Waukesha Daily Freeman from Waukesha, Wisconsin on May 20, 1976 · Page 7
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record Real Estate Waukesha, 1215 Oscar St., sold by David Miescke to Gerald Garcia, $41,500. Pewaukee, Lot 29, Pewaukee Park Hills Subdivision, sold by Evans-Kallas, Inc., to Billy Dix, $13,900. Oconomowoc, 409 S. Concord Road, sold by Fred Young to Donald Storms, $27,000. Mukwonago, 426 Cedar St., sold by Robert Brown Jr. to Daniel Leitz, $32 900 Hartland, 650 Coventry Lane- 654 Surrey Lane, sold by Charles Hannah to Edward Weber, $77,000. Wales, Lot 120, Genesee Farms Subdivision, Addition 2, sold by Ronald Hochevar to LeRoy Jung, $12,000. Lot 27, Cambrian Hills Subdivision, sold by Universal Shelter Corp. to David Miescke, $42,000. Sussex, N66-W24211 Champeny Road, sold by George Olynick to Gary Jeffers, $42,900. Brookfield, Lot 19, block 4, Parc du Chateau IV Subdivision, sold by Parkland Development Co. to Sommerfeld Builders, Inc., $17,400. 1950 Helene Drive, sold by Ticor Relocation Management Co. to Richard Turcott, $107,000. Muskego, S 77 -W18325 Janesville Road, sold by Dale Howell to Ronald Drews, $22,500. Waukesha Town, W265-S3770 Donald Drive, sold by Karen Olson to Paul Whettam, $46,000. Pewaukee Town, Lot 19, block 3, University Heights Subdivision, Addition 1, sold by John Plumb to Steven Keppen, $8,500. Lot 15, block 5, University Heights Subdivision, Addition 2, sold by Seaway Corp. to David Miller, $9,000. Lot 8, Certified Survey Map 2077, sold by Jericho Acres, Inc., to Dennis Thompson, $ 8 , 000 . Eagle Town, Part of the northwest quarter, northeast quarter and southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section 12 (30 acres), sold by Ralph Sumpter to Jerry Hart, $68,400. Brookfield, 405 Parklawn Drive, sold by Eunice Haugen and Marvin Haugen to Loren Lanier, $44,900. Summit Town, Lot 19, Oakshire Subdivision, sold by Charles Boll to John Schumacher, $15,000. Vernon Town, Lot 11, Stoneridge Subdivision, sold by Terrence Bratberg to Richard Strzyzewski, $11,000. Box 251, Hill View Drive, sold by Dennis Everts to Larry McPhail, $37,400 Lisbon Town, Lot 8, Norwauk Subdivision, sold by Donald Lippke to Land Development Co., $4,200. Lot 8, Norwauk Subdivision, sold by Land Development Co. to John Ter Laan, $9,200. Mukwonago; Douglas Strong, 30, Autumn Trail, Pewaukee. Fined $47 for speeding: Gary Achtenhagen, 33, Highway 18; Theodore Kaweski, 30, Palmyra Rt. 1; Michael Warren, 23, Springdale Road. Ann Kuehn, 42, Highway 83, Hartland, $37, illegal U turn. Divorces Divorces were granted In county court to: Catherine Ayrsman, 25, Milwaukee, sales, '•from Robert Ayrsman Jr., 27, Milwaukee, salesman. Jane Manders, 55, Wildwood Point Road, Hartland, teacher, from Louis Manders, 60, Henry Clay Ave., Whitefish Bay, teacher. Connie Lackey, 24, Frame Ave., teller, from Robert Lackey, 22, Wrayburn Road, Elm Grove, insurance salesman. Bette Anglim, 46, Milwaukee, LPN, from Richard Anglim, 52, Fond du Lac Ave., Menomonee Falls, machinist. Barbara Heare, 47, Okauchee box 595, telephone representative, from Max Heare, 52, Swartz Drive, public relations. Marlene Stone, 41, St. Francis St., New Berlin, sales, from Vickroy Stone, 40, Greenfieid, financial officer. Mary Stahmer Jr., 28, Morris St., Pewaukee, bookkeeper, from Daniel Stahmer Jr., 29, Milwaukee, teacher Ella Arndt, 28, Pretty Lake Road, Dousman, no occupation given, from Gerald Arndt, 32, Milwaukee, advertising. Thomas Schmechel, 31, Milwaukee. laborer, from Melody Schmechel, 30, Denver, Colo., secretary. Judith Simon, 33, Mukwonago Rt. 1, unemployed, from Grant Simon, 33. Mukwonago box 114, engine tester. Linda Stephens, 23, East Troy Rt. 2, laborer, from Calvin Stephens III, 24, East Troy Rt. 1, truck driver. Stephen Brocker, 28, Chicago, sales representative, from Beth Brocker, no age given, San Pedro, Calif., sales clerk. Esther Schultz, 52, Lake Drive, Muskego, clerk-typist, from Albert Schultz, 54, Waterford, banker Court Actions ST ATI PATROL W. P. Corporation, S. 171 St., New Berlin, $29, expired registration. Gary Achtenhagen, 33. Highway 18, $37, expired registration. Fined $37 for speeding: Ronald Burghaus, 41, S. 157 8t„ New Berlin; Lynne Culler. 28. Lakevtew Drive, Hartland; Raymond Jacquea, 39, Beaumont Drive, Hartland; Cheryl Krueger, 20, South St„ Oconomowoc; Nancy Link, 20, Hill St„ Hartland; Jeffrey Otto, 18, Tremont Ave., Brookfield, Richard Peterson, 49, Locust St., Oconomowoc; Baioara Piper, 18, Merton box 543; Charles Reuben, 30, Bur'e’gh Road, Brookfietd; Susan Rynders. 18, Racine Ave., Muskego, Michae* Schiller 23. Riverview Road; Steven Stach, 24, Lincoln Ave , COUNTY Sharon Bischel, 19, Ottawa Ave., Dousman, Peter De Lany, 24, Fairview St., Eagle, Mary Fletcher, 30, Western Trail, Mukwonago, $27 each, expired registration. Fined $37 for a stop sign violation: Donald Alter, 57, Okauchee box 423; Keith Llgman, 28, Highway 106, Dousman; George Olynick, 42, Sussex; Bryce Berner, 37, Brasted Place; Melvyn Dobbs, 43, Drumlin Drive, Dousman. Fined $37 for speeding: Bruce Duhamel, 19, Sunset Drive; William Geszvain, 42, Genesee Depot box 162: Jean Kleba, 35, Wisconsin Ave., Elm Grove; Henry Klockow, 57, Capitol Drive, Hartland; Donald Kuhn, 54, Pine Meadows Lane, Hartland; Alex Marlis. 30, Indian Springs drive, Delafield; William Peterson, 50, Wales box WX; Mavis Scheel, 47, Grush Road; Theodore Vogel, 56, Nashotah Rt. 1. Fined $47 for speeding: Orville Grasch, 43, North St., Genesee Depot; Brian Gillstrom, 24, Monroe St., Oconomowoc; Judith Kuehn, 32, Elmhurst Drive; Daniel Shepherd, 22, box 104D. James Klappa, 46, Lake Drive, Okauchee. $57, illegal passing. David Simon, 32, Green Mountain Drive, $67, imprudent speed. STATE Jeffery Books, Lake St., Delafield, $87, speeding Timothy Current, 18, Juneau Ave., Oconomowoc, $30, speeding. Kurt Gottinger, 20, Brennan Drive, New Berlin, $47, speeding. Jerome Gottfried, 50, Muskego Drive, Muskego, $35, failure to yield right-of-way. Ross Kingery, 46, Luther Ave., Oconomowoc. $30, speeding. Betty Livingston, 39, Duke St,, Menomonee Falls, $207, driving under the influence of an intoxicant. John Nowicki, 27, Vista Park Court, Nashotah, $150, speeding. Stephen Panawash, 24, Maple Ave., $300, driving under the influence of an intoxicant. Craig Ridosko, Park Drive, Hartland, $85, failure to report accident. Roberto Sanchez, 18, College Ave., $59, no valid license. George Schaeffel, 28, Brookhill Drive. $50. speeding. Robert Schmitt, Sunset Drive, $57, speeding. Fire Calls WAUKESHA May 18 — 8 34 a m., David Badinger, 16, Saylesville Road, broken wrist. 8:52 a.m., 1549 Birch Drive.lock 9 48 a.m., David Etzwiler, Fleetfoot Drive, removed ring from finger. 10 06 a.m., Wayne Kasten, 29, Kensington Drive, laceration to lip. 10:34 a.m., Wayne Kasten, 29, Kensington Drive, taken home from hospital. 1:40 p.m., Mrs Monyelle, 77, Morey St., taken home from hospital. 2:41 p.m., Evelyn Hack, 64, Cheyenne Drive, sick, taken to hospital. 3 55 p.m., Marlene Sussek, 123 N Washington Ave., car fire. 4 30 p.m., Mary Szabe, 82, Kensington Drive, hip injury. 6 05 p.m., 820 Delafield St., dumpster fire 8 03 p.m., 1516 S West Ave., grass fire 9 58 p.m., Colleen Zielmer, 25, Rushmore Drive, back pains. 10 14 p m„ Debbie Naber, 20, Kensington Drive, injury to ear. Accidents WAUKESHA May 17 — 9:50 a.m., Clinton St. at Wisconsin Ave. Auto, with trailer, driven by Jimmie Beemer, 27, Windsor, Mo., making left turn, rear of trailer went into left lane on Clinton St., trapping auto drlvf by Kath­ leen Hoffman, 30, Hine Ave., between trailer wheels and curb. 10:12 a.m., Parking lot No 5. Collision between vehicles driven by Betty Eggebrecht, 53, Davidson Road, southbound in alley, and Adrian Van Eperen, 68, Appleton, stopped in northbound traffic lane with rear truck door opened. 12 03 p.m., E. Broadway at Barney St. Collision between autos both heading west on E. Broadway, driven by Hilma Jensen, 53, Milwaukee Ave , and Oscar Douglas, 80, Wabash Ave 3 37 p.m, Spring St. Auto, backing, driven by Helen Wood. 32, West Ave., struck parked vehicle belonging to Raymond Wender, Breens Bay, Oconomowoc . 4 54 p.m., Grandview Blvd. at Northview Road. Collision between auto driven by David Nehlsen, 46, Easy St., Hartland, northbound on Grandview Blvd., and bicycle driven by Lisa Schussler, 1 2, Pebble Valley Road, westbound in crosswalk. 4:57 p.m., N. West Ave. Collision between autos driven by John Pritchett, 18, Marianne *' Drive, Big Bend, proceeding south on West Ave., and John Harris, 40, Oxford Road, stopped in traffic, attempting turn onto W. Newhall Ave. 5:25 p.m., 120 E Sunset Drive Unknown vehicle struck parked auto belonging to John Hall, School Drive, and then left scene Police Calls WAUKESHA Fred Beermann, 200 Ellsworth Place, reports that someone removed his son's bike from the above address. T ■'3 ■10"> » ;i i" J<>;o i ;: h ‘ J I.T* : , >lU intessSL Long Island duckling, resting golden on a bed tfron rice. Lobster, live from Maine. Crepes St. Jack with scallops and mushrooms and cream sauce. Almost wantonly rich Chicken au Kiev. Oysters Rockefeller. And cherrystone clams. Filet mignon. Clam chowder and an authoritative onion soup. Exquisite lobster bisque. Spanish gespacho, served classically cold. Expressive salads. Quiche Lorraine. And Tournedos of Beef Rossini, lavished with goose liver pat£ and truffle sauce. Escargot Provencale. Prime ribs, perfectly marbled, perfectly served. And perfectly aged New York strip. Crab meat and mushrooms in baked, fresh brook trout. Walleyed pike, deep-fried in a light and zesty batter. Slices of tender veal sauteed in cheese, garnished with mushrooms and crisp bacon, and ringed with a sauce of tart tomatoes. Delicate sole stuffed with shrimp and crab meat. Dramatic desserts. Robust drinks, naturally. Magnificent wines, too. The last time you had food this good you were probably in New ^ r~' York, New Orleans, or San Francisco. Eureka. You’ve just discovered that you don’t have to leave Milwaukee to dine sumptuously. Reservations suggested Call 786 1100. 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