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The Sheboygan Press from Sheboygan, Wisconsin • Page 8

Sheboygan, Wisconsin
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THE SHEBOYGAN PRESS, Monday, Augut 24, llipMII ll II I fill Mil 1 -A I I 'r i i I f- i J. i 1 i- "r- 1 I 4 j- I- I I i l.V 1 1 i I 3 1.7 V.tAH--.r r' i V-' -i --7 -aA LJ jl llXMlllllllH fcl II I II I I 1 I lll-, I Ill III' I I II Tf I I1T I If III! jLt, nail -mrtB WiwiH tti iiidrtitfii 1 MW1 Wilimr -f 1 southwest to northeast, missing the downtown area. (Arnie Foto Service photos) foreground. This photo shows some of the damage in the northeastern section of Port Washington. The storm, which lasted only a few minutes, left a path of destruction from the Webster Avenue is on the upper left part of the photo and Whitefish Road is shown from top to bottom. Norport Drive is on the upper right of panel at right with Randy Circle in PORT WASHINGTON STORM DAMAGE as viewed from the air. The scene at left is the Whitefish Road and Webster Avenue intersection in the northwestern section of the city. Sw I 4wJk Jr3f MiwMfi i-e 'Vy 1 --aKK nrnnn tanf, fr'ZZu Ji 1S.3T.jf I 4 I 1 i- r--- pw I i ae. f. s'- DAMAGE WAS WIDESPREAD IN PORT WASHINGTON Meacham yard and garage at 924 N. Webster St. with power the right. The family fled to the basement when Mr. Ward saw the tornado approaching. (Schuknecht photos) ruined home of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Birkholz, 944 N. Webster is shown in the center panel. The house which was purchased a short time ago, was split by the wind. The ruins of the two-story Frank Ward home, 206 N. Monroe is in the photo at boat still sheltered by the strewn framework. Mr. Maechem took his adversity with remarkable good humor. When asked if it was his garage, he said, "I guess so, at least it was." The residential districts as homes were demolished or rendered uninhabitable by the storm which swooped down on the city late Saturday afternoon. The left photo shows the Keith i rrr City Briefs 1 1 'Mi i 2 time. He was held at the hospital overnight for observation. Sharon Metscher, 2011 Folger reported the theft of her wallet from a shelf in the rear of Grube's Pharmacy at North if Ift'r Gate where she is employed. The theft occurred sometime between 3 and 7 p.m. Sunday and the wallet contained $27 in currency and various identification cards and personal Mrs. I. Thomas, 74, of 15 North Point Drive, suffered an apparent heart attack at her home at 9:30 a.m. Sunday and was conveyed to Memorial Hospital by police. Cindy Jean Brack, 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brack, 527 N. 25th was treated at St. Nicholas Hospital at 7:30 p.m. Sunday for lacerations to her hand suffered when she caught it in the blades of a lawn mower. She was attempting to stop the mower which had rolled down an embankment by forcing a stick into the turning blades. Dennis J. Jeske, one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jeske, 635 Pennsylvania was taken to Memorial Hospital at 6:15 p.m. Sunday when it was feared he swallowed a coin. Attending physiicans could find no obstruction in the throat although the boy was choking and gasping for breath for some Mrs. Albert Souchak, 920 Lo gan reported two windows ft. v- vis. broken by stones at the Quality Furniture 1244 Heermann Ct. The damage, which occurred sometime over the weekend, amounted to $8. Richard Theune. operator of 5 A 1 4 It the Sheboygan Used Car Lot, 5th St. and Pennsylvania reDorted the theft of a not flare valued at $5 sometime over the '7-. K-'t' 'v 1 4 i. weekend. rj4444 Ronald Schunk, 1710 N. 12th reports three gasoline caps stolen from his car over a period of the past two weeks. THE TREMENDOUS CLEAN-UP JOB was tackled quickly at Port Washington with city crews being called out immediately after the storm struck late Saturday afternoon at Port Washington. At left, city crews scoop up parts of fallen trees which had been cut into maneuverable size with chain saws. This scene is along Grand Avenue on the western part of the city where the storm left some of the worst wreckage. Typically of a tornado, the atmospheric haymaker caused heavy damage in a given spot and ignored property a few feet away. At right, workmen feed logs and branches into a machine which shreds them into chips which can be hauled away ia trucks. (Schuknecht photos) 4 1 a I Value of the caps was $1.05. of his house during the weekend. The 1955 sedan had no motor in it. The Post Office Department claims 7,000 mailmen were bit ten by dogs last year. Edward Engeldinger, 1914 S. 15th reports the aerial broken off his car Saturday evening while parked at the Croatian Hall. Damage was estimated at $5. of the man-made showers are controlled by spray nozzles. Motor and blade are installed below ground as a safety measure and tests are run by remote control. Puzzling Question DENVER (UPI) Quentin R. Hunt of Denver told police he could not understand why his car was stolen from in front RAINING BULLETS BRECKSVILLE, Ohio (AP) Man-made raindrops that strike with the muzzle velocity of a pistol bullet are created by scientists here to test special rubber compounds for airplane de-icers and radome covers. Inside a 35-foot tower at The B. F. Goodrich Company Research Center, a sprinkler showers a whirling helicopter blade at a 500-mile-an-hour WE HAVE MOVED TO 1502 UNION AVE. from 1705 Indiana Ave. rate. At this speed, plane and rain collide with shattering orce, strong enough to pit aluminum and stainless steel and scar plastic canopies. Rotation of the blade duplicates rain-erosion hazards met in actual flight, and samples of materials are attached to the blade to test their resistance to the punishment of the rain. Then they are examined to determine erosion damage. Size of the drops and severity Dial 452-4102 Ralph J. Naze (01 Centtr f. O. Box 437 Sh-ebeygan, Wit. Dial 452-2160 Res. 452-4420 Senior Citizens Inquire Now! BASSETT For QUICK and EXPERT The Sheboygan Coin Club will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Citizens Hall, Citizens Bank of Sheboygan. Auction lists are due at this meeting. Members of Wolf-Olson Tost 1230, VFW, will hold their annual corn roast at 7:30 o'clock this evening at Post headquarters, 1138 Union Ave. The Sheboygan Stamp Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Citizens Hall, Citizens Bank of Sheboygan. mixture will be available following the business meeting. Visitors are welcome. 1 wi -ej TW4" BEDROOM SUITES ALL-IN-THE-EAR HEARING AID Send me information with acid indigestion? Itcpair Service ,00 out obligation about your new hospital and surgical plan, guaranteed renew- able for life, for men and women 60 years and over. MAIL THIS COUPON FOR FREE HOME 3-Piece Contemporary with 3-Piece Modern Design, triple dresser, panel bed dull walnut finish, Formica and s1iJQi. tops b00k' J1i.QQii chest. l44aWU case bed lOtaWU 3-Piece Modern with For- You will find the Bedroom mica tops, wide Venetian Suite of your choice at mirror spacious chest, open our store. SL159.95 s149.95.0'359.95 Name Address Town Stop It right away with TUMS antacid tablet. Today's good tasting TUMS art fortified speed toothing, high poteney relief neutralize an excess acid release youTrom the grip of an acid-irritated stomach -completely, gently, on the spot wouldn't you like that? Quickly affective, high potency relief TV and RADIO SERVICE Whero your call is appreciated and PERSONAL Service Assured! Dial 452-4102 Sheboygan Chapter Order of DeMolay will install fall term officers in ceremonies at the Masonic Temple, 411 St. Clair at 8 p.m. Saturday. The public is invited. SIX FOR SIX CINCINNATI (UPI) Ernie (Schnoz) Lombardi of the Cin Rcprtstnting WOODMEN ACCIDENT and LIFE COMPANY I RASKIN HEARING I SERVICE SI ON. Sth St. I Sheboygan, Wli, 3 roll NAME OVER 50 DIFFERENT BEDROOM SUITES OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS Sheboygan Furniture Mart ADDRESS Complete) Display of SYLVANIA TV In COLOR or BLACK and WHITE cinnati Reds collected six hits A Mutual Ugal Rstrv Company Established 1890 LINCOLN, NEBRASKA in six consecutive times at bat Dial 452-5159 812 Michigan Avt. on May 8, 1937.

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