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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 03, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin
What our readers have to say. Isi will no paid for71 any comment i sed of in t b i � column Ujj i sunday journal times bulletin vol. 4�?"no. 42. Racine wis., sunday Fer. 3, 1935. Circulation 19,500 a i sick when a ii sick he a scared to death and to a and to us just hold our breath. � he crawls in bed an puffs an j grunts and to does All kinds of crazy stunts. He wants it Doc it Brown and nighty Quick for when vat ill he to awful Ark. He gasps and to moan an sort o sighs he talks so queer an Rolls his eyes. A jumps and to runs an All of us an All the House is in a fuss. And to peace and Joy is mighty see Ercey when a ii sick its something fierce. When a is sick when a ii sick she pegs a was Ghe a quiet though not much to say. She goes right on doing things. An sometimes laughs or even single i she says she done to feel extra Well i but then it to just a kind out spell i Shell be Ell right tomorrow sure a Good old sleep ill be tile it e. An a he sniffs and to make no Kirk for women folks is always so k. And to a. She. Smiles lets on Shes glad when a is sit k it a no to so bad. Sun know n. Another supporter of a swimming tank dear editor in answer to v. M. St i wish to express my opinion to wards having a natatorium and id a museum made out of the old Library. Thera is Only one swimming tank in the City Aud that is at the v. M. C. A. But not everyone May use it. This tank is mainly for the boys 1 and the girls i think would like to i have the Liberty of using it As much is the boys for the girls enjoy this sport As Well on any other. I know j of incidences where Racine families would journey to Kenosha to spend an afternoon of this sport at the tank Over there. Why can to we have this privilege As v. M. Mentioned the old ii i Barry is too Good to be used is thus but i think it to an idea building. As for the museum that to a great idea but Why not have a new building for it and Start it out a a Brand new Quot we Haven t any museum Here and it would be very Nice to Hae Ore but i still would like a natatorium and not a museum made out of the old Library. C. M. Linden ave 1934 Champion liar picked objects to suggestion of buying music for band dear editor having read m. Cats letter suggesting appropriating fund for the firemen s and policeman s band in to like to Render my objections. Why should no to these men have to furnish their own instruments and music Don t they have the privilege of drawing a salary regularly a and today it is a privilege to do that. It seems to me if they can to afford to buy their supplies they might better quit the band of the City has to appropriate a fund for j them there Are other musical organizations just As deserving of the same and surely m. C. Can see there j Are More necessary places to put the City s Money than into bands especially in these hard tunes. These men May he our greater and Law enforcers but they get paid for it and it is Only their duty j which they Are fulfilling which thousands of other citizens do also i without extra Reward or Merit. They look More Well nourished Aud j eared for than the average work i ing Man and someone xxx As once heard to comment about the police Force being so Lazy that they Ould Only move to sit into a squad car and drive around the rite. Whether this criticism is merited or no. I ran t say. But i do know if they should have funds appropriated for their hand other organizations xxx Ouid be equally in line for it. M. C. Fays if this favor was done for this group they would help the City with their work better in my opinion anyone at All ought to be Able to do Iii work a Well As possible without favors in addition to his pay that lie gets. The pleasure these men will get out of their hand playing should in itself make it Worth while exert if they pay for their own instruments and Supply. Thank you for the bulletin or. Editor. M. It Hansen ave likes r. ? idea for a natatorium dear editor three cheers for to d a id his proposal for a natatorium to he made of the old Library. I Bardax think it could he put to a Netter advantage owing to the fact that Racine is Tell i lacking one and am sure i am a alone in thinking so. I had beep harbouring that thought within for a Long time hut i could never make myself speak up on it. It always seemed to me mat everything else was thought of in the Way of supplying the Means of enjoying Hie sport liked Best such As roller or ice skating rinks Toboggan slides or ski jumps but Lite thought of a Nata Torimura to please those taking pleasure in that kind of sport was never referred to or thought of. We turn to Page col. Ii biggest whoppers Ide found not Only that the geese were missing hut that the Pond was also gone during the night the Birds to feet had Frozen into the ice and at Daylight they had flown away with the Pond. 1954 hut the the w orld May he getting better As every hotly Hopes liars seem to be getting worse. That k they Are telling bigger lies. Whether George Washington would approve of the spread of lying May be another question. But the fact remains that the liars have a club of their own. In which the due consist of a Well told lie and a medal is awarded annually to the biggest liar of the year. The club is situated at Burlington. Wis., and is famous throughout the country As the Burlington liars to club ?"yes. Its actually incorporated now. And its directors after Reading and listening to lies from ail Over the Union and Many foreign countries have decided that the Champion liar of i9.14 is Verne l. Osborn of Centralia Wash. Or. Osborn won the title by submitting the following tall tale �?�1 want to Tell you about a mule i once owned. I used to ride this mule xxx Hen i hunted Jackrabbit. One Day we lit out after a Rabbit and the Chase led to the Edge of a thousand foot precipice. Or. Osborn won the title by us mitting the following tall tale a of want to Tell you about a mule j once owned. I used to ride this mule when i hunted Jackrabbit. One Day xxx e lit out. After a Rabbit and the Chase led to the Edge of a thou Sand foot precipice. Quot Well the Rabbit was going so fast he could t Stop. So Over he went. The mule being Well trained followed the Rabbit Over the Cliff with me on his Back. I p Iii Hie air. A the situation had me tip in the air for a minute but i collected my wits just in time and xxx Hen a e were t la. Feet from the Bottom i hollered a my judging by the number of let i Quot i ters w hich pour in at its Headquarters it seems to he succeeding. The contest started As a local joke a Tway Back in 1929. The Novelty of the idea attracted news j paper comment and letters began i to Drift in commenting on the 1 unique contest. Th1 Burlington liars to club xxx As a rather loosely knit organization until i 3. W Hen it was organized As a partnership i by four Burlington men who had been connected with it growth they were o. C. Hulett journal times correspondent at Burlington. H. A. Schenning. R. J. Stung and Gilbert Karcher. In 19 >3, also the club began to Issue membership cards to persons sending entries to the contest. Membership cards ar5 still issued but due to the number of entries received the club which charges Racine ski club to annual tournament to be held at Windy Knoll at 1 30 today a lie is just a lie until it s approved by the Burlington liars club when it becomes a work of arts and Don t you envy the new Champ his diam on a studded Lyre ? o. C. Hulett Burlington Torres to Iii it for the Racine Jim Mautimer is president. Organizer founder and great Frand daddy of the Burlington 1/iars club. Established a Levi yen i a ago the organization now b known allo or the world and receives contribution from every state in the Muon anti Many foreign lands. V a whoa gentlemen that saved my life. The mule was so Well trained that be stopped in his tracks it there ladies and gentlemen you have the lie selected by officers of the Burlington ?t club inc., As the prize Winner of the contest they conduct annually and the Man who told it wins the liars championship of the world. There is nothing bashful about the Burlington liars club and As announced last summer they ran their 1934 contest for the world s championship. Some people May think they know bigger liars than the Man who won the title of world Champion liar and bigger lie than the one he told but the club officer reply a Oyes there Are probably several Hundred Guy in the world who could lick Max Baert but until they do he is still the heavyweight Champion of he world if you think you can beat the Winner hop to it a the 1935 contest is under xray a to to self confessed liar. This unique club which is probably the Only International group of self confessed liars in existence annually invites All and sundry to w rite their very Best lie a an entry in its contest. The club seeks to give the Public at least one Hearty laugh year no a initiation few it and collect no dues Lias been obliged to make a Charre of to cents for the cards to cover printing and mailing costs. Early in 193 4 the club was incorporated. Tile club s championship medal a been won by Orrin Butts of Bay City. Midi by Chil Mccarty of Denver Colo. And by Bruno Cereza. Langeloth a. And now the old rubber medal is out of circulation. A Diamond studded Gold creation in the shape of a Lyre a replaced it. A slate represented rapine to most spectacular outdoor Winter sports show the annual tournament of the Racine ski t Lub will by held at Windy Knoll slide this afternoon beginning at 1 30 Oclock. More than too junipers representing clubs in w Wisconsin Michigan and Illinois will compete in Tho meet. Many of these riders hold High ranking in the ventral ignited states and National ski associations and the record for the longest standing jump 104 feet appears almost certain to he broken when these stars go into action. Vail drive to slide. Spectators planning to drive to tile tourney Are advised to take j Spring Street to the City limits. The i Road leading to the slide i Well j marked and in such Fine condition i that cars can he driven up to the slide itself. There is ample parking space for several thousand Auto a mobiles. Members of tile Racine ski club i have worked for More than a month at Windy Knoll. Repairs and alteration to the slide required Many Days of work and during the week More than s3 truckloads of Snow xxx Ere gathered and stored for the meet. As a result Hie club will be Able to stage the tournament regardless of weather conditions. Whereas in other years it has been forced to withhold definite announcements about the meet until the final Day the boys lathered such a Mountain of Snow this week that they announced the i Ift a definitely on scleral Days ago. Included in the list of clubs xxii in ii have entered riders Here today Are the big Norge ski club of Chicago Tri Norse ski club of Wisconsin rapids Central Wisconsin Chih Oconomowoc Milkau life of party made in Plant in this City Racine is amusement Center of universe article shows. Calling the Roll of countries Hee ski club Whitehall ski club whose citizen have filed entries in the 193 4 contest we find on the North american continent the in United states i All 4s states represented the Dominion of Canada All province represented the Republic of Mexico the Panama canal zone and the alas t territory. Getting a Little farther from Home we find Cuba England and Australia. More than 5,250 entries according to the club were received in the 1934 contest what do All these people write about Here Are some of the 193 4 crop of lies culled from the club to file. Mrs. Lawrence Wester Reynold. X. D., writes of the High turn to Page 4, col. 3 the hoofers to club of Madison Forest preserve ski club Northern ski club of Ishpeming Mich. And Racine ski club. Racine Euler la. Racine will enter 14 jumpers. The team will be headed by the Veteran Pete Hogland Hill Captain who jump in the senior class. All others will compete in class a including Earl Eggan. Jim Peterson Bill Wenszell. Rudy Gulbran son Cliff Anderson Roland Olson Fred Barta Roland Seifer a. Bob Lewis Gordon Paulson Therin place Art Knutson and Al Hasen-1 Bein. Complete entry list and a score card will be found elsewhere in to a Day s bulletin. I according to Bill Simonson. There Are Many buying tickets and signing the name of poor but worthy persons the manager sad. Others ar1 giving ticket a gift to a the Price of the tickets ten cents aged or newly married couple. Apiece puts them within Reah of practically everybody to. Pocketbook. The plan of buying a ticket a week i popular those in charge say and charitable spirits Are helping Cha Sale of tickets a Well known downtown business Man stopped in at Cha Headquarters and purchased one dozen tickets on tile Fua Model Home from Bill Simonton director of ticket sales. After he had paid for the tickets he told or. Simonson he a to hoped he would t ?� he sex invariably the salesmen calling at Turkey is about to appear. It will by planned that he owned his own houses Are recalled to the same a latin grammar by professor k a Horne and did no to need another. In Home several times and to other Zil Narni of Istanbul University for Case he won it he said he would places in the neighbourhood. The use of the students of roman immediately turn it Over to some those who do not see salesmen i adv. I attn is being taught for the reputable organization to give to May drop in at the Cha head first time in Turkey in special lec someone who needs a Home. Quarter next to the Rialto theater Tures and in the literature and j and this spirit is not unusual on main Street for their tickets. Language curriculum. Racine is the amusement Center of the universe the very capital of social Art the huh from which Springs the essence of the. Quot life of the ??t such seen to be the ironical conclusion of Robert m. Coatee in the Quot new ?� he reached his conclusion after studying a catalogue of Johnson Smith amp co., doing a thriving mail order business in its Plant at 1125 sixth Street this City. Or. Coates article Quot Onward and upward with the la pro sen of a follows by special permission of the Quot new yorker Quot if the development of the social graces May be said to be an Art the firm of Johnson Smith amp co., of Racine Wisconsin whose Quot catalogue of surprising novelties t have just been studying must in admitted to to one of the most potent factors in the cultural life of Tho nation. Purveyors of a puzzles tricks Lobo goods and the catalogue cover rather anticlimax Mically adds careful articles Quot they seem to have thought of est tithing in Hies various Fields that can in any Way further the amenities of social Intercourse. Other organizations May instruct you in one bran ii or another of the urbane attainments they Aion cover them i. In a series of charming brochures sent postpaid to any address for Twenty five cents apiece they will teach you to dance to slur to read minds to practice hypnotism Quot Sway others at will make others love you to play the guitar the mandolin the violin or the Cornet. If you Haven to the time or the patience to master the intricacies of these instrument they xviii j provide you for a dime with an object known a the Quot magic nos flute a which looks a Little bit Ilka turn to Page 2, ooh i Geis first latin Book Ankara Turkey a the first latin Book Ever published i next thursday will be City wide february Dollar Day
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