Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin 21 Jun 1936
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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 21, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin
� is what our t readers have to say. Isi win be retd Fer l any Celt by eat Cid i la this column j sunday journal times bulletin vol. 6 no. To. Racine wis., sunday june 21, 1936. Circulation Over 21,000 took old dad for granted dear editor a Odad we took old dad for granted when we were kids at play we never thought How things were bought nor if old dad could pay. We took old dad for granted but never quite so much As years went by and we would try the regular weekly touch. We took old dad for granted dark hair had turned to White we did no to know he was to go so peacefully one night. A of done to take dad for granted in the heard my daughter say she tries to show and let me know in to never in the Way. A. M., Mead St playgrounds Start monday big at crowd expected Booster game Here next wednesday night r in charge of recreation from left to right front Row the misses Alvina Raush Virginia Nelson Eva Gartner Frances Black Ruth Nash Verna due Margaret Healy mrs. Emma Jones the misses Florence Corder Ellen Tiplady Marjorie Johnson and Genevieve Braun. Back Row i. B. Farmer superintendent of the department of Parks and recreation Clifford Bergesen Joseph Saga Joseph Gulyash Melan Milovancevic James Masik Robert Nelson Byron Verheyen John Nickelsen Fred Varga and b. A. Solbraa director of recreation. It it 4 new ones to take part in activities Racine Belles and Sheboygan chairs to be feature attraction at dedication of Power Ful new lighting Plant poem laments boy who failed to Star editor now that school is closing for another season i believe the in largest crowd to witness a base Man of the Racine Booster base closed poem is very appropriate Ball game in Racine since the world Ball committee and member of and i would love to see it printed in the readers to column. The boy who did no to pass a sad faced Little fellow sits alone in deep disgrace there to a Lump arising in his Throat and tears drop Down his face. He wandered from his playmates for he does no to want to hear their shouts of merry laughter honors will feature the dedication since the world has lost its of the powerful new lighting Plant cheer. At the municipal outdoor sports a he has sipped the cup of sorrow Center. He has dripped the bitter Glass Champion Philadelphia athletics the William Horlick athletic Field of 1930 played Here is expected to commission o. A. Tom Kroos attend the Booster baseball game president of the Sheboygan base at Ham Horlick athletic Field Ball club and Henry Bendinger wednesday night. The game a president of the Milwaukee brew Wisconsin state league contest be ers will be called upon for Short tween the Racine Belles current talks during the dedicatory Cere leaders and Sheboygan chairs,1 monies at the Field. William Hor Strong contenders for first half lick will turn on the lights for the acting mayor Leroy Olson Alderman Charles w. Duffy chair protest Tariff of Australia and his heart is fairly breaking the boy who did no to pass. In the Apple tree the Robin sings a cheery Little song but he does no to seem to hear it showing plainly something s wrong. Comes his faithful Little Spaniel for a Romp and bit of play but the troubled Little fellow bids him sternly go away. And alone he sits in sorrow with his hair in tangled mass and his eyes Are red with weeping a he to the boy who did no to pass. Of you who boast a laughing son and speak of him As Bright Sydney. A ins a Japan and and you who love a Little girl who America have lodged protests with comes to you at night the government against the re Vith shining eyes and dancing feet Vised australian Tariff Laws which first night sports program at the Field. The game will begin promptly at 8 15 p. In. Parade to Field. American legion Post 76 drum and Bugle corps will head a Parade from hotel Racine to the Park. The March will begin at approximately 7 Oclock and baseball fans driving to the Park Are invited to join the Parade. Upon arrival at the Field the drum corps will offer a 10-minute Drill on the brilliantly i lighted Field. City officials Wisconsin state u. And Japan declare league officials including c. O. 1 Baetz Appleton president Mem Bers of the William Horlick athletic Field commission baseball let it journal times photo Savage turns to to answer superstition problems of life it s in favor of Britain. It it with honors from her school turn to that lonely lad that thinks he is a fool i and take him kindly by the hand the dullest of his class he is the one who most needs love a the boy who did no to pass. A Anonymous. C. D., Erie St praises writer of bulletin stories i dear editor Hubert Johnson certainly deserves a couple of orchids As Waller Winchell would say for the i excellent articles he has been writ no weekly for the bulletin. I will represent a spontaneous gesture in great Britain to favor in contrast to the hard Ottawa bargaining. The revision which will become effective very shortly followed a careful analysis which revealed that Japan was almost monopolizing the australian Market in manufactured textiles i notables of Wisconsin including Henry Bendinger president of the Milwaukee Brewers representatives of the company which installed the lights at the Field and Milwaukee Sheboygan and Racine newspapermen will attend a dinner in hotel Racine at 5 30 Oclock. Sale of tickets for the Booster j game was begun last wednesday j and the Campaign thus far has met with much Success. Manufacturers and businessmen in All sections beliefs shackle him but sometimes he can put them to Good use food grave Earth human Bones living creatures among things supposed to possess great Powers bit Hubert Johnson if modern Man were to subscribe to the Savage superstitions he would find himself shackled to habits of doing things in an illogical manner. However Many of the superstitions can be turned to Good use in regulating the life of of the City Are supporting the project. Demand for reserved seats the Savage. In them he can find was so heavy from the Start that the answers to his problems of. It was decided to Reserve the i food getting health personality hers fancy goods and jewelry tire grandstand. General admin safety Domestic unrest War Agri thus curtailing Britain s share. Sjon is 59 cents with More than culture hatred and love and death. A reconsideration of the Tariff 999 reserved seats available at an the sudanese think that if a changes is not Likely to take place extra charge of 25 cents. Reserva j House it built of the Wood of thorny during the parliament s two Lions can be made by calling Jack i Trees the life of the occupants son 486. Provision will be made likewise will be thorny and full of for ample parking facilities at the trouble. Park. I Many Peoples believe that be officers of the Racine Booster j cause the dead can neither see Lave a Strong dislike for history la Quot to j baseball committee Are Alderman hear nor speak the use of dead jut i find his historic articles fas we cil is investigating the ban Charles w. Duffy chairman g. C. Men s Bones or anything tainted months recess. America criticized. Or. Frederick Hughes representing the chamber of manufacturers told the Royal commission i dilating. I hardly know this Young newspaper aspirant in fact about All i know of him is that he graduated rom Washington Park High school there he was Active in journalism my that he spends Many Long flours in our libraries gathering material for his writings. I sincerely Hope he continues to write ing system of Australia that High tariffs Benefit secondary industries which the Exchange rate alone cannot adequately protect. Referring to the american criticism at the Tariff changes the a Sydney morning Herald Points out until a year ago the United 1 states was one of the worst of i fenders among High Tariff coun or the bulletin because his Arti i tries moreover America declined a Les Are an outstanding feature of Australia to representations to Dis his paper. F. S., Taylor ave Leader wants orning edition cuss a Friendly Trade rearrangement. Philadelphia boasts two historic Bells ear editor Philadelphia a <u.pj�?"�? Why does no to the journal times of the Bells which played import ome out with a morning paper i Tant roles in Early american his or town is certainly big enough tory pealing warnings or glad 0 have a morning paper. Men Are buying out of town tapers and in to sure they would enjoy Reading our own paper much lore if there Only was one. How bout it i know i would. G. I., Frederick St or tidings during the nation to Battle for survival Are treasured by j Philadelphia. Most valuable of the two from i historical standpoint is the world famed Liberty Bell which was 1 tolled when first Public announce a ment was made of the Continental Congress adoption of the declaration of Independence on july 4, 1776. The Bell had pealed for Annivera Weyland president of the american Bank and Trust company treasurer and miss Edna Christensen Secretary. Sullivan to pitch. An interesting baseball Duel is promised those who attend the Booster game. The Belles Defeated the chairs in their first game Here Early in the season 8-2, but in a return game the Sheboygan team evened the series with a 5-4 decision. The two clubs met again june 13 when Sheboygan dedicated its new lighting Plant. This time the Belles won by the 5 to 4 margin. Their meeting wednesday makes the close of the series Between the two Long time rivals for the first half of the split season. Both teams Are still contenders for the first half championship. Lefty Sullivan who held the by death will Render Blind deaf and dumb. Advice to lovelorn. Among the Gai Lareese when a youth woos at night he takes a Little Earth from a grave and stress it on the roof of the House of his heart interest to keep her parents from hindering him. Servian and bulgarian women who find Domestic life dreary will take the Copper coins from the eyes of a Corpse Wash them in wine and water and give the liquid to their husbands to drink thus blinding their unsuspecting mates. Animals often Are conceived to possess qualities which might be useful to Man. Some Bechunas Wear a ferret As a Charm because having a Long life the ferret will make them Dif week brings bitter blow to Britain to peace policy by the associated press j Tain foreign policy during the Afri league of nations sanctions j can War. Against Italy collapsed with great Britain to foreign minister sounding their death Knell to the jeers of his political opponents. The economic restrictions were imposed seven months ago by 52 league members because of Italy to War against Ethiopia. Mussolini was undaunted. His fascist legions pressed Forward to Addis Ababa. Issai a policemen in to break Laws or editor Well time marches on for Evyone but More so for the Racine misanes and festivals until 1835, it uce Force. When they think they when t cracked while being rung getting away with something for the funeral procession of chief now with the Conquest of Ethi chairs to five hits at Sheboygan i opia an accomplished fact Britain and whose Only defeat in six starts led the league members in an for the Belles was inflicted by Paulj about face admission of defeat. Beyer to club will pitch for the j France has agreed. Racine team. He will probably be France has agreed several opposed on the Mound by Young countries already have abandoned Bobby Neleson right hander who pitched against lefty in both of the 5-4 duels. Other fellow can to because he not have a tin badge he can to in the Law and get away with Justice John Marshall of the u. Supreme court. Other Bells identified with Why do they think their tin american to struggle against foreign gives them the privilege of King at the bus stops and go rough when the red Light says Rone else has to Stop Well to get to what i have to encumbrances Are the Chimes in the Steeple of old Christ Church Here. During the revolutionary War they were removed and secreted to Block possible attempts on May St Hue fr0m a was Light to change on West six Ith Street i happened to see a it lice car parked at the bus Stop Ith two officers in it they did wait for the Light to change drove through. But one of the irs looked Back to see if any irs who were waiting for the it to change would do the same they did drive on through. Well they set the example by Park at tile bus stops that Are re red tor the buses and drive when the Light says Stop break the Law who to to blame turn to Page is column i infirmary Romance ends in marriage new Bedford mass. A . A a Romance that began while they were inmates of the City infirmary has resulted in the marriage of James Henry May. 76, a widower and mrs. Lydia Bullock 70, a widow. May a retired Mariner proposed to her As soon As they were released from the institution. They think they can get along with their combined old age Ohio political foes friends since youth Sandusky Ohio a ins a although they Are political foes August c. Schultz and Roy t. Rogers have been friends since their boyhood Days. Erie county democrats elected Schultz chairman of the county Central committee at the organization meeting and on the following night Rogers was elected chairman of the Republican committee. Schultz and Rogers attended Sandusky High school together Back in the late 90s, and played on one of the school to first football teams Schultz As quarterback and Rogers As guard. When the Spanish american War broke out Schultz and Rogers saw service in company a 6th regiment Ohio National guard. In Camp they were mess mates. Today they Are members of the veterans of foreign wars and the United Spanish War veterans. A Owen tre going to keep on being Good friends a says Schultz. A owe Are that a says Rogers. Sanctions. All that remains is their formal cancellation at Geneva late this month. It fell to Anthony Eden Britain to foreign minister to announce the failure of the policy for which he had fought vigorously. A owe have to admit the purpose for which sanctions were imposed has not been realized a he admitted to the House of commons. Reinstatement of Ethiopia As an Independent nation he said would mean a european War. Prime minister Stanley Baldwin echoed his words. The latter declaring collective Security has failed called for a peace Alliance of Britain Germany and France. Germany to part is immense he said. Opponents taunt Eden. Labor members of parliament striving for a vote of censure against the Cabinet on tuesday taunted Eden with shouts of a shame resign a David Lloyd George White haired War time prime minister gave the Cabinet a bitter Tongue lashing. A cowards a he shouted pointing his Finger at the ministers and calling their names. It was the second blow to Bri Public indignation Over the Hoare Laval peace plan which would have partitioned Ethiopia caused the resignation of sir Samuel Hoare from the Cabinet. Recently he returned As first lord of the admiralty. An Early Start. Even before the democratic National convention opens in Philadelphia next tuesday the presidential Campaign is Well under Way. Gov. Alf m. Landon of Kansas Republican nominee lost no time in calling his running mate col. Frank Knox and party leaders into conference. All expressed optimism and set about raising a Campaign Chest. Landon will deliver his first Campaign speech aside from the notification ceremonies at his Pennsylvania Birthplace. He will visit the East and the far West before the november election. Republican manager John Hamilton predicted Landon would carry new York. The democratic convention will renominated Roosevelt and Garner but some controversies Over platform planks on farm Aid Money and Relief were in Prospect. Norris asks support absent will be senator Copeland of new York and possibly Alfred e. Smith both new York delegates. Senator Norris of Nebraska who left the Republican ranks in 1932 to Back or. Roosevelt called for nonpartisan support for his reelection. Two congressional candidates endorsed by the Coughlin or Townsend groups were nominated in Maine four were Defeated. Gov. Louis Brann Democrat will seek the seat of senator Wallace White Republican. Minnesota voters put three tickets in the Field. Gov. Floyd b. Of Tura to Page 2, col i persons Fiou to kill. Others Wear a cer a Tain living mutilated insect for a similar purpose. Becha Uana warriors Wear the hair of a hornless of among their hair because a hornless of is difficult to catch and Wear the skin of a Frog on their Mantle because a Frog is Slippery. Fear food properties. When War is expected the South african Warrior shops for rate to hair to twist among his own curly locks the hair of the nimble rat will enable the Warrior to Dodge an enemy Spear he believes. In Madagascar soldiers Are forbidden to eat a number of foods lest they should be tainted by dangerous or undesirable properties which Are. Supposed to be present in the foods. Thus they will not taste hedgehog for fear the animal from its manner of coiling up in a Ball when alarmed will impart timidity to those who eat it. No Soldier will eat an Oxx to knee lest he become weak in the knee. He will not eat a rooster that has died fighting for he might be slain himself. The ancient greeks thought that to eat the flesh of the Wakeful Nightingale would prevent a person from sleeping and that to smear the eyes with Gall of an Eagle would give a Blear eyed person the Eagle to vision. Candy for Sweet words. In Samara and women give a baby sugar Candy to suck that his words May be always Sweet and place glue in his hand that he May hold on to precious things when he is older. The greeks thought that a garment made from the fleece of a sheep that had been torn by a Wolf would itch the skin of the wearer. They believed that a Stone bitten by a dog and dropped in wine would make the Drinker disagreeable. While the modern woman haunts the Beauty salons the ancient greek Latfy used the Raven to eggs in an attempt to restore the blackness of the Raven to Silvery hair. The person using this method had to be careful to keep the Mouth full of Oil All the time the eggs were applied to the snowy locks else the Teeth also be permanently dyed Raven Black. How arabs find runaways. If a violinist has stiff fingers the Gai Lareese advise him to rub his fingers with ashes of roasted Long legged Field spiders. To bring Back a runaway slave an Arab will Trace a magic Circle on the ground stick a Nail in the Center of it and attach a Beetle of the fugitive to sex to to Nail. As the Beetle crawls around it he will Coil the thread about the Nail shortening his tether and drawing nearer the Nail. How could the runaway prevent himself from returning to his master As the Beetle bound himself to the Nail among the Western tribes of British new Guinea a Man who has killed a Snake will Burn it and turn to Page 14, col i missing British a big problem English government to revise system of tracing. London. A the dreaded a missing persons column in Britain to daily newspapers May soon be drastically shortened and perhaps withdrawn. The Home office and the police Are to co operate in a Complete Overhall of the system of dealing with people reported missing in Britain. Every year enough men women and children to populate a fair sized country town Are reported As having disappeared. Though some return and others Are traced and still others Are identified after a minor tragedy the majority Are never heard of again. It is this Large number of a Onever traced that is causing the Home office great anxiety. To co operate. Closer co operation Between the big cities such As London Manchester and Glasgow and the town and county areas is to be arranged. The percentage of Success that has met recent nation wide efforts to find missing persons has not it is understood satisfied certain High authorities. There is a tendency it is believed to keep a missing so on the police books far too Long after preliminary inquiries have been made and there is a suggestion that a special squad should be formed to Deal with All such cases. Melodrama such As an increase in White slave trafficking cannot wholly be Dis countenanced. Scotland Yard has ample proof that this traffic not Only Between England and the continent but Between the continent and England and America exists on a big scale. 24 play leaders to have charge of 2 month program. Four new playgrounds will participate in the City to annual summer re creative program which will get under Way tomorrow. With the recent addition of the quartet of play Sites Racine this summer will have a total of 12 playgrounds fully equipped and supervised. Reporting for duty tomorrow will be the 24 men and women play leaders who have spent the last week attending classes devoted to playground teaching. 24 on Leader staff. The names of the teachers and the Parks at which they will work this summer follow Joseph Sagat Walter Nordstrom and miss Ellen Tiplady at Racine Street James Rasmussen and miss Ruth Nash at twelfth Street John Nickelsen and miss Marjorie Johnson at fratt Clifford Bergesen George Miller and miss Verna due at Knapp miss Frances Black at Winslow. Robert Nelson Byron Verheyen and miss Eva Gartner at Lewis Field Joseph Gulyash and miss Alvina Raush at Marquette Melan Milovancevic Edward Haunroth and mrs. Emma Jones at Lake View James Masik Charles la Brasca and miss Margaret Healy at Douglas Park miss Genevieve Braun at Albert state miss Florence Corder at North Beach Martin Bohlman at Lincoln. Demonstrations and lectures on first Aid and program activities were features of the school conducted by the recreation department. R c. Ruthe first Aid and safety instructor stressed the importance of measures to guard against accidents. Story telling explained. Story telling was explained by miss Alice Davitt assistant at the Public Library. Music was the subject of Hans Johannes Hanson to talk. The coming program will cover eight weeks. This week sports and playground clubs will receive the major share of attention. Softball and volleyball teams will be formed. Clubs interested in Archery tumbling chess Tennis nature and drama will be formed. Children vehicles will hold the spotlight during the second week. Boys and girls will vie with one another on bicycles roller skates scooters and wagons. The colourful doll buggy Parade will take place july 3. Hop scotch and Jack Stone contests will be held at each playground. Nature study next. Nature study will come into its own the third week. Children will be taught Bird tree and Flower recognition. Day Long trips to the zoo and nearby Woods will permit them to study Many Birds and animals. Pet shows Are planned. One act plays Are on the program. The fourth week will uncover inter playground sports Cham turn to Page 4, column 7 tattooed wrists new Riviera fad Juan Les pins a is a tattooing it seems will enjoy a new Vogue of popularity in Riviera resorts this summer season. Among the sunbathers fraternity Here it is beginning again to find particular favor and on terraces of the big cafes or on the Beach one May see men and women with curious designs on the wrist. Bracelets Are among the most popular adornments while Many prefer Finger rings. One also can hear tales of elaborate designs which Are certainly not intended for All the world to see. Some of the devotees however already Are tired of the new adornment but find it far More difficult to get rid of than to acquire. Thus while specialists in tattooing have enjoyed a Boom there is also a lot of work for experts in the removal of the Marks. It is a Long and painful process entailing alternate burning and freezing of the flesh and even then the design is not always wholly obliterated. France orders Cognac graded in 8 classes Cognac a a Cognac aging inspection and certification by the government has been enforced with severity Here As a result of a recent decree Law. The age of Cognac has been divided into eight classes and inspection is made on this basis. This satisfies All foreign Trade requirements As some co tries demand that Cognac exported from France be aged in the cask for minimum periods varying from two to five years. The new regulation provides that All cognacs shall be under supervision of authorities for the first five years of its aging. Cognac Between 5 and to years old Falls in class five from to to 15 years class six from 15 to 20 years class seven and cognacs More than 20 years old class eight. According to a noted distiller Cognac cannot be much More than 60 years old for technically speaking the liqueur is Likely to deteriorate somewhat due to the imperfection of corks. Brandy is Seldom kept in the cask More than 60 years. Distillers frequently mix cognacs which Are still aging in the casks. Thus Brandy of 1870 May be mixed with Brandy of 1810
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