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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Appleton, Wisconsin Assessment at Kaukauna hits highest Rise valuation increase would bring in taxes Kaukauna the reported increase in Kaukauna assessed valuation is the highest Ever in a one year period in the history of the City. According to figures released Friday by As Sessor Lothar Kemp total assessed valuation has reached tax Levy on the increased amount alone would bring in i about based on the per rate of last year. Abatement exemption last year s total valuation was set at increase would have been greater with out a pollution Abate ment property exemption granted Thilmany pulp and paper co. Under a new state Law. Personal property assessment increased from to an increase of 205 this year according to Kemp. Real estate values increased to 265 from last Vear. Manufacturing Slock manufacturing Stock was listed at on the personal property Roll last year compared to this year value of merchants Stock was in creased from to 340. Machinery and tools Yvere valued at last year compared to this x ear furniture fixtures and other equipment was increased from s324.220 to and of others decreased from to value of residents land was increased to mercantile land value was in creased to manufacturing land decreased ?4.000 to and agricultural and increased to Foo residential improvements in n eased to 402 405, mercantile improvement i n reaped m a Nufa tuning improvement increased u s15.379 and an cultural in Iove tuesday july the Post Crescent b 70 area health agencies form group fund drive discussion okayed by Alice Huck Post Crescent staff writer in an unprecedented move tuesday night representatives of 10 area health Agen cies who Are not now included in the United red Feather Campaign agreed to form a cooperative organization to continue discussions about the Many voluntary fund raising drives in Appleton. Led by Elmer Otte chair Man of a special committee of the Appleton area chamber of Commerce and John torinus past president of the chamber and current president of the red Feather group the meet ing was called to sound out the feelings of the health agencies on the formation of a United givers organization. Otte explained his commit tee has been working for More than a year and a half with business and Industry to get their attitudes and with agencies who have indicated their wish to participate in the red Feather Campaign. Began work in 196c agencies who have joined since the committee began working Early in 1966 Are out Agamie chapter of the american red Cross mental health association of outa Gamie county out Agamie association for retarded Chil Dren sheltered activity Cen Ter and family service association of the Fox Valley inc. There Are now 18 red Feather agencies. Instructions from Industry Otte said have been confirmed in about 40 letters offering in Plant solicitation and top level volunteers if a United givers organization is formed which would Combine As Many appeals As possible into one Campaign. In an amiable give and take the 30 persons present frankly expressed their Opin ions Lor and against the United Appeal. Most of the individual opinions favored one Campaign. However some Agency representatives pointed out that National and local bylaws pre vented their agencies trom holding other than an inde pendent drive. Agencies represented health problems and Agen cies representing them were cystic fibrosis anti tuberculosis association. Cancer society muscular dystrophy association cerebral palsy heart fund Deal education Aid fund. Arthritis association easter seals for Crip pled children and National foundation for in Anile paralysis and birth detects. A. D. Malin executive i strike threat hovers Over North Central several of the individuals and vehicles that will play a role in the Community radio watch at City Hall this morning when the program designed to Aid local Law enforcement was officially started. Helping initiate the pro Gram were from left. Police chief Earl 0. Wolff sgt. James Cotter program coordinator mayor George Buckley and Altred Hildebrandt of Fox Valley cab co., a program participant. Post cres cent photo Community radio watch to help Appleton police Force private vehicles with two Way systems recruited on Alert team new Public service program Community radio to ii u t. V Toni a ments 650. Increased so i the and in if family service Appleton office officially opens although the Appleton of the family service Ilion of the Fox Valley. In Oltaci ail opened Monciv phone i kind m he mate i t Han Lane i r. Ofui ally b Mittini at i v Lia big no and Indusi v native and p1 in ate Cit All of whom comp a a it Tern aimed at i4 Law in Oil iii it with and eat a a d vehicle equipped w no i ice two Wax radio Are part of the Oci a in planning sgt James Cotter of the police installation a no Nierri program coordinator a until late in the afternoon with police chief Robert Gellert. To Reitor of the o on he planning new red Feather Agency. Said Kee Ruit help it modelling is Mill going on. But Aid this morning that appointments Max be made Tor 22 organisations have been to Profe Mannl counselling muted into Community radio the office i to ated at in and everal Moie by i Kankam Sinei and regular ies and Ornis and hours will be announced sunday groups will he contacted expect Mot referral Lon the near future the 22 i Amix sen ice to come through Cotter Aid. Rep doctor.-, attornev.-. The clergy re ent about 75 per cent of the Law enforcement p e r o n n e 1 total available two Wax radio managers. Irom business and resource in the Appleton area a dust. Or the a a total of 278 two Way radio thur Malm president to units Are being used by the 22 _ organisations that have Micat the Neenah Menasha office de a willingness to cooperate in opened monday the new Law enforcement pro watch Gram. Cotter Aid participants at tin. Win a packet containing in about radio watch Aid tin morning the where there s smoke there s fire smoke from one fire department re tilted in another department being called out about h 30 monday Appleton firemen were Noti fied by a re ident of the 400 Block of Marquette Street when he thought he saw Moke coming irom the roof of the food Queen super Market. 2701 x Oneida St. Four in to answering the Call discovered the Moke was coming from main creators of the store and the town of grand Chute Volunteer fire department inspection scheduled Post Crescent news service Minneapolis International machinists and aerospace workers Union has set a july 28 strike deadline against North Central airlines. Representing 552 North Cen trial mechanics the Union said it would strike the airline at the conclusion of a 30-Day Cooling off period now in effect under terms of the railway labor act. The period will end july 28. The previous 26-month con tract expired March 31 and is negotiations which have been designed to encourage residents conducted since that time now to be Good citizens and help m have terminated although an Law and order airline Moreb operation simple would be scheduled before the 1 am asking for special strike deadline to operation from All persons contract details were not re Whu am vehicle equipped sealed the airline employs with two Wax Wolff machinists at its terminals in Aid he explained program Chicago. Detroit and Minne Apo operation i extremely Lis. There Are none at Austin pop. A veg. All we ask is that Straubel held in Green Bav or the Driver of the radio equipped at we Sebago county Airport vehicle report and suspicious since the airline began opera act or unusual occurrence such t on in 1948. There has never a a treet crime fire or been a work stoppage officials Accident to his of fico via his said radio the radio operator s office then can relax the message including location of the occur rence and details available to the police department. Wolff explained Wolff also used the program announcement this morning to Issue a Call for Exerv Appleton resident to report suspicious or unusual occur aces to police As Oon As thex see them happen tin new program gives us circus tents require mending ust like other fabrics. Marvin Dean found out today As lie patched a tent of the Kelly Miller circus. The circus has scheduled shows for this afternoon and night on the Ameri can legion club grounds m the town of grand Chute. Dean an employee of the circus is from Mobile Ala. Post Crescent photo turn to Page 3. Col 2 Cor damaged by falling wheelbarrow John Van Boimel. 1137 w. Loram St reported to Apple Ion police about 2 30 . Monday that his car had been damaged by a falling wheel Barrow Van Bommel told authorities the wheelbarrow fell off scaffolding at St. Elizabeth Hospital damaging the front part of the vehicle which is owned by Cloud Buick co inc second floor committee interview to Start with past Avenue tenants members of the second floor further scale eng of businesses. College Avenue study commit of a City Reevel Tec of the City plan commission Ozment authority will seek to learn Why business code enforcement Rector of United Community services which is responsible for the red Feather Campaign indicated National figures show agencies concerned with can cer in 94 funds heart in 202 tuberculosis 18 arthritis 447 muscular dystrophy 106, and cerebral palsy in Over 500. He also read figures show ing that in towns like Oshkosh and Racine where United givers organizations were formed Community giving in creased in one Campaign to take care of the extra needs. The Oshkosh Community turn to Page 3, col. 3 Board to act on spice s salary undersheriff s raise on Agenda for tonight s meeting i out Agamie county Board members will consider raising i the salary of the undersheriff at heir july meeting at tonight the second night session of the year will be in the county Board Chambers on the second floor of the courthouse. 1 executive committee Mem Bers Are recommending the i undersheriff s salary be set at per year and a county owned police car be furnished Lor his use. Expected action is the latest in a series of events that began in january when Calvin spice who served a pair of two year 1 terms As sheriff was hired As j undersheriff and began at the lowest salary in his pay Grade. Spice presently draws a month. His next salary a would 1 raise the figure to monthly. The Resolution also recommends the salary for any sub sequent appointee to the Posi tion be set by the executive committee. Other business scheduled to be brought before the Board includes resolutions on rezoning increasing the county s Deer kill quota and establishing records on Legal representation provided Lor a digests to facilitate Possi ble collection of Money for at Forney fees. Acts quickly Marvin Sartorius massages heart of Man who collapsed adlon taxi Dave by an Pavc firms have moved away downtown Appleton. This course of action was ton area chosen monday Alt noon. Alter Merce committee members heard Sev re evaluation have a from and proper inspection Rural Man s Hie about am. Co operation with the Apple of sule t a Appleton police said Marvin e St., Fox cab co chamber of com of the Down a Ducr to contractor reports paving work finished on Avenue in suggestions to Aid their town assessments group m its work of preparing a study of the trend of proposals to present to the offices moving out of the Down Chi s planners town Core comrett Yemen each agreed to evaluation of All Commer Ai interview several former Down Cial activities on the Avenue toxin professional tenants and determine if Thev Are 11 Jiji i i Ijlal Kulli go in Ltd is q c Quilon cons Duclion co. Noli Smi Clion program Bob probably be irtf4 Aven a need reasons a head Odly inc of i c pc got a real Good Dow n i l comprehensive plan possibly saved the mans life., i talc taxi Headquarters o pcs policy and the Appleton h a c r n g strongly endorsed fire department Rescue squad pref Avenue jobs. Cram late this Mornine that Ler in september town area which no one knows consideration0 of a redevelop j00k Devinc to St Pavig Vork As lighting was completed How to develop men author it by Appleton. Wospil Hen of ambulance de on downtown College Avenue aft pcs Dule last striping and stall Raymond Lavee told the we have some 20-foot As called was sol taif Frank Keuler of Roclor s one Day p ill Ting on the Avenue will be Mitten. This is what we re Down Here. What kind of build Able Public works said the cite has Asil Cut week ecu or said for ins could an owner construct on authorities said mrs Victor not res ended to l pm on now s ands if More raffle s goals Are bul Arno he asked Dies 14 w Collee ave was Mon War of Imam ten la to. H to be Conn cycled and Mcd q Valr when he began Llic Avenue will be opened to governments made seven to clearance of dilapidated build to All and she tried to keen Keuler Traljic next month although Powals to Aid the committee. He Ings is the Only thing that s him on his feet a a dedication will be delay suggested going to rejuvenate College Devinc had been visiting a saturday. Of until september. A study of zoning to prevent Avenue dentist in the Zuehlke however the Mambo voc firm. To indication and will not do so until a formal final Jias of the Job is made thursday. Making the inspection will be John Prunuske of Central Engi and surveyors the cite s How Var the Mambo voc firm consultant for the paving Dot a Volch had the general contract for the Drew Street to memorial drive reconstruction is still working on the Street scaling portion of the program a Job which was added to the Vinton contract the original con tract a awarded i consultant for the paving Poi tion of the million recon Charlie House former Post Crescent writer stricken while driving Charlie House. Former Vinton under provisions of its staff sgt. John j. Manges right receives congratulations upon receiving the Bronze Star and purple heart for action in Vietnam. The other Soldier is unidentified. Sgt. John j. Hanges Bronze Star awarded to Soldier for heroic action Post Crescent columnist and contract stands to collect feature writer is in fair Condi per Day for each Day before 11 lion today at lutheran Hospital . Nov. 1 that the construct Milf Audi e where he Xmas taken lion Job is completed. continues Vinton is in charge of much of the remaining College Avenue Beauli fiction. Including i h e Concrete and Brick work. Bids on the Iron work including the kiosks and Flag poles the Wood work including the sidewalk benches and the tree and Shrub work were to be opened this i afternoon at the Board of Public i works meeting. Tree planting one of the last House special to the Post Crescent staff sgt. John j. Hanges 1028 s. Telulah avc., has been awarded the Bronze Star and the purple heart for heroic action in Vietnam. Hanges was cited for action april 26, when the bivouac area in which his company was located was attacked. The sergeant crossed an open area exposing himself to hos tile Rifle and machine gun in an Effort to get to his armed vehicle. A Shell landed near him while he was running but Hanges continued to the vehicle where he took the position of gunner and caused the enemy to flee. The Kimberly native has been in the army since 1947 except for four years. He has served in Japan Formosa and Iceland in addition to the United states. Hanges presently is attach cd to the Marine Headquarters of the 1st battalion of the 44th artillery at Pang a. Last Friday after a blood vessel burst in his brain. House now a feature Brothers 6 and 10, for the Milwaukee journal who lives at w252-s5855 Crest drive town of Waukesha was strike while driving to Worl on inter state 94. He stopped at the Side _ f Given welfare custody two Appleton Brothers 6 and 10, the elder of whom has been in trouble with police for at of the freeway then theft and shoplifting to the journal office. He was hospitalized shortly afterwards. While he was with the Post Crescent House was Best known for his on the House column his walks into and his Canoe trip which followed Trail of French explorer Jean Nicole. Have been found dependent. Out Agamie county welfare department authorities have been Given custody of the boys for two years. The 10-year-old has been held in the juvenile detention Section of the county jail several limes recently for Atlee plod theft. More than 170 children turned out for the first Day of the organized recreational program for the grand Chute area monday. Among the Many activities in which they could engage was a Monkey walk which Delight Karen and David Schlieve daughter and son of or. And mrs. Robert Schlieve and Nock hockey which held the attention of Gary Gottschalk son of or. And mrs. Duwayne Gottschalk and instructor Frank Triolo. The program is conducted at Badger and Einstein schools. Enrolments arc being accepted daily. Marvin Shaffer is in charge of All activities. Post Crescent photo news paper

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