Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
9 Jun 1935

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9 Jun 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 09, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Racine Public opinion in action Tex Reynolds induces passers by to talk these pictures show Tex Reynolds journal times placed on the sidewalk and Reynolds interviews passersby j of mail since it was inaugurated Early in february of thursday from in front of the Nemode shop on main columnist in the act of conducting his daily radio Fea Jon questions of current interest submitted by the Public this year. On monday the program is broadcast from Street. Tex does no to mind crowds. He to a used ??� so lure a opinions of the passerby a Over station Wren. Scores of questions Are received daily by the columnist the Uptown Section on tuesday wednesday Friday if you want to watch him put on the broadcast he won to each Day except sunday at i p. Rn., a microphone is and the feature has broken All station records for volume land saturday from in front of hotel Racine and on object. Tex Reynolds and or. Mildred Hughes should children be required to co to school until they Are is years of ape mrs Mildred Hughes 2123 Geneva Street thinks this � would have the double value of keeping them off the streets and giving them a Good education. Howard Ahi Walter Jensen Oscar West Petal mrs. Jeanette Erdly David Nissen de Hall iou no i a times photo Phil Phippes Howard Ahi sir High Avreet says he has a boy of his own and will insist upon his going to school until he is in. Walter Jensen 1139 Center Street regards favourably the Law that requires children to attend school until they Are in in order to get a Good education. Oscar West Petal new Orleans. he considers it a very Good Law and one of which people should take advantage. They do not have such a Law in Louisiana he claims. Mrs Jeanette Erdly 50<1 College Avenue says it is Best that children attend school until in in order to it a Good education. David Nissen of Kenosha Points out the advantage of an education for getting a Job. De Hall says he favors such a plan if a Law would make it possible for children to make a living while attending school Phil pm pipes. 1301 Douglas Avenue save he favors such a Law because children have nothing else to do except to go to school to get an education. What our readers have to say. Isi will be Psi fee7 any com Rel 1 sed f in this column Ujj sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5-no. 8. Racine wis., sunday june 9, 1935. Circulation 19,500 keep clothesline High off ground plea dear editor they say three times and out. My husband is a Milkman and Bas had the bad Luck of running into a clothesline twice. He was Cut just above the eyebrows the first time and across the Bridge of the nose the second time. If people must leave the line out Over night Why can t they put it up High enough so a Man five feet ten inches won t injure himself a Milkman Hasnett time to look around everyone s Back Yard for a clothesline and some of the time they Start to deliver when it s still car in. Hoping this gets in the bulletin so the readers will be More careful. Thank you for the bulletin. Vil i Hayes ave selfish Driver Public menace says sheriff transient Home gets three fastidious guests Marion of up a director j. W. Eichelberger of the Marion county transients Horn believes he has had the oddest request of the season. Director Eichelberger reported a boy campers under Eye of health chief californian and his wife end lists one eved Gar As three year old baby stopped at the personal inspections at big Hazard. Favors a Speed Law. By Henry j. Steketee what is the greatest menace to traffic on the highways it is the automobile Driver who has no regard for the rights of the other fellow including g the Drunken transient Home. The Man demanded two Good rooms storage room for his automobile and poached eggs. Toast Coffee and milk for breakfast. The family was assigned to one transient hotel room and for anon Jig Chi Kagami supplement code. Whistles will announce opening of National Railroad week in this Section monday morning husky throated factory whistles Road company c. P. Henn. Local preparations went Forward which. Soo to participate 111 col and baritone blasts from passing agent of that line and Charles it Promise of insured that this locomotives on the Chicago. Mil Ramsey local agent of the St. City will present As colourful and girls of y. W. Making plans for Gypsy Day Soldier boy Quot praised for rescuing child dear editor. The other Day we happened to he priv a the Needer and the slow Riding through West Racine. The Driver in the opinion of sheriff traffic was very heavy and in the Fred Ren Nert w to offered Coni Middle of the Street stood a tiny 1 a itch Chen Quot no Onercin com tot i should judge about three or men or on the subject in View of our years old. Trying to reach the. , psf it other Side of the Street. Cars were or an use killing fast from both directions i ways by motorists. End it seemed almost impossible for the Little fellow to Cross the test of beginning next. Turd a the Street alone. On the Corner expected there will be greater use stood a Veteran Selling a a Soldier,., ,. Boys Quot to a few kids. He looked up. A a la thoroughfares of the county suddenly leaving the kids standing and the sheriff is anxious to see ?,?� r�1 �?? x to rave arte a of a. Pok youngster. Some Mother can he Hie. Thankful to the a Soldier boy Quot for rescuing her boy. Be. Atis. Pm almost j 1 person w to drives Only 20 sure that the Little lad would never Miles an hour although probably have crossed the Street without Waukee St. Paul a Pacific and Paul Road Are co operating to Chicago amp North Western Railroad make their and of the Celebration impressive a program As Possi at 8 Oclock monday morning will a successful one. Or. Carnell has Hie in observation of the week formally announce the opening of a ranged to have presidents of All the vacation season soon will he National Railroad week in this local organizations civic Frater Section. The week will he observed Nal and religious explain the and Worful event Here Ivett saturday. By John d. Roberts Racine is to he treated to a a Al of the High it is getting Hurt. A grownup had All he could do to get across the Busy Street safely. Three cheers for the a Soldier ?� we enjoy the sunday bulletin very much. M. F. Haven ave protests proposed tavern age limit dear editor t like the shoppers to bulletin very much and watch for it every valday morning. I d like to see my pet Peeve in it. There is some sort of a society of women who Are trying to exclude persons under 21 from working or. Such Drivers. Entering a tavern. I am a musician and in to not 21 years old a t. If i not aware of it. Is causing danger to other motorists sheriff explained. Checking i p lights. The Motorist who disregards the Black Center line especially when traffic is approaching likewise is a Road Hazard. In line with those already mentioned is the Motorist who drives with Only one headlight burning. The latter condition is to he rectified speedily the sheriff pointed out. Deputies have been notified to Check up on All breakfast the menu was Oatmeal attracting hundreds to Camps and generally from june to to june dances in railroading to resorts in the state. More persons resides the two roads men members. Are spending a portion of their honed the North Shore electric Honor Iron horse. Summers in the open than at any 1 an i the Elway express company or. Ramsey says a a Railroad. A a a a _ Are participating in the Campaign conscious Quot spirit More p r o time in the history of the state. Be. ,.,.the object of which is to acquaint pounced than anything of the cause of this the slate boat of Public with epochal in proc kind in Many years is sen in the health is making a thorough Effort ments introduced by Western rail enthusiasm with w he h local Lead to insure sanitation in such during the past year. Era Are getting behind the plans _ co operating with the state George w. T Arnell travelling for making Railroad week a Mem Hoard Are the local health depart agent of the North Western rail Ora bus affair. In the meantime. Extra service Sci la it la Lac l including Aames. I. I. F. Thompson City health commissioner has two Large Camps under his jurisdiction the y. . A. Camp at i ittle Elk att and the Roy scout Camp at Norton an additional news broadcast Ake. Before a boy is permitted which in expected to a to try it the to a Quot and Ltd i hot r of he Camp prunes bread butter and Coffee. Wren to give added news by station for 6 p. M. Sunday. Or. Ramsey Savi the Quot Iron horse Quot has played a colourful part is by Day next saturday when the a heir a winning of the West and the i younger girls of til City provide epic drama of the wrest s Elevation j the gala atmosphere As they a from a wilderness to the highest Hight their own hearts and imaginations with a Day filled w Ith exp a Camp Chi Kagami to open for boy scouts on june 23 maximum number of listeners has must Pas a physical examination at the health commissioner s office n scheduled by Wren for each i fac it it. Sunday at 6. P. In. Through these or. Thompson explained that sunday evening broadcasts listen Tbs a keep boys who May he coming Down with communicable the Rule under which the Force did t have a Job in an orchestra has been operating is to Stop the j d have to live on the Relief Roll t. Only. How could nay parents or Driver on whose cars Only one other parents of musicians afford to a Light is turn no can Pis attention keel us in clothes and with food. After spending hundreds of dollars the discrepancy and Lead him just to make us musicians then we to a filling station to obtain a new cant work until we Are 21? of i did t have this Job in a tavern i Bult. The Deputy takes the License would t have any. It is the same number for future reference. For in Many other cases of a Law is. Made to keep persons tinder 21 out. Second offence the Driver i taken there will be More on the Relief into court. The sheriff insists Roll. Of these ladies of that society Drivers must be sure both head done to want their children in a Tav lights Are burning pm Why can t Thev keep them out my opinion in i think if a Young t11 lights also must be burning. Ers Are to hear important news of the Day and weekend. Included in the local news which will be broadcast will be reports from hic police department from the sheriff s office the coast guard station and the fire department. Complete baseball scores both local and National will be included in the items broadcast. Diseases front endangering others and also to provide data for Camp directors on the physical fitness of their charges. Some boys arc found with weak hearts and the directors Are advised not to allow them to exert themselves or go into Waler which is too cold or too deep. Lamps Are splendid. Besides this service. Or. Thompson personally inspects the Camps to save loin pan Ion several times during the season to boys defy tradition Leupp n. ?".r a three full Unks. They d see what it does and Kep away from liquors. Any Sal l that in his opinion this is not Way i did. In hat Are the rest of you i so serious As to have Only one of Young musicians going to do about thit Arentt you going to have your tile headlights in operation. When say in such a position As we re in a lust think of All the Money your i Art its spent to make y of a musician. I d like to hear from you. N. S. T Boyd ave sees no harm in tavern entertainment dear editor would like to thank h m of Howe St. For the remarks Abc t Hie weak minded men going to taverns to see these dancers perform. My i wife and i go occasionally and i have noticed As Many women in these taverns a men and they Are More interested than most of the Nim. And i for one and to see any harm in going there m having their pictures in the windows. I have the first time to be a nude picture in the window yet furthermore we had a show in Quot Racine not so Long Ato called this nude world and the Paster were All Ever and they were nude and i a a Beve Drivers Rush past such Sec didst hear Many complaints about Bons although danger signals Are Esther. Hoping for the Long life of the Quot workmen Are endanger determine if sanitation conditions blooded Navajo boys defied the Are acceptable if the water Supply dread hindi spirits to save theirs and acute and if other Friend from death. When Reid rul8 of a Board ring Briggs a student at the Navajo Bee Ltd. Reservation school Here was Mccarthy City chemist caught in the treacherous Quick analyses the drinking water to de the sheriff declared although he Sand a of the six a Colorado River Ermine whether it is pure. Rigid his three schoolmates came to his inspections have shown that Camp Rescue. At the risk of their own anon Jig at Elkhart and lives they dragged him to a Sand Camp Chi Kagami at Norton Lake a car is approaching with Only one Par Briggs had been submerged Are among the safest in the state. Light illuminated a Driver some times has a Heck of a time to figure nut whether it is an Auto or a motorcycle Quot the sheriff said. Favors a skhh1 Law. Sheriff Reichert is Strong for a Speed Law. Quot regardless of whether the limit placed at 50. 55 or to Miles there ought to be a definite Speed for Over five minutes. Despite the from a health and sanitation View Navajo fear of death and the Point according to or. Thompson. Hindi spirits and the superstition Wisconsin has three health codes which tells of a horrible Fate for which were adopted in 1933 cover those who approach one who has tog group life in Rural areas. The drowned they worked Over him Are the tourist Camp code the using artificial respiration. Industrial Camp code and the acc Eugene fit boys advisor at the Camp � ode. In addition the Hoard school heard of their Effort to re has dra ted sanitary provisions Vive Briggs. He found that Briggs regulating recreational Camps. These civilized plane in the world within a few decades. The essential purpose of the week however is to concentrate Public interest on the tremendous in prove cents i which have been made in rail service on the Western lines. It is the opinion of Many mechanical i experts that greater Progress has been made within a Given period by these systems than by any other form of transportation. Speed is inc Reid a eel. Quot in the matter of increased said or. Ramsey Quot West adventuring. Gypsy Day will be the occasion for the younger go Tolx of the girl Reserve movement an i the Junior members of the Young women s Christian association to make their first frolicking Bow to Thrity. Well Over Sou of the younger girls Are Hunting Bright coloured scarfs and ribbons loading up on beads and flashy ornaments finding or making full skirts and excitedly putting together a til of the Many accessories of a Gypsy costume am at the same time it a in lines have recently made j hoping for a Bright sunshiny Day transportation history. Diesel driven Stream line trains and steam operated Standard trams have rut Down the running time Between important Points to a stage where the problem now is one of accommodating would be passengers instead of one of attracting patronage. These new Era lightning runs beneficial especially to hurried business men Are forerunners of other fast schedules to be inaugurated eventually throughout the Western Railroad next saturday along with a return of summer for. In addition to the i exciting anticipation of planning for the trails to the rendezvous t spot at i Jervis Field the picnic the Gypsy rings songs games and stunts dear to the heart of every girl there is much of mystery and adventure and dressing up. Ingenuity counts. Each note Meier of a girl be carve group in the City is invited to participate on Gypsy Day in costume and is privileged to bring a Friend local rail officials Sav that As her guest also to come in Coe along with speedier transit the fume. The most fun about the Western roads Are maintaining costumes is that expensive Rente i a scene at nor ton s . A be said. Quot then enforcing i returning to consciousness l largely the provisions of Libers will know exactly what is carried him across the River and codes Are identical. Ole pro Mono strict. They regulate the location of von i c in in a tilts i i Ca 1�?o its Ca _ pay no the eighteenth season at Camp Chi Kagami begins two weeks from today. Hundreds of Racine county scout Aie looking Forward to spending a week or two at scout their record for safety and dependability. Installation of automatic Block signals heavy steel rails solid ballasted roadbed and steel cars insure maximum safety. Another Forward step has been accomplished in the introduction of air conditioning. Cars Are Cool in summer and warm in Winter. The filtered air is odourless clean and free from dust. Windows ventilators and All the usual openings Are sealed against outside sound. Racine to in a of id Paic. Quot we believe that the citizens of rating should realize More thoroughly than Ever before that such railroads and electric lines As the fume. t hic ago Milwaukee. St. Baul a Fop More to said or. Ramsey. Quot this aired of Home. The three Navajo heroes. Another dangerous Driver is the Austin Williams. 14 Wesley disk Motorist w to nays no heed to son 1fi and Bitso it. Are Crew i a it men making repairs to pavements in tile county. Many members of in Indian boy scout troop. Bullet i n. Ii i Rema ii i. I Sturtevan by is Money wanted to build dressing room at 14th St. Dear editor i wonder How is blathers would really dressing room at Street Heath this Sun As w e All know by Sih vide like to have a a fourteenth i Mer. This Beach is badly in need of some Mort of a dressing room and i am of the Ltd in. Ion that a great Many bathers hesitate to use this Fine new Bead simply because it lacks the necessary facilities. The other Day to several bathers came to me asking if i would have to Shack that was used for the Leach refreshment stand last sum net converted into a dressing room for Hie lathers use stating that they would be glad to contribute toward the Spense if other Basher cd by some of he Drivers who evidently Don t seem to care. There have been a number of accidents title to St. I carelessness till the Bart of tile Drivers anti our men have been instructed to keep clone Vigil on such in contrast to Drivers mentioned. A Type to be commended is the Golf worries begin on women s shorts Kansas ??"fij.p-�?"the Park by Tard didst have any trouble de titling that male golfers. Using municipal courses. Must Wear shirts but Wien they tackle the problem of women in shorts they took time out. Quot they look right Nice in pm Quot careful Motorist who has con volunteered Maurice de fever. Stratton for the other fellow. The superintendent of Public courses sheriff elated. Danger could be a but in to afraid they Are danger j Comfort phases. Camps with regard to Elevation accessibility and surrounding conditions. They to require Safe water a Supply insured through proper to to cation and construction of Wells nne Veek and periodic analysis. Toilet facilities a real problem in a state having such geologic pc it Ila Rit ies As Wisconsin from a vital consideration in Camps of a1 types and Are Exa tingly regulated by the state codes. Location construction. Disposal and maintenance Are the chief factors and the dual dangers of water pollution and surface exposure of waste arc duly considered along with the a amp this summer. The opening period at Chi Kagami will begin on sunday june 23. This is followed by a period beginning a in Sun Jun 30 and running through july 13, then follows three periods beginning on sundays. July 14. 21 and 28. It will West a boy $6 for seven wond Kerful Day in a veritable Paradise of boy activities. Being at scout Camp i More than a vacation. It is a training experience in scout Craft in the broadest sense of the word. Rive amp committee. Arthur c. Hams i chairman of the Council s camping committee. Hejl a Lover of the out of doors and finds in this serv ice As chair dining Hall at Camp and it is Large. A through his knowledge and it Oun be i that Camp has an enviable reputation in that department. Al Manity most every card or letter sent City has been served Well and Home by til in in tells about faithfully for Many year by these the wonderful food they Are hav lines Ami they have played a vital lamp jog part in the up building of the City it the members of the Camp costumes Are to be frowned upon and the More Clever a girl is in putting Odds and end together into a colourful effect tor a Gypsy costume the better Chance she will have to be chosen As the Gypsy Queen for the girl who looks most like a Gypsy not the prettiest Little Gypsy hut the most Gypsy like Little girl will be picked by the judges and asked to Lead the croup in the afternoon s plans. In addition there will lie prizes for the tallest Little Gypsy for the smallest Little Gypsy and for the group which has the largest number of members dressed in eos tag Unity will count an expensive cos tume Many allies and storerooms Pacific the Chicago a North Western and the North Shore Are 8n#, trunks Are being ransacked a very tangible part of this com i fever Lah or a Rorls and their friends and their mothers. Another unusual feature of the general planning for the go pm a Day is the fact that the older girls in the High school girl Reserve sors for. High school girl oni and in the betterment of the lives a a. Groups Are to act As Adt min a bold Adam her of All our people. The Day. Because Many of the Clit Man Olandin. In in a on n tip in closing or. Ramsey said that j. Advisors win inv the cites it of a Fain Walter t. Height Hnry by getting behind the roads in the of. Joseph j Patrick. Walter forthcoming Railroad week. Citi i Endl. Judge j. Albin Simpson Zens of Racine will be honouring Harold Spencer my William tue an Obi and faithful servant As be. Well As a capable and energetic scout sex ulv Arthur m. Gruhl ally in this City s March towards again will be Camp director. This economic Well being w ill be hit Enty third summer in � � a s oat a Imp lieu been Rump director at Camp journal of the Milwaukee Council and was for four years director of the Indian Mound reservation of the Milwaukee Council. He also has been director of Camp Onaway on Onaway Island on Rainbow Lake on the a., the schools close Frida m fibres of tile the older girls to dubs at Park High Haw been chosen As the 14 leaders for the younger groups and each of til leaders is choosing Lier own committee to work Lier. The advisors will meet wit h the younger girls clubs to Complete their plans and to know their groups will meet tile girls at the schools and other meeting genuine Relief problem confronts a acc s on sat urday morning will Lead the Trad to Lewis held be 21 in this household and i Voboda Al work mount airy n. ?" up a a minimized and Many accidents Ous it they tend to upset play take garbage disposal is considered Man of the Camp activities an of a Waupaca Chain o likes this i children to 19. Joe Hughes. Negro hts wife gave birth to twins bringing their total number of turn to Page 4. T column 7. Avoided if greater care were show n. The Eye off the Ball and third among the important prob per Unity to pass on to scouts Manv he pointed out. J a of delicate concurred Lenin in the regulation of the state s of the pleasures he has found in Pokh tinn for children. Frank in Cromwell Board presi Camps for it too involves protect open. Adequate Protection for children Den. Quot gentlemen i suggest we lion of water Supply from surface on the highways especially while turn this problem Over in our contamination Protection from in turn to Page a columns minds for a turn to Page column 2j Camp has been operated by the Fox his oldest son has brought his River Valley Council. Or. Gruhl is we Tife w to is tubercular and their a graduate of la Camp dire a Oral to child to live with Hughes and the Harry g. Barr also is on the training school had at Camp Chan other 18 children. Camp committee. Or. Barr gives Tun in go of re Indianapolis none in the family has a regu special a mention to the Kitchen and turn to Page 5, col 5> Lar Job. _ with tile group for the lunch period and at As the official advisors tor the entire Day s activities. Club to Rick Queens. Each of the la younger girls to clubs will elect its own Queen who will assist the advisor in lie ending of the groups. The a a turn to Page 6, column i

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