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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - November 2, 1996, Madison, Wisconsin
Wisconsin state journal City editor Tim Kelley 252-6130 around the area Snoop Park ii lot 22 of service i building i permit required 4&Quot Alk times a visitors use meters Only parking sign contains 7-sore Earl Strade of Deforest sent along a photo of something that a been bothering him a Long time. A for Over three years now we have been looking at this building sign every Home football game Quot he wrote. Quot it is located in the old Power Plant building parking lot fronting on Johnson Street. It is amazing How Many people look at the sign and do not see a commentary. I submarine snacks touring Hootie and the blowfish ordered up 35 subs for the Road from big mikes subs on Johnson i v f Street after i the concert at the Dane l county Coli Pat Geum Simms wednesday night. Owner Mike Liautaud said a member of Hootie screw called about to . And asked that the sandwiches be delivered to the buses parked behind the coliseum. The band was scheduled to play at the target Center in Minneapolis thursday night. A just say no Republican Rod Rotar is telling people that campaigning for . Rep. Scott Klug a wis is ruining his diet. Going door to door in Verona last monday Rotar said he indulged in four pieces of pie one piece of chocolate cake and two brownies. Phone 60s 252-6126 email snoops state Jou Mal mad ism. Co Joe Clark to stand trial for murder Ier says Clinton Isacks cowboys i As election Day nears the mud is starting to Fly a and because ibis is Wisconsin the mud is Green ind Gold. I As part of Bob Doles last ditch Campaign the Wisconsin Dole Kemp Campaign faxes out the horrifying news Friday night that gasp president Clinton is a secret Dallas cowboys fan. The Dole g Campaign charges that although it the president had his picture taken with packers quarterback g Brett Favre on a recent visit to Green Bay Clinton harbours secret ,0j Dallas Cowboy tendencies voters whose decisions May be i changed by this incredible charge Are invited to rally near the ii Packer statue outside the Packer Quot a Hall of Fame before sundays game. Lists of suspected Cowboy f sympathizers will be circulated. A Susan Lanpert Smith f i Albany f vandals damage school buses i $ vandals forced an hour delay i for students of the Albany school District Friday after All the districts buses were severely dam i aged. Every bus in the nine bus school District Fleet was Vandal sized said sgt. Jon Whitmar of the Green county sheriffs department. The vandals broke window used fire extinguishers broke Stop arms and threw eggs and floor finish on the buses. An initial damage estimate was a $1,000. A Madison Uwi a Kindig elected to Institute or. David a. Kindig us medical school professor of Preven i five Medicine has been elected to the National Academy of sciences Institute of Medicine. Charged in Baraboo teens drowning death by Richard w. Jaeger regional reporter Portage a Joe Clark 17, the Baraboo youth convicted two months ago of a torture beating in Sauk county was ordered Friday to stand trial on murder charges in Columbia county. Clark faces three counts including first degree intentional homicide in the july 1994 drowning death of Christian Steiner 14, of Rural Baraboo. Steiner a death has Many similarities to the Sauk county beating Case. Columbia county circuit judge Dan George ordered Clark held under Cash bail after fridays preliminary hearing on the charges. His next court appearance will be nov. 13 to enter a plea. Public defender Erie Schulenburg said he May seek a change of judge or change of venue because of publicity surrounding the 2-year old Case. He said Clark will decide the plea he will enter. Clark pleaded innocent by reason of mental disease or defect in his september trial on charges of attempted first degree intentional homicide in the beating of another Baraboo youth thadius Phillips 15. Clark admitted breaking both of Phillips legs and holding the youngster hostage in the second floor bedroom closet of Clarks Home. Phillips is the states main witness against Clark in the Steiner murder and was the Only witness called at the preliminary hearing. The hearing had been postponed earlier in october because Phillips was unavailable to testify after being shot in an unrelated incident. He was shot in the shoulder by another Baraboo youth Michael Huebsch 15, after a confrontation Between the two and another youth at Huebsch a Home. As he had during his earlier trial against Clark Phillips Testi fied Friday that Clark told him he had broken the legs of Christian Steiner and another youth because he got a thrill from breaking Bones. Steiner a body was exhumed after Clark was arrested in the Phillips leg breaking incident and a second autopsy revealed that both of Steiner s legs had been broken in similar fashion to Phillips. Schulenburg challenged Phillips Story Friday questioning him about the second youth he claimed Clark had admitted injuring and asking Phillips Why he could not remember that boys name but could remember Steiner a name. Columbia county District actor a going once going twice. Above police officer Gordon Ray holds up a target Deer the next item for Sale at an auction held by the Capitol police in the basement of the Capitol Friday afternoon. Right sgt. Tom Burke of the Capitol police serves As auctioneer at an auction of abandoned items which were collected by the Capitol police in state buildings. The event raised about $675, which will go to the state school fund. Sheriff fires Deputy charged in sex assaults state journal staff a Dane county sheriffs Deputy facing sexual assault charges has been fired by sheriff Rick Rae Misch. Deputy Alfred c. Lopez 30, of the town of Windsor has been ordered to stand trial on charges of first degree sexual assault of a child second degree sexual assault intimidation of a victim and attempted third degree sexual assault. Raemisch announced Friday that he had discharged Lopez effective three Days earlier. The sheriff said he acted after evaluating information obtained during an internal investigation. Lopez had been on paid leave since dec. 12,1995. Charges against him Stem from incidents said to have happened when he was off duty in september 1994 and november 1995. They involve two adult women and a girl who was 5 at the time. The child and her Mother testified last week in a preliminary hearing in Dane county circuit court. The Mother said the Little girl told her at the time that Lopez had asked the child to touch his genitals. The adult women testified that Lopez touched them sexually after a Bachelorette party tried to persuade each one to engage in sexual acts with him and forced one of them to perform a sexual act. Lopez had been an employee of the sheriffs office since october 1993. Ney Mark Bennett argued that other evidence presented in the preliminary hearing supported Phillips testimony. Bennett pointed out that Steiner a leg injuries were not discovered until after Clark was arrested for breaking Phillips legs. A the told Thad Phillips he broke Chris Steiner a legs because it was True. He was the Only one who knew his legs were broken until the second autopsy Quot Bennett said. Bennett called fridays ruling the end to another chapter for Steiner a parents who always believed their son had been killed and did not drown acc Dently. A the final chapter will be written when a jury finds Joe Clark guilty of Chris Steiner a murder Quot Bennett said. Riley a under injunction nitrous oxide sales prompt officials to take action by John Welsh Wisconsin state journal a Madison liquor store has been ordered to Stop Selling nitrous oxide canisters As part of a wider investigation into abuse of the inhalant state officials said Friday. Riley a wines of the world 402 West Gorham st., and the state department of regulation and licensing agreed last month to an administrative injunction against the business preventing further sales of the canisters. If the store violates the order it faces a $10,000-a-Day penalty. The administrative injunction was the result of a yearlong investigation by area police agencies into the Supply of nitrous oxide to Young people. Its Sale is Legal for such uses As a propellant for making homemade whipped Cream but if used for direct human use it is considered a prescription drug. A they were looking for other creative solutions to Cut off the Supply Quot said Arthur Thexton prosecuting attorney for the department of regulation and licensing. A instead of going after students one by one. You go after the the Agency sent an investigator to the store july 26. The investigator purchased the canister and then was offered a balloon which is used to inhale the Gas. Riley a wines of the world Mam Ager Erie Kroner said his store was far from being the Only store Selling nitrous oxide. A if they really want to Stop it they should target other stores As Well Quot he said. Quot they obviously done to want nitrous oxide canisters sold and we did no to want to sell the in Thexton confirmed that other stores Are under investigation for Selling nitrous oxide but said he elaborate. Nitrous oxide also known As laughing Gas is most commonly used by dentists As a painkiller. Inhaling the gases displaces air in the lungs and causes a Brief High along with slurred speech loss of please see injunction Page 2b police station proves an unsafe parking spot detective injured car rammed in Accident it would seem Safe for a detective to Park in front of the Madison police department on South Carroll Street. But one detectives car ended up atop another a Hood thursday night after being rammed by a station Wagon with a 15-year-old girl at the wheel. A Madison woman Pamela of Neal 1010 Saybrook Road had parked her 1984 Chevrolet station Wagon on Doty Street near Carroll Street just before 6 30 . Thursday. After she got out her daughter Larissa r. Of Neal Slid into the Drivers seat. She later told police she decided to Back up a Short distance Quot just for fun a police spokesman Brian Ackeret said. Instead the station Wagon zoomed backwards. It jumped Over the curb clipped the Corner of the City county building and rammed an unmarked 1996 Ford Taurus being parked by detective Sara Petzold. The rear of Petzoldt a car was knocked onto another unmarked detective car behind it. Petzold who still had her seat Belt on suffered Back and neck injuries and was treated and released at Merit or Hospital Park. Larissa of Neal was cited for failure to have control and driving without a valid License. Neither she nor her passengers boys Ages 2 and 16, were injured damage was described As severe to Petzoldt a car moderate to the other police car and minor to the station Wagon. Photo a j Remington a 15-year-old non Driver apparently hit the accelerator instead of the Brake thursday when she decided to move her mothers parked station Wagon. It backed Over the curb turned a Corner hit the City county building and rammed one detectives car onto the Hood of another on South Carroll Street. 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