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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - October 25, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Of what our readers have i to say. \. F is will furl f i any comment la it i 4.n this cd Lonb. J i i i sunday journal times bulletin vol. 6�?no. 28. Racine wis., sunday october 25, 1936. Circulation Over 21,000 rebels free City riddled by reds in 90-Day siege sections of Oviedo 300 of 2.000 soldiers survive. Reveals ruse by 2 Quot salesmen Quot dear editor id like to compliment two Magazine salesmen on the rather Clever Way they obtain subscription Money from people like myself who Are decent enough to listen to their wonderful proposition. I sincerely Hope this May seaeccrtanvomiggnian0f�rsuaded Hail of bullets bombs and shells Levels whole me by his fluent speech to give him the Money for subscriptions to various magazines after which he just As smoothly said that he would Send another Man Over to see me and Check up on details. And like a poor trusting fool i believed him. The other Man did Call however and hastily looked Over my slip. Asked a few meaningless questions and abruptly changed i mind. You see. I really was not old enough to receive the magazines or so he said. Upon issuing this statement he proceeded to non Hal Antov walk out and when i asked for my Money Back he told me that the first Salesman would bring it to Date i have not seen this Young Man again and he is Money to the Good. After All. I suppose salesmen Are required to have a certain amount of nerve but i can t recall any instance where taking people s Money comes under that heading. J. H. Ilkei place Way Back in year 1913 and a a Good time was had by ally was the fitting summing up of the trip on which this car is about to set out. Lovelorn employed magic to solve heart problems before Balm suits time student defends Library hours dear editor As i am a High school student myself i was greatly interested in the article sent in last week about the hours we have to spend in the Public Library. I disagree with the article. I never have had difficulty in completing my work by 7 30. After All ifs the adult taxpayers who keep our libraries supplied with books. We owe them at least a few hours each night for research and recreation. I know How i feel when i am trying to concentrate and someone younger than myself disturbs me by loud talking or papier rattling. I contend that that is How adults feel when we annoy them. S. M b. Sixteenth St would Quot organize Quot Ash collection dear editor sixteen years ago i was Given an assignment to cover a mass meeting of indignant Farmers protesting the systematic collection of garbage by an organized Crew of men under one management. Those attending were not Farmers but Slop men As they were then called who made a miserable livelihood raising hound dogs and they needed his garbage to feed their hogs. The City fathers gave them a year to put their garbage collecting on a regular weekly basis and they must cover the entire City. For this service they could charge 50 cents per Householder per year. When the year had elapsed nothing had been done to improve the system and the City organized an efficient garbage collection system As we have in Racine today. This happened in a town of 35,-000 inhabitants but does it not Bear the earmarks of the argument regarding the removal of ashes by the City of Racine As set out by e. F. In last sunday s bulletin a is thera not one among the �?o50 or 60 men who could organize these men and their trucks and give an efficient Ash collection serv ice in return for a yearly fee per Householder r. K., eleventh St student meetings on Square assailed dear editor i have a Peeve which has set me on fire. What i d like to know is a who gave the High school children permission to hold their meetings on Monument Square a it certainly Wasny to a very Good idea. The Way they carry on is terrible. The grass and shrubs Are All trampled Over. As for running through stores and Heaters it surely Isnit a very Nice Way to act. Children at that age Are wild and act like smart Alecs without giving them the run of the downtown. The Way they run Between cars ifs a wonder some one has t been run Over. Why they impressed me like a riot of communists. Here s hoping they will hold their meetings at Horlink Field or some other place besides downtown. E. C., Park View editor s note Webb Miller and Reynolds Packard United press War correspondents have arrived at Oviedo first american newspaper men to reach the scene of one of the most remarkable sieges of modern history. They Tell in the following dispatch by Miller some of the scenes in the mine City. By Webb Miller co re it 19s�. By the United press Oviedo. Spain. Oct. 24 Gen. Antonio Miguel Aranda hero of the siege of Oviedo told today How he. His men and the City a people held off for 90 Days the club planning us to help rotary amuse boys and girls of Racine. Racine boys and girls again will be feted in a halloween Celebration which is being planned by Racine rotary club. At the club s meeting last wednesday the boys work committee headed by Ralph Weber. W As instructed to plan one of the biggest halloween celebrations Ever Given for Racine boys and girls. The y. M. A. Has been asked to co operate with the rotary club and assist in planning the program. Or. Weber said that four programs probably would be Given simultaneously in to our sections of the City. In each Section there would be a Parade headed by a musical organization for costumed boys and girls of the neighbourhood. Costumes will be judged and the rotary club will give prizes in each Section to the Best Hobo Best fairy Best Clown and Best spirit of halloween. Movies and music. Following the parades each group will go to a gym auditorium or Hall where a master of ceremonies will be in charge. Here movies music ghost stories and comedy stunts will entertain the audiences until a late hour when refreshments will be served. The boys work committee of the rotary club is composed of Ralph Weber chairman Lester Augustine Ray Fitch g. L. Ritter and r. J. Ritz. Detailed plans will be announced this week. Asturian miners who attacked it. Even As he talked amidst the rums of a prosperous City he was planning to organize an army and Clear All Northwestern spam of leftist fighting forces. Reynolds Packard of the United press War staff and i reached Oviedo tuesday first american newspaper men to get to this stricken capital which a nationalist column reached to end a siege that is clearly the most terrible in recent history. Bombed from air. More than 70,000 people including tens of thousands of women and children went through it we found. Hundreds of women and children were among those killed by daily air plane and artillery bombardments. Gen Aranda s fighting Force of 2.000 men was reduced to 300. That is one of the highest percentages of casualties in warfare. Oviedo is the largest City Ever to undergo an intensive modern air plane bombardment More than 200 air raids. About 10,000 air plane bombs were dropped and hundreds of bottles of liquid fire 5.000 artillery shells fell into the City and millions of Rifle and machine gun bullets. They Are still falling. Heaps of debris. It is difficult to find ten Square. A a Yards anywhere without Bullet Ball and Bowling week s holes. Whole sections of the City Are nothing More than heaps of debris. Hundreds of buildings elsewhere Are smashed. Under a Hail of fire this City As Large As South Bend. Ind., with 8 and to Story buildings was one of Cave dwellers during the three months siege. The miners on the High Hills which encircle the City surrounded it so closely that it was impossible to get food from outside. Supplies dwindled until most people were living on one loaf of bread and some Rice and Beans a Day. Few people had eaten meat in two months. The City water Supply was Cut three months ago. Water obtained from Wells was rationed Only three pints in the last few Days. Gen. Aranda was starting even today to prepare for a Campaign to clean out the leftists from the w Hole Asturias country. He had just received his formal appointment As commander in chief of the area. Reds in Retreat. A after 90 Days of being besieged by the reds its our turn to besiege he declared. A they Are retreating in disorder toward Gijon a Aranda was in his Headquarters in the Vega arms factory the chief stronghold. He bubbled with Energy. With his Horn rimmed spectacles Lituin to Page 2, column 6. Spells charms and potions were used to win rack love or to preserve affection of suitors. By Hubert Johnson proday problems of the heart w As to make a Wax effigy of the hated one and stick Needles into it to cause the gradual wasting away both before and after marriage go before the court or Are sent to the newspaper a advice to j a person. A Wax image of the lovelorn columns for solution. A few centuries ago superstition w As resorted to. All through the Ages the baser forms of magic have been used to foretell divine and inspire affection Between the sexes. Some Peoples still cling to these beliefs. When love had turned to hate the a denouement Des no Eudse a the untying of the marriage knot was the Way of revenge until the Queen Elizabeth was found in her life time. She sent for or. Dee celebrated astr Logist to erase the bad effects. Wax images also were used to restore love Between a wedded couple by binding their effigies together. The greeks and romans used love Phil res to a great extent. The love Phil re was usually made of herbs which were supposed to in baseball gets new headlines Golf wrestling foot and Bowling we other features. A a going places before world War meant touring Racine s Beauty spots photo Shoms merchants and guests. Sixteenth Century. Unsuccessful Duce a feeling of love Tow Ard a cer suitors or forsaken husbands and Tain person by magic. An Indian lovers employed witches to cast a t Prince was supposed to have a con spell Over the loved one to pre coition so Strong that applied to vent the wedding. Bodin an a the soles of the feet it immediate Hority on witchcraft tells that by increased the ardor of some or when he was procurer general dampened the fire of the others. At Poitiers he was informed by one i Leaf helps choose wife. Of these witches that there were. A a _ a the Leaf of the Tele Philon a 50 different ways of tying the mar. ring. Knot a in after a spell had a to is by Keith Brehm echoes from the Din of the 1936 baseball wars were heard during the past week. Lou Gehrig who it was reported aspires to the role of Tarzan in the a pictures a was voted most valuable player in the american league with Luke Appling of the Chicago White sox second in the balloting. The National league honors went to King Carl Hubbell giants Mound Ace with dizzy Dean of the cardinals second Choice. Charles Chuck Dressen the former Racine pro football player was renamed manager of the Cincinnati reds with an increase in salary and Jimmy Wilson was Given a vote of Confidence and a new contract by the Philadelphia Phillies. The cubs giants White sox and a lot of other clubs expressed a willingness to Swap players and the hot stove league busied itself discussing Many Trade rumours. Diz Dean gave a few More a interviews a none of any particular consequence. Club ends season. Johnson Park Golf club wound up its season w Ith a dinner at hotel Nelson. Lloyd Toms received the club championship trophy. Hank Christensen won the Hank turn Lopa 12. Col. I by see m. See All set to go places. By places meant Beauty spots in and around Racine Back in 1913 and not what it is generally understood a going places Means today. Tile tires inflated the Presto Lite tank filled we Ith Gas so As to insure lights in event the tour of the City continued until after dark and the rubber bulb operating the Horn inspected to see that it functioned properly the local excursion extended Badger visiting merchants was begun. The picture accompanying this t Story was taken in front of the Friedman cloak amp suit company store on the East Side of Monument Square with John a. Gem Mill owner of the car at the w Heel and the late Al Kuehne Mann by his Side. The men in the rear seat Are guests of local merchants. In those Days it was customary for the merchants in one state City to entertain the merchants of other cities and it was on the occasion of such a visit to Racine that the tour was held. Severed it. Use of Wax effigies. Frazer in his Book on religion and superstition a the Golden Bough a recounts the Story of an the Leaf was placed in front of the fire and the Young men were guided in their Choice by whether it moved toward or away from a particular person. Arab girl who tried to make a the Tele Philon leaves were also Man fall in love with her by tying clapped in the Palm of the hand knots in his w hip. When an Arab the strength of the resulting sound wife runs away the pursuing husband ties knots in the grass to prevent her doubling Back. A More common form of revenge boy safety patrol attempts to end Bike traffic Hazard sir Malcolm builds Bombproof dugout Surrey eng a up a sir Malcolm Campbell famous British racing Motorist is building a Bombproof dugout eight feet below the surface of his estate Here. The dugout when completed will be Large enough to accommodate 30 persons. It will be completely equipped with a radio and a self contained electrical lighting set. The roof will include a Sheet of Armor plate. Sir Malcolm says that he is having the shelter constructed for the Protection in Case of War of the workmen on his estate and i their families. A journal times photo. Three members of the police safety patrol Are shown Here left to right Paul Smith Eugene Houdek and Harold Hansen. Arterial or ride in other reckless in w. In in to tot a in i what happened to Racine s Beauty dear editor most p e o p in Are deeply interested in the beauties of their Home Tow n. What a Shock it is to anyone who has been away from Racine for a while to return and find an unsightly parking lot on main Street where the old City Hall used to be a big gaping space where the surf formerly stood and unsightly Coal piles where the Well landscaped grounds of the old stately St. Paul station used to stand. What has come Over a turn to Page 4, column 3. With the number of bicycle riders increasing daily to create an additional traffic Hazard say the police it has become necessary to give Earnest thought to the problem of safeguarding the lives of boys and girls. With that thought in mind there ways. Sergeant explains procedure. Indicated the strength of the absent loved ones affection. The roots of the sea Holly had a reputation As a love tonic among englishmen of Elizabeth a Day. A confection of these roots mixed w Ith sugar became popular under the name of a kissing during the Renaissance love charms did a thriving business among witches and apothecaries in every part of Europe. The blood of a red haired person the hearts and tongues of toads and vipers and the blood of a Bat were commonly used in the concoctions. Hoffmanns water of magnanimity w hich achieved Fame in the seventeenth Century was said to contain crushed winged ants in alcohol. Potions imperilled life. History contains Many stories of the terrible effects of Many of the drugs used in love potions. To serve its purpose the potions had to be administered in such big doses that life was endangered and even if the patient recovered he suffered excruciating pain and discomfort. Sometimes the drugs were administered in a deliberate attempt to harm. A seventeenth Century writer quotes a Story of a lady who served an infatuated Young Man a magnificent supper. The dishes were loaded with Strong love potions he died the next Day. Another Story refers to the Case of a miss Blandy who was executed for poisoning her father although Sergt. Wilbur Hansen in charge i she asserted that the powder had of traffic and instrumental in or been sent her by her Lover to bring Gan izing the new patrol system conciliation Between him and her explained that the boys Stop Vio i father. Gators when they observe them and i Madame de Pompadour resort has been organized a 1 police Safe explain the dangers of such Riding. To a Strong love potion when she to at present made up of j a second offender is Given a More i Only 12 Junior police. Hopes Are drastic warning and a third offence held out for the organization of a brings the violator into the station. Separate patrol in each of the boy scout troops in the City. The first patrol is made up of members of the police scout troop. Need for such an organization to assist the regular police is declared to have been demonstrated in the a red tag similar to that Given to motorists for Law infractions is Given the offender As an order to appear at a saturday morning lecture. Failure to heed the notice to attend the lecture results in the of death of Frederick Munroe 17, of fender being ordered into court. Mygatt s Corners tuesday night i Sergt. Hansen said today that he in St. Mary a Hospital. He was j expects to make a trip to Madison feared she was losing the love of Louis Xiv. But Duchesse de Blancas rescued her from the harmful effects of the drug by throwing the bottle away and leaving the King s mistress to a less harmful diet of a a chocolate a triple Vanille and celery soup a which the Madame prescribed to give ardor to her cold temperament. Carrot was love Medicine. Alcohol sweetened with sugar is a common French Phil re. It is struck by the car of Henry Beau por Atkinson Burlington and be j said to have been first invented a journal Tim photo. Bois. Charles abbe its Little wonder that mrs. Charles Aber 2009 North Geneva Street has a Broad smile on her face for who would t be in a Happy mood if she had just been informed that she was the Winner of a Brand new completely modern stove. Mrs. Aber was the Winner of the Norge Gas Range the gift of the Mcfarland Home appliance co., 409 sixth St., Given at the recent closing session of the Roumal times cooking school at memorial Hall. The new stove will be most Welcome in the Aber Home for the stove she was using had been in service for 21 years. A journal times photo. Mrs. S. Buelow mrs. Aber is an enthusiastic cooking school attendant and was present three of the four nights this year and has also attended Many previous sessions. A a it a the first time in my life that i Ever won anything exclaimed mrs. S. Buelow 1110 twelfth Street when she was informed she had won the Maytag Washer Given by the Lincoln hardware co. As another of the cooking school s grand prizes. Mrs. Buelow has attended every cooking school which the journal times has held. 4 Champ of Illinois Street at Highway 20 and Illinois Street. Many violate Road rules. Violation of Road rules is not confined to Drivers of cars say the police but the number of violators among bicycle riders outnumber them three to one. For Many weeks the police have lectured As Many As 50 boys and girls at the police station on saturday mornings. Many Are repeaters who Are ordered into court where judge e. R. Burgess adds to what the police have been stressing. Last saturday 50 were present at the lecture and two of them w to became noisy and made Light of the warnings were taken to court on monday. The new patrol will be a uniformed organization. The 12 now enrolled Wear Blue shirts similar to those worn by the regular police. They have special a safety patrol badges a and on their right shoulders is a White band with the name the patrol members Stop Young violators those who ride two on a bicycle those who ride double or in threes taking up the entire right Side of the Roadway and those who fail to make stops at Nosha soon to study the enforce for the aged Louis Xiv. Some ment of an ordinance numbering Peoples still give Bride and Bride bicycles. The Council now has a Groom cakes moistened w Ith sugar request for consideration of such and alcohol. An ordinance Here. Huge Silencer built around engine factory Coventry a the w Orlds largest Silencer is being built to subdue w hat will soon be one of the greatest noises in great Britain the new $2,500,000 Alvis Aero engine factory Here. The building in w hich the engine will be tested is being covered by another building and the space Between is being insulated with layers of Glass Wool. Wilmington has a just one of those Days Wilmington n. A up a aug. 30 was a rare Day at Wilmington. The to Wtiz a first air plane crash was reported for the first time in the memory of Many a shark was seen in the surf and a water spout something unusually rare on this Section of the coast was sighted off Shore. The Carrot w As used in Greece As a love Medicine As Well As the a Sto Gethron a a relative of the House Leek. Myrtle w As widely used in potions. Hyacinths violets Jonquil lilies of the Valley Mandragora Henbane dragons blood starion and Mandrake were also used. The chinese used the Ginseng Root which was supposed to add at least a decade to a persons life. The persians recommended Mandrake to secure a husbands love but if eaten with pickles it is said to drive the eater out of his head. Dug up footprints. The girls in parts of Germany use the endive seed As love charms n Italy the Basil is used. If an italian girl accepts a sprig of Basil from her Lover she is said to become immediately enamoured of him. The Southern slav girls used to dig up the Earth from the footprints of their lovers put it into a pot and Plant a Marigold in it turn to Page 2, column i

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