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   Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - March 31, 1969, Madison, Wisconsin                              WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL PAGE 4 SECTION 2 MONDAY MARCH 31 1969 Facsimile Ballot Notice of State Superintendent of Schools and Referendum Election April 1 1969 1 Office of the Dane County Clerk TO THE ELECTORS OF DANE COUNTY NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN of a spring election to be held in the several precincts in the County of Dane on Kit Istday of April 1969 at which the officers named below shall 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 underthe title of the office together with the quoitionc submitted to a vote in the sample ballot below INFORMATION TO ELECTORS Upon entering the polling place an ftlectov shall give his name and addvess before receiving the ballot from the ballot clerk The initials of 2 ballot clerks must appear on the ballot A ballot clerk may inform the elector of the proper manner for marking a ballot but he shall not in any manner advise or indicate for whom to vote At a nonpartisan election the elector shall place cross or other mark in the square at the right of the candidates name for evh office Towhom he intend to ote or insert or write in the name of his choice for a candidate On referenda questions the elector shall make a cross or other mark in the square at the right of the answer which he intends to give If the elector spoils a ballot he shall return it to an election official who shall issue another in its place bu not more than 3 ballots shall be issued to any one elec tor Not more than 5 minutes time shall be allowed to mark the ballot Unofficial ballots or a memorandum to assist the elector in marking his ballot may be taken into the booth and copied The sample ballot shall not be OFFICIAL BALLOT For Judicial nncl School Superintendent Election Markwith X iii 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 JUDICIAL OFFICERS For Justice of the Supreme Court CLAIR H VOSS A NonpaiisiUi Judiciary Vote lor One K HAROLD HALLOWS A Nonparfjsan Jucliciaiy County Branch V IX BYHNE A IVoiiparlisaii Judiciary Vote for One shown to anyone so as to reveal how the ballot i marked After the official ballot is marked it shall be folded so the inside marks do not show but so the printed in dorsements and ballot clerks initials on the outside do show After folding the ballot the elector shall teave the booth give his name to the insyector in charge of the ballot box hand him the ballot to beplaced in the ballot box and leave the polling place promptly An elector may be assisted by 2 election officials of different political parties in marking the ballot sif he declares to the presiding official that he is unable to read or that due to physical disability he is unable to mark his ballot If an elector declares that he Is vis ually handicapped he may have anyone assist him in marking his ballot oroperating a voting machine The presiding official may administer an oath as to a per sons disability The following are facsimiles of the official ballots FRANCIS R HEBL DANE COUNTY CLERK SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT For Stau Superintendent Vote for Orie DONALD P ANoupartisan Superntendnry WILLIAM C KAHL A Nonpattisan Supprinfeiidcncy D NOTICE OF REFERENDUM ELECTION April 1 County o Dane Department of Stale NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at an election to be held in the several owns wards villages and election dls of the County of Dane on the ftrst Tuesday of April AD 1969 being the First day of said month the following proposed amendments to Ihe Constitution of Ihe State of Wisconsin hsvimj been approved by two successive legislature will be submitted to a vote of the people pursuant to law Jt Res No 85 Deposited Feb Ji 1969 Ha 2 11H ENROLLED JOINT RESOLUTION To amend article IV sections 23 3a of the constitution relating to uni ormily of coarly cover nm en ttnd cop WHEREAS at the general session of he legislature in the year 1947 an amend ment to Ihe constitution was proposed by assembly ioint resolution 18 and agreed 0 bv 1 of the members elected 1 each of the 2 houses which amend lent reads as follows IV Section 13 The legislature hall establish but one system of town nd county government which shall be as early uniform as practicable except hat the requirement of uniformity shall notapply to administrative OFFICIAL REFERENDUM BALLOT DANE COUNTY Polling Places and Hours ALL POLLING MUST REMAIN OPEN UNtlL PM TOWNS OPENING Albion Town Hall Berry Town Hall Black Earth Black Earth State Bank Meeting Room Blooding Grove Thurber Park Community Bldg 9iOO Blue Mounds Mt Horeb Fire Station Bristol Town Hall Burke Town HaJj Christiana Town Hall Cottage Grove Town Hall Cross Plains Town Hall Dane Town Ha Deerfield Town Dunkirk Town Hall Dunn Hall Fitchburg Town Hall Madison Town Ha31 Mazomanie Town Hall Medina Town Garage Middleton Town Garage Mineral Pr Road Montrose Town Garage Oregon Town Hall and Garage Perry Town Hall Pleasant Springs Town Hall Primrose Town Hall Rdxbury Town Hall Rutland Town Hall Springdale Town Hall Springfield Town Hafl Sun Prairie Town Hall Vermont Town Verosa Garage Vienna Town Hall at Norway Grove Westport Town Kali Windsor Town Hall Mueller Road York Town Hall VILLAGES Belleville Village Hall Black Earth Village Office Blue Mounds Village Hall Brooklyn Community Building Cambridge Village Half Cottage Grove Village Hall Cross Plains Dane Fire Station Deerfield Village Hall Village HatJ Maple Stuff Village Hall Marshall Council Room Fire Station Mazomanie Community Bldg MaFarland Municipal Bldg lit Pet Monsna Grove HigK School 2nd Pet Monona Community Bldg 3rd Pet Monona Library 1st Floor 4th Pet Nichols School Mt Horeb Municipal Bldg Oregon Village Hall RccJcdae Village Hall ShorewoocJ Hills Blackhawk Country Club Verona Fire Station Waunakee New Municipal Bldg 900 CITIES Middfeton City Hall Stoughton Fire Station Sldg Sun Elementary School Wry4 Building Ward Elementary School Ward Elementary School Please note All polling places close at pm Francis R Hcbl Dane Co Clerk WSJ OT Mirch 31 1969 haracier conferred by section n upon e boards of supervisors of the several may provide or Ihe election at large once In every year of a chief executive officer In ny county with such powers of an dmrnlstrative character as they may rom time to time prescribe in accord nee with this section Section 23a Every resolution or ordl ance passed by the county board in any ounty shall before it becomes ctlvo be presented to the chief execu ve officer If he approves he shall sign If not he shall returnit with his bjeclions which objections shall en terei al large upon the journal and the board shall proceed to reconsider the mailer Appropriations may be approved in whole or In part by Ihe chief executive officer ana 1he part approved shall be come law and the part ejected to shall be returned In the same manner as pro vided for In other resolutions or ordi nances If after such reconsideration twothirds of the memberselect of the ioanty board agree to pass the resolution or ordinance or the pan erf the resolution or ordinance objected to It shall become effective on the date prescribed but not earlier than the date of passage followlnc reconsigeratlon In such eases the VoUi uf the members of the county ooaro shall be determined by ayes and and the names of the members voiins for or against the resolution or ordinance or the part thereof objected to shall be entered on the journal If any resolution or ordi nance is not returned by the chief execu to the county boaj3 at iti first meeting occurring not less than days Sundays e x c e p t e d after it has been presented lo him It shall become effec tive unless the county board has recessed or adjourned for a period In excess of M days m which case it shall not be effec tive without his approval Now there fore be it Resolved by Ihe senate the assembly concurring That the foregoing amend ment to the constitution Ts agreed to by this be It further Resolved That the foregoing amend ment be submitted to a vote of the people at the election to be held on the first Tuesday of April 1969 and if a majority of Ihe voters voting thereon approve this amendment it shall become a part of the constitution of the staleand be it fur ther v v KS any make a cross X or ither mark in Hie square after the word yes underneath sufih questionif you desire to vote against any question make a cross X or other myjcm the squareafter the word no underneath such question Number 1 fiaU mKoaS 23 Snd 23a atUde 1V of the constitution be amended to provide that the requirement for uniformity of county government shaU not apply to the admin Mtra iw ncans or exercising powers of a local legislaUve character conferred by the Constitution upon county boards and that the legislature yiay provide for ell counties to have en ofcctcci chief executive officer with veto power YES D D Nurhbar2 Shall section 7 of article VIII of the constitution be amended to permit the slafe to contract public debt limited in amount in order to acquire construct develop extend enlarge or improve land waters property highways buildings equipment or facilities for puttie purposes and eliminate reliance on the present method of financing such ex penditures through leases with dummy building corporations NOTE Adoption of this amendment would end the practice of borrowing through dummy1 building corporations S hadau outstanding indebtedness of Beginning borrowing through state public building corporations wouldbe unconstitutional j for the state program would be backed by the full faith and credit of the state YES n Number 3 Resolve That the of the rati fication of the forgoing amendment be stated on the ballot as follows Shall sections 23 and 23a of article IV of tfie constitution be amended to provide mat fhe requirement for uniformity of county government shall not apply to the administrative means of exercising pow ers of a local legislative character con ferred by the constitution upon counly boards and that Ihe legislature may pro vide for all counties to have an elected chief executive officer with veto EXPLANATION Effect of ratification A vote would require the legisla county ture for provide chief executive in svsry counly who would have veto power over resolutions and ordinances passed by the county board and would enable the legislature to provide that such chief executive officers In Hie vartauj counties have the same or ditierent administrative and supervisory duties where iiie exercise of powers of a local legislative character were con cerned Such elected chief executive offi cer wnn slmHar powers is presently per mitted only in counties of over 500000 population and presently has the powers set forth in Art IV Sections 23a Wis Const and Section 59031 Stats If the amendments are adopted the legisla ture could grant similar additional or lesser administrative powers to counly chief executive officers without uniform ity as to all counties A no vole would leave the present nniiormiiy of Hie system of county gov ernment unchanged counties of over 500000 population only Milwaukee at present would continue to hava an elected chief executive officer with veto powers and with extensive administrative duties now set forth in Seclion 59031 Stals County boards of supervisors in other counties would uniformly retain Ihe sole power to enact resolutions and ordi nances relative matters of a local legisla tive character urd liiose counties the administrative means of exerclslnc Dow ers of a local legislative characler wocid continue to be required to be as uniform as practicable for all counties Jt Res No 1A Deposited March 4 1969 No i ENROLLED JOINT RESOLUTION To amend article VIII section 7 of the constitution granting the state the au thority to contract debt and borrow money for various public purposes 2nd WHEREAS at the general session of Ihe legislature In the year 1947 an amend ment to the constitution was proposed by Assembly Joint Resolution 1 and agreed to by K majority of the members elected tn non of the 2 houses which menl read as follovis VI 1 Section 7 1 Tne feglj ature may borrow money to repel invasion suppress insurrection or defend we state In time of war but the money thus raised shall be applied exclusively to the for which the loan was author zed or to the repayment rf debt hereby created Any other of this comtitu Should vocational technical and adult education be controlled by the state and paid for ouf of state tax revenues NOTE Vocationaltechnical and adult education is now controlled locally and principally paid for from local nroperty tax revenues 4 Do you favor a program subject fo biennial legislative review of greater state aid to municipalities for accelerated water pollution abatement facilities through the issuance YES Do you favor a program subject to biennial legislative tfeview wliidi would expand tne state acquisition and development of 3and program for recreational purposes through he issuance of bonds YES the iggregate value erty In the or this lion to the contrary MtwIHntamllnf The ttate may contract and fe ftw payment fvll faith cradlt and taxlnt to qwlre comtrvct develop in or Improve land waten wayi ewlpmenf for public purposei b Tto piMk tracled by Ifw Hire hi any calendar year pursuant to a shall not en n amount equal the reiser of herefrom the amount at linking funds on hand on January 1 of such calendar year which arc applicable exclusive to repay ment of such outstanding public debt and b the outstanding indebtedness as of Jan uary i of such calendar year of any en tity of the type described in paragragh d to the extern that such Indebtedness i supported by or payable from pay ments out of the treasury of the state c The state may vootract puiic debt without limit lo fund or refund the whole or any part of any public debt contracted pursuant to paragraph including any premium payable with respect thereto and any Interest to accrue thereon or to fund or refund the whole or any pan ct any indebtedness incurred prior to Janu ary J itn by any entity of the type described in paragraph including any premium nayabfe with respect thereto any interest to accrue thereon d No money shall paid out of the reasury with eifict to any base Mib ease or other agreement enfcrai Into after January 1 to Wisconsin State Agencies Building Corporation Wis consin State Building Corpora lion Wisconsin state Pubic Building Cor poration Wisconsin University Building Corporation or any similar entity existing or operating for simitar purposes pur suant to which such nonprofit corporation or such other entity undertakes to financ or provide a facility for use or sccajisncy y the slafe or an agencyilepartment or instrumentality thereof e The legislature shall prescribe all malterj relating ta the contracting of ublic debt pursuant to ncluding the public purposes for which public debt may be contracted by vote of a majority of the members elected to each of the 1 houses of the legislature fhe amount of public debt which may be contracted for any class of such pur poses the public debt or other Indebted ness which may be funded or refunded he kinds of notes bonds or other evi iSice of public debi which may be issued by the stole and the manner in which the aggregate value of all taxable prop per centum of 11 propf the aggregate in fne sfate public rttd pursuant to is of January 1 itt That the question at ratification of the foregoing amendment be stated on the bnliot as follows Shall section 7 of article VIII of the constitution be amended to permit the state to contract public debt limited In amount In order lo acquire t construct develop extend enlarge or Improve land wafers property hflhwaya buildings equipment or facilities for public and eliminate reliance on the Dresenf method of Effect of ratification This referendum i advisory yes vote Indicates that the vo state control and financing of v technical arid adult education vote Indicates that the voter v tlon of present system o technical and adult cducalisii wl ing In part from stnte afds an erty in the stale shall be determined f The full faltti credit taxing power of the state are pledged to the payment of all public debt created on behalf of the state pursuant to mis lec tion and me legislature shall by appropriation for ttw payment ttw In terest upon and liiilments of principal of all such eras K the same foils due but In 3ny event suit may brought against the state compel such payment At any time alter January 1 by vote of a majority of HK members elected to each of the i Douses of Ihe legislature the legislature may declare trial an emergency exists and submit fo the people a proposal lo authorize me slate lo contract a specific wnount ot public dert for1 a purpoM In such proposal without regard fo Hml provided In paragraph Any sock trwrlratfen shall effective by a majority of ttw etectcrs thereon Public debt cwitracM ptmwnt such stall have beer to paragraph bet MBT iwf ftity fHMffC vflpf cwwfrvctav w WfTfl W SIKn ZWBMNT4V Ffl CttfRP provided hi twin om sech eetkerlaneii Mm in any Jyjsr period Now there fore be it by Ike semfe ceiKvrrlitg That the foregoirvj ment to the constitution is agreed to by this legislature end it further That trie tareeoini amend ment be submitted to a vote of tne poaore at Ihe election to be held on first Tuesday of April K f of tne voterc votbw this imendmenl It tnerl become pert of the constitution of the ttate i and It fur ther tures through leases with dummy building corporations NOTE Adoctisn of this amendment wculd end practice of borrowing throogl dummyoulidtng cor porations which K of had an outstanding Indebtedness of Beginning borrowing through irate public building corporations would be un constitutional and all bonds issued for the stare building program would be backed by full faith and cretj the EXPLANATION Effect of ratification Direct state borrowing for public 1m provements Is now prohibited by the Stale Constitution In order for Slate of Wljccraln to finance many ot its public Improvements or prefects such as high way construction building construction etc it is necessary to use private non profit building corporations The state pays for these Improvements by making rentalpayments for a period o years to the private corporations for the use of the Improvements When the cost of the im provement h recovered by the corpora tion the state retains fhe Improvement and Is not obligated to make any farther rental payments f Adoption of this Constitutional Amend mint by a yes vote will prohibit the state from further financing through the private building corporations and direct state borrowing to finance these public Improvements Adoption of this Constitutional Amend ment will authorize staia debt but will limit such debt to approximately five per cent of the value of all taxable property In the stale Jt Res No IA Deposited Marcl v Na 4 ENROLLED JOINT RESOLUTION Relating to an advisory referendum on stale aisiirriiite vocational technical and adult education costs Reiolvod by Th the assembly me senate concurring That there be submitted for advisory purposei only to voters of the at The April election question Should vocational technical and adult education be controlled by the paid for out of state tax revenues NOTE Vocational technfcel end adult education is now controlled locally and Klnclpally paid for from local property ax oniy A no from monies raised In trn district through fhe property tax Jt Res No 17A Deposited March 4 19i9 No S Irt ENROLLED JOINT RESOLUTION Providing for tn advisory referendum on water pollution abatement and outdoor resource preservation nnd recreational development Resolvefl by Ihe assembly the senate concurring That there te submitted for advisory purposes nv to the of the state at the sprlno to be held In April 1969 Ihe following 1 Do you tavur program subject to biennial legislative review of greater state lid to municipalities for accelerated water pollution abatement facilities through the issuance of bonds 2 Do you favor a program subject to biennial legislative review which would expand the state acquisition and develop ment of land program for recreational purposes through the Issuance of EXPLANATION Effect of ratification A yes to question number one would be advice to the legislature that voter favors Increase the pro i aids Which would nude available to d be postponed and spread period of time through the municipalities for the watT pollution facilities Payment for such aids would over a future p issuance of bonds The visw of the voters answering this question would not be blndTng upon the legislature but would be advisory only A yes voie to question number 1vo would be advice to the legislature Dial the voler favors a program which would expand the stale acquisition and develop ment of land for camping fishing hunt ng swimming and other recreational purposes Payment for such an expanded program would be postponed and spread over a future period through the issuance of bonds The majority view of Ihe voters aryvtrlng this question would not be winding upon the legislature but would be advteory only GIVEN under my hand and official ses at the Courthouse in the City of Madison this 21st day of March AD Francis A Hebl Dane County Clerx PUB WSJ CT March 31 1969 LEGAL NOTICES STATE OF SUMMONS WISCONSIN COUNTY Psntff COURT DANE COUNTY CATHY CAROL SHEETS TOMMY DALE SHEETS THE STATE OF WISCONSIN TOSAIO DErtHiiANT You hereby and re oulred to serv upon McAndrews Frlt sthkr ft Hunaittr plelntlffs wtWM addressh K2 5ovm Hfnllfof Street Madhon 51703 a msntf for copy ot cairwtalnt wlltihi after exclusive of tfw toto fust and In caw of your failure so to do ludgment will be rendered against you according to me cfemand of fhe com ptalnt APPROVED Ill CATHY CAROSHEETS Plaintiff tvj 222 South nan Street allyi Medlun Wlscomln PUB WSJ Mar 2 n Apr 7 ORDER LIMITING TIME FOR FILINO CLAIMS ON WAIVER AND PROOF Of HCIRSHIP STATE OF WISCONSIN DANE COUNTY COURT PROBATE BRANCH In the Matter o the EsrJle of SUPF V DAY Deceased A petition forrrobate of the C5lale of said deceased lab if the City of Monona Dane and for determi and edludlcatlon of hclrshlp hav ing been filed IT IS ORDERED That the time within which all creditors of said deceased shall present claims such estate for examination and allowanceIs hen to andIncluding Wt That helrship be determined and all claims and demands the said de ceased be examined end ad lusted by Court on dayof June at the opening of the Court en thai day or M soon thereafter n the matter can be heard Dated Werch 11 THE COURT CARL FLOM County Judge WHIInk and Thomtsun 202 Street Medison Wleconsin Sim Pub WSJ Merch 17 U 31 1M9 hereby f dine ttw fixed and llmitcJ up tltti day of June LEGAL NOTICES TIMB TO HIAR FOR ADMINISTRATION TO STATE OF WISCONSIN DANE COUNTY COURT PROBATE BRANCH VUUIXT In Matter of Estate of ROL LAND DEAN DEAN SUTCLIFFE Deceased A petition hiving been find represent that Rolland Sutcllfrt Dean Sulclifte lati of ttw City of Madi son Dane Counly Wisconsin died Intes tate and praying that Lelten of Admlnls ijlon be BraiHtd and for determination nd ad udlcallon ot helrsnip IT IS ORDERED That said petlllon heard at a of Court at the Couri House In City oi Madison County of of Wfs commencing on 22nd day of al Ihe opening of Court on that xday or a soon mereaffer as said petition can be heard That the time within which credilors of the deceased shf present claims against such estate for examination and allow Is hereby llxcd and limited up lo h That all claims against deceased be examined and adlusted by the Court on the 1st pay of July 1949 at thoopenlno of Court oiv that day or as soon ihere 05 mailer can be heard Dated March 19 f69 fly the Court CARL FLOM County Judge Thomas H Winch Atty Mazomante Wisconsin S3540 PUB WSJ Mar 24 Apr 7 1W Sealed Bids will be received by The Uni versity of Wisconsin Purchasing Depart ment University Avenue Madison llsconsln iM on or before April 7 jvAJ until PM CST lo cover foilow iveeadd available at the FURNITURE WOCD CASEWORK FORMICA D91M30 CLECTROMAQNETS R L FARNSWORTH University Purchasing Adminlsfralor PUB WSJ Mar 24 1969 ELECTION NOTICE Town of Madison NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an election will he held in the Town of Madison Dane County Wisconsin on April 1 ififig for he election of TownOfficers and a special referendum at the Town Hall 2120 Fish Hatchery Road Mad ison Wisconsin with the Polls to be open from AM to PM Upon entering the polling place an elector shall give his name and address before receiving the ballot from the ballot clerk The intials of 2 ballot clerks must appear on the ballot Upon receiving the ballot the elector shall retire alone to a booth and mark his ballot The ballot clerk may in form the elector of the proper manner for marking a ballot but he shall not in any manner advise or indicate for whom to vote The elector shall mark the ballot srindicated IE the elector spoils a ballot he shall return it to an election official who shall issue another in its place but not more than 3 ballots shall be issued to any one electorNot more than 5 minutes time shall be allowed to mark the ballot Unofficial ballots pramemorandum to assist the elector in marking his ballot rnay be taken into the booth and coejgrLjThe sample ballot shall notbe shown to anyone so asftreveal how the ballot is marked After the official ballot is marked it shall be folded so the inside marks do not show but so the printed indorsements arid ballot clerks initials on the outside do show After folding the ballot the elector shall leave the booth1give his name to the inspector in charge of the ballot box hand him the ballot to be placed in the ballot box and leave the polling place promptly An elector may be assisted by 2 election officials of different political parties in marking the ballot if he declares to the presiding official that he is to mark his ballot If anelector declares that he is visually handicapped he may have anyone assist him in marking his ballot The presiding official may administer an oath as to apersons disability The following is a facsimile of the official ballots REFERENDUM BALLOT vote onany question place or other mark in the squar beneath after yes if in favor of the question or place a cross X or othermark in the square after if opposed to the question m Assessor and Clerk for he Town of Hadison County Wisconsin be combined if one person is elected to both offices Yes No Q OFFICIAL TOWN BALLOT To for a whew printed on ttw bailor a crew X nanw trf t nanw trf the pwson for yhom you aWre to To veto far a person no mo is rot on the bollof write hii HARVEY E SO4MIOT Vote for SUPERVISORS Vole for Two HOWARD D FREDERICK DONALD C PKRSTORFF TOWN CLERK Vote for C BAMBROUGH F MEIER TOWN Vote for GLADYS G BEALE TOWN ASSESSOR ELMER C BAMBROUGH Vote for One MUNICIPAL JUST1CS Of PEACE Vote JOHN KASIMATIS Vote for Two ELMER L BEALE EUGENE M HATHAWAY TBOHAS J KRETSCJ51AN BARBARA J HANNA Clerk town of Madison PUB WSJ March 24 31 1969 i f I f ft r y j   

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