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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 5, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin I what our readers have to say. Sunday journal times bulletin will by Paia for any comment Lief this column. U vol. 6�?no. 12. Racine wis., sunday july 5, 1936. Circulation Over 21,000 offers suggestion for baseball club dear editor i Don t believe that i need to go into any particular detail concerning the wonderful results from this column by its readers suggestions. Because of this i want to suggest something i believe very important to boosters of the Racine Ball club. That is to have the baseball suits numbered. During the game wednesday night at Horlick athletic Field i Many spectators around me remarked a i wish they had numbers like our Ball club or a a who a that at Bat i lost the place on my score card a Etc. If this is printed i Hope others will Forward their opinion on this matter. We have a swell Ball team Park and lighting system. Let s know our players. A Booster ii. A., Kearney ave a which Are you a dear editor said Benny a when i grow a Man ill milk the cows and split the Wood 1 11 take my Mamma out to ride and do a million things i should and the minutes one by one. Found Benny dreaming in the Sun. Said Teddy a shall i get some chips and Shan t i bring the eggs in too ill draw the baby in her cart and then she won t be teasing world eyes olympics foolproof Low Cost plane is near tests hint a in Ltd hindu is dyin6 from insomnia As cures fail $3,000 Reward offered for Relief without Success. Bald headed menus club to stage tourney unique in history of sport Dom Bombay july 4.�? ins a pros trate in his richly furnished Home Raih adur ram Jidas Majoria Calcutta Sarwari and millionaire is slowly dying. The sixty five year old Rich Man is sinking into the grave from sleeplessness. He has been awake for two an event unique not Only for Racine but in the world annals of sport will be held at Midway Park North of this City saturday july 23, when members of the Bald headed menus club of the world inc., gather for their International picnic and Bald headed olympic games. The general Public is invited but participation in the olympic games will be restricted to Bona fide Bald headed men and trophies symbolic of the worlds first Bald headed championships will be presented to the winners. Events on the afternoon pro Gram include races jumps shot years and nothing Lias been Able put Hammer thr0wi and baseball games Between Bald headed teams from Racine Kenosha and Mii to cure him of the remorseless insomnia with which he is inflicted. The Sarwari offered $5,000 re and thus the minutes one by one. Ward for a cure of his sleepless j slipped by a while Teddy s Ness. Suggestions have poured in work was done. N. S., Hamilton ave another complaint against dogs dear editor i wish to add my bit to the Many who have complained about dogs running Loose. Perhaps if we keep on complaining something May be done about it. From All parts of the world. He s without Hope. He would offer a Large Reward i a increase the prize by a lakh of rupees a but he is hopeless of finding a cure. An amazing response has been made to his Appeal. Many have offered to come to India and minister to this afflicted Man. Few of those making this offer a few weeks ago my son who have demanded Money. Apparent is i was walking in the wan their first idea was the Kyndl by of Herrick Avenue and Nin Thise a u a mans suffer Street and a dog came running so m offers have been along grabbed a piece of his leg. ,7m.b made that insomnia would appear and a Large part of his trousers.,. To be one of Mankind s commonest and then went along its was. If ,. 1 diseases. Playgrounds plan outings study of nature will take up time of children. That dog should meet a Small child the child could easily be killed. If folks want dogs in the City they should be compelled to keep them tied up. Thanks for the bulletin where we can air our peeves. If the complaints done to do any Good at least it makes us feel better to be Able to Tell about it. M. A. F., w. 6th St Racine playgrounds will devote their efforts this week to a study of nature. Picnics Beach parties and hikes to the zoo Are scheduled. T contests on the nature trips will us acknowledge children who can housewives actors Farmers la readily name the Birds it Anima a and Flowers they find. Nearby Woods will be the scene of Many playground treasure Hunts this week. Borers foresters a Texas Cowboy have written. Refused Experiment. But the Marmara belongs to one Waukee. In addition there will be games for children. In the evening an entertainment and dance will be presented in the1 Midway Pavilion. Many visitors expected. Racine chapter no. I which is sponsoring the event has broadcast invitations to All affiliated chapters of the National Bald or i a animation and to All other Bald i headed men and their families. Replies have been received from several surrounding states and Many visitors Are expected. Large delegations Are reported coming from Chicago Milwaukee Kenosha and Waukegan. Committees under the general chairmanship of Henry Gloede have been working on the event for several weeks. The following Are in charge of various activities entertainment and dance e. B. Yanny tickets and finance Jack Carls refreshments Henry Reis Trup concessions Harry Johnson games Joseph Clancy transportation Grant Nelson. Proceeds to Charity. All proceeds of the picnic will be devoted to Charity chairman Gloede pointed out. The Money will be placed in a fund for distribution at Christmas time. Parades will be staged by the bold headed men on one or two evenings preceding the saturday event. New Deal Aims Campaign blow at High court will stress distinction Between Constitution and tribunal. Old prisons Echo screams of tortured wretches in age of sadistic cruelty by Hubert Johnson with a fire Over which the tor cheap skates stir Ball fans contempt dear editor Racine has ushered in its biggest sport a night baseball a with an expensive lighting system that should be paid for by the sport James court has offered a Pillow fans but go out to the game and filled with dried Flowers and see the Loyal fans with just As herbs used in England for Insom Many standing and sitting on tops a. English herbalists made the of cars cranes and even on top of collection. She is sure it would of the most orthodox hindu sects plan treasure Hunt to whom religious observances Are the Albert state playground a its treasure Hunt wed for this reason he has refused mesday morning. Boys and girls Many experiments. For example a jul meet at the clubhouse where an Indian hypnotist guaranteed to they will be Given suggestions As cure him within forty eight hours t to where the first clue might be but the sleepless Man refused not found. Believing in spiritualistic Powers. Douglas Park will hike to the zoo from London have come Man monday where the children will recipes to induce sleep. J vie with each other in an attempt lady Margaret Swann of St. To identify the most Birds and animals. On the same Day 12th bring Relief. Many suggestions. Among other suggestions Are wrap ones body in a wet Sheet put Sweet Oil on the eyelids and the Standard foundry As there Are in the paid for seats. They should be ashamed of themselves. They Are informed far enough ahead of time so they can save to see the game honestly. Why not just i base of the neck deny your selfish selves a couple j Massage the top of the spine of Gallons of Gas. Then you Are i get a Brick for a Pillow not cheating by standing on the take an hours flight in an air outside looking in. If everyone plane did that what would Racine s j sleep near a Wood fire baseball come to i listen to wireless music it is just As bad As going out to drink Beer. See one of the Amateur games. A former military Man advised to Hen the hat is passed the tight a sleeping draught and a Knock wads Start for Home. What is of Biow on the Chin. He said the going to become of our sports in double effect would be certain to Racine if they Are attended by succeed just those kind of people at the another Man asked the mar Small Diamond there Are no Fenc Wari to join a treasure Hunt it Street children will have a Beach party at North Beach. Wednesday afternoon at 4 Oclock they will meet at their clubhouse for a treasure Hunt in tie nearby Woods. Lewis Field children will trek to North Beach for a Beach party on monday. Wednesday will witness two treasure Hunts. The first will be held at 3 30 in the afternoon for the Little children. In the evening the older children will engage in a much More difficult and puzzling Hunt. The zoo will be visited by Marquette on monday. Bird and animal books will help to identify the stranger specimens discovered. The treasure Hunt will be held wednesday morning. Pet shows a feature. Knapp children will strike off for Jerome Park monday. Amidst turn to Page la col. 2. Australians increase Wool growing profits Sydney Australia. A <0� a american advertising methods Are to be used this year to push the world wide Sale of the australian Wool crop. A first attempt last year at advertising produced such astonishing results that All of the Wool growers this year consented to a voluntary Levy of 25 cents on each Bale of Wool for advertising purposes. The experimental 1935 advertising Campaign resulted in a 72 per cent increase in sales. The Campaign was carried on along the lines of creating new fashions and consequently new demands in Woolen Wear. The 1935-1936 australian Wool crop thus far brought $222,515,980 with Only 6 per cent still unsold. Growers Are convinced that advertising can be made to pay for the reason that an increase of Only 2 cents a Pound in the Market value of their Wool would bring them another $18,750,000. Japanese in Dairen become More healthy Dairen up a japanese school children living in this Section of the Asiatic Mainland Are less subject to tuberculosis than Are those in Japan proper according to extensive tuberculin tests which have just been completed. By Rodney Dutcher journal times Washington correspondent. Washington july 4. A few other developments if any stand out in retrospect after the democratic convention As conspicuously As the decision of a major party to stress in its Campaign the distinction Between the Constitution and the u. Supreme court. It is the present intention of Roosevelt and his new dealers to Hammer away on this line through the Campaign. The argument will run like this the Constitution is a great and immortal document and should not be tampered with unless conditions obviously require and Public opinion overwhelmingly demands. But the supreme court is made up of nine human beings prone to human weaknesses and prejudices including certain reactionary gentlemen who Are neither abreast of the times nor free of the background of special privilege and corporate exploitation from which they Rose to the Bench through appointment by Republican presidents larger Bench in Prospect. The implication which will be stressed More or less specifically is that Roosevelt Hopes for vacancies on the court which will allow him to appoint judges of liberalism As Well As High standing. Privately the president has Given serious consideration to the proposal that he ask Congress for the Power to appoint additional justices to the court so that a Liberal majority might outweigh what is now the conservative majority consisting of justices Sutherland Van Devanter Mcreynolds Butler Roberts and sometimes chief Justice Hughes. Opinions of the Liberal minority of Brandeis Stone and Cardozo and sometimes Hughes will be accepted somewhat As party Dogma insofar As these men have held certain new Deal measures to be constitutionally valid and have accused the courts conservatives of deciding issues on a basis of economic prejudices rather than on Points of Law. Decide to take plunge. Prior to the convention Roosevelt and his strategists Hadnot quite dared make such an argument. They told themselves the Public mind was so unaware of the facts and so worshipful of the court that a you make people understand that since the Constitution was one thing to one Justice and another thing to another Justice the court could hardly be considered infallible. The first official departure from this attitude came in senator Al i turn to Page la col. 5. Many a i humanism is illustrated graphically Ever so often when workers unearth ancient torture dungeons whose existence is unsuspected by the inhabitants of the cities in which they Are found. In the province of Castile in old Spain workers in knocking Down an old Wall struck a Hole which seemed to be an ancient filled up window. Lower to the Bottom of the cavity men found an old time Dungeon measuring 18 by 21 feet. Many skeletons and mummified bodies were found of persons buried alive during the Middle Ages. In the torture dungeons under the Castle of Nuremberg Are the stocks known As the a a fiddle because of the wailing of the captive when his fingers were screwed or when a Collar of spikes was bolted on his neck. The a of ass was a Cradle a a cushioned with steel spikes on which the captive was rocked. The a spiked Hare was a wooden roller covered with spikes used to smash the legs. Often the tortured was bound to a wooden bed and a heavy Iron wheel was whirled Over him breaking every Bone in his body. The a torture chair was studded with wooden spikes so that the captive could not assume any position without unbearable pain. A a Virgin embraced victims. The a Spanish Donkey was a Plank of Wood sat upright with the top planed to a Point. The captive was mounted on the Plank with weights on his legs until the Points Cut through his body Nuremberg a frogs Tower was in a secret place in the town Wall approached by hidden passages Cut through solid Rock. There the a Iron Virgin would embrace her victim cutting him to pieces with revolving knives after piercing his body eyes and brain with steel spikes. Then she would drop the Corpse into an underground pit so that the dead would Tell no tales. One secret Pasage in Nuremberg led to the hidden prison of the sinister veh Gericht a secret society of ancient Germany whose judges wore masks so that the judge could not see the prisoner nor the hooded captive his judge. Water dropped on head. The ancient Castle of Yalitza in the Black mountains of Armenia holds Many torture machines used when it was the fortress of an Oriental Bandit. Today it is a monastery containing hundreds of tomes on torture. The monks keep locked the dungeons in which May be seen rings with human Bones still dangling from them. With a blazing open Furnace casting weird Light and sinister shadows across the mildewed Walls the executioners would Force the captives into Large Iron chests studded inside with Long spikes. There was a chair of Iron tured wretch was made to sit. At the Hague Netherlands is the Revange poort a fiendish torture chamber. One cell has a Stone hollowed out by drops of water which dripped at timed intervals on the captives head ending in madness and death. There is a wealth of Racks branding Irons and thumbscrews. A Block exhibits the countless Marks made by the executioners a lopping off Heads. Guests lured to doom. The notorious Council of ten of Venice forbade fishermen to cast their nets at one spot on the grand canal on pain of death. There the turn to Page 3, column 4 music festival set for aug. 5 elimination contests to be held week of july 27. Racine a fifth annual journal times outdoor music festival will he held wednesday evening aug. At Horlick Field according to announcement made Friday. Preliminary elimination contests for mixed male of women a choruses and for soloists in the contralto Soprano Bass baritone and Tenor classifications will be held the week of july 27, and the winners will be sent to Chicago to represent Racine at the Chicago land music festival on saturday aug. 15. Numbers announced. The general committee in charge of Racine a music festival and the elimination contests will be recruited from local musicians and music patrons within the next week and plans for the festival Are expected to move Forward rapidly. For those interested in participation in the elimination contests the required numbers for the choruses Are As follows mixed chorus a to Blest Are they by Tschaikowsky Gamble hinged women a chorus a follow me Down to Carlow by Fletcher Curwen menus chorus a song of the Jolly Roger by Chudleigh Candish Curwen. The numbers from which the soloists May choose their selections will be published later As additional details of festival plans Are revealed. Information regarding music festival plans May be obtained by calling miss Dorothy Lawton at the journal times. Is to keep you out and the games Are All free so Why not just be a Little More kind hearted and help out the greatest sport of the time baseball Hope to see this printed and have a few More opinions of baseball fans to try a heat lettuce a advice. One couple living near the Rocky mountains invited the hindu to come and share their quiet i Home free of charge. One old lady in America cabled advising him to a heat and help stamp out the people ,. I who expect to see and get every blah a Reading chopping Wood and thing for nothing in this world counting sheep Are common a iter thanks for a paper where a per natives As Are hot Mil a and on no need for bathing costume censors in Good old Days when this picture was taken at North Racine son can express his opinion. G. H. I., main St ions. But the sick Man has lost interest in a life which is slipping rapidly away. Sees necessity Dew in i geologists use mirrors have you Ever heard anyone to inspect tunnels say they thought a College Educa Bend Ore. A ims a several Tion was a poor investment be-1 Amateur geologists Here used Mir cause a graduate cannot get a a rows instead of picks when they _ an anyone with Only j explored the a ghost Forest in the if you j Pau Ina mountains. The mirrors v \ High school education have i Hope you done to agree with them. I have heard so Many people make remarks similar to this one that it has begun to get under my skin. I have not gone to College myself and i done to believe i Ever will now but i certainly think anyone who has a Chance to go to College is very Lucky and should not hesitate to go. During one of the longest depressions the world has Ever known these Cranks cannot expect anyone to hold a position such As they probably deserve but when times Are Normal again the College graduates will show us what Good a diploma is. I Hope that during were used to reflect sunlight into deep holes and Long tunnels which were formed Ages ago when boiling lava surrounded standing Trees. The lava later cooled leaving an impression similar to that of a Forest. Piece of Iron slays in Many a Eye 14 years Saltcoats Scotland. Act a a piece of Iron which lodged behind a Many a Eye 14 years ago was removed by an operation Here. The Metal broke from the patients Hammer in 1922 but no symptoms developed until recent the next i by when a Black spot appeared in turn to Page 4, column 4 Der the inner Corner of the Eye. By see m. See the Breakers were coming in from the Northeast on what is now North Beach when this picture was taken. The bathing suits were made of Black sateen the trimming being of some Light White material. Still earlier in Racine a bathing Beach history the suits were made of heavier material most of them of Blue flannel. There were few swimmers among the women bathers in those Days. It usually was the practice of women to Wade out until the water reached their waists paddling around and splashing amid great hilarity. A Freedom of the seas a was heard then As now but connected with bathing there was not even a Freedom of the in fact there was no Freedom at All. The water soaked suits were so heavy they weighted the swimmers Down so that it was next to impossible to take More than a few strokes. The nether extreme ties were pinioned by the heavy skirt and it was impossible to do any kicking. At the right May be seen a portion of tile old wooden pier which extended out into the Lake from the Shoreline and the old Lighthouse near the outer end. There was no need for bathing costume censors when this picture was taken at North Beach. This mint have been ladies Day As no men were in the water German student bodies dwindle under nazism Berlin. A up a seekers of higher education in Germany have declined 38 per cent since the nazis came to Power. Student bodies in universities Are dwindling steadily some As High As 50 per cent in several provincial schools. For the 1933 summer semester 14,000 new students matriculated whereas for the Winter semester of 1934-35 Only 7,934 registered and but 7,000 for the 1935 summer term. There were 116,000 students in All higher institutions of learning in the summer of 1933. The following Winter the total was 89,-000 and in the 1935 summer semester 77,000. Universities at Kiel Erlanger marburg and Leipzig were the biggest losers. War refugee havens proposed for Europe Paris. A up a wartime reservations for the aged the infirm and mothers with children Are proposed by Georges Saint Paul surgeon general of the French army. Under the plan european countries would set aside such reservations in sections not Likely to be in the fighting zone in event of War and equip them for caring for Large colonies of refugees. Tre refugees would be placed under the control of a commission of neutrals agreed upon by Belli Gerant nations and would be free from attack. The zones also would be available for military hospitals. Designers Hope air will take place of Road engineers investigate Many types of ships. Washington july 4.�?men and women who drive automobiles today soon May be piloting Safe foolproof and Low Cost air planes with the same ease and Assurance if tests being conducted by engineers of the United states Bureau of air Commerce a development Section prove As successful As they Promise to be. Here under the keen eyes of the governments engineers and pilots Are tailless air planes and rudderless planes planes with detachable wings and planes with automobile engines ships with three wheel Landing gear that can be converted for Highway operation and even Auto Giros with wings which can be folded Back for the same use. All Are designed for private ownership and every one is being tested particularly for safety ease of control and foolproof operation. The aim is to make available to the average person the latest Means of transportation that should take much of the Lon distance traffic off congested highways and place it in the air at fairly Low Cost say not More than $1,000 for the plane and i cent or less a mile for Gas and Oil Good Progress made. Several aeronautical engineers and manufacturers already have advanced far toward this goal. For some years a Small plane that is practically a powered glider has been flying out of Cincinnati to nearly All parts of the United states and Canada. It is the Aeron a a two place monoplane weighing Only 569 pounds empty and capable of carrying a useful Load almost equal to its own weight. A 40-horsepower, two Cylinder engine furnishes its motive Power and with that Plant pilots have been flying the ship As fast As 93 Miles an hour and using an average of three Gallons of fuel an hour. Bob Bryant of Rock Hill s. C., recently flew an Aeron a 670 Miles to Miami fla., in nine hours and 41 minutes at a Cost of $6 for fuel and Oil. Several types tested. There slow Cost operation. But for foolproof safety in addition several other ships Are being investigated by government engines. One is the tailless a narrow plane a designed by Waldo d. Waterman of Santa Monica Calif. Another is a rudderless plane being developed at Hagerstown md., for the Fairchild aircraft corp. A third is a twin tailed rear engined machine produced by Dean b. Hammond of Ypsilanti Mich. And finally the Odd a Auto Giro appears with wings that can be folded Back and automotive arrangement that permits the ship to be operated along highways As Well As in the air. Most of these types Are powered by special aeronautic engines. But some aircraft designers Are working on plans for planes with Ordinary automotive engines in their noses and the Bureau of air Commerce is encouraging them in this development. Use Auto engines. In fact the bureaus engineers Are working on four different projects along this line. One ship uses a popular v-8 automobile engine. Another has a six Cylinder Auto engine. A third is being used As a Model for investigation of a Belt drive in connection with another six Cylinder automotive engine. And the fourth project Here in Washington covers development of a motor designed for use in either an automobile or an air plane. The Waterman plane for example has a three wheel Landing gear two in the rear and one in front that assures it stability and Quick breakage on Landing. Similar Landing gear is a feature of the Hammond and other ships. Waterman also has arranged the wings of his machine so that they can be removed and replaced within three minttes and a drive turn to Puj Ifft Cei. 4 f

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