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November 8, 1967

Janesville Daily Gazette from Janesville, Wisconsin · Page 8

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8—lanesville Daily Gazette, Wednesday, Nov. 8, lab/ Motor Workers Return {.10 Scholield Plant SCHOFIELD (AP) - About _iOp workers have returned to ^ their jobs at the Wausau Motor PArts Co. plant here, ending a strike that had idled the plant since Aug. 10. Local 1438 of the Machinists union ratified a new contract which extends to May 1. 1970. Geneva Budget Revised, Hearing Slated Tonight STEP IN See Our Complete Selection «9.95 to n6 .95 Charge Accounts Invited OPEN MONDAY mMM mm AND FRIDAY NIGHTS ^U||E^ Till n P.M. ^ll\^li 1^ 129 W. MILWAUKEE ST. LAKE GENEVA—The Lake Geneva City Council met in special session last night to consid- Docket Backlog Swells for Whitewater Court WHITEWATER-A backlog of 54 cases in municipal court is reflected in the Whitewater police report for October. Two cases are pending from Aupst, three from September and 49 from October. The report shows 131 arrests made last month, with fines of $2,396 assessed in the 102 cases that were closed during the period. A breakdown of arrests shows 56 for speeding, 31 for minor moving violations, 13 for disorderly conduct, 8 for illegal equipment, 7 for liquor and beer violations, and 4 for drunkeness. er revisions in preliminary drafts of the 19<58 budget to be aired at a public hearing here tonight. Speculation is tliat cuts will be made in sewer department allocations to conipensate for an 8-cent per hour increase over tlia 15-cent per, hour budgeted for employes of the city's street department. The revision could result in a $1 per $1,000 assessed valuation cut in the tax rate from $13.30 established earlier in preliminary budget talks. Mayor Emil Johnejack said last night that some citizens had expressed alarm over the high tax rate but said there were no "loud" objections. He also commented' that more persons should voice their opinions at the public hearing rather than simply making tliem known "over the back- fence." Two Held in Palmyra Burglary Face Circuit Court Arraignment JEFFERSON — Two of three Milwaukee men charged with theft in connection with the burglary of a grocery store and pharmacy in Palmyra on Oct. 29 "waived preliminary hearing before Judge William Brandel in Branch 2 of Jefferson County Court Tuesday afternoon. Richard Nuss, 36, and Wallace Peters, 34, were bound over to ch*- cuit court for arraignment on Nov, 13. A third Milwaukee man also charged wilii th^t in the same case had his preliminary hearing adjourned to Nov. 24. Judge Brandel continued th6 $1,000 bail bond on Henry SMcha, 31, as well as on Nuss' and Peters. James Do Wayne Martin, 17, of Rt. 1, Lake Mills, was placed on probation to the State Department of Health and Social Services for three years, Martin, Bring Your Child (Ages Thru 12)... He 'WiW Aufoma(icc//y Be Entered In Our Qhnsimas PORTRAIT CONTEST • NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED • SPECIAL TOTS 'N TEENS DAY PRICES • WONDERFUL PRIZES YOUR CHILD COULD BE A CHRISTMAS ANGEL waived into criminal court from juvenile court, had appeared on charges of causing dama<?c to tjhysical pi'operty of others following his, arrest tor breaking windows iri the Lake Mills High School and on the same day calling the School Principal Terry Sheridan with a bomb threat. Martin told Sheridan that a bomb had been placed in the school and was set to go off at 11:15 a.m. Ronald Delvis, 17, of .'513 Brown Court, Lake Mills, appeared before Judge Brandel on the same window breaking charge as Martin' and was also found guilty of slashing tires on a Lake MiUs school bus. Delvis was placed on probation for one year and ordered to make restituMoh as determined by the State Department of Health and Social vServices. The incident involving the two youths took place Sept. 2«. Ronald Wohlrab. 20, of .337 W. Lake St;, Lake Mills, entered a plea of innocent to a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor when he appeared voluntarily for arraignment before Judge Brandel on Tuesday. A tentative preliminary hearing was set for 10 a.m. Nov. ifi. Meeting Scheduled ELKHORN - The Walworth County Association for Retarded Children will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, at the Special School here. Fort Hospital FORT ATKINSON - A son was born in Memorial Hospital to Mrs. Howard Heme, Jefier- son. Admitted: August Florine, Debra Langholff, Shristopher an, Mrs. Dav Bachman, Mrs. David Poole, Richard Weiss, Fort Atkinson; Anthony Jasinski, Mi-s. Robert Jossie, Patricia Welter, Whitewater; Merle Blackford, Mrs. Edward Hulsteic, Jefferson; Ernest Behm, Mrs. Sylvester Wiedenfeld. Lake MUls; Mi's. Walter Isaacsen, Palmyr/i. Dismissed: Merle Tibbets, David Quinn, Jfrs. Jlorris Feller, Mrs. Alida Nee, Mrs. David Adams, Fort Atkinson; Mrs. Raymond Trewyn, Timothy Agnew, Whitewate'; Clarence Klos/g, Jolinson Creek; William BellJEj Mrs. Elsie Buenzow, Mrs. Florian Wedl, Jefferson; Mrs. Charles Ward Jr., Janesville; Lake Mills Council Rejects Bid for Party Port Liquor License LAKE MILLS-The Lake Mills City Council last night unanimously rejected a request for a Class A combination liquor license submitted by Marvin Lings, operator of Lings Sentry Food Store on S. Madison Street. Lings had requested, by letter on Sept. 18 and in a formal petition on Oct. 10, the license for use in a proposed party port shop to be included in the front of a new addition near his food- store. A letter and thi-ee petitions op- posmg the granting of the license had been received by the council in previous meetings. In denying the request, which was one of several forwarded to the city council over the past few months. Council President Ronald Gruchow said he felt Lake Mills was "not ready yet for a liquor store," judging from the number of petitions received. Council .set a public hearing Jetterson Sets Budget at $367.100 JEFFERSON - The Jefferson City Council last night trimmed department requests for funds before drafting a $367,100 budget for 1968. Public hearing on the budget has been set for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 21, in the council chambers. The proposed budget calls for a tax levy of $187,420, up $35,130 from the 1967 levy of $152,290. The 1968 budget represents a $36,730 boost over 1%7 allocations. City revenues other than local taxes have been estimated at $289,880 as compared to $281,980 fw 1967. The city tax levy will require a tax rate of 86.19 per $1,000 assessed valuation as compar ed to $5.13 for 1967. The anticipated tax rate for city and school purposes was placed at $33 compared to $26 for 1967. The school tax levy for 1968 is $18,08 as compared to $14.34 for Uie current year. An additional .'taic levy of $1.52 will also be added for the District 4 vocational and adult technical school. for Nov. 13 on a request by Joe Cassidy, MacFarland, who had petitioned for- the rezoning of property on tlie west'side of Mulberry Street from agriculture to residential, Cassidy, as the 'agent for a prospective owner, has an option to buy the property subject to the rezoning for the construction of apartment units there. In response to a letter from Harold Masche, the council set a meeting with him for Nov. 20 to discuss the extension of city water on E. Lake Street beyond the city limits, Masche indicated he would pay the costs of such an extension. City Manager Frank Hill le- ported the city has not yet received an approval on the number of units for the proposed federal housing for the elderly project. The city had asked for no units. Council set a work session on the budget for Thursday and ad- joiu-ned the meeting until Nov, 13. 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