Bio: Luzinski, Mr./Mrs. Chester (Home Fire - 9
Surnames: Luzinski, Budrus
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 23 Mar 1967
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Luzinski were able to save only a few personal belongings Thursday, March 9, 1967, when fire broke out about midnight, leveling their one and one-half story residence in the town of Roosevelt (Taylor Co., Wis.). The alarm was place with the Lublin fire department at midnight and fire had broken through the roof and out of control when the fire truck arrived on the scene 5 miles southwest of the village.
Of undetermined cause, the fire apparently started in the attic, according to fire chief Ed Budrus. He said firemen concentrated their efforts at saving other buildings, wetting down the roofs of a machine shed about 75 feet from the house, and the barn, about 150 feet away from the flames. The loss of the house and furnishing was partly covered by insurance.
The Luzinski's moved into an unoccupied dwelling on another farm they own near the home farm.
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