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Forward (Newspaper) - November 3, 1933, Racine, WisconsinPage four Forward Friday. November 3, 1935. Auto parts Racine Street Salvage 1747 Racine St. Georgian cleaners 1515 Washington ave. Junction cleaners 1405 clothiers Ben Silver 1317 Washington ave. Alex Andersen 1521 Liberty St. Fuel dealers m. S Barr fuel co. Hamilton ave. And St. Paul r. R. Baumann Coal co. 100 main St. Blackhawk fuel company Grove ave. And 20th St. Furniture a. Wilson 1314 Washington ave. Garages herbs Auto service 111 Hamilton St. Meat dealers Grimal s markets 1515 w. 6th St., 1103 Carlisle ave. Liebenow 1318 Douglas Are. Webert Rice 1122 Center St. M1llwork supplies Firehammer Millwork co. 719 Mead St. Photographers Mezinis main St Carlson shoes ital w. With St Matson shoe store 1210 Boti Glas ave. A. F. Bilker 1138 Hayee ave. Shoe repairers Andersen s three Way 1745 state St. Vakos Bros. 532 Monument Square Theos Bros. 1st main St. Stoll Bros. 620 state St. American shoe repair 1403 Washio Erton ave. Tat Kos Blue Eagle tavern 1200 state St. State St. Tavern ims state St. Stanley s tavern 812 state St. Tub Ozark Tater Schlitz Corner 11 w state St. City affairs be taken to see that Racine re anymore. The beat Womble a rate this is in strange contrast to at the smallest possible coat to inc officiai8 who Are tuning the Public that Washington has the Money. Come and get the consumer. Which reminds us evidently Forward read. Ers have an apology due them. This column recently mentioned something about a possible in Wisconsin. Now Verity As one Friend expressed it the Only difference be tween the politician of yester Day and the one of today is that the Lauer can take Advant age of modern science and use in a no less an authority than Iron-1 cellophane to wrap his evian a Rowley comes out and Calls it a turn Over tax. That terms is probably More appropriate at that. They la pass the legislation and we poor suckers wih turn Over our few last pen Nies and Nickels careful. If we re not efficiency plus the efficiency experts who recently conducted a Survey of the various municipal depart ments missed a Good bet when sauce m while the former had to dish out help we re stumped. This column is supposed to Deal with City affairs but we be stretched that to include everything from buses to the difficulty of collecting the tax on double jointed peanuts. It s a wonder that we re alive after some of the stuff which had appeared. But now it s going to be your problem. You Are hereby asked to they failed to suggest the use j write the editor and of , for me your suggestions an morals change which would result in tremendous savings in Gas Oil and repair Coats. But seriously Rumor has it that All of the recommendations made were not published. The City fathers Proba Bly received enough Adverse criticism after the publication of the police report to have Learned their lesson. But read ers Are urged to keep their eyes and ears open. Unless we miss our guess some of the recommendations Are going to be payments of various fees curtailment in the school Currick and recommendations to fire said Colum nist or to Cut his pay one half. Is in order you can do. So let s see what do it now. Lum elimination of evening schools a charge for All recreational facilities Etc. It seems that any curtail ment in the services rendered by the City would be a backward. We once heard a speaker say that the principal and interest payments in Racine amounted to 66 or 67c per month per capita which would be equivalent to the services performed by our department of Public works Library health department police department fire depart ment garbage a few More to s Des. Why the absence of a report on How to reduce this item funny thing a knit the whole affair is that nobody seems to know just who was paying j these Fellows for their services. But would that make a differ ence we wonder. Work program no word has been received Law juice Oti uie outcome of me work program submitted by Racine for approval. The red tape that these projects must Wade through has succeeded in holding it up so that it is too late to do anything this year subscription drive with Block and key men reporting Good results on our subscription drive we should pass the two thousand Mark in the second week. Those who wish to get the paper regularly should subscribe. See your Block Man or the paper Secre tary of your division. Hurry because the subscription arrangement goes into effect with the thanksgiving Issue. Script com 2nd division. Geerge Des pins 810 Villa St. 3rd division g. Dodge 1405 Herrick ave. 4th division John Noroski 1100 Wolf St. 5th division John Basil 1205 Summit ave. 6th division Andrew Sun by 1 333 Lathrop ave. North Side jeweler Wesley j. Romadka prop. We sell for less 1547 ave. From Page oae of the local traction system but the hitch comes in when the question of who is to Lay Down the rules for the change is brought up. Public i on the Nutter Are to be held in of the City and All parties should at tend and voice Ketr anti Iminta. The Chance contemplated m not one which can be Oneatia factors and the proper should Mulder son moving and hauling of Al kiwis. Ord taken for Coal and Wood. Is 29 Ike s tavern t Friday and saturday Niton. Soups and hot stud Wichers All times. Cream City and Blau. 961 Milwaukee ave. Imu ties in muscle Shoals District five Alabama cities have held elections on the proposal to acquire and operate their own electric systems this sum Mer and All five have polled overwhelming majorities in favor of the plan. Here is the record to Date Florence .919 to 63 sheffield___660 to 36 Tuscumbia 32 7 to 8 muscle Shoals 84 to 1 Guntersville .288 to 73 passage of the Carmichael Bills struck the shackles which for years have bound the peo ple helplessly to the Power interests and started the grand Rush. If municipal ownership were not right it would never get such unanimous approval. Little girl have you been sure do you think i smell this Way All the Junction cleaning John Nielsen prop. 1405 Washington Avenue Telephone Jjackson 3745 Crown theatre Friday saturday private detective with we. Powell Margaret Lindsay screen song comedy lost special Adi itts 15c kiddies Loc sunday monday Little giant with Edw. G. Robinson Mary As Tor Sun. Matinee Only Tom Keene in son of the 2crdelr" comedy Mickey mouse adults 15c kiddies Loc tuesday is bargain Nite a seats Loc coming wednesday thursday College humor card party and dance 8 p. M. Saturday november 4 Good prizes and refreshments. All for Csc at polish hah de Keven and Mead its. G. A. Stanat Auto works 3j Complete body repair welding bumping Glau 5 steam cleaning at prices to meet four pocketbook. V 5 phone j. 4069 621 Racine St London shoe repairing and hat cleaning k. Yagoobian. Thigh Tai j. 7u7 i in Harriet via Frank Kristof in Fine footwear Hoac Jackson 1s01 Dok Rhi Avenue Flat Iron Square store hot Baumann s Brazil Block or Call great Eagle coals 471

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