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

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10 Mar 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 10, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Volume of business 11 wage it restorations re Eloy mint payrolls sunday a a of bulletin vol. 4-no. 47. Racine wis., sunday mar. To 1935. Circulation 19,500 never mind when the Day looks sort out Dusty and your Brit is settin Rusty and your courage somewhat my j tvs never mind keep a tug Gmo to St the tether head and heart and hands together through All sorts out wind and w Esther Bein kind when your Burden nearly heats you and no sum of snip line to rests it of and All sorts out trouble tests iou never mind Chuck some cheer into your Talkin. Put some Spring into your walking to. Leave old grandpa grouch a stalk in to far behind a course the Road is often Muddy and the skies ainu to always Ruddy but if you Tell jest Stop and study you w ill find that the fellow who s a Winnin and to sunny slopes a spinning has kept saying since the beginning to never mind juvenile fashions of 1883 portrayed in old class photo Long dresses and trousers Button shoes shown in picture brought to Light by w. H. Carpenter. Nation nearer recovery production leads Parade striking proof of that fact is shown radio station has a Booster Lear editor Why do some of us squawk about our local station if we could do better announcing or put on better programs Why Arentt we there Dong it we Al know that in this City there Are Many foreigners. It gives the old folks a thrill to hear music a Vercial and advertising in their languages. A clothes make the Many to is an in the accompanying picture old saying which has been proved the picture is that of the fourth True. They Lave much to do with Grade class in the old fifth Ward making Young persons look old in Soho of new the Garfield school on appearance and vice versa and. 1 1 Milwaukee Avenue. It was taken 5 2 years a 30. The teacher was miss Kila Baldwin whose death occurred in the South a few years ago. The picture shows 20 girls ranging in age from to to 12 years and of that number 14 Are wearing White lace collars coming Well Down Over the shoulders. All dress series is were Long in those Days some of the front and others in the Hack All of them the so called one piece affairs. Even new labor Deal urged in Canada Ottawa. ?" u.p1�?"a of sweeping labor social and com them buttoned in reforms including encouragement of Trade unions. Thom of us who done to want to lie pow ten to the1, can turn the dial to shortening of working hours and the popular shirtwaist had not something else. Of you or you Are volition of child labor Are rec made its appearance at that time supporting these foreign programs. Why kick but if you Are not find something else to complain about the foreigners or those who want to advertise Are supporting them. When the staff of a radio station j eluded a two year is making an Effort to improve its programs As ours is doing and does we should boost k no Ltd. When we become perfect As some of us. Think we Are. We should pass commended by Canada s Royal sleeves were w Rist length and tight commission in Price spreads and and the log out Mutton sleeve had mass buying which recently con not yet made its appearance. Gold inquiry into Nee Khains and lockets were worn working conditions in Canada. By some and Breastpins were Fash instead of the main recommendations of Honable. The commission Are jail terms for persistent Vin. A lollies belie their age. Looking Over the group it will Man in Street a bit confused although he is aware of several improvements Spe Cial writer says. to tim next world to enjoy those gators of labor Laws. Which the he observed that the girls of la commission s probe revealed to he and 12 years in those Days had the in or of n lass. C. It. F Douglas ave rules reveal Way to be loved w widespread. Appearance of Young women of 14 minimum wages and maximum and 16. Several appear Een older. Hours for men. That is All on account of the Man dear editor this is for your readers column America act to give the Dominion j amendment of the British North Ner of dress of that period. Hair was worn Long some of the parliament Power to enact social girls wearing braids Down their if reforms. Abolition of the clause in mini backs. Others wore hangs and a few have their hair combed Back of the sunday bulletin if you went to be loved. Done to contradict people even you tre sure you Are right. Don t be inquisitive about the of. Fairs of even your most intimate mum wage Laws permitting so per straight from the forehead. Friend. Cent of those employed to be paid done to underrate anything because you Don t possess it. Lem than the minimum wage. Abolition of discriminating Bol it on to believe that everybody else in the world is happier than you done to conclude that you have never had any opportunities in life. Nuses. Encouragement of Trade Asso Don t be rude to your infer s ciati0ng Trade unions collective in social position. Done to repeat gossip even if it bargaining and closer co opera does interest a crowd. Learn to hide your aches and pains under a pleasant smile. Learn to attend to your own business. F b. Haves ave bulletin s old time stories Are Welcome dear editor we enjoy the bulletin very much. And one of its greatest features is for Cement. Far As our family is concerned is those articles by see la. See. They sure make a hit with us. Dad enjoys Reading Alt those articles bringing Back old memories. I have formed the habit of cutting them out and am saving them in the form of a scrap Book. Especially do i like the pictures of old time groups Here s to pms for Many More of those splendid articles by see m. See. Yours very truly mrs. S. F. Park ave Tion by Canada with International labor organization. At that time Nettlie boys nor girls dreamed of such a Means of conveyance As the bicycle and therefore such styles As split skirts and bloomers were far from their minds. No knickers then. There were no knickers for the boys in that period All wore store legislation to improve wages clothes of the hand me Down Type and working conditions in Jochain full length. The trouser cuff had ?� uniformity in labor through the Dominion. Not made its appearance and some legislation of the boys wore no collars Mere and the in the starched shirt with the col to work. But How Many Are still out of jobs and How Long before they will be taken Back into Industry How Long before we can i end Doles Charity for millions when Are taxes to be lowered i How Long before the government i can withdraw its support from business Clearing the facts. Unfortunately a Good Deal of Flimsy nonsense is spread about on this Point. Unfortunately we get most of our information from people who want to sell us things and politicians who want to capture our support. The people we Tho have things to soil always chirp in optimistic accents. The democratic politicians Hail the great advances under the new Deal. The Republican politicians insist it is this sketch Cliart reveal just Haw far five Ini it Orta it economic Factor a starting from 1932�? Low level All a Sham. My own suggestion is production i ii i by John t. Flynn copyright 1935, Nea service inc after two years of the new Deal where do we stand in our Effort toward recovery ? looking out upon the foggy landscape of the american scene the Man in the Street is a bit confused. In a dim sort of Way he is aware of several things. First of All. People seem to be somewhat More assured. There is a feeling that somehow some Power by some mysterious Means has taken hold of the situation and made a beginning of setting it to rights. The bread lines of 1932 have disappeared. The droves of Haggard men on the sidewalks begging for dimes Are gone. You do not live in fear of your Bank closing. Of do not read of Farmers threatening to Lynch their mortgage note holders. More people Are working. Business men will Tell you things Are better. The feeling they say is better. There has been a lift to business. John t. Flynn but in spite of ail this men ask in a bewildered Way is this improvement substantial will it continue or is this just a pause a prelude to some new disaster Are things really on the Way up and moreover just How much have we improved Many men have gone hate climbed up Hie Wall of depression toward hic goal of recovery. Appointment of larger and More a tar band. Only a few of the boy competent staffs to see to its in had starched separate collars and neckties the latter of the Bow a a Type fastened on the Collar Button a of swimming luncheon with a wire Cip legion auxiliary pushes work to bolster Library the shoes were Button or lace aiding Public libraries and sex for use by children. The 1935 list yes both being popular and the tending Library facilities again Are Hooks w ill be published soon. Planned by y. W. C. A. To it another a of swimming luncheon girls All wore the High Button Type emphasized by the a More tourists that you pay no attention to any of these groups. None of them knows very much about it anyhow. Whether we have improved or not and How far is pretty much a matter of fact. The facts Are for the most part obtainable. They can be obscured in a vast array of statistics. But let us try to reduce will be held As a part of the y. W c. A. Health education program on me can depression gives motive. Pumps being unknown. The boys had several hair styles. Thursday March 14. Swimming several had their hair cropped with legion auxiliary. The Racine unit is particularly will be enjoyed at the y. M. C. A. Clippers which made them appear interested in the children s depart coupled with i los Angeles a reflect them Here to some simple and the legion auxiliary undertook a marked improvement in Busi easily understandable form Library Aid when curtailment of Ness californian to tourist business compan ies Public funds for Library operation. Bas shown a 40.7 per cent in j wants to know Why Ball is held on monday dear editor i wonder if anyone could Tell me Pool at to a. In. Luncheon will be Bald served at 12 Oclock noon at the William h. Carpenter was a in order to make As simple a greatly increased crease Over last year according picture As possible let us imag those desiring a place on the ment of the Library. This activity demand for Reading material Dur to fit urls released by the depart Jne the nation As a great w Ork Wren radio revue should Regis is begun a year ago and already ing the depression made the. Work j ment of agriculture from its Bor shop. And then in order to avoid i ter at the station any Day except y. W. C. A. During the afternoon member of this Grade school class has brought about important re a tied in which the organization Der checking stations. Talking in hundreds of millions j sunday Badminton shuffle Board and deck but he was absent the Day the pie suits in making Good Reading More could give important Public service. I the department reported that and billions figures which defy _ Wren plans Hunt for radio Talent in Uptown series is there unknown radio Talent in Racine and Vicinity a new series of programs designed to give amateurs and others an Opportunity to perform Over radio will be inaugurated wednesday March 13, when the first Wren radio revue presenting a stars of today and tomorrow is broadcast from the stage of the Uptown theater. All entertainers Are invited to Register for a Chance to appear on these programs which will be on the air eve a wednesday. No one is barred. There is no Cost to any one. Those chosen will work for Cash prizes and paid radio performances. Future stars Are in the making and Wren wants to know where they Are. Singers dancers musicians comedians and entertainers of every kind Are wanted. The big stars of today were unknown yesterday Many of them made their first appearances As amateurs. No doubt there Are Many in this Vicinity who have Talent but have not had an Opportunity to display it. Tennis will be played. Miss Marian Ture was taken. The journal times available in hundreds of commune who the fire int not mask Ball in Meigs and mrs. Harry Barr Are in is indebted to him for the use of ties. Always held on a monday evening charge of the event. I have heard so Many people say that they would surely Golf it was held on a Friday or saturday night. Men who work All Day monday just done to feel like getting dressed up in the evening to go to a mask Ball where if it was held on a Friday or saturday night they could rest up the next Day. There must be some reason for it always being Beld on a monday night and id mire like to know to Why. We sure do enjoy the bulletin. A. K. Grand ave the photograph. Further collections. The a of Dace publication of the 45,175 motor tourists arrived in the perception let us reduce this american legion and auxiliary is California in january. This Marks vast work shop to some smaller included in this year s contribution the Lith consecutive month in dimensions. Let us imagine it As a seeks recognition for girl scouts upper Row left to rights Walter Davis James Craig William Wierson. Second Row left to rights miss Ella Baldwin teacher James Anderson Dan Meyers. William i Arsen. George Thomas. John Anderson William Lyons. Frank Burdick. Third Row left to rights Sadie Henson Mary Pultz Jessie Calendar Emma Mohr Amelia Olson Anna Mcmullen. Elizabeth Olson Emma Olson Cora Blandin Nellie Wells Jessie fish. Fourth Row left to rights Dona Hanson. Anna Petersen Dietta Knutson Emma Niebuhr. Emma Hansen Christina Borgenson Julia Hansen Lottie Opdale Betha Hansen. Lower Row left to rights Charles m. Christenson. Roland Packard John Wiechers George Gates or. Judson Packard. Collections and donations of because Many requests have been which Winter motor vacation lists Small factory which we Tould be top suitable books will be continued by received regarding this subject. It have topped the tourist travel rec ical of the whole Industrial Struc the auxiliary units throughout wis will Aid students interested in Tho of j of corresponding months in Ture. Let us look into this factory will award $10 to some Holder Consin. Among the books donated annual Fidanc essay contest spoil last year to the Library and Iden sorted by the auxiliary. 1934. Railroads. Of an Cha ticket everyone who now has tickets on the Cha Model Home or who j tided by the auxiliary Seal Are Louisa Alcott to a Little men a a Little women a a old fashioned girl a dear editor i have been a Reader of the sunday bulletin for some time and have read the complaints people sent in. I have finally got up enough courage to write about my complaint. Much Bas been said in the paper about the boy scouts of Racine j people Praise them and help them it i a every possible Way. The people a ? d merchants a k them up and a help them to raise Money. This is Lici try git it kit taut what a the girl scouts of hat in it Why done to some merchants hark them i up Why Don t people help them j raise Money the girl scouts Are j As important As the boy scouts. The girl scouts do Many important and helpful things for the people bul j they Are never recognized. People Are always in a hurry to put some news in the paper about the boy scouts but when it comes to news about the girl scouts that is a Dif t Ferent Story of the girl scouts Are j to succeed As the boy scouts have i they must have some co operation from the people. I would like to know what objections the people j have against the girl scouts. D. N. Ltha gets ave i m tooth Madison ?" or a Ojack and j ii a Ojo to boys a a Orose Sweet. 2 la year old girl Here has steamship travel to in Bloom it and a weight cousins a the reputation of being Able to from Newyl Tork City and also a olog of a Cowboy a by identify a certain Brand of gum Points is up 50 to 60 per cent. Adams. She prefers from several presented these books Are bound especially j Ber while she is blindfolded. In the Early fall of 1929. It is a air factory which then employed a too lines also report increased business we workers. Every saturday night the gets Sui h tickets before Malch 16 this year. Railroad travel is tip 20 Boss paid them in wages $2 3,100. Will have an Opportunity to win a Pauline to 50 per cent Over last year. That is they Weld earning $-�?t.>.25 Cash prize California a week each. Now let us look into that same factory at the end of 1932, just be air lines also report similar in fore the new Jeal was launched. I Junction with the contest now in creases. And other Bill Simonson Campaign director said last night. This prize will be offered in con believes depression did some Good dear editor without having any fear of Eon radiation on my part at All i j think that the present depression is the Best thing for this country. The depression practically made one of j the biggest changes in the history of this nation. People Are beginning j to Exchange ideas and thoughts. They Are taking a renewed inter i est in local state and National gov j eminent activities. Their minds Are j concentrating on eat ii question that arises from the government and i Are final beginning to sen both 1 Side of a question. The Young As Well As Tho old Are showing a tense interest in the nation to problems. After Alt. Experience is the Best teacher and Only through expert it ence can Vve learn. Thanki c you for this Soave and i the bulletin sincere. A x j. B seventeenth St � thinks Auto Drivers should pass examination dear editor with automobile accidents on the increase. I think we ought to have a revision of our state Drivers License Law. As it is anyone can apply and get a License without Legal procedure and in one instance a part of having a License turn to Pae 2, column 7. Of those 1000 workers 460 were Progress to dispose of the Model gone fired because of hard times there were Only 3 40 left. They were earning not $25.25 1 to Home located on Monument Square. Tile $10 prize will a $17.40 a week each. In other words awarded through a special draw the Boss paid out in wages Only $9,396 instead of $25,250. My. The manager said. Til Quot drawing will in no Way of nov at the end of nearly two the Holder to chances of Vav i years things have improved. Of a in the Model Home itself at tile those 460 men and women who conclusion of the Campaign. The were fired. 130 have been put Back ticket which wins the $10 will in to work. That is there Are now 670 turned Back into tile general lot employed in that workshop instead of tickets on the Home. Of just 540. They Are getting 11 s so the Winner of the $10 Cash a week each instead of $17.40. Tile prize will be announced sunday Boss is paying out $12,596 a week March it. This Winner must Call at Cha Headquarters for his priz within five Days after the an in wages instead of $9,39 6. In percentages. Now from til is simple picture of nou Cement is made this Small workshop which May be tickets on the Home Are Selling taken As a pattern of the whole rapidly. As Spring approaches country we May see what Lias Hap a the idea of owning a Home Par opened. There has been a Treen titular by of winning it for a dime Dous drop from the activity of has stimulated the ticket sales 1929. But there has also been a considerably. Many repeats from considerable Advance from the former buyers Are on the records. Lethargy of 1932. We have travelled 28.2 percent of the Road toward re employing giant Illinois i Oil til still baffles scientists Alton 111.�?" a Altona to most a of prominent citizen. Robert wad people. We have negotiated 18 2 per cent of the Road in restoring have covered la percent or it it Quot a the swot youngster who has the Road toward recovery in payrolls. Baffled medical science with his phenomenal growth a just Cele this makes pretty Plain what a rated his 17th birthday. Has happened and where we Are. We have put Back to work 130 he measured up to the following specifications height Eigl i workers but we still must put feet one an<1 one half inches in Back 330 More before we reach his stocking feet weight approx the Stag of employment in 1929. Innately 390 pounds no Ordinary we have increased payrolls $1.40 j Scales will measure his weight a week. But we must add another \ shoe size 36. During the past year $6.40 before we have gotten Back he has grown three inches. To recovery. We have added $3,200 Robert now a senior at Alton to the payroll but we must still t High school Hopes to become a add another $12,654 before a lawyer and probably will enter have gotten Back to the employment level of 1929. Iii terms of goods. Shurtleff College Here. Aviation is his Hobby. Physicians attribute his extra the object of our workshop is Ordinary size to Over activity of the to produce goods and services for pituitary gland a tiny endocrine turn to Page to col. I gland at the base of the brain

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