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Northern Lakes Advertiser, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1960, Rhinelander, Wisconsin The Northern A MERCHANDISING SERVICE OF THE RHINfiLANMfc DAILY NEWS s Advertiser SEPTEMBER 196d Poit Office Rural And Star Thomas Elected HeadofVilas Petroleum Group EAGLE RflER Officers of the Vilas County Petroleum Coun cil were elected and arguments were heard protesting any further increases in the state or federal gasoline taxes here Wednesday Rollie Thomas was elected chairman George Koller vice chairman and Carl Anderson secretary of the Vilas Petroleum which includes all retail gasoline job agents and other oil industry personnel in Vilas All are from Eagle A warning that attempts will be made by both the state and fed eral governments to increase the gasoline tax was issued by Paul assistant secretary of the Wisconsin Petroleum He pointed out that a typical Wisconsin motorist now pays per year in special state Stli federal fiutohlotlve eluding 10 cents on every gallon of gasoline He also revealed that if the fed eral government did not dlvtft to the general fund 40 cents out of every dollar collected in automo bile there would rtenty of money to complete the national system of defense highways on schedule without Increasing the gasoline The county organisation adopted a resolution urging Congress to allow the onedent tax on gasoline passed last October to expire as promised by Congress on June This would save Wisconsin motorists million a The resolution also protests any fur ther increases in state or federal gasoline taxes or any other auto motive A special tax committee plan to collect million in new taxes by imposing the states average real estate tax rate on the value of motor vehicles also was protested by the county Other services of the petroleum industry illustrated educational material for classes seven through over 100 films on every phase of the oil and the speak ers bureau were explained to the county Merrill Woolens Fabric Sale AT BOTH STORES EAGLE RIVER Yards upon yards piece after piece of wool fabrics direct from the mill to you in fleeces flannels coverts tweeds velours in endless All Fabrics 60 Inches Wide For Added Savings Plains Plaids Tweeds Stripes Herringbones ONLY Varying Yardages Lakeland High School Adds Three Teachers to Staff By CARL E1SEMANN Lakeland Administrator Three new members have been added to the Lakeland High School staff this They are Diane who will teach home economics Ethel girls physical and Ronald special Mortey formerly taught at Crandon High Returning from last years staff are Carl industrial arts Eugene music William science Mary Latin Mildred study hall supervis or Gordon industrial arts John social William social studies and coach James guid ance Laird English For rest English and journal ism William commercial Hazel librarian John mathematics and coach science and visual physical edu cation and coach Roger English and speech Hazel commercial Span ish and English Glenn mathematics and physics Charlotte English and art Irene guidance and mathe matics Donnafaye voice arid Carl Eisemann is district admin istrator and Donald Carlenius ad Per bushelJt is expected arrangements are made with the If it is necessary fof 8 boy or girl to leave at noon every parents are asked to contact the school Occasional requests from parents will be honored If a note is More than 60 boys turned out for The squad appears toJoe enthusiastic and The first game will be at 8 at Minocqua with Country Day furnishing the The activity fee for the year is which covers locks and insurance and ad mission to all school Nursery Buys Spruce Cones The Wisconsin Conservation De partment now is purchasing white spruce cones at the Hugo Sauer Nursery west of Rhinelander off County Highway The cones must be of good Qual closed and not conser vation officials The price paid for the cones is eight ministrative assistant and com mercial The school secretaries are Dor othy Roberts and Carol Helm the Maxine Mayo and Doris Loew the William Glen Tabor and Eldon and the Norma This year Lakeland students will operate on a split noon hour sched The first group those not in activities or halfcredit class will eat from 12 to and then report for study The other group will eat from to 1 Students will not be able to leave the grounds at noon except on Tuesday unless special parental that the cones will mature and open late this No white spruce cones that are open should be pcked as the seed then will have been This year the conservation de partment is not soliciting Norway pine cones as a good supply of this seed is on hand from previous as of a small amount of white pine at two dollars per bushel and Norway spruce at three dollars per bushel will be No cones of these species picked prior to 5 will be Further information on the cone purchase program can be obtained at the Hugo Sauer RUECKERTS SUPER MARKET FREE DELIVERY Twice Daily Phone FO 237U Plenty Of FREE PARKING IN THE MIDDLE OF THE CITY NORTH BROWN STREET AT THE FOOT OF THE VIADUCT OPEN DAILY UNTIL 9 OPEN SUNDAYS 9 TO 6 STEAK Swifts Premium Sirloin W 89 Swifts Premium TBonefir Porterhouse 98 SWIFTS Good Eating SIRLOIN TBONE STEAK WIENERS SPARERIBS 29 PORK CHOPS 69 289 Center Cut Armours Tin CANNED 68c Fresh GROUND Bratwurst and ITALIAN 59 Freshly Made POTATO Hills or Folgers Armours Star Miracle Whip SALAD Lb Sealcdln PEACHES Tropic Crushed PINEAPPLE Stokely Frozen ORANGE JUICE 5 Choice Cuts of BEEF Rib Half PORK Patrick Shankless Chop Suey or DRUMSTICK Delicious VEAL 59 Rib and Shoulder LAMB Choice or Medium BEEF QUARTERS Cut Wrapped at Lowest Prices Tom Thumb Cans FROZEN DINNERS t Chicken t Turkey t Beef Kach 49 Wisconsin POTATOES 50tb Sag 98 Dome Grown CUCUMBERS 5 Large Green PEPPERS 215 Florida ORANGES Albert Well Known Agent Retiring Albert 59yearold Wausau resident who is well in Oneida county as crimi nal investigator for the alcohol and tobacco tax division of the Bureau of Internal Treasury oaid his last official visit to this area over the who has been in the federal agency since will retire Wednesday after 35 years in federal Besides the 33 years he spent in the bureau he had two years of Navy duty during World War A frequent visitor to Oneida Johnson has worked with all law enforcement officials in this area ever since he was trans ferred to Wausau in He started with the bureau in Wash and then worked in a number of New England and eastern seaboard states before go ing to He also was sta tioned briefly in Louis before being assigned to the Wausau dis Johnson recalls that his work has involved the raiding of many illegal stills over the includ ing five unusually large stills Which were knocked off since the repeal of One of these big stills was being operat ed in the Lake Tomahawk vicinity and was moved to the Shawano area when operators sensed fed eral agents were aware of its Oneida county The Including trailed the still to the Shawano area and raided it there after it was put into Besides working on alcohol and tobacco tax Johnson has helped enforce the national fire arms act in this Johnson plans to remain in Wau sau and may take a sales tion Just to keep Me and his wife have five three Rent To Own Na obligation a buy but should 5m want rental youve paid U applied to pur pclcel Dandy for Uhoott Rhinelander Office Supply 30 Davenport Phone FO 22340 already graduates of the Univer sity of Wisconsin and two in high SALE PRICED AT FREE STANDING KitchenAid DISHWASHERS FRASIERS Plumbing Heating Appliances 310 Brown Phone FO 22778 SHOW AT INtOtjrB SWNDAt PItOM I STATE SftA IN MAGNIFICENT COLOR PLUS IT IS NOT A QUESTION OF A CANDIDATE BEING A REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRAT THE QUESTION Who Is Best Qualified to Represent This Assembly District in The Next Session of the State Legislature STANLEY STEVE GWIDT The next session of the state legislature will he presented with complete revision of the slate tax which affect local I believe to be the only candidate from North ern Wisconsin who has had the knowledge and experience with almost any form of i feel that I am the best qualified to repre sent this assembly My experience as repre sentative of the Wisconsin Public Expendi ture Survey for many years a taxpayers organiza tion gave me the opportunity and training to study and analyze the various tax schemes adopted into Jaw to shift experience as former Mayor of Chairman of the Oneida County School member of the county board and city former assembly As former my record of accomplish ment serves as my HIGH AND DISCRIMINATORY SCHOOL MANIPULATION AND FAVORITISM IN STATE SCHOOL SELFISH BUREAUCRATIC POL ICIES OF THE CONSERVATION OR COMMISSION are the factors behind the scene holding back the development of this north ern lake as long as citizens vote for their legislative representatives on political party or because they belong to the same club or and others vote for a candidate because he is a home town they do not get the best qualified candidate to represent them in the state As a the taxpayers of this assembly district arc paying at least onethird more in school taxes than they By analyzing Bulletin Wisconsin Department of Tax ation report for 1959 in the column of total state school aids received by I divided the county population into the aids received by the counties and find that Vilas county received Oneida Iron Rusk Polk County per or per if the majority of the voters are willing to pay at least one third more in school take than their share of state school and accept the policies of the conservation commission for the sake of voting for a candidate for other reasons than they are privi leged to do thuy should not complain I hold nothing personal against our present but after check ing his legislative record and listening to thedebate between Assemblyman Paul Alfonsi and Fred chairman of the town of Presque Islu and member of the Vilas County legislative who charged assemblyman Alfonsj fast talking md do nothing I must agree with Town Chairman as I am unable to find where our present assemblyman did anything for If space would I would gladly submit my legislative As member of the legislative highway it was through my efforts that High ways 8 47 between Rhinclunder and Monico highway between Three Lakes and Eagle Riyqr have the Highway 51 to Min ocqua and Highway 45 from Monico to north of Eagle River were black I campaigned for better highways and my assembly district got but this is only a small part of my legislative BE SURE TO CAST YOUR VOTE ON SEPTEMBER 131 Vote for STANLEY GWIDT KNOWN AS STEVE OR GWIPT CANDIDATE FOR ASSEMBLY REPUBLICAN TICKET FQJUTIC4L by
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