Madison Wisconsin State Journal Newspaper Archives Jul 30 1971, Page 105

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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - July 30, 1971, Madison, Wisconsin Smiles help garage Sale in raising zoo fund a garage Sale that another Way that Madison area youngsters Are raising Money for kids contribute the Campaign to support the new childrens zoo at Vilas Park the garage Sale is a neighbourhood project on pleasant View or in Stoughton among the Salesgirl on thursday were Kari Buss left and Kathy and Kristy Vike the Sale will continue today at the Vike family garage donations ranged from 5 pennies sent in by Stuart Kammer of Madison up to All contributions from Piggy Banks or neighbourhood projects Are Welcome and May be sent to kids contribute Wisconsin state journal Box 991 Madison 53701 the Honor Roll Julie Rick Chris and Jill Thiel John Heighway Madison 167 Crystal Penniston Argyle 100 Amy Lynn Baumgartner Oregon 100 Stuart Kammer Madison 05 Thad and Paul Wengert Madison 100 Kiki Haig Monona 500 Kathy Georgia Barbara and Christine Karls Tori Simerson Madison 500 total journal photo not Only employees involved at Watertown plants age blamed for closing by Robert l Franzmann of the state journal staff Watertown the closing of the Crosby Square shoe fac tory Here in september will be the result of Industry wide antiquated production methods a company spokesman said on thursday the spokesman for Crosby squares Parent company the shoe corp of America in co Lumbus 0 said that the Indus try As a whole is suffering from the inefficiencies of production methods dating to the 1920s Are Way behind other industries in the Field of technology the spokesman said and just to stay alive we have to Start modernizing our plants rhe said that the nearly 60 Plant Here just tied not lend itself to this kind of modernization parts of thai building Are 102 years old and it has been added to kind of Hel ters Kelter he said that All operations at he Watertown Plant will be moved to the firms Plant at Waupun in september after a Complete modernization of the Iva Upun building and production inc we Are hoping that As Many As 70 of the Watertown employees can be taken in at Wau in he said adding that the company Hopes that this will in Lude All who want to make the move but Many workers will not want to trans Fer of the plants 190 we could commute the 32 Miles to Waupun one worker said but we would be out the transportation Cost even if we could Transfer without the loss of income another noted that she and her husband own their Home in Watertown and hers is the supplemental income of the family i cant see moving but ill be losing 21 years of seniority about two thirds of the employees Are women and officials of the Boot and shoe workers Union local 378 said that most of them Are Iyo King to ment their husbands income this would be a lot worse if All of the employees were the major breadwinner of the fam ily Irene Scheiber Union pres ident said but the loss to Watertown Economy will be bad enough anyway miss Scheiber has worked at the Plant for 29 years and supports her Mother i was set Pace for 4h Fra fair projects Moe Voegeli capture cattle crowns in Green by Robert c Bjorklund Holstein female award with adjudged the Garden and crops of August Dehnert a univer state journal farm editor Monroe Steve Moe 16 it 1 Monroe and Jackie Voe Geli 14 Monticello set the Pace for 4h and future Farmers of America Fra Dairy cattle project members thursday at the Green county fair Moe won the grand Champion Beloit doctors extortionist Given 2 years in prison Federal judge James e Doyle on thursday sentenced Charles Vince 64 of Rockford i1l to two years imprisonment for extorting from a be Loit physician Vince was found guilty in May by a jury of extorting Money from or Albert f Ottow 78 Ottow was convicted five years ago of abortion Doyle gave Vince who said lie was unemployed a five Day the 3yearold Moe Vale Trio mini classes at the fair and came up Hazel with an explanation of the Way delay in the execution of sentence pending Appeal the trial revealed Doyle said Chat Vince had referred women to or Ottow to obtain abortions for several years although the subject of Abor Tion is under considerable pub Lic debate the judge said it is difficult to find any basis for admiration in Vinces activities which were obviously intended strictly for commercial Pur poses Doyle said the sentence would be More severe except for Vinces age Vince is free in the Brown Swiss show miss Voegeli All smiles with her 3yearold cow v b Schoni Token had the grand Champion ship Honor for the Breed Marlow Nelson Westby Wasj judge of the Junior show and he made one of those rare moves a daring judge will make when he gets Confidence in an animal the Holstein Reserve grand Champion was a senior Heifer calf Dum Arbol Triumph Nita shown by Randy Bollig 12 Belleville it int often that i pick a calf for Reserve grand Cham Pion Nelson explained but this calf looks like it has a tremendous future in the stands Nelsons friends ran their Finger slowly across their necks the age old sign to the judge that he was sticking his neck out this was Young Kolligs Day when he got his Junior Cham Pion on the senior Heifer calf he also got the Reserve Junior Champion Holstein Honor on his second entry a senior yearling Heifer distinction r o b u r k e Lucy the two Bollig entries incidentally Are maternal Sisters Bollig is the son of or and mrs Duane Bollig of Clear View farm in the Holstein cow classes a Cool july was affecting gardeners of the 30 entries of Toma toes Only one was of Ripe Toma toes what we should see is an excellent crop about the first week sity Extension District director said the fair has a first in a pro Gram tied in with the Green county agricultural Chest visitors at the fair can get Cream puffs served by seniors of Monroe High school who Are working to get for an Exchange trip to Cheyenne Wyo Wisconsin state journal state Section 4 Madison Friday july 30 area 1971 Beth Timm Monroe topped the 2yearolds and Thomas Chris ten Monticello who had the re serve senior Champion had the first cow of the 4yearold and older class on for 21 years and for the past 11 years has employed a Blind woman As a baby Sitter she old me that she will have to find a smaller apart ment if i no longer can afford to pay her for baby sitting mrs Wanke said that just shows you How this thing will be Felt throughout the Community it Doest just of feet the people who Are losing their jobs Crosby squares annual payroll has been estimated at less than million and records show that the Plant paid in real estate taxes last year and in personal property tax figures on How much income bail with 10 per cent in Cash or Ottow testified at the trial hat Vince had taken rom him at gunpoint in an ind Deforest school Board reflects incumbents and passes budget Deforest the three incumbent school Board members were reelected and the 197172 budget passed As presented at the annual meeting on monday night the budget is an i n c r e a s e of Over last year it will require a Levy of the Levy will mean a null rate of per of equalized valuation that figure per of equalized valuation the new figure is per valuation in the District Rose to up from electors also returned Clifford Aavang and or Max Barth to the Board and named John ran us 28 for the first time Ranum is the youngest person elected to the Board Henry Eckel or was elected going to get my Kitchen remo tax was generated at the Plant eld but i wont now for returned to the Community another o f f i c i a 1 not available but the com Wanke shop chairman said spokesman said it has worked in the shoe hf6 much be i cause we Haven been making much profit in Watertown the women said that the greatest hardship will fall on he older employees who will have difficulty finding jobs be cause of their age the unions seniority list 56 employees have worked in the factory for More welfare women protest order barring rights Aid Wisconsin dells w an order barring two Vista work is from assisting welfare rights organizations in Sauk Colum la and Adams counties has led to protests from welfare recipients about a dozen women picketed the Central Wisconsin com action Council office in Wisconsin dells wednesday mrs Arcia Tourdot of Baraboo said Black Earth passes Board president Gaylord mar Tinson was named the clerk and cuts rate Deerfield school Dis is 93 cents per More than last years rate about 150 electors appeared to reelect Board members Jera Avani treasurer ome Harvey Willard Edward son and Marjorie Grinde Board officers also were re Trot doctors fld Ted a 19172 elected they Are Harvey Presb d t which we reduce the Dent Albert Moe Vic Epresi Dent John Pamperin clerk and Edwardson treasurer Sauk City faces Cut Sauk City the school Board received the task of Cut Ting its proposed budget by after the District electors Mill rate per of equalized valuation the reduction in Mill rate from to was offset by an increase in the District evaluation from to the new budget is up from last year the Black Earth approximately 200 voters passed a school budget for the Wisconsin Heights school District on monday night the tax rate for the year was set at per of equalized valuation Down 83 cents from last year the lowering of the rate to raise the tax Levy was attributed to the in crease of million in property values elected to the school Board for the year were incumbents Frank Wolf and Robert Dewit and Donald Schultz Wolf was elected president of the Board Dewitt Vic president Schultz clerk and mrs Ardys Buelow treasurer Barneveld rate up Barneveld a s c h o o 1 budget calling for a tax rate in than 25 years what kind of a of can a Man of 55 find mrs Wanke asked the company spokesman said that one of the hardest As jets of closing the Plant was the loss of so Many Loyal employees the most severe labor prob lems weve bad at Watertown when Riouddy shows up on the first Day of Hunting season h said he said that it was cold hard economics that forced the closing shoe sales have no been Worth a Damn last year sales were the lowest in 1 years because people hav been buying Down As they fee the Pinch that is Why we have to modernize the whole Wisconsin o ration and get our unit cosi Down rejected it electors voted 10292 to chop Rwjr Byron Bur lie and Wil the Levy from to Iarj Seffrood were chosen to Rej based place Roland Schimelpfenig and Levy will be or Byron Bur lie crease of per equalized valuation was approved by electors at the annual school District meeting Here monday night the new rate of is on a total budget of in Brown Swiss Competition Bryan Voegeli 12 had the Junior Champion female with his Junior yearling Heifer v b dutchess Heide the Reserve Champion female was the 4yearold Alpine Echo in ent at Beloit on feb 15 the Mary brought in by t James Schlappi 14 Browntown Octor said that he gave vice the open Dairy show win be in Money in marked Bills and notified the Fri held today George Dehnert Middleton Here might be a Satin at the of the councils executive director John Cooney unless in order is rescinded by 10 m monday Cooney said thursday that e had asked the two Vista workers Columbus Rebecca and John Jones Fuch Baraboo to refrain from As listing the welfare rights groups until he has a Chance to clarify that he described As a conflict which seemed to be More a lash of personalities than poli ies mrs Tourdot said that Coo keys directive was a reversal i the councils earlier stand supporting the organization of welfare rights groups Cooney said that the assigning of tech Nical assistance to the groups is an administrative option Peoples tempers Here Are getting out of hand because we cant get help and no one will listen to our Side of the Story to find out Why welfare programs Are in such a mess said miss Tourdot who is presi Dent of the Sauk county welfare rights organization the Central Wisconsin Community action Council serves Juneau county As Well As the other three but no welfare rights group has been organized there state news briefs Juneau fair to open today Mauston a full schedule of activities for today through sunday has been planned at the Juneau county fair at Mauston today program will begin with judging of Junior fair livestock and exhibits at 9 am open class Dairy animals will be judged tonight tonight grandstand program will include a dress revue a 4h stage revue a tug of War Between two township teams and the fairest of the fair pageant with eight Juneau company girls competing for the title there will be More animal judging saturday morning and tractor pulling contests will be held at 1 pm and 8 pm the Parade at pm sunday will be the largest Ever according to Parade committee chairman nub Hansen included in the Parade will be six drum and Bugle corps from three states and the Zor shrine Nomad Cycle Drill team of Madison summer festival set at Dodgeville Dodgeville a special performance by four of no ways Best Folk artists tuesday night in the Dodgeville Middle school will open the third annual folklore Village summer festival v in keeping with this years norwegian theme the performance will feature Torleiv Bolstad National Winner of All competitions on the hard anger fiddle his wife Kjellaug Winner of Many first prizes in Folk dance Competition Andres am Markrud National Champion in the hailing dance and his wife Sidsel who has appeared with him in festivals All Over Europe the concept will be sponsored by Wakefield school and the folklore Village farm Rock action Grant approved Janesville the Rock county Community action program committee recently received approval from adv Patrick j Lucey of a Federal Grant the office of economic Opportunity Grant included for administration and for Community organization the Federal funds will be matched by local contributions in goods services facilities and Cash of for administration arid for Community organization Viroqua to bid deadlines monday Viroqua applications for a License to operate a Cable television in Viroqua must be submitted before monday the franchise of Roger Turnmire was terminated recently and the Zirzow firm of Alma has a temporary franchise until sept 1 Beloit Urban renewal hearing set Beloit a Public hearing to give Beloit residents a voice on the course of Urban renewal Here has been set for aug 20 about 1400 notices have been mailed to property owners j in the renewal area to inform them of the hearing which will be conducted Fay the redevelopment authority the hearing will be held in the Beloit High school Little theater the Federal government has approved for the project work starts on Dodgeville Church Dodgeville work has begun on the Dodgeville United methodist Church which will adjoin an education unit that was completed in 1961 the new Church will replace a 111yearold Structure which was torn Down recently spat All Board officers were Peters on the Board elected they Are Al Shakti reelected officers were Hamlin president Albert weeks vice Gangstad president Howard president a 1 pm Marquardt Degolier clerk and Ramon Storlie treasurer Edgerton oks budget Edgerton a 197172 clerk user and Carroll Zick treas it Horeb approves it Horeb things went school budget of was As expected at the annual school meeting monday night As the proposed budget sailed through and the Only three Board Candi dates on the ballot were elected the budget is an increase of Over last year the tax Levy will be the Mill Rale the Cost to tax adopted on monday night by District electors he said the Waupun plan would be changed Over main during the annual shutdown of vacations in August when the machinery and operations Here will be moved which Calls for a tax is the Waupun Plant will produce More shoes Levy of the budget is up from the previous level according to District officials the increase is due to the Impact of increased costs of inflation and anticipated reduction in state Aid the final determination of state Aid Levels still to be established in the current state budget Compromise being the tax Levy is the sought by a special committee Mill rate is per of equalized valuation a decrease of per Yern Jensen was reelected president of the Board other officers reelected were or Rich Ard Henry clerk and Stanley payers will increase 84 cents Midtbo treasurer of the state legislature could alter the tax Impact r Thomas Hodgson and John Benson won 3year Board terms to succeed Ray Thompson and mrs Carl Arneson who did not than both plants have been producing together he said the spokesman said that the Waupun Plant is Only slightly larger than the factory Here but is newer and better suited to re modelling seek reelection More electors attended Reedsburg gets of for water addition the state Public service com Mission said on wednesday that it has authorized Reedsburg to make additions to its water util Ity the City was Given permission to construct a 500000gajlon ele than Shiva Ted Reservoir and related Wilities at a Cost of 5o 1 Criest Little will you 5top Stop Stop to 6 Ayu How do your do his Little Tail on Csc unit a colv16 poo

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