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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 28, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin Racine sunday bulletin sunday March 28, 1971 a journal times photo by Arthur p. Haas by someone conducting a smear Alderman William Wittke 5th, examined a aged paint smeared Campaign sign on North main Campaign. ?"one of several he claims have been dam Racine Alderman Wittke claims smear tactics Are being used by Chris Boultinghouse journal time staff smear tactics have Long been a part of the american political scene at least figuratively but Veteran Racine Alderman William Wittke says someone is running a smear Campaign against him a literally. Wittke seeking re election in the fifth Ward on april 8, claims several of his Campaign posters As Well As windows of his House and garage have been smeared with paint. He also said some of his neighbors have received unsigned Nasty letters. Meanwhile Ben Mascaretti Wittker to opponent in the Spring election said he wants no part of a smear Campaign and has offered a Hoo Reward for anyone offering information leading to arrest and conviction of persons responsible for such tactics. Wittke said he has contacted police asking them to investigate vandalism to several of news Brief Shamrock ettes to entertain vets thirty members of the Shamrock ettes senior corps will be at Woods veterans Hospital wednesday night to give the patients a show Complete with flags Batons and a Small band. Mrs. Ken Reinhard 3417 Kinzie ave., director of the group said the program will be a 45 minute variety show. Included will be a Baton exhibition and some dance numbers with one and two Batons. The girls in the senior corps Range in age from 7-13. The program is being sponsored by the am vets Post 120, Racine. Appointed to advisory group or. Earl Spangler academic Dean at Carthage College has been appointed to an advisory group to higher education in the regional office of the department of health education and welfare hew in Chicago. The advisory group will work with or. Peter Mousolite director of higher education in the hew to regional office. The regional office in Chicago encompasses Illinois Indiana Ohio Michigan Minnesota and Wisconsin. A the function of the group is to act in an advisory study and recommend tory capacity to or. Mousolite. One of the primary areas of concern will be to explore ways and Means whereby hew can help private colleges not Only with Finan Cial assistance but in programs studies consultations cooperative ventures and articulation with Public institutions. Births As reported by St. Luke to Hospital or. And mrs. Donald Mccord 716 Yout St., a daughter mar. 27. Or. And mrs. Mitchell Kleczka 1617 Taylor ave., a son mar. 27. Or. And mrs. Delmar Bur Man 1444 Summit ave., a son mar. 27. Do it once g gravely gravely to exclusive rotary plow attachment gives you a perfect seedbed in just one operation. No raking dishing a or harrowing. Plows up to 7&Quot deep 8&Quot wide. Come in for demonstration. Gravely 7.6 he super convertible tractor with Rotey plow attachment Frank j. Gast amp sons 9111 Hwy. 38 Caledonia wis. 414-835-4515 his Campaign sign one in the 2000 Block of n. Main St. Smeared with red paint one spattered with red paint at St. Clair and Goold its. One on English St. Knocked Down and another on St. Clair St. Painted. He said red paint was also smeared across a picture window of his House in order to obscure the name on one of his posters. In addition two windows of the Wittke garage were smeared with red paint. Letters received by residents in Wittker to Ward have called him a of sneak and a rat and other things a he said. Wittke called this the worst thing he has experienced in All of his campaigns for Alderman. He to been in office for 28 years. Mascaretti said a oif anyone thinks they Are helping me they Are wrong. They Are Only hurting me. I done to want any part of a smear ?� burglars return to scene lutheran High school was burglarized for the second time in a week Friday night with about $340 reported stolen from the cafeteria and Bookstore of the school according to police. About $450 was reported stolen in the first burglary. Fire extinguishers were reported stolen from two apartment buildings. Three extinguishers were reported stolen from each of the two buildings at 3568 Douglas ave., and 4015 Erie St. George w. Evans of 2023 St. Clair St., reported the theft of an outboard motor Worth $135 from his garage. And a Rural Union Grove Man Russell g. Vyvyan reported the theft of about $150 in change from his Home. Biggest in East. Georgia is the largest state East of the Mississippi River. Open sundays let Block solve the mystery of this year s income the yearly tax changes hold no mystery for our tax detectives. 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Amcy to largest passenger car the ambassador will be used by ses in conducting the design and feasibility study which will be carried out under a $570,000 contract awarded by the air pollution control office of the Federal Agency. The contract involves tech Farmer debts soaring Shawano apr the average Farmers to debt is twice As big As it was a decade ago and it May double again in the next decade the president of the Federal land Bank of St. Paul minn., said saturday. Hans t. Hagen addressing a Midwest breeders cooperative convention said Farmers borrowed $345 billion since 1960, More than was borrowed for the previous four decades. The estimated farm indebtedness for 1970 was $58 billion and a Osome experts say this figure could Rise to $100 billion by 1980, he said. The cooperative which deals in cattle Breeding reported 35,298 members in Wisconsin Minnesota Michigan Nebraska and Iowa. President Leonard Peck of Chippewa Falls said the Dairy cattle Industry is about As big As the Market can afford and that beef cattle is the portion of the Industry More Likely to expand. Burlington births a son March 26, to or. And mrs. Paul Weber 207 Center St., Rochester. A son March 26, to or. And mrs. Dale Roanhouse . Box 122, Rochester. Nical and economic analysis of several automotive engine configurations with associated burners boilers and control systems. Ses also is responsible for preparation of final design recommendations for a Standard five passenger steam powered Auto. Amcy to engineering staff has offered assistance to ses researcher in areas of vehicle performance engineering analysis and the adaptation of steam Power to automotive use. Board to View modular classes the unified school Board of education will meet As a committee of the whole monday at 6 30 . At Horlick High school where it will tour the school and observe a staff presentation of the flexible modular scheduling program. Superintendent c. Richard Nelson said the monday presentation will be primarily for the Board while a later meeting will be held for parents and the general Public. Hawaii annexed Hawaii voluntarily annexed itself to the . In 1898. 200 voices sing out in Praise a candidate Speaks Horvathy Caledonia a mistakes in zoning and subdivision control can be costly to individual property owners As Well As to Caledonia taxpayers generally a said Steven Horvath candidate for Caledonia town chairman. A one of the first jobs of the new town Board will be to take a Long hard look at some of the decisions made in remapping the town last year a Horvath said at the Home of John Gosbee 4726 n. Green Bay Road. A othe new county zoning ordinance adopted by the town increased the number of zoning districts from 8 to 25. This allows a lot More flexibility but increases the Chance for error. I Hope the new Board will have supervisors who have the knowledge and experience to Deal with this great number of districts a and who can relate these districts to an Overall plan for the town Journo times photo by Chuck d Acquisto a a of children to choir festival resounded throughout Christ methodist Church saturday afternoon As an estimated 2 it children in grades four through six raised their voices in concert. This was the 1971 Southeast District Junior choir festival of the United methodist Church and choir members attended from Janesville fort Atkinson Beloit Lake Geneva Whitewater Elkhorn Franksville Racine and Kenosha. Instrumentalists above from left Are Lynn and Roberl Willeson of Elgin 111., Cheryl Troeger and Joan Geyer of Racine. Guest director for the Public concert was Charlo Byers Bohl music director at first congregational Church Elgin. Shop sunday 12 to 6 Quot dress up your savings account with. 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