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Racine Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 5, 1940, Racine, Wisconsin SUNDAY BULLETIN VOL. 10, No. 51. MAY 5, 1940. 10 PAGES George Dibbern aboard his War Reaches Out Long Arm To Jolt Bewildered Seafarer Learn Cure Gray Hair in Animals May 4.-(/P)-Isolation of a vitamin which prevents and cures graying of hair in animals was announced by a group of University of Wisconsin They said it had not been determined definitely whether the vitamin also would be effective in treating humans to maintain or restore the lustre and color of their Experimental quantities of the pure vitamin were removed from liver by C. A. Edward Neilsen and J. J. They now are seeking to determine its chemical structure as a step toward synthetic If that can be it will assure large quantities for more extensive may be more than one cause for fraying Dr. Elvehjem at least in some animals one type of graying hair is caused by poor If this holds true in then it is quite possible the vitamin may cure the Urges New Office Buildings To Draw Firms to Racine SAN May 4.-War reaches out even to the man without a It has grabbed hold of tousled little George once a citizen of but now sans One of these days soon Dibbern must step his Te in San Francisco hoist his own flag and set to His stay in the United already expires June 1. He is afraid to land in a British or French for he might be interned as a South sea ports are largely British and he can not visit U. S. many neutral ports are closed to him because of war restrictions and spy He may stop in but his stay would be as it would be in Costa and other countries down the Pacific You can't stop in any country long if you carry no So it is an odd voyage that Dibbern will soon begin out of San flying a flag portraying the unity and brotherhood of with no place to More Dibbern has had no place to go for 10 he left Germany in 1930, sick with the and hate and that had overtaken his Dibbern was an able seaman before the first had covered much of the He was interned in New Zealand until 1919, when he returned to He married and had three The mad inflation of those days broke Followed years of knocking his family scattered over Then Dibbern and his nephew crossed the their own boat in 31 They passed through the Panama canal and into the to sail north to San Francisco in 1932. Dibbern has been sailing almost steadily 60,000 miles in the South down and He entered and won the 1,700-mile race in 17 days in spite of 40 hours when he was beached for Then he raced from Auckland to winning His left him to settle in Tasmania in 1935 and Dibbern sailed the southern seas Is Dibbern has almost finished his first Like his his lectures are never never To Dibbern it doesn't matter which side wins the good can come from Hitler is as helpless as he will tell Hitler is He rose on a definitely felt need of the German people and he will fall when that need is The peace of world rests finally with the believes this extraordinary As the individual so will That's why he carries no nationalistic His flag is his a white a circle and a it stands for and and there is no place for it in a warring Eggs Between And Family Row's on May 4.-When a husband slipped into bed on a chilly night and found his wife had spread several dozen eggs between the a riotous family argument Patrolman Walter Broderick reported that each party made charges of hurling and that the wife showed him her bed with the legs sawed off so she was sleeping almost on the As Male Thoughts Turn fo Golf Makes Hubby Real Modern College Girl Seeks Early Marriage ST. May 4.-(U.R)-The fact that the modern college girl is eager to marry than was her sister of a generation ago does not mean that she is more successful in getting a Dean Harriet M. Allyn told the National Association of Deans of Women Dean said the modern college girl wants to marry within a year or so after graduation instead of waiting for eight or ten as formerly would make appear that more college graduates are she according to statistics at Mount Holyoke only about 50 to 60 per cent of the alumnae have ever The percentage hasn't changed in recent By SID KAYE Don't reach for a a Grab a carpet if you have visions of elevating your thoughts wander to the nineteenth remember the basement or These reminders might come from any one of hundreds of housewives in Racine at this The Price You Stiff aching reddened in the and a weary feeling that draws one describe the dutiful physical It is the spring investment that paves the way for all the sporty days one expects to spend piecing the turf and lofting the little white Taking the matter the dutiful considers it a and an for a better understanding of the internal affairs of his Housecleaning takes one into all the nooks and It surprises even in immaculately kept how many things besides dust and dirt may be found in these out of the way The systematic director of housecleaning activities - in this the grood her start by dusting and readjusting things in the attic -a place where and many other unused objects are The spends more time here than he thought he because he has found so many things to interest The first day's labors perhaps end Thoughts overtakes the sooner than usual after this first day's In he returns to the where his thoughts frequently stray from the ordinary Is he eager to return home and resume his it is a job that must be Neck - and ceiling and are next in A room a day keeps one out of Depending upon the number of it may take a week inore to finish this Perhaps you have washed too painstakingly or have used too much solution in the If the surface is a painting job may stare you in the unless you have a particular fondness for this form you will leave it to professional Moving the furniture outdoors to replacing the and taking care of a few other odds and ends will find you completing the interior Window washing is an exterior job that you may if the house needs you in all probability will turn that over to the ' the removing collected rubbish and loosening up dirt in the flower beds will occupy another Then you can rest for a week before the longing for golf will get the best of you General Stock In Ghost Store 50 Years Old May 4.- the ghost town of near here is a ghost store still stocked with wares and goods and cloaked with years of history and It was southeastern Minnesota's first general opened in 1853 by Felix In 1910, Thomas inherited the store but not the desire to operate it. So he locked it stock to open it again for He later headed the First National bank in the neighboring town of At the saddles and stable equipment of the Civil war dry goods more than 50 years 19th century petticoats and and publications once meant for the use of pioneers now serve as Purpose Is to Bolster Youth Security Thousands Given Help in Finishing Their Education By DON HUTH To help young people secure their rights to a to a to to a family and to be a part of their Upon these principles is based the National Youth which was established on June 26, 1935, and which started to operate in Racine on Jan. 1, 1936. Thomas S. director of the vocational was the sponsor of NYA in Racine and Karl H. Steinmann has served as supervisor since the first offices were established City officials have aided in putting the program in operation in the Three Major The first Racine NYA offices were located at the vocational but due to cramped quarters were moved to the old Klinkert property on Washington avenue last It was through the efforts of the city council that the Klinkert property was placed at the disposal of the The National Youth administration has three major To provide unemployed and out-of-school largely from relief with part-time employment on socially useful projects which work experience and related training that enhance their chances of obtaining private To assist needy young people in earning their way through college and graduate And To provide youth with vocational guidance and help them to find suitable jobs in private 16,000 Employed in At the present time there are approximately 8,400 out-of-school youth employed on 86 work projects in the necessitating an average monthly payroll of to These 8,400 youth in 62 including an average of 300 in Racine earn a monthly average wage of In addition to these youth there are about 16,000 students of high vocational schools and colleges now employed in 670 educational institutions in the state on the student work The scope of the NYA program is so broad that the type of work performed is practically limitless in its variety and The young men of the state are constructing community youth co-operative to Page 3, Column 1) The Franklin elementary school's speaking choir Is believed to be the youngest of its kind In the Front Delbert Patsy Betty second Henry Robert Robert third Vilma Earl Dorothy Robert Fourth Herbert Frances Dorothy Shirley Gladyes and John Vocal soloists appearing in the elementary school's music festival to be held at 3 oclock this afternoon In the Washington Park high school are Jack Stewart Dick Mary Beth David Elaine Newcomb and Cherle 63 7 School Children to Sing At Festival This Afternoon Directed by Miss Nan a chorus of 600 sixth grade assisted by a speaking choir of 24 fourth grade children and seven soloists will present a music festival at 3 oclock this afternoon at Washington Park high The speaking choir is believed to be the only one of its kind in the Divided into five parts the program opens with the chorus singing the Navajo Indian's Challenge Failed to Reawaken Horse Racing as By JACK ROBERTS once known as the horse center of was beginning to lose that prized title in 1900 when A. Perry board of trade commission warehouse man and horse attempted to revive the sport of horse this on let's scrape Main street bring out the steppers once Racine was for many years the horse city of the state and can be The people would be surprised to see what be hitched here if an interest is Nellie Was Some only way to get up some trots on Main street is for me to challenge all that can be found to follow my Nellie D the last one from Dolly D and She can just fly hitched in Had her out yesterday and the poles seemed to be as close as the teeth in a fine Come on bring out your best girl and see me cut you Mr. was 78 years old when he issued that challenge and died the following on Oct. 1901. He failed to find any probably because the wealthy men were to While publishing the challenge in 1900, the Racine Journal made the following ago any pleasant a dozen or more fast horses could be seen speeding up and down Main between Sixth and Twelfth and the fun was enjoyed by many citizens and lovers of horse Stephen and Frank K. Bull had a number of good among them the old and famous Phil who could beat anything there was Jackson I who drove a number of fast L. J. R. M. Boyd and Ed Hither often was seen with and Charley and Frank Brown always handled good A. P. Dutton held the reins over rapid still are a number of good ones here and with the streets cleared of deep they probably would be In Chicago and Milwaukee hundreds of blooded animals are out and even Kenosha shows a Racine is On the Hickory Grove Stock owned by Jerome and located just south of Racine college there was in the late 80s and 90s a large circular bam with an inclosed The farm also boasted of a regulation track where fast horses were trained and The old fair off Taylor and boasted a good track in those days and in the 1900s, Ernst Klinkert had a track iii what now is Oak The writer's Robers used to relish telling about an encounter he had in the 1890s with J. I. then one of the outstanding horsemen of My dad had a big grey which he often hitched to a two-wheeled cart and drove Asylum avenue Taylor for One day as the grey was jogging he was overtaken by J. I. Case in his rubber-tired and driving of his fastest he give you a He passed at a 2:40 J. L Case Had The grey was what is known as a He would jog along at a slow rate until something passed then hang his head over the shoulder of the driver and stay Another thing about the grey was that he was a that he would shed a lot of saliva and foam when he vras being he stayed with I. muzzling him and covering him with foam while Mr. Case made frantic efforts to speed up his horse and leave behind the grey until finally he drove to side of the stopped his horse and begged my dad to let him Carey's a Czech folk the by Mary Root Vocal solos will be given by Cherie Mary Beth Hanson and Elaine Jack Stewart Close and Dick Frankel form a vocal trio on the program and David Evans will give a piano In the third part of the program the chorus will sing the French-Canadian of a a Mexican folk The and a Swiss folk tunc White and The fourth grade of Franklin school will present choral readings under the direction of Marcia The program vrill close with the chorus singing Poppies Close Their by Spencer and two songs hy Robert and of The last song on the program is Two Are Helga and Anne Sorensen will be Teachers assisting in the program and the schools they represent include Dorothy Thyra Anne Helen Amanda Violet North Rose Dorothy Mabel Ruth Esther Lully Ethel Irene and Health Menace Seen in Styles Comfort Urged Rather Than Figure To Suit Fashion rather than fashionable figure is recommended as a guide in wearing apparel for women by Dr. D. H. assistant medical advisor of Cornell women of Queen Elizabeth's not they did not faint at the slightest provocation but from the pressure of their foundation garments on the nerve the solar did they die of broken but rather from commonly known as green caused by the impairment of their This was the direct result of pressure on the Would Study Dr. Deyoe said he isn't trying to scare the but urged fashions and to consider their to look behind women's feet on a new fashion bring pressure on the waist and other parts of the body and result in shortened breathing and nervous he the high heel of a cleverly styled pair of shoes shorten the leg muscles and eventually cause Feet are important to balance and and hence the type shoe worn will determine whether the carriage Is graceful or he does not mean that frivolous fashions are taboo for special Do not make a of the heel or the foundation for in time they will injure County Looks for Owner Of 107-Year-Old Bible N. May 4.-(U.B is looking for the rightful owner of a 107-yearM>ld Augustus of records In the county clerk's discovered the rearranging old It apparently had been used as evidence in a lawsuit years in the originally was owned by a James who Metallic Diet Followed By Stew and Vegetables May 4.^U.R)-^Fred Cox of Los Angeles his way none the worse for his metallic He appeared one day and East Liverpool residents by publicly eating one one safety razor blades and a number of from the belt of Patrolman Robert He was jailed on an intoxication but was later released after telling police stew and vegetables will fix me Town Hunts Purchaser For Complete May 4.-
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