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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - January 30, 1979, Madison, Wisconsin
Page 2, Section 4 a Wisconsin state journal tuesday january 30, 1979 metro digest swimming skating classes set several classes will be offered by the school Community recreation department through february. Youth swimming instruction will begin saturday at fast and West High schools. Non residents of the Madison metropolitan school District May Register at i . Saturday after residents have been accommodated. Ice skating lessons Are available at eight outdoor rinks in Madison free of charge. Schedules will be posted in warming houses. Infant and pre school aquatic instruction begins today. Non residents May Register at the first lesson after residents have been accommodated. Recreation swimming for physically disabled adults will begin feb. 7. All 266-6070 Between 7 45 a m. And 4 15 . Monday through Friday for More information about any of the classes. Biblical City excavation discussed the excavation of the biblical City of Dan will be explained in an illustrated lecture at 8 . Wednesday in room 140 of the Elvehjem Art Center Hoo University ave. Avraham Iran who began the excavation More than 15 years ago will speak. Biran is director of the Nelson Glueck school of biblical archaeology and professor of biblical archaeology at hebrew Union College jewish Institute of religion Jerusalem. The free Public program us sponsored by the Madison biblical archaeology society. Car repair workshop held a a a workshop on car repairs will be held from 7 . To 9 . Thurs Day at St. Johns lutheran Church 322 e. Washington ave. Sponsored by Madison consumer credit counselling the workshop is designed to explain the vocabulary of car repairs and the scheduling a a of preventive maintenance procedures. The fee of $2 will be waived for anyone eligible to receive any Type of Aid from Dane county social services. Free child care will be a provided for More information Call 251 2070. T big Brothers Sisters meet big Brothers and Sisters of Dane county will Honor 25 volunteers at their i3th annual meeting and banquet at the Hoffman House West at 7 i a . Wednesday. The banquet will recognize volunteers who have donated five or More years of consecutive service to the programs. The tavern hosts of Wisconsin inc. And the Monona Grove Lions club will present donations to the organizations sailing course offered a 13-lesson course on the principles of sailing will begin at 7 . Thursday at the first congregational Church 1609 University ave. There is no charge for the course and workbooks and text will be available for a nominal fee. For More information Call the coast guard auxiliary 241-0178. Income tax Daad Lino note employees who do not receive their wage and tax statements by wednesday must still file by the tax deadline according to the internal Revenue service. Employees who have not received their statements by wednesday should Contact their employers. After feb. 15, they should Contact the irs. Child care assistance available child care providers in Dane Dodge Sauk and Juneau counties can obtain financial and other assistance from a new food program sponsored by Community coordinated child care in Dane county inc. The program offered through the linkages for family Day care project is designed to help persons who provide child care in their Homes to plan and prepare meals and snacks for the children in their care and to reimburse the providers for a portion of the food costs. Other services offered by the program include a monthly newsletter. Toy and equipment loan service and child care consultation. The food program is funded by the . Department of agn Cul lures child care food program. In Dane county the child care food program is also being provided to All children enrolled by the following Day care centers children a Village 33 w. Badger Road. Christian Day care 203 Wisconsin ave. St Matthews Nursery Center. 30 Dempsey Road University Avenue Day care 1609 University ave. Magic Penny Day care Center 203 Wisconsin ave red caboose 6t>4 Williamson St. St. Stephens Day care 5700 pheasant Hill Road Creek Day school 2002 raceway drive. Chil Drens House child development inc 412 s. Baldwin St. Dudgeon cd 3200 Monroe St., Middleton cd 6400 Elmwood Middleton South Madison cd 2012 Fisher Union cd 206 Bernard court and St. An i ewes Nursery school 1833 Regent St the meals and snacks served by family Day care providers and Day care centers through the agriculture department Are available at no separate charge to the children s family and without regard to race color or National origin yoga class to begin the Tenney Community education committee will offer an introductory yoga class Tiem neg in mid february at Lapham elementary school 1045 e. Dayton St for details Call 256 1360, Days Only a line bus changes discussed continued rerouting of Madison Metros g line from Heather Crest and Owen drive to Midvale Boulevard and Regent Street will to Dis cussed 8 30 a in Friday by the route subcommittee of the City a transit Utility committee us source Book seeks items the wheat and the chaff the annual University of Wisconsin source Book is collecting information on new services and organizations for the six rated publication organizations that want publicity should Send a Brief description along with the phone number mailing address and name of Contact Pierson to the wheat and the chaff 420 n Lake St., 53706, by feb 28. Today a Calendar music a Tony by own of the roots Bond Solo performance of reggae. Elec Trie latin afro and rhythm and blues music 8 pm Lysistrata. 325 w Gorham St. Stave a Wilson Street East dinner playhouse production of funny girl Quot dinner at 6 30, play at 8 30 ., 514 e Wilson St Bookmobile a Todd drive and Greenway 2 30 4 30 p in. Simpson Street and Weber drive 6 15 8 30 dells lawyer commits suicide Wisconsin dells Donald l. Hamm 51, former Columbia county District attorney and Wisconsin dells lawyer took his own life monday just As his trial on grand theft charges was to begin in Dane county circuit court in Madison. According to authorities Hamm shot himself in the heart with a Rifle shortly after i . Monday in his Law office in Wisconsin dells. He was alone in his office. Hamm whose Law License was revoked by the Wisconsin supreme court last july was charged with stealing $14,000 from a client in May 1977. He had pleaded innocent to the charge. Hamm a death was ruled a suicide by Columbia county Coroner Kenneth Reuhl who investigated the shooting along with the Wisconsin dells police. According to the theft complaint against Hamm he withdrew $14,000 from the estate Trust account of Barbara Bronson of Beloit without her permission and cashed the Check in Madison. He was free on $10,000 Signa Ture Bond pending trial. Wisconsin dells police chief Elmer Fisher said Hamm had been in Madison monday morning and was to return at i . For the beginning of jury selection in the afternoon. Hamm telephoned his attorney Richard Lent during the noon recess and said he was going to kill himself but refused to say where he was. Lent thought he had convinced Hamm to Telephone judge p. Charles Jones and Dane county court officials were preparing to Trace the Call when they Learned of Hamm s death. The trial was postponed from last week after Hamm failed to appear in court. Hamm a License was revoked by the state High court after he was charged with six counts of misconduct including trying to charge a a clearly excessive feel in a personal injury suit mishandling an estate and misallocation of funds. The Well known attorney had served As county corporation counsel and Wisconsin dells City attorney for a number of years. He was elected District attorney in 1966. He also served As a lawyer for the . Department of agriculture in Chicago for five years after receiving his Law degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1957. Hamm is survived by his wife and three children. Funeral arrangements Are pending at the Fedderly funeral Home in Wisconsin dells. State Snow depth a record Wisconsin has a record Snow depth averaging 26 inches for late january the Wisconsin agriculture reporting service said monday. Snow Depths were measured throughout the state and those in the Southern half of the state were the highest with Madison and Milwaukee records measuring More than 30 inches the Snow depth was double that reported two weeks earlier and the deepest Snow cover for any biweekly period since the Snow and Frost surveys were started in 1961, according to Marvin Heiser who compiles the reports sent in by cemetery workers. The previous deepest Snow cover for a late january Survey Date was 20 inches in 1971. There was an average of 19 inches of Snow around the state in 1969 contrast that with 3 inches of Snow measured in late january in both 1964 and 1968. Heiser said that a year ago Snow depth averaged 12 inches and the average from 1962 to 1978 was to inches. As a result of the heavy snows Frost penetration has changed Little during the past two weeks. The state now has an average Frost depth of 7 inches. For the Survey period since 1961, the average Frost depth has been 15 inches. Heiser said that Frost Depths were at their Peak in 1977, the year follow ing the drought and there was Little or no moisture in the ground when the late january measurement gave the state a 30-Inch average. His Check of the records showed that the least Frost in the ground was recorded in january 1969 when the state average was Only 5 inches. Free Silverstone National savings presents a great selection of gifts featuring West Bend Silverstone cookware West Bem aluminium to Kettle frn Whan you Aava $500 or Mort Mem West Beno too n Ems fan Fra Whan you lava $1000 or Mora West Beno stainless steel 3 it. Grif n whip bowl Fra Whan you lava $500 or Mora West Bend Silverstone 2 it. Covered sauce fan Fra wan you Lave $1000 or More West Beno Silverstone 5 it. Dutch oven free when you Lave $5000 or More West Beno bake n broiler fan free when you save $500 or Mora West Beno Silverstone la in. Square or i Dole Fra Whan you lava $500 or Mora West Beno Silverstone i it. 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