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Manitowoc Sun Messenger (Newspaper) - November 21, 1941, Manitowoc, Wisconsin 6,800 Guaranteed No. 7117 THE Over 27,000 readers 813-ai7 Street MANITOWOC SUN - MESSENGER VOL. 14 Wisconsin November 21, 1941 Being a recording of those things that go zipping as folks And a few vagrant Chickens still do come home to The Thanksgiving bird is a favorite with is filling up much slower than was In fact it isn't clustering according to When a delivery man has trouble finding the in broad daylight just what is going to happen under certain conditions at night out in according to the Armistice Day way back there was just the start of a long Too often it is not what we not what we not what is good for us but that is forced upon Have you been recorded on the Red Cross Roll Some one writes to say that they heard this one right here at your head Gov. Heil should keep that promise to make Stuhldreher a It won't hurt either of Nor help either of The other explanation is that Hitler has won so many enormous defeat stares him in the If you ask the Far East is getting a bit too All indications point to the Red Arrows being set for the winter at Camp Livingston unless there are sudden and unexpected we missed a On Hallowe'en we could have spent the night at the Silver Creek park field house to discover whether those window breaking goblins returned to So Two Rivers staged a blackout last There have been other And some of them are still waiting to be cleared o Maybe there isn't any correct pronunciation for some of those names that keep creeping into the Anyway the announcers don't seem to agree on We haven't changed our opinion about some of the specially designed Frank Lloyd Wright homes in these There we a smell of cedar in the City Council In Two Hour Session Handles Routine Accidents just happen any anywhere and under the oddest of like taking a ride to relieve a It did take a bit of overtime but the city finally went over the top in the Community Fund You know it is time to get that Christmas shopping out of the We'll give you odds that Lake Michigan will not freeze over from shore to shore this Any takers It isn't safe to write a column a week in advance Changes come so fast and furious that 24 hours make a whale of a It appears that Mussolini may get a very unexpected Christmas present and he no longer believes in Santa Bioff and Browne found they could not buy justice and then only got a part of what they You can still if you have or can borrow the can there be military or naval secrets with so many officials so anxious to o- What would you A local man received telegrams from two girl friends to meet them at the they were arriving on the same The big question always seems to be much is there in instead of can we Could it be that the ship captured by the navy was an Do you with your whiskers We don't argue with we cut them down every You know what kind of givers the Indians are so don't expect much of our Indian The Christmas Savings clubs are again accepting You are not balloted on and you set your own We do need a lot more STRAIGHT thinking in this fewer weasel more loyalty and much four It was a short with yesterday eh what? Those Packers did come through for the home crowd Sunday with a 17 to 9 win over the The fire laddies can tell you exactly where that new flag pole at the court house is 15,000 Nazi sympathizers and suspects in the defense industries looks like a sizeable headache to What do you know about night except what you about them? plague on both your may yet be the public's The best the team could do on the drives last Friday was two out of three and we may be back io. second o Patriotism and profits are not a good In fact they can't - o- Just what would you consider the worst program on the No school again yesterday or See what you are missing because you are too old to go to If bingo ever goes bingo it is going to be tough for some people to find In a two hour session Monday night the city council disposed of a great of regular routine It approved the steps necessary to annex the section of defense housing outside of the city directed the placing of to the credit of the schools to complete the fiscal directed the advertising for bids of the installation of automatic safety gates at the Tenth street ordered the purchase of four lots at a total cost of for opening of a new street from Eighth to Tenth street in the Piatt between Waldo and Reed approved of an exchange of awarded the contract for the construction of the sewers at the Burger boat and cement company plants and received a 32 page report on the water In addition it received a state report on special conditions at the Wisconsin Malting company White House Milk company and Lakeside Packing company from Chester of the state health The reports cover special situations with regard to the new sewage disposal plant and the companies to put in screens and other The situation is to be handled by the board of public Clifford Ducharme notified the council that his temporary contract as manager of the airport has expired and asked that it be legally extended to the first of the year to permit of a new contract being drawn The public utilities asked the council to set a date for a conference on an interconnection of the plant with the Wisconsin Public Service company and suggested that a representative of the federal power commission be asked to be present to explain all details and to answer A date has been Nov. 28, for a hearing on the water A one way traffic regulation has been north to for the alley between the Stangel company and the boiler works The matter was The city clerk and city attorney will confer with Assistant Chief Panosh of the fire regard to a settlement on permanent A previous order of the industrial commission was ordered set aside because of a misunderstanding conditions Additional lights were ordered for but the petition for sidewalks along the north side of Custer street were ordered placed on file until next Bonds will be issued for the city's share of the construction of the addition to the high Announcement was made that there will be no more ornamental lights until a new ordinance covering such installations has been acted It is pointed out that materials are not available at this A complaint of the Veronica Bonk family about the alleys at the Becker place was ordered placed on file because conditions have been remedied so far as it is It was 8:15 before the got started and just 10:15, including a 25 minute when the session v. as Olson was the only County Board Holds First Budget Hearing I A public hearing on a county budget was held by the county board at the court house the first of its kind under a new state The board has been disposing of a mass of routine It reelected Anton and George Clark as members of the highway Rehm and George Kiel as members of the county fair T. C. as service Miss Anna Muth as member of the health Peter Witak as trustee of Maple the same members of the agricultural committee and the selected Arthur former county to succeed Otto Drews as asylum Mr. 4)rcws asked that he be There will be no report and probably no action of any kind on the new county asylum because the has advertised for new bids that are to be opened on Nov. 28. The board was asked to take action to have the radio tower taken from the roof of the county rural normal school because it is causing to The board was also asked to O. K. a full radio but up until Wednesday had no action except to indicate that it would do the hiring There was no session but meetings were resumed The board usually spends 12 days in the fall meeting and still has the highway department requirements and the full budget to take care of. This is the first load for the official winter season which started We'll be back with two additional loads for the Sheriff Elmer Bergner received a report that 65 gallons of gasoline were stolen over the weekend from the tool shed of the Town of Manitowoc Nothing else appeared to be J. 20, R. 5, went to bed with a toothache Saturday got took picked up Roland Kiel and Robert Nicholson for a ride to the other near the overhead on Highway 141, just northwest of the the toothache got so bad Krysan swerved the cur into the ditch several times and finally broke off 13 tore out a cable anchor and tipped over with the car coming to a stop on its Krysan was badly bunged up and was taken to the hospital for His companions escaped with minor hurts but the car was badly Harry who whereof he speaks and whose talk has the endorsement of the mayor of who here some time will tell how Norway is fighting back and will show three reels of talking pictures at the High school gym Sunday 23. The general public is invited and there will be no admission The talk is sponsored by the Norwegian Relief You'll get the inside Attempts wore made to enter two homes and a third was entered last Friday night by a At the home Dr. M. P. 835 North 15th a storm window was removed from a kitchen but the inner window was not At the home of 1518 Michigan a service door was opened and a storm door on an upstairs bedroom had a window pane York was entered and a on the kitchen table and in change in a drawer were but the thief did take some peanuts and scattered the shells on the Lake Best Bet For City Water Supply Last Word of Expert Rufus Mather Ph. consulting in a 32 page report to the Utility copies of which have been submitted to all of the aldermen and to other city to the A survey was started here under a contract entered into on Oct. D and the survey was started Oct. 14 and was only very recently The finding can be summed up in just one short lake is the source of water supply for the The report confirms a number of previous surveys which have been The report definitely States that any well water here is at least three times as hard as the lake the volume is unstable and will diminish and that any sudden change in the underground drainage lines may check the able to the danger point ami it is further pointed out that the water may increase in as it is pulled from longer distances through decomposing The report is filled with tables of data regarding information on previous figures on costs and an analysis of lake It points out that at Sheboygan lake water is treated at a total cost for chemicals and for labor per million The cost here for handling well water exceeds per million The recommendation is to utilize Michigan for the water citing that Manitowoc is a remarkable adapted to rapid but for this must not only have a vastly increased water but this water be low in of satisfactory iron content and Michigan water would not have to be treated for mineralization to reduce hardness and remove the the supply is and the quality The temperature would not be as static as underground but would not vary if taken at a sufficient be a great saving in the power in pumping and it could be done by one An intake to the 40 foot depth is The report concluded with the statement that the lake water does not vary widely from 130 P. M. with no appreciable iron while the well even from the best locations under the city will not be available below 250 and up to 500 P. P. M. It is added that the initial cost of the filtration plant would be the report but would be worth the price and assure the city of an all-time water No comments or statement were made at the council meeting Monday night but a date set for a conference with the geologist and the commission for Nov. 28. Notice has been given of proceedings to annex that part of which lies outside of the city All but a small part of the land is owned by the federal The Fox River Valley and Lake Shore Safety Conference to be held here next year has been set for May 21. F. E. is the I general Two Rivers decided to reverse its position on the Eggers Veneer & Plywood company plant and to accept the offer of the reorganization committee for a compromise settlement on delinquent The plant reopened after a day's shutdown and bankruptcy proceedings will not be started against the A payment of is to settle the claim of back interest and penalties amounting to The police report the confession of a fifteen year old boy to the robbery of from the till of the Park at 1302 New York Ave The robbery occurred two weeks ago the youth admitted it was his visit to the
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