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14 Jun 1936

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14 Jun 1936

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 14, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin To what our readers have to say. Isi will be Paia for l any Cemment cled i la this Coin ran j sunday journal times bulletin vol. 6 no. 9. Racine wis., sunday june 14, 1936. Circulation Over 21,000 How find jobs when wives work dear editor i agree with s. P., Hubbard Street and c. V. L., Bate Street about what they say about married women working. I myself know some that do not need to work but just work so that they can have Nice clothes. There Are 370 students graduating from High school and who Are looking for work. How will they Ever find jobs when married women hog them up. It to about time something is done about it i think the employers should investigate As to whom they Are employing. Give the graduates a break. I. L., Hayes ave drum corps out we try r p. A a it a i to win rights tor first raze Racine outfit drilling again to win its honors Back. Words in favor of of a system dear editor would like to see in print a few words in favor of our present spa system of giving work to those on Relief. In the never seen anything in your column regarding it and i do believe it deserves a word of Praise. I am employed on a project and find it much better working for our Relief and having our own Money to spend. It makes one feel More Independent and makes life less monotonous. I am glad to see the old City Hall destroyed by spa employees As it was such a dilapidated looking building to be on a main Street. The Racine american legion drum and Bugle corps is making plans to enter the drum corps Competition which will be a feature of the 18th annual convention to be held this year in Cleveland. The corps under leadership of j president Herbert Felgenhauer has been holding weekly practice sessions in memorial Hall All during the Wanter and Spring and started its outdoors drilling last week. Prospects of getting into the finals Are Fine according to Drill j master Fred Maxted. To Send big delegation. Racine plans to Send a Large delegation to the convention in Cleveland. Dates Are from sept. 20 to 25. General Headquarters will be maintained in a Large Structure used for Many years As a Bank and ideally adapted for convention and meeting purposes. Located in the Center of downtown Cleveland the building is close to All hotels Public buildings i certainly Hope there will be ample funds to keep spa up until Anco the municipal stadium where late fall. Thanks for your column Manv of the convention events and More Power to the bulletin. J. S., Michigan blvd be constructive advice of Reader such As parades spectacles and drum and Bugle contests will be held. It is expected that 200,000 members of the legion and affiliated organizations will be in Cleveland for the convention. This will be the of citizenship Danes largest group up for final exam Here tuesday. Truth robs pirates of a false Glamor dear editor the value of any letter or article # sent in for the bulletin to columns first legion convention held the or any other publication for that since 1920 and with the great matter depends on its powder to make people think constructively. The More constructive the greater the value. Too Many altogether too Many people can not or do not think for themselves. They Are Content to let some one else do it for them. Often a Case of Blind leading the Blind. I agree with c. Of Frank Avenue that the bulletin column should have More letters that Are really constructive. I do not believe plans now under Way. Though that he should go so far As to put the blame on the bulletin w or it i f Fie Ait c for Lack of such letters. If we Astl Ali Cuil of Gulf a j in Kansas Grade lakes exposition and other major activities entered there this year it is anticipated that a record attendance Wall be established. A new feature. A new feature of the convention this year will be a spectacle called a America a which will be produced in the stadium with an enormous cast and special settings and costuming. Every Section of the country will have an Active role in the production according to miss Dolores Johnson. Winner in 1935. Attractive blonde Dolores Johnson was last year crowned Racine s 1935 bathing Queen at an impressive Coronation ceremony held before several thousand persons. The search for the Young woman who Wall win the title of this City to bathing Beauty Queen for 1936 is now to under Way and registrations Are already beginning to be filed at the association of Commerce. Beauty Queen to be chosen readers do not Send them in How can the bulletin print them we May not be authors but we can read and think and when we read and think and write let us j do it constructively. Try to ele i vate not tear Down As e. H. Of Grove Avenue did in his letter to i c. However i agree with e. H. That the bulletin is a Good place to air opinions or so called peeves but let us try and express our feel j Ings in a Way that will stimulate j right thinking in the right direction. Let s get behind the editor and make our column a bigger and better column make it a real Benefit to the Community As Well As the individual. J. M., Taylor ave their professors collies planned As feature of july 4 Celebration Here. Lawrence kans. A or a the worm turned at the University of Kansas when students graded their instructors. In a poll conducted by the University daily Kansan student newspaper professors took a dose of their own Medicine As they were rated on the merits or faults of lectures quizzes personality punctuality and appearance. The Kansan did not urge students to use undue forbearance in the marking of ballots. A oif a professor to lectures have a foul odor a the paper said a othe fact should be recorded if they Are interesting that should be acknowledged. If he has an iniquitous habit of working extraneous material into his quizzes a a of is Only just if his jests Are new and refreshingly interesting he should stand to receive a Good Mark. A what about his appearance let s clean beaches letter urges dear editor now that the summer season is almost Here the problem of cleaning up Racine to beaches is sure to be the subject of much controversy. J is he a Paragon of sartorial ele enthusiastic bathers have Long con Gance or do his pants need press tended that Racine to main Beach ing his tie rearranging a � would be one of the most attract j instructors with the Best Tive if it was kept clean and also j a of Grade average will be listed on improved upon in certain places j a faculty Honor Roll. Since the City has recently been j engaged in a clean up Campaign in of All the old hazardous buildings j co eds beat a Flemen in the downtown Section in to sure it would be a most worthwhile and profitable project to clean up and improve upon our beaches. This would result in a More satisfied crowd of bathers not Only from Racine and Vicinity but it also would attract outsiders. Here to hoping there will be other comments and views on this subject. T., Blake ave gives her views on working wives dear editor i have read with some interest and much thought the comments sent in by s. Hubbard Street May 17�? sunday bulletin and c. V. Bate Street May 31�? bulletin. The Way they slam married women who work is not very Nice at least not in All cases. In 1922 i was compelled not by Choice to go to work in one of our local factories. I worked nine Long hours a Day for nearly eight years. Most of the girls and women too could afford to get a permanent wave once a year new clothes and a lot of Nice things that women love to have but i never could afford any of these. My Money was spent Long before i earned it during my time at in factory i can truthfully say that the married women there were far More efficient workers than the single ones for All the work done in our particular line of work went through my hands to be inspected and passed. The turn to Page 2. Col i in Bow Arrow match Walla Walla Wash. A ins a fifteen Young riflemen Here recently discovered that a knowledge of firearms is useless when applied to Archery. After placing fifth in the National r. O. C. Rifle matches the High school riflemen challenged a girls to Archery team to a Duel with weapons reversed. A a of round of Strawberry sodas was the prize. On the Day of the contest five girls calmly plunked shot after shot into their targets handling their rifles like veterans. Fifteen Fine riflemen but very poor archers filled the air with arrows that pierced everything on the Archery Range except the stuffed mattress they were supposed to hit. Third of the line of Racine Beauty Queens is to be chosen in the 1936 contest which will be a feature of the two Day july 4 Celebration. Interest in this year to event already has been aroused and it is expected to grow until a Large Field of comely bathing beauties is assembled for the judging. Honors await Winner. Bathing Beauty contests during the past two years have created immeasurable enthusiasm in the participants As Well As in the Public in general. The winners miss Arlene Deguire in 1934 and miss Dolores Johnson in 1935�?"received Wade recognition As Racine to Beauty Queens and were honoured locally As Well As in Chicago and Milwaukee. Additional thrills and awards await the 1936 Beauty Queen. Selection of Racine to bathing Beauty Queen is to take place on july 4, when her court of Honor also Wall be selected. On july 5, the Young woman chosen to represent Racine will compete with other Young women selected similarly in other cities of Wisconsin for the title of miss Wisconsin. We till represent state. As miss Wisconsin the selected Young women will represent the state at the Texas Centennial Wall be feted in several important Middle Western cities and even the possibility of a screen test awaits her. Registration for participation in the contest on july 4 May be made now at the association of Commerce. Further details will be announced within a few Days. Fifty applicants Are listed for final examinations for citizenship papers in circuit court tuesday. Notices have been sent to these aspirants for naturalization by Arthur Simonson clerk of the court to be on hand with their witnesses promptly at 9 a. In. William Lemke examiner from Chicago will be in charge. He will hold similar examinations in circuit court at Kenosha monday. The list of those to appear in the Racine court prepared by Deputy clerk Mildred Mertins shows the largest number will renounce their allegiance to Denmark. Nineteen natives of that country Are on the Roll. There Are eight from Germany five from Poland four from Italy three each from Lithuania and Russia two from great Britain Czechoslovakia and Greece and one each from Yugoslavia and Sweden. Applicants listed. The following Are the names of applicants and their addresses Denmark aage r. Larsen 1504 Owen Avenue Christina Marie Hansen 1019 state Street Jensine gasoline Hansen 904 Blaine Avenue Sigfred Gunhardt Ingildsen 407 Chicago Street Sena Christensen 2718 Twenty first Street Paul Ungermann Frankel 1312 Washington Avenue Axel Meldgaard 1125 Park Avenue Anna Johanna Jensen 922 Garfield Street Axel j Emil Jensen 922 Garfield Street j Christian Edvard Hoyrup r. I i Sturtevant Rasmus Thomsen i 1513 Owen Avenue Ole Christian Christensen 1715 Hamilton Street Anders Peter Petersen 1301 i thirteenth Street Harry Chresten Bollerup Madsen 1500 Hamilton Avenue Frida Westergard 1219 it Blaine Avenue else Albertson j Ladefoged 1729 h Grange Avenue Jens Severin Pedersen 921 grand Avenue Axel Ejner Christensen 2220 Blake Avenue Anders Thorvald Andersen 1711 Hamilton Street. Eight from Germany. Germany George holler r. 3, Box 332, it. Pleasant Alfred Carl Stadthaus 2033 Green Street Rev. Francis Roth r. I Box 114 Emily Bertha Treibel 3316 second Avenue Paul Carl Willy Damaschke r. 3, Box 295 Elsie Meissner 2021 Carter Street Ida Vetter 1532 Kearney Avenue August Cook 812 College Avenue. Poland Jeny Peganoff 1636 Howe Street Stan Lei Slowinski 2110 Blake Avenue Stanley Obole Wicz 1115 Washington Avenue Natalia Zukowski 2012 Center Street Antoni Wotowski r. 4, Box 85. Italy a John Dacquisto 1024 Hagerer Street Pinesco Pietro Paglianti 1626 Mead Street John Glavich r. I Box 103 Luka Sar Ich North Shore Camp no. 12. Lithuania a Kovelas Simonas 1704 Villa Street Valeria nun at Hauser 57 Riverside drive John Dobashinski 835 Washington Avenue. Russian Nadezda Mossak 1106 Jones Avenue George Schuppe jr., Franksville Andrew Joskoff 1812 How the Street. From Britain. Great Britain a William Johnson Box 23, Rochester Harry Faulkner 1014 state Street. Czechoslovakia a Mary Buran 625 Goold Street Ida Sena Conrad 614 Hubbard Street. Greece John Peter Kria Tsou Las 1012 tenth Street Paul Maheras 709 tenth Street. Yugoslavia a James Vasiloff 1802 Racine Street. Sweden a Selma Albertina Stone 1609 Hayes Avenue. She eyes first lady Job new portrait of mrs. Landon romantic historians and novelists too often let imagination interfere with True facts most buccaneers were ruthless callous killers. This informal portrait of mrs. Alf m. Landon her most recent was made on the Lawm of the gubernatorial mansion at Topeka a few hours before the Republican convention nominated her husband for the presidency. Associated press photo. Landon plans to leave Post convention plans to National committee Topeka june 13.�?"alp a gov. Alf m. Landon got Down to work a couple of minutes Early grinned at a great Mound of congratulatory telegrams on his desk called newspaper men in for a press conference said he Felt a Ofine a and announced he would leave plans for the immediate future up to the National committee. A of will not anticipate the activities of the National committee a he said in response to questions about formal notification of his nomination and plans for the Campaign. A fall that awaits the committee to action when it meets after the ?� will take a rest governor Landon said he would remain in Topeka this weekend presumably to rest up from the sex Little Rock moves big Rock of history Little Rock ?"<u.r> a workmen have completed the moving of the huge Rock from which this City gets its name to a location on the statehouse grounds. The Rock one of the six that lined the South Bank of the Arkansas River that Early Day settlers used As a crossing guide in fording the Stream weighed More than five tons. It has been placed on the site of a civil War prison that was constructed by the Federal army and later used by the Confederate army when the town was re captured in the last Days of the War. Yes women have brains Uke men professor holds Memphis. A ins a or. W. E. Atkinson of southwestern University Here says a women have brains just As ?� the statement came As a counter belief of Many that women to actions Are caused by intuition or any other special sense. A othere is no difference Between the sexes in this respect a or. Atkinson said and regarding other beliefs a Genius and insanity Are not Akin to each other. Mental and physical superiority go together rather than opposite. A thoughts do not determine our actions but our actions determine what we think especially during the first half of our life or up to 20 or 30 years of ?� pastor tops professor for absent mindedness Yakima Wash. A a the absent minded professor is nothing compared to Rev. E. A. Fridell Seattle minister. The Rev. Fridell was scheduled to address a Church meeting in Wenatchee. He forgot where he was supposed to speak and got off the bus at Yakima. Then he discovered his mistake and chartered a special air plane to take him to Wenatchee in time for the meeting. Canada compliments neighbouring tourists London ont. �?"oj.r a United states tourists Are getting More a of educated about Canadian customs major w. H. Wood of the London chamber of Commerce declares. No longer he says do they come to Canada in Midsummer with snowshoes strapped to the Side of the automobile and fur Coats in the rumble seats expecting to see Savage indians roaming the streets. Traces fadeout of Short wave signals to Sun Pasadena Calif. A ins a if your Short wave radio set mysteriously goes out of commission every 54 Days a As All of them do a blame the Sun or. Robert s. Richardson of it. Wilson Observatory near Here believes he has solved one of the puzzling problems of radio by Means of a theory which has been verified by photographic proof. Brilliant eruptions of Gas Over Sun spots which occur about every second time that the Sun rotates or roughly every 54 Days Are followed by a a Odeady period of from 20 minutes to 5 hours or. Richardson Learned. Photographic plates exposed at 8 47 a. In. On april 8 revealed an unusually Brilliant Sunspot eruption. Then came a deluge of reports that at the same time radio signs began to fade out. Indian tribes in Iowa study new Law code Cit ement and nervous Strain of the convention week and to digest the thousands of messages which Are pouring into the Kansas Capitol. The governor arose at his usual hour shortly after 7 a. Rn., and walked to work instead of Riding to the state House As he customarily does. He appeared a Little tired after the spontaneous nomination Celebration Here. His voice was hoarse. Landon passed off allusions to the telegrams on his desk with a Grin and no comment but he did say that one of them was from Herbert c. Hoover. Their dog injured. For the Landon youngsters 4-year-old Nancy Josephine and 2-year-old John Cobb Landon the Celebration aftermath was tinged with sorrow and alarm. One of their twin Black scotties both named a spooks a was run Over and injured by an automobile in the scramble of Well wishers in front of the governor to mansion. The pet was rushed to a dog and cat Hospital where a veterinarian announced he was a convalescing splendidly from a head Haemorrhage resulting from the Accident. The governor to plans for the weekend aside from his determination to stay Home instead of going fishing As he often does were vague. He is a member of the congregation of the first methodist episcopal Church Here but it was not known whether he would attend services. Tama Iowa. A a the Sac and Fox indians on the government reservation near Here Are seriously considering their form of tribal management the two tribes now own 3,300 acres of Rich Iowa farm land. Approximately 1,500 acres Are Farmed by the indians themselves. The rest is rented to White Farmers. Affairs of All the indians now Are managed by a business Council which has functioned for years. Younger members of the tribes want to have a voice in business affairs and Are clamouring for a change. A committee of the braves has Bee appointed to work out a been appointed to work out a will be submitted in september. Book pictures politics in horse buggy Days Toledo. A a an account Book of the whig committee recently brought to Light reveals to what efforts Toledo to a Orough and ready club went in its determination to elect Zachary Taylor president in 188. So frequently did members rent horses and buggies for Campaign trips that their Victory Cost the club $65. The account Book reveals that this sum was quickly subscribed however in the first two years of the Taylor Fillmore administration. The account Book belongs to Frank Segur of Toledo whose Grandfather Dan Segur was Secretary of the whig committee Here. Palestine weddings Are called swindles Warsaw a of a newspapers Here report that jewish girls Are being enticed to Palestine by matrimonial swindlers who come to Poland under Palestine passports marry a girl take her to Palestine promptly divorce her and return to this country for another Bride. By Hubert Johnson false Glamor has been cast upon the Bloodthirsty Freebo Oters who have infested the seas from the Days of the phoenicians. The romantic Tang of the sea and Clink of pieces of eight have contrived to make boyhood heroes of ruthless ruffians who brought terror to ships and cities when they swarmed to the attack with Cutlass and pistol in hand and a Dirk in their belts. Investigation finds pirates even in the modern period. The liquor hijackers of the prohibition Era were pirates. Quite equal to the Buccaneer in Lack of mercy was w. K. Thompson who blew up at least two passenger ships killing hundreds aboard that he might collect insurance on faked shipments. More humane were Herbert Rennie Smith and his two friends who stole a Steamboat despite the Speed of modern communication. Piracy goes Way Back. Among the most notorious pirates were Blackbeard who terrorized the american colonists sir Henry Morgan the pirate Admiral who specialized in sacking Spanish cities in America red legs the Pearl pirate Francis la to Lonois termed the Cru list Freebo Oters who Rose to become a pirate Captain and Captain Kidd who betrayed the country that gave him command of a warship. The ancient greeks held piracy to be an honorable profession. When introducing a guest the Host would boast of the Many to plundering. The romans outlawed the a business a but could not put it Down entirely. The last of the ancient pirates were the etruscan who lived in Italy. The romans stamped them out in a great Battle in 283 b. C. During the 13th Century the hanseatic league was formed to protect German ships against the Baltic pirates. The next appearance of piracy was in the Carrilean where the great Spanish treasure ships were plundered. Columbus was brought Home in chains on one voyage to America because he seized native slaves. Drake As a Buccaneer preyed on the Spanish galleons. Blew up passenger ship. Bucca Neering developed into big business in the Carrilean and a Peculiar organization the brethen of the coast was formed. The brethen swore blood brotherhood built towns and shared All the spoils. The wounded were cared for and compensation was paid for injuries received in Battle. When America England and France United in a crusade free booting Plain and simple was made a thing of the past. Although he was not a Cutlass wielding murderer w. K. Thompson was a Lone pirate who used science As his aide. He blew up steamships to collect insurance on fake shipments he had aboard. He declared himself to be an electric Engineer working on an invention to be used on steamboats. Day and night his curious neighbors in Liverpool heard him tapping filing and hammering and then they heard a mechanical sound like a Spring toy being wound and then whirring when released. Finds nothing wrong. One Day there was an explosion in the Garret. An investigating policeman found the room filled with fumes and the skylights smashed. A Oil to awfully sorry a stammered Thompson. A Oil to working on an invention that will automatically feed ships lights. And something seemed to have gone wrong with my chemicals. Not knowing much about inventions the policeman saw no reason to doubt the Story. The next Day Thompson moved out and rented a cellar in the slums of Liverpool. A few weeks later he had the Box which was supposed to hold his invention carted Down to the docks at Southampton and stored in a warehouse and labelled a Glass Antiques ?t $75,000 in insurance. Thompson became a changed Man he registered at the Best Southampton hotel As Norman s Winton of new York an Aler dealer buying Fine Antiques in Europe. Declaring that his Box contained some priceless bits of ancient glassware a Winton had it insured for $75,000 without opening it. The steamship Mosel which was to carry the Box was one of the Best ships afloat but the insurance agents quieted their suspicions because of the great Premium a Winton had to pay. The cart that took the Box to the ship was opposite the crowd of passengers preparing to Board the Mosel when the horse fell on a Slippery incline. The nut on a Wagon wheel came off and the Box crashed to the Quay. Hell Breaks Loose. The Earth seemed to open up As though it were doomsday. The Dock for 40 feet was a great smoking Hole with the water of the Harbor surging in the Bottom. Around the gaping Hole was a fringe of writhing men and women. The cart the horse and its Driver were atomized. The Side of the Mosel was damaged badly. Chaos reigned As though All hell had been let Loose. A Steward aboard the Mosel heard a revolver bark. Within a state room a of Winton was found bleeding from three wounds and with a gun in his hand. He was taken to a Hospital where a Hundred injured in the blast groaned. A nearby morgue held More than 80 dead. A of Winton became delirious. His ravings caused a nurse to summon the police. From his wandering remarks the police pieced together a verbal Jigsaw which revealed his secret before he died among his victims. Successful twice. Checking up the police Learned that Thompson As a ohans von Winkle had insured boxes of a Orare paintings aboard the Steamer Ella when she disappeared turn to Page 8, column i disaster Tull High in China 400,000,000 chinese killed birth rate very High piping. A ins a War pestilence drought Glood famine and other natural calamities during the last 60 years have robbed China of no less than 400,000,00 souls a number approximately equal to her present population. This glaring figure was divulged by professor Chia Chi Ming of the College of agriculture and forestry of the University of banking. Professor Chiao asserts that China has an annual natural increase of population at a rate of 10.7 per 1,000, thus requiring but 53 years for such a Large population to double itself. In this increase rate China is Only second in the world to soviet Russia which should double its population in 27 year s. Japan should require 54 years the United states 99 years Germany 116 years England 142 years and France 289 years. Too Many chinese. Professor Chiano states that in 1842 China to population was roughly estimated at 404,946,514 while estimates recently made by the ministry of Interior place the figure today at 446,949,832. This indicates that China has had Only a slight increase in population during 68 years. Speaking on a basis of the cultivated land of the country professor Chiao declares even the present number of chinese people to be excessive. He supports his theory with various statistical data. Estimates recently made show that the cultivated land in China totals 1,373,986,240 mow one third of an acre while other statistics compiled set the cultivated land at 1,248,781,000 mow. Urges birth control. Investigation conducted by tile College of agriculture and forestry of banking University in 22 Provines throughout the country reveal that each person in China has Only 4.16 mow of land. In the wheat producing area of the Huai River the professor states that each person has 5.19 mow of cultivated land while in Shansi and Northern Shenski the figure is 6 55 mow. The lowest ratio is found in the Rice areas of Kwangsik where it is estimated at 2.83 mow per person. Since the fantastically Large death rate due to natural calamities does not ease the Over crowded state of China professor Chiao urges birth control and delayed marriages As Means of avoiding excessive population. He suggests a Law completely restricting Early marriages

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