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6 Jan 1935

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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - January 5, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say. Isi wit be paid Torii any comment tied i in this column of sunday journal times bulletin vol. 4-no. 38. Racine wis., sunday Jan. 6, 1935. Circulation 19,300 a Booster of classified ads ideals noted among new generation. Dear editor if worthy of publication the following is a True experience of whet a classified lost and found advertising has proven to me an Over night bag containing both valuable articles in gifts and Cash left on a running Board of _ a car and when the car started and driven off the bag care. # # Lessie left to fall off being of return my of i Ein mine value to the finder to the extent of j a $15 Cash. $25 in gifts and the bag new at $18.50�?everyone thought it useless to advertise but i a sister Felt it Worth while having recovered a dog at one time and a shorthand Book w hich no longer j available. In each Case i Lucky enough manners have been forgotten in to appreciate the recovery of my lost articles and for this reason the grim struggle for a living. Wonder Why More people do not chivalry it returning with the Avail themselves of this opportune chivalry is returning will Ity and by the looks of the Quot lost passing of the Hev hey age and the and found Quot columns people do not have enough Confidence in this form adoption of feminine tactics by the of advertising and in fact All classes of advertising. Why not i ferns of the younger generation Gamble a few cents which will pr0 an j con ran the argument drove profitable in 80 per cent of cases try it and see. Among a group of women at a now. If this is not written in in new years affair. Good form it is because i Amin a the j f wherewithal to take hurry and will leave it to you to make the necessary changes. Women out As in prosperous years a classified Booster. Caused an inferiority Complex Young persons american woman helps run May resurrect troublesome soar plebiscite lost chivalry Cambridge mass. A up a an to on plebiscites. She has been in american woman daughter of a professor emeritus of Harvard Law school will help direct the Saar plebiscite on Jan. 13 when 800,000 inhabitants of the third largest Coal District in Europe choose their future form of government. She is miss Sarah Wambaugh an accomplished scholar and author prizes offered writer groups Europe since april working As technical advisor and alternate member of the committee which is charged to see that a fair vote is conducted on this trouble some Franco German question. Gar fatalities set All time record in 34 someone la win House in an unusual contest 35,500 deaths due to to install a heating Plant buildings once but another modern equipment prominent now Chicago. A a an Aii time Winner May have ranked As j record of 35,000 automobile Fatali the Foremost Amas set during 1934 in the Hority in the world on plea it Sarah pain world on plea United state5. According to a resolves. Miss Wambaugh has direct j port issued today but the National c i j i j # de of ionization of the Saar com-1 safety Council. Contests a Check Ulel for Mittee and has advised it during the period of registration of voters. From the Start she had her hands full with 100,000 protests registered against prospective voters. Moved anywhere in City. Vocational school classes. Somebody will walk away with j accidents of All types brought a House heating Plant and every-1 the death list to 99.000 during the thing else that goes to make up the year the report said. Attractive modern Home for the As a Means of stimulating inter among men insisted one. This Complex then became a bulwark in literary expression Especial against females of the species. It by among organized study groups or dear editor turned out to he a Good idea As far writers clubs and believing such Noah eff act norther Loyang we As the Man on an salary Anocia Tion May Lead to the develop i by info to earn a Little Money fyr concerned. W Hether or not ment of local writers of Merit a Christmas shovelling sidewalks. We this an Alibi another said. The total death record represents an increase of 8 7 per cent did t get paid for shovelling Snow a Long office hours Over last year and approximates her duties have been so numer the highest number of fatalities Price of a ticket in the most unusual contest Ever held in Racine. It s the demonstration Kha project House to be completed in the Early Spring on Monument Square. The Winner May have it moved without additional Cost to any Ous and hectic her father proves i recorded in the nation s history a a. During 1930. Sor Eugene Wambaugh says that j a a i _. Motor deaths represented a third part of the City or any Point Voith he has scarcely head a word from of the total number of people in a four mile radius of the Dovon went around the night before and it _ pro a 0ffer Bee Quot my Ltd the her one let1er mentioned a Long killed As did fatalities in the Home town Section of the cite. He will got our customers and shovelled women were in Many cases paying or athe writing groups of the de them Early the next morning. We their own expenses on parties and a Artma int a t # lip Linn Tho went up to one House and the lady j u w a payment of adult education in the office during the year. Have a heating Plant installed in miss warn a ugh s training for Fata Acci Lents arising out of a basement which will be built at employment the report said no Cost to himself and will have All her present Job began when s e soap j an increase of 1,000 Over the other modern Home equipment entered Radcliffe College in Cam last Yea Bridge in 1898. She majored i Quot contests Are open to All men government and on being graduate 13 Pep cent above �?T33. The total of motor Accident Bree became assistant in the gov i deaths 13 per cent above last. ,. Vat of tha Nita Vine pm Bih Simonson will be Campaign fast table and chairs. It will be the property of Frank Hubacheck Ern ment and history departments it ear and Well above the previous a v. There i done to know about the lady Ere glad to do it. Men were a pk8c be vocational school. Part told us to come and Clear the Hepting this with complacency Rule announced. Thorning an did a Ery Good Job on thereby placing a Premium on prizes will be awarded under the it. The next noon when we came to their companionship. To a Wing rules collect she told us that she did t raw bloated i ick Eui i hink that there w As enough Snow j on the sidewalk to be shovelled and it no longer unusual the Berg of the creative writing groups cd with the Bachelor of arts de that she would not pay us one cent same woman said to see a woman now we made sure that there _. A. At the vocational school. A no Uigh Snow on the walk to be a n ans want ,0 the theater 2_ n order qua Ify or or if ? 1&Quot woman a mar a Quot a he a a Quot a Quot a l0, a c0"8 f0r hrs yer we rot in at four Oclock in the at 75 per cent of the class meetings morning just so people joined him at lunch even though of each period it unless otherwise have to wait a1 Day to have their conventions prohibited his Tak ,. Walks cleared off and what did . _ ruled by the judges. Ask. A Lousy 15 cents it we would it no Ber Cheek he did so in former a no member hav ing made sales studied at the University of Lon for by the increase in motor travel have let her off at to cents fhe years. Recently though he looked. Don and at Oxford Tater she the report said should have Given us something. ,. To magazines of National circulation Don and at Oxford. Irater Ane anyway. Upon her with a certain resentment prior t0 sent. I 1934 May compete appointed a member of the admin i every month of 1934 showed an and mentally classified her As the except by special ruling of the i istra Tive commissions and minor j increase in fatal motor accidents nguarte0 Hiseler Type. Ties Section of the league of a j Over the corresponding month in proprietors of places of enter j 4_manuscripls submitted should dons secretariat. She taught his j 1933. Said the report. T a 1>lret�?~t0r Tain ment say this situation is not not Ca name of author. Each h tory at Wellesley College in 1921. The first six months of the year t he Federal housing project has at All surprising. _ 1i . _ a. Was a a especially said been carried on Here under the i Rill Simonson in background two Frame structures moved from original locations. By see m. See two of the Frame business structures which figured prominently in the history of Early Racine arc today still standing but in far less important locations. They were in the heart of what is now downtown Racine one of them being located at the Southeast Corner of main and fifth streets. The other stood on the South Side of sixth Street and for the greater part of its nearly 90 years has been occupied As a grocer store. The Frame Structure known As furnished. The Only stipulation is that he must furnish the lot. Anybody May win and its going recess for Gas Range space for 910 sixth Street once stood at the to be loads of fun and excitement j electric refrigerator and for break first mentioned location. It i High record of 33.675 in 1931. She received her master degree the new record in traffic deaths in International Law and political representing an increase of 4,000, science at Radcliffe in 1917. Then could Only be partially accounted sales manager from his Fua head j finished with tile floor and Walls. Furrier who occupied it until a quarters office next to the Rialto the bedroom will have colonial Cine began to take on a More met theater on main Street. The Sale of j Wall paper and have a Roomy Rop Olitan appearance and a Brick tickets opens on monday and eve j clothes closet. The bathroom will Structure supplanted it. Cry body will have the Opportunity to buy As they watch the fascinating transformation of the House d. L. West Lawn ave Quot chivalry will return Quot they say it it s been a Topsy Turvy world. In Many Homes women have been a Friend of dogs conies to their Rescue let car editor would like to say i most certainly filigree with the a a t it its been world on their complaints against the _ m. Dogs Don t you think you ire rather the breadwinners. Wives have unfair with a mins Best Friend How can you All say you love dogs been supporting husbands Atigh and then want to see All dogs a hut ters their father and Brothers As up or disposed of How Many peo a a a a. Pie will take the trouble to walk a a of fun As it has been otherwise. Its dog when they Haven to time to train been a Case of someone working him to Ordinary manners that s aex notwithstanding. Men have Why we meet dogs with such bad manners and children too if you bad to accept the situation and please. But Why blame the dogs or Tjin accustom one to anything children a Ziy punish the dogs by passing a Law to keep them i gallantry and chivalry come Home any More than passing a Law Jim Wen m0ney is plentiful or yes. 4�?manuscripts submitted should not carry name of author. Each w Riter will be Given a number for each script turned in and judges will announce prizes by number. 5�?the following types of manuscripts May be submitted Short stories and articles not Over 4.000 words one act plays and sketches. Tory at Wellesley College in 1921. Attends league assemblies. Her first tour As the result of her interest in International problems and plebiscites made in 1922 when she visited sections of Europe including the Saar where plebiscites had been held or were poems and greeting card verse and planned. During that year and the editorials not Over 1,000 words. The report showing an increase of a faction of j. H. Brannum Racine 21 per cent Over the first half of i Federal housing director. The Ren 1933. Have new modern plumbing fixtures. Including recessed built in Bathtub with Shower and mixing valves and will be finished with tile Walls and floor. Air 4 ont lil incr. A Complete air conditioning equipment will be installed. This includes air washing filtering humidifying dehumidifying heating Rural deaths greatest. Following she attended the league i report said. In spite of the general increase decided upon As an example to in increase in motor deaths during courage householders to Ini prove the year much greater in Rural their Homes at smal copt under districts than in Large cities the the government a a housing program. Ovation and rebuilding of the 1 ant �?~00nk� la no automatically. House on Monument Square i chorus will give free presentation the building trades Man fac a a Prue periods Sui end is Fol of nations assemblies at Geneva a a a Al Quot co pc i Turine plants and other concerns Iowa first period will close Jan. Representative of american mag throughout the country four of the have co operated to assure the Best 31, 1935 second period will close Zines. Nations largest cities showed a de feb. 28, 1935 third period will close miss Wambaugh a first expert crease. They were san Francisco reduction of to to keep children tied up ifs much they will c0me again a Sav opt March 31, 1935 fourth put a Rod Wim once in the actual operations and to Chain a close april 30, 1935. Organization of a plebiscite in i per cent from 1933 Pittsburgh 13 a a Haler to train a dog than him up and did you Ever Stop to mists confident that the turn of think How cruel that be the to de Here Don t make on the door Are you More afraid of the owner you Pond not v4k<kini?. Say that no one seems to own the men Seldom arise to give their. O k. Do Sywy a re re he a let a a Ltd to women in meet oars and Quot a a a a a writer. Ure before the Academie de Droit show decreases according to the borrow Cha them collect these a bad wolves Quot buses. It pointed out. This k�0 thesaurus and other items. Internationale at the Hague the report and be glad for the Freedom of the Cash prise offered. 1925 and 1926 As advisor to Peru per cent Milwaukee 8 per cent. Prizes awarded for these periods in the Tacna Arica plebiscite. And new York i per cent. Many will be chosen from a list including in 1927 she invited to Lee smaller cities were also Able to subscriptions w has been attributed to discourage they remove their hats in the presence of Wom Good dog also this idea of the tax on dogs ment and cynicism. Is the bunk for the poor Chap. If that should come. I shall feel very. A cry sorry for a lot of Little hearts in in elevators etc., when and of Why pick on the poor kids and they think about it. Many social besides putting a tax on a dog does t make a had dog Good. Amenities have been permitted to dear Public if you own a vicious slump along with the financial or had mannered dog will you be a Cash prize of $10 will be award i Only woman in the world so honed for the Best work submitted in ored. The entire term of meetings of the creative writing Gros. Judges will be announced later and their decisions will be final. Just and either tie him up. Train or dispose of him e. F. Fourteenth r urges opening of Toboggan slide hear editor i wonder Juat How Many Young slump it said. But with the colleges of the w Rote plebiscite Survey. Miss Wambaugh a works include an extensive Survey of plebiscites and an earlier Book on plebiscites used by the 1919 peace conference. Speaker tradition of feminine aide to be carried on by Hebbert Plummer Secre of materials and equipment. The House will be completed with heating Plant laundry tubs and water Heater. The stairway to the basement will be added when the House is moved to its final site. The owner must have a lot or May Money for the Pur i j 1 first Chase of one. Lay of Interior. The exterior of the House will he featured by Brick walks and Brick typical of downtown Racine. Main Street at the time it stood on the Square had practically nil Frame structures. Most of them were one Story affairs with a front elevated to give height an a false appearance of stability and magnificence. There were two Story structures As Well and some Brick store buildings. The Hubacheck i building of Wood and two Stor ies High for the greater part of its j length but the rear one Story High. Of a Messiah today Lnu a ,a7er�?T Oclad a sacred concert free to All a. The building now standing on that Cine residents w la be Given at St. Ite. To the South of the Huba i Catherine a auditorium this after Check building were two one Story noon at. C Oclock by the Racine Phil structures and to the South of them harmonic horns of 75 voices it will a fenced in area offer the a a Messiah by Handel. Hubacheck a residence stood acc the offering this afternoon Marks the rear of the store being a wid the first Public appearance of the Brick Structure facing fifth Street. Philharmonic soc Cly since its Chou it torn Down at the time Tbs n work discontinued in 1931. Venetian theater building us rendition of the a a Messiah erected. Was offered by a tile society in 1928. Many ii r h in ran la. Tik Mich Arm close Brookline. Mass or a mrs. Country claiming freshman classes George Wightman Tennis Squash of Young ladies w to do not smoke and Badminton enthusiast had too. And a a mum oui j to their ranks w Ith Joe by i is of drink or attend wild parties and much Arm exercise at a party gig she has always been inter 1 Nho attend strictly to their knit in for her Debutante daughter. Of Oste j in government. Tennessee speaker of the new con Sute is described As the possessor tries to High officials in washing of a a very charming personality i ton will be Able to add a new one a tremendous mind Bril has i undergone changes. For a number of years after the the chorus has been rehearsing Hubacheck store moved to 910 Steps. It will have Walls of Wood for several we is Nuder the dire birth Street there Little change siding and a Wood Shingle roof thin of Russell Lewis w the Alfred made. The porch which sapwood shutters on All windows and d. Linker at the. Organ and mrs. Pended along the entire front from exterior Walls and ceilings insulated Margaret Owen a assistant a com the second Story remaining intact. To the highest degree. Pianist at the piano. Soloists Are j that has disappeared and the Pho the living room will have a Fine mrs. Ellen Schlender Soprano mrs. Begraph gallery portion on tile Sec Bay window at one end a recessed Edna i. Evans contralto Theodore Ond floor has been replaced with. Entrance door with coat closet Linsey Tenor William Humphrey living rooms. Some changes in i near from Entrance a Large sized Bass. Windows have also been made but room with the possibility of local j presentation of the Messiah a outside of those changes the so Artic in dining room furniture in one j which deals with three phases in lure to game m a ting and turn up their noses at the ter shaking hands with Many of be born in Cincinnati Kress people have not iced a that the Wash amusing antics of the Olier Young the guests mrs. Wightman a right March 6, 1882, a great grand mrs Margaret Robertson Secre. End. This will be finished in the the life of Christ occupies about adorned what then known an in ton i Ark Toboggan slide is not folks it appears that chivalry has Arm grew very tired. On further daughter of Thomas Kirker second j tar it t0 the Lank it genial Tennesse now popular knotty Pine panelling one and three quarters hours. A Haymarket open it it it. A try Hast i been fixed Ood Chance of reclaiming its examination she found it to he a governor of Ohio. Her family is an or 13 years will carry on the and put in use As the two ice skat i i _ _ 1, is 141 j ing rinks have been Many people lost cause. Sprain. Like t oboe ran in better than skating but of they hav a a Toboggan i hey eau not use it around the City k by where. I Don t believe it would take Long to fix the slide and i think some of the older boy would be glad to help in order to get another Winter sport started. R m Linden ave what has happened to Jig saw puzzles Pear editor what has happened to the once popular Jig saw puzzles i have visited several stores in both downtown and Uptown and failed to find any. With the Long Winter evenings. We certainly could find lots of fun putting puzzles together again. Was t it lots of fun to get together with a Puzzle and it surely kept lots of children off the streets where so much danger lurks. I. O. A. Racine St blame cast on mothers irks one of them hear editor Why must we mothers be blamed for every thing that happens in our City Here a few weeks ago the City Here a few weeks ago or. Thompson had an article in the Pawer about the cause i of spreading disease. I would like j to know where he gets the idea it is our fault. In my Home last fall my daughter had the Chicken pox i my son allowed to go to school and play with All the other children a it f the neighbourhood. But remember he did t have the Chicken pox. I asked the nurse about keeping him Home but she said it t necessary. A few Days later he a ame Down with their and had exposed the whole room. Three children got them from him. Now done to you think it would have been better to lock the two of their up and prevent others from the sickness i know there Are a few mothers that feel the same about this. I have made up my mind from now business activity of scotch Irish descent. Business conditions Shote improvement in november u0 120 too modern Kitchen. The sunday concert is being of longstanding tradition on Capitol the Kitchen will have a built in feed through co operation of tile Hill that the speakers Secretary be Ivory coloured porcelain sink and Racine service rag be and St. I a h a woman. Work table Kitchen cupboards and Erine s Schor l. From the time that Nick Long i i Worth brought we Ith him to the handsomely appointed suite of of flees on the second floor of the a Capitol provided for the speaker a woman Secretary one of that sex has held the Job. Longworth a Secretary miss Mena up a High up in Mildred Reeves. She remained the ouachita mountains in South with him from the time he became writ Arkansas Neal Barrett and speaker in 1 925 until his death in 1931. Farmers irrigation system beats drouth in Arkansas to 1920 1921 1922 >923 1924 automobile production a 925 1926 1927 1928 1929 building contract awards total 1930 1931 1932 1933 steel ingot production his family arc waging a determined Battle to get Quot off a wife As Secretary. Unique irrigation scheme proved when Jack Garner succeeded to the family a first step to a being on the speaker ship he brought with its him his wife As Secretary. Mrs. The Barrett family consisting of Garner had served in this position or. And mrs. Barrett and their 12 during most of her husbands Ca children saw their crops blistered reer in Congress and followed him by the drouth last july and like to the other Side of the Capitol As Many other families were forced vice president. To apply to the emergency Relief the late speaker Rainey Fol administration s Rural rehab Ilita Lowed Garner s example and Hon department for Aid. Brought along his wife As Secretary got Small loan. When he elected presiding of Barrett obtained a Small loan Fleer of the House. Mrs. Rainey and 16 pounds of seed Beans. He like mrs. Garner had been her planted the seed in a Creek Bottom husband s Secretary for years be Patch. With the Aid of his entire fore. Family and a Friend Barrett con and now comes mrs. Robertson strutted his irrigation system. A wife and Mother and said to be the component parts were a an authority on politics and the Small Creek a forked tree that ways of Congress to carry on. Leaned Over the water two poles with mrs. Robertson As the a Well Pulley some rope. A few speakers Secretary that makes it Rusty Iron pipes a five gallon pail just about unanimous for the worn and a few pieces of lumber. In in such positions during the the group drove the poles into coming Congress. The Secretary to the ground on opposite sides of it 1 associated press Sonal in steel production. Novena with a usual seasonal decline of Snell of new York a Republican the Creek and placed boards across slight improvement in business by showed a Sharp increase. Daily about .5 of one percent. The in Leader of the House is a woman the poles forming a platform. I i 1 i i -#-131 rho 00 ii in in -->33 a Sill 11111 in i so Jas ret Mai to it it a an. Awl Jiff of nov my electric Power production Jan Tco a Ami mat Jun Jia. Aug St oct nov my car loadings. Total Jam ret maa an Mav Jun Java. Aug St-0ct Hov oct department store sales Law a Jun Juv. To Sci of mov Bic Jam arcs Aram Apa a oct mov ate Jam it a App Jun jut aug Zzz oot mov dec rhtwm7�?ohmr��7hl,n condition a n november noted by Opu Iver it a it a gr0s a a continued through the or. E. A. Gridley wife of it Wash then the Well Pulley wa., fastened go to school regardless the rational Industrial conference a Leer cent greater first half of Detenber. In ton Newspaperman. To the tree limb which extended a. X. I Harriet by a a Han he prom Ltd in on a and.4 5 november rail shipments drop in. Garner still is listed As Sec Over the water and a rope run of r cent from the october rotary to the vice president and through the Pulley and Atta and a were 6 percent under Mcnary of Oregon Republican Lead the pail. Praises those who helped City s needy hear editor lit the ice of von column. Id ilk to sax i think it wonderful the the City and saltation army helped the needy have a merry Christmas. I know families who Ped to building and engineering con level Ai tract awards declined slightly be a year ago. Rope shed to or Oregon Republican Lead the pall or of the Senate has a woman As with this a water pump a some it Ond the seasonal amount. Iota in Dollar value of turnover de Secretary too. One on the platform could draw awards of us 7 710,000 reported by payment store Trade 1.5 per position of respond Bilby. Wat a from the Creek just As a cd at is Aoa a Nita. He f Quot in As corp for 57 Cem a a or in november than of. Secretaries to the titular Lead tee is drawn from a Well. Cd at As.900 . A decline of 3. States were 17.4 percent under Tober. The expected seasonal and Board brought the level to where percent above november. 1933. It in August and continued the gains noted in october. Passenger car and truck production for the i United states and Canada for november estimates 9?$ a a it a rite v. 9. A a veal Bandi. My Ioctl by of the fair i1 the other Structure which i treated on sixth Street facing the Square is the building which Ila been occupied by the Everson grocery at eleventh Street and Washington Avenue for Many year. While on sixth Street it occupied by h. T. Taylor As a Gro. Very store. He a Volunteer fireman for Many years and at on time served As assistant chief of the department. Cookery problems will be answered at cooking school to menu ideas Fly out the window when unexpected guests Corno in the door How Many new versions of Tho baking powder biscuit recipe can you make do you bake a perfect cake of not would you like your problems discussed and illustrated these cookery problems and Many More will be solved for the homemakers of Racine at Iii h woman s club Hall when miss Reynolds arrives to conduct a cooking school on monday Jan. 7, and tuesday Jan. 8. Miss Reynolds is a member of Pillsbury a coking service and no of Mary Ellis Ames most Abl assistants. This Well known food lecturer and demonstrator has Tho Happy faculty of turning a cooking school into a veritable Cooks conference. Come and bring your friends. Be prepared to ask questions the More the merrier. School opens promptly at 2 Orlowek. Admission is free. Homemaker Branch w ill meet i ii slav the homemakers club Branch no. 2, organized it Der the direction of Racine vocational school will meet at 2 p. In. Tuesday in the it in Douglas a k gymnasium on Doug-1 la Avenue. M Hora rude urges took a1 Active members of the club to a pulling v at a and irrigate present so that plans May be mad Patch each evening after for projects to be carried on this that the it or. Branch no. I will meet at 22 Ltd de a p m. Friday Jan. It at he Voca crop. Lineal achoo. H the of re pm

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