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P' Pride, May 26, 1944 Former City Employe Dies LoJ IPlan Tribute to Heroes of 32nd A. :ohn Anderson. 79, former chief mgineer of the Kenosha city water works, residing at 1925 Fiftyeventh street, died at the Kenha hospital this morning fol- lowi:g a long illness. The deceased was born in Swe- den on July 4, 1864, the son of the ;ate Mr. and Mrs. Andrew John Anderson. He was educated and spent his early life in Sweden corrJrg to America and direct to known brands, reasonably priced. Kenosha in 1882. Get your Decoration Day straw He formerly was employed as I now. Don't forget we have plenty engiseer of the Wisconsin Gas and of hand luggage and trunks on Elec:ric company, later at the N. hand. Crystal's, 5520 6th Ave. R. Allen Sons tannery, and for 26 Adv. (26) years was chief engineer of the Josephine Burtella, 5727 Four- city water works. I teenth avenue, reported to police A charter member of St Paul's I that sometime during the night Lutheran church of Kenosha the someone stole 27 tomato plants deceased was active in churchlfrom her garden. work for many years. I You can make your monthly pay- -- ,. ..... meats on Home Owners' Loan Cor- Acuve boage .e&aer Iporation mortgages for transmittal He wa a member of the board'tthrough this office. Newberry Ab- Of statiolary engineers in Kenosha since th# inception of the organiza- tion hen. He was a charter mem- ber an organizer of the Svea Lodge No. 210 Va=a Order of AmericL He was likewise a mem- ber of the National Association of Power Enlineers. the Loyal Order of Moose, ".enosha Lodge No. 286, the Moden Woodmen of America, Kenosha lodge of Masons No. 47 ii No. 33R. & S. M. He served as alderrmn in the Fourth Ward for a ter of four years. In 1887 he was united in marri- age to ][iss Hilma Carlson who Frank G. Novelen, French Drive, was arrested by police for speeding on Roosevelt road Thursday night. He was told to appear in court Monday afternoon. Complete repairs, parts for Elee- trolux vacuum cleaners. Ph. 8519 Vacuum Cleaner Supply Service, Roosevelt Theater Bldg.. Frank: Marescalco. Service.--Adv. (27), Seed Potatoes, Cobblers and Ko- tahdins, $2.75 per 100. 49c a peck, Bobnsch Bros., 824 47th Street.- Adv. (26) Extra special, big shipment of straw hats just arrived, nationally stract Co., 5700 7th Ave.--Ad. 26) i Vita-Best. the modern dehydrated dog food. Contains vitamins B, D, E, G. Sold exclusively at Cans- van's Food Shop, 26th Ave. at 75th St.--Adv. (26) Venetian Blinds Prompt deliv- ery. Anderson Furniture & Appli- ance Co., 6621 27th Ave.--Ad. (28) Two 16-year-old Kenosha girls, both of them on probation to the F. & A. ., Kenosha 'Chapter No. police department for previous of- 3. R A. M and the Kenosha Coun. fenses, were brought back from Waukegan on Thursday where they had been arrested for shoplifting died in 1888. On December 28, 1888, he narried Miss Helen Hagen. He is swvived by his widow and five son and a daughter: Charles H. Leotard. Halvor, Albert, George, and Wlter Anderson, and Mrs. Edna F Greshammer, Kenosha. Members of the Kenosha Coun- ty 32nd Division Red Arrow club will meet at the Kenosha County Court House at 9:00 o'clock next Sunny morning, May 28, for their annual Memorial services honoring departed comrades of the famous Red Arrow Division, Capt. Howard J. Albert president of the club announced today. Junker-Ball Post 1865 of the VFW will furnish a firing squad atGreen Ridge cemetery for the ceremonies there which, this year, due to transportation restrictions, will honor all deceased veterans of the division lying in Kennsha county cemeteries. Following these services, the an- nual meeting of the Red Arrow club members will be held at Junker-Ball Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. (Arthur Junker and William Ball, for whom the Post is named, lost ;heir lives in the service of their country in 1918 and were soldiers in the 32nd Division, composed of volunteers from the states of Wisconsin and Michigan. Will Elect Oicers Annual reports of officers and committees will be heard at the meeting. Election of officers for the year 1944-45 will be held. Plans for the organization's next " KENOSHA EVENING NEWS /-" AIJ town and village clerks and : the ,ity clerk of Kersha county met thursday evening in the office - of tie county clerk at the court-  howe for the purpose of becom- .:( lng nformed of their duties in con-  necion with the sending of baiots to voters in the military service under the Wisconsin "sol- die" vote'" law.  ?he meeting, which was called . by County Clerk John C. Nieder- (- pnrn. was unique in that it was : tyro first time in the entire history : -: o: the coury that there has been s gatherinh of the clerks of the lovernmeal units. Niederpim presented at the meeting tose portions of the state law whim places upon the clerks of the mrious units the duty of securing in so far as possible the names o all voters in the military ,- service ind the mailing to them of :: ballots both for the primary elec- ;.:-": tion and for the general election ":' in November. .. . Ask Help of Relatives .: The clerks are asking the help ,, of relatives of pecans in the serv- ice in compiling this list. Shortly they will be exlcted to send in . writing the nan and the latest :: address of any wter in the mili- tary service in tie counW. These should be sent rathe clerk of the " town or village o to the city clerk, : where this sbldbr, sailor or ma- rine would vat under normal procedure. It wa pointed out that those who becone 21 years of age while they are in the military service are entfled to vote even there. Fish fry, chili, sandwiches. Brass Rail Tavern, 6313 14th--Adv. (26) Fish fry, shrimp tonight; fried chicken Saturday at Chris', Roose- velt and 28th Ave.Adv. (26) For delicious fish tonight come early; chicken Saturday. Ed's Hal- ]ywood, Green Bay Rd.--Adv. (28) Fish tonight, chicken Saturday ,ight; steaks and sandwiches daily. Nap's Tavern, 3216 80th.--Ad. (26) A car owned by Ray Paddock, Highway 50, which wa stolen from his driveway" Thursday afternoon, I was recovered several hours later abandoned on Highway 50 east of Highway 41, sheriff's deputies re- ported. Chicken. spaghetti, home-made ravioli anytime. Silhouette Tavern. Green Bay Rd.--Adv. (27) Dance every Saturday night. Old Time Dance Club, Frank Burr's, Highway 50 at overhead. Music by Herby's Sun Dodgers.--Adv. (27) New and used office furniture, adding machines. Brusk Printing & Office Supply.--Adv. (27) Fish tonight: chili, sandwiches. Cameron's. N. 22nd Ave.--Ad. (26) Old-fashioned lager beer, $1.945 per case. Lecker's, 2024 56th St. Adv. ('27) Three stolen bicycles were re- ported to police headquarters Thursday. The owners are Allen Gaulke, 8332 Thirty-ninth avenue; John Pietuch, 3811 Eleventh ave- nue; and Richard Van Caster, 2811 Sixty-third street. Have a cool and comfortable week-end in one of our smart cot- tons, sizes up to 52. Youthful styles and colors; don't miss seeing our loafer jackets with slacks to match. !A "must" for your leisure hours. Silver's, 1217 63rd St.Adv. (28) ---..--._..--.._--------._.......- With Ken0shans year's activities will be discussed. Sound, Navy Yard, Bremerton A report of the present 32nd Divi- sion's activities in World War II Wash. will be presented. The club during the past .e..,,,on,:rme,:onr c.' '' exceeded the highest membership record since 1919, established the year before. At the last annual meeting it was voted to extend[ d r d| | |s|| | membership to the club to veterans] A  /lr Hllltll of the division in the current con-I=| i$/1[ I Illll fiict. ] The Red Arrow Division inl World War I established one of. A class of four students will b the finest battle records of the Is( confirmed on Sunday afternoon at AEF, serving on five fronts and suffering 50% battle casualties. The colors of the famous Red Arrow Division will be carried in the Memorial parade next Sunday afternoon. All members of the division are though they my not have been registered. The iaw is also liberal 1 Police reported a collision at 8 enough to all" for the sending!a, m. today at Fifty-second street of an additional ballot in the land Thirtieth avenue between ears event that thesddress of the one t driven by Edward Freund, Chi- in service hasaeen changed. I cago, and Boleslaw Dobrzanski, Ballots for he primary will be! 2306 Lincoln road. No one was available fur mailing on July 12. Relatives ar# urged to send in names and addresses sometime after June 1 and before July 12. Dates for t November election will be annunced later. $ Plane! Seek a Have, at Airport Six lrvy advaoced training planes, tsed at the naval air sta- tion at Cenview. IlL landed at the Kenoshirport late Thursday aft. ernoon alter they had been sent scurryig from their home base in terri$ wind and rainstorm that swept le field. One f the six planes nosed over after Itting a soft )ot in the Ke- nosha field and the prop was maslL The cowling and motor were J$o damaged. The pilot w-- uninjred O@r pianos in the squadron cir- cled ne field and went on north to Racle and Milwaukee airports for maf. Te accident on the field served to mphasize the dangers existing at e airport because of the condi- tio of the field. Airport officials hse sought cooperation in vain hm city and county officials for tl use of grading equipment for t held. urged to be present next Sunday. Elmer C. Schmitz Lono III, Dies ALL BARBER SltOPS Will Be CLOSED TU.SDAY May 0th, Memorial Day Fm Your Convenience We 111 Be Open Mondsy, M 29, Until 8 P. M. Elmer C. Schmitz, 47, a well known employe of the American Brass company, died at his home, 5236 Thirty-fifth avenue this morn- ing following a long illness. He was born in Kenosha on March 3, 1897 the son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schmitz, and was educated in the schools of Kenosha. On July 8, 1918, he was united in marriage to Helen Sable. The de- ceased was employed at the Amer- ican Brm company for over 2S years where he was a receiving clerk. He was a member of St. George's Catholic church, and also the American Brass Foreman's club. He is survived by his widow, a son and a daughter: Robert E. Sehmitz and Miss Lois E. Schmitz of Kennsha. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Anna Schmitz of Kenosha and by two brothers and one sister: Raymond and Roy Legionnaires! For Sunday Me- Schmitz and Mrs. Edna Elffson. all mortal lsv Prcla ma#,t t worth of Senosha. He was preceded in ...... " ..................... : death by hs" father a daughter Side fire engine house between! , ' . , ' 1:30 and 1:45 p.m.--Adv. (27) Elaine, and a orother, #ann. Mothers of World War II will e meet in Green Ridge Cemetery[[lA f[tn C%r Sunday morning at 1O o'clock fo]/IJlU JIUIUI! LOI hold memorial services for Mrs. I ............... Rachel Warren and Mrs. Olive Bylethenpr00eedtSt0000rge'sAnd Youth 11 Cemetery to decorate the graves ? of Mrs. Veronica Herrmann and Margaret Rodes.--Adv. (26) The arrest of a 17-year.old Du- Page, Ill., county youth Thursday night cleared up the burglary of the Fred Michas garage at High- way 45 and 43 Saturday night, and also revealed the theft of a car from Bellewood, Ill. Undersheriff Jesse Preston and Deputy Sheriff William Schmitt presented the details this morning to Dist. Atty. K. T. Savage. The Michaels garage burglary was discovered Sunday. The thief had taken a car belonging to Leon- ard Michaels, son of the owner, and nearby the deputms found a car they discovered had been stolen ,from Bellewood, Ill., on Friday night.. Schmitt telephoned authori- ties at Beliewood to get the de- tails there and asked the sheriff to broadcast an alarm for the Ken sha county car. It was later spotted by deputies who arrested the 17- year-old youth and a girl, 18, who was in the car with him. in the Service Ensign James E. Ivy, who re- cently spent a 21 day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- mand BeHaver, 1115 Sixty.fourth street, is now stationed at the naval air station, Atlanti CiW, N. J. HIS brother, Lt. William. and his wife. Helen, are located at Great Bend, Kan., where he is as. signed to a heavy bomber crew. Pot. Leon Dreger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dreger. Somers, has arrived safely somewhere in England. Alan L. Christensen. PhM3/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Christen- sen, 8618 TwenW.ninth avenue, has been transferred recently from the surgery section at San Diego, Calif., to the main dispensary sur- gery section at Fort Wallace. Tex. Sgt. Gordon Gregory, husband of Mrs. Eleanor Gregory, 5113 Twen- W-second avenue, has been trans- ferred from Seymour Johnson Field, N. C., and is now stationed in Chicago. T/Sgt. Hubert Londo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Londo, South Kenosha, has been transferred from Camp Phillips, Kan., to the signal corps at Camp Forrest, Tenn. Lawrence J. Lotz, $2/c, has graduated from advanced naval training school in Seattle, Wash., and is now stationed at Puget Beth Tillel Temple, climaxing the observance of the "Festival of Weeks," known in Hebrew as She- buoth, and symbolizing the comple- tion of their religious school train- rag. The four are Judith Chemerow daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C h e m r o w, 2005 Seventy-third street; Malcolm Leon Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Oscar Price, 6921 Twenty-seventh avenue; Ruth Roz- umoff, daughter of Mrs. Max Brill 7624 Tenth avenue, and David Zeff son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester M. Zeff, 6021 Eighteenth avenue. All four will participate in the confirmation service, which will be- gin at the temple at 2:15 p. m. Sunday, with Rabbi I. J. Sarasohn in charge. Historic Significance The temple choir, compmsmg Harry J. Kadwit, Dr. Samuel Lapp, and Mesdames H. A. Brusk, Harry Chemerow, Samuel Lapp and Wil- liam Lipman, will sing the festival music, accompanied by Mrs. C. F. Miller at the organ. Joseph Huff- man will give a violin solo, "Lar- go," by Handel. Samuel Block, president of the congregation, will present confir- mation certificates to the class, and Mrs. Harry J. Kadwit. retiring president of Beth Hillel will present bibles to the students. Bibically the Festival of so.called because it is on the 50th day after the Festival of commemorates the summer pil- grimage to the ancient holy temple in Jerusalem. Today it is also a harvest festival, and intertwined with its agricultural significance the holiday symbolizes the Sinaltie revelation. The Ten Command- ments are repeated by the con- firmands and are read from the Torah. The four students also give addresses illustrative of the Jewish contribution to modern life. This ear's class selected outstanding American Jews and Jewesses as their confirmation topics. A reception in honor of the con- firmation class will be held at the temple following the program Sun- day afternoon. School Board Set For Public Forum At 7 o'clock this evening the board of education will conduct an open forum to discuss voluntary military training in the high school. The meeting will be at the school administration building and all persons interested in the sub- Sect are invited to attend the meet- ing and participate in the discus- sion. Magnesium is the lightest of structural metals, being one-third lighter than aluminum. LE6AL HOLIDAY The Banks of Kenosha Will Not be Open for Business Memorial Day Tuesday, First National Bank Brown National Bank Northwestern Loan & Trust Co. hurt. Fish and shrimp tonight at Ted's Tavern. 1925 45th St.--Adv. 26) If you were disappointed last week, drop in now. We have a new shipment of those very popular Chesterfield coats in sizes up to 46, 100% wool, and a lovely selection of colors. Don't delay! Silver's, 1217 63rd St.--Adv. (26) Flags for all occasions and honor rolls. Brosk Printing & Office Sup- ply.--Adv. (27) An automobile driven by Leo Nickels, 7409 ThirW-sixth avenue, and a truck driven by Walter Jones. Waukesha, collided at the intersection of Highways 14 and 50 Thursday night. No one was in- jured and both vehicles were able to proceed under their own power. It is estimated that adequate I lighting on city streets would saVenuaHy.3,000 persons from death an- l l As the Years Pass You will enjoy looking at your baby's yearly portraits. Make an appointment now! 3 for s5.95 Polonia Hall iil,00er Jubilee Observing the 2,Sth anniversary of the founding of the Polish Na- tional Building association, owners of Polonia haL, charte- members will meet with present officers and directors of the association at the hall on Saturday evening to cele- brate the event. Leaders recalled the first board of directors elected in 1919, with these officers: John Safranski, pres- ident; John Radykowski, secretary; Joseph Rybacki, treasurer, and these directors, Victor Godlewski, Alexander Prokop, Anthony Zanio, Michael Kolowski, Bran. Daniel- ewicz, John Przeslawski. By the end of the first year's or- ganization activities new officers were elected. They were Victor Godlewski, president: Peter Skow- ronski, vice president; John Rady- kowski, secretary, and Joseph Rybacki, treasurer. The other direc- tors then were Michael Kolowski, Bran. Danielewiez, Victor Szelon- ski, John Malisczewski, and Frank Wielgat. Community Leadership In the quarter century since these men launched the organiza- tion Polonia hall has served a great purpose in the community as a rallying place for the large Polish community as well as a meeting place for many other groups. The present officers of the asso- ciation are Joseph Kontowt, presi- dent; Joseph Rybacki, vice presi- dent; Mrs. Agnes Kulik, secretary; Anthony Dubaniewiez, treasurer, and these directors: Michael Kol- owski, Walter Kulik Andrew Kal- inks, Walter Majchrowicz, Walter Grajkowski, Chester Kunde. The present officers and directors will meet with the original sur- viving members of the 1919 organ- ization at a dinner Saturday at 7 p. m. to celebrate the birthday of the association. @ Co. D Mobilizes For Memorial Day When Company D of the Wiscon- sin State Guard turns out for the Memorial Day parade on Sunday afternoon it will carry new field equipment recently issued to them by the state and just received at the armory here. it was announced today by Capt. Frank Harvell. Officers and men of the com- pany drilled at the armory on Thursday evening in anticipation of the parade and according to ob- Page Seven -" ' I .0000OOD 1 servers the Kenesha infantry com-IDraft Peace Program pany is in fine condition. The men will assemble at the[ New York --{g'---- The adminis-i| gESTAURANT &gO CLOVERLF.AF tgl corner of Forty-fifth street andltration has drafted and soon will I s]ss Flfty-eishth St. / Seventh avenue, at 1:30 on Sundaytmake public a peace plan similar  KZLL aUFFALO. Owne [ afternoon from whence they will[fo the world order outlined by  Business Lmschu from 81} [ lead the parade through the down- I Prime Minister Winston Churchill, .. town business district to the Lake the New York Times said today Front Stadium. in a dispatch from Washington. Buy a "Buddy" Poppy Tomorrow Sat., May 27.. To Help Our Disabled War Veterans! Alexis Smith. 1944 National Buddy Poppy Girl of the Veterans oi' Foreign Wars of the U. S. and Warner Brothers star. surrounded by the Army. Navy and Marine Corps. Left to right. Arthur Uslar MM3c, Bayonne, N. J.: Sgt. Angelo di Mauro. Stratford. Conn.: Sgt. Ben F. Crews, Cam. bridge, Ohio, and Pfc. Harold J. Taylor. Jersey City, N. J. Every Penny Donated Goes to Our Veterans! VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS This advertisement sponsored by ]unker-Ball Post No. 1865, V. F. W., as their contribution to the "Buddy" Poppy Drive. Mothers, Visit Our New Boys" Dept. Boys" Summer Sportswear /- Boys' sport clothes styled to make you proud of your son. "BELL'S" new boys' department is thronged with boys and parents choosing sportswear and are happy in the knowl- edge that what they pur- chase here is right--and reasonably priced. Boys" CREW HATS Tan or White BOYS' LEISURE COATS lothors -- Your son will mow that lawn faster if you buy him a smart two-tone leisure coat. Broad shoulers taped seams and 100% wool. Sizes 10 to 20. McGreqor SPORT SHIRTS Plaid or plain sport shirts in rich colors- a boy's delight. Also the famous knit "T" shirt. Short sleeves. Sl00S s2so Sizes 10 to 18 Boys" Suits Mothers -- Let your son be proud in one of our uits on Graduation Day. Sizes 10 to 20 $|97s Single or Double Breasted BOYS" SLACKS Slacks for that sport shirt or casual wear. s3.95 np 4es 10 to 20 CLOTHING HOUSE CORNER - - - BUY BONDS 56TH ST.