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Madison Capital Times (Newspaper) - April 6, 1964, Madison, Wisconsin Ill TJiF CAIMTAT TiMKS Momhy April 6 1 96 JTW3 tolalcH million as com pared wilii million it 1062i totaled 1 C324S3823 on Dec 31 1933 vip WdRLD of BUSINESS ti Havens Wilber LEGAL NOTICES UCOAI NOTICE I ORDER LIMITING TIME FOR FIUNS on Dec 31 IMS about million from Is Hereby Given that followj ing license has applied lor En the Town cf Rutland Dare County Wisconsin IVOtlll BOOM CLAIMS On C 3 Fermented Malt Beverage STATE OH WISCONSIN DANE COUNTY Sam Borlus Box Orcgoi Wis COURT IN PROBATE Capital Six fitMay K 1 Ctfjon I in tlw Mailer o the of J FLORi ELAINE HALVERSON 1 ENCE WILLIAMS Crh Town of Rulland Madisons affiliated First A or probate w edmlnisfrs i PUB cT Apr 7 a 1541 i i i i i ftf eilale ol J Florence tional litnk IKu Asssets Ol deceased late ol Ihc Cily c Marti ion at the end of Dar Ctwn lor NEW YORK UPii Tiio num ber of children under 18 boomed and Loans totaled MS million and deposits were at Si02 million lual lime wihDi which all crMi Jors ol siid aeccased shall prsseri claims Ulfier IKinKSJUUO altllKHCS WC such estate lor 1iinn Yfiii niL if Is fixed and limiled MHO VllOlial filllk 0 10 arJ the 26n ol ILiiie Kiist National Bank of 6J i Fond till lac First Wisconsin Ns arl a ainu tiemanas asainst aid ceceaset be rxamined and ad tltoal ank of MllwaUKPC iirsi iusvo oy the Cfjrl on me 7ih Say of viV1 C BillionDollar Bunksimres Trast Company of M lS yioui iViarks Kerorci Income tte xatmnai I 01 MiiwauKce Mayfair National s oply ianlr and First Na Bank of Oslikosh S411 Jiullioii cocruuiit incomefor 1963 und an alltime reports that during nlch not rwratmsr liivoijie of S6G million S342 per tlle Wvcrnors of tiic Fed1 o dtflerrniralcn cl be tak MEN PAST 40 t or as soon si IPS vj 1MOI1M Covn Iiu i VDIIJ roporls Pains in BACK KIPS LEGS Tiredness LOSS OF VIGOR If you fere a victim of these symp toms then your troubles tnsy bo traced to Glandular to a record total of nearly 6i million in the United States by mid1963 and may grow an ad ditions 18 million by 10SO the Mstropollian Life ance Co roniuai ilij stock in ft consolidated report for the parent cral Koscrve Board denied Banki and its seven aifiliAted banks and one trust shared application to acquire 1 st National Bank is one of those Merchants and Savings Bank o CARL FLOA N Burke Aitjrnpy Cre rVain PUB CT Vdr jO Apr 6 IS OROEK FOR A r r rt i r w tTTr give relief will not FOR TlSJlKlTION OUr troubles OF TRUST i Jjlandiilar Inriamma COUNY ticn leaJs to rematUTe rnp r COJR I FILE NO 2i3E4S4 AA il and incurable renditions In his amnnl report to Jancsvillo nxi tlio American BankJ JCf Ifie The VA5t year Uien trom tockholdeis W i 1 i a m C and TUst Co of Kadnc but that BriUllder Milvaukoe preS i ink IsoldillK corporoliojl dad Henry iytsr fnaf the We improved heahb SUITS DRESSES COATS 5100 cjch FINISHED SHIRTS th tender 4 icicnt points out that the applied for a charter for a new Banksiuircs units now have apk a combined lending limit of proved last ST million 50 that we on Brumdcr reported that a local basis iik a1 HlOckfiId ic 5 under the of me d till was ap ocMrtent Is remafnasmien said for praying lor Allowance of her Trustees ees antf af fees and can afford gain in income was primarily due competition to hirge banks10 n imrase in earning asseis said ppiicatrm located outside Wisconsin made pisible by a growth in the is important for Wlsccnsins time deposits He said tluit mo twothirds O tne CXJxilse inof vsaisoo on ne lin day of Afit1 isl dati ter can growth Jinil fulurc that borrower can through contacting from increased in fnreaiieV one of our units arrange for cnd paid or lime deposits due JSH MJ it of this siziV says Brumdur to larger balances and rate in RECTALCOLON Art often aiiccialed wilhi Glandulir In flammation Reducible Hernlo It llatntblt to i mild N3nSufjiril treitmint Any cf thisr 2iior ittt mi te trtitid At the same time you an recelvint Inflam ticn treitnenii The Kxrelsior Medical Clinic has fi New FREE BOOK that tells how these trouhles may becorrecled by PROVEN NON SURGICAL TREATMENTS This book may prove of utmost importance in your life USB coupon below No obligation know theyll cjc a nice ht Thats why OUIBY5 hillflale CLEANERS LAUNDRY HiMdjlc Shopping Center Tli HV inil imnmp til CleaSCS Stephens Bieterslein Cooper I lie 1feJ I0ljl HKOnie j carlzke Attorneys million jumped 527 million from an its auhate paid jt wDoty wadisoii I NEW FREE BOOK i Excelsior Medical Clinic compared with an ac wal payment of in 1962 ill The giant banking organization reported that its consolidated as sots jvimiwu S385 million Appointed Malhcw A Marx 4509 Kcal the highest overquota sales perji formance on the Dick line of rn eograuh duplicating equipment and supplies 4707 MONONA DRSVE from SI 113439483 in 1962 to 31152071546 inB Terhas been named new j Tile award is given to only 15 Bankshares paid dividends of car salcs manager at Ahrens Of the firms more than 200 dis Sl327 per share last year as CadillacOldsmobile 431 Gili tributors in the nation compared with in 1962 man according to Peter J j i Bankshares loans at the end of Ahrcns president Marx has been a sales rep resentative al Ahrens for the past two years operated the Texaco Service Station at 152ii Lnivcrsily Ave He has been in automobile sales and service for 28 years He is a member of the Men dota Cub West Side Business mens Associalon and Knighls of Columbus Marx and his wife Rita have a son Thomas 10 Sales Award j A B Dick Co Chicago an t Im going Greyhound to the Worlds Fair Hotels firstclasslTransportationandsightseeing the best Everythings planned in advance on a Greyhound Worlds Fair tour Theres more fun all the way when you go Greyhound to New York and the Worlds Fair No lower fare to the Pair One Way Round Trip 3 busts only 20 hr U mln Read The WANTADS for Profit Complete Worlds Fair Vacation 5 Days 8 Days Includes Transporialion hotels sightseeing in New York admis sions and SgMseeing at Ihd Fairall planned and paid Tor in advance GRKYIIOUNB H2 W Washington Phune 2574Kl Rememberonly Greyhound takes you to and thru theWorlds Fair Aortci and paid lor y Sumy OX Canfanf 1K1 S Part Si Wit I i them skillfully arranged by MR BUD HARTMAN Nationally Nolcd Floral Designer will be at Treasure island on Monday 12 am to 9 pm 12 am io 3 pm Tuesday Invrly floral arrangonioiit made sjifiinlly for you from our wide asorliucnt of polytliylrnc Pirk from ot ijirinp iilootns and jirrrnrry w Trtsurr Gifl and rr for piTfivl or to off lifaiilihil Mr Hariman arrange llirni latf rlnm you marl lirlp TOII Miirl llii jirojior HAD ENOUGH VOTE NO TO A HIGHER GAS TAX How much more are you willing to put up with In 1962 you started paying the selec tive sales tax In 1963 the state boosted your income tax now one ot the highest state tax bites in the Your total sales tax bill has skyrocket ed from million five years ago to million today And youre being asked to approve still another tax z tax that would give us the highest gasoline tax in the midwest Hard to believe in a state long famous for it3 commonsense payas philosophy What would you be paying for Youd be paying for the right to go into dfbt for the construction of rcw highways Youd be paying for a hastilyplanned crash program of highway building that isnt necessary weve already achieved one of the best road networks in the coun Youd be paying for Project Project 66 would cost million The interest alons would be million If approved the states indebtedness would be nearly a halj billion dollars For what For speeding up the highway building program by just six years may be at an unnecessary expense Did you know thai the states cash bahncs highway funds has never fallen below at any time during the past three years We have the money on hand to continue highway construction at the present ex cellent rate We certainiy dont need to borrow it We cant borrow it with a clear con science Not unless a dummy corporation is setup to float bond issues our constitu tion limits state debt to Tba Wisconsin Freeway Development Com mission would use the funds of the dum my corporation to build the roads then rent them to the Highway Commission You would pay thafc rent in the f onfi of increased taxes Dont you think youre paying enough already Think about this new tax referendum Discuss it with your friends and family Decide for yourself Just how worth while is it Then vote NO to a higher gas ta VOTE NO TO A HIGHER GAS TAX APRIL 7 Sunray DX Oil Company 2 i
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