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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 10, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say. Fri will lip a for 7 any comic Irnel i Bod f la this column j i sunday journal times bulletin i of. I to. 43. Racine vis., sunday Fer. To 1935. Circulation 19,500 j. Shoe thieves notice observe Golden Rule dear editor in. It Isno to very pleasant for your feet to walk Home shoeless nor is it any Loo Good for your ice skate. There Are probably Many in Racine who do not know that quite a few pairs of shoes Are stolen from the skating rinks. Everybody who goes skating must either Check his shoes net Many ran afford this or run the risk of having them stolen while skating a person likes to feel sure of his journey Home and does not j like to worry about his possessions. So i merely want to tall Forth each individual s honesty by asking them to observe the a Golden k Ile it and leave other Peoples shoes a re no m Uch obliged for the bulletin. Sincerely yours. E. M. T Howe by says Many taverns Cater to minors Bear editor there is a City Aud ate Oral i Nance that forbids ruin a i it from frequenting taverns arum imbibing intoxicating liquors. Never tin in boys and girls who still attend High school can be seen either leaning against a bar in an approved fashion or else sitting in a Booth throwing Down drink after drink with the utmost nonchalance. They do not drink moderately or else the liquor affects them quickly for Voon a far away and dazed look v appears in their eyes. Bartenders have the privilege to refuse to serve those who appear to he minors. I have vet to Ste tin action taken by them. It seems to be a rare sight indeed although they have plenty of opportunities. To become i is lit or pie eyed As Rome nut it seems to a lie the am of amusement to these children. Ii is really a disgusting sight. Of we sic to have such a Law w by tit enforce it m i ii the health and morals of our children Are end angered. Sincerely yours it m. To Skoven Avo criticizes persons who destroy Trees dear editor during the past few it Ai. I have noticed the carelessness and apparent disregard for tile Trees of our county. Many Outing parties Hay been careless in building fires against our living specimens of nature thereby killing them and depriving the Woods of their Beauty. Numerous mature Trees have thus been sacrificed in order that some a to woodsmen might hat ample Protection from a a void. Cruel ?� i myself believe that in order to gain the full bet Clit of a Blaze one should build it against some projection but Ender no conditions should he resort to use a growing living tree for Protection. An example of this took place St the ski slide lest sunday afternoon during the tournament. A Are was built thy some thoughtless character against a Fine specimen of sugar Maple and for this person s thoughtlessness i the tree paid dearly with its life. A considerable number of Trees have also fallen to Lite stroke of Amateur a nature Fellows seeking firewood. In most rasps they find to their Surprise that the Wood in still Green and will not Burn. These Trees Are then discarded and i about hindering Pingree when a \ person strolls through the Woods enjoying natures pleasant Atmo sphere. Hoping that our future citizens take greater care in beautifying and preserving of our Woods and Parks v. R cd. Prospect St taken to court. Auto St blames City dear editor betters have appeared in the bulletin from time to time. It on Kerning tile poor condition of our streets with Snow and ice. I would like to add a few words of actual experience in regard to this. Last week i was taken to court because i had parked with the flout wheels of my car on the sidewalk in front of a Well known Racine department store. The Gutter was piled with dirty Snow and ice making it impossible to Park otherwise. If i had parked with the front end of my car not touching the curb line. It would have obstructed traffic from the rear. I do believe the gutters and streets could be kept in a c leaner condition during Winter months i have heard Many people complain of this condition making it difficult to Park correctly hut never expected to hot a a a hauled in because of the City s neglect. Thank j of. R r Spring f i Quot shabby old dad Quot always ready to help dear editor i have been out of work for a Long tim and tan not to take the paper to you can imagine How much i appreciate getting tile bulletin it Ere sundae. I Hope you can find room for a these verses. Murder mystery deepened by thrill escapades accused of a murder around which a fabric of weird mystery has been Woven la Philip Kennamer. I 9, left con of Federal judge i. K. Kermit Mer. Of Tulsa. Ltd a Awill go on trial contending that he aced Enta i in killed Doh it Horrell or. Back of the tragedy is a bizarre Story of the Tulsa younger set. With too much Oil Money striving for new thrills. Vague tales Are told of Youthful crime cliques. Holdups Kidnap and extortion threats and terror Lings of pampered youths at orgies in Shady dives. Scores of the younger wealthy set were questioned after tile lulling and Hie mystery Ilion was deepened when Sidney born .lr., shown lower right was found shot to death in his car apparently million buys this prize girls King log of Albania Bullet dented burdened with 800 curses still in marriage ring a suicide. Born a a close Friend of Kennamer. Gorrell son of a prominent Tulsa Man plotted to extort $20,000 from ii. F. Wilcox Oil magnate under Throat to Kidnap his Beauty Council of nations to hear address by Marquette Dean f 1 daughter Virginia 19, shown above Kennamer alleges. Gorrell j wrote the extortion note and gave it to Kennamer to mail according to the prisoners to Story. A few nights later As the pair Rode in a fashionable Section of Tulsa. Kennamer says he told Gorrell that lie did not mail the letter and was keeping it to foil the plot. Ile declares that Horrell then tried to shoot him and. In the struggle for the gun Horrell was killed. The body being found in the car that same night tile gun by ifs Side As shown in the picture above. Kennamer in jail scuffed at Art insanity defense. A Ohi a a shh Oill do do to Collar is frayed a houses undressed Hen not a bit fussy Iii dressed. But a s a Ivy it s ready 1 the rest a shabby old dad to to ohis shirts h Ive Ltd. A they tre old a ii iou his ties Are in strings never tied right his ism year to Straw terrible sight a shabby old dad in d i lip i King zog. Tipper right Waul a Queen to help him cult Over troubled i Bania Between revolution. Ilu ump lower r Gilt. How minutia ticklish ii it Iott Between Italy Ami Lingo Slata tin citizen seated in tin Pilmar typical of the mountaineers w to Drill into i Ira a. Tilt . Capital. And to Bat a ohm to shoes need a cuff links Are tin he does some times top har is thin you hardly wild neat As a Pink shabby old dad a Shine and shave hut he to hts his a shabby old dad full of woes. And so much to think buying clothes w Ith the kids needing \ he Money i god k now s a shabby nid dad it with his heart of besides food. And if there a 1s a he can enfold life lived for thai s pure Glt hell go there a glory untold shabby old a ii in where i in. The. Newsboys Selling tickets on House being modernized All j Ourn a i time Street newsboys in Racine now have tickets on the Fua Model Home. The plan was announced during the past � Veek a to facilitate the Gale find to make buying convenient for Thorn who have not been contacted by the regular Sale representatives. Hundreds of requests for tickets have come in to Kha Headquarters Here from ail parts of the Rill firn Onson director said let Day. Many of these were out is Wen first canters Are taking to Cit v a r. I. Marquette it wants Burlington officials to read this de a. Editor May i join the thousand of people who Are proclaiming your praises for giving the people of Racine and Racine county a paper j As fire As the Racine journal Timea i and the sunday bulletin. The latter especially is greatly appreciated because the Quot poor Pubis a a is also f allowed to voice their opinion. Up to the present time i be Trot ten a big a Obang out of the differ ent opinions expressed. Now i als have in a Opet peeves. To a Opet Peve does not concern the City of la # hut perhaps you w la St i he g � t. Enough to give be sauce a Obion off steam. Thir i Ltd the ape Bene f. Turn to fag a col. 2 i h no one May be a is will be Given a Zular Price. He inter in tile a of this completely at to Hen t i anted in add Itic in order issued the oks to is so a it Ai is ing away equipped Home that Many Are buying a Book of tickets weekly and Are giving away tickets As gifts to those who do not own a Home. Whether or not the Winner has a Home the House is his if his ticket rates the Lucky number according to Rill . Lie May then dispose of it As he likes. The House will be moved to any Point within a radius of four Mil a of its present location on menu men Square we Tho it soy cot to the owner it was fated. Culbertson system of Bridge for 193s will be explained a � series of three lectures on the Model Culbertson Bridge system for 1935 w ill be Given by Bernard Magruder at Tho elks club monday. Feb. In wednesday. Feb 2\ and monday feb. -�?. At 8 p in. At the request of Many interested Racine ans or. Mugruder will explain some important changes made recently. Or. Magruder a studied under such leading authorities As or. And mrs. Ely Culbertson p. Hal Sims. E. C. Wolfe and others. As a player he has won Many championships of local District and National scope. Culbertson wrote of him. A or. Magruder a achieved for himself an enviable reputation in the tournament Field due to his Many victories in outstanding tournaments. I know him to be fully qualified to teach and lecture on contract Bridge both from technical and social information on the lectures May be obtained at Woelky s Book store it was announced. The principal classifications for is will be four essence la of i be 11 a i principles Tho opening bid of Ope a n is. 4 responding to a bid of rip a up defensive bidding atom bidding. ?"assuming, girls that you have an income of a million dollars a year there Are a few Points you ought to consider before you take ship for Tirana Albania. To apply for that vacant Job As Queen. Zog the Only Bachelor King in Europe wants a wife. Or rather his subjects have decided he d better have one which is much the same thing. Having had no Luck among the lag ends of Royalty remaining. Zog is willing to wed an american girl with an advanced mind ability i Good looks and a million a year. Who would t be you ask never mind let s just consider what you Tell see when you yet in that line of applicants which has undoubtedly begun to form. In the first place King zog disputes with legs Diamond tin title of human Clay Pigeon and you know what happened to leg.-. As King Zos s Queen you to be almost certain to have never a doll to j tent. For somebody is Law a. T King a shot at King zog. He Quot oms ant target. In 1924, enc of Albania political enthusiasts really potted King zog. And he neatly died. A few years ago. When he was leaving a Vienna Hospital his car was riddled in the real Diamond fashion. 1 but he escaped. A Kiemm authorities pointedly suggested that he go Home to be shot at. Reports from Greece recently had him wounded by a bomb. Thrown by revolutionists but his capital at Tirana issued denials. Still it gives 5011 an idea. Albania is a a award Mountain country which in addition to an annual drop of revolutions produces 5, continual Anil luxurious grow til of tribal and family feuds of a kind that the Kentucky variety look like a it Hutch social. Of one Man annoyed kills another. Then the dead Man s Famich do s not rest tint ii it has killed the killer. Whereupon it is the other family to move. And it kills the killers a it of the killer. This goes in Ami on. Tirc record i High. The albanian fell has improve a at licit eur knt a can t match. For instance if a government agent shoots one of the numerous Banditt who infest the Hills All his relatives and friends interpret this As a personal affront by King zog. And if they can t spare the time to run Down to Tirana the capital to say it with Squirrel rifles. They put a curse of death on zog. His score on curses now is believed to run about san Las of Jan. 1>. A record even in Albania. The fact that zog is alive at All As he approaches 4t is the Best proof he is a sort of Royal Young Man on the Fly ing trapeze. For Albania is certainly one of the Sto Miest countries in Europe or any other continent. An ancient re e with its of n language and traditions the albanians have vie n for so centuries under foreign Fiji by the a Zan Tine Empire the old serb Empire and the turks. Albania became Independent in 1912. When the Balkan Powers licked the Turk. William sates skin. The Groat Powers gave Albania a ruler in the Parson of Prince William of a led. But when the world War came along Prince William got out of there while the getting was still fairly Good. And Alban a relapsed into virtual Anan by As Arntt Quot of both Quot ides Rama in d a turn to rage 3. Col. By addition to building under Wera near completion will relieve overcrowding of patients at sunny rest Sanatorium Francis n. Switlik Dean of Marquette University Law school will address the mass meeting of the gowned of nations tuesday evening of the Franklin Junior High school. His subject will be a w hat made America ?t i lean Swietlik censor of Lite american polish Alliance was Al. Ted chairman of tile Inlet National convention of delegates in Poland. Ile was named a representative of the Midwest in president Roosevelt s recent conference on the prevention of crime. 3d a Oget together to be held at y. M. C. A. Today the third sunday afternoon get together for High school bos and girls w ill tic held at the y. M. I a. Today at 2 10 Mociock his boys from Park High school will be the hosts Are making Tangent in to a id a of or ii Ca Nim refreshments. A of thing along in athletics is the topic for t he Day. Coach s Thomas h e a a Den from Washin ton Park highs it Bool Ami miss Marian m pigs physic i director of the y. A. G. Awill present the topic in the Assembly period. Discussion groups will follow in which there will he Opportunity to discuss Hie different ideas brought in in the general talks. Group leaders xviii he mrs. Paul Zoschke mrs. Xiv. Xiv. Bunder n. Miss Florence Palmer. George t of Tenn. Sun Meyers Lames Handel and g a. Hill ted. Ail High school students Are invited to attend besides the interest Iii discussion and information gained on these various subjects included on the get together programs there is Opportunity for new friends and a Good time. Souvenir Hunters raid Bruno s car new to it in. Fob. S. The daily news \ s Bruno Hauptmann on trial for the Kidnap killing of the Lindbergh baby at i Lennington n. J., told full Riff John h. Curtiss yesterday it i want to nut a charge of stealing against a Owhy a Tusk Al Curtiss. A a somebody stole my Radiator Cap Aud gasoline tank Cap from my automobile while you got it parked ?� soul it n r Hunters had taken them but the sheriff told Haupt Pann a was i lick v the car was kit in the jail enclosure rent the the Warden complained he was unable to Park i own car with Hauptmann s there. By John t. Roberts one of the largest and most beneficial projects to be launched in Racine county under the Mera program is construction of an addition to sunny rest Sanatorium. For some time the Sanatorium has been overcrowded with Many persons on the waiting list and it was realized by officials that these peo j pie could not afford to Awalt proper treatment if they were to he saved from tuberculosis. Inasmuch As Iro projects had j been approved Here under the Wera and $24.1,680 was paid out in wages Joseph a. Ruetter Chamma to of the building committee of the county Hoard of supervisors proposed last september to have an addition to the Sanatorium. His proposal met with the instant approval of the Board and it was further approved by the Wera officials. 1aiiii<�? Iii so Ile Inlo a. The project As originally set up provided for the building of a two Story and basement addition 20 by j 90 feet in dimensions the project was approved sept. 2 6 and i work was started Ort. I. The Cost of materials in the original project was $12,212.43 and the equipment rental was to. The original estimate for Lahore was $1 4,899.50. Work has Progress i satisfactorily. At present All of the exterior work is completed. The plumbing steam fitting and electrical work is now under Way and lathing also has been started. Tim building will by fireproof. I the exterior is of red face Brick. J up to the present i 4.414 Man hours of work have conc into this project x a Cost of $ Architect is r. Wade Denham who is also general supervisor in charge of construction. It in estimated tile project will be completed within the next 90 Dave. The addition will provide for 26 additional rooms. Officials Xii co a frae. The Success of the Wera program in Racine county depended a great Deal upon the co operation of local officials. Joseph truer Check chairman of the county Board and William i. Swoboda. Mayor of Racine both named committees which worked with the state and local directors. Tile county Relief committee composed of Glenn Sirkett. Chairman John p. Chapman Secretary or. Walter h. Fancher. Frank e. Anderson. And John to. Wolff gave full cooperation in developing projects. Mayor Szvoboda. When approached on the program gave it his full support Ami appointed special committee to handle the work of preparing projects in tile City. On tills committee. Alderman Charles Duffy served As chairman Walter Peirce superintendent of the water Plant As Engineer other members were aldermen Merrill Jones Gustave Maline. Sydow it Lingo xxx. Pm find Richard t. Davis this committee worked hard for the Success of the program. All work projects in Racine county Are under the direction of t. Baker regional Engineer whose Headquarters Are at Waukesha. J p. Leary also of Waukesha. Is in charge of the safety division in this District under f. H Knuepp. State director of safety. L. T. Yam is the director of Al Relief in a the Munt and supervise budgets for work Relief and direct Relief. Runny rest addition former swindler reveals ruses to fleece victims a revelation of methods of robbing service station attendants in a genteel manner one w to made it his profession should he interesting doubly so now that the gentleman has a gone straight. It happened that tile reporter Learned of this Man who after serving several a craps in the stir As he put it decided that lie had better seek monetary gain in ways less subject to interference from the officers of the Law. Now engage a legally recognized business pursuits. He was free in talking about Tho ins and outs of his form r profession revealing various a skin games Quot. He would go into the filling station with an empty can Anil inquire As to the different the j kinds of Oil. He then would Purchase the nil and ask the attendant to fill the can explaining that he would it All for it later. Before leaving he would write a Check for the Price of the Oil. Ile would return to the station in a Short time he would say asking the attendant to Cash the Che k in order that he could Purchase merchandise in local stores la would leave the five gallon can of Oil As Security and go out he would t return. Would play Salesman. Lie xxx Ould pos it As a Salesman. Pass out. Free smokes and aet wry congenial. When his Friendship was veil cultivated he would get a Check it had. Ile would impersonate it. A a Erin and have a Small Sample ease of Standard products. Getting an order plus a Cash Deposit lie would leave the attendant holding the a Ohage. Another stunt he said took More skill. I would off the attendant a Bill which la Flat in the Palm of his hand calling attention at the same time. To its denomination. Tim service attendant would place it in tile Cash drawer and give the proper change for the Bill. However the note act tally forced on toe attendant would lie of smaller denomination hidden beneath the other and cleverly pushed into the attendant s hands while he maintained conversation. This trick works less Well now most companies require the attendant to Lay the Bill first on the shelf of the can to Register. Money changing in Mille. Lie would offer a $2&Quot Bill in Ament of a Purchase the attendant placing in his hard a to Bill and starting a to give no a the a Lane of hits change. At this Point lie would a a the anaemia r r whether in him a $29 id ii or a Fly Bill. When shown the original Hill he would declare lie intended to offer a smaller one and pull a $10 Bill from his pocket. The $10 Hill would he placed in the drawer the $20 Hill would be handed hark and change would a made for the $10 Bill. Of hours the drawer would be Short the original $10. He said he advised no one to follow illegal pursuits As he had found several times that it. Did not pay. Figuring tile time he spent in jail his swindles paid him less than a Penny a Day. Racine contractor asks for Patent on new Type of Wall a new Type of Wall construction has or. N devised by Louis Hansen a Racine contractor and is it present pending a rented f ates Patent. It in said to be fireproof and earthquake proof. The Walls Are by Iii. In a horizontal position a each floor or Story of a building. They May he of Ary size depending upon the Gen i Structure of the House or building and Are then raised into place with derricks. This method. Hansen , is much simpler than the building in the perpendicular and is both a time Caver and Money saving plan. The feh framework is assembled in be same manner As Wood f a nov Elk before erection. The outer Edgert of the Wall provided with a Plank the same Width As the whole thickness of the Wall. This is called a curbing Plank to form the Shell of the Wall. All window and door frames Are placed where desired before the Concrete is poured the framework Leur a previously half filled with Damp Sand and covered wit ii Waterproof paper. This makes the frames absolutely water and air proof according to Hansen the Wall Rem Ains on the floor from 24 to it to hours and is limn erected with derricks. Air space. A further object lies in the provision of a void or air space serving As additional insulation and facilitates the installing of pipes or conduits Over paving mesh a dense Concrete is poured which allows for any pc or finish such Asro it it face Ste rough cast or other finish. Or. Ii re has Alt gtd Ete a several buildings in the method Anc with the material described. These Are proving highly a ats factory he Caid

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