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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 02, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Two the Racine journal times sunday bulletin june 2, 1935 grass Root republicans picking political bedfellows with care Lyle c. Wilson of the Brethren to remain away. Grass those whose absence will be Welcome include All Eastern politicians All candidates from North their political bedfellows with in East and West All Republica care. Promoters of the nine can8 who Are not convinced that Washington roots republicans Are choosing state Republican rally which convenes at Springfield 111., one week from tomorrow have invited some / could Tak every Home would have a Safe Grunow the new Deal is a snare and a delusion. A a not a candidate in a Carload would describe the delegates As they unload in Springfield next week end. Fear of candidates almost stopped the show before it started. First plans were to meet in Kansas City. But republicans suspicious of a movement to Spring a presidential Boom for governor Alf m. Landon of Kansas mane Vered the rally i further from his state. One Hundred and Nineteen electoral votes will be at stake in next year s presidential election among the nine states represented at Springfield Illinois 29 Indiana 14 Iowa la Kansas 9 Minnesota la Missouri 15 Nebraska 7 Oklahoma la Wisconsin 12 they were cast in bloc for Roosevelt in 1932. Landon won Kansas to the Republican column last year. He won in 1932, also but the demo j cratic presidential Victory put Kan i Sas among the Republican boaters to the new Deal until Landon s reelection in 1934. The other eight remain in control of the enemy i mid westerners Are resentful of j charges by Borah of Idaho that Man took the Lead in prescribing those who have looked kindly on Roosevelt. The qualifications for delegates to Springfield Are that a Only such persons shall be selected As representatives As Are in Accord with the purposes and principles of this ?� the principles and purposes of the convention announcement include a free swinging attack on president Roosevelt the new Deal and the democratic party. A Oit is an unqualified Call to arms a owe Are now in the third year of his it says a and find every major Promise made by president Roosevelt broken and shamelessly repudiated it presents such political perfidy As to Shock the conscience and Rock the very foundation of de ?� Ess Republican National committee chairman Henry p. Fletcher is be ginning to receive suggested Campaign slogans. His reply a socking is better than births water. When you have Carrene in your refrigerator you know that you not Only have safety but Vou have efficiency of protect your family with Carrene a Safe simple refrigerant that is Han the grass roots rally is a puppet died just like show manipulated by Eastern re Crystal Clear publicans. Chairman Justus l. Johnson of the Illinois Republican state Central committee replied a owe do not propose to be saddled in this meeting by Eastern interests that dominated party affairs in the j speakers will be limited to nine operation to the Point where state Talent and one of the Best you la save Money on your May be Herbert k. Hyde whose Light Bills. All Grunow Are first Public office was presidency Beautiful have every i of the 1917 freshman class at the leniency it feature Are Rea University of Oklahoma. Still in Fco Nahle priced and sold on Early thirties a couple of years easy terms. A a Hyde stepped on the National stage As the United states attorney for the Western District of Oklahoma. He tried and convicted the Urschel kidnappers. Hyde is a member of the grass roots con-1 Ference committee. J now that politicians have had an Opportunity to think it Over they suspect any presidential Boom for Kansas governor Landon would be merely in the Way for build up toward the Senate. He May oppose senator Arthur capper whose term expires in 1937. Capper has supported several new Deal measures. Qiju Unur # super Safe refrigerator one major moving part no belts no oiling no stuffing boxes White Brothers Racine s oldest Independent refrigeration dealer open evenings or. And mrs. Herbert Hoppe 1734 Deane Boulevard a son May 22. Or. And mrs. Fred w. Wittke 2323 Green Street a son May 25. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Factor 1321 St. Patrick Street a son May 25. Or. And mrs. Donnelly Mitchell 1636 Center Street a son. May 25. Or. And mrs. Russell Paulsen 1912 Prospect Street a daughter May 25. Or. And mrs. William Falukos 927 Marquette Street a daughter May 26. Or. And mrs. Joseph e. Bennett 721 Villa Street a son May 21. Or. And mrs. Richard Mann of Madison formerly of Racine a daughter. May 26. Or. And mrs. Edward f. Pease of Chicago a son. May 27. Mrs. Pease was formerly miss Pearle Ray of Racine. Or. And mrs. Christ Oleson 1427 Thurston Avenue a daughter. May 27. Or. And mrs. Joseph d. Laurent 223 Lafayette Avenue a daughter. May 28. Or. And mrs. Ted Arndt. 813 Lafayette Avenue a son. May 28. Or. And mrs. John Cook 2106 Clarence Avenue a son. May 28. Or. And mrs. Gustav Rymenams 1613 Austin Avenue a son May 28. Or. And mrs. Reuben Knudson 1947 Kearney Avenue a son May 29. Or. And mrs. Leslie Harcus route 3, Box 120, Racine a son. May 29. I Hope you Are enjoying the delights of driving through the country Side these Beautiful Spring Days. Better still to get out of your car and see smell and hear the returning surge of life. Placid sheep with their cunning offspring grazing on Emerald hillsides Meadow larks Trilling from some distance Fence and the fragrance of Field flow ers in the air. Everywhere Trees shrouded in a divine Pale Green and Here and there Orchards veiled in a Pink Mist of Apple blossoms. Already Many of the Trees alas have passed the Zenith of their blossoming and Clouds of soft petals float slowly to the ground. Most of the colors at this time of the year Are soft pastel shades a Green yellow Lavender Pink. Spring comes playing on a Lute and leaves the Clarion notes to her More Lusty Sisters summer and autumn. Watching the new train the Hiawatha of the Milwaukee Railroad entering Milwaukee on her Maiden trip was an interesting event of last week. And what a sleek Well tailored monster its proved to be. Everything about it emphasized modern Many to passion for Speed and Comfort. The engine just seemed to melt into the rest of the train. Streamlined. The creature consumes Oil which of course lessens the smoke nuisance. Like the new cars there is a Good Deal less window space and the Quot windows Are never opened because the whole train is air conditioned the observation platform is entirely enclosed and has two rather Small windows. As i stood among the crowd of exclaiming and admiring people i was reminded of another occasion when a revolutionary Means of transportation took its first voyage amid the jeers and derision of the onlookers a Robert Fulton to Steamboat. Perhaps Man has come to accept the. New a Little More graciously than he used to. As the Graceful creature gilded quietly and swiftly out of the station it was easy to understand Why its risers christened it Hia while american motion pictures predominate in the larger Heaters in View of that it May be Sig i in China Low priced picture houses fi<�8 sixth St. If cant that John d. M. Hamilton it Are supplied almost entirely by i Kansas smart National committee i chinese producers. White la new styles in All materials for Cool Corn for to Hie summer Wear everything to White it s the biggest White season in years and Stilb s planned for it months ago by buying heavily of the choicest stocks of summer styles and now at the season s height you can satisfy every footwear desire for White at Stilby to. Watha. A Swift of foot was Hiawatha he could shoot an Arrow from him and run Forward with such flee Ness that the Arrow fell behind ?� the charming Madame Orlova told an illuminating tale which concerned race prejudices. While she was on a visit in new York a gushing woman said to her. A you know i Haven to any prejudices. I must be a a you must be a most excellent Bahai Quot answered Madame Orlova a because although race Equality is a Cardinal principle of Baha ism most of us have trouble living up i to ?� the lady asked Madame Orlova to attend the theater that evening As her guest to see Elizabeth Bergner in a escape me Madame Orlova said that she was going to that same play with a very charming gentleman and would see her friends there. That evening when the unprejudiced lady strolled through the j foyer and saw who a othe very charming gentleman Quot was. She carefully avoided speaking to Madame Orlova he was a cultured scholarly chinaman what a wonderful world this would become if just one generation of children could be brought to maturity entirely bereft of prejudices never to know the bitter animosities rising from into a France toward race religion or into rapture a even the malevolent George Jean Nathan in an English movie production of a a escape me a would that certain uninspired ladies would do the same. When Albert Einstein was presented a medal recently at a very solemn scientific gathering the group waited for the speech customary on such occasions. Or. Einstein arose. A of have received no inspiration to speak so i shall say or. Einstein sat Down. Aaa the recent convention in Istanbul Turkey of the International Alliance of women for suffrage of equal citizenship was a great Success. In the very same luxurious Palace called the yiddish Kish where 27 years ago the numerous wives of Abdul Hamid ii trod with skippered feet in virtual slavery the women of the East commiserated with the women of the West for the evil Days that had come to pass under the cruel re Gime of dictators. The women in convention demanded human rights and Justice for every member of their sex women the world Over Are not so fortunate As american women and a More intelligently organized world in which differences of race color and religion have been outgrown. And above All these women demanded that the carnage and waste of War must be obliterated. In Honor of the occasion the turkish government so Long known for is oppression of women issued a set of postage Stamps. On each stamp appears the portrait of a famous woman Carris Chapman Catt the founder of the Alliance and the 6 women winners of the Nobel prize Jane Addams Marie Curie Selma lagar Lof Sigrid Undset Grazia dead a and Baroness Bertha von Suttner of Austria the last two in Case you were like me and did no to know their fatherland Are from Italy and Austria. Vee a certain Little girl had a curly mop of hair that we tas exceedingly difficult to keep in order. Her straight haired and straight laced sister w As considerably annoyed at the child to untidy appearance. In a moment of vexation she said a oif for no other reason i should think you to comb your hair just for the a Owhy he never sees me a Quot was the naive reply. A although the following acrid tale a Odial Gogue in a vulture to nest Quot written in 1750 is a Little longer than usual i Hope you won to skip it for it to a Story you will not soon forget. It is by Samuel Johnson. A a Shepherd of Bohemia had by Long abode in the forests enabled himself to understand the voices of Birds. He sat on the Side of a Cliff and listened to a Mother vulture giving final instructions to her Young. A omy children a said the old vulture a of have often regaled you with the delightful taste of the flesh of a How do you kill him Quot asked one of the Little ones. The Mother answered a othe vultures w Ould Seldom feast upon his flesh had not nature that devoted Man to our uses infused into him a strange ferocity which i have never observed in any other being that feeds upon the Earth. Two herds of men will often meet and shake the Earth with noise and fill the Earth with fire. When you hear noise and see fire hasten to the place with your swiftest Wing for there men Are surely destroying one another. You will find the ground covered with carcasses of which Many Are dismembered and mangled for the convenience of the a but when men have killed their prey a asked a baby vulture a Owhy do they not eat it Quot a Oman Quot said the Mother a ois the Only beast who kills that which he does not devour and this Peculiar characteristic makes him so much the More a Benefactor to our a oif men kill our prey and Lay it in our Way a asked a Young one a what need shall w e have of Labouring for ourselves Quot a because Man will sometimes remain or a Long time quiet in his ?� a but still Quot said the Young one i would gladly know the reason of this Mutual Slaughter. I could never kill what i could not ?� my child this is a question which i cannot answer though i am reckoned the Wisest Bird on the Mountain. An old vulture who dwelt on the Carpathian rocks and who had feasted for years on the flesh of Man. Told me that his opinion waa that men had Only the appearance of animal life being really vegetables with the Power of locomotion that vultures might be fed. Other vultures think they have observed something of contrivance and policy among these mischievous beings and those that hover More closely round them declare that in every Herd there is one that gives directions to the rest and seems to be More eminently delighted with a wide carnage. What entitles him to such preeminence w e know not he is Seldom the biggest or the swiftest but he shows by his eagerness and Diligence that he is More than any of the others a Friend to the vultures. Quot so we vultures have come to the conclusion that As the boughs of an Oak tree Are dashed together by the storm so that Swine May fatten upon the fallen acorns so men Are by some unaccountable Power driven one against another till they lose their motion that vultures May be Trinity orchestra will give concert wednesday night the third annual Spring concert by the Trinity English lutheran Church orchestra will be presented at the Church auditorium at 8 p. In. Wednesday june 5, under the direction of Carl a. Gilman. The program includes a Trio for flute cello and piano an intermezzo and a March All from the pen of or. Gilman. These numbers never have been played in Public. The March is dedicated to the a. L. A. The program also will include an hungarian dance by Brahms a characteristic patrol entitled Only one of its kind that continues its activities during the entire year broadcasting a program on the third thursday of each month Over Wren. It has 28 members. The orchestra will play at the annual banquet of the a. L. A. Tuesday evening at the St. John Hall on Erie Street. There will be no admission charge for the concert. Oldest triplets celebrate Carlinville. ?"<u.r>�?"the Moore Brothers believed to be the oldest triplets in the nation celebrated their Soth birthday together recently. They Are Abraham Lincoln Moore Carlinville George Washington Moore Bloomington Heinzelman Chens want Parade and Henry Clay Moore Gueda by Kurt Noack Rustige Bruder Waltz by Robert Sellstedt and several other numbers. This organization is probably the new Low prices Why suffer from headache a caused by eyestrain when a few dollars spent Here will give you Comfort ame. Easy vision. Plus highest Springs Kan. Duality in modern Eye Wear. A1 _ visit our optical department. Beautiful Gold filled frames. ©1 Only. Lenses not included hours 8 30 a. M. Of f. P. M. Open Mon. Wed. And sat. Evenings to 9 p. M. Jackson i8s9 consultation no charge if glasses Are not needed h. H. Kruse optometrist Pokorny optical dept. Krug funeral Home 1406 Lincoln St. Phone Jackson 638 the Racine journal times monday afternoon May 13, 1935. A ting �?�.�?�solders�?t Dock. It at in of main own Orth Tov ind 18 Day tar Dies. Coat i Carls is a Peel Al ainess Rill be Inez Cine foals four injured in Auto crash truck crowds car off Highway 2 other county accidents. Several persons were injured in an Auto Accident at 11 30 last night on county trunk k East of North Cape but none of a very serious nature. Gens Luxem route i Union Grove suffered cuts on the hands and leg Julia Luxem his wife sustained a wrenched Back mrs. Edison Mathias. Route i Union Grove cuts on the face. Edison Mathias one of the Drivers was badly dazed and wandered away from the scene of the Accident. Deputy sheriffs searched the neighbourhood but were unable to locate him. It was thought he was cared for at a farm Home. Mathias Wras driving West on county trunk k. A truck in w hich the Luxem to were Riding Crown ted the Auto off the Highway according to a report made to the sheriffs department. The car struck a tree and landed in a ditch. 2 other crashes injured persons w Ere taken office of or. F. A. Malone Quot re for treatment. A to a Rasik 1466 journal times Dollar Accident policy pays de. Mathias $ 30 of the adjoining news Story is typical of those appearing nearly every week in the journal times. Accidents do happen and you might be the next victim protect yourself against loss of time. Injury or death. Send your Dollar for a journal times $10,duo Accident policy today. Note that the Accident claim filed by or. Mathias see letter below was paid promptly. Read letter below Regent styles take honors for popularity High ties in kid fashioned after the Regent designs make Cool stylish footwear for informal occasions. Continental and French heels Are seen in the new perforated models at Stilby to. Models with open Shanks and Sandal effects or with Large slashing through the vamps and quarters Are also numerous. See them now you Tell be delighted 3.50 a a 9.50 All fashion innovations stub to 1122 Villa Street nationality nurtured in childhood. Most people carry imaginary but none the less heavy sacks on their backs which contain an ugly and accumulated assortment of prejudices gathered through the years. The strange thing is that although these burdens Are a dreadful nuisance and get continually in the Way their wearers ease them lovingly on their backs and would no to dream of casting them aside. When will a generation come that will be spared this intolerable Burden it to entirely up to you parents. Is t would like to take this occasion to express regret that mias Lutie Stearns wrote her last column a week ago in the Milwaukee journal. There was a woman who fought ignorance and prejudice wherever she saw it. A courageous and fearless journalist. A Friend has one of those de j rightful old fashioned pitchers j mss., tue. Wed. With the alphabet printed in Sec a a is so tons and outlined in Gold on it. One Day her maid a simple soul., wanted to know who Hick Len was. It on the Wall of Charles Cochran the distinguished English theatrical producer hang 3 autographed portrait photographs a Sarah Bernhardt in All her regal splendor. Duse with her unexplainable fascination and a Mousy creature with a face utterly devoid of make up and with painfully straight hair Elizabeth Bergner. Or. Cochran ends a Eulogy of the three women with the a bold words a and the greatest of these i is Elizabeth miss Bergner played in a Catherine of we May have the Opportunity to see her who has artistic Coqui Goole permanent wave Complete 230 shampoo a Cao Elater were Jav Telephone Jackson los Mart e. Glue Verna Breidinger artistic Beauty shop Narth Plover read bldg. Beffel undertaking co. Clip Coupon and mail today see Are this Protection for Jennet. Attach a Dollar in or Dehoek to compos and mall to Carem Latroa de to. Bae tao Jour Sal Telmet. Issued exclusively to readers of the Racine journal times $10,000 i i Accident policy i i i Horah apply Tath North american Accident insurance com aaa. Sos Loath la saut St. Chicago. Us for Tho 10.000 roader Berri travel Accident Peur. I poll Aam age occupation policy pays $10,000.00 for lot of life by the wreckage St a railway passenger car. $2,500.00 for loss of life by the wrecking of a passenger steamship or Steamboat or Street car. Elevated. Interurban or underground railway car. $1,000.00 for loss of life by the wrecking of a private automobile or horse drawn vehicle of the pleasure Type. A Public omnibus taxicab or automobile stage when struck or knocked Down on Highway or Street by an automobile or other moving vehicle a fire in Public buildings wrecking of in passenger elevator collapse of building Walls drowning at a Public bathing Beach a lightning Cyclone Tornado. $500.00 to $10,000.00 for loss of hands feet or eyes a cps a fled in the policy. $10.00 to $20.00 weekly indemnity for 15 weeks for tot disability As provided in policy. $7.50 additional for t weeks when confined to Hospital. Age limits to to 89 years indemnities reduced one half Ages to to 14 and of to 69 years inclusive. Policy issued by North american Accident ins. Gss Chicago Illinois address Street tows state Wilu am a Usu full Fisl i tier of sent every single dramatic critic 610 sixth St. Phone Jackson 112 la i name. A person you wish to recede insurance of killed relationship. Signature of applicant tem in total Cost per year

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