Racine Journal Times, July 1, 1953, Page 4

Racine Journal Times

July 01, 1953

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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - July 1, 1953, Racine, Wisconsin ft ACINI JOURNAL . TIMES 4 Wednesday, Inly I, USS first Polio Case Reported Here Racine'* first case of polio of the ISM season was reported Friday. Dr. Albert C. Edwards, city health commissioner, described the case as non-paralytic polio. The victim is a 6-ycar-old girl, who lives on the near northside. She was taken to St. Mary's Hospital for observation. Dr. Edwards said the State Board of Health has requested health departments to keep separate records of paralytic and nonparalytic cases for purposes of more accurate study. Cases which present only symptoms of polio and fever are classed presumptive polio, and paralytic cases are defined as those in which definite weakness or paralysis has been detected, the Board of Health related Earlier Than filial This year, gamma globulin, extracted from blood given during Red Cross blood donation drives, will be distributed for use in persons 19 years of age or less who live in the same household in which a clinically diagnosed acute case has occurred, and also for Ute in pregnant women who are household contacts to acute cases, the city health commissioner explained The first Racine case this year was reported ll days earlier than last year, and was somewhat earlier than in recent years. Assault Trial Enters 2d Day Don't Waste Water-Plea FIEST BOAT AT OAK CREEK — First coal boat to unload at the Wisconsin Electric Power Company's Oak Creek power plant docked Tuesday morning. It was th* self-unloading steamer Sierra of the Columbia Transportation Co. out of South Chicago. Although the plant still is under construction, coal unloading op- 0i ~ -Journal Ti mf! Phot® erations will continue every other day until 250,000 tons have been put on the 900-foot square dock. When the plant is completed to it* capacity, it will consume approximately 1,600.000 tuns < f ct .ii annually. The completed plant will coat an estimated $100,000,000. It is located on the shore at the Milwaukee-Racine County line. tlvely high humidity have increased the problem in the West Racine area and innumerable complaints have poured into the City Hall. The public hearing is the result of demands by the City of Racine that the Board of Health step in For the first time in the history a,u* find an immediate solution. of the Racine Water Department, it has been necessary to filter more than 18 million gallons of water a day. The average filtration for June was 18.032.000 gallons a day The previous record was 17,504,-000 gallons a day, made In June 1950 Water Department Manager Walter A. Pcirce said it also was the first time it has been necessary to deliver more than 17 million gallons to the city. The average delivered by high lift pumpage was 17,207,000, compared to the previous record of 16,678.000 gallons recorded in June, 1950. Broadcast® Appeal. Peirce said between 6 and 8 p. rn Tuesday, the city was using water at a rate of nearly 33‘» million. gallons a day, of which 27 4 million was being pumped and 6 million supplied from the Fifteenth St. standpipe. Because of excessive water consumption, the water department manager today broadcast an appeal to the public. "We are asking users not to waste water," Peirce said. "This gives all an opportunity to have sufficient supply." He pointed out that lawns fare better if well watered two or three times a week than if they are sprinkled lightly each day. BUSINESS AS USUAL CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. —OJ.PJ —A quick thinking hen didn’t let the construction of a naw chicken house here disrupt production. She strutted up to the back porch of tho farmhouse, sat down in an egg basket and loft her daily quota ready for delivery. DR. HENRY WYNSTRA DENTIST returning from two years in the armed services announces the opening of his offices at 812 Vi MAIN STREET Ottica Hours: 9 to 6 doily except Thursdoy ohemoon. Phone 4-6056 Jury trial continued the second day for Lrs’ie Porter. 37, of 1615 Mead St., charged with assault with Intent to do great bodily harm. School Board Accepts Bids for 5 New Units board -found that by combining the low bids of four firms, it would be possible to have the necessary The Board of Education Tuesday afternoon voted to award con-Porter is accused of flashing at' tracts for the immediate con * true-Policeman Glenn Clickner with a tion of multi-purpose room add!-    nll,mhin# knife on April 14. when Clickner    Uons to five of the    city's older ele-    J}**?1*    I went to th. Porter horn. to In-    ntentery tebooU.    **• “    . FteterCUckjwr Cbut Thf un‘:* "‘I! r'p!ar' th;rd from the ordinal bid, which were r ii i « Llickner bu auditoriums which were closed by j ejected two weeks ago as execs* not critically injured.    order of the State Industrial Com- fi'e The defense has contended that minion as unsafe and fire ha/- .    mmrmrA Porter was shot after ha had arda. The multi-purpose rooms will ^ £ A    d ricmn slammed the door when he did not be used during the achool day for _    *    .... „ .    . rtcoitnlr. Cloner and ht, p.rt-.urt.o-v.su.I work, phy.lcl «du-    i*4**08 J* =» Iter, Man in Weber, both of whom    cation propam,.    Atter Khool    “"J “ were In uniform. Porter told he    hour, the room, will be available    «•**»•    “ *“** ala abed ,t th. policeman to toll to nriehb,,rhood eommunlty .cliv. £5“ wotk •* low bld °* «»•’ defense after the shooting.    Ity centers, such aa the FTA meet-,    *    »    .    ^ _ Clickner and his partner said togs. Roy »nd Girl Scout affairs.' The Stile* Engineering[Co. that Porter'! wife opened the door    *nd recreation department    activl- SIM Washington Ave. was the :    ”    ti#®    tow bidder for the plumbing work and that Porter pushed her aside. ^    in the additions to be constructed swung his knife at Clickner and Totil cost of the construction Garfield Howell Roosevelt then slammed the door. Clickner    progr    rn will be    $508,399    $80,000    . w^nijov^ Schools' The Henry' toto he fired .t Porter .. th. door    above    what th.    botod had    "^-.r'smtto pTumbto, J.J VV doling. The bullet passed Mid tost fall.    j    st.    was    low    bidder for the Savteg ef 84.066    plumbing work    In    the Lincoln The    board reached its    decision    School addition, after opening the aecond bids for Heating contracts wert awarded heating    and plumbing work.    The ^ Sule# q,    for    work at the I    Lincoln and Winslow    units, to the MARY E. TI RISER. 26. of 50? Center St., was arraigned In Municipal Court this morning on a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily harm. She requested an attorney and the case was adjourned to July 7. Mrs. Turner was released under $250 bond. She is accused of stabbing Rose Powell. 28, of 1413 Twelfth St., during an argument last Sunday evening in the 1200 block on Herrick Ave. Mrs. Powell was treated at St. Mary’s Hospital for a knife wound in her back and another in her arm. ANNUAL INSPECTION of PUBLIC HEARINGS will be Call Hearing On Sewage Issue Complainants about the stagnant pool odors emitting from Grace-tand Cemetery will have a chance to air their objections before the State Board of Health in mid-July. .    ...    _    . .    . Arrangements are being made held 7:30 p. rn. Thursday before jQr a public hearing, the City Council'* traffic commit- The odor> are cauf4d ^ , tee on the proposed pedestrian s^rfam carrying raw sewage and control ordinance, which would mdustrial waste from wwl of the) make jaywalkers subject to arrest, cU Umitg whlch accumuiate, in and also a proposal to rnstaU two- sUgnaLOt pooll in Craceland Ceme-hour parking meters on both sides tery of Junction Ave., from Washing- Hi h    and    m*- ton Ave. to the spur track froumt Junction Ave. ii.:.) the H.».ia F«>un-dry Co. At present, parking meters exist only on the west curb of Junction Avem from Washington Ave. to 80 feet south. How do you cheese your investments? When it comr* to establishing an investment program, too many investors make mistake of depending entirely upon their own limited knowledge of securities and busine* cond it Kina. 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Colorr.o.j.—fU P - M -ton S E.‘enhower. brother spec.ii re prevent a*, ive of the I' 5 President, left today for Quito, Temperatures (For 24 hours ended at 8 a. rn Ecuador, ending e four-day good today). will visit her*. City High u* 3 J I •e* I a- k o Racine ...... of his at ay here impeding educa Madison .... tional ins'.i’.utlHM and visiting Milwaukee .. scenes of historic interest. (Chicago..... Bogota was his second stop on Detroit...... e good will tour which eventually Miami ...... will take him to IO Latin Ameri New York . can countries. U. S. Assistant Sec New Orleans SS retary of State John M. Cabot and Denver ...... a s eeable official party are ac Phoenix ..... companying the President'* broth Los Angeles er on the tour. I Seattle..... Feichter and Netzinger Co, 516 Fourteenth St., for installation at Garfield and Roosevelt additions, and to the Advance Heating Co., JIO Hemek Ave , fur the Howell unit. >w In rev ie vrng the bids, the school corr. ti ..    ■ n.-r« decided to include mrnrnmmm la each multi-pur rilpoaa nom. Five tables will be in 78 stalled in each unit. The tables are 68 similar to th* ones in th* Jerstad- Camp Chippecotton, the Racine involving property damage only. County Boy Scout Camp on Pleas-;Clint Cobb, 68. of 3104 Packard ant Lake, vail be made this after- Ave . was fined $35 in Mum :pal of noon by the healthy and safety Court this rn ming. Cobb admitted commitet* of the Scout Council, failing to stop after his auto hit a Dr. James C. Cook, chairman; parked car Thursday r.i^ht in the Hotter’ rvorer.son c,f the Racine 900 blbck un Washington Ave. Safety Council, Vyant Gausche of the Racine Fire Prevention Bureau. and Chester Wood, safety engineer of the J. I. Case Co. PETITION s.gncd by 83 em-ploys* of Hamilton Beach Co. protesting inadequate bus service on Rapids Drive immediately after 3 35 p mo daily has been filed with the city clerk's office. In a letter from Charles L. Karns, secretary of Local 577. the petitioners complained that under present service, they miss their trains and buses. FOURTEENTH ST. BEACH opened this afternoon for regular bathing. The park department announced that beach hour* will be VMM Mug FREEMAN’S 78 Afcrholm School which pull down h! 77 out of Ute wall and atter uaa can'11'* *u,rd* *“‘*n'd *° rourt"nth Mayor Gives in, Okays Sale of Cap Pistols 70 be folded back, flush with the 62 wall. 81 Th* multi-purpose units will be 60 an overall 40 by 78 by 18 feet, at-31 tached to each of the school build-— togs by an enclosed corridor. Each unit will include a playing floor, 34 by 34 feet, an 18 foot deep stage, a kitchen, and storage space. St. beach are Thomas Miottel and Herbert Chrlstopherson. BOGER DAHLKE, ll, of 1842 North Wi‘ unsin St . suffered a bruised left leg Tuesday when his bicycle and an auto collided at Forest and Hamilton St*. Driver of the car was Charlet Jandl Jr 28, of 1949 Lawn St. Toy cap pistols and the ammu- merchants for their co-operation nition for them may be legally in withholding tale of the capa told in Racine rf?, ‘ne irr.medi- .md pinto It t ‘^ M<>r. mn an I Tun-etely. Mayor John Gothner dead- day on request of police. Police ed this noon.    Inspector    John    Secanky said The mayor    said    he    received    a    merchants    who had been telling bulletin fr< rn    I be    !.< ag .<■    ut    Wn-    the items    were    notified of the eon Mr. Municipal.! m-s this irn-m- mayor’s order to enforce the ordi-lng indicating that the League's nance Tuesday, but it had not legal counsel believes the ftat* been necessary to make any aria w signed by Gov. Kohler earlier rests. RPI MHO Mpuradif city Ogdi-I    Three    Youth*    Fined nance* prohibiting caps and cap Three youths were fined in pistols.    Municipal    Court    this morning. Rescind* Order    i however, tW violating Bit ftot# In a letter to Police Chief works ordinance. (The bill signed Joseph Konicek, Jr, the mayor by the governor does not permit stated he was “reluctantly" re- fireworks other than raj* and cap sanding an order he had issued pistols.) Each was fined $5 and Tuesday that the ordinance be court costs of $4 09. They are enforced He pointed out that the Jerry Gross, 18, of 2813 N. Wis-aty attorney also believes the cornin St.; Carl II. Kundman, 30. state law supersede* the local of 226 Wolff St, and Stephan ordinance since th* law WM off!- Myer. 18, of 701 William St. I'. -dally published in the state news- hee arrested them Tuesday night paper at Madison '! ay latter th* J*Uths admitted throw-The mayor thanked Racine mg firecrackers from their car. 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