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   Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - March 12, 1962, Madison, Wisconsin                                Obituaries Blame Cigarot for Blaze Roy Trainor 67 Dies Sunday in Fire at Home Roy D Trainoi 67 of 2115 Wes Lawn ave a Madison resident A i most of his life died early Sunday KlUC ACCIClCnt of asphyxiation caused by smok from a fire at his home according to Dane County Coroner Jack Kills Rov Jl Stevenson Mr Trainors severely IVI11S burned body was found by fire men on the living room floor of his twostory home According to Trainor alone apparently fell firemen Mr in the asleep house in an overstuffed chair while smoking cigaret The chair was set afire by the cigaret aad flames spreac to the house exterior Mr Trainor was a salesman for the General Paper and Supply Co for 40 years He was a grad uate of Central High School He was a veteran of World War l Surviving are his wife Mar guerite a daughter Mrs Karl Speth Reseda Calif a sister Mrs Ike Brader 554 W Doty st a brother Daniel 552 W Doty st three grandchildren and one greatgrandchild Services will be held Wednesday a m at the Joyce funeral home 540 W Washington avr and at 9 a m in Blessed Sacra ment Catholic Church here Bur ial will be in Resurrection ceme tery Friends may cadi after 2 Tues day at the funeral home where the rosary will be recited at B Tuesday Mrs Vanstane Wife of Doctor Dies Saturday Mrs V R Vanstane 64 of ave wife of Dr the assistant of Lakeview Sanatorium died Saturday in a hospital here Funeral services will be held at 1 pm Tuesday at the Larson fu neral home 2114 N Sherman ave with the Rev Kenneth E Whitney of Bashford Methodist Church officiating Mrs Vanstane who was the former Martha G Currin and her husband lived in Chicagt V R Vanstane medical director At Black Earth Donald Buss 8 son of Mr and Mrs Leland Buss 411 S Dickin son St was fatally shot in a rifle accident at the home of the boyi grandparents Mr and Mrs Me Severson rural Black Earth Sun day afternoon The boy was shot through the chest and died about 15 minutes after he arrived at a Madison hospital Coroner Jack Stevenson said that the shooting was accidental but that he would continue inves Hgation today because he did not know the exact details of t h e shooting The grandfather told Stevenson le had been shooting at some blue jays with a highpowered rifle from an upstairs bedroom at the rural home Sunday afternoon when he had been called down stairs Severson left the rifle which he said was empty on the bed in the room A box of rifle shells was next to the rifle Mr and Mrs Buss and their our children arrived and the children went upstairs to play Apparently Donald was riding lorseback on an older brothers back when the rifle was shot by one of the other boys The bullet Mrs Smith 104 Oldest Rock Co Resident Dies JANESVILLE Mrs Maria Tobin Smith 104 Janesville Rock countys oldest resident died Sunday at her home after a brief illness Mfs Smith was bora in County Limerick Ireland in the hamlet o D o o n near thf River Shannon The former Maria Tobin she came to Rock county i the age of 27 ai was later marri to Patrick Smil who died jn 1900 She was a mem ber of St Wil liams Catholic MrsSmith Church Janesville and th churchs Alter Society Surviving are four daughters Miss Agnes and Miss Gertrude Smith both of Janesville ant Mrs E J Guiney and Mrs J T McCormick both of Austin Minn two grandsons and four greatgrandchildren The body was taken to th Ryan funeral home Janesville Mrs F W Roe ExUW Nursing Teacher Dies Mrs Frederick W Roe 65 of 2015 Van Hise ave a former supervisor instructor and assist ant to the director of the Uni versity of Wisconsin S c h o o 1 of Nursing died Sunday at her Brandel Jefferson wife of Jef lit Donald in the chest and odged there The parents drove to Middleton vith the boy in their car and vere met by aMiddleton police ambulance driven by Patrolman lobert Kirner who drove the wy the rest of the way to the lospital The boys father is a driver for the Madison Bus Co The body was taken to the Gun derson funeral home 5203 Mono na Dr E M Page 72 Barber Dies Edward M Page 72 of 2001 E Dayton St a Madison barber for maucum uvea m Lmcago uayton St a Madison barber for eli ana said friends for 25 years moved to Edgerton over 50 years died Saturday they contribute me m 1953 and came tn a Madison to the Attic Angels Nurs t 1953 and came to Madison years ago She was a mem ber of the Madison BY chapter of the PEO Sisterhood Surviving are her husband one Billy Naples Italy one sisp ter Mrs Lulu Edwards Dawc Mo and one grandchild Friendsrnay call today from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 at the funeral home Burial will be in Rose lawn cemetery Olaf Severson Olaf Ole Severson 61 of McFariand died today in Madi son hospital after a long illness He was the owner of the Elm Grove Motel on Highway 51 The body was taken to the Larson funeral home 2114 N Sherman ave Mrs George Faber Mrs George F Faber 88 of 537 Kedzie st died today at a local hospital A native of the town of Burke she and her husband lived and Page i420 Mound and Mrs Henry Bucher Philadel phia Pa Funeral services will be held at 9 a m Tuesday at St Pat ricks Catholic Church with the Rev Francis Doherty officiating Burial wilt be in Roselawn ceme tery Friends may call today and to night at the funeral home 235 King st where the rosary will be recited at tonight fanned near Sun Prairie until moving to Madison five years ago Mrs Faber was a member of St Bernards Catholic Church Besides her husband she is sur vived by two sons Raymond ftoute 1 DeForest and Alphonse 4421 Hfifcrest dr four daugh ters Sister M Deieola the former Florence Faber Mt Calvary Wis Sister M Litharda the for mer Georgiana Faber Sun Prairie Mrs Angeline Keliher 537 Kedzie st Miss Marie Faber Perkins Mich four grandchil dren and one greatgrandson The body Is at the Joyce funeral home 540 W Washington ave here Reinhold Woelffer LAKE MILLS ReinhoW R five years ago er August 830 W Johnson st 2 of a 2 p m Wednesday at St Johns Ml Lutheran Church Lake Mills Friends may call at the Scbulz Ipital He was a life 1 o n g resident of and a nber of Loca Jl53 Master Bar Union are Mrs Brandel Dies Wife of Jefferson Jurist JEFFERSON Mrs William ferson County Circuit Judge Wil liam Brandel died Sunday in a died Sunday Ft Atkinson hospital She had funeral homeFennimore hnon in In 1 SPRING HREPVCt Other Area Death MONTFORT Miss Matilda UU Thompson 73 formerly Of Mil waukee died Sunday at Dubuque Iowa HannanS o m a n funeral home Montfort FENNIMORE Mrs Frances been in failing health th past SPRING GREENStanley J year She was the former loae died Sunday at Rich1 J rSinot land Cptitpr ri llle Carney Her husband is judge of Jeffer son County Circuit Court Branch The bod is at the Minnhall fu neral home Jefferson Malcolm Clark Dies at Age 48 Malcolm Clark Jr 48 of 3801 Richard st a salesman with Bausch and Lomb Inc died ai his home Sunday on an appar e n t heart attack He was born in Scotland and came to this coun try at the age of 12 He lived ia New York and Superior and came to Madison about five years ago Mr Clark was member of the East Side Busi ness Mens Assn lome Her husband Prof Frederick W Roe of the University English department died Feb 4 1962 The former Nancy Roberts VIrs Roe graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1937 with a degree in nursing She married Prof Roe in June 1937 Mrs Roe was born in Jackson ville 111 Oct 28 1896 Surviving are two brothers Wil liam J Roberts Jacksonville 111 and Chester Los Angeles Calif Funeral services will be held at p m Wednesday in the First Con gregational Church Chapel with the Rev Alfred Swan offi ciating Friends may call after 4 p m Tuesday at the Frautschi fyneral home 3610 Speedway rd The family requested that flow ers be omitted and said friends the Superior Masonic Lodge and the Superior Elks Surviving are his wife the for mer Agnes Myhre four daugh ers Mrs June Saako Staten island N Y Lois and Betty at home and Sandra Staten Island one son Kenneth at home his mother Mrs Janet Clark Staten sland two sisters Mrs Cecil Richardson and Mrs Janet Robi sky both of Staten Island two jrothers Donald and Alec of Staten Island and one grand ingHoipe here ExCity Man Dies in West Surviving are wmam E Gallagher 62 Port wife the Madison na Hmer Ellen Boielwf and father of five Gal son Russell Iah8rs served in the Navy St Louis Mo dunn World War H died Satur two sistersfMrs ay to a Orchardhospital William Anderson after a IonS ffiness Mr Gallagher was a Madison resident for most of his life He later moved to Delavan and then to Port Orchard Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning in Gig Har bor Wash Mrs Frank Huston Frank D Huston 1201 Rut ledge st a lifelong Madison resi dent died Sunday in a local bos pita She was a member of Christ Presbyterian Church and its Wom ens Club Surviving are one daughter Mrs P J Brewer Crookston Minn one sister Mrs Juiia Anderson 1201 Rulledge st and two grand children The body was taken to the Frautschi funeral home 120 E Wilson st John John T Cummings 81 of 429 W Wilson st died Sunday in a Madison hospital A lifelong Madison resident Surviving in Madison is a son George 412 Frost Woods rd Other survivors include his wife Esther four other sons Gordon Gig Harbor Wash Rob ert Harlingen Texas Geroid Edmonds Wash and Jerome Bremerton Wash and 26 grand children S3S2S1S ance Co for many years He re Mr Cummings was a member Surviving is his wife Theresa body was taken to the Joyce f iv 77 jirc was la sen 10 me Joyce luneral home here after aoonfuneral home 540 W Washington Tuesday jave ond Elastic lack Mf ttriel UNCONOmONALiy GUARANTIED AGAINST WEAR SEATS SACKS j RtcoTtrtdmYeifi State at 319 W AL 51440 Mr Clark Dane Phone Service Hit By ALDRIC REVELL l Stall I Ufc j land Center Richardson funeral home Spring Green LANCASTERMrs Emma J Garner 87 died Saturday at Cass ville Harris and Wepking fu neral home Lancaster DODGEVILLEMrs Cleone L Lane 61 formerly of Cuba City died Saturday Roach home DodgeviUe funeral child Funeral services will be held at pm Tuesday at the Junderson funeral home 5203 Monona dr with the Rev Robert r Fallt pf Bethany Evangelical ree Church officiating Burial will be in Roselawn cemetery Friends may call at the fu neral home until time of services Mrs Regina Stats Funeral rites for Mrs Regina ana 67 formerly of 334 W tor here died Sunday in a loTal Vuson st who died Saturday in hospital She was the fonJer a HiBsboro nursing home will Grace Delaney daughter of Mr Mrs W De Mrs Blank 66 Dies Sunday Mrs Louise Ann Blank 66 of 519 N Finckney st died Sunday at a Madison hospital She was born in North Freedom and was a Madi son resident for 35 years Surviving are a son Robert 519 N Pinckney st two brothers John W Brilliott North Freedom and Clarence Poynette one sis ter Mrs A u gust Hinz North Free dom and one Mrs Blank grandchild The body was taken to the Ryan uneral home 235 King st where Tiends may call after 2 pm Tuesday The rosary will be recited there at Tuesday night Funeral rites will be held Wednesday at a m in the uneral home and at 9 in Holy Redeemer Catholic Church Msgr Joseph H Gabriels will officiate and burial will be in Resurrection cemetery Mrs Gile 86 Edgerton Dies EDGERTON Mrs Duranie Gile 86 Edgerton a longtime majority of telephone subscribers in rural Dane County would have to pay more for ex tended long distance service among the communities than they now do in individual toll rates the State Public Service Commis sion was told today Examiner Calmer Browy today continued a public hearing on pe tition by Sen Car W Thompson Jr publisher of the Stoughton Courier Hub to have all 20 Dane County telephone ex changes linked together for long distance calls as are Madison and 10 of the communities Under the extended area service between Madison and 10 commu nities long distance calls can be made between these 11 communi ties without paying long distance rates on each call The cost is in the monthly rate structure The communities o u t s i d e of Madison however have no ex tended area service and each long Hicf n Landed Role of Newspapers Cited At State ADA Meet Here By HERB JACOBS Capital Times Farm Writer Much more emphasis on news papers as the greatest place to disseminate information was urged by Henry Scott head of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation biological laboratory at the opening session today of the American Dairy Association of Wisconsin The twoday meeting at the Loraine Hotel has attracted sev msirnoM j hundred delegates from the i K fcnwMUPPOrted national dairy Mieaema Jr publisher nf thp distance call must separately be paid for Wilham J Haase Milwaukee vice president of the Wisconsin Telephone Co testified it would cost to link all 20 Dane County communities now served by nine telephone companies The increased cost in rates amount to a year Because in the small communi would products promotion organization Scott cited tremendous oppor tunity for work in local areas declaring that diet articles i national popular magazines are often slanted and that people tend to believe their local news papers much more faithfully than they do other publications Two editorials in The Capital Times were cited by Dr Scot as examples of effective locai educational work on behalf o dairymen One advised dairymen not to imitate the cigaret indus try in its advertising Another printed Feb 15 criticized inade quate diets of teenagers Dr Scott reviewed the current controversy over cholesterol in the blood as a heart disease cause and said there is absolutely no proof that dairy fats are to blame He conceded that Ameri cans probably have too much at in the diet but pointed out that a certain amount of fat in iaui ciiiiouiii or iat in ties only a minority of the subthe food intake is necessary to scnbers use long distance to sustain life other small communities putting Listing current needs whicl m extended area service whereby could help the dairy industry the cost is placed in the base mpHtfnl uu rate would force the majority of subscribers to pay for long dis tance calls for a minority who use such service On the overall the proposed service cannot be warranted be cause a substantial number of subscribers who do not use lone distance will be burdened with the cost for the few who do use lie Joyce funeral home 540 W lany Washington ave here and at 9 n St Raphaels Catholic Iral 1875 anA married there Friends may call at the funera home after 7 tonight The rosary She was a of the Ed will be recited there by the g Congregational Church and of its Womens Group and was a former member of the Eastern Star Surviving are a daughter Mrs Among Mrs Statzs survivors Christiansen Wiiwetka III by Daughters of Isabella at to light and another rosary wil e recited at 8 tonight also in be funeral home s a son Theodore Statz Tempe Ariz Mrs Emma Arnold n1 114JIU Mrs Emma Arnold 81 of 1109 of services Homer ct died Sunday in a lo Tne farnity said friends rnay cal nursing home Surviving are a son Kenneth P in MrsGiles name for hompsonJanesvi51e two sisters Edgerton Congregational ThompsonJanesviile two sisters Irs Effie Dyreson McFarland nd Mrs Mattie Kesster Madison md two grandchildren Funeral services will bo held at T r p m Tuesday at the mS Figi Sr MONROE L William Figi Sr Route 3 Monroe a noted Green County farmer died Sunday at home after a heart attack Mr Figi a native of Jordan Jr were nationally known for their grassland and contour farm ng methods The Figi family arm is located west of Monroe n Jordan township Mr Figi and his son William ownship was married in 1913 to he former Lena Hartwig They armed at Adams until they moved to the farm here in 1919 They retired to Jordan Center n 1955 Funeral services will fee held at pm Wednesday in the Stussy funeral home here and Tiends may call there until then p m Tuesday at the Joyce fu eral home 540 W Washington ive with the Rev Stanley Greg ry of Grace Episcopal Church fficiating Burial will be in Mt Horeb cemetery Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p m Tuesday Mrs Mary Brahm Mrs Mary Soehle Brahm 88 a native of Madison who moved to Detroit many years ago was buried at Royal Oak cemetery near Detroit on Friday She died March 6 Mrs Brahm is survived by four sons Frank Christ Frederick and Harold all of Detroit The funeral was attended by three Madisonians Mrs Estelle Soehle 2209 Fox ave a sister inlaw and two nieces Mrs Fre man Fox and Mrs Raymond Con lin Mrs John Kelzenberg Mrs John Kelzeaberg 78 of 2209 Chamberlain ave died to day in a local hospital The body was taken to Hie Ryan f uneral j home 235 King st i PI N RELIEVES YOUR CHILDS COUGH COUGH OUG Dont experiment with your childs health Safe fbrmula P1NEX no codeine no upsetting wonder drues PI HEX safe relief from coughs due to colds or minor bronchia irri tations For children adults REGULAR AND WIL3 CHERRY a ivugujjit f uac esident here who was the widow tlaase said They would f a former postmaster and edi a substantial increase in Mrs Gile was born at Poynette in 1899 She was a member of the Ed a sister Mrs E J Fisher Madi sun and two grandsons Friends may call at the Elling son funeral home Edgerton after p m Tuesday and until time if they wish contribute to a me morial in Mrs Giles name for Church Funeral rites will be held Wednesday at 2 p m in the funeral home with the Rev Ed will be in Forest Hill cemetery Madison Set Services At St Lukes Episcopal clergy of Madison will preach a series of sermons on the seven capita sins and their con trary virtues beginning Tuesday at pm at St Lukes Epis copal Church 209 Lake Edee Blvd 5 The Rev Stanley Gregory assistant reotor of Grace Church will begin the series speaking on Pride and Humility The series is part of St Lukes regular celebration of the Holy Eucharist with intentions for the sick The public is invited rates over what they would pay for individual calls At present there is free toll service between Madison and Cottage Grove Cross Plains De Forest McFarland Middleton Oregon Stoughton Sun Prairie Verona and Waunakee There is similar service be tween Black Earth and Cross Plains and Mazomanie Brooklyn and Oregon Cross Plains and Black Earth Middleton and Mt Horeb Mt Horeb and Mt Vernon and Waunakee and Middleton Ray J Riordan Madison ex ecutive vice president of the Wis consin State Telephone Associa tion said that extended area service whereby long distance caHs are part of the basic rate is provided only in cases where communities are contiguous and f fa f Scott said medical schools should furnish more and better train ing of nutrition experts Scott also attacked physicians who come out with statements condemning dairy products and milk He cited a leader of the Americau Academy of General Practice who had urged coffee or tea in school lunches instead of had said that milk should not be given to youngsters after their first years All the comments of that kind are from men who should know better Scott declared As an example of some of the here Js a community of in j UA terest between them in other words when a majority of the people in one community caH long distance frequentlyto the other community If only a few businessmen in one community make most of the calis to another community Rior dan said it is unfair to grant tended area service because the majority of the people who make no long distance calls would have to pay for the service through their increased base rates In c r o s sexamination Sen Thompson tried to bring out it was unfair to merchants and farm ars in rural areas to have to pay or long distance calls to neigh Mring communities when they could call Madison free and so benefit Madison merchants at the expense of rural merchants Riordan replied it was more un fair for all subscribers in a com munity to pay for the calls made by a few merchants help dairymen are receiving Scott cited rulings of the federal Food and Drug Administration that promoters of vegetable cannot make deceptive claims that such fats reduce the choles terol content of the blood The current snack binge of teenagers also came in for at tention by Dr Scott Their diet is often dangerously low in cal cium and vitamin A he said adding that they just dont eat a good meal He pointed out that these snacks are most common in the 1319 age group Many of the girls census figures indicate will be married by age 20 and could get into health difficulties during their early married years because during their formative years they just arent getting good nutri tion Donald E Wilkinson head of the markets division of the State Department of Agriculture will be master of ceremonies at the annual banquet tonight LEGAL NOTICE ece5 Kf of th ROSB tthisssgtS ward i rch Z By Cout MAX C ASHWtLL In Profcilt UBC T Mtr S 77 T1MI TO FMOVli win and far IT IS ORDERED it Truck Overturns Near Stoughtqn Traffic on Highway 51 east o Stoughton was slowed to a cau ious pace Sunday after a semi railer truck carrying highly in flammable propane gas skidded and overturned in a ditch The truck driven by Bruce 3mke Fond du Lac was ownet y OConnor and Son Oil am Gas CoFond du Lac The driv er escaped without injury County traffic and Stoughton solice stood by with the Stough on fire department while the gas was transferred to another truck R C BADEAU PLUMBING COMPANY Atwood Phone CH Court House In City rf Court on M taW iaon heara By nie court IS CAUL FLOM NfW PlMMOt OCAtS CLOGGED TOILETS in ajiffyi piuiscen They permit dont act only fcwe the very prewure you need to the obrtractioa no air or water w full prenure throutfc nun end it down Cant miwl rrxtlf CAMT MID AKOUMO TMCftfD MRTMKT V every Tuesday Double Eagle Stamps at Oriental Settoninfsl Chicken Chop Suey French tread   

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