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Page 11 Monday, June 9, 1975 Marshfield News-Herald Madler Services Michael Hosbisch Obit COLBY Michael Nosbisch, 85, of Colby, died Sunday evening at the Colonial House of Colby. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic uones Services were at 2 p.m. Saturday at Christ Lutheran Church, Chili, for Mrs.

Augusta Madler, 85, Evergreen Park, 111. The Rev. Everett Schleef, pastor, officiated. Burial followed in Yolo Cemetery, Chili. A former resident of Chili, Mrs.

Madler died June 3, in Christ Lutheran Hospital, Chicago. Pallbearers were Kenneth Dankemeyer, Alton Schmidtke, Algene Schmidtke, Milton Rand, Leo Roehl and Alvin Roehl. Mrs. Harold Montag played the organ while the congregation sang. Mrs.

Albert Hunter Mrs. Agnes C. Kraus Mrs. Agnes C. Kraus, 75, of Rozellville, died at 5:45 p.m.

Sunday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield. She had been a patient there since June 3. Rites will be at 11 a.m Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Hansen Chapel for Mrs.

Albert (Elsie Hunter, 79, of 108 N. Maple Marshfield, wife of a Marshfield member of the Wood County Church here. Officiating will be. the Rev. Francis P.

Rushman, pastor. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Lulloff Funeral Home, Colby, where a general rosary service will be at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Mr. Nosbisch was born Oct. 10, 1889, at North Washington, Iowa, and married the former Christina Brost on April 23, 1918, at North Washington. She preceded him in death Aug. 18, 1973.

After they were married, the couple farmed in North Washington, Iowa, until moving to Edgar in 1920 to con Board of Supervisors. Mrs. Hunter died at 2:45 p.m. Saturday at the Marshfield Convalescent Center, where she had been residing since May 5. She had been in ill health the past 14 1 0 years.

I The Rev. T. P. Bradtke, I 4 Wednesday at St. Andrew'f Catholic Church it Rozellville.

Officiating will be the Rev. Raymond H. Born-bach, pastor of St. Michael'! Catholic Church in Hewitt. Burial will follow in St.

Andrew's Cemetery. Friends may call at the Rembs-Kundinger Chapel, Marshfield, after 2 p.m. Tuesday and until 9:15 a.m. Wednesday and then at the church from 10 a.m. Wednesday until service time.

Three services will be held Tuesday at the funeral home St. Ann's Society rosary at 3 p.m., Knights of Columbus rncarv at 7-30 and narish pastor of Christ Lutheran Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery. Friends may call at the Hansen Chapel from 2-9 p.m. today and until time of services Tuesday.

The VFW Auxiliary will hold a memorial service at 7:30 tonight at the funeral home. A lifetime resident of Marshfield, the former Elsie if- I tinue farming. In 1938, they Michael Nosbisch moved to a farm near Colby. They retired in 1957 and moved to the city of Colby. Mr.

and Mrs. Nosbisch celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1968. He was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church. Survivors include two sons, Vincent, Milwaukee, and Lavern, Colby; three daughters, Mrs.

Victor (Lavona) Reigel, Milladore, Miss Florentina Nosbisch, Neillsville, and Mrs. Arnold (Alvera) Gottschalk, Colby; a brother, George, Iowa; 12 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by a daughter, five brothers and seven sisters. Mrs. Albert Hunter M.

Sommers was born here Feb. 3. 1896. She attended the and Town of McMillan Farm Roundup Brazil Boosts Soybean Imports WASHINGTON (AP) The Agriculture Department said today that Brazil has made significant inroads into foreign soybean markets dominated by U.S. exporters.

In an examination of eight foreign markets, the department's Foreign Agricultural Service said those countries boosted total imports of soybeans and soybean meal 3.9 per cent since last Oct. 1. Shipments of U.S. beans and meal to the eight countries, meanwhile, dropped 14 per cent. "This season's grain imports of soybeans and meal by the eight selected countries is the result of sharply expanded movements from Brazil, since U.S.

exports to those destinations have declined significantly," the agency said in a weekly report. The countries checked represent the most important foreign markets for American soybean farmers, accounting for about 75 per cent of all U.S. soybean and meal exports during the first six months of the year which began last Oct. 1. The countries in the market study were Japan, West Germany, France, Spain, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Denmark and Italy.

As a result of the drop in exports and the continued rise of Brazil in the world soybean market, the U.S. soybean reserve is expected to be the largest in several years by the time the 1975 crop is ready next fall. According to USDA planting surveys earlier this spring, the 1975 crop could produce around 1.5 billion bushels, up substantially from 1.23 billion last year and not far behind the record 1973 crop of nearly 1.55 billion bushels. Another report in today's issue of "Foreign Agriculture" published by the agency said the soybean boom of recent years has attracted interest in the crop among many developing countries, including those in Africa, the Midwest and southern Asia. But thus far, the report said, "there has been no substantial expansion" of soybean production in those areas although a number of countries have expressed increasing interest in the crop.

A number of factors, including a 10 to 15-year period needed to develop soybeans as a viable export crop, "suggest that the long-term outlook for production of soybeans in many tropical and subtropical countries of Africa and the Mideast is dim," Mrs. Frank Jordan Marshfield schools and worked in the city for seven years before her marriage. Her marriage to Albert A. Hunter took place May 4, 1921, in Marshfield. She was a past president of the VFW Auxiliary and the Seventh District of the VFW Council and a past member of Hub Rebecca Lodge 110 of the Odd Fellows.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by five daughters, Mrs. James (Lois) Kuettler, Dallas, Mrs. Allan (Eileen) Brockman and Mrs. James (Audrey) Eckes, both of Marshfield, Mrs. Edmund (Reva) Hinklemann, Rockford, 111., and Mrs.

Virgil (Georgia) Patrie, Phillips; 11 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Preceding her in death were two brothers and a sister. rosary at 8 p.m. Mrs- A8nM c- a The former Agnes Gemskie was born April 5, 1900, in Chicago, where she was educated. She was married to Louis A.

Kraus on Oct. 16, 1918, at St. Andrew's Catholic Church. He died Oct. 5, 1966.

The couple operated a tavern and ballroom in Rozellville from 1919 until retiring in 1955. She was a member of St. Andrew's Catholic Church and St. Ann's Society. Surviving are eight daughters, Mrs.

Martin (Lorraine) Mancl, Blenker, Mrs. Emil (Margie) Oertel, Route 1, Marshfield, Mrs. John (Laverne) Fahey, Rozellville, Mrs. Marion Paszek, Wausau, and Mrs. Dale (Annita) (Hupe) Pokallus, Mrs.

Ronald (Agnes) Rehlinger, Mrs. Roman (Virginia) Stauber and Mrs. Richard (Marilyn) Wagner, all of Marshfield; six sons, Leroy, Rozellville, Louis Wausau, Jerald, Marshfield, Thomas and James, both of Janesville, and Kenneth, Stratford; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Trendler and Mrs. Anna "Thome, both of Chicago; 87 grandchildren; and 82 great-grandchildren.

In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by two sons, Edward and Charles, five brothers and a sister. COLBY Rites will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Colby for Mrs. Frank (Cecelia) Jordan, 75, of Unity.

She died Saturday at Jackson County Hospital in Mrs. Dora T. Specht Seymour, Ind. The Rev. Francis P.

Rushman, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Visitations may be made at the Lulloff Funeral Home, Colby, after 2 p.m. today. The Christian Mothers Society will recite a rosary at 3 p.m.

today at the funeral home, and a general rosary will be prayed at 8:15 tonight. The former Cecelia Smudde was born Nov. 13, 1899, in Rites for Mrs. Dora T. Specht, 94, of Marshfield, will be at 10 a.m.

Tuesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Mrs. Specht died at 7 a.m. Sunday at the Marshfield Convalescent Center, where she had been a resident since Aug. 22, 1966.

Officiating will be the Rev. Peter J. Leketas, pastor. 9 Burial will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Friends may call at the CITY OF MARSHFIELD SECTION 18.07 Weed Control Kaukauna and received her education in Kaukauna schools.

Her marriage to Frank Jordan took place Aug. 2, 1920, at Colby. He died Jan. 26, 1972. The couple observed the golden anniversary of their marriage in 1970.

(Keel Studio) Mrs. Frank Jordan (1) Definitions the terms "noxious weeds" and "weeds" as used in this Section include the following: Canada thistle, leafy spurge and field bindweed (creeping Jenny), golden rod, better-ticks, blackeyed susan; burdocks; cattails; chickweed, common; cockleburs; cockle, Rembs-Kundinger Chapel after 2 p.m. today and until service time on Tuesday. There will be a Sacred Heart Christian Mothers Society service at 3 p.m. today at the funeral home, followed by a parish rosary service at 8 p.m.

The former Dora T. LaMere was born Feb. 20, 1881, in Marshfield, where she received her education. She was married to Peter H. Specht on July 1, 1902, at St.

John's Catholic Church. He died July the report said. WASHINGTON (AP) Butter production in April jumped 5 per cent from March to 101 million pounds, up 14 per cent from April of last year, says the Agriculture Department. Production of American-style cheese also was up from March, a gain of 6 per cent to 153 million pounds, but trailed a year earlier by 14 per cent, the department's Crop Reporting Board said. cow; fan weed or pennycress; Fleabane, daisy; Giant Kagweed; Lamb's quarters; Milkweeds; Mullen, common; mustard, ball; Myrtle; Nettles, stinging; Ox-eye Pepper grass; field.

Pigweed, green; Poison Ivy; Ragweed, common; Sand Burs; Shepherds purse; Smartweeds (Lady's Thumb); Spurges, annual; Sticktight; Thistle, bull; Tumbleweed; Witchgrass; Yarrow or milfoil; quackgrass and brush (over Four) (4) inches in height), and Mrs. Dora T. Specht other wild grasses. 6, 1964. The couple observed their golden wedding anniversary 8 Killed on State Roads (2) Every person shall destroy all noxious weeds on all lands within the City of Marshfield which he shall own, occupy or control, including any terraces andor ditches abutting said property.

The Weed Commissioner shall destroy all noxious weeds on all public lands within the City of Marshfield except as herein above prescribed. (4) The term "destroy" means the complete killing of weeds or the killing of said plants above the surface of the ground by the use of chemicals, cutting, tillage, cropping system, pasturing livestock where permitted, or any or all of these in effective combination, at such time and in such manner as will effectually prevent such plants from maturing to the bloom or flower stage. about a mile east of Wiota. Kendall Murray, 22, of Cuba City, died Sunday when the vehicle in which he was riding overturned on a Dodgeville street. David Barber, 19, of Waukesha was killed Saturday when struck by a car as he hitchhiked in Waukesha.

Michael Dropp, 21, of Franksville, died Friday night. in 1952 and their 59th wedding anniversary in isti. After their marriage they lived in Stevens Point, where Mr. Specht, a furniture carver, was employed for many years in a furniture factory before moving to Tacoma, Wash. They also resided in Richfield, Northome, and Tomahawk before returning to Marshfield in 1950.

Mrs. Specht had made her home with a son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Specht, 805 S. Maple before entering the nursing home.

She was honored at special celebrations in observance on her 90th and 92nd birthdays. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and its Christian Mothers Society. Surviving are two sons, Roy, Marshfield, and Eugene, Juneau, Alaska; two daughters, Mrs. Floyd (Leone) Bliven, Marshfield, and Mrs. Zeb (Lucille) Hannah, Tacoma, 25 grandchildren; 80 great-grandchildren; and 22 great-greatgrandchildren.

Preceding her in death, in addition to her husband, were three sons, a daughter, a sister and four brothers. (June 9-11-13) After their marriage they resided in Mellen, where Mr. Jordan was a blacksmith for a short time before they came to Unity, where he was a blacksmith and worked at general repair. Mrs. Jordan was a member of St.

Mary's Catholic Church and its Christian Mothers Society. Survivors include a son, James Tulsa, two daughters, Mrs. Charles (Genevieve) Seville, Seymour, and Mrs. Glenn (Rose Marie) Jackel, Dallas, eight grandchildren; a great-grandson; four brothers and three sisters. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, and five brothers and sisters.

John Poirier GREENWOOD Services for John (Graham) Poirier, 69, of Greenwood, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Hill Funeral Home. Mr. Poirier died of an apparent heart attack Saturday morning at his home. Officiating will be the Rev.

Eugene Antrim, pastor of Grace United Methodist Church. Burial will follow in the Greenwood Cemetery. Visitations may be made at the Hill Funeral Home beginning this afternoon. Mr. Poirier was-born Sept.

23, 1905, in Fish County, Door County. He came to Greenwood with his parents at the age of 14. Survivors include a brother, Ezra, Ojai, and six sisters, Mrs. Bessie Long, Antigo, Mrs. Imogene Henschen, Neillsville, Mrs.

Hugh (lone) Martin, Merrillan, Mrs. Albert (Pearl) Cox, West Allis, Mrs. Harold (Adeline) Boettcher, Green Bay, and Mrs. Sybil Filipaik, Fond du Lac. Korth Services NEILLSVILLE A memorial service will be at 2 p.m.

July 5 at St. John's Lutheran Church in Neillsville for Ernest R. Korth, 77, of Colorado Springs, whose death was announced in last Thursday's News-Herald. Mr. Korth, a former Neillsville resident who operated the westside food market here from 1950 to 1969, died June 2 at Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs.

Survivors, in addition to his wife, the former Margaret Holzem, a son and a daughter, are two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Oelrich, Spencer, and Mrs. Louise Cramer, Owen, and eight grandchildren. Two sisters and four brothers preceded him in deatn. By The Associated Press Deaths of eight persons in weekend accidents raised Wisconsin's 1975 traffic fatality toll to 330 today, compared with 311 on the same date last year.

Mark Jennemani 18, Siren, died Sunday from injuries suffered early Saturday in a three car crash on U.S. 53 in Spoo-ner. Two Minnesota residents were fatally injured in separate Pierce County mishaps this weekend. Petra Stendal, 80, St. Paul, died Saturday in a three-car accident at the intersection of Wisconsin 35 and Wisconsin 63 near Hager City.

Gary Glaus, 26, St. Louis Park, died when he lost control of his vehicle and it rolled over on a county road near Maiden Rock Sunday. Lorraine Gardner of Appleton was killed about 6:15 p.m. Sunday in a two-car collision which injured five others at a rural intersection 10 miles east of Clintonville. Danny Johnson, 20, of Brod-head died about 3:30 p.m.

Sunday when the car in which he was riding went out of control and crashed on Wisconsin 78 SHARING PLANNED USE REPORT GENERAL REVENUE govpiwipn This iWt ol yOW BOWnmvtf, ptwt puWalwa NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Common Council of the City of Marshfield, Wood County, Wisconsin, will hold a Public Hearing on the 24th Day of June, 1975 at 7:30 P.M. in the Council Chamber of the City Hall at which time all persons interested, or their Agents or Attorneys, may be heard on the following change in Zoning: Lots One (2), Three (3), Four (4), Five (5), Six (6), Seven (7), Eight (8) and Nine (9), of Anton Schmidt's Subdivision to the City of Marshfield, and that part of said subdivision described as follows: Commencing at the Northwest corner thereof and running thence East, on the North line Dentist Drowns in Lake Winnebago By The Associated Press A vice president of the Wisconsin Dental Association was one of three persons reported drowned during the weekend in the state. Winnebago County officials said Dr. Robert O. Phillippi of Neenah fell Sunday from a boat in Lake Winnebago while trying to retrive fishing equipment.

Brandika Fink, 1, of Hartford drowned Sunday in Teal Lake after wandering away from her family's Sawyer County vacation cabin. Thomas Secard, 9-, of Apple-: ton drowned Saturday after falling into the Fox River while he and a companion were throwing stones into the water. diKTMmnMiOA In tf ol MM Inn nY I THE GOVERNMENT PLANNED EXPENDITURES ANTICIPATING GE1EPAL BEVENUI I 1 lO OPERATING SHAPING PAYMENT Of IAICATEGOMES IBICAPIIAl MAINTENANCE FOR THE SIXTH ENTITLEMENT PERIOD JULY I 19TS THROUGH JUNE X. 1ST4.PULNS TO SPEND THESE fUNOSEOR THE PURPOSES SHOWN PUPLK.IA.ETT sACCOUNTNO Efl 3 Pl2 MIU-fTSORE Taur, 191 1 TpS 7T TOW! lURp V.27 MOOD CQUHTV BI.iillKEH 5U15 RECPEATKIN UPRAINt SOCIAL SEPViCtS ,0. a.

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In the agreement, the government said it would not prosecute Miss Saxe for 1970 bank robberies in Evanston, 111., and Beverly Hills, and would dismiss a federal warrant charging interstate flight. Miss Saxe, before her arrest March 27 on a Philadelphia street, was on the FBI's 10 most-wanted list for more than four years. Overnight Readings Are Chilly in Area Chilly overnight temperatures marked the weekend here, although sunshine sent the mercury again into the 70s Sunday. Sunday morning's low was an official 39 degrees at the price ranges, and styles. So if you've got a lot to improve, we have a lot more ways to improve it for you than any other systems building contractor.

For more information, give us a call. We build with all kinds of Butler building systems for all kinds of end uses: plants, warehouses, retail shops, offices, schools, churches, you name it. And Butler buildings come in all sizes, PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Antiwar radical Susan Saxe withdrew her innocent plea today and agreed to plead guilty to bank robbery charges in a special deal with federal prosecutors. Miss Saxe, a self-proclaimed feminist and lesbian, agreed to plead guilty to stealing $6,240 from the Bell Savings and Loan Association in Philadelphia in September 1970, and also to participating in a robbery at the Newburyport, federal arsenal in August of that year. The 26-year-old Brandeis University honors graduate from Albany, N.Y., stood before U.S.

District Judge Alfred L. Luongo and said she agreed to change her plea after consulting with her lawyers. Under the deal, the government and defense attorneys said they would recommend to the judge that Miss Saxe receive a sentence of no more than 10 years in prison. She could receive as much as Classified Advertising OFFICE HOURS WEEKDAYS 8 5 P.M. SATURDAYS 8-12 ANNOUNCEMENTS Special Announcement! 1 If Your Carrier Misses You PHASE CAll YOUR CARRIER FIRST IF NO RESUITS, CAll -384-3131 BEFORE 6:00 P.M.

Thrt it no thoro for thii itrvic Thii Sorvic ovoHoblt ON IV In tht City o) Morihficld. i Marshfield Experimental Farm and the mercury dipped to 50 degrees this morning before 'AAa iiiriii beginning a reluctant rise. Downtown lows were somewhat warmer 45 degrees Sunday and 51 this Bad Debts? 7S morning. 6 Let us build you a Butlsr Building Mil We Collect Them Meanwhile, the National Weather Service said a chance of rain is expected to continue in the state through Wednesday as the result of a low pressure IB Notice! SOUP'S ON, tht rug that is, tlan' with Blu luitrt. Rnt electric jham-' poor, $2.

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