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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 27, 1971, Racine, WisconsinSunday june 27, 1971 Racine sunday bulletin ajl. Tit Quot Jar r Rev a Ltd re or i a a i tit rvs a 1�?r_7 i�?1 n r Jet jct a i a i 1__�?� i Patent pending. A. Ilc. 7 a or we my a a a �?~7 a a i a a. I i j j i a i a a a nor v leaves atmosphere pure a=��.4�3l a a it i 4&4 it v a a a Wal a vat of my in it Nav Al aug i e a win Manabi it f Tutu. A a. A a a a. a a a a. A a a .�.�?�. A a a a a. a we right we a a to. He Isis \ Entrance _ to underground Lavoice evaporator under the headline a a Lawson a smoke evaporator this drawing appeared 20 or so years ago in Alfred Lawson a tabloid publication the Benefactor. Beneath the drawing was a caption a with a Complete knowledge of the Law of Penet ability Alfred Lawson invented his smoke evaporator to draw the smoke from factory furnaces and Home Kitchen stoves below the surface of the Earth instead of pouring it out from High chimneys to Poison the air and lungs of the populace As is now the custom. A on the right of the above drawing Are shown pipes leading from a Cook stove and basement Heater downward to the subway evaporator and another leading from a factory boiler there was Alfred Lawson a room through which All smoke disappears through a larger outlet in the same subway Tunnel. A thus All City smoke can be drawn downward and passed to suction stations and the gasses emanating therefrom can be utilized again for heating purposes. A a a but a says Alfred Larson a a a this is Only a Means toward a greater invention whereby Wood Coal and Gas burning or the use of electricity for heat Light and Power purposes will eventually be superseded by the adoption of my greater method of coagulated Sun particles As outlined in my novel born again copyrighted in the year 1904, which is said to be the most instructive As Well As the most highly entertaining Story Ever Given to Carrier of fhe week James Fiegel North Side James Fiegel is this weeks Carrier of the week. He is the son of or. And mrs. Joseph Fiegel 3839 Western Way ave. A Sophomore at William Horlick High school this year he says the route teaches him responsibility and brings him in Contact with a lots of different his father feels that delivering papers has taught him a a Little of the business de Weill District manager where James delivers describes him As a prompt neat and courteous Well liked by his now enjoying baseball swimming Hunting and camping Jim Hopes to eventually become a commercial artist but Hasni to chosen a College yet. He saves the Money he earns on the route to pay for his future education. His route includes the 2500-3900 blocks of Sante be Trail the 3800-3900 blocks of Western Way Wyoming Way from the 2800 to 3900 blocks Cheyenne Center at 3800, Colorado Center at 3900, and the 3000 Block of Navajo Trail. James Fiegel where there was no smoke when Alfred w. Lawson died 17 years ago at the age of 85, he left a few things behind in addition to the University of Lawson my Southwest of Racine on the East Side of 1-94. Including something that should command particular interest in these Days of ecological enthusiasm a rough sketch of a a smoke evaporator system Lawson once predicted would be used to the extent that a Well have no More smoke a anywhere. When Lawson a University was in Des Moines instead of Racine county the institutions Only location since the mid-1950s, Lawson claimed to have a smoke evaporator in use on the Iowa Campus. It May have worked judging from a Story that appeared in a Des Moines newspaper nov. 18, 1954, a month before Lawson a death. Lawson in town to wrap up the Sale of the Des Moines Campus to real estate developers granted one of his rare interviews. The newspaper reported that Lawson so much discussed a smoke evaporator a was excluded from the Sale that Lawson was a taking it with the Story went on a the fuss Over what Lawson does with the smoke began in the summer of 1953 when workmen removed the smokestack from the Central heating Plant on the University Campus. A since buildings on the Campus have been heated through the Winter of 1953-54 and so far into the 1954-55 season without a Trace of smoke t u a a a everyone wants to know about it the evaporator the Story quoted Lawson a but a in a not letting go of it now until i get it a. A solemnly Lawson continued with the prediction that someday his smoke evaporator would be used a worldwide and Well have no More a the Story continued a fall the officials at the Lawson my institution will say is that the smoke goes underground. A Charles i. Hammond City smoke inspector who has had a Brief look at the apparatus is More specific. A a a they have a big Concrete Tunnel out there that takes the smoke underground a a said Hammond. A a a my guess is that there is a suction fan and filters connected with it. A a a they May take the fan and filters but they la have to leave that Tunnel for sure. All i know is that they be had no smoke no odor no nothing out there for More than a year. It May be too expensive or not practical in other ways but i la have to see a it is not known whether Hammond followed through on his inquiry but the journal times uncovered a rough sketch of a smoke evaporator system that appeared in a 1950 edition of Lawson a tabloid the Benefactor. A reproduction of the sketch accompanies this Story. Lawson was the founder of Lawson my a system of philosophy religion economics health and science which he defined As a the knowledge of life and everything pertaining he still has adherents. Some of them visit the 40-acre Racine county Campus a readily identified by a Long sign which reads a University of Lawson my a on the 1-94 frontage Road a few Miles Southwest of Here. The Post office address is Sturtevant. The Campus its buildings and the farming that goes on there Are managed by or. And mrs. Merle Hayden Long time Lawson followers. It has been Lawson my a Only Campus since the Des Moines ties were severed in 1954, though the Lawson organization had acquired the Racine county acreage in 1950. At least one edition of the Benefactor from the Early 1950s, before the University was moved Here called the Racine county site Lawson my so experimental in various interviews dating Back to 1964, the Haydens have supplied a journal times reporter with two of the several dozen books Lawson wrote numerous copies of the Benefactor and assurances that a Law sodomy stands for truth and harbours on falsity. If it Isnit truth it Isnit All that Lawson my has to offer can be gotten from careful Reading and study of Lawson a books the Haydens said and no one has Ever been awarded a degree in Lawson my though some have been studying 35 years or so. From the books one learns that All life operates according to the Laws of a Penetra ability and a suction and pressure and a Zigzag and in Man life a volume copyrighted by Lawson in 1923, for instance there is this example of How suction functions a when the suction Power of a tree or other Plant cannot pull upward to equalize the downward pull of the Earth a suction it droops toward the Center of the or a the molecule the atom the Electron and All lesser formations Are drawn together sustained and finally disintegrated according to the same principle a suction and pressure in relation to Penet ability. A suction causes a swirling movement towards its Center and every living formation be it solar system Earth Man or Electron contains an internal swirl. A the heart is the Center of suction of Man and the blood of Man is kept in a swirl by the action of the perhaps the airborne Quality of Lawson a phrases stems from his role As an aviation Pioneer which he was. He built the worlds then largest Airliner in Milwaukee in 1921, but it crashed on Takeoff. Lawson first settled in Milwaukee in 1917, when Milwaukee businessmen induced him to come Down from Green Bay where he was building air planes. Lawson was in Milwaukee until 1921. He built an air plane to carry 18 passengers. Its flight to Washington attracted National attention. On the strength of the flight he was awarded the first air mail contract in 1920 for three air mail routes. Lawson then came up with a double decked Airliner to carry Vattai # i i custom re upholstery special any sofa or 2 chairs in your Choice of 5 decorator prints $88 for a limited time Only while yardage lasts. Beautiful prints far below their real value. 5 year written workmanship guarantee to Day delivery convenient terms if requested. Free shop at Home service Well bring fabrics to your Home at your convenience Day or night. _ Call custom upholsterers 632-7577 antique tufting skirt Recliner sectional slightly higher Fife journal times want ads bring results 34 passengers. The Craft had three 420 horsepower motors a Wing Span of 124 feet and a 68-foot Cabin with berths and Shower Baths. It was built at a factory in South Milwaukee in 1920 and 1921. On May 8, 1921, the plane took off from the former Lawson Field at South Milwaukee. It Rose slowly and a House loomed perhaps a Hundred Yards ahead. The plane changed its course in an Effort to go Between an Elm tree and a Telephone pole. It brushed the tree and hit the pole. The Pilot Clarence h. Wilcox pancakes the plane to a Landing. There were no injuries but the plane was a wreck. Lawson stepped from the Craft ordered Coffee and doughnuts and talked of rebuilding. His company however crashed with the plane and Lawson left Milwaukee. Lawson a last visit there was in 1937, when he spoke to an auditorium audience in behalf of his direct credits society a Branch of Lawson my a a plan to change the monetary system and make Uncle Sam support almost everybody except the financiers. In that speech Lawson brought up the plane crash a i built the first Airliner. The Bankers fell Down on the Job. If they had done their part Milwaukee would be a City of one million Lawson spent much of his life promoting Lawson my and his organization had Headquarters in Detroit. In 1943, he acquired the buildings and grounds of a defunct University in Des Moines and set up shop As Des Moines University of Lawson my. The operations of Lawson a Des Moines Campus still remain much a mystery to residents of that Iowa City. They were also a mystery to the Federal government which had a confrontation with Lawson in 1952 Over disposition of War surplus machine tools Lawson had purchased for use at his University. Lawson was called before the Senate Small business committee which wanted to know Why his University claiming to be a tax exempt institution had paid $4,480 for 62 surplus machine tools a for educational purposes in 1947, and resold them for $120,000. Under querying by a Battery of senators Lawson then 82, became exasperated finally telling Michigan a Blair Moody 50 a god boy if you want me to Tell you All these things you will wreck my mind. In a thinking great philosophical thoughts for the Benefit of though there is no Way of telling How Many devotees Lawson my May have once had a Merle Hayden Calls them students a the number probably reached a Peak during the depression or shortly after. Hayden said that during world War ii Many students went into the service or got jobs in either Case Drifting away from the movement which lost its earlier impetus with the Advent of Prosperity. Hayden said he has been a student of Lawson my since 1939. He said that Over the years newspapers have Seldom if Ever printed the facts about Lawson my not because the reporters done to want to but because the newspapers Are controlled by financiers who done to want the truth known. Born in London England in 1869, Lawson died nov. 29, 1954 at the White Plaza hotel in san Antonio Texas. The body was cremated at Mission burial Park in san Antonio and the ashes turned Over to a group of men who had made arrangements for the cremation. The group included Merle Hayden. Our regular $119 Fine decorator prints open monday night to 9 monday hours 9 30 . 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