Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
15 Dec 1935

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15 Dec 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 15, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Bulletin sunday journal times what our readers have to say. X is will in paid far i Abt comment i if i in t to i a column Racine wis., sunday dec. 15, 1935 circulation 19,500 murder of editor in strato hop pinned on Gangland mrs. Hannah Cay Stile 101, insects test marking birthday today her life racine9s history a meanest thief Quot takes boy s Bike 1>par editor of you can spar any spat in your , i hop you w ill print the latest version of the meanest thief. Monday afternoon my boy Rode his bicycle to Douglas Avenue to sell some theater tickets for the Benefit in oui Church. Intending to be inside hut a few moments the boy did not lock his bicycle and and when he came out he found it was gone. In the meantime three men were seen taking the bicycle and trying to ride it two at a time and the other walking North on Douglas Avenue. We inserted an and in the journal times so the men who took the bicycle could return it without being questioned if they still had a spark of honesty left. I might add that the boy earned the Money to buy his bicycle while other youngsters were enjoying themselves. Thank you for the bulletin As it is the Only Means i know of for making such an Appeal through the trying times of pre civil w a r of Days through the Jim period of recon of it v Striction through the evolution of 8 Industry b u s i b Ness and science of up to the May Chine marvels of 1 1935 has come up mrs. Hannah is Caystile who to Al Day is celebrate h ing her i Hist i birthday Anni a versa by. M r s. Caystile makes to r Home a with her son h James Caystile by on Superior Al Street. With the b exception of a eight years she i has resided in a Racine since she i was 9 years old i when she came i to this country b from Pineland. B mrs. Caystile b affect o n a t e i y Al known As a aunt Hannah to her b Many relatives b and friends was a Given the place of Honor at the fete which closed i 1 934. Flies from Wisconsin u expected to show effects. Baby saved from Waves by grandmother. Mrs. Basinger relates. Gibbet awaits three in Canada As Yule nears laxity of Minneapolis police and authorities is blamed. Madison . A a half dozen bottles of fruit flies from the University of Wisconsin were unobtrusive companions of captains Albert w. Stevens and Orval a. Anderson when they soared to a new stratospheric Altitude record of 74,187 feet it has been revealed. The flies were projected into j the adventure by prof. L. J. Cole geneticist to determine if tile cosmic rays which penetrated the Sheric Metal Gondola of explorer ii the giant stratosphere balloon i in which Stevens and Anderson went aloft would have any effect on the insects. Cole expects the flies to Tell the tale of their experience in the form of mutations and predicts that their Stury will have a tremendous significance for May reveal changes. He explained that the Experiment was expected to help in the study of hereditary transmission of changes the rays might have caused in the flies to their offspring. Such changes would not become strongly apparent until the second or third generation of descendants from the flies which accompanied the expedition. Cole said. Reproduction required about two weeks. The effect of the rays which had to penetrate not Only the Gondola Walls but the Box and Glass encasing the flies May show up in altered color of their eyes shape of wings or larger bodies he explained. A previous consignment of flies was lost aboard the explorer i when it crashed. By International news services unrelenting Canadian Justice boomed out a Christmas Carol of death on the Gallows for two women and a boy. It ruled mrs. Elizabeth til Ford must die next tuesday in Woodstock ont., for poisoning her husband. It decreed death on the Gibbet for mrs. Mary Cowan 28. And Allan Cowan 17. The Law charged mrs. Cowan persuaded Allan to kill his brother so Tho two could carry on a Clandestine love affair. Copyright. 1935. By United press Minneapolis dec. 14.�? or a tile Urshel kidnapping Case and the Jake Lingle murder in Chicago were brought into the Walter Liggett staying today. Police chief Frank borstal revealed he was investigating information which purported to show that Liggett had vital data hearing Oil both eases. Ile might have been assassinated it was theorized to silence him Iii connection with either one or these two sensational crimes. While the majority of heroic rescues on the great lakes Are credited to run. There have been instances when women saved the lives of others while endangering their own. Racine s Early Marine history is filled with daring Rescue by sailors but one by a woman and an aged one at that stands out prominently. That Rescue does not occupy a Page in the work of historians but it still is vivid in the memory of mrs. Mary Basinger. 1832 Park Avenue Mother of Frank and Harry Basinger. According to her reckoning the Rescue referred to occurred about 7 7 years ago before Racine had a Harbor. She was the daughter of Allen Burdick a Brick manufacturer whose Yard was North of the City in those Days. The Home in which they lived was completed in 1855. And it still stands at the Point on the wind Point Road where it turns to the West and in known is four Niilo Road. Lone tree in tile picture. Again the Lone tree its trunk i it aching to a height of 90 or More feet at the lowest limb plays a part. Mrs. Basinger related the other Day How while she still was a Small girl a two masted Schooner ran ashore in a storm a Short distance North of the Point Lighthouse. The ship was in charge of capt. Morris and with him were his wife and Small child and his Mother a woman Well past Middle place to be Refuge for lost or unwanted dogs and cats. Make Yule spirit count urges Reader Pear editor most people who Are Able to do a y Christmas giving at All give a i of useless presents. They know mat Cousin Jenny needs Coal but what can they do when aunt Fanny always gives them something gorgeous so they give an expensive useless present to aunt Fanny and let to poor Cousin Jenny keep warm the Best she can. There Are Many people All around us feeling the Pinch of Winter. For instance i know of one old lady trying hard to keep warm and Well in half a ton of Coal a month All she is allowed. Could you do it i know t use a lot More than that. Also there Are Many Many Young people out of school vrho have not been Able to find work and at their age it is pretty hard not to get discouraged. Why not drum up a few Odd jobs. And use some of 1 lit Christ Anas Money to give a week s work it Quot a few Days work or even one Days work a just think How that would encourage some Young girl or boy who can to find work or some older person who can to hold a steady Job. Now is the time to do a Good deed w Ith real Christmas spirit in it a Many thanks for the bulletin. H. North main St editor s note wholesale gambling and underworld controlled liquor traffic form the background responsible for the assassination of Walter w. Liggett crusading Minneapolis editor it is asserted in the following article written by Howard Kahn editor of the St. Paul daily news exclusively for International news service. New organic substance causes strange things to happen. Iowa City Ery of a new organic substance enabling scientists to control Plant life and growth at will was announced today by prof. Walter f. Loehwing of the University of Iowa botany department. Experiments conducted with the new a Plant dynamite have spurred the Hopes of botanists that the Gap Between Plant and animal life May be spanned. Lily petals grow roots. The substance so effective in controlling Plant growth that roots have been produced from the petals of a Lily is known As a heter Auxin a Loehwing said. It is a compound found in animal tissue. Loehwing explained that the substance was not first found or produced synthetically in University of Iowa laboratories. But his experiments Are the first extensive tests of its influence on Plant life. Bonus payment is near poll of Congress shows keep your germs to yourselves plea car editor i was in a crowded bus the other Day and was compelled to stand up near several persons suffering with colds. These persons coughed often Sud never covered their Mouths while doing so. Think of the number of people exposed to these persons carelessness. This does not happen Only in buses but in stores and private Homes. I had a Long severe cold last Winter after visiting a Friend suffering from a cold and she b01 covering her Mouth. The joke is she said she was near a person having a cold my this per Quot to coughed directly in her face. Please those persons having ids. Keep the germs to yourself nobody else wants them mrs. I. Prospect St a i hired pres Mil of Congress shows thai payment of tin veterans Bonus is Alnio to certain to he voted and that the veterans bloc probably will have strength to Over ride a presidential veto if necessary. Ment next year if it were to go Over. They did not Promise to support it but they agreed not to use any parliamentary Man coverings such As committee delays or other obstructions to keep it off the Senate floor. The administrations attitude toward revival of the Bonus has not been clearly presented vet. V Veteran so organizations expect the administration to attempt to arouse Public antipathy toward the Bonus by emphasizing claims that new taxes would lie necessary if the adjusted service certificates were to be redeemed in Cash. Value Sci at $ t.5ll0.immmm 0. The Issue Max be tied Iii with Economy efforts and presented As Burden is High could not be properly fitted into the governments budget. On the contrary there was some reason to believe that Treasury officials recognizing the Power of the Bonus drive had worked out a plan for meeting the $2.-000,000,000 Drain if necessary the approximate value of the adjusted service certificates at maturity would be $3.500, too. Too. Loans have been made to holders of the certificates amounting to More than $ 1,500.000,000. The Bonus agitation started the Day the armistice was signed and has continued since. It began with a. $60 payment to All veterans. The Post War depression found Many veterans unable to get jolts and soon hundreds of Bills for various types of Bonus payments came to the front. His Mother was the heroine in the emergency. The boat was Only a Short distance from the Shore. A hut there was open water Between it and the Beach. There was no trouble in getting the adult persons ashore but the child was too voting to risk a wetting. The sailors threw a Light line to the Shore where the end was picked up by men on the Beach. By i that Means a heavier line was dragged ashore and the end fastened to the Lone tree which stood on top of the High Bank. The other end was made fast to the Mast at the Cross Trees. Strains infant Oil rack. It was the plan of the elder mrs. Morris to save her grandchild. The infant was strapped to her Back and protected with blankets and with her precious Load the aged woman it climbed up the rigging to the Cross Trees and ventured out onto the rope. It was a precarious task but she i persevered and. With her feet Over the line she worked her Way to the Beach. The infant suffered no ill effects. Mrs. Basinger tells of another wreck at that Point. A rap at the do Hgt a of their Home at Midnight aroused her father who admitted a group of sailors. The Captain the mate five other members of the Crew and a passenger were there. They were wet and they remained in the Burdick Home until they were Able to leave for their Homes. Tile Captain remained there for two weeks while the vessels cargo of wheat was unloaded by wheelbarrows which were trundled Over a Plank walk built Between the stranded boat and the Beach. Ben Lindsey at 66, pledges his life to juvenile courts Washington a the veterans Bonus Center of controversy in four administrations and vetoed by four presidents appeared on the basis of a United press poll of Congress today to lie headed for Cash payment during the new year. A preferential order of business in the Senate the Bonus Issue will be revived soon after Congress meets Jan. 3. Overwhelming sentiment for payment was shown in answers of congressmen and senators to the question a will you Vole to pay the Bonus a the voting was so heavily in favor that it appeared Likely that veterans forces would have strength to Over ride a presidential veto. May get t ocl her. Efforts of the american legion and the veterans of foreign wars to Settle on a Bill suitable to both w Ere expected by capital observers to prove successful and to bring together the various groups whose j bickering at the last session brought defeat when the presidents veto was sustained in the Senate. When the Bonus plan was coming to a vote in the Senate last Spring democratic leaders promised to give it preferential ii Quot Lisle Drivers fail difficult Auto tests London. Up a some 16,000 English citizens or 13 out of every too applicants failed in the compulsory driving tests tor would be motorists since june. These figures Are part of a new burst of statistics by England zealous minister of transport Leslie Hore Belisha in evidence of improved motoring conditions. The 16,000 who tried and failed would have been behind the wheels of automobiles with resultant danger to life and property were the driving tests nonexistent or. Lore Belisha pointed out. Los Angeles. A ins a a i would be very Happy to spend the balance of my life in the work for children that i started in Colorado and helped to spread All Over the world through the juvenile court Superior judge b n b. Lindsey of Dis Angeles county who was judge of the juvenile court at Denver colo., for 27 years made that statement As he celebrated his 6 the birthday. A while i started my work in Colorado and attained a deep affection for that state and its people who always befriended me in every struggle yet while practically exiled from that state by a former supreme court made up at that time of some of my bitterest personal and political enemies i have been so generously and wholeheartedly received in California it is my Hope now to be assigned to the juvenile court department of the Superior court of los Angeles county a judge Lindsey said. Recently the Colorado supreme court reinstated him to practice in that state. Clerk s memory and Courtesy praised let a editor i wish to take thir Opportunity to thank the clerk of a Large department store in Racine for her memory and Courtesy til oct. 2h i bought three Small articles at ibis Stote and As i was in a hurry and had other packages in my arms i accidentally forgot the package in the store. saturday afternoon. Dee. 7, i came across the same clerk that waited on me and she remembered i had purchased those articles there. She went to the office and to my Surprise the package was returned to me. I certainly was very glad to get the package As i had made Racine my Home All my life and just recently moved to a Small town. I find it hard to do my shopping in a Small Tow ii. Thanking Yon very much for the sunday bulletin and this Means of expressing my appreciation of the memory of tit is a Lerk. F. In Burlington by is it Points to High Cost of crossing safety dear Kroitor i am vat it ing this in an answer to t. So of rapids drive. I firmly agree that the Accident which occurred on our North Side was horrible and wholly uncalled for but lets forget the sentimental Side of the question and look on its practical Side. Racine is no Quot Bagdad w Here Etta i Madi son wig., dec. 14.�? a increases in earnings of Wisconsin factory workers during the past two years Are closing the excessive Gap Between incomes and living costs. O. A. Fried state Industrial commission statistician disclosed. During the period from 192 9 to 1933 per capita earnings declined More rapidly in Wisconsin than living costs Fried explained. That situation is being rectified by increases in weekly earnings during the past two years due not so much to higher wages As to restoration of longer working hours he said. Many industries again Are approximating a 40 hour working week. Weekly learning gain. Factory workers weekly earnings. Averaging $15.31 in 1933, increased to an average of $20.76 for the first to months of 1935, commission statistics showed today. Factory payrolls and employment were 96.2 per cent and 4 7.3 per cent greater respectively in october. 1935. Than in the same month of 1932. And 26.8 per cent and Ili per cent greater than in october of 1934, it was reported. California births increase sharply Sacramento Calif. A a a California couples Are differing from those in most sections of the nation by contradicting scientific and religious leaders and stepping up the birth rate. During the first seven months of this year 45,614 births were recorded a the largest number for that corresponding period during the past four years. The state department of Public health credits returning Prosperity for the increase but Points out that 7.5 per cent of the births were among families who were on Relief. July brought More babies than any single month since August 1931, with 7,034 births being reported. Dread Scourge of humanity combated by new w weapon 31 Ore dads take up baby bathing study Chicago. A a housewives will have a hard time getting husbands to polish the car if the baby washing fail Here attracts anymore men devotees. Estelle r Wellman director of the red Cross course in a Home Hygiene said she tries to omit the baby washing part of the course but the men insist on it. A they Are Apt pupils too a miss Wellman said. A they learn just As fast if not faster than toe cause of the sudden enthusiasm among men. According to miss Weltman is the depression. Red Cross statistics show an increase of seven per cent in certificates issued to men As Reward for their completion of the Home Hygiene course she said. Must is be to next \ at it to Climina which i think t. Are a Ltd going to first the Mone from the railroads pm is no exception North a Las been w a Jose Down by Quot italian Pool Milan a i is it them a my candidate Hack ride in Hack to win votes Quincy mass our a Louis Hack City Council candidate believes in capitalizing on his name. He hired an old fashioned horse drawn Hack and drove about the City with the following sigh a ride to Victory with Hack in a our swimming Pool d to be one of Tho in the world has been cd during the present Sis in Ord r to effect in Light Power and Ordinary quinine the oldest therapeutic known to Medicine is being produced by the Mellon Institute in sufficient quantities for use in the treatment of pneumonia an Institute official disclosed. Time was when Quinin was As dangerous to use As buildings still stand Iii 1891 ghost town Carthage. N. C. A i a3 a a ghost town sleeps 40 Miles from Here. Once engaged in the production of millstones out of Moore county grit the town has been abandoned 4 4 years. The buildings Are All there. Including Homes Post office hotel Neve that can Ive used with safety. A a previously derivatives of quinine have been too dangerous to use in the first stages of pneumonia. A in clinical Medicine a he continued a we prescribed Ethyl Apo Quinin Only As a last resort in cases where we believed death would occur. And it was Worth the Gamble. Leal and Down to Oart r. L. A. Abr thanks journal for its movies dear editor i want to thank yet Cine to it fitted to witness the the swimming Pool was opened in Ltd etcher. 1934 Ani occupies an entire building newly erected on the site of the old Railroad station torn Down four years ago. It has an electrically operated sectional sliding roof of translucent Glas a visitors gallery of witness tells about Prosperity that came to Drake promoter Hun get face powder As cosmetics sponsors i. Kom in St or m up a the six Leominster school committee members received their just Reward for instituting the citizenship a a cosmetics course at the High school. School superintendent or. William la. Perry handed the committee composer of men and women a Box of lace powder at the last meeting. Now Federal prosecutor charge that Itoe Hel was one of the a March collectors and a King Pink of the mythical Drake estate aet Ivity in Wisconsin Kisser pointed out. Hissed said he Learned that Rochel became connected with the Drake estate promotion through an acquaintance with Oscar Hartzell. Tells of big payment. As evidence of the lucrative transactions involved Kisser testified to the Chicago jury that to a Hel admitted to him that he sent a 1.6&Quot to a Man named Jones in Iowa explaining that he had collected the Money from a a investors in this Vicinity. The Federal prosecutors Are seeking additional testimony along the same line on charges that mrs. Koehel shipped Money front Here by express. Ald. Glt Rahardt Scott railway express employer Here a been asked to testify regarding such shipments it was Learned. No people. The stained hot Register shows the iat entry was made Al ii 2. 18 91. The streets Are grown Over in weeds and shrubs. Why human beings abandoned the spot is a matter of conjecture. Gas death hair for drunk Driver Duston. A ins a said Rev. C. Gordon Brownville from the pulpit of Tremont Temple a Drunken Drivers who kill should certainly die in the electric chair. It is just As much a sin to drive recklessly on the highways As it is to go out with a gun and kill in order to Rob. A i think it is time when men in pulpit should preach about tile increasing number of fatalities i brows Boldo Iii spa it follows her Home Beaumont. Tex ins a will a let was taken and cast by the Ravine cameramen. I must sax much credit goes to these men for their work. Hoping that i will again be permitted to witness the showing of this picture so that i May learn for Abonit the newspaper and what i t t ikes to make a Fine paper Arns y truly yours. With this Issue the �?o1935 Christmas gift catalogue a a 32-Page tabloid Section packed with Christmas pus eyes tons i weather Outlook Chicago dec. 14.�?op�?weather Outlook for the period of dec. 18 to dec 21 for the Region of the great likes considerable cloudiness frequent cloudiness Light precipitation and frequent temperature it hang North portion Sou a portion mostly Cloudy with near nor longer recess is student s plead car editor not intoxicated filled with the

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