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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 22, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have i to say. Sun Day journal times bulletin of a i in a a we be fat for any of Ament t aed this column h vol. 5-no. 36. Racine w1s., sunday dec. 22, 1935. Circulation 19,500 returned $1,000 brings 2 rewards hear editor it in my purpose in writing the following to enlighten the Public in j regard to the lost $1,000 which i returned to the lady. Monday morning this woman contacted me and explained the whole situation. Although her explanation is two weeks late it changed my viewpoint entirely. Circumstances prevented her from seeing me Serener. It Wasny to her Money but Money entrusted in her care. The real owner just returned from a trip. When he was told what had happened he instructed her to give me a suitable rash Reward which i later received. Now both sides Are satisfied. After All two rewards Arentt so bad. C. S., Prospect St no experience How about it dear editor i seem to he in the same fix is r. D. Of Forest Street. How can one get a position clerking when one has no experience during the last three weeks i have been making the rounds of the stores applying for a position As a clerk. Experienced help is the Only help wanted. In january i am graduating from Leigh school and i need Money to help pay for some of the expenses connected with commencement. I a Refore need a Job. F i am sure that i can do the work As i have observed sales clerks As they waited upon customers. I did not know How to operate a Cash Register therefore i asked the grocer at the Corner store to teach me How to manipulate the Register. He did and i know How to handle it. I Hope that the next time i make a he rounds the hiring clerk or manager will give me an inexperienced person a Job. Thank you very much. J. A. Case ave frowns on reminding families of tragedy dear editor things i would like to know Wisconsin u. Enrols students from Racine in record number Racine jurors to take oath under old Law seeks state Beauty Crown Wausau coed enters race 44 so help you god phrase stricken out in Milwaukee. Racine courts in administering oaths to jurors in criminal cases will adhere to the old Law which includes the phrase a so help you rather than to observe the new Law from which the four words Are missing. What always was considered the solemn part of the oath was omitted in the new Law without being who is responsible for Pul a noticed by legislators in both houses a tragedy which hit two Ila. I. Sizing a a Cine Homes by placing a Demol at Madison. It was not disclosed shed automobile on Monument unto a discovery was made by Square in full View of these grief j j stricken parents to remind them of senator Charles Phillips of Mil their loss every time they visit the Waukee at a hearing in municipal j downtown Section if the youths r i had been from another City the sen court. An investigation followed ziment could not affect Racine ans so directly. These sorrowing families should not be further Hurt by such out of place displays. Sincerely i. J. A. Walton ave boy scouts praised for Yule Campaign dear editor i think that the boy scouts Are doing a wonderful thing in passing around those bags to till for the needy. If everyone fills them just think How Happy the less fortunate will be. Also May i put in a Good word for the Good Fellows who sold papers i think that was just Section of the Law passed and which omits the phrase is 360.1s of the statutes which says a toil do solemnly swear or you do solemnly and sincerely declare and affirm As the Case May be that you will Well and truly try this Case Between the state of Wisconsin and the accused and a True verdict Gie according to Law and the evidence Given in c Hange made in Milwaukee. The old oath provided in Section 357.05 of the statutes was a by a of i wonderful of them especially in i such cold weather and still they Hadi v smile on their faces. My husband a Quot la and trill try the Issue i a a ought a paper and i intend to till Between the state of Wisconsin and i any bag. It does no to Hurt to help out. A a ,. A people. Remember some Day we May defendant or defendants As Hank the lord we were thought of the Case May be according to Evi a Ltd Christmas Day. Come on people a a a give willingly from the Bottom of so help you god judges stress four Points in Home lighting contest committee gives suggestions to Aid entrants. City sends 242 to Madison University enrolment shows gain despite Quot political attacks by a program of . Aids pupils. By Joseph Mano freshmen left Well paying Posi j Madison. Wis., dec. 21. _ tons in Racine to once again pick special a the largest group of up the threads of their education. Racine students Ever to attend the Frorup Are representatives state University will put away of classes ranging from �?T28 to �?T35 j their books this weekend pre Fri in both the As Langton Park j pared with Little reluctance to an Quot Illimani Horlick High schools. Adaptability of decorations to the Type of Home design and originality Christmas Appeal and color and lights Are Points that w ill be considered by judges in the Christmas lighting contest which is to be staged under sponsorship of the Racine Garden club dec. 2 4 to dec. 31. Those entering the contest Are to Register their names and addresses with mrs. R. H. Wilson Telephone Jackson 73 80, As Only those so registered will receive consideration. It has been announced. Prizes will consist of a $10 electric lamp which will go to the one w inning first place and the Choice of a living tree or $5 in Cash by the winners of both second and third places. Suggestions offered. While originality is stressed the Exchange tile Bookish atmosphere of Wisconsin a Campus for the More care free surroundings of Racine Homes during tile Christmas and new year holidays. Representing an increase of 59 Racine students listed. Following is a list of Racine students attending tile University of Wisconsin with the individual classification of each Edward p. Anastasio. Saplio starts Plant in Racine for radio device West Side Man invents a unit to serve several rooms. Students Over last years total in to pc. Civil engineering. at this tim 242 Racine students Are studying now at the University. In december of 1933 the total number of registered students was 116. Despite the political attacks aimed at the University and the subsequent obnoxious publicity the University experienced a healthy increase in enrolment this fall. This was due largely to the a act that the state Legislatures investigation of a subversive influences a never got past the farcical stage. Holt explains inc erase. Charges of communism by the More Radical newspapers died for turn to Page to column i u. To Divide Era remnant 3 departments May get pieces of Blue Eagle. Varsity As fair game for devastating criticism has somewhat lost its Appeal. F. O. Holt registrar and Dean of the Extension attributed this increase in Racine student enrolment to a a new student a the healthy increase in attendance at the University by a it our hearts. R. A Hamilton St new auditoriums senator Phillips reported that Milwaukee county seems to be the Only county in the state where the change is being observed but it is not following the change to the let i ter. Phillips said the words a so help you god a a have been stricken from the oath administered to wit i one of the leading competitors for the coveted Honor of a Badger Beauty a at University of Wisconsin is miss Carolyn Mckay of Wausau wis stunning Brunet. Called safety need dear editor Ever one probably know s there is a Campaign for Yafet going on in Racine which is being carried out by the Lions club. East week at the William Horlick High school there Nesses also. Was an Assembly pertaining to Safe t ,. To. This Assembly consisted of a few neither judge e. B. Belden of speakers and a movie named a death circuit court nor judge e. R. Bur takes no the very interesting and advocated sess of municipal court was in a Good cause but when i Stop to dined to take the matter seriously think of the danger they were sex i _ a a posing themselves to it makes me judge Belden said a i think we laugh. Here were Over Soo students shall continue to invoke divine 30 teachers and two of Racine educators or. Giese and or. Oversight As to the veracity of wit Shufelt. Sitting Iii a room that has Nesses and jurors been condemned against assemblies by the state because the chairs Are comment on a query As to whether movable. This room is the school be old Law would continue to be support grows for Borah As republicans candidate Washington. Dec. 21.�? a sped to Republican politics. Sen. William e. Borah Veteran whether it is to help pick the can Western Liberal Leader moved a step dilate and shape the platform or nearer open candidacy for the re to Lead the party himself the sen publican presidential nomination a or Haa not revealed. This was his i when he consented to a Wisconsin plan to Send a Borah delegation to gymnasium. I think it s a shame that in a Campaign of the sort carried on by the Lions club the people should Overlook one of the most dangerous hazards in Racine. If a fire should break out in either Park or Horlick during an Assembly and used in the giving of the oath. Option provided. Judge Burgess pointed out that there always has been the option but with two representatives of Wisconsin progressive republicanism Borah agreed to a fight for a the june 9 Cleveland convention. Liberal state delegation to the Borah is not committed to make Cleveland convention the race. He has reiterated often. That he had an a a objectives with re in students become panic stricken of a witness or juror to a a affirm a if which very often happens the i in it of Many would be endangered. Last veal the student Council of Horlick asked the City for auditoriums for both High schools. Instead. The Council gae the police department Money for car radios and appropriated the Means to build storm sewers end other things. I do admit these Are All worthy projects but done to you think that safeguarding the lives of our prominent people and our future generation is More important the shoppers bulletin Cleome Friend. To m. Howard St cry maxes too High gives suggestion Lar from every a Rabb editor de we lathing about the by have to pay. Hut they than crab. Iii Clit undo is a Means by which t City taxes. Why not City government to it i Type such As Kenosha in the City mating a is elect five Trust appoint a a it Mal manager in turn at of finance Law. Pull fare and safety. The cute the affairs of it Livent. In the a it or or number of Public greater. In addition Council there Are different departure Hae directors. Tim turn to rage be r t v p North w Al i f a it it Era he did not wish to take the oath. Ile said that the attitude of the witnesses or jurors will be taken into consideration. If they do not wish to a a swear to the oath containing the phrase a so help you god a they can a a affirm As in the past he said. At Madison it was explained that legislators and newspapermen had failed to discover the change in the Law because reviser Bills usually provide some minor change in existing statutes and Are rarely of any consequence. Members of both houses frequently pass on the re visors a Bills without a dissenting v ote. It was pointed out that so far As could be Learned Wisconsin is the first state in the Union to strike the words �?o20 help you god a from the statute. Foghorn fools Moose Hunter All right with him. He told questioners that if Wisconsin republicans desired to Send a Borah delegation committee offers a few suggestions Lack of proof. At present the uni to give ideas As to what May be done stressing the Point that simplicity is Beauty in itself and that this should be considered by those who find it difficult to plan their decorations. A by All Means avoid flashers and twinkles with their Jerky nervous effect Quot the committee suggests declaring that these Are intended for advertising purposes Only. A avoid also pictures and messages As your lighting effect is in itself the Christmas greeting a the statement continues. Entrance should Center. A in planning Jour decorative scheme it should be remembered that the Entrance to one s Home should be the Central and main part of the decorative scheme. It is far better to focus attention to this Point than to scatter lighting All Over the House. A Elf you Are however planning an elaborate display such As lighting up the entire House use smaller and quieter decorations throughout but concentrate attention on the Entrance. Simplest decorations always effective Are lighted Trees. A Elf your evergreens Are not suited for lighting a tree can be purchased. Struck in the ground in a preferred location and lighted by Means of approved outdoor tree lights in either variegated or solid Washington dec. 21.�? president Roosevelt Lias announced the Long delayed funeral arrange worked on the development of this ments for the Blue Eagle disclose a radio in every room and then another big Industry for Racine. That is the ambition of Tho Kitchen i companion company which is starting production of a a a whatnot radio a a speaker device that can be hooked up with the a main Plant in the living room and can be placed in any other or All other rooms of Tho House. Commercial production of these Extension radios was conceived by d. W. Kussman 2809 West Boulevard a native of Racine he has been employed the last 8% years As Power Plant operator for the Milwaukee electric railway amp Light company one shift daily. During the other a shifts a or at least a Large portion of them he ing that the new deals Era organisation will be spilt up among seveia1 departments for the rest of its Legal life. The Era which once overflowed All sections of tile capital and under Gen. Hugh s. Johnson Cine students a Holt explained. 1, u v. J touched every Branch of american business legally expires april i. 1,250 employees left. Although the president said that a represents an evident Confidence of the people of Racine in their state institution. A that Confidence is due largely to the fact that Racine students in attendance Here have interpreted loyalty in terms of their responsibility to report the facts about the University As they actually exist. A we have no group of students More aggressive in their desire to spread Correct current information about the University than the Young men and women from various other reasons May be pointed out As important factors in this growth of student attendance on the part of graduates from Racine High schools. By a helps students. Uncle Sam set aside his theorizing became practical minded and reached for his Check Book. In final details were yet to be worked i i out. It was believed that the remains of the famous Bird would be carved up among the labor Commerce and perhaps the agriculture departments. The organization that employed 5,500 bustling harried persons in 1 934. Now has some 1,250 employees. After Jan. I they will be a loaned out to other departments. Which will pay their salaries. A Skeleton Force will continue to administer voluntary codes and do research work. The Era appropriations virtually have been exhausted. Most of those still on the payroll Are in or. L. C Marshall a review division preparing a history of the codes which were Dep hand Dors. The important thing to re to tile convention it would be a fall member is that spacing of lamps right with is he secret of the successfully lighted tree. I rom other sources it was Leain effect. A that the Boral candidacy is at i a Deal deadly pleasing effect is trading support in unexpected East. Obtained by spraying a Cut tree such As clerical Library and re pm quarters. Some old guard Lead wih White pain in this Way pr0. A using a frosty appearance very new Berry midi., dec. 21. A Hunter through cupped trs Are reported to feel that Borah Der the Federal part ume Job pro j Vise i under the whip hand of Gen. Almost every Busi the nation. These employees also Are milking studies of Industry and publishing the Consumers review. Code Hopes unfulfilled. Hopes that Industry would accept voluntary codes have not been fulfilled. Only nine have Gram set up under the National Johnson for youth administration More than j Zassman in 1.100 students at the University Are earning a total of nearly $18,-000 a month. Thus under this it up 45 Racine students Are doing various kinds of socially desirable work. Ave his Best imitation of a could come closer to the r rating suitable for lighten president Roosevelt than could Ain Call of a Moose in Woods near Ouer re a Lucan. 13 h a red ii Eads organize be Mars up a red hair has taken on an added significance at Western Union College. A new club exclusively for a red Heads Bas been formed. To eds have been invited into the fold. Novembers factory payrolls make Best showing since 1925 Washington dec factory employment a made the Best showing of an it november Situ a rotary of labor Frances nou need. Aggregate employing Rolls in combined a and non thu fact ii rim showed m t declines Fri november the u. S labor statistics report 7 a it it decrease bouet smallest for ant Simi since november 1925, below the usual seasonal decline in employment and miss Perkins said. Fact by employment decrease one half of one per cent amt a dolls decline d seven tenths of of is month i 9 a re Perkins aunt and pays industries oui october. Bureau of a. Or was the Ilar period and much Whitefish Point on Lake Superior. A second Hunter approached. A do you hear that Moose Call a asked the first Hunter. A a in be been calling that Moose for two hours and i can to bring him any closer. There it goes again Hunter no. 2 listened. He heard a deep Low moan. Then a turned to Hunter no. I. A that Friend a a said. A is not a Moose. It is the log Horn at Whitefish unarmed planes added to ethiopian equipment a a a four single engined air planes to supplement emperor Haile Sela it Sie s communications system have been ordered from a British company. The shills will not to fitted with machine guns or bomb Racks. They will be used say the manufacturers Only for carrying members of the emperors staff to various parts of the country. Their top Speed will be 172 Miles an hour and their cruising Range 64 Miles. Grass roots and Seaboard surveys have revealed to politicians a National sentiment for Horah which under proper management could be developed into a presidential i fr0l1 the Rea Boom. Practical politicians believe that the republicans have Only two True National figures among the various potential presidential nominees. They Are Borah and former president Hoover. No popular Call for or. Hoovers nomination is evident. A a regulars against him. Activity of other possible nominees especially gov. Alf. M. London of Kansas and vol. Frank search work. They Are employed been submitted and one of these in practically every division of the fur die wholesale tobacco Industry. On such a University and carry on their As j was returned by die Federal Trade Phe Rieal or Sig ments under the expert us commission for Rev Ision. Per Vasion of faculty members. In addition the collapse of these jobs also provide an in maj. George Kerry so get together Centile for a More intelligent a with business at a conference in plication to studies. To be eligible the capital rushed the Blue Eagle for nya positions students must toward its grave. Be of Good character and possess it also was Learned that the and Sueh ability a to give Assurance ministration has flashed a a a Stop that they will do High Grade work signal against immediate efforts to Rush new Industrial legislation this year s Racine through Congress. Tree Silver and Blue a laments present pleasing daytime appearances and at night this ensemble is quite ethereal when flooded from below with steel Blue Light and a dash of Christmas red to be most effective this tree should be set away from the House and to one Side so that reflected and stray Light does College not detract. Many of a for those who prefer modern decorations cascaded lighting offers decidedly interesting possibilities. This might consist of three Flat triangles each piece larger than the preceding piece Cut to resemble Christmas Trees out of Waterproof Wallboard or tin painted device. It was perfected a year ago and patents were obtained. Has several patents. After developing the mechanics of the article lie began working on different designs. With a Largo selection of designs Woods and colors at his command Purchase and installation of equipment followed. In september he started in a modest Way in the Racine Industrial Plant at sixteenth Street and Junction Avenue. Production is now under Way and the product is on the Market in Racine. After the first of Tho year or. Kussman expects to add a number of workmen to increase production and to map a Campaign for distribution of the product in a wide Market. Independent control. Connected with the main radio in the House the Extension is made in such a Way that volume can be controlled in any room. A switch on each makes it possible to operate any or All at the same time and to obtain Independent volume in each. It also is possible to turn off the speaker on the main set and still operate the Extension or. Kussman says. The extensions Are not expensive according to the manufacturer. And that is one of the reasons Why lie is confident that they will find a wide demand. They can be obtained in modernistic or conservative designs and can be made to appear like a whatnot a shelf in a Book Case and a variety of other articles of household furniture. Colors As Well As designs to harmonize with Home or office furniture can be selected he says. Woman asks for Glass of afer flus Uei Noik Guymon. Of up a a woman walked into a drug store Here and asked for a Glass of carbonated water. The druggist obliged. A sip or so then she asked a would you mind putting a Little Lemon in it a Auto factories prepare to celebrate their Best Christmas As sales spurt White and lighted from below in Knox of Chicago has somewhat of solid colors of red Green and Blue. Borah for the colors ranging in the above Sci red the Uncertain per cent. Factory employment exceeded the level recorded in and month since october 19 39, with exception of october 1935. The factory payroll Index was highest of any month since March. 193. With tile exception of october. 1935. A Elm Layment in the durable goods group increased 1.5 per cent continuing gains which have been recorded Iii each of the preceding three months a the Bureau reported. A the grip of non durable go gtd industries showed a decline in the number of workers of two per cent due primarily to expected seasonal recessions in Canning menus and forces operating in this Inland women s clothing Boot and Sho. Province. Wise acres see the step d a beverages ice Cream Cotton seed As a key to general Chiang Kai us a get i Cal and other Indus Slick s prot Gram for unification c 0 China. Iii int government flans i Itje Arsenal cd Knote. China. A up a a site being prepared Here in the capital of Sze Chuan for a huge Arsenalt a produce arms and munitions for National government president movement. The uncertainty arises from Borah s refusal to commit himself regarding the Republican nomination. There were reports a fortnight ago that the senator was about to announce he was not seeking the nomination but the announcement never was made. Tile greatest obstacle to Borah s nomination would i regular paty leaders particularly Eastern republicans who consider the s Nat turn to rage 12, col. 31 weather Outlook Washington dec 21.�? la a a rather Outlook for the period of dec. 23 to 2s for the Region of tile great lakes i sequent precipitation throughout week pricing Lent be rat Ute first part of week. Sequence with red in the drama of nativity to be broadcast on Christmas Day a drama of the nativity called a the first Christmas a will be broadcast Christmas Day Over sit station of the Columbia broadcasting system officials of scars Roebuck and co. Announced today. The program will be a dramatization of the finding of the Christ child in Bethlehem City of David by the three Wise men. Its cast will include so persons. Music for the drama will be furnished by the Chicago Civie opera chorus and orchestra. The broadcast will Mark the in Detroit Itee. 21-�? ins a Auto ends from a $156,900 Christmas Mobile plants Are prepared to Cele sales drive. Ford forged ahead Blate the merriest Christmas in with a slogan a gosh they All want their 33-year history. Fords under a picture of Santa a Survey disclosed new ears were Claus and Bulek a motto was rolling off Assembly lines at the a a Buick a the buy for a vend actual figures showing 90 per cent of the cars it produced in november were sold. The better balance Between production and sales tended to eliminate Over rat of 10,009 a Day As they became Chrysler de Soto Plymouth stocking by dealers. Stolt k in Trade for Santa Claus for Oldsmobile and Pontiac also were the first time. Among those claiming heavy Christ in former years there generally Mas sales and accessory factories was a Lull in both production and were operating at Peak capacities buying As the Public awaited the new Plant planned. January automobile shows. The Fisher body said a merry Christ fast that the annual shows were Mas and prosperous new year to moved up to november this year grand rapids by announcing a spelled the or by -h-r-i-s-t-ia-a-8 not Only for the Auto companies but for upwards of 300,900 men they employ. Expensive cars Selling. The Holiday spurt in 1925 sales was particularly evident in the higher priced cars. Packard officially announced a unprecedented $7,000,009 die and stamping Plant will a built there by March i. Eventually it will provide employ 4 million units foreseen. December production was expected to approximate november output when 383,000 ears were built. Last week the Industry hit a 5,000,000-cars a year clip but production was expected to slow Down after Christmas. Production for the entire year 1935, was expected to hit 4,159,099 units compared to predictions at 709,999. Ninety peeled to see and 5,000,000 Christmas demands and Cadillac aug ural radio presentation of the Lasalle reported 39 per cent of cars de 5x per cent of All Hirst Christmas which has be it n purchased will be placed in Santa a a sold before they ment for Between i too and 2,000 the outset of the year when output men and create payrolls of Mot than $2,500,900 a year. The building in grand rapids was in line with the trend in the Industry toward decentralization. Meantime sule it reports indicate ars built were left Assembly a internationally inc ii Nous Ltd a aus packs. In the Small Price lines. Other years Field Chevrolet was reaping Divi about 5 a per cent. Was estimated at 3 teen thirty six is bet Cen 4,000,000 new cars. This year marked the first time in the Industry s history Auto shows were held in november instead of january. The change was designed in rate was to stabilize employment during Wynn ural motors Tex months

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