Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
1 Nov 1936

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1 Nov 1936

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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - November 1, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Vol. 6�?no. 29. Racine wis., sunday november i 1936. Circulation Over 21,000 Sove our jobs Ash Mon asks dear editor i would like to debate with e. English St concerning the Dis \ postal of ashes. It s very True that it would be a great convenience to have ones ashes and tin cans removed each month by City collectors but what happens to those who have steady customers to haul ashes for i ask you what Hap i pens to those poor devils who worked Long and hard to work up j an Ash route so that they might earn a few Nickels. Sure i know j what you will say now a let them apply for jobs As a City col Lector. Well e. J., it might in Terest you to know that a Large Jarl of the people engaged in this pjs a Blister set season justness Are High school boys and a Ould not quit school to haul ashes i. For one happen to be one of these boys and therefore i be Lieve i know what i am talking about. Perhaps since you Are so interested in having your ashes hauled you would be willing to hire one of these boys to do it. What is the difference if you give a boy 5 cents a Basket or pay it in taxes please e. J., give us a Chance to keep our jobs we have worked so hard and Long to get. Lets have More opinions on this subject. B. P., Dekoven ave mobs once ruled votes sports editor scans events of past week record Aud then lose 2 games. Sales girls become Queens of Beauty in Manhattan the pm Al Here s Anagram on Roosevelt dear editor the other Day Ripley had an Anagram of the name Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Good idea says i to myself says i. So i worked up one. Using the letters in the name Franklin Delano Roosevelt i seem to get these words lies rankle vote for random is that advice truth prophecy or anagrams gone nuts thanks for the bulletin. W., Howland axe election official asks co operation dear editor in View of the coming election. I would like to have this message come to All the voters in the City. Most of the factories and offices close at from 4 to 5 Oclock and after that time until 8 Oclock and sometimes much later there is a j steady Stream of people coming in the Booth to vote. Now i Kivow by Reith Brehm what Price tenpin glory this might Well headline Story of Carlson coverings busting escapade at big eds lays last tuesday night. The car sons rolling in the state Street business men s league had games of 996, 1052 and 1024 for a 3,072 total that placed them at the top of the journal times a tenpin leaders a column. But although their series was Best shot in Racine this season tile car sons lost two games to Lincoln hardware. The hardware strengthened their hold on second place by bagging 1,009. 922 and 1.032 for second High total of 2,963 and keeping Pace with Hansen Auto paints league leaders. The hansens took third place in the single game division with a 1,086 Effort. Mat i Terer placed third in individual three game totals with a 680 series but this 253 single game was not Good enough to crash the l. Bards by rolling in the business men s classic league also missed a berth in the Honor Roll with a 264 single game during the week. His Mark was Only three pins Short of fifth place score fired by Chuck Cape director of i the state association earlier this season. Best team game in the business menus league a week ago was 1022 by Rehl cigars. Marquette Defeated. St. Catherine s Defeated mar that the people who Are working Oretta 12-7 in its Catholic con All Day can hardly get in to vote before 5 Oclock but there Are Many voters who Are not working who could very easily get Over and cast their ballot before 4 to lock and thus lighten the Load a hat always comes after 4 30, i am one of the election officers and know what i am speaking of and Hope that every registered voter comes out to vote and that they will also take this suggestion in the same kind manner in which it is intended. E. L., Dane blvd 3us Mon gives View on transfers dear editor i disagree with r. C. A., and a. C. H., on the Transfer subject. In he first place there Are no conductors on buses just a bus oper tor with plenty to do in traffic in downtown sections without people getting on at All Comers with transfers. We Are Only obeying orders when we refuse transfers. As for them being out of town people i know different because these people from out of town risk where they should Transfer. As for signs on Transfer Comers what Good would they be when people do not stand where the bus Stop signs Are l. O., Deane blvd visitor commends scout drum corps dear editor last week while passing through Racine i had the Good Fortune to receive an invitation to attend the practice session of the local boy scout drum corps. I was really amazed at the calibre of work these Young scouts Are doing. The corps shows an advanced training in both drilling and technique Seldom seen in corps of older men and organizations who have been together for years. It is understandable Why they won first prize at the Chicago music numbers played were unique both As to arrangement and a Hoice. Their drilling shows a finished training. Our City of fond do Lac laments he fact that we do not have a Nan the Type of or. William Peterson who takes As much interest my devotes so much of his time to a project of this kind. Racine can Well be proud of this organization and the personnel who directs its activities. S. J., fond do Lac supports into for skating rink dear editor j. la Salle Street has a splendid idea. A skating rink at Hor lick athletic Field is just what the North Side needs. In a not Only speaking for myself for the too is Only three blocks from my House id Horlink athletic Field at least turn to Page 4, col. 4 Ference Home coming football game last weekend. William Hor lick High led Kenosha 6-0 until Midway in the fourth Quarter of their big eight conference game at Kenosha but the red devils rallied in the final eight minutes of play to win 14-6. It was the fourth straight year that the reds counted their winning Points against Horlink in the fourth Quarter. Washington Park Drew an open Date. Racine a two Amateur football teams service sports and Sorenson coals played Kenosha Coopers. The sports lost to the Coopers on a last minute Field goal 3-2. The sore sons were routed by a Cooper Aerial barrage in a game at Kenosha sunday afternoon 72-0. The municipal recreation department announced that the indoor season will begin on Friday nov. 6. Massey Harris will play Belle City malleable and Dumore will meet Young Radiator at Mckinley Junior High while at Stephen Bull twin disc clutch will Battle Webster electric and j. I. Case will play Western printers. Viking a. C. Defeated Kenosha Simmons at Kenosha last sunday by a score of 2-0 to retain leadership of the Lakeshore soccer league. Racine d. B. S. Lost to Kenosha d. B. S. By a 7-0 score. The Racine Deutscher were Idle. Harry takes it in the Chin. The Racine baseball associations 1936 financial statement showed that the Racine Belles and More specifically Harry Cohen who was called upon to put a club representing this City in the Wisconsin state league this year took it on the Chin to the extent of $2,889. It was one of the toughest seasons from a financial standpoint that Cohen has experienced. Iti Kalsis Lulu Mil Riiff editor. New York. A Broadway had better look to its Beauty laurels for fifth Avenue has so much a Beauty in store a that it is a question whether the most attractive girls today Are behind the counters or the footlights. And after conducting my own a Beauty contest a in famous new York department stores i share the enthusiasm of out of town visitors who never fail to exclaim Over the remarkably uniform attractiveness of Manhattan a girls behind the counter. The six most Quot Beautiful ones i could find Are indeed a Challenge to Broadways most Pul Christu d i n o u s professionals and most of the hundreds of others i interviewed in the search for the most Beautiful six would do Justice to an Earl Carroll or George White chorus. Marian lining. All of the girls were nominated by the big department stores and specially shops that make fifth Avenue and environs a dazzling shopping Center As the most attractive and personable of their sales forces. And what a far cry they Are from the wan overworked Little creatures portrayed in o. Henry s pathetic stories about new York s shop Gir a Quarter of a Century ago. 1936 Salesgirl dress smartly o. Henry Likely recognize 4he fifth Avenue Salesgirl Here Are some of the Salesgirl aces of fifth Avenue who bid for Beauty laurels a Sally Hanford upper left Mary Mathale. Left Doris Menard right Pauline Glecker upper right Center Zoe Barclay upper right lower inset and Frances Gerbel upper right upper inset. Lists after Accident woman asks damages a a the successor to his showgirls a a Quot or in Midi the 1936 versions besides being Beautiful girls might Well be the Woodland u.8>�?m iss Doris Gerich of sacraments has filed a $51,000 damage suit for injuries received in an automobile Accident which she declares resulted in her lisping in her speech. Denied Beer negroes sue tavern for $200 Montreal. A 0j.pj a two negroes Here Are suing a tavern owner for $200 each because he refused to sell them a Glass of Beer. They charge the tavern owner had no right to draw the color line against them. Lightning bite set Twenty Forest fires Twenty Dorado Al Dorado Calif. A Odd a lightning established a new record in the cd Dorado National Forest recently when it started 20 Forest fires in one Day. Envy of their Richer Sisters of society so smartly turned out Are they from head to foot hair dress clothes manicure grooming makeup Combine to transform the a poor working girls of another Era into trim self reliant handsome Young business woman. These Are the six girls i would introduce to o. Henry As the most Beautiful Salesgirl in new York Frances Gerbel. Peaches and Cream blonde Mary Mchale fair skinned and Fine featured Pauline Gleick or Brown eyed Brunette Zoe Barclay strikingly blonde Doris Menard Brown haired and Sweet Sally Hanford shy and Titian. Here a what they Are like when you meet them face to face. Fenner Model turned to Selling Hie one redhead in tile prise group is Sally Hanford who was a photographic Model before she theatrical Broadway and fashionable Park Avenue no longer Are new Yorkus sole a show window so for feminine Beauty and Chic. Behind the counters of the great department stores on and near fifth Avenue Are Salesgirl whose attractiveness rapidly is becoming Anions among stage and screen Talent scouts. Marion Young fashion and Beauty editor for Nea service has interviewed and seen hundreds of these girls and has picked the most Beautiful and the smartest and Given you a glimpse into their private lives. Started Selling in the Junior misses department of Best and co. Brown eyes accent the striking Reddish Ness of her hair which Falls in soft natural Waves about her face. Sally a smile is infectiously Hawken n. She does her own dry cleaning shampooing manicuring. When she took the Job at Macy a she was just tired of idleness. Now however she works because she has to and looks for sincere and Majestic. She was Ward to a department store career born in new York lives with her j family dresses on her income is seven evening gowns 1 on this ones budget excessively modest in fact quite shy. In 0 in from finishing school to cosmetics counter Frances Gerbel has sold cosmetics for two and a half years at Macy a. She has the quiet almost ethereal kind of Pink and White blonde Beauty that motion picture scouts constantly seek. Brown eyed Golden haired she is 5 feet 7, weighs Iso pounds uses makeup lavishly but artistically. Miss Gerbel is the graduate of a finishing school in Switzerland Speaks French has taken special courses at Columbia University and is interested in dramatics. Her Home is with her Mother in wee Mary Mchale is one of the most stunning girls one is Likely to meet. Graduate of a finishing school in the East she has studied at the Art students league modelled at Saks fifth Avenue. For the past two years she has been a member of b. Altman s a ninth floor flying squad a a group of expertly trained Young women who can sell in any department. Miss Mchale is a True blonde with fair skin and Blue eyes. Her features Are finely chiselled with prominent Cheek Bones a la Marlene Dietrich. She stands 5 feet 7 weighs Iid lives in Manhattan with her Mother Brothers and Sistrum to Page 2, column 6. Fraud common in politics of Las Century repeating mud Sling ing and Strong Arm gangs used. Are you afraid truth will Sot you fro by Fraux Lovell managing editor of the journal times. Spree in cell vexes police jail inmate gets his liquor from tube through window. A what to do about it a that a the question being considered by the police who have discovered that friends of persons locked up in the City so court time Supply them with liquor by the rubber tube route. It has been suggested that a steel wire Fence be built on the South and East sides of the police station so that friends of prisoners cannot give them liquor. Last weekend a Man was arrested for. Being drunk. He had sobered up by sunday morning and remained sober during the Day and sunday night. When Daylight arrived monday the Man was again intoxicated and he was unsteady on his feet when he faced judge e. R. Burgess in municipal court monday morning. Tube through screen. One other time the same thing occurred. Investigation shows that the screen Over the windows of the cells is too coarse to prevent liquor being smuggled into the place. A Small rubber tube the police say is inserted through the screen where a window is open for ventilation purposes and one end of the tribe is inserted in a bottle of liquor. A it is pointed out that cells should be located on upper floors of police stations. By Hubert Johnson when the voter goes to the polls next tuesday he can be sure that j his life will not be in unusual Dan i Ger. A few decades ago he May 1 have taken his life in his hands. The Rowdy politics of last Century featured Strong Arm methods and corruption. Scores of cities had election Day mobs which terrorized All who would vote against the mobs candidates. Election frauds were taken for granted in Many cities and repeating and vote buying was a wholesale business. The history of new York politics offers hundreds of examples typical of scores of cities. In the election of 1868, the Success of the Tweed ring depended upon its control of the foreign vote which consisted of about one half of the entire vote. This situation made naturalization an important Factor in the control of elections. Tammany Hall perpetrated great election frauds by issuing fraudulent naturalization papers. As the new York Tribune remarked at the time citizens were made a at the rate of a thousand per Day w Ith no More solemnity than and quite As much celerity As is displayed in converting Swine into pork in a Cincinnati packing in 14 Days before election judge g. Barnard who would anything for tammany who had placed him on the Bench naturalized 10,093 men. Oath far Glass of Beer. Tammany Hall established offices where foreigners could obtain naturalization papers and witness to swear that they had been in the country Long enough to be eligible for citizenship. Henry Butts w to aided United states marshals in investigating the frauds testified a there Are men in new York w Hom you can buy to make a false oath for a Glass of Beer. These men hang around such places and Are always ready to go into court to represent parties one assuming such a name the other assuming such a tammany contracted with tweeds new York printing co., to print 105,000 Blank applications and 69,000 certificates naturalization. It paid the fees required for naturalization papers and gave foreigners red tickets which entitled them to their papers free More than 40,000 such tickets were issued in 1868. The Republican party also entered the business of naturalization but the party appealed less to foreigners. Wholesale repeating. When some of the foreigners w Ere questioned at the polls on registration Day they admitted they had obtained their naturalization papers at tammany Hall. At one polling place nine men were waiting in line to be registered. The inspector of elections remarked a we Are acting altogether too leniently in this matter the next Man who offers a fraudulent paper i shall order his arrest the nine men picked up their naturalization papers and hurried out. Repeating was committed wholesale. Tammany hired gangs who registered Many times. When the Day of election came the repeaters were Given plenty of whisky and changes of clothing to avoid detection and sent out to vote Early and often. It was common for a repeater to vote As Many As 30 Tymes. The repeaters generally were men who were unable to read and write. Criminals were also employed. Both parties practice repeating. In one District it was said an irishman came in to vote. A what name a asked the inspector a Michael Murray sir a he answered. A no Michael Murray on the list a the inspector said a a there a a Michael a should on gentlemen a said the voter and he pulled a piece of paper from his pocket a sure and it is Michael Murphy instil of Michael Mur p ver since the dim Dawn of an a a to equity fear has been Public enemy no. I. Fear has slaughtered More innocents ruined More lives devastated More lands committed More hideous crimes than All Tho other tyrants despots scourges and fiends in history. During the aeons that fear has dominated the hearts and minds of Man real courage has Seldom dared to assert itself. It is not that the world lacks plenty heroes or Ever lacked its heroes. Invariably however these great figures of history have been Brave in Only a physical sense. Men who defy death in its most horrible forms cavalrymen who charge into the Mouth of hell trans Atlantic fliers explorers lion tamers High divers or trapeze performers a the Woods Are full of Mem. Any expedition headed for the South pole or the Jungle terrors of South America can pick up Brave men for a dime a dozen either in Flop houses or in gilded palaces. Man never has feared Mere death or physical agony. But some of the greatest heroes of All time have fled in terror before a scolding Tongue or quaked at the thought of what the Good wife might have to say. Because they did no to have the courage to say a no a Many a valiant Soldier has been fleeced by a wily but persistent Salesman. Dad cear dwarfs and stunts Intel gence. It thrives in ignorance. It Breeds superstition creates jealousy hatred malice and discontent. It causes suicide murder and insanity. Fear assumes Many disguises plays Many roles and has Many allies. It is not always detected. Sometimes fear is mistaken for pretence or bravado. Fear often talks in a loud voice and puts on a bold front to hide its yellow Streak and faint heart. Fear is closely related to greed. It is a Distant Cousin of glitter and of pomp and it is the great Grandfather of that silliest of All scourges a inferiority Complex. Fear prompts men to lie to their wives deceive those who Trust them suspect their associates or subordinates and Quail before the truth. Men who fear work steal. Men who fear the cold facts lie. Men who fear the unknown Are us j pers Vitious. Men who fear alienation of their affections Are jealous. Men who fear loss of social prestige Are snobs. Men who fear what the orthodox might say betray friends in distress. Fear makes a yes men out of some employees and puppets out of weaklings. Individual and collective fear causes War and racial prejudice. Fear caused the tyrant to Butcher All theft St born and made the ancients sacrifice their own sons. In in Ijo ots of fear extend Back into Many a first and most primitive urge the desire for self preservation. In the beginning it was Only a physical fear but it grew and expanded and flourished and developed Many branches As Man acquired intelligence. Fear supplied the explanation for every mystery. Fire volcanic eruption meteors Thunder earthquake drouth famine plague violent storm a these were interpreted As proof of divine displeasure. Therefore Man feared. And because he feared he became development of a higher degree of intelligence will banish fear and All its attendant miseries and horrors snobbish Ness inferiority complexes and crimes. The truth will set us free. Snobs cowards Honolulu is battling Island insect pests cub a bugs get More attention Here than perhaps in any other City in the United states. Including those employed by the Federal government there Are 24 entomologists at work to control insect pests constantly menacing Island agriculture. Russians Send out 800 exploring parties Moscow. A us a the chief geological administrator this year has sen More than 800 expedition parties to various areas of the soviet Union. Eighty parties were in avg. Rum engaged exclusively in exp Kara mans in Luise Tion work and the rest surveyed a Racine Banks will be closed Mineral deposits already die tuesday election Day. Quot Wared. Many election inspectors were threatened with violence if they attempted to interfere with the false registration and voting which was their Job. A i think it next to impossible for any Man to go Down and get a Square vote at my precinct unless he had a regiment of soldiers with turn to Page 2, column i sunday bulletin

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