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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 28, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Pm Munitic Veu Cit if ah4 a Uhtof feb. 28, 1960 Sec. 1. Pace 4 rat my forensic winners students who were winners saturday in a University of Wisconsin Extension Center forensic meet in Racine listened to Richard c. Johnson at far right of 2601 airline rd., give an example of the speaking ability which helped him win first place participating in a panel discussion group. The other winners were seated from left Jeanette Berg of Kenosha and journal to pcs photo Bolton Atterberry of 2040 Racine St., both in panel discussion and standing from left Louise Rathman of Wau Sau. Interpretative Reading Marion Beilke of Wausau panel discussion Bradley Weinstock. Of Kenosha panel discussion and James Long of Kenosha i Adio news commentary. Seven Extension centers participated in the meet. Finalists enter a Midwest meet in Madison on March in school Board candidates Tell views on counselling unified District plan Board of education candidates have expressed opinions on counselling the adequacy of academic programs scientific and technical subjects and the unified school District plan in response to questionnaires prepared by the Racine league of women voters. Five candidates Are seeking the two Board positions which will become vacant this Spring. They Are the incumbents. Colleges Are Uncertain ask ill have the same background to their and Basic training. On academic offerings the offerings May be adequate but i doubt that most students make the Best use of them. We need greater depth and discipline in academic work. Languages. Need More stress in the lower on scientific subjects All courses. Should get stronger Edward d. Evans and mrs. I emphasis. To select Henry p. Bruner and three i science for greater emphasis newcomers to politics Gilbert would be to slant the Currick Brach jr., Bernard p. Porzak Lum away from True training for Anthony j. Sinsky on counselling counselling is Only one aspect of guidance. The need is for More guidance and counselling. School Counselor should be continually taking the pulse of Racine a pair relives newspaper trip to 3 nations it took Only 13 hours to Fly to Amsterdam to begin a whirlwind to Day tour of Europe but two Racine persons on the journey Aren t sure they Ever came Down to Earth. The pair Donald Karkow City circulation manager for the Racine journal times and John Christoffel a Carrier Salesman for the newspaper who earned the trip in a Competition covered considerable ground in Holland Belgium and France in that Short time. Eat and and take some pictures. Back in the limousine to travel some More in general that was their schedule. 5 boys in group Christoffel son of or. And mrs. Howard Christoffel 3536 Osborne blvd., won the All expense paid trip in Competition with other carriers and was cited for his excellent record. Karkow was tour Leader chosen by the journal times when the newspaper was selected to Send a representative by family weekly Magazine co sponsors. Christoffel and Karkow will relate some of their experiences in a special radio interview with Isabel Monk at. ,12.30 . Today and at 10 30 dates rally at 8 . Monday monday on the udies in Bethania lutheran Church air journal Over Wren am 1350 Orchard St. Staged by pm. Appearing at a Candi the 14th Ward 1st precinct in even As they saw travel folder scenes come to life pro vement club will be Guy f.,. Turl. Howard d. Cook and of although Ninny Edward m. Qualheim. Seeking a Home a touch of nomination As Alderman of the America seemed to be with them All the Way. Ward Richard e. La fave seek takes a stroll John in an evening stroll through Amsterdam Nom mation As supervisor Industry in order to guide our Gilbert students Brach jr., Bernard p. Porzak. U on academic off Ennis Henry p. Bruner and an to stand where French _ _ Al generally adj Jef refnes were sold and Only Matij sections equate. The problem is one off education. Balanced programming which a taste of the old dutch flavor was had in Vole dam when the boys traded their american garb for that worn by the natives in this Holland tourist town. Front left standing Are Cliff Satterwhite jr., 11, Tampa. Fla. James Williams 17, Rome a. Don Karkow City circulation manager of the Racine journal to pcs and tour Leader John Christoffel 18, 3536 Osborne blvd., who represented the Racine journal times and David Watson 11, Reno Nev. Seated is Don dowdy jr., 10, Gainesville a. Landing by plane from new York. They did t have any samples when we visited a Diamond cutting business in Amsterdam John lamented. Sights of Paris one evening the boys chaperone excluded were guests of teenage girls in a dutch Home. The girls spoke English fairly Well played Bop music and served american cold drinks. Among sights which Karkow and the journal times Carrier recall Best Are thatched roof cottages in the Countryside Coal pots on Corners at Busy enables the student to prepare for life and make a Racine students at _. On scientific subjects University of Wisconsin before setting out for America there is ample emphasis. Of a at shape Headquarters in 1.________ where police 6 cents a bag. On the Way to a their hands a visit to the International court of Justice at the Hague and a Church at Linden revealed it was Here the pilgrims prayed and Anthony j. St sky. All Are University graduates married and have children. One. Is not Likely that being in a in need trcuid7"students\jh of the University s memory 0 1 on unified school plan it Fater importance is the ave been named to commit a sprint through Paris which covered Napoleon s Tomb the Eifel Tower Arch of Triumph and the champs Elysee in re it a need to guide students who Lees 01 me University s memory ate orld affairs took a 1 t ,7. Of them will be eliminated in fied school District would alter a ability to develop in Ial Union. They Are Kathy re added a get Nance cd As r. The March 8 primary. The education Cost perceptibly i03g Dat. 1825 Geneva St. Place jests of the a a forc at Divide on unified plans would. Make com unified schools " the ment committee and Barbara Aon of base they had hams the r souvenirs Are the candidates generally agreed on most of the issues. A majority said that the counselling program should be expanded and that although the academic offerings Are generally adequate they could be improved. One thought All courses should get More emphasis. They agreed that while scientific and technical pro Grams Are important they should not be increased at the expense of the Liberal arts courses. The candidates differed on the unified school District plan. Three of them said it is Good parable educational opportune j. Warrants further invest-1 Sanders 1001 Lathrop ave. Gation and planning. A just literary committee. Ties available to All children also will encourage the should be developed fup.t.?.", any to which will help us obtain the " " Best education. And the burgers and malted milks for a chocolate China cuff than any alternative. Edward d. Evans on counselling counselling of certain kinds is adequate. College bound students have considerable help. It other areas such As vocational counselling the services. Could be on academic offerings the curriculum for those who Ter most in tax additional local news Page 6 choose sex Racine woman As top career employee lunch. Among the five boys under Karkow s Wing was a youth from Tampa fla., who saw his first Snow in Amsterdam. An electric Heater in the Middle of a Flat bottomed Motorboat kept them warm As they explored the canals of Holland within one half hour after a former Racine miss Ethel b. Dietrich has been Minate their education with chosen one of the top 10 Ca graduation from High school employees of the Federal needs constant study and Revi Yaj. M e n t Sion because the labor mar egg Ket is always m a state of flux a thought it warranted further investigation and planning. One said the plan was Good but there is an inequality in the Cost apportionment. Here Are the candidates responses Gilbert e. Brach or. On counselling i believe it is a very important part of the educational program because of our population increase. Lag in available higher educational facilities and. Available scholarship funds which at times Are dormant because of Lack of qualified on academic offerings i believe the academic offerings. Are adequate however due to our heavy enrolment problem Many students do not get sufficient guidance to pursue the course Best suited for their talents and ambitions. The requirement for additional facilities and instructors is indicated on scientific subjects scientific and technical subjects have taken a More important position throughout our educational system but. A Good academic background is a primary requirement. We must not give up Basic academic education in favor of scientific and technical on unified school plan " it is the Only practical solution to our education program. The people of Racine however should not Shavrio accept More than their fair share of the Cost and at present there seems to be a possibility of Bernard p. Porzak More coun Sling should be made Avail itt. Many students enter National s e r v league. Miss diet civil i c e from both economic and educational standpoints. One said he and the and tilt society is becoming increasingly Complex. The higher educational institutions set the patterns for a is Condo admission and our schools i. Officer of have met these United on scientific subjects there states Mission is sufficient emphasis on to the North science in our on miss Dietrich Atlantic trea unified schools not to Organiza Only is it the most feasible Tion and european regional woman tee which drafted the initial proposal for the International Trade organization. During two years in Berlin she sat with the British French and soviets on a Trade committee and later planned and helped negotiate Trade agreements for Western Germany with 32 countries. After four years in Germany she was sent to Paris As chief of the Trade Section in Eca s division of Trade and payments. Miss Dietrich has an a de plan economically and other organizations in Paris France. Links Cologne and an armload of photographs to convince themselves they really had been to Europe. As reported by St. Luke s Hospital or and mrs. Thomas Miller 1025 Kentucky St., a son feb. 27. Or. And mrs. Robert Christ Ensen 409 Lafayette ave., a son feb. 27. Or. And mrs. Richard hop Cia. Sturtevant a daughter feb. 27. As reported by St. Mary s Hospital or. And mrs. Clarence card Ner 908 Racine St., a Daugh Gree from Vassar and a and iter feb. 27. Wise. But also this is Thoj opportune time to make a de i mrs. Henry p. Bruner on counselling1 do not believe it is sufficient. How pad degrees from the univer she is the daughter of the. A of a " 5" member of Phi Beta Kappa. The award will be presented at a dinner in Washington d.c., on March 15. Late or. And mrs. Charles Dietrich who had lived at 1312l main St. A sister mrs. Katherine Ever the department was set Starkweather lives in Winnet a up with a full time director a 111., and an aunt mrs. Mar. And mrs. Michael Madden 1648 Charies St., a son feb. 27. Or. And mrs. Oliver Strom 2800 Bate St., a daughter feb. 27. World federalists of hear author the Racine chapter of United world federalists will be Host to a meeting wednesday March 2, which will be addressed b y or. Vernon Nash of cos cob conn., a writer and lecturer on world Gover n m e n t topics. The dessert meeting which is open to the Public will be at 7 30 . At the Owca. Nash s topic will be the Prospect for a world of order under Nash is author of the Book the world must be governed and founder of Asia s first journalism school at yen Ching University piping China. Nash visit to the Eiffel Tower was squeezed among several stops in a crowded afternoon in Paris John Christoffel in the Light coat recalls. Just this past fall. And it takes awhile to get it on academic offerings social studies could be improved if classes were put on a three track program ability grouping. The program for College bound students can be improved by strengthening the modern language departments. The Basic academic subjects will be greatly improved by team teaching which we Are experimenting with on scientific subjects the Public schools should not overemphasize science and math to the detriment of other subjects nor should they attempt to teach these subjects on a College level. Our Job is to give the Best Basic education we can in Liberal arts subjects. So that our graduates can be admitted to any Good College on unified schools " the plan is Best economically for All taxpayers City and county. Educationally All children entering the Public High schools Mie Dietrich at 818 Lake ave. Was professor i miss Dietrich is the ranking woman executive in government service in Europe. She entered government service in 1941, after 22 years As professor of economics at mount Holyoke 1941 to 1945 she served As chief raw materials requirement Branch economic defense Board of the Bureau of economic welfare and As Deputy to Trade adviser and chief of division foreign economic administration. At the War s beginning she was sent to latin America to study inter american Trade. Later her Job was to determine what raw materials Friendly nations needed and what the u. S. Could spare. On Trade committee she worked on occupation policy and in november of 1945 was sent to Paris As a member of the . Delegation to the reparations conference. She also 8 cd on the commit a to the people who saw on the Beach a Jahaf can you do about it some extremely interesting questions were posed by this excellent and provocative movie. Questions that obviously need some very realistic answers. So what can you do about it hear the views of Vernon Nash outstanding author and lecturer. Open meeting wednesday March 2nd, at the . Dessert served at 7 . Contribution $1.00. For Advance reservations phone 2-5121 or 2-5553 after 5 . Racine chapter United world federalists buying a boat boats and motors wherever purchased can be financed at Low must National rates. Advantages of first National financing include savings on interest charges lower monthly payments and optional protective insurance that pays installing cats after 30 Days in Case of illness or Accident or cancels the unpaid balance immediately in Case of death. Gets facts and figures from any first National officer. Rest Bank Trust Comra no my. My Mem my my Minim. Mem no my a Oil mm�mmt�4

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