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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 11, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Two the Racine journal times sunday bulletin August la 1935. Racket preys on Kino dead sell a memorial scroll to dazed relatives for Sio. Chicago to Aye found death. Tar a met ghoulish Fai men plan extract a a a or $10 Fror deceased in Cal ing t Lute of b arms Aroun ,�?� or by rack Teers clergymen a they ask Sions of of to promote Tesla hts in Laither. In i Aith that a at after Sev of the r someone is that some i. A Hajj a racketeers a Way to Cash in on Norial scroll Racket a be in which Confidence months in Advance to Fin a or a saw Bpck s3 ii dazed relatives of the handled in this Way hem serves the a a inst brotherly love a a a a the id the neck found me such name the circular ize a list of it ver the nation clergymen for expression regarding a plan Good will among pros. Catholics and Cher Nany cases and in Good h Urchin in answer. Ii death notices in keeters notice that dead in Cleveland and rabbi is mentioned in August optical Sale Gold filled frames richly engraved. Adjustable nose pads. $1.75, $2.85 ,$3-50 mothers before sending the Ibi Idren off to Chon brine them in for Ere test. Play ate. Boat Walt until Eves break Down. Three out of five have defective eyesight hours 8 .1ft m. To to p. M open Mon. Wed. And a a at. a til a p m. Consultation no Cha a it Gla?5ev Are not needed h. Ii. Klugt a. Optometrist Pokorny optical Pitt. I free consultation on facial work i th5 first Wryk in september miss Waring of Tho contour a i company will be in our shop to give free consultations and advice. J phone now for appointments m is wit ring insists that apr Point men be made in Advance s no consta tation without a i Point men. Deluxe Beauty shops Northside i to i state St p. In downtown lift main St., i. Ij87 Stella Jele Nix owner connection with funeral services or that a prominent physician is 1ad in Minneapolis and that a minister whose name is on their list is to preach the services. A better is written along this line the deceased was a member of the Institute of brotherly love. It in the custom of the Institute upon the death of a member to Send his surviving Kin a memorial scroll that can he treasured for years a the Institute in a postscript says it will be glad to Send the scroll for $10. Many of the survivors want some Token to remember the de ceased by and readily agree on a memorial scroll showing that he preached tolerance and Good will in life. A $ 10-Bill, under the circumstances is Small and consequently the racketeers profit Bilboa t $5.90. There Arn other con games deigned to prey on relatives of the deceased including the . Package containing a Fountain pen on which the dead Man allegedly paid a $1 Deposit. But. After All the game does not always Center on the dead there is the a stuffed Flat a Racket in which an apartment is filled till ancient furniture purchased it cheaply from a storage House and a published announcement made that the owner must leave town and sell his goods at a sacrifice. Sunday school holds classes at Golf club first Sun Day school for a Golf orphans has j been opened in the clubhouse of 1 the Medinah country club under the direction of the Rev. Benjamin m. Will. J while father is kicking up bursts of Sand from the trap near the eighth Hole the sound of children s voices raised in a gladly a Little Cross id Bear or the 23rd psalm floats across the course on sunday afternoons. The Rev. Will who is pastor of the Granville Avenue methodist Church discovered that Many children were forced to surrender sunday school because of the a a selfishness of golfing mothers and fathers. He obtained the co operation of the club and a pianist and song Leader. The school soon enrolled j 50 pupils. A it used to be a problem of Golf widows when father collected his clubs every sunday morning and spent the Day on the greens a the minister said. Now they All go with him to i the country club and Mother is just As big a fanatic Over the game i i a Singi my for Home folks thrills american vet of foreign operas girl scouts troop news chief of Syria suspects snub to meet monday the f. E. R. A. Post no. I will hold its regular weekly meeting monday night at 7 30 p. In. At Winters. Special d this week fresh creams and log Cabin Rolls assorted Bon Bons assorted pan caramels Peanut butter chips watch 39 c la. J Pound for our weedy specials As advertised in the Joumal-1 a rues. Cinder candies Baker block�?519 main St. Paris. A to a Suzanne Fisher a it Young West Virginia songbird will j realize a life s ambition this win. Ter when she Steps in the stage of the new York metropolitan opera House to sing for a the Home for five years miss Fisher who is a graduate of the Cincinnati i conservatory of music has been studying in Germany and sing ing at the Berlin Staat Soper and it. The opera Domique Here. Twice she has had american engage i Mentse once with the Little theater opera company at new York and once at the Worcester mass festival. But her coming debut at the 1 metropolitan Marks her first in j gag ement with a big opera company a at and she is thrilled. I Ming round of study. Her european career has been one round of learning new roles and languages a sometimes on Short notice. Miss Fisher Brown eyed and Chestnut haired has been singing i Ever since As a Little girl she used to run to the piano Pound i it it a tune and sing at the top of. Her voice to keep from crying of j tor she had been punished. She was born in Flatwoods West a. I moved with her family to Sutton and at seven began her piano lessons there. She says it is thanks to her Mother that she took them seriously for if she had followed her own inclinations she would have spent More time on a run sheep run than on serious application to the scale. But with her graduation from High school and her Entrance in the Cincinnati conservatory of music where they made her begin again with the c major scale she got Down to work in Earnest. Voice an afterthought. Up to that time no one had Given serious thought to her voice but a Friend hearing her sing took her to a Well known teacher for a tryout and her voice lessons troop 4. She quits Europe Hardin conservatory of music in i Norfolk a. There another Friend first Outing at Lindon Park in he insisted she should go to new Nosha. They left Racine via the York for further study and helped interurban arriving at the Park her to obtain an audition at the 1 Juilliard graduate school an Opportunity which so awed her that i she did no to even Tell her family she was making the attempt. She says she was badly frightened when she stood up to sing and that the last phrase of her j song a protect me o god a cer i to inv Quot came from the \ she was awarded a three years Fellowship. Later the Juilliard school sent her As an Exchange student to the Berlin Hochschulz fuer Musik. She sailed for an eight months stay and remained five years. A Hochschulz concert produced an engagement w till the Berlin Staat Soper. She began to study roles and languages so that she might be Able to appear on a minutes notice and says she has never really had a summer vacation since. Where a picnic luncheon was served. A program of games was carried out and As the weather was very warm nature hikes were held by various groups through the Park. Later in the afternoon the. Nearly loses Chance of winning suit because of Law. Harry for divorce on desertion charges. She said that Early in 1930 he moved All his belongings to to rooms in the House and locked the doors. He entered by a separate door and answer the notes she slipped beneath it ail meals were eaten alone. Divorce suits stopped after Silver wedding Dedham a after having celebrated their Silver wedding anniversary or. And mrs. William Porter parents of to children filed Cross suits for divorce. Judge Joseph r. Mccoole dismissed both suits declaring a i realize they have lived to Paris. A a the Only chief of state carrying on a lawsuit in France nearly lost his Chance of girls put on two dance numbers in winning because of the Undillo the big dance Hall to a Well pleased Matic obstinacy of French customs audience one being the old Fash officials. Toned Square dance the other the to make it worse the chief of Virginia reel the music being fur state in question is or ought to be Gether happily for Many years. I wished by lieutenant Mccue. In a particular Friend of France for j think they can live together now. After a 5 Oclock supper a num is president a Bey Al Abed of j i think they should live together Ber of girls under the leadership Syria a French mandate. Of lieutenant Mccue went to the orders special body Airport where they had the thrill the syrian president bought in France an american automobile and ordered a special body from one of Frances most noted builders. When it was delivered the i am going to dismiss both ing experience of seeing committee woman Ann Forman take a ride in the Goodyear Blimp. It is hard to say who got the biggest thrill the girls or mrs. Forman. A heavy i body showed no signs of being Par Shower about 6 Oclock failed to i titular by fresh and the president Dampen the spirits of the girls. We i charged that his investigation Philadelphia assured adequate water Supply Philadelphia . A there is no need to increase the City a water Supply the Bureau of municipal research reported. Now the City can Supply 2,300,000 arrived Home about 9 Oclock All voting it a Day Well spent. The troop was in charge of lieutenants White and Mccue. Committee woman Forman and Captain Jensen. Royal mounted urged to take prosaic tasks Regina a Canad persons if the average of 180 Gallons daily per person would be ans who like to pict Lre their Root maintained. The output for the first Al Canadian mounted police Asro five months of this year was 784,-000,000 Gallons under the same period last year. Mantic figures who roam the wide open spaces of the Prairies astride a horse Are due for a Shock. For delegates to the convention of the Saskatchewan Urban municipalities association at North suzanne1 Fisher Virginia Soprano Back to America Petite West is coining after file Canada not to match u. S. Fractional coins Ottawa or a Canada will not follow the United states government s example of issuing fractional coins to facilitate payment of Small taxes. Finance department officials stat that issuing of fractional currency a dozen and one other minor duties could be authorized in Canada Only delegates adopted a Resolution by an amendment to the currency declaring that Only a centralized Tho following Jear she taught act. The one cent piece is the Low police Force can keep Law and order piano and voice at the Bristow est denomination now provided for. In the Prairies. The r. C. M p showed that it not Only was not a new specially built body according to specifications but was one that had been made two years previously and shown at so Many Automo i bile shows that it had become decidedly worse for Wear. The car accordingly was shipped Back to France As exhibit a in a suit brought against the bodybuilder to recover the Purchase Price. It was at this Point that the customs stepped in and refused to admit the car unless customs duty of 100,000 francs was paid. The president of Syria protested that the car was necessary As an exhibit in his lawsuit that it had come from France in the first place and that Heads of states of foreign countries like Amassa Battleford want to a a modernize the mounties duties. They want Dors enjoy the right to bring in the a a redcoats to take Over the foreign for a year a years on the and Paris. Stages of Berlin chores of the Urban police trying doors on night rounds arresting Tipsy citizens policing Parks and began. Her graduation was a song recital. Concert informal summer recreation occupies attention of . Dust rial department hiked to the a Between the Saskatchewan gov i eminent and the Federal govern ment it does All the policing of Saskatchewan except in Urban centers. Summer informal recreation is quite occupying the time and attention of the girls in the various department groups at the y. W. C. A. The third and final period of the say at Home Camp for younger girls has been Well started Ani miss Marion Meigs the health education director is its director. She is being assisted this term by Jean Goodsell for arts and crafts j the girls Are exploring the institutions of Racine during August spending some time each Day in a guided excursion to know Racine better. On tuesday of this week the group visited the Racine water or handwork periods. Each Day j dam last thursday for their supper and games under the leadership of mrs. Mccall. On the same Hall will include a study of Gar even no another group of girls Bago disposal in the City. Meet with miss Meigs for a trip to another trip which was made Milwaukee and a swim in the Pool at the Milwaukee y. W. C. A. This week was an inspection of the coast guard station on thursday which was followed by a trip to the Beach and swimming for those girls who brought written permissions from their mothers. This group of younger girls meets each tuesday and thursday. There is no registration fee and each girl brings her own lunch and provides whatever other incidental expenses she May incur any girl participating in the health education program of the Racine association has a record of time limit which is regularly and automatically renewed indefinitely. Not interested. The customs service retorted that it we As not interested in the reason Why Al Bey Al Abed wanted to bring the car into France that whether or not the car went from is a Federal Force but by contract j Rance to Syria it was a foreign car and As such taxable and that the president of Syria was not chief of state of a foreign country because Syria being mandated to France was part of the French Empire. After Long argument the customs service finally decided to allow the president of Syria half the privilege of a chief of state and bring his car in duty free for six months also presumably with limitless privilege of renewal j which makes the distinction highly s academic. A human slate Quot a visions riches through exhibits Toronto ont. A a John dare 17, is a human slate and has visions of making his Fortune out of it. Strange sub for a Beach Beauty our skin treatments will add to your Charm on the Beach or a Quot Hie Pool. Remember that skin i. The outstanding feature of the modern Beach costume. And it is Well to consider this Bare fact we have aided in making Many o the most charming a Beach skin treatment is something to ask us about Hove Vou tried the new do Lait Beautes masque the masque is composed principally of pure fresh whole milk irradiated for Vitamin d. Compounded in such a manner that the benefits derived from Pasteur izing Are retained As Well As marvelous bleaching astringent and nourishing qualities of fresh milk. Masque finishing Cream the let a Lait Beautes masque together with the masque finishing Cream is the last word in the cosmetic Field. The finishing Cream is exquisitely beautifying and beneficial to the skin. A tissue and Massage Cream it also furnishes a Beautiful base for make up. Through some a dated examination on file at the stance in Johns blood writing local association and if permitted done on his body with a stick re to be Active is entitled to a record Mains legible for Long periods card permitting her to use the j a a in be had it stay for three and swimming facilities in any y. W. J some times four hours a Darch a. A. In the United states. The a a says. A my doctor says i can make i though they lived under the a trial unit generous por Ion both creams special. Regular unit masque Aud finishing Cream. $1.50 $375 estranged couple keep Home but never speak Brockton a Ai Cine association is anxious to sex a Fortune out of works becoming interested in the Way the City is caring for and protecting their health every Day. Following this interest in health the group has planned to become acquainted with the City health department under the friendliness and guidance of or. Thompson on tuesday of next week. This visit to the health Center at the City such As materials for us in Craft j is health education program to the women and girls of the City with its development of a Hobby and sport for everyone. Miss Meigs director was a member of the National committee which worked towards the establishment of a uniform health examination for All associations and has been instrumental in making it effective. Racine Coke none better sold by All Racine dealers and the his. Gas and Elco. Co. Classified musical directory of supervised recreation includes a music period for the sort of songs the Little girls love to sing in Camp for crafts when Many Small accessories find their Way to completion such As leather work and Bead purses a Story hour and some form of recreation whether ii be a trip games at the v. A. C. A. Building or an hour or two on x City playground. Whatever the specific program for the Day tuesdays and thursdays from nine in the morning until the Middle of the afternoon Are filled with Happy hours for these youngsters. Any younger girl is Welcome to come and join the group girls who have attended a summer Camp will particularly enjoy meeting their friends again. The older girls will find thursday evenings planned particularly for them. The girls of the in re ame sea legs for injury nem Bur sport a mrs George Morrill blamed a sea legs for her broken Arm. The Day after her return from an Ocean voyage she fell in her Home and broke her Arm. The same kind of Accident happened last year after an Ocean trip. Me roof mrs. Hattie Eaton Hasni to spoken or had any other kind of communication with her husband for More than four years. Mrs Eaton sued her husband cd Beauty studio mrs. Irene o. Lawler owner and proprietor 3115 Washington Avenue Jackson 6161 James s. Fornary and Paul e. Jorgensen announce the change in location of their Law offices front 223 sixth St. To 215 sixth Street second floor Prospect 36 wanted to but m us in i instruments for rash. We sell buy and Trade. Salak flow. For Sale we have the largest Stock of new and used musical instruments in Racine. Salak Bros. Pianos a Beautiful inter mediate Bungalow uprights will he sacrificed for Cash. Salak Bros. Trumpets. Completely Over hauled Lik new. Just the thing for your children to begin on. Salak Bros. Drum outfits we have Sevra very Fine used drum outfits of a Down and monthly Salak Bros. Trombones terms to Sui �l0-$15-f20- 5-$30. Sawiak Bros. Special announcement we have one of the most outstanding bargains in baby grand piano in the history of our business. Must be seen to be appreciated. Your used piano will be taken in As the Down payment Salak Bros. Personal if you Are looking for tillable merchandise at reasonable prices Don t fail to see our Stock before buying kayak Bros. Work wanted expert repair work of All types of musical instruments. Salak pros radios ski the new general elec tric radio with the new steel tubes. Prices from $34.50 to $175. Salak Bros. Salak Bros. I sic it o. 8ft8 sgt a h St Jackson 1814. I to 3 years to pay tor modernizing your Home now modernize your heating Plant now and pay for it a the easy the m Heller->1 ii Waukee finance company. Working in Eoo iteration with the Federal housing administration offer vol Loans for new Mueller heating and air conditioning equipment every employed Home owner May apply for a loan under this new plan. No red tape. No trick Quot. No excessive interest charges. There is Money to loan for yol on easy terms of one to three years to pay. The Mohr tonks hardware company is now in position to receive applications for these Loans. You Are Welcome to visit our display of Mueller heating and air conditioning equipment. A Quot a ii. For details about the Mueller Milwaukee finance plan. Modernize now illustration below shows the Mueller Square c ased full front Furnace xxx till the Mueller Cli Viator a fan and tilter air conditioning unit attached. Mohr Jones Furnace and Sheet Metal and St. Paul tracks phone Jackson 192 of using dangerous cleaning fluids at Home a. A cow a Quot a 9�?zwat 8 election Etc vr0 a \ fluid to mtg r Mari a fatal to her . Koch. A ret it a red n blast and to Loki pc mat mass on of the nun a i in i i a r Trajce dirs rained annually by women attempting to use dangerous. Inflammable fluids at Home. Reprint from the Jou Mol times july 26th Send your cleaning to a dependable local cleaner your local cleaners Are equipped to give you the very finest dry cleaning at reasonable prices. Their process is neither dangerous to you or your Gar. Ments and the results Are always most satisfactory Zius cleaners it dyers 222 state St. Jackson 40,1 Erickson cleaners it tailors 1210 Grove ave. Jackson 3762 Majestic cleaners it dyers 1618 Washington ave. Prospect 238 Lachat cleaners 612 College ave. Jackson is Racine Home owned tailors and cleaners a associated Nith the Independent cleaners inc

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