The Journal Times from Racine, Wisconsin on May 8, 1995 · 11
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r i 4 , f .1 STATECITY he Journal Times Monday, May 8, 1905 QD page editor: Sleven T. Lovojoy O D Police ATTACKED A 36-year-old Racine man early Sunday morning as he walked In the 2000 block of 16th Street. According to Racine police, the man was struck in the head from behind and two men wrestled him ' to the ground. When a witness yelled at the men, the attackers tied. T((e victim was treated and released for minor inju- . ries at St. Luke's Hospital and reported nothing stolen. ARRESTED Richard L. Phillips, 32, 1660 Charles St., Saturday on a charge of attempted burglary. According to Racine police, witnesses saw Phillips enter a condominium in the 500 block of State Street , Saturday afternoon and take a bicycle. He was. arrested shortly after the witness tipped off police. Rudolph Adams, 22, address unknown, Saturday on charges of domestic I battery and child abuse. According to police, Adams fought with a 35-year-old woman and her son over a bicycle on Saturday afternoon. He' allegedly punched the woman on the chin and pushed the bicycle onto the boy's foot. Both victims refused medical attention. RACINE FIRE CALLS Saturday: 1:20 p.m., 3919 Ruby Ave., alarm of fire. Sunday: 11:51 a.m., 3606 Spring St., . apartment fire; 12:18 p.m., 1101 Carlisle Ave., kitchen fire. ,' RACINE RESCUE CALLS Saturday: 2:53 p.m., 1400 block of Marquette Street, boy injured in traffic accident; 2:54 p.m., 1600 block of North Main Street, woman cut hand; 4:08 p.m., , 2000 block of Douglas Avenue, woman with possible seizures; 7:51 p.m., 1100 block of Carlisle Avenue, man possibly broke foot; 7:53 p.m., 1000 block of La-Salle Street, woman fell; 8:21 p.m., 700 block of Wisconsin Avenue, man with, possible seizures; 8:48 p.m., 1800 block of Woodland Avenue, man possibly assaulted; 10:21 p.m., 1900 block of Washington Avenue, man ill; 10:21 p.m., 600 block of 13th Street, boy possibly broke ankle; 10:22 p.m., 700 block of High Street, man injured head. Sunday: 1:19 a.m., 2000 block of Russet Street,, woman with difficulty breathing; 1:58 a.m., 1800 block of Center Street, girl with difficulty breathing; Police seek handbag thief The Burlington Police Department would like the public's help in solving a April 24 handbag theft and a hit-and-run accident on April 25. JjV black handbag was taken between 4:20 and 4:50 p.m. from a car parked at Riverside Park. Money, keys and other personal items were in the bag. A car was sideswiped about 10:30 a.m. on Per CRIME STOPPERS OF RACINE COUNTY, INC 636-9330 kins Blvd. just south of Chandler Blvd. The offending vehicle may be white with side damage and have h. 1 : A J If you're interested in becoming a partner, please contact the Journal Times, 634-3322, ext. 200 for details. v. FRANK MORAI.KS, HC 1 100 Commerce Dr., Ste. 102 P.O. Box 081212 Racine, Wl 53408 414-886-4701. Best Life Modern Woodmen of America A Fratemai Life Insurunce Society ' LIFE ASSVITIES lRAs 2:05 a.m., 2400 block of St. Clair Street, woman fell; 2:11 a.m., 5100 block of Wright Avenue, no transport; 4:20 a.m., 2600 block of Durand Avenue, man ill; 4:50 a.m., 2000 block of Mead Street, man with stomach pains; 7:10 a.m., 2600 block of Diane Avenue, no transport'; 7:48 a.m., 2100 block of Gillen Street, woman with chest pains; 8:55 a.m., 600 block of North Main Street, man injured hip; 9:15 a.m., 1700 block of Grand Avenue, man with ehest pains; 9:22 a.m., 800 block of Wisconsin Avenue, man ill; 9:49 a.m., 200 block of Howland Avenue, man unresponsive; 9:51 a.m., 3300 block of Fifth Avenue, woman possibly broke arm; 10:44 a.m., 1900 block of West Boulevard, man injured in traffic accident; 11:41 a.m., 14th Street and Junction Avenue, woman injured in traffic accident. , CALEDONIA FIRE CALLS Sunday: 11:23 a.m., 2720 Seven Mile Road, mutual aid. CALEDONIA RESCUE CALLS Saturday: 8:39 p.m., 8400 block of Highway 38, no transport; 11:34 p.m., 5500 block of Brookhaven Drive, man ill. Sunday: 1:07 a.m., 4900 block of Parry Avenue, woman ill; 3:32 p.m., 7100 block of Five Mile Road, man fell; 5:27 p.m., 3000 block of Valley Forge Street, man injured head; 6 p.m., 7000 block of Highway V, man with chest pains; 6:50 p.m., 5000 block of Highway 38, man ill; 7 p.m., 5700 block of Erie Street, man ill. MT. PLEASANT FIRE CALLS Sunday: 3:22 a.m., 4311 Durand Ave., structure fire. MT. PLEASANT RESCUE CALLS Saturday: 7:08 p.m., 1300 block of Oakes Road, no transport; 8:09 p.m., 5600 block of 16th Street, no transport. Sunday: 3:41 a.m., 4300 block of Durand Avenue, woman with smoke inhalation. BURLINGTON RESCUE CALLS Saturday: 10:48 p.m., 8800 block of Pheasant Run, man and woman injured in traffic accident; 1 1 :46 p.m., 200 block of Clover Drive, woman with possible seizures. Sunday: 3:41 p.m., 29000 block of Wood Lawn Drive, man injured hand. gold paint where it hit the other car. Crime Stoppers of the Burlington Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with Burlington Police Department will pay cash rewards for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible. Anyone, with information should call, 763-2920. Callers can remain anonymous. 1 Crime Stoppers will also pay for information on other crimes in which an arrest or conviction is made. I in 5anton technologies inc is a Partner in Education, adopting classes at Schulte School & St. Sebastian School! A Winner at Giving You the Best! CxHiratulaliotis to this representative, who earned an invitation to Modern Woodmen ol America's National Agency Sales IVmTeicnce in Maui, Hawaii. . I low was it earned? Through excellence at providing Mcxlcrn Woodmen life insurance and annuity plans plus, offering fraternal benefits that help families and their communities. Ix-t a proven winner give you the Ik-si of life. Call todav. FMTF.RSAL PROGllAMS They wish to be an Oscar Mayer winner MADISON (AP) - It took only 30 seconds of Christopher Karandjeff's life last week, but it might make him a star. Christopher, 5, was one of about 200 boys and girls who sang their cute little hearts out before the camera at the Oscar Mayer Talent Search a week ago. With a Wienermobilc as a backdrop, Christopher definitely looked like the all-Amcrirnn kid company officials were looking for. In his overalls and cocked hat, Christopher, the fifth child who tried out that afternoon, looked 1 every bit the professional before the camera as he sang the Oscar Mayer Wiener Jingle (You know: "Oh, I wish I were an Oscar Mayer wiener"), complete with (the hand gestures pantomimed by ' his mom, Jana Karandjeff, of Waunakee. "The guy from Oscar Mayer said he's got the look," she said. '' "It's No. 5 all the way!" exclaimed Joni Nygard of Middleton, a friend of the Karandjeff family who said she would act as Christopher's agent if he won. Christopher has some pretty VIADUCT From Pane IB Construction of the nearly three-mile trail wouldn't begin until 19, Statz said. If the county did use the bridge, it would likely put up a chain-link fence on each side, he added. ' I But who would it get permission from? RAMAC Executive Director Roger Caron has asked the city's Public Works and Services Committee to convene a meeting to come up with a plan for the viaduct. He said his request was prompted by a woman's complaint about graffiti on the viaduct. She called the city first but the ity referred her to RAMAC, he said. But Caron doesn't want to keep getting calls about graffiti on MADISON (AP)-A bill allowing parents to send their children to any public school they choose receives a public hearing Tuesday in the Assembly. The plan by Reps. Marc Duff, R -New Berlin, and Charles Coleman, R-Whitewater, would take effect with the 1996-97 school year. The only limit on the program would be a ceiling on the number of out-of-district pupils a school district had to accept. Legislative hearings are open to the public and generally welcome public testimony. Room numbers denote the Capitol unless another location is listed. The week's list: r wmmmm mmmmmm SWIM AND TENNIS LESSONS OFFERED, OPEN TO ALL AGES AND ABILITIES Member and Non-members welcome! Stop On Out And See Joint RACQUET& FITNESS CLUB 5 1 02 BRI ARWOOD LANE 639-5656 1 995 MERCURY MYSTIQUE 1 II I I I I - . - t 1 1 1 I ,. II Jjlll I I stiff competition, though. Almost every child some barelytall enough to reach the micrhonc could have been "the otic" Twms and sibling acts abounded, and some kids brought their own props, including a violin, a small guitar and you guessed it a hot dog. It was hard to see who was having more fun, the kids singing or the parents clicking away their cameras. "Fortunately, I'm not the one doing the judging because so many of them are so cute," said Melanie McCullough, one of the college-age "hot doggers" who travel with the Wienermobilc. She filmed the potential stars for the audition. This was the first time Oscar Mayer has conducted a public talent search, Wienermobile manager Russell Whitacre said. The four tryouts were considered dry runs to gauge the respoiise. Oscar Mayer will send six Wienermobilcs to 50 cities across the nation this summer to find that special boy or girl between 4 and 12 years old. Out of the 100.000 children , company officials expect to dispute, lingers on Lathrop a bridge he doesn't think RAMAC owns. However, at one time it did. RAMAC and Downtown Racine Corp. formed a partnership in about 1980 called Railroad Property Associates. The partnership bought the Milwaukee Rrffld right-of-way from Willow Road to Racine's lake-front. , The partnership's purpose was to sell off land to adjacent businesses and homeowners. Any remaining property in the city was deeded to the city when the partnership was dissolved about eight years ago, according to Caron. He said Railroad Property sold the right-of-way at Lathrop Avenue to Wisconsin Electric. But Wisconsin Electric officials claim they did not buy the viaduct itself only the land along the right-of-way. LEGISLATIVE HEARINGS Tuesday Assembly Education, 9:30 a.m., 417 North: AB 347, public school choice. Assembly Tourism and Recreation, 1 p.m., Minocqua Town Hall: tourism, hunting and fishing provisions of AB '150. budget bill. Assembly Urban and Local Affairs. 10 a.m.. 119 Martin Luther King Blvd., Madison: AB 133, snowmobiles on roads; AB 204. abandoned stolen ' . vehicles; AB 256. return of lost money or goods; AB 282, municipal budget summaries. Wednesday Senate Health, Human Services and Don't miss out on all these other great summer activities: Aquacise Sand Volleyball Swimming Tennis Plus Much More! , What We Have To Offer! Pool Opens Sunday, . May 28th!! I Ktar window ilel Rear stat he at tlo Ckartojt paint i A Bryant Hinkle, Beloit, tapes videotape, 20 grand prize winners will fly to Florida to try out lor a television commercial, company officials said. "There's a lot of little hams out there that like to put on a show," Whitacre said. "We wish all 50 cities will be like Madison." Keely Marks hoped her two j daughters, Sara, 5, and Melissa, 4, would be among the finalists. But more importantly, she thought it would be fun for the girls, and she The question of ownership became a prime concern on Sept. 7, 1993, the day Tadd Anderson performing an admittedly foolish stunt on a railing fell off the viaduct and dropped 25 feet onto the street. He fractured his skull, collapsed a lung and broke a wrist in two places. , In the days after the mishap. Jerry Anderson and neighbors Vickie and Terry Merlins demanded the city do something about the dangerous viaduct, but were told it does not pose a significant danger. Deputy City Attorney Daniel Wright said this week the city's investigation into ownership of the span concluded that it is owned by RAMAC. "It would be our opinion RAMAC became owner by virtue of their being a major partner in the now- Aging, 9 a.m., 421 South: SB 119. incompetency; AB 243. general relief; AB 244, protective placements; AB 245, community options, aging and family support programs. Assembly Financial Institutions. 9:30 a.m.. 318 Southwest: AB 40. veterans m'ortgages; AB 239. escrow interest waiver; AB 267. mortgage insurance. ' Assembly Ways and Means. 9:30 a.m.. 417 North: AB 191 and AB 323. -Homestead credit. Assembly Colleges and Universities. 10 a.m., 119 Martin Luther King Blvd., Madison: AB 74. 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"We bought all the property on each side, but we did not buy the bridge. We specifically excluded the viaduct from any purchase agreement." Meanwhile, the viaduct remains without a fence or signs to keep people off. "It just irritates the heck out of me that no one owns it," Vickie Mertins said. "The graffiti's terrible. I'm concerned someone else will fall off." Madison: AB 278. fiscal estimates for rules; AB 300, legislative raises. Senate and Assembly Tourism, 1:30 p.m., 213 Southeast: SB 146, forbidding schools from beginning . classes until Sept. 1; tourism issues. Thursday Assembly Rural Affairs, 9 a.m.. 119 Martin Luther King Blvd.. Madison: AB 59ethanol subsidies; AB 303, auctioneers. Assembly Criminal Justice and Corrections. 10 a.m.. 417 North: AB 13, trespass; AB 188. stepparents; AB 229, domestic abuse; AB 293. firearm possession; AB 331. handgun transfer records. .13. Numb Fingers'. 14. Hip Pain 15. Tight Muscles 16. Aching Feet This entire examination is FREE. 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