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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - September 11, 1953, Racine, Wisconsin f SAftM JOBINAL . mss | v Wn, baptombm ii. i>m Scout Camporee I To Make History i Final Oft on lemon to tor tho 1953 Caspar* — th ba held at the Haena Bot Scout Camp Chippecotton an Plaamat Lake in Walworth County for tho first time — were aotoptetad at a meeting of the •natal committee Thursday night. Tbs Sates will ba next Friday through Sunday, Sept. 18-30. Tho Camporee is expected to make history because more Scouts and Scouters will be at Camp Chippecotton than at any other time in the camp’s history. Several hundred are expected. Set Campfire Program. Although an Adventure Trail hlhe will be the feature for Scouts. a wed a1 campfire program starting at 7:30 p. rn. Saturday night has bean arranged and adults have been specifically invited. They also are being welcomed to the camp at any time. The camp Is located on the east ride of Highway ll, north of Lauderdale Lake, and south of the Junction of 12 with Highway 20. At the campfire program a special Court of Honor will be held for the promotion of Star, Life and Sagle Scouts. In addition, a songfest will be under the direction of Harry OHaire of Chicago, a former camp leader. Robert Gibbs of Racine will put on a magic dem-oestrafioo. several Scout units will skits, and the American BONOS ELMES O. VOIGT — Th# Mil Waukee-Racine Club of Printing House Craftsmen presented Elmer O. Voigt, a former president, with a leather-bound history of tho library ho helped establish. Voigt, third from left, established a library trust fund for th# Craftsman’s Club. The resulting reading room established in Milwaukee is considered the outstanding - Steroid Anderun “toto library in the International association. The 150 Craftsmen also honored past presidents st the dinner meeting in Dania Hall Thursday night Left to right, above, are Win Brooks of Milwaukee, new president; Vie Schwarse of Milwaukee, who made the presentation; Voigt, and Robert Konstn, retiring president. IUWR Faculty Attends Session Faculty members of the University of Wisconsin in Radne are meeting today in Madison with staff members from other extension centers in the state. University classes begin Sept. 21. Next week incoming students will take part in the UWR orientation activities, starting Tuesday. Various tests are scheduled along with several social events. A faculty-student reception will be held in the Student Union at 2:30 p. rn. Wednesday and at I p. rn. th* parents have been Invited to meet the faculty In the Union. Sophomore registration is scheduled from 8:30 a. rn. to noon Thursday and freshmen registration is‘planned for I to 4 p. rn. A men’s smoker will be held In the Union at 7:30 p. rn. Thursday and at the same time there will , be a reception for the women students at th# Henrietta Benstead Nurses’ Home. Grid Club Piles FETE SAFRIT WINNERS-Winning team of drivers snd mechanics in the inter-company, quarterly safety competition at the Racine Motor Coach Lines, Inc., was treated to a major league baseball game and a steak dinner recently. The team, one of eight, won by having no chargeable accident during the period from June I to Aug. 31. Similar in tar-company competitions are held at the five other bus lines operated by the Chicago, Milwaukee and North Shore Railway. Participating in the winning team's outing wert (left to right, front row) James Z we tach, Bill Hewitt, Pollee Inspector John Secanky^ Kenneth Weil], captain of tho winning team. Otto Lang, Sheriff Rudolph Sp icker, James Cloyd, Anders Anderson, Charles Ambrose, Arthur Iverson, Lloyd Itchier, Robert Merchant, and Marshall Baker; (bock row) D. S. Durbin, treasurer, Carroll Haft, claim attorney, A. A. Loehner, Oscar Schantlni, Fred C. Worden, general manager, Douglas Oreana, Joseph Kopecky and Alex Madole, superintendent. Radne Him City Planner For Incorporation Fund Grows to Send Kilties To Drum Corps World Series Richard C. Sinclair, intermedl- Misfit Band will entertain at® clt,r PlanneT‘ °f Detroit, has been hired as city planner for Ra cine. He will Monday. bf Legion. TRI Camporee^ sponsor annual COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE; THREE VEHICLES were dam- of the City Council wiH meet at ag*d Thursday afternoon when a 7 30 p. rn. Thursday, Sept. 17,    R()#d consider the various offers to use    a Lincoln Hospital, including a ^Wisconsin quest from the Board of EducationjAuctor James Graham, laos and a recommendation of tho Ha-;Orchard St said the car which' ****** corporation it fielding the ‘.ributors M    cine County Medical Society. Others own€d ^ Edna Kl*    Ra:der* begin his duties on items for consideration that ni*ht!Sturtavant< had b#en parkad will be the communication from cjoaa ^a tracks,” and that the Articles of incorporation were flied with the secretary of state in Madison todsy by Ute Racine Professional Football Club Inc. jj* fun(j to send the Kilties from industry and smaller to organize, manage and conduct Drum and Bugle Corps to New from everywhere: Jersey for the “world series" of A check was received from The corporation will issue lOOdxum corps competition Is growing out-of-town drum corps. gifts an tao Road nil WI*    ^ P«r    ,    Ib*    In    fact, It took Joseph Teaks, tee Road railway car corporators are William Konicek,    th*    mm*    a prkrt «r .< Swond «.d a* H.tni*h ,nd ti    l£    "wCET.,' in <tml> Th. train con-Un of R.on.    ■    h.H    hour Thunder night to read v    in the Central *u“er’ Football League. * too* th. prawn! ILI of Bum of rot.-    ,    ,    ra,l<c,loo ‘eiKnfoea «a ♦ Km lf I It imm DtMHte*    ... box in the employes' lounge. The Police Department will fill the vacancy sown or Caledonia acnooi via- ra May when City Plan-;trid 19 seeking consolidation with u aa ^ rounded a curve. The auto w.ii    ner    Robert    L.    Huff    resigned    to be- the school system of the city, final waa pushed into two other parked f ,    .    come    director    of    planning    at    South'payment to Kenneth E. Series for vehicles, e truck owned by Elmer or review at „    .    .    .    ■    hi.    u.*nrk    In    nmvlliinf    inM-ll !(>rv.     B.    ..    .    . IPB American Legion Post    76.    j    Sinclair Besots who expect to get awards created si IBs Court of Honor LvC0^Ub0h^da°i!»rir^eWni.II BenVl'ncL    his work in providing special »erv-Campbell. Rout* ,f r*^ ^ ThnrJt^ «i.h^    Th* new    rite    nlanner    in    m    Wi«    lcti the    T’ and * hearm* on    another car owned by    Wallace Thursday night.    ‘    Jh* r'    c*ty    1p *'nner    *    * H    an ordinance    to prohibit the uae    Jarvis 0f Union Grove. Although the Camporee opens consin man# lx)rn ln    of open flame candies in public as-    _ Friday, the program of events will bended Shorewood High School;$ambly buildings, except churches RACINE    NURSER    will get under way Saturday and con- an<* Marquette University in Mil-1 -       ama    atMis    win versity of Michigan where he was 1950 with a bach-in landscape archt- tinue until late Sunday afternoon w*ukee before going to th# Uni-The Adventure Trail hike — lea luring a test of Scouting skills such graduated in ss compass work, judging heights e^°r * d*gree and distances and first aid — will tecture. be run off several times. In ad- Prior to Joining the staff of the dltion, athletic events are ached- Detroit City Plan Commistion, Souled, and swimming and water- clair did land uae mapping and front activities have been set up j field studies for Ypsilanti, Mich., A special program has been plan-'surveying, landscape and subdivl-ned for Explorers.    aion designing at Benton Harbor. On Sunday both Protestant and Mich., and was city planning erica tho lie Church services will be tinter in charge of planning at bald on the grounds at 7 a. rn. I Bay City, Mich. or fraternal lodges where the can- me#t i„ Milwaukee Od I through 3 for the annual convent Wisconsin State Nurses tion. Mrs. Helen Mary 1711 dias are used in rituals. PRISONER FOLMER Master Sergeant of War Ulysses Yar bor i"". tf*    «£    tattoo Lockwood Ave., that be has ar- was in pretty F>od health, and    and    industrial    nurses, would be in Racine about Sept. 21 or 22. Yarbor’s wife and three children will move from St. Louis* to make their home in Racine. The soldier’s mother said Ste ted bean asked to hung for aa apartment. CUTI AND BRUDER Ie tel face and head arere suffered Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Alma McFarland, 42, of 1420 Grand Ave., wet struck by an auto Temperate! res (For 24 hours ended at I a. rn today). City High Low Racine........ 7g SO Madison.............. 82 56 Milwaukee ........ 78 •ll Chicago .............. 88 •Si Detroit............... 77 62 Miami ............... •9 73 New York ........... 80 so New Orleans ......... SI •7 Denver............... 83 54 Phoenix .............. 103 70, r 1 2 78 041 Seattle..... ......... 78 521 States club. Th# response to the public appeal for help in raising the 94.000 necessary to transport and feed the corps on the four-dsy trip was described by Teska as “one of the will ba furs lated free teuriag el the Y.M.CA. The trip will be the coat of train tion and teed. Several projects Ie raise to operate the oorpe through tits remainder of tho yoar were renounced at Thursday's arnattos al the Parents’ auh bf Mrs. learn Hansen, president A rummage sale trill be Bali en Money was tent from otter corpsy VTttte    Stretto^ in Racine    munlty House and tbs anneal sari One of the downtown stores re- party on Oct. ll at the ▼ MC A. Mrs. Las Lane chairman et the while Mrs. Kart Crane seat word it was taking up a collection. The man on the street who merely watched the Kilties In parades sent money for the fund. Tasks said there was no tray mo.t (ratifying «p»ri,n«. in my>f    „    tti, tUH> ^ total of tho contributions and Otter Coria AM.    pledges.    But    ha    said thoro waa no “The corps is finding out that it question that the public was mak-has friends in ail walks of life, W a generous response and by the many of whom wa don’t even time the corps is ready Ie for the “Dream Contest” next Wednesday, a large share of the Thomas Kootting chairmen of the card party. Mrs. Richard Andaraan was named chairman af tot an—al KR-tin and parents banga* to bn brid in the new Y W C A. ab Oat Ii. This waakand Usa TI Waa wfll compete at Riverviaw Park, Cbl-cago, on Saturday night, and win play botwaen halvas * tim Marina leave Raiders football fame at Hartiak Athletic Field Sunday. but pride as a result of our trip Teska said many of th# contr! buttons were accompanied by let- the longest road ten extending beet wishes.    by    the    corps. Ona of tho larger checks came The trip to tho oast coast and tho contest in Jersey City will be trip ever taken In India, It la a that lf a wealthy man dias without aa balr, ba returns la tbs tom of a serf it ta guard Ids wealth j according ta tim Bncyelopadla Brl* While In Jersey City tim corps tannic#. Q. Fsui aoa./ Ftenwtien ad Airman a S t urtevanrBowman to sergeant in the Air at St#la St and Pack Ava. Driver uncnvW mlr°ret #f announced by his of lh€ car wai Herbart c Brltaont the L S. Navy parents, Mr. and Mrs Jesse Bow- J5 of lS094 winslow St., who *™ln|aboard;man ^ J Harriet St. Sft Bow- ^ Mr§    had    “walked m    n‘"    -*n^^^t?f^toit,L*ddAlr    ‘"to    of his auto." The port USS George Force Base. Alaska, the last year m)urad woman WI| takan to 8t ^"*1    ‘/    h    Md ti expected tem# on furlough Mary.a Hospital by city amir, . JLI J, C “ °ctob#f-    bulance. Fleet. The Cly-    —    _ mer recently, .H^,J Neubert, Jr. son of POBTMABTEB JOHN D. Costumed to this JJr andt., r,nH7"T^u^*rt °J**7 TELLO announced that flags ara country aflat,Kan* st * Burlington, has been    f\own at half magt at th* laking part in Promoted to sergeant while serving naln postoffice, the Uptown sub-am phi blous "tlh fo* 1 CorP* Korea. Sgt. atation and ^ stat# st braBch training off th# rout of Okinawa    u    *]**'Battery    until    Oct. IO, an official b    S.    ^    Artillery    so-day period of mourning is be- Battalion. He entered the Army    obeerved for the late Chief PETERSON Fvl Wendell J. Van Kern pen, rn of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Van of 821 Hayes Ave., has la August 1252. lag Justice Fred N. Vinson. Promotion to sergeant baa been OEORGK the Ryukyus Command’s1 *n*®UB{*d for David E. Evans, eon Regimental Combat Team stationed on Okinawa. Pet Van Kaaapen la a supply specialist la Comps ny A of tim unit Ho la a graduate of Washington Park High ■choel and attended the University oi Wisconsin prior to entering of Mr. snd Mrs. William Evans of 3201 Gilson St Sgt Evans Is an operations sergeant in IX Corps Headquarters. He entered the Army in September, lift, and bas bean in Koran ainee March of this yoer. Ho waa a former student at Lacrosse Sum College to entering tim Army Washington m. WALTER. Park High former School principal and now dean at Lawrence College, will address tim Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers at its summer conference Sept 12 and 12 at Elkhart ENROLL far EVENING CLASSES ENROLLMENTS - be beld. —riltounto wtt bo triton a* tim Vees lienal CLASSES BEGIN FEES week at lijlamter 21 and are aakadiled for ll VOCATIONAL AND ADULT SCHOOL 800 Center Street    Racine,    Wisconsin Eeretlmeet—HJO asak sebjeet Talkie aw naHiat tie par beer Reppltsa text or aa* ti All teas pa re Ma * tins * COURSES AVAILABLE BUSINESS HOMEN AKING CITY HALL will bo open for business on Saturdays from I a rn. to noon starting tomorrow Tho building waa doted Saturdays during July and Auguat. COUNTY EMPLOYES will hold their annual picnic Sunday at Pierce Woods, beginning at IO) a. rn. JEE WHIZ MEMPHIS, Tenn. — <U-» - Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilcox have seven children and each child’s first name begin* with J. There’s John Jr., Jerry, Joe. Janice, Jeff, Jeanette and Joy ce. SEWERS CLOGGED? pap rig tees bonne dogged? Royer’s amal tog »agti i Tank Cleaner ani Dram seeSb mg* paper, otter organic matter. Co* la law and marie ore trial ORT BOMB TODAY! —Journal-Tima* photo IFILL GOING STRONG AT IL—Despite his 85 years, Law team Brown (above) of 1340 Hayes Ava. has tackled the painting of his bouse. Brown is right st home, at the top of the three floors above tim ground. During boom bra af tombartog Brown was a tailor on tim Oro* i foamily a tarpon tor. Mg ntvar offlriaUy retires BOYERS SIFT1C-TANK AND CfSSPOOL CHANK Eliminates digging & pumping. Removes sludge, fibrous Iron roots, STIMULATES BACIHUA MIMMS HARDIMAN I tot Pee riel ben I, biri I toto Beekeeping (Beg. to Intermediate) T-Th Vocational Business Letter Writing M Vocational Compton)*ry B Machine Calculation MW Vocational Dictaphone T-Th Vocational Dictation ic Transcription Th Vocational (Adv. Gregg) Gregg Shorthand (Beg.) 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