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29 Nov 1936

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29 Nov 1936

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 29, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin I what our i readers have a a to say. I 9 Psi will be paid Fary f i any comment used i sunday journal times bulletin vol. 6�?"no. 33. Racine wis., sunday november 29,1936. Circulation Over 21,000 submits poem of Aid to mothers Deer editor this poem has solved a problem in our Home and May be of some value to mothers. Have the children memorize with some form. Of compensation such As a show allowance Etc. My morning duty Quot when i awake in the morn i have seven duties to perform Wash my face neck and ears until it almost brings me tears Brush my Teeth and Shine my shoes neither one costs much to use. Clean my Finger nails comb my hair i pledge to follow my duties with care. W. C a Herrick ave Quot souvenir leavers Quot another worry dear editor t. J. Told about souvenir vipers let me Tell about souvenir ?� some people s warped sense of humor leads them into changing Hie tops of Salt and Pepper shakers mixing Salt and sugar and unscrewing tops of these condiment containers so that the next customer meets with embarrassing accidents. These tricks Are really not a bit humorous but Shew that there Are still uncivilized people Mong us. Every time this is done the Numier thinks its original. Well it in to some Moron tried it years ago. The worst thing we run into. Though is the a Ogum under tables under seats they leave it when it is much More sanitary to drop the gum in a Napkin to be discarded in the proper receptacle. My dear readers the next time you eat out remember someone lust before you May have left some germs there which you May pick up on your fingers with serious results. Of course if you do these things in your Home please continue to do them wherever you go As we All want you to feel perfectly at Home. Thanks editor. R. H., fifteenth St Santa set for big yuletide snails and scorched frogs among a medicines Quot employed i quacks of earlier Days fortunes made by paddlers of weird concoctions history shows some old remedies still popular. By Hubert Johnson Lull sold an essence of Rosemary. As old As human nature quack Lull dissipated his youth and for Erv has brought fortunes to those tune quickly. Although married at who know something of Medicine and could safeguard the secret of their preparations cheap newspapers and alluring advertisements have increased the demand and lowered the Price of modern 22 and having three children he continued to make love to every woman he met until a serious love affair with a virtuous married woman. Ambrosia de castello. Turned his thoughts to Medicine quack Medicine but before their and a cure for cancer from which Day the earliest a remedy a a Ocol she was suffering. From Medicine myrium of Danaus a also must have he passed to Christian pro Pagan been a profitable business at about a. He devoted his life to ardent $45 a bottle in constantinople Dur missionary work among the moing the first Century. Even at this Hamm edans. He died at the age of Price the celebrated Eye lotion 80 from the ill treatment he suf was often unobtainable a writer recorded. In the thirteenth Century Arnold de Villa Nova and Ramon Fer cd at the hands of the moors while preaching against their religion. He is said to have found the secret of transmuting other metals into Gold and to have coined Gold in the presence of Edward Iii who promised to use it to War against the Saracens. Lull left England in disgust when the King used the Money to fight France it is declared. A weapon ?� the a weapon ointment it of the state Street businessmen seventeenth Century was said to heal wounds if applied to the Lucky shopper will win $500 will offer free Gifu. Christmas shopping in the state Street District will get in full swing monday. As an inducement to Early shopping merchants under a program sponsored by the state Street businessmen s association announce that attractive prices will be placed on All merchandise and that in comments on ibis from the people addition numerous free gifts will to Shire. England make it today be distributed among shoppers in ,-a1 Quot Quot it would Combine two holidays dear editor i think it would be a Good idea if we could have armistice Day and thanksgiving Day All in one Day. That is because armistice Day is also a Day of thanksgiving. Some people have considered this idea and i would like to hear More weapon which had caused the in a y. A sympathetic powder a which consisted of Blue vitriol was applied to the blood stained garments instead of the wounds. Tilly to dutch drops were first made in Haarlem in 1672. They Are manufactured today by a descendent of the inventor class Tilly. They Are made of spirit of Nitro Balsam of turpentine Gaia cum Clover and Amber. Daffy s elixir was the discovery of a Clergyman. Sutton amp company of Chiswell Street in Leices pack of toys Heil open in Racine to be largest and Best in last 7 years gadgets for children to imitate adult activities of All kinds new thrills in store for youngsters under Christmas tree. Lamps As Well As electric doorbells. Every kind of train. \ the toy Parade of streamline trains includes every new Model in grownup railroading. Illuminated passenger cars observation cars in the latest two Decker streamlining design and True to life whistles Are some of the new thrills that trains boast even in lower Price ranges. The six drive locomotive formerly a Model maker to luxury has been manufactured for the first time. Complete freight car equipment in the latest styles also is being featured for miniature railroads. Milk cars Auto cars log and Sand turn to Page 2, col. I sub soil a Eye to bores 500 feet cartoon by Heuman stage set for kiwanis minstrel show with Racine stars and radio notables of Racine. M., Douglas ave redder praises sunday editorial dear editor let to have some More editorials from the writer of a Oit Isno to too later of last sunday s bulletin. How Well we could apply this locally where it could do Good. Some of our local firms have a record of continued growth and expansion. This to me indicates a True desire on the part of the management to consider every need and problem. Others seem to indicate they have not a True sense of their responsibility. Let us Hope they will pattern after their More successful business associates who seem Able to overcome their problems. Vav. A. No a Dekoven ave the District. A grand prize award of $500 in Cash will be Given to the most fortunate shopper at a drawing dec. 24. In addition Many valuable merchandise awards Are to be Given. Special edition today. One ticket on the prize drawing is to be Given with each 25-Cen Purchase from nov. 30 to dec. 24. Stores participating in the program Are making their individual announcements in a special tabloid edition in today s sunday bulletin. Stores also will be designated by cards which will be displayed in their windows. Many suggestions for Christmas gifts Are contained in the father tranquille a Capuchin Monk at the louvre originated a Baume Quot about 1684, which was composed entirely of herbs and Oil. Frogs boiled in Oil until they were Burnt were sometimes added. New drug discovered. Adrian Helvetius a dutchman was sent of Paris in his youth to sell his fathers quack medicines. While in France he was apprenticed to an eminent parisian doctor. A grateful patient presented the doctor with a new drug. The conservative doctor ignored it but Helvetius found it a Good cure for dysentery. Using quackery methods he made himself Well known with his new drug. During a serious illness of the Dauphin Helvetius was called in by Louis Xiv. Advertisements of these merchants the King attributed the Dauphin to and it is suggested that readers i waitress resents mothers tactics dear editor this May seem a very bold and aggressive letter to be writing but i do Hope it gets in print so that guilty persons will be More considerate. It really concerns me Otic american missionary and a alone but i May unknowingly be chinese tailor 75 years ago the expressing the sentiments of Many first american Flag Ever flown in the Interior of South China is now in Possession of a new York family in Canton far from his native new York the Rev. Samuel w. Bonney was inspired by a Patriot recovery to Helvetius bought his prescription for $5,000 and made it Public. The unknown drug was ipecac Canha a drug common today made from the Root of a South american creeping Plant. Johann Conrad Dippel was a has historic Flap German alchemist who set up new ?" ins a fashioned medical practice in Holland. De from Odd bits of Cotton by a Patri spite several prosecutions he became famous and successful. He keep them for reference before setting out on their shopping missions. New York family a girl. I am a waitress in a Small restaurant and i like my work but Why must some of the customers make it so unpleasant. They Are All Nice and i like them if they would no to try to pry into my private distilled an Oil which was supposed to be a sleeping draught and a cure for All skin diseases. Dippel cured the son of the King of Sweden during an illness. Befriended by count. The count of Wittgenstein befriended him at the end of his life when others had deserted him. He. ,. I in poem written during the civil affairs especially the opposite War by the Rey Edward Hopper died in 1754, although he Prophe sex and continue trying to get a m new York the Rey Bonney re sled he would die in 1808. By acceded a copy of the poem As he cadent he discovered prussian prepared to leave for Hankow Blue a dark Blue substance hav with three British missionaries. A Copper Luster used in dyeing from the Bow of the boat in Anc painting. Joshua Ward is reported to have it for granted Quot that Thev Ca n few Union Jack. The Rev. Or. Started As a Footman in the for granted that they an get b. Chinese tailor Century. He ran for the More familiar with you than they a of. British narnia mint Anh tools a spat would if they had met you under other circumstances. Date when you clearly express to them that you Don t care to go out after All. We tre human and resent some of the things which their topics of conversation infer., Why do some people just take the missionaries travelled the stage is set for the kiwanis 1936 minstrel show and musical and dance production a Oza Zug at the venetian theater Friday evening dec. 4. The receipts Are to be used exclusively for underprivileged child work. Frank Carey is the director and will stage the show and Oscar Frings will be his assistant. Or. Carey says the show will surpass in Many ways that of last year when the club membership cast appeared before a packed House. The Best local musical and dance Talent has been obtained for the last act and some of the most popular artists in Racine will appear. Among those in the last act Are the radio stars Tony wons and Fibber Mcgee and Molly who Are to appear in person. The scenery is by Amelia Grain of Philadelphia and the costumes Are by Hooker Howe Haverhill mass. The minstrel cast. Ralph King will be interlocutor. Included in the list of Funmark ers Are or. Oliver Pfeiffer Wesley Blish Ray Beaugrand Earl Polley or. E. C. Bauernfeind Dar Vriesman Gene Beaugrand and John i. Allen. As Ballad its Are listed Edgar Davies j. Preston Smith and aage Jensen. Choristers Are Milton f. Haum Erson Guerdon head David Walker Harold Lingsweiler Harry Mcgaughey Merle Maynard Norman Botsford or. E. R. Anderson or. A. A. Sampe j. J. Mccarthy a when did you leave heaven a aage Jensen. A Osome of these Days a Gene Beaugrand and j. Preston Smith. A old cow hand a Wesley Blish. A Copper coloured Gal of mine a Ray Beaugrand. A without a song a Edgar Davies. The first act will close with the finale by the entire company. Act ii scene i. Swing swing and More swing the three pals. Scene 2. From radio land Tony wons and Fibber Mcgee and Molly. Scene 3. This scene styled a Gypsy nights Quot will show the brightly burning campfire and the characters. Gypsy sweethearts a Muriel Larson and aage Jensen. The Camp Clown or. Harry Walters. The accordionist Carl Carelli. By Lloyd b. Wash Cain Santa Claus has come to Racine with his biggest pack since 1929. I Laden with a record number of new thrills the Jolly Saint is ready to distribute 15 per cent More playthings this Christmas than the $200,000,000 toy pack he put under last year to Yule Trees reflecting this country to enthusiasm for peaceful Enterprise More than 99 per cent of Santa s new toys imitate adult activity in science Industry homemaking baby care fashion Art and transportation. Toys and games inspired by a menus Law enforcement activities cowboys and historical military events Are the Battle strategies featured and represent less than one per cent of the total 1936 toy volume. Impartial to political parties Santa has fulfilled in realistic workable miniature every aspect of the More abundant life which Campaign orators glowingly described. To land is geared for a record Boom in Home building an furnishings Complete with land scaling garages and period and big i arcs Cample modernistic furniture. Transportation toys have zoomed far beyond the most optimistic forecasts for adult business recovery with an All time High in production of miniature a ufos trucks air planes railroads doll carriages sleds with tear drop decks and wheel toys of All kinds including miniature trailers. Miniature airports and filling stations Are popular. Electrified streamlined. The play world for 1936 has been electrified streamlined and modernized according to the very latest word in scientific and artistic invention. Thrills in dolls include up to the minute fashions new hair styles Finger nails for dolls and dolls that walk gracefully. Adult demand for parlor games have boosted sales too per cent. There is a 30 per cent in crease in educational play sets Only provides locomotion but of to the Gypsy King Harry James. The Gypsy Queen Jean Nash. Gypsy mended sheriff Irving sheriff Dave sheriff l. Bardsley l. Beck c. Jensen and Guerdon head. Gypsy girls a Dorothy Speer Ruth Bardsley Mary Jane Kruse j games and books sponsored Margaret Nelson Dorothy Ander comic characters and movie and son Burdett Koehler Harriet radio stars. New movie projectors Vriesman Elaine Kitto Shirley have color attachments. Determine subsoil for data. New Orleans mrs an a underground Eye Quot for determining the Type of soil As deep As 500 feet below the surface has been used by u. S. Army engineers at new Orleans. It was designed by David Bowman assistant Engineer on the civilian staff of the army s District engineers office Here. The a underground Eye is a Gadget weighing a couple of Hundred pounds or so. With it. Engineers can take soil samples of about 60 cubic centimetres at any desired depth up to 500 feet. The apparatus is set up on a Small truck so that it can be moved about the Countryside with ease. The motor truck engine not Anderson Helen Lane Dorothy Peters and Elaine m. Carey. More musical numbers. A Fortune Teller a with Gypsy dancers. A Gypsy love song a to to Muriel Larsen and aage Jensen. A play fiddle play a Harry James. A Oit s the Gypsy in me a or. Harry Walters. A Ostreet song a Jean Nash. A of children to toys inevitably reflect the interests of the grownup world around them a said one prominent Racine merchant. A othe 20-year development of the american toy Industry has closely followed the advancement in science Art and Industry reflected in american life. Toys have always been designed to look like adult possessions but modern american toys have been made purposeful lat will be the directors of music. Frederic March his instructor in drama had forgotten him by George Ross new York not All the moments of Fredric March to vacation sojourn in Manhattan were spent in the limelight and Public Glare in the manner of the True dyed Hollywood Ian. It escaped notice at the time that or. March dodged everybody one Day and took a taxicab to a Little known address in washing Orson White and Erving Ger Safe an it durable As Well so that children can a learn by doing it the majority of toys for 1936 i Christmas Trees have been scientifically tested to determine their educational value for children of different age groups. Instead of being merely colourful novelties modern american toys Are recon by crates the drilling Rig and the pumps so that it sends one Section of pipe after another along a rotary Drill Stem do in into the ground. Ifs a heavy tube. The a of Eye itself is a heavy steel tube made of sections that join. It is operated by a Spring and at the desired level beneath the surface a chamber within the tube is charged with a Sample of the Oil through which the bit is passing. The chamber then is withdrawn and emptied. The new device received its first tryout recently. With apparently no More Effort than would be involved in pushing a Glass Rod through cheese the Tittle outfit thrust one Section after another through the soil until a Hole 75 feet deep had been drilled. The Rig Wall be used to determine the subsoil in laying out the Dios admiring Scrivener Auto sized As tools which play an Essen new Atchafalaya flood Way under graph hounds and fans in general. But one Day he excused himself from social servitude did some Amateur detective Wrork and ordered a cabdriver to the Washington Heights address. He hoped he was on the right track. Sheets no movie fan. The woman who opened the door for him was of course she Mark Heath l. Rosser Tom Lloyd ton Heights rapped upon an of i who had taught Fredric March gathered bits of coloured Cotton to British parliament and took a seat form the american hag. Only to Befu red to flee to France i love to be Friendly and have lots of friends but i soon learn to hate people if they try to take advantage of a naturally Friendly spirit. I sincerely Hope you print this and thank you for the bulletin. Miss s., Carlisle ave when it was found that he had not received a single vote. In Paris he set up As a quack. Political italian women told never to overpay trouble drove him Back to Lon Rome ins a women in Italy Don after George ii pardoned him. Must think twice before they buy he became famous for his a Ohead goods at the Price the shopkeeper ache essence and �??� George demands. They May be commit ii noticed his sensational cures Ting a punishable offence. 8ave him Protection and paid him n2nir�c Signor Starace Secretary of the to treat the poor. Lord Chesterhill Hie nickname fascist party issues monthly lists Field and Horace Walpole Well Given Welt Racine of maximum prices to be charged known to the history students dear editor in shops. This is part a the Strug were among the Rich patients of while my Peeve May not be As Gle to prevent Rise in prices follow Ward. His amazing Success con serious As some others still it dosing the ethiopian v a and sane tinted until his death in 1748. Fuss me up to hear and see lowest j tons. A woman �??� Racine Quot spoken of As a Kringle j shopkeepers who charge More in 1739 an act of parliament ?� it to getting where in to than these prices Are liable to have provided a Reward a Oto Joshua afraid the name May stick and it i their shops shut for a period. Stephens upon a proper discovery Ezra Overson Walter Kirsch Wal Scure door and waited for an old lace Cheesman Martin Hansen and withered woman to respond. De sheriff Irving sheriff Dave she was no Kin of his senti sheriff h. Quamme Vernon he mentally she was something even Ber Preston c. Crewe Glyn Bray j More to him. L. Bardsley and l. Beck. J t0 fully understand go Back miss Elaine m. Carey will be some years. After the world War drum major. Fredric March returned from the dancing sextet is composed j overseas an officer of the a. E. F. Of Harriet Vriesman Elaine Kitto and a heartily disillusioned Young Shirley Anderson Helen Lane i Man. Disinterested in most Pur Dorothy Peters and Elaine m. Suits he preserved a passion for Carey the stage and went to a dramatic the musical numbers. Teacher. She was an erstwhile there will be 14 musical num actress of note and advanced hers some of them old time favor How to act in the Post War Days of 1918. Grown old and inactive she had retired to private and impecunious life in a furnished Flat Uptown. She hardly recognized him incidentally when he arrived. She never As she explained went to moving pictures. So March refreshed her memory As Best he could. Perhaps she has Learned by this time that the lifelong pension that has accrued to her is the Beneficence of the former Pupil whom tial part in child ?� children air minded. Children Are More air minded than their elders. Every youngster wants at least two air planes As Well As a garage full of tiny cars and a Fleet of trucks. There is a new catapult device to launch planes. Miniature Railroad systems Complete with baggage chutes automatic signals and rolling Stock of every Type including Sacramento a a total streamlined flyers Are a leading Cash income of California Farmers juvenile favorite. Amounted to $522,886,000 in 1935, America is in for a record build an increase of 10.5 per cent Over ing Boom if juvenile enthusiasm the previous year and making the for construction forecasts grown state the highest ranking of the up activity. Junior and his sister Union in this respect the depart Are not Only determined to own ment of agriculture reported t their own Homes but to act As \ the figure represents actual architects As Well. Play sets for Cash income and does not include the Markham plan for further flood control according to col. William f. Tompkins District Engineer. The device Mill give the engineers certain data on the underground support for Bridges and other Structure in the flood Way is said. Farm income mount sharply in California in cheapens such a pretty residential Section of the City it seems to me. West Racine might be called a of Racine to Gateway or Gateway West or something More fitting. I turn to Page 4, col. 4 now Signor Starace has an to be made by her for the use of bounced that a Oit is a grave of j the Publick of the medicines presence not Only to sell but also to pared by her for the cure of the buy at More than the maximum ?� widow Stephens who i prices in the lists. People who do merited the remedy from her Hus so Are encouraging ?� a turn to Page 3, col. I ites. Included Are a Roll on Mississippi a with Ray Beaugrand and chorus. A of alexanders to rag time band a Elaine m. Carey and chorus followed by the opening chorus by the entire company. A Oza Zug How the show got its name by the entire chorus. A somebody lied a Earl Polley. Years. She can see in a neighbourhood under her academic Wing i movies almost any time. Her Bills moreover Are being forwarded to or. March in Hollywood whether she protests or not. Her name none will Ever learn it from or. March himself. He would probably writhe to see this much about the incident in the papers. A and she taught him All she knew of stagecraft March became Good enough to be called to Hollywood. Detective March. So he went to the Cinema Colony where of course he became one of the highest paid and most sought after Adonise in celluloid. To land architects include landscape gardening projects As Well As bungalows City houses log Cabins the value of crops used on farms it was explained. Benefit payments co Farmers in and farm houses which Small the state amounted to $7,781,000, hands can put together. Blocks of a 4 per cent increase Over 1934. Wood and composition come in All a a shapes and sizes to help the Home sues when sea Wall building Boom. Cardboard devices i nowhere has fido gone 1 c. Bauernfeind. So numerous in fact were his Var. E. Rious jobs Fogt he had Little Lei a sure for a prolonged Holiday in a and a Little bit More or. O. I new York. W. Pfeiffer. J this came his Way at last Sev a Obye Bye baby a minstrels and eral weeks ago and he was feted 1 dancing sextet by the Home office of his so offer inexpensive aids for constructing Gas stations air plane hangers stores and houses of All kinds. Spoils his Dice game Portland ?" ins a Portland sea Wall May be a Fine thing to keep out the sea but it Isno to traffic manager Toledo a a Sherman Smith assistant professor of civil engineering at the University of Toledo has been named City traffic manager of Toledo following a competitive examination. Children to furniture is produced much Good for a Dice game. That is the opinion of Thomas Jones who asked the City Council to reimburse him for the loss of thirty five cents in period and modernistic styles authentically copied from grownup favourites. Even doll houses in the lowest Price ranges have fur which he suffered during a Dice nature which duplicates period j game because the crumbling sea styles. To land 1936 style should i Wall a of robbed him of a �??� be the brightest on record for j Jones also asked for �?o$5 pecuniary most of the wheel toys have head j damage a but the City Council in lights and doll houses have lighted nored his plea

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