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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 06, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin I what our i \ readers have i to say. I Tsi w ill be Paia for to 4 i i an Moi int i re f j la in t Hilt couture i i. \ i let be cheerful Reader admonishes sunday journal times bulletin to. 5-no. 25. Racine i s., sunday oct. 6, 1935. Circulation 19,500 i am not in t Lance at it at be if maters it me to the col Writy of the p re a a rank. In the habit of t i Oenea mrs. I published the the1 Edi read school plans women trip to Milwaukee vocational Home service department slates tour oct. 17. With Europe in midst of worst War scare since �?t14, United states works on program to remain Neutral avoiding errors that sent us into last conflict Norse of Racine to hold festival at t wednesday to Mark Leif Erickson Day state department experts and friends of peace in Congress plan to preserve neutrality. It at Tai re min cd Sarn feet ration is extended to a be wives by the Home serv tent of the Racine Yota Oti ter a club Chai Whit the a1 Soh r in t ent of i my an i Plant a Exour de Grot and cd e of 6 i will May. It ii to visit e Home in Milwain the that a get i Ion in of is Inelus Inch or sri mus be electric Ingerma Asp is i adj it Tempo Bai for � bartered train at la Lay morning. Private f in to ave keep sick children isolated is plea Moth a John Ihnn and t neatly rect c Forert Case. I Ca or to i wish in to top of Moth i Little d the r i h Job a uld h i As i in k with a or had a1 ild to come j Itil a sore thru most Serroi de a put dirt b a to i modern As to it rep h flt gives sidelights on tenant troubles n to All inns women animations. A its will be made a1 expenses for banned to take a 0 thurs a tree tears will be at the service of the group while in Milwaukee. Need 150 registrations. It is necessary that at least 150 women enrol if the special rates Are to be obtained it was announced. Miss Beulah Meikle head of the j vocational school Home service department will be in charge. Reservations should be made As soon As possible by telephoning intros pest 1727 or by writing to the school she revealed. Miss Sarah Wenger authority on vitamins from the University of Wisconsin will be the guest of the cooking school Classer for four Davs starting monday. Miss Wenger will offer illustrated lectures her first at 7 30 Oclock monday night on Quot Why no vitamins a tuesday wednesday and thursday her talks will be a vitamins and our health a a practical treatment of vitamins and a vitamins in our everyday ?� need not enrol. From time to time the classes will offer prominent cooking and dietary authorities As a feature of the work. It will not be necessary to enrol if it is desired to attend any of miss Wenger talks next week. Social accommodations to handle the crowds have been made. With War Clouds lowering Over Europe and Africa the most vital question facing the american people is con we keep out of conflict if it comes the grim lesson of 1917 is before Congress of it seeks a Way to insure neutrality. The perils that tace this country and the efforts that Are being made to ovoid them Ore told in an enlightening article by Willis Thornton Nea service staff correspondent. By Willis Thornton Washington with Europe in the midst of the worst War scare since 1914, u. S. State department experts and congressional friends of peace Are hard at work on further plans to preserve american neutrality. No one Here considers that the neutrality act rasped by the last i Miu edly a ha5ty Congress and signed by the presi judges Praise women jurors rarely let sympathy Sway their judgment Jurist says. Of i apart of p Chil if i bad All Lect a special journal Wren. W ill e broadcast As ?" a Are women jurors As competent As men five recorders court judges think they Are just As Good if not better. The question was raised after judge John a. Boyne made a jury of 12 women acquit a defendant on Tive. T stolen property charge after they i had returned a verdict of guilty. Judge Boyne decided that women Are out of place in jury boxes Dent is the final Anwer. When this act expires feb. 29. 1936, several More plans will be presented to Congress to build a Complete program of a waging ?� that Job will be almost As hard As waging War. Rep. Maury Maverick of Texas for instance plans a Law that would prohibit Export of any material declared contraband by any fighting country. Senator Gerald Nye of North j Dakota though he believes the present neutrality act the most important Job of the last Congress would still further limit foreign Loans already restricted by the i Johnson act prohibiting Loans to i defaulters. The present neutrality act and Job does two things first it tells the world that the United states is going to make a determined Effort to stay Neutral no matter who fights. That definite knowledge has already had a restraining effect on the european situation. Second the act prohibits direct sales of munitions and a implements of War to fighting countries and specifies that americans sailing on ships of those countries do at their own risk. Cites world War lesson. These provisions boldly attack two of the practices that helped get the United states into the world War. Senator key Pittman chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee is hopeful. He admits the new neutrality Law is incomplete but believes it will be highly effect several groups join in plans Public is invited. Each figure $500.ooo.ooo All the churches in the United states i i i i i i a a total Cost of education for five years in m in m by m m m in � in � of i if i is i / a set 11 i ii i i a i t i to iof y. Ii i v ill Mumm t in i k All the surfaced roads in the United states u a jul v us v �1 us �1 ii a us total Cost of All medical care for five years k. C. Opposes slum razing City expected to reject $4,000,000 offered by government. I red or in Al yes Iai i lab time d to is for a nth of he sees Liber in Iii Only Tho nations Boston e United of the Kaine after his unique experience with radio station i the All women jury which he allowed to reach a a credit of guilty without instructions for acquittal. Other jurists however do not agree with judge Boyne. Here what some of them think a Oil the never seen Justice Niscar England and almost alone Rod get in n Divit sent w dining Freedom of the in of press and speech the of Laws by elected repress and Protection by ind courts of Justice. Was the message brought Eliot Wadsworth presi the Boston chamber of Judi a use of women jurors a said w. Mckay Skillman. A oin Pittman believes that a owe will avoid another War because we Learned our lesson from the world ?� the sudden and unexpected a of break that came with Ethiopia to Effort to assign Oil and Mineral rights to a mysterious British and american Syndicate shows How hard it is to foresee neutrality emergencies in Advance. But even Here tile definite will of the american people expressed through Congress in the neutrality i Quot a i i j in my a. � is$2- Lur .40 add i in Simf ll1 Kansas City ?" a the Federal government is ready to give Kansas City $4,000,000 for a slum clearance project but it appears the offer will be rejected. Both the democratic City administration and the real estate Board Are opposed. A. E. Hutchings chairman of the committee sponsoring the slum project and ministers Are urging acceptance of the offer to Clear tribute to the first norwegian to set foot on american soil will be paid by the norwegians of Ra-1 Cine at the annual Leif Erickson Day festival to be held at the y. M. C. A. Wednesday evening. The Celebration of Leif Erickson Day has been arranged by co operating norwegian groups of Tho City and will be open to the interested Public. Music will be furnished during the program by Tho Trinity English lutheran Church orchestra under the direction of Carl a. Gilman and the speaker of the evening will be Rev. L. M. I Gimmestad of Orfordville. Program is outlined. The program in detail follows March by orchestra song a Oja i Elsker Dette Landet address k. Holland piano Solo Ethel Pedersen overture a Queen of the North Fulton a Nord Havett Reissiger and Quot Yed tier net Ekhaus norwegian glee club directed by Ole Holm violin Solo. Wesley quam me address Rev. I. M. Gimmestad a Oreg Vil verge met land Tischendorf and a Norges Fjelde to to Kjerulf norwegian glee club vocal Solo mrs. J. A. Jacobson a Dekko from Norden Wick orchestra vocal Solo Everett Williamson closing March and a ostar spangled Banner a orchestra. Giant beanstalk rivals famous old legend ?" a one of the first australian Beans on the North american continent is growing at the rate of one Inch a Day in a Back Yard Garden plot in Roseville Mich. The bean produced by Louis total fire losses for Twenty years fact i like women on juries because act was a guiding Light for the they take their responsibilities state department. D seriously. Judgment Seldom swayed. Judge John v. Brennan said a women Are just As competent on juries As men. They judge cases r assistant fairly and rarely do they let sym of a reveals other Side of Relief question in Par editor thut flt re a give Vav Secretary of the Treasury tour of the continent. The steadily growing Power of big government Over the individual tot business banking private property and through censorship Over the news impressed wads or Dally when he was cd with the fact that the pol acts of Many european ments Are largely controlled men Upp Arti i Tov it. W a is More by time sine tro vement in extra Ordin widespread by estimated tha cording of the of Nglai to wad few natio distinct in spirit in a tic than in. Their Pathy Sway their ?� a of believe women jurors Are highly intelligent a judge Chaser e. Stein said. A women Are ust As Good As men. Occasionally l woman May be unsatisfactory to a jury a but the same can be said of a judge Harry Sweeny said he a jurors because they Ere extremely conscientious ready a othe great number of women on my juries have been very ?� lie Sai Ltd. A of find them As efficient As ?� fronted Des and govern liked Vav at ded the he not too sympathetic. A women Are just As Clever keen and intelligent As men on a jury a Aid judge Edward j. Jeffries. Perhaps women Are sympathetic nit in my experience i have found no in w than ?� also found a. Jean b. Chairman member of it jury Coromis deadly parallels seen. Those studying Means of a waging neutrality Here arc spurred by a series of deadly parallels Between today and 1914. They know that the neutrality problem the United states failed to solve in 1914-1917 will be even knot tier to Morova than it was then. You think perhaps that the United states has no particular interest in Ethiopia or Manchuria or the polish corridor. You Arentt interested. Well neither were you in 1914, nor were the people who were your present age in 1914. America was utterly unconcerned then with the network of diplomacy which had divided All Europe into two armed Camps Well before 1914. America knew nothing of the train of powder which once lighted at Sarajevo automatically ran Forward to explode ret san All nations at once. Of the secret treaties alliances understandings it knew nothing. The people the newspapers government officials even the state from a War tomorrow a Courtesy the foreign policy association measuring Wohl Wah Cost this Chart graphically shows the enormous Cost to America of the world War a sum equating All the social expense shown in the sketch. Our Active part Iii the conflict Cost us 25 billions. Our unpaid War Loans amount to 12 billions. With interest charges care of wounded and disabled widows and orphans and pensions the War now has Cost us at least 55 billions. The City to substandard houses and 1 Deffries it a disabled War Veteran provide new cheap improved j is stained the length of of and one half inches and is to and one half inches in circumference. Jeffries to vegetable Prodigy is one dwellings. The statement of h. F. Mcelroy City manager that there Are no slums in Kansas City and that Tavvo on a inc produced front it a would be a waste of Public j6eed sent to the Veteran by a Money to eliminate something i Friend in new zealand. Forget me not drive scheduled saturday Belle City chapter no. 9, Dis by helping the d. A. To help the tabled american veterans of the unfortunate War time disabled and that does not exist a brought a Sharp Rejoiner from Hutchings. Modern facilities lacking. A othe soil is different Here and the climate is too cold a Jeffries remarked to questioners. A of expect a Survey he said showed there eac1 Iny Beans will be big were 8,000 houses Here without i Enouf it a to provide a Square meal modern plumbing 23,000 families a Ore they Stop ?t do not enjoy the use of adequate j Jeffries an electrician before the plumbing 6,000 houses do not have j arid War has been Able to Wrork running water and that at least Ordy As a watchman since he was 1,000 houses Are unsanitary. A other cities and towns Are begging for government Aid to clean up their slum District but Here the offer is rejected because the disabled in service. He Bas devoted his spare time to developing unusual vegetables fruits and hybrids in his Small Garden. The australian bean Pale Green City administration and the real la color grows to a length of five estate Board contends it would i or six feet in its native soil. It is their dependents by emergency Relief employment and rehabilitation service we also thereby help this Community. Citizens who Wear the Little Blue Flower of remembrance will be honouring the dead by serving the world War will conduct the annual forget me not Appeal in this City next saturday oct. 12. The d. A. V., As this organization is commonly called has a charter of incorporation from Congress and is therefore the official spokesman of by and for surviving disabled. Tile War time disabled being com j posed of. And representing Only those world War veterans w to were wounded gassed or disabled by reason of their military service. Most of us. Perplexed by the Dis economic problems of this nation have been wont to think that the Federal government supposed to. And does adequately take care of its a Var time disabled veterans Only a few of us realize department itself. Were almost Tjia about a lev n Are i reports re i Al of Oil medical fake Izmir 96 out ire see ?� these on trial p into a press upon All of sity of conducting dignity and Intel country. Ads show that it women who i tors by the it ing for the first realizing that in a ser Ihen Thev Der the it Cir actions in ?� voices request tor fall cleanup weather Outlook Lod of n o p u is a a or lir latter no erasure Der wed no temp flt wants sign pointing to West High Street Genen at Ion o pm. Or of of equally ignorant. Today we know a Little More about such things hut not much. Security was false. Most people Felt As did David Starr Jordan director of the world peace foundation who wrote in 1913, a what shall we say of the great War of Europe Ever threatening Ever impending and which never comes we shall say that it v ill never come. Humanly speaking it is ?� the assassination of the austrian Archduke on june 28, 1914, was a one Day sensation in the american papers. Few Hail Ever heard of either the Archduke or Sarajevo. It could t be important. For nearly a month America forgot it. And then suddenly about july 2 5. The papers blossomed with a Europe at Point of War a even when on aug. 4. All Europe w As ablaze few people believed it could have any direct effect on America. The new y Ork Sun Well represented thinking american opinion when it said Quot there is nothing reasonable in such a War As that for which Europe has been making ready and it would lie Folly for the country to sacrifice itself to the frenzy of dynastic politics and the clash of ancient hatreds which is urging the old world to destruction a still. Me went to mar. 8 ii word a it. E being w toll urn to Page i Quot column z it per cent of the service connected disabled veterans receive less than $30 per month compensation if u n e in played these partially compensated disabled men find it extremely difficult to make ends meet. Thousands Manhout Aid. Most of us tire not aware of the fact that there Are still thousands of world War veterans who were actually disabled by reason of their military service who have not yet been Able to legally establish that fact to the satisfaction of the veterans administration. Anil Vav to. Therefore need expert assistant e in the technical in in claims As Well it d a As emergency Relief advocate to secure an Opp for suitable employment of these services the d. A tempts to Render to their i Lunate War time disabled to Render such Servi by the d. A. Nee special Unity the in. At the general Public it idles adequate the assist and Ance of for that reason conducts its annual forget me not Day Appeal. Surely there could be no More worthy cause than this. Back in 1917-18, we promised to take care of these boys Atter Thev returned says sentiment needed in cemetery business Swampscott mass. A sentiment is needed in the a cemetery business a according to superintendent Harry e. Sanders � is of the Harrisburg cemetery. I a sentiment should be the very foundation of the cemetery Busi j Ness a Sanders said at the 49th annual convention of the association of american cemetery superintendents Here. A not Only in design and epitaph is an expression of sentiment often lacking hut also in the use of the great positive statements of our Christian Faith. Very Many headstones and monuments in our old churchyards contain verses of sgt rupture that showed without a doubt that those people believed in the verities of the scriptures. A oin this connection we note a glaring Lack of Rich symbolism that might be used to Good advantage. The majority of the average monuments that Are erected in our cemeteries Are often conspicuous by reason of the showy Way in which the family names Are Cut on them. There is rarely any word of expressed of the Christian life or the Christian Hope in Short there is Little expression of the consciousness of god at All. A useless sentiment in the cemetery proper sentiment is never ?� work a hardship on property owners who Bear the greatest portion of taxation a he said. A however holders of real estate should realize that such slum areas Are costly to the City and the income from them is Small and that Here the real hardship is worked upon property ?� blamed for immorality. Disease immorality and delinquency go hand in hand with such districts Hutchings said surveys show. Locally he said it was found that in Fie per cent of the City to area where 16 per cent of the population lives 40 per cent of juvenile delinquencies occur and 40 i it or cent of the City to tuberculosis cases exist. Immorality he said is traced to overcrowded conditions. Presenting the real estate Hoard to Side of the controversy Byron t. Highly esteemed As food. Gave away ?$125,000 bookmaker Dies poor London a a a Man who once Laid a bet of $500 against a Carrot is dead. He was Joe Barnett a bookmaker nearly 79, and one of the turfs most lovable characters. The King Edward Aii Hospital at Windsor was one of his principal interests. A month ago lie headed a collection among his friends which realized $5,000. He is believed to have died almost a poor Man for he gave away about $125,000. The Best of Many stories told of him during his years on Tho turf concerns a Day Atys Tork races when he offered a bet of $500 to a Carrot on a horse. He produced Schutz president of the Organiza a Large Roll of notes. A Man Rush Tion said there Are now vacant 5.235 habitable units which rent 1 for $15 or less a Quot month. A another Point is that while there Are Many families occupying houses and apartments that Are not modern they still would be unable to pay the rent the government would ask for its houses a Schutz said. A Many houses also Are out of repair because rents have declined to rapidly and Many vacancies exist that owners have been unable to make ?� cd off and returned with a Carrot. Someone else held the stakes. Joe Barnett won the Carrot. He was known for half a. Century As one of the smartest dressed men on the turf. Al Smith will get Golf cars from Idaho i rom c they til Tou go War tin g Rati should it Ous in d. A. In or us their r Ling to f need in us i our d a it Boise it and a Othree comprise a Alfred e. Is ?" ?"an Antelope it a four cougars will Uip ment from Here to dts of Neva y Ork. 51 the request from the former governor to help populate the Central Park zoo in new York a a a a c h a p granted As As tile a nation can be collected. A ingenuity looms in commercial Field Addis ?"<u.p a there a fellow from Texas who wants to sell the Imperial government a million toy balloons. The idea is simple. The North a Ca was mined during the world War. This is purely an adaptation of the idea. The air is mined. A bit of dynamite is tied to the balloon. It floats somewhere above the City an air plane comes along and. There another fellow who wants to Market almost any Given number of Metal sandals to protect tie Bare feet of the ethiopian army against a burning chemical. According to High official sources the government i re it i orig i bring bump either. 140,000-mile travels galled Mere Start fond do Lac mis. A 0j.r>�?" Arthur f. Kane who left Here for Mexico City five years ago returned recently after travelling More than 1 40,000 Miles through Europe Asia and Africa. He said he a Ojust started travelling and kept going to avoid the ?� his most interesting journey he said Wax from the Arctic Circle across Europe and Africa to Cape town. He was accompanied by Walter j. Kahler a German photographer whom he met in Japan. Factory off music to Speed up output Auckland n. Z. a music helps to raise the output in milliners to workrooms judging by the experience of a firm Here which recently installed radio sets in its factory. A owe find that since we supplied music a girl can make 15 or 16 hats in the time she formerly took to make a dozen a said the owner of the act Oil

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