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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 20, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Pm in ult it if 7leu>a. Cit if and cd us try March 20. 1900 see. I. Pate j to Urot Xton atm a t � programs for the a oin the icons Quot Institute saturday included a teen apr panel and the director and staff member of the Assn for family living Chicago. From left standing be Janies Cook St. Mary to High school Burlington Danny Schaefer Burlington Union High school Mary to Anderson St Catherine s High school or. Freda Kehm director of the association who was principal speaker or. Jack Ai hit staff member of the association who moderated the panel seated foreground Mary Hascon Bach Horlick Peter Carlson Union drove and Ronald Rittman Waterford i Ilion the panel gave its ideas about such things As dating going steady and recreation. Orators qualify for state meet governor blasts Federal move on Bona base sul a to Organ a special �?"1 it Ion Gaylord Nelson in a talk in Sheboygan saturday night said the Federal government in a few weeks has committed two Multi million Dollar blunders the Bong base and Bridges on interstate highways a simply because the department of defense can to make up its a a Monument to current Pentagon indecision Quot said Nelson is the Bong air base. A othe defense department spent $28 million on this base at Kansasville then decided to abandon the incomplete project then refused to spend even $1 million completing certain facilities that would he useful to other purposes Quot he said. A second Blunder he added is in the interstate Highway system where the Pentagon agreed on a 14-foot clearance for All Bridges on Wisconsin to 452-mile stretch. A ii waited until we had built i of these Bridges and had planned another 123 Bridges then ordered the clearance raised to 16 feet to facilitate transportation of missiles a gov Nelson blasted. I a othe state Highway commission informs me Quot he said a that it will Cost $738,000 just to redesign the Bridges now on the planning boards. The Cost of providing an extra two feet of clearance for the 64 Bridges already constructed of course will come to several times this ?� the governor said Wisconsin residents have a right to sex journal times Pho second graders at s. C. Johnson school reached for materials used in new and experimental programs in mathematics teaching. They Are Janet Neal Conrad Smith Kathryn Wiedenhaft David Gilmore and Diane Hanson. At right is or. Girnadine Gibb who taught then class in a demonstration for 400 Wisconsin math teachers. Six grades also participated in a demonstration. Offer geometry in 1st Grade experiments in teaching related at state session of math teachers nine students from St. Cath Perine to High school and two extremely wasteful treat Quot students from William Horlick ment from Washington. High school saturday won a Quot i thir it kit is up to All of us a ratings in a District forensic Nelson said a Oto urge that tile contest at Cedarburg which Federal government act quickly qualifies them for state com to make Lite Best use of these i petition to be held in Madison to costly ?� on april 9. Eligible from the St. Catherine s group ate Peter Brushy Paul Wyrich Wayne Londre Ronald Matelesko. Jam Haisl Cliv Chr gent Ranier Kathy May Patricia son annoy mid Bushel. Mary to Postorino and his office will first graders working in an Council at fat a More than this indecisive experimental program Strug school told problem posed Experiment out Mathe the City briefs Joanne devoted. 8 a in. To 8 . Monday and winners from Horlick Are tuesday for registration for Mike Scott and sue in lick the april it elections the More than 360 students from registration deadline is 5 . 33 High schools competed. Wednesday. Led with for them figure rustic ally How to i i n d tile Center of a Circle. And to the Surprise of or. D a v id Page director of a University of Illinois research p r o j saturday that ret in Mathe he open from Matics Educ t be to the California children up with the answer. Tion. Came Page who with or. Glena Dine Gibb of Iowa state bisect the perpendicular. Teachers College saturday said or. Page a even the s. C. Johnson he taught in lower grades and of the California abstract ideas in later years he said. Page said the first graders prof. Ralph Craig Duffer three fourths of the Way chairman of Beloit College s through their school year mathematics department a were using words like per pen panel member said a result Sicular and line segment to of teaching fact is that students solve their problem with the then expect Little More Circle. Of future value used ruler first it showed up recently he some of them first tried to said in a freshman student find the Center with then who in frustration Over a ruler a pushing pushing push problem declared Quot Well if ing until they got the longest you la give me the formula i la do it Quot finally they Learned to draw Page answering a question a line through a part of the is to whether studies like the Circle draw the perpendicular work in geometer being done Bisector of the chord and then by the first graders was a socially helpful a said in a of was amazed at the com journal time photo sixteen workshops tackled various aspects of adolescent life touching on his relations with his family himself his flit it r and the Community. One of these workshops above was staffed by Horn left at the table. Robert Mabie mis. Jerome Meldgaard and Tommie Bishop. Reports from the workshops which ended the Day Long Institute made several recommendations including a study into the possibility of setting up a uth c Council comprised of teen agers to develop Community youth programs. Institute exploring teen age life suggests study on youth Council continued from Page welfare said it was agreed that Datum which were made were 6 students Vav in Cash prize at lutheran science fair lutheran High school urday night named the nets in the school science fait two students won Cash prizes in of h of the three divisions and will exhibit their protects at the regional fair to be held april 8 through it at Marquette University. Winners in the chemistry and physics division with sat fled for the school fair and win represented two thirds of All done in the demonstrated new methods Nova tors can be surprised at mince work that was done and approaches to Mathebat what the children can by the youngsters. They us teaching for 400 members there has been a generally were proposing solutions of the Wisconsin mathematics held notion that facts should knocking them Down and find a. Ling As to whether the work in geometry is useful he said a othe problem is what is useful for a 10-year-old?�?� skills Aie essential he said but it to also important that pupils ran pick up the major concepts of they have the principles he explained they can work out the solutions to that will later proposed rail merger includes Soo service is around with authority thinks he is the Only authority Alt Lough the teen Ager May grumble about rules he is lost if he does t live any to follow a teen age panel comprised of one student from each of the eight i ii schools in a Cine county sparked the luncheon session with their observations on in h things As going steady drinking in j families today Are to dependent developed in the workshops Fred Trinkley faculty Din on outside agencies to tackle problems which should be handled in the family such As those of sex education religion my discipline setting the example participants noted a tendency to youngsters into adulthood or pre adulthood too Early in Hie which they did not think was healthy. They also resolved that parents expect which dealt with the teen Ager tor a a Pau Willems a senior. My the Community reported vol Plu Joanne Shi Utt school recreation needs and hem worship. Why go steady the panel agreed that take respond not willing to reason expire the unto the int stud Ste i is this far going steady typical rear Hon of rules youngsters a Oto Isil it Litty but ate go e privileges Quot 1 i rom the workshops dealing n of ten the Wui shops i to with the adolescent and him by Rev w to Bass pastor St. John methodist Church. In suggesting the youth Council these workshops noted that teen agers have ideas my need to share in make Sions at the pole y level would be pail of any Prog Tam developed for them bet Iii be they helped set the plan reported. Echoing a theme which de also a Semi second. Willems demonstrated automatic titration for testing acidity. Miss Selkurt built and exhibited a device to measure the Ciu Tiv expended by heart beats Iii activities of pc sons of smog in the biology Cliv the projects school. Honorable mention went to Robert Butovsky Bdl molten 76 Vearold but Hington Sci v a e facilities at the then sen Craig Monroe a. To. I. I j rat int soon Mac tans a new booming Bong air base. The Francis Janet Hansen and a j Dull Roe Lei in the Genet Al name it a purposed three rail Spur has remained in place in the problems science division. Merger is approved Hopes that Industry attracted Conte tip in the biology exhibits lion Ste k Maldeis will Dei Ide to the abandoned air base site Ora Hie mention was won by Mav it d the Minneapolis St. Might require rail service exhibits prepared by Gordon Paul Aud Sault Ste. Marie the merger of the three rail Luedtke Glen , id Railroad which Ope ates the roads would bring 4,hut Miles May Mary Rasmussen John Soo i me service through Ltd neglect of geometry Trench Bruce Buschke Paula Burlington will merge with Bellman Kathy Steiner sitar the Wisconsin Cental which on Zaionc Kristina Kindler of its the tracks. Tracks located in seven Krause ci1 different i hey of lec t they diaries St bul a Sophomore won Fust place with a Demon Elf reported by Walter sen Anas county Board welfare of Van Urs 1 a is Quot a committeeman came the com a adult said a i a ointment. Stratton of the effect of smog on Plant life. Lbs exhibit in Rev Bass said. A owe need to eluded an illustration of the set goals and get a better set effect of tar exhaust and Coal both for adolescents smoke upon plants grown within special plastic con Lirida , Dave my Loretta so Kurt the honorable mention win nets in chemistry Aie Cheryl Iordan Kula Guemes Carole i Ltd a Gromke la o Vav a i ii Johnson Margaret Schul Gad Tostrud Kathy Boerger Rodney Eckert Kay Hendrickson and Ernest Estes. The Duluth South Shore and Atlantic Railroad would also ire involved in the meager. Hie my line if approved would be known As the Soo line Railroad. By a Scho that to is As it Cis. It to do. Free Horn adet arid Ake p handful of High school s Are ready t o g o Tey do it because it thing to ?� Al expressed concern j of drinking in the High. Some sequent in t her Are a ii to describe work in stained Glass Ani no in �?�1 the at flu jus Roo i shit. To r Art a since behaviour is caught not taught this Points to failure on the part of adults we Are not providing sufficient example with which teen agers a contemporary t an Assoc late we must recon. Were disturbed Mit ourselves to parenthood less wil1 be the the teen agers \ it must do better tolls As a lecture to he Given students look to parents if we Are to have bet Sylvester Jerry at la am Mon the worst offend ter teen ?� Day in the East room of me the Eves of some in considering the teen Ager Morial Hall at a Center session it the right thing to tend his future workshops cited of the Racine Extension Center. A Lack of guidance in school mrs Jerry who is on the kid drink and which needs correcting Par staff of the Racine Center will ruse they think it s tic pants in this workshop also show slides of historical win Romme Meu Ronald were critical that schools have Dows in put Ope prize winners w a t e r i o r d High Laded in not demanding enough the National Competition lot hit to show patents of making the school work As apprentice stained Glass Art of ar1 getting Back challenging As it might be Sis and her own work. The a it it a y re not do reporting for this group Public is invited sociable you t an lie Clarence Edwards guidance Cli tor 15 years mrs. Jerry has a sociable with a gins of Rector of the Waterford Union been an instructor of children it Quot f ree High school said a owe and adult classes in the wits reporting t a the work feel further study also is rum museum of Fine arts in Mold casework supervisor be county dept of Public needed concerning what happens to the boys and girls who Diop out of a majority of the recommend tamers. Second place was won by David sheriff his project was the construction of an xray machine for use in1 studying tile effects of radiation on animals Pat Ocul arly stained How radiation effects Muta subject of turn. Norman Hafeman and or advisors of the winners in Man science exhibits Eckert and Linda Vanderhoef. Eckert s project showed the effect of fertilizers on plants and showed a comparison of tile relative values of commercial fertilizers. Miss Van Dehoet Quot demonstrated through use of Chicken embryos the development of baby Chicks. Will exhibit others in addition to the six Cash prize winners lutheran High school will Send nine other truce history it w a i i i be the Suer a the Wisconsin centrals to Chicago and fond do la states under a single system. The biggest of the three lines is the Soo line which has 3.222 Miles of track connect my Minneapolis and St. Paul and the Duluth and Supei for an As with Canadian Points. The Wisconsin Central tor which the Soo Tine is operated Miles of done to get All bet we n in ninth g. old a a8� and Minneapolis via Mil prot Gibb i Waukee. Should try to my agent has in tracks running or Abb. Who reviewed re scorch m mathematics teaching at a morning session said that in elementary schools a owe feel the sad neglect of Many Geometric a owe need to think about some of these beginning ideas of geometry just As we think about some of the to beginning ideas about numbers she said leathers should note that a you done to get All of one idea at one shot you of algebra in the teachers dry away from As reported by St. Tukey to Hospital or. And mis. Richard Woite Shek it. 2, Franksville a daughter March 19. Or. And mis affied Thornsen 501 3 mile rd., a son. I red Heiderich Are the fat Unity 19 division. Or. And mrs. Mem Van Wey of nera fresh iw4 Graceland ave., a son ire Dan March 19 or. And mrs. Dolph Burker it. A i mein Grove a daughter March 19. As reported by St. Mary to Hospital or and mix Richard lies it 3, rating a son March 19. Or. And mrs. Robert Morrissey 1916 Summit ave., a daughter March 19. Racine masons to conduct second York rite festival vision which was completed the third of the thine lines telling by explanations what shortly before preliminary proposed for the merger the children tie supposed to do Steps Weie taken by burling Duluth connects Duluth and and Larnid instead try to Deton residents to incorporate As Ashland with Sault Ste. Mrie. Zelop a subject by questions a Village. A. A a. Burlington neatly 30 years be fore had observed with a civic Celebration the completion of the first rail line to the Community. That lust line the Racine and Mississippi Railroad now a York rite festival spun of Royal and select masters of operated by the Chicago Mil gored by the Racine York rite Wisconsin anti is currently Waukee my St. Paul Railroad bodies will be held beginning grand chaplain of the grand earned Grain shipments from m tuesday at the masonic Lodge of Wisconsin. Burlington to Lake shipping Lodge to Confer the degrees and Eastern destinations. Of the chapter Council and i he Wisconsin centrals commander within one week. Sponsors Are the Orient chapter no. 12 Royal Arch masons Racine Council no. 5, Royal amp select masters and the Racine commander no 7, knights Templar. The festival will lighted at a banquet in of which her husband students and their exhibit s ulterior. She was formerly the regional Competition i staff member of tile gland link Lem Sauna to advisor rapids Art gallery. More than 130 projects Quail Barc Roif bar Carole is a musical to for the songs originally id by venetian gondoliers 3 boys admit setting barn fire i Bre i Racine Troy Sag 9 and 12. Who sheriff to deputies said admitted touching off a be High $1,000 fire at the Hanse he almost All freight lighted at a banquet next sat Mink ranch warehouse Satur freight operations now form urday for All master masons Day have been turned Over to nearly All of the Railroad to and their wives. The banquet Racine juvenile authorities term traffic. The line also carries speaker will he the Rev. Stun the wooden Frame building Sung one passenger train a Day each Rosland a congregationalist on Lathrop Avenue South of and Way. Minister Iii Beloit who is a the Mink ranch which was operation carried freight and passengers to the North and South. On summer weekends passengers bound for Tiki resorts were carried into Burlington from the Chicago area. Conics a Buat. Hie Wisconsin Central year ago built a Spur Una a past most illustrious gland packed to master of the grand c Council strayed. With Hay was de

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