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Independent News, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1932, Racine, WisconsinThe Independent nets Smbat of Tomb 7 police outline their purpose for organizing new association formed to help police ideals purposes of the recently organized police protective association were revealed thursday by will Lam to Zuroff attorney who with attorney Carl Hill of Madison is expected to act As counsel for the organization. The organization was formed at Madison. Detective of tables Alexan Der and sergeant Wilbur Hansen rep resented Racine at the meeting. The per James the purposes of the organization fellow to provide for the instruction of the policemen of the state through a police school conducted by the Extension department of the University of Wisconsin either through state wide meetings regional meet Ings or local meetings. For the purpose of increasing the efficiency Ollie local policemen m cities and villages throughout the state. In providing for cooperation be tween police departments of Wisconsin in the prevention and detection of crime. In providing counsel for the Pur pose of representing the policemen in cities and villages of the state in the advocacy of necessary legislation and in the combating of unwise legis lation insofar As it effects their eco nomic or social interests or welfare. The furnishing of Legal Aid and counsel to policemen who while in the performance of their duties Are charged with criminal offences or sued in civil actions for acts arising in the Pei Mormance of their duties. To provide fund or funds for the financial assistance of policemen for injuries or sickness arising in the performance of their duties or in the event of the death of a policeman occurring in tie performance of his duties and for his dependents. To Foster closer cooperation and Community Between members of to it a and policemen and chiefs of and police commissions and also As Between the police departments of the cities of the state. Other ideals Racine in review Carman Danese Chicago a brother in Law tuesday took charge of the body of Joseph Phillips alias Fillipo murder victim whose Corpse was found five Miles Douth of Burlington sunday afternoon. Hundreds of Racine citizens inspected the new Robert w. Talt Addi Tion to the Theresa and Elizabeth Home on West sixth after dedication ceremonies tuesday night. Tuesday forced the fruit boat North bound Tor Milwaukee to seek shelter in Harbor. Coast guards were kept Busy helping to secure Small boats which were tossed by heavy swells in i9wer Root River. The school Board tuesday night asked the common Council for per Mission to advertise for on construction of the first unit of the pro posed Mitchell Street school. The request was referred to the commit tee on education and finance mayor William Swoboda tuesday reappointed Alderman John Nelson and William Bell As members of the water commission. Carl Jensen was reappointed As a member of the stationary engineers examining Board More than 100 members and prospective members were attracted to the Home of mrs. Adolph r. Janecky on Orchard Street when american association of University women held its opening fireside program music and speaking were on the program. Many Racine women and girls at tended the open programs which the t. W. C. A. Conducted tuesday. Entertainment included music and exhibition dancing. Fifty third anniversary of its organization was celebrated tuesday by danish ladies ten cent Aid society. Mrs. H. P. Nelson 1615 Maple Street the Only living charter Mem Ber outlined the history of the local organization. George Johnson monday was elected president of the welfare association of Racine fire department. Frank born is vice president Wil ii Itti win per to the tips Qew retard and Herman Tollman is treasurer. Oscar Kammien. 37, re Igloo Avenue entered a plea of guilty in municipal court tuesday to the to cultivate fellow ship and Friend-1 Camree of for eng a gun within the Chip among the members of police departments and the policemen of the state and to promote tie social and economic welfare of the police men of the state. That the representation shall be one member from each police depart ment exclusive of the Hief of police or members of the police. Births or. And mrs. W. S. Markisen 1619 jew inflow Street a son on october 3. Or. And mrs. Frank Zierke route 2, a daughter on monday. City limits. Sentence was suspended and he was Given 30 Days to pay costs which amounted to local Man arrested by detectives of Racine and Chicago last saturday was later released by Chicago authorities after he had convinced them that he had not been connected with a Chicago express Money order stick up. First inoculation against diphtheria was Given to lt9 children at seven local schools monday by health commissioner Thompson. By judge e. R. Burgess to serve not less than three years nor More than seven years in the Green Bay reformatory. Superintendent of Parks i. B. Farmer was seriously injured thursday noon when he fell through an open trapdoor in Tho a. Nielsen bakery 1715 West sixth Street. He fell about seven feet striking on the right Side his head. Tho Park superintendent was unconscious when he was taken to St. Luke s Hospital in the City ambulance and he did not begin to regain conscious Ness for several hours. Racine county Republican com Mittee met at the courthouse wednesday night and elected the following officers Lynn Williams chairman David Winters and How Ard Wood vice chairmen Preston a. Crewe Secretary and Kay Fitch treasurer. Crowds jammed into Burlington thursday to inspect the wreckage of the Burlington co operative pure milk building which was bombed shortly after Midnight. The building was almost completely demolished and windows were broken in Homes within a radius of Manv blocks. Lewis Johnson Carpenter con tractor who resides at 2604 Arling ton Avenue surrendered to authorities thursday a warrant charging first degree manslaughter had been issued for his arrested. Johnson drove the automobile which struck and killed mrs. Anna c. Par Menter at the county fair grounds recently. More than was collected by City treasurer a. J. Wisenhunt Dur ing the first part of september in partial taxes on 104 parcels of City real estate according to a monday report. A drunk and disorderly citizen picked on the wrong party when he gave officer Wally Nelson of the police morals squad a punch on the jaw last saturday night. Nelson subdued him without help and the Man entered a plea of not guilty in municipal court. Henry Bloedo sr., Superior Street suffered a deep Gash on his head when he slipped off the Side walk in front of Frank Tomashek s Home saturday. Tie was taken to St. May s Hospital in the City ambulance. Epiphany Young people s league celebrated its third anniversary Sun Day night. Covers were Laid for 60 members and friends. Dancing planned . Young persons Ptan novel affair in nature of halloween affair Here new plan of promoting dancing parties for Young Persona of Racine will to launched when Racine t. W. C. A. Conducts the first of a series on saturday october 29. The open ing party is to be a halloween affair. The committee members Are to la decided. Others desiring admittance May communicate with Edith Phil lips or Roberta. Anderson Smith co chairwoman. Alice Moers Ellen Thomsen and Carl Peterson Are in charge of Deco rations and entertainment while or. A. A. Sampe is to arrange for music. Other members of the committee Are or. And mrs. Emil Wiegand or. And mrs. L. O. Samsel or. And mrs. Tom Sankey the misses Elizabeth Hunt Ngu Mary Marsh and Ora Campbell and Warren Jones. Licensed to wed Carl Clemints 926 Wilson Street and Rose Vallone 1614 Minnie obituary formerly of Raeine now Wauke-1 the Simmons bed company Whoso an a on september or. And Walter i Vijh. A Filo Charles Street a Kon. October 4. Or and mrs John Peterson route 3, Box 13r a a Sun october 1. Family resides at 3820 Avenue was a judgment of by a i inuit Jurij in Valparaiso tnd., tuesday. Stark s suit con corned a collision with a bub the card of thanks we wish to thank relatives and friends for the kindness and Pathy shown us during the illness and death of our dear son and brother Gerald. Special thanks to reverend Lempke to a. C. Hansen and to the dear boys who were pall bearers. Or. Ind mrs. Jas. Hansen and daughter Lucille Herbert s. Smith Rural route 4, Box 818, Racine and Winifred a. Duffey 1214 Erie Street. Thomas w. Banks 702 Pine Street Burlington and Sophia r. Watson Burlington. Harold j. Kuchenbach 2106 har Riet Street and Anita Jacobson 2022 twelfth Street. William e. Staebell be mar a la., and Julia Goder 513 Blaine Avenue. Mrs. Olga Jerstad 12, of 1018 Cleveland Avenue died at St. Luke c Hospital wednesday. Burial was at Graceland cemetery. Mrs. Catherine Williams 68, of 822 Silver Street died at Homo wednesday. Mary Lee Bartalo infant Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. Joseph Bartalot 1c2c rapids drive died at the Homs wednesday. Burial was at Ian National cemetery of Calo Joni from the Home. Few Rrt William a Ranotta of 925 High Street died at Home tues Day. Burial was at Calvary Tery from St. Patrick s Strouf funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Clara Marie Beix 1234 Mich Igan Boulevard died at St. Luke 3 Hospital wednesday. Hans m. Nielsen 85, of 1s28 free. Man court died at St. Luke s Hospi Tal monday. Funeral services were held at Emmaus Church. Beatrice Buth 5, daughter of or. And mrs. Albert Buth of 1100 b Aine Boulevard died at St. Luke s Hospi Tal sunday. Burial was at holy Cross cemetery from St. Edward s Church. Mrs. Millie a. Nelson 1027 col lege Avenue died at Home saturday. Burial was at Mound cemetery. William Quinn Morton 82, of 1628 College Avenue died at Home Satur Day. Burial was at Mound cemetery from the Homo. Mrs. Henrietta Keller 56, of 1827 Lasalle Street died at Home last Friday. Burial was at Graceland cemetery from Immanuel episcopal Church. Union meetings Sheet Metal workers no. 35 and printing Pressman no. 127 Are to meet at Union Hall 8 . Friday. Other coming meetings Are to be As follows no. 42 at 9 . No. 108 at 8 . And Metal polishers no. 89 at . And shoe workers no. 276 and lathers no. 232, both at 8 . Wednes of directors of Union Hall association at 8 . To lairs and no. 43 at 7 . And carpenters and joiners no. 91 at . To reopen business he once abandoned business which Joseph Leskovar abandoned because of ill health four years ago is to be reopened Here sat urday. Leskovar now proprietor of the High Street Cash Market at 630 High Street opened the City Cash Market at 610 fourteenth Albeet in 1917. Ill health forced him to close the meat store in 1928. When Leskovar recovered his health he went into business again at the High Street location. Now he is ready to revive his other business on the South Side of the City. Both markets will Deal in a High Grade of Fol a Tell first adhesive Stamps adhesive Stamps Are said to have been invented by James Chalmers of Dundee Scotland in 1834, and came into use in 1847, when parliament sanctioned their use. Or. And Mia. To Imiru. R a ii a interstate Blake Avenue a son on in Tolar 3 All. And mi.1-. T. S Lllnnu-., route 4, hox 410, a son on oct Lier company. Long school hours in s Day the Sci tool hours were in summer from six in the morning until six it night in Winter from Daybreak until dusk. Names of seven recently Marilyn or and or str it .1 on air. And i. Onier h14 Lun Tivet. I a , w the Junior Valeria on october 4.1 . Arc mrs Ifon j. Bernard ,m9 Hohan mrs. Ceo Rpp f. Schiffmayer. I t a r i t Allender. Miss Jam Ito Urci urn Octavia 1 Otter Aliss Inis Sini Odinie and Mildred Mill Ull my. Ill my or Iii l i Ali a i find i i mrs . i on o t 4. 1. Nii inn n i i a k i a. 731 .1 Tonii in. Jiisvs.niv.1 i win Liy in inutp1 r men t i 1 u a i i i v i or 1 it. A i k i i y it x t my for a bad fire Call the Koppers Coke for .1 mks i r r Independent Coal Coke co. Chiropodist for the surgical medical and mechanical treatment of All foot ailments. Now located at 1501 West sixth Street Over Heok s drug store i phone Prospect 3450 Kort Nerly located at 217 Arcaute rail Rinir Complete funerals at a Price that will positively satisfy Peterson funeral Home 1313 state St. Neon tube signs it manufacture Tiv. 8 hour top nor scr Viec f. Of. Boukhm la in Row. 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