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Wisconsin State Journal from Madison, Wisconsin • 14

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PAGE 14, SECTION 1 WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1968 Blair and Janet M. Kroll. 335 W. Doty St. Alvin R.

Reiner, 1837 Spohn and Kathleen L. Munz, 2031 Sherman Ave. Charles A. Hannum, 941 Pontiac Trail, and Carol A. Coon, Wedaestday Special FISH ALL YOU CAN AT AMATO'S HOLIDAY HOISE ill Park Wed.

Fri. Sat. Doc Dc Haven and hif comb Madison's Finest (an Combo Pirate Ship 116 N. Fnrehild St. levs to Mav 14.

at libertv on 1200' Thomas Haw. 1013 Park BIRTHS AT METHODIST (Tuesday, Apr. 30. IKS) bail. Circle, Sun Prairie, and Karen worthless checks John F.1F.

Schmidt, 49 Lansing St. 419 N. Pinckney St ENJOY YOURSELF THREE BEAUTIFUL DANCERS PERFORM 4:30 to 6:30 Evenings 9 to 1 The Dangle Lounge 119 E. Main one half block off tht rooitof Saoare 'Sir. and Mrs.

Truman Hesse, Manning, ta. aienora. Jeffrey Morrow, 1121 Troy Michael A. Cantwell, 4405 Travis Terrace, and Constance mai posiponea May ti oniDr and Cynthia L. Hinz, 2517 agreement of attorneys, at lib- i Myrtle St.

VERN'S Y'j erty on signature for $200 bail. The Old Stamm House Century Am, Brancn Mioewtoo Phone 836-5835 14 Lansing daughter. AT UNIVERSITY (Tuesday, Apr. St, 1968) Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas Roe mer, 1228 E. Dayton daugh ter. E. Desch, 465 S. Segoe Rd.

DIVORCES GRANTED Judith V. Siesen, 38, of 413 Presi Sachio Nishi, Warren, Grand theft-Michael L. Sab- and Marilyn J. Shave, 101 S. Orchard St.

roff, 18, of 540 W. Oiin dential Lane, from Richard pleaded innocent, preliminary hftqrimf MQit 1ft ff 43, of 1329 Tempkin Ave. Mozelle R. Smith, 24, of 3702 Mr. and Mrs.

Gerald Arm-j hearing May 10, released on strong, 103-1 Eagle Heights, $500 bail; John Thomas Musil- Packers from Robert son. Ilani, 19, of 1909 Madison Every Wednesday SAUERBRATEM MIT NUDLEN Every Tuts Tntfrs. ft Sat. Gerald W. Emmerich, 524 Marigold and Mary M.

Schwenn, Waunakee. Julian S. Hagen, Verona, and Marvay D. Stotmeister, 4913 Chalet Gardens Rd. Marvin J.

Heidenreich, Mil-i 25, of 1722 Manley St. AT ST. MARY'S pleaded innocent, preliminary (Monday, Apr. 22, jhearmg May 8, released on par- Set Them Tonight! Direct From Canada The Chieftones i Witti ttieir now, better than ever Show. Hurry they'll bo hero for limited time only I Fish.

$1.25 Chicken. SI. 50 Sylvia L. Baal, 28, of 3845 Johns from Robert 30, McFarland. Mr.

and Mrs. Chris S. Mem-ients' $o00 surety bond. holz. Cross Plains, son.

Wed. Nile: Family Style CHICKEN DUMPLINGS or VEAL CUTLETS Robbery Ruth Ann Kast (Tuesday, Apr. 30, 1968) 23, of 2249 Roth preliminary waukee, and Donna R. Hodge 921 N. Wingra Dr.

All Yen CON EOf Plus Regular Men New Serving Toes, thru Thurft. Frt, ft Sat. 0. Sun. Neon to 1 Ml.

oft Hwy. II Between Sauk City and Madison on County In Roxburv Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pasold, Warren J. Carriveau, Dous- 4016 School son.

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert hearing postponed on attorneys' agreement to May 15, released on own signature for $10,000 ball. Starting fire by careless man and Patricia A. Lazarz, ESTATES FILED FOR PROBATE Anna Sandell, Madison, who died Mar.

30, real property, $16,500. Gustave a Madison, who died Feb. 29, personal WED. SMORGASBORD BUNNY HOP j. White Hare Cocktail Lounge open each night No cover.

Schlirr.gen, 6329 Masthead 2817 Milwaukee St I C-4 U.I son. Frederick C. Thomas, 2301 Featuring wide variety of meats. Mr. and Mrs.

Edwin P. Fran 12, ,1 No Minimum. smoking Ldwm F. and Patricia A. salads, relishes.

Adults $2 00; chil property, $26,000. 39, West AUis, $50 and $7 court Lucev. 2 Lanedon St. Ellen M. Bond, Madison, who costs or five days.

I I CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS I I III $135 II died Apr. 26, personal property, cis, 137 Ohio daughter. AT MADISON GENERAL (Monday, Apr. 29, 1968) Mr. and Mrs.

L. James Fitzpatrick, 105 S. Whitney Richard D. Beale, 126 and Mary J. Williams, rrnkiiki a a a Failure to dispose of dead ani dren 11.00.

Served 5 to t. FISH FRY EVERY FRIDAY BOB'S All RESTAl Serving Nltely Except Mondays '21 E. Main St. Sun Prairie 137-MSe over $10,000. DeForest.

Winnie F. Nicholson, Madi-; mals Charles Hall, 56, Rt. 2, Cambridge, trial postponed to May 6 on agreement of attorn Wednesday Nile 5 'til 10 p.m. Patrick C. Croak and Carol Way, daughter.

son, who died Apr. 20, personal Roast Pork Loin Homemade German ISorvodfodTlllt Dtnlnf Room Open 11 A.M. I DANCE I I TONIGHT 0 11:45 I I John Trio I H. Schueler, both of Calumet Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas Kalish, property, $2,000. eys, at liberty on $400 property Sauerkratoa Potato Salaa Wiener Schnltioi Srets and Kraut Salaa Bar and Desserts City, 111. bond. DEATHS IN MADISON Willard J. Zifke Rt.

1, Non-support Kenneth Jo Mrs. Carl Anderson. 53, Wind Madison, and June' M. Duessler, seph Ballweg, 161 Lansing sor, in a hospital, Apr. 29.

Marshall. dismissed. Mrs. William J. Fitzgerald, IVY INK Noon Luncheons 1 1 :30 2 p.m.

2355 University Ave. Ph. 238-2008 Cathy Keyer. at the Organ Gerall J. Finn, 1816 Waunona Ii 1 1 PARTY FACILITIES I For Over 250 I Interfering with custody of parolees from State Girls Way, and Angele J.

Fiscus, 1106 Nishishin Trail. School Harold L. Kreier, 19, 58, Mineral Point, in a hospital, Apr. 30. Mrs.

Rose Frank, 69, of 1544 Adams in a nursing home, Apr. 30. Peter F. DiMartino Jr.t 218 Parking at Rear and Across Street of 1414 N. Sherman one Mm.

ft Wed. FreiichVS TENDERLOIN STEAK SPECIAL Served with Rehshea, Soup. Potatoes. Salad, Bread, Coffee Tea or QC Milk. Top Sirloin Dinner $3.25 Located on Hwy.

12 at Airport Rd. N. at Middloton IU-N74 Van Deusen and Patricia year probation. 1409 Trailsway, daughter. Mr.

and Mrs. Staphan Myrah, 4214 Cherokee daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Adamski, 437 W.

Main twin sons. (Tuesday, Apr. 30, 1968) Mr. and Mrs. Leland Turner, Rt.

2, Waunakee, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William Brend-ler, 407 Momingside daughter. Mr.

and Mrs. John E. Spahr, 2810 Hoard daughter. Mr. and Mrs.

Robert C. Wilson, Black Earth, son. Dr. and Mrs. Robert M.

Levy, 2414 Fontaine Circle, daughter. 1 1 3052 E. Washington Ave. I A. Bohn, 206 Van Deusen St.

Allen L. Wilhite and Mable Filing false Wisconsin income tax returns for 1964 through L. Stamn, both of Las Vegas, Nev. 1966 John E. Hacker Milwaukee, pleaded innocent, transferred to Circuit Court for Gerald F.

Deberstadt, 207 W. Washington and Alida I. STATE VIET VICTIM WASHINGTON oru-The Army reported Tuesday the death in action in Vietnam of Sgt. Bruch P. Nettelsheim, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Mark A. Nettelsheim of Sussex (Waukesha County), Wis. SUPPER 1 I CLUB I jury trial to be set later, released on own signature for Holzer, 1102 W. Badger Rd.


BUTTER AND BEVERAGE 116 S. Hamilton St. 255-6070 $1,000 bail. Aiding in filing false income Loftsgordon, and Katherine L. Spanum, 2134 Linden Ave.

TRY OUR BAR-B-QUED RIBS NEXT TIME! William T. Wilkinson, Rt. Mazomanierand Ruth J. Hefty, Black Earth. GOOD MORNING JUDGE! (Traffic Court) Driving under the influence of liquor Norman H.

Phillips, 44, of 2737 Max D. Preston, Truax Field, and Audrey H. Higdon, 725 Hermina $150 and $7 court E.1TRTALTMET NIGHTLY: Featuring Dale Van Gilder th. rgan Fairmont St. 11 WEDNESDAY SPECIAL Baked Losacna 4.85 Top Sirloin Carry Out Service Nate's Place 4713 Dutch Mill Rd.

121-ISOI costs or 30 days; William J. Kish, IS, La Crosse, $150 and Dennij J. Scheuerell, Rolling NOTED FOR FINE FOOD 222-1919 $5 court costs or 30 days; Don tax returns Mrs. Barbara Hacker, Milwaukee, pleaded innocent, transferred to Circuit Court for jury trial later, released on signature for $1,000 Forgery John L. Halida, 18, of 2329 Center pleaded innocent, preliminary hearing May 7, released on signature for $250 bail.

Fugitive from armed robbery charge in Nashville, Tenn. Robert M. Sickels, 117 Elm Sun Prairie, extradition hearing set for May 29, released on Meadows, and Joy O. Dawson, 4218 Lumley Rd. jCzJte Windio County Club ald B.

Lee, 53, of 5154 Juneau Richard D. Damon, 19' S. court changed charge to Open to the Public reckless driving, $75 and $5 court costs or 10 days. Eluding police James DID YOU KNOW TOP Wood, 19, of 4220 Dwight charge changed on motion of district attorney to failure to obey officer's signal, $20 and $7 parents' $3,000 surety bond. HAT I i I Enjoy court costs or three days.

Leaving accident scene I This Deliciou iVete Oailu Feature Marietta Hippie, 67, of 5709 ii Filet Mignon on a Flaming Sword! Tonyawatha Trail, $10, $5 court WHERE'S THE FTRE? Apr. 29 at 11:55 p.m. 638 E. Mifflin garage fire, Nos. 1 and 3 Companies.

Apr. 30 at 12:08 p.m., 6211 Raymond stove fire, Nos. 4, 7, and 9 Companies; at 12:27 RESTAURANT COCKTAIL LOUNGE costs, and $20 witness fees or With Mushrooms, Tomatoes and Onions over Wild Rice Dressing. Lazy Susan, Choice of Potatoes. Vege three days.

table, Homemade Roll, Beverage. WEDNESDAY ONLY SPECIAL: BROILED TENDERLOIN BROCHETTES Leaving accident scene David M. Weber, 19, of.2034 p.m., 2005 Northport special assist, No. 10 Company. Mifflin dismissed; failure to report accident, $75, $5 court Served with Tossed Salad.

Choice of Dressings. PIANO LOUNGB Boo 81 to 11:30 Nightly Except Sundays DANCING FRI. SAT. TO THE AREAS FINEST BANDS Marti Doom at the organ nitely (Closed Mondays) RESERVATIONS PHONE 846-3745 At 9:29 p.m., 221 S. Baldwin Choice of Potatoes.

Hot French Bread. Beveraee. Reservations Phone Middleton 836-3 SI mattress fire, No. 3 FIRE-AMBULANCE CALLS Apr. 30' at 2:18 a.m., 1929, Located Ml.

South ol Windsor, I Ml. N. ot Madison costs, and $10 witness tees or 10 days, plus ordered to attend Traffic Safety School. Stop-go Kary B. Paris, 17 Craig $10 and $5 court costs or three days; John G.

Morton, 25, of 505 S. Dickinson dismissed. MM WEDNESDAY Mt Northport no Madison Rescue Unit at 7:49 a.m., 125 S. Hancock man ill, Res- cue Unit at 12:27 p.m., 2005 CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE COOKED IHVQW'COMWi VIM Northport assist man, Rescue Unit 8. At 8:41 p.m., 1347 Fish Hatchery assist woman, Rescue Unit 1.

MARRIAGE LICENSES David A. Garlock, Truax' Field, and Mary J. Koll, 1309 Spring St. Where's the only place in town to find all this? OF IRISH SONG AND CM11Y Newspaper carriers generally have a sensible spending saving program? Some for Recreation Some for Clothing Some for Church Pledge Some for Gifts Some for Higher Education (usually a substantial percentage) Newspaper route is a small business that offers young men an ideal outdoor occupation that does not overtax their strength or place heavy demands on their time. It is a pleasant, profitable, rewarding experience in self discipline, punctuality and responsibility in givng regular and carefut attention to detail.

i No wonder former newspaper boys usually have a head start over their peers who have not enjoyed this experience. If you know a young man you would like to help encourage him to apply for a route, you wilt be pleasantly surprised how a newspaper routue will help him to help himself. PLUS OUR REGULAR MENU Othtr wk night specials Tutsday Norwegian Food Thursday Beef ft Champagne Dinner Deviating from traffic lane-Richard D. Meyer, 22, of 49 Harding dismissed. Failure to have car under control Henry B.

Hansen, 49, of 118 N. Sixth dismissed on completion of Traffic Safety School. Illegal turn Theodore A. McCarthy, 40, of 622 Division $10 and $5 court costs or three days. (Criminal Court) Burglary Gary A.

Cashmere, 21, Chicago, pleaded guilty, sent to jail to await sentence; Raymond H. Anderson, 21. of 1706 Packers preliminary hearing postponed to May 10 for appointment of county-paid attorney, released on own signature for $1,000 bail; Michael R. McDowell, 18, of 4510 Leo preliminary hearing postponed on agreement of atkm- steaks! steaks! steaks! LIVE Entertainment Nightly YNTP (You Name The Price!) It's YNTP time again 2t Schappe Pontiac! The 1st thru the 5th of each Month You name the price (YNTP) on all used cars taken in trade last month. No reasonable offer will be refused! SCHAPPE PONTIAC, Inc.


4uet a MloiiM ModHoo IrmaUtkm "Ujr fri PIANO BAR MADISON NEWSPAPERS, INC. 115 So. Carroll Street Madison, Wisconsin M-M-M-M-M BAR-B-Q BABY BACK RIBS IN TOWN' Dove Fjellman, Manoger Saysi Our Food Is The BIG DIFFERENCE WED. FRI. NIGHTS PERCH WALLEYE SPECIALS Dancing! Singing! Talking! Whispering! I Yahooing! BARCLAY BELL RINGER SPECIAL Zmk FREE MEAL oTf lli To Every 50th Customer Mon.

thru Sat. During May BOURBON Late Evening Snacks for Movie Goers Night Owls SMORGASBORD ALL YOU CAN EAT I Luncheon I'lM09 WHOA! Liim. Don't be fooled by No Need to Dude up-Come as vou are! Children under 10 49 Dinner Our Smorgasbord Includes 14 Different Items on Salad Bar. 12 Hot Foods. 3 Different Meats at in evening.

Horns made pies and cakes. Business gro church groups, etc. find our banquet room one of the finest in the Madison area. the full stalls outside. You'll i find plenty of room inside for you and your filly.

Children under 10 11.00 Sundays Try our bourbon. It's smooth it's mellow light-bodied aged BEVERAGE DESSERT EXTRA NO TIPPINO LATE LUNCH ALWAYS AVAILABLE! Grills hot all afternoon! Smorgasbord FLAVOR I where 3780 University Ave. 1 DOUBLE smnoDSEi at Midvale in Kohl'i Shopping Center Phone 231-1811 -i'-tit. aaatoaWMIHiaM IN HILLDALE CENTER NEXT TO THEATER STRAIGHT BOURBON WHlSKY-a0 PROOF JAS. BARCLAY I CO, UMtTED, PEORIA, LUNOIS.

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