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Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 3, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Two the Racine journal times Sun Day May Inga Gold and pirate Booty still waiting to be found even shoes and tin cans have been used for continued from Page 1 How to locate the an expedition sought the Gold in the Captain of an indiaman of 1850 showed kindness to a lonely finn in his when the finn contracted he sent for the Captain from his deathbed m a Bombay he gave the Captain a map of Trinidad on which was marked the place at the foot of the Sugarloaf Hill where he declared an immense treasure was buried in 1821 by pirates of whom the finn was at least five expeditions have searched for the treasure but in it is believed that land slides buried the treasure if there was a few years an englishman funeral Home 1406 Lincoln phone Jackson 638 its time for awnings an Early selection insures Early new patterns new styles enduring materials with the finest of no obligations for the Godske established 1890 awnings of distinction 13th and Clark 3g40 site of Case Plant was residential District Back in 50s with two stores West of River met in a Tucson Saloon a Man who was at deaths without Money or the briton took the Man in hand and nursed him Back to the Waif told a queer find great when he was Well he had led seven miners into the yaqui coun try across the burning desert into after 160 Days of the group found the buildings of the old yaqui Here they found a great store of Gold gathered by the monks from the indians and hidden when Maximillian commanded that All treasure be Given to the miners loaded 200 pounds of Gold on each of six Burros and started the indians at tacked them and surrounded every water the journey became a grim race with one Man went mad from thirst and had to be killed to prevent him from murdering his the Burros were shot or All that reached Tucson were three bags of of the 16 men who sought this 15 Are said to have met untimely staid Britain has had her mad quests for buried All Over the tight Little Isle great hoards of Gold and dating Back Are known to lying underground in the ruins of old Halls and wealth hidden in Corfe has a Cache of Gold and Silver plate in the Bottom of a Charles i warred on the English republicans while lady Bankes held Corfe Castle for she was forced to but she had All the treasure in the Castle thrown in the Well before she sur attempts to raise the treasure have excavators in London found an old roman Pill a Bronze spoon from a roman woman a medieval a venetian and a roman of cultists with the inscription use Julius Sene Salve for sore Gold and Silver coins have been dug up in the ruins of Peel Castle on the Isle of which was once the fort of a danish pirate report Napoleon Napoleon Bonaparte is supposed to have hidden treasure after the Battle of his will mentions Gold and jewels hidden near the Tuil eries despite the curse supposed to be levelled at those who search for the great treasure which is declared to have been buried by the monks of cys oing on the franc belgian Many persons have wan dered Over the beet Fields seeking the site of a Hoard of jars filled with Gold Worth according to the the wealth is hidden in a labyrinth of under ground the soviet government has pushed a quest for the and other precious Arti cles reported to have been hidden by the aristocrats and peasants when the revolution a Reg ular corps of Gold As the peasants term has been employed in the plow turns up on a Jungle Hill in Southern Mexico Are hidden Many Silver above Are shown two store buildings which stood on the North of Bridge Street and which were once a part of the main office of the Case they were thriving business places Back in the fifties and were erected in by see records show that 500 or More persons made their Homes Back in the fifties where portions of the Case Plant now stands and their wants were cared for by Mer chants located West of the River on Bridge herewith is shown a picture of two stores which later became a portion of the old main office of the Case the first of the company offices was located at the Northeast Corner of Bridge and Erie As the business More room was the two stores were added As office breaking up the partnership of Ahrens built Back in the two stores were built in the one to the adjoin ing the Case was a music it was Ahrens Hobby now eve pure modern air conditioned refrigeration to protect baby food phone 87 b the newest and greatest development a that provides Only cold tempera Ture is today out of a Back ice is the Only refrigerant that will produce efficiently the three essentials of refrigeration temperature control Between 40 and 50 degrees fahrenheit air conditioning to pick up the food doors and gases and carry them to the sewer where they moisture control to prevent drying out of food and robbing food of natural youll Merer Hare to hide food in covered Dhaes in a Eyer Fure see All models at before you buy to collect musical and he had a regular Stock of pianos and other instruments for to the East of the music store was the grocery and bar of the Ahrens Brill to the East of that combination store was a Small White wooden still farther to the at the Northwest Corner of Ontario and Bridge stood the wheat sheaf in the from left to right Are Peter a rela Tive of Ahrens and for Many years an Engineer in the Case Plant Matthias thie Uncle of the late mayor Wil Liam Thiesen the Young Man at the right has not been but evidently was a clerk in the business split after the building was sold to the Case company Ahrens erected the Brick building at the Northeast Corner of state Street and Douglas the known As Clair Street at that he conducted Orche Trion Hall on the main and there were played orchestra on or Mech Anical in the half basement was located his grocery business and a the pastor of the Good Shepherd con ducted a shelter for transients there for a time after the death of that was purchased by the Case com Brill opened a grocery and bar on main opposite the old City Hall on main con ducting it up to the time of his in is wrongly reputed to Aye the austrian Crown jewels of emperor Maximilian aboard As Well As Gold Coin and 22 tons of off Cape 100 Miles East of to de lies the wreck of the British frigate which was freighted with in age of of which still remains in the Spanish Galleon Santa Margherita crashed into a ref and took its Hoard in Silver to the not Long a diver was repairing a Cable Between two of the islands in the Caribbean when he blundered into the he marked the buying one of sir Thomas Ptons famous racing he ailed for the treasure but was wrecked in a the diver was rescued but had to abandon he treasure in 1681 a treasure ship bound from Lima to Guayaquil crashed into the Santa Clara reef and car ried pieces of eight and flyer plate and ingots to the sea the american sailing ship Gen eral Grant was driven off its course by a storm in 1866 and Sank off the australian the Waves and current drive Back the divers who venture to recover the in Good aboard the sunken the British frigate Hussar was wrecked in the Waters of hell Gate sound with four millions in Gold aboard to pay off the British troops lighting in the american revolutionary the steamship Lexington was sunk off with Many thousands of dollars Anc much Bullion in Delaware Bay lies the de break with in Gold and Silver coins off to Nantucket Light ship is the Gold bul lion wreck of the Republic in san Francisco Bay is the Hulk of Rio Janeiro with Ivory and Jade aboard Worth about ingots concealed by Spanish min ers fleeing from mexican the spaniards slew All the Indian labourers to keep the two americans got the map of the treasures location through an aged they Are supposed to have found the buildings of the old climate and fever halted the work on the the Story an Farmer slowed up Worth of buried treasure which is thought to have been buried by the famous nineteenth Century mexican ban Al noted for his Dar ing single handed Many persons have sought in vain the jewels and Gold of Montezuma the last mexican in 1932 sir Sadig Nawab of a native state in Northern sent 700 men to dig in a Village called where a treasure is declared to have been buried 10 its different the new Ray machine less wave 5 Vita fluff non alkaline shampoo used Columbia Beauty Shoppe 2533 feet often shadows thrown by buildings or Trees at noon Are the keys to native hoards hidden in forts or Chile Hunts hidden around Gold is supposed to have been hidden when the peruvians retreated before the chilean army in the War Plum pudding off South Western is reputed to hold a great Hoard of natural diamonds that can be kicked out of the on top of a High Moun Tain of is a Lake in says Indian inca treas ure was thrown after Pizarro brought blood and rapine to the an old chronicle says the indians threw into the Lake a Chain which stretched around the Market place and required 200 men to Bear it in religious tiny Cocos 550 Miles Southwest of the Panama was once the rendezvous of Bucca neers and at least two treasures Are buried Many expeditions have searched the is daring the hades like heat and fierce landslides have buried the treasure so that Recla mation appears pirate one of the treasures was deposited in 1821 by British who tunnelled into the pirate leaders were executed but their followers started whispers about the treasure which have echoed Down the when the peruvian port of Cal lao was threatened by rebels in the City put most of its treas ure aboard the British bar Quentine Mary it is the Crew made off with the treasure and buried it on Cocos if the Story is to be Benito Bonito used the Island As a hiding place for his reported Racine Coke perfect fuel Fox Sass Sylb i Nis weather phone 2341 Blackhawk fuel twentieth and Grove to have amounted to mexican stories of pirate treasure in Hai Tortuga and the Virgin islands Are no Mere a poor fish Erman in new Providence Island in 1932 found five Gold bars Worth under a wild Plum legend of Captain Many thousands of dollars have been wasted looking for the buried doubloons of Captain it is declared that he left no buried treasure this loot either was seized by governor Bellmont of new York or within 30 Yards of a wild Coas is the wreck of the East indiaman which drove ashore in bad weather off Pondo South the vessel carried in precious Bullion specie and Ivory and a Peacock throne of rubies ant emeralds from the Palace of the great Mogul at div ers fished up a articles in another Syndicate worked on the wreck in somewhere off the port de la Plata coast of san Domingo lies an entire table of weighing More than the ship carrying it from the Spanish governor Bubadilla to the King at Madrid Sank in a Many hulks near beneath the Waters of table a near Africa Arete hulks of 15 ships whose location and cargoes Are known divert already have located Jonge dutch East in drove ashore in a storm june and broke in two a the Mouth of the out South with a valuable cargo in the same Thi portuguese East indiaman s1 James Sank in 1586 carrying a cargo of in Irish Vjaters is the wreck o the torpedoed White Star line with in Gol and specie still aboard the Brit ish admiralty Salvage ship racer fished up in Gold Coin in with 5 tons of Gold and Silver in Gold coins and 43 ton in Silver the liner Egypt went to the Bottom in a fog collision off an Ifa Liari Sal Vage Crew has brought up some of j the wreck holds the a Ward liner which Sank in a collision off Cape Charles Goodrich tired m All used batteries used new car radios of Ahns Fez terms Thomas Salem Kenosha april Salem Kenosha april Wencil Cal Edo april John Matt son of and George 1830 wus us april William formerly of in april Samuel 1824 la Salle april James 1140 College april mrs Mary former y of in april Walter 1353 West Lawn april Frederick 1806 Park april Louis 1024 main april miss Mary Ann route april Steve formerly of in april John 706 Lake april Stephen Gauruder Bryn mawr april Ross april John formerly of a weddings miss Gladys 816 College and Ray Chris 917 West Lawn Avenue april miss Elizabeth route 3 Box and Martin Ket route Box Racine april miss Ellen 2052 sum Mit and Walter Kehl 917 Arthur april miss Blanche 1146 Villa and Murray Hansche route Box apr miss Thelma Venetta Stor Csc 1418 Isabelle and Kenneth Burdette 1520 Packard ave april miss Rosetta Frances Pulda 526 Hubbard and Robert Clifford 1129 Michigan april miss Edith Clark of Cass Lake and Cyrus Yunkes of a in april miss Janet 601 Hayes and Stanley route Box miss Sophie 918 Hagerer and Gordon Han 1026 Marquette apri miss Katherine Jane Rohan main and Noel Henry 1110 main april 30 deaths in april Walter 1353 West Lawn april Emery 1632 Prospect april Sinclair nearly formerly of in los Are John route Union april Clarendon 837 Lake april miss May Union april miss Lillian Elizabeth 925 Center april Sophie Superior april Anna Van Cald april Harold formerly of a in april Lange 1915 Taylor window shades venetian 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