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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 31, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin
\ two the Racine journal times Sun Day bulletin May 31, 1936. Pack a Book. Don t forget to put some books in your vacation Luggage. For the convenience of those who Are to be out of town All summer the Library extends vacation privileges beginning the first Day of june. On request a Borrower May take to books and keep them until oct. I if desired. Seven Day fiction and other books in special demand May not be taken on vacation time. Srur i Irace w n w a \ now is the time to have us repair remodel or Glaze your furs storage 2% of valuation minimum charge s3 sol Reder furrier 517 6th St. Prospect 1050 some readers who like to Send their books Back by mail and have them exchanged once or twice during the summer leave a Small Deposit for postage at the Library for this purpose. All books borrowed on vacation time arc subject to recall if needed. Racine Public Library. Books added May 30. 1936. A Book of the White mountains by Anderson and Morse. An in a formal guide Book to the entire Region including historical mate i rial. Crime incorporated by Mooney. A sensational account of racketeering and its profitable hold on i dozens of enterprises. Education of the consumer by Harap. An excellent scientific study of the economic habits of j the consumer which discloses facts of highly practical value. Ethics by Ward. A compact historical Survey from the sophists to current times. Fellow creatures by Stewart i essays which Are unconsciously and a ostentatiously advice on living. Forgotten Canon by Birney. Thrills and action fill the pages of this novel of love and revenge in the cattle country. Four cents an acre by Goudard. J Story of Louisiana under the i French. Get it by Opdycke. A j manual for business and personal. Writing of All kinds. A history of piracy by Many Good pirate stories by the j Foremost collector of pirate Litera Ture in England. History of the novel in England by Lovett and Hughes. The a j Thors have undertaken to bring out the relation of the novel to the interests and attitudes of the j a Al a i buys 2 pairs shoes for town and outdoor country Wear the reversed calf Model in White no Buek. It to Wear with summer tweeds. The Black calf dress Model. For business or afternoon Wear with dark clothes. A Complete size Range other models from $4.50 to $10.00 Stilb s 1122 Villa St. Successive Ages of which it has been a product. How to make and use a Small chemical Laboratory by Yates. I break strikes by Levison. The technique of Pearl l. Bergoff i the a oking of strik Breakers a written from the viewpoint of labor. Main Spring by Burton. The unwinding of the difficult tangles of Connie to Romance when she finds herself in love with one Man and married to another forms the main thread of this novel. Modelling and sculpture in the making by Jagger. Specific instructions for each step in sculpture and modelling. More zest for life by Laird. A self help Book with inspirational advice on acquiring mental poise and on gathering More pleasure from life through a Correct psychological attitude. Parents to questions by child study association of America. Practical aids concerning child study and training. Shadow of doubt by Roche. A Brilliant and exciting murder mystery. A Sherman fighting Prophet. By Lewis. A Long definitive biography of the civil War general. So you want to write a song by Bruce. A guide in the form of questions and answers to the song writing business. Sonata and other poems by Erskin. Star in love by onions. A Swift sparkling Romance of a Welsh girl who chooses a career As an actress instead of love. Study of Rural society by Kolb. An up to Date textbook presenting Rural life As it has been affected by recent social and economic changes. Too Many beaus by Scarberry. An absorbing Story of a girl who was brought up in an Asylum who knew nothing of the world and i was thrown abruptly into its boiling Center to make her own Way. Tulip Ware of the Pennsylvania German potters by Barber. Why keep them alive by de 1 Kruif. A passionate protest i against the illnesses and Maunu i tuition prevalent among children because of poverty and a shortsighted social economic system. A gifts to the Library. Books in demand at the Public Library non fiction. Abbey around the world in eleven years. Farson Way of a transgressor. Gunther inside Europe. Neuhauss history and ideals of american Art. Sherwood idiot to Delight. Fiction. Davis Honey in the Horn. Lawrence if i had four apples. Lewis it can to happen Here. Santayana last Puritan. West thinking Reed. Girl 19, is dressmaker for notables but in form of puppet Personette superfluous hair removed permanently and safely consult miss Frances Schmidt Well known authority on electrolysis a at our shop tuesday june 2nd. Uth on ? approved method for the �?�m�.t 1 of superfluous hair however Only Gnu of exp Rien cedi to competent operator can assure she a he it i Bloom Beauty Shoppe it main Street jackies ism Model u. S. Homes bout at Purdue s 4test tube Village to Lafayette ?" uis a nine residences constituting a a Otest tube Village of american Model Homes a were under construction on Purdue University research Campus Here today. The ultimate aim of the building of these houses is to afford a Cost analysis test various materials and plans and by scientific study to enable Home owners in America to get the most for their Money in construction of Homes Frank Watson in charge of the Experiment for the University said. Cost under $5,000. Each of the residences being constructed on the research Campus will Cost under $5,000. One of them will follow the first prize a by Nea service new York. A Long lashed glamorous Edith Dustman aged 19, who looks As if she ought to be in the movies or on the stage her self earn her living As dressmaker for Marlene Dietrich Greta Garbo Beatrice Lillie Joe Penner George Arlisse or at for their puppet counterparts. Although when she was Young i she wanted to be an actress miss i Dustman is now entirely pleased j with her Job and with life in Gen j Era i. A Omine is the most fascinating i work a she declared blushing be j cause it was necessary to talk about herself. For Edith is a singularly modest career woman. A a it was just by Accident that i got into it a she explained. A Orus sell Patterson who creates puppet a of Personette it asked me if i could Type. I told him not very j Well but then i grew bold and suggested that i might help him dress his Personette. You see i had j made All my own clothes and hats from the time i got into High ?� ingenuity required. Puppets Are As perverse As people sometimes Edith says and once in a while you get pretty sick of them before you finish them. The sickest she Ever got was of an Angel 24 inches High that she dressed in White Satin. However she thinks that her Job has helped Mold her character by teaching her patience. A owe dress the Personette As the stars really dress in pictures but sometimes i feel that i could make them handsomer by designing them Brand new things a miss Dustman admits timidly. A of Don t like miss Dietrich in Short clothes for instance. She has a divine figure and you can do so much with a figure like that if you put it in Long ?� Wear out wardrobe. If there to anything that gets a puppeteer crazy it to net a one slightly exaggerated twist of a string and the Flimsy gowns hopelessly torn. The Wear and tear on the daring Black dinner dress i Greta Garbo wears in the hotel i new yorker show troubles or. Patterson and miss Dustman most. Ordinary Wear and tear on the wardrobe of the Personette is alarming. With the Best of Luck and Good management most of the i cast have to be completely re outfitted every two weeks or so. Strong materials do not always assure the longevity of a garment. Even such fabrics As velvet brocade and Broadcloth Are ruined when they get caught in the strings which Are being manipulated by the puppeteers. The careers of the male puppets Are somewhat More dependable though their wardrobe mistress finds them harder to dress. Inasmuch As they Are More substantially clothed however they sometimes last through the entire run of the show. Accidents maim dolls. Accidents happen on the miniature stage just As they do in real life even More serious ones. Hands and feet break off quite frequently and when they do the actor is j seriously Laid up and out goes the understudy. For As on the real i stage the show must go on. The strings Are the major cause of most of the casualties. Each puppet has about fourteen strings that the i puppeteer overhead operates. These strings which Are made of eighteen Pound tested silk fish line Are constantly getting caught in the clothing maiming the frailer parts of the j body such As the delicately formed hands and legs happens frequently. Probably the worst Accident Ever occurred was on the Edith Dustman plying an Able Needle to dress a puppet. Strange Case 4 Julia Craig arid Jones Lux copy rift inca 19 6 continued from last sunday a Orough a Tony Latta seemed surprised. A Othis is not rough. These boats will take More than you think and sometimes it is pretty ?� he smiled at her. A of think sometimes you will change your mind about wanting to come Back into ?� Julia to hear beat faster. Would this Job too be virtual imprisonment As she had suffered on the Wood Nymph certainly she had no desire to spend very Many Days and nights friendless on a Lone ship moored out from Shore. But perhaps Latta was having some mild fun with her. Fortunately it was not very Many More minutes before there loomed ahead of them the outlines of a ship. It was not now fully illuminated except for its regulation lights and to Julia it seemed a Black and forbidding Hulk bearing Down upon them. But Latta to Man mane Vered the Small boat with the perfection of Long expert i ence and Tony Latta helped Julia to the Landing platform. In Aneth j or moment she was on the deck of i his gambling ship. V it was not the largest ship out of the Harbor that night but neither was it very Small. Latta explained that he had purchased it from a transportation company which considered the boat out of Date. A but sheets Fine for my purpose a he said. A of got her for a song and i sold the engines for a Good Price ?� he laughed pleased ing Back now. At his own astuteness. A Oshe done to need engines we Tow her when we want to change her position. But mostly sheets just anchored tight and i got plenty of weight in her hold and she done to Roll ?� the Interior was not at All what Julia had expected. It was More like the Interior of a Fine hotel than of a smaller passenger vessel. There were three Large gambling rooms with Cream coloured wails and furniture that just missed being in Florid taste. Most of the chairs and settees were in Bright Felt and marked for a dozen different games of Chance. A but Here is where you will sing a Latta said and pushed open a wide White swinging door. Julia gasped. It was in truth a miniature night club. There were Small tables each with a Blue cloth. At one end of the room was a space for a Small orchestra and along one Wall was a cocktail bar resplendent in Gray Wood and indirect lighting. Latta smiled. A of Nice setting for my my new Little jewel he a a oils so much nicer than i expected a she said without thinking How her remark might sound. A but Tony to boat gets the Best people a he assured her. A your singing will not be wasted. And now i will show you your ?� that too was Lovely but there were some evidences of the former occupant that Julia found a bit Gaudy. A adjoining it a Latta explained setting Down her bag a ois a Little room with a comfortable cot. Even if you decide not to stay aboard you May want to ?� he looked at his watch. A Oil the asked the orchestra to come Early tonight in Case you want to run Over some of the songs with ?� a Oil to like to a Julia said. But As Latta closed the door she was trembling in every Fibre of her slender Young body. This was such a strange new world in which she had chosen to make her Way. Yet there was no turn nervously waiting for the moment when she would make her first professional appearance As a Singer. She wore her White Satin the gown that Amy liked because it made the most of Julia to splendid figure. Her hair was different than she had Ever worn it before a last minute trembling inspiration before the Mirror in the room that Tony Latta said was hers. Almost All her life since she was a Little girl she had wanted to Wear her hair like this and never had. It was piled High on her head brushed up from the Back of her shapely neck a sophisticated coiffure that was neither new nor old but which could be worn with an Empire gown As easily As with the clinging White Satin. For Julia had not forgotten her interview with Henri Lamb the owner of the Green club. A Otake off your hat a he had said and he had said it As if it were important. She had got at least something from that terrible afternoon when Peter Kemp had betrayed her ambition with a sealed note to Henri Lamb. If they did not like her singing then perhaps they might somehow like her. Standing there in the Little Alcove listening to the last plaintive Wail of a modern tune Julia Clung to this. The cabaret room of Tony Latta to gambling ship was literally packed. Men and women were at the tables ranged along the cocktail bar and some stood by the Entrance. Julia wondered if it was always like this or whether Tony had whispered it around that there was to be a new entertainer. But at any rate they had been Drifting into the cabaret for the past half hour. By now the air was Gray Blue with cigarette smoke Drifting lazily in the shafts from the baby spotlights that ranged along one Wall. Suddenly from her Vantage Point Julia saw one of the baby spotlights go Amber streaming a Pool of Light just in front of the band platform. The music stopped and Julia heard the Leader say a ladies and gentlemen i want to introduce a girl who is new to you but i think you tre going to like her. Miss Julia Craig singing a you Are my Lucky Star. A that was All and then she heard Latta to voice by her shoulder. A lots of Luck Julia. Remember i that Tony will be listening to ?� she nodded nervously walked out onto the floor and under the Amber spot. She was dimly conscious of a sea of faces of White discs that seemed somehow suspended Between the ceiling and the floor. They were no More than that at first and then came a tiny Ripple of applause from one of the tables. Others joined in so that it became a wave a warm Friendly wave that washed up to where Julia stood and made her feel alive and Happy and sure of herself. She smiled and when she smiled the applause grew louder. Turn to Page 6, col. 2 the Art of gentle adjustments Quot removes the cause of Dis a amp see for every disease there is a cause. By specifically adjusting this canst by by late modern methods. Nature will if not too Long neglected bring Back health and happiness. Almost every disease can be found in this clarification. A results prove it Why not let me demonstrate these new modern chiropractic methods to you l 6. 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