Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - January 24, 1947, Racine, Wisconsin
—Journal-Time* Photo M \RINT STYLE SHOW—Two non-coms from the Racine Ma-
•* r* rutting office df-monstrate the contrast between old and %• uniform*', fir t change in 20 years for Marine dress. S. Sgt.
ni l It i, left, wears the new dress blues which has four diets on the blouse and has lightl twill than the old pocket-iv. i s Sgt I R Andersen, r ight. The two hold mbat jacket which will replace the blouse of the green The Ik t improvement, according to the boys, is not idmtion of two back pockets to the trousers for additional plow' personal gear.
Overnight Camp Near Racine Made Available to Boy Scouts
Count J campu Racine c.l Pr The a ability nude at a s table held at
of land have been d.spo^al of Racine outs, for overnight by L. L. Freeman, according to Coundent Arthur J. Muhlke. ouncement of the avail-f the new campsite was out leaders* roundly Boy Scout build
ing Thursday n The new she will be identify nan.** It is lr Blvd. and Spri
»rt term campsite d as ‘ Camp Free-cated at Osborne ig St., just north
cf the area of the Country Club Acres s w 1 rn rn 1 n g pool and grounds. Camp Freeman is ideally located for near-town Scouting act.vit:es, Muhlke said. It has several ravine:-, woods and open areas
At 2pm Sat urday scout lead-,4 ers of the council will meet at Osborne Blvd. and Spring St. for Scout Unit 201 will be out there
an exploration hike over the new prepared to serve coffee and
camp :e. Sen.or Scouts from Sea doughnuts over an open fire.
L. L. Freeman
Hearing Held On Zoning Bill
MADISON, Wis. — W*> — C. R Dineen, chairman of the Milwaukee County Park Commission, and C. L. Skinner, head of the Dane County Zoning Department, said Thursday they would not be opposed to tow'ns setting up zoning regulations if the town authority did not supercede already-established county requirements.
Dineen and Skinner testified at a hearing on a bill offered to the Legislature by Assemblyman Randen (Rcp.-t’nion Grove). Hts proposal wrould give town boards authority to adopt zoning regulations so residents of towns could prevent development of undesired business or enterprises.
M. W. Torkelson, director of the
State Planning Board,, told of the J current county zoning ordinances J on land usage.
Hearings were continued until j next month on the zoning proposal and on two other bills offered by Kundon. One would license by state law all persons furnishing hayrack and sleigh rides in counties containing first and second class cities and the other would give towns authority to set up recreation departments for young * persons.
Runden conducted an informal talk on fund-raising plans for the proposed recreation departments. No witnesses appeared for or against the sleigh ride license bill.
Kenosha Man, 71, Dies After Fall in Home
KENOSHA. WU. — WI—August Bunda, TI, of Kenosha, died in a hospital Thursday of injury suffered Tuesday in a fall at his home.
Safety Projects Outlined Here
Several projects, launched in an effort to reduce accident and tragedy in the city and county of Racine, were outlined last night at a meeting of the Racine County Safety Council’s board of directors.
Execute e Secretary C. Harold Kent, who recently assumed his duties here, explained that efforts will be concentrated on reduction of traffic accidents and casualties.
President James S. Allan, introduced the newly elected executive secretary and appointed the following as members of an executive or steering committee: Frank Starbuck. Grover Miller, Gordon Griffin, Robert Matheson.
Arthur Muhlke and Sidney Nelson.
Henry Nelson, of the municipal board of public works, explained, in response to an inquiry, that 400 traffic signs, ordered months and years ago, still are not available. Manufacturers of this equipment. Nelson said, may not begin shipments for many months. Nelson went on to point out that the city expects to spend about $50,000 between now and 1950 on new traffic signs that will conform to standards outlined by the state legislature. About $5,000 of this sum will be expended this year. Commissioner Nelson said.
RACINE JOERN AL-TIMES: Frill iv. fan ?• PMT
BaOn? .WI jim. :=»
26 27 28 29
KUMPF 2 WAftW
Sculptured with an eye to petal-smooth beauty, this basic slip of soft rayon crepe is the beautiful c implement to new figure-fit fashions. Thoughtfully Textron* tailored to give with your every movement. In pink, white. Sizes 12 to 44. $3.50
( ref* uith Embroidery trim..................$4.00
Satin uith I .are trim......... $4.95
•Reg. U. S. Pat Off.
Zahns Lingerie, Second Floor
Who says all junior dresses are cutie-pic? Here are up and coming fashions . . . practically the same kind you’d find in caviar-priccd custom salons. These are designed for all petite figures regardless of age. Your only problem will be to decide which of Our countless beauties to get. Sizes 9 to 15.
Our huge collection includes beautiful new Spring prints, nary blues, blacks, and soft, soft [witch.
88.98 to 829.93
Zahns Fashion Shopf Third Floor
Saturday Store Hours: 9 a. rn. to 5:30 p. rn.
Open Tonight (Friday) Until 9 P. M.
% J /
sleep warmly . . . comfortably in
So light... so comfortable .. so w «rm ... perfect
for sleeping . . . for lounging. .Fin* quality cotton knit in conservative colors. Snug-fitting knit wristlets and anklets. Sizes A. B, C. I).
pajamas, tan or blue .. .
TEXTRON. . .BOXER
Skirls tor Un
If you’re looking for a bargain in quality shorts ... this is it! These shorts are made of fine count cloth in blue, tan, cream and grey. Sanforized shrunk for permanent fit. Sizes 30 to 42.
Znhtis \lens Shop, Street Floor
Misses* anil W omen**
Orig. $4.00 to $6.00 ..........83.30
Orig. $7.98. $8.00 .............83.00
Orig. $10.00 to $12.50 .........87.00
Orig. $21.00 ............... 810.30
Looking for a blouse? Don’t miss this clearance . . . it’s your chance to own a smart Zahns quality blouse at a fraction of its original price. Wool jerseys, rayons, cottons ... in tailored and dressy styles. White, black and colors.
MISSES’ SKI SHIRTS.
Originally $10.00, now'...................
. Third Floor
Originally I p to SIO.V
All sizes and materials represented in pumps, ties and straps. High, medium and
low heels. Sizes are broken.
Znhns Street Floor