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   Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1953, Madison, Wisconsin                                DIAL 63111 WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL MONDAY APRIL 6 1953 SECTION 2 PAGE 7 Teenagers Run Police Car Off County Road Two Blanchardville youths aged 15 and 16 will be brought before juvenile authorities today on charges of drunken driving and underage drinking after they ran a police car qff the road near Mt Horeb Saturday night County Traffic Officers Mervyn Amble and Robert Waldron said the youths ran the police car off the road in front of Club 18 west of Mt Horeb The officers found a sixpack of beer in the youths car and the youths admitted drinking beer be fore they drove They will be ques ioned by authorities today in an ef fort to learn where they purchased the beer LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO BIDDERS STORM SEWER CONSTRUCTION Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Public Works at the office of the city Clerk in the City Hall MncUson Wisconsin until Mon day April 20 1953 at oclock AM for furnishing all machinery equipment labor and material neces sary to complete the construction of Storm Sewer and other Improvements 01 the following named streets in MiuUson Wisconsin The principal items and approxi mate quantities of work to be done are as follows DRIVE AND PORTER STREET STORM SEWER and lay 270 feet of 18 Storm Sewer and lay 298 feet of 15 Storm Sewer nnd lay 196 feet of IS Storm Sewer 3 concrete catchbasins STREET STORM SEWER nnd lay 700 lent of 18 Storm Sewer 2 concrete catchbaftins Work is to be done in arcorcrance wich plans end specifications pre SPRING IS HERE ITS TIME FOR PLANTING JUNIOR WIELDS HIS MIGHTY RAKE SIS WORKS AND NOW LETS HAVE AFRESH UPBREAK FIRST CHOICE OF THE CALIFORNIA WINE Worlds largest winegrowerproducer coop pared try the City Engineer and ap proved by the Common Council which plans and specifications are now on file In the City Clerks office where same may be examined by in tending bidders A blank form of contract and bond to be executed by the bidder and re turned with his bid will be furnished by the City Clerk and no bid will be considered unless made upon the same blanks as required by law Surety Companies approved by the Board of Public Works will be ac cepted in lieu of personal sureties Bidders who have not previously been awarded a City of Madison con tract shall before April 13 1953 for ward their qualifications to the Board of Public The rlsht Is reserved to reject any or all bids By order of the Board of Public Works Madison Wisconsin PUB April 8 and April 13 1953 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS SEALED BIDS will be received by The University of Wisconsin Pur chasing Department 428 North Mur ray Street Madison 6 Wisconsin until PM CST April 20 1953 for the furnishing and delivery of an Oscil loscope Specifications may be ob tained upon application at the above address L H Clayton Purchasing Agent FRANCISCO Read the Want Ads for Profit The following person has applied to the Town Board of the Town of Dunn for a Clasi B Intoxicatlns liquor license Art Frame tavern at the premises SEli Sec 26 Hy 51 Town of Dunn Robert F Green Town clerk NOTICE OF PHARMACISTS PERMIT Notice Is Hereby Given Thit tne following application for xa Phar macists Liquor permit has been fllea at the City clerks office for the premises as Indicated Daniel P McNarnara 1659 Sherman Avenue A W BAEE1S City Olerk Pub WSJ April 6 7 8 1953 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals will be received By the Board of Public Works at the of fice of the City Clerk In the City Hull Madison Wisconsin until MON DAY AFHIt 20 1953 at oclock AM for furnishing all machinery equipment labor and material neces sary to complete the construction as listed below PARKING LOT IN BLOCK 53 MADISON WISCONSIN The principal items ani approxi mate ouantltles of work to be done are as follows Excavation Cut 1643 CY Sand and Gravel Fill 1500 CV Concrete Curb 1300 LF Crushed Stone 1B25 Ton Bituminous Wearing Surface 35 Ton Sell Cent 3300 SY Work is to be done In accordance with plans and specifications pre pared by the City Engineer and ap proved by the Common Council which plans and specifications arc now on file In the City Clerks office where same may be examined by In tending bidders A blank form of contract and bond to be executed by the bidder and re turned with his bid will be furnished by the City Clerk and no bid will be considered made upon the same fls required by law Surety Companies approved by the Board of Public Works will be accept ed in lieu of personal sureties Bidders who have not previously been awarded a City of Madison con tract shall before April 14 1953 for ward their Qualifications to the Board of Public Works The right Isreserved to reject am or ell Wtls By Order of the Board of Public Works Madison Wisconsin PtTB W8J Anrll 6 and April 13 1953 State of Wisconsin County Court Dane County NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PROBATE OF WILL TAKING PROOFS OF HEIRSHIP AND TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of ANNA B CRANE ANNA E CRAHEN Deceased Notice is hereby given that at a term of said Court to be held Tues day the 2flth day of July 1953 at oclock in tne forenoon of said day at Court House In the City of Madison In said County there will be heard and considered The application of Mila Crane for the probate of the Will of Anna E Crane Anna E Crarfen de ceased said will belnadated the 24th day of October 1951 and for the ap pointment of executrix of the estate of snld Anna E Crane Anna E Crahen deceased late of the City of Madison In said County and for taxing proofs of who are the heirs of said decedent Notice Is further given that all claims against the said Anna E Crane Anna E Crahen de ceased late of the City of Madison in Dane County Wisconsin must be presented to said County Court at Madison in said County on or be fore the 2nd day of July 1953 or be barred and that all such claims and demands will be examined and ad justed at a term of said Court to be held at the Court House in the City of Madison In said Counts on Tuesday the 7th day of July 1953 at oclock in the forenoon of said day Dated April 2 1953 By Order of the Court George Kroncke Jr Judge Harrington Attorney State of Wiiconiln County Court Dane County NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PROBATE OF WILL TAKING PROOFS OF HEIRSHIP AND TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Fred Gerllng Deceaied Notice is hereby given that at a term of said Court to Be held on Tuesday the 12th day of May 1953 at 10 oclock in the forenoon of Mid day at the Court House in the City of Madison In said County there will be heard and considered The application of Curtis Drogsvold for the probate of the Will of Fre Gerllng deceased said Will being dated the 14th day of October 1949 and for the appointment of an executor of the estate of said Fred Gertlnsadeeeased late of the City of Madison In said County and for taking proofs of who are the heirs Of said decedent Notice is further tiven that all claims against the said Fred Jerllng deceased late of the City of Mdlson in Dane county Wisconsin must be presented to said County court at City or Madison In said County on or before the 2ud day of July 1953 or be barred and that all such claims and demands will examin ed and adjusted at a special term of aid Court to be held M the Court House in the City of Madison In said County on Tuesday the 14th day of July 1953 at 10 oclock In the fore noon of said day Dated April 2 1933 By Order of the Court GEORGE KRONCKE JR F D Shuttleworth Attorney PubWSJ April 6 13 20 1953 Wisconsin Telephone Company Madison Exchange Year 1952 INCOME ACCOUNT Exchange Operating Revenues 13018570 Operating Expenses JITS4089 Operating Taxes 782418 Total Operating Expenses Net Operating tmo63 NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL SETTLEMENT and Determination of Inheritance State of Wisconsin County Court Dane county In the Matter of the Estate of Faye Disch Deceased Notice Is hereby given that at a term of said Court to be held on Tuesday the 28th day of April 1953 at 10 oclock In the forenoon of said day at the Court House In the City of Madison In said County there will be heard and considered The indication of Harold M Dtich of estate of Faye pisch deceased of the City of Madison In said County Cor the ex amination and allowance of his final account which account Is now on file In said Court and for the allowance of debts or claims paid In sood faith Without filing or allowance as re quired by law for the determination of who are the heirs of said deceased and for the asslsnment of the residue of the estate of said deceased to such persona as are by law entitled there to and for the determination and ad judication of the inheritance tax if payable In Dated March 28 19S3 By Order of the Court OEOROE KRONCKE JR J E Kara Attorney PUB WSJ 330 46 413 19J3 NOTICE OF HEARING Application for Administration and Notice to creditors State of Wisconsin County Court Dane County n 2 of the Estate of Wil liam Stanley Sharen Deceased Notice is given that all claims against the said William Stanley Eharen deceased late of the City of Madison in Dane County Wisconsin must be presented to said Court at Madison in said county on or before the 20th day of June 1953 or be barred and that all such claims will be examined and ad Justed at a term of said Court to be held at the courthouse In the City of Madison In said County on Tues day the 23rd of June 1953 at o clock In the forenoon of said day and proof of beirshlp be determined Dated March 20 1953 GEOROE KRONCKE JRfjudte William J Coyne Attorney PCB WSJ Mar 23 30 Apr 6 1933 NOTICE AND INSTRUCTIONS IO BIDDERS Sealed bids wll ibe received for furnishing all materials and labor necessary to construct new concrete sidewalk to replace old concrete sidewalks to replace defective curb and gutter and to construct new curb and gutter The bid shall Include the furnish ing of all labor tools Equipment and materials necessary for the construc tion of concrete cirb and gutter In accordance with the specifications hereto attached A Surety Company Bond In the amount of must accompany each bid Bidders must present satisfactory evidence that they have been reg ularly engaged In the business of concrete construction and that they are fully prepared with the neces sary capital and equipment to con duct the work satisfactorily to the City Payment for the work shall be In eash based on all work entirely com pleted and finished on toe first day Of each month and payment will made on or before the fifteenth of the month following that in which the work was done Bidders may old on Both sidewalk and curb and gutter Items or may bid on either sidewalks or curb and gutter only No bid on either sidewalk er CUTS and gutter win be considered which lanot complete as to unit prices to cover all items listed under sep arate titles Sidewalk Construction and for CurB and Gutter Construc tion All bids submitted must Be made on the contract forms attached to ana made a part of contract documents and no bid will be con sidered unless made on said contract form fully executed as bidder and accompanied by surety company bond in the amount of Bidders who have not previously been awarded a City nf MadUon con tract shall before April 14 19J3 for ward their qualifications to Board of Public Works The City reserves the right to ac cept or reject either or both bldi submitted Bias will be received until 10 00 oclock A M on MONDAY ARIL 20 1953 at the Office of the City Clerfc in Madison Wisconsin BOARD OP PUBLIC WORKS Madison Wisconsin PUB WSJ Mflr 30 Apr 19S3 NOTICE OF TAKING PROOFS Or HEIRSH1P AND TO CREDITORS of Wisconsin County Court Dane County In theMatter of tfie Estate of Ed win Bret Hart Deceased Application tor letters of tesu mentary and for proofs of who are the heirs having been tiled in tbe estate of Edwin Bret Hsrt deceased late of the City of Mtdlton In said County and all tne heirs Bavlnc consented thereto In writing Kotlce hereby given all claims against tne said Edwin Bret Hart deceased late of the city of MadiMn in Dane County Wisconsin must be presented to said County Court at Madison in said County on or before the 19th day of June 1953 or be barred and that all such claims and demands will be exsm Ined and adjusted at a term of said Court tc be held at the Court House in the City of Madison In said Coun ty on Tuesday the 23rd day of June 1953 at oclock In the forenoon of Mid day at which time proof of helrshio heretofore made and admU sion to probate of the Will of said deceased be confirmed Dated March 19th 1953 Ey Order of the Court QEOROE KRONCKE JR Judge Spohn Ross Stevens Lamb and Pick Attorneys PUB WSJ Mar 23 30 Aar i 1983 SAMPLE BALLOT for Judicial State School Supt and Municipal Spring Election MADISON DANE COUNTY WISCONSIN April 71953 Instruction for Voting on the Voting Machine Move the Red Handle to the Right 2 Turn Down a Voting Pointer Over The Yes or No of Each Question 3 Turn Down Voting Pointers Over the Names CANDIDATE CAlJBBfcATI of Candidates of Your Choice Leave Voted Pointers Down 5 Move the Red Handle to the Left VOTtl AIOUT TO ClOSC CURTAIN Mixing th Handle Right If You Change Your Mind Turn UP a Voting Pointer and Turn DOWN Another for the Same Office Ai no voles are registered until the Rtd it moved to open the curtain you can make as many changes you desire while the Red Handle is et the right tide The machine is so arranged thai you can turn dawn only the proper number of voting pointers for each office you cannot spoil your ballot by voting for toe many candi dates Each candidates voting pointer it located just above the name a voting pointer mutt be turned down over the name of each candidate for whom you with to vole LEAVE VOTED POINTERS DOWN No one will know how you have voted because the movement of the Red Handle returns the voting pointers to the unvoted position before the curtain to ofien CO PITA IN CLOftCO VOTE ft VOTING VOTERS NOTICE REFERENDUM QUESTIONS OFFICES CANDIDATES REFERENDA Shall sections 3 4 and 5 of article IV of the YES NO constitution be amended so that the legislature shall apportion along town village or ward legislative lines the senate districts on the basis of area and population and the assembly districts ac cording to population JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT VOTE for ONE Timothy BROWN A Nonpcrtltan Jwdltrory JA Perry J STEARNS A Nonpqiiiion Judiciary 3 Superintendent of Public Instruction VOTE or ONE 3A George E WATSON A Nonparriian 5upirintentjenry MAYOR VOTE for ONE J 4 ALDERMAN VOTE for out 4A George FORSTER 5A John C Thomoi W TA66ETT TALURD YES NO Supreme Court and Cir cuit Judges elected to fill a vacancy to held office for full term Shall section 9 of article VII of the state constitution be amended so as ft provide that when a person is elected to fill a vacancy of a supreme court justice he shall hold offiot for o term of ten years and so as to provide that when a person is elected circuit judge to Ml a vacancy of a circuit judge he shall hold his office for such term as the legislature pro scribes for general terms for circuit judges under section seven of artiefe VII of eon stitution MEMBERsoF BOARD OF EDUCATION VOTE for THREE 7A SA 9A RoyW HtrbtrtJ Alexander H HUEGEl SCHMIE6E YOUN6ER 10 II SUPERVISOR VOTE for ONE 10A MA Arthur C O Emory KELSON OLDENBURG i JUSTICE OF THE PEACE VOTE for ONE John H BRANM The location of the offices will be the same in all wards Candidates1 names are arranged alphabetically on this sample ballot The location of the candidates names for the municipal office will not be the same in all precincts as they will be rotated in accordance with the law ALDERMAN SUPERVISOR The following candidates names for Alderman will appear The following candidates names for Supervisor will appear on the ballot in the various wards as follows on the ballot in the various wards as follows WARD 1 John C Taggett Thomas W Tallard WARD 2 Lyle R Andrews Duane Stellmacher WARD 3 Laurence C Gram Jr A William Johnson WARD 4 Noreen C Bengston Lawrence J McCormick WARD 5 John A Emmerich Carl H Wilhelm WARD 6 George H Elder Herbert C Schenk WARD 7 George H Reger John W Seymour Jr WARD 8 Joseph f McNulry Ivan A Nsstingen WARD 9 Walter A OLcary Michael T Whalen WARD 10 Ethel L Brown WARD 11 Edward W Kelienber Archie E Simonson WARD 12 William C Sachtjen WARD 13 Harrison U Garner Albert H Meixner WARD 14 Ed E J Feiler Norman H Moll WARD 15 Robert L Koob Paul K Lorenz WARD 16 Lars M Hanson Glenn L Henry WARD 17 Charles A Peckham Wilfred Woller WARD 18 Robert E Nuekles WARD 19 Donald W Aitken Alan Pete Nelson WARD 20 Carroll E Metzner WARD 1 Arthur C Nelson O Emery Oldenburg WARD 2 George H Harb Rodney V Lindgren WARD 3 John C Blanchar WARD 4 Gerald P Fruth Joseph M Geier jr WARD 5 E Larry Eberlein Hubert A Schneider WARD 6 George A Solsrud Hans D Sorenson WARD 7 Ralph E Moore WARD 8 Frank C Gugel Glen D Kusche WARD 9 Ernest J Burmeister Thomas B Coughlin WARD 10 Robert B Jerde David J Ohnstad WARD 11 Thomas J Hobbs Ivor C McBeath WARD 12 H Baird Tenney WARD 13 Ruth B Doyle WARD 14 Sherman C Karnes WARD 15 Robert C Buehner James R Lewis WARD 16 E M Lynch WARD 17 R H Gerry WARD Dana W Rockwell WARD 19 Conrad A Lewis Clarence E Nielsen WARD 20 John D Williams VOTING PLACES NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that the pells of laid Spring election will be open from leven oclock in the morning until eight a clock in the evening at the regular polling placet in Hid city viz FIRST WARD Precinct Library Carroll Dayton Sts en trance on Carroll St Precinct School E Gorham St entrance rear south SECOND WARD Precinct School E Gorham St entrance rear south Precinct School N Ingersoll E Dayton entrance on Ingersoll THIRD WARD Precinct Lutheran School Brearly and Jenifer Precinct Library 1249 Williamson SEVENTH WARD Precinct High School entrance N 5th at E Precinct School Johnson 7th EIGHTH WARD Precinct School 545 W Dayton Precinct Library Carroll Dayton en trance on Dayton St NINTH WARD Precinct 1 Longfellow School Brooks Chandler Sts entrance on Chandler St Precinct School Brooks Chandler entrance on Chandler St TENTH WARD Precinct High School Regent Ash en trance on Regent St Girls Gym Precinct School Regent Spooner en trance rear Chadbourne ELEVENTH WARD West High School Regent Ash entrance on Regent St FOURTH WARD Doty School Wilson Broom St Rear entrance TWELFTH WARD Sherman Park School FIFTH WARD Precinct 4 Fire Station Dayton Randall Precinct School 545 W Dayton SIXTH WARD Precinct School Thornton Jenifer Precinct 5 Fire Station 2137 Atwoodr The following candidates names for Justice of f he Peace will appear only in the 1st 5th 9th and 13th wards at follows WARD 1 John H Brahm WARD 5 E Larry Eberlein WARD 9 Alfred J Hopf WARD 13 O D Smart NOTE There is no election for evennumbered wards Justice of the Peace In THIRTEENTH WARD Precinct 7 Fire Station 2410 Monroe Precinct School entrance on Re gent St FOURTEENTH WARD Franklin School FIFTEENTH WARD Temporarily Lowell School SIXTEBNTH WARD Lowell School SEVENTEENTH WARD Plymouth Congregational Church Atwood Ohio EIGHTEENTH WARD Precinct School Precinct Nat Guard Bldg No 1007 Truax Field NINETEENTH WARD Midvale School TWENTIETH WARD Nakoma School A W BAREIS Clerk City of Madison OTTO FESTGE Dane County Clerk Pub WSJ and CT April 6 1953   

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