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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 08, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin To what our readers have to say. Fit will be a comm la this sunday journal times is bulletin paid for 71 eat lse4 of column Ujj vol. 5-no. 21. Racine wis., sunday sept. 8, 1935. Circulation 19,500 praises timely pictures by journal photographer dear editor we see Many wonderful picture in the paper by a othe journal times in to sure that other j readers Are As curious As i to know who he is. He deserves credit for his timely �??� the journal should be commended for the addition of photography locally to its pages. After All we Are entering a pictorial Era and a picture is one half the news. I think. I have been watching tire paper i closely and notice an improvement in the general appearance too. Perhaps you would like to knew that i am going to cancel my subscription to your out of town com i pc editor As my Only interest in it has been Fer attractive local pictures. The journal has Alwa its had the same news As they. W. B. I Arthur ave rehabilitation official lauded for kind deeds Par editor i was very much pleased to see the column sunday commenting or. Johnson of the rehabilitation Iii to Aion because he justly deserves it. Of course i know it is his duty hut i done to think there is another individual who would put his heart Ana soul in his work As he does the task of making life just a Little More comfortable for those Pool cripples who Are financially handicapped As Well. I shall never forget the special trips he made for us Hen my Little girl needed to be taken up for More treatments and examinations Etc. A great Many times when he takes a Case to Madison. He gives a lift to some other persons who Are not crippled but need other medical care who have no Way of getting up there otherwise. While at the Hospital he never fails to Call on All the different ones perhaps bring a package or message and believe me it surely feels like someone from Home paid you a visit. Everyone has a word of Praise for him he May he rightfully named a Racine s Good ??t thank you for the bulletin. A. L Lindern Iann ave blocking his driveway irks Auto Driver new edict of Relief Agency compels Home bread baking dear editor it seems that every time t want a to drive the tar into my driveway. Someone else s car is blocking it. J As a general Rule Only about half of the other fellow to car is in the j Way but that s just half too much j usually when in to in a hurry this always happens then i have to i nicely smile and one half Way around the Block and come in through the Alley. People Aren t allowed to Park a to front of a business driveway then Why should they Block a private drive Here s hoping i see this in print and also Hope a few of you careless a of Parkersr read this article. The bulletin is a mighty Fine paper. Continued Success to you. J. F. Washington ave employees urged to help inexperienced girls dear editor Why is it that employers Alwa s want girls who Are experienced there Are Many girls who know the work and who Are willing to do their very Best. But they Don t get a Hance to prove it. I know that it is what any pm i Plover wants experience. But it is awfully discouraging for girls who Are trying to make a place for themselves in this world. Why not help them a Little at least h. H. Route 3 have understanding Between teachers pupils dear editor a Shori time ago there was an article printed in the Racine journal times concerning the Cost of a a flunking in school. Of course the student was Given the blame in tirely. Nothing was said about the t cause though. I know Ever 0 Many i cases Iii which boys and girls sit up 1 late nights working out problems. I writing themes completing some difficult lesson for the following Day. But perhaps tile work is not entirely understandable. Then when he. Or she gets to school tile next morning the teacher will saw a Johnnie have you completed your lesson for Toda it a Ono but to to Oso 1 by. But that Means a Zero for class ?� would no to it have been better and just As easy to ask Why. And see where the trouble lies perhaps he was required to do a task for his parents Leavier him no time for Bis Home work. There May a e been several other reasons. It would help Eer so Many of our Voung school people to keep courage. And continue their educations so As to turn out a Fine lot of men and women to understand and manage our country in the future. May this Appeal reach the hearts As Well As the eyes of the teachers everywhere in Hopes that there will be a better understanding Between students and teachers. It will he with eager anticipation that i shall await the publication of my letter in tour Fine bulletin. V. H twelfth by wants Glass reflectors on arterial signs weather aids in drive to better times buyers invading stores again local stores report. Arrival of cooler weather end-1 ing of vacation periods a new and More optimistic Frame of mind on the part of the Public and a Nat ural trend toward return of Normal times Are cited by leaders of j Racine business institutions As the reasons for the Best business in several month and a greater vol Jume is reported for this season j than for the same season in 1934. Weather which has reminded strongly of november put the buy Jing Public in a Frame of mind for j topcoats new Felt hats to replace ancient and yellowed straws and1 new fall outfits in preparation for the football games and Oiler sports events and for social functions of the coming months. A wave of buying. Virtually All the stores have noted a wave of buying an atmosphere of enthusiasm among customers entering their stores and a change in the Type of clothing Pur chases being made. A glance into the stores shows that there is a distinct change j from merely sauntering by and looking languidly in to actually it swarming into store entrances and i making purchases. On the streets nearly every Man s head is covered with a Felt j hat or a Cap where Only a few Days ago they were As scarce wigglers in a goldfish plan will be launched w Ith demonstrations and recipes by mrs. Depuy head of service department. Just a experienced housewives head of the Home service depart of earlier years looked with a suspicious eve upon Young brides who bought their bread so will the Racine county Relief after october look upon women clients who refuse to indulge in the intricacies of baking bread biscuits muffins and other products of the Home flour sack. If families Are to have bread they must bake it. So says the new edict. And when one understands that the local Relief might save $5,000 in four weeks through ment of the Relief said. It is prob-1 Able that Many who never had the Opportunity to learn to bake bread properly will Welcome the announcement it was believed. Small families excepted. An exception to the bake your own bread plan w ill be made in Hie Case of Small families particularly of adults Only it was stated. In such cases the Cost to the Relief is Little More than were the families requiring a Small number of loaves i each two weeks to do their own baking. With the Large families where several dozen loaves Are consumed the new plan to be adopted As Fig 0ver a fortnight the Cost to the re elsewhere have proved the philharmonic society plans first rehearsal the Racine philharmonic society will open its season on Mon j Day evening with the first re j hearsay at the vocational school j at 8 Oclock. Wrussell Lewis directs the chorus and Alfred r. Hilker is the accompanist. Rehearsals will be held in preparation for the first of four concerts to be Given during the coming season at the first methodist Church. All singers interested in affiliating with this organization Are asked to be present at tomorrow night s rehearsal. County worker holds same Joo f 0 r 2 decades Quot Ari Berterman chosen courthouse janitor in 1915. Hay fever victims want Law to rid country of ragweed some sufferers report season to be very severe while others say they find it Light. Ures change seems logical. Easier to buy than to bake. The Relief officials believe that Many Young women now on Relief have never baked bread. It is simpler for them to buy it a ready made to to and even sliced. Yet with time on their hands bread making might Well be an interesting diversion. It is pointed out. At rate the Relief officials will launch the bake your of n bread movement with a series of demonstrations and recipes to be announced later. Mrs. Clara Depuy Fannie Hurst argues women Lief would be greatly lessened Home baking officials said. By clerks Given High rating Racine sales people Well trained in eff f Ici ency a vie w. While Many Racine ans believe that Hay fever suffering from ragweed is not As severe this year r. P. Rasmussen president of the Racine county anti Hay fever association says conditions Are much worse. A Othey Are so bad this year perhaps because of the Early Rains that even those who usually got Relief by going North Are returning declaring that there is no respite � from the attacks a to the said. A your citizens and children have co operated splendidly in aiding inthe War against ragweed a Ras i Ruissen said. A but it is the fault i of our City county and state offi Strong argument in favor of including the ragweed in the noxious weeds that must be eliminated by the state a he said. A Oit is time our officials awoke to the situation now really serious throughout the country. If we can secure legislation against other weeds which have no direct bearing on the health of the people it seems ridiculous that we cannot quickly effect a Means for eliminating the danger of ragweed pollen. A owe cannot expect in one year to time through children working voluntarily and without compensation to accomplish much More radio helps stir interest in headlines announcer an ally rather than rival of press. Clerks in Racine stores Are Given a High rating for efficiency by Dar i 17 1 it Vriesman Secretary of the Assoc a an Hill cd Var Tjon Commerce who has direct h Ono ?" or a women can Stop War Fannie Hurst noted american novelist said in a speech i Here. De a study at the request of merchants. Engaging experienced buyers who have trained sales people and who know when efficient service is peace problems Are largely in eing Given or. Vriesman has sent dear editor v while agr i read an account it the papers about an Accident Iii which one Driver had gone through an arterial and struck another car. Vas i read i thought. A othe fool could no to lie see it la be a Good lesson to ?� now i realize that the reason for this Man being a a of fool was that he was t superhuman. By superhuman i mean having the ability to see in the dark. The same evening that i read of the Accident i drove through an arterial Highway sign not because i was a fool but because i you Len t see the sign until t was almost upon the intersection. Some of our arterial signs Are lettered with Small Glass reflectors. These can easily be seen from a distance thus giving a Driver the Chance of slow ing Down to a Stop at the intersection. I believe that the Plain Quot Stop Quot j signs Are practically useless at night unless they Are situated tin \ Der a Street Light or veil know of their existence beforehand. I am strongly in favor of More reflector a Slot a signs and fewer needless Accident s. F. G. Kearney ave says Young children on bikes Are a menace dear editor there have been More bicycles in use this summer than Irr Many j ears past and it is a wonder there Nave not been More accidents than there have been. Children too Young for their legs to properly reach the pedals ride round Ani round the Block on the sidewalk. Wobbling Down highways into the Road Aud Back onto the sidewalk at the next driveway. Girls and boys even ride two abreast on the sidewalk and Dodge unexpectedly out into the Road traffic. If motorists get Gray Young. It is not to be wondered at. Bicycles for High school students who have a Long Way to go to school Are All right if due caution a used and the rules of the Road observed. But what a your children Are allowed to Dodge around and interfere Wuh hot Pedes it ans Ard motorists. There is sonnet he tag Radica -. Wrong w a 1 h the Parent who a i Low it Renu last w pc in less than turn to Page 12, column la As a Golan in bowl and in Many offices and places of business employers and employees toyed with the idea of ordering autumn wardrobes and other needed articles. While stenographers flirted with the leaves of fashion books and planned to budget their savings to include additional attire. A oits the natural thing that lower temperatures should remind people of the heavier articles of clothing that Linen suits have about outlived their usefulness As far As this season is concerned and that it to definitely buying time a said one store manager. Coal dealer Happy. A people on their vacations weren t concerned so much about a buying any thing except the things j they needed or wanted for f ii Al r vacations a another asserted. A now that vacations Are about ended at Tention is being Given to prepare 1 tons for the fall and Winter ?� Coal and Wood dealers also Are noting a stepping up of business j a Oit is quite natural for Many a said a fuel dealer a that Little thought of the Coal bin is Given until chill j winds Start to blow. While a number of people Are systematic about replenishing their Coal piles during the off Ligating. Period our sex i Prience has proved that a Large percentage wait until they actually i need it before they Lay in their supplies business in general shows a marked improvement Over that of last year Ai tills period merchants and other observers state. Several of the larger stores have added clerks to Speed up the handling of Trade. This is cutting Down the unemployment Load and putting Money in the hands of others who spend and Iii turn creating a demand for manufactured products necessitating the employment of More in the factories. The hands of the women a she said. A Omen have proved that even though they do not want War they will tolerate War. Train the children against it let the women oppose it. Eliminate the profits and War will become so unpopular there Tell be no ?� she also challenged nations to make it impossible a ofor a group of men sitting around a Council table to plan War with its attendant ?� miss Hurst emphasized her distaste for the word �??� women Are human beings and As such Are doing their bit in a Modem world not a it declared. Window Washer shows shattering contempt for Job Healdsburg Calif. A a during the week. Alexander Belkin washes windows in san Francisco. At other times particularly when lie is under the influence of liquor he indicates a dislike for windows especially to big windows. During one of the a other times Belkin encountered a big display window. He kicked it. Shattering the plate Glass. He was sent to jail in default of $250 Bond. Heart stimulant found in Hawaii s Bud of Romance Honolulu. A Lake the hawaiian Moonlight the hawaiian night Blooming cereus has Long been accused of having a romantic heart effect upon visitors. Now. It develops the cereus trively is a heart stimulant. Fresh blossoms Are being gathered and shipped in 100-Pound lots to a drug firm in new y Ork City which makes them up into a Cactus pellets it used to invigorate tired hearts. French girls say it with cake i swains fear getting the oats9 them to the stores desiring the service with instructions to gather information sought. The purpose of the study is to give store managers the viewpoint of the Custo Mer and to ascertain whether sales i people Are giving the Type of service that the buying Public de mands. A High Standard found. A owe have found with few except. Tons. That a High Standard of Effi-1 Cliency prevails among our Racine clerks a said or. Vriesman. Nowhere inefficiency in any form is Obaer Jed. Information is turned Over to feminists she ithe store managers w to approach the clerks concerned and Correct i them on the Points on w hich they Are ?� personal appearance sales Abil i try manner of approaching the customer familiarity with Stock i honesty Courtesy wrapping size of bags used for purchases made and testing coins to determine whether they Are genuine or counterfeit Are the most important i Points considered by the buyers. Clerks in the larger stores arc expected to test every piece of Silver accepted by dropping it on a Marble slab at the base of the Cash Register. Tests made. An article in a National Magazine recently told of similar tests and results obtained. One test waa that of sales initiative. Buyers were instructed to observe How much Effort was made to sell something that was not bought on the buyer to own initiative but through Tho suggestion of clerks. One buyer was Given $10 and told to spend As much of it As i necessary on the Purchase of Arti a Des that were properly urged by clerks. He returned with it.50, and a conclusion that clerks were not exhibiting tile efficiency necessary in that direction. A Oby Way of contrast a said or. I Vriesman a of Racine buyer was Given $10 with similar instructions j after his shopping trip he returned with plenty of packages and no Cash indicating the alertness of Racine s sales ?� oldest in Point of service As an appointive county employee Arthur j. Berterman. Janitor at the courthouse has just rounded out 20 i years in that capacity. Ile served first in the old Structure on Mon j Ament Square and was transferred i to the new to building on its completion. Art conceived the idea of becoming a janitor while he was at work remodelling the old courthouse. In those Days it was customary to submit bids for the Job. Thirty two aspirants filed applications for the position and although his bid was highest the county Hoard of super i visors selected him for the Job. He has been retained each succeeding year. In 1915 he began his employment with the county. At that time five women and 12 men were employed in the courts and departments. Of this number at the close of August Only four of the original number were still found in their places in the courthouse. They Are judge e. B. Belden Horace Edmands assessor of incomes and miss Nell Patrick in the income assessor s office and Berterman. Of the original number 12 survive including Berterman. The others Are miss Bess Jandl mrs. Glen Downing then employed in the office of the Register of deeds Nail Patrick miss Rosetta Bowman. Then registrar in probate turn to Page 4. Column 2 a Campaign such As was we aged and will be waged yearly is a bares Orkin of streamline principle first used Iii hoop skirt 69 years ago. By see m. See the secret of the origin of the streamline trains and motor cars is out. Investigation shows that i Back As far As 1866 the streamline principle was known and made use of but not in conveyances. The streamline principle first appeared in the manufacture of hoop skirts. The sunday bulletin vials that such a condition exists. Than an educational Campaign acquainting people with ragweed and its significance. Ragweed still abounds in the City and county and it should be compulsory that it be removed. Cites instances. A during the ragweed Campaign and afterwards the association re i Cei Ved Many Calls from interested adults throughout the City pointing i out prolific patches of ragweed and asking that it be removed. The association is helpless to remove the Weed since necessary legislation does not now exist against it. A oif Only one person in each Block were suffering from Hay fever much of it developing into an asthmatic condition and affecting the heart the condition would be serious. A greater percentage than that is afflicted. In any other disease some not nearly As serious the authorities would be immediately on the Alert to Check and prevent its ?� plan to act. Rasmussen urges All those interested in we timing out Hay fever to write their legislators and impress upon county and City officials the need for Quick action. Argument starts about question of hair strength is hair a Symbol of strength two Racine men started an argument on this subject last week and before Long several had entered the discussion. The question \ remained unanswered except in the minds of those discussing it each retaining ii is own views. One contended that a hairy i chested Man is no stronger than i one without hair on his Chest. He also argued that his wife s health had improved since she had her Long hair Cut 12 years ago and that a thoroughbred horse with Short hair will out work a Long i haired draft animal j a Strong opponent pointed to Sampson of the Bible whose Tow Jering strength left him when his locks were shorn by a woman. Plan Swift trip from Tokio to Mancho Tikimo Tok ?" pm Tokio and Hsin King. Capital of Manchukuo Are to be put within 36 hours of each other by rail and boat if the plans of the ministry of railways and the South Manchuria railway materialize. J Hose plans contemplate reducing the rail trip from Japan s capital to the port of Niigata on the sea of Japan to five hours. The boat from Niigata to the port of Rashin in Korea would make the trip in 24 hours instead of the two Days at present required. Discovered that fact in an advertisement printed in the oct. 17, 1s66, Issue of the weekly Racine i advocate. The a Empress Trail 1 hoop skirt heralded As the great i est invention of the age was a Pat j enter article. It was claimed by the manufacturer of this improved hoop skirt that a Othey Seldom break and consequently preserve their perfect and Beautiful ?� maximum of cd i fort. Claimed for the new Type of hoop skirt was its wonderful flexibility and great Comfort and pleasure for the wearer. That was particularly True the advertisement stated a oin All crowded assemblies operas Railroad carriages Church pews Arm chairs and promenades As the skirt can be folded when in use to occupy a Small ?� a othe three Bottom rods a the inventor claims a also Are double steel and twice or double covered to prevent tile covering from wearing off tile rods when dragging Down stairs Stone Steps ?� they also were guaranteed a Oto give the wearer the most Graceful and perfect shape possible a besides being the most comfortable skirt made. Imagine hoop skirts of that Type being worn in Racine on Busy shopping Days in the downtown District the police would be i called upon to Supply double the who is Best Cook father Mother doubt is raised in the minds of most people cooking in associated with women. This May to be due because in the Home the Mother presides Over the i household duties while the father i is engaged in some other Pursuit to provide tile funds with which to support the family and that the Mother is the natural feeder of the family. Most of the hotels and restaurants in Racine As Well As in other cities however employ to men for that work whereas waiter service and dish washing is about evenly divided Between men and women. Hotel and restaurant managers say that male chefs can withstand the strenuous duties of the Large Kitchen better than women. In contrast with cooking in Small pots kettles and pans in Ordinary Homes heavier utensils Are necessary where Large quantities of food Are prepared and these demand greater exertion of More strength. A of Good Many men can Cook better than a great Many women and there Are just As Many to who May not be As Well qualified As some women Are a declared a Racine hotel manager. A but generally speaking men Are better Able to perform the work ?� while male Cooks feel at Home behind hotel or restaurant ranges few of them would consent to perform culinary duties in the Home at least As a regular thing. After a Dave to to cooking most of them Are glad to get Home and dig into food prepared by Mother or wife. A food like Mother used to Cook is still prepared by women in the Homes but it is just As Well and frequently better prepared in leading restaurants and hotels by men a a restaurant operator asserted. When radio stations of the country started broadcasting news of the Day tas part of their programs Many got the impression that it would injure newspaper circulation because people would sit in their Homes or in their offices and listen to the news and then they would no to need to read it. A recent Check up by a National newspaper trades publication reveals that the opposite is True that news flashes help to increase rather than decrease newspaper circulation. Experience of the journal times circulation department also bears this out. News hunger created. Radio listeners receiving flashes of the Day to news become interested in Many of the subjects mentioned and then await the arrival of their newspapers so they May get All the details and so that they May is More positive As to names and circumstances involved. The most recent example of circulation gains was that following the Rogers Post crash. When the Flash was received at the journal times office it was broadcast Over station Wren and an announcement was made that an extra edition would be printed. Shortly afterwards the extras were on the Street and newsboys were handing them out in All directions. People were driven to the Newsstands and to newsboys hungry to for details and additional information on the catastrophe. An ally of papers. The Lindbergh kidnapping Anil the Hauptmann trial Are other Fine examples of the Strong ally that newspapers have in the radio. There Are hundreds of other examples of happenings in Racine and Vicinity not of National importance where the radio station has been brought into play to the successful advantage of the newspaper. Improved City hinges on one Many to memory tattle Rock ?" a on the memory of c. L. Burrell negro employee of the Street department rests the Success of a Survey now being made of the City s sewerage system preparatory to rebuilding with a pea loan. Since 1913 Burrell has headed the Crew to that cleans sewers. His memory to of the Many lines records of which have been lost in the City Hall is the Only Hope of the Engineer to office in plotting the system necessary for completion of the loan. The accuracy of the negro was demonstrated when he missed by a to inches a manhole buried four feet under ground which he had not seen since cleaning it seven years ago. This would be accomplished by i amount of traffic service Especial ay1gox. France a a Fol lowing an ancient medieval Cus 1 Tom. Provencal girl still a of pop the question even in 1935. This is How it is done. The Young woman bakes a delicious Provencal cake called a �??� then she places it with a Jar of wine outside her House. In fact certain old houses have riches in the Wall made especially for this purpose. A when her prospective husband appears he eats the cake and drinks the wine. Finally he leaves a Token in the Niche usually a Silken Sash or Scarf. This is his Way of saying a will you marry me a she answers the following sunday simply by wearing the Scarf or whatever it was when she goes to Church. A few weeks inter tile wedding Bells ring. But if the Provencal girl prepared the a fou gasses As a joke if she considered it Only As a pleasantry she says no to the Young Man by offering him a handful of Oats. Holding up the bridal party after tile wedding still is a common custom in Provence. A Flower docked rope is stretched across the Street and kept there in ii tile bridegroom pays toll to cupids highwaymen. Further when a French girl marries a Young Man from another Village her old friends barricade the Road until the Groom Las treated everybody to drinks. Instead of resenting the custom the Bride judges her popularity by the size of the crowd that stops her. On the bridal night friends Bones disclose Odd deformity in circus giant Rochester n. ?" a a rare physical deformity known As a funnel Chest has been discovered Here in the Skeleton of a giant circus Pei former. Charles h Ward anatomist who mounted the Skeleton said the 7-foot, 3-Inch nameless giant was a Freak primarily because the sternum or frontal Chest Bone Sank inward bending the ribs in the form of a u. Many doctors have never heard of this deformity a said a English and american medical books rarely mention it. The Crevice in this Man s Chest was from six to eight inches deep. Placing 28-knot vessels on the run. From Rashin on into the capital of Manchu quo the s. M. R. Would use diesel engined electric trains capable of covering the 420 mibs in seven hours. Also serenade the newlywed couple j the sternum is less than two Inch sometimes there is music by the local band. At other times the serenade is merely noise. In e Groom pay bedlam of or Case the Brid the serenades a was the custom y ears ago. In Rural America is from the spinal column. It must have crowded the heart entirely to Ore Side and sharply divided the ?� history of the Quot a Skeleton i unknown except that the Man was a circus performer. Plans to enlarge Shakespeare memorial s t r a t of of do n a Yon ?" pm although it already seats More than 1,000 people plans Are being considered for the enlargement of the Shakespeare memorial theater Here. Architects Are discussing an Extension of the gallery and other Al Ward. Iterations As it has been found impossible to accommodate All the applicants for seats in the cheaper part of the House. The season now lasts 22 weeks and in that period the theater is one of the most consistently successful in great Britain. Visitors including Many americans motor hundreds of mile to attend Matins and every night scores of automobile Are parked around the building. In in narrow to store aisles and at store entrances where there would be bound to be �??� Spanish lottery advertised. Lotteries were advertised in those Days just As were commodities. One of the advertisements appearing in the Issue of the weekly paper was that of the Royal Havana lottery of Cuba. It was inserted by the Taylor amp co., banking House of Wall Street new York. The advertisement announced the lottery was conducted by the Spanish government with drawings of $360,000 every it Days. Prizes cashed and further information furnished and doubloons and All kinds of Gold and Silver purchased the advertisement stated. Weather Outlook weather Outlook for the period of sept. 9 to 14 a for the Region of the great lakes temperatures near or below Norma much of we a not much precipitation Likely. Evangeline Booth declares world War against sin new York n. ?"a a Owaru against sin throughout the world j declared Gen. Evangeline Booth of the salvation army began Friday. A general Booth was for More than 25 years commander of the salvation at my in the United states and now has Headquarters in London. Miss Booth s message to the salvation lists in 90 countries and j colonies is entitled a othe world for god manifesto declaring a new offensive against the forces of sin throughout the w ?� j the general lists As the sins that should be wiped out greed hypocrisy immorality gambling Blas a Phemy malice hatred murders thefts cant jealousy cowardice fashion Pride conceit selfishness and lying. Gen. Booth Hopes to reach 1,000,-000 persons. She has directed that from 8 to to p. In. Friday there be hell in every salvation army corps Headquarters in the United states a of service of prayer and co Secra ?t Indian Village believed to be 2,000 yet a ars old Geneva n. ?" or a archaeologists excavating inside the East Shore of Seneca Lake have unearthed what they believe to be the remains of an ancient Algon Kin Village ant dating the birth of Christ. The expedition is headed by William a. Ritchie of the Rochester museum of arts and science. Among the curious articles unearthed were Hunting and fishing equipment sinkers drills hammers adze awls Perforator and a Pestle apparently used tor grinding vegetable Fod. Anzac Gallipoli \ cts find old Pep s zone j ?" of a Twenty j years have taken their toll of the australian soldiers who fought in the Bullet swept trenches of Gallipoli in the great War. The old wind in t what it was in those Days and the legs revolt. With that in mind the returned soldiers to league changed the route i of the Anzac Day March up to Melbourne s War shrine. Previously the sex soldiers have trudged up a Long incline heading straight for the shrine but this year they to will tackle it by a circuitous route. The decision was reached after several Heartfelt addresses by in who said they barely made the it top last year

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