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25 Aug 1935

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25 Aug 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 25, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say. Fatsi will be j Abt Conin a in thai be Pali for to comment coed of column Ujj sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5-no. 19. Racine wis., sunday aug. 25, 1935. Circulation 19,500 criticizes Relief station employees Par editor. T like to express my a pm in a bout the staff in the Relief Despai t of thanks to the sunday bulletin that we can do it without Cost. I have been trying for months and months to find work to sup port my family but its impossible. To earn a Square and honest living we saved and pinched and scraped along but now it has come to the end where we can t scrape anymore. Now we have to go and beg for Relief. I put my application in monday aug. 12. And Toldi hem in what desperate need we Are they promised to Imp Here monday afternoon or tuesday morning and Here it s the end of the week and nobody showed up vet i have been Down there every Day since and they always Promise they la come the next Day How Manv next Days Are there i would certainly like to know. I would also like to know what system they re working under. They Ai nothing More but Public employees hut Thev make you i you re dirt under their feet. They re not doing Vou a favor or do they give. Anything of their own and they Are paid for the least Little they president wants no one Togo hungry or actually starve the Way they make you do by say my the next Day. I wish some More of those poor. Hairless Down trodden dependable Kinsmen would co operate with me j and express their opinion. Signed. W. H k. Quincy ave reason Why children Arentt taught swimming dear editor a letter in last sunday s bulletin i carried an inquiry from mrs. I. S. It Munroe As to Why nothing Quot was i being done in Bazine to teach younger girls swimming citing the lass for boys from 4 to 9 years at the y. M. Cd a. She struck a vital note in the needs of the City Many folks Are anxious for just that sort of a program to be available for it i i i a. True enough we have Michigan even though we do not have a Pool available for girls in the Summe time. However with the Karine health department publicly condemning the Lake Michigan water along the Racine Beach front no organization would dare take the responsibility for promoting swimming classes in i Ake Michigan. In addition to this fact it should be clearly understood that it would be impossible to use the y. M. C. A. Pool for such purpose in the summertime because that pop m daily and hourly use affording boys the Chance to swim in a Pool. The y. M. C. A. Pool program is so heavy that no More time could be added. Or. Mantle the physical director at the v. M. C. A., regrets that the Pool could not be opened to the girls. But states that it is crowded during All available hours. The red Cross has attempted to make such a class possible for girls for the past two years through the use of the Pool at Racine College but that lies proven impossible for two reasons first the College grounds pre rented by St. Mary to orphanage of Chicago during the summer months and secondly the property in the process of deprived of so Rogeis flies with a string rope Lassord Racine High schools will Send 62 to University of Wisconsin proud couples Are reluctant to accept Aid a of would walk to Lake first a woman declares. Stubborn Pride has prevented several elderly couples from a humane society to Aid in buying j dog cat shelter to Aid in purchasing a dog and cat shelter the Racine humane society will sponsor a Benefit dance at Meadowbrook country club wednesday evening aug. 2 8. Proceeds w ill be turned into the shul i j ter fund. Foster Diley to orchestra will fur i Nisler music and other program i features will be a floor show and i a Surprise entertainment. Miss Marjorie Monroe is general chairman assisted by Nancy Lewis Library aids solve unusual Book requests youth obtains volume although title Given vaguely. Prospects Bright Foi big increase in freshmen class by to Boris ii. Bobroff j Bright registrar f. O. Holt sail sixty two graduates of Racine this week. High schools Are now planning to enter the University of Wisconsin next fall. When they arrive there plying for Relief when Relief was mrs. T. Ii. Van Horn Harry Moor a necessity it was Learned yester j Man and la. Frizelle. Tickets May for Mother a he added. Purchased at Geol Eye to the j the librarian feeling that the �?�526�?� club or from members of re cd Millst to Quot Tong place a of want Greasy mitts and legging a said a Small boy his nose pressed against the rim of the desk they will find it a City within City j for Many students who had de. At the Racine main Library. A Oitt to for problems which face every work requests increase. Requests for work he said Ara even More frequent than last year the humane society. A Tnie re was a Lull in the filming of a Steamboat round Hie Bend it on the Fox lot while will Rogers extreme left Star of tile picture and other members of the East joined in celebrating a birthday anniversary of director John Ford seen cutting cake. Visible immediately beside Rogers is Ben Luoien Barman author of the novel from which the film was adapted. Britain fears War to effect it May cause natives of of Empire to revolt. T which vastly increases the ored per of More than the simple a lox Dox. Our a with More litigation than 400,000,000 natives under its Rule. The British Empire is deeply j concerned Over the possible Reper of renting it to one group Only. The y. W. C. A. Las been keenly cushions of an italian War on Ethl a Ware of the need for Safe summer swimming for girls As Well As of opia. The Opportunity for teaching swim whatever the military outcome Ming and there appears the Only bit i of encouragement the problem has j of an italian invasion might be met. The v. W. C. A. Camp at misgivings Are evident lest the 1 Dureny a h�m7hd a m prevailing amid the far Flung "3 girls passed swimming tests i a subject races of Britain yield to ranged b y t he a me r i can red r of Quot. J unrest in Case a Strong White pow to passed both their beginner and or such As Italy launches a first a w i Iii in or tests four passe cd the. ,. A 11 swimmers to test and two others he class colonial War upon the Small came Junior red Cross lifesavers. 1 ethiopian nation. This is a limited number but it is something i Day from officials of the county re be i Lief department. Occasionally it is the duty of the Relief officials to ask for pathetic cases to be placed on the re i Lief Rolls. These Are usually persons who have been fairly successful until depression years in keeping themselves free from debt and consider it disgraceful to ask for Aid. Word of their plight j comes to Relief Headquarters from ministers welfare organization i workers friends and neighbors. 600,000 words Are it is then the task of the Relief department to select someone particularly fitted to handle the situation. Reluctant to seek Aid. Leach finishes a new history used in recording events of county. Nevertheless racked her brain for the answer knowing How Many Book titles Are distorted Community Are met on the state Campus. Cited to remain at Home during the last few to years Are now to planning to enter the University. This was also i Here they will find that the i shown by the Racine High school University has it3 own traffic records. She went court its own restaurants Audi j the registrar expressed Hope into a huddle with other librarians Tori dance has a theater it and that the number of jobs available and the result was that tile boy i j there next fall would equal the was Given the Book a grecian j Nail service but there is one i number supplied by Fera but he myths and legends a instead of great difference in this City from pointed out that he had not re a Greasy mitts and ?� j every other one everyone there Cei Ved information from the w till All sorts of Odd requests has something to do w Ith Educa National youth administration. A of would rather walk into the e. W. Leach county historian i Lake than go on Relief a one old has completed a new to history of coming in daily the librarians have become adept interpreters. The child who asked for the a parlor sofa a meaning a othe perilous seat a May have had some hazardous association in his Young mind. A adrift on an ice pack was once requested As a of sail in a ?� adults ask questions. Those who do not know to How far person told a Case investigator. Racine county and it is now to ready be human Eye can see and who she and her husband were under for the printers. The history con want to know to William Green to nourished and had few to of the a gains 600,000 words. Views on labor in the machine age Cillies for Comfort in their de j other books compiled by or. If grocery sores a it la rally a Quot i headache remedies to what god i to on to a of Hope there will be a prospects that 1935 freshmen jobs a or. Holt said we Tould outnumber those of last j already Between 1,500 and 2.-year by 400 or 500 students Are too students and prospective Stu j dents have filed their applications for jobs which will be under the administration of the state University. Racine students Are daily going to Madison to look for work during the next school year a Survey Here showed. Scalped infant lives in Fame dining years when the visitor Leach include two military histories and one about the methodist $38,000 allowed for Loans. In addition to the jobs however the state has definitely allotted $38,000 for Loans to Wisconsin students who Are attending school at Madison. Approximate pc $35,000 has been allotted for where and showed them How they 1 Consin has returned to a to mrs teach not worry to the librarians say. They i ? time was when life at sugar Loans to Wisconsin students at talked with them when the Relief representative i Church and Early Racine explained that the government j j. Or. Hansen chief of the by had offered this Means of Aid in an Reau of visual instruction Exten emergency experienced every Don division University of Avis Doss the Parthenon was dedicated. The effect of dust on Industrial workers what costume to we tear in i an elizabethan play or a thousand and one other things should baby few months old of survivor of attack by indians. Prairie Duchien wis a might adjust themselves for Norm no photographic reproductions of a1 years through acceptance of Aid historical pictures on exhibition at for the present they agreed and the county museum in the court House. Thev were selected several set anti ailed Al it on to answer. Have lots of company. For these loaf Hill near Here Are the kind of questions librarians j go a at the information desk Are con j it was at sugar loaf Hill that weeks ago from about 1,000 shown or. Hansen by the historian. Additions to museum. The shot was fired that started the Wasny to so tending the University Extension division in Milwaukee. To protect the health of University of Wisconsin students the Ben Burien Herman. And raconteur. Author Are being cared for at present. Hesitate to a it ply. In other cases those who need Relief badly have dreaded so much the ordeal of applying for of that several new additions to the my j Hooka for artificial limbs. She May tam0u3 Frontier a other a a cant j pox epidemic in Madison Over 3, they have walked past the Roll of a out Mha own i Iacco 0,1 ohm \ not a Quot of offhand he a Nga of i Survey by or. J. P. Seaman local 000 students were vaccinated in less Tion recently. These include paint the Missouri botanical gardens or ,. ,. 11 � a Headquarters on several occasions a � i a. Historian revealed. Wealth of references. 4ueu j University operates an infirmary As experienced As a librarian bloody Winnebago War 107 years and clinic to which students May May be she May fall Short on such ago and nearly ended the life of a go for treatment. Knowledge As where to get snap woman who wag destined to be a this last Spring during a Small nettling should the italian army Enron the k<1 Cross the y. M. C. A. And ter serious resistance in Ethiopia comedian to Dilly Dally quests. The y. W. C. A. Would Wapph co j even. Of 0rmed conflict its i rely operate Iii promoting a Ai Raign for the teaching of swim Felt that such a development would Ming if the proper facilities could Tiff b4ow of natives in be made usable. Public opinion and Stilt n me Naks or a cite Pool would be of great Ben British dominions and colonies Misof amp City of �?�aelne.very�ne Ani � a conned the rulers the y. W. It a. Will sponsor of Britain Are thinking particular swimming classes for girls and ing was despair of executives. I Ings from 50 to too Vears ago an the name of the doctor in Canada before finally getting up the Cour t,?z6 picture frames and a por said to be curing arthritis but age to walk in and make their re trait of mrs. Isaac Taylor founder there to hardly a question from the of Taylor orphans to Home. Trivial to the important the ridiculous to the Sublime for which she Relief officials insist that most persons want to we Tork. They to prefer jobs to Relief they say. Those who done to care to work Are so few As to be negligible. Soviet ends grafting by fake Refu gees of o in of their territories abutting on Ethiopia notably British Somaliland Kenya Uganda the Sudan and Egypt. Embittered Black race feared. On the other hand an italian military promenade into Africa resulting in the rapid subjugation of a women in the y. M. C. A. Pool from oct. I to june 15 next season. There will be classes for women on to a Day and thursday Eie Nikiks graded classes for Little girls Early wednesday evenings followed by a class for Junior and senior High school students. The wednesday evenings adult classes meet the latter part of the evening. The fees Are nominal jus to cover the Cost of Onerato to log the Pool re to the to Omen and children of the Cit wit emperor Haile Selassie might Mincer More have the port unit of ,. ,. A class in which to learn swimming. I the coloured races under the that is the very but it that the pres Union Lark and outrage their in us loped pro Ethiopia on a of door Pool that will provide Safe Thies. Swimming for the Young mermaids. ,. F the older mermaids and the would in any Tho Prospect o. An be mermaids we will find a Way italian military Campaign has in �2s? or Cre Arous it a Fri p a a Quot no he a very truly yours after a swim j concern w hich has been officially inst night in the county Pool at a onday. Marion l. A my. Director health Sion by Cabinet ministers addressed Uca to on. i in y. W. E. A. Jar Blouse 0f commons. British anxiety has been admitted in an official but even More weighty admitted on More than one orca aroused by persons who talk to bus Drivers dear editor Here is something t a e Bren wanting to write and see printed in this column in badly that i am making a attempt at it Rita now. Have anyone of you Reading this pm eve of mire Ever sat in a bus or Streetcar and sen a Public enemy a. ? ? ? ? sitting behind the Driver Quot Well most every time i Ain a Frisenger on one of these there is Van e of those enemies he or she will deliberately sit behind the Driver and hold a conversation with same. With All the noise around the Driver either does t hear what s said or the other party does no to hear. With the result that the Driver turns half Way to get it. Oui of these times t will just Lave to Tern into a a terrible you May Well new York everybody knew will Rogers. Quot when news came that Wiley Fost s red plane had hurtled into the alaskan Tundra a few to Days ago millions of people who May nver even have seen the actor philosopher Felt a very real personal bereavement hundreds of others knew to him intimately a millionaires statesmen Ordinary Folk stage and screen stars Rodeo cowboys merchant Princess and they were All alike to him. But one who knew him Best in his last weeks of life was the author of the Book from which Rogerst last picture was made. After Hen Burien Burman wrote a Steamboat bound the Bend Rogers read it liked it and was Rostov u. S. S. R cannot find the Correct answer experiences prove. Education has been defined As knowing whore to find All the an Mary Gagnier was a few months old when chief red Bird of the winnebagos seeking revenge on the erroneous report that two of his hostages had been slain at fort Snelling killed her father slashed her Throat and scalped her. Her Mother and brother fled Swers and so the librarian goes to her for dead. Titan two weeks. This was done free As one of tile a of preventive measures taken each year by the student health service. 80 percent can Reb members. The majority of University of Wisconsin students Are associated with the various religious centers for students according to c. V. Journalist takes Busman to Holiday to see new York the postman who goes for a walk on his Day off the Steeple Jack Trees for fun. New form of graft which flourished the thousands of books on special settlers found the infant alive Hibbard general Secretary of the on communist dislike of fascism j subjects which Are at her disposal. Find nursed her Back to health. University yet m c a has been discovered by the police be May Tell some woman about to i she became the Mother of 13 Chil Here 1 Purchase old China just How to dim. A group of about so persons identify it. She May have to look were collecting Money throughout up a problem in the Wisconsin this Region by explaining they were traffic Lav s or the state liquor Laws w to climbs i to fugues from fascist terror in since repeal. Greece on the Way to Settle in the manner by the personal interest anxious to play in it King George hits been manifesting had said. A of m too dumb to be in the Italo ethiopian crisis and an actor so i gotta find roles that i i Lupin i e inn in. Sin h sign a Otin Horn Quot sports assailed Lor actions Bac Pear editor just a few words aug tin Horn sports i n All the people Are that Way. Tut of the shoe fits they should Wear it Racine fans would but to have a stadium in Washington Park skating rink they would like to see Good baseball football and other citizen like activities but there Are some people who just simply will rot do their share towards supporting any of these enterprises. Hight now i am referring to the people who would t even pay 25 cents to it is no secret that by Royal command the foreign Secretary. Sir Samuel Hoare. Privately has been keeping the British Monarch closely informed of developments. Non British nations on whose Friendship peace and stability in the Empire indirectly depend have conveyed a Blunt intimation to the British foreign office As to their interest in fair treatment for Abyssinia. Diplomats convey hint. Diplomats Ait notoriously not a Pion to calling a Spade a Spade a but when the to Bish ambassador and tile afghan and albanian ministers t <1 sir Samuel Hoare lately that their countries Are interested in the Altalo ethiopian dispute experienced fore run office officials promptly translated these vague comments into a candid hint that those near and Middle Eastern a Are like me have to ?� and then i Don t Story tellers. For several months on one of none of them a has anything on in inca Many of them w Ore found the reporter who makes a tour of t0 be Quot refugees from soviet jails inspection during his vacation. A journal times reporter recently bin s Sfa la s tested visited new York City he said Santa Rosa. Calif. Our a a seeing new York from Fine there May be some argument As to mansion to fish Market in 3 l whether chickens May legally be hours it was $5,000 Worth of de regarded As animals. Nevertheless seation and entertainment for Edward Hutchinson 43, accused of Only $2.50.�?� leaving five dozen chickens in sacks he reported highlights of th2 for 2i hours without food or Vva-$5,000-for-$2.50 tour As follows ter will be tried on a a cruelty to boarded a rubber neck bus at animals charge. He often p0rty-second and Lexington Aren due viewed cultural life and imposing Homes of upper Manhattan saw fifth Avenue. Central Park. For All next week Riverside drive. Grant s Tomb. Weal Manhattan viaduct the Hudson of aug anted a Oriska Rook once in a Hile conies a Borrower or occasional visitor who shows a Ultra Short Waves boost potato yields Sverdlovsk u. S. S. ?" or a by exposing the potato to the he stated that about so per cent of the student body Are Church members 2,000 attend Church every sunday and half that number Are Active members of the student religious organizations. One of the prominent men to a prominent Man to return to Africa to get an especially wanted Here earlier Outlook Book for a Borrower. Almanac popular. The world almanac is one of the the state University this fall to marked preference for sensational effects of Ultra Short Waves com or it Alexander Meikeljohn founder Rade Savin soviet Farmer in of the. Experimental College there creased his crop seventeen fold. Or. Meikeljohn has been conduct in pleased with the Success of his ing a course in adult education in Experiment Savin next exposed san Francisco since leaving wis Tomato seeds. The yield doubled j Consin two and a half years ago. Now Savin expects to go fur a a x a a Omen govern themselves. Tiler and increase the rest of his vegetable crop if possible. The women attending the uni a a varsity of Wisconsin a. Governed Texas feed crop Large i by the worn end to self governing cortege station. ,.-<u.r> to Quot that it of this organization according to nooks and does t mind saving so. One woman asked at the main desk w Here she could find the a Oriska books meaning risque. There is no such list or Section at the Library. One of the usual services of the Library about which Little is known is outside borrowing. The Library will Send to any for Ign country to any place from Madison to South a Dean e. J. Kyle of the school of agriculture Texas a. And m. College. Predicts that Texas not Only Outlook for the period most popular and Complete refer %vu1 have the largest feed crop in to 31 tor Racine area epee books at the Library. There its history but also one of the River and the Palisades the new the Fox lots in Hollywood and on George Washington Bridge Colum a showers first part of week fair Are several 20 to 30-volume Enoy most varied. Provided proper care in Middle possibly showers near clop Edias containing a Range of is taken of the crop Dean Kyle they want to be engineers some Day location where the Steamboat Sebia University. Cathedral of St. Close temperature mostly near or material sufficient to cover almost believes that feed enough for two quenches were filmed Burman John the divine and Homes of below Normal. Any question or problem known. Seasons May be expected this year. Worked with Rogers in a More mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt f. Aah to than ordinarily to intimate Assoria Woolworth. J. D. Fletcher George Tion Between Story author and a Gould Otto Kahn Vincent As Star. That was partly Lecatis tor Harry Payne Whitney a. K. Burman himself is something of Vanderbilt sr., and Charles m. A Homespun recon eur with a fund Schwab. Of Mississippi Riv a and Kentucky Oiler vistas Rockefeller Center Mountain stories in w ii ill Rogers radio City famous churches delighted. Monuments and Parks including now Back in new a Ork Bur Battery Park new York Harbor Man recalls that Rogers had Wall Street the ghetto the planned to visit the kentucky1 worlds largest it and smell est Hill and o ten was full of ques fish Market in the world Steve Lions about the people and the Iso Brodie s cafe House in which lated settlements. One of the James Monroe died bomb scarred tilings he wanted to see was the offices of j. P. Morgan a com Pany Brooklyn Bridge the Bow a ohis real interest Lay with that cry the breadline police head sort of people a the author says quarters and the statue of Liberty. A ohis democracy was no pose for a $5,000 value for $2.50, the rein Idle minutes at the studio he to Porter who worked on his Vaca Concrete stake in Ethiopia As far be More Likely to get in coaxed Tion repeated. As the Waters of i Nike Tsana Are station with a $5-a-Day extra than concerned for this Lake is the Quot Ith some influential executive. Cooks for reunion tons would resent British support Ron or nursing Quot Ork. For Italy against Ethiopia. Aside from these moral and psychological considerations. However Britain has an immediate three hour Perfo Mian in festival last week Oman who was very Well Aud w to looked As though id certainly afford to pay to a Tach a by a ticket seller. A a fee the the i one d Resse she of when sad thai so didst be the Fco a Val he at source of the Nile on which the is drawling ungrammatical by Stewartsville m -<u.p.�?" v e t so Mim a turn to Pate to column e Mon plantations of egyptian us an largely depend for irrigation. I under existing treaties. Ethiopia bound to this r Irish in but Broa n would put to return to Page 3, column 7 Colic manner Evasn t really a pose mrs. Casper Gantz celebrated her either. He came by it legitimate Looth birthday by rising Early to in Aud it made h to famous and prepare her anniversary dinner hot it just derided to remain in Char attended by her Arter. I if course by had an As set a Nde Hildre turn to Page a column 6. Grandchildren. Ess it sons. Nine and six great Ray Mccarthy 15, 909 William Street left and Gilbert Scholz 15, 825 Wolff Street intend to become automotive engineers when they grow up. They Are shown in this journal times photo with their newest creation a one a n Power ii Ushi Noblie miss leis Montgomery Evanston 111., president is As follows a othe object of ats a is to regulate All matters pertaining to Tho student life of its members a which do not fall tinder the jurisdiction of the faculty and to further Tho spirit of Unity among women of the University a this last month the educational leadership of the University of a i s c o ii s i n was again upheld with the completion of a Survey which shows that Tho state University ranks among the first three institutions of higher learning in the United states As a training ground for holders of National research Council fellowships in the biological sciences. Frank welcomes freshmen. President Glenn Frank in a we Conte to this fall 3 freshman class said a you Are beginning your University training under happier circumstances than your last predecessors. Unless the political and economic leadership of the country fails you the doors of Opportunity should be More widely open four years from ?� outside activities at the University of Wisconsin involve the major student publications Ani Many social and political clubs. The publications a e the Badger the University yearbook the turn to rage 2, col. 5>

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