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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 23, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday bulletin August 23,1931 Uve Raymond Paige lbs weft cowl Jimmy Dorsey and his band in an Ace Maestro believes in Pioneer informal rehearsal before the aping. Few musicians do. Most of pointed hour. A ooh nothing re them Are Content to sit Back and plied Dorsey a just some of the wait until a trend has developed boys in the band fiddling while then they hop aboard. Witness Bob a a swing years ago it was a a a a few lads whose my the women a Rotairo a worn j simians were better a snood Lersy than eng air plane race meet will in i readers of music began passing elude such intriguing events As a hot licks from trombone to Trum bomb dropping contest with be pet and Back again and a a swing rib boned Dummy bombs and a i was born. Relay race in which the girls will but Paige has an Eye to the fun be required to land remove part of Ture of radio. For Many years their Cowboy costumes and then most of the musical experiments j take off again will be described Tion of a Forward sort was done 1 Over a May this afternoon at 1 30 solely by Frank Black Abc Gen j from the Curtiss Reynolds Airport eral musical director. But today Black has a rival in Paige. Paige firmly believes that the orchestra of the future will Dwarf the present Day a Large a radio orchestra of 22 men. What is More Floyd Gibbons will broadcast direct from Spain to America during the magic key program on Wenk at 12 noon today. Gibbons who has covered every major War time Tabie of foreign radio stations time table foreign stations on tur. Porters. Phuon Dotter stations Braa cirt daily at times gives unless otherwise noted he backed up that Pimon with his throughout the work for More than two decodes recently re own Money for not Long ago he gave an audition with an orchestra of 130 musicians. He was told that it looked like a revolutionary step and he agreed. A motor magnate took an option on the pro turned from Ethiopia to recuperate from the ravages of the african Campaign. Other features of the program will include Hilda Garde Mischa Levitski Shep Braddock Geers boyhood Palm there was a warm Welcome for John Mcgrath loft boyhood pal of Jimmy Braddock world heavyweight Champion when he arrived in new York after being paroled from the Anamosa la., reformatory As result of Braddock a intercession. The Champion is shown Here greeting him and telling him to keep his Chin up. Associated press photo. City Barranquilla bar in a Ruamie Buda put Buenos aim Caracas Eindhoven Geneva Guayaquil Havana Hulzen Jeloy London Madrid Melbourne Moscow Paris re Obama Kram and still holds the option., Fema bin 1 and the Abc sym the sponsor of the near future Orch try. Will have to give serious consideration to presenting not Only bet i ter show. But bigger ones if hei., me seasoned actor Are Defin Hopes to compete with the Well-1 a but a a Quot Quot a a a of of established top line the f1�?�the Bridge Paige jumps does not on e pm to t to Quot teem such a Long one when it is Quot unit la Irene Noblette considered that the move from i Dunn their sunday night Broad Nellie singing at the piano to the present Day orchestra of 22 men was made within a year. One of the earliest broadcasts was regarded As decidedly the announcer said that the conductor and his Large orchestra of eleven men would be heard in gems from a Robin Roy Hudson the poet and Rita Smith the Queen Are in perfect agreement about their Abc Wren shakespearean Broad casts on wednesday nights at 10 15, but they done to get together at All on the Best Means of Cooling off these hot Days. Roy Heads for a cold Shower and plenty of iced drinks Rita keeps Cool by drinking hot Tea and soaking in hot water. Sedley Brown and Alice Lowe Miles conductors of the a thus bands and wives program have been getting a lot of letters from younger members of the radio audience who Call themselves a a fun j Ture husbands and a future Many of these letters want help from present husbands and wives on the following question Quot How can i Tell if he or she really loves me a for the Benefit of those who done to put any Faith in the old method of pulling petals from a cast. Irene is naturally shy but feels Okay when tim is close at hand. The moment he turns away or walks across the studio to work at another microphone she gets the jitters. They can to walk and they can to talk but egad How they can swim and they can stay under water longer than anybody. Cute stuff see you soon Stamps by c. I. Dry would you like to hear Benny Goodman s orchestra playing a a stomping at the Savoy a and a Star dust a Are you anxious to hear from Jan Garber would you like to have by c. T. Dryz. It s been just 65 years since the Central american Republic of Guatemala joined the postage stamp issuing nations of the world. And that was 31 years after the first official government Stamps a again geared in great Britain in 1840. A pre the official Date for those first and parcel addition to regular postage. The first guatemalan Issue contained but four values i 5, to and 20-c, none of which is in the rare classification today. However there is an error of the 20-c, printed Blue instead of the regulation Rose which has a Catalon rating of $30. The next year 1872, the need for higher values became necessary. Then appeared the 4-Reale and 1-peso denominations with the coat of arms design altered somewhat. In the second Issue that for 1875, there was a Complete change in the Stamps the head of Liberty being placed within a Central Oval. On each of the four denominations a us i and 2-Reales a the Frame is different. 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Dally 3 to 5 30 p. In 7 to i p. M. 3 to 10 30 p. In. 6 30 to 8 30 a. In. 4 to 7 a. Rn., to a. By. To 4 p. In. 11 15 to 4 45 p. Rn., 10 30 p. In. To 12 30 a. Ai. 5 to 7 p. Rn., it to to p. In. 11 15 to 3 25 p. Rn., a to to p. In. I to 11 00 a. Rn., 3 40 to 7 p. In. 5 to 7 45 a. Rn., 8 toll a. Rn., 3 40 to 4 45 p. In. 5 to 7 45 a. Rn., 8 to 10 30 a. In. 5 to 7 p. In. 4 15 to 8 30 p. In. Dally except sunday i to 6 a. In. 5 and 9 a. In. Sun. 5 a. In. Wed. 3 p. In. Sun., mon., wed. And pit. 6 p. In. Daily 6 a. In. Sunday 12 30 p. In. Sunday. 9 15 a. In. To 4 p. In. 4 15 p. In. To 8 15 p. Rn., 8 45 toll p. In. 3 45 to 9 a. In. 8 to 10 30 p. In. Thursday 3 45 to 4 45 p. In. 6 15 toll a in. Ii p. In. To i a. Rn., 3 30 to 7 30 a. Rn., sundays 4 30 to 8 30 p. In. Asked the u. S. Post office department to Issue two More Stamps commemorating famous persons in u. S. History but the probability is that no action will be taken. One request is for a stamp honouring Mother Elisabeth Ann Bayley Seton founder of the order of the sisterhood of Charity of St Vincent de Paul another for one honouring the slave born Frederick Douglass famous negro journalist and instead of Selling its remaining potato tax Stamps to the highest bidder As first planned the u. S. Treasury department May decide on another Way of disposing of these Stamps. Protest of collectors caused the department to change its Vee taster airmail service has been inaugurated Between the United states and South America resulting in a saving of two. Days from Miami to Rio de Janeiro. At the same time the Post office department has announced weekly round trip schedules on the trans Pacific airmail route from san Francisco to Vee a there is Little probability that the trans Pacific route will be extended beyond Manila this Zal which takes its name from a rare and beautifully plumed native Bird. Stamp illustration. It May Puzzle some that Only illustrations of foreign Stamps get newspaper attention. Really its not a Puzzle rather its the Law. Uncle same a Law dealing with picturing postage Stamps was amended in 1923 to permit Black and White reproductions of foreign Stamps Only from plates which have been defaced. This defacing is usually done by drawing a White or Black line across the plate. With u. S. Stamp illustrations the requirement is stricter. The Law says that Only such portions of the Borders of u. S. Stamps can be used As will indicate differences in design. And these can be printed Only when enlarged two diameters. None of the Central part of the stamp May be included except maybe a hairline or two next to the Border. This regulation has led to the rather generally accepted policy of omitting detailed reproductions of newly appearing u. S. Stamps because printing of a part of the Border is of Little help to the collector. The stamp editor gives As exact As possible a description of the drawing leaving to the interested a first hand inspection when the stamp is available for Sale. Cata logs printed in the United states in meeting the terms of the illustration Law have attempted to indicate design variation by tile Border illustrations but these partial reproductions can give Only a hint of what a stamp really looks Vee various organizations have �?T2500.00 Cash awards simply have your child s picture taken in our studio a to and a duplicate picture will be submitted to the judges at no Cost to you prizes awarded for personality and Channer not just for a a prettiness. Every child under 14 has an equal Chance Mary e. Buchanan Manas a editor and Ralph o. Int Ellsworth an director of parents Magazine and Sanford Tousey artist author of a Cowboy Tommy will be among the judges. Lit Fuze of $290.00 awarded of parents Magazine so appointment necessary photographs 2nd floor Rahns Daisy Brown and mrs. Miles Are the latest addition to the Carefree bringing a number of people who carnival cast threatens to become have offered answers to the prob the poet of the air. Here is one lems up to the microphones. They of jigs More recent compositions will be heard during the broadcast Over went tonight at 5.30. Also on the docket of the a a meeting is a discussion about who should have the last word in naming the baby its father or Mother. A a half hour of delightful Organ music will be offered by Ray Gruis Over Wren at 12 noon today. Among the selections to be heard during the program will be ravers famous a Bolero a Billy Hills a the scene changes and a Medley of Strauss a Blue Danube Augie Jensen Well known Racine Tenor will appear As guest soloist on the broadcast aaa from the philosophy department of prof. Haltem neyers a kindergarten vacation time has a real advantage when Yon done to pay your Bills creditors think Yon Are away for awhile. Aaa the Story of Jacob s love for Rachel which was so great that he worked for seven years to win her for his wife and then when through trickery he was Given another instead worked and waited for her throughout another seven years is the plot of the Abc Wren Bible Story drama for tonight at 6 45. Studio visitors who have witnessed these broadcasts from the old testament Are almost always surprised at the youth of the cast for somehow one expects Bible stories xxi be portrayed by a cast of dignified Greybeard and it is something of a Shock to see this Young Good looking smartly dressed group As they read the lines of the familiar characters. A a what a this a asked Bing Crosby when he arrived in the music Hall and found Bob bums and fish Are generally Long and slim they Dart out and they Dart in View airing of what Louis primal guatemalan Stamps was june swing band will sound like when j 1871. The Central design was the he moves into the Blackhawk ret republics coat of arms. Now the tour ant this fall Well whatever j occasion is being commemorated your taste you la enjoy the new j by an overprint on the Semi postal program of the a rhythm Rhap-1 adhesive of 1927 which pictures Sodys to be heard Over Wren to-1 the general Post office and Tel Morrow morning at 11 15 and each week Day morning thereafter. Every one of these programs will feature new tunes played in the popular style by famous radio orchestras. The broadcasts will be presided Over by Ken Hegardt Wren staff announcer a who promises that each half hour will be a pleasing informal Way to pass a few minutes of the Busy morning. Incidentally the new song erase a Knock Knock is on the list for tomorrow morning. Too George Rand no actor who is downstairs at Rahns in Jill i l l ii i l in f of \ Alii i Imp Afifi twelve Ginger Rogers fashion creations of washable Renee crepe in Chalone Al yarns if Over 200 new dresses on Sale my thu graph building at Guatemala City. The overprint reads �?o1871 30th of june 1936.�?� this particular stamp has a 1-Centavo de quetzal face value and originally was prepared to provide a fund for the erection of a new Post office. The stamp was made obligatory on every posted letter \ please note Charles Harburt who has Boon associated for Mony Goon with Tho Plankinton Renton rant Plankinton Arcade Milwaukee in now in charge of oar ret Tea rant. Special sunday featuring delicious boart Turkey Fried Chicken a a time a Lika in tact Deli Siai Liaa cat cts Ween at Carnate. Restau rant i % in to. No. 2019 Block i Navy Brown silts is to 20 in August Sale of rugs and carpets this is a special close out Sale of Odd lots and assortments in 9x12 it. High Grade rugs. All rugs Ore perfect. Made seamless. In Beautiful patterns and colors. And priced very Low to sell quickly. $59.50 american Oriental Karston rugs 9x12 it. Size.$4800 e $45.00 heavy Bigelow Axminster rugs 9x12 it. Size.$37.50 $32.50 Axminster seamless rugs 9x12 it. Size.$25.00 a $29.75 american Oriental rugs 9x12 and 8 3"xl0 6&Quot sizes.$19.90 4 $1.59 velvet carpet 27 inches wide mottled design yd.$1.29 $2.50 heavy Bigelow Axminster carpet Rich colors yd.$1.88 e $1.00 fait Stair runners Tan and Brown with Border cd. .09c 4 $4.00 Royal Wilton carpet newest figured designs and colors yd.$2.98 rugs Carpe Jaarth flair Rahns in no. 2030 wino silts 14 to 44 no. 202$ Brown wino Btu silts 12 to 20 ii .m-3 in no. 202$ i 3 in wino a 12to so no. 2026 Gam Brown novy silts 12 Loio is k. A so a in i made of Clever studio pats Brown wino Navy Sites 14lo 44 in Terno in new gorgeous fall Colora a. A a sizes 12 to 44 a i pm try wino a. 904 wino Similo no. Grata Brown Navy silts j4lo no. 2022 novy bul Wock silos it to 101 v a. Toll wino Block novy Kilts it to 20 Hollywood fashion and value scoop try oho on today size 12 to 44 a Nget Quot d Pitter Jacw �0lsve wed Otott tailor crepe a they v14 genuine a to Cap cd sisal i a r re hrs i or w

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