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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 18, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin
Lac Rel to heat bulletin deft. It Ini see. 1, Faff 4 democrats Don t count that s the Way state gop sees it Madison # the Wisconsin Republican party s weekly publication facts told receivers on its mailing listing saturday to come out for the inauguration of constitutional officers Jan. 2. Saying that colourful ceremonies will Start at noon in the Capitol the invitation read you Are cordially invited to attend particularly to witness the solemn taking of the oath of office by three republicans Warren Knowles As it. Governor Robert Zimmerman As Secretary of state and Dena Smith As state unmentioned were govt Gaylord Nelson and Ayr Civ John w. Reynolds. They Are democrats and re elected. They will be sworn in too. Sex policeman gets jail term Sheboygan youth faces trial in Auto deaths of 3 friends offer buys anywhere on Brand new general electric Ria Victor to & stereo Toppson. Maytag Ria Whirlpool appliance and to biggest Trade ins now plus. lowest prices easiest terms finer Quality Best values always Carload prices 512-516 wis. Ave. Free parking while shopping of Sandy s Monroe wis. Up Jerome Stigman a former Monroe police officer who re signed complaining of Dissen Sion in the department was sentenced to 30 Days in jail after his conviction on a charge of buying Beer for a minor. Stiegman appeared in Green county Justice court accused of purchasing Beer for a 17-year-old boy involved in an Auto crash thursday morning. It was testified that Stiegman had been in the car at the time of the crash but that he left before investigating county officers arrived. Stiegman resigned on nov. 16, but the fire and police commission announced later it planned to seek his discharge As the result of a Lafayette county Auto crash. The commission also announced Friday that it had postponed until dec. 31 an Appeal hearing for police desk sergeant Kenneth Mayer. He was fired nov. 19 for indebtedness failure to maintain files and for talking to newsmen during his suspension. The delay in the Appeal of his discharge was granted because his attorney is ill. Sheboygan a a could remember nothing from Coroner s jury held that alvinj9 . Dec. 4 until he awoke Makrevis jr., 18, was respond Jin a Hospital the following Day. Sible for the death of three he was hospitalized for about Sheboygan companions in a a week after the Accident Highway Accident near Here Ray Vogt 19, Sheboygan dec. 5 by negligent operation testified he drank Beer with of a vehicle while under the the four boys at a restaurant influence of an intoxicant. Until 1 . Dec. 5 and that Makrevis was named in Makrevis was on the Driver s three warrants that contained Side of the car when the Auto charges similar to those in the Mobile carrying the four boys jury s ruling. He was arraigned left a parking lot. Victims of the Accident were Gerald Ward and Paul held before municipal judge Clarence Whiffen and ordered held on Bond of $1,500 pending further court action. Makrevis testified that he pc tall Star both 17 and John Prinsen 18, a Sheboygan High school Bas City Council in Maryland gets Tough on pets owners Greenbelt my. W confined to the owners Prem members of the City Council of Greenbey decided they did t want to see or hear any More pets Barking and howling endlessly chasing cars molesting Greenb Elters and biting chunks out of other pets. And the members decided they had enough of pet owners overworking overloading mistreating tormenting beating and abandoning pets. The Council passed an ordinance forbidding All these acts by pets and their owners. In addition the ordinance requires registration of the pets and warns All animals must be Ter pretend this to mean they had better watch All their Peti carefully except for goldfish canaries parakeet ducks Chicks and perhaps an Allega Tor or two uses except when under the immediate and effective control of a responsible penalties for violating the ordinance a Fine of $5 to $50 for the owner banishment for the pet. The Council listed a few exceptions to its ordinance caged Birds t or aquatic and amphibian most pet owners in Greenbelt have in hubcaps Detroit hubcaps were used years ago to keep grease in the Hub of automobile or truck wheels. Christmas cards imprinted while u wait Wick s photo Cinter sit main Colorado Gums its Barbers up Denver Okay you Barbers no More gum to the kids after Jan. 1. The order was mailed by the state Board of Barber examiners. It s a sanitary measure Victor Sunblade Board director said. It s professional jealousy that s All it is retorted Ivan Jones a Denver Barber. Jones said he spends As much As $150 a year on gum to give to Young customers. It helps to make them sit still. Wisconsin Man 32, plunges to his death Monroe City # -1 a Wisconsin Man who was the father of seven children fell 87 feet to his death from a water Tower under construction Here. He was Fred r. Eytcheson 32. Of Sturgeon Bay wis. Authorities sad he was trying to Cross from the top of the Tower to a scaffolding when he lost his footing. Now Aren t you glad we joined first National s Christmas club the time to join choose Vorpi an a for 1961 is now ask Sec fit the surest inv to have Money for christinas a. 25.00 1.0050.00 a 1961 and for Vear Elul expenses is to join first i 2 00 100 00 1 National s Christmas savings club. Enrol 3.00150.00 either at the Bank or where Vou work. The 525000 i. 10 00500.00 important thing is to Start Siuw. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i first National Bank and Trust company member of Federal Reserve system member Federal Deposit insurance corporation service convenience Security Leah is 62nd Christmas shop Rahns every night til pm Christmas giving Orion knit watch Cap in White 98 and colors. I Orion knit fringe top Cap 1 in White q98 & and colors for Christmas. Paris inspired Bulky knits French flair for wintry Days Gay warm Bulky knit hats that snuggle deep Down on your head to flatter you a la dior fun to give delightful to own visit our millinery gift Bazaar today. Rahns millinery main floor Annex Christmas cheer trom la a of. Fruit cake Rich moist homemade Good what a wonderful gift braid trimmed suburban jacket Newl arrived just in time for the holidays this wonderful jacket of stain resistant water repellent Wool lined poplin with Rayon cover Timmy Collar tyrolean braid irl med Light weight and of so warm beige and Willow Green. 10-18. Special Bright cheerful plaid Slacks Gay As the Holiday season these All Wool Slacks tapered to a tee Sung fast inner Belt 2 deep pockets and Matching self Belt. Top off the season s festivities with a Holiday tradition delightful chocolate House fruit cake. It s moist and firm slices evenly without crumbling. And it s chock full of tempting candied fruits and Crisp chewy nuts. Absolutely de Cilious. A sure to please gift too. Christmas special it s chock Tui 99 hard candies Many favorite varieties 100% filled direct from Santa s Candy shop these extra Good hard candies will bring smiles of Delight to Christmas revellers Young and old. Each piece of this truly Fine old style assortment is filled and delicately Flavoured. Your family _ _ will love it. Isis la. Wrist Mas revellers 651 5" Rahns sportswear third floor Don t let Winter weather bedraggled you. Be dazzling Day or night this Holiday season with a Rahns chocolate House main floor candies a Helene Curtis cold wave includes styled haircut Creme shampoo styled haircut 2.00 budget wave Rahns Beauty Salon. Second floor 12 50 Reg. 15.00 8.50
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