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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - October 11, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin I what our i readers have j i to say. V sunday journal times bulletin i f la i tin will of Paia tar any a amment cited i h i a col on n. I vol. 6�?no. 26. Racine wis., sunday october la 1936. Circulation Over 21,000 poem demonstrates Fate of speeders dear editor Here is a verse i think. Is Fine for the speeders in and around Racine. It to Date Jack and Jill sped Down a Hill arid hit a curve quite Sharp. The car turned Turtle Jack s Wreath was Myrtle and Jill is playing a Harp. A. A Island ave i wild Bill of gunmen % tempting foods on program of cooking school cooking school Sale of tickets lauded dear editor i am a weekly Reader of the sunday bullets and last sunday read about your fall cooking school which will soon open again. Want to Tell you i was sure glad to hear that you were going to Reserve seats again this year for us. It sure is so much better to know you Are going to have a seat when you get there rather than having to Start c it a couple of hours before it Start and stand in line As we had to do in recent years. I think its a splendid idea. Hope the school will be a grand Success this fall. So Here Are three cheers for the journal times and their cooking school. E. M., Taylor Avo Parent opposes school Towel plan dear editor i quite agree with m. R. Of Slauson ave. About the question of towels in schools. When you have three children in school it certainly runs into Money. I can see no reason if a child wants to take her own iou Al Why she can t. It is up to the child if she forgets her Towel and gets p for a Mark. is is the Way my children do each morning before they leave for school they name off what subjects they will have that Day and take what books they need and if they have gym they know they need a clean Towel. Would like to see More comments on this subject. T., Harrison St 4-Day event will Start on tuesday mis applying Beauty aids is common fault Racine women told right use of makeup mis Lucite Harris emphasize culinary economies. Story on prizes on Page 8 student appeals for bicycle rack dear editor i would like to know Why there has t been something done about putting a bicycle rack at the Washington Junior High school. Mckinley and other schools have them so Why can to Washington. I think Many others feel the same Way about it. I Hope i see some development on this matter. P., w. Prospect St against removal of ashes by City dear editor in answer to m. W., n. Chatham St., there Are about 50 or 60 men that make their living now by going to Homes and collecting ashes floating factory for the Small sum of 5 cents a a crazy cake Pink dumplings and a dish called a a Bridget a Short rib Crown May sound silly for a cooking school program but wait until you taste them says miss Lucile Harris lecturer who will conduct the journal times cooking school which will open tuesday evening and continue through Friday at memorial Hall. She hints that the crazy cake is a chocolate con feet Ion and Tomato juice has something to do with the Pink of the dumplings j but More than that she refuses to reveal. Varied and tempting will be the array of dishes prepared and shown during the course of a foods of the nation a although miss Harris Points out that each of the 77 dishes selected was chosen for the average homemaker s repertory. None Are extravagant she promises declaring Economy is emphasized on every program. Skillful utilization of left overs is one of the features in addition to suggestions on the use of economical meat cuts. All sessions of the school will be held in the evening and tickets to cents Are on Sale at the journal times office. Those holding tickets will be admitted first and the Supply for each night is limited to the seating capacity of the j auditorium. Numerous new angles in addition to the Many prizes demonstrations presentation of recipes and lectures will be featured at the journal times 1936 cooking school. Incorrectly used Rouge is menace to appearance Correct makeup badly applied makeup is worse than none at All is the advice of cosmetics experts to women of Racine. And it has been said that among those Racine women who Are inexpert with Beauty aids the misapplication of Rouge is the fault most frequently noticed. Authorities have reduced the. _ use of Rouge to a formula intended built it Germany to cover All types of Beauty As ins a a huge floating follows Oil factory a vessel of 18,500 tons. Experiment first has now passed its tests and been Rouge is supposed to cover the handed Over to the London com area where natural color would Pany for which it was built. Show. Do brisk exercises for 15 the vessel is the a Terje Viken a minutes then look at your Cheeks built by the Desch imag Yards of or Pat them for two minutes wait Bremen for the United whalers half a minute then scrutinize. Ltd., of London. She has a carry after either of these your color take out the ashes and cans every ing capacity of 30,000 tons and will will Rise and where it shows is sum Bushel and Are glad to go anywhere in the City for a Call. If the City takes Over the collection of ashes that would put these men out of employment and also the men that have All their Money invested in trucks. These men Are licensed Ash haulers. It is far easier to have these men go right into your basement and week than to have to carry them to your Back Yard. E. Few. Lawn ave would liberalize bus transfers dear editor for a Long time i have had a pet Peeve so Here goes Why does no to the t. E. R. Amp l. Co. Give the Street car and bus Riding Public the same privileges As they do their Milwaukee patrons in regard to transfers in Milwaukee you can use a Transfer at any Corner you wish but not so Here. You must get on at certain Corners and very few people know these Corners. Last week i was in a bus when an elderly woman got on and handed the conductor a Transfer. He looked at her and told her she could t use the Transfer on this Corner and would have to pay her fare. I be seen it Many times already. Sometimes a conductor says nothing. In a hoping someone in authority will see this providing it gets into print and try and let us use our Transfer at any Corner. A. A. N. Main St be accompanied by nine Small where Rouge ought to be. Whaling boats. Remember always that your eyes the first trial cruise was made Are the focal Points of your face from Bremen to Heligoland. The do All you can to make them a vessel will shortly proceed to Cen Pear larger More Luminous. If trial America and Start from there you put Rouge far downward on on her first whaling cruise. The your Cheeks you will draw Atten a Terje Viken will have a Crew of ution away from your eyes. Besides 400, is some 630 Fet Long and 87 Rouge which is applied lavishly on feet wide. J the lower half of your face will an order for the construction of make you look years older. A second Oil factory of this kind if you like Cream Rouge pick a has already been Given. Soft variety then practice putting Hickok a career As professional Short lurid scores of victims on noted peace officers list Bullet from pistol of Drunken poker opponent kills him. Overdone makeup comparison of the two Large pictures provides a graphic lesson in makeup. The same Model posed for both although it is a far cry from the Lovely creature at left to the Haggard looking one above. Note How the heavy application of Rouge Low on the Cheeks detracts attention from the eyes How badly applied lipstick makes the Mouth look pinched up and heavy application of Mascara makes the eyes look tired. Center the Model show s How Cream Rouge should be applied three spots forming a Triangle on the upper half of the Cheeks to be blended later to look like a natural flush. And spread until they meet. Pat the edges of the coloured area until they blend leaving no harsh lines or streaks. How to apply powder. If you need a Little More color add three More tiny dots and Pat again. Done to try to get it All on the first time. Remember that Well groomed women agree that you should allow half As much time for application of Rouge As you do tor Quick morning make Over foundation and Rouge then whisk off the excess with complexion Brush or piece of Cotton. Of a teachers try up. This gives you some idea of it on right. Put one Small Dot of How important the routing pro it High on your cheekbone near., Cess is. Your nos another in the Center a tween in no cow pm j pow Jer ought to be one Shade out new system of your cheekbone Hall Way be just underneath the Bone. Now j lighter than the natural tone of a a ,. Two Een nose and errand the third Pat gently making tile dots spread your skin. Press quantities on Pocatello ins a a it _ _ _ new system of education the con Ference discussion method re j Cei Ved its first trial in w Estem j states at the University of Idaho i Southern Branch where adult1 teachers of the spa emergency education setup were trained un-1 i Der direction of or. E. Warrington of Oregon state College. Imbi Bers in Toledo face Sway test Toledo. A a use of a modified Remberg Sway test to determine immediately after accidents whether the Drivers were intoxicated is advocated by a Toledo commission. A suspected Driver would be asked to walk a Chalk line close eyes and pick Coin from floor sign his name for comparison look up Telephone numbers and answer general questions. By Hubert Johnson of All the pistol experts in the untamed West William wild Bill Hickok has been rated As the peer of any in cold courage and the Superior of any in action. He was a gunman but he chose to fight on the Side of the Law As a peace officer. His career As a professional gunman lasted Only eight years and he was killed when he was 39. During his career he killed from 35 to 85 men not counting the too confederates he was credited with killing during the civil War. Wild Bill was a picturesque Western figure. His six feet two inches w Ere straight and erect. He had Broad shoulders and a tapering Waist. His Light Brown hair fell upon his shoulders. He had a Long Wavy Mustache beneath his Long Sharp nose. Lived up to reputation. Hickok started with an unearned reputation but he lived up to it. It was said that As a Young Man at a Nebraska stage station wild Bill killed to desperadoes in a hand to hand fight and that he was shot la times and was stabbed 13 times. However the facts show that Dave Mccanles had sold the station to the stage company on monthly payments. One month the payment due was not ready and Dave announced he would clean up the station. Young Hickok stepped Forward and Mccanles challenged him to fight. Hickok killed him with a Rifle. Two companions of Mccanles rushed up and Bill slew them with his revolver. The men at the stage station were arrested but were freed on a self defense plea because there were no witnesses. During the civil War Hickok became known As a wild Bill for his daring As a Union Sharpshooter and spy. He is supposed to have killed up to too of the enemy. Gun Duel described. Colonel George w. Nicholas saw wild Bill in Springfield mo., and wrote a Story in an 1867 Issue of harpers Magazine which spread Bill a Fame throughout the nation. The colonel described a Duel wild Bill fought with a desperado Dave Tutt. By agreement they advanced toward each other in my a shoulder and cried in simulated horror a a done to Stab him in the Back give him a Chance a Bill a a arranges funeral. Sullivan whirled and Bill shot him through his heart. A this funeral came off the next Day a Bill commented. Desperado Jack Straw Han leaped at wild Bill to kill him in a Saloon. Bill shot his assailant turn to Page 2, column 5. Story contest is under Way $50 in Cash prizes offered writers of Racine county write a Story write it now because it May bring a prize in the Short Story contest which the journal times is conducting to uncover potential literary Talent in Racine county. Everyone is eligible except journal times employees and their families and the stories will be judged on their merits alone. Conditions of the contest summarized Are As follows contest closes at 6 Oclock Friday nov. 6. First prize is $25. First prize $25 in Cash second $15 third Sio. Any additional stories accepted $3 each. Enter As Many stories As you like. Authors of stories accepted must give up any copyright or other rights stories will not be returned. Stories must contain 1,000 words or less typewritten matter preferred if in longhand must be neat legible and written in Ink. Narrative interest required Mere description or character study not enough. Racine setting is preferable but not necessary. Must be original. Must be original compositions not heretofore published. Write on one Side of paper number pages and put name and address on each. Names of authors will be used on accepted stories. Stories must be in Good taste the Springfield Square. Tutt fired and must conform with regulations one Hundred and fifty outstanding teachers of the program representing 40 of this states 44 counties Are enrolled in the course. Educators conducting the course enthusiastic concerning re baseball moves out of no. I spot football steals limelight again Are asks regulation at big intersection dear editor i wish the City would put an officer or lights at the Corner of Washington ave., West blvd. And twelfth St. It was a bad crossing when twelfth St. Was closed but now it win be opened in a few i sub Zero weather weeks and there will be Many More cars going through on the Nice new pavement it is really dangerous for school children As there Are five different directions to watch while crossing. Many times i have had to wait a Long time before i could get us. Courage to Cross and i am 12 years old. Smaller children must dread it by Keith Brehm the interest of his chewing gum baseball moved out of the no. I business. Boss Grimm after listening to Wrigley and viewing the ruin caused by the Yankee bats in the new York series decided he ought to do something about building up a National league pitching i spot in the sports Parade during the past week leaving the position to football. The Yankees did the expected in the Nickel world series by flattening the giants in six games. The american league suits. Leaders of the More conventional methods of education have reserved comment awaiting definite evidence of results. Did t Hurt fish Leonardville kens., a up a in the Spring of 1935, Dan and Kenneth Bohnenblust took four Gold fish from their Stock tank and placed them in the pasture Pond. The Brothers believed the fish had Frozen during sub Zero execution squad established a staff to Cope with the americans flock of new batting Marks As and sent Lon Warneke to the car Winter weather but returned re you May see this letter and say j gently to find 600 goldfish swim Tum to Page 7, column 3. Ming in the Pond. They crushed the giants 18-4 and 13-5 As Well As by smaller margins. The Chicago White sox took the time to establish themselves As champs of Chicago by handing the cubs four successive beatings in their City series. Owner p. K. Wrigley got so mad after that pasting that he announced the entire cub roster including Boss Charlie Grimm himself could be had cheap. For a time he considered giving one cub player with each package of chewing gum until the Supply was exhausted but decided against the plan in finals in Exchange for Bud Parmelee and rip Collins. Football gets fast Start. It was reported that Brooklyn might help the cause by Chipping in Van Mungo to team with the Deans and Warneke. Collegiate football got off to a fast Start with a few big time games oct. 3. In one of these Marquette repeated its last years Victory Over Wisconsin but barely emerged with a 12-6 win Over the badgers As compared with the 33-0 pasting of last fall. Northwestern Defeated Iowa in the first big ten game and did it with such ease that the wildcats were immediately rated the conference a dark horse and named As the team most Likely to upset Ohio state or Minnesota 1935 champions this fall. Washington Park held Kenosha to a scoreless tie and Beloit High turned Back William Horlick High 27-0 in the big eight while St. Catherine s was absorbing a 33-0 beating from Burlington in a non conference game. Service sports opened their Amateur football season with a scoreless tie with Elkhorn merchants. The Lakeshore soccer league opened its 1936-37 schedule with Racine Deutscher beating Racine danish brotherhoods 7 to 2 and Racine Vikings Topping Kenosha d. B. S., 5-1. The vikes meet the Deutscher at Howell Field this afternoon at 2 p. In. And the Kenosha d. B. Team plays Kenosha Simmons. Get Wright took the Lead in individual Bowling with a 704 series on games of 247, 245 and 212 in the business menus league for co j a season s record. The journal times team which Wright anchors totalled 3063 for another first place in a tenpin Chuck Cape state director placed among the leaders with a 267 game. Lau shoes bowled 3,011 and Carlson coverings 2,993 in the state Street league tuesday night to gain places among the leaders. Wednesday night the Pabst hotels bowled a 1,065 game in the Speers commercial league. Among the headline stories of the week was one from Madison to the effect that Allen Mahnke former Washington Park athlete and senior Center on the University of Wisconsin football team May be lost to the badgers for the season due to injuries received in an automobile Accident last weekend. First and missed. Bill shot from 50 Yards and the desperado was shot through the heart. In his use of pistols. Wild Bill was Superb. He could put five bullets within a three Inch Circle on a Telegraph pole As he galloped past. When a tin can was thrown into the air he could draw his guns and hit the can several times before it touched the Earth. In another trick he would flip a wooden Block out of water with a Bullet and Riddle the Block before it hit the water again. Shoots four bullies. Quot four cowboys bullied wild Bill in Nebraska. Challenging them All he was shot in the right Arm by their first Bullet. Using his left Arm he shot and killed them a. At Hayes City four soldiers entered a Saloon to kill him. The Leader shot at the noted gunman who was tilted Back in his chair with his hat Over his eyes and with a pistol in each hand. Wild Bill replied with both guns and killed Hie four soldiers. Wild Bill hid after a free for All with 14 soldiers. Fighting the whole seventh cavalry was too much he explained. Two shots two dead. A visitor in Hayes City in its youth saw two men come out of a Saloon and walk toward the Railroad station with drawn guns. He heard a double a crack a and both men fell dead. On the station platform stood wild Bill with both of his revolvers smoking. In the same City a Small fighting irishman known As Sullivan shoved cocked guns into Bill a face and threatened the gunman with death. Bill looked Over the pig governing publication of news matter. Editors of the journal times will be the sole judges and their decisions will be final. Slate Seal replica banned on Flag Jonesboro ins a a replica of the great Seal of the state can not be flown on a College Flag. President v. C. Kays of Arkansas state College was advised of this by the attorney general a office. Reason Given follows a the Constitution contemplates that the state Seal be used Only for the official purposes authorized by the Constitution. The Board of trustees of the institution can adopt any Seal or insignia that May be suitable for the College Flag so Long As the device adopted is not prohibited by sunflowers bother Connecticut Democrat Avon a a Republican a a two timer and similar phrases were humorously hurled at democratic postmaster George t. Manion As he gazed at tile plentiful crop of sunflowers in his Yard so he got rid of the Flowers. After a weeks work the task seemed Complete and Manion smiled with pleasure. However one Day Manion went behind his Bam with some rubbish and there were two smiling sunflowers staring him in the face. A folks can to see these so ill let them grow a he said

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