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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 02, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Fourth Racine journal times sunday bulletin june 2, 1935. Considers Jap Good customer Racine exporter scoffs at underselling fears of americans. Shall we be alarmed because Japan has entered goods into the United states to undersell local products no says s. S. Brill one of the i Tion so buy a Brill declared. Labor cheap. In Japan labor is very cheap. He explained. With 65., people living in an area the size of an average state in this country. Competition for jobs is keen. The labourer averages about $1.50-12.00 a week. He who receives 50 cents a Day is considered Well paid. Houses Are Small and have the most frugal furnishings. In a Bare room with Only a Bamboo Rug seven or eight and perhaps More. I japanese will take a Blanket each and lie Down to sleep. Their wants Are few and their earnings go much further than in less dense in populated countries. This Situa i j non was to be found in the in j tenth anniversary of Camp plan festivities throughout summer outstanding Export men in this part of the country. Interviewed at the Hartmann trunk company where he conducts its Export department in addition to his work with the it hic ago rubber clot their Hazard from earthquakes. Tenor. In the cosmopolitan cities the buildings Are finely constructed and have All the modern touches. There Are no skyscrapers. They Are prohibited because of my company and other concerns. Or. Brill just recently returned from several months in Japan contends that a business is ?� Here is a significant thing he says. Japan is one of the Best customers of the United states. I ast year for instance we imported $119,000,000 in goods from Japan. But we sold to Japan far More than that in fact $270,000,-000 Good imitators. Japanese Are chiefly Imi Lii Cotton Japan is the consumer. Most important Cotton consuming country and 62 percent of the Cotton used by Japan is bought from the United states. In fact it forms 45 percent of the bulk sent out from the United states according to the foreign trades counsel. Also 75 per cent of our Sera Iron is sold to Japan. We of course Are Japan s Best customer in raw Silks. From 90 to 92 per cent of the raw Silks used Here Are Japan to product. Must hate Competition. Or. Brill says Competition is necessary in any business. The a japanese manufactured products on local markets Are not a menace but Only natural rivalry. He Points out that throughout the Orient one May sit in a Barber chair made in Chicago and be clipped with clippers made in Racine. At All Points. American products Arn in evidence and Many of these Are directly from Racine. A oif we want to sell. We must Al i the tutors in manufacturing As in other matters. Or. Brill not Long ago addressing the pan Pacific � club in that country similar to rotary Here warned them of the dangers of manufacturing inferior goods that would sell but would not retain customers. While his avowed attitude was considered i very daring at the time he was later sought out by High officials of the japanese government congratulated for his Frank stand and asked to elaborate on his original statement. Or. Brill is confident that the Export business is a vastly important Factor in International relationships and is greatly interested in the foreign relationship policy of the United states government. He was recently quoted in a Chicago newspaper As saying a International relations in the Pacific Are As Complex As those of Europe and Call for Clear thinking and firm handling at ?t women come second. Women rate Only second in japanese households. Or. Brill said in commenting upon generalities. A oif there Are to sons in the family and Only one daughter the daughter must wait until All the boys Are seated before she May be seated herself. The men walk first enter cars first and generally receive first consideration. This would never do for the american woman a he said. Corner. 25 feet High. This Structure started last year will be completed before the close of Camp and dedicated As a part of the campy to anniversary program. The tenth anniversary of the Racine y. M. C. A. Camp which opens on monday june 17th, will be a significant one of the boys of Racine. Already the enrolment of the Camp far exceeds that of any previous year at this Date. Parents and boys interested in Camp anon Jig May secure literature and More information at the y. M. C. A. My favorite recipe herein bulletin housewives Exchange recipes. Weddings scalloped Leeks eighteen Leeks three Tablespoons butter one half cup soup Stock bread crumbs Salt and Pepper to taste Wash the Leeks thoroughly and Cut off nearly All of the Green stems leaving the vegetable Only about four inches Long. Let these stand in cold water for half an hour or longer. Drain and Cook in boiling water until tender. Melt two it Tablespoons of butter in a Skillet. I add the drained cooked Leeks and simmer gently for ave minutes. Add the soup Stock and Cook until near i Lyall of the liquid has evaporated. I then remove the Leeks to a Flat buttered baking dish. Cover with the remaining Stock. Sprinkle with sifted bread crumbs and Dot with the rest of the butter then Brown in a hot oven. This is just the 1 thing for the present time. Mrs. G l. Behl. Miss Hazel Reardon 1828 Howe Street and Arthur g. Spillum 331 Park View at Waukegan 111., May 23. Miss Ethel Laura to. Mii Wau stuffed flank Steak Kee. And Herbert Harry Martins i Striect a Good sized flank Steak 2416 St. Clair Street in Racine wipe with a Damp cloth and Spring May 25. I with Salt and Pepper. Mix one miss Grace m. Devries Franks baked chocolate pudding Quot one cup sifted flour three fourths cup sugar one half Teaspoon Salt one and one half Tablespoon Cocoa two Teaspoons baking powder one Teaspoon Vanilla one half cup milk two Tablespoons melted butter one half cup nut meats sift dry ingredients and add the nut meats Vanilla milk and melted butter. Pour into a baking dish and cover with the following one half cup White sugar one half cup brow n sugar four level Tablespoons Cocoa and pour one cup water Over All. Bake one hour in a moderate oven. A chocolate sauce forms in the Bottom of the dish and cake on top. Serve hot. Mrs. Henry Kanetzke cup of soft bread crumbs with one Teaspoon of Salt two Tablespoons much credit Given late Chester Beach for part in work. Radio flashes from Paris a a a a a a Roq Pignole permanent .95 coiffure trends picture tent by Rodio from Torii indicate that i. Stir length Are aborted Earls crisper. S. Effects practical but amusing. S. Nit a ral. Sculptural loops replace tight carts. I permanent softer yet More necessary than Eyer. The heart of a Man who loved boys and was eager to help build i them to clean Stalwart manhood is j buried deep in the Sands on Little i Lake Elkhart. Chester Beach who passed away in March 1934, spent Many hours of his time in the search for a suitable Camp site for the boys of the Racine y. M. C. A., a search which extended Over several years and finally resulted Iii the discovery of a Beautiful Loca i Tion amid wild surroundings on a Lake a mile Long and a half mile wide with an irregular heavily wooded Shore line and containing an Island. 85 Miles from Racine and four Miles from Plymouth. Wis. This led to the founding of Camp anon Jig in the Spring of 1926 on this site. In june 1926, the Camp site consisted of nothing but a Small Sandy j Beach and Woods quite dense and tangled fortunately not fire-3\vept i for a considerable period of years. Then in a single Day 18 business and professional men from the a i rom funds raised by Community j Cine Optimist club drove up there efforts. Among these being the and before Nightfall had built the International carnival headed each j Lodge which has served the Camp year by George t. Colman and in a so adequately for ten years As a j which the various National Socie the late Chester Beach. Fine a Camp site As May be found anywhere in the Section. The site was presented formally by rotary through its president William Giese. To the y. M. C. A. The service of the Camp has steadily expanded during these ten years. Boys from Well to do Homes have profited by their camping at anon Jig needy boys whose parents could not afford to pay All their expenses have been sent by organizations and individuals As Well As Wear oar hair As Tou will it will be love Lier More Fiat easier to care for than Tea Ever dreamed possible a of Tou have this can oui nolo permanent. To licensed oper jars Finger wave completely dried c f infer w Ware any permanent Sci Oil shampoo she 35c�?"marcel�?"3>e ?"rinse�?"15c Esco hair cite a pc Zvy a Aniol ?"3.%e it Rush am Pool is �?�5c�?"eyebrow ?"55# Syfel � a a. It Standard wave regular $3.00 value Paris if. $1.95 Hollywood a Opu Sll up $2.50 Stewart Sheldon .$3.50 Al Volta Marie .$6.50 Camp mess Hall. Beach draws plans. The plans had been drawn under Chet Beach to guidance and the logs Hen in readiness by Uncle Adolph Gillund. Not satisfied with this Fine contribution of men and time in the erection of the Lodge the Optimist club saw the Camp off to a splendid Start by financing the sending it 82 boys during this i first summer. The moving spirit whose Zeal in the service of Racine boys would Brook no obstacle toward these curing of proper summer recreation for them was Raymond Vance. One Hundred and eighty nine Racine boys camped at anon Jig the first year. Since that first season the Camp has steadily grown until ties have participated the american legion indoor circus and the sport festival of last year headed by miss Fidelis Rawson. Many groups attend Camp. Boys clubs Church groups and even groups of boys from the fond do Lac. And Green Bay v. M. C. A., As Well As a few boys from Plymouth and Kohler have taken advantage of Camp anon Jig. Adults have been increasingly making use of the Camp equipment during the Spring summer and fall Many of them being former campers. Handsome tinted photograph of Chester Beach in life size proportion. This room will serve As overnight sleeping quarters for Spring and fall groups at the Camp. In addition the building will provide four More rooms now greatly needed to Aid in the Camp administration a Hospital room 6x8 feet a Camp directory to office 6x10 feet i the program directory to office 5x6 j feet a store room and Library 5x6 j feet and the trading Post 6x9 feet j which Many of the boys consider the most important spot in the Camp precincts especially during their first spell away from Home As it will Harbor also the Post office Bank refreshment counter and souvenir stand. Plau festivities. Throughout the summer a series of festivities will be scheduled to take place week ends. Anon Jig has been named the official Camp of the american legion for the state of Wisconsin again this year. The fourth period from july is to july 27, will be taken Over by the american legion. The Camp staff will be made up of legionnaires and various state officials will be guests of the Camp during the period. The Marsobian troubadours in their native croatian costumes will be at the Camp for a concert one w Eek end. One Day has already been set aside As a danish Day at the Camp when a danish Flag will be presented to the Camp by the danish residents of Racine. Several other musical. ,. I dripping one Tablespoon chopped Ville and Axel a. Rasmussen 1905 Parsley one Tablespoon minced Oak Street May 25. Onion one Tablespoon peppers. Add one beaten egg miss Jane Margaret Andersen and enough water to moisten. 1519 Boyd Avenue and Andrew k. Sly tread in the Steak Roll up and tie securely Sprinkle with Salt and i Eterson 11.1 Lewis Street May dredge with flour. Melt four Tablespoons of drippings in a deep Bak miss Mary vibes. 1625 Holmes Avenue and Curtis h. Christensen route 3, Box 115. May 25. Miss Dorothy i. Anderson 3017 Wright Avenue and Paul Nelson 2609 Arlington Avenue May 25. Miss Marion Dvorak 1925 Howe Street and Floyd Zywicke 1700 Villa Street May 25. Miss Audrey Simpson. 3750 Douglas Avenue and Sherman vill Man 530 Harvey drive at Waukegan May 2. Miss Evelyn Kropp 1429 Racine Street and Lamont Markson 1616 Erie Street May 29. Miss Edel Jorgensen 311 Luedtke Avenue and Richard Colt 3223 North main Street. May 4. Ing pan and Brown the meat Quick in on All sides. Reduce the heat and Cook for fifteen minutes. Then put in six or eight peeled potatoes. Cover and Cook in amp moderate oven 350 degrees for about two hours. Very Good. Mrs. Henry Kun j Ellis. Health bran bread yeast deaths �?t3. Norway 58. 625 Mark Anderson. Hill. May 24. Mrs. Bertha Klopfer. Grove Avenue. May 24. Mike hanenian 38, 950 Geneva Street at Wales. Wis., May 22. Alex Bako co 1218 Frederick Street. May 25. Mrs. S. L. Underhill 75, Alberton Mont. May 21. Denny Nelson 39. 1733 Edgewood Avenue. May 24. Mrs. Rosaline Heuer formerly of Racine in Milwaukee. May 24. Mrs. Martha m. Bowles. 90, Union Grove May 27. Jacquetta b. Barr 73. 2401 Washington Avenue. May 28. I Edward o. Goetz. 75, 1526 be groups. I Neva Street. May 29. One cake compressed one pint skim milk one cup water one Tablespoon Salt two Tablespoons Brown sugar or molasses one heaping Tablespoon lard one cup raisins if desired five cups bran health flour heat milk and water. Add Salt sugar and lard of too hot Cool until lukewarm. Add yeast raisins bran and some flour. Mix with spoon until quite stiff adding More flour. Then knead with hands. Place in a warm place to Rise one and one half to two hours. Place in pans raise one hour More. Bake one hour 375 or 490 degrees lowering temperature at end if too hot. A Good Way to keep dough warm and out of draught is to place it in a slightly heated oven to Rise. S. M. A. Prune squares one cup whole prunes washed and soaked three hours to soften three eggs separated one cup flour one cup sugar one Teaspoon baking powder one half Teaspoon Salt three fourths cup chopped walnuts or pecans Cut the washed softened prunes into Fine pieces. Beat the egg Yolks and mix with the sugar. Fold in the stiffly beaten Whites alternately with the sifted flour baking powder and Salt. Stir in the prunes and nuts and turn into a greased shallow pan. Bake in a moderate oven 350 degrees f. For one half hour. Turn out and Cut in two and one half Inch squares. When Cool dust with confectioners sugar Hildegarde Kinsman. Pineapple cold pack slice pineapple thin Peel and remove the eyes. When the flesh is. Firm Cut into Small cubes or remo Xet the Core and slice of the texture is too soft shred from the Core using a Silver Fork rather than a knife. Pack cold into hot Jar it. Fill with a thin syrup made with one part sugar to one part water. I partly Seal and process for thirty i minutes in a hot water Bath. Re move from canner and Seal imme i Aticy. Pineapple open Kettle prepare pineapple same As for cold pack Canning. Make a thin syrup using part sugar to one part water. Drop prepared fruit into the boiling syrup boil gently until pineapple is Clear about 25 minutes. Rack into hot jars fill to overflowing with boiling syrup Ami Seal immediately. In making crushed pineapple run through food chopper using a coarse knife. Mrs. J. Peterson. Pineapple Betty one half of medium pineapple one cup stale cake crumbs two Tablespoons butter three fourths cup boiling w afer j first one fourth cup sugar Cut the pineapple in Inch slices and Peel. Boil sugar and water for five minutes. Add pineapple and Cook until tender. Butter a baking pan. Cover with cake crumbs then a layer of pineapple drained from the juice. Dot with butter and add another layer of crumbs and pineapple. Have crumbs for top layer. Pour pineapple juice Over and bake about 45 minutes in a moderate oven. Serve with hard sauce. M. R. Skog. A request has cake fillings. Been made for organizations and speakers will be i in charge of special programs. Another feature of the tenth anniversary Celebration is to be the dedication of the new boat House now under construction by a group of business and professional Young men. Of whom l. G. Anisel is the guiding spirit architect and chief Engineer. Ready by close of Camp. This Structure is novel and distinctive. Located at the water to Gold in petrified Wood Fallon. Nev. A a Black petrified Wood containing Gold has been found near Here. Cyc Cox reported that Many petrified logs have been ground in mortars and the Gold extracted. Approximately 40 sacks of the ground Wood have yielded Gold. He claimed. First death in 54 years Norwalk ?" a tim death in her family in 54 years occurred when mrs. Of Tell la Vigne died Here at 74. She was Mother of 12, had 35 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. I Tiro non f heavenly hash four egg Yolks beaten Light one half cup Sweet Cream one fourth cup sugar boil till thick in double boiler. Then Cool. Whip one half pint Cream add one Pound marshmallows juice of one Lemon one Large can pineapple 25c Worth of pecans add to the above custard. Mix All together. Let stand Over night in refrigerator and serve on lettuce Leaf. June Nelson. Funeral Home 803 main St. Telephone Wjk. 232 the a Loncle Adolph Gillund Edge it is in the form of a Minia Knighthood Lodge located a Short distance from the Center of the Camp has added to the Camp equipment and has filled a real Ture Light House. Built entirely of Stone it will be 24x20 feet in size with a Lighthouse Tower on one the Camp enrolment reached 654 As need. This Cabin was made Possi ?"facials�?"tl.lw a Eugene crop Pignole Adlene permanent wave shop 4m main St. Phone Jackson Csizi with or without appointments open toes. And Fri. Evenings the Peak year. Equipment has j been steadily added until today although the Camp still needs More to make it a Model Camp the Camp 1 i offers camping facilities that equal. I if not surpass Many High priced i prix ate Camps. Rotary buys land. For the first few years the land on which the Camp was situated was rented from its owner. M. J. Hecker. Then it was that the Racine rotary club came to the front and purchased 40 acres of land and possible the ownership of As ixo3 years to pay for modernizing your Home now modernize your heating Plant and pay for it a Otile East ?� now the Mueller Milwaukee finance company. Working in co operation with in f ederal housing administration offers you Loans for new Mueller heating a re air conditioning equipment. Every employed Home owner May apply for a loan under this new plan. No red tape. No tricks. No excessive interest charges. There k Money to loan for Toi on easy Terne of one to three year to pay. The Mohr Jones hardware company is now in a a sit Ion to receive application for these Loans. You Are Welcome to visit our display of Mueller heating and air conditioning equipment. Ask us for details about the Mueller a ii Waukee finance plan. Modernize now illustration below Hows the Mueller Square it a Sod full front Furnace with the Mueller Cli Mator i fan and filter air conditioning unit attached. Mohr Iones Furnace and Sheet Metal depth Lith and St. Paul track phone Jackson 192 Hie through the interests of Frank Kranick in the Camp. Dozens of Racine men. Interest de in boys and qualified for boy leadership give their time and self As leaders and Counselor at the Camp each year. It is especially appropriate that the Celebration of Camp anon Jig s tenth anniversary should be made the occasion for the dedication of a fitting memorial to a of Heth Beach who hallowed this ground by his Devotion. A of Heth believed in the out of door life or boys. His concern for the welfare of the campers was Well illustrated one morning when after a severe wind storm. Beach was there before the Camp was awake having driven up from Racine to find whether tents had been blown away or equipment damaged. Served As director. Or. Beach served a number of years As a director of the Racine y. M. C. A. And if in town never missed a Board meeting. He was a member of the boys committee and while particularly interested in boys he believed in the Fine pro Gram of the association As it affected the life of men and boys. The Chester Beach memorial is to be a simple one befitting the life which he led a Cabin built of rough logs symbolic of Wisconsin to forests where he loved to Hunt and fish. Its dimensions will be 18x24 feet Over All. With porches on two sides overlooking the Lake where visitors May sit to enjoy the water sports. Inside the Cabin will offer a variety of facilities a Large lounging and guest room 12x is feet with fire place carrying a super suction Furnace cleaning Low Cost k made possible by a new perfect machine that does quicker and easier work. Get the prices from As w. G. Eberhardt furnaces air conditioning Quality Sheet Metal works 1653 North main St. Shop Jark. 4x11 a Home Jack. 6155 booklets booklets that Tell a convincing Story and create an attractive impression Are our specially. Prices Are reasonable. Schowalter sons co. A Copper a a a a Printer engravers 207-200 state St main St. Proaper 1039 Prospect list Schroeder furniture shop for 30 years at 1313 Villa St. Jackson 2704 a Fine custom upholstering refinishing repairing expert advice furniture restyled remodeler recovered Springs mattresses the apostle St. Paul tells us All in his Chain letter of 2 thessalonians 3 to the one verse to 11, 12, 14 Quot for even when we were with you this we commanded you that if any would not work neither should he eat. For we hear that there Are some which walk among you disorderly working not at All but Are busybodies. Now them that Are such we command and exhort by our lord Jesus Christ that with quietness they work and eat their own bread. And if any Man obey not our word by this epistle note that Man and Hove no company with him that he May be ashamed. It to the other Kerse 13 but be Brethren be not weary in Well doing scripture teaches the Christian its duty Over the poor and needy As the poor Are mentioned Over 200 times the widows to the fatherless 40 and the needy 39 times also that the state has a duty to relieve the wants of the poor end needy As in psalm. 82. The time will come when the former will not receive of the latter Are entitled to receive Quot Otto g. Liebenow Guernsey milk. Pasteurized it. O whipping Cream 40 Buttermilk. <141# gallon Isar Guernsey Cream butter a the Best or or. L. Buhler farm Milano Bond near Meadowbrook Golf coarse bring tear own milk containers phone Jackson 7022�?"we Call for and deliver to your Home. World gleaners and dyers 510 sixth St. Jackson 7022 i Choice lots tor Sale Graceland 01 Mound cemetery take advantage of the service we Ore Ohie to give you in either of Racine s Beautiful cemeteries. Flower vases filled and watered. Graves and Flower Beds planted and stereo. A general it in. Landscape cemetery with perpetual care included on All lots bought now Why not take advantage of the Opportunity to Purchase lots in either of a a me s Beautiful cemeteries the cemetery commission through its efforts under the supervision of Leroy Jerstad the superintendent has made these the outstanding cemeteries in the country. Lots can be purchased in either cemetery under the following plan Small Down payment balance monthly lot owners attention the people who now own lots in Mound cemetery without perpetual care can secure this Taro for a nominal Cost. For full information Call superintendent s office. Mound cemetery

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