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   Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - April 1, 1963, Madison, Wisconsin                                PAGE 2 SECTION 2 WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL MONDAY APRIL 1 1963 DIAL ALptne 63111 French Miners Give De Gaulle Rough Time PARIS AP President Charles de Gaulle has given the back of his hand to a multitudeof problems ranging from Algiers to atomic armament and things have turned out his way Now however he seems to have come a cropper A month ago today 170000 coal miners walked out of French hearings will be In Council mini priMnl TM mttttri ben In CltY Hall at PM or Monday April 8 1963 before ttie Plan Commission where opportunity will be afforded to all Interested In being heard and on Thursday April 25 196 before the regular meeting ol Common Council at which time action on this ordinance will conWared AN ORDINANCE FILE NUMBER 5034243 By Committee ol the Whole Request of Planning Director An Ordlaince to create subsection R of section 1425 ol Ihe General Or dinances of the City of Madlion entitled Lines Established and being Zon piU which are by the government because the govern ment wouldnt meet their wage and hour demands They are still out The miners thumbed their noses at an order from De Gaulle himself to get back to w ork Such an order is called requisition ing workers and it is usually obeyed But the miners said they wouldnt go back until we get what we think is a fair deal C o m p 1 aining that they lag far behbd French industrial w o r k ers the miners nK want an II p e r DE GAUUJ3 cent wage increase now and a 40hour work week instead of 46 The government w ants to spread an 8 per cent wage in crease over most of this year It has not committed itseU on the work week The mine walkout touched off other strikes Electrical workers are in the midst of surprise strikes in which current is turned off at varied hours Gas workers are with them in it and have let pressure ic the mains drop Railroad workers have made a madhouse of rail transport with twohour strikes at the start of shifts Police Careful The pans metro subway sys tem is hit when the electrical strikes are called and parisians are getting edgy about that De Gaulle seems to be playing a gentler game than might be his wont In the coal fields people say the police and the riottrained CRS Republicain Security Corps are being extremely careful not to get rough with anybody So far there has been only one skirmish Ever then the police satisfied themselves with fighting ag all ol Court at Court House In the Cltv of Madison County of Dane State of Wisconsin commencing on the 23rd day of April 1943 at mo opening of Court on ttiat day or as sooi thereafter as said petition can M heara That the time within which creditors of trie deceased snail present claims ainst such estate for examination arid lowance hereby fixed ad limited up to and Including tht day of June 1543 That all claims against the deceased be examined and adjusted by the Court on tne 25th day of June 1963 at the opening of Court on that day or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard Dated March 22nd By the Court CARL FLOM County Judge G W Slanchird James T Conway Attorneys 11 North Main Street Edgerton Wisconsin PUB WSJ Mar 25 Apr 1 8 1963 part of the general chapter entitled ing and City Planning The Common Council if tne City of Madison io ordain as follows 1 Subsection H of section 1625 of the General Ordinances of the City of Madl son Is created to real is follows 1625 R The setback lint on the north side of East Broadway from Dutch Mill Road easterly to a point too feet east of Duvch Mill Road shall be as hartlnalUr described Commencing on the east line of Outlot M Msesiors Plat No 1 Town of Blaom a po rig tit Ilnt S feel north of angles to me north lug Grove at measured at right rightofway Una of new U S Hlchway 12 and 18 prelect f 942 thenco west on a line 53 eel north of and parallel to said north rightofway line to the west line o Lot 9 Assessors Plat No 3 Town of Blooming Grove the above lands being part o the Southwest of Sec tion 22 Town 7 North Range 10 East formerly Town of Blooming Grove now City of Madison Dane County Wiscon sin 2 This ordinance shill be in effect from and after Its passage and publication ELDON L HOEL Clly Clerk PUB WSJ Apr I 2 3 1963 to be heard are as follows 1 Petition No 710 Petition of Blork yen Research Laboratories Inc to the zoning classification of the following described land In the Town of Fitch from M Agricultural to CO Com mercial and Light Manufacturing District The SEU Sscllon SWW Section 10 the south MOfMlofthe west 1054 eel of the NEU NWVi Sec tion 10 a part of the SWV NWV4 Sec tion 10 described as follows nTYHi aec Mglonlng t leot front aJ point which Is east 301 Iron the west section line and north MO lee1 from the south Una of said SW2 NWJ thence on a line parallel to and dU lant 3C3 fei from tne west section line to a point which Is south 3J5 feet from thi north line of the tald SWVfc NWVu thenca northwesterly to the southeasterly line of the Fish Hatchery Road on a line which II prelected to thn center line of stld highway would Intersect said center a point which It south westerly 68 feet from the north of the said SWtt NW4 measured along sale center llnei thence along the southeasterly ol the highway 1c the west section line ti a point which Is north 1100 feet from the south lint of the said NVVV4 SWV4J thence s 40 E 3475 feet more or less to the point ol beginning the north 55 acres of that part of the NEVi SEW Sectlo east of the Fish Hatchery Road J Petition No 711 Petition of Andrew N Johnson U change the zoning classi fication of the following describee land In the Town ol Burke from A1 Agricultural to Cl Commercial and Light Manufac turing District A part of Outlot 138 Burke Assessors Plat No 1 described as follows begin ning at the northeast corner of said cxtlot thence westerly along the souther ly line of Highway 100 feet thenre oulherly on a line parallel to thn easl ine of said outlet 3S5 feet thence east ORDER FOR HEARING PETITION FOR GUARDIAN FOR INCOMPETENT State of Wisconsin in County Court Branch No I for Dane County In the Matter of the Guardianship ELLA DAVID Alleged to be Incompetent A verified pejitlon complying wltn the requirements of Section 31907 of the Wisconsin Statutes having been fied representing among other things thai Ella Davio residing in the County ol Dane State of Wisconsin is in need of a juardian of her estate and of her person Because of old age and forgetfulness and graying lhat Don M Daly or some other suitable person be appointed guardian of the person and Mtals of said proposec IT is ORDERED that said petition be before the Honorable Carl Flom County Judge of Dane County at the Court House In City ol Mafllson Wis consin on the llth day of April at oclock In 1he forenoon of sate day or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard Dated March 13 1963 BY THE COURT CARL FLOM County Judge Harry N Loeb Attorney 14 N Carroll Street Madison 3 Wisconsin PUS WSJ Mar 18 25 Apr 1 1963 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Slate of Wisconsin In Juvenile Court For Dane County In re GRANT DAVID STORKSON Grant David A Minor To Mrs Oiia B Storkson Last known address 169 Dunning Street Madison Wisconsin Notice Is hereby given that a verified petition Is being filed praying that the parental rights ol the parent Ona B Storkson of Grant David Storkson Grant David minor be termi nated on the grounds of abandonment upon which petition a hearing will be held jefore the Court aforesaid at the Court in the City of Madison Dane County Wisconsin on the 10th day ol April 1963 at PM In the afternoon r in case of postponement as soon hereafter as Court time Is available Dated March 22 1963 BY THE COURT ERVIN M BRUNER Judge of Juvenile Court UB WSJ Wiar 25 Apr 1 8 19W NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING SAME COUNTY ZONING COMMITTEE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the Dane County Zoning Committee will hold a public hearing in Rocm 207 County Court Branch 2 In the CityCounty Build ng Madison Wisconsin on Thursday April 11 1963 at oclock PM to consider the following to amend he county zoning ordinance A hearing will Inere be given to any person interest ed In any of Ihe matters to be heard Pe ORDER FOR HEARING AND NOTICE itate of Wisconsin County Court Dane County n Descent of Lands of CECILE SHOWN deceased nd Termination of Homestead Interest of CHARLES L BROWN On reading and filing the verified pell ion of Charlene Miller formerly Charlene srly i olhei back with clubs their handcuffs Test of Strength There are those who think that De Gaulle is waiting out the min ers in a final test of strength With warm weather and greater opportunity for development of hydroelectric power coal is not the immediate necessity it is in winter There are also those who spe culate somewhat broadly that the president of France wants to break the union of miners by mak ing them fail in their effort This seems unlikely De Gaulle has never made overt moves to ward weakening the unions but he has always resisted coercion It would appear he may not have bargained on such a tough stand by the miners They are the crux of labor unrest and the companion strikes are more a nui sance than a menace to the coun trys economy If the president has misjudged the miners they may have mis judged their adversary Nobody can remember when Charles de Gaulle gave up a fight irown representing among other hat Cecie Brown Village of Verona bounty Wisconsin died Intestate seized of an estate of Inheritance In as landsiifuafed in the State al Wisconsin described as follows towit Lot Two Block One Miller Addition Village of Verona County Wisconsin whereof li Is represented that this court las for the purpose of de ermlning the heirshlp and descent ol ands of Cecils Brown and the termina ion ofhomestead interest of Charles L Jrown therein IT IS ORDERED that said petition and matters therein be heard at a term f this court to be held at the courthouse n said county in the City of Madison commencing on the 23rd day of April 963 at the opening of Court on said day or as soon thereafter as said petl ioner can be heard Dated March 21st 1961 BY THE COURT CARL FLOM Jjdge Ela Christiansen Ela Esch Hart Clark Attorneys One West Main street Madison 3 Wisconsin UB WSJ Mar 25 Apr 1 t 1963 LEGAL NOTICES Sealed bid will be received by the State of Wisconsin Department of Admin istration Bureau ol Purchases and Serv ices Division ot Purchases State Office Building Madison 2 Wisconsin on or be fore AM April 17 1943 to cover the furnishing of FROZEN FOODS Inquiry No 14353N Specifications may be ob tained upon application to the Division of Purchases VI R RANK Chief Division ol Purchases PUB WSJ Apr 1 1963 ORDER APPOINTING TIME TO HEAR PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION AND HEIRSH1P AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF WISCONSIN DANE COUNTY COURT PROBATE In the Matter of the Estate ol BESSIE NOVAK Deceased A petition having been filed represent ing that Beule Novak late of the City of Warrenville DuPage County Illinois died intestate and praying that Letters of Administration be granted and for determination and adjudication of heir ihip IT IS ORDERED That said petition be heard at a term 3 tested ways to improve your memory Such statesmen as Winston Churchill owe much of their success to good memories VouT find 3 tested tech niques for improving your memory in Readers Digest Discover the amazing way a better memory can increase your selfconfidence in April Readers Digest now on tale PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF MADISON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Notice Is hereby given of Ihe appeal of he National Motor Inn Corporation by Raymond Dl Paglla President owner of the property at 350 W Washington venue and more particularly described as Lots 17 IB Block 57 Original Plat if Ihe City ol Madison wherein they seek j waiver of setback requirements from West Washington Avenue In order to al ow the building to tie erected approxi mately 92 from the Washington Avenue property line and to allow parking and other facilities in Ihe areas shown on he plot plan accompanying their appeal The foregoing application will be heard and acted upon at a special meeting of the Zoning Board of Appeals for the City of Madison in Room 202B CltyCoun Building at oclock Noon on April t 19U Signed JOHN G BARSN6SS Sec Zoning Board of Apoeals City or Madison Wisconsin 3UB WSJ Mar 23 27 Apr 7 1963 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Common Council of the City of Madison having before it for consideration proposed ordinance relating to Zoning ind City Planning Notice Is Hereby Given That public ORDER APPOINTING TIME TO PROVE WILL AND HEIRSHIP AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS State ot Wisconsin Dane County Court In Probate In Ihe Mater ol the Estate of ALFRED L HAHN Deceased A petition having been filed represent ng that Alfred L Hahn late of Hie Town of Vienna Dana County Wiscon sin died testate and praying that the Last Will and Testament of deceased March B 1949 be admitted to pro bate and that letters Testamentary or of Administration with the wilt an nexed be granted and for determina ion and adjudication or helrship IT IS ORDERED That said petition be heard at a term if Court at the Court House in Ihe City F Madison County of Dane Stele of Wisconsin commencing 041 the 16th day if April 1963 at the opening of Court fl that day or as soon thereafter as said petition can be heard That the time within which creditors of the deceased shall present claims against such estate lor examination and tllowance Is hereby fixed and limited p to and Including the 24th day ol une 1963 That all claims against thedeceased be examined and ad lusted by the Court on the 25th day of June 963 at the opening of Court on that or as soon hereafter as the matter can be heard March 2Jnd 1963 By the Court S Car Flom County Judge Donald M Ryan Attorney odi Wisconsin ub WSJ March 25 April 1 8 on a line parallel to the southerly Una of the highway 100 feet lo Ihe east line of said ay ounot thence northern to the peln 01 along said line 3S5 beginning 3 Petition No 709 Petition ol Stanley K Jacobson to change the zoning classt llcalion of the following described land In the Town ol Cottaga Grove from Al Agricultural to Cl Commercial end Light Manufacturing District A part of Ihe SEV4 SWV4 Section S9 described as follows beginning at 2 point on the south section line which is west 7735 feet from Ihe south quarter of said section thence N 28 E 444 62 feel thence S 37 E 13S9 feeti N 73 E 1731 feet thence N 37 W 233 IMt thence S J3 W 1731 feet thence S 41 W 57084 leet to the south section line thence east along said line 1906 feet to Ihe point of beojnning excepl right of way of Highway 1218 i Petition No Petition ot Royal J Lunde to change the zoning classifica tion of Ihe following described land in th Town of Pleasant Springs from Al Apr cultural to Cl Commercial and Llg Manufacturing District The east 12 acres of that part of th HE NWA Section 9 lying northerly Highway and west of County Trun 5 Petition No 713 Petition of Amer can Agricultural Chemical Co to Chang he zoning classification of the rollowirv described land In the Town of Roxbur from Al Agricultural to C2 Commwcl and Light Manufacturing District A part of Ihe NW14 SWVi Section described a follows beginning at a pol on the west section line which Is nort crly 15915 feet from Ihe southwest co ner of said section thence S 19 U2Steet to the westerly Hjht of way Hi of Highway 78 thence northeasterly alon said right ot way line 40S8 leet then N 19 W to the west section iln thence southerly along said line to Ih pclnt of beginning NOTE This parcel Is contiguous to C2 Commercial District In the Town DANE COUNTY ZONING COMMITTE ROMAN L SUITER chairman PUB WSJ Mar 75 Apr J 8 1JS3 ADVIKTItCMINT Special Equipment Grant Elementary School Madison School Addition Clly of Marihfteld Wisconsin Sealed will b Mrs Ca of Intenden ot Schools located at 1010 4th Ma irollne H Allen Secretary Botrd allon In office of The Super I ol Schools located et 1010 Eiit rshfteld Wise ui to Offer To Sell Friday March 29th the CAPITAL TIMES carried an editorial statement and map al leging that Henry Reynolds and George Hall were supporting the Monona Causeway be cause Reynolds Transfer and Hyland Hall owned property somewhere near the cause way following letter was distorted and buried in a two paragraph mention in Satur days Times It is published in full as a paid ad so Madison people may have the facts EditM CAPITAL TIMES Dear Mr Editor Yesterdays of the Capital Times included in ex tensive discussion of the of Menona Cauitwiy in your usual objective way We could net readily determine what the purpose of the article wai but we are grateful that it contained such an excellent map of the project We assume that you be cause of some unspecified benefit to property owners at both ends The Hyland Hall property is adjacent to Olin Ave and certainly close to the south end of trie improved route but this a mixed blessing because the heavy traffic will create great problems of entrance and exit The Reynolds property ii almost a mile from the north end of the Causeway and it is doubtful if its present or future value would be greatly affected by its completion The Hyland Halt property was originally purchased as a site for our operations It was voluntarily annexed to the city shortly after purchase and without any representations made to induce Unfortunately the development of the South Belllrne and Olin Ave intersection so affected the prop erty that we were compelled to look elsewhere under consid erable pressure when the disaster of 1958 destroyed our up town building At the present time the plot is rented tor per month It would be unfcrtunrae if some benefit to our 65 acre area would prevent your supporting this very necessary im provement since it might alio well benefit 60000 acres or more I have talked the problem over with my associates and as our contribution to removing at least one of your two very statesmanlike objections we offer the following solution We will immediately sell Ihe property to the Capital Times at a price to be established by competent appraisers You can then hold it for the expected increase in value sell it and apply the profit to any charity of your choosing I have made this suggestion to Mayor Reynolds with re spect to tne Reynolds property and he states that they are pre pareJ to apply the same solution This should remove the sec ond of these statesmanlike abjections These actions should eliminate al valid objections to the Causeway project and stimulate your vigorous support in a con structive way Madison needt this express route desperately and we are happy to assure its realization Very sincerely yours GEORGE HALL Authorized and paid for by Georoe Hall 3824 Cherokee Dr Madison TOON ailJIClUr IU PM CST on April 1C such bids will opened and publicly aloud for furnishing Installing furniture In Grant Elementary School and Madltbn Ek rrwnlery School Addition MarihlKId consln Proposals contract terms plans end specifications under which work will be are on file and may at Mluwing piscts 1 of Bcxrd of Education Marshlleld Wisconsin 2 Office of Louis C Klusscolt t Asso ciates Inc ArchllecSsEnfilnwrs ill Monroe Street Kalamazoo Mlchletn 3 Office of Louis C Klngscott It Asso elates Inc ArchlteclstnglnMrs 351 West Klmberly R o a u Davtnport Iowa where sets may obtained 4 Builders Exchange of Wausau 203 4th Street Wausau Wisconsin J F W Dodge Corporation 5415 Uni versity Avenue Madison Wisconsin and US E Wolls Street Milwaukee Wisconsin Builders Exchange 12IS West Wisconsin 7 Builders Exchange Main Strut Green Bay Wiscuuln I Mechanical Exchange of Madlscn 133 S Butler Street Madison Wisconsin 9 Eau CalreChlopewa Falls Builders Exchange South Street Eau Claire Wisconsin 10 Fend di Lac Builders Exchange Si South Marr Street Fond du Lac Wisconsin II F W Dodgo Corporation Merchan dise Mart Chicago Illinois 12 Associated Building Contractors 121 Seventh Street Reck ford Illinois 13 Builders Exchange 300 National Building Minneapolis Minnesota A Certified Check or Bidders Bond payable to Mrs Caroline H Allen Sec retary Board ol Education for the sum ol not less than live per cent of the amount ol the proposal will be re iJlred with each proposal conditioned to secure the Board of Education from loss or damage by reason of the withdrawal of the bid or the failure of the Bidder lo enter Into contract of performance M the bid be accepted by the Board The check or bond shall be forfeited If Con tractor awarded the contract falls to sign the contract and file necessary ir within 10 days after award o conl The Board al Education reserves the right lo accept or reject any or all pro posals and to waive Irregularities in pro posals No bid may be withdrawn for at least Insurance itract 30 days A complete list of proposed subcon tractors and the class of work to be done by each must be filed with the proposal In accordance with Section 6629 7 of Ihe Wisconsin statutes The list may not be adde3 to or filtered without the writ ten consent of the Beard of Education Subcontractors shall mean persons firms or corporations as defined by Sec tion d Wisconsin Statutes and Education irection of the oi Oy Caroline H Allen Mcrtiirv WSJ Mar 27 Ate I 1M3 HOTIO KWLIC The Common Ceuocl Madison Kevins before lion ar o the City of It for consider a ordlitence renting to Zoo Irg end City Planning Notice It Hereby Given that public hearings will be held In Council Cham In CityCounty Building it PM on Monday Acrll 8 IH3 the P leu w n r opportunity wil be lo ill mtemtcd In being heerdi gn Ttwrsde IN before the Ttwrsdey April IS re meeting tne Council at which time action on ihlt ordinance will be coniMered li l at South Highlands Avenue iixjtfn Dioner dnrttret the change In JJ EKionei order for I to divide Ihe property Into icntng An Ordinance to create Hiewcllon 110 of section XM ot the General Ordinances of the City of Mtdlion entitled Districts and being a pert of Ihe general chapter entitled lining end City Plan ing The Common Council of the city of lural District Al District Part of Lot 37 and Madison do oraaln as follows 1 Subjection 110 of section U03 of General Ordinance of tin City of Madison Is created to it follrn U03 110 Tht following described property li from Aorlcul jdded to ReiidJnUel Outlet B ol 1he Highlandi Plal recorded plt In Sac lion 13 Town 7 North I East Town at Mlddlelon and part ot Section 18 Town 7 North Range 9 El it Town of Madison iribrt fully as fol lows Beginning at a point In the limits line of Ihe City ol Madison said polnl being Ihe point of Intersection of the Northerly prolongation of a Une that Is parallel to amf 14 feet East ol measured at right angles to East line of Lot 37 of the Highlands Plat a recorded plat In parti of Section 13 Town 7 North Ran 8 East Town of Mlddleton and Section L Town 7 North Range 9 East Town ol Madison Dana County Wisconsin with the centarline of the South branch of Highlands Avenue is platted In said plat thtncs Northwesterly and Mtswina along the said centerllne to Us point of Inter action with a line that bears North 37 20 East from the most Easterly cor ner of Outlot C of said plat South 37 20 West 36884 feet to me South Una of tha said plat thence East 6n Ihe said South line to a pclnt thai Is 14 lee East of measured at right angles to East Una of Lot 37 of said plat thence Northeasterly on a line that Is par allel to and 14 feet East of measured at right angles to the East line of said Lot 37 and 14 feet East of measured at right angles to the Northerly prolongation of the East line of said Lot 37 to center of the South branch of Highland Ave nue and the point of 2 This ordinance snail be In effect from and after Its passage and publica tion and En accordance with the provisions of section 1422 of the Central Ordinances MM City i PUB WSJ NOTICE Of fUSUIC HKARINO Common Council of City of Msd or consideration a propaMd ordinance nltllng lo Zoning City Planning Is Glvw That public hearings will be Mid In the Cowncl Chambers In CityCounty Building al PM on Monday April t 1M3 bSfort Plan Commission opportunity will be to all nttresteTin heard on Thursday April K before regular meeting ol Com mon Council at which time action on Ihls ordinance will considered property la i located on University and cr BS area fronting on University Avenue the Al area fronting Country i Ida AN ORtilHANCE the General Ordinances of the City ol Madison entitled Districts and Map7 and ft 3 of the general chapter en titled Zoning city Planning The Common Council of Ihe City of Madison do ordain as follows 1 SubMCtjoni 113 and 4 General Ordl nances of the City of Madison atfd lo as follows 1401 111 The following described properly which was annexed to Clly of Madison by ordinance adopted on De cember 37 and which prior to Its annexnVton was loned County ft1 and which by said ordinance of annexation was zoned Temporary Residential B2 Is hereby added to ReslcMnllal BJ Dis part of tha Southeast V4 of Secilon 12 Township of Mlddlelon Dane County Wls insln described as follows Commencing at Southwest corner of Oullot 4 Assessors Pint No 1 of the Township of Mlddleton thence North y East a distance of 300 eat along the northwest of Outlot 4 to polnl of beginning of this description thenca South 4400 East feet to on Iron stake thence Southeasterly In a straiaht to a point on the Easterly of Out lot 5 of said plat which Is 2469 feel South westerly along said Easterly Ihe of Oullot S irom the Southerly right of way line of University Avenue ihtnce Northeast erly along said Easterly line of said Out 1 5 to the Southerly right of way line of lot University Avenue rig lUnl J way ilverslty Avenue also City Route U S Highway thence Northwesterly along the South right of way line of University Avenue to the Northwesterly line of Outlot 4 of said plat hence Southwesterly along the North westerly line westerly of said Oullot 4 2056 feel more or less to the point of beginning iSi2 The following described property which was annexed to the City ot Madi son by ordinance adopted on December 27 1W2 and which prior to its annexation was zoned Counly Rl and which by said ordinance of annexation was zoned Tem porary Residential Al Is hereby added o Residential Al District Part of Oullot 4 Assessor Plat No 1 Town of Mlddlelon being a part ol the Southeist U o4 Section 12 Township of Mlddteton Dane Counly Wisconsin more fully described as lollowr Commencing at the cormsr ol Out lot i Assessors Plit No 1 of Town ship of Mlddleloni South 48 Eett along the Southwest line of Outlot 4 distance ol 1045 feet to tne point of beginning thence North M East a distance of 2831 leelj thence South 00 East to the Southeast line of said Oullot 4r thence Southwesterly along sad Southeast line of Outlol 4 to tne corner of Outlot 4i to the point of beelnnlne merice tine Horthwejlerly 113 following described property which was annuxed lo the City ol Madi son by ordinance adopted on December V 1963 and which prior lo Its annexation Counly Rl and which by tald of annexation was zoned Tem Al Is hereby added Kjdenllal Al District Part of Outlot 5 Assessors Plat No 1 Township of Mlddleton lying In Southeast V of Section 11 Township of Mtddlelon more fully described fol lows i Beginning at Southeast corner of Outlot 5A Assessors Plat No 1 of Township of Mlddlelon Northeast erly a Ions tha Southeast line of said Oullot 5A lo the Northeast corner of said Outlot 5Ai thence Southeasterly paraliel to most Southwesterly line of said Oullot S to tho East line of Oullot s of said pi at thence Southwesterly lo Southeast corner of said Oullot 5 Northwesterly to the point of beginning 814 The following described property which was annexed to the Clly of Madi son by ordinance adopted on December 27 1962 and which prior to Its annexation was zoned Counly Rl and which by said ordinance of annexation was zonad Tem porary Residential B2 Is hereby added la Resldenilal A District Part ot Owtlol S Assessors Plat No Township ol Mlddleton lying In I ha Southeast al Sedan 13 Township of Mlddlelon more fully described as fol lows Commencing al the Northeast corner of Outlot 5A Assessors Plat No 1 of Township of Mlddleton which Is the point of beginning ol this description Southeasterly parallel to the most South westerly line of Oullot i of said plat to the East lint of said Oullot 5 Northeasterly along thesaid East Una of said Outlol S to a point on said East Una which Is 2332 feet Northeasterly along said East line of said Outlot S from the Southeast corner of said Oullot Si Northwesterly along a straight line lead Ing from said iiong a last n mentioned point to ward Ihs Northeast corner of that parcel of Outlet 4 of said pial described In the deed to Charles A WoehH and recorded In Volume 650 of Deeds 475 Document No Dane CounTy Registry to the point where said line lii ersecls the Northwesterly line of Outlet S of said plat thence Southwesterly along said Northwesterly line of Oullot 5 to Northwest corner ol Outlot 5A of said plat thence along Ihe North easterly line o said Outlet 5A to point of beginning 2 This ordinance shall be In effect from and after Its passage and publication and n accordance with the provisions of sec tion 1622 of the General Ordinances ot Cltv of Madison ELDON L HOEL City Clerx PUB WSJ Apr 1 2 3 1963 Facsimile Ballot Notice of Judicial and Referendum Election Office of County Clerk To the Electors of Dane County Notice is hereby given that a Judicial and Referenda Election is to be held in the several towns wards villages and election pre cincts in the County of Dane on the 2nd day of April ia63 at which the officers named below are to be chosen The names of the candidates for each office to be voted for whose nominations have oeen certified to or filed in this office are given under the title af the office each in its proper column together with the question DANE COUNTY POLLING PLACES TOWNS Opening Closing AM PM S 515000 STOCK AND FIXTURES IN THE SHORTEST TIME POSSIBLE Positively nothlnff to be moved to the NEW CARLSONS STORE In the Flore Shopping Center The present corporation will be dissolved on completion of thli Quick Cloteant at Wlnnebaeo Pinl Schlereth will be the tole owner of the NEW CARLSONS STORE Right now you save 33 to 50 and even more THESE ITEMS HALF PRICE AND LESS 29c ANKLETS 10 pr 39c CANDLES HALF PRICE ALL IIEADWEAR MITTENS GLOVES RIB BONS LACES SHELF PAPER BOYS PANTS BLOUSES SHOWER CUR TAINS FLOWER POTS LOADS OF TOYS AND GIFT ITEMS DISHES HALF PRICE People have faith in Readers Digest Read the Want Ads for Profit SAVE 33 AND MORE ON THESE ITEMS NOTIONS THREAD ZIPPERS YARN HARDWARE HOUSE WARES GREETING CARDS PAINT DISHES INFANTS WEAR SCHOOL SUPPLIES LADIES BRAS GIRDLES BOYS GIRLS SPORTS WEAR ARTIFICIAL FLOW ERS etc ONE THIRD OFF CARLSONS 5c to and Over 2509 WINNEBACO Free Parking In Rear THE END OF THIS CLQSEOUT SALE IS NEAR Hall Hall New HalfWay Prairie School Black Telephone Blooming Park Community Bldg Blue Horeb Village Hall Hall Hall brtage Hall Cross Garage Hall Hall 900 Hall Hall Hall Garage Garage 9 00 Hall b Garage Hall Pleasant Hall Garage Hail Hall Sun Garage Hall at Norway Grove Hall Hall Mueller Hall VILLAGES Hall Black Office Blue Hali Building Hall Cottage Cross Station Hall Maple Hall Room Fire Station Mazomanie Building 4th Wards Village Hall 2nd 3rd Wards Sauk Trail School 1st Pet Monona Grove High School 2nd Pet Monona Village 3rd Pet Maywood 4th Pet Nichols School Mt Hall Hall Shorewood Hal Station CITIES Station Sun Buiiding Publ WSJ CT March 25 April 1 1963 600 submitted to a vole 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 and residence wil receive a ballot from the baUot 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 ruarking a ballot but he must not advise or in dicate in any manner whom to vote for 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 insert ing or writing in the name of any other candidate A voter may vote upon a question submitted to a vote of the peo pie by making a cross X or mark in the square at the right of the answer which he intends to give The ballot should wt be marked in any other manner 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 tune is allowed in booth to mark ballot Unofficial ballots or mernoraadum 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 markedit should b folded so that the inside cannot be 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 in spector in 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 unablo 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 tho 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 pre siding officer may administer an oath in his discretion as to such persons disability The following is a facsimile of the official ballot OFFICIAL BALLOT For Judicial Election Mark with a cross X in the square at thej right of tie name of the candidate for whom you desire to vote If Jt be there or write any name that you wish lo vote for In the proper place JUDICIAL OFFICERS For Juitkt et MM Supramt Court BRUCE F BEILFUSS A Nonpartisan Judiciary Vol for HARHY E LARSEN A Nonpartiaan Judiciary n n For Circuit Judg Ninth Judicial Grail Branch 2 EDWIN M WILKIE A Noppartisan 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 1 Shall section 26 ot article IV of the state constitution be amended so that the legislature will be authorized to Increase the com pensation pair to justices of tha supreme court and judges of other courts during their term of office YES n NO 2 Shall section 3 of article XI of We constitution btt amended to clarify the language to base the debt limit lor all of far eminent on equalized value and to allow cities authorized to Issue bonds for school purposes to bond themselvM for school purposes up to 10 per cent of the total tax base of all territory included in the school system YES n n s Shall section 3 ot article IV of the constitution bo amended to that the legislature shall apportion the legislative it the second session following each federal census YES D NO OTTO FESTGE County   

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