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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 02, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin T a. I is Al. I what our \ readers have Sun Day journal times bulletin ill of paid comment this cd la station Wren praised for cold wave Aid do a editor i Trust every listener of run radio station Realises the inestimable service they rendered the Public during the sub Zero week. In announcing the Public school closing they gave such valuable help to parents teachers and pupils. The postponement of the different meetings and gatherings help to those interested of highways to the and business people vol. 5�?"no. 42. Racine wis., sunday feb. 2,1936. Circulation Over 21,000 business this a help. And last extra news Broa x i a was very i thanks to everyone de in this service a for the bulletin. R. Cd pc. Were a great conditions truck Drivers who transact was also a great it not least the ast from 7 45 to re appreciated. In to participate Many thanks main Street. Thanks to newsboys for special service dear editor i wish to take this time a Hearty thanks to our new All the newsboys in Racine. Times this Winter when to w a s i i so Iboy and several in Snow p and the weather cold our or rang the hell and handed the paper instead of throwing the porch. I wonder if the people of Racine appreciate what the newsboys Are going through for our Comfort s All give a Hearty thinks to the newsboys of Racine and for our sunday bulletin. I. P., route 3. On writes in defense of Utility company dear editor i noted with interest what e. E., sixteenth Street said about the utilities company. Of lie would just read the reverse Sid of his Gas Bill he would find that there Are pay stations maintained on both the Southwest and North sides of the City. This constant harping on the util Ines company is rather a poor pastime is i believe Racine gets As Good or better service As any other City Chr dugout the state. D. M., Wright a a j auditorium proposal called too costly dear editor replying to m. W., Taylor Avenue who. In tile january 26th Issue it of the sunday bulletin writes Quot Racine is listed twentieth in the list of big cities of Wisconsin and ifs about time something is being done station Wren. About it. Please fathers and Moth were free but roster shows rapid growth of symphony from 25 to 45 since 52 audiences Snell inst steadily. Unusual in Many respects the Racine symphony orchestra which gave the fourth of the season s series of six concerts at the Mai Street theater tuesday evening has grown from an organization of 25 members in the fall of 1932 to 45 at present. Within its ranks Are persons of Many stations in life and of almost As Many nationalities As Are represented in Racine. They Range in age from 17 to 74, the average being 41. Inspired by a love for Good music they give of their time and ability receiving As their compensation the Opportunity of improving themselves and the satisfaction of aiding in the cultural development of this Community. Ask Public support. The Only return its members expect from the residents of Racine and Vicinity is sufficient support to make its continuance a possibility. Critics say the organization compares favourably with those of much larger cities and that it deserves support. At the close of last season each member received Only $15 for the entire 40 weeks to work. Included in the roster Are 12 professional musicians whose livelihood is gained through the teaching or playing of music. All others have other occupations and make music their Hobby. Frederick Schulte organized the group under the name of the Little symphony orchestra of Racine. During the first season 1932-33, to concerts were Given in churches and Halls and one Over gems with a of fatal curse lured Many to disaster Charm school due to open on fee. 24 will be held at woman to club for 4 Days miss Janette Serrec Well known in Racine will be in charge again elaborate and instructive program is arranged. Most of them in some cases a a is wont you give a Washington slight charge was made to defray the expenses of music. Co operation of Racine soloists added much Charm and variety to the first season s concerts. Small charge made. With 30 members the orchestra gave six concerts during the second season. Season tickets were sold at nominal fees. Guest soloists of Racine again aided in the presentation of the series and Dar Vriesman Secretary of the association of Commerce acting As tee helped materially in its development. Augmented by five new members in the third season the group with the assistance of soloists of local and National reputation gave six concerts at St. Catherine to auditorium. Season tickets and single admissions helped defray expenses that year also. Civic clubs co operate. With a continuous improvement shown in the presentation of is programs audiences grew larger from one concert to the next. The kiwanis and rotary clubs association of Commerce Junior league and woman s club offered their services in the sponsoring of programs. And in providing Ushers turn to Page 3. Col i Park High school a new Large auditorium Quot you ask for this new auditorium Uke a child believing in Santa Claus asks for a bicycle not considering that someone has to pay for it and that Quot someone Quot is the taxpayer who i already Over Laened with taxes considering his income. If our City is rated twentieth it is not because of the Lack of a Large auditorium in the Washington Park High school but for a Hundred and one important reasons such As the Laok of night school. The City not being Able to allot fourteen thousand dollars for night school certainly should not even consider building an auditorium. It k. Howe Street. Expresses dislike of women to smoking dear editor the article written by m. A. Twelfth Street which was printed in the last sunday bulletin certainly gladdened my heart but i done to think m. B. Went far enough. It never was lady like for a member of the female sex to indulge in cig Aret smoking. Once i see a woman of any age smoke i cannot look upon that woman s character As if i Hadnutt seen her smoke. It is certainly degrading to her character for mind you. I do not stand alone of this opinion. I have often broached the subject to my fellow chums who immediately demonstrated their contempt of the habit in an overwhelming majority. And believe me they were All Hemen. There Are Many Young women of Fine character who smoke due to the wide spread movement precipitated for the most part by women of ill repute and those Are the ones i want most to read this message. Men always have and always will Admire women with character which is the Root of personality. 4ome say in View of its rapid contagion that there will be As Many women As men smoking proportionately. But that is impossible fortunately because of fundamental principle. There would be so Many j accidents ashes falling in babies to eyes Etc that Laws soon would be instituted to prevent women married from smoking. Many thanks for the sunday bul Charm what is if who has j it How do they get it Charm j of person Charm of Home Charm of habits. It is a combination of natural or acquired abilities that makes for Charm or personality of individual ties. Racine journal times to fifth annual Charm school is to be held at the woman to clubhouse four Days commencing monday evening feb. 24. And ending Friday even ing feb. 28, it has been announced. All new information. Latest ideas of personal care and adornment As Well As proper treatment of the Home so As to create an atmosphere and an appearance that attracts and holds attention respect and admiration will be presented on these Een Ings. Here with an entirely new fund of information obtained from experts from world to fashion centers and leading Beauty culture schools miss Janette Serrec whose lectures and instructions in past Racine Charm schools was helpful to hundreds of Racine women has again been selected to present her vast fund of information for the Benefit of those attending this year s sessions. Plans similar to those carried j out last year Are to be followed but with More completeness and More interesting features than have Ever been incorporated in preceding programs. Style reviews. Style reviews in which All new company. General insurance Agency e. Mcvay optometrist. Arcade Bowling alleys Frank pure food company Stilb shoe store Nelson hotel and restaurant. Uptown Stop and shop and Secor to linens. Bloody lust Marks Story of world to noted jewels thrones have been lost nations devastated and armies slaughtered As sovereigns fought for priceless stones Hope Diamond brought grief to u. S. Family. Journal times photo. On the first flight Ever backed or sponsored by scandinavian americans de Hedeen above will Fly from Racine to Denmark Norway and Sweden next summer. He will have 30 000 partners each of whom will invest $1.10, in the venture. De Hedeen to follow Leif Erickson Trail on trip to Europe by Hubert Johnson maddest fiction never invented Romance More bizarre than the stories of famous diamonds. For these priceless gems wars have been fought nations devastated thrones lost men slaughtered. The Koh i Nur Diamond lured Nadir Shah to sack Delhi. Desire for Koh i Nur was one of the motives that caused a rung Zeb to flood India with blood slay his three Brothers and de vast Fortune was killed at play by an automobile. Found unnumbered centuries ago in India the Koh i Nur or the Mountain of Light has supplied the motive of War and rapine since its discovery. For it dynasties have fought and fallen Strong monarchs have forfeited their Liberty and their Crown. In 1739 Delhi was sacked by the persians. The Koh i Nur was then in the Possession of Shah Jehan throne and imprison his father. The Beauty Loving Sovereign who he Quot la have 30,000 partners Iii venture for flight ill be financed by stamp collectors and letter writers. From Leif Erickson to de lied i plans to Fly to Quebec Canada. After that he will Stop at Cartwright and Cape Farewell then proceed around the coast of Greenland to Ang Maskalik. Then he will Fly to Reykjavik Iceland to the Faro islands and then to Copenhagen capital of Denmark. His tour j through the scandinavian Penin j Sula will include stops at Oslo Norway and Stockholm. Sweden. Eena a thousand years to tale of Many to Conquest of the Atlantic it was nearly ten centuries ago. Five Hundred years before Columbus that Leif and his intrepid band of rugged norsemen pointed the picturesque prow of their strange Viking Craft Westward and sailed to the shores of North America thus becoming the first White men to set foot on the new world. Erickson to Vikings landed on the coast of Labrador and pushed As far South As Rhode Island and Massachusetts where according to scandinavian historians they remained for More than a year be the Orloff stolen from the Eye of a Temple idol and sold overseas was presented to Catherine of Russia by her Noble Paramour to Patch up a lovers to quarrel. Swallowed by a faithful servant to save it from robbers who killed him the Sancy was sliced from his stomach to be Given to Henry of Navarre. The great Mogul most magnificent Gem of India disappeared from history never to reappear definitely. Gem came to America. The Hope Blue Diamond a Stone of tragedy is the Only great i historic Diamond to come to the United states. When Louis Xiv bought it in the 17th Century it was a Gem of 67�? carats. It disappeared during the French revolution and remained lost until 11830, when it reappeared As a jewel of 44 carats. From its first appearance in Europe superstition has declared that it brought disaster to All who owned or wore it. It has been As built the Taj mahal. Conqueror uses trick. The persians could not find the Stone. While the invaders were ransacking the City in search of it an inmate of the harem sent word turn to Page 6, col. I Stanford coeds reveal Why men Are a of annoyances Palo Alto calif., feb. ?" ins a the second chapter of the a annals of annoyance a has been written by the coeds of Stanford University who in Quick reply to a recently published list of rebukes by the men students have compiled a list of their own telling Why the men a of annoy them. Here Are some of the grievances a Otheya the Campus a Orough Iesu imitate Tarzan Call us �??� and done to dance Well. They can to take a hint not to Call any More. They pay More attention to the other girl on a double Date. They stay in a trite line of chatter and always Stooge for each other. They Delight in being deliberately tactless and think they the rented us for the evening when they take us out. They take too much for granted Call up for dates on a half hour notice Tell about when they were drunk and run out of gasoline on the Way Home. Racine fire chief Points to dangers in kerosene Hedeen will then leave scandi Socia ted with a Long list of trag styles in foundation garments fore returning Home with their dresses suits millinery shoes furs and other articles of dress will be modelled 1936 hair dressing styles and proper ways of applying facial makeup will be shown and rules to be followed in relation to wonderful Story. That was in the year 1001, a. D. Can address letter to self. This summer almost ten centuries later de Hedeen. Veteran makeup will be Given Are among Racine air plane Pilot and Taviga Navia and follow the Southern route blazed by the Lindbergh several years ago. This route will take him through England Spain Madame the Canary islands the West coast i of Africa then a 1,600 mile hop to Brazil whence he will return to Racine via the Panama canal and Florida. Edies. Tavernier who brought it from India failed in business and died on his voyage Back to the Orient to regain his Fortune. De Monte Span who re a Cei Ved the Diamond from the j grand Monarque was supplanted i in the King to affections by a rival. A courtier who borrowed the Gem was executed. Louis Xvi and Marie Antoinette who inherited the features that Are planned. Miss Serres will lecture on Charm tor will Fly to the Homeland of Leif Erickson on a Good will tour his plane will carry a radio a it went to the Guillotine. The in the Home ability to choose fur following much the same course nature drapes pictures and Odds As that taken by the norsemen on and ends that go to harmonize their perilous voyage. He will ear taxi kills Driver helping Blind Man to Cross Street new York feb. ?" ins a for several years taxi Drivers who Man the cab rank before a big movie House in downtown Brooklyn took turns each evening helping a Blind Man Cross the Busy Street intersection. Regularly Between Midnight and i a. In the Man appeared and was aided by one of the cabbies. Then they agreed the Driver on the front of the line should be the guiding hand. Aids Blind Man. It came the turn of George Winnick 34. Just As the Blind stranger appeared a fare stepped into Winnick s cab. Winnick arrangement the Art of being a gracious hostess proper Carriage of the body rules of dieting in relation to weight and the desired figure. Many prizes. Beautiful new scenery and stage effects will add to the interest of by with him 30,000 letters from scandinavians in the United states addressed to scandinavian societies the Royal family and friends or relatives of the senders. One May even address a letter to himself. Thus instead of being backed Taratus for both sending and receiving messages by Morse code executed or it will also be quipped with com colonies. The passes Drift indicator Sextant and a horizon finder for Blind flying. Of swedish parentage Hedeen has 5,480 flying hours to his credit. Thieves who stole it were deported to penal Gem Smith who Cut it Down for them died in poverty. His son who stole it from the thieves committed suicide. The last of its thieving owners died his record of 18 years As a flyer in starvation in a London Garret this year s Charm school. The list by a single influential individual min hoping this letter reaches the asked the fare to wait a moment a of readers to ?t a. t College ave Appeal to person who took boy to $3 dear editor i am writing this letter hoping that the person that stole from i my brother at Racine Street gym last saturday will regret his action. May i speak personally As a Friend i to this individual. 16 year old brother spent two i weeks peddling papers to earn those three Dolats that you took from i his overcoat pocket. And believe me if you had to venture out into the bitter cold and icy Snow for two weeks in order to accommodate the people of Racine you probably would think twice before doing such a thing. He was on his Way to buy a pair of shoes and if Jeu were Ever badly in need of a pair of shoes you would be a Little More broadminded than to commit such an action. However of you need the Money More than my brother which i am inclined to believe is impossible you May keep the Money but turn to Page 2, column 6. Hopped Down and guided the Blind Man across the Street. He called a cheery Good night turned and dashed for his cab. He was just a few feet from it when another taxi shot around the Corner knocked him sprawling. Winnick died within an hour. Of prizes to be distributed each night by far eclipses those of last year. These Are to be by participating Organ nations. The Small admission fee of to cents will again be charged. Eighteen Well known Racine organizations have already asked to be included As sponsors with the journal times in making the school a possibility. They Are Clover Leaf Dairy company Scho j Walter sons company Wisconsin Gas company Racine coked luxe Beauty studios Brenner to jewelry Buran to furs inc Union Dye Pant orium larks. R. Zas Trow inc., Christensen dry goods group Hedeen will have As partners in his Enterprise thousands of furnished americans of scandinavian descent i who still retain love for and inter est in the a old ?� according to present plans Hedeen will begin his flight july 4 i from Racine an appropriate place of departure because of its overwhelmingly scandinavian Popula i Tion. His take off from the Lake Michigan Harbor will be the highlight of a three Days to Celebration in which Racine and other Lake Shore cities will participate. Here to his route. After leaving Racine Hedeen eludes training in the United states Navy Cross country Tours covering every state in the Union As Well As Canada and Mexico exhibition flying at the Cleveland air races and several years As a civilian instructor. Use special envelopes. If one is interested in sending a letter to Norway Sweden or Denmark with Hedeen he should Send $1.10 and his name and address to de Hedeen Racine wis. The sender will then receive from Hedeen a specially designed lightweight envelope into which he May insert his letter. He should then return the envelope addressed to Hedeen. If the envelope is self addressed Hedeen will mail it in one of the scandinavian countries and the letter will be returned by mail As a souvenir. Becomes scrub woman. Lord Francis Hope became bankrupt and his american actress wife eloped a she was a scrub woman in Tacoma when last heard of. Lorens Ladue was shot and killed by her admirer As she danced on the stage wearing the Diamond. The russian Cavalier who had Given her the jewel was assassinated. Simon month Arides who sold it to Sultan Abdul Ham a id was killed in an Accident. Two of its turkish custodians were j murdered. The sultans to favorite was shot and he lost his throne. Imported into the United states it was bought by Edward b. Mclean Washington d. C., newspaper publisher for $300,000. The Gem brought Only happiness for years. Then one Day the oldest child of the mcleans heir to a in issuing warnings against common practices in the Homes which Lead to Many deaths fire chief Thomas Hartnett Calls attention to the fact that there were almost As Many deaths in Homes of the United states in 1935 As there were from automobile accidents. Total deaths from automobiles Are listed at 36,000 while records show there were 34,500 accidental deaths in Homes during the year. A Homes should be the safest place on Earth a said chief Hartnett a but facts show they Are not. An epidemic of kerosene explosions incident to the past Winter has killed several women and children in Wisconsin. have Alcatraz As hard to get in As out Oakland. Feb. ?" ins a its As hard to get into Alcatraz Island prison As it is to get out according to Constable p. Lee member of the Royal Canadian mounted police when he tried to arrange a visit to the Island prison. A live heard so much about your Quot devils Island Here that i wanted to see it a he said. A but in the come up against a Stone Wall Ever time i ?� even though he was prevented from visiting the prison he commended authorities for their unalterable a Ono visitors Rule. The Racine symphony orchestra which gave its fourth concert of the season last tuesday night is declared to compare favourably with similar organizations in much larger cities according to competent critics. Inspired by a love of music members of the orchestra give their time and ability without thought of material compensation. At the close of last season each member received Only $15 for the entire 40 weeks of work. A human Ostrich bets then eats pins knives Etc. ?" in a with a diet of nails stones knives pins tin whistles and pea shooters a londoner made a living off his stomach for to years with a dozen or More operations to keep him alive says the British medical journal. His intentions always were financial never suicidal. He bet on his ability to Swallow foreign bodies in each Case wagering with Many persons. His own account of his experiences in the medical journal says a of began in 1905 by swallowing two pennies was admitted to St. Thomas to Hospital and was there 14 ?� experiences related. Some of his other experiences were november 1905�?"operation after swallowing 3 bits of pin 3 screws and 3 nails. March 1906 a operated on to recover 4 screws 4 nails and 4 stones. January 1908�?"operation after swallowing half a table knife. April 1910�?"operation for a tin whistle and a pea shooter. June 1912 a operation for 5 Large brass screws and 6 Large nails. 1913 a operations for a spoon handle a brass Button a Fountain pen handle of a Fork 6 Large safety pins and 5 hairpins. 1916�?"a Pencil Case and one Nail. In each Case it is reported the operations Cost the hospitals More Money than the Man received from his bets. Clock to hands Slop but hours Are tolled Maysville ky., feb. ?" a just because the hands on the Mason county timepiece atop the courthouse Are not performing properly is no sign the clock does no to keep Correct time. Despite the badly mangled condition of the clock to face it continued to strike right on the hour. A Snow and ice storm had Dis arranged the clock to face. _ had several fires caused by careless handling of kerosene or faulty stoves but fortunately no deaths have resulted in this Community. More kerosene fires. A oin a farm Home near Durand kerosene poured on embers resulted in an explosion which took the lives of three children burned a fourth one critically and destroyed the Home. Near Onalaska a father used kerosene to Start a fire. The can exploded. Two children were burned to death two others and the parents were painfully burned. The father saved himself by jumping into Black River. A oat Mayville a kerosene blast resulted when the father poured kerosene from a Large can on a soldering fire. The father and three children lost their lives. Near Fairchild a 21-year-old Mother and her three children ranging in age from nine months to four years died when kerosene was used to Start a fire. Near Monroe a Mother poured kerosene from a can on a fire. She was burned fatally leaving five Motherless children. From every Section of the state come such sad reports. Another bad practice. A othe bad companion practice and one equally As dangerous of using gasoline or naphtha for cleaning indoors has demanded the usual number of victims in 1935. One sad feature is that children learn these dangerous practices from foolish parents and often suffer. The schools of the state can Render a real life saving service by explaining these dangerous and death dealing practices to the children. The press can also help As a potent Molder of Public opinion but even then some people will not heed the warning until death invades their family Circle. A benzine stove polish cans Bear a Plain Label warning against the use of the polish on hot stoves still some suffer because they do not heed this ?� must work to vote Lewes ?" ins a in an Effort to balance the budget town officials have decided to enforce an old ordinance. Male voters will be required to do a Day to work for the town hereafter before they can cast their ballots. There is an a out a however for those who would rather Strain their pocket books than their Muscles. They can pay a Dollar to the town Treasury instead. Weather Outlook for the Region of the great lakes cold weather practically All week with occasional snows in most sections. For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the Northern and Central great Plains cold weather indicated most of week not much precipitation in North portions but probably one or two periods in South portions

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