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all and b e r t Wauwatosa to grand t Monday. ea of dollars annually from the nation's business. (International Soundphoto) plans for a sewage treatment plant by Dec. 1, 1950. Construction must begin within a year afterward, the committee said. It ordered the hospital to submit submit plans and start construction within the same time or enter into into a cooperative agreement with Hayward by Aug. 1, 1950. Mother Sues to Evict Daughter and Family MILWAUKEE -(IP)- Mrs. Augusta Luedtke, a widow, sought to evict her daughter, son-in-law and their four children, and her grandson, his wife and child because they were behind in their rent. She told Civil Judge Myron Gordon yesterday that she lives in a bedroom at her home. Her daughter, Irene; son-in-law, Russell Russell Lay, and their children occupy occupy most of the rest of the house. Her grandson, Donald Lay, and his family have a room. The Russell Lays, whose rent is blocked $30 a month, arc $205 behind in payments, Mrs. Luedtke said, and the Donald Lays, who pay $20 a month, are $140 in arrears. Judge Gordon gave the Laj! until April 1 to move. DP Doctor Is Banned, So Village May Sue DALE -(IP)- A local businessman says the village of Dale may sue the state medical examining board secretary because a German doctor doctor in the village was denied an examination to practice. Ed Friedrich sent the warning yesterday in a letter to Dr. R. Arveson, Frederic, chairman of the state medical society council. The letter said the village of 300 is considering a suit against Board Secretary Charles Dawson, River Falls. Friedrich said the village wants to recover $2.500 spent in bringing Dr. Karl Reddies, a relative of Friedrich, from Germany.