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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 28, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin I what our readers have to say. Isi will in any Cornu in this sunday journal times a bulletin paid for la comment used j column la vol. 5-no. 15. Racine wis., sunday july 28,1935. Circulation 19,500 ought quit Lettin those dogs around dear editor one thing i dislike very much and of course the Only Pla e i eau express it in the sunday bulletin about the dogs around our Yard. I think people should no to keep do i unless they Are tied. Sometimes you � want your children to go for a i but there Are so Many dogs that they tre afraid. The dogs not Only frighten the children but dig up the gardens. You can t even keep them out because if you put a Fence up they dig a Hole and go under. I Hope those people who have dogs will kindly keep them in their own Yard h. K. Racine St offers Good advice to Racine mothers dear editor now that we at last Hae lint weather and people Are going to the Beath and on picnics with the family i can t help but express my pet Peeve. It to the Way the parents Bise patience with their children while on an Outing of picnics make mothers All hot and bothered and crabby Why done to they stay Home Why take it out on the kiddies yesterday a Little tot was sunburned arid while the Mother was dressing him he cried and said it Hurt and please Don t be so a ugh. Child brought up in an institution. The answer to that was a Good slap the face and it seemed was in rougher than before. Just be i c use she , s i know it really More work for How t0 maintain himself and after a Mother to get a picnic lunch ready than to eat at Home and that everyone gets pretty tired but what if the kiddies do get their clothes dirty or eat a Little More Isno to that a picnic bet them have that one Day without scolding them every minute. Mothers Don t lose your temper Over Little things. They will love you the More for a Little patience with them. Thank you. Mrs. Ii. W. Lasalle St Racine May get swim Pool father fight for Home basis of Racine tale fiction like struggles of Man illustrate welfare needs. David Miller was a foundling commission orders Survey by City planning Engineer at 14 he was turned out to earn t his own living. He managed some j Well f Eavens Sake dog question again dear editor there any reason Why sane people should bring their pet dogs Down to the bathing Beach in t the water dirty enough without having dogs go in bathing i think any dogs going into the water should be done away with or else their owners fined. A dog can easily carry disease and Why should innocent bathers suffer for some Peoples stupid idea of bringing dogs Down to the Beach. A dog does t usually come Down to the Beach himself he usually follows his owner. Anybody should know that the Beach no place for any animal. Then scone people Are Clever enough to throw Sticks in the water just to see if the dog will Chase it and bring it Back. Ifs bad enough for the dog to be Down on the Beach but to Chase him into tile water Racine May obtain a pork swimming Pool like this one photographed by a journal times cameraman on Cudahy to Lak Ohore. If Effort of the planning commission la ear fruit. The i tidally it ool seen by a group of Racine offi several years to marry and establish a Home. Fix years ago his j wife developed an abscess at the i base of her spine and after five years of suffering died in childbirth leaving the new baby girl another 6-year-old girl and two boys to and 12, for David Miller j to care for alone. The Hospital staff was reluctant to let him take the baby Home Blit he was deter i mined to keep his children together and his Home intact. I thus starts a True Story of life in rating with Only the names changed to spare embarrassment for the subjects a Story that illustrates the kind of work being _ done by welfare agencies such the Central association Here. The rare pieces ii exp if tale goes on part time Job. David has a part time Job paying $29 a month and occasional Odd jobs so that the Bare necessities Are nearly provided for. But he has been constantly haunted Laid off Man in depression electrical tooth Brush demand rewards his efforts. Rials who recently inspected projects of that kind in Milwaukee county serves Many persons. On the Day the picture was taken the Pool had i too visitors up to Early afternoon. Danish artist displays work if findings prove need project May be financed by Federal funds spa proposal. Tion at 302 main Street. on Lake Michigan in Milwaukee while this City has Long stretches on the North and South beyond my comprehension. Nobody by the fear that some medical or likes to have shake off the government Agency might try to water from their backs on to All the people around him or kick up take his children away from him i Sand so Why tolerate it you dog owners Don t know How to much the bathers would appreciate it if you would please leave your dogs at Home or if they Are Down St the Beach done to make them go into the Waier. A. It. Twelfth it commends Motorist for freeing a dog dear editor while Riding Down Washington Avenue the other night we were surprised to see a dog with a paper bag tied Over Bis head trying to Cross Washington Avenue near the to be an unusual Comrade to his City Hall. The animal was pitifully feeling his Way and was in danger of being struck by some passing car. Several motorists stopped and one Cut the strings from around tile dog to neck and took off the bag. The Motorist who freed the dog to be commended the one who tied the bag Over the dog head Well it a Shock to think anyone would have such a perverted sense of humor that Blind folding a dog and turning him Loose on Washington Avenue a joke. Thanks for the bulletin and the Freedom of the column. Sincerely h. F. Arthur Avenue by Sid Kaye there a demand for and would it be advantageous to have a Large Public swimming Pool in ?� Racine for the accommodation of the City planning Engineer Points thousands of persons who like sanitary sewer outfalls and tvs Rath Vitt Trp bathing but find it inconvenient or washings from the zoo at the North by Doro i ii i undesirable Lopo to the North Beach. Declare nor that much of this tiny exquisite figures that look and South Side beaches washed ashore leaving doors like Ivory miniatures Are Only the City i Lanning Engineer Milton j and other unpleasant conditions trick of a Jack knife on a single w. Breivogel has been instructed j Lake water too cold. He says that the water in Lake w. Breivogel has been instructed by the City planning commission to so he has struggled for nearly piece of soft Wood. But they Are. I a a. Wit hit ack intr for and v. I make a ure it for the purpose of Michigan nearly always too cold two years without asking for and rare Peces that have thrilled con determining whether there a vice or help from anyone hashing Noi Seura of the cur of the world and ironing clothes at night. He tries to get some sleep in the Layover an a hey Are n0w on display time and then by la p. Rn., when at 302 main Street. These Are the for Many persons w to like to swy tim need for such a recreation place whereas water in a bathing Pool Here. He has the children All in bed he work of a danish artist in Wood starts out in the night to walk 20 Christian w. Nelson native of blocks to his work. He tries to get Skand Oborg Denmark who devel Home soon after Daylight breakfast for his children with it All David has found time country. Nelson now 72 years old. He if a system such those in Mil May sock i ederal funds. Waukee carried out would have he will submit his findings to lie removed. It also the commission whose members pointed out that a Pool properly to located will be within walking Dis Home and started doing directed. Will reach a conclusion the depression solved a big problem for Carl Kluge 220 Augusta Street. It made him an inventor and a manufacturer. Several years ago or. Kluge was profitably employed making an exclusive device for automobiles. Business was going Well and prospects for the future looked brighter every Day. Thrown out of work. Suddenly the device that the concern was making was discontinued a relic of past usefulness. Or. Kluge was thrown out of work. He became ill and his condition kept growing worse. He went to an internationally famous clinic for an All around examination. Expressionless faces greeted and dismissed him. he passed from one doctor to another he became More and More convinced that he was a sick Man. For a final summing up of his clinical examinations he was sent to an elderly physician. A Young Man a said the doctor a you Are in terrible condition. In fact your health so bad that i wish mine were no worse. A slight leakage of the Gums the Only unhealthy thing about you and this can be corrected in a Short time by vigorous 10-minute brushing of your Teeth and massaging of Gums twice daily. Go Home and rest for a month and follow these simple instructions. That ?� invent device. Greatly relieved or. Kluge went Hobby addicts add to hoards of rare gents Penny collection craze claims people in All classes. Alfred r. Hilker elimination committee chairman. To get oped a Knack with the knife when Hether one should be provided if Tance of Many who Are without with a lot of time on his hands he was a boy on a farm in his own decision in the affirmative j Means of transportation and who he to think of ways of get. Png in it. Plans and estimates will be sub i find it t00 far to walk to the Lake i ting rid of this tedious 10-minute 2 Heaters Aid music festival eliminations to be held four nights this week starting tuesday. Elimination contests next week will precede Racine to fourth annual civic music festival to be held aug. 7 at Washington Park according to Alfred r. Hilker chairman of the elimination committee. Two local Heaters the main Street and the venetian Are cooperating through their managers messes. Brown and Mckivett to make the contests Long remembered affairs. On tuesday and wednesday evening july 30 and 31, the main Street theater will House the vocal performances. On the opening evening la sopranos and seven Bass singers will vie for the distinction of representing Racine at the local and Chicago festivals. Boys warning them constantly likes whittling so Well that it Isno to not to get into trouble because a Job at All. He Isno to even Parley a Ohaven t any Mother and tubular Ray interested in promoting when a Man has his children to his exhibits from a financial stand take care of himself they have to Point being Happy enough if he be extra careful or the govern makes expenses. Men will put them ?� knows seven languages. But finally the vice situation in leisurely through the years he his neighbourhood and his anxiety has travelled from the Frozen Over his inability to keep careful wastes of the Northland Down in watch Over his a girl children to the heart of Africa. He has out weighed his fear of social seen the world. He has been Laud agencies and with great hesitation cd by european Royalty. He has and caution he went to the Cen won International contests yet he trial association. Help arrives. A Oit obvious that no civil works says. But Well enough to be under Job no City Relief Grant going stood. Strangely enough he to help David Miller to ?� a Learned English in China where he and have them contemplate with Central association worker pointed stayed with an american family. Out. A somebody that knows How i during the 4 2 years Nelson has Lias got to figure out in detail just been on the Road with his sex what the Best Way for or. Miller Hibit he never has used models. To keep his children and keep he has a Rich imagination gleaned them in safety. He loves them from natural instinct and from dearly and a Good father. Experiences in far countries. His a owe Are convinced that such an figures Are sincere and really unusually Fine relationship Between founding when one looks at the a Man and his children should be pla5n Jack knives which Nelson preserved at All costs. A Way will uses. Sometimes he finds Good a Tiv Joys. Quot it be found and some financial help steel in 25-< ent knives. He has a Ltd waiting everywhere. Must be Given also to supplement several knives some expensive and his earnings. This highly i divid 8ome picked up for a few cents. A lived kind of helping not w within the Field of the government. The Federal civil works program cannot help or. Miller to work out fitted with a proposal that it he financed a works Progress administration project to be financed by Federal funds. Authorization for the Survey was beaches routine twice a Day. Summed up popularity of Milwaukee county using the knowledge he had gained and City to pools attested by the vibratory action and electricity i daily visits of thousands of persons. Be invented an electrical device to especially on sundays and Holiday to Quot Bleb he attached a Toothbrush j Given following an a tsp cation of one her1 would be equally popular that cleaned his Teeth properly to Iii Milwaukee county and City Parks or Breivogel believes. It could two minutes instead of to. From last week by the planning commis be used for bathing and wading in i time to time be added More a Sion two members of the county to the summertime and for skating Plica tors until he had five More Paik con Mission and mayor a ii and ice boating in the face Scalp and body Mas i would turn thoughts to Hannier things let be la 4pby j d like to turn men to thoughts away from struggle and from strife. The Happy things of life. I like to Lead them Down the paths of nature to wonderland. Where Beauty. Ehver and peace of mind Are found on every hand. That life should boating i Sagers. The Power unit and appliances were patented. The Kluge manufacturing company to was formed with or. Kluge president m. J. D Elia Ieese Ark. mrs. Hgt Ric vice president and e. J. A Pool planned along lines Elizabeth Taylor 9 a a claimant Eberhardt Secretary treasurer. Ham j. Swoboda. Milwaukee county has swimming pools at Silver Spring and Greenfield Parks in the City and Sheridan Park Cudahy and the City of Milwaukee has one at Jackson a Mother of ozarks claims title at 96 without affectation. He Speaks Park seven languages not fluently to Sim car to or suggested by any of of the title of a oldest Mother in j manufacturing was started in the them coaids be built Here or. Brei the she the Mother. Basement of the Kluge residence Vogel says. Of seven children 35 grandchildren june this year and there a oif it weren to for the Contarina "0 great grandchildren and five already a big demand for the pro Tion by sewage Racine would have great great grandchildren. She duct. The company outgrown to better leaches than Milwaukee has always lived in the ozarks re present quarters and soon has a or. Breivogel until the past year was in Fine will have to Start looking for a a othere Are Only three Small Beach i health. I new location. Newsboys ready to sell tickets Henry t. Larsen circulation manager of the Jour Nal times announces that newsboys to starting monday will canvass the City Selling tickets for tile music festival scheduled for aug. 7, at Washington Park. Or. Larsen announces that following an annual custom newsboys will receive a percentage of their sales. The reserved seat Sale being conducted at the journal times office. Miss Edna Christensen has charge of the Patron list. By Jack Roberts the Penny collection Bug still buzzing strongly in Racine and several of the Small cent collectors have nearly completed their boards. That Means they have a majority of the 134 Small cents issued since the year 18 56, including 59 Indian head pennies through 1909 and 75 Lincoln pennies from 1909 to 1936. The collection craze has claimed residents in All classes and All vocations so sources of Supply Are limited. Everyone joins craze. Policemen Mai carriers preachers executives newsboys and Tho Man on the Street Are at it Hammer and tongs and no distance i too great to walk to get a Penny not in the collection. The writer still lacks two although he picked up a Fine Eagle of 1858 from one of the executives at the Western printing amp Lith graphing co. He had not looked Over his collection made years ago when he was a Railroad Man until he read the Story in last week to bulletin. Lieut. Arthur j. Muhlke also picked up this Eagle and an 187 6 Penny from a Man who read the bulletin Story and offered them to him. William tanking insurance agent finally has found the 1909 so do Penny to the scarcest one in the Lincoln set of 75. He looked Over nearly to 12,000 pennies before he got it and was so Happy to Over the find that he immediately phoned t re to cuff Nal times. Some of the Bank employees Are now to at it hard and Are looking Over fresh supplies in order to fill out their boards. The More there Are at it the harder it to fill out your set. Ready Market for coins. If persons who have old collections would go Over them they undoubtedly to would locate Many to pennies which we Tould find a read Market right Here at Home. Any of the Hobby to shop men would be glad to Tell them How much they Are Worth. Coins in these collections have been out of circulation and unavailable for years and Are much wanted now that the craze on in full swing. Thomas elder famous new York dealer in a recent Magazine article said there seems to be a real revival in the demand for Small cents. He cannot understand this but it largely due to the easy manner of displaying the coins on boards patented by a Neenah Man and now in the hands of local collectors. Intent i seems to me bring More happiness and f More satisfaction and it with every setting Sun it seems to me that we should find release from daily care. And spend More time where it in Joys Are waiting everywhere. And new Nursery school at Central association Fine place for Little tots to play learn in the i the me forget so Many things need and slave so Long to gain bring Only misery Ami Ess and bitterness and pain so Many things that fill our ii with Drudgery and toil Are such a foolish Price to a it for All tile fun they spoil and so i like to thoughts Oft. A i May to things that help them to the Bur a of i i like to guide their weary to Steps w Here friendliness and cheer will drive Dis it sir gement away. And bring near. P. I. H. Thurston ave Nice compliment paid to Racine Motorman dear editor Friday afternoon t w a example of real Courter believe worthy of meat interesting column. I was Riding Down to Street car Ami not iced in the Middle of tim wanted to catch Ute sire to Pirn to Page 7, t keeps exhibits clean. Some of the work very old and has required frequent cleaning. It must be clean for if it Anil comfortably. But the Central association can and ?� a Way to keep his children safely were not or if it were she lacked or painted those examining it might suspect there were joints where two pieces of Wood had been joined together. Instead each carved one piece fashion even though some of the pieces have mechanical features such whirling windmills and clowning puppets. He cleans his pieces with sandpaper keeping them to Ivory whiteness. When he travels he packs them in Wash cloths. Used a Whu a i or Veteran 91, receives civil year decoration Wheeling w. A. a Joseph Pyle 91. Bridgeport. Ohio Corporal in company to e. Second West Virginia Volunteer infantry during the civil War. Has Heel presented a medal he earned More than three score years ago. Pyle to honorable discharge medal Lay in the state Capitol at Charleston until the recent g. A. R. Encampment Here when it presented to him. The entertainment supplied by the theater will be featured by a picture a of lawyer Many with William Powell and a or. ?� choruses to compete. Two male choruses the midwestern directed by Harry James and the a. L. A. Under the Baton of Robert Qualheim will compete on wednesday evening july 31, at the Mai Street will the contralto soloists. Lionel Barrymore exciting picture a Omark of the Vampire Quot and the amusing Quot hard in Michigan legally. Furthermore. To handle with James Cagney Law in Michigan accords or. Skunk �?400�?t social rank Lansing m i c h. it h e Skunk no longer a Public enemy will Complete the program. Fourteen baritones will be Given an audition by the Public on thursday evening aug. I at the venetian theater. This the largest individual Competition and should prove very interesting to the audience. On Friday evening aug. 2, two to ladies to choruses the College choral singers under the direction of mrs. J. A. Jacobson and the Brahms choral club directed by mrs. T. F. Rehlender will compete he enjoys a respectable social racing one of the �?o400�?� in the animal kingdom so to speak. All this came to pass when gov. Frank i. Fitzgerald signed Tho general game Bill which takes Tho Meph itis Meph itis Skunk out of the a of vermin class and treats it any other species of fur bearing animal. Skunk now May be taken by sportsmen Only from november i to january 31, whereas in former years there was an open season All year. To further vindicate the Nuch for honors. Nine tenors will be m a sgt n e d Meph itis Meph itis heard in Competition. The picture studies by University of Michigan program will be featured by Bette turn to Page 12, column i stunt flier to be a feature on bathing Beauty program plans for today preliminary event in Racine 1955 bathing Beauty contest Hae been completed. North Beach h,.s been clean i. Its Are set up for spectators the Smittee announced. The event will be aun a concert by the f c. Job band. Directed by Fred Schulte Gilbert Jackson , who expect a to Lead a Sis inc airmen. It murals depict town history and Romance coi pm Bia. To. a the history of Columbia from the time indians roamed where College romances now flourish until the present Day depicted in murals recently painted on the City Conn the new Nursery school at Cen the Nursery established to through emphasis on cleanliness Cli room Walls. Trial association attracting attn meet the needs of children who Good food health habits and phys 1 he work a Kenneth e. Hud non. Open since july to it pro have no playground at Home for ical co ordination. It trains Intel son. Professor of Art in the uni Vides an excellent place for Chil children whose parents do not Lect ally through the use of Cor Missouri. The paintings Dren 4 to 6 years old to play and speak English for children who rect English in songs and stories. 13 rile picture by a journal times cameraman shows a group of tile children Iii the Central association Nursery school drinking their milk at lunchtime. At not dominantly predaceous that it does not kill chickens and pheasants and tha it does More Good Long useless Thistle than harm. Weed put to work i 1.1.euton, neb. Up a a new woman traces direct ,188 for Nebraska most useless link to Miles Standish crop russian thistles has been Armada Mich. a mrs. Discovered by acc drouth Relief Lydia Rupert can Trace her an and soil erosion Camps. Cestro directly to Miles Standish the Weed used a Susti and proudly exhibits a Pewter Teu tute for Straw to and Hay in con pot he brought Over on the May Striction of Brush and v. Ire dams Flower to prove it. Or checking Gulley erosion. A Oyes i am the eighth descend a report by h. H. Bennett chief ant of Miles Standish a Ernil of the soil erosion service shows mrs. Rupert. A Oas children we that the men gathered 650 loads were always told about him. A pow at 3 45, the Parade of Beauty verify o to Besin. The Competition will be Quot express the development of the learn in the morning hours from need social adjustment or who it teaches observation Noncen followed by band selections and particular social and economic 9 until 11 30. Have emotional problems. Traction attention intelligent Obedi 4 30 judges Are to announce culture pertinent to mid Western the children limited to 25 in the Central association visitors ence and orderly habits. It builds air decisions. ?� number have an indoor room and in the family welfare department character by developing self con thistles and stacked them for tor Teapot he brought Over on Thoyl Toung women still May enter the one of the More interesting of Nursery with a piano to be used for and miss Larson the nurse keep tool. Contest. Entries will close Satur the murals pictures the building group singing. The Nursery Alay in close Contact with the Homes of miss Sena Borger supervisor d wit i Day noon it was announced. J of the old Plank Road from co has a place on the porch and on these children so that mothers May mrs. Lee t. Stibick director and such dams erosion n m a v Gil in Jackson famous through Lumbia to the Missouri River. The spacious playground. In Lude feel free to come and talk Over mrs. Carl hand and miss Martina been furthered by use on the Brush and wire dams. Mayflower has been carefully in addition to construction of saved being handed Down to the control has oldest in the family from one Gen planting of ration to ?� out the Midwest a stunt flier v. A tii or inverted flying slow Rolls. Snap i Oli. Loops spins. Ummelmann to perform stunts for the and other aerobatics. Prominent in the group the in the program Are activities in Tho their problems. Nielsen alternating assistants. The 150.000 Trees and shrubs first of mrs. Rupert has had the Tea pot laying of the Cornerstone for the san pile doll games storms poems. The Nursery school socialize children Are supervised at All times 1.750.000 Trees and shrubs to be for 17 years it being Given to her first of diversity of Missouri build Mush. Rest period hard Era it or it hot ooh tee Afi co on during their slav in the Nursery planted in the Plum Creek Drain when he grandmother or. Mary in. Onati nation and More Garnet. A ration. It educates physically and on the Pla ground. Age area. Etta Standish Hulbert died

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