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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 02, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin
Adolph the Polar Bear pop reluctantly for i picture at Racines municipal zoo which already has attracted scores of visitors during the past week. Adolph had a tooth pulled last week by keeper Tony Pluhar and a St la mad about it a and la Brown Bear were snapped in their Case by the cameraman which should make news. Brown hears ordinarily do the snapping. The better half of the Elk family was quite curious to see whether any food was being offered hut kept her distance. The Elk Cage As Well As the Deer Buffalo Ami Zebra cages Are located in the Northern part of the 7.00. The old Bald Eagle seems to he mourning his Friend the Blue photos by journal time staff photographer Bagle which died this week. This species is the american National Bird just As France has the rooster. Monkey islanders Are shown in the Vicinity of their Model Home. Which is not to be raffled away. It seems to be quite a popular gathering place. Tim cinnamon bears which regardless of their name Are not particularly Good to eat Are a variety of the common american Black Bear. This Bear which seemed to anticipate gnawing on the Bones of a cameraman was not the least bit bashful. The Deer Are perhaps the most Graceful of All the 7.00 occupants. This group of females was holding a Good old fashioned Chiefest when the camera broke in upon them. What our readers have to say. Isi will be pm a for to Sny comment i ted of in i h ii column Ujj sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5-no. 7. Racine wis., sunday june 2, 1935. Circulation 19,500 cemetery vandalism causes real anger hear editor when i think of those monsters desecrating a sacred place like a cemetery and enjoying it it makes me so angry i could cry. In t there anything to be done about it of i Ever caught one of the culprits damaging my Little girls to grave not even a year old Jet i believe i d fairly tear them apart just As they do the Graves. Surely such people never had any parents to teach them the vileness of such a deed. In conclusion in Tell Tell those that May continue such awful things i m watching my daughter s grave and i can see quite a distance from it. To other parts of the cemetery. Thank you for the bulletin i am mrs. F. J. Z. Randolph St judge urges exactness in drawing will should be worded so meaning can no be misconstrued. What Well dressed Man wore in 1890 revealed in picture of old staff praises work done by motorcycle policemen dear editor i wish to comment on the Good work our motorcycle squad Are doing up along Douglas Avenue North of Melvin Avenue. It Lias been a regular Speed track for automobiles until Here recently simply ignoring the Speed limit by see m. See styles like panics run in cycles and checks so popular in mens1 apparel this season were equally i As popular Back in i so or pos Sibly earlier As shown by the accompanying picture of the staff of the Union National Bank located by Henry j. Steketee at the Southwest Corner of main exactness in making a will sex and fifth streets on the site of petites the procedure when the the present Zahn building. Several of the men show n in the mov National la instrument is presented for probate in county court. Certain forms of expression con eve certain meanings to the court and interpretations Are made with less difficulty when the testament is drawn by some person Well versed in preparing such documents according to experiences signs which Are put up along the Road and again it is dangerous for. Our children to Cross the Street. I judge j. Allan Simpson. Hope the motorcycle boys will keep up Liis Good work until All Are of rested who ignore Law and order. Thanks for the bulletin. Mrs. T. It. J. Douglas ave likes Courtesy shown by Forest Park keeper lunar editor Here s a bouquet for the keeper at Forest Park. He had an Opportunity the other Day to show Bio authority by gelling Quot Tough with a few Early picnickers. Like Tome of cur City cops sometimes it would seem evident from the wording that the maker picture were wearing Light checked suits several distorted fancy vests and five of the seven had the old Locady Quot of Way Back when Days. There were no creases in the trousers in those Days and Coats and vests were of material different from that of the trousers. Watiker a half Century. Henry j. Rogers connected of the will meant some definite with the banking business in bathing but rules of construction Cine for 53 years is shown Wear make it incumbent to follow the ing a Check ered coat and trousers act wording. This is one reason and his Vest is of Light material. Why a will should he drawn with a a Veteran of the banking extreme care in order that there business in Racine and a Singer May be no misinterpretation of connected with the choir in St. Bequests. Luke to Church since he was 17. He in some Case w Hore a will was served As choir master for 14 years drawn years previous to the death and he still sings in that choir. Would have gloried in doing but in. List had he very politely asked us not the testator or the Testa trix it r or 8 number of years he has been to Park out a on the grass where frequently cd curs that it is very connected with the american Bank a Trust company where he is to he Racine to popular zoo to de bigger and Beher this year improvements Are planned 365,000 visitors attracted in 1934 by actual count citizens asked to help by joining zoological society. By John d. Roberts to the work each week. The zoo the Racine zoo which was has been supported by donations launched As a a one ring pro and Sale of animals the Money auction by a few Public spirited being Vised for Purchase of other citizens March 27, 1924, has grown varieties. And expanded until today it is a fhe 200 really a City in itself Quot big top affair entertaining and like All cities has its ups and persons by actual count Downs tor example Board Mem. During 1934.this season efforts Are j hers Are sometimes called out in being made further to improve the the dead of the night to take care zoo which is regarded As one of of a Bear or Monkey which is a Tell the Best Small City animal King and needs immediate care. Men Doms in this Section. Serving on tile Board Are glad to the late Jacob Stoffel first pres this work for the Benefit of Dent of the Racine zoological so a the zoo and no time or expense piety which supports and manages being spared to improve the the zoo. Was known As its father place. Being ably assisted by Harry Knop be who for to years served As an official of the organization. Frank we Mynert succeeded or. Knopke the Board is planning construction of an administration building Hospital and Winter Home for the animals material to be obtained lift to right on the exterior Are shown Charles i Aik inter. Henry j. Rogers. Byron a Ione. M. C. Vlad Mol. John frit if. John la it a and e. C. Flea be. We had Mist a Ken Ivy to driven it and we w Ere jihad to oblige. Of a e had More no �??� Quot a a Ops and such the Public would More willingly. Thanks for the bulletin. M. B. Blake ave suggests visiting teacher for Racine cripples dear editor while Reading the article of m. A. Of William St i Eli of lust Issue Alay 12, i was glad to note that someone wanted a College for our Racine children. I have another suggestion that is to have a Vissing teacher for the rippled children w to Are unable to go to so Hook it seems to me that if Kenosha eau have a school for crippled children Racine should be Able to do the same. My dad is a taxpayer and i have not been Able to go to school one Day. I am 14 years old. And not once did a truant officer Corno to see Why j have not attended school. No one stands so straight As tie w to Stoops to help a crippled child. Many thanks for the bulletin. E. B. Main tit hard to find the two witnesses to the instrument of it develops that be found at his desk daily both Are dead or they cannot be also is honorary District treasurer located proof of their signatures of Kiv Vanis International. As w Ell As that of the maker of i the will Are regarded by the court As sufficient to prove the will. Must drove signatures. Quot testimony of one who will receive under the will. Cannot he heard to prove the said judge Simpson. Quot it frequently is very difficult to prove the signatures and for that reason it is advisable that at least one of the witnesses he a person who is easy of proof like a hanker or ?� it sometimes happens that attorneys it to have died were witnesses to wills and proof of their signatures is easy because of the fact that their signatures can he it found on numerous other Docu 1 ments on file in court hence the i authenticity of their signatures can readily he established. This is is 1 dear editor Peri by the Case when the pre it rest you have forgotten or in siding judge is acquainted with the Rase von dido t know. It me re for several years one of the upper floors of that building was used As quarters for the citizens Telephone company which later Call governor Earle Austria s Best Friend Vienna. Up a Austria is nil enthused Over word Here that governor George s. Earle of Pennsyl girl reserves plan Day in Park As gypsies on saturday june 15 constructed the building at the Vania. Is urging a plan to popular Northwest Corner of Wisconsin and Jyz a her wines with citizens of the fifth streets. Keystone mate. The governor can claim a new title Semi officially bestowed on of a Austria s Best those who have figured it out calculate that if the governor aug lauds boy scout Council of Racine signatures of such attorneys. Vagueness is another element mind you a Racine is one of the outstanding Royy oui councils Iii die fulled Stales having received live Tuple a rating die highest and j which should tie guarded against most coveted rating thai a a of mail jul making a will. Judge can receive. There Are almost a to i veered scouts in die Racine Council this fact came to Light when con e have the finest Bov scout drum and Bugle corps in the world not duration was Given to a will in just in the i n ted states hut in the court in Milwaukee. It was per undisputed ,. Factly drawn As far As signatures first Home of y. In. C. A. Another notable fact connected with the Batik building is that it was on the third floor that the him Bere first a Reading or y. . A. ?� was started by or. Anderson the first Secretary. To the South of the Bank building was the Book store of miss in putting his program Over. S. H. White now located on fifth Pennsylvania could easily drink All Street and the next store South of Austria s Export Supply. Was occupied As a grocery by some of the wines that Are pop Lewis amp Mohr the former an a1 car Here have achieved a in Oder Derman of the second Ward for ate demand in America a notably Many years. Gum Polosk ire liner. It is known in in the rear portion of the Bank the United states As Vienna for building was the business of an est wine and is now so labelled 4,1 her former member of the City Here since exporters found Ameri Council Dav id i a ton. He dealt cans unwilling to attempt pronoun Iii flour and feed. Elation of the real name. I Send Reg pointed out. An Sim Peon illustration of reverend Alexander Winston pastor of the Church of the Good Shepherd has been awarded a scholarship by the Meadville the w Hole w orld. This is an fact. I think that it should be the duty of the maker and witnesses were Sud privilege of the whole Racine,.a it thenry to give a vote of thanks concerned and it was allowed by to those who have made scouting the court. When it came to est hat it to in Racine. There a. Scores of men industrialists prof is. Tarnishing what the will meant it signal men. Labourers unemployed was so vaguely stated that the Pas cite officials and others who work together and give unstinting by of ape of the property was set aside clonal Hod of Chicago and their time and Effort to put scouting because of that fact. An Appeal spend the next year studying Ltd is these men. Working Nunno Quot As taken to supreme court. It deed and with no compensation upheld the decision of the Tower dial Tealla have the future of our it. City and nation at heart. Court. On account of the want the least the rest of tis can do of clearness in the will the proper is to realize what a great service a a ,. _. These men Are rendering to the City it in shed a estate was Dis mid future alteration and to offer tribute according to Law concur co operation when and if it is sociable of the property was in Racine county. Age for drawing will. Any male pct son desiring to make a will that is binding must be 21 Vears old Ami of sound mind. Tile Law provides that a married american woman who is 18. Can make a will crossroad Rev. Alexander Winston to go to Europe for year of study j needed. J. S. Route i wants True facts and constructive criticism Dar editor what with our Era of quintuplets National triangles., and foreign entanglements. The great Public is Aga n at the of nowhere and somewhere. Glib orators have shouted a a recovery is Here from the nouse tops. The dwellers within the House know better. They May make up and realize that we be been following the pie eyed Piper until he s led them to a Stone Viall. Now that we tre Here. Where Are we what Are we going to do in Europe. He will preach his last it Sermon in Racine june 9, and will leave Chicago immediately for a Short visit to the Home of his parents in Seattle. Wash. He expects to sail from new York aug. Is. Or. Winston came to the Church of the Good Shepherd in december. 19s3, and remained there As student pastor. At the same time he has carried on his studies at Meadville from which school he will be graduated this Mouth. At the University of Washin ton. Where he took Bachelor s i be instrument must be signed and master s degrees in literature i by the testator or Testa trix or by some person designated to sign for the maker. It must be attested and subscribed in the maker s scholarship presence by two or More compe he w a elected to Phi Beta Kappa and was twice candidate from his University for the Rhodes Quot follow the Trail to the open air alone with the Hills and the sky a pack on your Hack and never a Ca re petting the Day slip by it Gypsy Day set for saturday june 15. At Island Park promises the 500 girl reserves of rating one of the most colourful holidays on their Calendar. Gay Gypsy costumes Gypsy dances. Songs stunts by each of the 14 units and a variety of games Are being planned for the event which will last from 11 30 saturday morning to 3 30 in the afternoon. The girls will meet at their own school centers saturday morning and carrying their lunch packs will hike to the Island under the leadership of their own Gypsy Queens who ate being elected by a a it h unit. Each group is preparing its of n stunt. Stunt prizes an i a grand prize for the girl who looks most like a Gypsy Are inspiring units to use their ingenuity in making a colourful showing. Another feature will be burying a As president in 1935 and it is his through wreckage of the old City ambition to continue the work accomplished by his predecessors. Census of animals. A census of the animals in the zoo proves that there is a real reason for the popularity of the place in the summer months. At present the place boasts of five zebras four elks eight decaries Siz bosons one Kangaroo two Mountain Lions eight Young monkeys 22 adult monkeys 20 raccoons two Polar bears seven russian Brown bears three alligators one i Calico Squirrel five Grey squirrels 50 Guinea pigs four coyotes two ocelot a Java Monkey a cinnamon Bear five Black bears three red foxes one red Squirrel and i two ant bears. The zoo also has the following Birds two Jap chickens two fan Hall. It is estimated this build turn to Page 6, column 6. Public invited to big meeting opening gun in War on slump to be fired monday. Pile big mass meeting at memorial Hall tomorrow night at 8 Oclock will be one of the most important Ever held in the City and by its very nature will resemble Tail doves 4 White Kins pigeons. He ,.ited Mth rings of War four White Roans too peacocks. No Ellen Enthus Sibani and Emo. One Crow four geese two Blue geese two african geese one Wood Duck two Golden pheasants three Tion ran High. The purpose of the mass meeting is to fire the opening gun in Amhurst pheasants la ring neck the Nar on depression. De Doss pheasants four owls one to Walker National recovery Chi Lish Chicken four Canadian geese or who has been inspiring a six Snow geese. Two White Cut Jne audiences for the past two front geese five East India ducks weeks will he the principal speak one pin Tail Duck three Silver cd. Father j. J. Of Troy in will pre pheasants and five mourning doves. It Ide. � roup does work the boy scout drum and re details or zoo management Are Ole corps will Lead the citizenry in the hands of a group of men to the Hall and give an exhibition elected by tile Racine zoological Grill at 7 30. There will he band society which meets the first Mon concert by St. Catherine to High Day in each month. This group school hand at 7 45. Those plan consists of business and proves Ning to attend Are advised to come signal men who devote Many hours Early. Doris Tinter. A participant in in pay Day. These 500 girls form the Junior unit of the y. Vav. C. Whose activities Are built around Active girl interests that further the ideals of health knowledge and spirit As symbolised in their Emblem the Blue Triangle. Activities Center around the school during the Winter months but the y. Vav. It. A. Plans a Lively Rev. Alexander Winston. Ard tent witnesses and who likewise cml sign in the presence o each utter Southern France and to Matieu next Efy nature. What Good Are Iov fed f a As m 1he maker 8 presence late at the University of parts for Oclock. A de under Cottu Fields now ? what Good has the Mon a done invested in a Quot of that not Raj Caff the she it a it a the Little piss Are la Gli turn to Page 13, column a treasure for next Vear s Gypsy Day a Rirl in. Sha Road and Trautwein school since the girl reserves plan to make this event a yearly Trade Tion. Originates Gypsy Day. The idea of Gypsy Day originated with mrs. Frank Lovell president of Racine y. Vav. C. A., under w Hose sponsorship girl reserves carry on their activity. She is working with mrs. Thomas Frizelle chairman of the girl Reserve committee miss a Margaret Shouder. Girl Reserve Secretary and a committee of 14 senior High school girl reserves who will act As leaders of the 14 units. Gaines for the Day Are being planned by miss Marion Meigs y. Vav. C. A. Health education supervisor. And a committee chosen from the health education departs ment Irene Mccall. Martha Chris a Tianson. And Ellen Thornsen. Roll of y. W. C. A. The girl reserves Are the Junior i unit of the y. Vav. C. A., who girl Reserve units Are entered in Racine faces Fork in Road which Way shall we turn an editorial r to the be t. Acne w ill come to a forked Road monday night continued misunderstandings and economic uncertainty to the right common sense tolerance and a greater measure of happiness and Prosperity for everybody. At the Fork in the Road will stand de loss Walker a crusader hacked by a wealth of Good philosophy founded or. Winston plans to spend the summer and Early autumn in j study w ill be exclusively history. Next sunday afternoon at 5 a Farewell Vesper service Washington Park High school. A few months. During the mid and Tea will a held at the Church Franklin. Mckinley and washing makers a a his for the Parson Winter be will visit Greene Nam d a or do a Nix to Hajj and the will no a in a the re Orch and of or d urn to Page 14, col. I German University. His Field fare invited to attend. Procedure required after the program for the summer months. Of National renown. Including r Camp activities on wide experience. Though he Mav raise cheers from his Audi Gypsy Day will Mart off the sum ence a he Speaks front the Stag in memorial Hall he it an not Mer events. Make Bacin take one Road or the other. In his dynamic enter Taining manner he can Point the Vevay but the decision is up to us. Aud Quot us Means All citizens from All walks of life who Are interested in Staci new to present and future who want a fair measure of happiness for themselves and their children. This newspaper would not take part in this Prosperity drive for one minute if it had the slightest thought that this was a Campaign against any group. We have had too much of this fighting against that s the explanation of r. H. Groups and classes in Racine and the fault has rested with both Doorman. Vav Ooster Airport manag sides. What we need is More fighting for things. After All or for teaching his wife to Fly. Cynicism notwithstanding we have a common goal. Merchant and besides he explained. Quot a Man labourer Mechanic and manufacturer jobless Man and banker Steno usual in takes instructions from his Grapher and housewife we All want the same thing. In this drive wife. In welcoming the Opp Ortu which will Start with Walker s address at the Masr meeting monday nity to be the ?� night will lie the Opportunity to get it. Poor mss to a to Quot barnstorm one thing is certain the movement ran do no harm. The go and Winston Bull a Hon i Howell school Han about the count in a plane his that it accomplish a rate with the individual. And the Lea to any Ona Fiche graded school on the Keno wife accompany ing. A of us can do is to be present. _ a a gets even Willi wife Lay teaching her flying Wooster our a i d rather have her piloting ? plane than driving the family ?� and of the gone Shah re. Friends of ton Junior High schools Stephen
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