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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 15, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say. Is win a Paia n t any comment cled i la this Coloma j sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5-no. 48. Racine wis., sunday March 15,1936. Circulation Over 21,000 i Reader praises new news style dear editor during the 12 20 news broadcast last week or. Starbuck called attention to a new service which the journal times has brought about for its readers. I wonder How Many folks have noted this change. It is indeed worthy of mention. For several weeks the feature news stories Hae been printed on the front Page in their entirety without continuation to the inside pages. This makes the paper More convenient enjoyable and interesting to read and one is Able to follow the Story through without turning the pages. In a Home where dad wants the first Page Mother wants Page three with Racine news sister wanning the Story and brother the funnies one can readily see How worthwhile it is to have the news printed without continuation to other pages. One can Well realize the extra work this entails to condense the news without eliminating any of the interest and details. F May i also express my thanks and appreciation for the timely safety Issue of last week for the new easily readable print the journal times now so gracefully wears and for the always popular sunday bulletin. M. A. Obyrn mawr a a Range of human hobbies almost defies belief anything under Sun can be collectors prey study shows i careful Hubby at Bridge table dear editor i am asking for the opinions of other women card players whose husbands Are always reminding them As to what dumb players they Are. Why should husbands constantly reprimand their wives in front of company As to the Way they play cards the mistakes they make Why they did t ria7 this card instead of that it certainly is beyond me. Do these intellectual card Sharps think they Are beyond making mistakes do they think wives like to make mistakes purposely knowing that they re bound to get a calling Down for it wives try to avoid things like that. Then Why Are husbands so polite when the other woman makes a mistake Why do they talks it with a smile even though it looks like the last Grin of a dying horse and say a Owell better Luck next ?� Quot Why Arentt the husbands the same to the wives intellectual Hubby know that the War begins when the company leaves anyhow so Why argue when playing cards so card playing Isno to really getting to be enjoyment it to beginning to be a Battle Royal where the husband hands out the bawling out when playing cards and the wife takes it with a smile and when company leaves the second round starts where the wife hands it out and the husband takes it although not with a smile. If husband would be More considerate when playing cards he will find that his w Ife plays too per cent better and if he would Correct her mistakes instead of making fun of them she would concentrate on the cards. Thanks for the bulletin. Ltd. A. A. State St Franklin d. Room Rudt r. M. Lafollette old records Tell history of �?t59plague Mound cemetery holds i 3,000 unidentified Graves. Wallace Beery Jackie Cooper Bernard Baruch Millard e. To Donga key Pittman George Norris Lionel Barrymore King Edward Vii senator Gore James consent Lewis Stone William e. Borah president likes Stamps King Edward Chi goes in for shooting inventing handicraft flying etching radio and carving among celebrities pastimes. By see m. See Racine has gone through several disease epidemics but one stands out More prominently than by Hubert Johnson specimens including a White Robin from subway Digger to Finan Anc a White woodchuck. Cier from movie actor to president of the United states Many persons has a Oyent for canes. Percy Johnston banker has Junior 6r0up of musicians plan concert civic orchestra grows to roster of 40 in two years. Have Peculiar ways of using their remarkable assortment of canes spare time. Some of the Avoca including one carried by Rasputin the rest. It was the cholera Chi tons Are bizarre others Are com the russian Monk and one of Demic of 1839 when there were Mon. The hobbies Range from Wood from Lincoln s Home. An 60 deaths in a Little More than two re adm class Ca t0 Quot it other fancier has i 500 Minia Tique automobiles. Ture elephants made from Ivory months. latest epidemic of president Roosevelt has 15 col Jade Wood or rubber. Theodore note was that of the Winter of sections among them his More Vail late Telephone magnate col 1901-1902 when there were no than 25,000 Stamps and his ship elected old japanese sword guards less than 1.500 to 1,800 cases of models and nautical prints. J Henry Ford is a Champion smallpox. The number of deaths King Edward Chi collects i among collectors. He is said to was Small however. Among other things embroidery i have spent $15,000,000 to Stock his there have been diphtheria knitting and crocheting. He not epidemics Scarlet fever epidemics Only collects specimens but makes and epidemics of other disease Many himself. The late King with varying numbers of deaths. George had a $60,000 stamp collect population less than 8,000. Lion kin8 Victor Emmanuel of at the time of the cholera Epi Italy is one of the world s greatest Demic the population of the City collectors of coins was less than 8,000 and the deaths i Morgan collects books. Of Connecticut can Massage the piano keys but he does no to boast about it when a pianist of the Eddie Duchin Type is around. William e. Borah of Idaho j. Hamilton Lewis of Illinois and. Orchestra rown t0 Henry Fountain Ashurst of Ari ag0�?t orchestra Nas grown to the Racine Junior civic orchestra organized two. Years ago is making plans for a Spring concert to be Given soon. Organized less than two years re re general defends Gas in warfare As most humane London a a Gas is the most humane weapon in warfare a . Sir Henry thriller commandant Royal engineers believes. Speaking to members of the Royal United services institution he said a Owhy is it considered More inhumane to use Gas than to use High explosive shells or machine guns our streets and hospitals still contain Many men permanently maimed limbless paralysed Shell shocked insane and blinded. These injuries were not caused by Gas but by Shell and Zona read largely. Blind senator �??� an organization with More than 40 members including several High �?oj&Quot"0 school graduates and older persons Blind senator Gore of Oklahoma i. A. Who had musical ability but no Way in which to express it. Under the direction of Max Plavnick rehearsals Are conducted each wednesday evening at 7 30 in the y. W. C. A. Its member haunts bookshops. Through the touch of fingers and the eyes of a clerk or companion he reads lit Crary treasures he cannot see. Edward Costigan of Colorado Dearborn mich., museum with collections of a common things that formed part of his life in the statistical abstracts. America of the past. Swimming singing and driving some Washington statesmen an automobile Are senator George Robert Lafollette of Wisconsin and Robert Wagner of new York i is Ope Quot t0 a he up Quot pm Quot t throng the Tea tables swamp the dowager salons and Stampede the night clubs for their Redrea get pleasure from economic and plication a a and approval by toe membership committee. For Community service. Objectives of the organization As stated in the Constitution follow a othe object of the Racine Junior civic orchestra shall be to promote Norris to summertime delights. He spends his vacation at a Lake cottage he built himself in Wisconsin. In Gold Hunt old mine regions will be re checked for pockets. Fifth Yungert for symphony tuesday night program specially to pay tribute to St. Patrick. According to the records of i Jet p mor8an� a collector of in i Tion. A othe a social Lions Are led deaths Usua by a is specializes in ancient by William Mcadoo. Others Are for movies. He is an expert on Hiram Johnson has a weakness a he log the of a music among its Mem hers to Render Community service Mound cemetery show 7.66 to each 1,000 of population volumes of ecclesiastical Law and messes. William King of Utah a Church history. Some of them j Vid Walsh of Massachusetts Royal Hollywood studios and scandals. Turning to Hollywood the of the. Cholera epidemic began in have been restored or him by s Copeland of new York and a server finds a wide Range of spare and to serve As a social organization for its members. The orchestra will Endeavor to discover and Palo Alto ?" a laboratories have been established Here to develop geophysical instruments for detection of metallic ores beneath the Earth to surface by Means of radio Pope Pius i who collects Early thur capper of Kansas. The Middle of july 1859, and there were six deaths from the plague cd Tia Doe eni tnothe7ft-in that month. August deaths from the disease numbered 34 fancier Bernard Baruch collects Golf and Hunting. Some senators take to the out time activities. Actor also inventor. Rod Larocque is a skilled me o fiction. Carl h. P f or z doors for some Golf or a bit of Chan in and woodworker an a on septem r deaths numbered Heimer broker saves bibles and Hunting. Those wary of the threat list in photography and an expert �0. The epidemic seems to have Bas paid $60,000 for one. Ening Waistline Are Joe Robinson Model builder been controlled during the last a make use of available musical Tai i principles. Ent in the surrounding Community while the first Experiment with it shall help Foster High musical the instruments developed to Date ?� Are being made in locating Gold its governing body consists of deposits it is expected that even an executive committee composed i tally the same principles can be the fifth concert of the Racine symphony orchestra directed by Frederick Schulte will take place at the Mai Street theater the night of St Patrick to Day and will pay tribute to the Patron Saint of the Irish with the Jolly Irish reel a Molly on the Shore a by the australian composer Percy Grainger. The guest soloist with the orchestra tuesday will be Sallie love Bickel mrs. Harold Bicke who will appear first in two Soprano solos accompanied by the orchestra. They Are a serenade from Bizet to opera a Carmen a and an italian Lullaby written by Madero. John f. Carre pianist will accompany mrs. Bickel in her second group to a this three Long Days pergolas othe Birds Dwight Fisk and a Ospring dropped a song into my heart Fenner. Since this program is being sponsored by members of the woman to club of Racine members of its music department will act As Ushers. Announces program. Or. Schulte announces As the opening number of the orchestra the overture to supper to a opaque to j a r i vv4j l. Vav u a pc 3 a la us a a i. Iwo Story a 0� elected officers and one repro applied in the search for Copper Dame Quot with Solo for cello Ani week of that month no additional Tunney collects rare Wall of Arkansas. Key Pittman of be rages almost filled with equip tentative from the string Section Iron and other Mineral deposits. F0f.ce�? heaths Heine Borden Pur Aldous Huxley English a Vada Charles Mcnary of Oregon ment. Larocque has for and one from the combined brass deaths being recorded. Thor and de Wynn save hats of James Couzens of Michigan Ray patents on numerous inventions and woodwind sections they were not the first cholera All sorts. The latter has 300. Harrison of Mississippi and Fred among them being an improved deaths Here however As the the late representative Oliver Erick Hale of Maine cemetery records show that there Mitchell of Missouri willed to his was a death from that disease in heirs his collection of the letters Handy with the Rifle he has made rehearsals frequently Are Type of Lens Shade for cameras a Lowed by social sessions. David Reed of Pennsylvania is new kind of dry cell and a screen Fol 1854, of the alphabet excepting Only 245 out of a possible 250 bullets a a verses Point out Best test of love a which loved Best a of Lova you Mother a said Little John but forgetting hit work hit Cap wont on. And he was off to the Garden swing. Leaving his Mother the Wood to bring. Quot i love you Mother a said Little Nell a of love you better than Tongue can ?� then she teased and pouted half the Day till Mother rejoiced when she went to play. Quot i love you. Mother a said Little fan a today i la help you All i ?� to the Cradle then she did softly creep. And rocked the baby till it fell asleep. Then stepping softly she took the Broom and swept the floor and dusted the room Busy and Happy All Day was she. Helpful and cheerful As child could be. A of love you Mother a again they said three Little children going to bed. How do you think that Mother guessed which of them really loved her Best l g., Taylor ave relenting nature prepares to smile again aaa aaa stays Winter to Mien of reverie. Lest kiss of Spring. Take world unaware i Driver defends autos9 splashing dear editor after Reading what Quot a. ?� Liberty Street has to say about a Speed and splash Auto Drivers i am inclined to answer and we Tell Call this the a Ostand and scowl pedestrian. Now i have driven a car the past twelve years or More and have always tried my Best to is courteous to pedestrian s in general women in particular but i fear that of they do not use a Little More common sense in waiting for buses Etc. They will just have to keep on getting splashed. Let me Point out that the streets Are very narrow most places on a. Count of considerable Snow being pushed toward each curb by the Snow plows and very often the past several weeks when meeting a vehicle coming from the opposite direction i have had to drive in some water with the wheels on the right Side of my car in order to give the oncoming Driver his share of the Street. In some instances this happened at Street Corners where people were waiting for buses or streetcars and Resit sing that i nearly splashed or did my Leah water on them i looked tut to pm 8. Col t doctors fight epidemic. A or formed by twigs he picked up eyes. Records show drs. Talcott on strolls. J senator Tydings paints plays Tillapaugh Willison Clark Hoy lord Walter Rothschild of the the piano writes heavy books Teegarden and Wadsworth As banking House collected Albino j Hunts and fishes when he is not in fighting the plague. How Many animals and Birds. He had 501 the social whirl. Senator Walcott cases of recovery from the disease there were can not be ascertained As there is no health department record none being kept so far As can be Learned. Mound cemetery was opened in 1852, records show but there is no information As to burials in that cemetery until june 15. 1858, when the burial of John George Marquis took place. The records show a Large number of violent deaths but the outstanding ones Are those of George Copeland 31, who was killed when he fell from the Masthead of the Brig America on March 29, 1860, and that of Edward Harter 33, who died of injuries received when he fell from the North Western to High Railroad Bridge Jan. 12, 1890. Large number of unknown. It is estimated there Are More than 1,000 persons buried in the Northwest portion of Mound cemetery the bodies having been removed from Evergreen cemetery near Racine College and the cemetery formerly on the site of Winslow school on College Avenue. There Are no markers in that portion of the cemetery and the dead Are unknown. That portion then was known a Oas Public ground. In addition to these there Are believed to be approximately 2,000 other dead not identified but they Are scattered throughout the cemetery. The bodies removed from the two cemeteries and reburied in Mound cemetery were those of persons who died Between 1843 and 1872, records show most of them having been identified and buried in the West portion of the cemetery where the Graves Bear markers. Not All of the bodies were removed from those two cemeteries however As coffins were discovered in Evergreen cemetery a few years ago when land was eroded by the Lake. There Are three soldiers of the revolution and two of the War of 1812 buried in Mound cemetery that after exposure to sunlight illuminates a darkened room. A revolver Searchlight that in r in Hes in a of fools to Gold Oakland Calif. A Pyrites or a of fools to Gold a once the Ables a Marksman to fire in the heart breaking disillusionment of dark without using his sights was Early Gold seekers is netting d. A. Originated by Warner Baxter co j Mcdonnell $135,000 annually from turn to Page 4, column i la mine within the City limits. Honolulu to build International Airport Honolulu t. ?"wi�?"an International Airport will be included in improvements to the u. S. Army air base Here. New zealand officials have indicated their planes May use it a recheck Region. Angels Camp one of the Early Gold centers of California is being tested with the radio Gold finding instruments and in the end it is expected that All of the old bold regions of California will be rechecked by this latest development for any pockets or veins of Gold that 49�?ters and successors overlooked. Or. Gerhard Fisher in charge of the laboratories Here is one of the world to leading authorities and inventors in the application of radio. After completing his University training or. Fisher was called to Sweden As assistant Engineer in one of the largest technical plants of the country. He erected Sweden to first private Telephone station. Two collaborate. He was brought to Palo Alto by or. Frederick Holster the radio inventor. The two collaborated in the development of the Holster radio Compass and similar instruments of radio application. Or. Fisher himself is the inventor of the automatic aircraft direction finder. Requests Dixie wife 81 proposals come Turlock ?" ?"samuel Frank now known As a our lock to. Postal Don Juan a who sent a letter to gov. James v. Allred of Texas saying he wanted a South woodwind. Goldmark to a rustic wedding symphony bridal song and serenade will follow. Selections from the beloved peer gent suite no. I of Grieg a morning a a oases to death a a of Anitra to dance a and a oin the Hall of the Mountain King a together with mrs. Bickers first group and the bacchanal from Saint Saens a Samson and Delilah a will Complete the first portion of the program. After the intermission the orchestra will play the Brahms hungarian dances nos. 2 and 7 a Oclaire de Lune a from a suite Berga masque Debussy Mouton a Molly on the Shore and to conclude Offenbach to impressive overture a morpheus in the ?� in the opinion of or. Schulte this is perhaps the Best program which the orchestra has prepared for the present series. We play for students. The customary afternoon program for High school students made possible through the interest and support of Racine citizens will be presented by the orchestra for one hour at the Mai Street beginning at 4 30 p. In. The time of the evening program is 8 15. Persons who do not hold season tickets for the evening concert May obtain single admission tickets at the door for a nominal fee. A journal Tom photo. Resting from her mood of Winter violence nature creates a Placid moment to contemplate the Stark realities from which she will create the Miracle of Spring. Where she has been cruel she will be kind. Where she has been ruthless she will be gentle. Where she has been Bleak she will be Gay. And however temperamental unfailing in her ministrations to the final food of Man the picture was taken at the Pond on the grounds of the Horlick to malted milk corp. Police chief sets Honolulu fashion Honolulu a1 a police chief wife now has no doubts that this j a. A. Gabrielson believes Hawaii is leap year. Jan Jet Sellers should a Ogo Hawaii Frank received 81 replies to his Ian even if he has to give prizes request. To encourage them. Fesi Sippi Belles contributed when he introduced the Holo-28 Texas 22 Missouri 2 and flowing hawaiian dress As an 1i unofficial uniform along the californians who could not waterfront he staged a a of fashion qualify As Dixie Belles a were no i contest too years after the Hotoku serous. There were eight from wag worn in the islands. Turlock alone. The Southern girls however showed one marked Quality of chivalry Over their California rivals. All Dixie girls sent either self addressed stamped envelopes or at least Stamps for a reply. None of the California aspirants did. Arizona University tests Deer appetite Tucson ?"<# a the University of Arizona has concluded a two year feeding Experiment to determine what portion of the ranges should be allotted to livestock and what portion to wild life. Kansas Hunter traps two White opossums Chanute Kan up a albeit Briley Veteran Hunter who says he has seen a thousand or More opossums caught two White ones the first he Ever had seen. The Winner Hotoku. Received another holc office sets new time schedule starting monday the Home owners loan corp. Will have its collection office open from 9 a. In. To 5 p. In. And its general office open from 9 a. In. To 12 and from i to 5 p. In. Daily except saturdays when they will be open from 9 a. In. To i p. Rn., it was announced saturday. Weather Outlook Washington March 14.�?"<u.� a weather Outlook for the period of March 16 to 21 a for the Region of the great lakes Snow in East portion monday rain or Snow tuesday and in East portion wednesday and again about Friday frequent temperature changes but mostly near Normal. F

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