Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
26 Jan 1936

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26 Jan 1936

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 26, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin What our i readers have to say. In will a paid fori an comment lied i i in this Conlinn j i sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5no. 41. Racine wis., Sun Day Jan. 26,1936. Circulation 19,500 Don t spread colds is plea of Parent dear Mitor my Slaughter went to Only one Christmas party and aught a told there which kept her indoors through the holidays. Recently a Little boy stood directly behind my a hair at an entertainment and coughed constantly Over my Shoul � or Vita never a word from his Rar � Ilia we re with him. It is in simple to teach a child that he Hon d never cough or sneer unless he uses his handkerchief. This could also apply to older people Nim carelessly spread their coughs and colds in this Way. Colds Are unpleasant and often Lead to More serious illness. Many. Ould be prevented if people would extend to others the Courtesy they l ave a Light to expect by not coughing or sneezing with the Mouth and nose uncovered. I do App rec ate the bulletin and especially this interesting column wherein we can press our Piti Ion. Tbs to a v on. F. I. By in May rave commends broadcasts of basketball games i tear editor i am a great basketball fan and to i should like to Praise u Hon for the excellent work it is doing t the coverage of the games of our it of High school teams. Especially Ince Horlyck High has developed a of Ding contender for the big eight he is to Gratifying to have coverage of even the out of town games. I know that we certainly owe the station anti those who have sponsored these programs a big Vole of thanks. B. F. Herrick ave King often saved Empire Don t always blame Railroad says Reader dear editor you undoubtedly will Raceb e Manv letters from your readers in regard to the recent Auto train crash. These letters will suggest All sorts Sod types of crash preventive devices for the Railroad to install at Crossings bet tis not criticize the Railroad but rather the automobile Drivers themselves. After All. We must realize that a train operates on tracks and cannot move out of our Way and it has the right of Way therefore it is the duty of each Driver to remember his place and use caution. When a Railroad furnishes crossing Gates plus flagman what More can they do if one wishes to disregard All these precautions the consequences Sre of one s own liability. Faulty brakes or icy roadways Sre no explanations for crashes they make slow and careful driving doubly More necessary. I do have sympathy for crash victims and their families and it is sorrowful that crashes take such a. Large toll of tragic deaths but i do not like to hear a Railroad criticized unjustly when nine out of it very ten Auto train crashes Are caused by careless automobile Drivers themselves. In j.p., Spring Street blames the boys for a Owilda girls dear editor this is my reply to j. N. W Case Avenue. The modern girl today is still Sweet and unspoiled. The girl he is talking of is the Giddy Young Dumbell who thinks it is a Ute to smoke and drink and paint. She lovers herself to become a so called a Good ?� the boys take the girls out and if they done to smoke or do the other silly things they Call her a a Odim bulbs and hence Forth she never gets another Date. N. Xiv. Asks what is the matter with the modern girl. Well id eke to ask him where our True gentlemen of yesteryear Are. I think if someone would Knock some con Mon sense into the modern boys the girls would he safer. The girl of yesteryear were just As bad is the so called modern Young thing. Sometimes the Mother is at fault and then again the girls whose mothers have raised them right turn had of their own free will. I think j. X. Xiv. Ought to apologize to the first a modern girl he meets. Of. F. Taylor ave history made during reign of George v Monarch acted As Britain reeled in economic earthquake. King George never lost Iii love of the men. Frequently during the yachting Kenton he Xmas at the Helm of the Royal yacht Britannia for race and pleasure runs. George v set an example of steadfastness As his Empire waged War. Thrones toppled in tie War to Backwash hut not Britain to. George v right and the Prince of Wales Are participating in that picturesque ceremony a trooping of the colors a to to on the horse guard Parade in London. Journal times Cook Book goes to housewives free on feb. 2 it of of a dear Elmer Book Lri is care of Teeth Toledo Jan. 25.�?" or a discussion of common dental problems in language which the Layman can understand is the object of a Booklet published recently by a Toledo dentist or. Philip r. Miller. Or. Miller s Book is in the form of letter Between a dental student his father and the Veteran family dentist. It is entitled a Odear or. Miller contends that loss of Teeth ran to minimized by a sensible program of prevention and education. In volume compiled rom recipes published sunday bulletin from week to week every one of cooking formulas tested by women in Racine county. The journal times Cook Book it Book contains a column of it Igge. Reminds How roads save Many lives dear editor this is not a a Opet peeves hut just an afterthought which resulted from Reading about Racine to recent crossing tragedy. Of statistics showing the number of lives actually saved by the use of the Ca i roads since their Advent. Were gathered. I wonder if they would reveal a greater amount of lives saved than of lives lost because of railroads. It is doubtful whether such a sur a e v could he conducted with a reasonable amount of accuracy since it would necessitate a probing into Many indirect causes. For instance there to the value of having fresh meats and vegetables rushed to certain needy areas. Due to the great Speed of trains Many victims of disease and disaster have been saved from death. One could delve into Many other instances but Lite question remain a have railroads been a greater service to humanity than they have been a menace Xiv Best w Sites for the continued Success of the bulletin. In. J., sunny rest eight murders solved by dog he finds body of slain boy concealed in Forest. It skate fan suggests an indoor rink dear editor last sunday to bulletin contained an interesting comment in regard to that glorious Winter aporta skating. If the writer of that article does t a mind. In like to elaborate upon the same subject. Would no to it be splendid if Racine could copy the St vie of some Small j or cities of 24.60# or of and provide an indoor skating rink the sea Soli would he prolonged and More people would enjoy the healthful pleasure. These indoor rinks have orchestra music and bleacher seats for those who w ish to watch the sport. And All for. A very nominal fee. How Many Racine ans could emmy an amusement like this the building of such a rink could too. Take care of some unemployed men for a period of time. Of an indoor swimming Pool does t win out Why not a work on the indoor rink idea How about it tile sunday bulletin a its regular appearance at our breakfast table every sunday and do we enjoy it of. M., Olive St Reader urges safety Campaign dear editor last Vear Many lives were lot by automobiles in our City. Statistics go so far a to say that As Many people were killed by cars in the United states in 1935 As the United states lost in a year of the world War. Large cities Are campaigning against this Slaughter through their newspapers. Every Driver to asked to sign a pledge that he w ill constantly try to avoid an Accident. In our City the Lions club has started a Campaign against reckless driving. In recent editorials in the journal times the editor has tried to Point out the dangers of Speed and recklessness. Now. In to sure if ill the City Dohs and the journal turn to Page 4, col. A Berun. Tan. 2 5. A cujo a what is said to he the Hest Detec 1 Tive dog in the world belongs to the dog Section of the Berlin police. This smart four legged detective named Schimmel. Has solved eight murder cases a Well As numerous robberies holdups and other crimes. The so called a Owend Erdoga is amp Vears old and has been a member of the Berlin police foce since 122?. In a recent care the Doc gave i another proof of his ability and smartness when eight other docs from his Section ila<1 failed. It found Hie body of a murdered boy concealed about half a meter under ground in a thickly wooded Forest. The child was a victim of the to killer Seefeld. Refutes to lie misled. This Little a of detective proved hits cleverness to so jurists among whom were both foreign and German judges and attorneys. The jurists walked Over a Field to destroy and stamp out All Trace i scent on the dog s Trail. But it took Schimmel less than three minutes to find the scent take tile Lead again and find the Lidid it ii i object. I this dog receives the same food a All its Fellows except that after each Gallant performance it in ice Ives a bag full of Pfeffe Kuchen its favorite delicacy. Schimmels to Trainer is Paul Boettger the chief of the dog detective Section. Boettger is the j oldest police dog Trainer in the a world. Dog White. The dog is entirely White a rare j color for German shepherds which Are usually Brown Black or spotted Black and White. This peculiarity explains its names it Minnie. W hich in German Means \ Quot White ?� the idea of using dogs for detective work originated with Herr Laufer a former attorney. In 1901, when the town of Schwelm Westphalia did not have enough Money to employ sufficient police officers every policeman on duty was ordered to take a Shepherd dog with him As protector. Containing about 1,000 practical recipe that have been used by Racine housewives and published from time to time in the journal times sunday bulletin will be distributed free to Racine county housewives sunday feb. 2. Believed to he the Only Cook Book of its kind in the world every recipe contained in it has been tried and proved trustworthy by women in this Community. Foods that have originated with or that have been obtained by them fit particularly in this Section. Names of women who submitted the recipes to the sunday bulletin appear with each in the Cook Book. Classified in group. Each sunday bulletin has car lied about to recipes under the caption a omy favorite recipe a and these have been saved and classify d j in groups such As cakes Iru at dishes Etc. Another feature is that the recipes Are listed alphabetically in an Index. In addition to the recipes the Duck a sings anti eats at table Page Penner Augusta me., Jan. 25.�?" ins a there Are three to consider in the family of or. And mrs. Edward in coynes the third boing their Snow i White Duck which a of talks and a of sings and eats with them at the table. The Duck is placed on a stand and quacks in time to music. When spoken to it seems to understand and a of answers by a series of of quacks. The Duck follows Roberts like a pet dog has accompanied him on shopping trips and Iipp or St rays. Tons under the caption a helpful ?� these include Many idea intended to help in cookery a number of Blank pages Are left in it for use it copying new recipes of for pasting in those clipped from the bulletin from time to time in the future. Tile Book which was printed by the journal times with the to operation of a number of Racine to leading merchants contains 12s pages. It is Roll inches in size and is bound with a substantial Cox a. Vocational school of let plans to continue Tow classes in cooking Spring cooking classes scheduled to Start at the vocational school monday evening at 7 30, Are not affected by the curtailment of night school instruction it has been announced by miss Beulah Meikle in charge of the Home service department. A othe classes will he conducted As originally announced a miss Meikle Aid. A Otile Home service department is affected in no Way by the dropping of other ?� no charge for courses. Many enrolments for these classes have been received already but miss Meikle expects a Large number More when the course opens tomorrow night. She says that those who wish May Register at the first class they attend. It is advisable she added to be Prest it for the first session although women May attend any of the classes they wish during the course. Those who Are present for 14 of the 16 will receive graduation diplomas at the conclusion of the course. Courses for the Busy business woman Home managers and one on menu planning Are to be offered. There is no charge for any of the 1 courses miss Meikle said. Women Here sent to jail men were worst offenders by ratio of 16 to 1, in 1935, according to county records drunkenness still leads As a favor Ite crime. Men received at the county jail during 1935, outnumbered women prisoners by More than 16 to i according to a report compiled by Jailer Ervin coling and which is to be forwarded to the state Board of control. The report shows that of the 1,174 admitted to the jail in the 12 months ended dec. 31, 1,104 were men and 70 women. Among the offences of prisoners who were sentenced by the court drunk and disorderly predominated with 507 of which 488 were credited to men and 19 to women. New Type to Grace pages of journal times monday tomorrow the Racine journal times Xxiii Don its a new dress a a new kind of Bod Type purchased in order to enable subscribers to l Ead their daily and sunday paper with a minimum of Effort and with a minimum of eyestrain. The familiar Type printed under journal times headlines for Many years was a Good Type in its time but times have changed. Modern americans use their Eves almost constantly newspaper Type that is easy to read is a necessity. New modes in the handling of news Call for Type that has the crispness of modern thought Jet leads the Eye gently from word to word without bumps or jerks. It s called Excelsior. Excelsior the new to it be that will be used in Tho journal times and the sunday bulletin tomorrow and henceforth answers these modern needs. It is Bright it is smooth it will give the pages of the journal times the even Clear tone that today readers appreciate. Its More style of Page arrangement and new i even shading eliminates the opt Eye will find advantages in journal times new Type paralysis enables Man to be Singer Boston Jan. 25.�?" ins a ordinarily one would not expect to derive any Good from paralysis. But Alfred Starratt of North Quincy who had been Given one Chance in a thousand to live by physicians As he spent six months in a Respirator today can if he will give thanks to the ailment because it gave him a much better singing voice than before lie was stricken. Now that he has recovered and is enrolled in the Boston University school of education is a Tenor in the men s glee club. Before he could t sing. Comparison of the journal times to former to it be with the new Excelsior which will be introduced monday will show that the new variety is a striking improvement. The following specimen paragraphs Are printed Iii both the old Sud the new St vies Light face boldface and capitals. The wording is identical in both cases. Compare them. Weather Outlook Washington Jan. 25.�?" a weather Outlook for the period of Jan. 29 to feb. I for the Region of the great lakes generally fair first of week possibly Snow Middle i fair again at close temperature be Low Normal particularly first of week. Old style Light face. The new Type is Rounder smoother and More Graceful. Its wider channels and White spaces give Ink less Chance to clot and clog. Its sturdy lines Lessen likelihood of breakage and blurred printing. Old style boldface not a headache in a Jingo is Tho claim for the journal times to next in Xiv la diminishes lie Strain to eyes tired from toil in Busy office and teeming factories. Watch the world Parade across the Agoti at a comfortable Reading distance. Old style . Schoolbooks Are printed in soothing Tyre to make Early Reading easy for youth. Why adults to Reading matter has been printed in crabbed. Stumbling letters has not been satisfactorily explained. New style Light face. The new to Type is Rounder smoother and More Graceful. Its wider channels and White spaces give Ink less Chance to clot and clog. Its sturdy lines Lessen likelihood of breakage and blurred printing. Kew to style Quot boldface. Not a headache in a Page is the Cal jolts inherent in old style varieties its sturdy construction withstands the Strain of High Speed presses and lessens the Chance for blurred dim printing. The journal times new Type was selected Only after an exhaustive search for a handsomer More legible variety. The Excelsior Type was chosen from a group of possibilities by staff members who understand the preferences and needs of modern readers. Excelsior a variety manufactured by the Mergen to idler Linotype company and which is being supplied for All of the journal times Type setting machines which handle news copy was an overwhelming favorite with those who made the selections. Spacing shape important. Many details Are important in the manufacture of Type that is easy to read. The amount of internal White space the Width of the lines that compose each letter the size and shape of the �??� or tiny Points that Grace lines of a letter at top and Bottom and the general shape of the letters All these factors we Tere studied carefully when Excelsior Type was designed. These factors were considered by the men who chose the new Type As most suitable for the journal times to readers. These men also made Reading tests to determine which of the several proposed varieties transmitted the thought from claim for the journal times new i the Printe Ltd let Ake to the brain More j rapidly and easily. With the new style of Type tile body Type. It diminishes the Strain to eyes tired from toil in Busy offices and teeming factories. Watch the world Parade across the pages at a comfortable Reading distance. New style Caps. Schoolbooks Are printed in soothing Type to make Early Reading easy for youth. Why adults Reading matter has been printed in crabbed stumbling letters has not been satisfactorily explained. Journal times is confident that its three leased wire services its Broad local news service and its Many popular daily and sunday features will prove even More valuable and useful to its readers than before. It is confident that the a new dress will give its readers Fuller and More restful enjoyment of the world to news every Day in the week. Two styles compared. Compare individual characters of the roman Type used in the past turn to Page 2 column 4 Edward Vii inherits a a Commonwealth of nations a the permanent tribute to a King who by his example of steadfastness led his subjects successfully through a trying period of change that threatened often to dissolve the once close knit Empire. The place in history of George v can at this Early Day be keyed by his personal motto a othe secret of life is not to do what one likes but to try to like what one has to ?� that a Otry is eloquent to those who studied him and his reign. It reflects his sudden transformation in 1892 when his elder brother the Duke of Clarence died and George second son of Edward Vii became Prince of Wales. It recalls the scarcely concealed distaste with which he went about the business of appearing at the laying of Cornerstones dedication of Hospital wards and All the other occasions to w hich the heir to the throne must lend a othe Grace of his ?� saw Many changes. It tells too of the change of the Man from a disciplined officer of his majesty to Navy dedicated to the status quo and traditions of the world wide Empire into a Monarch who could go along with such changes As the partition of Ireland the Elevation of workmen to the i peerage the acceptance of women As part and parcel of Public administration and the spread of self government to teeming illiterate India. Four Short years after George v ascended the throne of a restless Empire War changed the Nat ional symphony. Imperial discords faded the clanging cymbals of factionalism which seemingly had heralded dissolution were stilled and the sonorous tones of a Rule Britannia a backed by War trumpets and Drums dominated As the whole Empire United for King and country. The British ?" a Ocon tempt bless under the German staff i appraisal crossed the Channel the dominions started contingents j overseas and English youth flocked to recruiting stations in answer to Kitchener to Call for volunteers. Any Able bodied Young Man in j a of ivies was fair game for patriotic Young women we Tho urged him to a sign up and stuck a White Feather in his hat if he hesitated. The a defense of the realm act Dora in popular parlance substituted Bank notes for Gold coins restricted business and pleasure and mobilized Industry. Women went to work benches Learned to drive trucks and ambulances and nursed the wounded. Spy Hunting and exposure of food hoarders were i orders of the Day. Palace set example. Even before the people settled Down from the first patriotic Hys Teria to the a carry on attitude that marked them through the bloody years the Palace was setting an example of steadfastness. Immediately following the tragedy at Sarajevo. King George had personally intervened with his cousins on the thrones of Germany and Russia to prevent a conflict department of Justice at Ashing Hen these overtures failed be ton. It was found that 42 had pm a announced he would make every personal Effort toward Victory to. King George s personal purse was opened for contributions not Loans to the Treasury. His gift in 1918 alone was $500,000. He and Queen Mary gave $280,000 to a fund for disabled soldiers. Political hatchets buried. Political factions buried their differences. A coalition Cabinet took Over the government with David Lloyd George fiery Welsh Leader of the liberals As minister for munitions. Later his driving Energy won him the Post of Primo minister and he exp solved into on of the world to a big four at Versailles. The King made several visits to Hie front. On one of these an outburst of cheering from the troops frightened the Kings Steed. A was a horsed and went Back to England on a Stretcher Germany to submarine warfare called for More rigid economies As 1917�?"the crisis year approached. Restaurant meals were curtailed drinks following the example of the Palace which announced the giving up of wine and All other alcoholic beverages became so scarce that the country virtually was turn to Page 19, col. I Auto is cause of trouble. There were 83 convicted of driving while intoxicated 4 4 for reckless driving 107 for speeding arterial violation and other forms of Vio j lation of rules of the Road. Twenty five were sentenced for assault and Battery 19 for contempt of court j 25 for Petit larceny 20 for driving without License permit and six for i i driving without Driver s License. Four were sentenced for having received stolen property and 12 for vagrancy. There were numerous other smaller offences for which prisoners were sent to jail. I offences for w hich prisoners were held in the county jail for trial included two for murder. 15 fort breaking and entering five for burglary 36 for larceny eight grand i larceny six for forgery five for larceny of Domestic fowl two for robbery eight for assault w Ith in j tent to Rob while armed and a Long 4i list of others. Statistics gathered by Jailer coling from those received at the jail showed 297 men and five women were born outside the United states while 807 men and 65 women were native born. Ninety two prisoners were booked As hard labor inmates. During the year the total earned by such prisoners was $6,402.73 which was collected at the jail and turned Over to their dependents. 40,000 meals Iii jail. Approximately 40.000 meals were served in the jail to prisoners in the year. Russell Nelson Deputy sheriff Iii charge of tile fingerprint division of the sheriff s department during the last year sent 110 prints to the lice records in other cities. They served time in the Racine county jail from five Days upwards. Thirty one of the 4 2 were found to have been arrested hire or More times. Two men arrested by the sheriff to department had previously been arrested 16 times in other cities the prints revealed. Dive of 125 feet into River fails to kill youth 16 Youngstown. Ohio. Jan. 25.�?" ims a Mike Filo 16-year-old Youngstown youth pulled a Steve Brody Here and lived to Tell about it. Lie leaped 125 feet into the icy Waters of the Mahoning River under the Market Street Bridge. Not Only did Mike Hie to Tell about his experience but he came from the River without any broken Bones and apparently suffering from Little More than a pain in the neck and exposure. A of guess i w As crazy for a moment a he told police who questioned him after he wad hauled from the cold water a of just got the idea to jump and ?� Ile denied that he was in trouble and would not account further for his act. He also denied that he was prompted through Reading stories of the famous Steve

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