The Journal Times from Racine, Wisconsin on June 4, 1984 · 5
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. , UMT'W Mrvr.-A tt Journal Tim. Monday. J una 4. 1984 Racina. Wia. 5A INJURED Jeffrey R. trick. 27. 4638 Lora St, listed in good condition today at St Mary's Medical Center with injuries suffered when the motorcycle be was driving collided with a car driven by Richard A. Weeks. 36, Hungry Horse, Mont, in the 1900 block of Johnson Avenue about 3:1$ p.m. Sunday. Raymond Kressig. 73, 5719 Taylor Ave.. listed in satisfactory condition today at St. Mary's Medical Center with injuries suffered when he fell on the rocks about 6:45 p.m. Sunday at the 5th Street boat ramp. Jerome R Kopcbinski, 45, 29113 Elm Island Drive, Waterford, listed in satisfactory condition today at New Berlin Hospital with injuries suffered When he fell from a tree at his home about 2:45 p.m. Saturday while cutting limbs. ARRESTED Richard D. Martin, 22, 1029 9th St., by Racine police shortly before 3 a.m. Sunday on charges of threatening a witness and battery. Police said Tammy R Hill, 18, 1727 Mead St., told them she was in the Action Club, 2004 Mead St., about 1: 45 a.m. Sunday when Martin threatened her and attacked because she had filed other assault reports against him. Paul C. Romeril, 20, 701 West Blvd., by Racine police shortly before 6:30 p.m. Sunday on a charge of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver: Police said they stopped Romeril and two companions near 14th Street and Grand Avenue while investigating another matter, and found about three ounces of marijuana. Michael J. Ferretti, 31, by Racine County sheriffs deputies Saturday on charges of attempted robbery and battery. Deputies said Gregory J. Swan, 22, Farmington Hills, Mich., told them he picked Ferretti up hitchhiking Saturday in Illinois, and in Racine County near 1-94 and Highway K, Ferretti tried to take Swan's wallet, which was under the car seat. Ferretti fled through fields, but was later caught and arrested by deputies, they said. Four Racine youths a 15-year-old, two 14-year-olds and an 11-year-old by Racine police about 2 p.m. Sunday, on seven counts of strong-arm robbery. Police said the BLOOD PRESSURE: The Racine County Blood Pressure Program offers free blood pressure checks to anyone 18 years or older at the following locations: June 11 - YWCA. 730 College Ave., 10 a.m.-l p.m.; Burllngtom Memorial Hospital, 301 Randolph St., 2-5 p.m. e June 14 Burlington St. Mary's Church cafeteria, 108 McHenry St., 11 a.m.; Flatiron ViUage Mall, 1661 Douglas Ave., 1:30-3:30 p.m. June 15 Racine Health Department, Room 4, by appointment only, 636-9201. e June 17 Wayman A. M E. Church (after service), 424 N. Memorial Drive. June 18 - YMCA, 725 Lake Ave., 4-6 p.m. e June 21 Regency Mall (center court), 1:30-3:30 p.m., 6-8:30 p.m. e June 23 Kansasville Town Hall, Highway 75, 9:30-10:30 a.m. e June 26 Burlington Veterans Memorial Building, 583 Milwaukee St., 12:30 p.m.; Raymond Town Hall, 2255 76th St., 7-8:30 p.m. e June 27 - YMCA, 725 Lake Ave., 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m.; St. Luke's Hospital Emergency Room, j 1320 Wisconsin Ave., 44 p.m. e June 28 Caledonia East Town Hall. 6156 Douglas Ave., 4:30-5:50 p.m. . BURLINGTON - Last Tuesday of each month, 12-1 p.m., Veterans Memorial Building, 588 Milwaukee Etc. Tuesday & Wednesday Special No Umit! URGErt tlWG 2913 Taylor Ave. M6 The Dance Centrel & II "Home of the Racine Civic Ballet" Announces Its Summer Classes Beginning June 11th 8-week Sessions Clas being offered for egea S to profeet ional Cell for appointment F J 2712 17th St. Recine 3410 Hwy, H. Frenkeville .'it' i ..-ri k f . me uance oemre is a serious uawe ovnuui that provides dance training in: BREAK DANCING CLASSICAL BALLET ACROBATICS JAZZ TAP POP LOCKING CALL FOR MORE INFO: 6344940 Ask for Gail Einer, Director youths took 65 cents from a 14-year-old Racine youth on the playground at Giese School, 5120 Byrd Ave., May 16, and later that day tried to take money from another 14-year-old Racine youth in the 5600 block of Byrd Avenue. Two Racine youths, 15 and 16, by Racine police about 6 p.m. Sunday, each on a charge of burglary, after police said witnesses told them they saw the youths enter Winslow School, 1325 Park Ave., and evidence showed desks and cabinets had been entered. STOLEN Three bicycles valued together at $670 from the garage of Shirley A. Klamm, 2902 16th St. Three video recorders valued together at $1,427, reported missing from K-Mart, 1750 Ohio St. RACINE FIRE CALLS Sunday 1 sA7 o.m., 1 320 Whcomm Ava., oha alarm. 6:49 p.m., 5th Street boot romp, os-sist rescue iquod with mon who fell at rocks. 7:51 p.m.. 3800 block of Jacoto Drive, dumpster fire. Monday 2:25 a.m., 3900 block of Green Street, dumpster fire. RACINE RESCUE CALLS Saturday e 9:02 p.m., 700 block of N. Memorial Drive, need lets call. e 9:19 p.m., 2000 block of Geneva Street, infant swallowed penny. e 9:19 p.m., 700 block of N. Memorial Drive, woman refused aid. 10:09 p.m., 1800 block of Clark Street, neediest call. 1 M9 p.m., 700 block of Marquette Street, woman injured in traffic Occident. 1 1 .56 p.m., 1 600 block of Erie Street, man fell. Sunday e 1:27 a.m., Marquette and West streets, man with nervous disorder. e 4:12 a m., 1300 block of Spring Valley Drive, man ill. e 7:04 a.m.. 1700 block of Packard Avenue, man injured hand. 8:29 a.m., 500 block of Shelbourne Court, man ill. 10:45 a.m., 12th Street and Memorial Drive, man with head cut. 11:04 a.m., 1600 block of 16th Street, man with nervous disorder. 5:21 p.m., 700 block of Hamilton Street, man ill. Ave.; second Thursday, St. Mary's Church, 108 McHenry St., 11 a.m. to noon. STURTEVANT - Last Wednesday of each month for people over -18, 1-2 p.m., municipal building, 2555 Wisconsin St. MOUNT PLEASANT - Tuesdays, 1-3 p.m., Mount Pleasant Town Hall, 6126 Durand Ave. IMMUNIZATION CLINICS: e Racine County Nursing Service clinics for town residents: e Immunization against measles, mumps, rubella, polio and diptheria, whooping cough and tetanus and tuberculosis tests. Parents must accompany children and bring immunization records. Wednesdays 1:30 to 4 p.m., room 4 Racine City Hall, 730 Washington Ave. e Immunization against measles, mumps, rubella, polio, diptheria, whooping cough, tetanus and tuberculosis. Free to Medicaid-ellgible children, weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by appointment. Health and Nutrition Service of Racine, 425 Main St., room 309. 637-7750. e Immunization clinks for Burlington city and town residents are the third Wednesday of each month at Burlington Memorial Hospital, 9: 30-11:30 a.m. in classrooms A and B. e Immunization clinics for Stur-tevant residents are the second Wednesday of each month at the BURGER . H ! r 1 I e 6:43 p.m., 2900 block of Hayes Avenue, man ill. e 6:43 p.m., 5th Street boot ramp, mon fed on rocks; head injury. e 6:52 p.m., 500 block of Randolph StfMt, wofrxjfl ill. 8:51 p.m., 3100 block of Douglas Avenue, man hit on head with baseball. 107 p.m., 1400 block of N. Memorial Drive, man hit by cor. e 10:23 p.m., 1000 block of Hagerer Street, man ill. 1024 p.m., 1900 block of W. 6th Street, report of car going over bridge; nothing found. 11. -05 p.m., 3300 block of Wright Avenue, woman ill. 11J9 p.m., 200 block of Howland Avenue, report of stabbing; nothing found. Monday 1:18 a.m., 2100 block of Romayne Avenue, woman with leg pains. CALEDONIA RESCUE CALLS Sunday e 3:17 p.m., 1900 block of Johnson Avenue, mon injured in motorcycle occi- B:rths St. Lake's Hospital visithw i mod as VtslSsrs IhnHeJ to ItttMn, ereiiapereiiH. Peman II .m.H a. imXpiriiiit It-. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Maresh (Joyce Thoemke), Racine, a son, June 3. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Kauffman (Mia Schaefer), Racine, a daughter, June Sr Mr. and Mrs. David Zavala (Diane K. White), Racine, a daughter, June 3. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Haluska (Diane L. Ferraro), Racine, a daughter, June 3. Mr. and Mrs. William Bower Deaths BETKO, Walter, 73 2815 Pinehurst Ave., June 2, St. Luke's Hospital. Draeger- Langendorf Funeral Home. HEG, Rath M., 55 3211 Republic Ave., June 2, Fort Atkinson. Draeger-Langendorf Funeral Home. DIXON, Raymond D., 47 4600 Republic Ave., June 3, St. Mary's Medical Center. Strouf- Shef field Funeral Home. municipal building, 9-11 a.m. CHILD HEALTH CLINICS: For well children 2 months to 5 years by appointment Thursdays 1: IS to 4:15 p.m., room 4 Racine City Hall, 730 Washington Ave. Free screening for children of low income families not on medical assistance weekdays by appointment 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Breakthru Center, 1134 Milwaukee Ave., and Racine County Nursing Service, 14200 Washington Ave. e Free screening for Medicaid-eli-gible people up to age 21. Weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Also offered at no cost: vision, hearing and blood pressure tests. By appointment. Health and Nutrition Service of Racine, 425 Main St., room 309. 637-7750. MULTIPHASIC CLINIC: Screenings for anemia, hyperten- Oh, what a state I'm in! Purole cows march across our lilac or white T-shirts (5050 S.M.L, XL Adults, also long-sleeved '13.95 And child s. sizes '7,95 2fl It) Si. Kraenha mrr. n aa-siMi Frl. ill i ftat, tH a filudjaclcfne) ':-sy conirctc rTyfSt U.S. has bcsii solving basi 3 o fSl concr8t' problems sinct IflWJKtfyTtfliiqi All'wofk his written guarantee F 1 Residential e 4:32 p.m., 1700 block of Fireside Drive, boy with knee injury. 4:40 p.m., 7 Mile Fair, woman ill. 6:56 p.m., 7600 block of Highway 38, no transport. MOUNT PLEASANT FIRE CALLS Sunday 12:40 p.m., 122 Emmertsen Rood, unauthorized burning. MOUNT PLEASANT RESCUE CALLS Saturday 10:27 p.m., 1700 block of Redcoat Drive, difficulty breathing. Sunday 103 a.m., 5700 block of Aha Lomo Court, illness. " BURLINGTON RESCUE CALLS Saturday 10:41 p.m., 500 block of Milwaukee Avenue, man with heart trouble. Sunday 1:39 a.m. Sunday, 00 block of E. State Street, intoxicated man. 5:44 p.m.. Highway P and Fishman Rood, injuries from a motorcycle Occident. (Virginia Caldi), Kansasville, a daughter, June 4. Burlington Memorial VISITING HOURS mum II :m.- p.m. Mn H and eMer M: - M e.m. Mr. and Mrs. Craig LaPlant (Mary Rebick), Paddock Lake, a daughter, May 29. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Movrich (Kim Hollencamp), Burlington, a son, June 1. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Webber (Sheila Hedlund), Burlington, a daughter. May 30. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Perez (Roberta Matos), Kenosha, a son, June 2. ANDERSEN, Russell, 64 6820 Mariner Drive, June 4, St. Luke's Hospital. Strouf-Sheffield Funeral Home. WEBER, Louis, 95 Formerly of Brighton, June 4, Mt. Carmel Care Center, Burlington. Schuette-Daniels Funeral Home. MANGAN, Martin, 19 Twin Lakes, June 2, Burlington Memorial Hospital. sion, diabetes, tuberculosis, as well as health histories and wellness counseling for adults 18 and over. First and third Fridays each month, 1:15 to 2:45 p.m., room 4 Racine City Hall, 730 Washington Ave. SICKLE CELL SCREENING: Tests by appointment only at 636-9205. LEAD POISONING: Testing of children under 6. Wednesdays 1: 30 to 3: 30 p.m., room 4 Racine City Hall, 730 Washington Ave. Home lead detection and removal help available by appointment at 636-9203. Free testing of children under 6. Weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by appointment. Health and Nutrition Service of Racine, 425 Main St., room 309. 637-7750. Dolvcotton J8.95). Foundation Repaid basement since 1957 res estimates Commercial Insured Bonded ei m m I 1 l 5528344 Vlsotsng Union Grove Village Board, special meeting to consider loan bids, municipal building, 1015 State St.. 7 p.m. today. e Union Grove board of review, municipal building, 1015 State St., 4 to 8 p.m. today. Gateway Technical Institute board, public hearing on 1984-85 budget, Elkbom campus, 7 p.m. today. Caledonia Town Board, town hall, 6922 Nicholson Road, 7 p.m. today; committee-of-' the-whole meeting to follow. Racine County Farm Drainage Board, sheriff's substation, 14116 Washington Ave., 7:30 p.m. today. Racine County Planning and Development Committee. Fair weather here Associated Press High pressure over the Ohio Valley early today continued to drift to the east while low pressure took shape over the Central Plains. The retreating high provided fair weather for the eastern sections of the Badger State today. As the low developed and tracked toward Minnesota, showers and some thunderstorms spread into the extreme west and central sections. Showers and thunderstorms should be statewide tonight. ENERGIZE JIEROI3IICS Jttf Aon Mm A tt tvfltt tha nmu No. exercise cxoaram a. 4 Classes start June 5th. 4 Morning classes. (Twice A Week) Cutlass Supreme Best Selling Car In America D1NCIN6 Classes Lean how to Rash Dance and ? rkisses start June 8th 4w-.M6 : Z Call 632-4417 1 Weekdays 3-9 p.m. T Dick Shore Productions On this date Enjoy a look back in history with the Today in History feature in the Journal Times. R. Thomas Navratil, D.D.S., S.C. Ronald C. Neiuer, D.D.S., S.C. Announce the Relocation of Their Office To 5707 Byrd Avenue Racine. Wisconsin 53406 Telephone 637-7270 Effective June 5. 1984 One Halt Block Fjm of Highway 31 mm i V M Plan Now For A 3 Glorious Days in Door County, Aug. 28-30 8-Day Motor Coach Tour to Louisiana World Exposition, Oct. 10-17 14-Day Florida Sunshine Tour, Nov. 25-Dec. 8 ...or take a one day trip... "The Student Prince" at Fireside Theatre, June 13 Old World Wisconsin, June 26 "Uberace" at the PAC, Jury 14 Ethnic Salad Bowl Tour of Chicago, Jury 19 Call the YWCA today for more information! '5? JwJjJ Accepted 740 College Avenue Racine Wl 633-3503 u io y WISCONSIN BADGER FOOTBALL CAMP 84 WASHINGTON PARK HIGH SCHOOL Rscine. Wisconsin county building, building, 14200 Washington Ave., 6 p.m. today,. e Racine County Board of Adjustment-county office building, 14200 Washington Ave., 9 a.m. Tuesday. Racine Zoning-Board of Appeals, room 205, city hall, 730 Washington Ave., 7:36 p.m. today. 4 V l 4 3i decorating: HINTS by Phylis Leonard To go out and pur; chase a singular; costly item and feel Q will do wonders for a room isn't always the; answer. One of the best; mood creators of aM. are wall coverings and your fabrics'. Look again at some room you feel is very tastefully decorated. Now imagine it without the window treatments, variety of fabric textures and coordinated patterns on the walls. That special feeling that was there would have simply vanished. ...a "Carpet Corner" courtesy 3500 KINZIE heart' Great Vacation! FREE CLINIC SATURDAY, JUNE 9 PARK HIGH SCHOOL Fof Athletes Entering Grade 9 through the 12h Grade Grades 9-10 9:00 A.M. Grades 11-12 12:30 P.M. Registration 8:30 and 12 00 noon In the , Park Reldhouse UW Football Staff First 150 for each session receive official camp T-shrrt Information: Call 631-7222 daily between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Armour-Dtal Company Phoenix, Arcona cBaiL

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