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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 19, 1957, Racine, Wisconsin fee us Cit if and cd Motif sunday. May 19 1957 commission Renews plan to Speed Crosstown traffic journal times photos mrs. Robert Egtvedt 2026 Green St., looks at Richard Jensen s painting of a Sailboat on a Stormy Lake at saturday s sidewalk Art exhibit at Monument Square. But Randy seems to say that it does t hold much interest for a five month old. Shades of the left Bank chill drizzle gives Cool reception to first sidewalk Art show rain threatened Art show attracts few. Hundreds have a Ball at Kringle festival finale nearly 500 persons attended the Ball at danish brotherhood Hall saturday night which climaxed the second annual West Racine Kringle festival. Thousands of the danish baked delicacies were consumed both in West Racine and throughout the rest of the City during the four Day festival. Crowned again the festival Queen Phyllis Ferg 1417 Illinois St., and members of her court of Honor Shirley defer 1817 Chatham St. Lynn Crane 2517 Coolidge ave., and Carol Ann Hoffman ukr displays 3 dimension Art a display of three dimensional designs by second semester Art students at the University of Wisconsin in Racine is currently on display at the Extension Center Library. The exhibit includes direct carving in plaster space modulators in Wood paper and wire and paper and hand sculpture. Francis Ruzicka is the instructor. Class members exhibiting work Are Jerome Dzindzeleta Joanne Ferkin Donald Frederick Sharon Michaels Joseph Nyiri Sally Pishney Louis Ross Marjorie Trumbull Diane Vaitkus and Patricia Vallone. 806 Belmont ave., the 1956 Queen were special guests. Miss Ferg 18, who was crowned wednesday morning by miss Hoffman during opening ceremonies was crowned a second and Fijal time saturday night by w. Allen talks were Given by presidents of the two groups which sponsored the festival Lauritz Bendtsen of the Racine Bakers association and hairy Krie Ger of the West Racine business and professional men s association and by Einar Damholt festival chairman and Niels c. Tofting president of the Board of the danish old people s Home. George h. Wheary jr., president of the Racine chamber of Commerce was master of ceremonies. Guess Kringle mileage Roy a. Roman chairman of the festival contest to guess the number of Miles of Kringle baked annually in Racine bakeries said final tabulations were being made and the Winner would be announced monday. Several thousand persons entered the contest roman said. Other events which wound up the festival saturday were Folk dancing by girl scouts and a concert by the Myca kitties drum and Bugle corps at the municipal parking lot Washington and Hayes ave. The Elk s youth band gave a concert at danish brotherhood Hall before the dance. By Bob Herman shades of the left Bank saturday was sidewalk Art show Day at Monument Square but from the reception Paris Bohemian Section does t have much to fear. Racine s interest in the show t was As Dull As the weather saturday maybe because of the weather. Hea y Clouds threatened to dump rain on the water color and Oil paintings exhibited in 10 open air Booths along a blocked off Street West of the Square. Nothing heavier than a few drops came Down but even the dampness was enough to curl paper backed water while temperatures dropped to the Law s during the three hour show the artists on hand to discuss their exhibits and conclude sales shivered and turned up coat collars. The coolness extended to some of the viewers. Said one youth to a Friend fifteen Bucks for a beat up the water color he was talking about a preliminary sketch for a finished work was sold a Short time later it was one of the few paintings posted at from $5 to ?200, to sell saturday afternoon. Exhibiting. Artists from Racine were Edwin g. Wick Richard j. Jensen Elmer Petersen James Black Edwin a. Bogucki Sharon Blaesing and Bill e. Francis. Others were Nancy Elk Holm Burkert and Robert Burkert. Milwaukee and formerly of Racine and Kady Faulkner Kenosha. The show was sponsored by Rahns department store. Iroquois Union new vacation United Auto workers members at Iroquois foundry co. Have negotiated a new one year contract containing vacation benefits described by a Law official As probably the most Liberal in the Racine area. I the contract provides for two a Eek vacations at 4 per cent of annual earnings after one year employment four week vacations at 8 per cent of annual earnings after 20 years and increases in vacation payments every year during the one to 20-year period. Sam r i z z 0, International Haw representative who assisted in negotiations said he knew of no Union contract in the. Area containing All three of these provisions. A seventh paid Holiday is also included in the contract. Puzo said the clause relating gains contract to wages was left open for further negotiations. The Iroquois employees Are members of Law amalgamated found local 243. Arthur Seeber headed the unit s bargaining . 1,000 Racine scouts to pitch tents in Kettle Moraine area Catholic scouts receive awards fourteen Catholic boy scouts monday night will receive and Altare Dei crosses the highest Catholic scouting award. It. Rev. Msgr. E. J. Rodenkirck pastor of St. Mary s Church will make the presentation in ceremonies at 7 30 . At St. Mary s school Hall. The award is presented by the Church to Catholic scouts who have put into practice the spiritual elements of the scouting program. Recipients of the award will be Patrick Sackman Michael Backus Joseph Colla James Cashman William Habetler Robert Jacobs Sam Krizan Jeff von Germeten Thomas Kroupa Stephen m c g r a t a Michael Newman Kenneth Norman jr., Donald j. Ott and Gary Pauly. The Rev. Frederick Heuser Milt chaplain of troop 2, St. Itary s school will give the s3rmon. Nearly 1,000 Racine county boy scouts planning to pitch tents m the Kettle Moraine state Forest carry Hopes for Good weather to their Spring Camporee next weekend. The first scout troops and exp lib a posts will move Toto the camping area on Waukesha county trunk g about six. Miles North of Eagle on Friday night. Arrange own events John Batikis assistant scout executive said each of the county s three scouting districts will plan its own programs around a few events organized by the Racine county boy scout Council. County wide events include a formal Retreat saturday afternoon and an evening Camp fire saturday evening. The districts will each provide three skits for the campfire entertainment. Saturday afternoon activities include scavenger Hunts nature hikes and first Aid and knots and lashings is Monstras Tio is. Areas will be set up for practice of first Aid friction and Flint and steel fire making two Man tent pitching and i not tying. Church on sunday sunday morning schedules provide for religious services and troop and Post activities said Norbert Riekkoff Camporee general chair Nan. Check la time in the scup Remong so omit area is 11 . Saturday. Scouts will leave at 2 sunday. The City s most congested traffic route averaging 63 accidents a mile during the last eight months is the subject of a series of traffic commission recommendations. The route a two mile stretch of Racine Street Washington Avenue and Marquette Street is described As perhaps the most important North South route in the traffic slowed during Peak traffic hours from 3-5 30 . It carries almost 2000 vehicles an hour. Traffic at Peak hours averages 15 Miles an hour making it the slowest of eight routes studied by the commission. The recommendations will be presented to aldermen monday night at a committee of the whole session on traffic problems. The recommendations include parking prohibitions along one Side of parts of the route Between 3 30 and 6 . Weekdays. The commission advises Banning parking along the East Side of Marquette Street Between 8th and 6th streets and Liberty and state streets. Parking restrictions also suggested Are a ban on the East Side of Racine Street from 21st Street to Washington Avenue and along the West Side of Washington Avenue from 9th to 11th streets. The North Side of 6th Street from the East end of the Bridge to Marquette Street is also included in the recommendations. Parking prohibitions near intersections at All times would be made on some areas near race Street at 14th and with streets and Washington Avenue at Racin and Marquette streets. Left turns from 6th Street to southbound Marquette Street and from Racine Street to East bound 16th Street would be banned from 3-6 . Weekdays. The commission is recommending a 44-foot minimum Width for the route at some places the commission reports the Width is Only 40 feet. The traffic signals should be timed for traffic moving at 25 Miles an hour the commis Sion recommends and additional signal ahead and do not Block intersection signs should be installed along the route. Mayflower becalmed London m Mayflower n Dawdle in mid Atlantic almost standing still in Cahn Sie As about Halfway Between the Canary islands and the West indies. Your Quality store in Racine since 1898 Crisp and comfortable summer coolers by the shoe with if Beautiful fit sheer Comfort and Beauty too. In a Hite kid and mesh or peekaboo Cool looking and Cool wearing they re fashioned to fit like a Glove for easier flexibility and Comfort. Delta  White or natural peeks boo pig. .t1.95 to a z i n g White Navy or Black Nylon mesh 10.95 fax Fusi be in 2.q\\m shoe Sahn main floor Annex. Shop monday 9t30 to 9 phone 2-5151 the u. S. Wheat crop has averaged 1,075 bushels a year for the past five years. Public notice we cannot put animals to sleep Between 2 . Friday and 8 . Monday unless the of ners provide a Means of disposing of the bodies. Racine county humane society 1152 Washington ave. Guys and gals alike look for Good Job opportunities in the classified. Dial Meirose 4-3322 and ask Tor a want and taker to Tell pm about Youri. Ampex Rte signature of perfection in sound m3ls Rome music cent f is  console designed for tither Modem or try flu on a living Fiat cola tale a stereophonic player halt recorder Micro phone am pm tuner. 3-Speed record changer and two Complete amp Iler speaker systems Lor monaural and stereophonic sound reproductions i1470. 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