Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
13 Oct 1935

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13 Oct 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 13, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have i to say. \ sunday journal times or bulletin is Villi be Paia for any comment Ltd this column la vol. 5-no. 26. Racine wish a sunday oct. 13, 1935. Circulation 19,500 Here sword of Praise for Library workers let ear editor in place of the bricks so often thrown in your Good column let us reverse the procedure and in the words of Friend a win their hand a few orchids. It is often necessary for All of us to use our splendid Public Library As a source if needed information and like1 most of us when we reach the Library we know exactly what we want without having the faintest idea where to find it. In our bewildered state we meekly Appeal to the reference librarian with a Tagu description of what is really in our minds. With such meager information As we Are usually Able to sri e it is decidedly Gratifying to find that these Well trained efficient and courteous workers can bring to us in the shortest time mor-1 material in answer to our questions than we bad Ever expected to find. So Friend editor let us All who appreciate this sort of service express it through your column. More Bower to our Library and its splendid St Aff ii cd Center St wants better lighting or West Racine Park facing big Grid test ear Elt i los heartily agree with la. S. Lie lighting condition in in. For a Ward whose \ ii i nation of taxable property is the highest n the City. I do think something should be done by the City. Petitioning for better lighting facilities does no Good As Blaine Boulevard petitioned eight years ago and it pc As immediately pigeonholed. I believe that with a City planning commissioner Steps should be taken by him to make a Survey of these conditions. I silo believe that while he is about it. A general surety of the entire City lighting system in taken and Settle this question once and for All. Here s hip to hear fro tie Street ii others in regards ting in our City. Blaine blvd belated sympathy for Joe Louis victim dear editor i Ain not an admirer of Max Baer. I think not lung of Iii appearance. I still think he a a Good fighter even if he did lose. We can t win All the time is the saying of most of the people. Hearing so Many compliments. I m not saying what kind. I feel Titis would be a Good Opportunity to hate my Sav so about the fight. As Long As Max Baer was the Champ j he was swell. 3 great fighter but i As soon As they lose. They show Ltd of courage. That a what i Call terrible. I can guarantee you that these people that Are shooting off their Mouths arc the most Chicken hearted beings that Ever walked on two feet. They should have something to say. They done to realize that everybody a got to lose sometime. At least Max Baer did no to Alibi about losing lie took it on the Chin like a Good scout. So Why not Cut out the talk of Lack of courage and just say everybody got to lose once in a while. I realize in a a Little late with i this letter but better late than never. Yours for bigger and better fights. A. It. Ashland ave Jack Frost reveals halloween s near w h f la Bill allow Kia Quot Mimer skies turn deepest is at Harvard me a Al s cat s parents were Black by tint were crossed with Ped siamese and persian Cas. Hated with one of its of winning plays of 1935 t Ohio u. Upset Illinois with this simple pass play and purple Haze hangs Low when leaves Are changed to brightest Hue and corns shocked Row on Row the old Folk sigh and Sav Quot i fear the Winter will be cold this hut not so fast do seasons Fly for Little girls and boys the signs of fall lift spirits High with thoughts of autumn Joys. Say. Yellow pumpkin All aglow. Quot its halloween done to fear the Snow a j. I. Kearney ave wants shed built for pupils bicycles dear editor now that school has begun and the boys and girls arc taking their bicycles to school. I think they turn to Page la column 2. A it mask manufacture gets impetus in China Anion China. A up a Gas masks Are being made Here at the rate of 300 it Day according to an official report. The first group army authorities have decided to establish a factory for their continual manufacture. All masks Are to be made of native materials unless they cannot be obtained in China and the products will not Only to supplied to the army Navy and air Force but will be offered to the Public. Approximately $000,000 has been appropriated for building expenses and construction of the new factory is scheduled to Start Early in of Luizzi Quot fair roil its show business gains Heitzig. Or a the autumn fair just concluded indicated improved business conditions in Europe in nearly All branches of Trade. Compared with the corresponding fair of last year there was an increase of 12 per cent in the number of exhibit while tile total number of buyers increased from to too to 90.000. Past trom Germany is countries sent characteristic exhibits. The increase largely was due to bilateral regulation of International Commerce a Large number of business transactions were a Siamos Lyra Iii Gat grossed successfully Newton. Mass. a Scione it v produced a Siam est persian cat. Believed the Only one of its kind. Debutante of lied and bred by mrs. Virginia Cobb represent the fourth crossing and was produced according to genetic formulae de Ved by or. Clyde Keeler genetic a coining first Jacko Washington dark halfback who with a Apt. John Christiano and others May play important roles in the game with Kenosha next saturday is shown above scoring the first touchdown of the season at Horlick athletic Field which enabled his team to tie Madison Central 7-7. The Ball was carried Over from the 30-Yard line. Below Jacko is punting out of danger from his of n end zone. 2 ties Lead up to clash a Kenosha Racine school has won Only one game of from rival. By Art Kuenz Nea service sports artist a pass play simple in exec having fed the Jackpot with a pair of successive scoreless ties in 1d33 and 1934, Washington Park and Kenosha High school football teams will be playing for big stakes when they meet next saturday afternoon at Simmons Field Kenosha. A payoff is expected by both parties since a third tie is hardly Likely certainly not a scoreless one. I Over the seven year period in which the two schools have met on the Gridiron Kenosha has gained a decided Edge winning four games while Park was winning but one and two were tied. As a matter of fact Park has scored on the lied devils in Only two games. In 1930, the y ear when Park won Tho big eight football championship the Racine boys Defeated Kenosha 12-9. Lost in 1931. They appeared certain to repeat their Victory in 1931 when they scored 13 Points in the Early minutes of the game but Kenosha came Back to win 23-13. That defeat Cost Washington Park its second championship. Beloit won the title that year Park finishing with a record of live wins a loss and one tic. The same record had won the championship the year previous in a wide open race but Beloit was unbeaten in 1931. The red Dei ils defending the championship they won last season Are a Tough proposition this year. Though upset by Beloit 33-9, two weeks ago they also Are credited with two one sided wins 56-6 Over Janesville and 35-0 Over Madison West. May beat Park. Washington Park s Early season record is unimpressive at first glance. Park tied Central of mad first Quarter after Art Lewis a the left and Cut Over while ire Ison 7-7 and lost to Madison East 200-Pound tackle partly blocked i land. Right end went Down 7-2 although it out gained the purines Lindbergh a punt and tile Ball Tion if a vein offensive Man takes Wen of of Bonds on the mini straight and then to the left to golds by More that four to one. Lure Lindberg out of the play. Evidence of Parks Power was in care of his assignment resulted in one of the biggest upsets of the football season when Ohio University beat Illinois 6-0, Halleck Peden a left end Cut to covered last week however As Janesville was steamroll ered 38-0. Park had no game yesterday and May reach its Peak for the Keno -1-Yard line. The right to be in the Clear in the Bob cats first play a pass Case Kapp should be bottled up. To Chernisky left half failed. The quarterback however was then Jerkovic Ohio University a free on the one Yard line and i Sha Battle. Don Peden a Bob cats marched right half faded Back and to the Jerkovich a pass was right into his Park Keno slip record. On Champaign after having Given right. Dunn the fullback went arms. He stumbled Over to score. A Kenosha id. Washington Park a. I. I 1929 a Kenosha 13. Washington Park 0 the mini a scare last season to out to the right to take care of note How the Bob cat tackles t93o a Kenosha 9. Washington Park 12 Bob Zuppke at , the result the Blini left end. Chernisky took pulled out of line to Block Blini 1932 Kenosha 20, Washington Park 0 of the game was not entirely sur the right end out of the play. Line men Rushing through the Kenosha 0. Washington Park n 00 1934 a Keno a 0, Washington Park a prising. Kapp the Bob frats plaster holes left by the two Ohio uni j totals 8c 25 the winning play came in the Back started Down the Field to verify ends going Down the Field. C00kin6 school to 4-Day session open tuesday Nin dealers of la in in a a have changed positions since last a i. And Apt. A Biff Jones. Oklahoma. In been beaten Are Lynn Waldorf win i a five of the Quot nation s collage football revivalists the coaches i. Leonard stub Allison at California Dick Harlow liar ill had successful debuts. Among the a new dealers a who moved to North Stern University from Kansas state col my w to a ated a a Bill a at i Jon. A n m hate. Harlow top and Allison Are re and Waldorf. Or. Housewife attention please you Aie invited to attend the journal times cooking school a foods on Parade a 19 33 edition. Which will be presented at Mem a rial Hall for four Days beginning i tuesday oct. 15. This cooking school de luxe is in line with the policy of the journal times to be of the utmost service to its readers. To add further interest to the school an attractive list of prizes has been prepared through the generosity of Racine and other co operating merchants and these gifts Are to be presented to those attending the school. As in the past journal times cooking schools this daily gift presentation promises to be by \ to touchdown kor flt a h i Ken or. Of truer Stanford All America k. And an eight foot grizzly Bear that charged him and his guide at the Mouth of Stony River in Ai one of the most popular features of a foods on practical lecturer. The instruction and demonstrations to be Given by miss Lucille Harris during the four Days of this Fine cooking school will be of great assistance in solving cookery problems. While a foods on Parade is a dramatic and colourful presentation it is As practical an a Down to Earth As the most Thrifty housewife can desire. This is evidenced by the fact that special attention is paid to the selection and preparation of meat that important item in the current household budget. The latest and Best methods of cooking All kinds of meat Are demonstrated. With special attention Given to the less demanded and therefore More economical cuts. Unexpected ways of balancing the budget Are shown through the us of cuts High in food value but Low in Cost. Miss Harris Speaks with authority on this subject for she is a member of the staff of the National live Stock and meat Board Well known educational and research organization. She is a College graduate Home economics expert and dietitian. She is an a turn to Page 2, column 3. Weather Outlook places newspapers f him for students in in in in est persian cat will be produced i Sitye a largest fresh daily life newspapers dominate our succeed w a flout the or. Rightmire a i that the a in wished. Quot on infer dim movies and other mediums it a 1 or of modern in 1 in and idea Quot coming to Neca h he ii proper place in non let Rightmire Brough t no daily prose a r plan can of cup it hat vital in ohm in Rand 0 state University our daily life. We Little realize How in life that belongs to the press. I n s a a i fair and Loi l in Forward passes the defensive Man is required by the rules to play the Ball rather than the pass receiver. A shown at left the defensive Man right is legally playing the Ball. At right however he is interfering with the receiver by pushing his head. This action is contrary to regulations. And r e s u i s in giving the bal to the receiver in the spot in her the Fiji was committed regardless of whether the Ball ii caught or not. Quot Washington. Oct. 12.�? or a we Cather Outlook for the period of oct. 14 to 19 a for the Region of the great lakes showers first of week generally fair Middle of week possibly showers again near close cooler monday or tucs Dav. Icing temperature thursday a Friday

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