Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 27, 1955 · Page 18
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 18

Dixon, Illinois
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Friday, May 27, 1955
Page 18
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tl» Dixon Evening Teleeraph — Dixon, Illinois fMdty, May 27, 1955 Page 18 End Censorship ~ UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. ID — •rushing aside Soviet bloc protests. th« U.N. Economic and So-5asl Council has urged all nations •to drop censorship in peacetime. 0 prtroi • FLUSH WITH WALL DESIGN • AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL • NO-DRAFT VENTILATION 104 N. Galena Ave. 106 $. Third St. N E W SPAPERfl R CHI VE® Earthquakes TOKYO W!— Slight earthquakes jolted Tokyo and parts of northern Honshu Thursday night and today. No damage was reported. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds ' MOOSE LODGE • DANCE • Every Saturday Night, 9 to 12 —This Week— DEL BROUGHTON BAND Member* and Associate Guesfs Only ONE-IN-A-MILLION & 2 PRINCEBURGERS SptciaC mm mi PIUS TAX ice Cream UiaBIlPJB 216 River St. — Dixon, ni. • COOLS • DEHUMIDIRES • FILTERS — dust, dirt, polltn DIXON They Should Wear Bloomers: Boyle Working Girl Has Become Too Attractive for Business By HAL BOYLE NEW YOHK iTl— Ha? the Amen-an working girl become too at- Is her eye appeal so irresistible that hei male co-workers in of fice, store or factory have difficulty keeping their minus on their jobs? Wouldn't it make for mote efficiency in the business woild if ihe glamoious working girl weie turned back against into a "plain Jane." perhaps by making her wear a standaid unifoim? To manv of us thoughtful s'u- Af 1 %0 WHY the answer to all these questions is a s-tei-n and simple "Yes:" In the interest of greater productive output, it is high time we did some-iiiir.fr to make woikmg guls look nondescript, if not downiight is-pulsne. Girl watching has become a major disiupting factor in the average firm— so girl watching must go! I et me explain: Take an ordinary small office. Tiliie the typist is dressed as chicly, and made up as prettily, as a Hollywood starlet. Every time Tillie steps out of the boss's office to go to the water cooler she passes the desk of Walter Beaver, the junior executive. Walter glances up. His eyes follow her trim ngure to the water coolei. They stay with her all the v.-rv until she tiir.s back and d:s- ppears into the boss's office. So o the eyes of two young n\?ls cleiks and the old bookkeeper. he 1 Minds Distracted aat aie these four men think-of? One cannot be sure, of se. but it is reasonable to me they aren't brooding about to make more money for their employer. Their minds have been distracted from their tasks. And this do°sn"t happen once a day. It happens a dozen times y time Tilhe wimples by. How often the boss finds his own mind iering when he looks at Tilhe is his own secret. But after all hum What happens in office is duplicated usme.-s estabhshm Just how im porta SWELTER? whon you can Irve, work, and sleep in G-E 'Comfoit-Conditioned" airl ROOM AIR CONDITIONER only $^^49 PER WEEK ^^^mm afff ma\\ down poymonf ery other America. problem this? Well, from a random sampling of evidence, we have reached the conclusion that 40 million American men spend a half hour on the job every day staring at a pretty working girl. This means that 20 million hours— or 22g years — are frittered away every single working; day in this pleasant but nonprofit making pastime. What can be done about it? There is no point in employers pasting signs on a bulletin board Call us for a FREE survey of your homQ or officel Beware of Off Brands Where You Save $100^ Check G.E. operation cost and you will save over $100^ AND APPLIANCE OREGON CS"V'CQ 8:00 TILL 5:30 DAILY — SATURDAY, 8 TILL 9 PM Dial 2-7241 Phona 470-K saving: "Male'employds will ccass and desist from looking at th« female help dttnng working I't \ Uirl watching, oiko a leucm fuho into the habit (and most fellows do), become an unconscious thing. A fellow can't help it The real answer is to nidke the American working sui so uiiatti active Unt watv'hing he: is no longer fun. Girls never in histoty looked more unattractive than they did in an old - fashioned g>m class a couple of generations ago Theie's your cue. American em-p!o\ ers simply shouid band to- y ether and i<=sue a flat rule that corking girls, no m.iuer wnat • lob, should lemoce all make • their hair and don a unifoim consist!; of flat shoes, black cotton stor ings, blpck bloomeis. and a da: blue middy. The en- itsht bel >\il in time the\ 'd piobably \ec. o enjoy wm kmc in Mich a uni orm. They sav bloomeis aie tea: y qi.ite coo! and comfoi table. But ihey aten't muih to look at Deny Mrs. Hobby Is Quilting Posl WASHINGTON < P> - The White House denied today that Mrs. Oveta Gulp Hobby has lcsigned as sect eta ry of health, education tuid welfare. Pi ess Secietary James C. Hastily leported that the secietaiy's husband, William P Hobbv. is "ciitually ill" but told newsm;n. "I cannot tell you at tins tir.'e whether tha: illness will force Mis. Hobby to leave the government " The New Yoik Heiald Tribune said today that Mis. Hobby had ! 1. 1 evented hei lesignation and that lit was undei stood President Eisen-jhov.er had accepted. The news-| paper i-aid Eiadshaw Mintener. [now assistant secietaiy, had been i selected to succeed hei. i The New York Daily News in la copy lighted story, also fioi-l I Washington, reported that Cla:e iBootht Luce is tl'ing to Washington fi om her post as ambassador N-0-W OPEN 5 P. M. STARTS 5:30 SATURDAY and SUNDAY Continuous From 1:30 HEY, KIDS! HERE IT IS! THE SHOW THE WHOLE FAMILY'S BEEN WAITING FOR! bm nil i ■ 1 1 ■ ■ ■ bm . GEORGE MONTGOMERY • ELLEN DREW Plus Second Action Packed Hit Mi: kPOWER MOWERS rFOR EVERY NEED! Choose from America's moet complete tine of reel and rotary mowers. Every one's a genuine TORO . . . the power mower of championship golf course quality. Leaf Mulcber attachment standard on Whirl \ rr winds snown a»o available tor larger Whirlwind models. Authorized Servics When You Need It and Where You Need It.' A Free Demonstration on Your Lawn! TRY BEFORE YOU BUY! DIXON E SUPPLIES ACROSS FROM THE RAINBOW INN ess U. S. Fires A loin CRAKENWOKHU. C,e< ninny T>j-' - The U. S Army announced tod.i ■ j it has f:ie<l its 25>nmin atom: ■ '■" . aiM'on and ■■Honest John" ioi'.c:11'1 fitcpowcr cscrclse staged by U S. 7th Army at the Graien- Cannon in Europe p->" t,.m.nB grounds no _ * i«.om the C •-■ec-hnslovtik border. ror rn sl lime eru-ans have 36 of tha and one "Honest John" n Geimany. Both gun : can fire conventional wai heads. in Km ope for the fit Ft lime. 0)i'\ conventional wai heads weic u.-o 1. , N(, i.-kekZINO 1'OINT The shooting of the smut S-m | ^^soline has no definite freezmg s-nd the b\g locket climaxed a n o- | nmnl n slowly stiffens-up like wax ■ | at tempeiatuies much lower than presents the matchless grandeur of the West! which are commonly encoun- i til.- Arctic, however. LOCKMAN ESCAPE ARTIST SHOW Thursday, June 2, 1955 8:00 p. m. Dixon High School Auditorium Adults 75c Children 35c Sponsored by V.F.W. NOW OPEN 5 P. M. STARTS 5:30 Saturday Continuous From 1:30 ViCE-ANHIOLENCE EXPOSE! *A MEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL ROBERT CRUARKiS I? AFRICA AT5VENTXJRE 'T PATH ECOLOR ^| COMING SUNDAY Now the Emitless range of yistaVision There's a time to ^ fight „. ^ ^^^^ and a time to... * ' t>?M FQM, COVER, C\ VTVECA .JOHN DEREK ■» JtAN HtRSHOLT ■ GRAN! WITHERS ■ tr mm h fine wa mm c mm Ooctai if TOLAS RH • ScrBsnpiay ft WON MILLESt • ta > mq k mm) FnM. jr >«j i««tit » pismoiwi PICTURE color Br TECHNlCOLOn, ft TONITE and SATURDAY You Can Really Live It Up Here B3 OPEN AT 7:00 — STARTS AT DUSK „_AV. JERRY •& i MAKTIN^EPVJS 4 uycT icmu NEWSVAPERflRCHiVEC

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