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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 20, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin journal times i what our a readers have Ito say. Racine wis., sunday september 20, 1936 circulation Over 21,000 is Hill be raid tor any comment l sed in this column. Admires gangsters o 7 threatens Shirley builds midget racing Auto in Home Wor american zoos comb whole world to find pets to strange foods Calls Quot uncertainty Quot Accident cause dear editor your editorial of wednesday to. Sept. 9 on a a in War or traffic innocents still die a was one of history and admonition rather than real help at prevention. Assistance was lacking therein and omitted prevention As published articles usually do in our press. Yours was not More subject to this criticism than Are others. As yet we fail to reach a fundamental As to the very existence of accidents in traffic. We can not decisively pronounce every circumstance whatever an Accident yet our past abounds with circumstances which in our ignorance of the causes of things Are As if they were accidents admonition is necessary yet less so than assistance in prevention. Deliberate intent to injure spells no Accident it is where such intent is absent that causes us real concern. Accidents have for their primal and Basic cause uncertainty of mind. Every Accident resolves itself to this one fact and to deny this evidences the correctness of the principle. The inability to understand this or the stubborn unwillingness to accept argues no future Assurance of cessation of accidents nor their increase in numbers. We Tell be just where we Are now. Having the cause can we not prevent them if we so wish we can by making men to minds sure that their decisions As to the intended line of direction is Safe to everyone. Can this be done yes positively accidents so called will still occur but we will have fewer of them. The knowledge of cause enables us to formulate the method of approach to real afet. J. Lwis. St called too Young Racine Man to be chorus girl Jsu is front wheel drive set their goal and go to work on terse pungent paragraphs about Many subjects. C starting on the Trail blazed by famous american knights of the typewriter two Racine youths have decided they will be newspaper feature writers and columnists. Ray Bayer. 2314 Lasalle Street and Bob Miller 1521 Arthur Avenue have done More than talk about their ambition they have gone to work on it. Former members of the staff of the St. Catherine s High school shield they tend toward terse pungent paragraphs of the a of barbs Type. The Young men went to work they ground out a a of column to to and they submitted it to the sunday bulletin. Here it is a pretty girl might not think much of her family tree but she May have reason to he proud of her limbs. Jonah May have been swallowed by a whale but we the All been taken in by Stock Market bears. # a Box of cigars is like a congressman s Campaign. When they tre Burnt Down they tre nothing More than a Bunch of ?� constructs some parts salvages others for project. Diets of captive animals Range from dried flies to head lettuce hut visitors have their own ideas. Les Kussman 2048 Dean Boulevard Isno to a Mechanic by occupation but he is one by inclination. As a pastime he nearly always is a of pottering with machinery of some kind. Recently or. Kessmar built a midget racing car in a workshop he maintains at his Home and he uses it for his own amusement. He started working on it two years ago. The car is of the front wheel drive Type the Only one in this part of the country that or. Kussman is aware is in existence. It is 34 inches High at its highest Point and has an Over All length of eight feet. Pressure lubrication. It has a 45-Inch tread and a 70-Inch wheelbase with 20 by 4 tires. It is equipped with a twin ignition � motor overhead valve engine i pressure feed lubrication system land i i Inch Down draft Carbury i tor. All of the parts for the racer were either built entirely by or. Kussman or were rebuilt from parts of wrecked automobiles. Or. Kussman also built two big race i cars both of which he sold. He always was interested in mechanics and for a time was employed in a garage. By Hubert Johnson. Scientific methods Are used in modern zoos to keep the wild captives Well and Happy. Food is brought from All parts of the Globe and each kind of animal gets its own special fare. At the Bronx zoo new to York City. 3,000 Birds animals and reptiles require 124 kinds of food. Ant eggs from the Black Forest of Germany Gopher snakes from Texas Prairies dried flies from Africa s Lake Victoria Nyanza Are part of the Bill of fare. A Otid bits from visitors. Zoo visitors would vary the menu of the animals. A weird array of titbits from Cigar Butts and lollypops to Golf balls and a of did it because i wanted to be a gangster a grins Frank e. Stephens 16, of Atlanta ga., after release on his own recognizance on charges resulting from the mailing of a $25,000 extortion letter to Mother of Shirley Temple child film Star whom he threatened to Kidnap. Fire hydrant fools motorists dear editor i am writing in regard to the fire hydrant on Lake Avenue Between fifth and sixth streets. Last evening at least three cars parked Longside it without knowing it was there. It is covered with at least three feet of tall weeds and grass and i done to think a fire truck could find it if necessary. We called the attention of All three Drivers to this tact because they could no to see it. Quite a number of years ago we parked there and got a �??� in order to find the hydrant the police and firemen had to first remove wire and grass just As ii is now so of course we were released. Since then we keep an Eye on same and always try to prevent a similar arrest. I Hope you print this for the Benefit of those in charge and also for car Drivers. J. A. Augusta St in connection with the opening of the new Wren transmitter building in it. Pleasant this afternoon at 2 Oclock the program department and the engineers have arranged Many distinctive and unusual broadcasts to be heard directly from the transmitter site. For the full seven Days of the open House these programs will be presented daily. Or. Starbuck to talk. At 1 30 this afternoon a special Short wave broadcast of opinions of the passer by will be staged. From 6 p. In. To 6 30 p. In. A jewish new year program will be heard conducted by rabbi Aaron Cohen. A half hour concert by the master singers under the direct with George Freeman to orchestra the co eds Dave Pritchard and the modern male choir is to be a feature broadcast at 8 Oclock. Friday night the co eds Quot will present a modern song program at 7 15. There will be a passer by program at 7 30, and moods of music starring Muriel Larsen the concert orchestra Dave Pritchard and a male quartet will be heard at 8 Oclock. Saturday evening starts off with a passer by broadcast at 6 45, the modern male chorus with Carl Fisher at 7 15, and the Racine Park Board band from 8 to 8 30 p. In. Special stage erected. All these programs will be broadcast directly from a specially erected stage at the transmitter site in full View of the visitors attending the open House Celebration. Hostesses will accompany visitors on their tour through the transmitter building to explain Points of interest. Attend open House week at the Wren transmitter in it. Pleasant sept. 20 through sept. 27. The new transmitter is at Victory and Kentucky streets. To i reach it drive one half mile South from Washington Avenue on lath Rop to Victory. Thinks 1894 Lucky gives data for proof Washington ?" up a Sherman f. Lull believes in a Lucky number and its 1894. He and his wife were born that year. For years they have had car License no. 1894. In the Republican primary this year Lull was running second in the race for nomination for county treasurer. It appeared he was beaten with 1,873 votes to 1,879 for his opponent. The Absentee ballots came in boosting Lull to total to 1,894, enough to win. Because she is Only 15 years old and member of a new York night club chorus gorgeous Julia Martinez has become the Center of a Legal Battle launched by the children to society which charged her Mother with impairing the morals of a minor. A Oshe comes right Home after the show every night and is a Good girl a her Mother protests explaining a Julia is set on a stage career so Why should t she Start Young a Japan plans schools for munition workers Tokio. Up a the need for trained workers and foremen in Japan to expanding munition industries is the explanation Given by the Tokio education Bureau for its decision to establish five new technical schools next year. With the army planning to spend about $900,000,000 on expansion and especially replenishment of arms and munitions during the next six years thousands of skilled factory men will be required. Programs to be broadcast from the stage at the new Wren transmitter during open House week sunday. 1 30�?"opinions of passer by. 6 00�?"jewish new year program. 7 00 the master singers. 9 00 it Allan Amene an hour. Monday. 7 45 opinions of passer by 8 00�?"Home Mutual concert tuesday. 7 00�?"opinions of passer by. 7 15�?"the co eds. 8 00�?"american Bank concert. 9 00 a German hour with Carl Carl Fisher. Wednesday. 7 00�?" Brahms choral club 8 ooh opinions of passer by thursday. 7 15�?"opinions of passer by. 8 00�?"wisconsin revue. Friday. 7 30�?"opinions of passer by. 8 00 a moods of music. Saturday. 6 45�?"opinions of passer by. 7 15 modern male chorus. 8.00 Racine Park Board band. Asks More frequent clean up drives dear editor i think the idea of rejecting garbage if tin cans or Glass Are found therein is a splendid idea. Our garbage collector told me that he has Cut his hands several times and at present has no feeling in one of his fingers due to such an Accident. However something should be done to keep the City clean. Instead of having an annual a cleanup ?� Why not hav e a monthly pickup of rubbish Etc. Let to hear what some of the readers have to say about this. Mrs. F., Lasalle St Doris Duke Cromwell not sure she can get permit. Fight for peace urged upon All Christendom Monteux Switzerland. A to a the intervention of Christendom to maintain peace is urged in resolutions adopted Here by the management committee of the world Alliance for International Friendship through the churches. Twenty five countries sent representatives to the meetings. The committee decided to Send delegates to the world peace rally which is being held in Brussels in september. Honolulu. A . A plans of j mrs. Doris Duke Cromwell for a i $500,000 Home in Honolulu hang i uncertainly today on the Issue of i whether her proposed swimming Pool we Tould be her own or a Public Basin for All. In a land where everybody from the Bab to grandpa swims the i a richest girl in the world Sud Denly has been involved in a controversy. With her husband James Cromwell she purchased a $100,-000 estate at Kaa Lawai and an bounced plans to construct a House to Cost More than half a i million dollars. Originally headlined in Florida newspapers As a othe Taj mahal of Florida when the House was planned for Duke and Cromwell property in that state the Home Here was to have a spacious outdoor swimming Pool. But the Honolulu Harbor Board rejected an application by William d. Cross jr., representing the Cromwells asking permission to construct the Pool on Beach property immediately adjoining the estate. Alternative is offered. Flt the Only Wray i see for the Cromwells to build that swimming Pool there a said Louis Cain chairman of the Harbor Board a ois for them to throw it open to the Public at All ?� they Tell have to build it on their own property if they want it to be ?� mayor Fred Wright suggested the Cromwells buy Beach property elsewhere and deed it to Honolulu in return for the right of building their swimming Pool near their estate. The chamber of Commerce the hawaiian tourist Bureau the engineers to association of Honolulu gov. Joseph b. Poindexter attorney general William Pittman police chief William Gabrielson and the democratic party became involved in the Issue. Dislikes to share bubblers with dogs dear editor Here to a pet Peeve i be had for a Long time and i think the bulletin is a Good place to express my opinion. I think the drinking fountains on the streets Are very essential and there should be More of them for the people. But it is very disgusting to see dogs drinking from them. I see this happen very often and also have seen people lift their dogs up so they could drink from them. I think there should be a dog drink on the Bottom of the Fountain to keep them from drinking from the Bubbler i would like to see this in print. Thanks for the bulletin i think it to grand. G. M., oven ave writes for refund of 1881 rain Check Albany ?" a fifty five years ago Frank b. Tichenor now Justice of the peace at port Orford ore., bought a ticket to the Linn county fair. But that saturday oct. I 1881, was Rainy and Tichenor never used the ticket. Recently he wrote Albany to mayor enclosing the ticket and requested a refund. He added a of should have some interest done to you think after the use of my Money All these years a boy is touches match to Shell loses fingers Hopkinsville by. A ins a Herschel Holbert 13, wanted to a Osee what would happen if he touched a match to the powder in a Shotgun Shell. So he tried it. Herschel lost the thumb forefinger and Middle Finger on one hand. Keys quads pass life saving test Hollis ?" pm the keys quadruplets Leota Mary Mona and Roberta recently passed the red Cross life saving test. The Sisters took their tests together. Confucius9 birthday celebrated in China banking ?" up a China to greatest Sage and teacher confucius whose 2,488th birthday is being celebrated this year was surrounded in his travels and during his sojourns at Royal courts by 72 faithful disciples and protectors t. V a citizen Dies at age of 104 Honolulu. A a Hawaii has just lost its oldest american citizen. He was Francisco Costa de Jesus aged h 4. He was born in Portugal in 1832, and did not leave Hawaii during the 58 years of his residence Here. U. S. May establish Florida Bird havens Miami Fla. A Abb a the Federal government is contemplating establishment of two migratory waterfowl refuges in Florida a a v

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