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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - January 12, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say. Cell will 9 paid Fortl j any comment used i la in this column i sunday journal times i bulletin vol. 4-no. 39. Racine wis., sunday Jan. 13, 1935. Circulation 19,500 j likes teachers program Over station Wren dear editor hero s hoping this letter will be printed for i want very much to thank the had be teachers Council and Wren for presenting the Public schools programs on the air. These programs which Are Given on the first monday of every month Are in my opinion very Fine and interesting for it gives us parents the Quot inside dope on what is being clone for our children in the schools. I think that ail the numbers of 1 he program which Are Given by the pupils Are doubly interesting and entertaining and make us parents see that a amp Cine has a Good Deal of Voung Talent in its schools i also think that a great Deal of credit belongs to the teachers who undoubtedly work cry hard to present these programs in such a Fine Way. I hear that the teachers Are making a Survey to find out How Many Parent Are listening to these broadcast. Well Here a one and i m enjoying them very much too yours very truly la. J. Washington ate wants readers views on Library site dear editor before it is too late Why not inquire about Public sentiment on a very important matter the location of the new Public Library. A Library is for common use and should above All be accessible to every one men. Women and it Hil Dren first accessibility to residence sections second a quiet High boyhood and Good Light third Beauty of site would seem to be a logical ranking of considerations in Anding a site for a Library. The writer resident anti taxpayer on the South fide. Would like in hear from other part of the Cit. Wishing All Reader of the sunday bulletin a successful new year i am yours sincerely h. La. Washington ave mean thief steals shoes St skating rink dear editor can you Tell me How some people Cam stoop so Low As to Teal so ties from the skating link a ant people enjoy a Little skating without having their shoes stolen. Just what enjoyment a an the thief get out of stealing shoes that probably Aren t even his sire and then making the victim walk Home on the Points of his skates How humorous that must be. Just a form of sarcasm. I wonder of the e Thieve realize i hat some adults As Well As children have Only one pair of shoes and they hate to Wear them to the links because its All they have. Don t forget that shoes Aren t picked off of Trees. Many people have to save Penny by Penny before they have enough. A Iso everyone can to afford to a Heck their shoes especially if they go skating every night. Its the cheapest enjoyment there is and a Blessing for people who arc broke and there surely Are plenty of them j i Hope those people that took a shoes realize just How hard some one else is being bit. And kindly i it urn the shoes they have taken. Hoping to Sec to i published a k. Mead St suggests Way to use Federal loan j Lear editor Racine has been very fortunate Iii obtaining a Large sum of Money from the Federal government for it Public work program. Before it is All allowed to various projects May i suggest a place for part of t de Money a for years the people of Racine have complained about the Racine Beach and its bathing facilities. What would he More appreciated than a modern Bathhouse a new a living place and a slide for the kiddies. Of some Civie Lead r Reading this would Only Champion the cause in a sore it would soon become it reality. Sincerely yours j. S. Hamilton ave leave axes at Home ski club pleads dear editor for the past eight years the Racine ski club has presented to the citizens of this Community the most thrilling of All sports ski jumping. We believe our audient. Have enjoyed the a exhibitions of skill and daring. Despite Adverse weather conditions almost every ear we have somehow managed to stage our tournament each season As so bed tiled. We Are going to have a tournament this veal but unless things change considerably it it ill Proha Lily he our last. Strange though it May seem we Are not at Odds with the weather Man. Our grief i a a till the vandals who visit our slide during the year and destroy whatever they cannot remove. This year we have had to rebuild almost completely. Due in the nominal admission charged at our tournament it is impossible for to to continue to meet till added expense. For our Sake and those to have supported us so notably please Hen you come out to visit our slide leave Vourax Ai Home. R Acine ski Deeb. Be Brave when skies Are Stormy dear editor Liff there come a time for laughter and the re comes a time for tears. There s much to make us weary As we journey up the years. And the Best is Oft the flee test and the worst is hard to Bear int life is Gall and Honey and a Man must take bus share. Winter Golf in full swing in sunny South and Southwest Kalpa Stowt Hoost Leo Diegel Caio Wood a John Dawson Faul Bunyan town Sutler Denny us uhf Al Watrous Charley Lacey Willie Kleim u Nimy Hines John Golden Willie hunted yom c re a y annual fete set Jan. 22 by Rifle club noted arms experts on program Milwaukee an i ill speak. R Brave when see Are a a a be joyous when they re hic there d be no Joy in living task you had to do. Were All the worries ended a the storms blown by wed sicken of menus laughter a Long to hear them sigh. Rinty f no d All d the world i in the rial Man to Faith must cling. Today the task is dreary Terr rest May bring and All the past a Over Distant goal we a. La hut a hint of Plen Doi sirens h May bang t Ltd there la come a time of but it a the care you meet and its the task Complete make the laughter Sweet. The soul to n the in a k i r. Growth is Horn of pain. And the eyes which wee. Morning shall Light the again. A. H Thurston j g and firearms and targets will take Hie limelight in Racine tuesday a Ian. 22. To Hen the Belle City Rifle club holds its annual banquet at hotel Racine starting at 6 30 p. In. Noted experts will be on the banquet program. The Public is invited. About 200 reservations have been made. Authority to so a. Or. Raul r. Jenkins firearms advisor at the Milwaukee museum former Rifle instructor at an army training Camp an overseas Veteran. And present chaplain of Northwestern military and naval Academy will he the principal speaker. His subject will he Quot interesting bits of firearms history a and he will demonstrate Little known weapons from his own collection including the medieval crossbow Matchlock and a snap Haunce of the Puritan period. Others to be displayed include the Flintlock Type of Musket brought Over by Lafayette in 1777. A Kentucky Quot Long Rifle Quot a Colt revolving Shotgun and a German made Rifle designed for indoor use. Frank Kahr author and expert on modern arms is another noted Marksman expected to be present. Other numbers on the program include movies of National shoots at Camps Perry and Ritchie. Racine Man ranks High. Incidentally Wes Hartselle of the Belle City club was a member of the american team which took part in the International matches at Camp Perry last August. In the two Man matches of this a world series of Rifle shooting a Hartselle and his partner. L. K. Bulgrin of Owen wis., Pla cd fourth at 50 meters. In the individual 50-meter match Lansche placed tenth but j the total of the two scores was sult to that he won no. 4 position on the 10-Man team which broke tile world s record for tile match and Defeated England and Germany. Won championships. The banquet Jan. 22 is expected to attract riflemen from through. J out Wisconsin and Illinois and invitations have been sent to Many noted american experts several of Horn already have asked for reservations. It will Mark the Windup of a Vear s activity which found the belie City club winning the Wisconsin championship for the second consecutive time in addition to walking away with the ii i Nois title and being victors in several sectional and club matches both a shoulder to shoulder and by Telegraph. I est Karine plan to Plant Yule tree West Racine merchant Are taking no chances on being caught without appropriate Christmas decorations for next december. They already Are planning for a Large Christmas tree to be moved soon to a spot on the Triangle in the West Racine District. This will be planted and will be used annually with lighting and decorations for the Christmas season. It of responsibility Ottawa Upit the City of Ottawa has been legally absolved of responsibility for the movements of cockroaches. Recently diner \ Evans. Of Eastview sued the City for <2.ooo, claiming that cockroaches had wandered from a City d my into s Home rendering it the Ontario us dist based the action ids that the Cliv did Haven Avenue wife wins or. Racine prize mrs. F. Christensen 1025 Hayes Avenue was Winner of the grand prize in the West rat Hie merchants Holiday treasure Hunt. She chose the Large seamless Rug which was one of the three offers. Only four prizes remained unclaimed in the largest treasure Hunt staged to Date thus eliminating the necessity of a later drawing. The Hunt stimulated business and proved interesting to shoppers in the District. Forty six merchants participated. It will be repeated next year according to present plans. Racine s court one of busiest in Wisconsin municipal chamber result of 1897 move by j. T. Wentworth. By Keith Brehm Toumala times sports editor at a time when ice skating skiing and hockey Are monopolizing the outdoor sports program in this Section of the country it is perhaps difficult for persons residing Here to conjure up pictures of Long rolling fairways and velvety greens with huge galleries tramping along behind the nation s Lead ing golfers As they vie for Rich purses. Golf is regarded in this locality As a summer sport although a few of the most ardent followers of the game usually called bugs begin to Wield Woods and Irons in Early Spring and continue until the arrival of Snow and freezing weather. In the South Southeast Southwest and far West however the Winter Golf season is in full swing and most of the country a professionals Are spending their time touring the a Winter announce cast for a. La. Show plan to stage minstrels at Oman s Hub. Announcement of the Complete East for the a. L. A. Minstrel show to be held feb. 6, 7 and 8, at the woman s club has been made by Earl Harwich. Special scenery is being constructed by Fred Bis Choff and h. J. Eifler. This will be used in the first act featuring songs by the a. L. A. Male chorus. Specially numbers will be Given during the intermission Between the first an a second acts. Tho second half of the performance will be the usual Black face comedy. Jokes and instrumental numbers. Plans to produce one of the most outstanding minstrel shows in this part of the state Are under Way with frequent rehearsals. A trained male chorus under tile direction of Robert Qualheim will be a chief attraction. Members of this chorus Are Arthur Rohrberg Albert Gaiser. Irving Sorensen gust Draeger. Harold Rade Vvan and Hans Clausen first tenors i. J. A Casey Quot Eifler William Blash Frank so Bartok. Adam Knuth and George Reinhardt second tenors Carl Harwich Carl Zag r. Ted vol Kert Julius Reinke and Dave Puebla first Bass Sam Haas George Mahnke Otto Blash. Fred Bischoff and Bill i Lader Basso. Name end men. End in in for the second half of the performance Are Irving Sorensen As Henry Al Gaiser Rufus Frank Thiery january Bill Rader Bill Fred b i c n o of. A a Bones Carl Zager a a molasses. Quartet members Are Sam Haa. A us ted Volkert baritone Art Rohrberg first Tenor and Bill Blash second Tenor. Chairmen of the different groups Are Robert Qualheim male chorus director Robert Herzog dramatic chairman prof. Carl \ Gilman orchestra director Waldemar Eherhard. Orchestration chairman h. J. Eifler scenery and costumes Irving Loppnow. Tickets and Earl a Harwich general chairman. By see m. Sek while the Racine municipal court had a Humble beginning Back in i Kot. It has become one of the busiest courts in the state and is better housed than any state court not barring those in Milwaukee. John t. Wentworth Justice of the peace and court commissioner at various times is credited with drafting the Bill creating a municipal court for this county. That action followed Many years of Justice courts with limited jurisdiction both in criminal and civil actions. For years police and sheriff cases Ere taken before a Justice of the peace and i Well remember a Cov cling a those courts. Justice Wentworth a court was on the second floor of the building now occupied by the mooring jewelry j store. There was Only one room and prisoners were escorted up the j Long stairway to receive their sentences for slight infractions of tile Law. The late j. J. Mercy also. Was a Justice of the peace and had his office in the Brick building which was replaced by the former manufacturers National Bank on the North Side of Monument Square. His court too. Comprised one room reached by a winding Stair. A a painfully quiet a lie said. I Well remember judge Morey. As a Rule he received most of the polite cases and often a dozen or More vagrants and drunks were before Bim for sentence on occasions when prisoners were few he invariably replied in answer to the reporter s query a what s now a that Quot it is painfully in those Days the arresting officer was Given 8 3 cents for each Case those being the police fees charged up by the court. No fee was collectable by the officers for returning the warrant and they delegated that Job to Hie City marshal who was paid for it. All of the major court cases were tried in the circuit court the jurisdiction of the Justice courts being limited to $2 0 in civil cases. They could however hold preliminary hearings and bind defendants Over to the circuit court for trial. As the City grew and the number of actions increased it was decided Racine county was big enough to establish a municipal court one with added jurisdiction in both civil and criminal cases. Shown draft of Hill. Justice Wentworth was keenly interested in improving the courts of the county and it was he who turn to Page 9, col. 3 continuous series. Winter circuit is the term applied to an imaginary Trail winding its Way Between All the chief clubs of the South and West and extending Down into Mexico and across to the Bahamas. Each of these clubs conducts a big tournament and these meets Are so timed As to afford an almost continuous series throughout the Winter months. The Type of meets varies As does the amount of the prizes. There Are match play and medal play tourneys open meets pro tournaments and Amateur pro events. Among the better known and Richer tournaments Are the Miami Biltmore open with a prize list totalling More than $10,000 the British colonial meet with a $5,000 Melon the Pasadena open held at Pasadena Calif. The $1,500 California open the Riverside Calif. $1,500 tourney and the Miami open a $2,500 tournament. All of these have already been staged this season. The $5,000 los Angeles open test began yesterday and others will follow before the pros return Home to take up duties at their own courses. Attracts Many. The Winter circuit attracts not Only the better known professionals but also a number of Young players just breaking into big time Competition and a Host of so called unknowns. Practically every state in the Union i represented in the touring group. Wisconsin this year sent a Large number South to travel the Winter Trail. Included in the party is Hank Kaiser Johnson Park professional. Others from the state include such Well known players As Johnny Revolta of Milwaukee Alvin Krueger Beloit Henry Dett Loff. Oshkosh George Vitense Appleton. Sam Anderson of Kenosha and Jim Mil Ward. Madison Amateur. Almost a fish Story Mcallen a r. S. Border patrolman Walter Wells bagged an Alligator which was More than six feet Long an weighed 150 pounds with a .22 Rifle. Tim saurian was the largest Ever killed in the Bio Grande Yal Ley. Potent wine visa Lia Calif. A u i a port Vine taken on advice of doctors caused the arrest Here of mrs. Lil i lion e. Dorris on charges of drunker driving. Pleading guilty mrs. Dorris said she had drunk Only one Glass. She received a suspended sentence. Seek further Protection at state Street crossing Saar to Ghouse today Between Hitler France German tells of impending dangers by French invasion. Demanding further Protection for the railway crossing on state Street where serious accidents and death have occurred recently the state Street District business menus association will continue to press the matter it was Learned yesterday. The petition drawn up by the organization was presented three weeks ago to the City Council. Acc Oil followed the crash in which August Groenke journal times employee was killed and for which James Davidson Gate tender was convicted by a jury for manslaughter. In View of his Long service lie was Given a parole however. Schliss Gerber of route 2, now lies critically ill at St. Mary s Hospital from the same kind of Accident occurring at the same place i Early tuesday morning. The crossing Gates according to witnesses were not Down when the fast South bound trait passed through state Street. John Douglas 25, of Kenosha. Gateman admitted he was asleep when the train parsed through it is said. Toll too great. Ileal of traffic from out of the City also. However something should he done if it is Only to put signal lights at the wants automatic Gates. John Seitz president of the state Street business men s association declared that the state j Street crossing is considered one of the most dangerous in the City. The trains come from both directions hourly one on the hour the other on the half hour he explained. We have for a Long time been urging sufficient Protection. It is my of n personal opinion that an i automatic Gate would be advisable. J but in any Case we should have j double Protection so that the handling of the situation would not depend on one Martin Smollen of the Smollen Coal company head of the state Street business menus traffic committee stated that while the petition for added Protection had been made to the City Council nothing definite had yet materialized. The matter will be carried further however in the immediate future. Quot this has been one of the important projects of our organization a it should not require a greater ship a or Solo Lien ,.w, presented the matter fully three weeks ago having previously asked for overhead toll of human life before More Ade quate Protection is provided at the Railroad crossing on state Street a bes Augustine of the Lau shoe company Secretary of the state Street District business menus association stated. Quot the safety of too Many lives whose business or recreation require them to Cross these tracks in Auto bus or on foot is involved for Racine to be satisfied with dependence on the system which has More than proved itself insufficient Protection a or. Augustine said. I a any further delay May result in More or greater other statements made by the state Street men include the follow ing Carl Harwich Lincoln hard Ware. Said Quot the state Street business men have Long Felt that something should be done about the North Western crossing on state Street. We have urged overhead tracks. we asked in a Peti t on to the City Council for both a flagman to be stationed continuously on tile outside and a Gate Man. Phis is a main artery into the City. It is possible that Racine people might individually guard against accidents there knowing the situation. But there is a Good contest under Way to name Winner of Pha House in process of remodelling on Monument Square site Lani it air i pushing Sale of tickets at office downtown. Umunna Tabb Pretner court on the grou not own the not response cockroaches and was in for their behaviour. Saves recipes from bulletin dear editor perhaps the women readers of the bulletin May he interested in knowing about the inexpensive my attractive Cook books that can e made using the recipes appearing in the journal times sunday bulletin. I Purchase the Small size a rap Hook at the ten cent store each sunday t clip the recipes that Appeal to me from the Natter. After t have tested the u n Tov own Kitchen i paste them in the a Asp Hook. I a a n g a h one a their proper p Are re is meat turn to Page <0. 4, pm kit of Barry it a a a Dine i a Hen miss Grace Guyette Rural school teacher makes out the report cards he can use a rubber stamp for the last names of her pupils. In the Barry school in lust. No. 7. Northwest of Here there Are eight pupils. All of the same name Barry i Al of the Barry children Are cousins til children of three Brothers. Roscoe. Ran me and Orville bar the a or from t t. The e c by 8 Vears. Everything is under was in tile biggest say is Campaign of the year for the Khz a Model Home. Ticket Are on Sale under the direction of Bill Simonson in the Eha office next to the Rialto theater. Any ticket Holder May win the House now being completed a Monument Square for the Small Pri e of a to Ket. Not Only that but he May have it moved to am Point within a radius of four Mil a o the downtown District and will have a basement dug and Furnace installed at no Cost to himself. The Only stipulation is that lie must furnish the lot. House hanging feet. Ifs experiencing a mushroom growth this House which was Only a tumbledown Shack when it was brought into Monument Square. Clever minds and deft hands Are Tep idly converting it into one of t mss Tov red my Der n Hon a which e cry on admires and which even Abs will a All to the lot o some in Civ ticket purchaser. The fit floor plan diagram shows flan of Home will be modern throughout. J shows the layout of the Houe a it will be when finished. The exterior will has Brick Walls Brick Steps and Wood Shingle roof. Exterior Walls and Cut Iling will by highly insulated. The living room will have a Large Bay window at one end recessed Entrance door with coat closet a living room Large enough for dining room furniture at one and. It will be finished in knotty Pine panelling. The Kitchen will by cheerful with Ivory porcelain sink and work table recess for Gas Range space for refrigerator and breakfast table and chairs. Project is one which the Federal housing administration is sponsor ing to Point out the Way for Home owners in remodelling old houses at a Small Cost utilization of space. Letter lighting in convenience and Beauty. Severs Archt it competed with Pimp. Or was a qom by popular vote. Manufacturers and local concerns have offered excellent co flooring and Walls operation in turning out the most practical and Best looking Home possible. Little symphony to hold concert tuesday evening an exceptional evening of music has been planned for Racin cans by the Racine tattle symphony for 8 15 p. In. Tuesday at St. Catherine s auditorium under the direction of Frederick Schulte. The concert includes the March from a Aida a Verdi symphony no. 11 in g major Haydn Anitra a dance from the Quot peer gents suite Grieg a a the Swan a from Saint Saenso a carnival of animals a and a a aubade from the Ballet a be Cid by Massenet. The programs in the past have been characterized by a guest artist. This portion of till entertainment will have on tuesday a concerto for four violins played by Gerhard Rasmussen Frank Svec. Elmer Slana and William Koenig. The regular concert will then continue with the a Entrance of the fauns a from Birne s Waltz from Volkmann a Quot serenade a a a scherzo a i a Asci and overture a Der fre Schutz a by Weber. Hou taxes increase Hite water Alderman Clair Benson owns 120 acres of land near Cambridge which his Grandfather acquired from the government in 1833 at a Cost of $1.25 per acre. Attached to the original papers of that Transfer which Benson possesses is a tax receipt for $5.38 for the first year of his Grandfather s ownership of the tract. Along with it is Benson s receipt for a tax payment of $143 40 on the same property for 1934. Lecky find Turlington. Wis. Or an old receipt bearing a cancelled stamp blew against the feet of Jay land Here and he picked it up. Trying to Trace its scorer he discovered that it came from a Bale of paper which a junk Man had taken from an old express office in a neighbouring town. Ivind bought the Bale for 75 cents. It contained Many More Stamps of the civil War period. He already has sold $150 Worth there will be tile to dealers and has made on rare find that May be Worth As much the bedroom will be pleasantly As ftl1 the others sold decorated with colonial Wall paper and will have a Roomy clothes the House is so planned that i closet. The bathroom will be up rooms May be added from time to time As the owner wish without destroying t a Beauty of the architecture. Diagram shown. To the minute with All the latest plumbing devices. The Bouse. A a air ont Toni or equipment including at washing and humidifying All done the accompanying it cram t automatically. Bang and my fell East land Tex. A u p a six ducks with one shot is the claim of Ernest Halkias. Halkias said u got five of rho ducks outright but had to a Chase Down the Ixon. The alleged massacre occurred on a Lake near Cisco Tex editor s note the last territorial squabble arising from the world War is Down for solution today when the tiny Troubl i Saar must decide if it Breaks the Bonds of the treaty of Versailles which have held it for in years. Will this Rieti morsel of German soil the Pittsburgh of Europe go nazi and add eight Hundred thousand souls to the Fuhrer subjects or will the Saar Landers Spring a Surprise both for Hiller and the world in tills acid test for the nazi regime by spurning nazi Dom no electing to continue Rule by the league the answer to these ques. Oils May decide which is to prevail in Europe in tile critical months to come War or peace. United press Assoc lotion. By Richard in Mcmillan \ Gellin g e a Saar the r r it o r y a a the a pocket Hitler of the Saar the Multi Mil Linaire Saarland steel magnate doctor Hermann reehling today sounded a grim warning of the dangers which threaten to set this Corner of Europe alight As the most dangerous plebiscite loft Over from the War draws swiftly near. Arch enemy of trans a where he dare not set foot unless he wishes to face jail the former Soldier of the German trenches now a Warrior in till unarmed battalions of the soar working for the country s Freedom reehling solemnly declared Quot danger looms ahead hut it is Only one kind of danger. A a France has threatened to Send troops into the Saar if called upon. A French troops marched in once before As part of the Rhineland occupation. There was bloodshed. Of they Cross our Frontier on a again what will happen a i will Tell Yon. It will provoke trouble terrible Carnegie of the Saarland. The Carnegie of the Saarland is the Power of wealth behind the Deutsche front the patriotic movement which with its 400.000 members socks with in quoi Bable Ardour the restoration of the Saar to the Reich by Legal in ans under the plebiscite. In his Musty office in the steel town of Yoel Kingen a few Miles away from the capital Saa Brucken lie talked with the United press. Reehling himself receives you wit h the i lit Ler Salute. Overshadowing1 his office pulsating blast furnaces whose melting Metal is symbolic of the melting pot which is the Baar today belch smoke and flame into the murky sky which Lowers Over the Green valleys and gaping Black pit Mouths. All about him an photographs of nazi leaders of the Fuhrer of Hindenburg of his forebears who for centuries have been captains of Industry in Saar and Lorraine when Lorraine was still German. French Frontier Iii the distance. In the hazy distance less than five Kilometres on the other Side of the River Saar lies the French Frontier with its gleaming new fortifications and underground bastions. Which Are Gall to Saar Landers like reehling who gaze on them. His enemies May that reehling steel has helped to build tiles in or to is of Arn a Mon. But the steel master denied to to a United press he has sold an ounce of steel to the French government. A a the Trench announce if the Quot Send armed men Here the will not. Affect the vote in january a Roach Ling said his a Gray a is behind his Square Cut spectacles alight v Ith mingled resentment and patriotism. A we do not believe in arguments or Pron to i Ranee which Are sustained by the Bayonet. A we want peace Here in our own land we Are germans born and a red heart s to Aud dead and g ram we m an to a but a a was posited out to him a a f a a say they will �orn4 turn to Page to col. I

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