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The Sun (Newspaper) - September 5, 1947, Cincinnati, OhioPage 2 jts on a he House a a style racketeers would hide Ike knee Drain by to Lynne Federated pro i remember Tho pinched Waist whale Bone corsets the designers tried to foist on american women several years ago the overwhelming majority of us just laughed when we saw the ads for them and the fashion is in red out leaving a few retailers with some Satin and Latex Lemons on their shelves. It would be Nice if we could do the same thing to the new styles the clothing Industry is trying to put Over for the most blatant reason possible to make obsolete every single item in a woman s wardrobe from her slips to her Winter coat. Its As though the designers sat Down with Pencil and pad and tried to figure out the opposite for every single fashion feature in Vogue for the last few years. Shoulders have been Broad make pm narrow. Skirts have been Short make Mem Long. Waists have been High drop pm. Shoes have been Flat and open toed a make like sacks. Hems not enough a 1 the result just lengthening a Hern won t do the tricks and anyhow with War restrictions on clothing dresses bought in recent years had no hems Worth mentioning. Just How much the designers Are going to get away with depends on the Good sense of the american woman. Probably the fight to keep dresses As Short As they be been is already lost. Any woman would feel conspicuous with a dress above her Knees in a room full of women with longer dresses. A slightly longer Hemline is generally More attractive anyhow a the dresses done to hike up when you sit Down and unattractive legs get a bit of camouflage. But the designers Are not trying to make any slight changes they re attempting a revolution. Some months ago. The Trade papers were full of suggestions on How to accomplish the Putsch most of them added up to plugging the new styles alongside of pictures showing the worst features and there were some of the old styles. That technique is being user on the retail level now. It Wrork. Free Enterprise All right recently a group of women in Texas organized a a Little below the k Nee club in protest against the new styles. A Dallas dress shop owner congratulated them. He said the designers and dress Industry Are a trying to get away with murder. With half the world begging for material to cover its naked Back i can to see any justification for these new drastic there obviously Isnit any justification. The manufacturers realize that with Ordinary living costs so High with food and lodging and children a clothing All at fantastic Heights women just Arentt going to buy new clothes. That is Uncle they Are made so self conscious that they will be ashamed to be seen in clothes that seem to them As outmoded As the world War 1 styles used to appear until the unscrupulous designers got to work. Maybe we would t get so annoyed if at least the new styles were pretty. But they re actually ugly. Are we going to Shell out Good hard earned Money to look like Little girls dressed up in their Mother s old clothes. I Hope not the Sun for the Matron a by Nai by if lauds labor Washington a it up a the largest jewish service Oiga Mza Tion in the w orld b Nai by Rith appreciates the value of the Organ a Zed labor movement to democracy pres. Frank Goldman of that welfare group wrote top u. S. Labor leaders on labor Day. In similar letters to Al pres William Green Cio pres. Philip Murray and pres. T. C. Cashen of the railway labor executives assn., Goldman expressed for by Nai b Rith a your deep appreciation for the great contribution american organized labor has made toward keeping America Safe for democracy in the social economic and political Fields Ecija me it a tic nip labor a. Hot in the fight to defend the rights Ous relations among the various elements comprising our american society and to find an effective and humanitarian solution for suffering Peoples in All parts of the Goldman said both Warker Ami employer members of b Nai b Rith want the legitimate rights of american labor safeguarded and enhanced adding we know from bitter experience that any movement which Aims to destroy labor unionism paves the Way for the destruction of democracy a if both parties insist on pursuing the present suicidal course toward War and depression there will be a new party even if it has not a Nee of ofe Etiopi Success in 1948.�?��?henry a. Wallace at a m a 34-48 a casual softly tailored dress Tor the More mature figure. Pattern 8204 comes in sizes 34 to 48. Send 25c in Coin your name address pattern number and size to j sue Burnett Federated press pattern service 1150 ave. Of the j americas new York a. N. Y. One of the reasons sen. Ferguson gave for postponing the Howard Hughes hearing was that Many congressmen had to go abroad to a investigate that old Navy slogan will have to be changed to join Congress and see the world. Volume of freight traffic in Cooper stlp4fi 1947 is expected to be nearly 40% i above 1941. Shoei for the entire family 109 Mill Street Lockland. O. Above 1941. For the first Quarter of 1947 Chain store sales accounted for 22% of All retail sales. Horse shoe cafe Dick Lang. Prop. Tasty foods Beer wine liquor 312 Benson Reading Ohio on the Parkway the store that Sells merchandise by famous makers smart Luggage for Back to school Brown Canvas with beige stripes bound in dark Brown leather. 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