The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 14, 1962 · Page 10
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 10

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, January 14, 1962
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. RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jan. 14,1962 Sec. 1, Page 10 POLICE LEARN FIRST AID — Racine policemen are taking a five lesson course in first aid at the Army Reserve Armory. The course, taught by Sgt. Alfred 1 ucker aided by IVIrs. Tucker, is offered four times each Wednesday in order that all members of the depjirt- menl, even parkettes, may attend during their off duty hours. When the course is completed, the policemen each will be credited with 15 hours compensatory time. FIRST PHOTO: Policeman Clayton Lee, left, and police communications technician Ralph Beck learn how to administer artificial respiration. SECOND PHOTO: A similar demonstration is made by Sgt. Herman Cramer, using traffic investigator Norman Seeger as a victim. Traffic investigator James Jerdee and Mrs. Tucker look on. THIRD PHOTO: Sergeant Tucker, left, uses patrolman James Kaplan in a demonstration of how to administer first aid to someone rescued from drowning in a swimming pool without taking the individual out of the pool. The method allows respiration to be administered by using the edge of the pool as a back rest while pressure is applied to the chest. Learning the technique are patrolmen Renny Hoogerhuis, left and Edward Kirt. The classes end Jan. 3L —Journal-Times Photos 'Daredevil Liz Sheds Garments, Sets Off Shock Wave in Britain CHESHAM, England—(AP)—Green-eyed Eliza -iThen 1 pa.ssed them one by both Mayo—the girl they call Daredevil Liz—did a strip- 1°".^'"^° ^° ^ ^°y; 'Of course, our team won.' Clear Victory at a party and became the most notorious political leader in Britain. , oe s ex lained later Gruff sounds of disapproval came from members ofj . 3''VR^^'"^ xp ain , • 1 • I • n I • t f • if he charades game turned m- the Gonscrvative Club in this liuckmghamshire town. ^ contest to find which "It's a damn disgrace," said one retired colonel. team could string the most Will Investigate ; items of clothing along a rope. ... ,. ^, III- r I ' 'Miss iVIayo's striptease gave Miss Mayo, 21-year-old chairman of Chesham s ^.^^ ^ ^^^^^ ^.^^^^^ Young Conservative League, stripped off during a game ^-^^^ Mayo's mother—wife of charades held to boost league funds in premises owned ^of a wealthy businessman — by the local Anglican church. Word of her exploit jdismissed the incident as just III III • ' ~ ia jolly prank, shocked straitrht-laced rcsi -i ...r,/ • •• ^ ! • 'There was nothing dis- dents. The vicar, the Rcv.llittlc town, full of gossips. I j,raceful or immoral in what Eric Arnold, announced lie!^"^'^"'^ ""^'^ ^ ^ my daughter did." she said. .1 Liz explained what hap- will iiold an investigation ppned' of the incident. "I was the only girl at the Daredevil Liz was unre- party who was prepared to that Chesham has its own Dolce Vita set. The youngj conservatives here are a jolly j my daughte Last word from Liz, whose friends call her a daredevil: "I suppose you could say pcntanl. shed her clothes. It was sim- "What a lot of fuss over a ply a team game of charades. ,• , . ,, little striptease." she pouted. "I popped into a c'^'Tidor ''\';|y_^_^'_J^^'^'^^^• "Thls is just a narrow-minded and took all my clothes off ( HKAL I'AL.SY DRIVE—Discussing the Cerebral r.i: •- li .'id iln -.c 111 N'. Iu( h Mihiiileers will call on Racine I 'lii.M .M 'lixl.r,- Ml)'!,I \ni (lunations wiMe Mis. Hans Jl.ur.iri lift ,11 ,(1 MIS licderuk Cjarretl, co chairmen. Aiioui VU (( ii!', ol cMiy ( (.ontributed will be used to si.j|jp')ii !'.(.il piiijM,iiiis ;iiiil services of the United { eicljral l',ih\ m RIK me ( oiniK We're awfully keen on alh sorts of things — politics as well." I The party was one of many held by the league to try and attract new members and raise money through admission charges. It was not immediately known what sum was raised at the function but it was fairlv certain new members were attracted. Bennys fo Hail 35+h Anniversary */ f . ! HOLLYWOOD— (/P)— Jack /^:'^'f^' A'u/ff// i Benny—who maintains he's " ^f^^ I only ,39 years old—will cele- '^(^^4/ j^/?/" j' ibrate his 35th wedding anni- Iversary today. ! His marriage to Mary Liv- ing.ston has been cine of the longest and happiest in Holly-; wood. ! Bcnney was playing in a musical in Los Angeles when; he w a s introduced to Missj Livingston by mutual friends. They were married in his home town of Waukegan, 111., in 1927. Explains Benny when asked why his marriage has been so isuccessful: "It 's Mary. She has a great deal of courage." • The Benncys had planned an anniversary dinner but canceled it because of the death of Ernie Kovacs, a .close friend, in an auto accident early Saturday. 3 Farm Leaders to Speak in State .MADl.SO.N -i /Ti^- 1 hr'-f na t Kjna I iii Icidii s \^ li ! t)e speakers f(;r a (-"-ncral SCSSKJH of Ihe annual V*.'is(,orisiii I ,irri! and Home Week .Jan 24, the l^niversity (j| Vvisifjnsin (ol lege of agriculture reported They are J ii Pal ton. president (jf the farmers L 'liKjri, Denver; H. D. Newson, mas ter of the National Grange of Washington, DC, and C. li. Shuman, president of the f-arm Bureau Federation, Chi cago. INDIA RED DIES NEW DELHI. India~C^— Ajoy Ghosh, 52, secretary- genera] of the Communist Party of India for the 10 years, died Saturday of a heart a^^ck. INLAID 9x12 LINOLEUM YOU SAVE $20 §^ INSTALLED- *^ over your prepared floor 20 Smart Patterns In Stock EASY PAYMENTS 240 MAIN ... ME 4.7191 NOW AT FIRST NATIONAL An Exhibit of the World^s Most Glamorous Fur MUTATION MINK Courtesy EMBA (Mink Breeders Association) Less than 2.^ years ago all mink was brown. The scientific breeding of mink through the natural laws of genetics (« produce new colors and shades was pioneered here in Racine County and the first ex­ periments (o |)rove successful produced platinum niiiik on the Union (irove "ranch" of Charles VVhitaker in i9;j9-40. The display at FIRST NATIONAL consists of genuine pelts in 34 colors and shades now available around the world. None of the pelts was dyed — all were produced by breeding for mutations. The 38 breeders in Racine County who are menibers of EMBA, a national organization with headquarters in Racine, join us in inviting you to see this interesting and unique exhibit. First National Bank and Trust Company MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM • MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIOM SERVICE CONVENIENCE • SECURITY

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