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Forward (Newspaper) - November 3, 1933, Racine, WisconsinI official Organ of the Racine Waty workers committee vol. I. No.-3 2 Price 3 cents few Ini Job who wants to be a Deputy that was the question being asked by sheriff Miles Hulett today but he was receiving very few answers. With the milk strike Situa Tion getting beyond control of the sheriff s regular corps of deputies following the dump ing of pounds of milk from a tank car at Waterford Hulett today was considering issuing a Call for additional deputies. The Scarcity of special deputies can be traced directly to the action of the county Board which is still holding up pay of special officers for work done during the last milk strike last May. At its last meeting the Board discussed setting pay of special deputies at As Little As 50 cents per Day. The Farmers Side of the n. R. A. Farmers Are striking thru out the nation. Delving into the strike we find the cause. The Farmers ask the government to guarantee prices of their produce this gives us the clue. Getting statistics from reliable sources we and that the farm i ers were Selling july 1, on a Market that is Down to 52 per cent of oct. 1, 1929. Taking oct. I 1929, As 100 per cent Price for their produce. Prices of commodities the Farmers must buy in creased 18 per cent to july 1 a. A result of the n. R. A. Since july 1, however prices of farm produce have dropped to 35 per cent of Normal while what the Farmer is buying has gone up sul More. Whether the Farmers under stand this trend or not they do feel the and Are object ing in the Only Way labor has the strike. Technocrats to organize in Racine professor f. W. Beatley of spice to a group at the vocational school wednesday evening outlined the plan of the technocrats. He remarked that the present farm strike will not solve the Farmers problem but it will furnish much education to Art concerned. The main problem today is to furnish an Opportunity for every Able bodied Man to produce his own living. This is possible if we develop a planned system. This can be done if we develop a new psychology. The technocrats intend to take Over this Plant called civilization and run it for use and not for profit. It is possible according to the speaker for one Man to produce ten thou Sand times As much with mod Ern machinery As was possible to the colonial Blacksmith with Only his hands. Today we Are Trovini to Arlitt Wiiri Elvro in Laws made to suit a different economic age. We june our monetary system and Basr our value on an Energy basis this is not to be brought about by revolution or political action. In fact the Only weakness n the technocrats plan is the method of bringing about the change buy in Wisconsin milk and egg producers de Mand feat they be Given consideration by purchasers of re r Cut Puca. Ouy at Nome drives being carried on in a c be Farmers say it in t fair to import prunes and Spaghetti while the local Supply of milk butter and eggs is being rejected. It is demonstrated that families formerly using two i pounds of prunes per month Are be fog Given six pounds per by Relief officials while their butter consumption is Cut to appear at memorial Hall november to Fred Henderson prominent British i Tho rite and writer visits Racine on november 10 to deliver a lecture on economics of a world of Henderson Kas been called the English Stuart Chase. His impressive trilogy the eco nomic consequences of Power m is a a real sell the junk in Racine is the password of some meat chains. As a result the Thrifty House wives of our City who Are compelled to watch Price Are the victims. This is the season when poultry raisers cull their flocks. Consequently we have a flood or cheap poultry on the Market. Having during the summer consumed an abundance of smoked Shoul Ders alias picnic Hamsun scalable elsewhere we Are now being asked to eat All the sick crippled and old chickens that would t survive the Winter. The writer was treated to the sight of one of these bargains a Post Montem proved the Hen to have been suffering from ulcers of the stomach diseased egg production glands Bumble feet enlarged heart and a tumor the siae of a baseball. Outside of these ail ments and Lack of an overabundance of the Chicken was All right and Worth nine a Pound. Many cases of ques Uona ote meat have been brought to Light lately. Of course oui meat inspector and Ever on the outright Are health dept. Job and prevent spoiled meat from being sold but the Border line cases Are up to the Public. Our working people who Haven t much to spend must educate themselves to judge a bargain. The Vivell Ike i _ a from 12 pounds per month to i human two pounds per month. There the world s never has been a sound argue represents a life time of ment against the health giving analysis and criticism properties of butter say the Farmers. Iture this Radical change in food i won _ consumption being forced Relief is the investment of Many Racine and a Farmers while it favors the far of the Taylor society mers of California. Minnesota of management Engineer and other slates and me rail has activities have not production Money Power and j son with limited funds must decide whether it is Best to have a Little meat of Good qual Ity or a Little More meet of doubtful Grade. More injustice can be wrought on an unsure of existing economic Struc his As a writer has i petting Public in the Sale of plaudits such inter meat than in any other com modify. Socialists hold rally roads. Help yourself to keep the Money at Home. Buy in Racine socialist Hall was crowded to capacity thursday evening qty Cele in Iki ent it of lion it of room met the Trie Woodtli a Man of the world a Man of the is a Technocrat who to communist demonstrations Voles socialist believes in the Era and it Meta. We learn from the Busy Bee to get bigotry hat no head and cannot think. No heart and cannot feel moves it in Wrath when she it is amid rum. Her curse., her god a Demon her communion is death. Her vengeance eternity. Her path u marked by the blood of her and when the it it to whet her for a More Complete desolation to the Field of politics and writing alone however i the known throughout the ctr gathered to land As an educator. He the anniversary of the chairman of the world famous auxiliary. The laches prepare East England school for deaf Vej a 9plenajd Chicken do nor Blind. He has been a which was enjoyed by All i member of the education in the program Werr be authority and a chairman of Era speakers among them the Public libraries authority. Alderman Anstensen who the same ability to Combine stressed the Necess to of Organ keen analysis with Brilliant de Izat Lon among the working Wrev which characterizes All of advantage of of Henderson s is the present Opportunity. Found in he a. Hould be duty of won a place in the tront socialist. Other Point of Public speakers in a nation Vej out Tea Tom 19 not an that a. Produced perhaps nary but a collapse More finished orator than any of the the other country in recent to Antwion from to social win now in Why Jio uld the school Mem hew were warned to be teacher be required to work on their Giard fac in City affairs by Sam door1an Relief director the appointment of the new director of Relief sometime ago was the occasion for considerable rejoicing in Racine. Everyone seemed to vision a new Deal in Relief matters. This paper expressed the heart Felt Hopes of Many when it wished him All the Success pos sible. Time has passed since that original announcement time that has weighed heavily on the High Strung and shattered nerves of the victims of this cursed chaos. Many of these poor unfortunates had kept body and soul together on the inadequate food doled out by the Relief Agency for several years. People have waited patiently for the expected to happen. They Visioned not a replacement of one Relief dictator by another no j matter How suave and Courte Ous the latter might be they expected a Complete Reot Gaiti a station. What hive they seen they have seen the guiding Nants of the former administration hovering in the Back ground and have kept their peace. Though they looked askance at the same old familiar faces of the staff and same apparent organization they did not complain. The change was to come. Though the food at the eating places of the sin Gle men grew continually worse they Only muttered a few hopeful prayers for a speedy reorganization. They kept Faith. But daily the cheerful courteous figure of the new administrator More and More As Sumes the proportions of a question Mark. There is but one Way to meet the situation. What is needed is More and better food on the plates of the single men Relief for the distressed Home owners who Are not receiving sufficient rent Al Lowance to even cover the Cott of Upkeep on their property More food for the family hos you know the list. Or director. This Issue cannot be met with but a polite dismissal or a ague pro we we the Promise made in our first Issue he can be assured of our Hearty cooperation in any move to better conditions for our Many unfortunate neighbors and comrades. But please Don t try our Pati ence too Long be Tranfo with the people. Either proceed to business or let us know exactly what delaying the prof ram buses the City Council has decided to look further into the lie continue to draw tin our i Creed that the Chance would be a step in the Moden Wiatka

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