Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
10 May 1936

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10 May 1936

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 10, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Tomorrow your last Chance to buy cooking school tickets in Advance classes Start tuesday night memorial Hall a doors open at 7 p. In. If what our readers have to say i 0 ii Sun Day journal times bulletin is will be Paia for any comment lied t b i i column i vol. 6 no. 4. Racine wis., sunday May to 1936. Circulation Over 21,000 confusing lights hinder traffic dear editor i have a p express in Many Stop it and sign it a it the Wou Here Are near the a be go a by e i would like to Lumn. There Are lights in Racine de advertising rights. This makes for Drivers to Tell or go. I think it food plan to have not allow any red go signs. Thanks Cleveland ave plea to landlords about children dear editor sometime ago a Reader stated How hard it is to rent a Small place if Vou have a child or two. I can sympathize with Lier because i have had the same experience. In one place Barking abut Chil stairs. Of Ake some a speaking they Active than Many in children retire aves a quiet even and enjoyment Ere just a couple ire is much noise parties and dancer the night. So id consider these refuse to let a look at your Flat. I twelfth St baseball opens training of wild animals thrills spectators but it is science to Man dominating Iron Arena Louisiana to gift to films must lose Dixie accent by Hibert Johnson clawed the horse s Back with to attack the Man. From then on Tiger Loose a was the cry that talons of Iron. The horse screamed the Trainer has a wide Field open there were me through Dren were course cd noise but i Arentt Blower a do ran through the streets of St. Joe mo., one Day. The streets cleared in an instant and Reuben Castang animal train to him for originality. Habit is cultivated. No animal Ever is allowed to backslide. Each thing done one Early a Ning pc in Man occupy and Hil ing till landlord f of i Mother As his flesh was torn to shreds. Reuben Castang ran to the Tiger and ripped him off the horse with or dashed for the railway Yards is bar it Viand a maddened Tiger Day must be done the next Day in from which the cry came. A Tram that dad Klod in is up. E exactly the same Way. The Force next moment the Tiger was Over the Gates and away. He was the Tiger had run into trapped in a Blind Alley and coaxed into a shifting Den. The horse had knocked a Cage from a train and the fall had sprung open the Cage door the railway Yards where he was i Wondy that drive Rainy Day up some does no to ha1 lift out of this asks a twists Aid on Rainy Days dear editor sow Many motorists in the streets on a Ever thought of picking unfortunate person that Ive a car and give them a f the rain. I am sure that id be appreciated by the person that was helped. Last Mott Dav was a Good example of a time when a lift would have been appreciated. There were Many people that stood at the bus stops and waited for the bus Only to be disappointed by the fact that the bus was too crowded to Stop for More people. If some thoughtful person would Only be kind enough to pick up a few persons that were going his Way what a great help it would be. Thanks to this column it to a great place to express our opinions. L. A., Mound ave Reader s suggestions Quarry life guard dear editor i think we should have a life guard stationed at the a of new Quarry on Highway 38 this summer. Many swimmers who went swimming in the old Quarry will now swim in the j new Quarry because of the former j being drained. Many parents will i not let their children swim in the new Quarry because of the danger of drowning. Life guards would eliminate this. The placing of life guards at the new Quarry would also take Many people off of our overcrowded beaches. We appreciate the bulletin very much. P., Prospect St trapped. The animal men searched led. The railway Yards. Although they saw the living coals of the Tiger to eyes he eluded capture. A horse was standing inside the Gates. With a great leap the Tiger Bride contest slated again 30 organizations plan to Aid 10th annual event. Training methods vary. The life of the wild animal Trainer is one of the most thrilling of habit is killed easily by laxity in a single item. A slight deviation from the Rule May bring an attack by the animal. One Trainer was charged when he carelessly tapped his Riding whip on the ground. Another Trainer used the animal to Force of to the Spectator the most prosaic habit to save the Man by giving to the Trainer. Animal training is a pure science to the Trainer and there is Little Romance in pure science. There is no Standard method of training wild animals. There Are fundamentals which All trainers observe but once the animal grasps these the Field is open for originality. It should be noted that a of taming and a of training Are two distinct ideas. A of taming is inducing the animal to abandon its natural fierce disposition so far As to come under human control and be More or less sociable with Man. A of training advances one step More to turn to Page 2, col. I u. S. Job office hold position Racine Bureau second to Milwaukee in Wisconsin. Preparations Are under Way for the tenth annual first june Bride teach the animal those tricks seen event which again will be Spon i the Iron Arena. Sorted by the Racine journal times. In the Short time since pre habit is Trainer to weapon. An animal learns through habit. Luminaries were started More than by keeping the animal in Lgnor-30 Well known Racine Organiza Ance of his Power tons have signified their intentions of co operating it was an makes a Pupil of him. Racine s government Emoroy ment office retained its position of second highest in Wisconsin during april according to r. D. Scoon director. While there was a slight falling off in the demand for workers in the Trainer private employment with a result the Trainer ing drop in placements the record today Belles meet red sox on Horlick Diamond in state league tilt Racine Belles Kosloski of. Tapson is. Pelka 3b. Madsen of. Gerken of. Cruthers 2b. Niepow la. Stoakes c. Murphy c. Sullivan p. Tomek p. Milwaukee red sox ohm of. Adlam is. Kubek of. Sherbarth la. Brooks of. Mudlaff 2b. Casey c. Walentowski 3b. Laufer p. Wosniak p. Paust p. Utility Racine Bartholomew p. Hartman a Livorsi of. Walenta of. Derringer of. Milwaukee Smith of. Krystowiak of. Ranquette c. Wisconsin state league baseball returns to Racine this afternoon Adlam state league Veteran at shortstop. John Smith with club. John Smith former Washington Park High school athlete and member or several Racine Amateur teams during the past few seasons will appear with the red sox in an Utility role along with John Krystowiak Milwaukee. A Large delegation of Milwaukee rooters will be on hand for the game since a caravan of 50 when the 1936 Racine Belles meet Dutoi scheduled to accompany the red sox to Racine. The Milwaukee red sox at William Horlick athletic Field at 3 p. In. Bounced today. These responses he is to succeed in his task. Must demand prompt obedience if was sufficiently impressive to keep it next to that of the Milwaukee Are attributed to the successes of when the Trainer receives an office. The similar events sponsored by this animal fresh from the Jungle he newspaper in the past. Supply and demand for sets about gaining the animal to labourers on farms As Well As that Trust. The beast is Given a clean for first class machinists was about Cage and supplied with food Only even or. Scoon said. There was the Trainer is allowed near the not a sufficient demand to absorb Cage. With quietness and self the unemployed common labourers Possession the Trainer lulls the about 3,000 men Are on the Acap Nial from his nervous fear of his Tive files for private employment now the director asserted. This after six weeks a Collar with a includes about 1.600 men who Are lows by the better films league of Chain is slipped around the neck working on spa projects too on 1 Racine. This particular phase of of the sleeping animal. A chair is spa contract projects and 150 on � the league to work is under the i put in the Cage. When the animal Section of mrs. John Beau. A Oak is accustomed to the chair the technically considered unemployed signifies adult interest a of a Young Trainer calmly walks into the Cage or. Scoon explained. And sits in the chair. Animal is released. Louisiana to latest gifts to the films Ann Evers top and Wilma Francis Bottomore diligently attempting to forget their Southern accents. Hollywood actresses can to drawl. These girls were signed because they were unusually attractive and talented but they must overcome their accents before there can be a real place for them. The a Southern drawl a charming As it is in fiction and often in real life becomes a Handicap because a film player must be easily understood in dialogue. In Many parts of the country the drawl is regarded As a foreign language. One More Day to get tickets can order cooking school seats by Tele phone better films league announces its ratings for month of May rating on motion pictures for new surroundings the month Are announced As Fol mormons plan work plan to remove All members of sect from Federal Relief r stay off grass motorists urged dear editor at this time of the year we property owners take great Pride in fixing our Yards and gardens. There Are quite a number of motorists who make a habit of using private driveways in order to make j a Quick turn. We have no objection to this whatsoever providing they stay on the Concrete but most of them do not. In their haste they for j get about everything but where they Are bound for. How can we keep our front Yards looking neat when some careless Drivers keep cutting up the lawns. One party even went As far As to drive right through the shrubbery. J there is no better Way than through your Good old sunday bulletin in which to make this plea to these careless Drivers. So motorists after this when you find it necessary to use other folks to driveways won to you please stay on the driveway thanks for the bulletin. M. P., Center St grateful to Driver who had Good brakes dear editor Horray for or. X with the Good brakes in his car he stopped in time to save the Hie of my child to explain Early i is last monday evening we returned from a Short trip. Our Driver stopped on the opposite Side of the Street from where we live on main Street. My Little 4-year-old boy apparently was overjoyed at seeing Home again and in spite of my warning a Walt until i get out of the car to Cross the Street with you a he dashed across the Road amidst the screeching of brakes in the foggy night. I did not witness the scene but our Driver said the child narrowly escaped being hit and injured or possibly killed. Or. X kindly stopped to explain the situation and we readily agreed that it was our fault. That is i readily agreed with what words i could speak for my brain was in a muddle and words could no to come. Or. X drove on and after i recovered my senses i realized i had t thanked him for his alertness in applying his very Good brakes. Id spite of it having been Van fault. I think this incident can l guru to Page 8, column i people to a oct children to. A these three a a. Y. A Olove before breakfast a a. Y. A Robin Hood of Al Dorado a a. Y. Old pea projects and who arc j Salt Lake ?"a Broad j the plan criticized persons Dis if spa workers Are offered Pri i pro Kram 10 remove 88 000 of its posed to become paupers. All afternoon games at Horlick Field this season will begin at 3 mayor William j. Swoboda will p in unless otherwise scheduled hurl the first Ball for the Belles admission Price is 35 cents for while members of the City coun adults and to cents for children cil the William Horlick athletic Field commission and a capacity crowd of Racine fans Greet the Classy team which manager Harry Cohen has assembled. No matter How a of rights the mayor appears to be on his first pitch however he will give Way to lefty Sullivan and the first game of the season will officially begin. In a sense the Racine Belles return to the state league today As champions since the last Racine team to compete in the circuit won the Pennant in 1930. Actually the Madison blues who meet the Sheboygan chairs in the opening game at Sheboygan this afternoon Are defending champions having won the 1935 Pennant in a playoff series with the chairs. Sullivan to pitch. As previously stated lefty Sullivan will hurl for the Belles with either Al Stoakes or Leo Murphy coach and Reserve Catcher behind the plate. Johnny Tomek Racine boy who pitched winning baseball for University of Wisconsin in the big ten for three years and is scheduled to report to Des Moines at a later Date will also be in uniform and May get into the game for the Racine team. Hoffman who hurled three years for Purdue University and Les Bartholo one Day remains in which housewives of Racine May notify themselves with tickets for the annual journal times cooking and homemaking school. They May be obtained in Advance monday from 9 a. In. To 12, and from i to 5 p. In. At the journal times office. Thereafter it will be necessary to buy them at the door in memorial Hall where the school will be conducted from tuesday evening until and including Friday evening. A great demand has been shown for tickets this year As in years past and Many have taken advantage of the Opportunity provided this year for the first time to assure themselves of in Advance. All who obtain Mew Southpaw with some major j Advance tickets will be certain of vate employment they must re i members in Utah Idaho Nevada league and considerable minor a work hurts no one and there is league experience will also be on when the beast is released from Spond immediately or they will be j California Arizona Wyoming and nothing so dangerous As idleness a the Chain the Trainer takes his relieved of their spa jobs if the j Canada from Federal and other re 1 he asserted. A laziness is Conta life in his hands. From now on prevailing wages Are offered the a House of a thousand candles failure in any of the training Steps director declared. A family. �?o13 hours by air a family. A sutters Gold a family. A March of time a family. A House of Rothschild a family. A lost patrol Quot a family. A dancing lady a a. Y. A or. Deeds goes to town Quot a family. A Connecticut Yankee Quot a family. A song and dance Man Quot a family. A Oah wilderness a a. Y. C. Mature. A othe right to live a a. Y. A Orose Marie Quot a family. May mean disaster perhaps death j to the Trainer. When major spa projects which if the Trainer the City is planning get under Way i urch the plan has As its immediate i or Scoon said a close spirit of hand. I in the outer Garden for the Belles will be George Gerken for Lief Rolls and put them to work has pious and it has caught the whole Mer Milwaukee Brewer Fly Hawk ?� been announced by president Heber j. Grant of the a of mormon Claude Madsen heavy hitting l. D. S. Church leaders for More j fielder with an impressive record senses an attack he slips out the the number of employed will be door. The Trainer uses the chair materially increased he stated As a defense weapon its bristling j legs tend to Puzzle the animal co operation exists Between private when the Man flicks the animal employees and the Public employ on the nose with a stick several ment office and that this is proving times the beast generally retreats highly beneficial to All concerned when the animal is no longer militant the Trainer ventures to pet or rub him with a stick. With food As a bait the animal is taught to lie Down and stand up at command. Fire aids cheat Findlay Ohio a 0j.r a a new version of an old Racket netted a Confidence Man $5 in a bakery shop. While the clerk to Back was the next crucial moment in the turned the a of customer set fire to _ ,. Y c training period comes when the the Wax paper on a loaf of bread Arma is a Jmaj is released in a larger Cage in her confusion the clerk Cav mature. A Othree live ghosts Quot of Amily. Larger Cage in her confusion the clerk gave where he has a better Opportunity the customer too much change. Goal accumulation of sufficient food clothing fuel and a Means of shelter in Ward and regional store houses by next october to care for needy during the coining Winter. Ultimately the program is aimed to provide work and financial Independence for All need a Church members. The Effort is reported to be the first non Federal Effort in the nation to remove unemployable from government Rolls. Work hurts no one. President Grant in announcing than a year have urged their members to forsake Federal Dole. The new Church Relief administration is headed by Melvin j. Ballard member of the 12 apostles and will operate through the Sec in several minor leagues and vie Kosloski Southpaw with a Strong throwing Arm. Roy Niepow will be stationed at first base. Press Cruthers Field Captain will handle second base with George Pel ular divisions of the Church each \ a at third and Danny Tapson at stake and Ward having its Central shortstop committees. Thirteen regional j Walenta Frank Livorsi John and Norm Derringer store houses in Utah and Idaho will Racine boy Are with the team in yellow Asphalt used to Mark streets Stockholm a up a traffic lines of yellow Asphalt sunk flush with the pavement Are to be used on Stockholm to streets in place of painted lanes. The Asphalt is manufactured at a City owned Plant and it is claimed that the new lines will not Chip Peel or lose their color. Picture shows Racine civic Center As proposed by Engineer Breivogel be set up. To grow beets. The first make work project announced is the growing of sugar beets. Ballard said nearly 230 acres will be leased at a rate of $1.00 a ton Utility roles. House of David Ace. Harry Laufer Ace of the House of David team to pitching staff for seven years with an average of better than 25 wins per season will pitch for the Milwaukee red philippine islands expand 46west Point Manila. A a a the philippine National military Academy at j Baguio the a of West Point of the islands is being enlarged. The capacity of the Academy will be increased from 60 to 350, thus assuring trained officers for the National army by the time the islands gain Independence in 1945. Association sponsors wine handling school Petal Una ?" a the retail grocers association is sponsoring a wine school for instruction in wine handling. The Cutter Ric ulum includes win buying Selling conservation handling serving and tasting. For beets raised. The Utah Idaho j sox. Other hurlers whom Mana sugar company will provide the seed and blowing and harvesting will be done on a Community cooperative basis. Plots of from 5 to to acres will be assigned to i Quot div dual families to irrigate and care for during the growing season. Ballard said to accumulate needed commodities it is planned to is Ger Eddie Stumpf and his partner Al Moran Are bringing to Racine Are Harry Wosniak submarine Ball Pitcher and Don Paust giant right hander who was with Sauk City last season. Bob Casey Well known to Racine fans will catch with Ellsworth Ranguette in Relief. Tony Kubek right fielder who Stablish Canning centers Wood i batted Over .300 consistently for the above picture shows How the proposed Racine civic Center will look Many years from now when it is completed. The idea was explained in a special Story in last sunday to bulletin written by City planning Engineer Milton w. Breivogel. These plans Call for the City acquiring All the property Between the court House and the Lake Clearing them off and creating a mall there with walks Flower Beds Etc. It will give a Clear View of the Lake from the Wisconsin feet Steps of the court House. The plan also Calls for constructing a drive along the Beach. Yards sewing rooms and other conservation projects. The regional store House will be expected to collect and preserve All surplus commodities such As foodstuffs feed for livestock clothing new and used furniture new and used from any Ward within the Region from tithing in kind and private donations or from Community projects. Surplus commodities beyond the needs of any Ward will be sold or bartered to other regional store houses. Urges co operation. President Grant declared if unemployment is to be solved it must be done by All the people working together and helping each other find employment and if the Start is made this season More preparations can be made for other seasons and the project extended so that it will become a material Benefit and absorb a Large percentage of the unemployed the Milwaukee Brewers for five seasons will be in the Outfield for the sox along with Mandy Brooks and a of Bobby ohm who was with Peoria in the three i league in 1935. Around the infield Stumpf will have Russ Sherbarth at first base Mudlaff on second Norm Walentowski 17-year-old Rookie who is already signed for a trial with the Milwaukee Brewers in 1937, on third base and Jimmy weather notes seats for As Many nights As they have tickets and they will not have to stand in line As they have been compelled to before. Will deliver tickets. Those who do not Avail themselves of the Opportunity of purchasing tickets in Advance however May get them at the window in memorial Hall As Long As seats Are available. For the convenience of purchasers Telephone orders will be accepted for four or More tickets and they will be delivered. A splendid selection of prizes is to be offered this year. Three grand prizes Are a $116.50 Moore s vanity Gas Range super insulated with Robertshaw oven heat control and Hilo broiler the gift of Mohr Jones hardware store a $18.75 Hamilton Beach food mixer and a Fox ice co. Air conditioned Cooperator. 25 prizes daily. Twenty five other prizes consisting of food baskets containing Many articles used in the Home will be Given away daily. Merchandise in these baskets will be supplied by lever bros., Robert a. Johnson Gunther to progressive Dairy co., Oster Gaarde to Kellogg co., Clorox chemical co., k. C. Baking powder co., Berry chemical co. And Mohr Jones Blatz brewing co., c. Amp j. Beans a. Amp p. Stores Hills bros., Gold medal flour Mohr Jones Kohlmann to inc., w. S. Buffham amp sons Cook Gere co., Doering to jewelry store Christensen dry goods co., Wal Fred manufacturing co., Gossard shop Kuehnemann to Independent packing House Market and Public fruit Market. Doors of memorial Hall will be open each evening at 7, and sessions will Start at 7 30. Chicago May 9. A of a the weather Outlook for the period of May la to May 16 for the Region of the great lakes considerable precipitation in the upper lakes Region during the week but generally fair in lower lakes first of week with precipitation Middle or latter part temperature mostly near or above Normal Britain welcomes Home a deserter London a a British army authorities have decided not to claim As a deserter private John m. Crees who took French leave of the Wiltshire regiment in Hong Kong 16 years ago and has just returned to England from the United states to rejoin his Mother

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