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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 20, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin
Or what our readers have to say. T $1 Lull be paid for t 4 any i comment lard v la m i h column Ujj j sunday journal times bulletin vol. 5-no. 27. Racine wis., sunday oct. 20, 1933. Circulation 19,500 abandoning dog cruel says Reader dear editor Tho other morning As i walked in Taylor Avenue Extension a car halted and a half grown bus k hound dog was pushed out and i it to wonder what it was All about. As i approached he cringed and appealingly licked my hand then with a pitiful Whit e. Started it the direction of the now far Distant arc fleeing car. Somewhere today rat helpless creature is Hunting a strap morsel of f of. Iris Lank legs tired. And his poor ribs aching for the feel of his accustomed meal. He was not vicious and had probably done nothing worse than Chew up a pair of rubbers dumbly left within his reach. But now he was homeless a wets in of older dogs to wander of without food or shelter to survive or perish and As he pitifully pursued the vanishing a � it r it it a his deserting owner. I could t help thinking that sometime somewhere and in some Way the it rash to a nil it of this act will come Home to the unfeeling owner unworthy of a dog s loyalty. B. W. C. It Hayes a be congratulates Council on fireworks ban dear editor it was a Welcome bit of news a when we Learned that a City ordinance had been passed at the coun-1 meeting last week placing a ban n fireworks in Racine effective Media Tely. I took quite an interest in this subject. Due to the fact that my boy was one of the 45 persons burned last fourth of july necessitating the use of the tetanus vaccine. Realizing that the main objection to placing the ban on the Sale and use of fireworks was that the merchants were Apt to to the losers through having fireworks left from last year still when you consider deep throated that the suffering of. Sav just one child could by eliminated by such an aet should he compensation enough to make up for the financial loss. I want to congratulate the Council on their Broa mindedness in passing this ordinance. Thanks for the bulletin. H. I. A West blvd phone Book d la a a a i a sh0ws gain Ballet win acclaim in business Home grown opera Praise Given dancers from czarist Russia. Radio listener lauds station Wren dear editor congratulations to Wren on their increased la hours every Day schedule and on the 150 per cent increase in Power. Wren has been one of our favorite stations since the very first Day it came on the air. Racine ran Well be proud of their radio station and the Progress it has made. It offers a Complete and by a Cine Sitton new York the custom built typewriters of Manhattan s dram i Atic and critics which presumably contain reinforced capital i s and other combination keys that will produce at a single tap of the Finger such phrases As Dobrave and throbbing play a a inspired an i significant theme Anda Orich and delightful Harmony a were heard to Clatter in unfamiliar concert last week. For two dramatic musical spec j tables come to swell the infant season s list of productions demanded the Sage presence of both divisions of the critical fraternity. There was the Gershwin hey i Ward Folk opera a porgy and Bess a j casting its swaying shadows and i tunes against the stage Walls of the Alvin theater a and there were the mad Cap rub j sians of colonel a. De Basil s bal let russe de Monte Carlo going ahead by leaps and Bounds in the time ripened setting of the metro j Politan opera House. Dramatic critic and music critic j bowing Low to each other across i the ample aisle of the Alvin and from the red Plush seals of the met found both presentations exceeding Good to the Eye and to the ear. Named a Ono. I Kent. In your notebook of a things to fee when i go to new York a you varied array of the Best features in safely May list a porgy and Bess radio broadcasting. A Zas event no. I of the new theatrical year. Grotesque silhouettes of upraised arms and open fingered hands and Bobbing negroid Heads the stirring orchestral effect of husky voices whisking brooms rhythmic Rug beaters and harmonious hammering that sound Forth from front Stoops and upstairs windows along Charleston s Catfish Row the a sincere a thank you for the Many Quot Happy ?� f have enjoyed listening in to Wren. K. T. Route j i Doest take Quot pull Quot to get service dear editor in last sunday bulletin i read f. A s comment on the Relief question. As she is not a subscriber to the Tournai to times i was glad that Lier comment was printed. Rut f. I must let Vou know that von scientists Advance Art of mass killing 900 new names in year Nelsons Johnsons still Lead. Sono Tea to Alkinta Ballerina who is one of the Lovely reasons for the existence of the Ballet russe de Monte Carlo. Re entirely wrong in thinking that grim whine of an off stage Hurri Vou must he a sub Crivier in order to have your recipes or comments printed. I have had two recipes and two comments printed and i am not a subscriber to the journal tiniest and i Haven t what you would Call a a of pull with them either i Ani nor. Personally acquainted with anyone Down there. Yours truly b. To grand ave i whats to be done with flirting Boss dear editor my Boss is in rather flirty Man. Quot to thinks that because to working for him that he can a t As be pleases. There in t a Day that goes by that he does no to conic to my desk. While in to Busy and puts his Arni around me. And wants to Start a necking party of j did no to need work so badly i d slap his face. And that would mean my immediate dismissal. Then i would have to go without my Only references. Won to somebody please advise me what to do i dislike this Man very much hut How Ani i to make a living if i Don t work i enjoy your bulletin Verv much and i Hope you continue it throughout the years to come. Thanking Vou. I. M. Taylor axe it dogs running Loose called a Hazard lie a editor i would like in editing of in Peeve for two reasons 1. To save the life of Many plot 2. To rut Down the Hazard of dents. Children bemoan the of dogs because a of some it ireless Tori St. But is it the Motorist s if the dogs Are allowed to run crossing streets urn a pm a Teddy causing violent Awatef the Auto St in Orth tins t hem Quot twice i have seen by these unleash <1 because the Driver linearly to refill pers it turn t Cane and the fear filled wails of a primitive Folk the musical Dawn cries of Street vendors Savage lust in the creeping darkness of a pal wife stays at husband to Side despite War bombing dangers evidence of improved conditions j is shown in the new directories of the Wisconsin Telephone company which were delivered to patrons in Racine Sturtevant and Franksville last week. They list 900 More telephones than those issued a year ago according to the Racine manager. As is typical of All directories in Racine the Johnsons Jensens. Hansens Christensen Nelsons and Andersons Are the leading subscribers. Nelsons Johnson top list. Tile Book lists telephones under the names of 124 Nelsons to Nelsons 21 Nielsen. 119 Johnsons 99 Jensens 97 hansens 41 Hanson. So Christensen four Christen sons 21 christians ens to Christianson 73 Andersons 3 6 andersens 60 i Millers six muellers three pillars 4 5 Joneses 23 Jorgensenn to Jorge sons is ear sons 23 Parsons. 43 Rasmussen 56 Petersons 4 3 Petersen four Pederson is Pedersen 2 6 sore Sens 2 2 sore sons and 5 3 Smiths. It contains Only two names beginning with a Omac a but is Start with a orc a and 13 murphies Are among those who have telephones. A. B. C. Burner service is the first Patron and Mary Zyzniewski is the last one listed in the Racine directory. The Book registers a Large num. I Ber of Halls but oddly enough i Only one Hills. Occupations represented. If an occupational directory were to be compiled one would find for this purpose such names As Baker Bishop Carpenter Cheeseman Singer Silverman Goldman Cook Cooper Mason Fuhrman Weaver Webber. Miller Taylor Dean Smith Potter Porter filler gum Mer seater Schumacher Reader Decker Riper Shaver Shover and Many others. Colors represented Are Black Brown White Green and Gray. Symbolic of the amazing Advance in the science of warfare since the Davs of Bah is this spectacular scene the discharge of a modern anti niger not gun illuminating the velvety Black night sky during Maneu vers of i. S. Most artillery. I j Selassie fears a Man in Iron to keeps him in princely luxury Lynn ?" ins a proud motto Jungle a hopelessly hopeful their own Everett Andrews Colson cripple s pathetic love for a liter ally Scarlet woman murder and mummies sin and soul saving paddlers of strawberries and Ped relatives of the Maine Yankee who for the past file years has been financial advisor to emperor Haile of Folsom Irater when two couriers while a drought might make Dale of emperor Haile Selassie selected i Valley Marsh Groves Wood Colson As the honest Man required and la place Hardy to travers. An to help guide the financial policy Ash tree would not be a grave to of Ethiopia she unhesitatingly a Dick for a Monk. Doers of dope. These Are the Selassie of Ethiopia Alao Point violent moods which George Gershwin and Dubose Heyward have folded into a Home made opera. It is the Heyward play a of porgy of eight years ago returned now with a score singing actors or acting Singer Sand the name of the wayward a Obesso added to the title it is an answer to the Layman who bewildered by foreign with Pride to the valiant spirit of his wife now with him in the War Ridden african country. Although she is the outstanding want woman in Ethiopia Little has been written of mrs. Anna Johnston Colson. Months ago when War Clouds darkened the horizon with threats companies him. For five years mrs. Colson has stood by her husband in the african country. Today in face of sudden danger she refuses to leave him. 130 War pensioners Call off Long i in Winnipeg Man. A a cold characters Spicak. Characters jumping from Hie covers of the Book might be heard to say a oyates Yule go Holm Ellis gee a Dusky Mann with a Lyver May Lynch you for love and Denman would Wade the Stream with a Derby Lovejoy and be Ritz or ?� attempt at Rescue from the outer world. Paini it Oro Ltd Guo Ltd to. Nevertheless the emperor has ordered that his Royal prisoner be target 17 Miles away. Treated with the greatest consideration. Aba Hanna can draw generously from Hie Royal Treasury to satisfy his wants and the Villa prison is handsomely furnished. A Beere Stuebe non and Knight wet weather and a shortage of j Woodfin finn Welch or French Lorn operatic presentations often of bomb and As attacks irs it Ltd. Ii3 forced a band of 150 Dis Janes and Thev Wood leave slow i heir has inquired a Owhy can t there be Sun had the Opportunity to return to her Lynn Home to join let 15-year-old son studying at Chauncey Hall. Boston. A omy place is with my husband. My son is ?� she said simply. A favorite at the american legation. Mrs. Colson is loved As the a Mother it of american War correspondents in Addis Ababa. Than opera written in the a american to language a american in language it is and mainly american too is its music. Critics differed As to its operatic values but radio singers and Danee bandanas ters. J of can be sure will relay to the far Corners of the land such tunes As a of got plenty out Nutting a of woman is a sometime things or a othere s a boat that s Lea Vine to so n for new ?� have crap game. Individual mention Anne Brown Ney on a Crouch or a Cain. According to the directory there to a Wildman on Grove Avenue Wilder on Quincy Worman on Michi War veterans lived in make shift Jan Boulevard a Wurster on route aided War pensioners to abandon a strange Vigil Here. For two and a half months the Camps on the grounds of the Deer Lodge military Hospital. In an Effort t0 Fop r. Relief authorities to Civ them Relief consideration equal to it in Bess. Drugged by it of the acting and that Tod Dunean i who Iti eid a of Hie Howard Colic t turn to Page 5. To to nurses writer. When Wilfred Barber. Chicago correspondent was stricken with Mertian malaria. Mrs. Colson done All other duties to nurse in and when he lost the Battle for singing she wept. Tally is an Ohio girl working in a music eminent office in Anna Johnston not to that Given to civilians. They depended upon Public donations for food. Authorities discouraged tile gifts ban and As rations grew smaller the him band dwindled until Only 4� re Al g in a Cov Washington and married Washington. Oct. 19.�?" a weather Outlook for the period of maim d. Ami finally these too were Ort. 21 to 26 for the Region of nut it it abandon a passive resist the great lathes some c St no when police refused to lion Likely first part of week not allow t w m to build a log building much change in temperature Indian which to live during the Winter. I fated. Addis ?" ins a All the acts As principal Gaoler while 300 Urb. Root Sage and peppers resources of modern and ancient i picked armed guards patrol the a. To. Quot in. Cooler. Including electric alarms. Quot Quot barbed wire and Savage watchdogs Are being used by the emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia to keep prisoner the Man whom lie fears most in the world i j Tassou deposed King of Abyssinia Ami grandson of the great Menelik who routed the italians at Aduwan it was Learned Here. He was deposed and imprisoned As mentally unfit by Menelik to daughter Zawditu who seized the throne with the help of the present emperor. Also a grandson of Boose Lichter and wines Fohr j Menelik Quot to succeeded when she died. Lib Tassou who has been a prisoner for 12 years has been under close guard in a Villa fortress on top of the precipitous Gara Foulata Mountain near Harar but preparations were made Long ago to move him to keep him out of italian hands. Useful tool. As chief pretender to the throne of hts Tafari and a figurehead of the ethiopian moslem he would be a most useful tool in tile hands of the italians who Are believed to have plotted his escape. Hence the extraordinary rare swim. Taken to keep him a prisoner. His or. Roy in foe the country Doc wrist is fastened by a solid Gold tor who brought the five famous Chain to that of a guard who has Rasters into Hie world says his been warned that he will be shot charges Are a Oborn ?� if his charge escapes. A famous he said All the nurse has to do , the priest aha Hanna is hold her hand under their chins War is now geared at very High Speed. A engines of death to geared to express train Speed and raised to an efficiency that challenges belief will Whiz into action in the next War even if it should come tomorrow. A contrast so startling that it defies description in words is that Between implements of warfare used in the 1914-1918 conflict and those with which armies Are equipped today. This a development Quot in the Art of mass killing has been wrought in the world to armies by mechanization meaning tanks armoured cars Etc and motorization meaning use of gasoline propelled equipment instead of horses. Let us take a View of this horrible a of next War artillery speeds Forward at 59 Miles an hour. Tanks travel at express train Speed toward foe lines. Cavalry and infantry transported in trucks Rush to strategic Points at a mile a minute clip. Mobile machine gun a of nests to Spray death from rapidly moving vehicles. Trench mortars Are whisked to the front in High Speed trucks. Radio directs artillery fire plane Maneu vers infantry and cavalry movement. Flame throwers and Gas shells of super deadlines take ghastly toll. Over All bombers travel at 200 Miles an hour and lighter fighting planes at 250 Miles an hour and up raining death. Artillery goos a High Speed. Almost incredible is the mobility that has been Given artillery. In the world War 40 to 45 Miles was a gruelling Day to trip for one of the Iron wheeled horse draw 75s of wide Fame. Today that same gun pneumatic tired towed by truck can travel More than 300 Miles in a Day. In u. S. Army tests with Neu preaches to the Villa by Day and Matic tires a Inch howitzers Speed night. Barbed wire fences with electric alarm signals High Stone Walls and trained sheep dogs surround the in excess of 55 Miles an hour has been attained. Along with Speed has conic greatly augmented firing Force. House formidable obstacles to any i he British for example have a new 16-Inch Railroad gun. Hurling a 165-Pound missile that in Salisbury Plain tests blasted to bits a massive reinforced Concrete another improvement of vat importance in effectiveness of artillery has been substitution of the split Trail the a of Tail of the gun for the Box Trail. This has Champagne liqueurs and other increased the traverse the Angle delicacies together with any books i through which the weapon can or magazines he May desire Are j turn from 6 to 8 5 degrees and Elevation 3, Goodman on main a just just Man and a gouty. Directions Are indicated by East turn to Page 2, col. 4 provided for the deposed Monarch who is also entertained by a phonograph and piano. He is allowed to have female company and is permitted to stroll every Day in the Grassy courtyard of his prison under guard. Has Given far greater and firing Range. Weather Outlook quilts born swimmers a Iii rub says doctor Callender out our Dionne quintuplets Are learning to a faithful adherent of the emperor and the will swim around the tub. Tanks fast and effective. Tho lumbering unwieldy tanks that staggered Over French battlefields at four to six Miles an hour Are on Mars Scrapheap. Heavy tanks of 25 to 45 tons Are a rarity. In their place Are Light tanks six to seven tons and medium ones <10 to 15 tons that the ran be rushed Over the highways on huge transporters at so Miles an hour and go into action on their own tracks at 50 to 60 Miles an hour. Infantry burdened with equipment slogged Over roads at three Miles an hour in 1918. Today the doughboy travels in trucks at turn to Page to col. I How an actress a emotes to As shown by Rochelle Hudson and candid cameraman n Ati b Al flirt Atkin suspicion kissable hesitancy Surprise horror Delight
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