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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 6, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin R what our i i readers have \ t to say. To i will be raid for t i any comment used i in this column. \ sunday journal times bulletin i vol. 6�?no. 21 Racine wis., sunday september 6, 1936. Circulation Over 21,000 a a two Man Jam at Busy crossing dear editor the other Day while coming Home from work i saw an amusing incident at least amusing to a pedestrian not caught in the traffic Jam. Along line of cars were waiting for a freight train to switch i this was taking considerable time i so it seems two gentlemen who were acquaintances hopped out of their cars and had a Nice Little Chat in the Middle of Washington Avenue. They became so engrossed in their conversation that they did not notice the train was through switching and the Gates were being raised. Imagine their Surprise to find themselves at the head of a Long line of wildly honking cars. To make matters worse the one poor fellow became so nervous he could t Start his motor. As Luck would have it no Accident was caused by this foolish incident just a lot of embarrassment but i m willing to Wager these two men will stay in their respective cars after this while waiting for a train. Now if that had been a couple of women would t plenty have been said sure enjoy Reading the sunday bulletin. P. B Wright ave stolen one entire rumanian Railroad a touch football 1 is on program i at playgrounds four leagues to compete in new boys a activity. A where did you get that hat a Cav Boatmen illustrate sport Racine enjoyed when River was clean picture taken near Lafayette Bridge in 1888 amazing exploits of gangs reflect big opportunities facing machine age thieves it a adds thought on a school of crime Quot dear editor i should like to say a word about the so called a school of crime m. W. Writes about in last sunday s bulletin. Why always blame the parents of children who turn out to be gangsters and highwaymen As m. W. Claims children Are a problem these Days. The Parks and playgrounds Are for children and when a Mother lets her child go to the playground he meets with other youngsters who put ideas into his head. I have a Little boy and i know what i am talking about. If you know the balls Are stolen Why buy them Why not take the child by the hand and take it a an be under Home to its parents and invest an extensive fall program will be offered the boys and girls of the City during after school hours and on saturdays with the opening of eight of the playgrounds tuesday. A touch a football will be tile Paramount interest for boys. This fascinating game which is very much like tackle football except that it eliminates the danger of injuries will be under the direction of capable leaders. It has gained thousands of followers in College intramural As Well As in Large cities. Interesting features. Some of the More interesting features of this game which distinguish it from tackle football lie in the fact that there Are Only nine men on a team instead of la and All Are eligible to receive a pass. The Field is marked off in 20 Yard zones rather than ten Yard zones and the offensive team must reach the next zone before it can gain a first Down. A player is Down when an opponent touches the Ball Carrier with both hands simultaneously. Blocking is per-1 fitted which enables team work for running plays. There will be four leagues. The museum collections pipelines and Golf courses also prey of looters pilfer ers take House and Fence bit by bit. By Hubert Johnson. Large scale robberies have been one of the results of the machine age. Organized gangs have achieved amazing exploits without leaving a single clue. They have stolen an entire Railroad have looted museums have taken automobiles wholesale and have done other a a jobs just As amazing. From the a pick up men to the final a fences a and the Shady financiers who sell the loot and off the gang organization is evident. Whole Railroad stolen. The prime minister of Rumania reported that an entire Railroad rails ties switches spikes even Oldfield 6ets no. T11 again left to right Are a a Billy Myers Railroad Man George w. Gates sr., president of the red Cross drug co. A a Billy Myers Cousin of the other by that name Charles Ritter journal times employee and Louis f. Mohr former superintendent of cemeteries. Race Driver gels number for his safety work. Flee of Plush lined rowboats Pride of City before turn of Century a a spooning you re wrong a popular pastime. Old friction with Edward May help Force out Baldwin fort Worth Texas a Gate. I am sure most mothers would be glad to have their child brought Home if it is found doing wrong. I know i would. But i am afraid some of these children would be brought Home to empty houses. The a a Mother would either be out playing Golf or Bridge somewhere instead of looking after the children and the Mother who tries to be a Mother is blamed for All of the crime when the so called Golf mothers children influence the other children. E. Mgeneva St by see m. See i pointed on both ends after the Back in Racine a River boating style of a Canoe but not nearly so Days when there was Little if any j treacherous. Or. Gates was the sewage in the Stream rowing was owner of the Craft when the Pic _. ,.one of the popular pastimes. A iture was taken. Cub league will be for boys under Barney Oldfield noted old time Cine had 40 or 50 of the of most the picture we a Uken West of in Kors use f h fall a race Driver and official a greeter Quot rowboats on the lakes. They were Lafayette Bridge about 1888, be pm. E impose o oys uner a at the fort Worth Frontier Centen kept spic and Span and were fur Dar Bend being distinguishable has had one wish fulfilled wished with velvet or Plush Cush off to the right. Not a a a. Vr4 ions. Boating parades were com a a spooning was an accomplish those who Are under 21. Games since coming to Texas he s no. E on the liver line summer ment of All Boatmen in those evenings a string of boats pass Days not the mrs an a a Noons. I Oldfield was asked by state eng up and Down lighted with playgrounds which will have 6 a 17, and the Junior minors for not Al games since will be played on saturday morn �?o7ll�?� my up x a xxx a a xxx Highway patrol chief l g Phares chinese lanterns coaches and play apparatus will i Tho 4u�?z be Lake View Douglas Lincoln what number Drivers License he the oaf shown in the a com Field and Albert state on the wanted in recognition of his Safe la a North Side while South Shore to work Park Knapp fratt and Cedar and he proved it. Bend will be the meeting places a no. 711,�?� replied Oldfield. For South and West Side teams. Teams May Register. Oldfield incidentally told Texas friends that the inevitable has Hap a a spooning connected with lovemaking but the mechanical operation of the oars a sweeping stroke with the outer picture once was the end of the oars skimming smooth property of Richard Dick Trist by Over the surface of the water for Many years passenger and the bulletin is indebted to the freight agent for the North West i Grant studio 1219 College ave Ern Road. It was a veneer Craft nue for the use of the photograph. How to Settle comic strip dispute teams also can Register at the opened. An Oklahoma officer Sig a recreation office at the City Hall naked him to the Side of the Road Cis Vav in in of i of if they do not find it convenient to when he supposedly was driving Register at the above named too fast. Playgrounds. I a who do you think you Are a soccer which has enjoyed much growled the officer Success Here again will be an in j a Barney Oldfield a was the re Terral part of the fall program ply. And he proved it. Five major teams again will join j forces with a group of Kenosha if you don9t watch out Young progressives War on conservative Premier. Dear editor there is an old saying which says you can please some of the i Tea Wim Ltd i Ujj Vixo cuu Jua. A a w. People some of the time but you teams to form the Lakeshore soc j conscience halts can to please All of the people All cer league. Play will begin on or of the time. I am writing this let about sept. 20. Ter in order that it May be helpful in settling this comic strip business. I am sure the journal times is anxious to please a fall of the people All of the of course this is impossible but nevertheless they Are doing a Fine Job. The idea i have in mind is this i first the journal times prints a ballot in several issues. On this ballot Are All the names of the comics with a Blank after them to be filled in by interested readers. For instance Dan Dunn first Choice the Nebbs second Choice and so Forth. By a Short Survey of the ballots the journal times could soon find out which comics they can do without. I think there should be space for the voter to offer suggestions for new comics in the event there is very Little interest in some comic or comics. Here a hoping the above suggestion will help you to please More of the people More of the time. P. S., Park View if there Are a sufficient number of boys who Are under 19 years of age interested in soccer a Junior soccer league will be formed. There must be at least four teams before such plans can be formulated. These games would be played As prelims to the Lakeshore games. Girls will be offered a series of games to give them relaxation from school routines. Women leaders will be found at Lake View Douglas Park Lewis Field and Racine Street. Hockey soccer kickball and other games will be played. Or. Hanson will continue As music supervisor. By Alice Sankey a Click Quot. No cause for alarm just another camera addict getting an in career of crime posed View. Portland Ore. A ins a a j clicking to the right of you troublesome conscience delivered clicking t0 the left of you it Click. James Palmer 32, into the hands1 of the Law. Palmer decided to embark on a career of crime so he used a worthless Check and bought a Shotgun. He sawed off the gun. ,.barrel and planned a list of Man complained just after a Pho crimes. Then his conscience for toed Apher snapped her gazing re bade he told police so he walk proach fully at a dead fished into the police station and con taken by Surprise fessed to having bad intentions. Seems the photographers Palmer was sentenced to ten Amateur and otherwise have months in the county jail but Tak a the country by Surprise. At not for just bad intentions. Least some of the expressions they it was the worthless Check he caught Are surprised ones used to buy a gun for a career with National International of crime he did t follow that i local and commercial contests be ing As you come clicking As you leave. A nowadays a person hardly i dares look like herself a one to dolls on an inner tube with her feet toward them. Done to let Chin hang. Movie cameras too Are among the Type to avoid. If your hair is a flying and a Garter a hanging up will pop a movie camera. And Don t Yawp in a crowd is another caution because just As sure As you get your Mouth open in astonished Surprise a candid camera will Click in your face. About the Only solution to the picture menace experienced victims conclude is the counter attack idea. Attacks on Stanley Baldwin by Young progressives in his own party Are seen As greasing the skids for Britain a Premier. Four travellers demonstrate Speed in overnight trip san Francisco a a four people sat Down to dinner in san Francisco monday night and tuesday night the same four people sat Down to dinner but one of them was in Honolulu one in Vancouver b. C., one in new York and the other in Washington d. Immediately after the dinner in women pilots help new in a Europe a next political sensation is Likely to be the compulsory retirement of Britain a conservative Premier Stanley Baldwin if Young progressives in his own ranks Are successful in the fierce attacks they have been directing against him. The summer recess of parliament has provided a breathing spell in the warfare to unseat Baldwin but the insurgents Are Bent on purging the party of what they Call the reactionary old tory guard in which they Accord or. Baldwin a High place. An important aspect of the situation is the statement circulated in High quarters in England that Young King Edward does not regard or. Baldwin with High favor. A ruler is not supposed to mix in politics in democratic Britain but his private views have a Strong influence. Report no Surprise. Those who have watched the relationship Between Edward and his portly Premier Over a Long period Are not surprised to hear the King lacks any deep affection for a a Farmers Baldwin who is said to have set himself up Long ago As Mentor of the then Prince of Wales. Or. Baldwin is credited with having compelled the Prince to abandon his favorite pastime of Riding to hounds in 1929, on the grounds that the heir to the throne his life. The san Francisco these people boarded planes bound for the four Points i was endangering of the Compass and were at differ Premier also is said to have been place u. air Mark est Points wel1 Over the Western one 0 those who tried to induce sent Palmer to prison. Organized labor takes Stock finds family Row splits ranks up a Organ i nation. This committee of officers Tex gets Praise for Job Well done sized labor turned its Back on one turbulent year saturday Only to face the Prospect of another. The Battle to eliminate unemployment is not yet won. The fight for a better living is endless. The dear editor struggle for Security in hard times Tex Reynold s column certainly old age and sickness still goes on deserves a vote of thanks for it As does the fight for the right to seems that ifs really doing a lot j organize. Of Good. Twelfth Street being overshadowing All these in the paved the Wall on twelfth Street Public Eye today is labors big a Bridge on Herrick Avenue in family quarrel Over How to or directly these enterprises have Ranize. Divided into warring fac been in Tex Reynold s column at tons Union workingmen can look one time or the other the pet for no immediate settlement of Peeve column should also be give this deep rooted scrap. In Many votes of thanks for these a. F. Of l. Is. L o. Enterprises have finally gotten in one Corner stands the Ameri underway. Through the concerned can federation of labor key attitude of both of these columns Stone of the organized labor and the Day by Day count of How movement m this country for More Many More Days it would take be j than 50 years. When the knights fore things got underway finally of labor collapsed the federation brought All this building and Street was founded to skim off the Cream paving about or at least helped Craft unions of highly skilled to bring it about i workers were bound together in yet once More we must Appeal i the federation by a a rope of Sand to your columns. What Good is a to promote common interests Beautiful Bridge going to be on gradually the federation was Herrick Avenue with a dried up broadened but today it still is nil smelly Musty Creek underneath de by the Craft unions. It Racine really be in another Comer stand the turn to Page 5, column i committee tor Industrial Sorgini of a. F. Of l. Unions thinks the Craft form of organization is outmoded in the nations vast mass production and that All mass production workers should be organized by Industry rather than by Craft. Convention fight looms. Company unions meanwhile Point to what they think Are the mistakes of the Standard unions and say they would rather be organized by Plant than by Industry or by Craft. The course of the Battle Between the a. F. Of l. And the committee for Industrial organization probably will be determined at the federations annual convention in Tampa fla., next november. The present sentiment of the federations Craft Union rulers is to expel the to unions affiliated with the committee. If they do War to the death of either the Industrial unions or the crafts is possible. One phase of the controversy May come to a head in the com Mitte for Industrial organizations current drive to enrol All steel workers in the amalgamated association of Iron steel and tin workers. Company unions were ing conducted the person with a camera finds it hard to resist when a Chance for a Good a a take stares him in the camera. A in years to come a he defends himself a you will appreciate a posterity a says he a will posterity will have plenty to Benefit by according to common belief. Mother on spot Junior hardly dares say his prayers without papa clicking a picture of it. Mother must wander around the House amp la Gloria Swanson unless she wants to see a candid camera View of herself paring her corns. This week they were even clicking at passers by along the Street. Then a Dapper Young Man would hand the passer by a Nice Coupon telling him his newsreel photograph number and a Lovely Opportunity to get a copy of the picture and a tube of toothpaste with a Coupon and a slight consideration. Try counter attack. The Best remedy for the common variety of snapshot ter is a counter attack Many believe if he gets you choking on a Chicken Bone get him raiding the icebox later is the theory. Sometimes agreeable swaps can be made and conviviality will reign again. Bathing suit Clad figures draw the snap shotters like picnics draw hemisphere the next Day. Washington. mrs. aboard a giant american Blanche Noyes said to be the Only j Clipper ship one of the men flew Pilot Ever to Fly John d. Rocke Westward to Honolulu while the Feller sr., has been appointed As an a air marking Pilot in a Slick too spa program to provide air markers for location identification throughout the country. Mrs. Noyes will co operate with three other women fliers in the program that will provide a rooftop air Marker or location identification sign every 15 Miles in every direction throughout the country. Others boarded United air lines planes for the overnight flight to new York and Eastern cities and to Canada. New heart surgery believed to be near London a a the possibility of a new surgical operation involving the repair of the heart is discussed in the annual report the other pilots Are mrs. Louise of e Royal College of surgeons. The operation is designed to Thaden of Little Rock Ark. Miss Helen Rickey Mckeesport pa., and miss Helen Maccloskey of Pittsburgh. Mrs. Phoebe Omlie whose husband was killed in an airline crash near St. Louis is in general charge of the four pilots. Mrs. Noyes was visiting the Home of Rockefeller in 1930 when he expressed interest in flying. He was a a delighted with the experience after a flight she said. Mrs. Noyes of Irvington n. J., was taught to Fly in 1929 by her husband Dewey l. Noyes airmail and racing Pilot. Remedy certain conditions in which the heart Muscles Are atrophied. It involves a delicate a a grafting technique the aim of which is to provide an alternative path of circulation through the heart. Oldest and youngest set Mountain record government Camp a mount Hood has Given away before another climbing record this season. Up to the Peak 11,-225 feet above sea level went Little 5-year-old Harry Callicote in company with his father Paul just a few Days after mrs. Irma t. Springer. 74. Portland became ants. Do they a a shoot while the organized in nearly every it Mil t victim is gracefully posed on the j the oldest woman Ever to reach Plant in the country in 1933 i Beach of no they wait until she i the Summit. Bill would limit creation of lawyers Manila p. I. A up a philippine National assemblyman Nicolas Rafols of Cebu has proposed a Bill designed to limit the creation of new attorneys. The measure would suspend All bar examinations for five years beginning in 1944. The Prince to marry against his will. Debt settlement criticised. Young conservatives Long have charged that Baldwin is non progressive and lacking in ideas and initiative. The handling of the Italo ethiopian problem All but brought his political House Down about his ears. But there have been Many other things dating from the world War debt settlement which Baldwin effected in Washington in 1923 As Chancellor of the exchequer. Britons have said he allowed the Yankees then to take him for a ride. Apropos of the charge of Lack of initiative Baldwin once remarked to me that secrets were Safe in his keeping and added a when people try to quiz me i put on a stolid expression. The result is that some of them get the idea i am stupid but i had rather be considered stupid than have to give away Snake and 7 skunks bag of 2 Hunters Burrell Calif. A a with the California Deer Hunting season in full swing two Hunters Here admit that their entire toll to Date has been seven skunks and one ten rattle Rattlesnake a i a f a Stop look and listen fails to save Drivers Caldwell a after they narrowly escaped death when a Railroad train hit their motor car As they stopped to a look and listen at a crossing Grant Ward and Floyd southward decided there Wasny to much truth in the old Railroad warning sign a the men stopped their car on a siding to let a train pass on the trunk line of the Railroad. The train unexpectedly turned off on the siding striking the car. Had they gone on disregarding the a a Stop sign they would have escaped unscathed they said. Rolling Stock and signal system had been stolen. Constructed in wartime from Cluj Transylvania to Jacobeno Rumania it Cost almost $4,000,000. Apparently it had been taken piecemeal and the parts sold without causing suspicion. Ten valuable paintings were stolen from a collectors office in England along with rare persian silk and Woolen rugs flemish tapestries and Ivory carvings. Thieves looted a Vienna Arsenal of museum pieces consisting of 200 Golden crosses an antique Silver statue and other historical treasures. Some hours after a Newark n. J., patrolman had admired the new cars in a showroom he found that thieves had taken All 15 automobiles without breaking the lock. Golf Green stolen. A Long Island Golf course had the unique experience of having the entire fifth Green stripped of its velvety grass. Four Days later detectives found the 400 Square Yards of Sod stacked neatly in a cemetery. The keeper said he had purchased the truckloads from some Young men. A Cool Job was reported in new York state. A Quantity of ice was removed from a City Reservoir. Three Hundred suits and overcoats were stolen one night from a Brooklyn store. Boston thieves lifted half a million razor Blades Worth $30,000, from a garage. A chicagoan was arrested for stealing 125 bathtubs. Many citizens were deprived of water when a half mile of Lead pipe was carted away from the Enfield mass., water system. Texas rangers arrested a dozen men in East Texas who had been stealing crude Oil by tapping the pipe lines from five Wells. By Means of pipes leading around the flow recording meters they had taken Oil Over a period of seven months and had shipped it to refineries. Two million Gall wasps were stolen from the Fig ranch of or. H. Moore near Merced Calif. A live wire thieves took 159 Miles of Copper wire from the High tension wires Between grand rapids and Marshall in Michigan. The robbers had risked instant death to strip the steel towers. Somehow they had dodged the 144,000-Volt current and had carted away 16 tons of Copper wire. Truck hijackers Are not uncommon. Bizarre robberies have been the taking of $5,000 Worth of motor accessories $20,000 Worth of garments $22,000 Worth of Cigar ets 8 tons of peanuts 20 dozen chairs and card tables and the turn to Page 3, col. I Texas editor has own abbreviations Woodville Tex., a is a j. H. Willard editor of the weekly Tyler county Booster is an enterprising and economical sort of a Newspaperman. Editor Willard has introduced an innovation in newspaper printing by abbreviating the conventional a emr. And for the More simple the editor harassed by the repeated use of the or. And mrs., explained his action by an editorial thusly a in using a a rms we have Only four Linotype keys to press and it is possible for the term a or. And mrs. To appear Twenty to Twenty five times in a column of local stories. We have adopted a a rms to save space and Speed up incidentally editor Willard said arms has no period. British Gimber 51, gives up Everest try London a up a Hugh Rutledge Leader of a British expedition thwarted this year in an attempt to climb unconquered mount Everest will never try it again. A i am certain some Day it will be climbed but i shall never try again a he said. A i am 51 and too old. It does not mean however that i shall give up climbing. Smaller peaks Are often harder than the highest weather notes Chicago sept. 5.�? up a the weather Outlook for the period sept. 7 to 12 for the Region of the great lakes showers first of week generally fair Middle showers again near close temperatures above Normal first of week cooler Middle warmer again near close

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