Peter & Paul Emergency Fire Wardens 1958
FEBRUARV 19, 1959 Emergency Fire Wardens Okehed By County Board Names of 55 men in 19 of the 20 towns of Onclda county were approved as emergency fire wardens wardens for 1958 by the County Board of Supervisors at its mid-winter meeting Tuesday. The names were recommended by Harry Kozel Jr., district forest ranger here. No fire wardens were named for the town of. Woodboro. The 55 men, located at convenient convenient points throughout the county, will help In the prevention and suppression of forest fires and will handle the issviance of burning permits during the 1958 "fire season" season" after the snow leaves the ground in the spring. Most of them have served in the same capacity for years. The complete forest protection organization list, showing towns and mailing addresses, is as follows follows : Cassian—Lloyd E. Burden, Rte. 2, Tomahawk; Harry Klippel, Rtc. 1, Harshaw; Thomas Herman, Harshaw, Harshaw, and Walter J. Malezkc, Me Naughton. Crescent—Clarke E. Went?, and Erwin A. Darling, both Rtc. 1, Rhinelander. Enterprise—Arthur Buclow and Harris J. Kruegcr, both of Pelican Pelican Lake. Ha/clhurst—Walter L, Blomberg and Louis Woodzick, Hazclhurst, and Edward C. Ilcndrickson, Box 502, Minocqua. Lake Tomahawk—Gustavo Klocs and William Klocs, both of Lake Tomahawk. Little Rice—Robert J. Bassctt, Rte. 2, Tomahawk. Lynne—'Harry Talbot, Tripoli. Minocqua — Dominic A. Titus, Lawrence C. Bradley, Charles B. Tillon and Elmer Kramer, all of Minocqua, and Frank Prillz, Lac clu Flambeau. Monico—Wesley B. White and Francis W. Hubcr, both of Monico. Monico. Nokomis—Earl B. Olson, Rte. 2, Tomahawk. Ncwbold—Vincent J. Testa, Star Rtc. 2, Rhinclandcr; Benjamin R. Corrivcau, Rtc. 2, Eagle River; Peter Kruncos, Paul L. Kruncos and Sylvester L. Radtke, all of Rtc. 1, Rhinclander; Roy Fredrich, McNaughton, and Benjamin Nolt- ncr and Lawrence Nelson, both of Lake Tomahawk.