Re: Another Trademark Violation
Milt Forsberg (miltf@UX1.CSO.UIUC.EDU)
Wed, 4 Dec 1996 08:57:01 -0600
At one time, JC Penny carried the Official Scout Uniforms in their
catalog. I have not kept up on this, but they may still carry the line.
I do remember several years ago instructing our members to order from the
catalog if they could not find their size at the local store. This was
long before our council opened it's Scout Shop.
SM, Troop 7
On Wed, 4 Dec 1996, Ronald W. Fox wrote:
> There is a magazine, very popular with high school girls, called
> Seventeen. My 14 year-old daughter (High School Freshman) subscribes,
> and I look through it every so often.
> The current issue, January 1997, has an featured article that is a
> "fashion horoscope". Each page has a picture of a young woman. The
> legend has the usual astrology tripe (little editorial there...)
> coupled with some interesting facts about the young woman shown,
> and a description of her wardrobe. Page 87, Libra, features "Silq,
> a young rapper on the rise", wearing what is described as "Shirt, JC
> Penney, $24). What she is wearing is a National issue B.S.A. youth
> Boy Scout shirt (the Boy Scouts of America strip over the right breast
> pocket is plainly readable).
> I'll be calling National on this. Gee, maybe they could talk
> Seventeen into doing a feature on an Explorer Post or two....
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City