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Independent News, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1932, Racine, WisconsinTwo the Independent news Friday october 14 cant escape knuckle pain at keyholes no Relief in sight for householders lock Smith lamp Yon Liou Yvio your Knuckles while trying to unlock the front door on those cold autumn bad news for you. There s no Relief in sight you la continue to Bruise your fingers according to the belief of Locksmith Otto Bauman who has explained Why the locks on front doors Are made so inaccessible. It would be easy to Rig up some kind of funnel or guide to draw the House key into the Keyhole the local Locksmith admits but the manufacturers won t do it. Difficulty of manipulation is part of the Protection which a lock off is he maintains. Coming from a Man whose he is to Buinac household locks behave this opinion had a strange sound until he explained. He made himself Clear in this Way recon lock companies make keyholes flush in order to Handicap marauders. Thieves who gain entry by picking locks generally Are in a hurry. It takes a certain amount of time for a stranger to locate a Keyhole in the dark and the time element works against the prowler who must get out of sight quickly. On the other hand Bauman asserted a Householder soon be comes accustomed to the Home locks. He can locate the Keyhole on his own front door in half the time it would take a stranger. The Racine Locksmith who Kohls Forth in his shop on Wash in Tor Avenue takes the world As finds it and offers up no com plaints. If there were no Dishon est persons there would be no work for him to do. Locks of All kinds Are an interesting study in his opinion. He Vic -11 1 he has Learned How to make them How to repair them How to open them or without keys. To has traced their history. He has delved into the mysteries of pad locks door locks Auto locks furniture locks and safety vault locks. Criminals who specialize in picking locks can Tell a lot to a Locksmith but a Good Locksmith can Tell the Crooks a thing or two also Baumann contends. You la be surprised at what i could Tell you about How Crooks manipulate Baumann confided. And if i told you where i came from you d know How i got my information. I used to live in Joliet 111., and i have worked on the locks in the state Penitentiary there plenty of times. I got a lot of valuable tips from Crooks who were doing time. A Locksmith needs that kind of invented by Baumann traces the history of the modern lock Back to ancient China. I think the chinese invented the first he said. They in vented a lock which was of cited Racine in review seven year of boy wednesday confessed turning in the false alarms which have been luring the fire department to the court House. He was caught soon after he had rung up his fourth false alarm in two chief Grover Lutter of the police department was the victim of gasoline thieves when his Auto Mobile refused to Start water Avi w4x tents of the fuel tank. Judge Tom 0 Kansas City wednesday night addressed the Racine Gene eagles. He lauded the eagles organization for its part in the Battle against economic depression. Roland Steinle of Milwaukee was the speaker at the Columbus Day banquet at which the knights of Columbus held wednesday evening. New members of the Junior league were welcomed monday afternoon at Tea at the Home of mrs. Francis Peil 1200 Wisconsin Street. Of lege Avenue died at Home thurs Day. Burial is to be saturday in Mound cemetery from St. Luke s Church. Leroy James Butler 36, of 1724 grand Avenue died at National Home in Milwaukee wednesday. Burial is to be in holy Cross cemetery saturday from Beffel funeral Home a. M. And from holy name Church 9 a. M. Eighty five members of Racine and Chicago traffic clubs braved cold breezes in a joint Outing at Meadowbrook county club wednesday. The Racine men won the softball game 5 to 3, but the Chi cagians excelled at Golf to win the trophy Given by George car Nell president of the Racine club. Finance committee of the county Board wednesday turned Down governor Phil Lafollette s re quest to postpone collection of delinquent taxes through Sale. It 1 n sons for its action. Litber to give up 000 or to go for a Thorn ton l. Smith of 1514 Wisconsin Street recently sought police Protection from Anonymous extortionists. Police guarded him after he had received a note asking him to throw out a bundle of Bills at the intersection of Highway 42 and five mile Road. Forty two voting members at tended the District convention of the women s Relief Corpe at me Morial Hall tuesday. Mrs. Anna Weyrough of Burlington was elected president and Burlington was selected for the next District convention. Jacob Gaiser of Racine was re elected president of Wisconsin re Tail meat dealers association v Hen the organization closed its annual convention at memorial Hall tuesday. V c. I Frost struck Tharine Mon i Day night when the thermometer registered 31 c try pcs. Uni in water Ommi Sion de Racine zoological society for the ninth successive time following his re election monday night in a meeting at Breakers Lodge. Mrs. Goldie Cofsky was elected 1 Presk ent As the beavers held a regular meeting at Moose Temple wednesday night obituary or. And mrs. Fueher route 1, Box 32, a daughter on oct 12. Or. And mrs. D. C. Cunning Ham 1105 Walton Avenue a son on oct. 12. Or. And mrs. Joe Chvilicek 2122 Carlisle Avenue a daughter on oct 11. Or. And mrs. Everett Peterson 989 Hilker place a daughter on oct. 8. Or. And mrs. Theodore Olson 1612 la Salle Street a son oct. 10. Or. And mrs. Martin Kasparaitis 921 Birch Street a daughter on oct 10. Or. And mrs. Irving Christian Ben Ohve Street a son on oct. 10. Or. And mrs. Sam Fumo 1315 Romayne Avenue a son on oct. 4. Or. And mrs. Louie Christian son 1218 Highland Avenue a son on oct. 1. Or. And mrs. Anthony Crocco 1623 Milwaukee Avenue a Daugh Ter oct. 6. Or. And mrs Ernest grabber r. R. 4, Box 195, a daughter on oct. 8. Or. And mrs. Peter Chris Peter son 1530 Isabelle Avenue a daughter oct. 10. Or. And mrs. Harry drier 1233 Marquette Street a daughter on oct. 7. Or. And mrs. Adam Knuth 2902 Charles Street a daughter Kathleen Mae on oct. 10. Or. And mrs. Rudolph Haluska 1933 Center Street a son on oct. 9. Or. And mrs. Clarence Wilons 2203 it. Pleasant Street a son oct. 12. It. To i. 2619 Bate Street a son on act 6. Or. And mrs. Lester Wald 2013 Carlisle Avenue a daughter on oct. 7. Miss Carolyn Lingsweiler 81 died at the Palmeter Home son Day. Burial was at Mound cemetery from St chores. John Wensing died at the Home of his son William route 4, Sun Day. Burial was at Mound cemetery from the danish lutheran Church. John a. Engle 74, of Lake View Terrace died at Sun cemetery from the Home. Mrs. Ivola m. Pfeiffer 36, of 1016 Birch Street died at Home monday. Burial was at holy Cross cemetery from St. Mary s Church. Mrs. Mary Lacina 67, of 413 Luedtke Avenue died saturday at St. Luke s Hospital. Burial at grand Haven Mich. Mrs. Charlotte Baum of 737 j Wisconsin Street died sunday at1 St. Mary s Hospital. Burial was Graceland cemetery. Mrs. Helen Boese 22, of 2930 Olive Street died at St Luke s Hospital Friday oct. 7. Burial was at West Lawn memorial Park from gospel Tabernacle. In sheriff race strike fails to show do politician absent when charge is called in court Jack strik Oil and gasoline dealer who figured Promin Catly in politics last year but on the in Ming site lulled to appear in municipal court wednesday morn ing to answer to a charge of Dis orderly conduct preferred by the police. Strike was arrested on main Street by patrolman glean Chick Ner who alleged that was Abu Sive and disorderly. After the arrest it is reported that efforts were made to have the police drop the charge against strike but the attempts Faud. His attorney Jake Waisman appeared in court the following morning and appeared for strike. But the court instructed the at that the defendent Hail to be present Waisman the police reported was to have strike be fore the court wednesday. Bad not made his appearance. The charge was still pending. Former mat Champ booked to wrestle Johnny Meyers of Harvard 111., former middleweight Chiun Pion is to headline the next wrestling show which promoter Jcj Semmes to hold at Eagle Hall thursday oct. 20. Meyers is to meet Marvin Strahota of Mil Waukee a the feature attraction. Seini Windup will show Hassan Aini 1 it w noting ind., against Wayne Hanson of Watertown wis., Hassen beat Duke Ruppen Thal at the last local show and Hansen is fresh from a string of All straight triumphs in his Home town. Licensed to wed Fred Kayser 411 Henry Street Burlington and Marie Ketterhagen 390 Jefferson Street burling ton. Edward b. Brill 1313 tenth Street and Mildred m. Sadowski 571 East sixth Street , Minn. Allen t. Hayward Milwaukee and Eva Newman 236 Harrison Street Emust Cramer and Ann Jadrny both of Chicago. Kai s. Sorensen. 3417 Kinzie Avenue and Jeanette a. Floyd 3420 Kinzie Avenue. George Steffen Franksville. Rural route 1, Box 29, and Lucile peterson., Franksville Rural j route 1. J Johr Becker 1119 Eric Street and Valeria Hart 1123 Erie i Street. 1 Kenneth Gardener Rural Roult 2, to 4, burling Ion Ami Dorothy Kef Swan. 681 Oregon i. Running As an Independent again offering his name to Lia Cine citizens who will vote to elect a sheriff in novem Uei. Sanos filed his nomination papers thursday. Up to May 15. The local sheriff s department in various capacities including that of he was one of the strongest contenders at tie recent primary and polled nearly votes. If wealth if wealth tempts you to waste Ful Haij i to the Sage of Chinatown beware lest you find that you have placed your Fortune at the disposal of your Star. Old Gold or Silver taken in Trade Cash if you wish notice w1egand Bros. Tweh a mimic. Piano radial 420 main Street for a bad the fire department smqke1.ess any for Good fire Call us Independent Coal Coke co. At prop act 225 we specialised in funeral services for Over 45 year Bayermann undertaking company 238 main St Jack. 286 in the door or Gate. If they sonic Thlu to break in they could chop off his fingers in a Jiffy. And if the thief got away he Couvil Eaily be Ridenti for ,1 loan from the re Costiuc Tion finance corporation for com-1 a lotion of the filtration Plant until exact Cost of the work has been it Termini to. I hair. K Pokr of Neon tube signs All it hour r. H. Boehm co. My mm4 3m. Julow 441 Loti in to Coil co. Club it w. G. Eberhardt m Wmk san Ait of. Fun Ftnat Mumm rummage Sale at the lantern package shop Der. At 9 a. M. Everton 1 a v n c s l i n t v. N a. L o i a 7 f chiropodist for the surgical and Macli Jucal of now Loc Athl at 1501 West in tic Street Orar Heck s phom pm Pitt 34m .1 117 the c i salvation army old Man winter9 ii get you if your Coal bin in t full Don t cold weal her Oatch you unawares. Fill your Bina now Victory Chicago Koppert Coke United fuel and Supply co. Cur St. Two phone Jackson 931 St

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