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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 29, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say. Sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5-no. 37. Racine wis., sunday dec. 29, 1935. Circulation 19,500 Reader commends pol test newsboy dear editor i believe i i Lave of mid Racine s pol test r new Salt it a. It Vvhs not much of an inc ident but it did impress me i a s hut by ing i to to the Post office wit it in v arms full of Bun Dies and he w As sri ii a cars on the St co h1 h is up for in e to to a ti1, when Stead if t u in i t g a Vav a v to his Job. Dashed ii a the pen both doors for the w s courtly is any n cd lev ii in i i Riping a lady in d str its it we eel to inv in Jov the bulletin / our hoi ramble i. Theta a regular every Sun a morning everyone wants a re d it first. Ltd. J of. Co Meg e ave Racine claims role in debut of Grid sport collegians came with Michigan in 1879 recalled. Age hits hardest on Chin but preserving Youthful Jawline is quite simple Christmas theme love your neighbor dear editor thank you for the bulletin which we Al enjoy every sunday. Probably most of its readers have neighbors about whom they feel exactly As i do about mine. And since every Racine a neighbor Quot gets a bulletin., maybe these verses will help Tell them How much they Are a appreciated. A merry 4 Fri Atmaa though this is a ing. Sent to wish Yon i want to add a b the Way i feel i Yea re about How mud cheers me on the paths a and How the so i i add memories de i take your dough you bring Back i no night too dark whatever my Nee by your zinnias Deol you pick my Coli Blest indeed is h a Friend like you. When sorrow car and i was Desola with helping i Sou i you shared the b so. When at last we move to seek by i la Only ask a Little a that s very dose bes the streets of heaven will seem to me Moi of earthly Friendship a a in line. No h Confidence Campaign for City suggested dear editor i suggest that Racine have a fid enee drive. So called pros Quot ill continue to Dodge around ners until Confidence returns to masses and to our credit system it is an accepted fact that of the major causes of our no Ops business cramps is the Psi logical cause i. A. Bani res in tilde. Confidence can spread As As fear and it is much More b Arial. With Confidence comes by and extending of credit thus ornately Prosperity. This buying extending of credit May not i die Matt depression but ii Quot i a telling blow. It is Well known that people subject to the emotions of Sui. Imp sympathy and imitation can be shepherded into refine thinking by advert gang Why then adder to # on fido Ami Deal Ole Man depression a it Ltd Vuk Here s word of Praise for clerks in stores dear editor i should like to put in a wore Praise for the Effic Iem it of Man the employees in the Racine Sto during the Christmas shop stores were crowded and to clerks had to stand through i hours patiently polite in order satisfy the throngs of people s of w Horn did not even know exit Quot hat Thev Quot anted mane Otool. Calls doll Library Boon or Small girls a. Cd tank them. After her clo is read f other Litt petted to borrowed this nit around c sure it i to Many c a dolls v Kapp w be a urges More buses for morning Rush dear editor the a for a i nine a nine. Fir and Beh did no to k coming l is one a to inv a others o it is t a rid that that compar v Quot e have by see m. See before Racine Carne into the National limelight As a Racehorse town through the victories won by Jay Eye see owned by the late Jerome i. Case founder of the Case company it was credited with pitting a football team Aag not a team from the University of Michigan. The game was played in a White stockings Park a Chicago on May 30, 1879, and the Michigan alumnus of december credits it with being the first game of collegiate football played West of the alleghenies. Racine was favored to win because the team had training Whilt n had not been enjoyed by the Michigan players but the Racine College team lost by a score. As reckoned today of 9 to 0. As scoring was reckoned then it is said the score was i to 0. Summer game As Well. There was no waiting until fall for football in those Days it was a year round game. The Challenge for the game came in the fall of 1878, but the game was postponed until the following May in order to allow the Michigan boys to obtain books on the game from the East. The Raeine Michigan game was a one touchdown affair the Ball brine downed by Michigan at the North end of the Field in to Linn Par. Chi ago at about the Point Quot Here the Fountain now is located. Pond for Michigan did the trick in. The second half of the game. Crack ballplayer. There is nothing to show How Long football was played by the local College boys but it is known that baseball was the popular sport Here with College boys some year later. Back in 1 884 the College boys were known to be among the Best in that sport and several crack players were turned out. Among them were the late a. J. Rent. Former mayor of Racine and the late p. Henry Connolly City Engineer for Many years. Bunt. Pitching for Racine College. Won Many games and later play d on the Wisconsin University team and still later in Milwaukee. Connolly also was a Pitcher of note and was on the University team at one time being pitted against bunt w Hile the latter was with the Milwaukee aggregation. Racine was in a state league about that time the other teams timing the University a am at Madison. Beloit like Forest and Evanston. Italian priest gives Bells to War fund Kari Italy ins a the Parish priest of the Village of Carrassi has taken Down two of his Church Bells and Given them to the government War Metal fund declaring that a one Bell is sufficient to Call the faithful to celebrate the just and inevitable Bahan Iii Iff steals Auto of District Jud be reverb. ins a believing the theft an act of revenge against judge Samuel l. Cutler of Holsea District court police of this City were checking on All prisoners itly Given their release from judges car was stolen exercises and posture help keep tissue firm no excess flesh Man the Beauty of Lovely Irene Hervey s Chin and Throat. Racine radio amateurs to have Quot Oso contest the Racine Amateur radio club will sponsor a Esq contest to he held during All weekends in january. All licensed amateurs arc invited to enter. The contest period will begin at 5 a. In. Cost saturday Jan. 4, and halt at la p. Rn., sunday night Jar. 5, continuing for the same periods on each of the following weekends Jan. 11-12, 18-19 and 25-26, 193. The object of the contest is to see How Many new stations can be Quot worked a and to test the effectiveness with which Racine transmitters can cover this country Ani the rest of the world in Case of need or of failure of other forms of communication. Gle so for a Contact with Africa or Asia. A vim a rules. The first prize is a year s subscription to St the monthly Organ of the american radio relay league. Copies of the rules. Including the Complete scoring table Are available at the Wren transmitter room or at Vav 9 pts 1505 Flatt Avenue. Irene Hervey Illus Trovei the first step in on exercise to Correct Bod neck posture. By Aluta ii Ort fortunately the Chin and Throat a generally the first spots to show signs of age Are fairly easy to j keep Young looking and Beautiful. I expenditure of a comparatively i Small amount of time and Effort makes it simple indeed for any. Girl to Ward off fullness below the Chin a heavy look about the jaw Bone and a Crepy Throat. The Throat needs plenty of Rich Cream Correct Massage and prep a rations to stimulate circulation j of course. New routines in some i of our better Beauty shops make no use whatever of slapping and i patting. Instead operators who give facials work upward with fingertips on the Throat then with thumbs and forefingers Pinch and Mold the flesh along the jaw turn to Page la. Column 5 a i iucv1 i Recty to the Chin helps to keep the skin firm and Clear. The film Star uses cubes from her refrigerator. Public aids plan to get state Park supervisors say county is Well supplied with Sites. Goo Fiest stories of 1935 picked out of press file sins a new Tork dec. 28-Here Are the ten goo Fiest stories a of 1935 editors searching the files for the biggest stories of the year came upon these and decided they were the non Parsils for nuttiness. Here they Are the Story of Young Stephen k. Simkovitch son of a nationally prominent social worker who signed a contract in California to be Frozen Rumpl Ririe then revived. Best go getters in circulation contest win big Day and night in Chicago ism Al Contact any station in of the world May he c Points in the contest b facts Are excluded Points claimed for a be scored according t contest table drawn rules committee Whir worked out according Tance and the each foreign for Exning excluded. By other part a acted for t local con a scoring. La so will an official p by the has been to the Dis itty of working dec Tail. Rom garage Here. Banker wills cards to Harvard Library Salem. Mass. A tins a Albert Thorndike investment banker of Boston and Nahant left i collection of playing cards to the Harvard i n Ive ref to Library. Ii years late Dew Kil Insil a warrant for a 14 Bounty offered by the state to for coyotes killed in remain unpaid. State Charles m. Armstrong w. B. Xvi life of new York a Nephew of the late j. L. Re who killed the coyotes re a presented the warrant for ent. Armstrong on advice in state attorney general a refused payment on the ids that the Law providing be Booty had been repealed ars ago. Rumanian wine Sells for Penny per pin Bucharest a ins a there is such a glut of wine in Rumania just now that wine is being sold for As Little As a Penny a pint. Barrels Are so scarce that the peasants Are pouring old wine away in order to make room for a bolted Japan cuts kisses from foreign film uns this veal noir of c. 18 9 3 trea Rule. City peso win Fok it 8,<i<h� feet of been Cut oui foreign films in Japan. Weather Outlook Washington. Weather Outlook i dec. 30 to Jan. 4 of the great leak s Titan on to Hou t i lure chances. Dec. 2 8.�? . A it a the period of for the Region frequent t re five journal times Carrier boys winners in a recent subscription contest with hundreds of other carriers will Quot do Chicago today and tonight As guests of Frank r. Starbuck the publisher. Tim boys who will leave at 9 32 a. In. On the Chicago North Shore amp Milwaukee line Are Richard Kratohvil 1637 Superior Street Lames Tennesen 14"4 grand Avenue Raymond Yon Germeten. 924 Wisconsin Street Joseph Bodner. I eft2 drove Avenue and Frederick West Berg. 744 Park Avenue. To sit big mar. After their arrival in Chicago t Ley will be taken to the Oriental theater where they will see the Mills Brothers and Toby Oving in person. Then they will Dine at Henri cies. In the evening they will see Paul Lukas in person at the Chicago theater following which they will take a taxi ride to the Chicago stadium to witness a hockey came Between the Chicago Blae Hawk and the new York markers afer a lat look at the where they Are scheduled to arrive at i a. In. Henry Hank Larsen circulation manager of the journal times. Will accompany the carriers on their trip. ebon the cd a 1mi \ w Ere the Best in getters Iii tile re let it journal times circulation contest. Their Reward is to lie a a big Day and night in Chicago. From left to right they arc top Richard k r a t o c ii v i i. A Lames Tennesen Raymond Yon Germeten and a ins pm Bodner below. Frederick xxx Otberg. Recreation department will resume lasses the Racine recreation depart it has announced that ladies Quot classes As Well As All Hildren s classes which in tinted during the holidays will be tap Dancin a a in the interests of science news Experiment was called off. Public swallowed Mem. The Story that ethiopians were training Lions to attack italian troops. The Story that the italians had perfected a new departure in chemical warfare a substance to j Burn the Bare feet of the ethiopian t mops. The Story that air craftsman Shaw Lawrence of Arabia is soil Aln e and is now a British agent in Ethiopia. The revelation in a Chicago trial that hundreds of americans in the Middle West had parted with thousands of dollars under the impression that they were heirs to the fabulous estate of sir Francis Drake. The flight of Young Bombo from Spain across the South Atlantic to marry his mexican sweetheart. Ile cracked up in South America and arrived in Mexico just in time to say Good Bye to the Young woman who was leaving tor Spain and had no intention of marrying him. The escape of Al Capone and other monkeys in Frank Bucks compound at Massapequa Long Island while Buck was in Singa pore unable to a bring Mem Back remember Chain loin the it Bain letter craze Eul Ninnat Jing with circulation of letters among Wall Street brokers calling for enclosure of $100 to get Back i a million. J mayor Charles Smiths contests at Seattle including the putting out the cat contest the putting in the diapers contest for fathers i and culminating with the a iceman i dash for the Housew Ifer ski so in j which a score of iceman carrying j 50 Pound pieces of ice in their i tongs raced for rewards from Domestic beauties. The complaint of new Jersey nudists which caused la Airest and trial of their neighbor. Farmer will Searles on charges of peeking. He was acquitted. Racine county is Well supplied with Sites suitable for a state Park according to members of a special county Board committee which was named to meet with the state planning committee in an Effort to have such a Park located in the county. Since the november session of the Board of supervisors when it was decided to attempt to obtain a state Park committeemen have been trying to interest organizations and the Public in the movement. Already results Are being obtained and nearly a dozen clubs and civic bodies have endorsed the project. 28 properties offered. At the time supervisors were considering a plan to seek the location of a acc Camp in Racine county 2 8 properties were offered. Charles Lamb Engineer of the National Park service made surveys of the properties and quickly eliminated 19 As unsuitable. The remaining nine Are said to he adequate for state Park purposes and these will be submitted to the state planning commission when a visit to Racine county is arranged. Investigations by Racine county committeemen have revealed that 12 state Parks have been located in Western Wisconsin and a much smaller number in the Eastern Section of the state. Wauls Aid of Public. I in referring to the Campaign now under Way Sam Lahr Secre-1 tary of the committee said a we j Hope everyone in Racine county i will become Park minded enough to require their state senator and assemblymen to do All in their Power to obtain tile establishment of a state Park in Racine the Racine county committee is made up of Joseph Smerchek chairman of the county Board w. Harold Pugh and Sam Lahr of the county Park commission and a. C. Muegler and Stephen Kosterman of the county Park committee. Philadelphian aide to sup cow in zoo Philadelphia a ins a for 142,000 Philadelphia children who have never seen a cow the zoo is erecting a Model one half acre farm right in tile famous Garden. A Survey declared c. I. Cohoe executive Secretary or the Philadelphia interstate Dairy Council showed that that no Miler of youngsters had no More idea what a cow looked like than Well than a Dodo Bird. There la he chickens pigs Hay and everything but the cow will be the feature attraction. Poison in sin Jill bean by a in Jas death to boy canned Beans set the tainted aside when she As she opened Lloyd took one while his Moth Wash. A ins a Ming lurking in a tight death to Lloyd a lie had eaten the of a Jar of Home the boys Mother Jar of vegetables j heard them sizzle the lid. Boy like bean from the Jar Wasny to looking. Maine student walks 21 Miles to glasses White i Eli travelling 24 Mil me. A ins a each Day to and Gardiner High a senior Roger Cord of Seldom ooh he walks a lifts from Rosu in girls tap dancing classes will not be continued until Jan. 9 at the Lakeview Community Center and Jan. To at the Racine Street Community Center. Girl conquers blindness i of g a it Kan a Olp �?a11 Houg h Lucile Curtis 16, was afflicted with blindness when she was 7, she refused to allow it to keep her from school. Sh1 recently finished High school us sri Honor student and plan to continue on to Olla go. Urls Iii Palestine show ancient outposts ruins of a Chain of second Century roman fortresses extending South from the dead pea towards Petra have been uncovered by professor Alt of Germany. The ruins Date 40 years after destruction of the Temple by the romans. Milestones from roads joining the fortresses Are believed related to the Encampment of the a Orth roman legion Quot i ii headed a Hatta k in Jan a Ai. I \ Xis it. Am Mas ens Quot Are usually i deserts of anime Urban manikins one of the town Ash the Ideal to Community group of sure shafts and it remain d of in mire shafts

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