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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 4, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say. Til will be Paia for to any of Bent lord of to the ii column Ujj sunday journal times % bulletin j vol. 5-no. 16. Racine wis., sunday aug. 4, 1935. Pm. Circulation 19,500 writer cites need for swim Pool Here a on fro to mixing 1 i warming. Of letter a vet a t i i la into the h i a it r i ii e i and Shower Pool and r r Tiller of t he Chicago to a a be in Ber of t lines in the Bat hers timing in such he Pool w in course of a e of five tents Ildren Undi a 16 Hose Over that Ould App re elate offered a Safe h a Low cd Al and voice your object. Thanks limn and a Tuble e gets printed. Dear editor i read the a min Pool in bulletin. There Maud for a pct is not Only too for poop to a ii i in. A few 1 ago i visited a swim Ninf Roo Milwaukee county at Green Park. After swimming in title i Haven had a desire to Lair Kake Michigan again this Pool Only the material with to hit h it built a the Milwaukee Relief w Ere built it. Why. Oulen t a build such a Pool v in me plan the water Iii t1�?T&Quot a a from a Well Dun to it the Well the water Hole to warm. Blue to keep the dirt Trot the water while it in ter the water has ret Tern Pesature it goes and is dil item with bather lakes a foot Ai before entering the further safety Spet water Are sent to treated a certain no each month certain feel Safe while swot a Pool. In a sure to pay for itself in the year. If a Small fee were charged for cd and ten cents for t age Many people w the fact that Bacin place to Bathe at Sui come on readers opinions on this St. Or the pet Peeve col Hanks if this Arrie j. S. A Cleveland ave urges improvements in Parks Lake front Bear editor i certainly do agree with s f a Boyd ave. I w to w Rote about a line needing improvements in in Parks and Lake front. The sundae before last i went to Kenosha and while there visited their bathing Heath. It is a wonderful place and it was real crowded too. They hat such a Nice modern Bath House and so clean. It makes a person laugh to look at the Bath House Here Iii Racine. And the dirty condition of the rest room. Kenosha has such a Nice place for picnics on the Lawn facing the Lake to Many Trees. It is an Ideal picnic grounds. If a smaller City like Kenosha can have so Many improvements. What is the matter with Racine Why can t we have some too we need More tables at Island a Quot a. My Friend and i like to take the children to the Island Park. We always have to wait until there is an empty table so we can eat our supper. At a Quarter to six last wednesday some ladies were playing cards on the picnic tables. I guess we will have to carry a card table with us and eat on that. No wonder everyone goes out of town. I go to other cities on sundays hut what can we do during the week ? i wish they could get a smaller slide at the Island. That big slide is Loo dangerous for a child under six years of age. Racine is awfully slow in getting anything done. Why do they Call it tile City of advantages Quot Kenosha has it All Over Racine in North Lahore depots and overhead Railroad tracks too. And Racine still has the old fast toned North Western tracks on state Street and does no to do anything about it. Tours truly. Mrp. E. P David St another Pat on Back for Racine Motorman dear editor a few Days ago i was coming Home from town in a Street car when All of a sudden it stopped. I did no to see any sign of people wanting to get on or off. Then the conductor got out of the Street Calandi picked up a Ball. He handed it to two Small children that wanted to go out in the Street and get it. I know that the Mother of these two children appreciates his kindness very much. Good Luck to the sundae bulletin m. D. Racine St a Wren complimented on Noonday recital photos show How to keep from growing old dear editor m v contribution a Praise. Wish much we Apreci recital with bes piano and Henna Organ. Our radio to ate it a Peeve Tell you a Metier at Peterson at i dialled to but How Day the t lie a his program every noon i wish to compliment Wren on this unique program of music and Hope it will continue. Thanking you for the bulletin. I Vav. Harriet St tells of vandalism at Racine Library dear editor this is in answer to the lady what complained Library Heil key. A so wished to i in a Cook i lock and k attendance some femal it easier to out of the it. That is cases of v the Library decent members of to yours Tri a. M. Id of some Book i ii the no kept under i k and tort time ago my wife look up a Certai in Rem pm Hook. She found it under by. And the Libi a Al Ian in explained to Het a that e vandals had cd uis dered o Cut the want a recipe Cook Book than t c i copy i Only one of t he Many Anda i ism again which is forced to prot rite it the be patient supposing fish ii what Are you throw Down i your bait and say your firn t Gnu a it first. Tins thru cd ghz you ainu to. Bet Vou fish in fish an fish and until you be etched i or used up All your u Reg it n to full Racine county i takes to kinds of insurance courthouse is protected by policies Worth �936,000. Racine county is protected to the amount of $1,814,350 against fire loss on All of the structures it owns and it has a proportionate amount of coverage against wind storms. This was revealed by the insurance committee of the county Board of supervisors which pointed out that the average rate per Hundred against fire for a three year period is 66.7 cents and that against destruction by wind is 14.7 cents a Hundred on a three year period. I ten or More types of insurances Are carried. Included Are Protection on All buildings automobile liability and property damage Safe j and burglary messenger and Holdup elevator liability Public liability on elevators and highways boiler insurance and compensation. In the list of buildings covered by insurance the Foremost is the courthouse on w High policies carried amount to $936,000. This is under an to per cent co insurance clause. Furniture and equipment in the 11-Story Structure is Cov ered i to the extent of $106,000. Asylum building covered. The Asylum building is covered to the extent of $702,000 and on it furniture and equipment there is insurance of $32,500. Also in the county Asylum group is the county Home insured at $108,000, with its furniture and equipment at $13,-500. The Power Plant carries insurance of $32,000. All other outlying buildings in this group Are covered to the extent of approximately $123,000. Included in the coverage in this group is livestock machinery feed and farm products in storage. A warehouse at Gatliff occupied by the Highway department is insured for $20,000. This includes its contents. Sunny Root Sanatorium is protected to the extent of $125,000. This includes furniture and equipment a new Structure in process of completion and equipment nurses Home and furniture and equipment. Insured against liability. The county agricultural school at Rochester is insured to the extent of $1 14,000 on the school building furniture and equipment dormitory. Furniture and equipment the residence for school principal and farm buildings livestock feed machinery and produce in storage. Against automobile liability and property damage the county is in turn to Page to col. 3 children invited to display Flowers at show aug. 24-25 children who want to display Flowers at the annual Flower show aug. 24-25 now have an Opportunity to do so. Previously the entrants were re iric ted to Junior gardeners and Ream Zed groups. This year. A ording to an announcement he Racine boys illustrate everyday missteps to be avoided. Three Racine boys Ruddy i Mthr and Billy Porter who live on Park Avenue and Lueien Osborne Wisconsin Street demonstrated for the journal times cameraman How to avoid growing old. In the pictures they Are enacting the everyday missteps which the police department is trying to teach children to avoid taking a ride on the rear of an automobile is dangerous business Ai any time Billy and reveal graphically in the first picture. All three boys Are shown in the second picture a hooking Quot a ride on the Back of a Streetcar. Children can t do this very often with impunity the police warn. The bicycle rider who a hitches on Quot to an Auto is inviting catastrophe. And in the third picture buddy shows How simple it is to have a serious Accident. Buddy and Billy in the fourth picture Are demonstrating the danger that looms in Riding a double Quot on a bicycle especially when a running through an arterial Highway As they Are about to do. Buddy in the foreground and Lueien show How boys playing Ball in the Street can run into danger before they Are aware of it. Police receive i few complaints on racketeers victims usually done to want to be a kidded by friends. Thousands to attend music festival schools show at Washington Park wednesday night great increase in enrolment tickets ready for music Pete reserved seats now on Sale at journal times office. What throw Success Are you first m re. Qui Der Iii i 6 Ige e i r inst a a an ii until is for g Gret fret d i Ida i until Lav May i act to tues show. S will m is. Q Uneeda v Racine enter n will a of in one of the City s most picturesque settings the Washington Park bowl the fourth annual Racine music festival is to be presented wednesday evening aug. 7. The committee on locale has spent Long hours in perfecting plans to assure the Comfort and enjoyment of those who attend the festival and have completed arrangements which it is believed will meet with the approval and support of All music lovers of the City. The festival site is to the immediate left of Valley drive going from Washington Avenue toward twelfth Street. Artists facing toward Washington Avenue will have directly in front of them the festival patrons chairs. A total of 250 Patron tickets at $1 each have been provided. At the North and South of these Patron seats will be erected several sections of bleachers where the reserved sections will he located. At 50 cents each 1.440 bleacher seats Are available. Sloping Hill i in to in. A Beautiful sloping Hill from the rear of the Homes on Washington Avenue Down toward the howl has been designated As the place for general admission tickets. There on the Cool Well Cut grass additional patrons of the festival will enjoy this musical treat. The Sale of general admission tickets at the Park will be conducted by the veterans of foreign wars who will also serve As Ushers. Their v. F. W. Caps and badges will designate their official capacity. Reserved tickets Are now in Sale at the journal times office and the reserved ticket Sale Wil continue Here until 5 30 on wednesday after that to be con ave. Would trim Bushes on boulevards Here dear editor the danger of tall Bushi shrubbery on the Boulevard called to my attention recent were driving Aion a hoi when suddenly a Small Chi out into tile Street. The child 4 or 5 years old Hail been behind the Bushes which w High we could not see i Der to think what would was we v Ford ran twirl or it a i f Ive opened slowly brakes whose to get t t i if halt in Bee we also our ear i of it had been at it occupants were in a somewhere that Litt to he living today. A Oum be trimmed Dot k Nice. When the by her i h i e girl these the monday s will he a 2 p. Ii. A the Horn it f mrs. Quimby 93 4 haves Avenue. Tuesday meetings will be at 2 p. In. At the Home of mrs Taul hand. 818 Wolff Street. Children May attend whichever is nearest. Master juniors i i. Master Junior gardeners or those who have had three years of training will Aid in demonstrating artistic arrangement table settings. Modelling Birdhouse building and making Bubble bouquets. Children Are to bring the vases and types of Flowers they want to enter in the show. Those inter est de in modelling Are to bring Large White Oak of soap and paring knives or Finger Nail files. Those who want to build is or a Brit materials and to Page pc column 4/ ducted at the ice skating House at the bowl. To lose off drive. The co operation of the police department in handling the crowds and shunting traffic away from Valley drive has been pledged. Valley drive is to be blocked off from Washington Avenue to thirteenth Street and the Street above the bowl will also be blocked off. To assure safety of Entrance to pedestrians and those coming from parked cars. Parking of cars will necessarily have to be on streets other than those mentioned above. Only through ticket sales can the music festival be a financial Suc. Cess. Bleachers Are to be erected lights must be installed music provided for the hundreds of musicians. And numerous other incidental expenses must he met. The committee on til Ket sales urges the fullest co operating o the citizens of in in the Purchase of festival tic Al to. By John d. Roberts a brackets Are funny observed chief Grover c. Butter of the Racine police department during one of the recent hot Day j. A they support a Large number of Wise people who victimize other Wise people who Are looking for an off color bargain. We have pm Here lots of Mem. But we get few complaints about them. The victims Are usually Content to Chalk up a loss when they realize they have bitten off a hot one an i done to want to he a kidded by their friends. A i know of Young continue d the chief a who make a fat living going about the country and working their rackets. We know the game they Are in but there is j nothing we can do about it a we get no complaints. I know men w to pull off the fake Diamond Racket thereby getting plenty of soft Money which they spend with a lavish hand. Friends wonder How they get by without working hut we know. Have Stock in Trade. A these Fellows have a Stock in Trade consisting of one first water Diamond and several fakes which Are perfect imitations of it. They go to some Large town and display the real Diamond to a Prospect. Permitting him to have it valued by a dealer. The dealer of course says its o. K. And a bargain at the Price so the Man slips them their Price and in turn is i slipped tile phony Diamond. A then there Are the travellers who Palm off a phony Diamond or Ruby to an unsuspecting Oil station attendant. The game is to get Jour tank filled with to or 12 Gallons of gasoline and then make a big play that you have been robbed. Finally Jou remember you have a valuable Diamond ring which you agree to leave As Security if the station Man will Advance you a few dollars to carry you Home. He readily does this Only to find out after you have travelled a Long Way off that the Stone is made of paste and Worth about 25 cents. Ask some of a our Oil station attendant friends to show you their Diamond rings sometime and Iii guarantee they will Blush. New Racket uncovered. A a new Racket which has sprung up since the craze for old coins has been revived is that of having an apparent a panhandlers approach you and ask for Coffee Money. He goes through his pants and digs out an old Coin of the Issac Vintage which he says he will be glad to give you for a half or quart get Dollar. A the Coin is one w hich he picked up on a bargain shelf in some dealer s place. I know dealers who say they have regular customers who Corno in and get $6 and $8 Worth of old coins at a tune for this very purpose. Of course the loins have hardly any value at All and May stand Tho panhandler about a Nickel apiece. concluded the chief a a you have in keep your Eves open Nhy i you go out looking for stirring martial music a triumphant processional of Entrance the beloved strains of a the Star spangled Banner Quot and Racine s fourth annual music festival will be under Way wednesday evening at Washington Park. Promptly at 8 Oeloel the music festival program will begin. The program of innumerable musical features expected to draw Forth superlatives of commendation from the thousands attending the festival will move Forward at a Lively Ever interesting Pace. A Short trumpet flourish played by the festival hand a select group of 91 players will serve As a signal for the Entrance from Back of the stand of the various units to have a part in the program a the nine hands five soloists male chorus and women s chorus three drum corps. During this processional the festival band will play a March number. As the drum corps enter each is to give a Short standing number in front of the stand and As the last corps is seated the concert band under the direction of John Opferkuch will play a echoes from the classics Quot Tobani. To often program. While the concert band is taking its place with the massed chorus. Which it is expected will total some 1,500 singers Brief introductory remarks will he made by the master of ceremonies h. S. Mann. Massed band and the massed chorus will join in a the Star spangled Banner Quot and the program will be under Way. Soloist winners Tenor baritone Soprano contralto and Basso in last weeks elimination contests will contribute their talents to the program in solos which will be presented Between ensemble numbers. Solos will precede and follow the initial massed chorus number a a pilgrims chorus Quot from a Tann Hauser Quot Wagner Sung under the direction of Frederick Schulte and accompanied by the festival band. Or. Schulte also will direct the massed hand in a this Honor Quot Fillmore and a on Wisconsin Purdy add dance feature. After another Solo and the appearance of the winning women s chorus a feature new to the festival this j ear w ill be presented the dance number a an old fashioned Garden Quot Given by 200 children of Racine s eight playgrounds trained by miss f7va Gartner and directed by miss Edna Christensen. Colourful costumes representing Lovely blooms will make this one of the loveliest features of the evening. Solos will prelude and postlude two massed chorus numbers a drink to me Only with thine eyes Quot and the negro spiritual Frederick again direct the chorus. Under the direction of John Opferkuch the massed hand will play a Shenen Doah Quot a March by Goldman and a March arrangement from Verdi s opera next the american lutheran association male chorus will he heard to be followed by the massed band playing a stars and stripes forever Quot sous conducted by or. Opferkuch. More than 2,000 artists Are expected to participate in the grand finale w hich will be the tone poem a a filandia Quot by Jean Sibelius with the festive hand the massed Chor a go Down i us and the massed band participate Schulte will j my under the Baton of Frederick Schulte. A on great Lone Hills a the voice arrangement will be Sung by the massed chorus As the program closes. A Community singing under the direction of Dave Pritchard always a popular feature of festival pro Grams is again to be included in wednesday evenings features. Racine a playgrounds plan lantern Parade and circus few Gaines remain softball volleyball schedules. Iii with Only a few games remaining in softball and volleyball schedules. Racine s eight playgrounds this week will begin preparation for the Summers major events. The annual lantern Parade is to be held aug. 15, and the first annual playground circus is be held aug. 14. In addition to making lanterns and rehearsing for their part in Racine stores plan big sales Dollar Day thursday to be exceptional event free bus rides. Collection Box urged to shame Penn Pincher Bostons or a a collection Box that nobody could ignore is suggested by or. H. Augustine Smith of the Boston University school of music in a plea for funds to sunroom the open air concerts of the Boston symphony orchestra ensemble. Under or. Smith s novel plan. A Dollar Hill dropped into the Box would produce no sound a Quarter would ring a Bell a Nickel would blow a whistle and if someone passed by without contributing the Box would fire a Blank Cartridge and tao the unfortunates picture for future reference. Racine legion Post will again select miss �?T76 for �?T35 Quot who will he crowned miss �?T76 for 1935 ? that is a question which is to he uppermost in the minds of Many Racine citizens during the coming month. On saturday sept. 7. The annual american legion drum and Bugle corps will hold its annual dance at memorial Hall and following the custom of several years the Young lady Selling the most tickets for this event will be crowned miss 76. Additional honors Are to be hers by virtue of her Victory. She will he the recipient of Many valuable prizes will occupy the seat of Honor at the dance in september and will he recognized in other suitable ways. Girls interested in competing for this Honor Are to meet at memorial Hall at 7 Oclock tomorrow night. When details concerning the Competition will he revealed. Scene of epic work by Hale rehabilitated Mackinac Island. up a the old Mission House in which Edward Everett Hale wrote a the Man without a country a is being rehabilitated. The Mission House built in 1825 As an Indian Mission and school became famous when it was opened i As a summer hotel in 1845 by or. And mrs. De Franks. It had been. Conducted As such until this Spring when Gertrude l. Smith of Cleveland purchased it at auction. She said the building would be reconditioned and refurnished. The old Register ii among the guest general Sherman and lady also two merchants of Racine Are combining their efforts to make Dollar Day thursday an exceptional sales event. Much of the late summer Stock and new fall goods will be included in the sales of merchandise ranging from ready to Wear to household and Garden equipment. This is an opportune time merchants Point out for outfitting a child for the fall school term. In each of the stores attractive specials will he featured. These will be advertised in the journal times. Free bus rides will he furnished shoppers Between 9 and to a. In. And again Between i and 2 p. In. Thursday. Since unprecedented values Are expected to draw thousands to the shopping centers merchants suggest that those who can. Do their shopping Early. Town serious Over Barber shop politics Cheboygan. Mich. A a a Barber shop politics Quot is the a real thing Quot in this City. Residents can be shaved on a saturday night by a probate judge Register a deed with the Man who used to rub tonic on their Scalp or ask advice about the Barbers itch from an Alderman. Probate judge a. T. Mcclintic was the owner of a Barber shop for 30 years before he entered politics. He is serving his second term but still works in the shop on Busy saturday nights. Register of deeds Leonard j. Mcdonald and Alderman Robert Duncan Are former Barbers now holding elective positions. Son accuses Mother of using witchcraft Smithfield n. C. A a charged with brutality ejecting his Mother from his Home. Willard Langdon Farmer accused or of employing witchcraft to make him miserable. Langdon told the court he had been having a a wild since his Mother a cast a spell Quot on him by spreading a Streak of grease on the floor by his bed. The circus playground children will have Sand modelling contests j and handcraft projects. Kite flying is becoming popular j at Knapp playground. When the wind refused to co operate Early last week the boys improved their kites under supervision of play Leader Roy Bovers. Advised and assisted by Bill Goodland Clifford Wright Alex Temmer and Ernie Temmer the Knapp Birdhouse handcraft class is building up to Date birdhouses. They Are being covered with a coloured roofing paper. Presents play. Last thursday the Pratt playground presented a one act play to a Large audience. A the sleeping Beauty became a living Story of the Days of princesses and fairies. In the cast were Margaret Anderson King Mary Mattson Queen Mariona Andersen Princess Carolyn Oleson Kitchen boy Lily Larsen Cook Janet Quella Prince Mary Louise Andersen bad fairy Marjorie Botsford Dorothy Anderson Marianne Quella Cerda Haaverson Betty Pohlman leis Petersen Josephine Eccles. Virginia Haskell Jeanette Miller and Dorothy brows Good fairies. In conjunction with the play a handcraft exhibit was held in which the girls displayed articles made on the playground this summer. Armed with cups pipes straws and soap the smaller fratt Chil Dren almost daily gather in a Circle in the Shade of the school building to indulge in soap Bubble mowing. Contests Are held. A Large audience saw Douglas Parks doll show last week. Originally scheduled to he held outside rain com i pulled the girls to dash inside the gym. Shirley Mensior s family of 19 dolls easily a stole Quot the show. Her collection included a novel Mammy doll the Dionne quintuplets a czechoslovakian doll in native costume and an Eskimo doll. The judges Irene Dvorak and june Marco made the following decisions doll with the prettiest features Eleanor Kreyche and Edna Wal \ tors Best dressed doll Dorothy Cermak largest doll. Shirley men Sior smallest doll Shirley mansion most natural doll. Patricia Lund oldest dolls. Doris Walters the newest doll. Dorothy Deschler j largest family of dolls Shirley Mensior Best dressed baby doll Mildred Walters. Honorable or n t i o n n were awarded to Bernadette Hansen for her Spanish doll to Ruth Koshen for her danish doll and to Shirley Mensior for her czechoslovakian and Eskimo dolls. Knapp holds doll show. Knapp playgrounds also held its annual doll show with 60 entrants competing. Ribbons went to the following doll with prettiest Fea Tures. Aileen Zemke oldest doll Muriel Jensen newest doll Betty de Garmo largest family of dolls. Dorothy Miller prettiest dressed doll Margery Cobb funniest doll. Dolores Meyer smallest doll Bernice Grellinger doll with novel dress policy Gesinger. Knapp boys have discovered a Way to improve their basketball playing. The boys arc turn to pages column 4j erection of new Junior High will solve problem. By Sid Kaye erection of the new Mitchell Street Junior High school which is expected to get under Way next week will solve a perplexing problem for school officials. Shifting school populations and Levels of enrolment always have been of More or less concern involving changes in Boundary lines of school districts from time to time so that crowded conditions in some schools might be relieved. This probably could be made something like a game of chess. If it were not for the fact that Many of those affected by changes for sentimental or other reasons raise strenuous objections until thorough explanations convince them of the necessity. Since 1910, the High school enrolment in Racine has had a seven fold increase while the elementary school population has not grown so fast. As the City increases in size enrolment not Only gets larger but the school population shifts from older to newer sections. Occupied by Relief workers. Mcmynn school now occur ii by the Relief department was abandoned for school purposes because the business District crowded out the residential District with the result that the number of children dwindled until there were so few in the District that the school could not be maintained. School superintendent w. Cd Giese says the newer Winslow and Janes districts Are now giving evidence of similar shifting of the school population. The number of j children is decreasing due to the fact that residents Are moving into the newer sections. Janes school or. Giese Points out formerly had a staff of la teachers and it will Only have five when the next school term begins. Vacant rooms have been occupied by children of the exceptional classification those from All sections of the City who for Many reasons Are unable to Progress satisfactorily in the regular grades. Winslow school s enrolment also is dropping off continuously. It now has three vacant classrooms and two Are occupied by the school for the deaf. On the other hand schools in the newer districts such As the fratt. Knapp and Roosevelt buildings Are showing increases in enrolment. This shift or. Giese explains creates Many troublesome i problems. It necessitates supplying of s Hool facilities where they Are needed and at the same time May invoke criticism in the part of those who know of the facilities available in other districts. A obviously it is impossible to move the schoolhouses so we Are obliged to provide new ones and shift the school populations from one school to another so far As possible a he a asserted. High schools overloaded. An interesting phase in the shifting of populations is the change in Levels of enrolments the superintendent declares. Since 1930, the records show the elementary enrolment has fallen off about 500, while the estimated enrolment for die Junior High schools when they open in september will show an increase of about 600 Over that of 1930, and Tho High school enrolment will be approximately 1,100 greater. This it follows creates a demand for facilities in the upper grades of the system. The two senior High schools according to or. Giese will be filled to capacity next term and the Washington Park school will carry an overload of about 300. Junior High schools have spilled Over into the elementary grade1?, or. Giese Safe e rooms of Franklin Bool Are to be giv>�4 turn to Page 3, col i

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