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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 14, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Churches arrange Good Friday services what our readers have to say. I it a t Judi ill be paid for to j j 4 by 4 of mint i it a a d ii in la i a i Iii us in Ujj 1 \ of. 4-no. 52. I sunday journal times or bulletin Racine vis., sunday april 14, 1935. Circulation 19.50c says a better Racine up to a of us dear editor to it the people of it til be Quot cd e a Liz e that it a Buss balloon South Side Ball Park Loup since vanished to descend As d of you make in to Mak it live in. It a he it Rad twi to Foti o it ainu \ or y t Yip i xxx 11 h a Cai a i t y it bit est Anile. Of a in not Loch to n tem a High re i fat i Hie. Or la i Illy. Poor a a i tog note it i big Parachute pm stratosphere Raj to l cd my Liefl Ami tested i in expects. Japan rushes plans Home of Belle City to Early Diamond heroes to Rule in far East v >6 -. Or i Vas Ltd Ltd a state Jot i i a act r to it 4 Oil. 1 a Milch you i and la it pc h ii in pal to met i a a a of safety Ich if falling too e converted into an Ich Tite. Is now tinder re and will if pres first la b k hand me roses while in living j in noticed w Hen a fill matter what heat be it a saintly Chap it it a or was it Park in n asked his friends forget its b they Soke Yon a lid nun they till a a pretty thing a it sat. Tit deaf it Ball vent the it. Whit 134 of e its on is endanger of h resulted three so of the strato syr ins which Ling an Altitude n i go de i fancy wit will in Sint Kin Long h if it s All g i \ e it. In the bouquets tile know k Hong to sae your upon in nob1 v h i in count lev it Are hurl <1 t i a \ t he k i d 11 w Hiie hero i and done to sax a to carve uni via k i ii tor re a meters. Model i a to a. Models of the new Ati stat hat a been testis t he soc in to for a Vi-4 a Eurieal defense and of s i Naifie and teen action engineers which at t g the said i Der 1 Lar to i Ion St re bag. The a satisfactory ated the Fen editors note after eight years of service in the far East with assignments in Honolulu Manila Shanghai piping and tientsin and Interior Points in China h. R. Ekins United press staff correspondent has been assigned to the Washington staff. Following is the first article written by Ekins on the situation in the Orient and its relation to the general International situation in which interest has been heightened and emphasized by events on the european scene. Lid Bug which a u to in Aube converted into a la the i Rue ii in t of to hat do t rare of the daily town live Iii a write mourn ing Bardi it xxx ill not Dafter t Laze to 11&Quot k 11 d k May be Fine v have the Fol have the Fie from the g k now May he Nice t fur tii Quot � just a far really done to quite when Bend me i e lust Chai just tor i Vav i xxx he n i i people answer Call at election time i a r editor the relent me. Brought a r seems that depressions p it of their cot port?.ut Dutzi therefore xxx Ltd it of Radii. A e had Ennu vilify that \ i should his for its Eves rvs is in it returns so it it it Ai til y a s in Unity. Enjoys sunday i a Edito Reading bulletin i ii the Bullet n i for granted Rayne folks paper during to get a Sun happenings morning. To Loo. To have paper that is product arid t lied newspaper i m Lenin in. Tory of Bacin. Is e m see ii sting i a a Batik Lovell e Mark too it to fun. Joth in Dan inst rat ton tests two Ca ii having a Gas Capac i Ltd cubic in tors. W Ere taken aloft by other balloons. They � a re related with varying amounts of Gas in them. I to one instance Hor was virtually no Gas. The in. Ads naturally did not carry a Row. the apparatus which � Quot liveried them into a Parachute corked automatically and in each Case they descended slowly enough for a Safe Landing. Sims Hilary Parachute. Tim ll-1, As the new safety Model is called will not plunge to a Aith even though its fabric is j torn. This possible danger will he o it by a secondary Parachute mounted within the larger bae �. Iii ii can be opened if necessary. The ll-1 will not require the considerable amount of ballast oilily carried in St rat oat at s. Only enough to break the Speed f do. � tit before Landing. Another Novelty of the Craft is the a for the first time in soviet balloon construction a material to a than s la will he used for the Bac it ill he made of waterproofed Muslin. Outboard Marathon planned for Delaware Delphia. Or the Boa re motorboats Ami ivors in the East Are sex co in Pete in the Send Daw Are River outboard Here. May 25. D by the Delaware Itman s league the St was held last year. Cd a Success that the la to a d to f 4 i it again nil id it cd girls groups organize clubs girls of the thursday and Friday group of the Central association have organized into clubs activities will include tap Dan Jug. With miss Eva Mariner As instructor and handicraft under the direction of miss Ellen Williams in addition to the regular programs of the association. The Happy hour club the c. A. 4. C s. And the Little women s club meet each thursday from 5 to 8 p. In. The three divisions have the following officers of fitters listed. Hippy hour club Betty Silver Man president Dorothy Riffer. Vice president and Catherine Ria Ritz. Secretary. Little women to club a Fern Fri Ken Smith president Elaine Campbell vice president and Josephine crae Effe Secretary. To. C. C. To this group is made up of acquainted girls whose names have been on the waiting list. Officers for a period of four weeks Are Alice Vartanian president Isabel Pawzun. X ice president and Martha Hajiani in. Secretary. I Ridila it t bib the a. A. Wonder club. Tile g a. Colden arrows and the p. A. Bright eyes meet Friday from 5 to t p in. Officers Are As follows wonder club Shirley Clausen president Esther .vierr., vice president. And Maxine Larson Secretary. Arrows Doris Krinkey. Joyce Shumacker. Vice and Grace by Ken. Sel i it or Row. Left to rights Frank Bra mow. Treasurer Christ Mack. Pr4siflent John Tooman. Secretary. Second Row. Left to rights first Man unidentified believed to he a Milwaukee an louts raffle Brist. William Lorson. Jake Bauer. Milwaukee James Ceil. Teddy Cullen. Lamer Row. Left to rights George Herzog p. H. Connolly. Frank Mack. Tile Little boy tin Mascot is be hew cd to be the son of Christ Mark. Old photograph emphasizes change in civilian costumes since a Ogay nineties hats have shrunk. By see. M. See the South Side Ball Park is believed to have been the first fenced Park of its kind in the City. It was located in what was then known As Holborn to Grove a Large tract which has been completely absorbed into the City the property of the father of the late John hol born a member of the police and health departments for a number of j years. The Fence was a erode affair As seen in the accompanying picture 1 and his name was Given to me As �??� or some such. Supplied with pitchers. There were Only nine men on the team and three of the members were Able to pitch a tight game. The Nack Pitcher was Connolly. He having earned distinction in the Pitcher s Box while a student at the in to verify of Wisconsin from which he was graduated in i ass. Other pitchers were Teddy Cullen and Jake Bauer Milwaukee they were utilized in other positions As Well. Frank Mack was the Catcher. The sunday bulletin is indebted contest open to women Here it is by no Means the intention of the journal times to Start a neighbourhood feud a yet a in this Community there must be one woman whose cakes Are the most delicious another whose two crust fruit pies Excel All others another whose Frozen do tse Ria would tempt the most reluctant invalid and yet another whose Sale of seals easter to Aid child cripples units being established in every county to of state. Of one of the teams which made j to Hugh w. Gorton 1 4 42 South Wisconsin Street for the picture. He recently found it among possessions of his father who was the son of a Racine Pioneer. Hugh Gorton meat dealer and Packer. Ret sheriff f Ili ally end one woman blockade 4 Olden president president rotary. Bright a Illano x ice or Kes exes Phyllis Mangi president Bertha Craig silent. And Margaret Krin a retard. Baseball history Back in the Early nineties. There is no definite information obtainable As to Whei ii the Park Xmas built As the former City Engineer p. H. A of Hank Connolly Xmas a member if the team pictured Here. It is believe<4 it the Field was fenced in 1889 or i 8 St la. Three still fixing. Connell became assistant Engineer in Ivr and it sax Only i shortly after he took that position xxx Hen be began to play with the j �??� As far As Knoxon there Are Only three members of the Racine team alive today. They Are George Herzog William �?o1-ad-Dy�?t Larson and John Tooman the latter a foundry Man. The team played the Kenosha regulars the Bac views of Mil a Waukee. And various Chicago teams for several years on that lot. That Arbor Day s Home town expects big Celebration Nebraska City neb. Our a this Nebraska town. Which conceived and nurtured an idea which spread to world wide proportions expects the 193 5 Arbor Day april 22, to see the most extensive tree planting in history. With nationwide publicity being Given the benefits of tree planting through the Federal governments proposed shelter Belt and arboretum project the a Plant More Trees movement is expected to be Tapi thed j sex r Etti Igil kit no Pic i to of would like to hav Junior safety Chih Lew by mrs to tinted pre its. Her id Rob Only after enter her mrs. Rob a eared i Bel \ cd e pro ted to i it kill >1 ?�1 4 turn in men xxx Tai Kun i bib. Hair or Himm. This Veek All clubs had programs of music poems Aud stories. The program committees have planned an easter party for the week following easter. Ail club activities ire under tile direction of miss a i Uei in St i it i h Box of the handicraft and gym a i i i Hise Are meeting saturday to Plav bag Ball under the Ipp a Xii Ion of Lee Sti Herk. A before the enclosed Park on More generally observed through rapids drive on the North Side was the nation this year than at built. The uniforms Oxorn at that time xxx Ere about the same As the modern one the apparel of the civilians differed materially from that of today. Note the two Bushel in la it k Tiff hats of the officials of the club and the fellow seated at the extreme tight with a Catcher mask in i hand. He is believed to a e done service a an Umpire the nation this any previous time. Since last year to Gigantic Arbor Day Celebration Here xxx Hen Henry j a. Wallace Secretary of agriculture. Spoke to thousands inquiries have poured into Nebraska City from tins and Many other states seeking information about Arbor Lodge the Home of j. Sterling Morton Arbor Day to founder and the tree planting movement. Jellied salads Are distinctly in a class by themselves. The four mistresses in these varied culinary arts will Rule Racine to �?o4ookerx court of Honor in conjunction with the j on real times annual Spring cooking school to be ii eld april 23-24-25 and at memorial Hall. In addition each will receive a Cash prize of five dollars. Second prize Xvi ners Xxiii receive 13 Oft in each of the four classifications. Four prizes of j each will be Given to the next four highest in each of the four classes. A total of $48 will be awarded the 2 4 women chosen to the a cooker court of ?� a Cali Fri in met ions. Complete details with full instructions appear in a full Page and in today s bulletin. Miss Dorothy Covert eminent National cooking authority Xxiii head the committee of judges reviewing the array of foods. Any woman or girl Over 18 in Racine or Racine county is eligible and May enter in one or More lasses. If she wishes. Professional Rook and Bakers Are of course not eligible. Mail it ii Hon. Women intending to enter the i contest must fill the Coupon appearing in today and and mail it to the contest manager journal Tinis. Not later than Midnight. Saturday april 20. The contest is divided by Daxx. The cake judging for monday the Frozen desserts for tuesday the j pies for wednesday and jellied salad for thursday. Each of these must be at memorial Hall Between he and 12 a. In. On tile Day named. Housewives with the Pride of their household at stake will study the contest Page carefully and fid Low instructions in detail. Further announcements will be made later. ?" a while Europe fights through War scary and America presses for solution of grave economic and social problem what is happening in tile far East the strife a which raged in Manchuria at Shanghai and in North China from sept. 18, 1931, until May 3 h 1933, has abated. It is Many months since Japan to relations Vith China and talk of a Russo japanese War crowded events nearer Home off the first pages of american newspapers. because preponderant Domestic interest has been transferred at least temporarily to occurrences closer at hand it is not to he supposed that events on the Oriental scene Are at a standstill. Far from it. Relieved apparently of any immediate threat of a War Vith the soviet Union and enjoying seemingly More cordial relations with China than at any tinier a during the past five years Japan aided a and taking advantage of the concentration of Western interest on the alarms sounded in Europe is Rushing toward realization of her plans for a far Eastern Hegemony. That is the considered opinion of qualified observers in China with whom this correspondent a been in close Contact since the lat a St japanese military adventuring on the Mainland of Eastern Asia caused concern of the gravest sort in the Chancel lories of the world. Marked Progress has keen made by Japan since she launched the \ program which resulted in Stab Lish ment of Manchukuo As an allegedly Independent Empire. Jyh Ami Cleam decks. Japan a cleared the do Ltd for further Progress by the following acts and happenings 1. Abrogation of the Washington naval limitations treaty. 2. Final effectiveness of Japan withdrawal from the league of nations. 3. Settlement of the controversy wit the soviet Union Over the ownership and status of the chinese Eastern railway. 4. Demonstration a that Japan cannot be ignored As a serious competitor in the Trade marts of the world. 5. Settlement with China of knotty problems involving rail-xva.\r, postal Aerial and other forms of communication with Manchukuo. Fat. Indication through years of deft juggling Vith a Long series of trial balloons that nothing Short of an effective economic Boycott or serious armed conflict can Stop japans March Tward realization of her dreams of Empire. Set for adv am client. Having defied the league of nations challenged the manufacturers and traders of the world cowed China by a series of spankings and having refused to Back Down on her demand for naval Equality Japan now is set to push on toward her ultimate goal momentarily diverted from fear of conflict with the red might of the soviet Union and rid for a time of annoying heckling from abroad because of the fortunate circumstances that nazi Germany is playing football with the Versailles treaty. Canada reports jump Iii tourist Trade Ottawa ?" foreign tourists spent a total of $131,000,-000 in Canada during 1934. Compared with $1 17,000,000 in 1933, a preliminary estimate issued by the government reveals. Touted states tourists entering by automobile and boat spent More than $ 12 1,000.ooh. With easter s gild Awakening springtime stirring the pulses Ani children playing in the streets comes another picture that of the a forgotten ?� behind a window peering wistfully7 at activities outside i Tho Little lad whose he not momentarily May leap with gladness too Only to realize that the Happy picture is not for him. He never w ill walk. He is hopelessly7 crippled. Eve if there win Money for marbles roller skates and baseball bats nothing could matter the endless waiting. The chances Are there Isno to enough Money for sufficient clothing. There in t Money enough to build up the resistance to overcome the effects of being confined Day after Day. Seal Sale on , this is Why at easter this year. The Wisconsin association for the disabled and the International society for crippled children Xxiii conduct a Seal Campaign. Units Are being established in every county in the state and Here As elsewhere the service clubs Are helping to promote the project. George r. Howitt. Department commander of the american legion in 1932 and Active on the go it Ernora to safety committee has he n placed at the head of the movement As chairman. Of the funds raised through voluntary subscription 90 per cent will remain in Wisconsin i ii per cent xviii go to the intern tonal society for crippled children. Fifty per cent xviii go to the w i soon sin association for the disabled to make the continuance of clinics possible. Forty per cent will be retained by tits county for after care braces appliances transportation and Many other no ads of the disabled. Wall Ace Loomis local chairman and or. Floyd Monk co chairman Are at the head of the Seal Campaign in Racine. 4. X Fie Lill 110 of i it a Lancaster. O. It up a natural Gas Field four Miles Bere opened by the in Nipa department has delivered 50.ooo,-ooo cubic feet of Gas to Lar resident in one month. New from Gas it Erbus iness to halt during 3 hour period in several Wisconsin cities Good Friday afternoon stores provide employees with Opportunity to attend services As movement spreads across entire United states by Henk business in i Seonim xxx i Day during a t xxx bile churl h sen e in Membra in a a of Yea in Bare of a Glt or .1 de place of ? a believer a o 11 while there xxx closing of ret Ai Many merchants Unity to their it t he a it in ton s r a re. Hora v nil to x v e be n Jet i � to of for a Genera a not yet been vice r started in i ii i s. Ment for the losing of is during the three of christs agony on the attrib ted to the Rev. For. T it tier. Of Sheboygan xxx to i he custom in it it 8 at Wau a a i in the ensuing x r spread to Large cities r a the i rued state7 \ p i n i n 1 a to to a t. A it h to a d had the custom in Wauna j her Hausner succeeded in Milwaukee take up the proof a general Observance of Friday. In 1924 Madison d t a custom and Las of imply x to a Ehin a of business during the three hours from noon to 3 of lock. I a a. It x my of Bot i Friday Iati a a k to die fourth Century a. A and among the Early jewish christians apparently grew of the Celebration of the passover on lha i 4� h o a san and the Days of till a Era a bread a from the 13th to the 21t of the month. Worshippers in Racine in common with the Quot est of can St Dom with deepest reverence Are approaching what is regarded As one of the most sat red occasions in the Anna s of the Church to existence. Sue 1 1 � a a ice have keen arranged a number pro a tan 4 churches tax combined for group meeting others and Catholic parishes of the City Xxiii hold individual service. Downtown protestant churches consisting of the first methodist. First presbyterian Plymouth congregational first Baptist cd no trial Nazary no. Evangelical and Welsh presbyterian xxx ill hold the thru a hour service in the la. Named Church. The Rev. T r. Frizz a will preside and pastors of the seven churches will have a part in the service. Combining churches inthe North part of the City Are the second presbyterian. Grace Baptist Trini to m. Of. Be Thel m. A. And the first i on Grega tonal the latter xviii be used for the three hours of worship with the Rex. Clifford Earle presiding. In West Racine the gospel Tabernacle Calvary Bible Church and Grove Avenue Baptist Church adherent will Assembly in the Latte a Church for worship the fire it Nazarene Church will hold individual so a vice. The Grange Avenue m e and Bethany m. E. Church xxx ill hold a joint service at the former Church from noon to 3 p. In. A preparatory service will be held at the Church of the atonement. Wright and Quincy Avenue at 8 p. M. The Rev. John i. Meek pastor xxx la preach a Sermon on the topic. Quot Tho Pluro of the fax t ?� this is in preparation for communion services to follow on easter sunday. An evening service Xxiii also be held at holy communion Church sixth Street and Ken zip Avenue. The Rev. G. W. Genszler Xxiii preach the Sermon. A Trinity English lutheran Church Geneva Street the Rex to Frederick c. Eseman xviii conduct a service at 7 45 and preach the Sermon. Other protestant churches Are arranging for individual services. Tre Ore Sinkes. Tre Ore devotions commemorative of the period Christ a hanging on the Eros Xxiii by observed at St Mary path a Church from12 noon Frt Daj to 3 p in it opens with a mass of the pre sanctified followed by the veneration of the c Ross and the tip dry devotions Xith prayers hymns and a Sermon based on the seven last words a Thriff on the Cross. The Rev. For. Anthony m Erz Xxiii be celebrant with re. For. A m. Cap in Gene. Of Milwaukee Deacon and the Rev. For. O Ca r Zinger of r at or. Francis Seminary sub Deacon. The Sermon will by delivered by the Rev. For. Eugene. In the evening at 7 30 the Way of the Cross service will be held with Sermon by the Rex for. Erz. The tre Ore service xxii also be held at St. Rose Church from 12 0< in k to 3 p. In the Rex. For. John j i Box in announced a Sermon on the seven in t words of Christ Xxiii be delivered by the Rev. For. William Mahan head of the oblate Midwest Mission band at Green Bay. At holy name Chr a the Rev. Or. In a Kab a is i n ice Xxiii he held at 9 oco it k in the morning arid from 12 noon to 3 p in. The tre or Servi xxx b Ober re e d. During the thru a hour period services will be held at St Edward s Church the Rev. For. George j. Liege Man announced. At the same hour there Xxiii be services at gtd Patrick to Church. ii r Catholic churches Xxiii hold a rices on Friday for which announcements xxx i i be or t b to the re in e i in. A she at the hours of xxx or nip to i Day

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