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

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23 Jun 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 23, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin journal times what our readers have \ to say. Racine wis., sunday june 23, 1935 circulation 19,500 is will be paid for any comment coed in this column playgrounds in Racine tomorrow shut in grateful for Flowers dear editor mar i take this Way to thank the florists and the one that delivered my Beautiful Flowers today. I know ail the shut ins will be As pleased As i am. I have been a shut in for 63 years from paralysis and can t get out to enjoy the great out of doors. I enjoy the a a bulletin very much. Keep it coming. Thanking you All again l m. B. Tenter St More than 3,000 registered come from Many Stales. De Gorski relates his thrills As Fleet performs. De Gorski Racine Young Man who has been in the Navy aboard the u. S. S. Chester for the past la months has written a letter to postmaster George Rickeman in which he interestingly described the Fleet Maneu vers in which the Chester participated in the Pacific during april and May. The Chester went from Long Beach calif., to san Diego where Admiral Johnson was taken aboard to remain during the Maneu vers. From there it went to Pearl Harbor where it went into dry Dock and had its Bottom scraped and painted. In Honolulu the sailors were Given their first Liberty ashore and it was Thero that or. Gorski received his first disappointment after entering the Navy. A othe City itself is not As it is painted in the states he wrote. A othe streets Are narrow to and filthy. After leaving Honolulu the u. S. S. Chester engaged the White Fleet and the Black Fleet respectively and some Lively encounters were pictured by the Young Sailor. Anchor near Hawaii. A owe anchored at French frigate Shoals a huge Rock some 900 Miles Northwest of Hawaii his letter continued. A owe stayed there until 46 flying boats landed and re fuelled for Midway islands. A Oon May 17, we came upon mid Way and landed our marines and i captured the Island. Three Days j later we left Midway to engage the Black Fleet in Battle. This Fleet came Down from Alaska. During this time the flying boat crashed. Two destroyers in Pearl Harbor crashed and had to go to dry Dock. A oin the meantime an a enemy submarine sneaked upon us and torpedoed us so wre we Tere out of the great Battle. On the 25th of i May we captured Honolulu and the sailors really took the City. We stayed there until the 31st, and then left for san Diego. Friday i the four aircraft Carrier planes attacked the scouting Force. It was the first time that i Ever saw planes dive on ships. There were plenty of ?� an old fashioned saying to of father s dear editor a of father to old saying father had one old fashioned Savin that in Tell never quite forget and they s seven grown up children or us reckoned it yet settin round the dinner table. Talking to bout our friends perhaps or abusing of our neighbors. I Kin hear them words of father Goshet up and eat yer vittles la father he to never arg with us never Cut any subject Short while we All kept Clear of gossip and won actin As we Ort but of we to git out out order like sometimes a Famely is faulting to folks or one another then we to hear that voice of his Goshet up and eat ver vittles a Yin no hand Hesse f at Talkin a never Hadnutt much to say Only As i said Parvis in to when wed rile him that away then he to Alius Loose his temper spite o Fate and Jerk his head and slam Down his Case knife vicious whilst he glared around and said Goshet up and eat your vittles mind last time a tat fathers Ailin with a misery in his Side. And had hobbled in the Kitchen just the Day before he died Laury Jane she ups and tells him. A father you tre Pale As Pale Kin be Hainz Ttye feared them air co we urn hers Hainz to Good Fer be and says he Goshet up eat your vittles a Well in the saw to a Many sorrow forty Yea through thick and thin. In the got Best and i be got worsted time and time and time agin but in the met a Many tremble that i Hain t run on to twice halting to like and thinking to Over then air words of fathers advise Goshet up and eat your vittles a o. I w. Tenth St journal times photo Reading from left to right rear Row Milan Milovan Evich. Edward Sowicky Joseph Mano Nick Demark Elmer Johnson. Second Row Roy Bowers. B. A. Solbraa. Harold Borkowski. Ervin Schneider. Third Row Eva Gartner Grace Pfeiffer Allen Mahnke. Fourth Row Marlin strand Alvina Rausch Marjorie Johnson. Fifth Row Harriet Byer Genevieve Braun Verna due Virginia Nelson Margaret Healy. Racial hates mixed marriages increase in East Many events Are planned for children of All Ages healthful rec r e a t i o n and Good food promised campers. Late discoveries to be reported at meeting. Playground season is Here again. I for eight weeks Racine to 15,000 school children will be playing Ball playing games making dolls Tak i ing part in dramatic skits singing j songs learning Folk dances and j Many other things that children j from time immemorial have loved to do. Eight playgrounds each supervised by a Young Man and woman will open tomorrow in what promises to be the Best summer season Ever attempted. The centers Are located at Lake View to Douglas j Park Marquette and Lewis Field on the Northside and Racine j Street Knapp fratt and twelfth j Street playgrounds on the South j Side. The recreation department has announced the following appointments Nick de Mark and Grace Pfeiffer at Douglas Park flank Schinkowitch and Virginia Nelson at Lewis Field Milan Mil Vance Vich and Alvina Raush at Marquette. Stephen Rondone and Margaret Healy at Lake View Allen j Mahnke and Genevieve Braun at fratt Edward Sowicky and mar j Lyn strand at 12th Street Roy Bowers and Verna due at Knapp j and Joseph Mano and Harriet Byer at Racine Street. Hours of supervision. All playgrounds will be super j Vised from to to 12 Oclock during the morning hours from i to 6 j Zelock during the afternoon and from 6 to 8 30 during the evening hours. An enlarged summer playground program is in store for the children. For the past several Days All play leaders have studied the course of events As prescribed by the department and Are ready for an enthusiastic opening. Several new pieces of apparatus have been installed. The average playground Day will run something like this the n Orn ing hours during which the girl play Leader is in charge will be Given Over to Story telling girls handicraft. And plays and games. The girls will make paper dolls decorate their doll Bugger for the big july 4th Celebration and on i Oater paper they will advertise the Parade. There will be rope skipping Conte to Ping Pong Jack stones. Puppet making will be Learned for show presentations which come later on and girls will be Given the Opportunity to sing and groups will be organized for morning play. Afternoon events. During the afternoon hour the big events Are the inter playground contests in softball Ami volleyball. Douglas Park children will travel to Lake View and Lewis Field boys and girls will oppose those from Marquette playground. After the Ball games come the track and Field events the running jumping throwing and other types of activity. Badge tests and efficiency tests Are practice in preparation for the big track and Field meet which comes later in the season. A i the girls during the afternoon hold thei second daily handicraft period play Circle games and dramatize plays. During tile supper hour All play grounds Are Given Over to municipal athletics. Hundreds of trams among the older boys and girls and men use every available Diamond. Healthful recreation is the theme of the y. W. A. Camp to be held j several periods from june 29 to i july 28, according to Camp com a Mittee chairman mrs. George w. J Jones. Mothers of boys and girls j who have gone to summer Camps frequently complain that their children come Home exhausted. Recreation rest and Good food will be emphasized according to mrs. Jones. Swimming with every provision for the safeguarding of girls has been made. There will be indoor recreation Camp fire activity hand Craft and nature study dramatics and Camp newspapers. Miss Margaret Shreffler director of younger girls of the local association will be in charge of Camps the first three periods with miss Ruth l. Packard director for older girls in charge the final week. J miss Marion Meigs director of recreation. Will be in charge of sports. Aided by Florence Rankin. Mrs. Dave Anderson will supervise the cooking. Her son. Fred will assist her in maintenance of the Camp. Miss Florence Rankin of Kansas City a physical education teacher will assist miss Meigs and conduct interest groups. Dur Jing the girl Reserve period miss Charlotte Williams will act As a second assistant in the water. Miss i Enid Joseph is in charge of hand i Craft and miss Elizabeth seater will assume the responsibility for dancing and recreation. Miss Flor a ence Palmer general Secretary of the local a will take some part in the activity. The qualifications of i these leaders entitle them to the responsibilities of their various positions. A registered nurse. Miss Janet Hagen will be one of the Counselor. She will assist in maintaining the health standards of the Camp. Camp at army Lake. Army Lake Camp has once More been chosen for Racine Camp because of its Many delightful features. First of All. Its nearness to the City is considered a Point in its favor. Its swimming facilities Are Ideal. There Are 28 acres of Wood Hills Ith winding Shore line and the available buildings the Lodge Lake cottage and tent House with wooden floor Are in excellent condition. Information regarding details of registration May be had by phoning the y. W. A. 312 seventh Street Telephone Jackson 210. Finds bulletin very interesting dear editor i think the sunday bulletin la one of the greatest Little papers there Are. On sunday morning it is always something to look Forward to. I especially want to compliment the pictures of our passersby in last sunday s edition. Also the Many pictures that have been put in concerning times past and the current pictures. Another thing. I appreciate your recipe column. I clip All the Choice recipes and Index them in a notebook. This Way one can have a swell Cook Hook. You know that All the recipes Are our housewives Best. The Quot what our readers have to say column sure gives the readers a Chance to express themselves. It is also very entertaining to read. May i always remain a constant Reader of your bulletin. W. G. Charles St leading Pacific coast scientists will attend. Noted speakers will include or. Fred e. Wright of the Carnegie institution of Washington d. C., on a othe surface of the Moon a and or. Bailey Willis president of the Pacific division on a othe living ?� will make excursions. Excursions will be made to it. Wilson Observatory Home of the we world a to largest Telescope California Institute of technology where it or. Robert a. Millikan carries on his famous cosmic Ray research Huntington Library Mecca for scholars from All Over the world Rancho la Brea whose tar pits j have yielded prehistoric animal fossils for most of the nation to larger museums Scripps institution of oceanography and the Cal tech and Carnegie earthquake Laboratory. Wrap your garbage this writer pleads dear editor during the psst few months i have been harbouring a pet Peeve and i think it about time i voiced my opinion on the subject. As i walk along the Street. I see the poor garbage men walking along Side of their wagons with the collections of refuse Many times unwrapped and \ pry often not even wrapped up. Now. Why done to the housewives of Racine wrap their refuse and tie it it Only takes an extra minute you know. I am sure the men would appreciate this Little favor and the odor from the garbage wagons would no to be quite so offensive especially since the warm weather and flies Are due mostly any time. Please let us take the health of our workers into consideration. I Hope to see this in print and also to get the opinion of others. We enjoy the bulletin and wish it much continued Success. D. D. Villa St crash provides feast Wilson. N. ?" a a crash Between a pie truck and a lumber truck proved a Lucky break for three bystanders who Hadnutt eaten in three Days. The pie truck overturned. Spilling a Welcome meal at their feet. Miss Alice drought to direct Racine girl scout activities what9s a person Worth after soul departs insurance May help answer by Sid Kaye Are you Worth More dead than alive it All depends. Perhaps if you Are insured Well enough you Are More valuable after your soul has left this Earth than you Are now. But what if you Are too poor to have insurance a woman recently wrote the association of Commerce in a Wisconsin City asking for information As to where she might sell her dead body in Advance so she could use the Money now. A of have been ?� she wrote a that there is a place where you can sell your body when it is dead of possible let me know by return ?� while the inquiry is pathetic since it bears All the earmarks of being that of one in almost de irked by automobiles blocking Crossings dear editor i like the bulletin very much and read it every sunday. I do a lot of walking in the City. My pet Peeve in automobile Driver. Who Stop on the Crossings at the arterial. The pedestrian walking Aion the arterial must either walk around in front or in Back of the ear. I am sure All pedestrians would like to see the Crossings kept open i want to thank the bulletin for a Chance to express myself regardless of whether it to printed or not. P. S. College ave views danger in bikes on highways dear editor youngsters Riding bicycles on country highways Are one of the worst traffic hazards with which the Motorist has to contend. Bicycling is a Ane sport and should be encouraged. I suggest that while we Are looking for Worth while Public works projects the county consider bicycle paths to sever i of our Parks perhaps Shoops to. Johnson a and Forest Park. They could he placed either at the Fence a Tinc or a it an Extension of present Road shoulders. The Cost would not he great and the safety of bicyclists hikers and motorists would be increased. I would like to hear what other readers think of this idea. With thanks for the bulletin. S. Superior St dogs on main Street bring a complaint dear editor in to Kerry if i antagonize the canine lovers of Racine and i no doubt shall he called selfish hut i just have to get this private and personal Peeve removed from my Chest even though it he the cause for making others peeved. To become explicit Why do peo file have to use main Street As a dog promenade. There is Little enough room for walking without a ire to compete with dogs. When i sea of dogs. Refer to Hose turn to Page 7, col. I men will form legion auxiliary of women to Post Phoenix ?" a in Arizona women Are veterans and men Are auxiliaries. The Hazel b. Morton Post of the american legion at Phoenix is composed exclusively of women the state s Only woman s Post of the order and one of the few to in the United states. Its members were army nurses during the world War. Husbands Brothers and sweethearts of the members announced they would petition for a charter As an auxiliary just As the feminine relatives of male legionnaires have formed auxiliaries. But whether they get the charter or not they definitely planned to March with the auxiliary units at it he state Anteri an legion convention at Winslow. Aug. 6 to 19. Their wives will March with the men. Piping wars on use of heroin in schools piping ?"the piping municipal government continuing its drive against the smoking of heroin in the City is now directing its attention to teachers and students in the City to schools and universities. A letter has been written by the ministry of education to approve of certain proposed measures designed to stamp out the habit in piping academic circles. No penalty is to be attached when smokers voluntarily seek a cure

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