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BAOM Injuries Jinx Major League Teams' Plans THE ..i^ If Sounds familiar (tW&) OAJLY JfEWS By JACK HAND .Associated Press Sports Writer Baseball's iodine list assumed serious proportions today with such . key men as Joe Cronin of the Red , Sox, Joe Medwick of Iho Giants I Jimmy Foxx of the Phillies. Eddie! Miller of the Reds and Hershel' Martin and Mike Gnrbark of the i Yankees on the sidelines. Loss of Cronin. perhaps for the season, upset Boston's infield plans. When the skipper broke his leg Thursday he was playing third base and Acting Manager Del Baker used Rookies Nick Polly and Jack Tobin at the position in recent losing games. Medwick was unable to open the season in left field for the New .York Nationals, yielding to Freshman Steve Filipowicz because of a back injury. Foxx, counted in Freddy Fitzsimmons' plans as his regular first sack- or. was able to play in few of the exhibition games because of sore feet and appeared only as a pinch hitler during the first week of the season. Martin collided with Centerfield- j or Johnny Lindell chasing a long fly during the same game in which Cronin was hurt. Lindell's spikes clipped Martin a nasty cut across the nose and he wns out of the weekend series in Washington. Catcher Garback of the Yanks had to take a rest because of an ear infection. A fall on the ice back in February broke Miller's left kneecap, giving Freshman Kermit Wahl a chance to play shortstop for Cincinnati. Vern Stephens of the Browns was benched by a jammed thumb for three days and a wrenched shoulder muscle kept Pete Gray, the one- armed rookie, out of the box scores for a few games. Monday was an open date in both leagues. A. A. Play Halved By Weather By the Associated Press American Association baseball j teams, plagued by cold or rainy weather since the season opened last Wednesday, took a day off as they moved to their third series in a week. Thus far, inclement weather has halted exactly half the schedule j nd the current leaders, the champion Milwaukee Brewers and St. Paul, have played but one game each. Rain, cold weather and wet grounds combined yesterday to force postponement of four of five scheduled games. In the other Kansas City beat Minneapolis, 5 to 1. The new series opens 'tomorrow, with Columbus at Indianapolis, Toledo at Louisville, Minneapolis at Milwaukee and St. Paul at Kansas City. From that schedule, of three games each, managers hoped there would come some semblance of a pattern of player strength on each team that could be followed the rest of the season. Manager Nick Cullop has nominated Owen Scheetz, veteran curve ball pitcher, to hurl the inaugural at Borchert Field. Mike Kash will open for the visitors. With the teams moving further south, and with better weather forecast for the second half of the week, U was hoped the current leaders would get the test the rest of ihe loop has been waiting for. In yesterday's only game, Gale PrmgJe and John Mahnen combined to hold Minneapolis to three scattered hits, and would have had a shutout had it not been for a balk by Mahnen in the fourth with a man on third. ^ Ce&fd&fr League Standings American Association. W. L. Pet. Milwaukee l o 1.000 St. Paul l o 1.000 Louisville ,3 2 .600 Imsianapolis 3 2 .600 Columbus 3 3 .500 Minneapolis .1 2 333 Kansas City 1 2 !333 Toledo l 3 .250 N'ational League. W. L: PCI. Now York 5 2 .714 L'nicaga 4 2 M~" Si. Louis 3 2 .COO Cincinnati 3 3 .500 Brooklyn 3 3 .son BosUn j 4 ..jog 9hil .::elpliia 2 4 .3;« Pittsburgh 2 5 .286 American League. W. ' L. Fct. Chicago 5 0 1.000 New York 5 1 .833 Philadelphia 4 2 .667 Detroit 4 2 .667 Washington 3 3 .500 Cleveland l 4 .200 St. Louis l 5 .167 Boston o 6 .000 YESTERDAY'S SCOEES. American Association. Kansas City 5, Minneapolis 1. American League. No games scheduled. National League. No games scheduled. ' TOMORROW'S SCHEDULE. American League. New York at Philadelphia. Boston at Washington. St. Louis at Cleveland. Detroit at Chicago National League Chicago at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Boston. Philadelphia at New York. Only games scheduled. In our area the Germans arc frankly hostile. Closer to the border and before we crossed the Rhine their attitude was different But here they look at us with actual hatred in their eyes.—Capt Doris Donovan, Army nurse nt Darmstadt. Drawing Cards Gregory Hits 265 Game, 631 Series LaRoy Gregory ipounded out a whopping 265 third game, to go with lines of 201 and 165 'for a 631 series in the Powell Business Men's League last night. Scores: ' Pure Oil 2 845 862 938—2645 Cities Svc. 1 725 892 775—23.94 Forest Svc. 3 .. '. .770 734 846—2350 Police 0 v. Forfeit Bernsteen 3 .. *.. .870 850 868—2588 Danner Shoes 0 ...725 805 788—2318 F °rd 2 .844 772 814—2430 Wadhams 1 754 748 834—2326 Fluegge Op. 2V..V829 818 878—2525 On. Liquor 1 ... .^1? 831 737—2385 Lakeland Liq. 3 . .819 730 828—2377 Ctu-Uss Cdy. 0 ..... Forfeit Kuhl Tires 3 ... .806 743 861—2410 Hanson Jlrs. 0 .. ...758 728 782—2268 M'cycle Club 2 ...801 814 ,726—2341 Rh. Beer 1 772737786—2295 High 16: L. Gregory 631; D. Shgrpe ' 551 ;.H. Johnson £38; A Barton 575;; E. Larson ;527r "ft Bj»rnsteen-556; *Ar Krueger 526; F. Weigel 540: W. Mor-1 rill 543; J. Stafford 540; W. Strang- stad 555; J. Fennema 525; M Davis! 568; J. Radzinski 538; Peterson 521- F. Richard 523; A. Schnell 521. High single: L. Gregory 265. 'Jug' Girard Inducted into Army MILWAUKEE, April 24 iff] — Earl F. (Jug) Girard, 18, of Marinette, Freshman football star at the University of Wisconsin last fall, was inducted into the Army yesterday. Girard denied a report that he had signed a contract with a professional grid team and said: "I'm sticking with Harry Stuhldreher and Wisconsin until I graduate." Committee to Pick Commissioner Meets By HAROLD HARRISON CLEVELAND, O.. April 24 (/p)-_ Owners of the major league's 16 baseball teams were to lock themselves in a Hotel Cleveland room and. if some of them have their way. they'll stay there until they select a successor to the late Kenesaw Mountain Landis as high commissioner of the-sport. If they succeed in agreeing on someone to handle the $50,000 a year job. they' Will have taken just one day less than five months to make the choice. As the time for the meeting approached there were almost as many persons mentioned in lobby gossip as there were magnates at the conference. Procedure for the day's sessions was ihis: A four-man committee — Don Barnes of the St. Louis Browns Alva Bradley of the Cleveland Indians Phil Wrigley of the Chicago Cubs and Sam Breadon of the .St. Louis Cardinals—which has been considering a long list of possible choices —was to meet first. They have been attempting to agree on a recommen- j dation to the membership and that's what they hoped to do in this .final session. Two hours later the committee was to join the full group from the American and National LeagueS'and if 12 votes from a possible 16 can be mustered for one man, the commissioner will be chosen. Although one group of owners expressed belief they should stay in session this time until they can reach a» agreement, some of tHe •lobby sitters" considered it significant that most of the owners already have their train reservations to leave Cleveland tonight. Ford Frick, president of the National League; Lesslie O'Connor secretary to Landis, and Will Har' ndge. president of the American League, have been serving as > a "three-man commissioner" andMt was believed that setup would be continued if v. agreement failed "to materialize today. iD W i a w Manpower Commissioner Paul V. McNutt of Indiana had some lobby votes for the job. • '•*' Potent Pirate Thir4 baseman Bob Elliott is one of numerous reasons why the Pirates are the Cardinals' most serious challengers. Me has batted in more than 100 runs for two seasons. Ration Guide fil folk Naval Operating Base and Camp Patrick Henry lists the teams, this way: N. O. B.—Capt. L. P. Treadwell, Lt. Comdr. W. A. Parker, Lt. (jg) C. M. Parker, Chief Specialist Chandler Harper, international' 4- ball champion. Patrick Henry—Col. John : R. Fountain, Capt. Carl F. Barker, Lt. John Fortunate, Corp. Joseph Forlunato, metropolitan New York pro; Pvt. Eddie Oliver, former "uncrowned" open champion.. .Wonder what kind of golf a guy has to shoot to hit the top of the list? - Sports Roundup By HUGH FULLERTON, JR. NEW YORK, April 24 (^-Baseball has its problem of what to do about returning servicemen, but the guys who were frozen on the farm or on war jobs and then find it possible to play part of the sear real -headache.. .Natura*..,, agers don't,want to drop'a ™,.x, good-player -to : 'make room f or* s man who may not be as good and' a three-man 'temporarily inactive'* list doesn't give them much room for experimenting...There's a campaign on now to increase this list ...Meanwhile the three "AA" circuits have their own rule which permits them to carry eight ex- service men who aren't counted in the player or salary limits until 15 days after they play their first game...The majors don't have to worry about salary limits, of course, and also can try out eight players, but the lower leagues who need these men the most have to count them as soon as they go on the payroll.. .And who ever heard of a ball player who didn't want to be on the payroll? Rank Favoritism. A Navy announcement of a coming golf match between the Nor- FITZGERALD Pistributed Exclusively by Oneida Wholesale Liquor House Rhinelander, Wis. "Such thick peels! Don't you know there's a w war on?" BOY SCOUTS PUDGE SUPPORT TO DOUSU.V WASTE PAPER PROGRAM Ihr collecaoo of »•«» paper in wo«by program." Thus a 2,000,000 Scows pledges their wined efforts Victory-io aid wounded other worthy community causes. Do your pa« - Save WASTE PAPEB CAMPAIGN "ANOTHER THORP SALE" AUCTION SALE - on the - 1. Andrew Bayer Sr, Farm Located 2 miles west of Woodruff on Highway "47" to Farming Road, then one and one-quarter mile North on Fanning Ro»d. FRIDAY, APRIL 27 Sale Starts at 1:30 P. M. FARM MACHINERY FOB SALE . ,. „.._ ,_ , ... • -""in v iff* nuif, WUJU IIS UttCU 33 ness; , Smiley feed cS } ± UWe "*""*?' l ***** «*™S*>» r . er; Ford wi£r ™*™.*l^ TFHMK AH AN 'WKEW HAYEK,, KU°, VIWP* **** °* t*«.u «v* uu u«y VI SdJi*. \ii tirfini'rtv t« H*. • -- *•• ••• is made. iwwywy 19 »* coi A • *„ T HOR *' FINANCE COBP. ^ke^j¥S^^ h ^i?^Sto.Wta. BejnmM by i^:^^™*^^?^^ *uon wbAU aucl tilt Wisconsin Network f«r oil «... \.,i....t ii^t.. station yow * • • Network for *11 U»* l*tt** »ue|i«iu Shorts and Shells. The White Sox five-game winning streak so far has fans talking about the Browns' nine-straight record at the start of last season.. ; But back in 1884 the St. Louis Maroons won 20 straight to start the union association season...And in 1908 the New York Highlanders did so well early in the season that Ernest Barnard, later American League president, called them "the fastest team ever organized." They promptly proved it by losirig games so fast that by June 30 they were in last place and had a new manager ...Ex-Mayor Jimmy Walker will talk to the New York boxing writers today on the 25 years of boxing under^ the Walker law... Coach of the U. of Minnesota tennis team is Phil Brain. Service Dept. Pfc. Eddie Houck, son of Leo, the Penn State Boxing coach, has been returned to this country for hospitalization. He was severely burned when an oil stove exploded in his fox hole on the western front. Survivors from > U. S. Ships Picked Up • OKINAWA, April 23 (/P)—Four gunboats, probing, waters in the area where the Japanese sank an unidentified Might'U. S. vessel in an .air raid Sunday, have picked lip 105 survivors, it was reported today. The Japanese .lost 49 planes in their abortive attack in force to break down the Okinawa invasion as Yank fliers and ship's gunh blasted them. • By the Associated Pfes's Meats, Mis, efe.^-Book Four red stamps T5 through X5 good through April 28. Stamps YS and Zg and A3 though t)2 good through June 2; f2 tfepugh J2 good through June 3ul 31 thr ° ugh P2 good through PfWBesssed foods—Book Four blue stamps C2 through O2 good through April 28. Stahips H2 through M2 good through June 2; N2 through S2 good through June 1 .30; T2 through X2 goodHhfough July 31. Sugar—Book .Four stamp 35 valid for five pounds through June 2. Next stamp valid May 1. .Shoes -^ Book /Three airplane Stamps 1, 2 and 3 good indefinitely/ OPA says no plans to cancel any. 15-A coupons good for NOTICE OF HEARING. ON APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR -'.': LICENSE, The following application for license has been filed with the undersigned as .Clerk for the City ; of Rhinelander, Oneida County, Wisconsin. NAME: William Collette. ADDRESS: 703 Wabash Street. KIND OF LICENSE: BB. LOCATION ,.59 North Brow« St. Said application will be consid- (ered by the City Council.at a meeting to be held at the City Hall on the 15th day of May and at any adjourned or subsequent meetings until said application has-been fully disposed of 'by the City Council. MABEL CARR, City Clerk. 4-23 T 3t NOT.ICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR I4QUOR LICENSE: • The following application for license has'been filed with the undersigned, as Clerk for the Town of Sugar Camp, Oneida 'County, Wisconsin: j NAME: Howard C.Koeppen. ADDRESS:. Route 2, Rhinelander, Wis, • ' • \ KIND OF LICENSE: BB. LOCATION: Lot 2, Sec. 12, T. 38, R. 9. Said application 'will be considered by the Town Board' at a meeting to be held at the Town Hall on the 10th day of May,. and -at any adjourned or subsequent meetings until said application has been fully disposed of by the Town Board. PIENRY SOWINSKI, Town Clerk. 4-24-3t «^ ;gajlons each through June 21. B48, C-6, fi ; ? and C-? good fof five gallons each. Ptiei oii-rPeriod One through F"iv($ good .everywhere indefinitely. Last year's period Four and Five coupons also valid. NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR 6) iLICENSE: The following application ior'*]?* cense has been .filed, with the undersigned as Clerk for the Town of Sugar Gamp, Oneida County, Wisconsin: -.. NAME: C. A. Novak. " ADDRESS: Route 2, Eagle River, LOCATION: NW NW, Sec. 16, T. 39, R. 9, Said application will be consid*. ered by the Town Board at a meet* ing to be held at the Town Hall on the 10th day of May, and at any adjourned or subsequent meetings until said application has been fully disposed of by the Town 'Board HENRY SOWINSKI,' *, Town Clerk. * 4-24-3t NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE: The following application for license has been filed with the undersigned as .Olerk for the Town of Sugar Camp,-Oneida County, Wisconsin: NAME: Mable Simon. ADDRESS: Route 2, Eagle River, Wis. KIND OF LICENSE: BB LOCATION: Lot 1, Sec. 0, T. 39, :R 9. . , Said application will be considered by. the Town Board at o meet- >ing to be held at the Town Hall on the 10th day of May, and at any adjourned or subsequent 'meetings .until said application has been fully disposed of by the Town Board. HENRY SOWINSKI, Town Clerk. 4-24 We are equipped to make major repairs on Cars, Trucks, Tractors. QUAUTY CHEVROLET CO, Phone 499 INFORMATION WANT ADS are received up until 12 noon; Saturday, 10:00 a. in., for same, day's publication. PHONE YOUR AD TO 1000 LOW WORD RATES Minimum 15 words Charge Cash 1 Time 4 C 3c 3 times 7c 6c 6 times lOc 9c CHARGED ADS allowed cash rate when paid within one week after expiration. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per Inch, Less 3% in 10 days, 84c. COPY accepted with understanding it may be edited, rearranged to suit style. All ads restricted to proper classification. Ads ordered for more than one insertion arid stopped before expiria- tion will be charged only for the number of times published and adjustments made at the rate earned. Errors in advertising should be reported immediately. The News will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. Help Wonted-Mole TO BE EMPLOYED, ALL APPLICANTS MUST FIRST OBTAIN A REFERRAL CARD FROM THE U. S.. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE. 7-14-tJ Notice NOTICE — Gardens plowed. Call 967-J, 4-10-14t Livestock for Sole DEALERS IN HORSES AND CAT- TlyE—Horses sold on easy terms. Highest prices paid for cattle. Write or call Glenn Rosa, Cran- (Jpn, Wis,. 1-4-tf HORSES FOR SALE OR TRADE State kind and age required. Will deliver without cost. Cattle bought and sold. Easy payments. Call or write J. L. Selover, Merrill, Wis. 4-13-tf FOR SALE—Spotted stallion, cherry and white, 1100 Ibs. First check of $350 takes him. Also other horses from 1200 Ibs to 1600 Ibs. Al Haeger, Route 1, Irma, Wis. 4-24-It FOR SALE—Heavy horse. Martin Hansen, Star Route 1, Rhinelander, Wis. 4-24-3t EAISE DELICIOUS BROILERS NOW! RUBENS' Broiler Chicks, $3.85 100; assorted. $2.95. Leading breeds of Chicks and Pullets now hatching. Prompt shipments. Farm Proven Chicks. RUBENS' POULTRY FARM, Casco. Wis. 4-24-121 Wonted WANTED — Garden piowingT''Cail 822?. 4-18-10t WANTED — Garden plowing and dragging; excavating. Call Iv«r Larson/ phone 1117-W. Merchandise for Sale FOR SALE—12-dnch green softwood slabs, $4.75 )oad. Phone 1391-J, - 4-13-lmo FOR FULLER BRUSH PRODUCTS see Louis Kapellen, 621 Messer or call 903. 4-13-lQt FOR SALE — Baby buggy, phone 1103-J. 4-21-3t FOR SALE—Triumph seed potatoes. Mike Burkhart, Rhinelander. 4-24-3t FOR SALE—Boy's bicycle, in good condition. Phone 423-J. 521 Gardner Street. , 4-24-31 FOR SALE—Vicland seed oats, 80 cents bushel. Wisconsin 405'feed oats, 70 cents bushel. Call 308-F2,, Eagle River or inquire Maple Tavern, Sugar Camp. 4-24-Qt Wonted to Buy WANTED TO BUY—Two 18x5.35 tires, in good condition or suitable for recapping. 421 North Brown. 4-24-6t WANTED TO BUY—Modern three bedroom house in Rhinelander. Write Box BW care of the News. 4-24-3t WANTED TO BUY—Wide mouth quart jars. Write "Jars," c-o The News. 4-20-3t WANTED—Tavern with living quarters on highway. With or without acreage. Electricity. Write BOJC "Y," c-o News. 4-21-3.t WANTED TO BUY—Fireplace toojs and screen. Phone 901. 4-21-3.t WANTED—Used car, sedan. Goqtf condition. Reasonable. Phone 1124. 4-23-3t Help Wonted-Female WANTED—Girls and women. Pat tinson Laundry. 4.-20-6 SALESLADIES WANTED — F. W Woolworth store. 4-23-3 WANTED — Girl or woman Jo. housework and care of children while mother works. Phoni 1061-W, 4-24-3 {leal Estate for Rent FOR RENT—Three room apartment furnished, heated, hot water, garage. Call 174 or 218 Elm Court; 3-31-tf FOR RENT—15 to 20 acres good potato ground. Chris Skott, Star Route 2. 4-23-3t FOR RENT — Two bedrooms. If wanted, will serve meals. Phone 1474. 603 South Keenan. 4-24-31 Real Estate for Sale Attractive cottages, lots, lands, lake and river frontage. Northland Lakes, Inc. M. R. JEFFRIS, Pres. PH. 602 MERCHANTS STATE BANK BLDG. FOR SALE—Lake frontage resprt property, cabins and farm lands. F. C. ERLITZ Reg. Real Estate Broker Harshaw, Wisconsin 3-23-ltnp FOR SALE — 38 acres, 20 tillable; scenic river frontage; four-room furnished house. Good well water, good hunting, fishing. Five n)Ues east of Rhinelander on Hwy 8. R.F.D. 1. Telephone 1§9G. Reasonable. 4-}9-5t WANTED TO BUY — Piano accordion. Give price, description. Write Box "Accordion," c-o The News. 4-23-24t WANTED TO BUY—Garden u-ac- tor in good condition, with qr without attachments. Call 707. 4-24-4t WANTED TO BUY—Large lace tablecloth. Phone 1148. 4-24-jt WANTED TO BUY—Shingle mill; also tie mill. Martin Hansen, Star Route 1. 4-24-31 Lost LOST—Near St. Joseph's Church, rhinestone pin, valued as keepsake. Finder call No. 554. Reward. 4-23-3t LOST—Billfoid, with checks, currency, papers. Between Hildebrands wjd Wards Saturday afternoon. Phone 12S3-W- Reward. LO^fT—Small oxygen tank between Oneida Auto Parts and North gidje D-X station. Call Oneida Autp 4-18-lOt Parts. 4-24-2t FOR SALE,-r414 acre farm, with or without livestock; approximately one-half mije Wisconsin River frontage. Inquire F}oyd Isaac, Lake Tomahawk. 4-I!-3t FOR SALE—House on Randall avenue. Phone 1475. 4-23-fit Business Service* OUR NEW STORE IS AT 62 JpRJii SHOWN . Complete stpck of records, tubes and radio parts. BtTOBBAU RADIO AND APPLIANCE CO. ip Service Ph 6^ *-?-« SAPIQ fcEPAIRJS*"° C , B « S RADIO SERVICE 517 Vaughn SJ. Ptone 13 ^. w 4-2-lBM. pjsr*; GaQve TOwJM£SriS« ftEUl trffllQinJ? VOIIP 4?Aiy T5lT.T«* Tim w \AWiQ'9 fir **"*• *'«Wfie UQl-W or 133-W. 4-23-24t NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE: The following application for li- ' cense has been filed with the undersigned as Clerk for the Town of Sugar Camp, Oneida County, Wisconsin: NAME: Jos. J. Pillik. ADDRESS: Route 2, Eagle Wis. KIND OF LICENSE: BB LOCATION: Lot 1, Sec. 21, T. 39, R. 9. Said application will be considered by the Town Board at a jneetlji ing to be held at the Town Hall on the 10th day of May, and at any adjourned or subsequent meetings until said application has been fully disposed of by the Town Board HENRY, SOWINSKI, Town Clerk. gi, 4-24-31; ._ » ^ NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR L'lQUOR LICENSE: The following application for li-A cense has been filed with the undersigned as Clerk-for the Town of Sugar Camp, Oneida County, Wisconsin: NAME: Charles Yager. ADDRESS: Route 2, Rhinelander.^. Wis. £ KIND OF LICENSE: BB. LOCATION: Lot 5, Sec. 35, T. 38, R. 9. • . Said application will be considered by the .Town Board at a meeting to be held at the Town Hall on«. the 10th day of May, and at any* adjourned or subsequent meetings until said application has been fully disposed of by the Town Board. HENRY SOWINSKI, Town Clerk. ,4-24-3t A NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE: The following application for license has been filed with the undersigned as Clerk for the Town of Sugar 'Camp, Oneida County, Wisconsin: NAME: Florance Pecor. ADDRESS: Route 2, Eagle River, Wis. KIND OF LICENSE: BB. LOCATION: NE NE Sec. 1, T. 30, R..9. Said application will be considered by the Town Board at a meet- ing'to be held at the Town Hall on the 10th day of May, and at any adjourned or subsequent meetings until said application has been fully disposed of by the Town Board. HENRY SOWINSKI, Town Clerk. 4-24-3t NOTICE OF HEARING ON AP-* PLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE: The following application for license has been filed with the undersigned as Clerk for the Town of ^ Sugar Camp, Oneida County, Wis- • consin; NAME: Joseph Novak. ADDRESS: Route 2, Rhinelander, Wis. KIND OF LICENSE: BB. LOCATION: Lot 3, Sec. 11, T. 38, f i« y. ^" Said application will be consid- ired by the Town Board at a meeting to be held .at the Town Hall on the 10th day of May, and at any adjourned or subsequent meetings until said application has been fully £• disposed of by the Town Board ; HENRY SOWINSKI, Town Clerk. 4-24-3t NOTICE OF HEARING ON AP- A PLICATION FOR LIQUOR * LICENSE:' The following application for license has been filed with 'the undersigned as Clerk for the Town of Sugar Camp, Oneida County, Wisconsin: f NAME: Edward Lego. ^ADDRESS: Route 2, Rhinelander, KIND OF LICENSE: BB LOCATION: Lot 3, Sec. 35, T. 38, i. 9. Said application will be consid- i> ered by the Town Board at a meet- fn.u 6 £ eld at the Town Hal1 on 10th day of May, and at any adjourned or subsequent meetings until said application has been fully disposed of by the Town Board * HENRY SOWINSKI, * Town Clerk. 4r24-3t TICE Of HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR M LICENSE: § The following application for li- ense has been filed with the undersigned as Clerk for the Town of on? 1 '- P> Onei(ia c ° u «ty. Wis- li V n < d ? onalcl Palmer - ft ESS: Route 2. Rhinelander, * WIS. | KIND OF LICENSE: BB LOCATION: NE SE 8w.' 2, T. 38, •• *?. hf be >e consid- by the Town Board at a meet- n ntil of May, and st any w ""fcwwnt meetings application has been fully of by the To^n Board V HJSNBY SOWJNSKJ. ^ Town Cterk, . § 4-84-8*

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