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

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27 Oct 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 27, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Psi m t til x tfx Milf. In a in is what our readers have a a � sunday journal times bulletin vol 5-no. 28. Racine wis., sunday oct. 27, 1935. Circulation 19,500 lauds Racine firemen for prevention week j it a Ai first of All i wish to thank you the name of our family for your j wonderful sunday bulletin. It Curtly is a peach this in t a pet Peeve but it is something that i think the Public should ?o<1p�? xxx till thanks. What i Ain referring to is Quot fire prevention week i think chief Hartnett so Ubl t a t a real Pat Quot a lire a k for All his a Rvin � s during this past week. It in age lie i assistant fire chief and All the other firemen who hip i Nan xxx � make Quot fire prevention week Quot a Success which it surely was. The firemen s taks a a \ Are not a h i i e 11 c a a e Quot � a s i a o the i 1 � fire s in is Ai i the put to i a i ice at a Quot. Xxx i at to % k Arn a n � Hoei Alnut p. \ t Iii or i think All these firemen should bet three cheer from the puh c. Once twin thanks for Lite Rulle. Sun a r to Hir icer in in. It i w. Sixth St How to teach tots caution at curb i a r to hoi when i read in the papers of another child death a a used by Hie x ret Iii can it 11 r a a t it into til path of the. Car i wonder Fth mothers realize the importance of �?��?�-.chin? he Quot mid the Eort Elt t Way toss Neth sit it. Tine r an t a Elv say Quot be careful of ?t hat Means nothing to the baby of. I followed a method with my ree children which seems pretty a a Good to me and i would like to pass it Alron to other bottlers. Start when the child is toddling along holding your hand Stop at every Street Quot not and explain win in some such manner As this a now we must Stop and look both was. If there at not autos confine we can walk annoys to. Yet. Never run out into the Street always Stop on the curb first i never Cross the Street without s it Ine such explanation to the child. Never frighten a child As a frightened child always loses its head and does the wrong the g if a Mother does this. Not just once. Hut every tint she crosses a he Street it soon to � nines a habit v it ii the it mid never to it run into the Street. I have wat Lierl my children playing tag and being chased right to the Urb and turn Back to boat aught rather than run into the f. Lect thanks so my ii for this helpful column m it or Pap i am is Nee Rev. E. >1. Wright ave Savage customs reveal Ethiopia still primitive 3 grand prizes Gladden cooking school winners Chest Campaign starts monday plea is voiced Soldier of 1896 Minu amp Arm let because he aided Italy. Expresses thanks for symphony concert dear editor i am one of the fortunate Junior High school pupils who enjoy the concert Given by the a inc symphony orchestra which i enjoyed immensely. This is my Way of thanking the Racine Cit items who made it possible for we students to enjoy. I Hope that it will be arranged to have other concerts Given by the Racine symphony orchestra that we May hear. I am not Only speaking for myself hut for Many other school student xxx to enjoyed it. Thanks to radio station Wren for broadcasting the concert tit the evening which was appreciated in my Home. Sincerely yours. M. L. It r. Shelley drive finds cooking school better than Ever i tear editor i think thanks Are certainly due the journal times and also the merchants who participated Iii giving the ladies of Racine such a Fine cooking school. I no a enjoyed Ain of the prey ions schools near so much. Sinh Lovely gifts Wen Gin a away and miss Harris was Sui ii a charming person. And most of All the thing i thought xxx As the nicest All of her meats and other recipes were so economizing. I attended All four Seton a i really Felt sorry when tire last one Carne. As for myself i sincerely thank the Lour Nal times Aud All who helped make this school possible. N. Drove ave another request for fall cleanup dear editor i a would like to present a problem that was mentioned so us time a Quot t Oulen t we have a Quot fall clean up week Quot i think this should come in connection with tire prevention. As there Are ans and rubbish in basements that a x e been accumulating All summer that should he hauled away before ave have ashes to store. Could no to tills be presented to the proper authorities and have a Elean up work this fall ii head of keeping those things in the basement until next Spring it could he taken into consideration that the xxx Ork of collecting a would be the same. Only divided in two periods the bulletin should have a � vote of thanks for tis a what our Reader Haye to say column. E. In. Ninth St it � Are you a Borrower i read these stanzas by Webb Midler United pres staff correspondent copyright. 1935. By United press a old rat Ethiopia let. 26. Yia Asmara Eritrea of. 25. Although this country has been in touch xxx us tire civilizations of Asia minor. Egypt an Europe since the beginning of recorded history it has absorbed less of the culture and humanity of civilization than probably any considerable part of the inhabited Globe. I Ain constantly amazed at the savagery of the customs and the Mode of living. In Garni hacked off. Today i encountered one graphic instance when a Middle aged Bare j footed bareheaded Gray bearded i ethiopian named Adera Chi Danu i arrived at Adi grat after hobbling i from the Interior for four Days More than 4 0 Miles on a homemade wooden leg made of a crooked Branch of a Thorn Bush. Chi Danu was Xith the italians in the Campaign of 1s96 and after the j italians retreated the late emperor j Menelik ordered his right forearm j and left leg Cut off As an object j lesson to Bis subjects. Through an Askari native eritrean Soldier interpreter Chi Danu told me he xxx As held by Menelik to soldiers a while his Arm and leg were hacked off with a knife and he screamed in agony. Els italian pension. Years later the italians Learned of his plight and granted him a pension of 50 lire then $10 a month. His most precious Possession is his pension Book a which he carries in a closed pocket suspended from his neck inside his clothes. The pension has been paid through the italian Consul at Adu Eva for years. We witnessed a remarkable scene when Chi Danu was received by Gen. Ruggiero Santini commanding at Adi grat. Chi Danu Knelt on the ground and kissed Santini s boots to the general s great amazement. Many treated similarly. Chi Danu said that immediately lie heard that the italians had entered Ethiopia Many Days after the actual invasion he started to Adi grat. He unfolded his dirty coarse cot ton Shamma and revealed the stumps of Arm and leg and said he Vas glad that the italians cared for him. He said that Many ethiopians xxx to assisted the italians in 19xt suffered similar dismemberment. A highlight of the fourth a journal Tinea photo. An Crux of sentiment expressed by the Nual cooking school conducted in memorial Hail oct. 15. 16, 17 and 18 under sponsorship of the Jour Nal times and the National livestock and meat Hoard with the cooperation of a number of Racine merchants and other organizations was the awarding of grand prizes on the last night. An Alcazar stove Given by Grant furniture company was won by mrs. John Linden. 180 7 Douglas Avenue a Fox ice company Cool Rator. By mrs. Enl Markson. 16 16 Erie Street and a Maytag Washer Given by Lincoln hardware company. By mrs. Robert qua Heini 822 haves Avenue. A Ojust what i , it was the three grand prize winners. Especially was this True in the cases of mrs. Linden whose Home was equipped with refrigeration but needed a stove and mrs. Markson i who said her Home will be much More conveniently equipped with the Washer she won. A when i Learned i bad won the stove. I was a to excited i could baldly ?� mrs. commented As she consented to pose for the Douma times cameraman. Quot it was the first time i Ever won anything ?� said mrs. Markson. Mrs. Qualheim also expressed her pleasure. More than 200 other prizes were distributed during the four nights. A spirited it tax protest staged by Farmers old fashioned girl has Chance in films producer announces Paris. Ins French Farmers in the Barenton District Manx he. Ire insisting on paying their tax in Brandy. After a meeting to protest against the heavy duties imposed on French distilled spirits. They notified the tax collecting authorities a owe have unanimously agreed to offer you Brandy. The duty is so terrific that no one will buy it. We Are ready to hand it Oxer to you for the equivalent of the duty. We shall stick to our decision until the duty is brought Down to a figure equal to the actual value of the Brandy a which still Means a too per cent ?� Holey Wood. ?" ins lathe old fashioned girl a Hance in the movies today ? �?�???� answers William , widely known Hollywood film producer. A speaking from my own experience with ?� Leba Roo said. I d say the old fashioned girl has As much or More Opportunity than the play girl of Totcha variety. I Ive Given trance. A off hand. I can think of five girls definitely old fashioned in interested in Chest drive i % to i be Quick to the Artic a my Don t put to some a it la Ruk inuit Lake it Hack again you borrow. A Pone that duty p a Mote tomorrow. I fear it sounds a Little Stern nod vet i have the feeling that borrowing without return is most the same As stealing our neighbors Good cur needs Supply without a xxx Ord of fretting tis wrong to pass such kindness by and pay it by forgetting. But Oxx the Dax is drawing to pay All debts accruing matches or Money Tea or Rice. Eggs Cotton tacks or bluing nigh the it take owe. Till a it for Friendly is be w. Are Worth xxx hat e or � re Minny of Tours e than to i. Mead does t like Way Racine Folk dance dear editor this i assure you is in Nusun a Peeve but nevertheless u been on my mind so Long that it has become irksome therefore. I come to your column for an answer to this bothersome question. I wish to comment on the Way a lot of Racine people dance. We Haven t Many ballroom in Racine and those we have Are terrible made so. By the dancers themselves. The Way a lot of Racine people dance is too pitiful for xxx Ord s. If they Only knew that a smooth Graceful Dame rates High above a xxii Hoppy Savage dance they certainly would of Angl their mind about which the Uke Best. It certainly in a shame the xxx a a lh1 Voung a dance. The Art of dancing a supposed to or g turn to Page 2. Column i the sense they avoid parties night life and the false Glamor of so called sophisticated a living who not Only were Given chances hut arc i doing Well by their opportunities in pictures. A othe two youngsters most recently put under Hollywood contract. Eleanor Whitney and Betty i Burgess Are prime examples. A Eleanor is the i by ear old dancer discovered by Bill Robinson. World famed coloured tap dancer. A work th1 will to succeed is always uppermost in her mind. Eleanor. W to lives with her Mother and sister has yet to see the inside of a night spot. When Shie not working before the cameras site is practising her dancing. Belly i is Aid. A from the present indications Eleanor will never go �??t a Betty Burgess los Angeles High school girl is even More staid and old fashioned of such a thing is possible. A pretty Little Betty lives with her folks works hard to perfect her dancing and singing and he tween studio work May he seen studying anything from English classics to adept at Oil painting charcoal and Crayon drawing Betty apparently wants to Excel at everything she tackles. A Marsha Hunt w to did splendid work in her first film is equally unsophisticated. The same is True of Wendy Bailie and Frances Drake. A the evidence indicates that the old fashioned girls have even greater chances than their More flashy ?� weather Outlook this Little fellow May not know anything a of wonder about the Community Chest and its purposes but be appears to be wondering about something. Perhaps it is the red Cross nurse who is taking his weight that is causing that puzzled lock. Red Cross which among other things in and helps in health problems of hones without financial Means pharos in it to i Quot in Trinity Cheet funds which Are to be raided beginning monday. Above Are two of the winners of grand prizes in the journal times looking school. The prizes were Given out the last night. In tile upper picture is mrs. Hate Markson beside her new Fox journal times photo. Ice company con creator. Below mrs. Loll ii Linden and her new Alcazar stove Given by the Grant furniture company. Ivar now beyond hailed to Power to Ethiopia to new envoy to France fears drive for $126,423 is slated to last four Days. An intensive Campaign to raise funds for the Racine Community Chest will get under Way monday morning and it is the Hope of those in charge that the ji26,123.�?" 77, a which is required to finance activities of the to participating agencies through the coining year will have been pledged or paid by thursday evening when the drive ends. During the week everyone in Racine will have an Opportunity to contribute to the fund. Those who Are not solicited directly or through some organization with which they Are identified May make their contributions voluntarily Chest leaders say. Part id a i lug agencies. Money raised will be used in financing the boy scouts y. M. C. A., girl scouts and y. Vav. C a., salvation army to St. Vincent Depaul society. Council of jewish women american red Cross Central association and service Exchange. Those in charge of the Rixa Point out that the Chest was established for the Benefit of All in the City not Only those who share directly in the activities of the agencies. It was set up to Cope with definite and varying social problems of the Community in such a manner that contributions to social service might be More economically expended through the development of a coordinated program. Goal must to reached. Changes which Are in the offing for the handling of Relief make it imperative that Racine s Community Chest goal he reached or surpassed say leaders. They explain that within a comparatively Short time it is certain that the Federal government will discontinue the distribution of Relief funds to any great extent expecting the by a program to provide employment and relying upon local units of government to care entirely for those who Are not employable. This Xxiii increase the task placed upon the welfare agencies supported by the Community Chest. Burden is increased. Quot the Racine county Relief unit is unable to care for All the welfare and social service work consequently a Large portion of this work Falls to tile private agencies a said one of the leaders. A with the allotment of Federal funds markedly reduced it will be necessary More than Ever that private agencies Aid in caring for indigents. A othere has been no provision for hospitalization care of orphans dependent and crippled children or for the diversion of Leisure time activities crime and disease prevention and the Many other services essential to the morale and health of the Community to which must he provided through tile Community Chest. Ask United co operation. A those who Are employed or who have other sources of income have the privilege of assisting in this work by making contributions in proportion to their ability. Through the Small sacrifices of the majority who Are comfortably situated the minority who Are in need will be benefited. We Are hopeful of getting the co operation of All Racine in the forthcoming Campaign which starts monday and ends next thursday ?� Washington oct. 26.�?" a weather Outlook for the period of Oft. 2v to Nev. 2 a for the Region of toe g i i Keg showers Early Par of to Eek. Generally fair a death a thereafter seasonable temperatures. Copyright 1935. By ins i Paris oct. 26.�?" emperor Hail Selassie might not now he Able to halt the War with Italy even if he wanted to. Ethiopia to new minister to Paris Blat Angueta w olde Mai Iam told International news service. In an interview aboard a train in route from Marseilles to Paris. Mariam who is replacing bed or Ond Tecle Hax Variate declared a of am afraid that even if the emperor Calls off the troops it will be too late As they Are worked up to Point of madness and patriotic Frenz to fight to death and to the last Man before allowing the italians to occupy even one Inch of ?� a a will i Iglus to last ?� a Tam xxx to w a the last ethiopian to sgt a the emperor before leaving Addis Ababa As a representative of Iii country after the conflict broke out arrived Here 111 i evening Ami said a Oit must be remembered the men know nothing of Geneva Ami scarcely know what arms the italians possess. A but they do know that As Long As foreign soldiers Are in their territory or there is any question of cutting up Ethiopia they will fight to the last ?� wants it oxen ant enforced. A Iam stated ha1 Selassie hips article 16 of the league covenant a the sanctions and other posts own to la k of article xviii be fully enforced Par water and the italian it my titration titular by regarding military sane near Gerlo ubi. Tons. He said a othe emperor fears economic j sanctions will be absolutely i Suffi students have suicide client and that they to do not live up to the full meaning of article 16, which he still Hopes will be fully ?� i itally is attempting to Circle tribesmen London. Oct. 2 6.�?" ins a i it arg Quot forces of abyssinians Are concentrating in the Mountain passes of the Southeast for a Strong stand against til troops of general Rodolfo Graziani dispatches from Addis a Baba agree. Mechanized italian units Are trying to Circle around tire abyssinian lines and Cut them off from the rear. Reuter s said. Several towns evacuated. The italians according to this dispatch Are advancing in a direction Northwest of historic Naluai toward the important Tow n of Sana Banen about 140 Miles Southeast of Harar. The right italian flank will move close to the Border of British Somaliland. But Xxiii be careful to avoid entering British territory and risking internment. Already. Renter a a a gtd the Abys. A indians have evacuated ado Mersi bellies big Battle. The daily Telegraph to Addis Ababa correspondent however said that de Jasmat h Nasiru commander of the abyssinian forces in the South had arrived at la Arar from Jijita saing a fall accounts about big Battles a pure fiction. A heavy Rains Are rendering Mil i miss. Now Selt Bauer to body itary operations impossible. For the present a he said Quot we Are checking the i Tai i n Advance which so far has been confined to sporadic air and infantry attacks on oui Frontier posts along the webby Skibeli ?� say italians a thicken. A main charged t Ltd italian troops xxx or sick and . Turn to Page 2, column 2. Club a Raj Eyo ?" ins a the existence of a suicide club among students of philosophy at Sarajevo was disclosed by the death of Paul Feltbauer one of its sup posed members. He disappeared on the anniversary of the death or Schopenhauer the German philosopher Knoxon As the apostle of Pessi Haa sought retaliation i against Farmers sons Tiffin o. A a councilman i Charles trimmer has proposed a a City to ordinance w hich would put to it Hibit Farmers to sons from working i in Tiffin. A Farmers pay Tiffin workers $1 a Day and Farmer boys come into Tiffin and get 5 1 and $5 a Day a trimmer said. H1 charged a that one Industry had non residents on a payroll of 5v9. Been found by shepherds in a wild Gorge some Miles from the town. He had stripped naked in a nearby care. Burned Bis philosophic writings Cut the veins of Dot h wrists thrust a knife int his Chest and hurled himself into the Gorge. Police following up Clews left on a note discovered that a Small Circle of philosophy students had sworn to keep silence for the whole Day on each Ann Xei try of Schopenhauer to death and to commit suicide one each year in a certain order. A student named Ardo Snitch was first on the list. He committed suicide last year. Paul was third but Quot went out of his ?� Schopenhauer s most famous work. A othe world As will and idea a expounds the theory that life is continual suffering and pm asure is Mer spite from pain

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