Racine Examiner in Racine, Wisconsin
6 Apr 1934

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6 Apr 1934

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Racine Examiner, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1934, Racine, WisconsinThe Racine examiner vol. 1. Friday april 6, 1934 extra copies 3c Home show to open on tuesday at memorial Hall Advance interest shown indicates record attendance with Many prizes and souvenirs to be offered to do a you Apple pie lovers Here is your Chance to have the biggest and Best one you Ever ate absolutely free. Not a Mere Apple pie of the usual size but a regular fifteen yes 15 Pound affair the kind Mother used to make Only Gigantic Par excellence. A real treat and a real meal for somebody. Fifteen Pound Apple pies will be Given away free at the Home show one each Day. You certainly will not want to miss the Chance of winning the Best Apple pie Ever made. Racine 3 own Home show will open tuesday afternoon at memorial Hall and will continue through wednesday and thursday. The show will be open sifter does and evenings of 1hose Days. Admission Price will be Only 10 cents. The Home show has been very successful in the past and last Rumor hotel meet decides Council Pouch Racine started to put its House in order As a result of the election held last tuesday. Five new Alder men were Malme o presidency and com the United Home grocers Assn. A in conjunction with the elec Aie Trie refrigerator dealers of Racine. National advertisers to display. Or. Ted Schliesmann a the second Ward George a Bacel Tive in making the show a of the fourth Ward Anton Han Sci Range ments announces that of the eighth Ward Henry Cha Mai besides the special big Apple of the tenth Ward and Roy Olsen pies to Given away there of the twelfth. The following we will do numerous other prizes Sadowsky o to be offered. About 60 Bas the 14th and Arthur Jackson of the. Sets of groceries will be Given sixth. Away also every Day. Three a socialists were Defeated in Large col Hes hampers filled eluding Lars p. Christensen of the. With groceries Wilt constitute eighth Ward and John Burmah of the. The daily door or incs i0tn Herb Katt who waa a so Wie Tauy door Ici Alist candidate from the fourth nation i advertisers and Ward also went Down to defeat manufacturers of food prod it rumoured that a private con acts and Lime equipment will Ference was Heid at the hotel a i i j t f it i -11 file a Monck certain members of the hold special displays that will baloney mightier than sword in proper hands partenkirch10n, Good solid hard hut elastic Gor Man sausage saved the life of Frana Bauer Young son of a Farmer in the Bavar an mountains when he was attacked by an unknown assailant with a knife. Franz with a Knapsack on his shoulder in which the sausage was Franz pulled the sausage from his Knapsack brandished it like a sword and knocked the assailant on the head so violently that be Laid off and ran away. Be of special interest to All is Rife As to the purpose of the con housewives. Many of them Ference and whether the Mayo will have samples and Sou Able to Rotain contro1 of the venire to offer. Officers of Home grocers Sam the United Assn. Are Council. Davis slated for president it la said that among the thing discussed at the conference was selection of a candidate for presi dec rotary treas the inside track for this position user. These officers has frequently acted As the tute the committee actively in charge arrangements for the Hume show. All the latest devices which housewives Are interested in will be on display. And All the information on making a tasty meal can be obtained right there. No one can afford 1o miss this educational Opportunity. To initiate veterans class members of the Vel Crana of for eign wars of Raclyn Are Retting mayor s floor Leader at meeting of the Council in the past. It is by natural to assume that he a. Draw the mayor s support for the Job. Speculation is also Rife As to we was present at the secret meeting All that could be Learned was tha there were nine aldermen present the next regular meeting of the Council will be april 17, a that time the president will b elected and the mayor s commit. Tee appointments Wil be announced. It is also rumoured that another Pur pose of the private conference a the hotel Racine was to Rome t some agreement on committee assignments. Anyway the Public Wil 1 know All about it after the meeting. April x7. Among the most important com William f. Ehrlich j Ost no. 1391, will then initiate a arge class of i j new in num brr. There will be Drill teams from Milwaukee posts and visitors from Kenosha and Delavan. Our own o. C. Claus state com Mander of the veterans of foreign will be one of principal speakers Ai will also Dan Fulbright of the City of Milwaukee Post Dan Hose is Alto on the Jiro Gram for a talk. There will Plen y of refresh ments and a Good time is Guaran teed to All who attend. The meet ing Wil Opin p. M. Ladles auxiliary to entertain. The ladies auxiliary of the Wil Liam f. Ehrlich Post will entertain the men on april 17. A play let is one of the features of the program. There will also be dancing and refreshments commander Claus reports that within the past few months forty three new Josts and thirty two new Aurllia ies of the veterans of for eign wars were organized in the United states. In w Consin along the membership has increased by 700. Commander Claus has just completed a round of seven state District conferences and about May 1 will take another swing around the circuit he has been untiring in his work n organizing new state posts and lending campaigns for new memberships. Judge Belden to open Spring term judge Bolden will open the Spring term of the circuit court monday. April 3. Court will Convene at the county courthouse. There Are for to four cases for jury trial and twelve chaos listed so far for court decision. Vine of these Are Crim Inal cases. Memorial services for the Latt William rum off. Prominent local attorney will he Helix at the open ing of the court. A member of local bar Vul Render the principal a serious task before them. Ther a greater tax delinquency tha in any previous year. The Delin quent tax Roll amounts to 413.09 out of a total of John Hanson and Harold Wagne Are the newly elected members the school Board. Oscar Juco so t was re elected. The new Choc 1 Board however will not organize 0. A to boost Bill Armstrong f 0 r governor republicans May carry coalition Campaign. At a recent meeting of republicans in Milwaukee William Arm Strong former mayor of Racine was prominently mentioned As the party s candidate Lor governor of Wisconsin. A state convention will to held in june at which tune Tho party slate and platform of principles will be definitely decided upon. J or. Armstrong s name has frequently been spoken of in connection with the gubernatorial Candi Dacy with the defeat of Kohler t o years ago the republicans were left Leader is. Early political Rumo Rii would seen to indicate a possibility of Kohl a being a candidate for United states senator against Young Bob la Follette. Republicans will need a forceful Man to Lead the ticket and they figure that Bill Armstrong May Supply the punch for the Campaign. His connections with veterans organi a ions will also materially assist hire. He has been prominently identified with the Spanish ame rican veterans organizations for years and Haa held both state and National offices. Coalition to liked of. Other candidates talked of Are Fred r. Zimmerman former governor. Zimmerman was one of the most popular secretaries of state Wisconsin bus had n years. He has recently teen making numerous Public and speeches Over the state and there Are those who say that May he a preliminary to his announcement As a Candi Date. Progressive Madison politicians it is said would like to see the fac until july As the old membership tonal strife within the Republican holds Over until that time. 13 banned As bus it Jubei. Fairmont. W. A b no school bus in Mirion bearing no. 13 on its Side. Although i the county Board of education open acts 16 busses no. "13 was omitted 1 because several parents Obj toe i to their children Riding in it. All humanity is heir to the Beauty of the Var table world but poems of Art is no Rasta by to be inducted nto Possession of Thi Large estate. A bitterly cold Day is thus do scribed by an ancient poetical it Toro Logist first it blew an 1 then it Snew and then it an 1 then it pyrrho Crock philosopher we the founder of the sceptical Scho 1 fight hard to retain the offices they ranks ended. They might agree according to rumours to the Stal warts naming an acceptable Liberal with the understanding that Young Bob s chances would not be hampered. Progressives apparently seem to recognize the futility of running Phil la Follette on the same ticket with his brother. Wis Consin has never looked with favor upon Fame y set ups in political of no. Gov. Schmedeman of course will undoubtedly be a candidate for re election. This has been intimated in several of his recent Public utterances. Democrats Are going to of philosophy. Captured in the in slide of two assembling huge English plane Nash Seaman strike agreement reached unions at three plants must ratify plan companies agree to collective bargaining. Strikes at the Nash motors company plants in Racine and Kenosha and at the affiliated Seaman body Corpora Tion Here were settled Las night at Racine by the Automo bile labor Board. The terms of the settlement Are subject to ratification by the membership of unions in the three plants but already have been approved by the management of the two companies it was said by or. Leo Wolman chairman of the Board. The agreement was announced after three of mediation by the Board. The strikers committee with recommend acceptance of the Settle ment it was indicated in a statement issued by Wisconsin state federation of labor special squad of police to handle Gotham s aliens other woman 28 times tells How trick is worked paid we for being Caugh for Benefit of wives seeking divorce. Los Angeles Twenty High times a divorce co respondent is the record of pretty Kathleen Bryne c new York it has been Dise Overe 1 Here. A want and placed in a local Newt paper by a motion picture produce seeking a Gir with i knowledge of collusive divorce t Supply needed details for a scenario brought dozens of applicants. One girl said she bad Beer a pc Feas ional co respondent three time i and had made Good every time. But a letter written by i. S Bryne late of new York and hot ton who said she had been a professional co j won her he Job of technical a miss Byrne told some of her i per fences As a paid co responder t years ago. The conflict betwee i democratic committee woman or Bowler and democratic commit Teeman Charles e. Broughton Bot i of Sheboygan is reaching a Amic Able solution. Both were in the rat 3 As democratic candidates far uni de states senator but it 13 Saiid Thi t mrs. Bowler is planning on will drawing. And How the Racket is worked. She they number hundreds. If you Are a professional co re there Are Hundred of them in new York and other states where a husband or wife must be proved unfaithful in order to make a divorce usually Are on the Telephone list of some attorney who specializes in divorce cases. It s like being on Call As a Model for artists. Then when he has a client he Calls you up. Can Yov work to he usually says. He then make an appointment for you to go to a hotel to Mejt a Man you be never seen. He is he husband who has arranged with his wife for him to be found in an involved situation so that she May get the divorce. Well the husband usually puts a bottle of liquor on the table and then you retire to the privacy of an adjoining room and put on leg Liege attire. A state of Dis Habille is necessary. Then wait talking about Imp Weathens or something. Mister a to bar Lef Cretty nervous almost always. Sometimes he takes a Good Many brinks. Outraged wife. Finally there is a Knock. You go to the door and say who it and a Bellboy says ice water your Cue then is to open the door whereupon a detective and the pretend edly outraged wife enter. The detective is very professional miss Byrne explains. Note the state of dress of the he says to the wife. They look around a Little and go travels 150 Miles to find Mill near Home Grantsburg wis. Frank Anderson Frederic St nations. Who May be deported. Just what criminals May re turned to their native countries As undesirable Here is pointed out As follows by the commissioner two classes of aliens Are de Ort de a 20 per cent increase. Terms of settlement. The manufacturers under the legally in the country who have violated our Laws and those who Are illegally Here. The first group despite the fact terms of settlement also agreed to the following Points they will bargain collectively with both majority and minority groups of their employees. Will recognize seniority rights. Striking employees will be re turned to work without loss of that they have obtained proper a standing. Rehl ring will begin 1m Tive passports and had them t Rop mediately upon acceptance of terms Erly Vised by tha american co isl. May be sent out of the country for violating the privileges granted by the employees and All Are expected to be Back in the shops with a two weeks after final scylla the largest air plane built for service on great Britain s airways had to be assembled nut doom at the Root Ester Ai drome because a Hanchir big enough c my not be foil nil. The great ship will 18 passengers and a Crew of Lour. Purpose and policy the Racine Miner is a new institution in the City of Racine. It is intended to be a metropolitan publication containing local news and other items for the attention and interest of the Reader. For the beginning it will be distributed free of Harge to every Home in Racine. Look for it on your Doorstep toward the end of every week. Naturally we Are going to considerable expense to make this the Best possible new3pa 3er. We will maintain an up to Date news service political Home Church social and other features which you will no want to miss. The Only Way v e can Hope to maintain this newspaper is by the advertising of local merch ints. The Racine Miner has no axe to grind it has no Favos to seek or powerful friends to please. This is your newspaper intended for the purpose of boosting Racine. We Wil try to do our Sha by giving you a paper that w 11 be Worth your while to read. Because of the fac that we have n o axe to grind or favors to seek or powerful friends to i lease we can look upon Public questions with an air of detachment and Independence not common with other newspapers. We have no political affiliations we sponsor no particular cause except that which concerns the future and the welfare of the people and the City of Racine. Racine has just a led successfully through troubled seas. Bot employer and employee have clasped hands in Mutual understanding with respect. Both have met their difficulties half Way. There should be no further misunderstandings. Idle parts and Idle hands do not make for Progress. Racine is essentially a manufacturing City its industries being widely and adorably known throughout the world. Naturally therefore Racine s future depends upon the maintenance of Industrial peace and Good will Between Emp Over and employee. The time has come to boost Racine. There is every Evi Lence of a stable and sustained nation wide economic recovery. There is a a a of helping it along and there is also a Way of hindering it. One can either boost it or sneer at it. It is the difference be tween an Optimist and i Pessimist. If you Are a Booster and an opt Mist you will be with us. As for the others they will always live ii mental chains unwilling id recognize the facts that stare them in the fat e. As Racine s Young est newspaper we humbly beg your patience we re Alize we Are not perfect. We also know As newspapermen that there is room for improvement. As it goes along new features will be adde a. And Ideal hews will obtain greater prominence. Your suggestions and will be Welcome and i i out Earnest consideration. I convicted of a Caln e of turpitude within five 3 ears of their entry into the United states and sentenced to a peril d of Oytt one year for this crime such aliens Are deportable. If after the five year period has passed they Are convicted Nore than once of a crime of Noral turpitude and in each instant Are sentenced to a period of Over one Yew this makes them deportable. In this latter Case both such o Imes must have been committed after mar i hit that being the Date upon which this deportation act took effect. The second group of aliens that Are deportable those who Are illegally in the country. Tins is the class that the alien squad finds most Active in crime. Their ires ence in the country in All cases is because they have been unable to obtain the lived Vised passport to admit them Here legally. Many ways of entering. The probabilities Are that they were denied the visa by the Amer ican Consul because for some Rea son they were considered us Esler Able immigrants in this country. Such aliens resort to various Means of entering the county illegally. They come by Way o adjacent Canadian and mexican Bor Ders they ship As seamen and then desert the boat at an ame ican port they come As As temporary visitors and by making use of false documents. They of course Are depot table alone on account of being Here illegally provided however such illegal entry occurred after july 1, 1924. If the illegal entrant is Here before 1924 and engages in crime. He is then deportable by ova e of his criminal activities As before stated. Numerous cases come to tha at Tention of the alien squad of r liens permitted Here for temporary an3 who disregard thin temporary status and remain Here. Corpse sits us. Bids Mourner Good morning a Victoria. Spain Gabriels be Cinn was praying1 by the be1 on which the body of her most Ontl Mata Friend Petronila Ginarn 69 old rested. The room was silent. Flickered beside the body. Tick of a clock accentuated the deadly quiet. Suddenly the Mounter Beard. Clearly and distinctly Good turn ing Gabriels recon Ted tto of her dead Friend if terror she fled from the room. The physician the code taker. And the priest who had pronounced Donna pet Tonua Lead Wen caned. The pts Faatea Aholt Tod treat be had erred and that pet Mito Stuffl we ten on. De Tekor so to cancelled the far Eoff Nad adv toed the out Nethery that the Pkt revered for would not be Occi Ted new is receiving Visi tors and Tetuan them about bar old Lake near Marsh bares water tragedies Horicon Marsh at one time the site of the largest artificial Lake in the country upon which steamers navigated Dattor. Has yielded up a number dec relics. In the exact Kantar of the Marsh now a Gaspe Pia imn hits of age Bam Heel Load which Wece identified with ships scheduled to arrive in port 00 years ago. La one spot parts of a Large boiler sur rounded by blocks of quarried indicate the conclusion of one by age. Two other vessels Are knows the have gone Down la the Lake. One scow Sank in july 1867, whim Light Ning struck it during a Hurricane killing three of the Crew Aad seriously injuring tha remaining is the other disaster occurred two years later when the boiler of the Steamer Winer exploded killing two. Girl Sailor is Back in u. S. The Feorata mate in men u Sluwa Witk in

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