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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 11, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say. Isi will be paid for to Amy comment coed of in Tail column Ujj sunday j vol. 5-no. 17. I i journal times bulletin Racine wis., sunday aug. La 1935. Circulation 19,500 replies to critics of bicycle riders dear editor a bicycle is a vehicle and a a it much right on the Highway of a horse drawn cart or automobile from the Many shouts and dirt a looks directed at cyclists Many motorists. Apparently do not realize this fact. After All everyone is not fortunate enough to own a car and a bicycle furnishes an economical Means of transportation. Thank you m. B. Grange ave playground teachers now get Pat on Back t each a a Ald a dear editor i think the play or it it i of the various schools get a Pat on the Hack to the is did work which they have been ins this summer. They keep t children out of danger who. The Are on the play things. Ana tat keep their minds of upped w a they teach them to make the Litt games and novelties. I Sui thin they deserve Acme sort of recon Tion so they know their work being a predated. Manv thank for the bulletin. M. B. Cleveland ave to time divulges Many secrets of boys gang a Good times of Hub of forty years ago Are told. Speed boosts motor toll a. Ltd it a a a a a a a a a i. I. A i i a St. Mary a to observe birthday of building plans special program Sally Sheds fan and Bubble s Swan now wants a swim class for Young mermaids dear editor much is being said at about better bathing facilities for Racine. What interests me in particular is Why there Isnit a swimming class for younger girls similar to the one Given at the y. M for boys from 4 to 3 years old. In a sure there Are quite a number of Young mermaids who would appreciate a Chance to learn to use then wings. An investment in such training is Worth its weight in Geld. Thanks for the bulletin. Map. R. P. Munroe. By Sid Kaye a plenty of time a it is divulged after nearly 40 years was these Oret name of the p. O. T. Club j which had Headquarters in a Shack built in the Hayloft of Sands m. J present j Harts barn 1025 Wisconsin Street. It might have been hangout of future gangsters. But it Wasny to. Knowing what these boys did. Some May have wondered the n. But Here is the membership Roll Thornton Smith now of Milwaukee Wisconsin manager for the Chicago Tribune Harold Hart automobile dealer in Wolfeboro. N. H. Col. Francis Hunter. Berkeley calif., retired United states army officer John Hart manager of the Racine Woolen Mills Abc Morey Chicago insurance adjuster de Kitto. Who moved to California Many years ago and whose present address is not known by the member of the gang still living in Racine and George Potts who worked in a Racine Bank until he thanks life guards for work at beaches dear editor just a few words to say a thanks a for our life savers at the Beach. Early this Spring there was quite a discussion on in Racine whether or not we should have life guards. Thank goodness the a a yeast a won out. Last thursday an Outing was held at North Beach. During the afternoon a storm came up and a Strong undertow come on. Three 0. Olf when be died children my daughter included. Quot As -1 it ears a 1> often be mean were in the w Ater Waist High. All three could swim but not against the Strong undertow. The Chil j Dren called for help at which the life guard responded. By the time he got out to the children my daughter was Union i scions. Probably fright had a lot to do with it. He brought her in and then worked on her. As she Ama around two other children Cigar ets and Reading that naught. South Racine leads City in Auto crashes map aids policemen in recording number of accidents. Bubble and fan in the discard Sally Rand is a giving them the Birds in her latest dance creation slithering swaying and posturing with inimitable Grace in a Leda and the Swan a her own interpretation of the famed mythological Romance of Leda and the god zeus who took the form of the Noble Bird. Here she is shown in one striking position her left hand up Flung in a perfect representation of the swans head. Played hookey. A i done to know that we did anything vicious a John Hart recalled. A your parents May not have approved our playing hookey from school smoking Sweet caporal were trapped in the under Tow and he also got them in. This was within hours time and Only one incident. I am writing this to thank the life guard and to bring to Light that the life guards Are really needed at the Beach. How Little wre realize the work they Are doing until it touches our own lives. Thank you for the bulletin. E. R. P. Douglas ave Magazine called a occasionally we would take Money from our Treasury and buy playgrounds to Complete season with lantern Parade thursday climaxing a Busy summer season with a big lantern Parade and a a Standard. And we Felt real the first playground circus. A Devilish when we would see in it the picture of a woman with her legs bared Way up above her ankle. The publication contained pictures Cine a playground children will in David Spalding was master of ceremonies. Raymond Pinnow was his assistant. Instrumental music singing and Joy their final week of supervised dancing gave no time for pause in at Lewis Field playground under the supervision of George Miller. Associate playground director tumbling acts Are beginning to take on smoothness and Grace. In a if motorists could visualize conditions As they Are in this City a said Sergt. Wilbur Hansen in charge of traffic a i am sure Many of them would drive with greater j care and observe the traffic rules to the the sergeant called attention to a City Street map on the Wall in his office on which Are displayed Glass headed pins of different colors showing where All accidents in the City have occurred so far this year. He invites interested motorists to inspect the map. The South Side of the City has had the most serious accidents so far this year. That Section of the map is dotted with red headed pins showing where persons were injured. Ignore red lights. The traffic signals the sergeant said were placed to reduce accidents at congested intersections but in some sections they done to seem to have come up to expectations. A notable intersection is that at Taylor Avenue and sixteenth Street he says where four persons have been injured in crashes so far this year. Fourteenth Street one of the main South Side arterial is dotted with red headed pins which Indi-1 Cate Many accidents in which persons were injured. Failure to comply with the arterial Stop signs is Racine has plenty of houseflies declared to be the reason for the despite sanitary precautions condition the sergeant says. Beginning and development of Church to be revealed. Rev. Anthony Khz. Play. The entertainment the Packard Stanley and Bob Johnson the Plav in this Summers Parade which Sisters Trio Lois Hansen Marion ground has uncovered a rare at to the downtown Section. A dozen persons have been injured in that area so far this year. The less numerous Black headed of show people bathing beauties will be held at Washington Park Fromm Margaret holding Carol traction for the circus. Stan and writer issues plea to motoring Public dear editor this is another plea to the Public. And because its a plea and no More i shall make it Short and to the Point so perhaps it w ill sink in. My plea is addressed to the motoring Public in general and this in Short is what i plead for will the Drivers of cars and their passengers please keep their arms inside the car. Except when signalling. One does t realize How disconcerting it is to other Drivers to have aunt Jenny in the car ahead pointing out the Beauty spots to her passenger friends. And while Little Johnny is holding his Arm out the window to see which Way the wind is blowing the car in which he rides holds up potential passing traffic behind because How is Tho Driver behind to know that ifs not Papas Arm out the window to signal a turn or something. Arm vigils Are an important part of driving. By the use of these signals a Driver can Tell those behind him what he plans to do. Other Drivers rely upon these signals to gauge their own actions. The usefulness of these important Arm signals is completely lost if tim pointing waving and gesticulating out of car windows become a matter of common practice As it seems to have become. Sincerely yours a. M. Harrison St and the like As Well As brisk Stor thursday evening at 7 45, will be Hansen Albert in image Anna mul lanterns big and Small impress Lenberg Virginia Molinaro and ies that we did t find in the newspapers of those organizer. Harold Hart the boys Dren of the City. Sive and simple All of them pains j a Verne Mullenberg furnished at the suggestion of the club Takin Gly constructed by the Chil the first half of the afternoon s program. After the intermission. Eunice Spalding. Marjorie Matsen Jean Raymond Bernadette Hansen. Lorraine Hanson and Martha built their Shack 8 by to feet in dimensions under the cupola of the barn. The floor was eight feet from the Hayloft floor. Planks were Laid from one Side of the narrow loft to the other and a boards the history of the lantern began Many years ago and in the procession this week will be found Many examples of the countless to Pes known in history. Mention of lanterns is made in Bob both have Learned to handle their fists adeptly and will present a midget boxing exhibition. Liable Sycil cagers. Although the first referee s whistle is still Distant the bos at Lewis Field Are beginning to Sharpen their free throw shooting ability. Some sort of a record pins designate deaths. Three Black spread disease germs make skat pins on this year s map designate where deaths occurred at Pratti with the coming Golden Jubilee of St. Mary a Church of Racine next sunday will be reminiscences by Pioneer families of the beginning of the Church and its development Down to the present Day. The property for the first Church was purchased by m. Keidel George Britz and Phil Zirbes. Bishop Henni approved the site and the congregation voted to build a Church. The building was begun in april 1s52, and the Cornerstone was Laid in june of the same year. Bishop Henni blessed the Church with the following present Rev. Leu dig. Rev. Norris Rev. Hels Rev. Salzmann and archbishop Bartosvch of Milwaukee. The dedication took place aug. 1 5. 1853, on the feast Day of the Assumption of Mary. Young women of the Church worked All year toward acquiring an Organ. This was bought in new York in 1853 by Michael Keidel and was the Best Organ in Wisconsin at that time. Trustees of the Church then were George Britz Michael Keidel Phil Zirbes v. Haas John Happ and John Zin Nen. Work on school. May 4, 1864, work was begun on the school. It Cost $2,664.91. The committee in charge included Matt Smith John lighter Jacob Dietrich. George Britz Joseph Miller and Joseph Rebhan. The 15, 1864. Rev. Birkhaeuser bought the Corner of eighth and Wisconsin ing rinks of Bald Heads and Awak j Street for the location of the Fly farming new Industry insects canned for use food for As frogs. A certain Large Industry is a red headed pins Are numerous profitable Market for files. If some Way could be found to get them together. Down through the centuries flies school was blessed sept have been menus worst pest. They a Schean supplied the second half went Down in the books when a Calls the same Point. Two occurred at the North end of Douglas Avenue in one crash and the third occurred near that Point. On three Lane Highway. Those deaths occurred on a three Lane Highway the police pointed out. It would be taken for in sleeping babies. Used As byproduct. Turning them into profit As the byproduct of a Large Industry is the solution of a Massachusetts firm of Industrial engineers. A grower of mushrooms found that son a of the materials used in As p wants River fixed in Island Park dear editor think what a wonderful Island Park would be if Hie River were fixed. Boating and swimming could be enjoyed in the summer and ice skating during tile Winter. Or has always been a nuzzle to me Why smaller cities than Racine even take the trouble to make artificial lagoons for boating and Racine can t make use of the facilities nature gave her. The Island Park has so much natural Beauty which no amount of artificial it 5 in another Park could Ever equal. Years ago visitors were always shown the Island Park a it was a spot that Racine could Well be proud of. Now tile garbage cans tin cans Etc. In the River Are very unsightly and the Park itself in t As Well taken care of As it should be. Many cities would give thousands of dollars for a natural Island Park and a River winding through their City As Root River does but Racine does no to even appreciate god s gift to her. Racine was founded because of Root River. The Island Park was log ated because of the natural Beauty and suitability for a Park. Thank you Verv sincere in for the bulletin. J. In Hamilton ave it experts study Stone car Yin a of Odd beast 8pri no i e l la m of urn a a r to geologists Are baffled by a queer Stone image of an animal found five years ago in the mud of the Osage River near Warsaw. The image chiselled in a Block of Sandstone weighing Leo pounds has remained at Drury College Here after being sent to the University of Arkansas for study. Were nailed to them tile end of the mow served three sides of the Shack and fourth was boarded up. Had secret j Lair. A secret door about two feet wide opening toward the inside admitted the members. A ladder hidden in the loft led them to the door. After getting in the boys pulled the ladder in after them and no one else could gain admittance without the password. No one was aware of the existence of tile hangout not even the father of two members and the owner of the barn of the elder or. Hart Ever knew of its presence. He never said anything about it. The Shack was equipped with fairly comfortable chairs. A i suppose we sneaked them out of our Homes a or. Hart said. The Frame of a Couch was crudely car entered in one end. And it Vav i covered with Straw and burial. In one Side was a Magazine rack and nails in the other Walls were for use in hanging up Coats and Caps. The room was heated by an Oil stove in the Winter and lighted by four Carbon lamps attached to electric wires that were tapped off the main line which furnished current to the Hart Home. A we paid dues of five cents a said or. Hart. A your treasurer was instructed to buy a a Nick Carter a a a Frank Merriwell a and a a Fred Fearnot Magazine once a week. We bought the Oil for the Heater and with the remainder we got our supplies of Sweet caporal Cigar ets Candy an i Casio Nally an extra a cart Quot other yellow backed novel a a Dard Quot or other Reading in Walls and old chinese writings As Long ago As 5,000 b. C. America s first Lan the terns were crude. Boston mass., used fire baskets at the Street Cor of the entertainment. Busy toy factory. A trip to Knapp s workshop would Lead the observer to feel he was w witnessing some toy factory s Ere for night illumination in 1690, busiest Day. Bright yellow clowns but it was 17 72 before lamps for the streets were introduced imported from England. Select novel themes. This year several of the playgrounds have selected novel themes for their contributions to the Parade. Flags from countries All Over the a world will be reproduced. And additional lanterns arc future Park High Cage Star dropped in 17 in a Row. With this Mark to shoot at the boys Are toeing the Mark every afternoon in last weeks Ping Pong tournament Lewis Field proved itself Earl grown contained millions of Fly ergs which hatched under warm granted said the sergeant that Beds in which mushrooms Are fewer accidents would occur on such a Highway but that has not been the Case lie added that to moist conditions. The flies proved lice have made Many arrests in a nuisance practically impossible that area excessive speeding being to overcome. With red noses and spotted suits a meeting place for champs and Gallant horses Brilliant parrots Jensen de Mitchell Warren squirrels and penguins Are strut Materer and Joie Petrowski were common. Cars Are driven As High As 60 Miles an hour in that area. The police assign the increased inquiring of the Massachusetts engineers the mushroom growers according to an authority report. Ting off their lines and colors As Busy hands add finishing touches. Kenneth Lenz Bob Somdahl Bill Firehammer Allen Johnson Jerome Gedemer Joseph Gedemer. Bob stauss buddy Hancock. Dan Sorenson and Ivar Furness have presented with paddles for winning championships in their respective divisions against All City Competition. The entire quartet hails from Lewis Field. Tile Archery club at Lewis Field practices almost daily. De Prins number of accidents in the City to were told to freeze them out of the the great Speed at which cars Are Beds. This was accomplished driven. Sergt. Hanson pointed to through a suction fan installed to being made to portray something proved themselves the most Effi has shown that by diligent prac outstanding for which the coun client at this Type of handicraft. Tries Are famous. Another playground is using colourful lanterns to bring Back to life an ancient Art Long buried. On another Park huge frames for jumbo lanterns Are taking form. Rain did Little to Dampen the ardor of both players and audience at the Douglas Park Amateur show. Clothes at Pratt the tap dancing lass is smoothing out the weak Spos in its a daring Young Man on the flying trapeze number for the coming playground circus. In Tiee Mastery is not out of reach. The recreation department thanks j the Junior leagues City nurses t and neighbourhood mothers who 1 helped to make last week s baby shows successful. Capable judging a sided in its repertoire for that on the part of the Junior leagues the fact that a year ago when thousands of persons were on the streets in connection with the Centennial Celebration Only seven redheaded pins w Ere displayed on the Street map while last month a total of 33 such pins wore placed showing a great increase in the number of persons injured. A the problem of solving the traffic Hazard rests largely with the motorists a Sergt. Hanson said. A every Motorist should resolve to draw out the air Over coils of pipe cooled by a refrigerating machine. This process did not kill the flies. It just chilled them of they could neither walk nor Fly Ani they dropped into milk cans set under the coils. Thus the Fly problem was solved. Flies i Sod As feed. Owners of some of the country a largest Frog farms had a problem too that of feeding a shop priest s Home. He also bought the Church Bell. In 1886 the present Church was built. Rev. Albers was pastor. The Cost was $2 8,000 and the Church 135 by 60 feet was completed in six months. Franc Fisher built the three altars but died before finishing the main altar he was a trustee. The building committee of the Church included George Zibes and others. Mason work was done by Fred Grahm and or. Meyer. August 15, 1886, the new Church was blessed by archbishop Heise and Bishop Flash of Lacrosse. Leaves Money to Church. Rev. Albers resigned aug. 2 2, 1896. He gave $1,000 to the Church and left it All his Money when lie died. He helped build the turn to Page to col. 2. Event is the swedish of dance. Which pantomimes in dance an attempt on the part of Clumsy dressed in his father s swedish University freshmen to get and blazing Orange tip into the Good graces of the seniors. Joy Able. Careful attention Given the babies Comfort by the nurses and the cooperation of the attending mothers observing traffic rules and comply helped to make the afternoon in inc with arterial and Stop Light Reg reduce Speed in the City and to Persy which they raised for Frog exercise the greatest precaution former resident of Racine names town in Minnesota after a Belle City of lakes sister a Community has population of 165. Of or in by see m. See Racine. Too years old a a daughter of 8 2. The offspring is Racine with a population of 16 5. Bas Shack \ emulated. A i expect that something dues came from Money of Ems had Given us for s he confided the boys had their club four years during which and Winter they spent m inn., while there Are other a Ines the Raoul Cine in Minnesota is of most in priciest to residents of Racine wis., their tim a a skipped a including school in times the s sunday because it was founded by a former resident of this Vicinity about in my trip through Minnesota Ummer last week i stopped at Racine Uch of Minn. I found it a thriving place they despite the fact that with the tack thermometer registering close to Reading smoking swapping yarns too degrees there were no Pedes it is the face of an animal and planning escapades and otherwise trials to be seen on the main resembles a cow with the mumps. Although it is hornless and has in Joy ing themselves. A the cupola kept the Small who have is i v re b fat ears. Several Profe ors ventilated in the warmer Mont lid led it Indian rare that inhabited an earlier Era Jeniev e of Lei s but the air was entirely too re51 in the w inter and so w e boarded up the Bottom of it so it would t turn to rages col. 4> Street the Only one the common Haek Well Ity boasts outside of the resident tial Section. I had my Vest pocket camera i with to and was preparing in to in it on the business soc Ion turn to rage 3, col. 5 i leg eaters. Frogs thrive on a Fly diet. So now. Cans full of Hies Are shipped regularly to Frog producers. They arc kept chilled in transit and Are chilled again when they Are fed to the frogs so they can t get away. It is said that Frog raisers now May nearly As much for flies As mushroom eaters do for mushrooms. If All th3 ai3 in Racine could be enticed to one Center Talmre to be cooled and canned Racine might establish another profitable Industry. Mother protests planes interrupt baby a snap Columbus a became the drone of motors prevents her baby from getting his afternoon rap mrs. James a. Devine a resident of suburban Columbus recently asked police to keep air planes from flying Over her Home. Police promised to see what they could do about changing flying schedules and toning Down noisy motors. Railroad gives cows personal baggage status Harbin. A a until further notice a cow is personal baggage and May be checked and carried without charge to Matchull by All former chinese Eastern Railroad employees who Are returning to the soviet Union. From Matchull the soviet trans siberian line will carry them Freo to their destination. The classification of the cow was a serious problem and it arose in the interpretation of the agreement under which the soviet sold the Road to Manchukuo. Canada to fete Dixie tourists in september Montreal a a Montreal will be Host to 200 missis Splann when the a know Mississippi better train steams into the City on it annual visit on sept. 5. This will be the eleventh year that a train Load of people from the Southern state men and women officials teachers and representatives of businesses and professions a will have made the tour. This years trip will take the tourists to Quebec by Way of Newport vt., and Back through Montreal Ottawa Toronto and Niagara Falls. Raring wis Tho Quot Belle c i tvs a a ref the Nelv i that can claim that title As seen in this View a it the it main by Sines photographed by a Street a Racine Minn journal times staff writer. % 1818 doll bed traced to Lincoln a father Ashland by. A a a doll bed said to be an example of the j handicraft of Abraham Lincoln a i father is in the Possession of mrs. C. L. Jones Here. The bed. Presumed to have been made about 1818, by Thomas Lincoln for a child of whom a he was fond is of yellow Poplar. Hungary orders 4-mile Speed at All Corners Budapest a Corners in Hungary can not be turned at a Speed sex Weedin four Miles an hour the ministry of Interior has ruled. Many motorists Are protesting this Low limit claiming they must put their cars in Low gear. In addition the ministry has ruled that no electric horns May be used on cars in certain thoroughfares. And in others they can be sounded Only Between 6 a. Iii. And to p. In

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