The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on August 9, 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 9, 1959
Page 5
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Condemns Fantastic Lures in Race to Get New Industries DETROIT— (i ^i —A Detroit Industrialist described modern business as an "exercise in iurvival" and warned communities against use of "fantastic lures" in seeking new industry. President Ray R. Eppcrt of Burroughs Corp., in a speech to the National Assn. of County officials, at the same time urged what he called legitimate competition among communities to get new plants. Calls for Team-Work Eppert, discussing industry's search for new plant locations, called for teamwork by business, labor and government in providing the necesities. He said that due to an "iron web of high costs and hairline margins," a plant site choice becomes crucial to a business. "In some areas," Eppert said, "it is a practice to offer fantastic lures and incentives, dis­ regarding the instrinsic eco-1 nomic value of the sites in- vloved. "Business will disdain no favors. But neither does it welcome bribes as a substitute for permanent, stable, long- range economic values." Commends Wisconsin Eppert commended several states, including Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, In­ diana and Ohio, for their methods in going after new business. He said that North Carolina Gov. Luther Hpdges' program, including tax reform, should be "required reading for all public officials." "We face problems today which other communities have simply postponed," he said, "and most inmportant, we are facing them together." Airline fo Begin Global Runs Soon LONDON — (/P) — British Overseas Airways Corp. announced it will start its round- the-world service Aug. 22, using Britannia Jet-prop airliners and Comet jets. The Britannias will leave London on Saturdays and Mondays calling at New York, San Francisco, Honolulu, Tokyo and Hong Kong. In Hong Kong they will link with Comet services flying to London via India, Pakistan and the Middle East. The state - owned airline planned to start the service last year. But U. S. permission to run the San Francisco-Tokyo leg was delayed by a protest from an American airline. KACINE StTNOAY BULLETIN Ausu.<it 9. 19S9 Sec. Past S Farmer Rescues Pugnacious Porker BENSON, N. C. — i/P) — Farmer Jack McLamb may never have been a lifeguard, but he used all the approved methods in saving a life. Seeing two stubby legs sticking out of a bucket of buttermilk, McLamb investigated and found a half- drowned 30-pound pig. He pulled the animal out, gave it artificial respiration and revived it. For Sole: Baby HipposCost: a Mere $1,250 PHILADELPHIA—(/P>—Any-; body in the market for a baby hippopotamus? The Philadelphia zoo want.s to sell Ramescs 11, a 400-pound bundle of hippo joy for $1,250 plus shipping charges. Mademoiselle's The Big Game 1959 Fashion Show Thursday^ Auffiist 2()lUy il p.m. On Our Air Condilionpd 3rd lloor Taking the country by storm, are the new collections in MadenioifKjIlo Mtiga /iiiG. Tiio tone . . . texture , . , fabric . . . f«r,liion from licod to toe for your fall wardrobe. Come see all the news in fashions! Whether you're the style-conscious high school girl, career minded or campus toed, Ijo it c<isucil or porly-pretty; you'll love all the new liill collections shown at llie showl • Free tickcti available now in College Shop — 3rd Floor > 60^ long iHoiiiluy !<h<»p|tiii)« hours - 0::tO lo 9 |>.ni. wide wale rorcliiroy €*€»at.s lavijiiiecl witli 4»rloii pilc^ fall elaisisic trio •.. jacket blouse and skirl . • • 17 99 Here, for you, is the new fall classic suit dress in elegant styling. Jacket, blouse, and reed slim skirt are costume coordinated to give you unmatched fashion styling. Jacket and skirt come in either charcoal or banker's gray. Blouse in red paisley pattern. The suit dress comes iri 100% wool, sizes, 10 to 18. Matching sheath also available in 100% wool, sizes 10 to 18, in charcoal or banker's gray 9.99 Zahns Fall Dresses— Third Floor—Air Conditioned special selling oE bcverly operas Specially Priced The new line of beauty for this fall is the unadorned opera. Simple styling along the newest fashion lines. Choose the high heel opera, in black suede, black calf and brown calf. Mid heel in black calf, and black suede. Zahns Shoe Salon- Main Floor Annex lightweight but fiirui and prieed just right skippies by jwmfit with ftnap-lu pcltl-shlcid for extra convenlciiee The gentle help of a lightweight pantie girdle gives young ladies a trim, attractive appearance. SKIPPIES pantie No. 807 is a natural for active figures. The fine net slims and shapes in real free-and-easy comfort. Double front and back panels provide a little extra flattening. Snap-in-petti-shield for daintiness and convenience. White, sizes, s-m-l, (available as girdle No. 907) Zahns Foundations—Third Floor—Air Conditioned Specially Priced Thinking of back to school? Or now for fall fashions? If you are, then here is the perfect coat to plan your wardrobe around. It's our wide wale corduroy coat. Fashion keyed for ttie new fall season, wilh it's double breasted styling, and big, roomy slash pockets. Panoramic collar and turn back cuffs are accented with lavish, lovely to feel, orlon pile. To keep in step with fall, our coat has been treated to resist water, and dampness so that you'll be dry when the weather isn't. Lined with satin wool, in a quilted pattern to give warmth without that extra weight. Two fall colors to choose from, loden, and antelope, in sizes 8 to 18. Be fashion right and fashion bright willi this lovely wide wale corduroy coat. Zahns Fall Fashion Coats—Third Floor—Air Conditioned fall sweater la;^ai¥ay ewent! $1 flown per i ^wealor liiilils y€»iir choice until «ict. 1 Glamorous fur blends, neat shag orlons in 3 basic styles that every girl should have in her wardrobe. Choose from brilliant fall shades, including earth tones, and fashion's new no-color. Sizes 3A to 40. Buy now while the selection is good and pay later at your convenience.

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