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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - June 16, 1997, Madison, Wisconsin 2b local Wisconsin state journal monday june 16, �?T997 cows have demonstrated ill temper forbearance in commemoration of june Dairy month it is fitting and proper that i share a few memories of cows i have known. Some i was fond of some otherwise. Considering my age 83, you have no trouble believing that we milked our first herds of cows by hand. We milked them by hand outdoors All summer uncommon among Dairy Farmers. They were confined but Only in a pen. This was necessary because our farm had two sections. The Home farm did not have enough pasture to support constant grazing so about every two weeks a a Shorter time if it was dry a we drove the Herd from Home to what was called a the Meadows half a mile away. It was a pleasant place. As we milked in a pen of course we could see herons coming to the Creek running through the pasture. Those who never milked outdoors Pearl Swiggum May find it hard to believe that cows would stand unfettered to let us milk them. Our Only problem came when one cow demanded to be milked first the safest thing to do was to oblige her. There was another problem rain. Not too Many times but too often we had to sit on our wooden stools and milk while we had an unwanted Shower. Milking just had to be done. A memory recalled brings yet another. Sometimes a Bovine grudge erupted. Because of one i had a crushed foot i guess every Farmer has a favor Ite Breed. Mine is not Guernsey. At that time we had quite a Small sized Guernsey. Small but mean. She was on the other Side of the cow i was milking a where i see her a and she lunged against mine who lost her footing and found it on mine. Then there Are holsteins. And to paraphrase will Rogers i never met a Holstein i did no to like. One of my cherished memories is of totally Black big Ruby. Big it seems like i could hardly see across her Broad Back. And gentle. She was the most Calm slow moving cow i Ever met when i drove them into the barn from the pasture i often walked with one hand on her shoulder. My husband was in the Hospital when i found out just How Sweet and gentle she was. A Good neighbor an old Bachelor came evenings and sat on a Hay Bale until i finished milking. Then fed Hay. I had big Ruby in the maternity pen where she had a calf that morning. After chores i climbed into the pen to help her calf also unusually big find supper. But it was so tall that no shoving or pushing helped. I get its head Low enough. And Pete did no to help. He sat on a Bale Shook his head and said a a you never do that did it the calf was in the right position. I reached under it grabbed the opposite legs and Down it flopped. Up it reached. There was its mothers udder. And what was she doing All that time most new mothers would have been throwing nervous fits. It might not have been Safe for me to be in the pen. Not big Ruby. She never moved All the time i struggled. She looked Over her shoulder and Lowed softly encouraging both me and her baby i guess. Done to Tell me cows Are not lovable. 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 Legal notice the environmental Impact assessment has been completed for the construction of the Waisman Center addition and Annex remodelling project located on the University of Wisconsin Madison Campus. Copies of the assessment available for review at the us system administration office located at 780 Regent Street or the us safety department office located at 30 n. Murray Street. Public comments Are Welcome. Please comment no later than june 27, 1997. _ Wasj #370359 _ the wis. Coastal management program wimp is inviting Public comment razing existing fire Hall and garage and constructing a new town Hall emergency government Center in the town of Pointe Madeline Island. The wimp is conducting a review to verify this project will comply with state coastal policies. Further information May be obtained from wis. Coastal mgt. Program to Box 7868, Madison i 53707-7868 608 266-8269 comments on whether this project complies with coastal policies should be received within 21 Days. Wasj #370641 bids proposals each Section includes a Brief description of the item or service the request for bid Rob or request for proposal rep number the Date and time due the Agency issuing the bid proposal and name and Telephone to Contact for a copy of the bid proposal and or additional information. Construction bids. If any follow this Section. Lotteries Wisconsin a Sun. Super Cash 2-5-11-14-17-27 Odd of Matching All Alx number for $250,000 11n 973,899 Sun. Daily millions red 6-15 White 6-18 Blue 6-20 Odds of Matching All six numbers for $1 million 1 in 9,261, too Sun. Pick three 9-9-0. Odds of Matching All three numbers for $500 1 in 1,000 sat. Power bail 9-17-21-24-27 and Power Ball 16, megabucks 7-9-14-24-39-43 super Cash 1-2-24-28-31-34 Power Ball and megabucks numbers Are drawn wednesday and saturday nights. The estimated Power Ball Jackpot is $58 million me estimated megabucks Jackpot is $1.9 million. For the last drawing s numbers dial 608 266-7777. Illinois a Sun. Pick three. 4-9-4 pick four 9-7-3-5 est. Lotto Jackpot $2 million. Sat. Pick three midday 6-4-5 pick three evening 4-0-0 pick four midday 1-5-7-4 pick four evening 6-9-6-5 lotto 19-20-22-24-35-47 est. Lotto Jackpot $2 million. Al Rule Iii doute in diner records births Melter Hospital june 13,1997 Wernecke Angela amp Flynn Paul Waunakee son. June 14,1997 Wettstein Michele amp Mark Madison son. Amato Shirley amp Michael Waunakee daughter. Jackson Rebecca amp Reilly a Madison son. Luck Nicole amp Taylor Sonny Middleton daughter. Bagnall Jill amp Henderson Kenneth Madison daughter. Kaenel Shannon amp John Marshall son june 15, 1997 Wendland Mary amp Craig Madison daughter. St. Mary a Hospital june 13,1997 Albrecht Brenda amp Jeremy mount Horeb son. Kubly sue amp Todd Sun Prairie son. Kinderman Angela amp Boehm ban Madison son. June 14,1997 Bodie Tina amp Gary Stoughton daughter Rodensal Amy amp Duessler Chadd Madison daughter. Sattel Anita amp Manley Stephen Madison son Zimmerman Judy amp Jeff Cross Plains daughter. Edler Donna amp Tony Madison son. Nelson Trisha amp Malacara Jeremy Madison son. Hogan Peggy amp Dan Madison son. Deaths Madison Beyersdorf Daniel f., 60, in a local Hospital saturday. Druckenbrod Veronica 78, in St. Mary s Hospital sunday. Engler Margaret a., 86, june 10. Fincher Frances e., 91, in St. Mary a Hospital saturday. Green George 40, in St. Mary s Hospital saturday. Hierl Mary 67, St. Mary a Hospital saturday. Paine Ruth r., 79, in a local nursing Home Friday. Pletcher Paul r., 80, at Home Friday. Tiedeman Hazel l., 84, in Meriter Hospital sunday. Area Evansville a Richardson Lee Porter 77, in Evansville Manor nursing Home saturday. Fennimore a Hirsch Marian v., 76, in Meriter Hospital Madison sunday Fennimore a Brandemuehl Elizabeth Cretney 62, at University Hospital Madison sunday. Fort Atkinson a Kokalares James h., 67, in mercy Hospital Janesville saturday. Janesville a Ringelstetter Mary a., 94, in St. Elizabeth nursing Home Friday. Mauston a Rohde Carolyn 84, at Home Friday. Monona a Stillman Leta my a 94, in a local nursing Home saturday. New glarus a Kleckner Ruth a 91, in a local nursing Home saturday. Sun Prairie a Kohls Alvin c., 68, at Home Friday obituaries/4b today a funerals Schiro Frank 10 ., Cress funeral Home 3610 Speedway Road Hill Cornelius noon Fitch Lawrence Sanfillippo funeral Home 6021 University ave. Aldridge Mary 7 ., Ryan funeral Home 2418 n. Sherman ave Otis Paul 11 ., Ryan funeral Home 2418 n. Sherman ave. West Lucille 10 30 ., methodist Church Brooklyn. Weeks weather from notional weather service at Dane county regional Airport High Low mean precis. Sun. 72. 45. 59. 0.0 Mon. 79. 48. 64. 0.0 tue. 83. 48. 66. 0.0 wed 76. 52. 64. To. Thu. 81. 54.,68. 0.0 Fri. 84. 54. 69. 0.0 sat. 72. 49. 61. 0.0 avg. 78. 50 total. 0.00 Madison medical ethics talks to begin us Madison is presenting a free Public lecture series on medical ethics beginning tuesday that will explore issues such As cloning eugenics and death and dying. Us Madison faculty who Are among the speakers Are Alta Charo associate professor of Law and medical ethics or. Norman Fost professor of paediatrics and director of the medical ethics program Dan Wilker professor of medical ethics and Alan Weis Bard associate professor of Law medical ethics and jewish studies. The lectures meet from 7 to 9 On tuesdays and thursdays in 2650 humanities building at the Corner of University Avenue and Park Street. For information or a Complete schedule Call 608 263-3414 or Send email to Spam continued from Page 1b the absolute loser gets a spam Cookbook that features recipes for Zesty spam Caesar salad Maui spam muffins spam a King creamy spam with Broccoli and pasta and spam Stew with Buttermilk Topping. A if they can to carve it they should eat it a Pouncey said prosaic ally. Hormel foods introduced spam in 1937 a canned meat with an indeterminate shelf life. But the product a pork Ham sugar Salt combo did no to come into its own until world War ii. For the diet conscious Hormel introduced spam Lite a few years Back. Ingredients a pork mechanically separated Chicken water Salt. Hormel must be doing something right a the company claims to have sold five billion cans worldwide since 1937 a spamming the Globe As it were. Pouncey however might be on the cutting Edge of a new trend. He heard about a spam carving contest in Seattle a few years ago and decided to copy it in Madison. Sunday was his third year Seattle a eighth. A a in a just amazed by the results a said. And up Amu a site on the internet has close to 6,600 spam based Haiku said. A a it a just this years winners in the carving contest in state journal photo Joseph w Jackson i John Dunn so spam saurus goes on Broadway Quot stands waiting to be judged at the annual spam carving contest in Madison on sunday. Dunn a creation took first place in the a props a category which allows things other than spam to be used in the creation. A cocktail umbrella was later added to the piece eluded the a spam saurus goes on Broadway a a Dinosaur carved from spam a pm spam a a Mcdonald a restaurant Complete with Arches a Squirrel stand a a and a spam a will give you 5 great reasons Why you should Purchase your heating and air conditioning units from me 023yaw or depended seance. Lyon heeling and air cond Toong hat been in Buein eee for of its yarn a Arv Kang Madleon and Dent county we rate Friendly is Maple Chaa programmable of of Thon Noemi included Baa with the up Rohee of any Furnace of air condoning unit a factory asure service contract. 8 full Yaw parti a labor on at Furnace of inane Ina available amb approved credit a a Quality a service a fair Price when you ready Tor Amene Quality Friendly service and a fair Price calf me. Don Lyons at 257 3123 remember Amene rated Why Settle Tor less d your 9m9thiionl9 our gu9n9�?� Irons Verona schools to consider police Liaison by Valeria Davis Humphrey suburban reporter Verona a the Verona area school Board will discuss hiring a police Liaison officer at today a meeting with Hopes of having an officer in the schools this fall. The meeting will be at 8 In the administration building 700 n. Main St. If approved Verona will join nearly a dozen other Dane county districts that have police Liaison officers in their schools. Verona High school principal Kelly Meyers said the hiring of an officer Isnit a reason for alarm but rather a proactive move toward mentoring. A a it a not a red Flag of problems a Meyers said. A i really believe in the consistency an assigned officer would bring. This person would be a specialist trained in dealing with the proposed Liaison officer would work among the districts High school Middle school and four elementary buildings about nine months a year. The officer would supervise extracurricular activities encourage role modelling civic responsibility instruction and be used for enforcement As needed. The remaining three months would be spent working for the City. The District Enrols 3,000 students and required More than 700 Calls from August 1995 to March 1997. The Calls which Range from keys locked in cars to drug and alcohol training involved few fights and could have been handled More efficiently by an officer familiar with each school and staff Meyers said. With help from a Federal Grant the $47,808 position would Cost the school District $9,538 and the City $4,545 in 1997-98. In the second year the District and City would pay More to cover the positions $54,758 Cost with a $25,000 Federal Grant. Item cheese memorial Union Rob gym 98-5138 Tel 608-262-6121 due june 24, 1997, 2 00 Agency us Madison purchasing secs Madison wsj#362486 item psychiatric services Taycheedah correctional inst., fond do Lac i and or Oshkosh correctional inst., Oshkosh i Rob 413, due june 24, 1997, 10 30 a Agency department of corrections 149 Wilson St., . Box 7925, Madison i 53707-7925 Tel 608 267-5040 for department of corrections _ wsj#364729 _ item solid state generators Etc. Rob saw 97-0137, Tel 608-262-1323 due 6/27/97, 2 00 pm Cost Agency us Madison purchasing secs Madison Wasj #370316 item Tesla spectrometer upgrade Rob cog 97-0112-, Tel 608-262-13 23 item 5mm triple resonance 3 Axis gradient Rob cog 97-0119-. Tel 608-262-1323 due 6/23/97, 2 00 pm Cost Agency us Madison purchasing secs Madison wsj#364753 item 1997 Wisconsin Homestead credit Booklet Rob r97-008. Due 07/09/97 3 30 Item 1997 Wisconsin telefilm income tax Booklet Rob r97-009, due 07/09/97 3 30 Tem 1997 Wisconsin form i income tax Booklet Rob r97-Oio due 07/09/97 3 30 Agency Wisconsin department of Revenue procurement Section Telephone Linda m Baister 608 266-3396 Wasj #370286 item work experience for individuals authorized by Der Rob dvr-00297-srm due 8/12/97, 2 00 pm Agency div of vocational rehabilitation Madi name Tel Scott Mcdonald 608-243-5682 Wasj #370337 item fresh produce processed Rob gym 98-5478 Tel 608-262-6121 item fresh produce processed amp bulk Rob gym 98-5258 Tel 608-262-6121 item towing service Rob lib 98-5205 Tel 608-262-6121 due 7/1/97, 2 00 pm Agency us Madison purchasing secs Madison Wasj #370347 Rfp-2924, workers compensation medical Case management. Due 7/23/97, 2 00pm it dept of administration administrative services Michael j. Pohlman 608-266-1060, fax 608-264-9500, try 608-267-9629 Wasj #270444 item optometric services Oshkosh correctional inst., Oshkosh i Rob 4i4. Due june 30, 1997, 10 30 a Agency department of corrections 149 Wilson St., to Box 7925, Madison i 53707-7925 Tel 608 267-5040 for department of corrections Wasj #370652 Well floor you with Hunter Douglas Silhouette window shades if you thought we were just floors look up. Because Sergenian s design Center will go to any lengths or widths hitter Sourias t0 our in own a custom in a a Hunter Douglas Silhouette window shadings Are not quite a Blind not quite a Shade but a soft Silky fabric that lets Light in and All prying eyes out. Vardaan Ciris or inn coverings design Center Mon. Amp thu. 9 30-8 30, tues wed Fri. 9 30-5 30, sat. 9 30-4 00 Madison 2805 West Beatline a 271-1 i i heating and air conditioning 257-3123 e i a s so a e t e 0 a i min your dung i Henkel a few Steps now can reduce the demand for electricity this summer. Put your dehumidifier on a heavy duty timer 15 amps or greater and set it to turn on at 9 00 And off at 10 00 Even this Small Elfort can make a big difference in reducing demand. If we All pull together we can help share the Load. I 0 e Duce d e mc6e a n i 1997. Madison ids arum i or it in

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