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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 10, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Cent Uhitil to feud City u\\4 a a a a a a a a a a Sittl a Fiji Jill fill postal receipts Zahn becomes 3d Republican at $2 million t0 enter congressman race show 15% gain City briefs Edward j. Zahn Racine attorney and former special assistant to Secretary of labor James Mitchell today an postal receipts in Racine bounced 1115 candidacy for the showed a 15 per cent gain last Republican nomination for con year As nearly 75 million pieces Gress from the 1st District. Of mail were handled by the1 Zahn is the third Republican City to postal employees. To enter the race. Postmaster John i. Costello previously announced Are said total receipts for postage atty. Richard g. Harvey jr., and fees were $2,128,678 last of Racine and the Rev. Henry year. Schadeberg Burlington. The it was the first time the City primary will be held in fall has been above the $2 million Pacyne attorney 38, re Mark and was an increase sides at Kansasville and prac-$299,976 Over 1958. Racine s aces jaw a in Pacyne Zahn report office first passed the $1 turned to Racine last May aft million Mark in 1948. Or spending two years in Wash costello said 27,308,000jngton in government service pieces of outgoing mail were pjs most recent assignment Raymond d. Meade new director of the Racine vocational and adult school will speak on a a Post High school technical education a Community challenges at a luncheon meeting of the Racine welfare forum monday Jan. 18, at the Owca. Graduate course in human growth and development will be offered by the University of Wisconsin in Racine beginning feb. I. The course titled social work 274a, will be instructed by Irving h. Raffe director of the jewish children to Home in Milwaukee. Sessions of the three credit course will be held mondays at 3 30 . For 17 weeks. Teachers display work a thirteen exhibitors will be featured in the two week faculty Art show which opens today at the Owca. Among the paintings Are an encaustic and Oil pictured at left which is titled a Wax cities to to and was painted by Betty Mcevoy Art teacher at Mitchell Junior High school. The Oil painting at right is by Ronald Gardina teacher at Washington Park High school and is called a othe ?� the Walnut and brass sculpture a eve a is by Arthur Helminiak who also teaches Art at Mitchell Junior High. Processed. Included were 3, 741.000 magazines newspapers and Small parcels and 1, 354.000 parcel Post packages. Incoming mail totalled 47, 1325.000 pieces with 10,010,000 of them magazines newspapers and Small parcels and 752,000 parcel Post packages. Walter c. Carlson chief accountant said the state Street postal station had receipts totalling $506,058 last year a Edward j. Zahn was Liaison operation Between Congress and the department of labor. Makes decision in announcing Zahn said he decided to run for two reasons a of believe it is obvious to the majority of voters that the 1st congressional District should return to the Republican party where it will receive representation for All and not merely gain of $103,000 Over the pre Quot be favored a Rolp. And 1 de Vinas Vear. Carlson noted that eved a essential that the $409,000 of the total was in Republican candidate be exper postal meter audits. A quoted on yet Quot he problems the West Racine station had of has a strict a to but als0 in the Eisendrath signs Union contract $201,279 in receipts up $17,000 executive As wed As the legis Over 1958, with $64,000 of the alive branches of our govern total from postal meters. Ment n Washington. The Uptown station had born in Racine $149,084, up $18,000 Over 1958,j at 10 15 tonight Zahn will with $41,000 of the receipts be interviewed by a panel of a new contract expiring from meters. Tour attorneys on Milwaukee dec. I 1961, has been signed by the b. D Eisendrath Tan a by Ning Ca and local i,77. Am u 5 Choo aboard to request Gama Ted meat cutters and and Butcher workmen of North America Al Cio. The contract Calls for an average wage increase the first a formal request for $2,/oo, school and plans Foi a $0o0,&Quot year of 52 cents an hour with too for the 1960 school build too Janes school addition. An additional 1 2 cents to a my program is expected to be $2.7 million for construction Scalp lacerations were suffered by Peter j. Menden reports television program on 63, of 700 Echo la., saturday Channel 12. Afternoon w Hen he fell Down Zahn was born in Racine at basement stairs at a Home at tended Public schools in the Hoo Ruby ave., where he was ,. Doing construction work. Men City and was graduated fro mid m was reported m -Good�?t1 William Horlick High school in condition saturday night at St. 19.38. He received his bachelors to Mary s Hospital degree in political science in 1943 from the University of left hand fracture and Michigan and entered the army Cut Tendon was suffered by immediately afterwards. He Frank Kerosic 44, of 2009 tay served a year and one half Indor ave., in an Industrial Active european theater receiving cadent saturday afternoon at three Battle stars. After his Dis american motors corp. In recharge in 1946 with rate of Nosha where he is employed sergeant he entered Marquette his condition was reported University and received his Law a of Good to to saturday night at be degree in 1948. I Nosha Hospital. Zahn is married and has four two persons were Hurt children three sons and autos driven by he a m. Daughter. He has served on the re 1c07 i Ort a r up. Sorensen 55. Of 1627 Liberty school Board of the Traut Wem _. C. T i a re a. U St., and Stevan Lukie 45, of schools District. He is a past a do a. Kenosha were involved in an Accident at Highway 38 and r a county trunk h. Bertha Ott a 1 suffered head injuries and Ellen Crockett 2, neck and shoulder injuries but neither was hospitalized. Both persons were exalted ruler of the Racine elks and has served in various capacities with the chapter of the american red Cross the Racine child guidance clinic and the Racine county safety Council. He is a. _ men brr of he Racine county. I passengers in the Sorensen car. Wisconsin and american Barm Luon readers associations. Practically every Sale of manufactured in a journal times photo Art show preview a Gayle Slomski 9. Of 1638 Charles St., got a close look at a Silver pin As the exhibit was being set up saturday. The exhibit will be from 2 to 5 . In 1952 and Racine county Campaign chairman in 1956. Heat was also the party to candidate for District attorney in 1950. New Homes in county at near record in 59 win Racine county s Unin Cor sued last year in addition to three cases still Are pending ported areas recorded one of the residential permits. The the Best residential construe Misc Vaneous permits at $2,947,911, or about Don years in history during mph re f he comys i 1959. Orc $9,334 486 total last year. J the number of residential eight cases have been taken zoning permits issued 425, was Jaq court Boyer said second Only to a 544 total in fines of up to $25 were or-1954. I and the estimated value of the residential construction last year $6,386,575, was a record. It exceeds by More than $1,100,000 the previous High and n set in 1956, the annual report reported by of h. W. Beyer county zoning St. Luke to Hospital administrator shows. Or. And mrs. Bill Burns 2317 the town of Caledonia led 18th St., a daughter Jan. 9 the county nine towns for or a cd mrs Brykman the fourth year in a Row. Per 2800 Ash and ave a d a h. Mits for 165 residences valued i m 9 at $2,229,500, were issued it. This Vav is nearly double the 88 or and mrs John Adams permits issued the year before 831 Jai son St., a son. Jan. 9. Cite statistics my and mrs. Jack Spencer. _ 1915 Jupiter ave., a daughter. Town of it. Pleasant Jan 9 i residential permits is Ith a $2,049,810 value Al the year before 82bearing a valuation of $1,420,000, were issued. As reported by Home construction statistics St. Mary to Hospital for other towns show town of Burlington 43 new residences valued at $528,000, compared to 31 permits valued at $289 672, in 1958 or and mrs. Thomas mar town of Raymond 30 per Ette 122?,2 Michigan blvd mits valued at $401,465, com a daughter. A a 9 pared to 29 permits with Val the Board also is scheduled ply to increased costs of hos made t0 Council by to discuss was of absorbing a the Republican p a r t a every product Spital and surgical insurance. A education at the a $100,000 Cut made by Tho Jahn. Wras a member of its the u. S. Will be purchased by Lite second year the average he hard education at the. Board of directors in 1950-52. One of the Loo million people wage increase will be 5 cents school boards meeting monday Guy Council in me 2 in chairman of the Racine county who read a newspaper on an Jan hour spokesmen said. Might. Hon school budget tor 1960. Citizens for Eisenhower Nixon average Day payments of 5 cents an hour fhe boards to property com other items on the Hoard to retroactive to aug. I. When Mittee has listed As building Agenda Are a discussion with the old contract expired and priorities for this year com school janitors who have re a liberalization of termination Cletion of a $230,000, seven ejected a 4 per cent salary inlay and other benefits also room addition to the s. C. Crease offer and a report on a were agreed to. A Johnson elementary school plans for moving students a Start of construction on the the new Jerstad agerholm Jun dered in three cases a $50 Fine myth $2�?/2 million Frank r. Starbuck for High school by March i. Was ordered in another Case it is a myth that the Cen Junior High school working now on Appeal one Case was Tury Plant blooms Only once in plans and drawings for a new named for tree dropped when property where a Hundred years. Some kinds $750,000 elementary school at Palo Alto calif., is named i t in Flower every year others at Graceland Boulevard and Ohio for a tall Redwood tree in the Tho alleged violation occurred ppr ods but none Street plans for a $3 million City. A landmark of travellers was annexed into the City. Blooms so rarely As once in remodelling and building pro since 1769. Its name Means too years. Igram at William Horlick High a tall tree in Spanish. Starts tomorrow Mon. Jan. I i Quot speak up Quot 7 00-7 30 . Wren i atm what s your opinion As Little As $1.50 rents a truck for one hour and five Miles dial me 2-5103 merchants delivery truck rental inc. 1215 stots St. Having a Money problem borrow with Confidence or and mrs Theodore Coleman 1901 Clark Sta son. Jan. 9. Or. And mrs. Walter c Ooper 2901 Madison St son Jan. 9. Or. And mrs. Samuel Graceffa 3332 9th Avea daughter Jan. 9 stars and stripes journal times photo airborne chess team a four members of the s. C. Johnson amp son inc. Chess team made a 500 mile round trip by air saturday to play a tournament with four members of the University of Iowa chess team in Iowa City. The four flying Johnson to chess players were from left Kimball Nedved Allen ave. De Bron in and Perry Forman. The Racine team had one win and three losses. Nedved tonner Illinois state chess Champion w As the Only Winner. Bronson piloted the rented plane. Cave and Forman Are chemists and Nedved and Bronson Are marketing men. Nation of about $382,465, town of Yorkville 28 residential permits valuation at $383,000, compared to 19 permits bearing valuation of $.309, 500 town of Norway 26 permits pfc Gene d. Jensen son of with valuation of $3/3,300, Anco is Oscar p Jensen compared to 22 permits with 0f 3229 Osborne blvd will wins in All five positions the Center shots. $297,000 valuation. Participate Heb. 1-7 to the 7th Burlington Rifle club moved Hll he in for he iwo in it is town of Waterford 12 per army., i960 Wimer Man Euver flip was ?e0rge bul new the a 39 1 mits valuation $205,, com m Germany lenten a 1958 a out of a possible 400 rated to 14 permits $196,750 Washington Park High school "1�?t a Sconsa Rill Assoc la a Auastos Mumm. Valuation. Graduate joined the army in tl0n match fire at Burlington Bunn a n .1�< riflemen capture 1st place berth by posting cause of the greater number of Burlington w Kubach g Swoboda. W sch Points Dubach ii. Karu else Vick Sha club a team that had been team tou1 too too Joo Iii too 12 too u8 of too 08 87 is 86 500 484 485 458 $4 41 kf.mi4 St thing team Tot Ala 500 484 478 454 1824 1812 of Dover 8 permits to january 1959, and now is Sta Friday night with $120,000 valuation com lined in Hoechst. Germany l of the five. Paled to 9 pet nuts Wath $90, Voith the combat Engineer Bat t i l. Boo Vii Ninn i re Quai ii Ginyei udi were members of the Wauke Usu valuation. Calion of company a other permits of Rochester 8 per 300 million ads in first place until Friday night. Every year u. S newspapers Burlington had Clear Decil birthdays come twice a year publish More than 300 million Sions in All but the prone and in Latvia. Flach youngster Cele individual classified ads a sitting positions. In those two brutes the anniversary of his roughly two for every Man they were tied but the Points Day of birth and his a name woman and child in the nation War Given to Burlington a ii is. I =. Mits with valuation of $96,500, compared to 5 permits with $38,400 valuation. Bier said that 679 miscellaneous permits were also is done to it Money worries get von Down. We like to make Loans to people whether or not Titiev Hank Here. And \ t u it 11 like our loan and financing be vices i tee a ii be we can ofter lower rates lower monthly Pas merits with com Ellie insurance Protection. Always compare rates and Oiler considerations before you borrow for immediate needs or when finale ing cars appliances Home improvements and other items. The first National plan month 94 he it to a Moi int of loan a monthly 12 by to mint it nth up Fey w menu $ too $ 9.12 200 17.91 $12.33 300 26.99 18,32 $14 14 500 44.26 30.32 23.34 1000 88.18 60,29 46.35 look at the Back of your neck everyone else does prompt barter service with or without appointment Hazlett Barber shop 416 -6th St me 7-1161 pay anti include interest of 5/6 of 1�o per month on the unpaid balance. Protected payment plan this optional insurance pins the instalments on your loan alter 30 Days of disability due to illness or Accident and pass the unpaid balance immediately in cae of death. Get facts his How \ it \ 4l of i Leer u ill help son Neth your Money problems. Prompt confidential sen we. Flit and Trust by it self com Pany member of Federal Reserve system a member Federal Deposit insurance corporation

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