The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1965 · Page 64
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 64

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, June 27, 1965
Page 64
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B.C. S.viiillgnlo By Johnny Hart BUGS BUNNY HOW CAN THIS OOOMBLL. CONTf^lVANCE HEUP S^LLAUSED SiMPLE/ WMEIsJ VA TOUCH TH' TWO WIK£S TO^ETHCJ^ TH' OOOf^&ELU RiMdS UKCE A PHONE/ WHILST IM MAKIN' MV PITCH ,yA VeLLS OUT r ME- THAT SCHNOOdLE WANTS TH' CAR/ VOU AKe A MASTER. OF SKULL- DUJCS'ERV/ I SK&N MANY MILES UlNEi DWVIN' >OU PA/D VER &ILL 1 HOW COULD MR. SO I OCT ORPERS TO J SCHNOO<?f.E CAiLt PUT SACK YOUR MOOT Tm^ :CAR PHONE/ WHERE ^ DOVOt WANT The Famous Rabbit MR. SCHNOOCSLE CALUN^/ HE WANTS THAT CAR SAVED fO^ HIM/ HEH/ HEH, THAT'S A GOOD QUESTION/ IT WAS ONE OP VOUK CHSAP, HIGH- PWESSURE ^ TWICKS, AND IT ALMOST WORKED/ A MAV&E WE A VOU STILL. AINT SAID SHOMfc-O I WHERE VOU WANT AtJOPTMORE ETHICAL BUSINESS METHODS/ SPets EXPLORE By Sylvanut M. Duvall, Ph.D. and Evelyn M. Duvall, Ph.D. WORKERS' VACATIONS ARE GETTING LONGER AND LONGER.' ;ni»» The aVflrAB* hdd l«i* than a »hN •imofftk'i IMid voeatien tim*. T««|||iy, panilint uMn th* c«niMn)f, litter*, m wfIff hm .m wwch VICTIMS OF MALE INDIFFERENCE? TRUED FALSE• FOIM, in large part. So moltt do oxpioit girls, shamafully. Bui girls aro mislad not only by faito-haartod lovors, but by thoir own mitlakon viow of MX. Thay do not rocognlw that (OX naturally includa* courtship, marriaga, mating, prognancy, childbirth and' child-raaring — in that ordar. Disturbing this natural ta- quanca con, and eftan doai, cuusa trouble. e€TTlN6 OM THE HOUSES IS B\6 BUSINESS; TRUE O FALSE O Tru«. In M* fivon yaar, Amaricans spond $SOS million at tho track. This is moro than oil tho monay spant on going to plays, concerts and operas that year. It'i mora than twice at much oi was spent going to baseball, football and bat> ketball garnet combined. It was 5i timet the amount tpant on classical racords. I

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