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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 17, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Vav what our readers have t to say. Sunday journal times bulletin is will be Pali for Kny eminent id re column la vol. 5-no. 31. Racine vis., sunday nov. 17, 1935. Circulation 19,500 says dog s Barking at night annoys dear editor i live in a neighbourhood where there Are several drugs. It seems that All of them save their Barking for the evening of people would realize How it annoys sick people and babies trying to get some sleep i m sure they would keep the dogs from running tile streets at least after 9 30. This get together meeting of Barking dogs every evening hardly Ever fails. Can to people realize this and help to make the evenings More peaceful for everyone concerned thanks loads for the bulletin. It Ceria Ini v is original. A. J. Howe it wants set limits on movie admission to tile but at a local Thea 1 overheard the in with two boys a it tugs tattle on Root River is recalled smokestacks red during rivals to pull for supremacy. By see m. See exciting incidents enlivened Karine s Lake shipping a its when the Harbor was a Forest of masts and numerous vessels were lying at the docks unloading cargoes of lumber shingles and Cord Wood. Tragedy marked Racine s Marine his year shifts Europe to fear of strife to new Quarter the in a High. Lower Keg orator that i pay til to is i we i or or Sider i. T whom i know honest Ned they were of Junior and were entitled to a Mission fee. Is of age can t these of Gold mine movies realize before the the adult Wii of tory As Well and Many a Sailor went Down in his ship near Racine Many Craft broke on the reef Lighthouse was built. This Story has to do with an in ident which occurred inside the i t hesitate in paying Jun Harbor. The coast guard station for those boys but i con Quot of held up when forced to then was located at the South end prices for Junior children. 0f Chatham Street and it was about Oes the Junior age end rot at 14 years. At that Point in the River where Russion stricken parents the Battle Between the tugs Wau fuse to to robbed perhaps rents who have to Mission for these a ii s would St past heroine a re civil to the Public. H. L. Emden ave would clothe children warmly dear editor i was wondering a i sat in our car waiting for our children from school last evening what our a of modern mothers Are thinking of. Bun and Hall started. Chicago tugs came As far up the Lake As Racine to catch tows and Many of them Lay near the Entrance to the Harbor so As to sight ships As they rounded wind Point. Proud of their Craft. The two aforementioned tugs were known to be the most Power girls were standing shivering in fill on the lakes at that time and the cold with no hats on and Little. Anklets. There is a time and place for everything and i certainly think when the weather is freezing cold children should be dressed warm. A Snow suit is o. A. But surely every Mother knows a child is cold unless it Vias Long stockings on when not wearing a Snow suit. We a ill never curb diseases and also prevent tuberculosis unless we prevent it in the Early years of our children s lives. Frequently pulled four and five vessels in a string. The rivalry that existed Between the captains of the Wau Bun and the Hall had its Start in Chicago Harbor but the decisive stroke occurred Here the evening of oct. It 1893. Tile Hall was Here to assist in pulling a stranded vessel off the i suppose1 someone who reads this ill Sav a Oshe surely is a grand reef but was lying in the Harbor ?� of no just a Young Mother but i know when in to cold and i dress my children according to the weather and not let them stand around freezing and Wear a fur coat myself. I certainly Hope you print this is t know Many mothers agree with me. After All does t a health come first thanks for your a sunday morning ?� e. V. Marquette St protect children Reader urges dear editor i think that the police department should place an officer of the Corner of West Boulevard and Kinzle Avenue at noon As Protection fur the students of Mckinley or. High a h n b i of t he id the ret hoi t ii i n k it there has not. Already. The Bike Drivers Are and and both Are in a the car Drivers a re careful. They p1 Are on the t. M. W ave it asks traffic signal at main and state a i � k me As a re or i a t i Teir Ltd Sig state give or. Bradley More time plea at the time. The captains got together and an argument started As to the pulling qualities of the two tugs. To Settle the argument it was decided to stage a tug of War in the River. A heavy Haw ser was prepared and the Wau Bun was headed East and the Hall West. Soon fire was flaring out of the Slacks of both and the steam was sizzling. As the pull started the firemen shovelled fiercely and it j was not Long before the stacks were turning red at the base. Soon after they were red to their very tops. So hot was the stack of the Wau Bun that the Cabin was set afire from the heat the pull continued. Hall wins Conte. The Large number of persons attracted to the Dock by the noise and the sounding of whistles saw the tugs Stern to Stern and Only 3 feet apart doing their utmost. The Wau Bun was slowly getting the better of the pull and had the Hall lacking up. But it Only was for a Short time. Then the Hall showed its pulling strength. The Hall produced a burst of strength which gradually Drew the Wau Bun backward. The Hall continued to drag the Wau Bun and the Hall to whistle sounded for the main Street Bridge to be opened. Through the North draw the Hall pulled the Wau Bun and it was not until the Bend in the River was reached that the Captain of the Wau run sounded ins whistle to announce he gave up the Battle. State to observe resources week a november 17 to 23 old factors of International dissension Are Side issues As wide turmoil threatens to involve world in african War. The rumble of the guns of in Slovakia. Hungary had lost land Cipi ent War is echoing across fur population Coal Iron Gold Salt. ,. Oil and Lier mountainous line of opes bloody horizon today. Defense in tile grand Post War the mutter it the ghostly guns san me Hungary nursed a men has seemed very real again and i acing feeling of frustration again since the end of the War that trouble Iii Rumania. Was to end a1 wars. Last year Rumania s Uncertain a year in Europe has produced position in trances Little entente one of the swiftest successions of Quot As and ther source of danger. Kun portentous events one of the com Man a was being rent Between two pretest changes in tense turmoil Strong factions when Zelea cod that history records. T Reanu s Iron guard succeeded in it has been said the seeds of j building Strung pro German Senath next War were sown in the men Dregs of the last one that the com Bulgaria was showing anxiety last of army leaves for front their women Folk dressed in voluminous ethiopian costumes freshly laundered to snowy whiteness for the occasion trudged for Miles alongside the departing troops on the outskirts of Harar when the last of has Nasiru s army left for the front line to Battle general Graziani to italian invaders. This picture by ii. V. Drees Nea service staff cameraman suggests the Hilly country in which Harar is situated and which provides a natural defense for Ethiopia s second largest City. Music society recreation department medical Book plans concert increases its activities it it program to be offered by philharmonic group. The first of four concerts to lie Given tills Winter by the Racine philharmonic society will he presented this afternoon at 3 Zelock at the first methodist Church. This choral organization will offer a program embracing a wide variety of part songs the first group including Tho Majestic a soldiers chorus to from the opera a Faust it by Gounod a venetian love song by Nev in and the a bridal chorus from the cantata a othe Rose Maiden by Cowan. Ill Premont solos. Mrs eci i Kirkegaard the Winner of the Soprano award in the 1935 Racine music festival will be heard in a group of solos and will also sing the Soprano obbligato with the chorus in a italian salad by Genee. A Trio of Well known Racine musicians composed of Alfred r. Hilker organist. Elmer Slania violinist Marion Thompson pianist will offer an interest with the coming of cold weather to a Cine residents Are moving indoors and taking advantage of the Broad program timing offered by the department of Parka and recreation the department s director revealed. Racine Street and Trike View Community centers Maint tics for Young and old and Are open a lid free to the Public from to a. In. To to p. I. Athletic teams for adult Mon and women including basketball indoor baseball and volleyball Are being organized for school gymnasium play. Women to gymnasium classes forms to the recreation office inline Diatel. After school children s activities again will play an important part in the Winter indoor program. Monday and wednesday at Racine Street and tuesday and thursday at i Ike View Are Given to smaller school girls. The program includes gym floor plays and games n anti i dancing for Grade school girls games to music singing dramatic and handcraft activities. The after school hours Are from 4 to 5 30. During these hours on other Days for Home out it takes place of Ohl fashion eco almanac of Pioneer. New Tork a ?" seventy five Vears ago on the Frontier almost every family had an almanac pacts that were to banish conflict would become the causes of conflict. And so the bets went Down on Danzig Alsace Lorraine the Saar Memel Austria Trieste and on the soldering resentments it the Defeated nations As Likely tinder boxes for the spark of fur to ignite. Rumbles from Africa. But the spark struck off from the w heels of Italy s gun carriages appears to be Landing elsewhere in the most unlikely spot of All. The mutter of the guns this time rumbles up from dark Africa where Mussolini to a a colonial episode threatens a detonation that May Jar the world. In a Little More than a year the dread of War has run through a score of related phases and now the Battle lines Are drawn in a new sector and in different directions. One year did that. The shift of scene has been so abrupt that it is no wonder the world is stunned. year Europe was tense with turn to Page 4, col. 6 Library Marks Carnegie week Racine Board orders an open House for Observance. As a tribute to Andrew Carnegie whose contributions resulted in the establishment of the main Public Library and South Branch Library As Well As nearly 3,000 others throughout the English speaking world the Racine Library Board will have open House the week of nov. 24 at these libraries As a part of the 100th anniversary of the birth of or. Carnegie. Destiny Anil the third which contained hints on what to Reich to rapid rearmament a do when some members of the neared to be the Central fester on of the week boys to plat leaders Are Fani ily got sick. Wit h doctors Miles i european the Quot orld so peace started promoting activities for the smaller schoolboys. Athletics play tile major part but the game room already Are drawing Large numbers also gets attention. V up detox spelt Vav and i Sesoi with your own it s different it Ini today de tin House Vav lie v Vav 11 la state. Trial plants Are planning to hot and conduct escorted Tours h their plants during the open my group of t ions. The a losing elude a Odawn heavens Are oratorio a Screal Vav. Russell Lictor of Tho and Alfred r. Com a Mist. Inst run Mal vocal group will in by t i ran and a othe telling from the Ion by Haydn. In is is the run chorus of 7 5 voices Bilker huts As acing the n the not to he thanks to Wrin for Grid service Park a listened Here s Broadgate to the her i had la season. It is to the the Tou week. Service clubs Are or meetings during the week to special Wisconsin programs and will hear speakers discuss the varied resources of the Badger state. In some cities too it is reported that school classes will have the resources of this state As themes for wooden c their school work. Hotels and res Portugal Tau rants will offer meals made up altogether of Wisconsin products. Papers support week. The Wisconsin daily newspaper vague Vav ii i s 36 daily papers is actively supporting the week anti in Cal cities Spet Ial sections will be devoted to specially prepared stories in w is a a sin s resources during the wee. The Wisconsin manufacturers association is sponsoring the week As Well. When All Effort the result will be millions of written and spoken words to better familiarize the people of the state with the variety and the Quality of Wisconsin farm and manufactured los of Pilgrim wrecked by Hob Lisbon uns a John Baptist Muller the 69-year-old German Pilgrim who has been Truing to walk around tile world carrying a is on his Back is now in him Carn hot with n he Vav it is no longer carrying his because so no anti catholics id him in Barcelona Steed and broke his Cross. In now s a Long Cane and a Palm. Wears a Black tunic painted Lints. Instead of boots a Coden sandals with l i t year Muller was received a Pope after he had made a Nace to Jerusalem Ca riving s. He then walked to mount. Palestine arum placed ins there. Weather Outlook at Washington Junior High mondays. At Knapp. Wednesdays and at Pratt fridays. There is room for additional women at All three co alters and the department holies that More adult women will take advantage of these classes it was asset ted. A tap dancing Bogins. Tap dancing classes tor girls v ill begin this week with miss Marie Judd As instructor. Last season s it dancing program proved popular and it is expected a larger number of Gills will take part this Vear. The classes Are offered twice weekly at Lake View thursday nights arum at Racine Street. Fridays Between 7 30 and 9 30. Three divisions will be made. Junior High school girls will receive instruction Iii a group Between 7 3 Ami silo senior High girls Between 1� and 8 50, and vocational and older girls Between 8 50 Ami 9 30. The classes Are free to All girls of these Ages. Girls nights slated. Throughout the Winter. Met a Ida it at Racine Street and tuesday at Lake View will be known As girls nights Many activities will be offered to girls of ninth Grade and Over. Athletic games will he played on the gym floor. Game room activities will be conducted in the basement. The Library and music room will he utilized by club groups drama groups will meet and other activities will be promoted. Groups on these girls to nights will not remain at one activity throughout the evening hut will move from one part of the program to another. No boys Ltd men will lie permitted in the buildings on git is nights. Badminton Hegins. Badminton leagues for men and women will Start this week. Following is a partial it of league games ail a it of which Are scheduled at 7> c at Racine Street monday Bernice Jensen a. Zehrt is. Betty new Mann Nasini Sorenson tues a pc tall meeting. The first meeting of managers of till major and Junior men to basketball teams will lie held monday nov. 2 5. Last season is men to teams were divided into three red. White and Blue major leagues and the department plans to follow tile same procedure this year. Prac tue permits for All men to and older Gills to athletic teams Are available at the recreation department Jackson 453. Until the leagues Are formed several practice sessions will be available in the evening hours mondays and wednesdays at Lake View and tuesday and thursday at Racine Street. Older Europe tsp and tile world of mind. Away even in the most favored j a year ago great Britain was communities it was the Only mod seen to hold the key to the Date Leal advisor available. Of next War. Britannia to de in tie Frontier vanished. Doctors sure f0r neutrality because of her could go speeding to tiny farm fear of air raids gave Germany Home or City dwelling in Antonio a robust Confidence that was tem Biles or air planes within a few pored Only by her former enemy to minutes. I Here was no Layman evident desire to he prepared. Reference Hook on Medicine. I is year the race to Arni was or. Morris Fishbein articulate plunging Many nations toward editor of the journal of the Amor danger a France. Germany great lean medical association and pub Britain Russia the Little entente heist has assembled 990 Reges of and Italy in Europe and Japan in medical information to fill this the far East. Gap. The Book bears the impress fear causes tenseness. One title a modern Home medical in 1934 Frances deadly fear of ?� Germany was threatening to pre Racine residents who have the fear that another death Strug taken advantage of the Opp Ortu Gle was near. Underlying the fear j cities afforded by the Public 11-were the factors that had been traries or who appreciate the ser causing Olicia tremors Ever since vices rendered by them Are asked the Versailles treaty became oper by the Board to join others of the alive. Now new factors have Tak world in the week to Observance in priority and the old ones Are by visiting the Nian Library i which will he open for Public in Lens ago. Section sunday monday and tues Day nov. 2 4, 25 and 26, from 2 to 6 p. Rn., and monday and tuesday evenings nov. 25 and 26, from 7 to 9 Oclock. First Library in 1897. Racine to first Public Library was Side issues. Situation a in 19 34 the situation was thus Adolf Hitler s Aims for a reborn exalted Progress in Medicine cited. A Othis volume is planned to Tell Vou in a modern manner what every intelligent person ought to Capitate the French into a preventive War. Poland had Felt similar fears of Germany so it entered sept. 9, 189 7, the result of a movement started almost two years previously by persons interested in a Library project and who met in the Home of mrs. A. W. Guilbert. After this first meeting. Several attempts were made to Intel est civic organizations in the move but it was not until january 1896, that a Library association. With 218 members was formed. Charles h. Miner was president mrs. J. G. Mcmurphy vice president Charles r. Carpenter treasurer and mrs. C. S. Beebe Secretary of the original organization. I ir-1 Library Board. Till the assistance of the woman to club the City Council non aggression agreement with Quot As prevailed upon in 1896 to boys to and men to basketball teams know about scientific Medicine and Are urged to begin now in making their plans fur the coming season major league games will again be played at Mckinley Ami Knapp gyms on monday and thursday nights throughout the Winter months. Game rooms open. Men and older boys living in the Vicinity of the Girke View and Racine Street centers Are being urged to use the facilities offered at the two buildings. The centers Are under supervision at All hours of the Day. Pocket billiards table Tennis Schafkopf checkers carols and other table games Are offered. Clubs Are being formed in several age groups. Smaller boys Are being formed into midget Cadet and cub basketball leagues. Hiking w ill continue during the Lake Winter. An indoor Archery Range brine and a Golf driving net will be available at the Southside Center. Hygiene a or. Fishbein wrote in t preface. Or. Fishbein and his. Socia ted experts open with a Chapt r on the Choice of a physician then the family medical Chest and first Aid. From then on the boo. Follows the medical course of the individual devoting chapter to sex Hygiene pregnancy and child care through the hazards of Middle age and finally old age diseases. Germany to. This development Shook the French polish Mutual Aid treaty Ami increased Frances trepidation. Germany s alleged desire foe Austria produced an ominous crisis during the austrian Domestic upheaval of february. 1934. Germany was said to covet the Iron raise a Library fund and major David Janes appointed c. H. Lee Thomas m. Kearney Charles Geissler. Martin Clancy a. J. Volland l. Schaefer mrs. J. J. Mcmurphy. Mrs. John Hopper and mrs. C. S. Jice Bee As members of the Library Board. The fund appropriated was sufficient for equip Ore in St v Ria Bra use she had lost Merit and running expenses and afternoon Tea hour accepted in Hollywood brine prefer is body of Soldier in Lake Sebastopol u. S. S. ?" a the perfectly preserved body of a red army Soldier killed 15 years ago during the russian civil War recently was found in a Salt in crimean peasants. The far saltier than that of th1 sea was said to be responsible for th1 body s preservation. Even the soldiers clothes and shoes were intact As Well As his documents which showed h Prokhor ova nov. The Iron in Alsace Lorraine and in the Saar. With Germany to recovery of the Saar this Factor has faded. The polish corridor was another sore spot lat Vear. Germany to resentment at losing it coupled with Poland s determination to retain Manv it produced a ticklish situation. Poland s precarious tenure of her territory carved from Russia Germany and Austria Hungary at the end of the War was in it Ltd a Likely cause of future conflict As the situation stood a year ago. Another War menace. Russia s distrust and bar of Germany because of the latter belligerent attitude toward com was monism was another cause of tension in 1 93 4. This strengthened Hully Wood. an to Iii so Many n movie stars have been England recent in. Either to work on the lots there or to vacation that Hollywood Aas taken to a number of English habits. The body will be buried with russian Friendship with Poland to military honors. Tile Point where Germany was in Palestine is site for peace Temple Jerusalem. Trieste. Italy s chief prize from the world War was her sword of Damocles. Trieste would be use $5,112.22 was Given by Public Spirite i citizens to pay for Hooks. The Library was on the ground floor of the Secor building main and third streets present location of the Nelson hotel and its first Supply of books including Iota besides those purchased wag 3.4 39 volumes. Because City appropriations were insufficient to meet the demand for books Many were donated by citizens. The quarters became too Small Rind a movement was started in 1901 fir a new to at Ion. Aru Egie donation accepted. About this time it was Learned that or. Carnegie had made a. Number of donations for new libraries and an Appeal for assistance was made to him. He res bonded favourably offering $30,-000 for a building with a provision that the City would furnish a site and guarantee to support uns Temple fun to Germany As a port and this the Library it it Quot ill a Quot annual approx s. F. Here to Early thought on Yule decoration turn u 9. Basketball products. Wisconsin educational re ave an recreational advantages and the other factors in state life which arc considered As resources of the state. Frank p. Vaughn president of lha Wisconsin chamber of com. Rem e pointed out that i. Or a t we a was in no manner commercial. I Washington. Nov. 16.�?" up a weather Outlook for the period of nov. 18 to nov. 2 3.�?"for the Region of the great lakes much cloudiness. Precipitation rather frequent seasonable temperature. In Uhd b no Tda a in Middle o. Cos of week. Day Mendenhall Lloyd is. Climic Mortenson wednesday Anderson the Climax of these is the pause of peace is to be erected on mount fact led Italy to mass troops in Scopus just outside the City of South Tyrol last year to guard Jerusalem to serve us a Center for against the Chanco of Germany to All elements working for the Ideal absorption of Austria. Of peace. Rumania has Oil Fields. In 193 4 the recently formed world peace it was widely believed that both organization with Headquarters in Germany and fran a coveted a a Sun. Flay turned to Ute states after making Jerusalem announce that it has them. Such a rivalry could be 1 Rdv Sud a picture fur a unmet at Bistre acquired about Eisher acres near come dangerous. Who a a not it urdu cd a novo a it a a rear London took to England to the hebrew University grounds for in 1934 Hungary was j earning Oteng urged to return their entry Black Tea while working there. This purpose. To recover Slovakia from Czecho Graham is. Jorgenson Olson thursday. Cobbe. Lizdas is. B. Palinski Schmuhl Friday. Trum Bull Tufnell is. Nelson Schuleit. I tuesday at Lac \ a i Ank gel Mesen pc Bowman i ers who have re a it. In the Day to occupation for a cup of Tea at 5 Oclock. The present Tea idea is credited Richard Dix. This actor re Priatno i of not less than $5,000. This offer was accepted by the City Council and the main Library was erected on the present site which was bought from mrs. Mary l. Hall for , less her contribution of $1,000. Most of till remainder was donated by citizens. The Cornerstone was Laid Mav 3<y 9"3, and the building i. N to pag1 9, column 2.

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