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   Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1964, Madison, Wisconsin                                DIAL 2563111 WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL MONDAY APRIL 6 1964 SECTION 2 PAGE 3 Prince Hall Masons Condemn Wallace The Prince Hall Masons Capital City lodge No 2 issued a state ment Saturday condemning Ala bama Gov George Wallace on moral grounds The organization said that al though Masons do not engage In politics as Masons the iodge felt that it must speak out on Wal laces candidacy The appearance of the Ala bama segregationist Gov Wal lace In Wisconsin to campaign for votes is more lhan a slap in the face to the citizens of the Badger state It is like spitting in the face of the Jawabiding forwardlooking citizens of our traditionally progressive Wiscon sin the lodge said 20th Ward Group Supports James Gill A group of 77 voters in the 20th ward Friday announced its sup port of James C Gill for alder man in Tuesdays election Heading the list are Richard L Cates 5401 Hammersley rd Jack IDeWitt 5502 Tolman terrace Car roll Metzner 733 Huron Hill and Dean Kurt F Wendt 922 Waban Hill Others include Arthur Toweil 4126 Iroquois dr Jack Schutz 1208 Gilbert rd and Mr and Mrs Robert B L Murphy 806 Ottawa trail YGOP Proposes Sixth Star for MacArthur The Madison Young Republi cans club Saturday afternoon sent telegrams to Sens William Prox mlre and Gaylord Nelson and Rep Robert Kastenmeier urging that Gen Douglas MacArthur be given a sixth star by act of Con gress according to Howard Howe 4018 Lori circle Howe is one of the directorsat large of the group LEGAL NOTICES Sealed bids will be received by the State of Wisconsin Department ol Admin istration Bureau of Purchases and Serv ices Division ol Purchases Stale Office Building Madison 2 Wisconsin on or be fore PM April 17 19M to cover the furnishing of SCHOOL FURNITURE Inquiry No 13829S Specifications may be obtained upon application to ihe Dlvl of Purchases W R RANK Chlet Division of Purchases PUB WSJ Apr 6 1M4 State of Wisconsin County Court CIvM Branch Dane County TO NORMAN C CARNEY You are hereby notified that garnish ment has been Issued apalnst you and your property garnished to satisfy the demand of J J Saxe M D amounting to One Hundred One and Doltarr Now unless you shall appear In the county court of Dane C o u n i y Civil Branch located In the CityCounty Build ing Room In the City of Madison Wisconsin before the Hon William C a of said court or be fore any ludfls of said court tc whim the said action may be assigned for trial zccordlne to the law on the 22nd day of April AD at oclock In the forenoon judgment will be rendered against you and your property sold or applied to pay the debt as provided by Dated ths 2nd day of April 1944 J J SAXE Plaintiff By FORREST F BRIMMER Plaintiffs Attorney PUB WSJ Apr 6 1964 Wisconsin Conservation Department NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice Is hereby given by Ihe State Conservation Commission of Wisconsin on lit own motion pursuant to lections 2309 2701 and 2602 Wl Stats and section 227021 WIs Stats that It will hold a public hearing on Monday April 13 1944 pm In the offices of Ihe Wisconsin Conservation Depart ment Hill Farms State Office Building Madison Wisconsin on Its pro pscd rs regulating the use of Mate parks forests and state recrescllon areas A copy of the proposed rules may be obtained from the Conservation Di rector Wisconsin Conservation Depart ment Box 450 Madison Wisconsin All Interested persons or their repre sentatives will be afforded an opporluln ly at that time place to present facts views or arguments relative thereto STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF WISCONSIN By L P VOIGT Conservation Director PUB WSJ Apr a PROPOSALS FOR CITY PRINTING Staled proposals will be received at the office of the City Clerk Madlssn Wisconsin until 12 oclock noon Tues day May S 194 for the publishing of all ordinances orders and other offi cial notices for the City and tor the publishing of such proceedings of Ihe Common Council as said Council shall order snd require to be published for one ysar commencing June 1 1944 and ending May 31 1965 1st Insertion per line 2nd Insertion per tine 3rd Insertion per line For publishing the proceedings of the Common Council Includlnp the furnish inn of loo copies of such proceedings In pamphlet form on sized paper for the records per folio Including composition said proceedings to be published and de livered In pamphlet form to Ihe office of the City Clerk within fifteen days after being submitted for publication Send bids marked Bids for City Print ing to ELDON L HOEL Clly Clerk PUB WSJ April 4 1944 SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION NOTICE OFFICE OF STREET SUPERINTENDENT Pursuant to the Provisions of Resolu tion No 4403 adopted by the Board of Public works of the City of Madison and under the provisions of the Wiscon sin Statutes and the General Ordinances of the City of Madison YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to construct sidewalk hereinafter described In compliance wiih the requirements of the City Ordinance Governing such construction within TWENTY DAYS from this dale ami that if not constructed within the said twenty days the City of Madison will cause such sidewalk to be constructed and charge the cost thereof fo the prop erty in front of which he walk I slald and such cost unless previously paid will be collected as a special tax against the property In front of which the walks are laid The respective paresis In front of which said walks are to described as follows known as C F side of Norlhpot Dr Par cel No 24521 Marian S side of Northport Dr Parcel No 24222 Axel Lundstrom S side of Northport Dr Parcel No 243211 Monona Grove Construction Co S side of Norlhport Dr Parcel No 243481 Raymond G Peterson S side cf North port Dr Parcel No 24MU1 Plggly Wlggly Madison Co Inc S side of Northport Dr Parrel No 24JO3 Lillian E Scfineizer S side of Norlhport Dr Parcel No 24524 Kenneth Seemann N side ol Northport Dr Parcel No 2438B Trade Lake 1st Baotist Church S side of Norlhport Dr Parcel No 24502 Dr Ralph Ware N side of Northport Drive Parcel 2449 Ronald J Wilde S side of Norlhport Drlvo Parcel 2434AS Reason Council Action April 4 1944 By JAMES A BROPHY Street Superintendent W D SCHAEFER Sidewalk Inspector PUB WSJ Apr t 1944 constructed areiof April 1944 at Ihe openlna ol Court Ihe premises on lhal day or as soon thereafter as said petition can be htard That the lime wllhln which creditors of deceased shall Uosent claims and trapping Sdid hearing will be held In alt conn ties ol Ihe slate on Monday April 20 1944 slarllng promptly at pm in Ihe county courthouses wlln Ihe excep against such eslate for examination of the following counties li which allowance Is hereby fixed and limited Ihe hearings will be held at Ihe loca up to and Including Ihe 26th day ol June liens listed below i44 That all claims against Ihe deceased 1 be examined and adjusted by the Court on the 7th day of July 1944 Jl the open Ing of Court on that day or as soon Ihere ofler as Ihe matter can fe heaid Dated March 1964 By Ihe Court CARL FLOW County Judge Absrg Bell Blake Melzner Atlorney Madison 3 Wisconsin 14 N Carroll Street PUB WSJ Mar 30 Apr 4 13 1944 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PATROL BOAT MONONA WISCONSIN The Village of Morions will accepl sealed bids until AM Central Standard Time April 17 1944 for fur nishing and delivering to the Village of Monona the following One 1 Fiber Glass Patrol Boat equipped as per specifications Bids wilt be opened and publicly read aloud at lha Village of Mcnona Hall S211 Schiuter Road at AM Cen tral Standard Friday April 17 1944 Bid specifications may bti obtained from the Village Administrator at thg Vil lage Hall VILLAGE OF MONONA E J LOTTES Administrator PUB WSJ Apr 3 4 4 1944 ORDER APPOINTING TIME TO PROVE WILL AND HEIRSHIP AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE OF WISCONSIN DANE COUNTY COURT IN PROBATE tn the Matter of the Eslate of ANNA J HALBERT Deceased A petition having been filed represent ing that Anna J Halbert late of the City of Madison Dane County Wiscon sin died testato and praying that the Last Will and Testament of deceased dated August 2 1942 be admitted to pro bate and that Letters Testamentary be granted and for determination and ad ludlcatlon of helrshlp IT IS ORDERED That said petition be heard at a term of Court at Ihe Court House in the City of Madison County of Dane State ol Wisconsin commencing on the 21st day ORDER LIMITING TIME FOR FILING CLAIMS On Waiver AND PROOF OF HEIRSHIP STATE OF WISCONSIN DANE COUNTY COURT IN PROBATE In the Mailer ol the Estate of FIORA K BOYC6 Deceased A pet I iion for probate or edmlnlslra tlon of the estate of Flora K Boyce de eased late of Ihe City of Madison Dane County Wisconsin and for deter mination and adjudication of helrshlp having been filed IT IS ORDERED That Ihe time within which all credi tors of said deceased shall present claims against such estate for examination and allowance Is hereby fixed end limited up to and Including Ihe 26lh day ol June Tha proofs of heirsrilp be taken and all claims and demands against the said deceased be examined and adEusted by lr3 Court on the 7th day o July 1944 at the opening of the Court on that day or as soon thereafter as the matter can bp heard Dated March U 1964 By the Court CARL FLOM County Judge Eal t Cooper Attorney 121 West Doty Street Madison Wisconsin 53703 PUB WSJ Mar 30 Apr 6 13 1964 Wisconsin Conservation Department NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS Notice is hereby Given Ihe State Con servation Commission of Wisransin on Its own motion pursuant to Sections 29174 2309 29085 and 227021 ol the Wlsconsir Statutes that It will conduct public hear ings on proposed rules establishing fish refuges game refuges closed ares open and closed seasons bag limits size llm Ils rest days and other conditions govern ing and regulating the taking protection development and use of fish and game lakes streams and other outdoor re sources In Ihe state of Wisconsin to con serve Ihe fish and same supply and In sure to Ihe citizens of the state continued opportunities for good hunting fishing All Interested persons or their repre sentatives shall be opporfjni ly to present facls vlcwj or arguments relative to the proposals under considera tion al such public hearings Copies ol such proposals may be obtained by writ Ing lo the Wisconsin Conservation De partment Box 450 Madison 1 Wisconsin Ashland County Mellen Rod Gun Club Mellen J Barron County Barron Senior Ulan School Barron Bavfield County Community Building Drummond ColumMa County County Administration Building Portage Dane County Dane County Fair Grounds Madison Dodge County Horlcon City Hall Horlcon Douglas County Superior Adult Voca tional School Superior Eau Claire County Little Theatre Wis Stale College Esu Claire Fond du tac County Elizabeth Waters School Fond du Lnc Green County County Agricultural Bldo Monroe Manitowoc County WOMT Town Hall Manilowoc Marathon Cotmly Youlh Building Mara thon Park Wausau Marlnette County Crlvlli High School Gym Crlvitz Menomlnee County Community Hall Keshena Milwaukee County Technical Building Auditorium Room T109 10 N 6lh St Milwaukee Oconto County Surlng High School Gym Suring Polk County Polk Co Cenler Building Balsam Lake Portage County Emerson School Audltorl utn Stevens Point Racine County Turner Hflll 1313 Lincoln St Racine St Croix County Community Hall mono Sawyer County Old High School Gym Hayward Sheboygan County Turner Hall Plym outh Taylar County Chelsea Conservation Club Chelsea Vilas County Sayner Town Hall fayner Washburn County Stale Expcrlmtin ora tion Spuoner Washington County Moose Lodge Wesl Bend Waupaca County Waupaca Sr High School Waupaca Winnebago County Winneconne High School Gym Winneconne Wood County Community Hall Arpln State Conservation Commission of Wis consln By L P VOIGT Conservation Director PUS WSJ Mar 30 Apr t 13 1964 OFFICIAL BALLOT OFFICIAL BALLOT Election of Delegates to National Convention Election of Delegates to National Convention REPUBLICAN PARTY To vole for an entire slate of delcgatcsatIarge and district delegates committed to the same presidential candidate make a cross or other mark in the circle 0 at the head of the column under the name of the presidential candidate FOR DELEGATESATLARGE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION DEMOCRATIC PARTY To vote for an entire slate of delegatesatlarge and district delegates committed to the same presidential candidate make a cross or other mark in the circle 0 at the head of the column under the name of the presidential candidate FOR DEIEGATESATLARGE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION JOHN W BYRNES Candidate for President O CATHERINE B CLEARY MARY B 1S1NG WARREN P KNOWLES MELVIN R LAIRD JACK B OLSON DANIEL S PARKER TALBOT PETERSON WILBUR N RENK DON P TAYLOR FRANCIS EVERETT YERLY Congressional District Delegates To Republican National Convention DAN W DRAPER CLAUDE J JASPER OFFICIAL REFERENDUM BALLOT VOTE IN ONE COLUMN JOHN W REYNOLDS Candidate for President C WALLACE Candidate for President O ROBERT L C BRUNZELLE WALTER J R DENNY SHIRLEY S T Dl VILIO FRANCIS J DUQUAINE RICHARD D K HERBSTREITH JAMES E C HUNT PETER J G JENSEN JOHN A KAUZLARIC LOUIS L KRUPA RALPH K M LACEY LESTER R C MATZ ROBERT W J OLSON GAYLORD A E OLSON MARGE A SEITZ ELLEN H L SHArJAR HENRY S M SWANSON WILLIAM J VERNE N SYENS GILBERT C J TESKE JOHN W EVA TRACZEW1TZ CLEMENT J N WHITE JR Congressional District Delegates To Democratic National DAVID O BACKUS JANET N A CASEY FRED A F JENKINS ELIZABETH M E KOEHLER If you desire to vets for any question make B cross X or other mark in the square after the word underneath such question it 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 ot article VIII of the constitution be amended to Increase the allowable state tax for forestry purposes from twotenths to onefourth of one mill of the taxable property of the state YES n NO D OFFICIAL BALLOT For Judicial Election Mark with a cross X in the square at the right of the name of the candidate for whom you desire to vole if it be there or write any Dame that you wish to vote for in the proper place JUDICIAL OFFICERS 2 Shall section 3 of article XIof the constitution be Amended to adjust the basis of valuation of property for debt limit purposes to compensate for the reduction in the tax base when and if certain personal property is entirely eliminated from assess ment and taxation For Jusflu of Ihe Supremo Court HOWARD H BOYLE JR A Nonpartisan Judiciary HORACE W WILKIE A Nonpartisan Judiciary Volt tor YES n n 3 Shall section I of article XII of the state constitution be amended to permit the inclusion of several reasonably related Items in a single proposition when submitting proposed consti tutional amendments to the people For Circuit Judga 91 h Circuit Branch 3 MORRIS MALONEY A Nnrpartisan Judiciary D YES NO Do you favor a Ic per gallon increase of the tax on gasoline and other motor fuels to pay the principal and interest on money to be borrowed by a new state building corporation to speed up the construction of Wisconsin state and highwnyiS For County Judge Branch 5 D BYRNE A Nonpartisan Judiciary RUSSEIJ J MITTEISTADT A Norpartisin Judiciary lor YES NO D Facsimile Ballot Notice of Judicial Delegate and Referenda Election Office of the County Clerk To the Eleclors of Dane County Notice is hereby given that a Judicial Delegate and Referenda Election is to be in the several towns wards villages and election precincts in the County of Dane on the 7th day of April 1964 at which the officers named below are to be chosen The names of the candidates for each office to be voted for whose nominstions 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 logelhcr with the question submitted to a vote in the sample ballot below INFORMATION TO VOTERS The following instructions are given for he information and guidance of voters A voter upon entering the polling plate 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 pre pare the same for voting A ballot clerk may inform he voter as to the proper manner of marking a ballot but he must not advise cr 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 nrmpartisan election the voter shall place a cross or ther mark in the square at the right of the name of the candidate or each office for whom he intends to vote or by inserting or Titing in the name of any other candidate A voter may vote upon a question submitted to a vote of the ople by making a cross X or mark in the stjiiarc at the right f the answer which he intends to give If the ballot be spoiled it must be returned to the ballot clerk must issue another in its stead but not more than three in 11 shall be issued to any one voter Five minutes time is allowed n booth to mark ballot Unofficial ballots or memorandum to ssist the voter in marking his ballot can be taken into the ooth and may be used to copy from The ballot must not be hown so that any person can see how it has been marked by the oler After it is marked it should be folded so that the inside cannot e seen but so that the printed indorsements and signatures of the allot clerks on the outside may be seen Then the voter should ass out of the booth or compartment give his name to the nspector in charge of the ballot box hand him his ballot to be laced in the box and pass out of the voting place A voter who declares to the presiding officer that he is unable read or that by reason of physical disability he is unable to mark is ballot can have assistance of 2 election officers in marking ame to be chosen by the voter and if he declares that he is isually handicapped he may have anyone assist him in marking is ballot or operating a voting machine The presiding officer may administer an oath in his discretion as to such persons isability The following are facsimiles of the official ballots Otto Festge Dane County Clerk DANE COUNTY POLLING PLACES TOWNS Opening Closing AM Hall Hall New HalfWay Prairie School Black Earth State Bank Basement Blooming Park Community Bldg900 Blue Horeb Fire Station Hall Hall Hall Cottage ross Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Garage Garage Garage 900 Half Hall Pleasant Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Sun Hall Hall Garage Hall at Norway Grove Hall Hall Mueller Hall VILLAGES Hall Black Office Blue Hall Building Hall Cottage Hall Cross Station Hall Hall Maple Hall 7 00 Room Fire Station Mazomanie 1st Pet Monona Grove High School 7 2nd Pet Monona Community Bldg 7 3rd Pet Maywood School 7 4th Pet Nichols School 7 Mt Hoteb Municipal Building 8 Village Hall 9 Village Hall 9 Shorewood Village Hall 7 Verona Fire Station 9 Waunakee Library 9 CITIES 1st 4th Wards City Hall 7 2nd 3rd Wards Sauk Trail School 7 Stoughfon Fire Station Building 9 Sun Prairie Municipal Building 9 Publ WSJ CT March 30 April 6 1964 PM 00 00 00 00   

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