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   Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - November 5, 1962, Madison, Wisconsin                                PAGE 6 SECTION 2 DIAL Alpine 63111 Si uf JkuJ Wghf Desis Now Eyeing a Lucy Replacement By EARL WILSON NEW Lucile Ball may be having an addition 10 her family yep it looks like Desi Arnaz is marrying again Phoning Desi in Hollywood I asked whether hes Ruing lo nisrry Edie Hirsch recently divorced from the rich dogfnod dandy Clem ent Hirsch whos now romancingi Mamie Van Dorcn I think so replied siecp Facsimile Ballot Notice General and Referendum Election To the of Dane County Office the Cotuiy CtorJi ballot should not be marked In any other manner If the ballot be spoiled it must be returned to the ballot clerk who must Soon I asked 1 think lo said Desi Are you en gaged I think so Are you going to give me the story when you can say more than you think so I think It occurred In me that he might be answering with a phonograph record so I shot him a curve question Dors she have nn en gagement ring S H K DOESNT NKKD A R1MG hol lered Desi MT1LE BALI DESI AKNAZ Well thanks Desi I said I think so replied Desi Best Man hes too young i TOnAYS BEST LAUGH I It was rnv Cuban hourso then have a nPal hnok I got nn exclusive interview wihack Herhert tnat me in Castro who by the way is whcre r sPerld vaca cleanshaven and just loves lionns W bankbook America WISH ID SAID THAT A wom HoWd you like Kennedy Mrian make a verv Caslro I asked him astronaut After two orhits shed Greal And hack to spe if shed Ulrned Stinks 1 oven In fact lies a great guy EARLS PKARIS More people Joe Castro onreuponatime live to a ripe nd age if friend of Doris Duke now pianistthey didnt have to work so hard conductor ot Tony Martins showto provide for it at the Arwrieana Hoyal Box j Comic Woody Allen admits hes n shy and Miiquctoastish For in Director Billy Wilder was asked J L c Qnro I Anoo frmH m tin a Notice Is hereby given that a General and Referendum Election Is to he held in the several towns wards villages election precincts in the county of Dane on the 6th day of November 1962 at which the officers named below are to be chosen The namei of the candidates for each office to he voted for whose nominations have ben 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 lo a vote in the sample ballot below INFORMATION TO VOTERS The following instructions are given for the information 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 musl 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 Hooth or compartment and prepare the same for veiling A ballol cierk may inform the voter as lo the proper manner of marking a ballot but he must not advise or in dicate in any manner whom to vote for istance I once tried to tip a proc at a preview and as Herb Stein tells he capsulecritiqued I Innked at my watch at midnight and it was only 9 oclock The Midnight Earl Eddie Fisher dating Juliet Prowse helped Billy Reed pre celebrate his 52nd birthday CBS Jim Aubrey and Keefe Bras are romancing Eddie for TV Bert Tahr portrays the Lady publisher of a lurid mag azine in S J Perlemans The Beauty 4 other roles Hes now getting dress fittings Gore Vidal amicably exited as Otto Premingers screenwriter for the The cuss words nothin Vidals a won derful bright man and som I and well do business again says Otto Wm Gargan was honor guest at the Catholic Ac tors Guild dinner last Friday James sporting a 27G sable coat says theres only one duplicate Liz Taylor has it ess server shes going tram Cinema icope to stethoscope Paul Newman said he turned down a role as senator in the Mariner 2s Nearly HalfWay to Venus WASHINGTON WVThe follow ing report nn the progress of Mar iner 2 was released Sunday by the National Aeronautics and Space Ariministralion Mariner 2 launched Aug 27 js expected tn pas within 20onn miles of Venus Dec 14 Mariner at B am CST Sunday Distance from 217 MEN PAST 40 Troubled with GETTING UP NIGHTS Pains in BACK HIPS LEGS Tlrtdims LOSS OF VIGOR If you are a victim of these symptoms then your troubles may be traced to Glandular Inflammation Glandular In flammation is a constitutional disease and medicines that merely give temporary relief cannot be expected to remove the causes of your troubles Neglect of Glandular In flammation often leads to pre mature senility and to incura ble conditions The past year men from 1000 communities have been successfully treated here at Excelsior Springs They have found soothing relief and im proved health The Excelsior Medical Clinic devoted to the treatment ot dU eases peculiar to older men has a New FREE BOOK that tells how these troubles may be correct ed by proven NONSURGICAL TREATMENTS Thij book may your No obligation REDUCIBLE HERNIA i aminitli to imlld NonSHrttuI hin RECTALCOLON DISORDERS An otttn uicclitn with Glindulir in flMimatlon Ithtr of thtti dimmers miy trailed it hi tlnti you in rictlvlnz treit menu for Simtultr Inflammltlon miles Distance from Venus15037B33 n EXCELSIOR MEDICAL CLINIC miles Radio signal Mo good FIND GAS DEPOSIT MOSCOW CPU The Soviet Tass news ajirnry reported Sunj day that Russian geologists have IADORUI 1 Gentlemen Kindly ttnd it once I your sw FREE Boot 1 am lilirtitld In Hull Inlcrmition Plusi Chick In O o Cbndulv iminsmrtUo found a natural gas deposit he 1 jTOWC lieved to he the first heynnd thi Arctic circle in the Tyumen resruEJ gion of western Siberia VOTE SMITH FOR ASSEMBLY Central Madison OPPOSFS CITY INCOME TAX WILL WORK FOR PROTECTION OF CITIZENS PROPERTY RIGHTS VOTE SMITH FOR ASSEMBLY Authorized cad ptld tar by County HepubUcin Club John treasurer ar South St Wls issue another in its stead but tiot 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 voter 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 bf seen but so that the printed indorsements and signatures of the ballot clerks on the outside may be seen Then the voter should pass out of the booth or compartment give his name to the Inspector In I charge of the ballot box hand him his ballot to be placed in the box and pasj out rf the voting place A voter who declares to the presiding officer that he is unable to read or that by reason of physical disability he is unable to mark his ballot can have assistance of 2 election officers in marking same to be chosen by the voter and if he declares that he is visually handicapped he may have anyone assist him in marking his ballot or operating a voting machine The presiding officer may adjninister an oath in his discretion as to such persons dis ability The following is a facsimile of the official ballot OTTO FESTGE Dane County Clerk Pub WSJ CT Oct 22 29 and Nov 5 1962 DANE COUNTY POLLING PLACES TOWNS Opening Clolnj AM PM Hall Hall New HalfWay School 9 Black Telephone Bldg9 Blooming Park Community Bldg9 Blue Horeb Village Hall 9 Hall 9 Hall 9 Hall 9 Cottage Hall 9 Cross Garage 9 Hall 9 Hall 9 Garage9 Hall 9 Hall 9 Pet Town Hall 8 2nd Pet Bldg 35 Univ Houses 8 OFFICIAL BALLOT If you desire to vote for an entire party ticket for state congressional legislative and county offices make a cross X or other mark in the circle O under the party designation at the head of the ballot If you desire to vote for particular persons without regard to party mark 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 name that you wish to vote for in the proper place INDEPENDENT DEMOCRAT REPUBLICAN For Governor PHILIP G KUEHN For Governor For Governor JOHN W REYNOLDS ADOLF W1GGERT Seeioliit labor Parly Lieutenant Governor JACK OLSON Lieutenant Governor DAVID CARLEY Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State GERALD HUMPHREY Secretary of State II ROBERT C ZIMMERMAN Secretary of State State Treasurer JOHN SCHNEIDER State Treasurer DENA A SMITH State Treasurer Attorney General WILLIAM H EVANS j Attorney General GEORGE THOMPSON 1 Attorney General United States Senator GAYLORD NELSON United States Senator ALEXANDER WILEY United States senator GEORGIA COZZINI Socialist Labor Party WILLIAM OSSOBNE HART WAYNE P LEVERENZ jj Seeiallrt WorVtri Pjrty Representative In Congress 2nd District Representative in Congress 2nd District Representative in Congress IVAN H KINDSCHI ROBERT W KASTENMELER State FRED A RISSER State DONALD I HOVDE jj State Senator Member of Assembly 3rd Dist ROBERT O ITEHLING I Member of Assembly 3rd Dist MICHAEL B TORPHY JR Member of Assembly County Clerk II MARGARET H LARSON County Clerk OTTO FESTGE County Clerk County Treasurer JOHN E WISE County Treasurer WALTER N SMITHBACK County Treasurer Sheriff VERNON G LESLIE Sheriff GEORGE E WALK Coroner JOHN W STEVENSON Coroner RUDOLPH R WEGERT Clerk of Circuit Court JEAN E JOHNSON Clerk of Circuit Court LOUANNE R KELL1HER Clerk of Circuit Court District Attorney District Attorney WILLIAM D BYHNE District Attorney RUSSELL J Register of Deeds Register of Deeds HAROLD K HILL Register of Deeds ERDMAN H PANKOW Surveyor ALEX W ELY Surveyor j ANTHONY D THOUSAND Hali 9 Hall 9 Garage 8 Garage 9 Village Hall 9 Hall 9 Pleasant Hall 9 Garage 9 Hall 9 Hall 9 Hall 9 Hall 9 Sun Hall 9 Haft 9 Garage 9 Hall at Norway Grove 9 Hall 9 Halt Mueller Road 9 Hall9 VILLAGES 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 30 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Hall 900 JifJt Earth Office 3ue Hall Building Hall Cottage Hall Cross Station Hall Hail vlaple Hall 7 00 Room Fire Station vlazomanie Hall 1st Pet Monona Grove High School 2nd Pet Monona Village 3rd Pet Maywood 800 4th Pet Nichols School vlt Hall horewood Hall Station CITIES Building un SAMPLE OFFICIAL REFERENDUM BALLOT If you desire to vote for any question make a cross X ot other mark in the square after the underneath such question if you desire to vote against any question make A cross X or other mark in the squareafter the word underneath such question 1 Shall section 3 of article IV of the state constitution amended to strike the exclusion of Indians not from the description of persons to be counted in the population for appor tionment purposes YES n NO 2 Shall article IV section 23 and article VI section 4 be amended to authorize the legislature to provide for the election of a chief executive officer for a 4year term In counties with a population of 500000 or more who shall exercise such administration powers U the legislature shall prescribe YES n NO 2a Shall article IV section 23a te created to require that la counties with a population of 500000 or more resolutions ordinances of the county board must be submitted to a chief execu tive officer for his approval or veto YES NO n 3 Shall chapter 812 of the laws of 1981 entitled An acr relating to the privilege ot voting for presidential after from be adopted YT5S n NO 26th Senatorial District is composed of the 1st 2nd and 3rd Assembly Districts all of the City of Madison except the 21st and 22nd Wards 3rd Assembly District Candidates are on ballot Other Assembly Candidates are as follows DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN 1st Assembly District Norman C Anderson Samuel L Brugger 2nd Assembly District Edward Nager Richard K Smith 4th Assembly District Jerome L Blaska Lloyd A Schneider 5th Assembly District David D OMaMey Mitford Thompson   

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