Peg Habetler fishing 1960

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin (Racine, Wisconsin) Sunday, June 12, 1960 - Page 1

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fineries. j J -j Will Fly to Alaska Japan Visit Worries TOKYO — </P) — Hie United States brought strong pressure Nobusuke Kishl Saturday to control left-wing demonstrations and President Eisenhower during his visit to Tokyo next week. U.S. MacArthur told Kishi of the "very strong and adverse reaction Slates" following the mob attack on White House press secretary While huge mobs prowled I'm his :!.'!,()()() mile the streets of Tokyo Saturday lour, under hostile banners, Prcs-i The president wi ident Eisenhower made readv a in., Racine lime. I leave todav. at H His Dedicate Fountain to Teacher of a One-time 'Wild Creature' CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — </?) — "1 am thrilled more than ever by the miracle that turned me from a dumb, wild cieature into a joyous c h i I il and enlarged my mind . . ." Those were the words of Helen Keller, 79, deaf and blind since infancy, at the dedication Saturday of a fountain at Radcliffe College in memory of her lamed teacher, Anne Sullivan Water flowing through the fountain for the first tune symboli/ed the in o m e n t more than 70 years ago when Miss Keller, through the teaching of Anne Sullivan, learned her first wot d: "Water." Miss Keller said of her teacher, who died in 1030: "With sparkling words she fertilized the om e bare days and led me to untold won- deis and to knowledge and accomplishment." | 1 —Journal-Times Photos WISHES FOR FISHES—Fish poles jutted out over Zoo Park Pond Saturday as Racine Jaycecs welcomed welcomed more than 500 children through age 12 to their annual Fishing Rodeo. ABOVE, LOWER LEFT— Help was civen some of the younger competitors. ABOVE, LOWER RIGHT—Mark Putra, 7, of 811 South St. had a string of five fish counted by Robert Kimberlain, Jaycee chairman. First place winners in the largest fish category were Paula Haumersen, 6, of 1958 Quincy Ave., 16 ounces in the girls' 9 and younger class; Peggy Habetler, 10, of 1312 Walton Ave., 22'j ounces in the girls' 10-12 class; James Bergman, 3, of 1930 Grange Ave., 20 ounces in the boys' 9 and under class; and Tom Adams, 11, of 2 3 3 3 N. Wisconsin St., 17'^ ounces in the boys' 1012 1012 class. First place winners in the most fish category were: Marie Drascic, 8, of 2109 N. Main St., 46 fish in the girls' 9 and under class; and Dave Steimle, of 1417 Mclvin Ave., 10 fish in the boys' 10-12 class. Names of two other first place winners were not available. RIGHT, UPPER LEFT—Marlyn Mennen took notes as Ed Stone weighed the catch of Philip Czuper, 12, of 4510 Erie St. RIGHT, LOWER LEFT —A serious view of the contest was taken by Mike Zicarelli, 5, of 4025 17th St. FAR RIGHT—Sticks and safety pins, equipment provided by contestants, didn't produce much luck for Marcia Pfost, 11, and her sister, Nikka, of 5225 Erie St. Knights Templar Conclave to Draw 1,500 to Racine ai About 1,500 persons are ex-;clave Thursday through I .ii Eastern first will trip sharply The his • 1 j an j t j I t

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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin (Racine, Wisconsin)12 Jun 1960, SunPage 1
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