The Journal Times from Racine, Wisconsin on September 30, 1955 · 7
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The Journal Times from Racine, Wisconsin · 7

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I- 1 Rob Woman; Burglars Active , (Continued From Page 1) the messiest" in the annals of the sheriff's department. The 12:30 a. m. holdup took place next to a filling station which only last Sunday had been held up for $42. Mrs. Staver was alone when the two. men entered and or dered two hamburgers.! While preparing them, she turned and saw one of the bandits holding a gun on her. "This is it, sister," he said taking a wedding ring and dia mond ring valued at $250, along with a $60 wrist watch and a camera of undetermined valuer" Hr also took $ tZtl rom her' purse while his partner grabbed $18.50 from the till. Mrs. Staver told investigators that the pair drove off in "rlack convertible toward Franksville on the Kraut Rd. Both were about 5 feet 7 inches tall, wore brown leather gloves, blue jeans and red plaid shirts She said one bandit had blond curly hair but she was unable to give details regarding the second holdup man. Cause $500 Damage. Edward Flynn found his serv ice station at 4940 Washington Ave. a shambles when he opened up this morning. Vandalism may run more than $500. Taken was $15 from a desk drawer. A cigaret machine was smashed but its money box was untouched. An undetermined amount of cigarets were taken from the machine. A 1955 model auto, owned by Brinks Co., Inc., of Milwaukee, and parked nearby for servicing, had all windows and tail lights smashed. The office was chaos. Various articles had been smashed on the floor and a small fire har been started, apparently with records. Owner Bewildered. Wpi ' -' l.i i i ll.., ,-' & i-o I - ' " ; -,. ' - : . . - '' K""',. ::' i J . ! ' S' ' DREAMS VANISH, SO DOES $42,000 Truck driver JfcadJialntiiie.rf you do about it" gesture from cab of his truck as he tells of finding a purse containing $42,800 on a highway. An unidentified woman came along and claimed the purse, correctly describing the contents and listing an accurate amount of the money. (AP Wirephoto!) Racine Yellow Cab Folds Because of Financial Losses (Continued From Page I) weren't for the committments the company had in taking physically handicapped youngsters to school. Today ends a school week." School officials this morn ing said they were making ef forts to find other means of transportation for the 50 school j children who each day depend upon the cab company to get to school. Forty-five of the children are taken to Stephen Bull orthopedic school and five are transported to the deaf school in the Janes School building. Thomas A. Linton, aHjector of business services for the public schools, said eight of the children are so severely crippled that they must be carried to and from the cab. bought by Ritter in March 1944 from WileyJTarr, who had purchased the company fron the Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee Railway in 1928. A second cab the Red Top Cab Co., was franchised by the city in April 1946, but less than a year later the company was absorbed by the Ritter hold- 1 ) Red Broadcasts Rip Ike Plan WASHINGTON WV-Mos cow radio' broadcasts provided new evidence the Soviet Union has in fact rejected President Eisenhower s proposal for an exchange of aerial inspection and military blueprints in ad vance of an agreement on a complete, global disarmament program. While avoiding criticism of Eisenhower, Moscow broad' casts recorded here are begin' ning to attack it as an "inspec tion - without arms reduction plan." One broadcast contended it would tend instead to speed up arms ' output if one nation found itself lagging behind the other. Soviet Premier Nikolai Bul- ganin sent the President a long personal letter last week in which he raised many objections to the plan. He did not! object to the principle, but argued that the steps Eisenhower proposed should be taken as parts of a fully developed arms reduction system. Some qualified officials pri vately considered Bulganin's reply "a polite rejection." Others publicly took the line that it kept the door open for further negotiations. Call Expert to Identify Bodies in Sunken B24 OUT OUR WAY ly J. K- Williams 7Mfe 6UYS ft SPECIALISTS INOTONaNTEM KtH to UKE WE US P TD-TUKM OUT EVERV PfcRT OF EVENABkj LOCOMOTIVE. ' THEN PUT IT ALL "TOGETHER AW KUW IT TOO VEH, BUT THfcSE 6yy I ORK THREE TIMES CLOSER THAN WE DiCV WB USEP TO think that a THOUSANDTH OP A INCH WASCLO&C- AH THAT '5 A PELe&ATON OP OLDRETlREt? J ALUMNI OP TM' MACHINISTS, TRADE" 1 ANC TMEY' THVWK TH" uv is a jopA y aoroi-NOkieop N (M EVER WENT PA5T TM FIFTH GRADE AM' A MUZZLE LOADER HERD 15 A 600D A A MA" CHINE MJN HERO ANV 85 ings. The forerunner of the taxi-cab service in Racine was a Last year the school system paid $9,400 to the cab com pany for its transportation service. Received a Franchise The under company is a five year FRESNO, Calif. W An identification expert has joined the week-old operation at Unnf Inrrtrtn T oIta In fV hioh livery stable operated by the Sierra 67 miles northeast of Brotherson family about the Fresno where army experts are turn of the century. Horse trying to bring to the surface drawn jitneys were operated a B24 bomber in which six by the Brothersons between; men died Dec. 6. 1943. the city's two railway stations and the Wagner House. Early in the 1900's Brother-son purchased two of the first Case automobiles and converted the touring bodies into baggage transfer bodies. In 1910 the transfer business was bought by Henry Nelson. Deputies said the burglar or burglars may have been cut badly because blood was found on the office floor and a window of the car. Entry was made by breaking glass in the front door. New tires kept on an over- nanging racK were puuea aown concern applied for the and possibly several were francnise shortly after. it taken, .deputies added. bought out short-term com- Flynn jsaid he was be- petitorSi Red Top and Veterans wnuereu oy uie viciousness ut rh mmnanies which becan The expert, William A. An-netti, of Washington, D. C, will attempt to identify the four bodies so far recovered and the two still sought in the submerged forward section of the plane. Sixth Army in San Francisco said the victims included Brotherson beean operation i Frankiyn G. Nyswonger, Green of the first Yellow Taxi CahiBay, Wis., and Set. Donald operating franchise from the city. The franchise will expire on Jan. 1, 1957. Co. in Racine five or six years before the start of World War I when he sold the business that was later purchased by the North Shore. the vandalism, "I tion't have any theories because I know of no one who hasgcydge against me," he commented?" companies, operations after World War II. VandePlasch, Wauwatosa, Wis. Italy Seeks Allies' Aid In Gaining U.N. Seat ROME OB Italy, pledging anew its solidarity with the West, sought the aid of its Western allies in gaining admission to the United Nations. Foreign Minister Gaetano Whether the City Council will see fit to grant a franchise for the operation -of individual rahs had not been discussed as Martino said his eovernment In the, second burglary, $800! yei was counting on its friends to or more was taken in jewelry LaFrance suggested the pos-'support Italy's bid for a U.N. ana casn rrom me :anos nome. siDiijty that some of the; seat and would consider it an -The- Sartor were-eone- f or- drivers! might seek permission about two hours last night and .to operate their own autos as upon returning found that theircabs, at least until some other home had been " entered by , arrangement is made. How-means of jimmying a window) ever, cabs cannot operate with-lock, put City Council authority Taken we7e a wallet contain-which re(luirM equate in-ioa Sinn . iar mntainino 25 surance coverage for the pas- silver dollars, two ladies' wrist-isenSers and other contro1 over watches; one diamond ring, one i operations. wedding ring, and a jewelry Passengers seeking public case containing necklaces. I transportation will be stranded brooches and earrings. A canlaiter 12:50 a. m., the last bus of tobacco also was taken. j service northbound out of the downtown area. Four late trains arrive in Racine after the last bus service at the rail- "unfriendly act" if any nation were admitted ahead of Italy: Dial 3-7731 For Correct Time DAY or NIGHT SERVICE sum FIRST NATIONAL li MIMBXE f .D 1.0. Sure to Star on the Casual Scene New South Wales is the oldest-settled and wealthiest of the six Australian states. It has a population of 3.500,000 per-SQnfe ;h ahVt hena t i o na lt o t al . road stations. The Yellow Cab Co. was DUniK'S Best Buy Your Choice of Over 30 Brands $m BLENDS STRAIGHTS GINS CORDIALS BRANDIES LIQUEURS MARTINI & MANHATTAN MIXES fifths l-Yr-Old Bottled "398 in Bond 3 51 Straight Whiskey BLEND $3 90 Proof Fifth P0T0SI EXPORT BEER . . . BERLIN Special! At' A -oi. Export )A Beer ... '2" riu DdMH Btll. Am New Low Price! Troohv Beer 24 bh. 2 r m . ru BEER COLD BEER T 6' 69c AT ALL TIMES 1 DIAL 2-741 1-YE DELIVER ounKV&sssssi CORNER STATE fir FOREST STORE "TH E RANCHWAGON" Surgipg' into high favor for smart, informal attire . .. . The anchwaoon" Suburban Coat. It's imported from occupied Germany. 100 Egyptian gabardine, color fast, water repellent and shrink resisting. Fully plaid lined with leather toggle buttons. See it today! - $29w J.AC.0I Open Friday rtning Until 9.-00 PM' SON Mf N'S STORE 101S SixNenth St. W: THE TRAITOR KACINI JOUINA1. . TTMH, Wdir, ipi H, 1(81 Asks Campbell to Reconsider Decision on Warning System WASHINGTON. flfv Comptroller General Joseph Camp bell considered a request from Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson to. approve plans to set up a privately owned air defense communications network. Wilson, in a letter, disputed an earlier finding by Campbell that Congress had not approved the Air Force project, known as "SAGE." Wilson said Congress had in effect approved the project in voting money for its equipment earlier this year. He asked an early reconsideration by Campbell in the interest of national defense. Wilson told newsmen he will con fer, with Campbell next week on the matter. "SAGE" etandi for teml- automatlc ground environment. It Involves a series of electronic computers linked with U. S. -Canadian radar outposts and automatically warns of enemy attack. 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