The La Crosse Tribune from La Crosse, Wisconsin on November 21, 1968 · 17
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The La Crosse Tribune from La Crosse, Wisconsin · 17

La Crosse, Wisconsin
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Thursday, November 21, 1968
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fed c.uvst; itiiciiiiier 21, 196317 GIVE Christmas Gifts FOR THE HOME . . . SLETTEN FURNITURE 1217-19 Caledonia St. - La Crosse rj Disruption By Nude M To Be Investigated 1 CARELESSNESS CAUSES CAR-LESSNESS LOCK YOUR AUTO MILWAUKEE (AP) An investigation into the case of an ) art lecture class that was dis-; rupted by the appearance of a woman nude except for a paper bag over her head was ordered Wednesday by University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Chancellor J. Martin Klotsche. The nude and three photographers who also were wearing bags on their heads were pushed out of the hall by John Colt, of the school of fine arts. Dean of the school Adolph Suppan said no one has been able to identify the intruders. He said he had no idea why the class of about 150 was disrupted, but added it was obviously planned but not with the approval of any of the staff. Fee Plan Approved For Using Schools GROUNDS ENOUGH I PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) A local woman was granted a legal separation after she testified that her husband asked their friends and acquaintances for rat poison to give her and promised each year to ! present her with a book on how ! to commit suicide for her birthday. The La Crosse City Distric. Board of Education has approx ed a fee schedule for the use of schools by outside organizations, but said that noncommercial civic groups may use such facilities without charge. On recommendation of School Supt. Edsel Vergin, the board approved a fee of $80 for a half day plus $12 an hour beyond that time. Such charges apply to sales meetings, conventions, exhibitions of a commercial nature. I Groups that are considered a combination of civic and commercial are to be charged the cost of a janitors salary based on time and one-half for overtime. Vergin estimated such costs to be S6 an hour. The board resolution listed groups that would be charged under the civic-commercial classification. They include Lorayne School of Dancing, NBTA Baton Twirling Contest, University of Wisconsin DEPARTMENT MANAGER'S Tve hand-picked these values just for this event to bring you substantial savings on regularly higher priced superior quality merchandise. Come in and save today! Mrs. Esther Sagen Depf. Mgr. ! -V, ? WN t wt. A v' 4-PC. FIBER GLASS TRAY SET- $4 OFF! Reg. 8.99 king-size trays help with your dVl holiday entertaining! 0i?Diis(S,Enie sefts $ s(a7DEni)sS SHAPES AND PATTERNS WITH ALL-AMERICAN CHARM Next to china, ironstone is the finest ceramic ware made -beautifully thin and light, very durable. Our "Plymouth" is all white, interestingly shaped; ''Concord" has grape border; "Cape Cod" is gaily Colonial. 49 pcs. include 8 full settings, serving accessories. REG. 31.99 tt CHARGE IT! 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I The board also authorized employment of a half-time kindergarten teacher for Jefferson School as well as a half-time fifth or sixth grade teacher for that school. Approved spending $615 for correction of sewer backup problems at State Road SchooL Social Security Change Affects All Clergymen In other actions, the board: Adopted a policy for leave of absence due to pregnancy. The; program involves agreements between teacher, principal and school office. Heard Vergin sav he'd ceived 30 applications for the f ia'l mess manager. Verg- form Wlth Internal Renue A change in the Social Securi-re' ty law provides that a member 1 post of business manager. !in said hell start interviews next Service if he does not want his week and come up with a list of , . c c. ...... , . income covered by social Secu- about six names for present a- tion to a board personnel com- f,' . , , ... - irittee bv mid December Previously, the-clergyman, a . AnrL?L , , member of a religious order or - r rwrrii roU nr 3 a Christian Science practitioner to file a form if he wanted VercPn - ri o his income covered, notes Rob- the tn)sT8 ndl! iTh rt J. Leggett, district manager the total is paid by the State , . Crosse Social Securi- Department of Public Instruc- La trosse botlal CUn tion. Such a person would hope- u' . fuUy start Jrn. 2. and be in . To hac fh!s income ?.? charge of all programs involv- hf amus . fdef ta ing the deaf, handicapped, men- along Wlt? a ent 'or tally retarded and emotionally reasons of religious principles or -disturbed conscience he is opposed to the Approved hiring an extra acceptance of anypubhc msur- speeeh correctionist and an ad- fncej xmPon h based on religious grounds, and applies to income derived as a clergyman only. Once an application for exemption has become effective, Froehlich Renamed As Assembly Speaker MADISON (AP) Assembly it is irrevocable, Leggett said. Speaker Harold Froehlich, R- The right to exemption does not Appleton, was re-elected to apply to clergymen who preday for the post in the 1969 ses- viously filed the special form to sion. It was a first ballot vie- have their income covered by tory. Social Security. Assemblyman Paul Alfonsi of Persons having questions may Minocqua was chosen by his contact the La Crosse Office, 149; GOP colleagues for majority S. 6th St. floor leader, and Assemblyman! John Shabaz of New Berlin was selected assistant floor leader. Record Net Earnings Republicans will hold a 52-43 Reported By Hormel margin over Democrats when1 7 the session convenes in January. Alfonsi, a former speaker in AUSTIN, Minn. (AP) Geo A. Hormel & Co. today reported record net earnings and sales thrSnblv defeated ' Assem r fiscal 'ear 26 tSmm wdCUrfiSS1 E- F- Gray' chal' U for the majority floor leadership post. B. Thompson, president, said net income was $9,133,000 or cal 1967. The increase was 5.94 replace Assemblyman J. Curtis McKay of Cedarburg, who did not seek re-election. Milwaukee Will Tax Hotel, Motel Rooms per cent, the firm said. Sales rose from $548.8 million in 1967 to $585.8 million for fi j cal 1968. ! Figures were adjusted to re fleet a 2-to-l common stock split last Feb. 2. There are 2,-380,248 shares now outstanding. . Hormel raised its quarterly div-the'idend rate on Nov. 15 from 22.5 cents to 30 cents a share. Gray and Thompson said in- I MILWAUKEE (AP)-An ordinance imposing a three per cent room tax on hotels and motels was adopted Tuesday by Common Council. The tax, scheduled to take ef feet Jan. 1, 1969, is expected to creased earnings, realized in the produce about $300,000 a year in 1 face of the added federal surtax new revenue. An automobile tax on income, resulted from im-is under consideration. i proved marketing, sustained ad- ivertismg program and cost re- Almost all the worlds supply duction. of cryolite, a mineral, comes The annual meeting will be at from Greenland. 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