT, Debbie and Tom, Madison, a daughter, April 8. Mother-infant visiting hours are noon to 8 p.m. at St. Marys Hospital. Hours at Meriter Hospital are set by mothers. Fathers, grandparents and siblings may visit any time at both hospitals. MOKROHISKY, Dr. Stephen, Madison, Apnl 6. OTTO, Jacob Quentin August, 3 months, Evansville, Apnl 6. PHELPS, Mabel, 81, Madison, Apnl 7. PICKETT, Floyd C., 89, Beverly Hills, Fla Darlington, April 4 SACHRIPANTI, Raffaele, 28, Kenosha, April 6. SCHMITT, Ursula, 52, McFarland, Apnl 6. SPENCER, Muriel Louise, 67, Oregon, Apnl 5. SWALLOW, Hilda G., 94, Lancaster, April 6. Fire calls The Madison Fire Department responded to fire reports at the following addresses and times between 6:30 a.m. Wednesday and 6:30 a.m. Thursday. Wednesday, April 7: 10.38 am., 333 W. Dayton St., false alarm. 11:06 a.m., 6201 Mineral Point Rd., alarm malfunction, no fire. 1:31 p.m., 522 Glenway St., smoke report investigation, no fire. 2:09 p.m., 210 Martin Luther King Jr. - Blvd., maintenance workers working on system set off alarm, no fire. 7:34 p.m., 2021 Van Hise Ave., electrical problem, no fire. 8:19 p.m., 716 W. Dayton St., false alarm. 9:57 p.m., 2402 Atwood Ave., smoke odor report investigation, no fire. Hilldale Fresh Cod Fillets $539 Fresh Lake Perch Fillets $J39 .... . csssasaFOODS- HILLDALE 726 W. MIDVALE BLVD. Lottery Deaths UW Continued from Page 3A Hoyt acknowledged that Wisconsin is unlikely to stop playing Illinois now, adding that we can do a lot of things short of that. Hoyt said he was unaware of current corrective actions by the Big Ten to satisfy American Indian critics and others. It they New for the Nineties. Call 252-6363 to subscribe. havent, maybe we can be the stimulant. Pressure for change was highlighted here recently when the Illinois basketball team appeared at the Field House with Chief II-liniwek dressed in his usual Indian garb. American Indians, including Hugh Danforth, a member of the UW staff, distributed leaflets encouraging Badger fans to protest the use of the American Indian symbols. ASTROLOGES, PhyUis, 66, Crystal Lake, Ill.Madison, Apnl 6. BARRY, Charlene, 85, MadisonMontello, Apnl 6. BRADLEY, Phyllis E., 75, Fort Atkinson, April 5. CLINE, Charlotte, 95, Platteville, April 5. DUNHAM, Wallace J., Whitewater, April 7. FARWELL HINRICHS, Jane, 77, Waunakee, Apnl 6. KIPP, Dons M., 70, DeForest, April 7. JOHNSON, Robert L., 73, Middleton, Aprils. LaGRILLE, Dorothy J., 74, Madison, April 6. McGOUGH, William F., 50, Sun Prairie, Apnl 6. POWERBALL Winning numbers Wednesday, Apnl 7: 7-19-33-36-43. Powerball: 23. Estimated jackpot: $5.6 million. MEGABUCKS Winning numbers Wednesday: 2-8-24-33-36-39. Estimated jackpot: $3.4 million. SUPERCASH Winning numbers Wednesday: 6-9-14-15-26-35. Maximum prize: $250,000. PICK 3 Winning numbers Wednesday: 8-3-3. Maximum pnze: $500. ILLINOIS LOTTERY Winning numbers Wednesday: Daily Game 9-1-7; Pick Four 3-0-0-7; Little Lotto 2-5-8-15-32; Lotto 7-21-22-31-37-42. Estimated Lotto jackpot: $13 million. CORRECTION An article in The Capital Times Wednesday about County Executive Rick Phelps incorrectly identified Orlando Bell. He is the past president of the Madison NAACP. v Garden Accessory Sale! K Honeysuckle Bird Bath Reg $69.95 Now $59.96 Woodland Bird Bath Reg $49.95 Now $42A6 Father Time Sundial Reg $31 .95 Now $27.16 (stand shown $25.95) Hanging Ceramic Bath Reg $29.95 Now $25.46 Deck Oasis Bird Bath Reg $39.95 Now $33.96 'Your Backyard Birdfeedinq Specialist' IMP M-F 9:00 - 5:30 Sat 9 - 5 Sun 12 - 4 Thurs Eve, til 7:30 New for the Nineties. News for the Nineties. Call 252-6363 to subscribe. ZSEBE5IE Copeom Acfam SUPER GHOULS BASKETBALL G RADIUS 3 POPULOUS 'N GHOSTS 1997 29 2998 r hngm PACMAN Wl MOHOn 1 mjsmm r'L m ,Tr: Sega TOE JAM & EARL fey-if ? (LJ Sega GOLDEN AXE 2 Sega JEWEL MASTER 19?8 29 2958 TO7 II you Imd a lower price in any current toy ad. just bung it to us and we ll gladly match the price Competitor must have advertised item in stock and ad must show specific item and price JANESVILLE On Milton Ave. (Across from Janesvillp Mall) (608) 758-0747 There s a Toys "R" Us Near You! MADISON W. Beltline Hwy. 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