Racine Independent News in Racine, Wisconsin
9 Sep 1932

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9 Sep 1932

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Independent News, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1932, Racine, WisconsinMany Here Survey shows men women alike appear divided lit this time sentiments of Racine citizens a Peara to be fairly evenly divided be tween presidential nominees of the two leading parties a Brief Survey revealed. A group of citizens selected at random showed such a close division of political opinion that it difficult to forecast which will go in the novem Ber election. Virtually All of the persons interrogated named either Herbert Hoover the Republican incumbent or Franklin Roosevelt democratic the opinions Mabel a Troiana 1444 or Cuie by think oar next president will be a i believe the people Are tired of the other Lutes Hoever mrs. Barbara Botsco 1401 Villa St., i believe Hoover will win. I Don t know just have a feel ing he mrs. Norman h. Christensen 1430 ave., we the talc will be elected. Done the Best be could in tunes like Arthur h. Christiansen 1211 car Lisle ave., to make a guess 1 think Roosevelt May be Joseph Dunn. 2000 grand ave., til guess Roosevelt but i can t Tell you mrs. Boy Dally main St., i Haven t paid much attention to it but i think Hoover May mrs. Frank dood me Green it., Roosevelt of course i Don t see How anybody could vote for Hoover after All the hard times we be mrs. Edgar w. Beckort 2041 Deane blvd., of the two leading has the Best a socialist John 0. Erickson 432 Clif ave., backing he straight Boc fest Norman Thomas. I think the other parties will be pretty Well it la be a me Joan Fairbanks 2000 sixteenth bt., i Hope Roosevelt will win. I it aurally lean More to the demo cratic mrs. F. Feiker ism Flett ave., n have no idea who will be elected Bat i guess Hoover is my prefer John Hoover 1415 Grange ave., m la stick to the Man who s to Boover. I Don t think it s Good pol icy to change Andrew Jensen 818 Belmont ave., the beat mrs. Hannah Kaltenschnee North main St., i think Roosevelt ought to win. I think he ought to a Hoover Are running even in Racine Racine in review motorcycle officer gone Mack of the Racine police department sustained dangerous injuries when his motorcycle collided with an Automo bile driven by Edmund h. Behrens 3613 Wright Avenue at the inter Section of College Avenue and fourteenth Street wednesday night. Both victims of the Accident were taken to St. Luke s Hospital. Mack was unconscious and his version of Accident would not be obtained. The acht Spray damaged by heavy Waves in the Saugatuck Mich., Harbor was towed to Racine Harbor thursday by the Annette another Racine boat which was at Saugatuck for the annual regatta. The Spray is owned by Harold Sustachek and Stanley Larsen. Jacob Girton 28, who entered a plea of guilty to the charge of Rob Bing the Motorman of a Taylor Avenue Street car last saturday was sentenced wednesday by judge e. R. Burgess to serve not Lees than a year nor More than three years at the Green Bay reformatory. Reception at memorial ban in Honor of w. H. Armstrong depart ment commander and recently elected senior vice commander a Chiaf of the dotted Spanish Amer ican War veterans was held wednesday night by Bancroft Camp a the auxiliary. Armstrong among others spoke informally Tell ing of the work accomplished by Spanish War veterans. Danish ladles Aid society celebrated the eighteenth anniversary of its organization at Gethsemane lutheran Church wednesday after noon. Nearly All the to members attended including five charter members. City treasurer a. J. Eisenhut believed the partial payment tax plan was successful after receiving More than within a few hours tues Day morning. Thousands of children were off Racine Public schools opened the fall term. Enrolment was believed to ire hit Mue a ago. Raymond Hack of Ken Ostia county was instantly killed saturday night when his automobile crashed into a train where chickory Road crosses the Northwestern tracks. Nineteen sea scouts returned to Racine monday night after a cruise to Saugatuck Mich. They were accompanied by Commodore Stephen Fox and three other officers. Judge b. R Burgess heard 24 cases in municipal court tuesday morning after a Busy week end and Holiday had kept Racine s police Force Busy. One Man was sent to the county jail for 30 Days for beat ing his wife. A Drunken Driver paid thing to have another party fears Deno rats mrs. James Lincoln Lawn St., i have an idea Hoover will win i Don t think Well have Good times under the my. Chris Mark 280 Jones. Ill a Peak for a matter of feeling i mrs John Meierhoff. Isis Frank Lin St. 1 Naven i Aiu Oahu Ami str. say la Roosevelt mrs. William Otto. 1121 Park ave., i really i prefer. I voted for Hoover before but 1 would m willing to Sec a if it were for the bet Ter mrs p red j Tierce. 1412 ave., Roosevelt of course. I d to see a could t be any mrs a. J Raymond. Fix teen to St. Or Hoover i to the but and at this or Day without interruption fire caused Little damage. The gospel Tabernacle sunday celebrated its seventeenth anniversary. Many visitors from other churches and cities heard Rev. Morris c. Mono pastors and delegates represented four Racine lutheran churches at the Twenty eighth annual meeting of the Wisconsin District at Mil Waukee last week end. Representatives of danish brotherhood Lodge of Racine and of Vic Toria Lodge danish sisterhood re turned to Racine monday after the close of annual convention of the United danish brotherhood and sisterhood of Wisconsin and upper Michigan. Banners reported a Light Frost in Racine county tuesday night with no attendant damage. The common to undo tuesday night appropriated to Send the special rate investigating committee to a hearing in Milwaukee on sept. 16. Aldermen due Nelson and Jack son Are to make trip. State senator George w. Stanch Ned addressed Racine rotary dub wednesday noon discussing remedial measures for the state tax sys tem. Necessity for add Wool ejection was reviewed by the common Council tuesday night following introduction by Alderman Nelson ask ing for More help in the twelfth Ward. A report by Register Petersen this week revealed that earnings of the office of the Register of deeds suffered a Sharp drop in 1m1. Heavy schedule of Union and other activities is booked for Union Hall during the next seven Day period beginning with a meet ing of machinists no. At 8 p. Today. Musicians no. 42, Are to at 9 a. Sunday. Other meetings Are to be As follows ers no. 108, at 8 p. No and Metal polishers no. 89, at p. Tues workers no. 103, at p. Boot and shoe workers no. 276, and lathers no. 232, both at 8 p. M., and fire fighters no. 321, at 9 a m. Temple and Board of directors of Union Hall association both at 8 p. Labourers no. 10s, at 7-30 p. M., and Carpen ters and joiners no. 91, and car Penters ladies auxiliary both at rules prove a Model for All groups rules of men s club generally Are posted a prominent place on. The clubhouse Walls and boys lube Are no exception according to the youths with grown up ideas. One of the Moat terse and understandable sets of rules in existence was posted in the Burlap Wau of a boys garage clubhouse on the Southwest Side of Racine recently. It follows 1. No smoking. 2. No swearing. 3. No funny 4. Three meetings a week. 6. No More members than the Jolly six Philip Glenn. Orville Joseph warn and Lloyd. 6. No silliness during meet ing. 7. No spitting. 8. Do not miss meetings purposely. Jolly six licensed to wed Frank to nine Avenue and Hannah Anderson 1904 Douglas Avenue. Joseph j. Orth 1641 Villa Street and Minnie e. Kroes Rural route 1, Racine. Or. And mrs. Otto Nelson 1911 Harriet Street a son on sept. L or. And mrs. Neil r. Nelson Crecent Hill farm a son sept. 1. H or. And mrs. Arthur Jensen nineteenth Street a son sept 8. Pen and Pencil time is Here special values a pens pencils mud Seta. A Complete Stock staler Parker Aad Waterman Pun and pencils. Special set with base Wiggand Bros. Maim St. The watch store Quality jewelry and watches Fine diamonds music pianos radios teachers Here you a Fol find one of the meat Complete stocks of music teaching material in the state. We extend a per Sonal invitation to visit us. John a. Owen 72, grand died at St. Luke s Hospital monday burial was at Graceland cemetery. Joseph Charles Murphy 47, died at Milwaukee monday. Burial was at holy Cross cemetery from Strouf funeral Home and St. Patrick s Church Peder Lai sen 64, 1725 Howe Street died at Home saturday. Burial was at West Lawn memorial Park. Mrs. Hanna Dunya 75, 1959 Lor ave died at Home tuesday. Miss Margaret Noonan 69, 1614 Bast Street died tuesday. Burial was at Calvary cemetery from Strouf funeral Home and St. Patrick s Church. William Haring. Is 1014 state Street died at Home thursday. Burial is to take place at Graceland cemetery saturday 2 . Joseph John Hilgers 65, 1825 grand Avenue died at Home thurs Day. Burial is to take place at holy Cross cemetery saturday morning1 from holy name Church. Ice Cream one cupful of milk three egg cupful of sugar a bit of Salt one half cupful of Strong Tea infusion one cupful of thin Cream two cupfuls of heavy Cream. Freece and add two cupfuls whipped Cream and finish freezing by Wurtem Nawf Pup unlit. Do you know that an impressive and befitting ser vice can be had at if you Call the Strouf of men Home Cor. High and Lasalle Ste. J-2m8 voted for a year. Albert Hogan 1326 Liberty Street was injured sunday night when he was thrown from an automobile by j Chance acquaintances at the inter 1 Section of main and sixteenth i streets. Oil it into the Ettore of a to son is ukr Niue and sixteenth Street an 1 year old youth entered a plea of guilt in municipal court tuesday. Unions it Seniw a of ichor Day a Milo ukr monday. If had warts a a m to in a Box oar Al Zuj Mann monday. Re Lar worm try a nov _ funeral costs now further reduced if Tor More than 50 years we Given the people of Racine sad Ron diag districts Perior funeral serv tre at exceptional moderate costs today we Are a Mac tin High Quality Sverrir. 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