Green Bay Press-Gazette from Green Bay, Wisconsin on December 8, 1985 · Page 16
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A-16 Sunday, Dec. 8, 1985 Green Bay Press-Gazette Metro State o N, ? S" f -d)'''Mj)t ; .'ki -:i - iiiiiiiimiminiiliirai-ir ' -'' i-.. . ,Ji, r .irfiMmMMiiiiiii?iiiiiM-lllliiiw-Mitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiri Don't need it? Can't use it? Then sell it through Green Bay Press- Gazette Want Ads Missing Oneida County man on way home when car found Press-Gazette A missing Oneida County man was returning to Wisconsin from his son's home in Portland, Ore., before his car was found burning at a Montana freeway rest stop, according to the man's nephew. A car belonging to Dexter Stefonek, 67, was discovered in flames Nov. 19 at the Interstate 94 wayside about 20 miles west of Glendive, Mont. Authorities suspect foul play in the disappearance. A Dawson County Sheriffs Department deputy said Saturday that the fire has been ruled an arson by investigators at the Montana state crime laboratory. A caretaker at the rest stop reported seeing a man not matching Stefonek's description drive the car in at about 9 a.m., remove three one-gallon jugs apparently containing gasoline and pour the contents into an unoccupied van already parked in the area. The sheriffs deputy said other witnesses described the vehicle as a three-quarter ton cab with a white pickup trailer. And, although the caretaker reported that the vehicle was missing its rear license plate, authorities learned upon further investigation that the vehicle carried Arizona plates. The missing man's nephew, Dennis Stefonek of Rhinelander, said Friday that he has been able to closely monitor the situation because he works at a northern Wisconsin radio station. The younger Stefonek said he reads wire service reports each morning when he comes to work. Oneida County Sheriffs Department deputies and Montana police also have kept him and other relatives, informed of the case, Dennis Stefonek said. He said he is the closest relative of his uncle in the Rhinelander area at this time. A half-brother is vacationing out of the city and his uncle has many cousins in Rhinelander, Dennis Stefonek said. The elder Stefonek was employed by the Rhinelander-Paper Co. for more than 30 years before retiring about three years ago to care for his wife, who was ailing from arthritis. His wife died about a year ago, but Stefonek continued to reside at their home in the Oneida County town of Pine Lake. Press-Gazette photo by John A. Robb Screening for cancer: Four-year-old Evan of oral cancer during an clinic Saturday at Miskella of De Pere focused his eyes on Dr. Bay Park Square in Ashwaubenon. Quandt Scott Quandt, who examined him for signs is a Green Bay dentist. U.P. man gets life term for murder Press-Gazette FLORENCE A Merrirnan, Mich., man Saturday was convicted of first-degree murder in the 1984 shooting death of a Kings-ford, Mich., youth. After 4V& hours of deliberation, a Florence County jury returned the verdict against Leon Christian, 39, accused of killing David Barker, 18, outside the Double R tavern in the town of Florence. Florence County Circuit Court Judge James Karch sentenced Christian to a life term at the Dodge Correctional Institution. Christian will be held in the Oconto County Jail until there is an opening at "the Dodge facility in about four to six months. The trial began Tuesday in Florence County Circuit Court. Barker was shot outside the tavern on Wisconsin Highway 2 about midnight July 17, 1984. He was transported to Dickinson County Memorial Hospital in Iron Mountain, Mich., and pronounced dead early the next morning. Christmas concert set The West De Pere Junior High School will hold its Christmas concert at 8 p.m. Monday in the high school gymnasium. There is no admission charge. Announcing... World's First Genuine Goebel Hummel Limited Edition Figurine JUBILEE The 1985 Fiftieth Anniversary Hummel So rare, just one collector in fifty will ever own one. Jubilee is the only figure that will bear this special Anniversary hallmark. The Love Lives On 2 so y -I YEARS J rs '1 1 'if0- " 4 V ft. f- Jubilee will be limited to 1985 production We predict Jubilee will become the next $1 ,000 Hummel. Why you should invest in Jubilee In 1977, when we learned that Valentine Gift was to become the world's first limited edition Hummel Club Figurine, we urged collectors to invest. At that time Valentine Gift sold for $45 Today, it sells everywhere for between $375 and $500. In 1985, Jubilee becomes the world's first, true, limited edition Hummel figure. This rare first, with its exclusive 50th anniversary hallmark, is going to be the most sought after Hummel figure ever. Supply vs. Demand When we learned of the new Jubilee figure, we tried to order 1000 pieces. Our allotment: 150 figures. Our Guarantee: Send us a $20 deposit now and we Guarantee that if You're one of the first 150 collectors to respond, you'l get a Jubilee. Further, we'll match any other dealer's price at time of delivery or we'll refund your deposit, plus interest. Many dealers may promise you a figure. We GUARANTEE it. Vital Statistics Jubilee World's first true Limited Edition Goebel Hummel Figure. Height b'S". bpecial, one time only, bot tom stamp. Limited to 1985 production. Please enter my order for Jubilee Figures at $199.95 each. My $20 deposit is enclosed ( ) Check enclosed ( ) Charge my credit card acct. .Exp.. Availability: very scarce Issue Price: $199.95 Strict Limit: Three figures per collector. 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