The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 26, 1959 · Page 15
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 15

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 26, 1959
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Britain Is Bombed in Mock A-Attack LONDON— (i^*)— A make-believe nuclear bomb raid was concentrated on the southern half of Britain Saturday. A variety of nuclear armed bombers — pretending they were the enemy—struck at this country from Norway and north Germany. The exercises were organized by the Royal Air Force's fighter command. STRANGER IN A CROWD—Lonely baby seal in Bremerhaven, Germany, gets no sympathy from water-spoutlng stone brethren. He was one of 13 little seals which had been rescued from the North Sea after they were deserted by their mothers. Plan Party for Indian Princess to Celebrate 110th Birthday LOS ANGELES — im — They're tossing a party for an Indian princess in one of the city's smart restaurants today. It'll be a birthday party and the guest of honor isn't at all shy about her age. She says she'll be. 110. "Trying Week" 'This certainly has been a trying week," said Tatzumbie du Pea as she sat on her front porch, her deep-set black eyes sparkling in anticipation. Her gate's been swinging regularly for reporters and photographers. Like women of all ages, Tat- All-wcatlier British Javelins went up to Intercept and claimed a high percentage of kills as the raiders attacked in waves. The attackers were the .W bomber • types supported by Canberras, U.S. Air Force fight er-bomber types, Canadian CF- lOO's and French Vautour jet bombers. Indian Relay Racers Carry Heavy Logs RIO DE JANEIRO—The Kra- ho Indians of Brazel often run ceremonial relay races while carrying palm logs (hat weigh 20 to 200 pound.*!. Two bearers are often needed to carry the heaviest logs. The semi-religious sport is practiced on holidays and at the end of hunts. OAS Ministers to Meet In August WASHINGTON —(^P) — An existing inter-American treaty —said to be capable of curbing Caribbean tension —-. .seems sure to occupy a top place in the Aug. 12 meeting of Western hemisphere foreign ministers. Member governments have been asked to make a careful study of the treaty, the 1928 Havana convention o.n the KAOINC StTNDAT WttinM .tuir M, im SM. 1, Fife 1$ rights and duties of states in the event of civil strife. The suggestion came from El Salvador's ambassador Hector David Castro as the council of the Organization of American Stales (OAS) formally set Aug. 12 as the date for the Santiago, Chile, meeting. The white birch is the state tree of New Hampshire. Could b» cheaptr • •. DIAL 4 -6869 A ROTO ROOTER SIWIR CLIANIRS Journal-Times Want Ads Bring Results Russian Books Under Glass NEW YORK — (JP) — Books on display at the Russian exhibition here have been encased in glass on the ground that excessive thumbing through them by visitors is wearing them out. This developed at about the time the Russians in Moscow obtained the removal from the United States exhibition there of books containing ideas unpalatable to them. There was no indication that United States officials had requested removal of any books from the Russian exhibit. Samples Only A spokesman for the Russian exhibition said the books shown here were not intended for reading by visitors but simply were displayed as samples of what the Russians are producing. A notice beside the principal display of books gives addresses of American book stores where copies may be obtained. Among the books now under glass is an English language edition of "The Ant and the Grasshopper," a fable stressing the virtue of hard work. Others include books in Russian on topics ranging from cooking and child care to European art. Besides the books shown in the Russian publishing display, others are on view in a repro duction of a Russian apart went. English Grammar These books include i volume in English of "Lenin: Selected Works;" A Life of Karl Marx, in Russian, and two-volume edition of Tolstoi's •War and Peace," in Russian. A slim volume of John Galsworthy's "The Forsyte Saga, in English, lies on • living room coffee table. Books in a children's room Include an English grammar, in Russian, and an eighth grade English reader. Wisconsin Soldier Gets Award for Bravery SCULTHORPE, England — «»)—Staff Sgt. Raymond A. Schendel from Tomah, Wis., Saturday was presented^ the Soldier's Medal, the highest U. S. military award for valor In peace time. The 41-year-old sergeant, who is at the U. S. Air Force base here, rescued a woman and four children from drown ing at Wells. Norfolk, last Sep |ember. zumbie was uncertain what to wear. She has her buckskin dress, beaded and fringed, but thinks something more modem might be nicer. Tatzumbie says she's sure o her age. Her grandmother told her that when she was an in fant her mother was killed by white settlers in California' Owens Valley massacre in 1849. Her title of princess, she says, is legitimate because her father was a Piute chief. Lively for 110 Tatzumbie is lively for 110, to say the least. Her eyes are bright, her braided hair thick, and she talks with animation. Tatzumbie's parties at the restaurant began six years ago when she was entertained there on Mother's Day as the city's oldest mother. Figuring that she had outdistanced the competition, Tatzumbie told proprietor Joe Chastek the next year that she would rather be entertained on her birthday. So he's been inviting her back for a birthday party each year. GRAND BANKS The Grand Banks consist of a shallow section of ocean off the coast of Newfoundland, where the cold Laborador Current meets the warm Gulf ] Stream. SINGER SAVE OVER 30%! BRAND NEW IIECTRIC PORTABLE MADE BY SINOER •ACKEO BY SINGER REDUCED Tt> 48 88 wliai ler w MNh m lire ONIY A lIMmO NUMNB ffftiS JlllrMmf mnmiATnm SINGER SEWING CENTER lliM In phfM bMk wn4N •INGN teWINO MACHINi COMfAMV 308 Sixth St. Phont ME 4-5416 BLOCH'S mm mm. AT TERRIFIC PRICE CUTS! Prlcei hove been slashed on many itami In every deportment. Now you con tove as never before. Quantities are limited — to hurryl LIVING ROOMS! SECTIONALS! 1 BUY ON EASY TERMS! 2-Pc. Sectional Sofas by Kroehler and many other Fine Mokes Greatly Reduced! 2-pc. Sectional Sofa $T0''' $179.50 valu* for ' 2-pc. Sacfional, Kroohlar bolt* $11T'® $219.50 valua for • 2-pc. Soctiofial, gray $10T'® $219.50 valua for 2-pc. Soclional, turquoiia $1TQ'^ $269.50 valua for , •# ^ 2-pc. Sactlonal, nylon vlicoia $9 AQ^^ $369.50 valua for 2 -pc. Soclional, Kroohlar, laga groani nylon $900'^ $289.50 volua for A AT 2 -pc. Sectional, Kroehler $0 AQ'^ IB29.50 volue for Alio Great Reductloni In 2 -l>c. Living Room Suites LIVING ROOMS! SECTIONALS! 3 Pc. Stctionol Sofot by Kro«hl«r ond Othtr Fint Mokti Grtotly Reduced l -pc. Sectional Sofa 1170'^ $269.50 valua for ' 3 -pc. Sectional, Kroehler ^198^° $299.50 value for J-pc. Sectional $9A0'^ $309.50 value for AW ^ 3 .pc. Sectional, roam Rubbor $0^0'^ $349.50 value for 3 -pc. Sectional $9^0'*' $359.50 valua for. Ae# ^ 3 -pc. Sectional $00ft'^ $439.50 value for AFW DONT MISS THESE SAVINGS! 1 BEDROOM SUITES SACRIFICED! Kroehler and Other Fine Makes of Bedroom Furniture on Sale ALL KINDS OF CHAIR BUYS! on OCCASIONAL CHAIRS. Fine quality, ipring $| Q95 construction. $39.50 value for ' ' OCCASIONAL CHAIRS. $QQ" $69.50 volue for ^ PLATFORM ROCKER. Ploitic upholttery. $CO50 $89.50 volue for DANISH MODERN CHAIR. Foam rubber, leet and beck, walnut finish. $90'' $49.50 volue for SWIVEL CHAIRS. Kroehler cenitruction. $0 ^5<> $44.50 value for $49.95 value $^T'^ by Kroehler SWIVEL CHAIR. High grade construction, barrel shape. Fine quality covering. $T0'^ $119.50 value for ' ' LOUNGE CHAIR. $7QS0 $119.50 value fof ' ^ l-pc. bedroom suite consisting chest and bookcose bed. $nl9. 9 -pc. bedroom suite consisting chest end bookcase bed. $219. 3 -pc. bedroom suite consisting chest end bookcasa bed, $249. i-pc. bedroom suite consisting chest and panel bed. $279.50 3 -pc. bedroom suite consisting ehest end panel bed. Silver grey. of double dresser, 50 volue for of double dresser, 50 value for of double dresser, 50 value for of double dreiier, value for of double dreiser, $339.50 value for $119" »137" »167" M97" $217" ACT FASTI COME EARLY! ODDS AND ENDS! HURRY IN! i I 1 on 1 DINETTES...DINING ROOMS! Now Greater keduetiomt S-pc. set—$59.S0 value for $27" f-pt. Mt—$98.50 volua for $49" f-pe. Mt—$104.50 value for $5950 50 50 T-pe. itt—$98.50 volua for 7-pc. Ml—$129.50 volue for T-pe. set—$159.50 value for »69 $94 RUGS AND CARPETING! Room Siie Rug BARGAINS 9 »ir «"Rug. $^050 Regular $89.50 9x12 RUGS Regular $89.50 $49.50 Reg. $98.50 $59.50 Reg. $179.50 $129.50 9x12 Axminster. , Regular $119.50 $89.50 9x12 Axminster. Regular $149.50 $119.50 Cordovan Mahogany COCKTAIL TAIL!, by Una. Sl^ff $39.50 value Mohognay lOOKCAII. SIA^^ $29.50 value •** Maple ROOKCASI SOO 'O $49.50 value • ^..7^^ Mahogany MAOAZINI RACK S^OO $9.95 volua «.... ^ Limed Oak DESK $1050 $19.95 value I Onlyl 30" OAS RANOI. $«mpU. $1 AQ50 $189.50 value TIWT White Metal KITCHEN CAilNiT. SOT SO $39.9$ volua ^/ Heavy Steel UTILITY CARINIT. Largo ili*~- $0050 Insulated. $39.50 volue ^XT Fluorascent Lighted ILLUMINATiO PICTURIS. $791 Choice of lubiecti. $ 12.9S value ' $22.95 volua $17.50 PAY AS CONVENIENTf ^ FAMOUS MAKE BEDDING! Great Values in MATTRESSES ••4 BOX SPRINGS love on Nationally Advertised Italy • VIneonl-McCell • Irendwale Grtat Buyp at $27" - «39" $49"_$59" Tlio Store Th»t Bm§ Served Rneinm for More ThiiM 47 Yeare 41» MAJIV STREET ChooM Bloeh'f for Yowr Completo Homo FMnilalilniifl Buy Everything on BLOCH'S EASY TERMS NO MONEY DOWN Mony, Mony Monlhf to Poy >

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