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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 05, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin
What our readers have to say. Fit will our hrs Roll an cd i a ment lied i in Tobii Coinman Ujj sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5-no. 3. Racine wis., sunday May 5, 1935. Circulation 19,500 Here to a Chance to assist boys rear sir this is just a in to remind the thousands of friends of Racine boys that this is the tenth anniversary of the founding of the y. M. C. A. A amp anon Jig on Little i Ake Elk j Hart. Surely our City is riot willing to let so significant an occasion pass without joint special recount the slogan of Many of our cities today is a of for every needy boy i in some it amp for at least one week. No Racine boy also should to starved for the Chance to enjoy at past a Britt period in an outdoor a Jiin a act inspirational leadership Many boat s. Of course an go with relatives a it a friends to the farms or to the not the Woods hut the hundreds of underprivileged hot s in our t try should All he taken care of this season. That would be the finest gift that it Ould he arranged to show out appreciation of 1 he wonderful work that Ray vanes j a been doing for our hot it a during the last ten years. Anyone who is willing to help a boy get his share of a summer s health and happiness just speak to any a Quot Secretary or any member of the boys work committee j judge Burgess. Joseph Martin John Jorgensen Louis rope. Allen if Ford. Rev. I. K. Roberta George t. Colman Wallies Loomis Ernie l. Mrk Icka and Judson Stone. Very truly yours ceo Uge t. A it Ilman. Cleveland a it for people will talk if Jou i a ctr n to All that is said As you go ton act through the world but twill be very slow. You la be worried and fretted and kept in a Stew. For meddlesome tongues must have something to do and people will talk. Of quiet and modest you la have it presumed that Jour Humble position is Only assumed. You tre a Wolf in sheep to clothing or else you tre a fool but Don t get evened a keep perfectly cools for people will talk. And then if you show the least boldness of heart. Or a slight inclination to take your of n part they will Call you an upstart conceited and vain. But keep straight ahead done to Stop to explain for people will talk. If threadbare your dress and old fashioned your hat a someone will surely take notice of t hat and hint rather strongly that you rant pay Jour Way but done to get excited whatever they say for people will talk. Banks on Road to recovery in fashion done to � ape. Then in a differ f your dress 1 h i n k to for they Cirii Cut shape you tre ahead of your dreams or your tailor s unpaid but mind Jour own business there to naught to he made for people will talk. Now the Best Way to do is to do As Jeu please for your mind if you have one w ill then he at ease. Of course you will meet with All sorts of abuse rut done to think to Stop them ifs not any use for people will talk. K. R. Kinnic ave says its insulting to be respected dear editor May i add my remarks to those already made concerning deference. Or a show of respect to women would i startle anyone in stating i consider it insulting to he in sported ? Young men Are supposed to tip a heir hats to old men As Well As to women. When i am an old Man i will he thankful to those younger ones who consider me their equal. Who treat me As they treat men of their own age. Who do not treat me courteously and kindly As though otherwise i would fall apart Iii my senility i should think a woman would at Bast be embarrassed if not insulted by men who treat them As though they were weaklings. I i Lunk women can stand up in buses As Well As men. It is not such a great athletic feat As to be adaptable Only to the stronger male. I l. It Grove ave Story on Page 12 a Osc of hers at old Racine Bike track two wheeled Speed of the Type popular in Racine in Post Spanish War Days is personified in this picture of starters in a race at the old bicycle track. The track was located near where Flett and Grange ave Nues intersect with Washington after bicycle racing began to Wane As a favorite sport baseball and football games Drew Racine crowds to the Cycle grounds. Among Many prominent citizens shown in this picture Are or. Leech menzo Waite professor a Lerv Schulte and John Zirbes. Judith prefers men of brawn Story on Page s you d smile too mrs. M. Blank is pleased with the Marlboro Gas Range Given by the Wisconsin Gas and electric company and no wonder it was the grand prize she won at the journal times to Spring cooking school. Story on Page 12 photo by 8 Emman studio. Rey rookies m in my girl scouts shown conferring on the 11135 cookie Sale for Camp funds Are. With their Leader left to tight Jean Nette Rasmussen mrs. A. S. Pfeiffer. Marion Marsy Helen do pens and Mary in Jelliffe. The Sale starts tomorrow. Would Stop Ball playing in Parks de or ?tor i am writing this letter in answer to n. Spark ave., of last sunday wonder Why children can to play a to 1 a to about two weeks ago i passed through the Fark Avenue Park. To and beheld five or six to s w Ere trying to turn the Park into a baseball Diamond. Parks Are certainly a place for the kids to play but not a. Suppose Stone youngster would get hit by a Ball a adding serious injuries besides ii is impossible to have Parks where the City can take Pride in if they turn to Page i column i men of might just naturally succumb to the charms of Judith Allen film actress shown in striking pose in the top photo. Divorced is months ago from Gus Sonnenberg. Wrestling Champion Judith now is the Bride of Jack Doyle Young Irish heavyweight Boxer below. They told their friends the Date was june thin slipped into Mexico for a secret wedding. Jean Muir to Fortune of $80 drops to $9 before Landing Job Hollywood. A it up a Jean Muir. Who came to Hollywood three Jears ago with ust he is building up a Bank account with her film earnings and expects to retire when Aho saves $250.odd. Behind that to ii St thir is a Story. The Pine it rumpled dollars Bills hidden under the paper lining of a Dresser drawer in the cheapest room of the a w York y. W. C a., were the Jean Bio a Ca. M i Story on Page 2 Pioneer r \ a Tine store this general store was established at 1512 state Street by James r. Gibbs in 104 and it has been in existence Ever since. Men who operated the store after or. Gibbs sold it in Sirg were George Nobles and Leslie and Bertram George. The latter two Are shown in the picture. Bertram George gave up the business in in9�> when he joined the police Force. The store was the first business House to be operated West of the North Western tracks on state Street. Wins oilman Matko the Blond charms of Loretta Andrews. Above that won for the 21-year-old St Louis girl Elevation from a Hollywood chorus to acting opportunities have won for brr a wealthy mate As Well. Eol a Quot my a the marriage Cert nmn in Reno. It. Shit Siope Moor. A try n Fah fornia with Fra no in alien los Angeles Oil Man. She j. Made the rounds of the looking offices and cooked meals in their room against the rules. In two years she earned a few dollars to in extra role of picture filmed in an Arn she aroused enough interest St Vav a Mer brother Stupero in Brook a n to have a film test but Noth Jean Muir � d new be ing in me of it for weeks and there was just $3 left. Then came the Telephone Call Short and to the Point Quot Thev want Jou out in Hollywood. Thev v e Peen that to to. When can you leave a Jean thought of the nine dollars. A omy expenses a she began. A Otheya Tell be ?� Jean was too astonished to appt a eager. A Oil to a by ?� he said and she co ii Al have added a hungry with considerable honesty. A Ocan i go out by boat. Through the Lanai and get a Little rest a a oat you can do ?� a Oil Tell i e re a i a to to said Jean a when t hat the tory except that Jerin stir to had the $ a when rile reported for work in Hollywood four weeks later and she still has it Roma Lodge to Mark mothers Day May 12 Ron a Lodge no. 1116. Older the for of Italy will celebrate the tenth an nun i met hers to Day May 12 a it Dania bal \ program rom i 11�??� w announce entertainment de Tai later. Employees in ill reign As Bosses in downtown stores for 3 Days employ is will switch place with employers in downtown business houses on thursday Friday and saturday of this week when Ell pricing and merchandising beside advertising and other features will be conducted by the employees that rns elves. It in ploys Days a period of great interest flt a the Public nine television no threat to motion pictures san Fra no i so. Up Horne Trev n w ill not Hurt the movie. To Laird e. A. Merrick president of Tho Westinghouse electric amp manufacturing company As he sailed to the Orient on a Busine trip. People like crowds and will continue to go to the he declared. A Othey will prefer the life size pictures of the movies to the desk blotter f be the heme television pictures. A Oyelek Aion is All there h it Irba its limitation in and event. It a t something that to coming tomorrow or soon. It the clerks themselves will step in and arrange unusual bargains for the customers. Enthusiasm is running High with contests of various kinds among the clerks and other employees All vying with each other to be who can produce the interesting results for the Public. This i it the first event of its kind in Racine and probably in the Middle West. It is sponsored by the downtown business and professional association to develop Lead it his and Talent in the ranks of Cpl Oyes. In wednesday to journal time the advertising copy prepared by the employees from the different stores will be used. These will be Complete with All the shopping j news for employees Days and Promise some really different features according to committee in charge of the novel affair. Inspector to purse a to lifted to Lea Flam of when a Mon picked up Glen Rhudy on purse from the Street a was picture now differs from earlier times phenomenal increase in deposits shown during 1934. Story on Page 5 ready for Simm eke mrs. J. J. Becker i ready for summer temperatures. She la shown with the Kelvin tor Given by the Wisconsin tins and electric company which she won As a grand prize at the journal times Spring cooking school. By Frederic j. Haskin Washington. D ?" i special a Long strides on the Road of recovery have been made by the Banks of the United state since the time of the Bank Holiday when at one stroke. President Roosevelt closed the dont of every institution. Rut the banking picture is different than it was in earlier times. Much of the difficulties of the Banks was Ascribable to the i hoarding of Cash. The Public had i lost Confidence in the banking a i cil tics of the nation and not Only refrained from entrusting fund j to the Banks but began withdrawing what they already had on Deposit. This applied not alone to nervous individuals but business organizations corporations actually removed their funds and kept them in Safe Deposit boxes or in their own safes. Frequent runs on Bank. There were frequent runs on the Banks depositor becoming anxious to repossess their Money. This situation coupled with the freezing of Loans the decline in the value of securities owned and losses arising from the speculation of banking affiliates resulted at one time in Banks closing at the rate of one an hour. In Tho actively prosperous years of 1 928 and 1929, just before the great collapse demand deposits of member Banks ran around $16.-000.000,0<�0 to $17,000,000,000. Then the decline set in and in 19.13 deposits amounted to but $12,000,-000,000. It is difficult to by certain to what extent Hank recovery would have set in had not the government become a partner in some 7.000 Banks through Purchase of Stock by the reconstruction finance corporation and had not Congress enacted the Federal guarantee of Hank deposits the system hereunder deposits Are insured against loss. 1 Here have been Bank panics before and there have Bern runs on Banks. Recovery always followed the deposits of to a rdc flowing Back info the Banks or is j probable that Many depositors would have resumed in any event but the measures referred to undoubtedly hastened the event in this Case. The most timid souls were moved to turn their funds Over to the to a inks when it was shown them to what extent they were to he protected. Phenomenal increase in Deposit. I lie year j 934 showed the most phenomenal increase in Hank deposits Ever before shown in a single Twelvemonth. The total increase for that relatively Brief period was a bout $6,70b, and this brought the figure up to about where it. Was at the tim of the 1 9 29 collapse. I he largest it in in the in reach of deposits was in Tho accounts of individuals arid business House that is the great gain came from private sources rather than from governments or Banks. Tho Federal government is a big depositor and its figures showed a min of $670,000,000 during the year. De turn to rage 12, gob ?. It Story on Page 5 wins electric Washeko mrs. Thomas Durai. Above is shown with the grand prize she won at the journal time Spring cooking so Hoole a to a electric Washer Given by Mohr Jones. 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