The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 26, 1959 · Page 52
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July 26, 1959

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 52

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i 2 RAMBLER CROSS COUNTRY STATION WAGONS RAMBLER Super "6" Cross Country Station Wagons ... equipped with Weather Eye Heater, Reclining Seats, Windshield Washers, White Sidewall Tires and Two-Tone Paint. America chooses RAMBLER for big-car roominess, small-car economy, top performance! 2 VARIG AIRLINES TRIPS FOR TWO TO BRAZIL VARIG, South America's luxury airline, will fly each couple on a fabulous VARIG Super-G Constellation to the splendors of Rio de Janeiro, the city of carnival and beauty unsurpassed anywhere in the world. VARIG is the airline noted for its magnificent service. In Rio you'll spend 6 tropical nights and 7 fun-filled days at the world- famous Hotel GLORIA, with its unique location over romantic Guanabara Bay. 2 GERTRUDE EDERLE SWIMMING POOLS GERTRUDE EDERLE Dive 'N Swim Pools, America's finest pools designed by the world's greatest swimming champion. It's a backyard playland for your entire family, the center of fun and recreation. Season after season, it's the pool you'll enjoy. Completely installed. A product of United States Pool Corporation, of Newark, N. J. 10 IM milLPtH VASKI NYEI CMMMTmiS RCA WNIRiraOL Iltctric WnhtrOfMr ComblMtlon... waihti, rlMtt «Ml drki with OM Mtlini of Mw dial I Only RCA WNIRiraOL |i«tt you to many timt- u¥lnf, monty-tavlni faaturti-for fll- t «r-ilnam waitilni, rlnilng, automatic, wrinklt-frta tamparod-lMaT drylnil 12 WEST1NSM0USE aECTMC RANGES WESTIN6N0USE Custom Imporlal Spitd Eloctric Rangt, with tht now and n- cludvt "Sire-ttmp Roait Guard" that lakoi tha luattwork out of roaitini, Sproad-Evtn Haatort and MIracIa Saai that atturaa parfact baking, flut, built-in Rotlturia for "fina-tunad" cooking at any haall i»rinttmv 12 MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS Tho MERCURV Mark ISA Outboard Motor, a 2-cyllndar, IS-horaopowor motor Incorporating Marcury't ravolu- tlonary faaturast onahand control, undarwatar aihauit, "glldo-angia" da•Ign. Tha Mark ISA trolli at one mph, yat producei tpoadt of naarly 30 mphi 48 NESCO ALL- PURPOSE ROTISSERIES Modorn living ttarts with tha now NESCO Gourmot Rotluarla-Brollar. It's fully automatic, with tha eulutlva NESCO Mating alament for barbacu- Ing. brolllni, grilling and roasting. Featuring "fingar-Tip Control Canter^' for making dallcious, tantaliiing moaii. NAME ME Meet Los Angeles-born Mary-Robin Redd. Her ash-blond hair, striking blue eyes and well proportioned (118 pounds) S'G" made her a natural for modeling, a field in which she won the grand prize in Saks Fifth Avenue's modeling contest. Now 19, «he is studying at UCLA. I- 48 INSINKERATOR GARBAGE DISPOSERS INSINK-ERATOR Garbago DItpotwt, tor cara-froe kitchtn operation. It pulvarlies food-waste quietly and whisks It quickly down tha drain. The INSINK-ERATOR is the only garbage disposer marketed today with patented automatic reversing action. 86 AIREX FISHING SnS AIREX Complete Fishing Sets, featuring the simplest real In tha world to operate-the AIREX "Eldorado" closed fKO spinning reel with escluslve crosswind on spool, to assure no more buried Unas. Plus AIREX matching rod, net, and sat of assorted lures. 120 SETN THOMAS CLOCKS SETH THOMAS "RIvoll" wall clock designed for casual living. Its ebony finished wood case with large white dial Is highlighted by raised let black center. Handa, hour markers, dial set and hand-sat knob In pollshod brass. DaslgRod by tho maker of mastarplKos in time since IttS. 180 AMERICAN COUEGE DICTIONARY SHS one of tha great dictionaries of all time. Two iMndsomolij^^ bound, superbly illustrated library volumes containing a storehouse of autliorltatlve Information. Created by a staH of mere than ISO eiperts. 1,IM pages. More than 132,000 vocabulary antrlM. Truly a wonderful referenct eource. Six Different Contests! You and Your Family Can Enter-and Win-Every Week! During the next six weeks over 700 readers of Family Weekly are going to win the fabulous prizes pictured here. And you and your family can l)c among the winners in this entertaining, easy-to-cnter scries of weekly contests. All you do is dream up names for the stars of tomorrow whose pictures are published in Family Weekly one each week for the next six weeks. Names that they can use in their film careers. (For tips that may help you select a winning name, be sure to read "How the Stars Get Their Names" elsewhere in this issue.) You and your family can enter each weekly contest as often as you like . .. and there is no limit to the number of prizes you can win. You may be a- winner in every one of the six contests. It's fun and fortune for all! Enter today—and watch for a brand new contest next week! Here are the Easy-to-Follow Rules 1. There will be six separate weekly contests, each with its own set of prizes. You may enter each contest as many times as you desire, using either the entry blanK published each week inFAMILYWEEKLVorareasonable facsimile. 2. All entries for Contest Number One must be received by midnight Thursday, July 30. Entries may be mailed on post cards if desired. 3. The prixes for Contest filumber One are: 1st Prize—Rambler Cross Country TNENMUMK: JANET LEIGN, lOMly stwof'WhoWMTIiat Lady": JERRY WALD, productr of "Tlia B«it of Emytliin |"t HENRY WILtiON. Ofi« of Hollywood's top aaonts; PEER OmNHEIMER, Family Watkly's Holly- oditor. Station Wagon. 2nd A 3rd Prizes—RCA Whirlpool Washer Dryers. 4lh & Sth Prizes—Westinghouse Electric Ranges. 6th & 7th Prizes—Mercury Outboard Motors. 8 to IS—Nesco Electric Rotisseries. 16 to 23—In-Sink-Erator Disposers. 24 to 39-Airex Fishing Sets. 40 to S9-Seth Thomas Walt Clocks. 60 to 8&—American College Encyclopedic Dictionaries (2 Vols.) 90 to n&— Westclox Wrist Watches. 4. Entries will be judged on the basis of originality and aptness of thought. Judges'decision is final. In case of ties, contestants will be required to write a statement about FAMILY WEEKLY. All entries become the property of FAMILY WEEKLY and none will be returned. Entries must be the original work of contestants and must be submitted in their own names. 5. Contest winners will be notified as soon as possible. 6. The six contests are open to all residents of the United States except employees of FAMILY WEEKLY, its affiliated companies, its distributing newspapers and their families. The contests are subiect to all Federal, State and Local regulations. r---------------- I MAIL TO: STAR CONTEST • BOX 8195, CHICAGO 77, ILLINOIS I tMY SUGGESTED NAIME FOR STAR OF TOMORROW CONTEST NO. 1: Wetch by WESTCLOX for men, or en . eleient MleC watch by WESTCLOX • from their new dramatic Ballet Series. • li (PLEASE PRINT PLAINLY) tMY NAME 180 WESTCLOX WRIST WATCHES From the ireateet name In time, your choice of either an automatic Wrlit Choose either model from the choice line of fine watches... WESTCLOX. STREET. CITY I read Family Weekly in. -ZONE. -STATE (Name of newspaper} Entrlas for Contest No. 1 mu»t tM recelvod by midnlglit Thureday, July 30th. • rieaM ciMcli hMT* If yw wieli t* atart Name Dollweiy torvlce

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