Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
3 Mar 1935

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3 Mar 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 03, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Take chances i what our readers have to say. Tsi will be pm j 4n� comment i de f la in i hit column sunday journal times a St bulletin vol. 4-no. 46. Racine wis., sunday mar 3,1935. Circulation 19,500 in t in favor of renting school books Hoar editor i would like to express the other Point of View about the article that y c. It Franklin St wrote feb. I. 1535. It concerns the renting of be Hoot . The idea would be appreciated by the parents but what about the pupils most of them would not take Good care of the books. They would scratch them up. Throw them around write. In them and make All Type of artistic sketches on them Hee a use they Are not their own property. The rental department would lose out then because the Small fee paid each semester would not cover tile damage done to the Hooks. Of coarse some people bring their children up right therefore this would not occur but in this to a and age i believe children have lost All respect for everything and least of All for books which do not belong to them. Maybe i m wrong but if someone disagrees with me i would like to hear their opinion on this subject. 8 b. Seventeenth by i another suggestion tor a natatorium dear editor there has been so much talk Ann debate about building a Public Karine natatorium for the City. I understand that in the plans for the last unit of vocational school building there is a Pool anticipated. Why could not this part of the building he put up under the new construction on Public projects and the Pool he set aside evenings for Public use it in this Way the heavy overhead and Upkeep of a new building could be done away with. It would serve two purposes for school use during the Day and Public use at night. Let s have some More discussion on this. F s. Howe fit Motorist refuses to Aid injured Man dear editor at the scene of an Accident today t water a Stannard Street i i asked a bystander Why the injured Man was not rushed immediately to u Hospital by a car that was present. He informed me that the Driver of this car objected because of possible blood stains that might smear his cushions. The victims to blood. I could see was red but the Motorist who gave such an excuse no doubt had ice water in his veins. At this writing i do net know Bow seriously Hurt the victim is. I saw him writhing in pain and blood on cold hard bricks for at least to minutes before tile ambulance Ai Rived. Ten minutes to to a Short time indeed but Ages to one in agony and How often has a doctor said it if it were Only ten minutes ?� i am thankful that we have an efficient and dependable police department which we it Ait rely upon in times of distress As there is no Relief from those who place a higher value on their car than upon human life and suffering of others. Thank you for tile sunday bulletin i remain. Sincerely yours w. W Luedtke ave thanks firemen for flooding rink dear editor we ice skaters Send our thanks and appreciation to the Marquette Avreet fire station firemen for their services in providing the neighbourhood with Btl ice skating rink. And to the boys who so willingly kept it free of Snow Many Happy hours of i e skating were enjoyed by Alt who patronised the ice and we ail hone that next Winter the firemen will again provide us with a skating rink. We Praise the sunday bulletin in that we Ca ii voice our thanks and appreciation for a service that made us Happy and to read voiced comments of other people. We. Therefore Hope that tile sunday bulletin flourishes and continues throughout the years. Yours truly. E. M. Albert fit wants time of feature pictures announced dear editor in the a net Peeve that i must get off my Chest if there is anything i detest it is seeing the Middle of a Good picture show before seeing the beginning so Why can to the time of the feature picture be advertised in the journal tiniest right along with the advertisement for the show of one sees a show from the he. Ginning. In to s re one would no to condemn tile picture to the Public so much so Here to hoping to be Able to it read the time for a the feature picture in the lout ii a i times the paper Evet v body reads. Thanks for your medium of opinion. M. L. Villa fit clerk reimburses former employer gentlemen. Just to show there Are still some honest people i am sending you part of a letter w hich i received together with a Dollar and which i Hope you will find room to publish in the sunday bulletin a dear sir i used to work for you quite a few years ago. While working i used to eat Candy cookies Etc. Of course the other clerks All did the same thing but i want to make restitution for the wrong i have done enclosed find $1.00 which is the approximate Cost of goods having Only worked a week or two. Sincerely a a a hop my Vonan publish this in your bulletin. I am yours truly. E. A it Lawn St Doest think Bruno has grounds for Appeal dear sir a line about the Hauptmann trial. I can t see where his Case should have an appeals he had a fair and Square trial and should take the consequences. Ii certainly is the Type that would prey on Quot helpless babies Here or elsewhere. As to his Mother asking president Roosevelt or the governor for Aid because it w Ould end her life if he go s. V hat about poor baby Lindbergh he Hail to give his life and thai left a pros turn to Page 14, column 3 Case holdings formerly site of Many Homes founder to residence replaced by hoist loading platform. By see m. See if one walks about in the Large area occupied by the main works of the j. I. Case company one never for an instant would believe All of that area waa a residential District at one time. One of the residents of that area was Jerome i. Case founder of the company who improved the threshers he purchased in the East to such an extent that much labor was saved the Farmer by cleaning the Grain without the use of a separate machine after it had passed through the Thresher. Old timers inform me that or. Case made his Home at about the Point where today is located a loading platform and hoist on the Northeast Corner of Bridge and Huron streets. There were Many other Small Homes in that immediate District and fit. Clair Street now shut off by the Case Plant from fixate Street was dotted with Homes a1 of Frame construction. There were residences on the South Side of Bridge Street As Well and it is j estimated that the population of that area was More than 300 persons. Plant brings removal. When Success crowned or. Case s Enterprise and there was need for More buildings. Additional land was purchased and the Plant was enlarged. Soon other new buildings were required to meet the production demands and gradually what was a residential District was converted into a fac j tory arca. The Case company office was located at the Northeast Corner of Bridge and Erie streets and Headquarters were there until the Large new main office on state Street was erected. At the Corner of Bridge and Ontario streets stood a Frame hotel known As the wheat sheaf and it is taken for granted it derived its name from being located so close to the Thresher Plant. Birthplace of agriculturist. One of the old structures located near that area was the norwegian danish methodist Church now the Trinity m. E. Church on i Afi Alle Street. That Church was located on the w est Side of Huron Street at the Point South of Liberty Street where the North Western switch track to the Case Plant passes under Huron Street. One of the separate industries located to the South of the methodist Church on the West Side of Huron Street was the boiler Plant of the i. Freeman amp Lions company. It was a Large Frame and Wood Structure extending from the Street to the River Dock and it was there the office of the Wisconsin agriculturist was located. I remember the time when Stephen Freeman. Son of the j manufacturer and i took out an armful of copies of that Publica i lion and sought to sell them on the Street. Needless to say we made no sales As there was no demand for an agricultural paper on the part of City residents. Large boarding Houe. One of the Large Frame structures. Located at the Southeast Corner of Huron and Liberty streets was the Reiplinger boarding House. It went the Way of others Many years ago. On the Southwest Corner of those streets stood the Large Brick residence of John w. Johnson who served As Justice of the peace and As chief of police Here two terms. He a i to w As engaged in insurance and real estate and he had As his office a Small Frame Structure locale on the South end of his property facing East on Huron Street. To the. West of h s Home was a two Story Frame Structure and a Small cottage also of Frame and those were either razed or moved away in order to make Way for the Large steel water Tower now located there. On Huron Street were several other Small Homes and one Large modern a then Brick residence but they too gave Way to the expansion program carried out by the Case company. Quot we Tell have to hurry get there on time Quot an right i Tori a i it Bruck Catton � a a a Automo amp mag if Auw m Tiki wig. No Iggy wow Moores to it i \ it to i a compulsory tests of eyesight for automobile Drivers reduce accidents optometrist says describes scientific methods employed to gauge direct and peripheral vision and color blindness. The figures on automobile accidents for 1934. Just released make horrifying Reading. To learn that our automobiles killed nearly As Many americans As German guns killed during the world War is to realize that our motor traffic situation has become one of our most pressing major problems. And Jet terrible As the figures arc. We done to really get horrified by them we done to really realize that the problem is great. The situation does no to come Home to us Sorne a can to. How it is someone else who gets killed someone else who gets injured someone else who passes through a needless tragedy. We ourselves Well we tre the Lucky ones. It wont happen to us. Fio we accept these traffic fatality figures with the most amazing complacency a and calmly go along rolling up a death and injury list which future generations will probably find the hardest single feature of our civilization to understand. A safety vision for motorists is an interview relative to the importance of Good eyesight and Eye tests in connection with driving. It is the statement of l. R. Rosenberg o. A. Past president of the Wisconsin association of optometrists. A of will Endeavor to explain to you the optical terms used in the visual Standard for Safe driving for motorists a or. Rosenberg said. Quot the standards Given Are those considered Safe at the present time. The work is being conducted at the Ohio state University under the supervision of the National research Council. The data then will be put into the hands of All legislative bodies safety councils and similar groups that make the Laws and control the welfare of humanity. A oat the present time eight states Ara requiring safety examinations Connecticut Maryland Massachusetts new to Hampshire new York Pennsylvania Rhode Island Vermont and the District of Columbia. The examinations Are very simple and Are Given by a member of the traffic department of your City requiring the applicant to see to comprehend to reason to respond to act and to use Good judgment. Reduces accidents. A othe proof of the Efficacy of these tests can he found in the reduced number of motor accidents wherever they have been enforced. Washington d. Cd hich has a Model examination Law including an eyesight test has the lowest automobile death rate of 5 up for mayor attributes Success of . In Racine speak tuesday to Many sided program of christianity the Racine Junior civic or Fliestra of 40 piece Nuder the direction of Max plat Nick will play a concert prior to the service league to tuesday night mayoralty forum. Tile concert is scheduled to Start at 7 p. In. Every citizen of Racine is invited to attend an open forum meeting to be held at memorial Hall under auspices of the Racine service league tuesday night. March 5. When the five candidates for mayor will present their plat i forms in personal appearances on the stage. The meeting arranged this week by the directors and a special committee of the league is part of its program to acquaint the Public with purposes and qualifications of the candidates in the Spring election and to get out a record vote. The tuesday night event probably will be followed by one or More similar meetings Between the primary and general election. 15 minute each. A Public address system will be installed and each candidate will be Given 15 minutes in which to present his bid for the voters support. Attorney Lawrence h. Smith will be chairman after being introduced by Herb s. Mann head of the service league. The league has a membership of approximately 1.4 �0 persons and All these Are being urged to attend. But a cordial invitation also has been extended to the general Public and there will be no admission a Harge. A the Bervie league is not supporting any candidate or faction but we believe it can do a real Community service by giving All voters an Opportunity to become familiar with the men who Are running for the office of mayor and the platform on which they seek ?� said chairman Mann this week. The league is considering future moves in conformance with its avowed purpose of working toward improvement in municipal govern a r int. Found Aone social serv ice Leader w to believes that life within Means More than new bricks and mortar. That unusual person is miss Florence Palmer general Secretary of the Young women s Christian association of Racine whose organization w ill close its Observance of enrolment week monday evening with every Prospect of 500 additional members. Miss Palmer has adopted the association s motto. A of larger world a farther goal a Keener mind. A Richer soul As her own and comments with enthusiasm on the facilities of the y. W. C. A to serve better the girlhood of the City. A othe shining Light which guides and directs our Many sided program is that of christianity a miss Palmer says. Would broaden Outlook. A oin Many ways we try to bring together women and girls of various experiences and interests. What we do through our various activities is done with the thought j that ultimately the individual will grow and develop. If we can make the timid girl self assured help the narrow minded girl to broaden her Outlook and to learn to think for herself and if we can teach that the needs of one s Community is the problem of the individual we Are working toward i our goal. A owe ate equipped to give much to those who need it. Our membership fee is a nominal one enabling the poorest girl to meet on an equal plane with the woman of Floater opportunities. Each has her own opinion and each has an equal Opportunity of expression a othe y. W. C. A. Brings together diverse groups Cross sections in age interests religion social status economic Security experience and race. It has a religious Fellowship which includes respect for personality and recognizes no individual development without social ?� Union Grove girl elected i of �?o4 Best loved at Lawrence miss Dorothy Cornell daughter of or. And mrs. G. R Cornell of in Union Grove was elected one of the a four Best Lxi veda girls at Lawrence College Appleton wis., at the traditional colonial banquet held dining the past week. As a student at Lawrence miss Cornell has been Active in a number of activities being president of Kappa Delta National social sorority head of panhellenic and senior councilor of freshman dormitory. She is a member of the student Senate and the Lawrence Book club. The a four Best loved girls Are selected by a vote of All of the girls at Lawrence and has been an Honor bestowed since 1924. The other girls selected with miss Cornell Are Claire Patterson Green Bay Marjorie Frund. Bes in our and France Kernin. Mosinee. Miss Ruth l. Packard is director of the Industrial and business girls to departments of the association where the work is carried on principally through self directed self governing groups and clubs. Developing ability for leadership initiative and poise As they study their own problems and place in society is one of the major Aires of the department. Health and recreation activities Are under the direction of miss Marion i. Meigs who has brought Badminton shuttlecocks and table Tennis to the y program this Winter. A Church basketball league formed in the department about to years ago is still flourishing. Volley Ball has Many adherents while the swimming classes Are popular. Outdoor Tennis for beginners is in the offing. Planning a county ?� girl reserves who pledge themselves to a to face life squarely a Are under the guidance of miss Margaret fire Filer. Planning easter lenten services and Spring programs which include several ceremonials for installation of officers and recognition of new members is Foremost on the Reserve program now. The unemployed girl is receiving special attention these Days with mrs. Jennie Becker assisting in finding work for Many. All of the organizations within the y. W. C. A. Are co operating to stage a county fair soon. And to take part in the various Camp projects and outdoor activities during the summer. 14.8 for every 100,000 population. Compare this percentage we tilth Chicago which has a death rate of 26.9 for every 100.000 population. The latter is almost double that of Washington. A Othis is How to the examinations Are conducted. The applicant goes before a member of the traffic department and passes the required Standard tests. A card is filled out at that time and sent to the state for a Driver s License. The Standard eyesight test for motor Drivers is 20, 70 Snellen Type with each Eye separately. A othe expression not generally understood Means that of an object is 70 feet away from you and you can just discern what it is with Normal eyes you have 20 20 vision. But if you must walk until you Are Only 20 feet away before you can Tell what it is you then have Only 20 70 vision. How to try it. A Otry it for yourself. Ink some Black letters in a 14-Inch Square such ase a o. Then stand 20 feet Back and see if you can read these letters easily with each Eye separately. If you can you will pass the eyesight motor Driver test for sight. If you have but one Eye. Then you must step Hack 70 feet and be Able to read the same letters. % a again fix on an object 20 feet away from you. Extend both arms in the same direction in front of you and slowly spread arms apart and wiggle your fingers. When you come to the Point where j you can just see your fingers wiggling and at the same time Are fixing on Distant object see if your arms Are subtending at an Angle of 140 degrees. A Othis last test measures your peripheral vision and must Subtend a 140-degree Angle we there the first test measures your Centra vision and Only subtends an Angle of from 5 to to degrees. The question might be asked a of what use is this peripheral vision it its purpose is to detect any approaching objects on either Side while driving. People lacking this kind of vision strike against furniture and door frames while walking around the House. Color blindness. A othe next Point of interest is color blindness. But fear not those of you who Are so affected because scientists have found that by adding Blue to Green color the unfortunate color Blind person is Able to Tell the difference Between red and Green. A othe necessity for More stringent examinations of All Drivers of All motor vehicles ought not to need More explanation than is Here Given. Thirty thousands of our citizens Are killed each year by automobile accidents. That visual tests do help has been proved by comparing the Eastern states that have adopted its use with the 38 states that have not made eyesight sergeant Wilbur Hansen traffic sergeant outline causes behind accidents by Wilbur Hansen traffic sergeant Racine folic department tests ?t Dorothy Cornell Short play contest to be arranged Here a contest of Short Plavy. To be participated in by All dramatics and Church societies in Racine will j be arranged for at a meeting to be held in the recreation office of the City Hall at 7 30 p. In. Monday March 4. B. A. Solbraa City recreational director is in charge. The contest of plays will be held some j time in May it was believed. Or. Solbraa has Aske it that All organizations interested in this form of recreation Send representatives to the meeting monday evening. A conductor shuns �?o13�?� Cincinnati. A a Harry Green Street car conductor Isno to superstitious but he to a of jittery now about the number 13. As he Rode on car no. 13 of his line on the 13th, $13 from his Cash and ticket bag was whisked away from the door Hook on which they Hung unseen by him. He said he suspected a Witch. Lines for ladies a former daily feature now running Only in the Street and Highway safety has become a subject with which every Man woman and child should become More familiar. The terrible toll of motor fatalities is increasing yearly in spite of the advancement of traffic engineering. This can be traced Only to human carelessness recklessness and neglect. Accidents do not happen. They Are caused. Not by failure of mechanical parts not by the failure of authorities to have adequate engineering details worked out. They Are caused by reckless disregard of the simple rules of Highway safety. Hon to icy arc caused. The majority of our local accidents Are caused in the residential Section. Why because the j i motorists have not. Taught themselves to be a safety conscious. How to Many of our Drivers remove the foot from the accelerator and place it on the Brake As they near an intersection very very few to. Yet if we were to ask these Drivers where the majority of our accidents occur tim answer would be a oat tile intersection. In other words the average Motorist does not exercise any More care when he or she is approaching the danger zone than is exercised in the Middle of the Block. Let us take one of these accidents and see what occurred. A i driving North b is driving East both at a rate of Speed approximately 25 Miles per hour in a. J residential zone. They approach i an intersection at the same rate of Speed. 37 feet a second. At this rate they Are both travelling approx innately 37 feet per second. Almost the Width of the Ordinary lot and More than the Width of tile average intersection. It takes a fraction of a second for the Eves of a and i to see that danger is imminent another fraction of a second for the eyes to Tell the brain and for the right foot to leave the accelerator and use the Brake. In this Short space of time an Accident occurs. If by a. Miracle they manage to avoid hitting each other they cannot both Hope to avoid striking tile curb. The foregoing is what occurs in most of our accidents. They can be avoided there is no question about that for the reason that they were caused by human recklessness. Carelessness and neglect caused by Drivers who have not As yet. Recognized the serious responsibility that is theirs the moment they sit behind the steering wheel. Until these Drivers become safety conscious we cannot Hope to see a reduction in traffic accidents. Sunday bulletin n new s paper u Bise rate Alexandria ?" a the Alexandria Gazette claiming to be the oldest daily newspaper in the United state celebrated it 151st anniversary this month

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