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   Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - March 30, 1960, Madison, Wisconsin                                Dial Alpine 63111 WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MARCH 30 1960 SECTION 2 PAGE 3 National Nose Count Will Start on Friday Hie nation starts counting noses Friday About 160000 census bikers in cluding 101 in Madison will start rounds Friday which will take them to every dwelling unit in the U S It is the start of the U S Department of Commerce 1960 federal census the 18th de cennial nose count The director of the Second Con gressional district which includes Madison said Tuesday that the census in this distric should be taken with no more than the normal amount of trojble Over By Apr IS Alfred B Plaenert 4314 Som erset lane said tht job here should be over by Apr 18 Its quite a job in Madison and around Waukesha also part of our dis Full Tax Revision Unit Meets Apr 8 The 19m ember Governors Committee on Ta Revision will meet Apr 8 in the State Capitol t was announced Tuesday The session will open at 10 am tn the governors reception room in the executive It is the first meeting of tie entire com mittee for severil months be cause the three subcommittees have been working on individual repofts The tax distribution subcom mittee headed by Madison Atty James Doyle wvil meet at 10 am Apr 7 at the same location trict because of the many annex ations in those areas The eastern side of Waukesha county borders on the suburbs of Milwaukee and we expect to run into some prob lems there The district includes Dane Jef ferson Columbia Dodge and Waukesha counties Plaenert is responsible for 28 crew chiefs and about 450 enumerators According to his schedule the census here should he 25 per cent through by Monday night about 90 per cent done by Apr 12 and an extra week will be needed to catch the scattered people who are not con tacted the first time around As a matter of fact some cen sus counting will start on Thurs day night Transient guests in places such as large hotels mo tels and other accommodations win be canvassed under a differ ent procedure than the one used for regular households Persons enumerated Thursday night will be counted as part of the local population only if they have no home elsewhere Easy to Identify The census takers will be easy to identify Each of them will be provided with a red white anc blue identification card to be worn on the lapel This care bears the seal of the Depart ment of Commerce and the words Census Enumerator Official Credential are printed across the face Plaenert said advance notice on the census by newspapers radio and television will probably make he job easier He said that resi dents can speed up the big coun jy having their advance report formwhich was mailed ready when the census taker arrives I there is some trouble with the form he said the census taker will help the householder fill i out In addition at every fourth household the census taker wil leave a census household question naire which contains addhiona questions covering population anc lousing characteristics which are being asked of a 25 per cen sample of the population House holders will be asked to fill ou the questionnaire and mail within three days to the loca census district office Many Seek More people applied for the cen sus taker jobs than there wer jobs available Plaenert said In some areas four or five people applied and only one could be chosen However he said he ex pected some of the census taker to drop out and said that even those who failed to get the job the first time might be contactec if they were needed later In covering the 3V4 million square miles of land area of the 50 states the census takers wil travel an estimated combined dis tance of more than 1000 time around the world or about 2 million miles PROGRAMS Madison National Sales Executive club will honor these 14 and two other young salesmen and saleswomen at Welchs Embers Apr 6 The 16 were selected from among many participants in the 1960 Junior Achievement of them will be cited as outstanding Top row left to right are Mary Fredericks Lonnie Marvin Nancy Lewis Karen Ripp Mary Coogan and Arthur Wermuth Front row left to right are Fred McCoy John Kaiser Dick Pflug Jerry John son Fred Rikkers Mary Hoover Dennis Lar son and Tom Robinson Not pictured are Law rence Link and Joan Gorst Sales Executives Club Will Honor Junior Achievers The National Sales Executives club of Madison will honor out standing Junior Achievement JA salesmen and saleswomen at its Apr 6 meeting at Welchs Em bers Sixteen outstanding young busi nessmen and women were selected from the 1960 Junior Achievement program and will receive recognition from the club of Junior Achievements sponsoring organizations Of this group of 16 five will be noted as outstanding with one chosen to represent Madison in the district competition at Min neapolis on Apr 8 Winners at he district level will be entered in national competition sponsored by club to be held in New York in May For ever a year Junior Achieve ment clubs have been function ing in Madison as producing com panies selling stock and products in the Madison area The young sters learn business practices by setting up and managing separate companies each company pro ducing and marketing a product Sixteen companies were set up in the Madison area this year making Junior Achievements first year in this area an outstanding Oreboats Get Early Start on Great Lakes CHICAGO Inland Steel Co opened its Great Lakes shipping season Sunday two weeks ahead of schedule Company officials said that fa vorable reports on ice conditions in northern Lake Michigan led to the decision to send two Inland oreboats from their home port East Chicago Ind to the ore loading docks of the Chicago and Northwestern railway in Escana ba Mich The shipping season opened two weeks late last Weather permitting three other ships will sail later next week Inland offi cials said JUDICIAL DELEGATE AND REFERENDUM ELECTION APRIL 51960 OFFICIAL BALLOT Election of Delegates to National Convention DEMOCRATIC PARTY To vote for an entire slate of delegatesatIarge and district delegates committed to the same presidential candidate make a cross or other mark in the circle O at the head of the column under the name of the presidential candidate FOR DELEGATESATLARGE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION OFFICIAL BALLOT Election of Delegates to National Convention REPUBLICAN PARTY i To vote iot an entire slate of dclegatcsatlarge and district delegates committed to the same presidential candidate make a cross or other mark in the circle O at the head of the column under fthe name of the presidential candidate FOR DELEGATESATLARGE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION VOTE IN ONE COLUMN JOHN F KENNEDY Candidate for President H HUMPHREY Candidate for President O FRANCIS J A AUERBACH ROBERT TT A HABERMAN JOHN G KEITH C HARDDS 2UGENE M A HEIDENREICH GREGORY C H KnZMAN JACK T M McMURRAY IVAN A DAVID JOHN W W THOMPSON CLEMENT J W UELMAN Congressional District Delegates to Democratic Notional MYRON I J ANGUS J R JOHNSON DANIEL J MIGLAUTSCH LLOYD K PFANKUCREN 1 JOHH L A RIMER RICHARD M NIXON Candidate for President O JOHN W BYRNES GLENN R DAVIS HARVEY V mGLEY WARREN P KNOWLES WALTER J XOHLER PHILIP G KUEHN MELVIN R LAIRD FRANK E PANZER GLENN M WISE FRANCIS EVERETT YERLY Congressional District Delegates to Republican National Convention JACKS OLSON PAUL J ROGAN OFFICIAL BALLOT for Judicial Election Mark with cross X in the square at the right of the name of the candidate for whom you desire to vote if it be there or write any that you wish to vote for in the proper plact JUDICIAL OFFICERS far Judaw Superior Court Branch1 WILLIAM C SACHTJEN A Nonpartifan Judiciary JOSEPH W BLOODGOOD A Nonpartisan Judiciary Official Referendum Ballot If you desire to vote for any question make a cross X or other mark in the square after the word underneath such question if you desire to vote against any question make a cross X or other mark in the square after the word underneath such question Shall section 10 of article VIII of the state constitution be amended to permit the state to make appropriations for the improvement of port facilities D Yea D FACSIMILE BALLOT NOTICE OF JUDICIAL DELEGATE AND REFERENDUM ELECTION To the Electors of Dane County Notice is hereby given that a judicial Delegate and Referendum election is to be held in the several towns wards villages and election precincts in the County of Dane on the 5th day of April 1960 at which the officers named below are to be chosen The names of the candi dates for each office to be voted for whose nominations have been certified to or filed in this office are given under the title of the office and under the appropriate party or other designation each in its proper column together with the question submitted to a vote in the sample ballots below INFORMATION TO VOTERS The following instructions are given for infor mation and guidance of voters A voter upon entering the polling place and giving his name and residence will receive a ballot from the ballot clerk which must have indorsed thereon the names or initials of both ballot clerks and no other ballot can be used Upon receiving his ballot the voter must retire alone to a booth or compartment and prepare the same for voting A ballot clerk may inform the voter as to the proper manner of marking a ballot but he must not advise or indicate in any manner whom to vote for At an election for delegates to national conventions the voter shall select the party ticket of his choice and make a cross or other mark in the circle at the head of the column under the name of the presidential candidate of his choice At a nonpartisan election the voter shall place a cross or other mark in the square at the right of the name of the candidate for each office for whom he intends to vote or by inserting or writing in the name of any other candidate A voter may vote upon a question submitted to a vote of the people by making a cross or mark in the square at the right of the answer which he intends to give If the ballot be spoiled it must be returned to the ballot clerk who must issue another in its stead but not more than three in all shall be issued to any one voter Five minutes time is allowed in booth to mark ballot Unofficial ballots or memorandum to assist the in marking his ballot can be taken into the booth and may be used to copy from The ballot must not be shown so that any person can see how it has been marked by the voter After it is marked it should be folded so that the inside cannot be seen but so that the printed indorse ments and signatures of the ballot clerks on the outiide may be seen Then the voter should pass out of the booth or compartment give his name to the inspectoin charge of the ballot box hand him his ballot to be placed in the box and pass out of the voting place A voter who declares to the presiding officer that he is unable to read or that by reason of physical dis ability he is unable to mark his ballot can have assist ance of two election officers in marking same to chosen by the voter and if he declares that he is totally blind he may be assisted by any person chosen by him from among the legal voters of the county The presiding officer may administer an oath in his discretion as to such persons disability The adjoining is a fascimile of the official ballot TOWNS OTTO FESTGE Dane County Clerk DANE COUNTY POLLING PLACES Opening Cfosng School Black Earth Village Hall Upstairs Blooming 1st Grove High Sch 2nd pet Thurber Park Clubhouse Blue Horeb Village Hali Hall Cottage Cross St Marys School Pine Hall Hall Hall Hall 2120 Fish Hatchery Road Hall Hall Garage Village Hall Pleasant Garage 900 Hall Hall Hall Sun Hall at Norway Grove Hall Legion Hall DeForest VILLAGES Black Blue Hall Station Cottage Cross Legion Hall Maple Room Fire Station Hall pet Village 2nd pet Nichols Mt Hall Shorewood Station CITIES Sun Republish due to mechanical error March 31 1960   

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