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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 24, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin I i what our readers have to say. C$1 we a a Paia far to any comment Ivd i in til 11 Caiman j sunday journal times bulletin vol. 4-no. 49. Racine wis., sunday March 24,1935. Circulation 19,500 i becoming peeved Over houses without numbers dear editor there is something which Peeve me very much. I would like to Call it my a Opet peeves but i Haven t had it Ion enough for it to becom a pet. Thus i write this with the Hope that perhaps certain Peeve makers will read this end keep my present Peeve from becoming an abhorred pet. The cause of my Peeve or combination of peeves rather is the prevalence of houses throughout the City without numbers or with unintelligible numbers upon them. It la Nice to get a delivery Job. But not if you have to inquire at five houses to locate one. This would t i need to be done if All houses had a lain readable numbers upon them. He House finding Job becomes even harder and slower after dark. There might As Well be no numbers As White numbers on a White Bons or Brown numbers on a Brown House As is often the Case. As a final Pica i beg and beseech be who live in numberless houses or the equivalent to put or paint numbers someplace where they can be found at any time and read at night without standing on the porch railing and lighting matches at a Penny a Box. If something in t done pretty soon another a Opet peeves shall but a , and the fewer of those and Gerals the better methinks. I yours truly r. H. Washington ave dislikes hearing Hauptmann praised dear editor what is this world coming to when characters like Hauptmann Are praised and our own american citizen Lindy is hissed it seems unbelievable but i overheard a conversation recently which would Lead us to believe the Quot Little Eagle Quot is still alive and in Chinatown because the father objected to his being dark and resembling his Mother and had him kidnapped also the baby was feeble minded a no one year old child would reach for his first birthday cake Candle of that were True. Its a wonder when people of such Caliper Are wandering Loose that there Aren t Mote hideous crimes committed. B. A. Deane blvd phone advertising called unfair dear editor there is a cheap kind of advertising used by some Racine firms which is really an imposition upon the housewife. When you have to come up from the basement or Down from the attic to answer the j Telephone Only to be asked if you want to buy some article or service you feel you Are being victimized. It certainly does not cause of to be inclined to make Pur i chases from the calling and Only politeness keeps you from asking a oif All of Racine to firms used this method what would we Ever get done besides answering the phone a Only a few firms do this and i wish they would see How futile As Well As unfair it is. This does not apply to solicitation by philanthropic societies. D. J. Riverside drive views bicycle Sheds As Aid to pupils dear editor this is not a pet Peeve but merely a suggestion. There Are Many children who have bicycles and would take them to school if it were not for the danger of having them stolen. In these Days they Ere not Safe to he left outside the school. I done to think that it would he very expensive to have a bicycle shed built in connection with the school especially the Junior High and senior High schools. This would be a Good project for the Bra men to work on. I am sure that it would he greatly appreciated by the High school students As they have the longest distance to go to school. I would like to hear comments on this subject from other students. The first thing i look for on sunday is the bulletin. Three cheers Ai. P. St. Clair St agrees scouts should be supported dear editor i agree with to n. Haves ave in thar scouts should he Quot hacked up by the people of Racine. I know that the scouts have worked hard for everything that they have needed and Many times their attempts to earn some Money have been unsuccessful because of Lack of co operation. The twirl scouts do need some help and will appreciate any Aid offered by the citizens of Racine. Sincerely l. T. Howland ave Racine leaders Assal Townsend pension plan world to smallest motorcycle made for Racine boy gives adults thrills goes Iso Miles on one gallon of fuel vehicle attains Speed of 35 can carry 200 pounds. Says go to movies and forget politics a editor cast sunday i visited a downtown movie House. And. Boy was there a crowd. Well i had to stand and wait for almost an hour before i got a Chance to sit Down. It seems to me that that s a pretty Good sign. I la Tell you this much. Things can to he so bad of people can patronize the shows. Personally i think it to a Fine thing to do. Of More people went to the movies instead of getting All hot and bothered about some political trouble we would have a better world. I am Only 15 years old. Hut i think i m right. Let the senators in Washington or Madison for that matter make the speeches. Your very truly. H. U of the St advises persons with colds to stay Home dear editor persons with had colds should not frequent densely populated Public places such As Heaters libraries and court rooms. Who in the world can keep his mind on a fast developing plot in a show or a slow developing plot in a Book or a frustrated plotter in a courtroom if the person in front of you. Next to you or in Back of you. Or All three Are maintaining a continual barrage of coughs sneezes and sniffles not Only is it disconcerting but it is dangerous also. One person can cure a cold at Home in three Days but that same person if he frequents Public places not Only plants sure growing cold germs in every person near him. Hut he perpetuates his own affliction also. A ure one cold and you have prevented a thousand and the Only cure is the stay at Horae it . But perhaps if everyone with colds were to stay at Home e Erv Reet and store and Public place mild he As empty As i Uncle Sam s it cd. Of a Al nut tells difference in phone conversations dear editor when two women get on a Telephone there nothing w hich brings out More clearly the difference Between a Man and woman than the Way in which every Man � of every woman talks a the Telephone. The Man Law a s finds it hard turn to Page ?. Column 5 Al Costabile of the police department hands Raymond Boehm jr., 7 years old a ticket for speeding. At that Young Raymond files a protest telling Al that his motorcycle the smallest in the world it is believed is so popular with men of his acquaintance that he does no to get much Chance at it himself. It has been an amusing sight since the motorcycle was completed to see six footers legs very much akimbo getting their a of turn around the Block on the smart Little vehicle. Made by father. H. Boehm of the Boehm sign company assisted by his brother Richard and by Burt Rowley completed the baby motorcycle in six weeks. It operates like a a of grownups motorcycle. The gasoline tank holds one pint. The Carburettor i equipped with an cleaner. There Are head and Tail lights a Brake and Gas control. The Small motorcycle runs Between 30 and 3 5 Miles an is a control to reduce the Speed to 15 Miles when Raymond or. Uses it. Or. Boehm estimates i that the motorcycle uses a gallon of Gas to 150 Miles by test. Is Apt Driver. It took the Young owner Only about five minutes to learn to operate the motorcycle. He was absorbed in each step of its development and was Well versed in the principle of driving when the motorcycle was completed. Quot How much will it carry a or. Boehm admits that 200- Pound men have Ridden on it. Raymond who lives at 2056 Deane Boulevard is now a a High Mogul in his neighbourhood. He is. However generous in dispensing a of turns to those Able to operate his vehicle. Liking peanuts fatal to 2-year-old Conneaut. ?" . A Little Shirley Mae Benton was just two but she had Learned to like peanuts. Just As her Mother took the dish away from her thinking she d had. Enough shit Ley Mae grabbed a a of Veat big handful to to and gulped them Down enthusiastically. As she did. She choked a Little and began to cough. She coughed some the next Day and everyone thought Shirley Mae must have a cold. But one extra big heave brought up a Peanut. Then she was rushed to an Erie pa., specialist. He found the i child to lung tissues had been in lured by the Salty nuts apparently imbedded there until it was expelled. Pneumonia developed and Shirley Mae got worse. Luckily she fought for life but finally lost. Impractical dangerous they Call some believe some plan is needed but not this one. Veterans to Council to Honor David Oram at easter Ball Raymond Boehm .ir., gets Quot tick it to Snappy Ball games recalled in Days of old maroons club police solve life and death Puzzle Lynn mass a Uris Lynn police solved a difficult problem which arose during taking of the state census. Patrolman Charles Kerivan wrote the name of a Man on the census card. He was alive then but w Hen it came time to transcribe it on a polling card the Man had died. Kerivan asked his Superior. Quot is a Man recorded As dead or alive if he Dies after his name is taken and before the i enumerator leaves the House a it was decided that the deceased should he counted in the census hut not included in the polling list. Award princesses pc Best dancer prize \ i ?" or a Quot of t dancers among the austrian aristocracy j w As the title conferred on Prin a Cess Marielis Star Hemberg and Margrave Alexander Pallavicini at j an exclusive Ball Here held during the so called carnival season. Princess Star Hemberg is the wife i of Prince Ernest Riediger Star Hemberg. Vice Chancellor of Austria and chief of the fascist Helm i w Ehr. By see m. See i the great outdoors always has been loved by Racine to business and professional men. The doctors and the lawyers in the a Way Back when Days found great sport in baseball and both had Strong teams which met annually. They were Clannish in that respect and they never played against men in the merchandising game or with others but they stuck to their professions and witnesses of the games have gone on record As saying they were exciting and professional in nature. In Plain English they played Good baseball. Livers of Frosh air. They were not alone in that however a demonstrated by men it enrolled in the business men to Outing club. They. Like the doctors and the lawyers believed in enjoying As much of the open As possible and their Leisure hours were spent in the great open spaces. In Early Days no better known club than the maroons existed. The City quarters were on Thesee Ond floor at the Northwest Corner of state and Ontario streets. The club had a Camp above the dam on he River and it was there Many of the members spent their summer nights. Be afternoon a group of businessmen was invited to the summer ramp and one of them seeing a Bat and indoor Hall on the ground suggested a game. A nine was selected and playing began. That was the beginning of a series j of contests w Ith other teams which ran for several years. The group which organized the business men s Outing club selected a site for a Camp on the East Side of the River and a Frame cottage was built there. Once each week a game of playground Ball was placed with some other team. The club was Host to Many men of accomplishment men who had worked their Way into Congress and into various state legislative positions. There were big dinners entertainments and the history of that organization still lingers in the minds of the few surviving members. Ria Xvi at Ravinia Park. It was in 1907 that the club flourished and in that year and the one following games were played with a number of Strong visiting teams. Teams from various groups in the City some from Kenosha and others from Waukegan challenged the businessmen s aggregation and there existed for several years the greatest rivalry Between local and visiting teams. A game which stands out More prominently in the minds of the surviving members is that which was played with a Waukegan team at Ravinia Park then the music Center of this Section of the country. It was an exciting contest h it As far As known there is no one in Racine who remembers the outcome. The teams which Carne out Seo Jond Hest were obliged to foot the i Cost of the dinner which followed in the Racine Camp. Suggested Lloyc it tuning. The club membership was not interested solely in outdoor sports but it took in interest in civic matters As Well. Its members suggested and gave much Aid in promoting the great Homecoming event of 1900 w Hen hundreds of former Racine residents came Back to a othe old Home town and visited for a week or More. While the aspect of the Townsend pension plan allowing $200 a month for persons Over co years of age has changed considerably in the last two weeks several prominent Racine citizens have expressed themselves definitely on the idea. Or. Paul Hahn one. Of Racine to leading younger physicians says of the plan a othe average United states income from All sources per capita for the last few years has been j slightly Over $300. The average earned income is slightly Over $1,-i 200 per capita. Asked to add Burden. J a suddenly the taxpayer Over and above his present crushing tax Burden is asked to put on the payroll Over 10,000.000 More tax eaters. And to put them on in style. Townsend ites Are asked to be satisfied with Only seven or eight times the per capita income of their country. Granting that at j Over 6 5 years of age the average wife would not be gainfully employed a couple at that age or 1 older Are asked to get along on Only four times the average earned income of their country. A people with a sense of humor must enjoy learning that there is already dissension. It is Over the fact that the two Hundred dollars must be spent in the United states. The mope erudite Townsen Dite wishes to fill out his or her remaining it cars with travel in foreign countries. A of can Only advise Townsend to disciples in the words of Mark Twain All the dream Marks Are there in to surprised you did not recognize it ?t product of depression. Rev. Thomas k. Frizelle prominent member of the Racine ministerial association makes the following statement regarding the Townsend plan a othe upset of these depressive years has been responsible for the Many plans which have been presented to the american people looking toward the amelioration of distress and the removal of the causes of our woe. Undoubtedly the spirit Back of Many of these j suggestions is most commendable and praiseworthy but if Ever there i wan a Day for sound reasoning and Wise leadership for Well thought i out plans for the general Good surely that Day is now. A of am not an economist but the Townsend plan As i understand it raises questions which should give i one ?� wonderful. Impractical. Grover f. Miller of Miller Bros. Turn to rage 5, col. I picture of City s last g. A. Man to be on programs. David Oram the Only surviving member of governor Harvey Post g. A. R., will be honoured by the Racine county veterans to Council composed of All of the Veteran groups in the county with the exception of the american legion in connection with this year to easter Ball which is to be held monday april 22 in memorial Hall. The program this year will be dedicated to or. Oram who has the distinction of holding All of the offices of the Post from commander Down. One by one the members died leaving or. Oram to Complete the history of one of the first and largest posts in this state. As a Mark of respect and Friendship on the part of the younger veterans or. Orams to picture will appear on the programs. I the committee in charge of the a a. I Ball has been busily engaged in it Oil cell coh to give j preparation for this year to event and at present is completing the program which will include one of the Best orchestras obtainable. It so far has made no Choice but announcement will be made soon. Winslow to hear doctor address monday at Franklin or. High. Or. Sara Janson physician surgeon and nationally known lecturer will be principal speaker at a f mass meeting of the Quot Winslow school Parent teacher association at the Franklin Junior High school \ gymnasium monday March 2 5. The lecturer is described As a woman of exceptional vitality and j enthusiasm and one w Hose hobbles include fishing and boating. She 1 was born of Pioneer parents and roared in a Home where there were Only three Hooks the Bible j Pilgrim to Progress and Webster to dictionary and very few of the comforts. Using vacation topic. Or. Janson will use As her subject monday evening a vacation ing in Tho wilds of Northern ?� each year she and her husband a Chicago attorney spend. Three months in travel a great i Deal of this time is spent beyond the further most outposts with Only Indian guides for travelling companions and with canoes As the Only Means of transportation. She describes Tho Aurora boreal is and its effects upon the superstitious Indian tribes and other unusual aspects of tile far North. Admission is free and the affair is open to the Public. A free will offering May be made it was announced. The musical program will include numbers by the Franklin Junior High orchestra under the direction of miss Fink selections by the euphonic quartet and baritone solos by William Humphreys. Top Row left to rights Ezra l Evans. Harry j. Leonard Dave Johnson Steve Benish. Second Row left to rights Quot Uncle George Wright. William r. Pugh Al Stoffel. Third Row left to rights John o. Wagner John e. Rowland. Theodore Schulte Jerry a Anyee. Harry idling Frank Haas. Lower Row left to rights Phil Shenkenberg. Louis Wischman Quot Cape George Byron. Symphony concert at St. Catherine to tuesday evening one of the Best planned and j most elaborate of symphony con j certs of the series will be presented at St. Catherine s auditorium at 8 15 p. In. Tuesday. Those who do not have season tickets May obtain \ tickets for the one evening at the j door at a nominal Price. The affair tuesday evening will be sponsored by the music department of the woman s club of Racine with mrs. Frederick Foster chairman. The guest group participating in the program tuesday night will be the Kine arts octet. This includes Ellen Schlender Clara Hilker Edna Evans and Charlotte Worum. Hugh Rowlands Russell Lewis William Piggins and Donald Evans with Alfred r. Hilker. Accompanist. From the opening overture from Schubert a Rosamunde Quot to the closing number. Quot the merry wives of Windsor a the concert will offer scintillating variety for music lovers members of the committee promised. Workmen find a dirty to Lakeside. ?" or a workmen struck Quot dirty when they Tore Down an old milk depot Here. As they removed the floor they found scores of Nickels and dimes which had fallen through cracks during the year. A Friendly scramble followed the amount obtained was not revealed. Sims Culbertson will launch Duel at cards monday what probably will be the most discussed Bridge match Ever played is scheduled to Start tomorrow. After a word Battle that has lasted for years Ely Culbertson and p. Hat Sims have agreed to fight it out with the cards. This will bring together two of the most colourful personalities in Bridge. Culbertson is internationally famous As the originator of the approach forcing method of bidding a system used by probably do per cent of the players. Sims Long has been recognized As one of the world to Best players and the system associated with his name has Many followers. Opposite types. Apart from their interest in Bridge the two men Are of radically different types. Culbertson is tall and thin and likes nothing better than to devote his spare time to study and research Sims is a very big Man interested in Tennis Golf shooting and the like. The terms of the match Call for 150 rubbers. Two sessions of six rubbers each Are to be played on five Days each week for three weeks. Each contestant is to play with his wife unless illness prevents. In which Case a substitute May be selected from a specified list. Wives expert players. Josephine Culbertson and Doro thy Sims while not As Well known As their famous husbands Are worthy of a place in any list of master players. Mrs. Culbertson even before her marriage was considered a Bridge authority and in addition to winning Many important titles has contributed an important part to the formulation of the Culbertson system. Mrs. Sims is a w Riter and sculptress of note and is a super master of psychic bidding. In championship matches duplicate is usually played but this match will be the regular rubber game. The results from session to session of course will largely depend on the run of the cards. However Over the 1,000 hands it is estimated will he played mathematicians believe the Factor of Luck will be practically negligible. Detroit gives least to Community Chest Detroit. A a among to Large cities of the country Detroit gave the least Money per capita to its Community Chest and Cincinnati the most according to figures pre anted before 400 women in the first meeting of the women s mobilization for human needs. Detroit gave la per capita i while the nine other cities contributed the following sums per capita Washington $3.09 Cleveland Ruck Rogers paralleled by Mentor briton devising a Odeat rays a rocket planes sky curtain. By j. D. Roberts Fred Catley who has charge of making the appraisal of Home and business houses in this City has just received a copy of the it sunday express dated sunday feb. 24, 1935, from a Friend in London England containing an account of a lonely English inventor who is working in Wales to conquer the War and death. The Story was written by col. P. T. Etherton organizing Secretary of the Houston it. Everest flight. The. Inventor who found his Retreat by is known As a death Ray ?� before getting this nickname he was Harry Grindell Matthews from whom Tho British government bought a motor boat controlled by Light with guns that were fired by Searchlight beam. Works in lonely Section. Now in the midst of 31 Square Miles of territory leased from the Duke of Beaufort he is living in a Bungalow and Laboratory guarded by barbed fences and secret Ray burglar alarms. He found his Retreat by flying Over the Welsh mountains. He has i own Ai drome Large enough to receive bombing planes. Col. Etherton a personal Friend of the inventor is the Only Man. To reach his Retreat and obtain an. Interview from him. The interview As recorded in the sunday express follows in part a Osome of his work in nearing completion. Here Are his objects a Oto perfect a device for detecting the presence of submarines 30 Miles away. A Oto discover a Ray to kill disease germs. A Oto set up a new Aerial defence for London or any other City by rockets and steel apron we Thich will hang in the sky a Oto devise rocket planes to travel at the incredible Speed of six Miles a second with which. Man might be Able to reach Tho Moon. Rivals Jules Verne. A Othey Are objects so Fantast As to rival the imaginings of Jules Verne and h. G. Wells. But when you hear this quiet confident scientist talk about them you have to remember that in his Bungalow he already has machinery that will transmit rays Strong enough to kill a rat 60 feet away or Etoi it a motor car. A of have had a Ufa of thrilling adventure but i have never spent a More astounding weekend than on this visit to the lonely scientist. To a tit will be possible in time. He told me a to arrange an electric charge with lightning Speed to arrest planes in mid flight to Stop motors and internal combustion engines in their tracks. Would guard cities. A Othis Ray will naturally Cost a great Deal to operate Over Long ?t a Oan plane caught by his policeman tray would not. Be destroyed hut. With its engine useless would be forced to land. A Grindell Matthews is hard at work on defences against Aerial attack. This is his plan a rockets will soar thousand of feet High explode and pour out steel a Oraine attached to floats. The steel thin As silk thread will crash attacking planes. A oif warning were received of a raid on London for instance rockets would be shot to a height of 30,000 feet in 4 i seconds. The curtain giving Complete safety would surround London and citizens would he Able to sleep without fear of attack. A compare that with the time it takes an plane to Rise with cumbersome Aerial aprons of limited Range. A Oso far has Grindell Matthews progressed that there is a probability that he will give a demonstration in the summer. Foreign governments As Well As the British government Are eager for news of his work. Works on rocket plane. A next comes the rocket plane driven by Gas derived from liquid Hydrogen capable of terrific propulsion. Six Miles a second May be the Speed of an plane carrying it own fuel if Grindell Matthews succeeds. A that would reach the Moon 239,000 Miles away in less than 12 hours. � Germany France and Britain Are All interested in this amazing plan. Quot some time agon Grindell Matthews demonstrated to the French government his latest method of submarine detection. A Ohe told me he had perfected a Detector Able to operate at 30 Miles. A Grindell Matthews is a Genius $2.98 Minneapolis. $3.39 Cincin who is quietly harnessing the Natl $3.45 Philadelphia $2.07 1 in the service of humanity. Los Angeles. $2.08 St. Louis. A Ohe is probing the secrets of $2.14 Pittsburgh. $1.84, and Kan electricity and the hidden a a Sas City $2.8 5. He is taking the lid off the ?�

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