The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on August 2, 1959 · Page 5
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 5

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, August 2, 1959
Page 5
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KACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN August 2.19S9 Sco. 1, Paie S Polish Postage Stamps Brief History Course NEWARK, N.J.—(iW— Henry J. Puc, who was born in Poland 30 years ago, has a colorful way of reminding himself of his country's history. He keeps a collection of post­ age stamps issued by the different governments Poland has had since 1918: Monarchy, democracy, dictatorship, government in exile and, Communist state. FOSSILS Best place to find fossils is in sedimentary rock formed by deposits of sand and silt wherein plant and animal tissues could be buried without being crushed. The wool from Angora rabbits is harvested every 10 to 12 months. Bird Mimics Snorer, Startling Foresters ADELAIDE, Australia—-One of the cleverest of the many remarkable mimics among Australian birds, the spotted bowerbird, is> fraying nerve ends in a forester.-?' camp at Quambone in northern New South Wales. Nesting near the camp, the bird hns learned to reproduce the nighttime snores of one of the foresters. When the lumberman goes off the air at dawn, the bird comes on in perfect imitation for the rest of the day. DRASTIC DROP As many as 68 per cent of the men aged 65 or over in the U. S. in 1890 were In the labor force; In 1955, the correspond Ing percentage was less than 40. The average yield of wool from an Angora rabbit is about 12 or more ounces a year. Dogs Bite Substitutes Carrying Brooklyn MoH NEW YORK—W>)—Take pity on the substitute mailman and use a muzzle or leash on your dog, Brooklyn pet owners have been urged. Postmaster Edward J, Quigley says 60 letter carriers were last year during the tunMiier months. Regular postmen generally make friends with dogs along their routes, Quigley explains^ but substitutes who take over during vacations run Into di(« Quality Since 1898 • shop monday 9:30 a.m* to 9 p.m. • see 4 pages of zahns bargains in dollar tab section on Monument Square ar.days half-price 50 jewelry sale! 50* 2 Reg. $1 to $5 Choose from our entire stock of summer jewelry, in whites and summer pastels. Add glamour and charm to your appearance with these assorted necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. Wherever you go it will add color to your summer outfits. Sparkling golds and silvers in gorgeous necklaces and matching bracelets and earrings. Get several ... the price is small. An event that happens only once-a-year, so take advantage of it now. So easy to match with your summer wear! Come in early for the best selection. Zahns Jewelry—Air Conditioned Main Floor mmmmmmm back to school saddles & loafers • Black or brown halher, blaek or grey tulty suodo. • Mack and wMte with block crop* Bohl New as a fresh notebook...exciting as your favorite beau...the footwear that looks so magnificent 'neafh desk or coke counter! Smart styling...fine leathers! Soo Dollar Day Tab Section for Mere Zahns Bargains 1 suede pxford sale! 4 values to 6.99 1 Back to school in black, beige, grey, turquoise, red or white suede. Final Clearance Selected assortment of women's casuals, Your choice of color, style and material. values to 8.99 3" Zahns Shoe Salon Final Clearance Assorted children's shoes! Dress shoes, values to 7.95 2" 2 pr. for $5 Casuals, values to 3.95 1" Main Floor Annex candy special ^l^^^l Over 30 different items, including nut goodies, chips, nougats, molasses, chews, coconut squares, creams, caramels and cash soles only """" 0-' h^^. W"^ special this week only deluxe 1-lb. assortment *iib. ro9. 1.45 Zahns Candies — Air Conditioned Main Floor gabrieleeii custom cold wave Special! Gabrieieen cold wave, includes hair cut, shampoo and set. Come to Zahns for complete and expert beauty care, e Styled hair cut , . . 1.50 e Appointment not always necessary e Charge it Zahns Beauty Salon — Second floor special netions sale! your choice off these items 88c Marking pen sets. Mark your own clothes .88c In a purse shopping bag. Folds to carry in purse 88c Weather forecasters. Don't guess about the weather 88« Handbag holders. Metal h o I d • r a for handbags 88c »«M.i,'ii»-,:nat Is M /HI Wood stool. Unpainted, oval, 12"x8 >/2 seat lie Laundry bag. D r a w- strings — Drill ... .88c Nite cap. Nylon nife cap gifted boxed 88c Sweater clips. Cardigan sweater clips 88c Shower cap. Terry lined and hand painted . .IBc Zipper puller. In metal gift box ISc Leather care. Perfect for leather 88c Lint remover. Pixall for lint remover 88a Brushes. Boutlqua brushes 88c aawia^Rfl^PJj^ ^^^^ T r o u s e r hangers. Berkley, set of 6, hangars 88c Spec holders. Sunglasses or glasses 88c Oven mits. Magnetic oven mits, set of 2 88c Hosiery hangers. Handy pins. Litter snug. Waste bag . .8Bc set of 10, hangeri 88c Zahns Notions—Main Floor—Air Conditioned Pixall rafilli. Set of 3 ..lit

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