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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 7, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin .1 bulletin a font 7, 1960 see. 1, Page 8 life preservers attract vandals vandals have been wreaking havoc with Harbor commission attempts to maintain life preservers at several City locations. In the past year according to commissioner Fred m. Young nine preservers have been destroyed. First photo from left shows one of six preservers on North pier. There Are stands for 12. Second one of the empty stands for a life preserver on South pier. Third empty Hooks for preserver on the state St. Bridge where u 10 journal times photos year old boy drowned last week. Arrow Points to one of two life preservers on the main St. Bridge. Fifth damaged unused Lifeboat Cradle hoist on main St. Bridge. Eagerly share views. Adventures Friendly youth from canal zone wins hearts of Racine scouts Burlington streets committee oks Blacktop for 3 streets a boy scout who travelled More than 2,300 Miles northward from the canal zone to live As a Racine scout for four weeks returned Home to Cristobal this weekend with a significant impression scouts truly live their code of being Friendly. And if Racine scouts who met Oscar Lloyd Ellis or. Would have their Way they would have Oscar stay on forever. Returns Friendship there was t a Day that Oscar spent at Racine county Camp Chipp Cotton on pleasant Lake for instance that he swapped his autograph. And As guest of the Racine county he modestly admits to signing Council of boy scouts for about 200. I he walks about a mile four one of the most unusual As times a Day to and from school pets of his visit to the Jam which he reluctantly admitted Boree was his joining with a As he boarded his plane begins group of boy scouts from again on monday morning. Panama All of whom he knew in a song fest. Commented Oscar it was strange getting together with these boys All of us so far from Oscar s Host during his Racine stay was Kenneth Nielsen of 2105 Ashland ave. Who served As a unit Leader at Camp Chipp Cotton. Life in Wisconsin he found was Little Dif Burlington the streets committee of the Burlington City Council saturday voted to recommend the elimination of Concrete surfacing on three of the four streets slated to be paved by the Board of Public works. Of 44 Width the committee also voted to recommend that Wainright was t surrounded by boys Ferent than in the canal zone eager to share thoughts and adventures. Oscar no sooner would seat himself on a Knoll or at the waterfront than he would attract shouts of greetings and spontaneous cheers from All within sight. A slight Stampede would develop As each boy sought the privilege of getting the seat next to him. Food is generally the same television is about the same. But your buildings he added there Are so Many tall ones All much larger than we have Back emphasize pioneering the scouting program in Racine he Learned is not much different. Because the Racine Camp is located on a Lake. Perhaps this 17-year-old� which his Camp is not Emp a scout from the International j boy scouts of the canal zone would t admit it but this happened because he readily returned their Friendship with a smile that seemed never to disappear with cheerfulness that seemed never to Wane with kindness that seemed never to ebb. But Oscar had to return Home this week to resume studies. To make this month Long trip earned by Competition with other canal zone scouts Oscar was granted a month Long leave from school. He is a Junior in High school and his being away Means quite a bit for the school year in canal zone is Only 8 months Long. Four months of the year from february to May it gets too hot for school sessions. The youth who serves As Junior assistant scoutmaster with his unit in the canal zone and also served in this capacity with the Jamboree contingent was quite popular at Colorado Springs. In fact he participated in the traditional swapping but instead of neckerchief and patches he Sis is on the waterfront. At their Camp Panama scouts emphasize pioneering aspects More lashing building log towers cooking their own meals tying various knots. Two things he will carry Back with him from Camp Chipp Cotton 1. Memory of a Canoe trip on the Fox River from big Bend to Waterford which ended abruptly during the violent rainstorm last wednesday when i was soaked before i knew it was raining 2. A collection of leaves from Trees located at Camp for we Don t have your Trees rth Hrzan Telephone meditation offers Ferent uniforms scarves and a i t  neckerchief which he Man f5cqpe ft017 Holly i bus ions the daily meditation for Racine area residents is recorded each night. The Rev. G. N. Busarow above pastor of St. John s evangelical lutheran Church 1501 Erie St., tapes the message through a special Telephone Hookup in his study. Roumal a mics photo ave. Be constructed at a 44 foot Width rather than the 40 foot Width recommended by the Board of Public works. Several persons attending the meeting heard Aid. John Coleman committee chairman state that Public hearings on the proposed projects had already been held but that if something that had not been discussed at the hearings was to be brought up the committee would listen. When the Council discussed the Board of Public works recommendation to pave Lewis and Briody streets several persons objected charging petitions presented to the Council favouring Concrete did not reflect the wishes of the majority of the property owners. The committee then voted to recommend that the streets be improved with curb and Gutter and bituminous surfacing. The committee recommendation included the same surfacing for Amanda St., Between Lewis St. And Briody St. The Only Street to remain in the Concrete paving program was Oakland blvd., from Rose Ann drive South to its dead end. On the Resolution authorizing curb and Gutter and bituminous surfacing on Oakland ave., Lincoln St., Garfield St. And Wainwright ave., the committee voted to recommend adoption. On Oakland ave., Between Geneva St. And Rose Ann drive the committee recommended the Street be constructed at its present Width of 29 feet. Represents Compromise Wainwright ave., the subject of much controversy As to its Width was discussed by several persons present and the committee and a Compromise agreement was reached. Several property owners on the Street including the Burlington High school District first Walker scholar miss Judy Busarow received Ono of two College scholarships awarded for the first time this year by Walker manufacturing co. Of Racine from John w. Armstrong company vice president. Looking on is her father Nick Busarow of 3301 n. Main St., a tool and die maker at Walker for 38 years. Miss Busarow a lutheran High school graduate will enter Concordia teachers College. River Forest iii., next month. Her four year scholarship includes tuition Board and room and incidental expenses. A son of a Walker employee in Jackson mich., received the second Walker scholarship. Group suggests state adopt annual Auto inspection plan aged to Trade or received As gifts. Oscar Hopes to carry the Story of his experiences with the Racine scouts literally from Ocean to Ocean. His scout Council takes up both sides of the canal zone touching on the Atlantic and the Pacific. And hell have plenty of time to reflect on his adventures try these words for a sheer magnificence of spirit the pastor s voice on the other end of the Telephone suggested. We Are afflicted in every Way but not crushed. Perplexed but not driven to despair. Persecuted but not forsaken the voice continued. These words opened one of the daily meditations which Racine residents began hearing Over their telephones last week. The minute Long meditations sponsored by St. John s lutheran Church Are recorded by the Church s associate pastors the Rev. A. C. Schaefer and the Rev. G. N. Busarow. They can be heard by dealing the Telephone number which was published in saturday s journal times. Persons can find this moment of daily meditation useful in the hectic Rush of their everyday lives. Pastor Busarow explained. It gets them to think about god and serves to release tensions he said. The spiritual messages Are changed each Day. The meditations by Telephone Are new to Racine although similar programs Are underway in other cities including Milwaukee and Chicago. Both pastors at St. John s Church have their own recorder which automatically answers a Call and proceeds with the recorded message. The congregation Hopes to continue with the meditations indefinitely pastor Busarow said. I responsible i dents. For Many Acci Milwaukee pan advisory traffic Law enforcement committee recommended saturday that the Wisconsin legislature consider establishing an annual motor vehicle safety inspection program. The subcommittee on traffic Law enforcement of the Highway advisory committee urged the the Street be con said that compulsory inspect strutted at its platted 53 Iorii ded because motor Width. Other property owners. Objected to that Width and a wanted it built at 40 feet. The committee after receiving approval from the persons c police chief attending the meeting voted j Howard o. Johnson vice to recommend that the Street chairman of the subcommittee Ibe made 44 feet wide with said that mechanical failure the exception of the portion of caused about one in each 10 the Street behind the High accidents. School building where the curb to. A suggested that be is to be constructed at the 53 .1, owners on receiving a i foot Width. This recommend .,,.ate of satisfactory and Ilion. If adopted by the City of , be required to Council will save the Trees Cert it u ate with their that caused some of the objection to the wider Street and will allow sufficient room for school buses at the rear of the High school property. J arrives in Lisbon Lisbon Portugal of president Juscelino Kubitschek of Brazil arrived saturday fora state visit to Portugal which application for License plates u i. A the committee s definition of be up its big South american vehicles included both cars and trucks. Colony in the 19th Century but still retains close cultural ties. Oscar Ellis jr., 17-year-old from the canal zone demonstrated his special scout skills to i be Host Kenneth Nielsen of 2105 Asi ave. Remove Yacc of parked on a free London someone parked a yacht in a London Street and left it there. For 10 Days it Lay on its Side in Alcot Road obstructing automobile traffic. Bewildered police finally towed the 15-foot boat away. It is anchored now among Dusty trucks in a suburban parking lot. We Are baffled said the Bobbie on the beat where the yacht was found. It s a tidy vessel Brown and White and a Orth about 500 pounds $1,400. 4 officials drown Karachi. Pakistan four officials of the government s Public works department drowned in the River in records show that 16.9 per cent of All . Households own More than one Auto com jus about 150 Miles North of pared to Only 6.2 per cent in j Karachi when their boat Cap-194., sized. Save by aug. Earn. A full 5 Donihi dividend from the 1 the St payable dec. 31. I960 first for savings in racing 4% on insured savings Racine s Only Federal savings & loan Aston. 3009 Wosh. Ave.  wort Rocine notice Dodge Street is now being re paved making it less convenient Tolian usual for Pugh customers to make payments at our main office. Until Pavin. Is completed we suggest that payments on accounts be made at any one of the following pug ii service stations Dick and Gene s service 21 St St. And Taylor ave. Uptown super service 14th St Ond Junction ave. Ronnie s Pugh service 906 West blvd. Richard s service Douglas ave. Ond a opts drive Wishau s service 3953 n. Main Street h. And r. Service 1105 slate Street Sherman s service 9800 Racine ave., Sturtevant Oil company

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