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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 12, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Felt what our readers have to say. Roll will be Paia far la a1 any comment i ted i a in the la column Ujj sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5-no. 4. Racine vis., sunday May 12, 1935. Circulation 19,500 dear editor Here is a Little poem i thought Many of the readers would like to read. Have Toi a Little Rascal copied have you a Little Rascal Quot who runs about the House Quot who gets in every Corner is As Nosey As a mouse does she open ail the Dresser drawers does she scatter pots and pan and when you tre Busy Reading Dee she tug and pull Jour hands h a \ e you a Little Rascal who jabber All the while Dot w Hen the company it Omea to Call won t even crack a smile does she play with empty bore in preference to it her toys. And w Hen von w ant her quiet. Jmes she make the loudest noise have you a Little Rascal who Tsas Busy an a Bee. A going every place at once peeing everything to see it a Little Ragamuffin w to thinks Shes pretty smart. Have you a Little Rascal we have. Bless tier heart >1 is. B. J. It we St Law a 3 boys demand a place to play dear editor we Are three real Hoy in elementary school and w ish to express our opinions of tile letter in the Munday bulletin written by j. La. Drove ave he said Quot children should not play Hall in the ?� where else can we play of we play in the Road Weare told to go into the Park and if we go into the Park we Are told to get out. Our Yards Are too Small to play in. Of we go to the schoolyard we Hurt ourselves on tile gravel and sometimes break windows. The Parks arc made to beautify the City. But it looks much belter to see children having a Good time. We thin k. Be ail Hope this will be printed for it Means a lot to la kids of our District. We Are glad to Hae this space tee express the children to opinion As we think All the children in Racine will Hae the same opinion. Thank j no vet my h for this paper. Yours truly a Othree Royse it ten a St it object to pictures then Don t look dear editor while Reading the article of m to Thurston axe about the a Rotten pictures seen by him in tavern windows. I was reminded of a Little Story which i wish to impart to him. And other like him. It seems that one evening a Man called the local police station and did the desk officer that he was i eing annoyed by a Young woman j in the House across the Street who had unc lad herself and was exercising before an open window an officer went to the House and. When the Young woman answered his Knock he told or that she would have to Stop exercising before the open window because her neighbors objected. The Young woman looked the policeman in the Aye and sad a Owell if he does t like it. Why does t he pull his window Shade Down a that i the advice i m giving you. M. W. Of you done to like the pictures in the tavern windows done to look at them you re not forced to you k now. Another things to the women in those pictures Are not Node. The Wear As much As the women on our Public beaches As much As your wife or daughter when she goes for a swim. M. W. Then too. There Are Many taverns without floor shows or a Rotten pictures in the windows to which you can take your famil of you care to do so. So m. To. If you Don t care to look a those pictures or sen the floor shows Lake the Voung woman s advice and a pull j our window Shade Down. Yours truly. A. G. Superior St Reader resents photos of dancers dear editor i wish to thank and compliment no w. Of Thurston Avenue for his letter in the bullets a of sunday. May i. I saw the same pictures and feel the same Way As he does about them and also do not think that Thev Are fit for our children to be looking St. I think it is about time that some of our City fathers or should i general overseers get Busy and try to make this City a Good clean place to live and bring up Good children. I am not a prohibitionist. I believe in Good clean tavern and unless they Are kept that Way we will a Ltd getting Ptohis hit Ion a k again i Hope that if our City fathers can t help us keep them c Ean that some of our organizations will. F Ani sure that our president d gtd pot s a in the repeal to have a Oside show set go w the it thanks very Rurh n h a it r u la e i a to c Bate it urges College for Racine students dear sir Many Parent worry about children going to College in can t think of it because then in Send them to an Otto Thev have to pay Hoard a Racine dancer pleases england9 s Crown Prince at Budapest when Marguerite Schuermann of i Racine danced before the Prince of Wale a few month ago in Budapest her was the Only act in which the heir to England to throne evinced any interest. So said Dis a Pat Clies from London. But that i Only one of the Many triumphs of the 20-year-old Racine girl daughter of or. And or. A. R. Scheurmann. 1732 Deane Boulevard who first went to Europe under a three months to contract and whose popularity a so pronounced that she. With the other girls of the a four speeds no brakes it act Are now nearing the end of the third year of highly successful appearances in the leading countries of the old world. Audience Willi 1��h�. Marguerite known As Marjorie Lee on the stage has danced for Mussolini. She has been granted an audience with the Pope at Rome. She has performed for the Queen of Holland staying at the Royal hotel there. She danced for the Duke of Kent and his Fiancee at their engagement party. Throughout Europe she has gone from one unusual experience to another and at Lier age probably has met in three years a far Greaser number of celebrities than the average girl would in a lifetime. Her act was one of the first american acts to be admitted into Russia Over a period of 20 years. Started at hair. Marguerite a she was known to what happens to dead mail Here to answer infinite pain taken to make deliveries revealed. Racine workmen building devices playing big role in Battle against disease by Henry Steketee what becomes of undeliverable parcel Post or other mail matter at the Post office the average resident a Only a vague idea or is entirely ignorant of the procedure i Uncle Sam require before such mail is finally sent to its last resting place. Dead parcels Post consist of such matter As has been refused by the addressee or i held for postage or for which the person to whom the parcel is addressed cannot be located or is found Loose in the mails. Every Effort is made by employees of the Racine office to make deliveries of parcels. After All attempts have been exhausted in finding a person to whom a parcel is addressed it is consigned to the a sweat ?� in the local office. It is held there for 3< Days of it is then impossible to make delivery the accumulated articles Are dispatched to the dead letter Branch at St. Paul. Grace Schenkenberg is Honor student at Marquette u. U. S. Sounds annual Call for c. M. T. C. Racine officer equipped with enrolment Blanks. Electro Thermal unit used in inward heat treatment first conceived by Canadian born doctor in 1909. Held another to i my. To the belief it still May he possible to locate the addressee the articles Are held for another 60-her Racine friends then began her Dav period after which an auction and \4r. Eugene Wrhen Fin tee Bobet Ken Berg. Miss Grace Shenkenberg. Daugh by John d. Roberts any Young Man who has passed his 17th birthday anniversary and is anxious to make a Good Start in life should plan to spend a month this summer at a citizens to military training Camp according i to lieutenant Phil rinks of Racine who has just received a sup ply of enrolment Blanks descriptive leaflets and posters calculated i to interest every . Applicant. A similar Supply of literature has been placed in the three senior High school of the City by Captain George a. Hadd adjutant on duty untold centuries ago ome prime Tive Man. Rolling on the ground in distress from overeating hark or i berries was conscious of Relief j when his aching a of Tummy came in Contact with a Sun heated Rock. That probably marked the discovery i of heat As a therapeutic measure. Today As result of an idea born in the mind of a doctor about 25 years ago science has perfected an inward heat treatment acclaimed by medical leaders and the devices which carry the War against Marguerite Selme Ronnii known Marjorie ixe on Hie Mage. Large families common Here l eur or More children in Many Homes one has 19. Dancing career at the age of four years. She showed great Talent at that age hut it was not until after she had been graduated from Mckinley school Here. That she joined the Rio circuit at the age of 15 and entered dancing professionally. I afer she studied at the Ned w by Burn studio in new York. Her american experiences have taken her from coast to coast. During an engagement in Germany she visited her father Mother or. Marguerite Scheurmann in Wurzburg. She a during the course of her stay there discovered everal relatives of Racine person. Her itinerary included Switzerland Sale i held. Articles from All Point of the District Sre sold to the highest bidders. After these pass to the purchasers. Andy further responsibility on the part of the postal department ceases. Employees of the Racine office have made a Good record in being Able to find addressees As on an average not More than eight parcels per month Are dispatched to the St. Paul Branch. A record is kept of parcel int to the St. Paul Branch together with the number of the parcel. This i done so that in Case later a claim is received at the local office for a certain parcel it readily at the Wisconsin Headquarters re Kenberg of Lasalle Street is one pm re it do strict it room 244> of a oderal of the outstanding Honor students building. Milwaukee. Captain Hadd says infantry and enrolled in the medical course at Marquette University. She is in her final year after which she will serve one year As an Interne. Miss Shenkenberg is a Kappa Alpha National honorary sorority and has made an exceptionally Fine record during her University career. She a a former student at St. Catherine s High school Here. France Ireland Scotland. England i ran traced if it is one of those Norway and Sweden in addition to the countries mentioned. The four girls turned Down a contract to appear in Africa. Mrs. Scheurmann stated that her daughter probably will return to the United states some time before fall. Portuguese Brothers plan Rome flight Cincinnati. D. A a two Young Cincinnati resident of portuguese descent George and Alfred Monte verde Ages 2 6 end 25, respectively Are making preparations at Lunken Airport Here for a flight that a walked five attempts and resulted in the loss child a born to Lor it of three plane. Family. This so far a is known is the largest family in the City. By John in Roberts of the children born in Racine in 1534. Three were the 13th members of their respective families three arrived in families where they filled out an even dozen one became the eleventh son or daughter and four became the loth members of their family Circle. All of which shows there is no race suicide Here and that the Canadian who left a Fortune to the Mother who could show the largest family in a period would have found this ?t a Fertile Field. Family a. Huh child. Record of the health department show that in 1533 the nine the trip la that from new York to Rome. To t i. V. The it a ins fliers have a Bellanca or. I. I. Thompson City health. I plane with a gasoline capacity of 615 Gallons. They tested it Here recently. On the flight Alfred will be the Pilot and George the navigator. Ech of the boy has been flying about two Vears. Plans rail for them to a at about 1 Onn feet Thev a Quot a installed specially designed radio and Hope to keep in touch with were the i United state throughout the flight. Sent to the dead parcel Branch. Some parcel destroyed. Parcel containing Medicine perishable articles or articles Bable to Dama a other parcels or attract rodents or vermin Are destroyed at the St. Paul Branch As soon As it is determined they cannot be restored to the owners. This is in compliance with postal Rule and regulations. Formerly dead letter were sent to the dead letter office in Chicago in compliance with the postal regulations then in Force. But since dec. I. 1933, the Racine office be earn its own dead letter office and it now has full authority to destroy such mail. A a for dead Lefter fee. In Case delivery of a letter is impossible if it contains a return address the sender is notified that California insect fights Pecan borers Beaumont Tex a 0j.w�?"a California insect parasite in being used in Jefferson county to fight the Pecan nut ease Borer. The insects egg Are shipped Here from California and the eggs upon your arrival the government Are placed on the infested Pecan will furnish you with three whole cavalry Camps will be conducted at fort Sheridan ii from july 2 to july 31 and that a Field artillery Camp will be conducted at Camp Mccoy Sparta win., from july 2 to july 31. All applications from Racine will be sent to him in envelopes furnished lieutenant rinks. They can he obtained by phoning lieutenant binks Jackson 1458. Offers Pirn vocation. In detailing the inducement offered to physically fit youngsters at these Camps Captain Hadd writes a othe United state government will pay All necessary expenses. Your trip to Camp will be paid by the government you will receive your uniform free of charge foe of disease. Rad be. Made in slate drawing on House june i interest in tickets on Cha Model Home mounting. Trees a soon a the egg Hatch out the insert known is Tricho Gramma Minburn rapidly do Sirvys the hotels and other harmful insects. Harvard is seeking final arrangements on the disposal of the Cha Model Home on Monument Square were completed last night at a meeting of the Cha executive committee Here. A Day your clothing the drawing in which thousands of persons who hold tickets will participate will take place saturday june i. While no Date for the drawing previously had been set. The Federal government under title 2 of the Federal housing aet is setting some meals will be kept clean in the Camp laundry and 3d Dave later you will return Home a also at the expense of the government. You will live either in Barracks or under Canvas in a tented City in clean wholesome surroundings and you disease pain and death Are being made in Racine by the Webster electric company for the treatment regulator corporation general motors building Detroit. Long experimentation. For months engineers and executives of the Webster company carried on experimentation. There were conferences with representatives of the inventor and with the distributing corporation. But methodically the idea was developed until the necessary degree of perfection was attained and in the Webster Plant today May be seen portable cabinets which represent the goal sought by suffering humanity for centuries. Hundreds of these cabinets which contain tanks motor Pum Therma regulatory switches meters and dials with attached tubes and applicators have been produced Bere. Moro Are being made every Day. The Story behind these device in a Romance of medical science. But now it has gone beyond the realm of Romance into the stage of practicability. The devices Sre accepted by medical authorities not on the Hast of Promise but on i the record of performance. Already out of the a cabinets Baa come Relief and cure for thousands. Praised in a Olimer article. A United states doctors have j bought 2.000 hospitals 400. It the perfected heat treatment has cured some 300.000 women of Pelvis disease since 1920 w Hen or. Elliott invented it to ease a diseased san Francisco w Oman of Pelvic pain. Reported a of time Magazine in Ite Issue of april i. A Holden and Gurnee Hare reported 500 cases in which the Elliott treatment was used in various types of acute and chronic ?� wrote or. Irving Cutter in the Chicago Tribune a few Dave ago. A Otheir experience indicate that practically All varieties of inflammation of infectious origin respond ?� but Hack to the human Satorv behind the Cabinet now being Mode by Racine worker. Or. A yet no a i a titans a a Tharle Robert. Type. Elliott a professional painters r? a or i a Quot it no 15 a no to no a Netter Horn a Ontario Canada and tot housing Day instituting the move j it i diploma at Toronto but first ment of Home building in 1.000 Hung out i Shingle in Seattle a now the proves c a m Bridge Mas. Here a new vocation signal fainter. In connection with certain brain experiments at Harvard University. Free. You will go Home a better american in better health and better Able to take up your studies or return to your ?� boys Are Safe. Since these Camps were started their hut they have a 11 v and Board s i t Ost is t a inc of vie to Hac that the main thins a books Don i much a Board seeing that is the second largest City con is n. I think we ought a College. Other Small Cit Are much smaller than a me a colleges of we bad a College in Racine it would help the children who otherwise could t go to College. It also would help Many teachers who Are out of work a a that they could be employed. I am sure that in a n it of he � people the Sam w a shout your Trul a m a i William by praises journal times for its accomplishment dear editor i wonder How Marx our local paper notice in the Pili 23 Issue to the Racine lout Ual tone of the selected me famous Library of dons it Al Hill. Washington cording to that article Cine j Euma i times i limited group of 7k i dailies and weeklies fusion til the famous commissioner says that contrary to general belief families where it Hildren Are numerous Are not found upon the Relief list As a general Rule. Toke up some Tab on Large families in a y b a cited Tho c Ajo Tjce covering the j no Quot Horn Harp in 134 of the total Warp first born -. 290 were shroud born. 1?3 were third born and 3 fou the born a total of �4 found themselves in families of five children 44 in families of six 3 in families o won 24 in families of eight and eight in families of nine. Birth dual decline. Records of the department covering a five year period or from 19 30 to 1 92 4 disclose that while the total number or births in 1934 dropped 35 4. Or front 1.356 to ?, the general ratio in Large families rent ind stationary. The table for the tears a it re. Cent Quot appeared in or. Thompson s report. Follow scientists Are using individuals who he must Forward .3 cents for dead or the a a a of Athenee will faint a to 1921, close to half a million fathers and mothers have sent their boys to citizens to military training letter handling of no reply is re or rather permit themselves to received the missive is declared put into a faint. This is accorn a ?� and is burned together polished w Ith Gas which contains no a turn to Page 2. Pol ii in is oxygen. Thoughts on Mother to Day readers the Arn it spoke me it be of no. I 19 3 4s3 6 193 i i 6 7 9 47 34 23 i 2 5 4 i the t aril with fore to la i Tufo Ai p � in it d of the i 9.3 i i 93 j i 9 ? 3 in 111 5s is 23 i 4 9 6 6 i 353 319 77 is ls2 11 4 i �7 67 5 4 5 3 34 26 32 11 i 5 11 7 la i 3 a i 4 9 i i i in a i 1 9 Quot 4 3 2 4 Joa i s3 93 64 44 2 3 2 4 $ 4 i Oklahoma baby two enjoys his tobacco Mcalester Okia. most babies like ice Cream Cones or Candy a but two Vear old John m. Mullica n or. Will have a Cigar if you Don t mind. I hero s nothing like a Good Cigar or even a Chew of tobacco for him. Tile smoking habit in t exactly new to the boy. I father Aid. In fact. Be said Tho boy began using tobacco at the ago of seven months it was hts father pipe. Mrs. Mullican said the habit a not injured the baby by a the. She resigned her will to that of gradually less and less. She knew her spouse and begat me. She i that some a i w Ould choose lips knew the pain i would Cost. She that bloomed with youth in pref know the care my helpless cry j Are Nae to her that other bands ing would demand. She knew her must care for my need. She knew weaknesses which must be Iran that my strength must some Day fitted however unwillingly to her child. She knew there would be hours alone when nothing and no one would support her except her Fai h she knew her tenderness would cause her heart to ache and her insufficiency would Bow he head in humility for she was Only human. Site pitted her Faith Aga not All that was mortal in her and became immortal through giving me the pulse of life. She had her Pride and forsook it. She knew that i must flourish a she would grow aged weaker. Be sufficient and that she would be forced to step aside to new life. I can apply the analysis of scientific thinking but Here i Ain baffled. I can approach the Spring of our relationship i can drink deep of the living water that flow therefrom but i cannot discover. Democratic americanism their source. I can Brush Ber aside a life Calls me. But i cannot escape the tip that binds us to each other. My Camps. Nowhere else is a boy so Safe it is claimed. Camps ate supervised by regular army officers because the War department seems to be the of Hest Agency for handling the training of american youths. The government supervises their athletics teaches them How to swim. Drill March shoot and pitch Camp. Expert. Instruction and necessary equipment for a1 sports Are furnished by the government. The purpose of Tjie Camp is to train healthy american to Carrion the nation s work and perpetuate its Institute it ions and to develop toting men who will hold their Heads High and take honoured places in the Community and who will spread the doctrine of healthy. By their daily lives. Can get commission. Four courses of instruction Are men at these Camps a the Basic communities throughout the country. In order to have the local drawing Date a near As possible to the bettor housing Date. The committee decided on june i for disposal of the Racine House. Still Selling ticket. A the Date for the drawing approaches. Interest in buying ticket is running High. On dime is the a Oprice of the smart lift a Hon a which is perfectly appoint for comfortable living and adapted for easy expansion should the Winner wish to enlarge it. Bill Simonson Campaign manager. A ticket salesmen stationed at the grounds at a time. In the meantime the Home open for the inspection of the Public. Superstitious fishermen scatter coins on sea Portland me. a Silver coins often Are found in the stomach of deep sea cod and Haddock caught in the Gulf of Maine and Folk sometimes wonder where the Money conies from. Find explanation is that super dream. My purposes Rev work All during the first summer and More Tivous old skipper when their will come ultimately from this advanced red. White and Blue she. Knowing the Cost resigned her courses the second third and fill. I turn to Page 1j. Columns fishing Luck in poor. Scatter rom on the wave in the he if that this gesture will improve it. Photographer rating actresses according to Beauty says Garbo is not Beautiful drum for lift current ii amal time i Lisle ave taken in the Field of being or to ted is a n formative purpose. Congratulations. I thanks to the Bullet m s. C put yourself in kids shoes i a ear editor i agree with a f Stark Avenue j id believe he has the Light idea. And j. H. Grove ave i presume it so. Ord no to several no v d a commentators you have the wrong a lust think a while where a a the he Loren Gong to re to if use i use to e Park a the Pel a has the re in to re n off a he fee of it lot Are cd o o turn to rage a col 4 sir 1 to a Tea u a i. In 3 1.ft 9 1,0 1 orphan boy inherits shirt Aud pair of pants los Angeles a a shirt and a pair of Pant were inherited by Willie Flegner orphan farm boy. From his late employer. On i death bed. Otto Paul Grasshoff a rancher signed a will bequeathing Quot one shirt and pants to my boy Willie Fly Ger on my ?� a b it a by e rec Are be a Armer Ltd it bar Belg j j a Nav. Miriam Hopkins Cuara. Bow Hollywood. A a pert Longworth to whom a Beautiful woman is something to photograph. Flicked the a a off i cig Aret and remarked that Garbo i not Beau of to i. What More he said she a not even among the i a Rrios to Bea i Tif l Longworth ehoul4 know he Ruby Keeler Franci photographed her Back in 1925 when Gerta Garbo was making her second american picture. A Garbo is the most intelligent actress i know in posing for photographs. But she is not Beautiful a deflated Longworth. Quot a for Beauty Here How i would Raie them a Osbirne to. A i the Mno to bean nf.1 a re a i mar Havee no Okay Francis Baa the most Beautiful profile. Joclara Bow in her time not Only was ravishing by Beautiful but had the most a sex Appeal. A Miriam Hopkins has the most sex Appeal today. A Ruby Keeler is the most a sweetly Beautiful to Type. A Marlene Dietrich a the most Beautiful of Gore in the Pho ours pm f it a a Ca it a of Ber Vanve Cal legs. Bust and hips Are a Over de in photography. A Dolores Del Rio is the greatest combination of facial and physical Beauty of All the stars today. If i had to make a composite photo colores Ohl so 6 lie Dove most spiritual Type with a delicate Beauty. Quot Anita Louise is the to Beau graph of All the Beautiful women t if Tai among the Young screened in pictures. I think miss Del Rio ?� would most closely resemble the composite id Al. I think Marion Davie i the Rno i Beautiful blonde Type. A Josephine Hutchinson in the icon Worth a seen so much he Surv he is almost tired of it he estimate he a photographed 2.-Noq it re a a during the lat la years in Hollywood. Wash. He did not aspire to be a scientific Trail Blazer but Only to be a Good doctor doing his Best to keep people from suffering and dying. He was the honest conscientious Type who could no to shake off the suffering of Bis patients when he got. Home from the Hospital or a. Stricken Home in the evening. And it a this sort of feeling that led to his discovery. To was in 1909 when the idea of applying beat internal to Al microbes and ease pain really was born in Fri physician mind. Day he happened to be fussing with an inflated toy balloon. A happened to pre the rounded upper end. And immediately it. Assumed the exact shape of a passage into which an a internal hot water bottle to might he placed. He Visioned a flow of hot water through it. But it was t until 1 920 that he got up his nerve his Confidence or his Energy to really try it. At that time he was Iii san Francisco and find night he came Home telling mrs. Elliott of the Rase of a miserable woman very poor who had Hist her baby due to a gon Cocci infection. Her fever was Over 104 degrees Ber pulse was fast and thread. Her face was pinched and livid and the inflammation was do a eloping into peritonitis. His wife help. Previously the doctor had told his wife of by idea and the next morning she handed him list of rubber companies practically ordering him not to come Back a Irh ont a that internal hot water bottle he had been talking about All Tho yen is. Before tie left the House he Bat Down and it it from a Cigar Box an exact Model of what the strange rubber Contra i Ion should of. Finally tip found a Man at on of the rubber a Orn Panie who a willing to Cut Twat p in co of Sheet rubber. Lay on piece under and one Over the Cigar Box Model and take a Broad rubber band to Cemen these two pieces together with an acid. Fragile then the doctor hurried to a drug store and bought a two holed rubber stopper. He Simk this stopper into the neck of his new strange shaped rubber bag. Then by got a co ply of Little Glass drinking tube two Long Pic a a of rubber tubing and a can to hold the water. With i purr has no Hur turn to Page i column i

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