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Forward (Newspaper) - October 13, 1933, Racine, WisconsinFriday october 13, 1933. Page three the cynic if the a f. C. Had distributed three billion Bucks among the unemployed and ordered it spent. Wall Street would enjoy another spasm. Ithe needy sick hospitals empty Ai Capone says where i made my mistake was in trying to clean up the mess left by Wall Street. I should have paid my taxes in England instead of maintaining soup kitchens in Chicago. Good roads Are Concrete ribbons built with borrowed Money passing through deserted farms connecting a series of dead towns with bankrupt cities at each end on which Home less hitch hikers Dodge repossessed of livers bought on the in stall ment plan. Extra extra bulletin 1930. Business is recovering and we will soon enjoy permanent Prosperity. J. P. Morgan extra extra bulletin 1931. The increase in steel loadings proves that the depression is past. Andrew Mellon. Extra extra bulletin 1932. Diaries Ilic depression Pasi and we Are definitely on the upgrade. Extra extra bulletin 1933. The recent Rise in the stocks is a sign of reviving business. Henry Ford. One of these Guys might guess right someday. Continued from Page one editions exist but they do. We know that no appropriations were made by the county Board in their budget to take care of this but it seems that special sessions have been called Many times for less urgent than Andrj Riim be called and an appropriation made to take care of this need until the county Board meets in the fall session. The super visors will do Well to remember this when adopting the budget for the coming year by Mak ing an appropriation sufficient to take care of this need which the Federal Relief administrator says must be forthcoming or the whole state will be subject to being Cut from Federal Aid if the proper complaint is made. We of the workers commit tee Hope that this will not be necessary and that those in charge and responsible take immediate Steps to Correct this unnecessary evil. Its getting easier to organize labor. Let s see Vanzetti we executed for starting a Union Tom Mooney got life imprisonment Eugene v. Debs Only got ten years. Today we Only lose our jobs. Money is a medium of preventing the working Man from getting what he produces. A new Field of scientific research is the study of How to connect a Man s Stu Mach and his Job so that in times like this he can Park them together. War debts explained i. We him leu i uru pc me Usu item. 2. They owe us the Money. 3. We can t get the Money. People who Start buy now campaigns won t understand Why we can t get the Money but we will explain it anyway. They Haven t got the Money. 2. They can t borrow the Money. 3. We won t let them pay us with anything but Money they Haven t got and can t get. This being the Case let s do something else about them. Here Are three Good plans. First forget them. Second remember them always. Third write them Down in a Book and lose the Book. 1 favor the first two plans because 1 Don t like to see any nay Good Book of there Are other plans too. For instance continue the War debt conferences in european hotels until the Bell hops save enough out of their tips to pay them. City affairs continued from Page one those who Are in a position to pay the City and county Are going to suffer undue hard ships in making both ends meet. We understand that a Spe Cial collector is being used to make collections on delinquent income and personal property taxes. Why can t this work be expanded to cover real estate taxes also undoubtedly some Radewan co. Meat Market 1245 Douglas ave. Sam Aceto groceries and meats 1507 Prospect St news item Stock Market remains steady on Rock Bot Queen Marie Antoinette told starving subjects to eat cake if they had no bread. They ate cake off her dining room table. A Little bread might have saved her head. Carlson shoes shoe and repair shop Fine repairing. Get your thanksgiving Turkey Early before we used to Pray for deliverance from fire War flood and j pistil acc. But if its the Only Way to make jobs go around let s have pm. We Call for and deliver. They Ell in the fellow who coined the term overproduction recently died from malnutrition. Mos Fellows want Job. I want in Check. If there work connected with it i la take thai too. If presiden Roosevelt used Power under the Era Wottom tar Art . I ask you. Opportunity again presents itself to the Young inventor Lart Yrtti to oking Tor ii anime Cotton and Plant the in operation reconditioned used tires and furniture trek ism do Taftas of these places could make a Small payment regularly if some method of collecting was started. We would also Sug Gest that the daily paper in Racine Start an educational program on this subject both through its columns and through the radio station. Rate h the recent announcement of the Low electricity rates in the muscle Shoals District reminds us that Racine is to have a hearing on its electric rates on oct. 18th. A report issued by a special legislative committee shows that the Cost of generating at the Lakeside Power Plant is but fifty five one hundredths of one cent while we can scarcely Hope for the 3c top rate of the Tennessee Valley we Hope that the rate commission will answer the prayer of its petitioners and re Duce the present rate which is some 1360 per cent above the Cost of production. And finally the comrades picketing the Radiator factory were treated to a bit of action on tuesday that had not been scheduled. An enraged Parent went into the factory and took his son off the Job. That la teach you to he said As he sent the errant lad Home with a flying kick to the proper spot. Here Cornea my old Man Sam door1an. Cormack service station Taylor at Durand Miller s Flowers Racine Floral co. J. 718 219 sixth St. Vakos bras. Shoe repairing hat cleaning. J. 3484 532 Monument so. Firehammer Millwork co. Storm Sash be comfortable and save fuel. 719 Mead St p. 1290 John Chovan groceries and meats 2200 Racine St Tel p. 1181 Quality plus sen ice andersens three Way shoe repair shop member Racine shoe rebuild Era association. Opposite Wadhams station. 1w5 state St. Compliments Gordon s inc. The Swap for Cool mornings and frosty nights keep your at a moderate even temperature with fuel from our mod Ern silo storage. Koppers Coke soft cod Brazil Block phone Jackson 2341 Blac Misawic fuel company t i i

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