Gordon Zillmer - Eleven Races Develop in Black River Area (Declined to Run)

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Gordon Zillmer - Eleven Races Develop in Black River Area (Declined to Run) - BLACK RIVER FALLS (Spe- ial) -- Eleven races...
BLACK RIVER FALLS (Spe- ial) -- Eleven races for township township offices developed during recent caucuses held in eight area townships. Five of the contests will be in the Town of Irving. During a caucus Saturday afternoon, afternoon, Warren Printz, was lominated to meet incumbent Town Chairman Victor Erickson. Erickson. Other incumbents with opposition opposition in the April election are: Adolph Kostohryz, first supervisor, opposed by Irving Bue; Elwin Johnson, second supervisor, opposed by George Schlegel; and Frank Saverda, assessor, opposed by Henry Nortman. Declined to Run 'Emmett Kampen, town clerk "or the past 10 years, declined ;o run for re-election. Robert Hanson and Dennis Rand were nominated for his position. Treasurer Hupert Hoagenson is unopposed. In the Town of Manchester, Frank Rowlee, Sr., incumbent second supervisor, is opposed by Merlin Lamber. Voters selected selected Gordon Zillmer and Douglas Douglas Hurlburt to compete for the first supervisor post now held by Donald Rhyme. Tremaine Burchard Burchard is unopposed for the assessor assessor post now held by Orton Anderson. Manchester Chairman C li f- ford Gomer, Clerk Ruby Dill, Eleven Races Develop in Black River Area Jmerson, but withdrew from the election. Clerk Alice Larson, Larson, Assessor Ray Stamm and ~5ast Supervisor Stanley Fli- :ek are unopposed. Opposes Zahn One race developed in t h e Town of Adams in a caucus icld Saturday. Raleigh Bue was )icked to oppose incumbent Treasurer Ray Zahn. In the Town of Albion, W i I- iam McNulty, Jr., was named to oppose Bernie Wiggen, incumbent incumbent South End supervisor. Raymond Peterson is unopposed to succeed Julian Rogstad, incumbent incumbent assessor. No races developed in c a u- :uses held In the Townships of Hixton, Knapp and Brockwaj D-».II— rOIICG ._. . . . _ T U/ A H I f P 1 1 n c ' TTU • •'*/ IV U 115 • 1 i • III /VlGnOlT)Oni6 reectlon i> i> B ° P ? com P ette , H UPer K 1S ° r P° st . held a, "°° nTsbee \ wl \° £,"<* a candidate. Incumbent Trea- MENOMONIE (Special) — One auto accident, two hit and •uns and a theft were Investigated Investigated by city police officers by Tuesday and early Wednesday morning. Robert Raymond, 19, Monona, reported that his auto was struck in the North Hall parking parking lot at 6 p.m. Monday and while he and a friend were pushing pushing it, the vehicle rolled ahead and struck a parked auto owned / Ronald Lemke, Wausau. No damage was reported to Raymond's 1967 sedan, while Lemke's 1964 sedan received damages estimated at $110. Richard auto had been damaged by a hit and run vehicle while parked on the Tainter Hall service road

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  1. Eau Claire Leader,
  2. 06 Mar 1969, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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