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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 17, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Urges Shorter phone conversations dear editor my pet Peeve is Why do some housewives who have Access to their any time during the Day insist in doing their visiting Over them Between 6 00 and v so Oclock evenings during those hours is about the Only time that of Dee employee teachers and those a a played otherwise have to use their telephones and where there e e four parties on one line it in t Only one of the other three who is anxious to use the line but Fie it Quern in another receiver can be Beard taken Down during the time one listens in time and again while this lengthy visit is going on. To see if the line is Clear. It also deprives those on other lines from getting in touch with friends on these lines with whom they cant get in touch v ii h during the Day. I do not think it is necessary to limit ones conversations to Only a few minutes when there is no one else desiring to use the line but in the other Bard. I do tint see that there is any Courtesy being shown in discontinuing a conversation so others can use the line after a 2it to minute t be of the line has elapsed. I. T All show More of Opert Ion w Ith our neighbors in two Aud four party lines by shortening Cost venation As much As possible when we know i ii at others also wih to use the line. Thanks much for the sunday bulletin a d for the Opportunity of expressing our views therein. L. O. It sixteenth St k thanks sponsors of noted lecturers i a ear editor the shoppers bulletin of March to railed a very interesting and Well written discussion of present Day economics by John Flynn no led writer and in. Turer. This article might have meant less to me had i j lot heard tile Brilliant lecture he a a a Short time ago in tile Washington bark High under tile auspices of the Racine teachers Council. Within less than two years this group a brought to Racine the w Eji known Smedley Butler. John Al Yon and the cliche theater play a s the general Public does appreciate any such Talent that might be brought to Racine by any civic organization. A a Humble Reader of the shoppers to bulletin May i lend p word of encouragement to our Racine teachers or any other civic group who wish to sponsor any such future programs in our City. Thanks for the bulletin. E. M. It Charles St bedridden person wants something to do dear editor j Hope that there is someone who a an Soler my pro Idem for me. For Lic Post .1 weeks i Hae been confined to my bed because of illness. I Hae read books wrote letters i a turned to the radio and taken Medicine. I have done All these thugs set a much that it makes me a a cd to think of them. Maybe one if your readers of this column has a solution for inc. Anyone who has been in bed for any length of time knows How i feel. A please suggest something for me to do As i expect to be in bed for some time to come. I wish to thank you for tile sunday bulletin. I s great. K. I. Kinzie ave newsboy s Courtesy wins him Praise Var editor As a regular Reader of the sunday Bullet in i would like to comment n one of the newsboys. The follow delivering our paper certainly is worthy of Praise. Regardless of Quot rather be is always thee Fuh Alert end smiling. I done to quite Sec How l r it an Hustle so All along his route. \ Iway s in a hurry but always time to be polite. I done to know hts name. But Bis manners certainly make him an outstanding clap. Such a 1 a 11 of surely is Good advertising for the paper be delivers. We enjoy the bulletin very much. A c. W. It Arlington ave mystery Benefactor of new York jobless is former Racine Man Star Dodges Fate of child prodigies Madge Evans is example of real film comeback 4 to 6 years usual limit to movie Fame a or. Glad Quot once member of athletics football team Here. Where is Queen of world s fair i tear editor in eos Gills came from a1 parts of the country to lie chosen As tile ii of the world to fair. And of All these girls a Racine l re was chosen what an Honor Vav hat fuss w As made Over this by a i Ful girl Ltd a Cliv of Racine was Allun in the air about it. A id now what where is thai Beautiful Queen is she Only a thing of the Nasi we never Bear of he my More. I would be so glad if nine Ope would through this column. Tell me w Here a he it a m to Quot Center to dogs Are again subject of complaint dear editor of there Ever was a Peeve Beres one and one of the neighbors. We have a dog Parade around Here by see m. See a a result of the publication of tile picture of the Racine a thle ties to football team in the sunday bulletin of feb. 2 4. I have been Given information which throws Light on a new Yolk mystery Man a philanthropist who has posed the past three it ars As a or. ?� he is none other than Al r. Rodway a member of the footballs team which thrilled thousands at the old exposition grounds As Well As when that team played in the paddock of the Concrete bicycle track in the Southwest part of the City. Or. Redway came Here from Milwaukee and has a sister living there. Lie often stops off Here when lie goes to visit her. For several years he was employed As private Secretary to Charles Armstrong i let president of tile s. C. J Johnson it son company in the office of tile old ase plow works. He later moved to Chicago where he became private Secretary to the late p. I Armour founder of Armour a to and then was appointed manager of one of that company s Large Branch House. In later years he had been engaged in the brokerage business in new York City meeting Success and failure in turn but he is now at the Peak of his business career. Proves True Optimist. Throughout the depression years a or. Glad has been doing philanthropic work among the poor of the Metropolis. A through and through Optimist he has held his Chin up after having lasted disaster through loss of his Busine but be again has come through with colors flying. All new York is talking of a or. Glad to and his activity but Only a few of his closest friends know his real identity. All of the metropolitan newspapers in that City have lauded his work and some of the Ablest ministers have hailed him from their pulpits is a rehabilitate or of the first water. They concede that others have been known to do As he had been doing the last few years but he is lauded because he has made no Effort a to gain publicity. He has set out As a Benefactor to the unemployed. He has Given Many of them another grip on if and brought Hope to those who could see no rift in the Clouds of depression. Fed poor or hundreds. Thanksgiving Day never went by wit bout a cheering word from a or. ?� the new York papers say and Long lines of men passed before him As he served hot Coffee and Rolls gave out mittens and gloves and topped it All off by presenting each with a Nickel. Some of the men spent their Nickels Riding Street cars from one end of the City to the other to be out of the void. Others purchased apply and in the accompanying picture can be seen an unemployed a dapple Many enjoying a lucrative Busine. M ords of cheer accompanied to a it and on a card eve a to each Roan in lire was the following message a cheer up. Brother every Cloud Hollywood it s a Short professional life and a highly competitive one that the child film notable lives. And the baby stars rarely come Back. When they lose their cunning dimples and grow Long legged and ungainly and their baby Teeth go the Way of All ivories they tre through. Exceptions Are few with Madge plans and Sally Blane being the striking examples that come to mind. Ten years is a Long stretch for most of the Young phenoms to survive. Mickey Rooney at la has done it. Dickie Moore starting when Only a year old. Still is going Strong drawing his $250 week at 9. Some vanish quickly. Pome last four to six years. Others rocket into the Cinema sky Only to drop like plummets in their first or second year out. Try a guessing game with your friends to see How Many child wonders of Fie to or a dozen years ago they can name. Many of them would no to get past Jackie Coogan and babe Peggy. That to How fleeting Fame is in the flickers. There to tragedy mingled with the careers of Many of the baby stars who would no to give up but had to. When child stars of the films pass out of the picture they usually a malay ?� but a few of them come Back in adult years and one of the shining examples is Madge Evans shown above in a fetching pose As she is today at 2 5. And As she appeared when she was a kid Headliner Back in 191$. Old coins Tell own Story of United states history business women Here to join Observance of own special week proclamation Fly Herbas March 17 a 23 it being observed throughout the nation at bushmen Fomen t week sponsored by the National federation of Burnett and Profett ional women and whereof the Hutinett and Profett ional women of Racine Are a pert of thit National group and have contributed much to the Hutinett end Profett ional advancement end growth of the City therefore be it resolved that this week be set aside is business women s week in Racine and that fitting recognition be Given the business and profess tonal women of thit City whose activities have been on inspiration and Benefit to our citizenry. William j. Swoboda mayor of Racine. It special divine worship service today will open program. By Dorothy m. Lawton through a seven Days to program. 55.000 women representing 1,400 business and professional women s clubs in 4 8 states Alaska Hawaii and the District of Columbia will interpret their objectives to the american Public in Observance of National business women to week from March 17 to March 23. Racine business and professional women to club headed by miss Lennie Hardie president As a member of the state and National federations is joining in this nation wide Observance and special local features have been planned for the week by the Public relations committee of the club headed by miss Ethel Youtz chairman and including the misses Alma Foerster Edna Christensen Bess Jandl and Amanda Epstein in co operation with the program chairman miss Grace Miller and the publicity chairman miss Dorothy Lawton. Worship service. Today a special divine worship service will inaugurate the week 1 and will be held at 11 30 Oclock at 1 St. Rose Catholic Church eleventh Street and grand Avenue. Promptly at 12 Oclock noon tomorrow members of the club will gather for luncheon at hotel Racine in the main dining room where they will hear a Brief address by mayor William Swoboda. Members of the club have submitted questions one of which they Hope will be selected for discussion in Tex Reynolds to opinions of the passerby broadcast at i Oclock tomorrow and participation of the club membership on this broadcast has been planned. On thursday evening at 6 36, indicative of the club s interest in civic Enterprise and act it members will gather at the Racine water works Plant 1317 Michigan Jetle hard in one who knows old Coin i Apt to be in close touch with the history of his country step by step. Practically every period in history had its characteristic piece of Money and something of the nature of the period is indicated on the face of each. It has often been said that those who follow the collecting of old coins and Stamps Are steady substantial people of tile right sort of this is , Racine has More than tries and is in Possession of some of the famous old a pieces of eight about which Robert Louis Stevenson wrote in his a treasure ?� he has lumps or nuggets of pure Copper which were at one time used As it Oins in India tiny Silver japanese coins and the original a two bits pieces of Spanish origin. The t nit a states coins Are among the rarest in existence and Are probably highly valuable Al Boulevard for supper entertainment and a trip through the Plant. Initiate projects. During business women to week clubs in the National federation will not Only initiate new projects for Community betterment but also seek to stimulate interest in cooperative plans already under Way and will renew their pledge to lift the level of business women and to work for those social and economic changes which their platform embodies. A othe mobilization of right thinking citizens to promote human Well being is our aim during business women to week a said mrs. Gelina Macdonald Bowman president of the National federation. The watchword of the week is to be interpret Eden terms of Opportunity for business w Omen to evaluate their place in the Community to launch projects of local significance to focus attention upon their qualifications for Public office and for business advancement and to throw Tho weight of the or influence toward such economic reforms is win bring a larger measure of Opportunity to All americans. Racines population in80-year-old directory reveals an unusual lot of Follower Here. Many of Tho a who have rare coins keep the fact secret because they fear burglaries. A Coin carrying a certain old Date if 4t i desirable and particularly if it is an in Are by no Means a ire mischief what our it Ards this Spring tier people w ill stat t and most every one As one. We think if feed their animals w mild tot go Snoop a garbage ran. Avas i opened the Irh a sight. They had an turned Over and is and one smaller great time amongst the Nisei pc the s went he vend in v patience. It was not the first time. Happy it was not summer time. We Are thankful to express this Peeve through the sunday bulletin cd Hope that after thus owners of docs try to tra Quot them to Stav o the Quot of Quoter pm or it i is. P Fie to Quot pm on a rope St a cast these Large dogs l g Taylor ave wants experienced men to Boss Fera project dear editor an till i lie contemplated Federal emerged Relief work project to go before effect soon the thought Ltd tired to me As to w Hether any Pio ohs have been made to have Racine ans in of each division. Each of elected foremen to be Given Sion of his particular Field. Bat men tor k a g Foi Horn do g the manual labor be taken front Lite Relief Rolls it t. At i Ute Quot St Good this to in teat it the person who were meant to Benefit thereby. Lie a ital f arg Hart an of. F in Road a. Ilder. A Godo con Crete mixer etc., for each Partick 1 Lar division better work will be produced to the intimate Benefit of the taxpayer. I know some object j lion May be raised that these men will of necessity he High salaried. A ten. Even though they Cost a Little Ore better work will be the re it in As much As these men will be responsible for their production As Ion Aras they were chosen for i heir experience in their own Par bes de the Foreman in charge of his particular division All his w a ret s shall be front the reef Quot Elk. So that there will be no spoils a Sterr involved n the situation a l1� considers on of this turn to Page 3. Col i circulated or unused Coin is High has a Silver limn. Keep up Jour Valaw it. Her Ritz depending of nerve and everything will come out j pour set upon the. Number of such All right. Six years ago every one thought i is done and out except my so of. A of Iliad had a two car siege of illness which included four major operations and dropped from Iro to 98 pounds. My business which had taken 15 year to build was smashed to Smithereens and i had to Start All Over again. I came Hack. So will you if turn to rage 5, col. 7 Coin available As Vvs la a it condition. Has oui Anding col lot i Ion. Joe Martin of the first National Bauk has what is considered one of i in finest min collections in this Community. This is Iii Safe keeping at the Bank and includes rom out of every Page of history. In addition to the i United slate coins he has piece from Many foreign coun tempt to place s value on them sine he collect them Only As a Hobby. Each Coin occupies its of n cellophane envelope and is carefully filed in order according to the dates on the coins. Along with the old coins Are some of the famous old civil War tokens used in Racine. This Token was used instead of script and has such name of Racine finns appearing on the faces of the coins so of. Clough Fine family groceries and meats a Elminger tailor i. H. Jones dry goods Yan a a Totte. Jeweler Tho. Falvey j. I to a a company amt John Elkin. Jeweler As Well As other of Racine s earliest business firms. Turn to rage 5. Col. 8 50 Racine boy scouts plan trip to Washington in possibly the greatest event in the the direction of a committee a Silver Jubilee Yar of scouting will pointed by Council pre ident James be Tho National Jamboree to be h. Brannum con i ting of Harry held in Washington aug. I1-i0. I cd. Barr chairman Harold spen Thor to thousand scouts from cer Walter l Haight Walter Haler Erv Corner of the nation will be Ber and Jerome j. Foley. In Washington on those dates. Wisconsin scouts who Are ,1am by John d. Roberts j a City in 184$ with Reuben m. W bile making repairs about his Dorton As its first mayor. It a i Home some 40 years ago. James i ,. I in that year that great stride blow then a prominent citizen j i found a copy of the. First cd Tyr or 111 in a Llna Church. Lectory issued in Racine and and schools were erected my turned it Over to David gris old much Pride was evinced in thai City editor of the Racine journal j Harbor which room a hts a a Fleet Uch is the directory was. Of inn Craft. The sum of $43,3521 0 years old or. Griswold wrote an interesting account of1 pin do a in Harbor improve the contents from which the Fol men is. The City branching out As lowing fact were obtained. Wheat exporting Point the site of Racine was visited by an Indian named Antoine full while the population in 1m was Only 337, it increased by 1553 former Racine reorient la a a or. ?� a Ohie mystery Many of new York City. Arrow Points to a or. ?t Mette some years before it was to 5.891 settled in 1834 by Captain Gullberg j the first regular fire depart they will Camp together on Sites Boree bound probably will go in Knapp and Gordon Hubbard of j ment was organized in 1849 with along Tho Potomac. Including to a special train. Trains from All Chicago and j. A. Barker of but m. G. Armour As chief a Nging a to Mac Park and Columbia Island parts of the country will be arrive Rall it the Root Riv it rpm of and Jacob Wratten a his first As Opportunity will to Given the Naing at regular intervals beginning established near the a a Tant. Carnal Jamboree scouts to visit the two Days ahead of the opening of rapids in january 183 1, with a. I Throe guard companies mane interesting Points in and near the Jamboree. R Sexton As postmaster. In 182 there were three Mili Washington. I this pm St office later aban tary companies in the City. They in addition to the 3<dk�0 Anteri Flint Bone saves done and a new Post office was were the governor to guards George run scouts there will be delegates t a # established in the Village wih or. A upturn Captain k. J Hueffner from Miliar scouting countries life of Motorist he Gar it Ras postmaster. First first lieutenant arum a buries bid. Around the world. Ocean Beach ?" a quarterly returns from this office second lieutenant the Emmett one scout per troop. Lucien r. Fogetti. 35. Is alive he u i e 83�. In 18.39 lie first q tat j guards Edward Mck Quot Captain Raine county Council will be Cau Earthur Wool Fin had a 50-foot to a returns were $709.45, show Thomas Fahey lieutenant Well represented at the National piece if rope. N8> Village was growing. Mail i and John m Oginnis second lieu Jamboree. The allotment for this when Fogetti lot control of his arrived Here weekly from Green tenant and the City guard j a Council is 59 scouts a basis of automobile on Mission Bay Bridge. Day being carried on horseback cob Crane Captain m. Wormer per troop. Troops have until it Tore through a railing Ard arrival of the mail Carrier a first lieutenant and j. Tait Sec March 25 to digit ate their rep plunged into the wader 30 feet be an int. Resent Tive Sevy ral troop want to Low. The Machina landed up lds established school in 18.36. Send More than one scout. Regis Down and was submerged. The first school a established traction for the National Jamboree Wool Fin saw the Accident. Tying a a Bradley in 1s36 and Rev. Will be thrown open after March on end of the rope to his car he Ivrus Nichols a presbyterian was 25 until the Council s quota has climbed Down swam to the sub first minister also coming Here Ete Darker Deputy clerk. N. A been filled. Merged machine and made the rope to at year the first magistrate was Orton Burlington was Prest Eagle scout Kenneth Peitz will fast on tile car s framework. J Ella Agni the first hotel a con Dent re of the Batino county Agri go to Washington a a represent passing motorists started Wool i ducted by messes. Stebbins and Tiv of troop 5 of St. John s Ca Fin s machine and rights a the Over Myers that for a to store by Glen a orid lieutenant John Carswe Vas sheriff of Racine county at. That time. Other county officer were Isaac Parker clerk of the court and Lafa Tobolic Church. Turned car. Wolfin extricated the life scout Jam Barr will go a Unco Scio Fogetti and swam a representative of troop 3 of St. Ashore with him. Now the injured Rose Catholic Church. Man i recovering in a Hospital a Teie scout Robert Galloway in he re. Tend to go to the Jamboree a a of the Martin and the first newspaper was the Bacino Argus which a. Established in 1 837. Captain Ghilbert Knapp a proprietor of this Leper lit associates being a Janes John m. Myers Alfred Cary s. H. and marshal m. Strong. Racine was incorporated As in 1s41 with or. Elias with a col apse a lure today owed _ _. Smith serving a3 its president. The firemen save baby with collapsed lung los Angeles of. A a baby representative from troop holy communion Church. James Ahlgrimm Hopes to represent troop 41 of the North Side business men s association. Other scouts of Racine who have it of to the Effort of an inhale Colre department a Volunteer already rendered their intention Ator squad of the Vav est Hollywood outfit want launched in 1>4j to go if at All possible Are Mickey fire department. Lovell troop 14. Grange Avenue the Crew was called by or. Lee m. E Church and Robert Campbell Douglas and worked in relays Conand Jack Bernard troop to St. Tenuously for 131 hours and 39 Luke s Church and Jim and a minutes before the infant was out in of troop 7. Of danger. Committee in of Ianire. The doctor said the baby would participation a it Ray re scouts have do a had it not been for the at the National Jamboree is under artificial respiration. Squirrel neck piece escaped Sleeper w Oral or m in. Air if mrs. Ben Kaplan had been faster she probably would be Waring fur neck piece now. She was awakened on night by a twisting sensation about her Throat and reached for it. As so a Chester w. White Amaziah Steb did to the object leaped from the bins and Elias Smith being a and sat on a in. Arum window pointed fire wardens. Sin believing it to be a cat she total value of imports in 840 reached for a. Tovel to strike it but was $5, 44 while exports Quot fire agile visitor sprang from the valued at $5, i5&Quot. Window to a tree to feet Dis ant. Inori it rated a City in 1848. After a us Vang lha footprints. The Village was incorporated As she decided that it w i a Squirrel. Sunday bulletin vol. 4-no. 48. Racine w1s., sunday mar. 17, 1935. Circulation 19,500

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