The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on August 9, 1959 · Page 6
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August 9, 1959

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 6

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SfT. 1, Pajr City Briefs Jean Nctcrval, Yorkvlllc 4-H club member, pnntdcs the RInck AnRim slcer which won the grand championship of the naby Reef show at the Racine County Fair. Thia mikea it two-ln-a-row for the younR lady who showed (he IflSS Rtand champion also. The champion, which weighed 1.005 pounds, was purchased at auction for .IS'/j c*nt» a pound. _ , Saturday Crowd One of Largest at County Fair (Continued from Page 1) •Srhwrhi/, Linwnod; Hill Mo\ l"^ and William Henderson, 'I'ork villG. Fifteen youths rnmpclrcl in the contest, whicli inchuiiul a ."iO-qiiestion written cx.uninii- tion, a safety check in whirli operators had to list nioclian- iral defects, and two drivinU: tests to judge dexterity, safety,| and speed. The contest was conducted by Albert DcDcync. Daniel Williams. Art Weber .Ir. and Kenneth .lacobs, assisted by Norbert Schachlncr, county 4-H| Club aRcnl. Barbara Rynders, member of Trautwein 4-H Club, and Esther Hahneman, Tucker 411 Club, were selected by Miss Ruth^ Die/., Milwaukee, iudpe of tbcj daily dress reviews at the county fair, to represent Racine CnuiUy at the state fair dress review later this month. Demonstration Winners Miss Rynders modeled a beige wool jumper and Miss Hahneman, a "best dress for summer," a blue and white cotton print. Selected as alternates were Donna Ball and Sandra Peterson, both of the Yorkville 411 Club. Two winners were naiiu 'd Saturday ninht in 4 11 demon strations. Lynne llunn, of the Raymond 4-H Club, was named I'aik Department crews will until the city makes final pay- in the "home economics" di- bonin development of a portion ment. vision for "No Guessing with a of ll 'R lakcfront property be- with thi .s purchase three Gusset," a project in dress- iwecn Kewaunee and Barker years ago the city came into making, and Frances Lena, of streets whicli the city pur- ownership of all the land alon^l the Dover 4-11, in the jjeneral chased three years ago for park the cast side of Michigan boule-| division, for "How to Make a land. vard between the Racine Waterl Key Ca.se." Both will be recom-^ The City Council has author-Plant and the north limits of mended for participatinjj in ized grading, removal of con- Zoo Park, demonstrations at the state crctc foundation and piers, and fair. the leveling of topsoil at a cost Twenty-nine cars were en- not to exceed $,'l,00O. tered in the quarter midget Some of the broken concrete . r 11 i ii races. Results in the Class A already has been removed andrallS at MOITie feature were Gary Lushine. the area made more usable as , MilwauKee, first; Cathy Anthe-park property. Persons were injured nonsen. Kenosha, second, and The city purcha.sed the prop- ''''^'^"'^"-^ MISS ORVILLA REIMANN, 77, of 206 i.'ith St., who was, curator of fhe Hoy bird collec-! tion at the Courthouse, diedi Saturday night at .St. Luke'sj Hospital. VANDALS have done an estimated $90 dama;ie to the! women's washroom at the ls-| ^land Park pavilion, police wcrej jtold Saturday, Police said washbowl was torn c)ff the' wall. ANNUAL CONVENTION of the Wisconsin County Officers! Assn., which opens in l.a Crosse next Sundciy, will be| jattended by Circuit Court Clerk T^dward F. Daley, Register of I Deeds .Stanley Rialerki, County jTreasurer .lohn Gothner and 'Municipal Court Clerk Royal Schaefcr. The n.ssociation last, ,year held its annual convcn-i Hon in Racine. The four-day! program includes talks and discussions on new legislation and procedures affecting the county officers. HOURS at the Washington Park Pool for the remaining two weeks of the season h;ivc lieeii clinngcd st.uliiiK lotl;iy. The pool vvill he open on Sundays fiuni 1 to W:M) [I ni. only During the reiiiiuiuler of the week, Monday Ihroufih Salur day, hours will be !».'!() am. to nf )on, I to .'>:.•{() p in , (he Recreation Department .innouiKcd. YOUN(J RFinjBLICANS of Racine C o vi n t y will meet Wednesday night to elect a vice cliairman to su( ceed I heo- dore V. Witheril, who recently was elected chairman, 'llie county YCiOP has also announced reorgani/.alion of its newsletter, fhe Repubiigram. Cameron Smith, helping Serving on the editorial stafi t,.;,, her in science for the Kaare Willard T. Walker, I'aul M. Weyrich, .lames Morrison. Paul B. Lange and Witheril. A winding path to the river cuts through the .10-acre tract of land which the VWCA has purchased with money donated by three Racine industrial foundations. The properly was inspected by foundation and YWCA officials pictured in inset. They are, from left, Mrs. Francis H. —JoiiniRl-Tlmi'.i Photos Wendt, president of the YWCA board; Mrs. Gordon R. Walker, chairman of the YWCA's program planning committee; Don Black of Western Printing & Lithographing Foundation; William Jasperson, Walker Manufacturing Co. Foundation, and Leslie Paffrath, Johnson Foundation. He Spends Summer in Science Research cine Public School system, is a Industries Give 30-Acre Property to YWCA for Outdoor Program A gift by three Racine in-;dation shared equally in tholhad used the lakcshore area, participant in a research pro-dustrial foundations has en-$27,.'i00 donation to the YWCA.'now occupied by the new Pub- i^iMt^n '^'^'^ school teachers ablcd the Racine YWCA lopur-; jhe land is located along the'l'C Library, for outdoor activ- DLMOCRAIIC PARTY of of science at the University of cha.se :U) acres of land along . r • ^, ilies. Since construction of the Racine County will meet Moii- Wisconsin at Madison. Smith Root River to be used for an ^ J" , ilibrary, however, 'Y officiaLs day night at 7;.'{0 at llagle ilail is conducting experiments on expanded program of outdoor"'Y ^^J^'i.said, outdoor events have been to discuss nlans for ;,.,n,,.-,i ii ,o nnaniitaiive determination activities. ^^"^ ^''^a "sed by the:„ , , ,.„,. „„. , , , /, i.>»Hiu, ouiuool evenis nave neen :,?lL\^\^.!''M ;'f .!^*!^:l !icurtailed because of lack of an day night at 7;.'i0 at llagi to discu.ss plans for its annual the c|u,-.„.. ..„n.uo,. „ , . iRacine YMCA for its summer'^;!""'": "T^ fund-raising .lefferson-.lacksoii ot hromme by gas chroma- The Walker Manufacturing ^^^^ jj^g YWCA proper-' ' Day dinner, scheduled tenia- lom.iphy. The program is spon- Co. Foundation, the Western ty\vas purchased from J. Les- tively for Oct. :{ at Danish sored by the National Science Printing & Lithographing Foun- ^gj, Johnson'- 3.'j2 Wickham Brotherhood HnW. M nuiulalion. 'dalion and the .lohnson Foun- Blvd who also owns the land .i(Mirii »l -'rimf« Fhoto» Barbara Rynders, mombcr of Trautwcin 4-H Club, and Esther Hahneman, Tucker 4-H (^luh, won the drciis review competition and were named to represent Racine County at the State Fair dress review later this month. Miss Rynders modeled a beige wool jumper and Miss Vlahnc- man, blue and white cotton print. Crews to Clear and Grade Lakeshore Site Near Beach being used by the YMCA. Eye Pavilion 1 Mrs. Francis H. Wendt, prcs- jidenl of the YWCA board of jdirectors, said the property will jbe used both for summer and jwinlcr sports and for social Easter Seal Camp Begins Two weeks' vacation for more than 100 handicapped , ,, , • adults, including seven from activities especially by teen-^^^^^j^ ^.,„ ^^^^^ agers and tam.ly groups. l^-.^^p Wawbeek at Wisconsin Plumbing facilities and a DQUS vu/r 'u'^ 'I'' The camp is operated by the YWCA hopes eventually to Wisconsin Easter Seat Society bui d a pavi ion on the site, . , . • j j • Mrs. Wendt said. •''^'^ funds received during the annual Easter Seal campaign. F'uture use of the property is . ,, . « n^, • . ibeing planned by Mrs. Gordon^ ^^Z'""^ ^^'B- ^-^.^ P^'-'"^. IR. Walker, chairman of the '^j^ 'r '^l'^f ^f" ward Bebock, 14.^.5 N. Main St. program planning committee, Mary Burmcister, 2001 16th St.. Mary Holding, 1914 Taylor .lournal-Ttnii!!! Photo of 1.146 Prospect St., who was 2 Persons Hurt 'and members of her group. i Recruit Work Groups '^..^ Klcanor Shilling. 3010 In addition to summer and ivth St., Wayne Smith, 2125 winter sports, activities such s. Green Bay Rd., Betty Wahl, as outdoor cooking, nature fiins Washington Ave., and study, camping and picnicking,Howard Yandell, 1433 Racine are being planned, Mrs. Walker st. said. Work groups will be re- Adaptations in games such cruitcd from among YWCA as archery. Softball andl shuf- iFlsie Fei-'in '>0 of 1T5G KC-''^^"^*^^ ^'^^'^'^''^^i'lc'^oard make it possible for i ..',.„no„ 'c:? Li,n'w..c nnt hur. i^^^ ^'^^ '^"^ rcudyTor use, bulipcrsons with restricted movc- Uvaunee bt., wno was not hurt. f,^_ nrpcpi-vintr -.c' . ^ , ~- ., plans tail tor preseiving as ,-ncnts to' play. Table games. I'schmann was reported in much of the wild life as pos- eraft work and evening by "good" condition late Saturday,sible. campfire will be part of the Wawbeek holii/ay. The YWCA for many years third. Billy the lake shore. i (jnueierminea injuries were"' '"^ unvci.'*, uawrfiice r. tne numper ot Mrs Turner's Chandler, of Unionj Under terms of the sale, the suffered by John .1. Suprak. 37, Linker. 22, of 1346 Prospect car and then crashed head-on balked UO the fastesi cilv io nnv/ino <t I'> f ;on .ii.>ll>, nf }'V)\ \Vat!t Ct #-ii ;.St SUffprpH a rnninmiiifl (ran. ; i i..- _ , Undetermined injuries were - I i.-'iiuiri iciiM.*. ui ine saie, me -•'"iiiricu uy junn .i. ;>upraK, I• riu.ipcii car ana men crashed head-on Oroye, chalked up the fastesi city is paying $12,500 annually of 1321 West St., when he fell St., suffered a compound frac- into the car driven by Mrs. for 10 years. The agreemenV down basement steps at his ^he right leg and numer-Maddick, deputies said. qualifying time. Trophies for for the midget races by Russell Vyvyan, ville. Trophies for for 10 years. The agreemenV down basement steps at his ^he right leg and numer-Maddick, de were donated permits five residences along tavern, the Victory Bar, at 1348 ^us cuts and bruises, lie was' i,^ .^i-, 'an, of York- Michigan boulevard which are State St. He was treated at St. iepo'"ted in "good" condition at (|;,y ,jjj^|,'t Ipart of the site to be occupied Mary's Hospital and released. Luke's Hospital Saturday streets _ niotit • . -I A woman passerby comforted Lawrence E. Tinker, 22, „. . one of six persons injured in a thrce-c.nr accident .Saturday afternoon. 6 Persons Suffer Injuries in 3'Car Mishap in County night at St. Luke 's Hospital. Si.x persons were injured laie^ncr, (50, of Route 1, who was Wallace B. Koski, 23, of 2008 mm^rmnrnr^nrnr^wnwnwnw ^l ^wnmnwmw %mmwn,mmwm Saturday afternoon in a three-,not injured. ^^.^ suffered head and SUUUUUUUUDDDUUDQUQUDDDD 17th ANNUAL FEAST of ASSUMPTION Sacred Heart FestM End of State St, and West High St„ Racino, Wis. Fri. Evening, Sat. and Sun. Atternoon and Eve. Au};usl 1 llh, J5lh, aiul 16lh Sdiulay Proco.sioii at I :.^0 p.iii. lUEi: ADMISSION Bruce Anihenon.sen, KeiK .sha. erty n 95^ t Glenna Gruhn, 4, of 2410>'"7;:^'^7^' \M>lo .oad! Hook Bumpers chest injuries .Saturday after third. Finish in the Class A Michigan boulevard to the lake Taylor Ave., suffered a f,.ae-""^ ^s";^^':'' Iwo other: Shcntl s deputies said the ac- noon when his auto coJIided consolation contest was Jeff between Kewaunee and llark^ t^'red arm when .she fell at her,»'^'"«°"'' mjured in sep- ,i,,,,„ apparently occurred as with a parked car at (ith'street Dunham, Milwaukee, first; er except for four snndl par- lH )me. She was released by St.l«'"«\'^ ^""^."'^ 1-inker's automobile was at-""'' P»'>^ f'-^'^'e- Koski was Ricky Barlow, Racine, .second, eels. The portion of the proper- Mary's Ho.spital after treat-;'"/"^^^'^y-, . , lenipting to pass Mrs. Turner's, treated at St. Lukes Hospital and Don Neary, Milwaukee, ty to be improved is that along n^ent - . n niijuiif; ID pass mrs. i urner s. "'•-•"^•^ "i - M In the three-car crash, one rhe Lin! ier auto hooked onto '^"'^ released, of the drivers, Lawrence E.jthe bumper of Mrs. Turner's' jideni early Satur at Kith and Mead . ..,,^.1.^, i .awrence W. Esch- nigl^L nmnn, 21. of 1200 N. Wiscon- List Injured sin St,, suffered a severe arm! 1530 Carlisle The other injured persons, all ''^'t and minor knee cuts, when'Aug. 8. of whom also were treated at il>t' motorcycle he was riding^ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fccsl St. Luke's were Mrs. Conrad .I. <-'^i "ide(l with an automobile. 2911 Olive St., a daughter Basterash, 21, of 2827 Sunrise Driver of the car was Mrs. Aug. 8. Rd., leg injuries; Mrs. Frederick As Reported by St. Mary's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sharp, Ave., a son, —JouriKl-Tlnies Hhoio SAFETY MEN STUDY FIRES—A new extinguisher which sprays powder to put out a fire was dernonstrated at a fire school held by the Wisconsin Natural Gas Co, ^ at ltf;«r©«*Wiining grounds at Lake Ave. and 2d St, More than 600 industrial employes ^'mnt fiiiiMWi 'i»aaLilacine,J^nQsha> Milwiiukee and Burlington attende^l the three sessions. Schildt. 45, of 1732 Linden Ave., leg i n j u r i e s; Mrs. Schildt's daughter. Marilyn Linders, 12, of 1732 Linden Ave., leg injuries; Darlene Larson, 9, of Mcnomonie, Wis., eye cut and leg bruises; and Mrs. Ellen M. Maddick, 40, ot 1424 Oaklawn Dr., bruises and face cuts. Mrs. Maddick and Miss Linders were reported in "good" condition Saturday night at the hospital. 'J'he other three persons were released after treatment. All five were passengers in an auto driven by Mrs. Maddick. 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