The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1965 · Page 30
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 30

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, June 27, 1965
Page 30
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/'RACINl'SUNDAriUtllTIN' Suitdoy, Junt 27, IMS This Is Your Future AinOLOGICAL FORECAST For JiiM 28 By Sydney Omarr "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points the way." General Tendencies: Cycle high for Cancer, Leo. Special word to Pisces; There is now more freedom to make Intel ligent decisions. Aries (March 21 - April 19): Best to look twice at fine print when dealing with documents, written instructions. One with experience could give worthwliile counsel. Avoid arguments ... be a good listener. Taurus (April 20 • May 20): You become aware of opportunity. A return of vitality indicated. Sense of humor hits new high. Events due to twist in your favor . . . you can make the right decisions. Gemini (May 21 - June 20): Important to make clear you know what you're talking about. Then proceed to prove it. Be kind, tactful. Means this is a day to talk quietly , but display your innate confidence. Cancer (June 21 - July 22): Expect some changes, some opposition—but bank on ultimate success. Your cycle moves up. You could receive vital communication ... either in form of verbal message—or letter. Think on your feet! Leo (July 23 - Aug. 22): Your fine sense of justice comes to forefront. Lend helping hand to underdog. Show that you care—and are aware of situation. Then you gain friends and allies. Virgo (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): Forcing issues gets you nowhere now. Wait for the right time. Clue could come sooner than you think . . . perhaps from friend. Be perceptive. Analyze—read between the lines. Libra (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22): You can get much accomplished through self-reliance. But you must set the pace. Handle responsibility. Realize others look to you as example. Act with dignity. Scorpio (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21): Move with assurance, but avoid arrogance. Important to finish what you start. Listen to advice offered by proven friend. Deal intelligently v^rith money questions. Key is common sense! Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21); Be considerate but get point of view across. Highlight originality, independence. Time is on your side. Play waiting game. Others seem curious . . . they should soon reveal purpose. Church Has Row with BBC Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You can gain objective through indirect approach. Be subtle ... sensitive to feelings of others. Remember lessons learned in past. Obtain hint from Cancer-born individual. Aquarius (Jan. 20 - Feb, 18): Indications not so good for speculation. Invest in familiar areas. Leave gambling to others. Base actions on knowledge. Strengthen ties of affection. Be especially considerate of children. Pisces (Feb. 19 - March 20): Many around you appear super-sensitive. Maintain proper perspective. Avoid forming conculsJons based purely on emotion. Listen and learn . . . tlien apply knowledge. ..If Today Is Your Birthday you are independent and original—even daring when it comes to living up to principles, beliefs. Ah, Those Lovely Ladies! Lady athletes are supposed to be stoic, chic and always proper, but sometimes it's hard. Helga Niessen, of Germany, just missed a natural and she knows it (left). And Kazuko Kuromatsu, of Japan, threw away a singles match and registers her complete despair. Scene is the Federation Cup competition in Melbourne, Australia. Are You Mad or English? "Mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the mid-day sun. Remember these famous Noel Coward words when you're tempted to go out and sizzle for the sake of the almighty tan. You're just begging for a bad case of blisters if you bare yourself to the sun between noon and three at least at the start of the season. Early morning and late afternoon are the safe times. Even then, remember that there's no such thing as an instant tan so limit your first sunning to fifteen minutes — even less if your skin is exceptionally fair or sensitive. Build up gradually, allowing yourself twenty minutes of sun the second day, thirty minutes the third and forty minutes the fourth. Don't feel that because you use one of the "sunscreens," the creams or lotions which help protect the skin from burning by either absorbing or scattering the ultraviolet rays, you can cheat. But If you do subscribe to such pro tection, take a tip from the U.S. Health Department and have your druggist mix you the following preparation: fifteen per cent p-amjnobenzoic acid in vanishing cream. If you prefer a lotion then it's the p-aminobenzoic acid in mineral oil or alcohol. Apply either when your skin is dry and reapply it after every swim. If you take your sunning aboard a boat, remember that sun, wind and water reflection make a blistering combination so cut the time in half. Then take cover with slacks, long sleeved shirt and a shady hat. Sliould your timing be off or you misjudge the sensitivity of your skin and wind up in the red, the most comforting thing you can do is lower LONDON — C?) — The dropping of a five-minute early morning radio program has got the British Broadcasting Corporation into hot wa ter with churchmen. The program, "Lift Up Your Hearts," gave listeners five minutes of prayer, uplift and meditation to start the day. It was dropped by Kenneth Lamb, head of the BBC's Religious Broadcasting Department, because he said it was no longer possible to assume that listeners to such a program were nominally Christian. "Most unfortunate," commented Dr. Cuthbert Bardsley, Anglican Bishop of Coventry, who had himself been a frequent contributor to the early morning program. "Even if this were true, this should be all the more reason why we should give people something to make them Christian." "Part of a general withdrawal by the BBC from its position of a broadcasting system of a Christian country," thundered Dr. Ronald Williams, Bishop of Leicester. "They now want a policy of neutrality instead of a policy of acceptance of a Christian way of life." "Neutrality today may mean hostility tomorrow," warned the Church Times in an editorial. "It is high time that the whole policy of the BBC, and especially its altitude to moral and religious values, was subjected to searching scrutiny in the public interest." While clergy and laity were expressing themselves forcefully, several members of Parliament said they would raise the matter in the House of Commons. A widely read Sunday newspaper suggested the BBC would do better to drop the head of its Religious Broadcasting Department than "Lift Up Your Hearts." Thus far the BBC has stuck to its decision. The morning spot has been filled with a new program called "Ten to Eight," composed of readings •04. philosophic views. i4 Anniversary Special Values to $10.00 Eitels Second Floor yourself into a tubful of cool to tepid water laced with a cup of baking soda. The combination of soda's mild alkalinity and the coolness of the water help draw out the burn and subdue the soreness. But to get full benefit from the treatment, you must not yield the washcloth. Yau can make it a lazy-do-nothing tubbing and still come clean, for soda has gentle cleansing properties. • It's well to make note of this treatment for use later in the season too when your tan has begun to flake. The soda soak stems that all-over itchy feeling and leaves your skin coated with a soft protective film. Even if you aren't confronted with skin problems, you'll find the soda bath is a refreshing pick-me-up for that wilted feeling that comes with a sultry day. SUMMER HATS Smart cloches, pillboxes, brims, sailors, shells. In bright white, soft spoken pastels ond darks. $ 3 i 4 'A WOMEN'S SHOE SALE HUNDREDS OF PAIRS OF FAMOUS ' NAME FASHION SHOES Spring and summer pumps in hi heels, mid heels — stacked heels — flats. Patents, calfskins, kidskins and novelties. In black and colors. AAAA to B widths, is ^ sizes. We're celebrating 42 fashionable years of service to the fashion conscious women of Racine and surrounding area . . . Thru Saturday, July 3, we are offering you outstanding savings throughout our entire store. This is our way of saying thanks for your loyal patronage over the years. 'J •i -\ COME CELEBRATE WITH US CHOOSE FROM OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER DRESSES ALL SPECIALLY PRICED FOR THIS EVENT EXTRA ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL ITALIAN SANDALS Values to $6.99 NOW $3.33 2 PAIRS FOR *6.00 Eitels Shoe Salon Second Floor All Dresses Up thru $13.90 Now All Dresses Reg. $22.95 Now All Dresses Reg. $14.95 Now All Dresses Up thru $28.00 Now All Dresses Reg. $17.95 Now All Dresses Up thru $33.00 All Dresses Reg. $19.95 Now Our Entire Stock of All Dresses Up thru $49.95 RAIN and SHINE COATS ••t CHOICE SELECTION IN FINE WATER REPELLENT FABRICS —MOST WANTED STYLES AND COLORS EITELS SECOND FLOOR FORMALS • BRIDESMAIDS • FLOWER GIRL DRESSES Vol. thru $14.95 $ 9 Vol. thru $25.00 14 Vol. thru $39.95 18 Eitels Second Floor Special Group $ $15.00 to $25.00 Now Special Group EITELS SECOND FLOOR Regularly Sold at $25.00 to $39.95 Now ALL REMAINING SPRING and SUMMER COATS and SUITS ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS FROM OUR NEW THIRD FLOOR FAMOUS BRAND NAMES PANTY GIRDLES Regular $8.95 Special All Coats & Suits up tinru $45.00 NOW $ 14 All Coats Gr Suits up thru $55.00 NOW 19 CIRCLE STITCH ELASTIC BACK BRAS Regular $3.00 Special All Coots & Suits up thru $69.95 NOW $ 24 Regular $4.95 Special AVERAGE AND SHORT Regular $6.00 Special

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