Neenah Menasha Northwestern from Oshkosh, Wisconsin on December 13, 1973 · Page 44
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Oshkosh, Wisconsin
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Thursday, December 13, 1973
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Thurs., Dec. 13, 1973 Daily Northwestern 44 Obituaries Oshkosh Clarence E. Smith Clarence E. Smith. 71. died today at 12:05 a.m. at the extended care unit of Mercy Medical Center. He had been ill two years. He was born in \Veyau\vega on Dec. 30, 1901. son of Daniel and Augusta Smith, and was married in Oshkosh in 1922 to Miss Ruby Reeve, who preceded him in death. Mr. Smith, before his retirement, had been a meat cutter with Walter Scott Markets. He served with the Army during World War II. Surviving are one daughter. Mrs. Martin (Janice) Wesenberg. Oshkosh; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. at Konrad Funeral Home, with the Rev. Paul Martin, pastor at First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 4-8 p.m. Hugo B. Stapel Hugo B. Stapei. 69. of 90S E. Parkway Avc.. died Wednesday at 1:20 p.m. at Mercy Medical Center, following a short illness. He was born in the Town of Springvale. Columbia County, on Feb. IS. 1904. son of Ernst and Alma Stapel, and was married in Cambria to Miss Ruby A. Kuphal on Nov. 26. 1925. Mr. Stapel had been employed by Spellman Fuel Co. and then Badger Concrete Co. until his relirement in 1969. He was a member of Bethlehem Lutheran Church, member of its board of elders for years and past member of the church council- Surviving are his widow; one son. William E. Stapel. Oshkosh: one sister. Mrs. Edwin (Hazel) Ullrich. Cambria, and one grandchild. Services will be held Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Walter H. Moll officiating. Burial will be in Lake View Memorial Park. Friends may call at Konrad Funeral Home Friday from 4-9 p.m.. and at the church on Saturday from noon until the hour of services. A memorial has been established to Bethlehem Lutheran Church. William F. Zimdars A former Oshkosh resident. William F. Zimdars, 43. of Madison, died Tuesday from injuries he received in an auto accident. Born in Oshkosh on Dec. 13. 1930. he was married to Diane Felker in Oshkosh. He was a graduate of University of Wisconsin-Madison and had lived in Madison for the past 12 years where he was a sales representative for Wisconsin Physicians Service. He was formerly associated with the East Madison Clinic as the clinic manager. Mr. Zimdars was a Korean War veteran, serving in the United States Air Force, and was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church and its Ushers Club in Madison. He was a member of the Medical Group Management Association and the Wisconsin Clinic Managers Association. Survivors include his widow: two sons. William and Bryan, both at home: one brother. Bob. Red Wing, Minn., and his mother. Mrs. Esther Zimdars, Oshkosh. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Madison Bethel Lutheran Church Chapel with burial to be in Oshkosh. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Frautschi Funeral Home, Madison. A memorial has been established to Bethel Lutheran Church for the Capital City Youth Football. Schultz services Services for Mrs. Roy (Anna) W. Schultz. of 1048 Greenwood Court, will be held Saturday at 9 a.m. at Konrad Funeral "Home and 9:30 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church, with the Rev. \Villiam Rickert officiating. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 4-8 p.m. Prayer service Friday will be at 6:45 p.m. She was born in Oshkosh, daughter of Bernard and Matilda Korsch. and was married here to Rov W. Schultz on June 2. 1925. They resided in Fond du Lac County from 1925-44. then in Minneapolis until returning to Oshkosh in 1971. Mrs. Schultz was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church. Surviving are her widower: two brothers. Albert and Otto Korsch. Oshkosh: and three sisters. Mrs. Mayme Gorchels. Madison. Mrs. Betty McMillin. Fond du Lac. and Mrs. James (Lydia) Skole. Oshkosh. Mrs. Myron Kieffer WAUPACA -- Mrs. Myron (Violet) Kieffer. 63. of 336 High St.. died Tuesday evening at Riverside Community Memorial Hospital. Born in Ironwood. Mich., on March 6. 1910. she married Myron Kieffer in Green Bay on June 2. 1933. She was a member of Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran Church. Waupaca, and the Eastern Star and served as associate secretary of Job's Daughters in Waupaca. Survivors include her widower; three daughters. Mrs. Robert (Dawn) Hafele, Overland Park, Kan., Mrs. Maurice (Darlene) Stabe. Green Bay, and Cynthia Kieffer, at home; three sisters. Mrs. Liia Greene. Chicago. Mrs. Myrtle Jacobs and Mrs. Beatrice Hochgreve. both of Green Bay; and two grandchildren. Funeral sen ices will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran Church, with the Rev. William Stewart officiating. Burial will be in the Pine Grove Cemetery in Wausau. Friends may call at the Holly Funeral Home after 4 p.m. Friday. Job's Daughters services will be held at 7:30 p.m. with an Eastern Star service at 8 p.m. Mrs. Oliver Ames WAUTOMA -- Mrs. Oliver (Doris) Ames. 58. Rt. 2. Wautoma. died Wednesday at St. Michael Hospital, Stevens Point, following a short illness. Mrs. Ames was born March 26. 1915, in Coloma and married Oliver Ames Sept. 12. 1930 at Wild Rose. She is survived by her widower; five daughters. Mrs. George Wrasse, Byron. 111.. Mrs. Orion Groven. Edgerton. Mrs. William Grendson. Mrs. Sam Schultz and Mrs. William Phillips, all of Wautoma: three sons, Larry. Andy and Jeffery Ames, all of Wautoma; one sister, Mrs. Gladys Carlson. Sussex, and two brothers. Chester Hadel. Mayville. and Robert Hadel. Redgra nite. Donald Breaux will officiate at services at 1 p.m. Saturday at Wautoma Jehovah Witness Kingdom Hall. Burial will be in the Oasis Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Friday until II a.m. Saturday at Patterson Funeral Home. Wautoma. and from noon Saturday until time of services at Kingdom Hall. Mrs. Robert Rux RICHFORD -- Mrs. Robert (Alma) Rux. 75. Richford, died at her home Tuesday morning. Mrs. Rux was born on Dec. S. 1898 in Milwaukee, the daughter of Fred and Emma Tatzlaff. She married Robert Rux on Nov. 22. 1948. in Harrisville. Survivors include her widower and a step-son. Harvey Rux. Milwaukee. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Richford St. Peter Lutheran Church, with the Rev. George Darling officiating. Burial will be in the Richford Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at the Coloma Hamilton Funeral Home. Mental Health Institute eliminates 58 positions Dr. Darold Treffert, director of Winnebago Mental Health Institute, announced Wednesday afternoon that the Institute will eliminate 58 staff positions as of Jan. 20, 1974. Thirty-four of these positions are presently vacant, and 24 are filled. The director noted too that letters will be sent out shortly to the employ- es involved, notifying them of the lay-off- Terming the lay-off "very unfortunate." Treffert pointed out that it is only the first stage in a cutback mandated by the state. The state budget passed last summer shifted much of the responsibility for the care of the mentally ill from state institutions like Winnebago and Mendota in Madison to the counties. At the same time, it gave the hospitals, new institutes, new tasks. As a result, the director continued. Winnebago is now charged with conducting training and research, providing community consultation and audit of county mental health programs and providing specialized treatment services. "Because we are doing more ' i n s t i t u t y ' types of things, we must reduce our population." he asserted. Simultaneously there must be cutbacks in staff. More than 140 positions must be eliminated, 58 in January and another 35 to 40 in May. Treffert examined both the negative and positive aspects of the lay-off. First of ail, he noted, in order to accomplish it. there will be a cutback in services in several areas. One, all surgery done at the Institute will be eliminated. For the past 15 years. Winnebago medical staff has performed surgery for state patients and those transfer from county hospitals. Now it will rely on Mercy Medical Center, Oshkosh. Two, the alcoholic treatment unit will be reduced from 90 to 30 beds. As of Jan. 1. admissions to that unit will be curtailed. "We expect to be down to 30 beds by Feb. 1." the director stated. Three, the geriatric unit will be reduced from 90 to 30 beds. However, this action is expected to take longer. Treffert pointed out that placing these patients, especially those who were non-ambulatory, might take longer. Nevertheless, he expects to accomplish the reduction by March 1. Four, the children's unit will be reduced from 160 to 120 beds. Since placing problem children is more difficult t h a n p l a c i n g g e r i a t r i c patients, the director said, this reduction will probably not be accomplished until July. The director pointed out also that most of the lay-offs are affecting people in lower job classifications. This was a consequence of Winnebago's roles changing, he said. "When the population goes down, the people who are identified with running the wards are laid off." lie said, again terming the move "unfortunate." Fifty-five of the positions being eliminated fall into these classifications. Twenty- four of these are presently filled. They include 15 aids, five licensed practical nurses, a building maintenance helper, a food service w o r k e r , a plumber and a shoemaker. Treffert noted too that three supervisory positions were being deleted. These included a registered nurse and a nursing and custodial supervisor. David Kliber, president of Wisconsin State Employes Union Local.48, reacted to the announcement of the lay-off this morning. "We were expecting it." he stated, speaking on behalf of the union. He felt that it was a shame that the state government had mandated the cut- back in services. "It's giving us a second rate hospital instead of the first rate one we had." he declared. Peaceful holiday is broken by spate of county breakins Neenah-Menasha Frank W. Blohm Appleton Mrs. Katherine (Jones) Hackleman APPLETON" -- Mrs. Katherine (Jones) Hackleman. 94, formerly of 524 N. Richmond St.. died about 10 p.m. Wednesday after a lengthy illness. She was born May 16. 1879, in the Town of Kingston. " She was a school teacher in the Town of Kingston until her marriage to Houston Hackleman on June 3. 1911, when they moved to Appleton. Survivors are one stepson. Willard Hackleman of Memphis. Tenn.; one sister, Mrs. Edna Murphy of Kingston; three grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband many years ago. Complete funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Wichmann Funeral Home with Dr. John Edward Feiible officiating. Interment will be in Riverside Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, "and from 8 a.m. Saturday till the time of service at the funeral home. Frank C. Wettengel APPLETOX -- Funeral services for Frank C. Wettengel of Sll S. Summit St.. who died Wednesday morning after a lengthy illness, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. Friday, and after 8 a.m. Saturday, at the Wichmann Funeral Home. A prayer service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday. XEENAH -- A former Xeenah resident. Frank W. Blohm. 75, of Portland. Ore., died Tuesday evening at Theda Clark Memorial Hospital. Born in Neenah April 5. 1S98. he had been a resident of Portland for the past IS years. He was a World War II veteran. Survhing are the widow. Beatrice: four daughters. Mrs. Caroline Redman. Mrs. Shirley Schmoll and Miss Darlene Blohm. all of Portland, and Miss Faye Bohm of Miami. Fla.; three sons. Carl. James and Donald, all of Appleton; two brothers. Fred and Waiter, both of Xeenah; a sister. Mrs. Irene Pozlinski. Xeenah. and i-5 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday in Portland. The Laemmrich Funeral Home. Menasha. is in charge of local arrangements. Winnebagoland Edward J. Secora REDGRAXITE -- Edward J. Secora. 61. of RedgranUe. a former Milwaukee resident, died Wednesday evening at his home. Ke was born Sept. 20. 1912 in \Vau^hara County, the son of Joseph and Edna Brolfco.-Aski Secora. On Dec. 30, 1933. he married Gladjs Warren in Rockfurd. 111. Mr. Secora had been employed a^ a high pressure fireman at the Rex Chainbelt Company of Milwaukee until the time of his retirement in 1969. He then moved to Redgramie. He was a member of the St. Mark Catholic Church, Redgranite, and the Quarter-Century Club of the Rex Chambelt Company. Survivors include his widow; four sons. Terrence, Clifford, Charles and Mark, all of Milwaukee; one daughter, Mrs. Karen Wissbraecker. Milwaukee; one brother, Harold. Redgranite: three- s;sters, Mrs. Lloyd (Genevieve) Ellsworth. Berlin. Mrs. Chester (Florence) Piorkowski, Milwaukee and Mrs. Haroid (Louise) Wacholtz, Redgranite. and II grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Hempt'l-Ruminski-Seefeld Redgranite Chapel and at 10 a.m. at St. Mark Catholic Church, the Rev. Leo Przybylski officiating. Burial ui!l be in the parish cemetery. Fnend.s may call at the Redgranite Chapel from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday. A Biok- \igil w i l l be he!d at 8 p.m. Friday. John F. Brandt RF.ADFfKLD -- John Frederick Brandt, 14-year-old son of th- Kr-v. and Mrs. John Brandt of Readfield, died early this morning at the University Hospital in Madison following a Iingf-rmg illness. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Lcwin Funeral Hcrnf. Fromont. Mrs. Agatha J. Pegel APPLETOX -- Mrs. Agataha J. Pegel, 69. of 1830 E. Glendale Ave.. died unexpectedly Wednesday morning. An Appleton resident most of her life, she was born in Symco on March 12. 1904. She had formerly been employed by the Zwicker Knitting Mills for 39 years, retiring seven years ago. She was a member of Mount Olive Lutheran Church, the Ladies Aid Society and the Golden Age Club. Survivors include three sons. Eugene, Evan and Gerald, all of Appleton; a brother, Arthur Lueck. Ogdensburg; three half- sisters. Mrs. Arthur Boutwell of Manawa. Mrs. Albert Ame- !ung of Mellen and Mrs. Ethel Greb of Seymour. 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The Rev. R. E. Ziesemer will officiate at funeral services at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Mount Olive Lutheran Church. Interment will be in Highland Memorial Park. Friends may call at the Bretischneider-Trettin Funeral Home from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday, and on Saturday at the church from 9 a.m. until the hour of service. A memorial fund has been established for Mount Olive Lutheran Church. Hazel ".. .And some model planes, please, like props and jets and copters and... For several weeks sheriff's deputies have been seen finishing their duty shifts and saying, rather routinely, that nothing happened overnight, but that all changed Wednesday as deputies were called on to answer seven separate breakin complaints and numerous other complaints regarding thefts and vandalism. Victimized in the Town of Menasha were the following business places: v Pete's Auto Body. 624 Valley Road, where more than S450 worth of items were stolen and about S100 damage was done to a car owned by Carlene Boettcher, 1521 Gillett St., Appleton. The car was parked in the garage during the Wednesday early morning breakin. v Marc's Kentucky Fried Chicken, 795 W. Foster Ave.. where an AM-FM radio and combination tape player was reported stolen sometime after closing at 10:15 p.m. Tuesday. The business place also had a large amount of damage inside, officials said. v Jack's Service. -507 Chain Drive, where items worth more than §2,000 were stolen in a breakin after closing at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. v Wiegand Lumber Co.. 1197 Racine Street Road, where rolls of coins in a cash receipt box were removed. Value of the coins wasn't listed on the .report. The breakin occurred sometime after closing Tuesday afternoon. Two other business firms, located outside of the Town of " Menasha. which reported breakins Tuesday are: ^"Campers parked at Wentzel's Resort. Town of Winneconne. About 17 of the campers were forceably entered. Very little was reportedly taken in the incidents, but property damage was listed as high. i'' A farm home owned by August Pribbernow. north of Zitiau in the Town of Wolf River. Items taken from the vacant home consisted of antique furniture, reports said. i/' Shamrock Bar. Town of Rushford. which was entered sometime early today or ia'e Wednesday. The safe inside the tavern had been opened, but the intruder apparently was scared away by a Winnebago County sheriff's deputy before anything of \alue could be taken. .Jack Tarr. 1717 X. Charlotte, an. employe of Pete's Auto Body, discovered the breakin when he arrived at work early Wednesday morning. Officials said the intruders, apparently pushed in a piece of fiber board on an overhead door to enter the building. They -took a paint spray gun, a complete set of acetylene torches w i t h h a n d l e s and regulators and a 50-foot section of hose, a gallon of primer paint and about S40 in change from a soft drink machine. Pete A. Peterson. 408 Xas- sau St.. Menasha. the proprietor of the firm, also reported that Ms. Boettcher's car. identified as a Corvette with a fiberglass body, had a clear la- quer paint poured over it during the same incident. Officials said it would cost about S100 to refinish the auto. Peterson said the breakin occurred sometime after 10:30 p.m. Tuesday when he left the shop. He filed the report with deputies at 8:13 a.m. Wednesday. Jess W. M i l e s , 1524 E. Tracy St.. Appleton, reported that the chicken specialty shop he manages was entered sometime since 10:15 p.m. Tuesday when it was locked by his assistant. Steve Schneider. 549 Chain Drive, Menasha. Miles reported that when he a r r i v e d f o r w o r k e a r l y Wednesday he discovered a multitude of items had been spilled on the floor inside the s h o p . I n t r u d e r s a l s o a t tempted, unsuccessfully, to peel the office safe, he said- Entrance was gained through a southeast side door. Jack BrouiUard, 507 Chain Drive, reported to deputies at 9:46 a.m. Tuesday that his service station had been entered sometime overnight. Among items taken were tool boxes and tools "worth more than SI .500. and several auto mechanical tuners, each worth between §75 and S240. The garage was locked at about 6 p.m. Tuesday. B r o u i l l a r d said. The intruders entered the building by prying open a door on the building's west side. Brouillard said some of the tools stolen were o\vneci by Bruce E. Mueller. 1506 X. Superior St.. Appieton. a mechanic at the garage. Henry A. Wiegand. proprietor of the lumber company who reported the breakin at his business Wednesday, said the i n t r u d e r s entered the building by forcing open a south side window. Tow-n of Menasha Police Chief Robert Weyenberg. who performed the initial investigation, said the intruders spilled wood stain on the walk area inside tue building and threw papers on the floors. Contents of d r a w e r s were spilled on the floor. Weyenberg said the building had been ransacked. Milton E. Wentzel. Winneconne. filed the report with deputies at 8:19 a.m. Wednesday saying that about 17 trailers owned by out-of-town residents, were entered sometime during the night. Most of the trailers received major damage and very little was believed to have been taken. However, officials said, a check with each of the camper's owners would ha\e to be made. Milwaukee .V.ILV/A U K = E ! AP j -- V, 2n«daVs cctfie rncfket closed sVang Jo 50 er; good Jo choice s-eers 35 00 33 00, good to c- H 0".e he*ers 2- 50CT.OO. good Holstein steers ^-s.OC35SC; star.dard 'o iO'.v coed sieers end "e-fcrs 33 CD 3-i OX dairy he.fers 32 SO-3-: GO, uMil/ co.-.s 37 50-3300; confers c^d cutters 25 503".00, comme'C'ai suss 31 00 -iO.30: common 2vOi5-33.09 Ccl j-es Vr^dr-^sdcy's mar'- el c'osed stead\ c**-oico ta'ves 60 GC-65 03- aooci 53 '"D-c-v'.CO; feeac' ou'' cc*'-es 50.00 60.00- teecsr he.rer calves ~0.-3j 90 0? Hoos' vVedrse^dav s mcr'-ceJ c'osed shorts 1 .- " 50-2 CO io*er. Jich* .-.eiciht b-^Jcr-c'S 36.50-37 50, extreme top 33 CC; heo*;v butchers 35.50-36.50; :iaht so.-.s 29.50-30 50. heavy so.-.s 23,50-2? 50: 5oG.'s 2i GO and CoAn Rape victim wins $5,000 settlement Radio station WNAM of Xee- nah and its owner. Cummings Communications Corp.. of Chicago. 111., paid S-5.00h in damages to a 25-year-old alleged rape victim whose name was released on a routine news program in September. TJie w o m a n ' s a t t o r n e y . Thomas Hughes, affirmed the out of court settlement, saying he had recencd the check in behalf of his client in the mail Tuesday. The settlement was apparently reached several days earlier following negotiations. State law fonids the use of a rape victim's name by news nicnia and am news medium which \ioiates the law exposes itseif to a possible fine if prosecuted in criminal court. The woman was reportedly forced" into a car in Oshkosh on Sept. 10 and driven io a truck stop on Highway 41 near Outa-jaime County Trunk X. where she was able to s^el free and notify authorities. Her name was used w i t h an accompanying story on the Xee- nah radio station the anit- d a y . T h e w o m a n w e n t t o Hughes, who later helped tret the civil damage settlement The case had nexer b^en in court. Oshkosh Legal Notices ' APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE Tne Sollowing has mode oM!'Co4ion 5c«" Intoxiccrma Lsawr License =n »e C«v 0! Oshkosh. Sfte granjing o» *hicn as no A" pe**3inQ: COMBINATION CLASS ~6" FERMENTED MALT AND INTOXICATING LIQUOR LICENSE (EXPIRES: June 30. 19M) NAME AND ADDRESS: ffiaon H. GoseA«*r. 2710C So^en Siree: LOCATION OF PREMISES: 527 £. »cr*,-.av Avenue. ?f.tx s. w. CONVERSE C MARKS. C!TY CLESK Piolisn Dec. 32. 13 U. !»« ORDER LIMITING TIME FOR FILING CLAIMS (ON WAIVER) AND DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP S T A T S of Wisconsin. Winneooso Co'jnsy Co'.-rS, Prooate Broken 'n :fte .'.loner w !ne Estate oi Rsc?v cfd J. \V:ncivler. Deceases. A petition lor cd^jnis'rciion of !~e esicse end «2eier.T;jnoton oJ fteirsnio G* Richard J. WincMer. Winneoogo County. Wisconsin, oos: oHice address 6'" v/isccns.n St.. Oshkosh. Wisconsin, nov- :ng been l;led; !T IS ORDERED THAT: 3. Creator's cicuris must 5e taseO on or oeioi-e ,vere« !1 - W-. or oe osrred: 2. Heirship Aill oe determ-ned o--.d claims will oe exomsneti a."-d QcJi^sred on .'.lorcn 26, 197-:. 01 :.1e Winr.eOcgo County Co'-'.-tnouse, in Osnkosh. Wss consin. at the opening of Court or thereafter Oatec Novemoer 27. 1973. 3v tne Co-jrt. HerSert J. Mueller, County Judge, .'.'core. Attorneys at S_a.v. Attorneys. 415A N. .Vain S! . Osri 1 CSh. Wisconsin :SOi_ PuDiisn NOV. 25. Dec. 6-33. 5973 " SUMMARY ASSIGNMENT: NOTICE TO CREDITORS S T A T E of Wisconsin. Wir.neaago Cour-.y Court. Probate Brancn in the ·.·otter of «he Estde d LuC'iie J. Rueciinger. Deceased A cetition for the suir.narv assiqr:- me^f of trie estcte o? L'jciHe J. R-jec'- r-.ser. .V nnebogo Co^"ty. /.'iscons*", DOS! o-f:ce address 526 '.V !-ifh Averse, QsMkosn. v. is. Si90l, has beer* f:'ea. Creditors" r:Qn! to bnna an cct-or: Terminates tr-ree months cf'er tne date o' cuDJiccTion or inis nctsce Creators may Grins action oy fi!ir:o c c'cim :r. ne Co^ntv Court Jo 1 " '.Vinne- oaoo CO'jm,'. before tne orocert/ is cs- SJQrie'J or by bringina su't CQCinsf the cssianees after ;r;e oropert/ *s as- sianed The o-ooertv mo. 3e assigned to tne cred'fors and persons interested ere entit-ec! "o tne scrr-e, ond A-HO ore Kno-^.n to tne Court, en January 35197-, or thereofter. J. Ruedinaer Pet::;oner 525 W. Uth Ave- Osnkosh. v.'is. 5490! Post Otfice Address WILLIAMS. .'.·· = VER, Y.'ILLIA.V.S HASSE AttQ-ne.-s. P.O Sox 797, i29 A:go~c Bivti. Osn-.GSh V/is. P^!j!:sh pec. 13. !?73 SUMMARY ASSIGNMENT: NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE of ".Viscorisin. '.Vinnebcoo Cour-tv Cour:, Prooate Brcncr: in tpe ,v,ctter o- the Estate of .V.ce Zi!r c-*-c iV.ce G Ziir. Deceases A petition for tne summary assicn ment of the estate of "oe Zi!r c-r.-a .V.ce G. Zi!;. v.'innebcco County. Wisconsin, aosf o'fice address : 5io Onio Street. OshKcsh. iVisconsi". r-.cs oeen fred Creditors' ri^ht to brina c-» action terminates three rncnths after the rjc'e of aualicatiors of tr-is not-ce. Creditors mcy Srina action by f:H-"3 c claim in the Couri:v Court for ".Vinre- oaco Count.', oe'o^e the a-o:er*y is as s;aned to the creators cr-c oe~5ons :r, terestec v.ho ere e-'fi'ied to tne same, end ere knc,*."i to tne Court, o" January 15. 197-. or Thereafter Arthur Ii!z Peti':o"er ;5?o Ohio Street Os'-kosn. '.Yiscorsir- ^ost O"-ce Address Huahes and Hcrrand La.-. O":ce Attorneys :62i Cor.qress Averue Oshkosh. '/.'.scons:n Dec 53. :97- ORDER LIMITING TIME FOR FILING CLAIMS (ON W A I V E R ) AND DETERMINATION Of HEIRSHIP S T A T E of '.Visconsin. v.'inneoaoo County Cour-. Prooafe Brancn ii t-:e .'.'infer of the S s t c t e 0' T-ionos J Klo:oer. Deceased A ae':tion for sdrrinis-rchor- o' 'no estate and 3£ferrn:nct'on of heirs^o ot J. Kioiber. '.Vtnneooso Covr.t.. V. ,5-consin. Dost office acdres^ 7ol V. C- P "-e^U^, OshVos-h «"«i-^ccnsiri fa-' me been filed. iT !S O=?DE=3ED T H A T - j C'ediJor's cio'-ris mu^t b- fii.-d on o' be'ore '-'.arch 'S. '·*'-. o* be bared; ? Heirsnio j*-,:i DC de'errrn-.-'d tr"-J c'ainis -·.!'' be e»crr i ;ned ond cd'^^fcj O"~' "P' 3 2. T97.;, at the '·'. ^"OOTOO Ccv".t,- Co'jrtnouse ·" O-^no^ .'.-s con^in. Gf tne ooenina cf C O ' ^ r t o" fherec'l^r Doted Decenber "·':. ;S7; B- the Court, "orbc't j '.', C5'Cr County J-jdae .v.ow'e. At*o'r-?.s at La.v. Attornevs. -35A N "cm St'eet OsrAosh .Viscons-n 5-°;: Publish Dec '·? J'' ? :«7~ Legal Notices NOTICE The foi:o.-.ira ho-, -node c^r 5 ' CT coo-.e auofed 'ouor i-cc^ c Tov.n o' BJaci -/.o-f. /. -r -^^u. to' Lc-.csjc'e Resc-'f C-cr r.e.itn. o'.vncr end ODC'a'O'. nd dj Lcc Dr Os^.o· t .^ V, -s ' C'Cf' i'sr Dec 15 u 15 -37; ORDER LIMITING TIME FOR FILING CLAIMS (ON W A I V E R ) AND OETEO.V.INATION OF HEiRSHi? ~ ' " S'C-CT I" tr.e "c"e- of t.^e Esta'e o" vor ·^ jore Snr.baue-. Deceased A oet-*iOn *o* C3 ^iin.^trcf'rtn o* **-" es'cte c^3 aete-i-, of hm-snio o" '.·T.O-' Jc~.e So~*^bc: u -c'. '.V'Tiecor^--. '·'» "no^Gco Co^nf.. .V 'SCO^S!" 1 . ;xsi o* " Young jail escapee sought Unlisted ·Roger and over." Meyers Industries Pill ond Puff Northwest Telephone Brnd Insulation Winnebago County officials were searching today for an 18-year-old jail inmate who failed to return to jail after he was released for work for the first time Wednesday afternoon. The alleged escapee was identified as Daniel C. Pagel, last address listed as 353 W. Seventh Ave., Oshkosh. According to the report. Pagel \vas being held in connection with numerous recent burglaries within the City of Oshkosh. He was granted Huber Law working privileges while he awaited his court appearances and deputies took him to the Xeenah Foundry where he was supposed to report for his first day of work. A deputy went to the foundry at 2:30 a.m. t o d a y and waited for Pagel to transport him back to jail. When Pagel didn't show he left for another assignment. At 3:10 a.m. the same deputy returned and Pagel again didn't appear. A check w i t h the f o u n d r y revealed Pagel n e v e r h a d s h o w e d u p f o r work. , . . . !T =S O?DE=?ED T H A T 1 Creditor s C'a''~ i s r^us* ?e :,i^j co or sef'e fi-'e iSth dcv o' .Vo.-ch. !v7i, G- »e fccr'«j. "· .%·!! be dete -- .:-ea ana c'a.-n-,. .-.. : i e«cr-!-ed c-.t aa.-,-,tcJ o^ f^e ?atft ?.ai of V-crch 197.2. cf the '.Vi«netxjQo Couitv Courthouse, in Osn" osn. A'iseonsin. G t j., e ojje-.,,,,;, of Co^rt G' ftie'es'te'. Dcte-d Decerrfcer 12, 1^72 B Y - tne Coj'i. He-bert j .v.uclier, County Judce v.'iiiiams. .V.ever, v, ;j i ams Hccse. Attorr.evs, -529 Aloomc BiVd, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 5J90! Publish Dec 13-2027. !»73. County Legal Notices INVITATION TO BIO The Pork View Health Center will accept sealed bids uo to 1 30 P V. January 2. I974. for t*o only, fifteen adult oassenqer 197J van type wagons. Specifications for this bid may be Dick' ed UD at the Park View Health Center office, 725 Butler Avenue, Winnebaqo. Wisconsin, Monday through Friday 8 - 3 0 A M to 4:30 P AA. The Pork View Health Center re serves the right to accept or rci-ct any or all bids AKo, reserves the nqhl to accept Ihe bid most odvan- taaeous to Ihc Park View Health Ccn tor PARK VIEW HEALTH CENTER D E Zboroy, M.S.Efl.. NHA Administrator Publish Dec 17, 13 ond 14. 1973 EWSPAPERl EWSPAPERl

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