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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 17, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say. Isi will be Paia far to Amy Clamaca use la la this Calama Ujj sunday journal times a is bulletin vol. 4-no. 44. Racine wis., sunday Fer. 17, 1935. Circulation 19,500 wants to know about 1001 club editor sunday bulletin Why All the secrecy about the thousand and one club Are they the crusaders the John Dee company what can it be possible that a former mayor Racine is a Clever enough politician to be i come a Quot Huey Long Quot by surrounding himself with former political allies and thus Lead a confiding membership to Slaughter under the Guise a Loyal organization whose ostensible purpose is to eliminate the City s present political setup Why make George Porter the presidential Goat Why not come out in the open and admit the True identity As a citizen Racine i would like to know before i cast my vote. Assuring you my appreciation the bulletin. K n. College ave does t like to hear Racine knocked dear editor i be Road so Many letter in your column regarding the dirty streets in Racine and it sure has made me preach every to sunday. It certainly goes to prov e you can t please cd Erv body. A a to like to see any City that had the weather Racine has had to look polished and shiny. It can to be done. And instead appreciating the Good the City has hone by putting ashes All the Lippert Corners to keep somebody from breaking their neck it seems to me they go around hollering because the streets Are dirty. I wonder How Many those that Are doing the talking have their own sidewalks cleaned off. Believe me. I think the City has done mighty Well in the past weeks and i guess we can All look Over something old Man Winter sent without our invitation. Golly i feel better anyhow. Editor. Thanks for the Good old bulletin. Mrs. G. Of. Grove ave Charm school Here soon Sla ted february y 25-28 Janette Serrec lecturer Snow covered walks bring a protest dear editor have you been Washington Avenue since our recent snowfall followed by thawing weather if you have. You will undoubtedly remember it for a Long time after blowing through the Snow covered sidewalks wading through the water puddles. It seems strange that the people having sidewalks covered with Snow and living one our main streets can to find a Little time to clean them hire some the men boys walking the streets to remove the Snow for a few to cents. If sidewalks Arentt shovelled a Fine should be placed the person responsible. There is no Rea j son for walks being left in this deplorable condition especially in front apartment houses. Taylor Avenue is one Street where nearly everyone remove the Snow from his walk Early and there Are not any puddles later. I think this Street is a Good example citizenship. It is a Model that other streets would do Well to follow in cleaning their sidewalks mainly. Washington Avenue. Tours truly f. B. Taylor ave Little word a Oliaro fatal term in state Senate 93 years ago Tiede recalls tiny theater too seats Balm called Racket women lawmakers Battle to Cut Down High Price kisses jilted love costly first Bijou Pioneer show business Racine. In miss Janette Serrec Charm school lecturer i does t like Way Dionne Are treated dear editor i would like to say a few word in behalf the poor parents those world famous Dionne quintuplets. J think it is a disgrace the Way they Are being paraded around As though they Are freaks instead the proud possessors the Miracle that god has performed. At first the trip was supposed to he a much needed pleasure that they had been deprived but soon the Quot Good Whit tour was transformed in a commercial project. Perhaps they Are enjoying the night club life also the new clothes and a taste Many things theve the heard about but this could be done better by travelling incognito instead always being in the limelight. They Are Mere puppets with Max Halperyn pulling the strings a mostly the purse strings they could Avail themselves some extra Money to help out their older and forgotten children the quilts Are w Ell provided Fornall Well and Good hut already Ivan Spear and . Halperin Are fighting Over the spoils. What a queer Way glorifying motherhood Here s hoping the Dionne Are Able to return Horn with a Little Faith remaining in the american people. Mrs. H. A. Grange ave praises act a Junior policeman dear editor As i Vav As walking along s Busy intersection by the Howell school i noticed one the Junior police boys take an aged woman by the srm cd help her across the Street. This boy is a real Model gentleman and a hero. If All the men were like this lad. I Ani quite sure we would t have Many communists and Law turn to Page a col. 3 another Charm school for a i Cine and again that delightful per j tonality miss Janette Serrec who interested hundreds women Here last year. The journal times is bringing miss Serrec Back to Racine following the flood requests for her reappearance. So popular was the Charm course last year that 32 Raj cilia organizations so far hate offered to sponsor her visit. The Charm school will be held i ? t the woman s club feb. 25, 26. 2? and 21. Miss Serrec has unusual store information How to i to achieve individuality and Man net ism. And she has a most attractive method presenting her theories. Entertainment. Abo. Each evening will be interesting j and instructive. In addition to the regular lectures there will he vat cd entertainment and timely fashion reviews. Those who write enthusiastically miss Serrec s newer lectures stress the fact Charm is More now than Ever before for the business woman because the present keen Competition for jobs. Harm called necessity. Charm is necessary in the Home where the women Are looked upon a natural sources inspiration i and optimism in the movement toward economic recovery. Charm is necessary too. They emphasize to Spur each individual to his her maximum Effort in daily tasks. The journal times Charm school will be announced in detail during the coming week. Subjects for each evening to lecture will be Given. By see m. See. A show House so Small that a Patron in the gallery could reach out and grasp the hand a vaudeville actor the stage once did a thriving business in Racine. I la have to confess it was t quite that Small but that statement is not far from the truth. I am referring to the first Bijou theater located in the former Secor building at third and main streets now known As hotel Nelson. The stage was the North Side the Large room fronting main Street and the Balcony gallery was the opposite Side. The gallery was Over the Heads three fourths the seats the lower floor and it would be difficult to pack More than too persons in the place. It a opened by w. C. Tied a Pioneer showman and Bill poster. He asserts his theater was the first to show a combination vaudeville and pictures a practice that was popular for a number years Here. It was operated in 1904 and 1905. Minstrel Man a Pioneer. William Roscoe minstrel Man who died a few years ago in California was one the pioneers in the show business in this City. He together with John Mcfarlane later a newspaper reporter the Racine times when it was a four Page paper with a Patent Telegraph plate first Page held shows in what was known As Belle City Hall the West Side main Street near Monument Square. Or. Tiede became interested in the theater business for the first <9> Money can to soothe Heartbreak claim backers Bill. They scored heavily in breach Promise suits. Anne Caid Well above asked half a million dollars and collected a tidy $50,000. Evelyn Hazen below received $00,000 for a 15-year engagement that was broken. New Winter sport invented Here by a 6-year old a six year old has introduced a Brand new Winter sport. He to Charles Elbert Moran son . And mrs. Charles Moran 1718 High Street. During the period when streets were so Slippery mothers held their breaths in Hile their Chil Dren played outside Charles found i will sell tickets Eha Model Home time when he opened in what was i known As Turner Hall located journal times boys the est Side College Avenue a j Short distance n. Rob sixth Street. He opened that House with the i stage performance Uncle Tom to the Blake opera House sixth Street and College Avenue which was destroyed by fire with the loss two lives was a modern theater. Turner Hall was utilized for shows the before and after that fire. Belle City opera House. The Day the Cornerstone was Laid for the Belle City opera House later the Rex theater was one new ?"lf female legislators and women to clubs have their Way Golden heart Balm for jilted ladies soon we till become illegal in several states. So cordial in fact has been the nation wide feminine support Bills to prohibit breach Promise suits introduced by legislators Blanche e. Hower Ohia and Roberta West Nicholson Indiana that framers a similar Bill in new York have been encouraged to bring it again before the legislature. Several other states including California where millions dollars we North such suits Are filed each year Are said to be contemplating efforts along the same line. The leaders the anti heart Balm movement Are nearly All woman in apparent agreement with miss Nicholson who declares Money cannot soothe a really heartbroken woman and adds that extortion is at the Bottom most breach Promise suits. Nearly unknown in Europe. The women legislators Point out that in other countries with the exception England the breach Promise suit is practically unknown. Or if countenanced at All it gives the Man the same right As the woman to collect damages. Here where women to Heartbreak has been assessed by juries As High As $450,000, there Are few records men who have been paid for damage to their Pride when the lady in the Case has changed her mind. In two memorable instances at least judges held up to ridicule men who tried to collect from i women. One sued for $200,000, admit that mrs. Cleavenger had including $25,000 for entertaining Good Deal her Side. Legislator loses life killer freed senators not so Touchy Over epithets now events show. Evan Burrows Fontaine top sued Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney for $1,000,000, Bot lost her Case. Mrs. Rhoda Tanner Doubleday below sought $1,500,-000 from Harold f. Mccormick and is said to have received an out court settlement. His tricycle and assembled a num the most important in Racine the Ber other children in the neigh i atrial history boyhood each with his own Tri j Cut Cle. And sponsored a series bicycle races. Parents first alarm de became enthusiastic. There were no accidents and the children spent the Day in a w Holesome sport j apparently neighbors said trl i cycles can safely be used in icy weather and the children Are a j sorbed in developing new a a trikes to to Cha tips. Forty residents the City who Felt that Racine should have a modern Pla it House erected the Structure and operated it for a number years. That theater was the scene Many Road shows the Best the circuit being offered its patrons. Comic operas such As the Quot wizard ?� were its offerings and the Best seats in the House sold for $150. It was Swanky in those Days turn to Page 9, col. Is newly organized master singers Racine to present Mendelssohn s a Elijah As their first production All journal times newsboys Street sales Are authorized to handle tickets the Cha Model Home. The announcement was made by Bill Simonson director the Campaign after a Large number Telephone queries. As the time for the close the Campaign draws nearer Many persons Are asking where they May get tickets. Salesmen have been canvassing the entire City Simonson said. Tickets also have been Sale at the Cha Headquarters j in it to the Rialto theater and at Monument Square where the House is being completed. Those who Hae missed the Opportunity to buy probably were not j at Home w Hen the salesmen called Simonson explained. Others Call i ing in at Headquarters already have i one ticket and we Tant additional ones. Journal times newsboys Are helping to reach the Public with Model Home tickets so that no Racine citizen will be missed before the close the Campaign. Her and $25,000 for loss in his business while thinking her there were eight women the jury which awarded to mrs. Bertha Cleavenger Detroit the All time High for heart ?"$450,-000. That was several years ago and apparently feminine sentiment a changed since then though had provided for him. To begin with she we tas not a Good looking Young Gold Digger. A boarding House keeper 48, she had fed and lodged John h. Castle free when he was making $6 a Day i in an automobile factory had darned his socks pressed his suits and even put $1,800 her labor even those who now Are most piously acquired savings into a real i anxious to have breach Promise estate business which she had in payments abolished Are willing to i turn to Page 5, column 8. A. Bronnenkant Racine newsboy has walked thousands Miles the newly organized master singers Racine will present their first production Mendelssohn s Quot Elijah a at 2 30 p. In. Today at the first i Esb Terian Church. Choruses baritone contralto and Tenor solos w ill be presented by the talented group under the direction John Carre. Members the execute e Board the master singers organization Are d. Porter Spencer president j mrs. Florence Peterson Hocking ice president miss Ethel Fredrik son recording Secretary Earl Seymour corresponding Secretary Julius Krenzke treasurer mrs. Harlan Shufelt business manager and Spencer clop librarian. The a Ivory Council consists mrs. P. Bowers. Miss Lillian Watt. Fred Flegel and a Preston Smith. Chorus member. Women chorus member Are mrs. Florence Balslev mrs. F. D. It overs. Mrs. Ethel Christensen. Mise Ethel Fredrikson. Mrs. Jeanette Gage mrs. Dorothea Goodland. Mrs. Florence p. Hocking. Mrs. Lynda j. Huber. Miss Vodene Hulett mrs. Eva Kranick mrs. Thomas a. Lloyd. Mrs. Lillian Leutner miss Catherine Mielke mrs. Vera Mittlestadt miss Jane Nash. Mrs. Esther Nyholm. Miss Genevieve Rodig amp a. Miss Ahma convinced world is Small after All ?"<u.� a r. Earl do Nam a Madisonville a suburb really believes in the old Quot Small Little world after ?� saying. Denman was a West Indian cruise dec. 28. Twenty four Miles out Colon Panama he stuffed a business card in a bottle tossed it out a porthole. Denman knows Only Man in All South Central America. That Man lives at Cape grades a Dios Nicaragua. None other than this Man found Denman s card in the bottle the Beach Jan. 20 in the nicaraguan town wrote Denman a i letter. Top Row Harry Sumpter. Earl Seymour ted Linsey. Ii. Porter Silencer. C. Hackman. Erie Loch. Julius Krenzke. And William Hampton. Second from lop Velra Situ Felt. Charles Nash. J. Preston Smith. William Humphreys Fred Flegel. Spencer dope Irvin Oneson. Fred Bowers and mrs. William Leutner. Third Row in. Thomas Lloyd. Flora Smith Ethel Fredriksen Janette Gage. Eva Kranich Al Rose in Fulton Thompson. In schaults. Fourth Row june Oveson. Vera Mittlestadt either by hoi in. Charlotte. Worun. Catherine Mielke. No Deane Hulette. Ethel Christensen Jane Nash and Genevieve Rodriga ii. Bottom Row Helen Smith. Lynda Huber Florence Hocking John Carre Florence Halsey mrs. F. D. Bowers. Marion Spencer. Dorothea Goodland Edgar Davie and Harry James Are members not included in the picture. Albert Bronnenkant. . Miss Carolyn Truelsch. Emily Sholdis mrs. Harlan mr-1 men members. \ Lucht Charles Nash. Irvin one Shu men members Are f. D. Bow � son Earl Seymour. J. Preston Felt mrs. Flora Smith. Mrs. D. Era Spencer clop Edgar Davies. . D. Porter Spencer Harry Porter Spencer mrs. Fulton Fred Flegel. William Hampton. I Sumpter and c. A. Wakeman june Thompson Are. Charlotte Worun William Humphreys. Harry James. Neeon. Organist and John Carre. And mrs. Helen Smith. Julius Krenzke ted Linsey Erie director. Will help German if Albert Bronnenkant to Quot mlle u # age was computed for All the he captured in War newspaper deliveries he Haa made Lima. ?" ?"an american in Racine for the past 26 years the Veteran the world War will a distance should take in Africa. Lit Pear Here at a citizenship hearing tie America and several other far manhood and womanhood and has leering papers and making a Good Job it. Ile has seen his routes develop and flourish new houses and new stores Spring up children t ing from Babyhood to Young in behalf a Man whom he took prisoner during the War. Max r. Chr Stochowitz 43, Lima former German machine gunner is seeking citizenship papers. Lewis Poppe 44, new Bremen o., once his captor and now his Friend will help him become an american citizen. The two met Here several months ago at an american legion meeting. Points several times Over. Albert is now 52 years age and the oldest newsboy the journal times staff. He was first with the old Racine tim then with the times Call and later with the journal times. Having paralleled the services the three papers during his own Span service. The Veteran newsboy is still de canted some the most significant news in history to Racine ans. Bronnenkant is now carrying papers the High Street route from the Lake to Douglas Avenue. He is Best known South sixteenth Madison wis. A a member the Wisconsin legislature shot and killed another the floor the upper House Long ago Over an incident that might be repeated today without serious consequences. The Little word Quot liar Quot which lawmakers repeatedly hav thrown at each other with comparative impunity later occasion a the cause James r. Vineyard killing Charles c. P. Arndt in the territorial legislature wisc 93 years ago. Yet senator Oscar h. Morris. Milwaukee this anniversary recalled several instances in which the lie has been passed Between members either in direct carefully couched language during i Senate service Over the last 15 years without so much As a Blackey resulting. Session still peaceful. The 1935 legislature has not bean in Progress Long enough to produce such bitter debate As often Mark mid summer sessions. Few untoward remarks have been tossed about the Senate chamber to Date. Two senators who boasted they started their careers As newsboy and often assailed each other the Senate floor la language the streets were retired after the Leat session. They enlivened sessions the last few years and caused situations we Thich easily might hav led to shooting Quot cowl Dong Quot in Pioneer legislative Days. The shooting Arndt la a rarely recounted episode Wisconsin history. Many the present legislators never have heard it. The trial and acquittal Vineyard i regarded by historian today As a sad example Early Justice with one kind for prominent citizens and another for the poor and Humble. Arndts to Slayer was re elected to the stat constitutional convention and to the legislature after Wisconsin attained statehood. Another Man who had engaged in a fatal barroom Brawl at about the same tim was hanged. Fends common place. Vineyard Kentucky born was a Miner and influential citizen Platteville. Personal affray Between men standing were a recognized feature life in the Lead mine regions Wisconsin then. Historians record. Editors and attorneys frequently Felt the lash a cowhide whip and rival politicians fought duels with guns knives. Arndt born in Wilkes Barre pa., and a graduate Rutgers came to Green Bay and practice Law. He was elected to the territorial Council in 1839. His father. Judge Arndt also was a member the Council and witnessed the shooting in its Chambers. The two principals in this historical incident were close friends j despite Arndt being a whig and i Vineyard a Democrat. Vineyard was 38, Arndt 31, at the time their trouble. Confirmation the governor s appointment a sheriff in Vineyard to Community was under con a Sider Alion by the Council feb. La 1842. Bitter debate led to con. Fusion in which an adjournment j was taken to Cool angry words. Arndt immediately approached Vineyard and asked the latter had imputed falsehood to Arndts to remarks during debate. Vineyard said he had. One Bullet kills. Testimony at the trial was that Arndt then struck Vineyard who staggered Back Drew a pistol from his pocket and fired once. Arndt died in the arms colleagues five minutes later. Vineyard walked unmolested to his hotel after the shooting reloaded his gun and placed it in his trunk. He offered his resignation but the Council chose to expel him. Vineyard provided $20,000 Hail and obtained continuances in Dane county courts until after the next legislature 15 months later enacted a Law for change venue which permitted Transfer his Case from the capital where Teeling a bitter against him. To Monroe. The president the Council when this change venue statute was passed was Moses Mccure Street w isconsir., Park College j Strong Dartmouth graduate Resi Ilia Street. He lives at 1420 Dent Mineral Point influential x. W Wisconsin Street. His two j Layman the protestant episcopal brother. Frank and Louis Are also Church and first president the Well known Here. Turn to Page 9, col i

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