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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 16, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin -4. Of. Time of volunteers a big part of City s gift to Community Chest t salvation Amy girl i Nihls work on Carda and Favora for to spills county ins Titu Tlona and Honda to help Chaar Pat Laabi working Ara from left Linda Rich Junior guard Mia Hattar poc Tingar Leader Beverly jut Tolg senior guard and Diana Geschke Sunbeam. Ilia Community Chest Agency s program to the Community includes temporary Aid to persons in need and recreational and character building for youngsters. But gh-1 guards and their leaders rep Reint tha largest Volunteer pro Grain. Within Tom Agency. A Luffa Ware 58 volunteers giving 2,481 hours last year. Journal to Lect photo Needle Flash in mrs. Frank Paur s hands As she knits mittens for the lutheran welfare society. Since last Spring the 79-year-old bedridden Volunteer has made 100 mite tens for school children. I figure they need them most she said. Her donations of knitted Gooda Date Back to world War i when she knitted for the red Cross. Later she gave to the salvation army crocheted baby jackets for visiting nurses to give and Moat recently helped the lutheran Agency. All four Are Community Chest agencies. "1 can t get up so i knit All the time. Five been asked to sell the mittens but i d rather knit what i want and give it where i want she explained. Volunteer workers contributed nearly a third of a million dollars Worth of services to Community Chest agencies last year. The Chest goal oils year is $517,000, but to provide the same services without Volunteer workers including housewives factory workers and Industry executives would require a budget of $850,000. These facts were brought out in a study made last week. It revealed that volunteers for id of the 14 member agencies gave 324,695 hours of their time in a year the equivalent of 37 years of time. Four other agencies do not use volunteers to any extent. Replacement Cost High using the Federal minimum wage As a guide in estimating the value of the group Dona ton it would Cost nearly a third of a million dollars to pay for the Volunteer hours. Last year there were an estimated 5,180 volunteers giving time to the agencies. Without their gift Many of Racine s social service groups could not function. Some of the volunteers have Given their time to Community service for years. They Call on families in trouble to offer help. They teach children and adults ways of being better citizens. They offer whatever service their talents suggest. Attorney gives time for instance mrs. Frank Paur of 3622 16th St. Is bedridden. But she enjoys knitting and crocheting and docs it Well. For several years she has been doing this service for the lutheran welfare society despite her personal illness. Or an attorney gives time to Driver improvement classes sponsored by the safety coun cil and spells out what can happen under the Law to an Irv div dual involved in an Accident through bad driving habits. Of course there Are the Many mothers and fathers and other volunteers with no children who give their time to girl scouts boy scouts the Myca and the Owca to help Young sters. The two is and the red Cross also offer services for Adou lds. Drive starts monday monday Marks the beginning of the annual Community Chest Campaign. The goal this year represents a change in the procedure for arriving at the figure. In previous years goals were based on what the Community Chest budget committee and Board members thought could be raised. This year the goal represents a Conser Active estimate of the needs of the various member agencies Harold c. Weiss treasurer said. Attorneys donate their services to the safety Council for Driver improvement courses. Attorney Fred Wheeler Points out the reasons Tor traffic signs and explains the Legal responsibilities of driving. Other volunteers for the Community Chest Agency give time to help in motor vehicle safety checks and other Community safety programs. Three Hundred volunteers gave 3,000 hours last year. Phone Call from Young Man results in death of Philadelphia teenager Philadelphia Imp a Ather s ire at a Post Midnight Telephone Call to his 15-Ycar-old daughter led to her death. Francis Campuzano 41, became enraged when the Telephone rang in his Home. He refused to let his daughter Patricia Ann take the Call from a Young Man. She ran to her bedroom and Campuzano trailed after her first grabbing two pistols he said he was holding both weapons in one hand and slapping her with the other. Detectives quoted him As saying she tried to Ward off a blow and in doing so hit one of the pistols. It discharged sending a Bullet into her forehead. Campuzano who said the shooting was an Accident was charged with homicide. Hours later at a preliminary court hearing he was so upset that he was unable to stand before the court without Aid. Society of St Vincent de Paul volunteers co operate with professionals to Aid the aged the incapacitated and families with health employment housing or marital Dos Cord problems. Hero Henry Keefe left of 1228 Layard ave. And Walt two bushels of 808 Augusta St Call on a family. The two men have worked for the Community Chest Agency on a Volunteer basis for 28 years and Hava each donated from 9,000 to 10,000 hours of their time. The Agency had 100 volunteers last year giving about 9,000 hours. Hurts blood vessels Champaign 111.-a University of Illinois researcher reports that a moderately severe sunburn makes blood ves Sels abnormal for four to 15 months. Why pay More everything discounted 310 main St. 310 main it furniture discount House Racine s first and Only furniture discount House  a Dollah saved is a Dollar earned   Volant Aora for Catholic social welfare help Foster mothers bring their Foster children to to Apotala for periodic checkup and Vancl Natrona. Bringing her Foster baby to St Mary a Hospital la mra. J. F. Pikna of Kenosha who waa driven by mra. Ted Leuker. Hold Fly car Keya of 401 Wolff St helping with the registration Are sister Mary Raphael and mra. H. F. Hospital auxiliary Volunteer. Last year nine vol Ostian for tha Community cheat Agency gave 248 Houn of driving and baby sitting Wyllo Moth an took tha Chu Nii to tha monthly a Ulca. Coffee drinking up Vienna per capita consumption of Coffee in Austria Rose to 3.08 pounds last year from 2.8 pounds in 1958. The main supplier is Brazil which accounts for More than half of Austria s Coffee imports. Marxism on chessboard a e. Reich overthrows Royal pawns Berlin a the East German communists have taken their marxist revolution to the chess Board. Kings and Queens have been toppled from their thrones and i nights a horsed in a new set of chess figures designed to represent the Forward thrusting revolutionary spirit Ilie new chessmen Are on display at Leipzig in a exhibition in connection with the Criesi olympics opening there today. A picture ail report in the Leip in Volks Zeitung show the figures looking like this King a worker the King is now a worker Reading a communist economic plan. He is supposed to typify the creative Power of the working claw. Tha Queta is a rather Plain Vomm with re milk la  my 9l t it i a Minim Foo list representing the progressive intelligentsia hand in hand with the workers. The Bishop is now a relay runner and the Knight a prancing Well drilled show horse. These two figures were said to show communist achievement in sport. Cantos gun the Castlo or Rook is a factory worker in overalls carrying a sub machine gun across his Chest. As a member of the factory militia he shows communism s ability to defend itself. With unconscious humor the pawns Are described u various types of workers. One figure inevitably carries a Hammer. Another equally inevitably has a sickle. Others Are a Miner with lamp Mason with Al calf enter with saw and woo Maii important new benefits for the deafened right now your local Beltane office has available a startling new behind the ear hearing Aid that s sub miniature avg of in size yet a powerhouse in performance. It fits so comfortably that Foll

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