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

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14 Jul 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 14, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say. Isi will be paid for la any comment coed of in this column Ujj sunday journal times or bulletin vol. 5-no. 13. Racine wis., sunday july 14,1935. Circulation 19,500 picnic Parks along Lake needed Here says writer dear editor. The writer heard some visitors attending a convention Here some time ago exclaim on the beauties of Lake Michigan and How fortunate Racine was to be so situated. I wonder just How Many of the people of Racine really appreciate what the City has in this regard. Does the City administration itself appreciate it of so. Has it stopped to consider How Little Access the population has to the Lake True there is the municipal bathing Beach with its huge stretch of Sand Fine for the bathers but what about the family who wishes to pack a lunch and sit on the grass and enjoy a Little privacy to say nothing of not wanting to Wade through a lot of Sand or sit in the hot Sun. Then tiler1 is the Roo. And the Lake Hank on South main Street. Nice to sit for a Short time and look out Over the Waters hut a Steep embankment Between. The Small plot Back of the hotel offers Little or no privacy and certainly not a pleasant View to the North and but Little to the South. Comparisons Are odious i know. But does t it seem reasonable to expect that our City should have Lake fronts at least equal to. If not better than our sister City Kenosha their municipal bathing Pavilion recently dedicated is a Beauty and the surrounding Park a Beautiful spot for picnicking for those who do not Tare for the bathing the Lake front on the Northern limits is another link in their Fine Lark system. There arc other Lake front Parks in that City which Are inviting and other Parks away from the Lake Shore Are achievements to be proud of. South Milwaukee too is doing wonders along that line. What is wrong with Racine very truly yours. V. P. Frank ave claims women forfeited rights to Courtesy dear editor to mrs. S. Ii grand Avenue who complains of Lack of Gentl manliness an amendment woman suffrage was declared in effect August 26, 1920. With the coming into effect of this amendment women just naturally forfeited All right to demand any acts of Courtesy from a Man beyond those which could be required of both Man or woman. Women have been Ballering about Lack of recognition of their Equality to men. To help prove their Equality they have in recent years been adopting the men s customs of voting patronizing saloons wearing masculine apparel and not Seldom doing men s work in the factories. So there s the answer mrs. S. H. Women have succeeded so Well in showing their strength and ability that men Are of the idea that women can ably get along without their Little acts of Courtesy. Thank you. The s. Howe it pleads with owners to tie up dogs dear editor much has been said about dogs running around the streets. The other evening there were five dogs in the Middle of the Street and not f one had a Collar. Small children get frightened and scream when Eon of outed by one or More of these stray dogs. I Hope people will keep their dogs tied up and also Hope stray dogs will be disposed of As is done in other cities. Hot weather is Here and the Chan i Reg of some one getting bit by a dog that has hydrophobia is much it greater. Also we have had several j sleepless nights because of a group t of cats meowing and crying under our bedroom window. Hoping to see this in print As the i bulletin is the Best medium i know j of where All the people can express j their views and pet peeves and where All the people get the Bulle j tin to see the same. Sincerely Vours h. Of. St Patrick St a Hie Racine journal times cameraman visited Camp anon Jig last monday to picture activities at the Racine y. M. C. A. Camp near Plymouth wis. In the group of pictures Are i the Archery class in action. 2 the Ches ter Beach memorial trading Post which is boing dedicated today. 3 tile swimming 4 the handicraft and Model aviation group. 5 setting up exercises just before the morning dip in Little Lake Elkhart. A the horse Manship inspection class out for a ride. 7 tent inspection. 8 the Camp staff and tent guides. A three of the campers enjoying a wrestling match. To freckles enjoy it it whimpering to no philosopher i know the sting of Ninny a cruel blew. The bitterness of sneers and All the Hurt of seeing castles fall. But after All the tears Are shed get Back to work and look ahead. Nothing is mended by despair. Time flies while you Are whimpering there. If one in pm a Dies. Tomorrow morn should Sec another Prospect born. The failure quits when Victory s gone the Winner wins keeping on. The bumps and jars which you will get Are real sources of regret. But every extra hour you frown keeps you just that much longer Down. Things May be bad. But make a move grumbling your Fortune won t improve. Mend what is broken if Vou can it it i Bear its ruin As a Man. Toe longer you bewail your Luck. The longer in the mire you re stuck Busy if you want to climb. I whimpering is Hist a waste of time. I. A. It. Thurston ave warns non swimmers to keep out of Quarry let ear editor during the past week. Or so three people have drowned. This it seems to me should Point some sort of moral to the rest of us. It is that we All make sure that we Are fairly Good swimmers before we venture to such deep water As that at the Quarry. It would be an excellent thing if we All Learned to swim. Besides being a Protection it is very healthful. I am sure the re would be a great Deal less loss of Nee of people would Gourn then Selv. A in rentals of so Mitringa tempting to co in at the Quarry. A ours sincerely. N. G. Lake ave dislikes advertising on movie screens dear editor would like to voice my dislike to the Ever advertising that is developing in some of the neighbourhood Heaters it is bad enough when you have to sit through two feature length pictures without being bored with the previews of coming attractions which Are to come to the theater. Then to top it of they have trailers telling you How to make some extra Money with their different ideas. To think that after hearing advertising on the radio All Day and seeing it in the papers you even pay to see it in the Heaters. I wish to think you for this column in which i can express my feelings so conveniently. E. S. It Franklin it broken parole in state rare official says Good in every Man Truman Burgardt believes. <3> Racine Camp anon Jig dedicates Chester Beach memorial trading Post today a a by hex it j. Steketee Quot there is some Good in everyman. It will come out if one per of can 1 says Peter Hoeksma. Lists Long enough to find makes better neater this is the basis underlying the harnesses than can be harness maker since 1883 bows to machine age Holland up a Michigan a Only surviving hand harness maker after half a Century in the business grudgingly admits that the machine is unbeatable. Compete with with Quot Why it stronger made by ? a ceremonies planned to pay lasting tribute to men who aided i footes Juarch w id i i Rill r la in amp tuers youth project at Little Elkhart campers have varied program of daily activities by Lloyd b. Cain columns have been written and Many boys and Young men have Sung the praises of Camp anon Jig the Racine y. M. C. A. Camp on Little i Ake Elkhart in Sheboy got a glimpse behind the scenes at week for most of the campers is Camp anon Jig. These scenes have been enacted daily during the summer. For the last to years and with the Camp enlarging yearly it is expected they will continue for work of Truman Burgardt. Proba j hand and it takes Only half the Hon and parole officer for the so Hoeksema finally gave state Board of control whose ter it a and tor the last few years has Mitory includes Racine Kenosha been doing much of his work on and Milwaukee counties. Gan county but one must visit Tho 1 Many years to come. Camp to appreciate it. Today Ray Vance is the Camp director Marks the highlight in the to years and from Early morning until after j wants to see How the boys enjoy an overnight horseback trip along a winding Trail where at the end the boys Camp for the night. They return in time for breakfast the next morning. If any Reader of the bulletin for 25 years he has been engaged in parole and probation work both for the state Board and in other capacities. Ninety per cent of men on probation or parole do their Best to comply with every Rule and regulation Laid Down by the state Board or. Burgardt has found. Out of 125 cases handled in Racine county during the last year not one has failed to live up to the obligations imposed by the Board on i persons paroled. Small machines although he insists a somewhat defiantly a that some of it can be done much better by hand. Hoeksema started his Trade 52 years ago in Holland when harness Dos two illustrations. J body Ever thought the horse would effects of the parole and pro be displaced by the cation systems on the individuals year he turned out sets were expiated by or. Burgardt harness which were sold to who gave two illustrations. One Farmers in the Community Many the funds a of these. Or. Burgardt said shows i of whom have used Hoeksema before at i history of the campy impressive the campfire in the evening the ceremonies Are being Beld there boys Don t have a Dull moment. To pay a lasting tribute to men they have swimming boating who have been outstanding in horseback Riding nature lore building and perpetuating the j handicraft Model aviation study Camp. Taxidermy and Many other a Tiv the Chester Beach memorial cities. At the Bugle Call Early in the making by hand was a flourishing 1 trading Post is being dedicated this morning All the boys assemble on Industry. Gradually the harness afternoon As a tribute to Chester makers were forced to give Way j Beach who was one of the prime before the factory made product movers in establishing this Camp and now he is the Only one Active. Site. After months of hard work Quot when i started i was 16.&Quot says under the direction of Adolph Gil i Hoeksema Quot and harness making Lund the trading Post has been j was an important business in every completed and in the ceremonies town. It looked like a Trade that this afternoon the Cabin will be i w Ould always be in demand. No-1 presented officially to the Camp. Themselves the writer suggests a trip to Camp anon Jig today to attend the memorial ceremonies. By Auto it is about 90 Miles. A suggested route is Highway 38 or 42 out of Racine to downtown Milwaukee. Then out third Street to Capitol drive thence to Highway the Parade grounds for morning 57 which goes directly to plym exercise after which comes the Outh. At the City limits of Plymouth turn right on county trunk in Maneu vers Washington Quot Coyote Quot Aerial gunnery has proved it virtually impossible to Quot run a Coyote to death a with an air plane the army air corps reports. Quot Coyote Aerial gunnery it was explained was discovered by the 41st division aviation Washington National guard Spokane. It was said to be highly beneficial training for officers in preparation for Aerial gunnery Competition. Flying Low Over Sagebrush Plains the air corps said Quot it is not difficult to a pump up a Coyote who As it races through the Sagebrush becomes a Lively observation target for observers and pilots. Quot flying Down on the Coyote the pilots Are Given Good training in ground gunnery with the camera morning dip. A regular routine is followed until the campfire in the evening. One of the highlights of the Highway e for about three Miles to the Entrance to the Camp grounds. How a Man can be rehabilitated while he is on probation it related to a Young Man who while on probation had earned $1,500. With a Check in his hand for that amount he said to or. Burgardt Quot i have a Good mind to go Over to that Saloon and get the Check pointing to the place to which he referred. Or. Burgardt advised him against made harness All their lives. Youth practices jazz on piano in get Rich s p ring i eld anyone will agree that notes of jazz music floating out of the Hird floor windows of a Baptist Church at Midnight would appear suspicious. But it was t in this it. At the outset of his sentence Case. Frank Pike. 25. Told police the Young Man was told by his i whom neighbors had called that Ance that she would be waiting for he had received permission to prac him at the conclusion of the term Tice on the Church piano. Or. Burgardt advised the Man to Hunt up the girl and have her by i j u in make Good on the Promise but a om3h judge la of i 4 the Young Man feared an Adverse j prs court a Home Burgardt took things into a it tto re intr t to jj_qj.r5_ optimists to attend. The program w hich will Start at 2 30 p. In. Today follows 1. Hymn led by Harry James. 2. Invocation it. J. Ritz general Secretary y. M. C. A. 3. Violin Solo a Max Plavnick. 4. Dedicatory prayer a Rev. Thomas Frizelle. 5. Song by quartet. 6. Dedicatory address a Rev. Thomas Frizelle. 7. Violin Solo Max s. Presentation of Cabin a. A. Gillund. 9. Acceptance Hon. R. Burgess chairman boys work committee. Ideal weather increases activity at playgrounds a journal times photo. Ins a Alloo of Watermelon. La tile nature lore group Iii front of tile Block House. Hotel routine explained by manager Here a a Jack Conley tells Why w a of registering was changed. By Dorothy Mcguire nowadays a dog May go practically everywhere his master does except in a restaurant or other places where food is served or sold. Quot Jack a Conley manager of hotel Racine with his Many years of hotel experience declares that women particularly will not tolerate having their pets kept in one place while they stay in another. He quoted a Chicago manager As saying a if the dog Isnit too Large for the elevator he May go to the guest guns. As the Road of the motor room his master or mistress is of grows louder the Coyote doubles j his Speed until it appears he be i of course a dog is never allowed lives the air plane is on his Back. In a room. His owners must be Quot at this time the a Chicken steal responsible for him at All times Era Rares up shows his fangs and during his stay in the hotel. To immediately begins turning in Vari is Given a thorough inspection for Ous directions until the plane is cleanliness before he is permitted pulled to enter. Other than that lie is contrary to general belief it was Welcome if he behaves himself and pointed out it is almost in posse does t inconvenience guests. The Weatherman finally settled Down to his summer Long task of pleasing the City s children As the third week of the playground season came and went without the t i Tomary rain storms. Last week being Quot nature week Quot such insignificant articles As match boxes and Glass jars Are also taking on new possibilities when covered in colourful design with crepe paper. Many of the mothers have been so impressed with this Type of work that they be to Quot run a Coyote to death with an air plane because after each dive the Coyote is smart enough to rest As he dog trots canny gulls wreak havoc on fruit farms Plavnick. Memorial on monday afternoon playground j have taken time out from their judge e. Household duties to drop in at the playground and learn the simple technique necessary. Building Bird houses. Men play leaders began their Bird House handcraft programs. Finds Racine men courteous dear editor i wish to protest against the question asked in fast sunday s bulletin As to whether there Are to More gentlemen left in Racine. I rid1 the bus several times a Day and i personally find the men in Racine t a it hot a i h More court ecu As a w Hele than in a her larger turn to Page 12, column 5. Result. His own hands drove with the Young Man to the Home of the Young woman explained his Mission to her parents and soon Learned that the Young woman still stood on her Promise. See them married. Burgardt took the pair to town. Obtained a special dispensation and turn to Page 12, column Pittsfield. Shortly after being appointed As new Hampshire s first municipal judge. Mrs. Idella m. Penness surprised her friends by holding her initial court session in her own Nome. She quietly notified the principal in two pending automobile cases and quickly disposed of both without leaving her parlor girls along with their play leaders enjoyed either a hike into the Woods or a swim at the Beach. Play leaders had previously studied the different Trees Flowers and Birds while the pictures the Chillo. Remarks Theodore John Dren carried along with them made judging from the interest and in son president Racine y. M. C. A. Identification easier. Thus asm show n at the playgrounds 11. Closing hymn by quartet. Although the Lewis Field children in a few week there should be a 12. Benediction Rev. Thomas hiked no More than a mile from Bird House for every tree. Frizelle. Their playground they probed j teaching at the same time Les Optimist clubs of Racine she i hundreds of natures secrets. The sons in cleanliness and Good cite Boggan and Milwaukee have a Varia us Birds butterflies and Trees zen ship playground beautification ranged caravans to go to Camp vere Given thir proper names by j was the order of the week. Much anon Jig to attend the program Adward Prinz who has made these to the astonishment of the parents especially commemorating the fact studies his bobbies for several j at the frail playground the Chil i fruit within reach. That or. Beach was a charter Mem years past even before the party Dren even brought Lawn mowers j left the Park for its hike de pointed out a Killdeer a Flicker and a red eyed Virid. Using Only crepe paper and Ordinary tin cans the children Are being instructed to make Beautiful. Salt Lake a a local influx of gulls and the consequent Competition for food among them has caused fruit Farmers of fait i Ake and Utah valleys great dismay. In Hie to alight on the branches with their webbed feet the gulls i have Learned to hover Over the Trees beat the fruit Down with a heir wings and then Fly to the ground and feast on the fallen Harvest. The Birds have also been observed in the tops of the Cherry Trees supporting themselves with Ber of the Optimist club Here and was Well known throughout the state because of his interest in the welfare of boat a. Pictures show activities. Cannot enter restaurant. Docs according to the food and drug acts May not enter restaurants. For that matter neither can they come into grocery stores or other food dispensaries with their owners. Most travellers realize this Conley said and do not attempt to impose. Formerly hotels had special kennels for visiting pets. Guest room doors were closed against them. Dater the regulation was waived in the Case of the Boston terrier and a few other dogs with outstanding habits of cleanliness. Now however the interest in pets is so great and their care so meticulous that they Are no longer banned. Dogs Are n Tien Ouray. I to run around in lobbies where they May frighten guests and a hotel manager must show tact and diplomacy in handling this As other Emer grass i in the group of pictures one can decorative articles for the Home. From Home to give the much needed clipping. The final Jae stones meet was held Friday afternoon at Lewis Field. Each playground was represented by two players each of Atush to Page 7, column 3.jut spread wings de Outing a1 the Ger cof a which develop in the hotel j business. Antis were election won sith time Stayton or a for the 37th time voters elected Leonard Walker clerk of the school District. Starting in 1895, Walker was out of office Only three years when he i moved away. Why Anis were adopted. Not so Long ago anyone Corning to a hotel might look it the Large registration Sheet always open on the desk. Now every guest is registered by a card system Ani turn to Page 3, column a

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