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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - November 8, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin what our j readers have j to say. Sunday journal times bulletin f is will of Paia far f i any comment l aed i k l in the i a column. J j vol. 6�?no. 30. A = Racine wis., sunday november 8, 1936. Circulation Over 21,000 on wastefulness and snobbish Ness dear editor there is an old saying that a wife can throw out of the Back door with a Teaspoon All that Hei husband can bring in through the front door with a shovel by wastefulness. Isnit it queer that a Many a relatives often do not seem to realize that they sometimes drive away customers or clients that a businessman has worked hard to get and that by doing so they reduce their own spending Money this applies to employees As Well who let personal antagonism show in their manner to customers. Snobbish Ness is a sign of an inferiority Complex and bad manners Are bad manners no matter who they Are aimed at. Perhaps a Small mind can t understand this but a Little concentration should make it Plain. And after All life is so Short what s the use How does one person know he is better ban the next one and if he really is should t he be kind rather than otherwise yours truly l. S., North main St War to War failure happiness like a Clear Crystal dear editor i am submitting a poem for your j headers column in the sunday bulletin. This poem meant a great Deal to me and thought i would pass it on for others to Benefit by it As i have happiness. Happiness is like a Crystal fair and exquisite and Clear broken in a million pieces. Scattered far and near. Now and then along life a pathway to some shining fragments fall but there Are so Many pieces no one Ever finds them All. You May find a bit of Beauty or an honest share of wealth while another just beside you gathers Honor love or health. Vain to choose or grasp unduly broken is the perfect Ball and there Are so Many pieces no one Ever finds them All. Learning Ever to be thankful though their share of it be Small for it has so Many pieces no one Ever finds them All. C. H., College ave. Student gives noon hour data dear editor i think that w. M. Of Wright Avenue has been misinformed ii bout noon dismissal of schools. We High school students Are dismissed at approximately 11 33, while the Small children from kindergarten first and second grades Are also dismissed at about the schools play annual game j next weekend Lively Eek on Bowling alleys produces food score. By Keith Brehm annual Intra City football Bat tie Between William Horlick and Washington Park High schools headlines the weeks sports program. The game which always draws one of the biggest sports crowds of the year and never fails to provide a maximum of Gridiron thrills will be played at William Horlick athletic Field saturday afternoon at 2 p. In. Although Park has won seven successive games following a scoreless tie when they first met in 1928, the margin of Victory has exceeded a single touchdown on Only three occasions. Scones of the last four games were 12-6 in 1932 a and again in 1933, 6-0 in 1934 and 25-12 in 4, fall. On the basis of games played thus far this season the Battle saturday should be the Best of the series. Saints end season. Horlick High after a number of disappointing games Defeated j Madison Central 7-2 for its first j big eight conference Victory. Washington Park Drew a Bye but in other league games Madison West beat Madison East. 18-6 and Kenosha got by Janesville 12-6. I Horlick was slated against West \ yesterday while Park met undefeated Beloit. . Catherine a concluded its 1936 Catholic conference schedule with a 14-0 win Over St. John s for 1 a league record of two wins and two defeats. Coach George Moriarty first St. Catherine s team finished its season in a game with Campion at Prairie Duchien yesterday. Racine Deutscher won from Kenosha d. B. S., 5-3 and Racine d. B. Lost to Kenosha Simmons at Kenosha 8-0 in Lakeshore soccer league games last sunday. Racine Vikings Drew a Bye. Big scores rolled. There were numerous High team and individual Bowling scores posted during the week beginning Friday oct. 30 and extending armistice Day will present dark picture nations armed to Teutli As world fears new holocaust. In Germany France great Britain ancestry of mrs. Simpson More notable than Kings Baltimore society reveals it copy it. I#3�. By Lite Unius prewar a charming and patrician Young Baltimore nov. 7.�? woman daughter of a Fine Mary mrs. Wallis Warfield Simpson Jacj family whose ancestry they glamorous american companion of accept As the peer of any in eng King Edward Viii is the scion of and and surely in America medieval British Nobles More Dis stories come like landslide More than 150 received on last Day of contest. By Milton Bronner \ Nea service staff correspondent will come dressed in sackcloth and ashes and prepared to eat dead sea fruit a that a the Way ironic Angels contemplating this Earth could appropriately extend an invitation to celebrate the 18th anniversary of the armistice which ended the world War on nov. La 1918. For somehow that War which was to end wars and make the world Safe for democracy has panned out badly. There never has been another time in the last Hundred years when the world has been so unsafe for democracy. _ that form of government has been slugged to death in Russia Ger-1, d _ 1 Many Italy Austria Greece and i a Point to a in Portugal where dictators Rule. It i i i a bled White in Spain. Of divorce find bloc Kmell Hungary ?garil0r0jursltvij a the i 99 and the Little Baltic states of is in eugenic Nav vases i Thonia Latvia and Lithuania. It a has been bled White in Spain. The world War has not ended Chicago nov. 7.�?fu.r a Crea known both to husband and wife wars and huge armaments. The Tion of a eugenic babies a increase i consent of both parties legitimizes j league of nations has prevented Russia Italy singly popular because of its sue the child and establishes it As the j Cess has brought the possibility of Legal heir. Ting Ishea than the ancestors of the King himself. Such was the characterization by Baltimore a close knit social aristocracy of the slim Young girl who 22 years after her debut at a Gay Maryland cotillion has become the most talked of woman j on two continent. Those staid dowager who Rule Baltimore society with a hand no less firm and commanding than that of new Yorkus four Hundred or London a titled social ranks do not speak of mrs. Simpson As or she so widow Simpson. them mrs. Simpson is a widow they remember her of this they speak Slih authority because As they say quite frankly if these were not the attributes of Wally Simpson the strict codes of social etiquette still maintained in this Blue blooded Maryland City would not have allowed her admission into the society where the dictates of John Carroll lord Baltimore Patron and founder of Maryland still Rule. Thus the fact of mrs. Simpsons same time. This surely gives the youngsters a Chance to get Home Brough wednesday night. In the before heavy noon traffic begins the upper classes consisting of boys and girls from elementary and Junior High schools leave school at 11 45, but certainly they Are better Able to take care of themselves than the smaller children. At present i think noon dismissal time of our Racine schools is just As it should be. M. L. T., Blake ave major or business menus league Pat Rooney a inc. Rolled a 1,066 game As a feature of a 3,010 series. W. Reagan shot 677. Including a 254 single game and w. Polzin had a flashy 253 single. In the South Side commercial circuit Ray Richards tavern hit a 1,083 single game for a place in the Chicago to Denver run to get new streamline train ins a now prefer to talk about mrs. Simpson it s the streamline train of lighter i As a Lovely witty american descent from titled ancestors cuts Little figure in Baltimore a current discussion of her most famous Debutante. She s a swell a the Young matrons who made their debuts with Wallis the businessmen who once were her swains and the social leaders who watched her from enrolment in smart private school to Beautiful Debutante to International social Leader try to be democratic. They weight greater Speed and More luxury. Proof that american railroads Are striving for swifter and More journal times a tenpin leaders j comfortable service in cars of this column. W. Herbst had 255 and m. J advanced design was seen in the Keldsen a 245 single game. Departure from this City of to cars fancy this lipstick loses dear editor fancy this i tried so hard to win his Lov e a. Haertel rolled 246 in the american legion league. Carlson coverings had a 1,059 single game in the state Street business menus league. E. Spitzer hit 675-256, c. Arndt 671 and l. Evans 648. Havana ribbons knocked Down 1,040 pins in another big team game. V. With artifices Fine my hair was curled my lips were Malmbergg a 648, a 256 single game Rouge by Ozowski and a 243 Effort by i thought i looked div Ine. I Burkhardt were leading scores in Speer a commercial league. F. I even sprayed some rare perfume on my new frock so Gay but he displayed no interest and quickly went away. At noon at Dawn he passed my Home Blaesing had 648 and a. Gross a 243 single in the Western printing league. J. Heidrich rolled 663, r. Kunsman 660-259 and d. Ham of the longest streamlined train in the world. The train made up of lightweight stainless steel zephyrs and built by the Edward g. Budd manufacturing co. For the Chicago Burlington amp Quincy Railroad will be operated in the Over night service Between Chicago and Denver. It will be drawn by two diesel Power cars. average 66 . The train was built to cruise at speeds of 90 to too Miles an hour and will average 66 Miles an hour Mer 244 in big de s commercial1 stop5 her the More circuit. And saw me picking Flowers British oppose u. No powder no Rouge and Bright lipstick were worn these Early hours. Occupation of Isle Honolulu. A is a British. I residents of Christmas and fan of you re Lovely dear he said j Njong islands Are strongly opposed a Lynn re von in he american occupation of near a you re Assw get As you can be an Angel in a Gingham gown a a and fell in love with me. A. M. S., Yout St not intr reports Magazine ruse dear editor i should like to compare experiences with j. On Hilker place concerning Magazine salesmen. Although i have always considered myself immune to trickery i know now that i have joined the ranks of the Large majority. One Day in the midst of moving a Salesman came to the door and offered me three magazines absolutely free of charge. Not being suspicious by nature i accepted the offer at its face value and thanked him profoundly. The Salesman talked constantly and named people in the neighbourhood who had accepted his offer. He insisted there was no obligation to buy the magazines it was All for advertising purposes. Foolishly i signed a paper without Reading it which he said gave his manager turn to Page 2, column 4 by Jarv is Island Midway Between Here and Samoa according to reports by Captain Bill Anderson of the Sampan islander. The britishers Are convinced Jarvis is a British Possession Captain Anderson reports. He said reports at fanning Island Cable station Island were that a new zealand Cruiser the Wellington is in route to Plant the British Flag on Jarvis. Before Advent of the air plane Little attention was paid to the islands. They were occupied from time to time by English or american guano workers. Recent reports have hinted the islands May be developed As military Aird Romes by the United states. Than 1,000 Miles Between Chicago and Denver. Another train of similar construction and length is being built for the same Road. Edward g. Budd president of the company announced that the 20 Philadelphia built zephyrs already constructed will be followed shortly by two six car trains for the Burlington and a nine car train for the Santa be. In addition to these he said the company has orders for 41 cars. As a Lovely woman. A a she a swell a exclaimed mrs. John Sadler a schoolmate. A a she a perfect a said Carter g. Osburn Beau of mrs. Simpson in her Baltimore Days. A she was a wonderful girl she is a wonderful woman a commented or. Frederic Taylor retired society editor and intimate Friend of the Warfield family. Wally 46 years old. There is no snobbery about these Baltim oreans who feel themselves fortunate in having known mrs. Simpson but if genealogy is to play any part in the record they have that of Wallis Simpson at their Finger tips. She was born 40 years ago the daughter of Teackle Wallis Warfield and his wife Alice. Warfield a ancestors were substantial britishers. Avalanche of last minute entries in the journal times Short Story contest almost rivalled the proportions of the election landslide before the deadline fell Friday. Extra filing cabinets had to be cleared to hold the surge of stories until the time when they w Ould be sent to the judges. Every delivery of mail brought a new Load of stories in every shape and size of package. Submits la stories. One contestant submitted la All enclosed in one neat folder. Others sent All the Way from one to to. Editors who announced the contest last month had expected to receive a few dozen stories from divorce blackmail and disputed paternity two new York physicians said in the journal of the american medical association. Drs. Frances i. Seymour and Al Fred Koerner set up hypothetical cases together with Legal safeguards against them. They advised a absent treat neither the one nor the other. Nov. La 1918, and nov. La 1936, As regards Europe present pictures differing almost As much As situations i night re a Day in 1918 the a one May by a stretch of the imagination a they said a surmise certain hypothetical that might arise. Suppose that for in iy18 the ,a1iied. Coun ies some reason about to years after 13 v 01 3 crushes Victory Over the birth of the a eugenic baby a the i3 Powers. It seemed a Legal father should tire of his pc Ory the democracies Over spouse and Institute divorce pro aimed an militarized Mon feedings. He might easily obtain a arc Iesu Mentz Only with signed consent of i decree if the consent papers were Germany crushed. I both husband and wife and Only not available to the doctor or to w?1frtiaiyt�?T a under Kaiser after a physical examination has j his associates in the event of his inc so bullied determined the husbands sterility. Dual consent necessary. A otherwise a they said a a woman with a maternity Complex might resort to a ruse by introducing to the doctor someone willing to help her attain her the donor they said should be death. The jury would certainly eur be was crushed not consider the apparently fanned Germany restricted tactic Story of the wife. In Versailles treaty to a professional army of 100,000, with danger to physician. A on the other hand the wife in her turn could plead that she did not know what she was doing and had understood that her husband was the father of the child. The physician would be in tor a pretty naturally sympathize with the from bag of tricks j pl31�tlff a Tho re Racine county writers. They re j Cei Ved More than 150 on the last student pays expenses Day alone. The judges also amazed at the i the physicians recommended response to the journal times $50 Berkeley Calif. -1 that recipient and donor be Hosp Oliver h. Beahrs 22, is believed i Tali Zed As a it eliminates the ques to be the Only University student Tion of possibility of blackmail by in the world who is paying his Way ithe donor he has n0 possible Way out air planes tanks or heavy artillery and without a Navy Worth speaking of terrified nobody. Its chief ally Austria Hungary became the Small Republic of Austria and the Small a kingdom of Bulgaria another lawsuit because the jury would German ally had been shorn of prize offer hurriedly made a preliminary inspection of the entries and were amazed again. They reported that the stories were of far better Quality than they had expected in fact that Many of them were As Good As those printed in widely read magazines. Will do careful Job. Because of these factors the judges revised their estimate of the time they would require to select the winners. As the last Batch of mail brought another Cluster of stories they believed they might be forced to spend most of this week at the task. Announcement of the winners will be made when the judges have finished their work. They will do a careful Job. Pilot gulls Lead boat off course a i Buzzards Bay mass. A ins mrs. Warfield however was a a coastguard patrol boats off Here Grade Crossings dwindle Washington. A Ltd by Highway Railroad Grade Crossings in existence on Jan. I this year totalled 234,231, a reduction of 8,578 compared with the record number on that Day in 1930, the association of american railroads ports. Re woman asks Alimony below sum offered Elyria Ohio. A a mrs. Julia Toth is conservative when it comes to Alimony. A How much do you think you ought to have for yourself and your 15-year-old son a judge d. A. Cook asked. A six dollars a week a she replied. Judge Cook turned to her husband explained it was his duty to support his wife and son until their Case was finally disposed of asked him what he thought they should have. A i think she ought to have $10 a week a he answered. A i done to want $10. Six is enough a snapped mrs. Toth. Nonplussed judge Cook Shook his head. A a in be never had a Case quite like he set the Alimony at $10. Direct descendant of the montages whose coat of arms Golden Griffin on a Field of blues has been planted on Many an ancient Battlefield whose exploits have helped shape the destiny of the world. As some outspoken friends of Wallis Warfield Simpson might say there probably never would have been a British Empire for Edward Chi to head had it not been for William the conqueror and Dru of Montague first of the mighty House of montages. Toy Rabbit goes Down with ship Belfast up a when the French exploration ship a a foundered in a storm off Iceland and went Down with or. Jean Baptiste Charcot and 38 others it took with it a toy Rabbit which the famous explorer had faithfully put in its Small bed every night for More than 20 years. The Story was related Here by mrs. Rex Arnot wife of a local Yachtsman who said that his daughter had Given him the Rabbit when she was a Small girl. A she made him Promise it would be put to bed every night and depend on the sea Gull to Pilot their Craft Home in the dark and fog. Captain Dave Bosworth skipper of a patrol boat off Mishaun Point about to a turn in for the night ordered a a Green hand to take the wheel and head into Cut thunk. A what course a asked the Green hand. A follow the gulls take you straight to Gull Island a replied the master on the Way to his berth. The Green hand followed the gulls hoping to pick up Gull Island near Cuttyhunk. Bosworth who told the Story came Back on deck later and demanded of his helmsman a what have you been up to a informed the Man had been following the gulls Bosworth a reply was a Well you be been following the we Pecket gulls instead of the Gull Island and the Cuttyhunk through school As the result of sleight of hand magic. Beahrs can do All the Stock j tricks of magicians. He snatches i cooked eggs out of thin air and slips mysteriously out of Handcuffs and pulls Yards of silk from i empty hats. I of knowing who the recipients Are i and no one can learn the identity of the \ a music As we go a plan Iii Germany Berlin. A up a like the leg the Only possible relation that might exist Between Beahrs Means of livelihood and his University work is that he is a zoological student and the latter might help him some in producing mysterious mice pigeons and rabbits. Beahrs fell heir to the costly equipment of the late or. R. D. Williams professor of psychology at Pomona College. For the past five years he has earned enough Money from his tricks to pay his Way through College. His Especial territory is in Alaska where he spends the Summers giving exhibitions Between Dawson and Nenana or at Yukon. Eskimos and indians have conferred on him the title of a Dingi Gesund Nietin a or the a big Medicine Beahrs Hopes to graduate next May after which he plans to make magic pay for a three year medical course. Dendary lady with a rings on her fingers and Bells on her toes a Germany a strength through Joy vacationers henceforth will have music wherever they go. They go far some of these subsidized vacationers up toward the Arctic Circle on Northland cruises or Down to Portugal and Madeira and a whole Fleet of additional ships is being built to take More of them travelling. provide them with plenty of songs to sing on their wanderings the a strength through Joy movement has published a special songbook entitled a we wander and Many of the selections Are martial while the rest Are Folk songs. Cat catches fish sydney.�? a rastus is a curious cat known at his Home at Serowa Waters As the most efficient Mullet Fisherman in the District the veranda of his Home it built Over the water. When the fish Are about rastus makes a this was kept up right through or. Perfect dive and emerges with at Charcot s least one Mullet in his Mouth. Turkeys a streamlined for Holiday Trade Cynthiana up a and now its a a streamlined turkeys four thousand of the tasty Birds Are undergoing a Holiday finish on a Pellet ration on Harrison county Turkey farms. No longer Are the prize festive Birds required to push their Bills into mixtures of ground Grain. Instead a highly concentrated feed is pressed into Tablet form and the turkeys Swallow pills to perfect their lines. The Experiment has been so successful that Many Farmers in this area already have contracted for the Sale of their entire stocks for the Holiday season. Shapler Birds with a finer finish streamlined. Naturalist aroused by turtles dumbness Danielson Conn. A a Robert g. Smith East Killingly naturalist considers the Turtle one of the dumbest of Marine life. Smith designed an escape proof trap cylindrical in shape and composed principally of a Fine twine Woven into a net. A the Turtle a he said a could easily get out by biting through the twine but Hasni to enough brains to think about he considered turtles the worst destroyers of fish ducks and other aquatic wild life. A they consume one third of their weight in beneficial wild life daily during the summer months a he said. British rails busiest Britain has the busiest railway tracks in the world. An average of 54 trains passed Over every mile of track in England every Day. Belgium has the second most congested railway system with an average of 43 a Day per mile. Territory and Power and Turkey the other German ally had kept Only a Small Corner in Europe while losing Arabia Palestine Syria and Mesopotamia. In the East of Europe Russia under the soviets still was a giant in territory and population but a weakling in Industry. England the War Over rapidly demobilized her armies. did Italy. France held the military Hegemony. German neighbor was no longer feared. Picture is changed. Today All that picture is changed. All Europe is an armed Camp. The dictators brought fear Back. In 1914, before the storm burst it was the Germany of Kaiser Whilhelm upon which All eyes were turned. It was the Kaiser s speeches which statesmen weighed for their meaning and their threat. Today it is a new German Leader a Adolf Hitler a who is watched. Italy s Mussolini is watched too for he has openly discarded ideals of disarmament the league of nations and collective Security for open hostility to any nation standing in the a new Italy so Way. Armed to Teeth. Under Adolph Hitler Germany is arming to the Teeth. Already it has More than 350,000 soldiers fully equipped with tanks and heavy artillery. In its labor Camps and sem military organizations Germany has a Reserve of probably 5,000,-000 men. Its air Force is leaping to tremendous proportions France once More frightened by a heavily armed Germany anxiously looks for places to tighten its defences. It has about 565,-000 men in its armies and could draw from a Reserve of probably 6,000,000 men who have had military training. Facing the German Frontier France has a Belt of steel and Concrete fortifications a the Maginot line. But if and when Germany strikes More than Likely it will be through the air. France now is hurriedly overhauling its air army. Britain War conscious. Britain suddenly has become War conscious. The government is preparing to spend More than half a billion dollars for enlargement of its Navy an4 creation of a mighty air Force. Observing the Power turn to Page 2, column i

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