Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
7 Jul 1935

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7 Jul 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 7, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday a a a bulletin vol. 5-no. 12. Racine wis., sunday july 7, 1935. Circulation 19,500 give rent payers jobs urges writer dear editor _ what about tha rent payer. I read an article in thursday night s journal times about the work pro Gram saying there was very few world War veterans put to work j and another about an Alderman saving he wanted the taxpayer from j his Ward to be employed on the. Work program. What about a Job for the rent payer on this work list or Are the i rent payers just a pack of sheep shoved to one Side or just As Well forgotten men women and sons and daughters. Rent payers Are just As much taxpayers As any one else for a family of five they pay More taxes than a lot of taxpayers that have Only three in the family. For instance a family of five buy More meat flour Cotton tobacco Cigar ets. Drink More Beer More wine More whisky and come right Down to it got to pay More rent to the landlord and i do not see Why we Are not called taxpayers. I would like to see this in print for there Are lots of folks who pay rent the same As i do and May be this taxpayer will find out that us renters pay taxes also. Thanks to h. M. Is. Patrick St we look every sunday for the bulletin and it is a Good sunday news bulletin and Many thanks for same. F. P. Hamilton St says to let motorcycle riders enjoy selves dear editor recently there was a complaint in the paper about the noise made by the motorcycles of Tho members of the Racine motorcycle club. I think this complaint is unjust. Most of these boys can not afford a car and if they Are to get any pleasure out of life resort to a to j to Cycle. Of course some noise is necessary but they try to be As quiet As possible. Almost any motorcycle cop in town makes More noise than any of these boys do. Why not give them a Chance to enjoy life too without someone complaining All the time. I enjoy the bulletin and Hope its Success continues. A. V. Irving place Library goes to customers p the above pictures were taken by a journal times cameraman. Left to right i miss Helen a. Petersen who has charge of the Library feature of tile Wisconsin Telephone company is shown loaning miss Alice Christensen an employee a Book. The shelf of Reading matter is provided by the Racine Public Library and books Are changed frequently. 2 miss Pavitt children s librarian Racine Public Library regularly provides books for the Chicago girls of St. Mary s Home for children. The girls Are spending the summer at the old Racine College. 3 a Small patient at St. Mary a Hospital children a department finds Hospital life much More pleasant because miss Winifred Hawk has remembered to bring her the kind of Book she likes Best. 4 men serving sentences at the Racine county jail get books regularly from the Racine Public Library. Roscoe Pease undersheriff is shown a journal time Friot conferring with miss Winifred Hawk librarian on the merits of books brought in the week shipment. Quot a a so Camp anon Jig to dedicate Chester Beach memorial july 14 finds older children destructive on grounds dear editor during the past few years the building Job pushed As Gillund s tribute to his Friend. The Chester Beach memorial trading Post at Camp anon Jig on the Shore of Little i Ike Elkhart has been completed and dedication ceremonies will be staged sunday learn to occupy men Lime us Eiguy. Afterno0n. July 14. The building it seems that in the evening the pet Peeve i have been harbouring. Has become stronger so i chose 1 your column As its outlet. I think that we have been very Lucky to have so Many Nice play j grounds for Racine children. The provide a place for the children to i learn to occupy their time usefully. Older boys and girls come to the Parks for some fun. But their kind of fun is destructive. They done to appreciate the Many Nice Plav has been finished after a month s hard work through the efforts of i Adolph Gunlund who feels that things which the Park is equipped Thijs is lasting tribute to his own with. The older boys Arentt Satis _. Fled unless they twist the chains Best Friend and to one of the nest on the swings or break them. The j friends Racine boys Ever have 1 ringers Are always twisted around 1 the bar above. Although the play known. The memorial building has been made possible through the Gener things Are provided mainly for the younger generation i think that the older boys and girls should be allowed to use them Only if they j Rosity of a group of friends of or. Know How to use them s hoping that the bullies Beach and or. Gillund. Who find their fun in wrecking the 5.room log Cabin. Younger children a playthings this letter and Realise the ser the trading Post is in the form iou Ness of this situation. I of a log Cabin built of Norway the Chester Beach. Ages of 24,27 most popular for marrying Racine county records show fluctuations in averages. By Henry j. Steketee what is the popular Marriageable age for Racine county Folk according to figures revealed in the marriage License records at the office of miss Lennie Hardie county clerk it is 27 plus for men and 24 plus for women. That is the average among the 288 couples who in the first six months of this year obtained marriage licenses at the county clerks office. The average for the first month of the year we Hen 30 licenses were Vogue for Ungar bed girlies will new York night club operators say meanwhile cabarets Are preparing for hot summer. Many thanks for your wonderful. 18x.j consisting of one desk. The partitions have Bee issued was 30 plus for men and bulletin. J never miss Reading it. Pink in a zen consisting i one m. L. T. Blake ave Large room to be used by visitors tined with Tamarack slabs to give 24 plus for women. In Tho Fol wonders Why Library hides some books and guests of the Camp flanked by the rustic appearance in the in four offices. The reception Hall is terror As Well. All the furniture in fitted with a Large fireplace. Hall also will be rustic in de the four Small rooms Are to be sign used As a Hospital room Camp i the Cabin has an attractive set new York. A Manhattan a Latch string is out for what is believed will be a record number of summer tourists since 1929�?possibly 3,000,000 of them. And special welcomes have been prepared in hundreds of night spots. The floor shows of the Nighter ies have been remodeler especially for the summer Trade. The most violent of comedians have been engaged. Along with the bluest of singers and singers of the most indiscreet songs. Also the most celebrated orchestras that can be lured from the lucrative provinces where most of them have been on tour. Costumes shrink. The thousands yes about 3,000 a chorus and show girls have put 1 lowing month when 38 licenses were granted the average for men in sweltering Days learning routines dropped to 23 plus and that for for the new shows. Costumes have women to 22 plus. Been sheared away almost to the men s average rises. Vanishing Point being either Corn in March the average for men Petely diaphanous or replaced by dear editor i am writing about a Peeve of mine against the Public Library. I know we get splendid service but rectors office program directors in amp on a Large Knoll now Well still there one thing that i dislike office and a trading Post which needed beside a Grove of Trees and Rose four Points but that for women negligible patches of beads. There a re certain books that one will serve As a Post office Bank re to will be the first building to Greet j remained the same As in the pre i since absolute nudity already has ceding month. Only 21 licenses been achieved especially by Solo has to ask for at the desk. I can to j freshment stand and information understand this. Books like Bare we Ell to arms by Ernest Kerning j Way and Quot Manhattan Transfer by John Dos Bassos Are great books yet one has to be embarrassed by j having to ask for them. Apparently some one thinks that these books j should be kept away from certain j people. Well what were they bought for if not for people to read j them we read the bulletin thoroughly every sunday. R. R. Park ave turn to Page 14. Column 7 no danger Racine will be City of bachelors in 1990 by Sid Kaye males Here to years later. In an article in last week s Bulle other words the increase in the where Are Racine s tin contained figures showing that number of males was 9.2 per cent gentlemen asks woman snore males than females Are born while that of the females was 21 in Racine and it was predicted per cent. We Ere taken out in that month dancers who perform in nothing there was no change in april in but subdued lights cabaret men the average age for men but that i admit that the autumn trend must of women went upward two years. Forty nine licenses were granted in that month. May saw a change in the average. The average for men in that month based on the 73 licenses granted was 28 plus and that for women. 26 plus. In the final month of the period the average age of men applying for marriage that eventually there will be a lot in 1920, there was Little differ licenses was 26 plus with the dear editor i read the bulletin every sunday and like it very much. I Llie mtr average age of women 24 plus. My pet Peeve is Quot Are there any bachelors Here because there once in the number of boys and the Jas licenses issued Dur gentlemen left in Racine a a will not be enough women to go girls under 19 years of age while recently i had to ride on a bus from the North Side to the South around. Side. With my two year old Daugh or. I. F. Thompson City health ter asleep in my arms and not one.,Man offered to give me his seat. Commissioner is no Speculator on i done to mind standing when alone such subjects. He has studied but with a child i think it is Dif. Ferent. Them for years and his answer to hoping some of the men that that problem based upon Statis and 24 in 1920 and in 1930 there of 44 were on that bus will read this. Swing Back to clothes again to costumes of the Ziegfeld tradition attractive in color and Slinky line though perhaps with some peek a boo qualities. Until then How Ever the skins the limit for the summer Trade and no showman would dare be caught without an assortment of fan veil Bubble spider Crystal and Moon dancers catering. Theater remodeler. In the music Hall line there s the ing the 6-month period shows that to cars later the proportion i in 35 cases prospective brides were French Casino remodeler from under 14 was about the same but older than the prospective Bride from one of the towns Best Thea Thore wore 198 More females than grooms by from one to eight years ters to include tables for dining an males. There was an excess of one prospective Bride of 50 had enlarged stage for dancing and a �,86 males Between the Ages of 20 Las her intended husband a Man very ooh la la show of revue pro another prospective Bride portions called the folios Ber thanking you in Advance. S. H. Grand ave Wear i enjoys pictures taken 1 by journal photographer dear editor May i Tell you How sincerely i enjoy and appreciate the journal times photographer service this excellent new feature places the journal times on a Par with the finest newspapers in the country. It is indeed a grand step Forward in modern newspaper service and gives folks the Opportunity to get the latest news of Racine together with photos. With this wonderful service the journal times and the sunday bulletin brings to its readers the most Complete and interesting newspaper facilities available. F. M. Bryn mawr ave decreased 871 and the number of women in the same group increased two past 70 wed. Two men who had passed �?T0 took 88. Turn to Page 6, column 6. Cautions a twists to drive carefully dear editor i would like to make a plea to tonal causes each and every Motorist in our City to use every precaution when driving. To safeguard the lives of our youngsters especially now that vacation time is Here. Residing close to the Entrance of the North Side Beach i am stricken with fear every time i hear the screech of a car putting on its brakes in a hurry and almost afraid to look lest it should be some Little tot run Over. Children Are All a Little thoughtless at times and i have noticed More than once How they forget everything else when they come in sight of the Lake and make a dash across streets without looking right nor left. If every car owner would be jus a Little less in a hurry and snore tics of the past and present is were is More women than men of 50 was five years older than geres. Most of the girls that Racine a future men do not in that age group. In the 10-year i her prospective husband and still clothes but in the parisian can can have to worry about not getting period there were 527 fewer males another of 50 was four years older tradition of Black silk Hose and wives at least so far As the sup and 159 More females in the latter than her future mate ply of women is concerned. Age group while the number of the basis for his conclusion is men from 25 to 34 years of age that in contrast to the increased number of male births is the greater proportion of male than female deaths. This is True not Only in Racine but the world Over. Boys More delicate. A Why is the mortality of males greater than that of females a the commissioner was asked. He explained that in the Early months of life when the relation of the infant to the external world is essentially the same for ruffled shanties. Not All of the i girls do Wear clothes however. An i Quot Apple dance and a a Bat dance i As their intended brides Are a couple of the More Sensa i women Many years younger. One tonally revealing items. For a typical Broadway cabaret j roster of summer school increases 35 Over year ago i an increase of 35 students in the dents take it than any other lesson. �?~5 5 summer school Over the in classes of two hour periods Are both sexes the higher mortality of Roli ment of a year ago is shown in held Only in the morning lasting boys can be due Only to cons Titu and. Oddly enough. Consider the Paradise Gawdy j stronghold of the streets most widely known night clubman n. J t. Cd otherwise Nils t. Granlund. J n. T. G. Has installed a new summer Jubilee with some pretty lab j orate production numbers full of dewy Young things also some songs that Are no More proper than they should be. A Boneless mexican red Pepper who Calls herself Rita Dio does some of the sing the figures released by Harrison j from 8 to to and to to 12. A ships a of principal of Franklin jul Dent May take one or two courses. He Points out the male child is Nior High school and head of the because of the $5 fee charged for somewhat More delicate than the summer term. Another instructor each subject and because most of female. Even the Principa com has been added to the summer the studies taken Are by students Mun Cable diseases. Such ass Bool fact Ity. Who Are repeating them More Seri measles Scarlet fever and dish i to Hundred and Twenty five Rusness and willingness to study Are theria show a higher death rate students Are now taking courses at shown in summer school than Dur among boys than girls. The summer school which will be ing the regular school term a calling attention to the fact that ending the third week of its six cording to or. Wood. Boys and men Are More venture a week session saturday. The enrol i has threefold purpose some than girls and women and ment figures show that the same a the purpose of the summer out strip each other Are beginning that the male is subjected to sex number of boys and girls Are school is said or. Wood to go in for mass nudity. Pretty eternal dangers not encountered in studying during the vacation per first to give students in senior soon have to put on their ing and More than her share of i hip tossing. For nudity there a j the dance of the crystals. Per formed in unison by a couple of the unc lad. Bare Story to end. There obviously is an indication of How the Bare Story is going to end. Night clubs in attempting to the same degree by the female he nod. Ascribes this As another cause for Sloff s of Quot Tanc a Quot re a a a a a pie a Amy rate of the male. However As old age advances the Accident death rate for both sexes More closely approaches each other. Birth rate declining. Records reveal that the birth rate in Racine has gradually de in two sections. The school is separated into two Selt Rion a senior and Junior High divisions. The Junior High school bes an enrolment of 140 members. With 85 senior High school student sing to summer school and by pass taking higher courses. English and j ing in the course he can receive american history Are offered to j his diploma at the end of summer senior High students w Hiie the i school. And senior High schools who have clothes and Start All Over again failed in one or two subjects a Best example of mass nudity Chance to make up that deficiency though is not to be found on and continue with their regular Broadway now but Down on Sulli classes. If a student fails to be Van Street in Greenwich Village at graduated from High school by go Jimmy Kelly a. Of the polite places with Good music and food room to dance and incidental singing and dancing in j text ailment practically All of the hotel roofs qualify. Guy Lombar Jackie Daly below sets the hat styles in the Paradise summer Jubilee and the Quot mite of Yenta Varden above lures new yorkers across the Hudson to Ben mar deity a Riviera. Grounds we would Avert Many tragedy. Thanking you for your eagerly a waited sunday bulletin i remain. J. A. Kewaunee St tells Why High school graduates Are confident in the better of r. V. Osborne j crier a period of years. The younger pupils have their Choice j a and if a Junior High school put hts in thu Quot it ,30. Census pave the male popu of English mathematics and so Pil is unable to enter High school do is at the Waldorf Astoria John j a he opinion the a in err Voy to won d Ian a Cluj As an 3 the female cia1 sciences such As history and for the same reason he can follow by Green at the St. Regis Enoch a a smoother run in a Force if population a3 a Here. A a English Protea to be the the same method and later enter Light at the pleasant airy old a i turn to Page 2. Column i were 34,444 males and 33,098 be most popular subject More Stu 1 takes books to hospitals Camps jail Story hours picture part of visiting service. By Dorothy Mcguire if you can to come to the Library the Library will come to you. Its Story hour on the grounds of picturesque old Racine College where a group of Young Chicago girls sits listening to miss Pavitt of the Racine Public Library. This is the summer Camp selected by St. Mary a Home for children and since it is located in Racine it is included in the Camps regularly visited by librarians who bring books pictures and stories to Tho Little campers. Its afternoon at the City a Largo hospitals and Small boys and girls patients with various illnesses eagerly await that glad break in the Day when miss Winifred Hawk of the Library s Branch department brings them their favorite stories. They listen daily for the a Library on miss Hawk knows their likes in literature and remembers to bring them what they want most. Visits All rooms. Twice weekly miss Hawk makes her rounds of the hospitals entering each room or Ward to fill orders. In the Case of persons we Ith poor eyesight there Are special books with Large Type. For some of these persons with no relatives or friends to visit them the Library Scall is one of the few Bright moments of the lying in period. Miss Hawks work takes her to the county jail and detention Home. Books for the detention Home Are carefully selected by the Library. Incidentally these Are kept in excellent condition apparently appreciated by boys Ami girls detained there. Because they cannot read Many magazines of the a a pulp variety. Detective and adventure a thrillers a which they receive from friends and which have to he discarded by detention authorities the books Are doubly Welcome. Men in jail like fiction and biographies. They crowd around the portable bookshelves to find favorite authors and the books play an important part in occupying time profitably during the serving of sentences. Moves in Many place. Miss Hawk goes to All Large Industrial plants furnishing books for the libraries at these places. She also goes to the transient Home. Miss Davitt goes regularly to the boys and girls Camps to orphanages and All other places where there Are Large groups of supervised children. These Are Only a few instances of the Racine Public Library a service to the Public outside of the regular routine carried on in the Library and its branches. Future developments in service May include the talking novels for the Blind which civic organizations a placing in libraries else inhere. Turn to Page 6, column 4 turn to Page 14. Column 2. Electric contraption rocks baby s Cradle Chicago a the woman in the shoe hitched the cradles of her litter to her rocking chair but j. Otto has Mikeson mo., inventor has supplanted even the rocking chair with an electric Gadget. The contraption by the Mere pushing of a Button Roks baby a Cradle Bassinet or buggy with True Motherly care. Hahs who thinks his invention is the a greatest of All the Ages a for the reason that a the hard that rocks the Cradle rules the world a brought hic contraption to the National inventors Congress Here

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