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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - March 27, 1972, Madison, Wisconsin FACSIMILE BALLOT NOTICE OR PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE JUDICIAL COUNTY SUPERVISOR AND REFERENDUM ELECTION APRIL 41972 OFFICE OF DANE COUNTY CLERK TO THE ELECTORS OF DANE COUNTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of a Spring Election to be held in the several precincts in the County of Dane on the 4th day of April 1972 at which the officers named below shall be chosen The names of the candidates for each office to be voted for whose nominations have been certified to or filed in this office are given under the title of the office and under the appropriate party or other designation each in its proper column together with the questions submitted to a vote in the sample ballot below INFORMATION TO ELECTORS Upon entering the polling place an elector shall give his name and address before receiving the ballot from the ballot clerk The initials of Z ballot clerks must appear on the ballot Upon receiving the ballot the electors shall retire alone to a voting booth and mark his 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 When casting a presidential preference vote the elector shall select the party ballot of his choice and make a cross or other mark in the space at the right of the candidates name for whom he intends to vote or shall In the alternative make such a cross or mark In the space at the right of no when only one candidate is shown on the ballot or none of the names shown jvhen several candidates are shown on the ballot or shall write in the name of his choice for a candidate At a nonpartisan primary the elector shall place a cross or other maik In the square at the right of the candidates name for each office for whom he intends to vote or insert or write in the name of his choice for a candidate If 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 elector 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 shown to anyone so as to reveal 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 endorsements and ballot clerks initials on the outside do show After folding the ballot the elector shall leave the booth give 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 unable to read or that due to physical disability he is unable to mark his ballot If an elector declares that he is visually handicapped he may have anyone assist him in marking his ballot or operating a voting machine The presiding official may administer an oath as to a persons disability following is a facsimile of the official ballot District Comprised of City of Madison DANE COUNTY SUPERVISORY DISTRICTS 1 1st Ward 2nd Pet Z Ward 1st Pet 2nd Ward 2nd Pet Ward 1st Pet Ward 1st Pet 3 Ward 1st Pet 3rd Ward 2nd Pet 4 Ward 1st Pet Ward 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet Ward 1st Pet r 5 Ward 1st Pet 5th Ward 2nd Pet Ward 1st Pet Ward 3rd Pet 6 Ward 1st Pet 6th Ward 1st Pet 6th Ward 2nd Pet Ward 1st Pet 7 Ward 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet Ward 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet S Ward 2nd Pet Ward 1st Pet WTard 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet 9 Ward 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet Ward 1st Pet Sth Ward 2nd Pet 9th Ward 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet 10 HOth Ward 1st Pet HOth Ward 2nd Pet Ward 3rd Pet 11 llth Ward 1st Pet llth Ward 2nd Pet Ward 3rd Pet Ward 2nd Pet 12 Ward 2nd Pet 18th Ward 1st Pet 13 Ward 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet Ward 3rd Pet Ward 1st Pet 13th Ward 2nd Pet 14 14th Ward 2nd Pet 15 Ward 1st Pet 15th Ward 1st Pet 15th Ward 2nd Pet Ward 1st Pet 16 Ward 2nd Pet Ward 1st Pet 16th Ward 2nd Pet 17 Ward 1st Pet Ward 1st Pet 17th Ward Candidates See Sample Ballot Clayton D Books George Young Jr Bert Hutchison Mello Stapleton David E Clarenbach Erdman H Pankow William J Calne Roney L Sorensen George H Elder Lester A Radke George H Reger Robert H Sachtjen T Griffitts Ellison Edward Handell Mary Kay Baum John J Fields 25 26 27 28 Margaret C Sadler John R Browning William E Simmons Guy Phillips Fred A Raemisch James E Pertzborn Rebecca Young James G Derouin Raymond D Nashold Robert B Smith Anthony Testolin Frank J Balthazor Sr William A Saxby Stanley Prideaux William E Sullivan 18 18th Ward 2nd Pet j0hn B Hicks 19 Ward 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet 20 20th Ward 1st Pet 20th Ward 2nd Pet 21 Ward 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet 21st Ward 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet 22 Ward 1st Pet 22nd Ward 2nd Pet 23 1st Ward 1st Pet Ward 1st Pet Ward 2nd Pet 24 Ward 2nd Pet Ward 1st Pet Ward 1st Pet 14th Ward 1st Pet Gerald M Kassalow Richard J Pire Richard E Ginnold Merlin L Redfern Edward V Schten Lester C Six jerry Fillner William H Voges Lowell B Jackson Elizabeth E Salmon Harry Epstein Mary Louise Symon District Comprised of City of Mouona 1st Ward 2nd Ward 3rd Ward Candidates Howard E Groth Arnold Wake Tn of Blooming Grove Theodore Cox Vi of McFarland Robert J McDermott City of Monona 4th Ward William G Lunney Edwin T Hickman John H Draxler Ray H Tanck Bennie Grundahi Merton Walter Tn of Madison City of Middleton Ward City of Middleton 1st Ward 2nd Ward Ward 4th Ward 29 Tn of Dane Tn of Middleton Tn of Springfield Tn of Vienna of Westport Vil of Dane 30 Tn of Black Earth Tn of Bine Mounds Tn of Mazomanie Tn of Perry Tn of Roxbury Tn of Vermont Vil of Black Earth Vil of Blue Mounds Vil of Mazomanie 31 Tn of Berry Tn of Cross Plains Tn of Springdale Vil of Cross Plains Vil of Mt Horeb Tn of Montrose Tn of Primrose Tn of Verona Vil of Belleville Vil of Verona 33 Tn of Fitchburg George T Burrill Vil of Shorewood Hills William T Stoneman Floyd Albert Henry E Wechter Harland F Dahlfc 34 Tn of Dunn Tn of Oregon Vil of Oregon 35 of Dunkirk Tn of Rutland Vil of Brooklyn City of Stoughton Ward 2nd Ward 3rd Ward 36 Tn of Albion of Dunkirk Tn of Pleasant Springs City of Stoughton Ward 4th Ward 37 Tn of Christiana Tn of Deerfield Tn of Medina Tn of York Vil of Cambridge Vil of Deerfield Vil of Marshall Vil of Rockdale 38 Tn of Cottage Grove Tn of Sun Prairie Vil of Cottage Grove City of Sun Prairie 1st Ward Ward 39 City of Sun Prairic Ward 3rd Ward 4th Ward 40 Tn of Bristol of Burke Tn of Windsor VU of DeForest 41 of Burke of Westport Vil of Maple Bluff Vil of Waunakee Lyman F Anderson J H Bossingham Carlos Martin Jr Quinn C Smet Irving Quam Sidney Scheldrup Carl N Simonson Russell J McCarthy Charles J Mueller Clarence A Severson Millard Erickson George E Seymour Donald Harbort James R Tierney Official Primary Ballot County Supervisor District Ward 2nd Pet To vote for a person whose name Is printed on the ballot make a cross X in the square after the name of the person for whom yon desire to vote To vote for a person whose name Is not printed on the ballot write his name in the blank space provided for that purpose For Dane County Supervisor GERALD T MAHAFFEY SALLY B STOEHR SAMPLE OFFICIAL BALLOT PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE VOTE Democratic Party MARK THIS BALLOT ONE SPACE ONLY You have one of 3 choices you may either Express your preference for DM of the persoa whose namw are printed on this ballot in that case make a cross or other similar mark ia i the space after that persons or Vote against all of the names printed on this ballot thus In fact pressing your preference for an uninstructed delegation from Wisconsin to the national convention of the Democratic party in thatcase make t cross or other similar mark in the space following None of names or Write in the name of mother person to become the presidential can didate of the Democratic party in that case write his name into the space following Writein EUGENE j MCCARTHY SHIRLEY CHISHOLM WILBUR D MILLS PATSY T MINX GEORGE S McGOVERN SAMUEL YORTY HUBERT H HUMPHREY VANCE HARTKE JOHN V LINDSAY EDMUND S MUSK1E I n fj a a a a a HENRY M JACKSON Ll GEORGE Q None of the names shown Candidate SAMPLE Vote for One DANE COUNTY Polling Places and Hours ALL POLLING PLACES MUST REMAIN OPEN UNTIL PM TOWNS Hall Hall Black Earth State Bank Meeting Room Blooming Grove1Thnrber Park Community Building Blue Horeb Fire Station Hall Hall Hall Cottage Hall Cross Hall Hall Garage Hall Hall HUH Hall Hall Garage Garage Mineral Pt Garage Hall and Garage Hall Pleasant Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Sun Hall Hall Garage Hall at Norway Grove Hall Hall Mueller Hall OPENING Road 00 VILLAGES Village Hall Q Black Village Office 9rjc Blue Village Hall gj Brooklyn Community Building Village Hall 90 Cottage Village Hall Cross Plains Municipal Building Dane Fire Station gi Village Hall 9w Village Hall 9 Maple Village Hall 7 J Council Room Fire Station sJ Community Building 9fl Municipal Building 9JO Mt Horeb Municipal Building g Village Hall 90 Village Hall Shorewood Village Hall 9 o Verona Public Library 9o New Municipal Building 9fj CITIES Middleton Wards City Hall 7 QO Wards 3 Middleton High School 1st W Monona Grove High School 7 oo 2nd A Monona Community BIdg 7 o 3rd R Monona 1st Floor 4th D Nichols School 00 Stoughton Wards Station Btdg 9 Sun Prairie Ward Elementary School Ward Elem School Ward Elem School Ward Elem School Please note All polling places close at pm Francis R Hebl Dane Co Clerk Pub WSJ CT Mar 21 Apr 3 1972 SAMPLE OFFICIAL BALLOT PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE VOTE Republican Party MARK THIS BALLOT IN ONE SPACE ONLY You have one of 3 choices you may either Erprew your preference foi one of die wfaoM printed on this ballot in that case make cross or other similar marie in the space after that persons or Vote against all of the names printed on Otis ballot thus in fact ex pressing your preference for an uninttructed delegation from Wisconsin to the national convention of the Republican party in that make a cross or other similar mark in the space following None of die names or Write in die name of another person to become the presidential can didate of the Republican party ia that cue write his name into the space following Writein RICHARD NIXON PAUL McCLOSKEY JOHN ASHBROOK None of the1 nanm Writein Candidate SAMPLE OFFICIAL BALLOT For Judicial Election Mark a cross X in the square at the right of the name ol the candidate for whom you desire to vote if it be or write any name that you wish to vote for in the proper place JUDICIAL OFFICERS for Tor Ceunfy II RUSSELL J MITTELSTADT A Nonpartisan JudiciaryHi ARCHIE E SIMONSON A Nonpartisan SAMPLE OFFICIAL REFERENDUM BALLOT If you desire to vole for question make a cross X or other mark in the square after the word yes underneath such question if yon desireto vota any question make i cioss X or other mark in the after word no underneath such question Question No 1 Shall section 23 of articlo IV of the constitution amended to the requirement thjt there be but one system of county government u uniform practicable with administrative exceptions and to tubstituta requirement that the legislature establish one or more systems of county YES n NO n No t Stall Kction 4 of article VT the constitution unenoVd to ooua tia having len than 500000 population option of tttuaiaf office of coroner or instituting mrffcal Kuminer lyitem to permit 2 or more counties to jointly fcubhite a medfcal enunfae YES n NO n Question No 3 Shall section 24 of article I of constitution be created permitting by law to authorize the use of public jchool buildings bf dvic ligious or organizations during nomcnool honra upon payment of reasonable compensation for tlw use YES D NO D Qaettiea No 4 ShaU 3 of articleX ol the comtituBon be amended to pennit legislature to authoriza release public school pupili during regular school hours for the religious instruction outside public YES n NOTICES ADVERTISEMENT FO BIDS Sealed Bids will be received by The university of Wisconsin Purchasing De partment 750 University Avenue Madi son Wisconsin 537M on or before March fi PM CST cover following Items specification it the above address 127483 AUDIO CONSOLE POWER SUPPIY PROGRAMMABLE CALCULA REFLECTANCE AC D2K9WGAS CHROMATOGRAPH R L Farnsworlh university Purchasing Administrator Pub WSJ Mar 13 J 20 1972 ORDER LIMITINO TIME FOR PILINO CLAIMS ON WAIVER AND DCTCR MINATIOH OF HEIRSMl WISCONSIN DAME COUNTY COURT PROBATE BRANCH In the Matter of Ihe Estate of MAT THEW LOMBARDINO Deceased A petition for administration of the es tate and determination of heinhtp of Mat thew Lombardlno Dana County Wiscon post office address 50 Whitcomb Clr MadHon Wisconsin having beer ITis ORDERED THAT T Creditors claims must bt filed on r before June 14 l72 or be barred 2 Heirship will be determined and claims will be examined and adjusted on June 27 1972 at the Dane County Court house in Madson Wisconsin at the open Ing of Court or thereafter Dated March IS 1972 By the Court Charles Jones County Judge Ela Christiansen Esch Hart fc Clark Attorneys One West Main Street Room 51 Madison Wisconsin S3703 Pub WSJ Mar 20 27 a April 3 ORDER LIMITING TIME FOR FILING CLAIMS ON WAIVER AND DETER MINATION OF HEIRSHIP STATE OF WISCONSIN DANE COUNTY COURT PROBATE BRANCH In the Matter of the Estate of LLOYD MOHR Deceased A petition for administration of tht es tate and determination of helrshlp of Lloyd H Mohr Dane Counly Wisconsin post oKlce address 3117 Oxford Road hav ng been filed IT IS ORDERED THAT 1 Creailors claims must be filed en or before June U 1972 or be barred IHeirship will determined and laims will examined and adjusted on June 27 1972 at Ihe Dane Counly Court louse In Madison Wisconsin at Ihe open ing of Court or therealter Dated March u 1972 By Court Charles Jones County Judge McDonald Parcel s Piper Altorneys U N Carroll Street Madison Wisconsin 53703 Pub WSJ Mar 20 27 t April J NOTICE OF HEARINO 17472 STATE OF WISCONSIN COUNTY COURT DANE COUNTY In the Matter of a Charsae of Namt for JAMES WILLIAM BEYER Notice is herewith given tnat at the resu lar term of county court of Dane County Wisconsin at the Court House In the City of Madison In MM County on the 2ptfl day of April 1972 at o clock m the forenoon or as soon as counsel can be heard mere will be heard and considered ths application of James William Sever James B and Elaine Beyer for permission to change tne legal name and desrsnitlon of James William Beyer to James Robbins Beyer and for con sideriTion and determination of any and an further mattes as may oerfjin thereto Dated this Kth day of March 1972 By the Court J Mitteltladt Judce Or Werner Lithrop Heaney Attorneys tor Petitioners P 0 Box Sftiw FreY Wiscon Pub WSJ Mar 20 27 April 3 1572 ORDER SETTING TIME TO PROVeT STATE OF WISCONSIN DANE COUNTY COURT PROBATE BRANCH In the Matter of the Estate of Frederick C Buege Deceased A petition tor the probate of the Will ind determination of helrshlp of Freder ick C Buege Dane County Wisconsin post office address 918 Emerald street Madison Wisconsin having been filed IT IS ORDERED THAT 3 All creditors claims must be filed on or before June 8 1972 or be barred 3 An claims will be examined and ad justed on June 20 1972 at the opening of Court or thereafter Dated March 8 1972 By Ihe Court Charles Jones County Judge Donald 5 Eisenberg A Associates Attorneys 324 South Hamilton Street Madison Wisconsin 53703 Pub WSJ Mar 13 20 27 1972 ORDER LIMITING TIME FOR FILING CLAIMS ON WAIVER AND DETER MINATION OF HEIRSHIP STATE OF WISCONSIN DANE COUNTY COURT PROBATE BRANCH In the Matter of the Estale of RUFUS L VALT3A R L MALTBA De A petition for sdmiristration of tht es tate and determination of lieirship ol Rufus L Maltha Dane County Wisconsin post office address Mayflower Drive having heen filed IT IS ORDERED THAT 1 Creditors claims must oe filed on or before June IS 1972 or be barred 2 Heirship will be determined and claims will be examined and adjusted on June 27 1972 at the Dane Couny Coyrl nouss in Madison Wisconsin at thi cptn g of Court or thereafter Dated March 16 1972 By the Court William C Sachljcn County Judge Vernon Molbreak Esq Atlonvy 110 E Main SI Madron WiS 53703 Pub WSJ Mar 20 27 4 April 3 1972
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