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January 14, 1962

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 35

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Jan. 14, 1962 Sec. 3, Page 7 Kay Schafer of the McGill Bearing Co., Valparaiso, Ind., will address the Racine Assn. of Industrial Purchasing Agents at a meeting Monday evening, Jan. 22. His topic: "forecasting Business Trends." A question and answer period covering pur- cliasing problems will be held during the program. Joel A. Bloomquist, legal manager at the Milwaukee branch of Employers Mutuals of Wausau, will speak on "Safety or the Legal Consequences" Tuesday evening, Jan. 23, at a meeting of the Racine Industrial Safety Council. Bloomquist is on the faculty of the Marquette University School of Medicine, where he lectures on medico­ legal problems. Sam E. Ogle of Madison, executive director of the Wisconsin Retail Merchants Assn., will address a dinner meeting of the Downtown Assn. of Racine Tuesday at radio station WRJN. He will talk on 'The Future of Downtown." Six board members will be elected at the meeting. Arnold Goodman, 3100 Chatham St., will show slide photographs of Russia at a meeting of Nurses in Racine Industry Thursday evening, Jan. 25. The pictures were taken by Goodman during a seven-week tour of Russia in 1959. Allen T. Hajrward was elected president of the Twin Disc Clutch Co. 20 Year Club at its dinner meeting at Racine Country Club. Thirty- seven persons were inducted into the club, the second largest group admitted since the organization was founded 18 years ago. Other new officers are Wilton Gibson, vice president; Dorothy Rossa, secretary; and Michael DeCheck, treasurer. Leigh Lucarell, 1014 Layard Ave., has joined the staff of the State Farm Insurance Co. claims office in Racine as a field claim representative trainee. Lucareli is a 1953 graduate of William Horlick High School and received a bachelor's degree in economics last year from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Risk Drivers in Insurance Pool Face Possible Rise in Premiums By Dave Pfankuchen Journal-Times Staff About 5 per cent of Racine County motorists, the portion insured through the Wisconsin Automobile Assigned Risk Plan (WAARP), are facing a possible hike in premium rates. WAARP is a state-supervised organization with offices at Milwaukee. Motorists who have trouble getting insurance on the open market may apply for coverage through WAARP, which first determines eligibility, then assigns the driver to one of the state's standard insurance firms. Each firm thus receives a proportionate share of the assigned risks. The governing committee of WAARP, which has expressed increasing concern over underwriting losses sustained in the program, is expected to meet soon—possibly within a week—to discuss an increase. Pool is Losing Money A study covering the years 1955 through 1959, the latest for which figures are available, shows that Wisconsin assigned risk motorists cost $117.40 in losses and other expenses for bodily injuries and property damage for every $100 in premiums. Another Convenienf Service at- American Bank You hove your dividend checks tent directly to American Bonk and Trust Company, for deposit in your Savings Account, Each timo a dividend is deposited directly to your account, a credit notice is sent you immediately, advising you of the amount ond the of the issuing company. Enjoy the Many Advantages of "DIRECT-DEPOSIT-OF-DIVIDENDS AT NO COST TO YOU! • Saves you time and trouble — and postage. • We supply complete information — at once — about each dividend deposited. • You're relieved of worry while you're away. • The information we furnish is helpful in computing your income tax. • Your money starts earning interest sooner. • There's for less chance for your dividend checks to get mislaid, stolen, or destroyed. Come In or Phone Us Abouf This Service -We will provide you with as many dividend order forms as you need. -And we'll open a savings account for you—if you do not already hove one with us. A MERICAN B ANK an J ^fudt C^ompan 2 CONVENIENT Locotions DOWNTOWN UPTOWN Mpin at Fifth Washington at Ann The assigned risk losses are n effect subsidized through the premiums paid by non- risk plan motorists. The five-member WAARP governing committee is comprised of working insurance men. The organization is responsible to the state insurance commission, which would have to pass on any request for a rate hike. Rates for drivers insured through WAARP are naturally higher than for non-risk motorists covered through normal channels. Now 10% Higher Premiums paid by assigned risk drivers vary according to individual circumstances, but are basically 10 per cent higher than a standard national rate for regular auto coverage. The standard rate is established by the National Bureau of Casualty Underwriters. "With the steadily mounting loss ratio," says George Haydon, WAARP secretary, "the question is how much longer we can live with the 10 per cent." Haydon said that although the standard national rate was revised upward in 1959, the 10 per cent "overcharge," as it is called, has been in effect since 1957. In applying for assigned risk insurance, a driver must certify that within 60 days prior to the application date he was turned down on one request for coverage directly through a standard company. Meeting that requirement, he can, of course, still be ineligible for assigned risk coverage—if he has too bad a record of driving or other lawbreaking, as determined by WAARP regulations. Applications for WAARP participation are normally sent by local agents on behalf of clients for whom they have turned down standard coverage. Reasons for such turn! downs are many and vary ifrom firm to firm. One Racine agent said that most persons he refers for WAARP coverage are single men under age 25 whose parents have no auto insurance with his company. Older Drivers Affected Another agent described a married man, 24, who would otherwise have been eligible for standard coverage but was referred to WAARP "because he had a few accidents on and a license revocation his record." Another said that very few standard companies will insure "older people." He said most companies will cut off coverage, or refuse a person initial coverage, if he is 65 or 70, the cutoff age depending on the company. These persons can be referred to WAARP. Another Racine agent said that extreme youth in itself does not mean automatic WAARP referral if the driver's parents have auto coverage with a company the agent represents. Haydon said there are currently from 25,000 to 30.000 assigned risk motorists in Wisconsin, about 5 per cent of the total of insured drivers in the state. A check with a dozen Racine agents indicated that the same percentage holds true in Racine County. Safety Session Will Draw 14 from Racine Hulbert Plans Franchise Shift in Auto Field delegates Fourteen Racine are scheduled to attend the Wisconsin Council of Safety's 30th midwinter safety conference and exposition in Milwaukee Thursday and Friday. They are: Andrew Soetenga, Miss Aileen Kelly and Fred Rogahn, all of Western Printing & Lithographing Co.; Joseph Teska of Employers Mutuals; Al Speckman of the Nathan Hulbert, an auto dealer in Racine at the same location for 37 years, revealed today he is relinquishing the Plymouth-Valiant franchise he operates at 1014 S. Lafayette Ave., effective Feb. 5. Hulbert said another franchise, with which he will be associated, will be located in the present Hulbert Bros. Motor Co. facilities. He said full details will be announced later. Started in 1925 Hulbert and his brother, the late Alter (Art) Hulbert, started in the auto business here in March, 1925, stocking what was then an empty lot with 20 used cars purchased from another Racine auto dealer. Hulbert Bros, remained exclusively a used car enterprise until about 1930, when the Plymouth-DeSoto franchise was obtained. When the Chrysler Corp. discontinued DeSoto last year, Chrysler's Valiant compact, which the Hulberts had been selling, replaced DeSoto in the franchise name. In 1929, the Hulbert Bros. from|erected the first building on their Lafayette Ave. property. Until last year, part of it was used by a truck dealer. Twelve years ago, the Hulberts built their present shov/- room-service building, north of the older structure. Came from Russia Alter Hulbert came to Racine from his native Russia in 1905, Nathan following the next year. Both were teen- OARDS OP THANKS ATTERBERY— We wish to express our nppre- clatlon {or the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy and condolence extended by our friends and neighbors during the recent Illness and death of our beloved son. — Mr. and Mrs. James Bland and Family. FUNERAL DIRECTORS SPEGIAL NOTICES INCOME TAX Bookkeeping Service O. Brot Phillip ^ _. Broullletts Wlfilam K. KIrt Accountants TWO OFFICES TO SERVE YOU Hdurs: 8 KM. to 9 P.M. . i Main Office; Branch Office 1911 Washlneton 1133 Romayne ME 3-6864 ME 3-3137 DAHL FUNERAL HOME Henry KasuboskI, Funeral Director Professional and Dignified Service 1435 Douglas Ave. MElrose J-1533 MONUMENTS & CEMETERY LOTS S LOST — PUPPY, BLACK WITH WHITE paws, small Cocker, vicinity Roosevelt School. BOl Lombard. IXDSt—OERMAN SHORT HAIR. SLACg with gray marking. Reward. Call MEl­ rose f-8883. MAYER'S MEMORIAL WORKS Skilled craftsmen who have devoted their lives to building Finer Monuments, 3819 Douglas Ave, ME 4-5811. FLORISTS 6 LEE'S FLOWERS Accredited by^Chamber of Commerce 1653 N. Mftin Dial MElrose 4 -3353 Douglas Flower Shop FLOWERS OP QUALITY 1678 Douglas Ave. MElro,se 3-4881 I SPECIAL NOTICES How You Con Watch TV Without Interruption A.'ik wlfpy to dnsh up lo the SUNSHINE BAR AND GRILL, corner nth and Taylor Ave,, lo pick up two orders of tasty fried '-a chicken dinners lor only $1.25 each. Pick up your phone and dial ME 7-125B. Hop into your car and come on over. Vour take- home order will be ready lo (to when you arrive. Please call now. INCOME TAX state ti Federal Ta.s Returns Prepnred Prompt—Reliable—Ren.ionnble Rales Accounting For Any Type Business I. GREX 1 X(JER 1612 N, Main St. _ (9 lo 9i MF 4-0087 Thomas Restaurant THE PLACE TO EAT CORNER STATE & MARQUETTE OPEN 6 AM. TO 7 P M. LOST AND FOUND 8f AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 9 '60 BUICK Electro 4-door 15,000 actual local one owner miles, full power, i)f cour.se, and il'.s like brand new. W'e have the service record un this jewel. I'rcvifius owner's name gladly given. On dis- ]ilay inside uur buildinj^ where il is warm. See Jimmy ".Mexander" Smith or Larry ".Ml Around" Holmes. There's only one like this. RV'S BUICK Your Authorized Buick Dealer 830 S. Marquette "We Buy Coffee Anytime" Chairs, Card and Banquet Tables For Rent— MERCHANTS DELIVERY ME 2-5103 MIDDLE AGED WOMAN WANTS traveling companion -•• one way. ioil957 CHEVROLET Florida. 10 share driving '69 Lark and car expen.se. Leaving March 17 Refer- ence.s. _Wrlte St-W. JournaI•Tlme^ 80ME0NESICK? CALL US FOR Hospital bcd.i, commodes, vaporizers, wherl choirs, crutches, massage belts. United Rentnll.-i. 1466 Dougla.s. 2-6493. JANUARY PERMANENT' WAVE VALUE — $12.50 wave for $9 1)5, complete. Phone MElrose 4-3765, Tom Shelley. Hair Stylist, MEN'S FORMAL WEAR RENTAL — LOW RATE. PUNTILLO THE TAILOR, 310 SIXTH ST. ME 3-2084. ... — --."-lagers. Until they entered the Mamco Corp.; Robert Eifleri ^ , lauto business, they worked at Racine factory jobs and were associated together in several other business enterprises. Alter was president of the motor firm until his death last and Miss Theresa Lund, both of Belle City Malleable Iron Co.; Henry O. Larson of the Manufacturers Assn. of Racine; Robert .Savin of Savin. ^, , Optical Co,; Charles Hartwig|October when Nathari sue of Jacobsen Mfg. Co,; Peter N. Falconer, Gilbert Brach Jr, and Frank S. Christiansen, all of Twin Disc Clutch Co,; and Harold Schink of the Racine'president; County Safety Council. More than 1,000 persons are expected to attend the conference, which will feature speeches, workshops, seminars and exhibits covering ail Kl^ 'AHn' phases of safety. |N0 Help tO 400 ceeded him. Nathan had been secretary-treasurer. Other officers presently include Mrs. Alter Hulbert, vice Nathan's son, David, treasurer; and Alter's daughter, Phyllis, secretary. Declares Ads Me/nfcer Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation—Federal Reserve System Yes, Godske Makes AWNINGS And Door Canopies of Every Description At Manufacturer's LOW, LOW PRICE With Safisfaction Guaranteed ROCHESTER, Minn.— (/PI— A railroad official said not even advertising would help business on the faltering "400" trains the Chicago and North Western wants to abandon. Larry S. Provo, vice presi- !dent of the C&NW, told an i Interstate Commerce Commission hearing financial losses from the passenger trains are so great that nothing can be done to continue service. 1958 CHEVROLET — 2 DOOR IMPALA Hardtop. Fully equipped. Excellent condition $1,200. MElrose 7-.i4l3, _ WE WILL BUY ANY JUNK CARS that you have. Free estimates. No obligation. MElro5eJi-5236 STATION WAGOi^' — i956 RAMBLER, 46.000 actual miles. Call MElrose 2-96J;^l aner_6_pjli. 1958 CHEVROLET IMPALA CONVERT^ Ible — $1350. Good condition. leiS'i Hamilton Street _ — PONTIAC" TRI- powered engine, good condition. Call MElrose 4-0015. 19li7 HARDTOP STATION WAGON Rulck. A-1 fioni original owner. MEl- roJie_3-2286. 1956 FoRD — TUDOR C'USTOMT .'landttrd .shift, radio and heater. MEl­ rose 3-9807 1957 FORD F ATR L.ANE HARDT0P"~0NE owner. Low mileage, $695. Call MEl- rcse 3-5804. _ 1955 PONTIAC — FOUR DOOR, OOOD condition, must sell, $325, MElrose 7-5488 _ 1954 PLYMOUTH -- RADIO, HEATER and good tires. Dial MElrose 3-1480. NEW PRODUCT — A new, three-filter portable electrostatic air purifier, above, has been introduced by the Master Appliance Corp,, 1745 Flett Ave. The purifier, called the VIM, has mechanical, electrostatic and charcoal filters which combine to remove smoke and odor, dust, pollen and bacteria from the air. Master Appliance said. BEAT THE SALES TAXI '61 T-BIRD HARDTOP • Full Power • All While • Local. One Owner Car, I.Ike New $AVE $ $ $ CITY AUTO SALES 1400 Rapids Dr. ME 2-01 1 1 Ask OK to Increase Madison Bus Fares MADISON— (/PI— The Madison Bus Co. filed an application with the Wisconsin Public Service Commission to increase adult fare. The utility wants to increase the present adult fare of 15 cents to 20 cents or three tokens for 50 cents. A hearing will be held on the application Jan. 26. GET MORE... PAY LESS FOR CAR FINANCING Before Closing Any Deal for Financing Get FIRST NATION. AL Figures for Comparison. First National Bank and Trust Company Member F.D.I.C. Alumaroll Roll-Up WORLD'S FINEST Aluminum Awnings • Nothing to Store • • Nothing to Change • • Simple to Operate • Custom-Made Leave Up All Year Choice of Colors We Service What We Sell—Satisfaction Guaranteed Estimates Cheerfully Given Without Obligation Personal Attention Given to All Details Prompt Service - Easy Payments BEFORE YOU BUY SEE .. . . GODSKE, RACINE-1236 13th St.-Dial ME 7-1244 KENOSHA-711 57th St.-Dial OL 7-5716 BURLINGTON-Call (No Toll) KE 7-2424 Or Call Racine ME 7-1244 Collect Awnings of Distinction ESTABLISHED IN 1899 Open Men. thru Fri. 7:30-5, Sat. 7:30-12 It In the January issue of THE GRIFFIN SPEAKS, our research department analyzes three indu.strie.s —druR.s, natural gas distributors, and teaching machines. Despite some probable problems in our economy — our Janufiry report advances reasons why drugs and natural gas distributors are expected to maintain, their historical growth rates, and •why the relatively new teaching machine field promises an interesting long-range growth potential. For your complimentary copy, simply call, drop in or mail the coupon below. The Milwaukee Company INVESTMENT SECURITIES RACINE: 310 FIFTH STREET MElrose 3-8233 6fd liW ^^Y'cmK'^i^ocrK" ^mmw^^ l" Please send"me your report on drugs, natural gas distributors ] I and teaching machines. j ! NAME ! We Have the CAR to Suit You! '57 BUICK 4-door Hardtop, 1 owner. '60 FALCON 4-door, low mileoge, I ov.ncr. '55 T-BIRD. A Real Sharp Block. '56 MERCURY 2-door, I owner. '59 CHEVROLET 4 -door Wagon, 1 owner. '59 LINCOLN 4 -door, one owner. '58 MERCURY 4 -door Pork Lone, 1 owner. '57 MERCURY 9 Passenger Wogon, 1 owner. '55 LINCOLN 4 -door, real nice, 1 owner. '55 LINCOLN 2-door Hardtop, jet black, i owner. The Prices Will Make You Smile! t STREET. I CITY. L ... '57 DODGE 4-Door One Owner ? 7 7 7 Many Cheapies! No Money Down With Good Credit Risk Buy Now — Sove $ $ $ GARBO MOTOR SALES (Factory Authorhed Uncoln-Mercury-Comet Dealtr) 3077 Douglas Ave. ME 7-1235 or 3- 2724 r-

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