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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 8, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Cit if Harf up Uhtof see. 1, Pate 4 safety patrol sends 41 to nation s capital Wisconsin s delegation of school safety patrols including 41 boys and girls from Racine City and county will leave wednesday o attend the 24thi annual school safety patrol i Assembly and Parade in Washiington d. C. A total of 29 Wisconsin communities will be represented by the largest number of delegates in history. The children will visit historic Hites in the nation s capital meet with Wisconsin senators and representatives and attend a baseball game Between the Washington Sena tors and the new York Yankees. Slated to attend from Racine Are Mark Bertermann Gregg Bosak Robert Brinkman Bruce Schevis John Euckert or. James Grant Donald Johnson David Kapplehoff Patrick Keefe Harry Knopke jr., John Koacr jr., Joe Lawrence jr., Hugh Merrill Lawrence Oertl jr., Verne Otto Michael Pas Cale Lewis Pullen Jesse a Jour irl times photo Marilyn Wilda left and Jane Johnson William Horlick High school students performed four times and each won three first division ratings in the Wisconsin school music Assn. Final Competition in Madison saturday. Racine students brought Back a total of 47 first division ratings. Racine students win state music honors i music students from three school , Marilyn Hahn sue Koncick. Mary Racine High schools rated Wilda and Jane Johnson cach Hasenbach and Gretchen Rad Ihnn Tuhn not a a i torn c in to of Starcin string instrument compete Cwan. L7r in Wurf in ing the finals of Tion. They were rated tops St. Catherine s High school the Wisconsin school music in violin duct string ensemble had five students winning first Jer Robert Sparks Thomas Nonnice Waich Assn. Competition in Madison and string quartet events. Division ratings. Uliey Are i two William Horlick High each of the three Junior High  cd Sci Ute Art Miller students com Petinu in the 7"" Aller Kenneth Norman new traffic ticket foreground will go into use tuesday along with increased fines for certain parking Viola Jou nirl times tons and other traffic offences. The Pink tickets will replace the torn notice of arrest tags shown above. City officials end inspection Burlington mayor a. Judge boosts penalties for traffic violations City briefs Dennis Walsh. Michael Wasik jr., Kenneth Wynstra Monica Aukland Francis Cyr Patricia Donahue defies Del Vine Vita Zanello Diana Meyer she fun a i Accident Nergaard. Cancer crusade in Racine county has moved to with t .1. U a  i Xin $5 000 of its announced Coa Racine county safety fees that can be paid in court appearances for even the a officer Edward Kirt cleanup week Ayo of. To reports toward St. In the 600 Block about Jane Neal Karen Krause Mari Marc Monh Fly cite round of Peter heir a r a regt iss sit Ineo Ine county uni of t to ice depart . Saturday. They said by Weier. By a tej. Johs Moudy fes Russ s s of in its or it Raj Isle is a no Alan be departments. Saturday morn i Row an has been received Tymy school. Mrs. An the car by officers at the scene Ericksen. Sue Ruland. Melody a " fhe group visited the a cruelty to brits i in ,. To Check department the Library Andiff a Street or Alley. Jul a h the water department and at municipal judge Howard j. Obstruct my a Driver s View largest to Adepo Ted each department the group also provided fines or Iyog so As to impede Normal t a briefed on the equipment and for the first and second offence traffic movement and driving Ai division. A 1 ----1 us a Mii n1l i competing class a finals won Good rat a Bupka. Ings. They Are Donald Draves winning first division rat-9th Grade cellist from Mckin-,n.8s Washington Park Iley Junior High school Julieth so school students Are John Parr. 9th Grade cellist at and arcs. Peter Tabot. To police Are questioning an 18-Franklin Junior High school Ange. Glenn kind sen dons attending from Burlington year old Racine youth in con and Patti Mcgraw 7th Grade " a " Carol a. Jensen. Mickie a do in. " Section with a traffic Accident pianist from Jerstad agerholm Vaulx. Gary Bolton Gary injury saturday. I school. King and John Williams. Roy e. Brush 18. Of 3027 other Horlick winners of first 21st St., is reported in Good division ratings Are Russell condition with a Back injury Braunling Fred Frook Harold at St. Luke s Hospital Jansen Cora Hansen Janet police said he was struck by Anderson Eugene Banucci a car while walking across Kaye Carre Violet Keishia High St. In the 600 Block about Jane Neal Karen Krause Mari 12 30 . Saturday. They said Lyn Weier Barbara klees. The youth being questioned Kathy Perekovich. Ellen Kuch and Racine county Are Lee Moter Mark Tennessen Rodney Bolman Shirley Kipp Beverly Rausch and Sharon at Wood. Chaperones for the Racine contingent Are Harold a. Functions. Of some moving and equip Jon the sidewalk. Chief of police Walter gab violations which present the third violation of the five Library school schol Riel demonstrated and sex require mandatory court a offence still requires a court i l a. Planned the use of the special a Arances police equipment and showed the group through the City jail and police offices. Mrs. Grace Ian outlined the the Library and Library has a registered borrowers More than 60,000 items a year. Social researcher head my study of world problems visits Racine appearance. I announced by the wis among equipment violations a a f.,""/ a conference on history and i became a writer on .social.iculturcs. Religions and ins Titu residents who arc qualified Mankind bringing together economic and International tons. His writings apr world wide action new traffic ticket which also require court an " " j to .".f. for the initial of a a of the top minds in the problems. Buildings for fire hazards and eliminate them clean up their Yards and str cos. For Story on what combined action on the part of one Racine neighbourhood accomplished in cleaning up a blighted area see Story on Page 12. By a .jv.wi. Of ii a ,., a. Discarded the researcher is director of year ago with the committee with its ideas of nationalism items will be picked up on she menus sized the Lacr of parking Ligula inoperative no rear View re i committee for the stud Jon Mankind he was director and racism and still special runs throughout the space in the Lent quarters violations which create error. Speedometer or wind a u Mankind which already has of the research Council for he claimed. We must attain Campaign. Space in Ine present or irritating Situa i i a Voinar Catherine s High school senior held three conferences to study . .wo.o. Took first place in Etc Moor world problems. He came to and stated she believes it is 17""""� Ilov if a " costing the City e is Money sets in to operate from the presenter. I i Lotus eater flow of traffic too close to a a 1 i cur  driveway or too close to a Ralph schmaling. Superin crosswalk pendent of the water depart ,. ment led a tour through the of change is being m department offices and to Sev the fines for speeding eral of the cites Wells. I sex Llly ican come True. Planned the department s meter a repair program and the de the new schedule of fines _ part menus need for a new although higher Are still less ground level Reservoir at the than the maximum allowed Jefferson St. Well. Lender state Law. We tried to arrive at a Compromise Between the two extremes the judge said. The most common parking violations Street storage. As reported by parking meters and time limit St. Mary s Hospital parking will remain the same. Or. And mrs. Ralph Rigby. Hindering Snow plow $7.50 1017 Grove ave., a son May 7. Snow emergency violation or. And mrs. Samuel Mcgee has increased from $3 to $7.50. 1110 12th St., a son. May 7. Second offence will Cost $10 and a third violation will re As reported by Squire a court appearance by the St. Luke s Hospital offender. Or. And mrs. John Peterson 1028 s. Lafayette ave., daughter. May 7. In modern usage the term solution ons"stra1ehfiearin the s a " of concerning the founder of this Council. Jond straight year in the Mill history conference with Leslie �=.,r Ico minho uni a i Pruc Paffrath pc Sicht of the Johh does t have Kenn. Nevin to. I Toun Iamont in Milkau son supporter of the program of Hirschfeld s s Nade in a 7 Oal is to month. A final conference will the problems Are dealt with As stand of the problems facing encourage and promote drum Deal with economics. National problems and within Mankind As a whole. Corps and bands throughout Hirschfeld explained that the nation. Today s meeting is about 20 of the Foremost minds open to All interested persons Jin each of the six Fields discuss problems of Mankind associated with their work. All but a few of these men Are americans. The discussions Are printed in 80 to 100 Page reports and a report of the final seminar also will be published a Kark daughter of the late War set off study Hirschfeld drop died out of real estate school become a licensed real estate broker. Easy Low for fast visit class free wed., 9 30 . Or 7 of Racine Myca me 2-1s32. Wisconsin school of Rucoi estate 161 West Wisconsin ave Mil Waukee. Former Racine Man is gop nominee for Florida governor politics last week e Man George c. Emil Karkoff Racine. They have mrs. Marvin Kinney of Box 101, near limits of a crosswalk. Lyons. Other fines for parking Vio Petersen attended Elemen a daughter May 7, to or. Lations increased from $1 to $5 school in Racine to n c Aud mrs Norbert under of Are failing to Park within 12 tended the University of Japan cd to u. 5. Route 1. Box 913. Waterford. Inches of the curb not and wisc on College enrolment a daughter. May 7, to or. Within official markers Park a he operated a retail and and mrs. Lawrence Visovatti of i ing against traffic or parking a business in _10ky0-in the , 24 Liberty St. Burlington. Ton a Street with for Sale i a was a a. Cir a r,,i i a i i associated with a merchandise and 724 a daughter May 7, to or. And mrs. Thomas Gaynor of 242 Mchenry St., Burlington. The University in his native Germany when the first world War began and has never earned a College degree despite the fact that he has become involved in so deep a subject As the study of Mankind. Tokyo in the percentage. Shocked by the War he said of their age group Jai an is Sec-1 he began to study its causes Ond to the United slates in the he gave up this study after 10 " years and began studying other social problems. Additional local news Poge 6 sign posted on the Auto. Development Engi number of College and univer fines instead of court sneer. He retired to it. Lauder sity students-28 per cent in the judge lowered the penal Dale Fla. In 1951. The United states 9 per cent in in the meantime he left Ger qty for parking on private prop Petersen fee the son of the Jai an. Many to work in South Amer Lerly from $15 to $5. Late or. And mrs. Walter a. Tiie per cent if is in , Ica in the Field of anthropology. Among the driving offences Petersen of Racine. He is West Germany and Ive years later in 1926, he i which now require mandatory married to like former Leon Ivury from 4 to j per cent. 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