Forward in Racine, Wisconsin
20 Oct 1933

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Forward in Racine, Wisconsin
20 Oct 1933

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Forward (Newspaper) - October 20, 1933, Racine, WisconsinDevoted to the Best interest of Racine s people official Organ of the Racine county workers committee vol. I. No. Al Racine Wisconsin Friday october 20, 1933. Peice 3 cents return to 8 the settlement of the Young strike was welcomed by Al concerned last monday morning. Eight discharged men Are Back on the Job and All employees Are to receive a ten per cent increase in pay. After an unsuccessful attempt to Settle last sunday morning the pickets renewed their activities and As a result a favor Able agreement was reached before noon monday. The Racine workers com Mittee issued the following statement to the Racine news papers explaining their part in labor party passes pacifist Resolution the British labor party meeting last week unanimously voted not to participate in future wars unless British soil were actually invaded and if necessary to adopt a general strike to prevent hostilities. It u Liuti Giichi Tan legalizing pacifism under All circumstances. The strike. We the Racine county workers committee make this statement to the press. We Are pleased that the the workers on their Victory. Although or were in sym Pathy with their cause the Soli in this Here n. O. Bacons sow from Missouri Der editor i take my pen in hand to Letu u Noe that things Are get Ting worser Nabe Rhood. Had nine pigs last Nite Mother and litter do in Fine. Bob busted Livin out on hunger Eric reports that his hens Are laying twice a Day. Beside the prize Holstine of Jasper milk dumper who lives in Cream run township broke the world record Given twelve gallon in one milking. Jasper says he May have to shoot Bessie yet. Our popular Black in Racine Darity of the unemployed Tim tinkerer went an got responsible for the magnificent. A Patent in Trayter that picket lines and the peaceful bums tolling but air. Manner in which they were conducted. This is the first time perhaps in the nation that the unemployed men so ably some out a in Nown Persun put pro Misun fire in the Back of reset Hals store by thrown a bucket of water on it. He yet but says he has on 5um. Supported those protesting been caught against poor working Condi Constable sniff tons. War did this to Spur la a Good glue to Boring people Onward in the buddy fight to bring about better con j a team of mules belonging editions for both employed and to Willy was struck by and unemployed we believe j , blowing under the outcome will have effect in i a you Rizic mulc3 waa a Luzj aiding the recovery the Cotton saved now that the Young Radia make9 it that much worse be. Tor employees Are satisfied we caws cant buy another withdraw our picket lines hop team Ullem he Gutu paid or ing that we have rendered a the Cotton whirl he was gup service to the working class of to plow under and he and our organization Racine . T i i a Kumcu Lugn Liv ing Standard of the american people is but a memory to some seventeen thousand Citi Zens of Rac Feie. These people now Relief recipients were for Merly the Good customers of our merchants. They were tax payers who had done their part today an attitude is displayed toward these people in some quarters Akin to the feeling one has for a poor re lation who drops in during a party. Bearing in mind that the plight of these people is not their fault let us look into their Side of the Story. We will take the ease of Bill Jones or 1 night say or. Average v. _ -1 anyone. Bill was born in Racine county and brought up in the conventional Way. After eleven years in school he worked a year in a factory and then went to War. Returning from War Bill acquired a wife and made a payment on a Home. Well let him continue. Yes i fave two kids a boy and a girl and it s them i m worrying about. I had great Hopes for these kids and now 1 can t give them decent food or medical attention. And clothes Johnny gets by but Marge does t look her Best in Marli Over clothes. To Iii t because i Don t try i be worn these soles thin looking for a Job. I finally went to work for ten cents an hour for the City but after a few Days of continued on Page four of justifiable move to better conditions. Executive Board. Let s make our paper inde pendent and self supporting. Cant plow it under without a team. County super of schools wis Bird who assent Ben paid for sics months is Talkin about Takin a teacher Job in Chicago to improve his condition. Hopin things aint so bad in wheat Farmers threaten to strike Era not serve die say the wheat of the North West the government must Peg wheat prices or we strike. We called it off last May to give Roosevelt a ment has gained considerable proportions with an embargo already declared in n. Dakota. Government s program has failed to maintain wheat prices above the Cost of production and no More wheat will leave the state said the governor As he declared the embargo. The Farmers holi Day association of Wisconsin and Minnesota have expressed sentiment in favor of the strike. Walter Singler of the Wisconsin milk Pool has been invited to Confer with Milo Reno head of the National Holiday association supposedly for support in the impending wheat strike. City affairs by Sam Doorian apparently Racine is to fail in line with the Many cities in the u. S. That Are turning to the 1 urn cd i lev deliver goods join the growing list of paid Yore parts Ime fill and Send in the Blank below. Yore old standby. Timothy Hay. Forward i. Forward cd Wiah to have the to enclosed find Loe Check Here i will pay authorized col Lector i or per month. Check Here Jamea h. Ryan Rector of the Catholic University of America says the present far reaching economic revolution foreshadows the end of this statement was made before a meeting of superintendents of schools. He continues to explain that if it is not an overthrow it is a change of direction towards a planned system of society As h. N. Brailsford. The great British journalist and War Cor respondent sees Hitler involving the world in a great War in the near future. He says that the fascist die Tator is financed by the steel magnates and manufacturers of armaments and that Start ing a War is part of his con tract with them. Brailsford an ethical Liberal who has aligned himself with the British labor party has Long been an advocate of re vision of the treaty of ver Sailles. But he now finds his liberalism in a dilemma. If the treaty is revised hit Ler will be ruler of minorities that will be presented As he now persecutes jews communists. Social democrats and liberals. If the treaty is not revised the motive for War will be that much easier kept alive in Germany. Conducted by bus facts official publication of the National association of motor bus operators shows mat the number of Street cars operated in this country dropped from in 1928 to in 1932 or a decrease of nearly i 1 per cent. During the same period the number of motor buses in use jumped from 500 to for an increase of almost 15 per cent there Are several wrinkles that must be ironed out before the Street car starts its exodus from the local streets. The Council is going into the matter of Snow removal License fees repaying Etc quite thoroughly. The Laws governing Public utilities Are among the most com plex and confusing ones on the books and nobody should be grudge time spent studying the situation carefully before Mak ing a change. Henderson coming j according to a recent announcement Fred Henderson Secretary of the British labor party is to be in Racine on no vember i oth for a lecture on the economics of a world of or. Henderson is the author of the economic consequences of Power pro Money Power and i a. T 1 Cuil i oui Iua tons for the world s new age of All of which by their Clear analysis of the pres ent economic breakdown have commanded wide spread at Tention. He is one of the Best platform personalities of the lao or party and its visit to Racine will afford an unusual Opportunity to hear something of labor s struggle on the other Side of the big ism which dominated Industrial life during the last Century we stand for old i age pensions. An ample pen

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