Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
27 Dec 1936

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27 Dec 1936

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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - December 27, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin journal times i what our readers have a a to say. Circulation Over 21,000 1937 to continue upswing predict business leaders Racine wis., sunday december 27, 1936 father of builder Racine woman boxing track Golf racing baseball All did bit. Sunday bulletin Story of a wielders to crime on High seas brings Back old memories to South Side resident. Stress importance of la Bor problems and control of tells Story of honest lad dear editor Woods Are full of Public enemies far More harmful than a gun toting hoodlum a time to take mental inventory. Instrument would t ring basement clue tells Why. Appleton wis., dec. 25.�?mn a the mystery of Why the Telephone at the Fred Sheppler Home Hast been answered in four years has been solved. Persons at the other residence on the party line have been wondering Why no one answered the Lings when they knew some one was at the Sheppler Home. Ground wire gone. The secret came out when Sheppler Learned he had removed the Telephone ground wire while doing some Amateur plumbing in the basement of his merchants Are taking inventory Thisu. S. Celebrates happiest Christmas since 1929 Ivorid listens to Popes Appeal in name of peace peace conference ends. The inter american peace conference closed its history making sessions appropriately during Christmas week but in one of the 21 participating republics Cuba a internal discord was climaxed by the ousting of the president. The cuban Senate Early thursday removed president Miguel Mariano Gomez from office on impeachment charges voted by the House. He was accused of having attempted to influence legislators. Ironically his a a influence a had not kept the Congress from passing Over his veto the army sponsored sugar tax Bill to finance Rural schools. This measure demanded by col. Fulgencio Batista the army a Strong Man a had caused All the trouble. Gomez declared placing military teachers in Rural schools looked like fascism. Gomez who took office last May was the first president elected by the people since the Machado regime was overthrown by Batista and his supporters in the autumn of 1933. Vice president Frederico Laredo Bru succeeded Gomez. He and Batista Are Friendly giving Rise to the belief the army will increase its already important Power in the Island. The peace meeting at Buenos Aires showed Concrete a Good neighbor Quot achievements. Chief among 37 projects to strengthen Bonds Between the american nations and to liberalize Trade policies was a pact calling for consultation if War threatens the new world. A we must destroy War or War will destroy us a a warned Secretary of state Cordell Hull in a closing address. Time fro take frock Spain and China. The Christmas season brought no setup in the civil War in Spain. Instead the siege of Madrid by the fascist army was intensified. In London the european neutrality committee asked both turn to Page 2, column 4

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