The Journal Times from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1983 · 5
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The Journal Times from Racine, Wisconsin · 5

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the Journal Times. Monday, June 27, 1983 Racine, Wis. Vh4 INJURED Linda Verschueren, 18, 1635 Rapids Drive, listed in serious condition today at St. Mary's Medical Center with head injuries suffered when she was hit by a motorcycle at Rapids Drive and Douglas Avenue about midnight Sunday. Police said Verschueren was hit by a motorcycle driven by Glen Heldt, 20, 100 Newman Road, when she ran Into the street chasing a Frisbee thrown by a friend. ' A 17-year-old Town of Burlington youth boy who was hit by motor boat propellers in an accident at Buhner's Lake about 7 p.m. Sunday. Police said David M. Walsea, 7775 Lakeview Drive, suffered cuts. Walsea was listed in good condition today in Burlington Memorial Hospital. ARRESTED : Charles A. Wortman, 28, 1309H LaSalle St., by Racine police Sunday on a charge of first-degree sexual assault. Police said the father of a 6-year-old Racine girl and the victim told them Wortman was fondling the girl on the front porch of her home about 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Fred Phillips, 28, 1815 Marquette St., by Racine police Sunday on a charge of strong-arm robbery. Police said Henry L. Gray, 58, 259 Frank Ave., walking with a crutch, was at N. Memorial Drive and W. 6th Street shortly after 6 p.m. Sunday when Phillips pushed him down, removed money from Gray's wallet and fled. Police arrested Phillips a short time later in the 200 block of N. Memorial Drive. ' Billy J. Watkinson, 19, 1510 Racine St., by sheriff's deputies Friday on charges of attempted arson to a public building after Watkinson allegedly set fire to paper in a cell in the Racine County Jail. ATTACKED A 31-year-old Racine woman who told police she was awakened while sleeping on her couch by a man who beat and kicked her, then raped her and forced her to commit oral sex.' Police said the woman was released from st. Luke's Hospital after getting 16 stitches to close facial cuts. FIRE M- About 1:30 a.m. today caused about $30,000 damage to the home of Lenia Stanley, 1506 Racine St. Stanley and her five children escaped unhurt from the fire, which firefighters said started in the living room and went up through the walls to the attic and roof, causing heavy fire and smoke damage. The cause remained under investigation. Of suspicious origin at the homes of Lorraine Jones and Mary Wilmington, 1842 Villa St., shortly before 5 a.m. Friday remianed under investigation today. Firefighters said two fires were burning when they arrived, but gasoline had been poured in at least seven locations of the first and second floors. They also said the homes had been ransacked. Damage was estimated at $1,000, and no injuries were reported. STOLEN Two chainsaws and an air compressor, all valued at $1,000, from a shed at the home of John A. Scott, 9020 Highway G. RACINE FIRC CAtU 1 ' Sunday ' . 2:02 a.m.. Washington and Flelt avenues, gasoIlM washdowrt. 0:3S a.m., 1S33 LaSall St., gasolina wasndown. 11 :44 a.m., 115 Chatham SI., gasoline washdown. 12: 22 p.m., 2017 Case Ave., report of natural gat odor; nothing found. 4:12 p.m., 1750 Ohio St., grass fire. 0:01 p.m., 1211 Highland Ave., gat Ignited In alley. 1:36 a.m., 150 Racine St., extinguish house fire. , RACINE RfSCUe CALLS s Saturday Jl75 p.m., 1700 block of N. Memorial Drive, man injured i:l pm., (TOO block .of N. Memorial Drive, call canceled an- 10:45 p.m., 2400 bock of Snoop Street, woman had possible heart trouble. - Sunday "12:03 a.m.. Rapids Drive and Douglas Avenue, woman hit by motorcycle. ' 7:07 a.m., 700 block of tth Street, woman may have overdosed Oft medicine. 53 a.m., 1100 block of Erie Street, woman III; refused to go 0 hospital. .- '. :27 a mi, 1400 block of Carlisle Avenue, woman ill; refused transportation. ' 1:03 p.m., 1000 block of 12th Street, man with leg cramp. r 1:01 p.m., 500 block of Harvey Drive, woman ill. 4:17 p.m., 3300 block of Daisy Lane, woman may have dislocated knee. ,0:02 p.m., Moffert Drive, North Beach, man drunk. -7:13 p.m., 1100 block of LaSalle Street, man suffering from heat exhaustion. " 7:24 p.m., M0 block of Jackson Street, boy with rib inlury; possibly assaulted. . 9:a p.m., lew oiocn or rv. otn street, woman wtm aDoominai 10:52 p.m., 1M0 block of Racine Street, woman with facial Cut; possible assault victim. - 11:2 p.m., 1100 block of 21st Street, woman iniured In traffic accident CALEDONIA PIRC CALLS ', Sunday 1 12:34 p.m., 7M1 Lakeshore Drive, false alarm. 3:15 p.m., 123 E. Parkfleld Court, tire alarm, no fir. , CALEDONIA RESCUE CALLS . Sunday , 10:40 a.m., 2700 block of 7 Mile Road, girl with head Inlury. 1:40 p.m., 3700 block of 7 Mile Road, girl passed out, no transport. . t.-et p.m 7100 block of Lone Elm, man ill. Monday m 145 a.m., 5100 block of Erie Street, man had difficulty breathing. 1:4 a.m., 0100 block of Dougles Avenue, woman III. -MOUNT PLEASANT FIRE CALLS Sunday ' 5 54 p.m., 4200 block of Chekanoff Drive, garage fir. 11:5 p.m., 7400 Highway 20, false alarm. MOUNT PLEASANT RESCUE CALLS Sunday 5; 25 p.m., 3400 block of Sheridan Road, needless call. ,. :13 p.m., 100 block of S. F anchor Road, man electrocuted. Is-kevin TSURLINOTON FIRE CALLS -.Sunday 7:23 p.m., 2t33 Meadow Lane, stove fire, cancelled. URLINSTON RESCUE CALLS Saturday 11:4 a.m., 300 block of Shore Drive, girl possibly drowned. ' 1:32 p.m., Teut Road and Highway W, man struck by "car. 3:34 p.m. "X block of Echo Drive, woman III. Sunday ' 0:05 a.m., 300 block of N. Wisconsin Street, man with diabetic Broblem. 7! 05 p.m.. Town Bach, Bohners Lake, man cut by motor boat propeller. - . . Deaths.. """" " Friend, John c, 79 ;V 580 Madison St., Burlington, June 26, Mt. Car-T mel Care Center. Polnasek Funeral Home, ' Union Grove. : SEITZ, Eleanor H., 91 ; ' 1311 Blaine Ave., June 26, St. Catherine's Infir- mary. Wilson Funeral Home. :SCHULZ, Elizabeth, 68 3500 Pierce Blvd.; June 26, St. Mary's Medical - Center. Wilson Funeral Home. WETZLER, Helen M., 71 817 Echo Drive, Burlington, June 26, Burlington . Memorial Hospital. McCarthy-Koenig Funeral I". Home. PARKS, Goldie L., 87 2437 Snoop St., June 26, St. Mary's Medical Cen- ter. Hanson Funeral Home. SZUHAI, JR., Steve, 73 Rt. 1, Sturtevant, June 26, Milwaukee General ST Hospital. Strouf-Sheffield Funeral Home. Recycling Alex Ramos, 26, 616 DeKoven Ave., sentenced by Judge Dennis Costello to 30 days in Jail and placed on 18 months probation with 10 hours community service work for battery and criminal trespass to property. Ramos originally was charged with burglary and battery for breaking into the home of Eric J. Spranger, 2122 Carlisle Ave., on May 15 and beating assaulting him. ' ' - a ' ' Mount Pleasant Town Board, town hall, 6126 Durand Ave., 7:30 p.m. today. Caledonia Town Board, town hall, 6922 Nicholson Road, 7 p.m. today. Union Grove Village Board, municipal building, 1015 State St., 7 p.m. today. Yorkville Town Board, County Highway Building, 14200 Washington Ave., 7:30 p.m. today. Raymond Town Board, town hall, 2255 S. 76th St., 8 p.m. today. Union Grove Graded School Board, Union Grove Middle School, 7:30 p.m. today. Burlington Area School Board, district office, 100 N. Kane St., 7 p.m., today. Waterford Village Board, village hall, 123 N. River St., 7:30 p.m., today. Racine City Council's Public Safety and Buildings Committee, room 301, city hall, 730 Washington Ave., 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. Racine's board of stationary engineers, room 4, city hall, 730 Washington Ave., 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. " Burlington Memorial VIIITIN HOURS Fathers II B-m.- pjn. ether M aas) ewer 2-1:3 M p-m. . Mr. and Mrs: Richard Hartz (Mary Kouba), Elkhorn, a son, June 23. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Klein (Cheryl Hanson), Union Grove, a son, June 24. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cole (Linda Weis), Burlington, a son, June 24. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sennett (Elaine Meinen), Lake Geneva, a son, June 24. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Iraci (Lorraine Gasparich), Waterford, a son, June 24. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Volbrecht (Kareh Gabby), Powers Lake, a son, June 24. Others Mr. and Mrs. Rick Havalauskas (Pam Draeger), Kenosha, a son, June 21. The mother is a former Racine resident. Mr. and Mrs. David Koch, New London, a daughter, June 22. The father is a former Racine resident. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Guillien (Traci Freehling), Rome, N.Y., a daughter, June 26. The parents are former Racine residents. 83 STUDENTS INTERESTED IN CAREERS, HOBBIES OR FUTURE JOSS CAIi- 632-3377 E - MMFaJ..'? BLOOD PRESSURE The Racine County Blood Pressure Program offers free blood pressure checks to anyone 18 years or older at the following locations: June 28 Raymond Town Hall, 2255 76th St.," 7-8:30 p.m. CHILD HEALTH CLINICS For well children 2 months to 5 years by appointment Thursdays 1:15 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, H34 Milwaukee Ave., and Racine County Nursing Service, 14200 Washington Ave. Free screening for Medicaid-eligible 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. 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. SICKLE CELL SCREENING Tests by appointment only at 636-9205. IDLING PAINT PROBLEMS? We'll fix if for Good with JJJggEjoOox Paint Remover MStOMtaOM tKMHOlOOM These numbers are on 24-hour response or provide a referral ALCOHOL AND DRUGS ' The A Center ,.632-6141 Community alcohol and drug9 634-3330 Racine Hotline.... , 637-9557 Crisis Intervention 637-1800 Mental Health 637-6581 ARSON CONTROL UNIT Racine County Hotline 636-3225 CHILD ABUSE Parents Anonymous of Wis. 1-800-242-6916 DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES Information and referral 637-2707 MEDITATIONINSPIRATION "Lifeline" .. 633-7287 " WEEKDAYS - The City of Racine collects jiewspapers for recycling as part of the "Green Racine" program. Bundled or bagged newspapers Tmust be placed at curb on regular solid waste collection day. Pickup will be by solid waste crews or the "Green Racine" truck. . WEDNESDAYS - ReCom Inc., a Brookfield "recycling company, buys glass, aluminum, steel ;and tin cans 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Randall's, 4975 Washington Ave. MENTAL HEALTH Recovery Inc. 639-8166, 633-6006 Racine Hotline '.. 637-9557 OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS. 554-8337 PARENT COUNSELING Parents Help Line 637-9273 Parents Caring & Sharing 636-2011 Toughlove Parent Group 633-3503 PHYSICAL DISABILITY TTY calls... '.....552-9656 PHYSICAL ABUSE Women's Resource Center.... 633-3233 PRAYER Answers in Action 637-1119 PREGNANCY COUNSELING Family Planning Inc 637-6136 RED CROSS .....552-7797 REFERRAL Racine County Information & Referral 636-3356 SUICIDE PREVENTION Racine Hotline 637-9557 WIS. NATURAL GAS CO. Gas odor 637-7681 YOUTH SERVICES Racine Hotline 637-9557 Racine Runaway Inc 632-0424 $ RECYCLING $ ALUMINUM CANS 6 DAYS A WEEK fJH-F 8-4:30, Sat. 0-1:00 METAL. 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