The Morning Call from Allentown, Pennsylvania on October 25, 1957 · 21
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The Morning Call from Allentown, Pennsylvania · 21

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BOTTLED U ' CLD lEDAi.'j'i mum OLD VAIIDEGRIFT Bourbon 6 Years Old 100 Proof fionted-in-Bono $4.69 41 (tart win rr:. If' a OLD VANDEGRIFT Straight Bourbon 6 Ytart Old 86 Proof $4.00 . C4 1111 PENNCO Rye t Ytan Old 100 Proof Bottled-in-Bond $4.69 41 tnrt CM 1171 PENNC0 DISTILLERS SCHAEFFERSTOWN, PA. Muhlenberg Trustee Quitting Ministry HATFIELD, Oct. 24 The Rev. Dr. William A. Fluck, Muhlenberg College trustee and a member of the board of directors of the Good Shepherd Home, will retire, from the Lutheran ministry at the and of next month. - He is presently pastor of Grace Church here, a congregation he has served for 11 years. In all, he has been in the ministry more f than 46 years. , For 25 years, he was pastor of I St. Luke's Church in Reading, the largest parish in the Lutheran Ministerium of Pennsylvania. He also served for nine years at the Lower Tinicum Parish in Upper Bucks comprising St. Luke's in Dublin and Christ in Tinicum. Dr. Fluck has been a Muhlenberg trustee for seven years. In 1953, he received an honary doctor of divinity degree from the Institution. For the last year, he has also been on the board of the Good Shep- nera Home. After this year, Dr. Fluck plans to move to Souder- ton. 1 Wider Aid Due Homes For Indigent READING, Oct. 24 Forty- four delegates to the seventh conference of the Pennsylvania Assn. of County Home Superintendents today learned that their institutions are now eligible for federal construction funds. A recent amendment to the 1955 t7nT-Hiii Knt a.i4liiiriu. thai aid in major construction pro jects. Originally, the act provided grants only to general hospitals and mental institutions. Main speakers at today's session were Orlando M. Bowen, superintendent of Allentowc Hospital, and Dr. Raymond ShatteH, assist ant superintendent of the hospital. Bowen discussed "Cooperation that Should Exist Between a County Home and a General Hospital." Shattell spoke in the absence of Mrs. H. Paul Bierman. assistant director of Allentown State Hospital's social service de partment. Elected president of the group was Wilbur H. Green, administra tor of Berks Heim, the Berks County Home. He succeeds Theo dore R. Titlow of Cedarbrook. Other officers elected were Roy R. Goss, Blair County, first vice president; Mrs. Glayds Smith, Bradford County, second vice president; H. H. Davis, Beaver county, treasurer, ana x.uuw, By HELEN WILLIAMS Ithe so-called inevitable Cheese- L-.i.-j Almost everv time vou nick cake photos. But, in Lloyd Shear- j,;a. v, -4,..,:j- nroani7a. uP lIlc paper, mere s sometningi1 a , wmc to divide the statewide organiza-;.. .r' chtxstraW vnu'ii rrt tr. tauitUCS auUUl 111 v7 KUiUCU" " J " . rHE MORNING CALL. Allentown. F.. Frldiy, Oct. 15, 1957 21 5 I Rev. W. A. Fluck 1 i 1 1 r -1 ""YVTNL ,rf missile race. The wniLU WUl JIUiU quaiicu.v meet ings. Regional officers will be ap pointed by Green Federal Tax Lien A federal tax lien was filed in Northampton County Court yes terday against Lehigh River Mill Inc., 7th and Mam Sts., p.ortft- ampton. The lien, for $3,636.53, is for alleged unpaid unemployment benefit tax. ATTEMTHdllW schnoozle sniffers Why sniff echnoozles when you can test-drive the new 1958 DeSoto? Doesn't cost you a cent. Just Bee your nearest DeSoto dealer Nov. 1. Remember the date for the '58! De Soto is coming .210 V, 1 guided Russians are doing this. . .we're doing that. And if you've wondered just where the U. S. stands in "The Great Guided - Missile Race," you'll find out when you read a comprehensive Parade report with that title in next Sunday's is sue. To develop keen minds for the scientific race, the Russians have lone advocated the playing of chess. In our own country, Brook lyn's Bobby Fischer, who is only 14, amazes chess experts with his expertness at the game. in raraae s "Only 14, He s a Chess Whiz, but," you'll discover w hy, although proud of her son, Bobby's mother is not quite happy about his chess triumphs. To help small businessmen achieve more triumphs in the important project of keeping American industry on the profit side of the ledger. President Eisenhower called togethef a group of prominent businessmen in this classification. "Helping Hand for 'Little Guys' " is a Parade report on the President's Conference on Technical and Distribution Research for the Benefit of Small Business. An Important name for an important conference. Long considered important to an actresses career have been tling reasons why some of Hol lywood's top stars are now ban ning cheesecake, what will re place pin-ups?. well, could be baby pictures. There're becoming increasingly popular judging from their use in many popular magazines. Yes. Parade's cover Sunday is one of the most appealing baby photos one could hope to gaze upon. . In the magazine, a Parade quiz titled "What Do You Really Know ADout tsaDies? will test your knowledge on this all important suDiect. These are only the highlights of big Parade In this Sunday s Call- Cnronicie. I I Canada Dry, the original Pale Dry Ginger Ale? is known the world over as "The Champagne of Ginger Ales." bft LPLT U (Si K g- ? pi 11 5 3 V H 3 . - In u 1 M A e p" IB W A I, r I J0S?aJ lis"" l t U wmm n.T REASON : It's so light, so dry . . . less sweet than all other ginger ales. Its tiny bubbles, thanks to Exclusive. 'Tin-Point Carbonation", keep this bright beverage sparkling to the last sip. Hold it up to the light . . . look at how good it tastes. Then sip it . . . you'll see why Canada Dry is truly 'The Champagne of Ginger Ales." Comes in handy carton and big family size bottles. Try it.. .you'll love it! PR00F: Developed and first bottled t the turn of the century by Master Chemist Dr. J. J. McLaughlin ia Toronto. Canada. Exceptional Values! o Clot hing! o Sportswear! o Accessories! o Shoes! Hurry in for tremendous savings! Hundreds of unadvertised bargains! 0 iMYS mmSOM WOOL SLACKS Pleated or Ivy League models in solid color and striped wool flannels or solid color sheen gabardines. Choose charcoal grey, grey, brown, charcoal brown, charcoal green, navy. Waist sizes 29 to 46. S fOHO (2Jo regularly 10.95 regularly 19.95 100 MEN'S WOOL fJlELTON CAK A! i ' i For casual or dress wear . . . tan, grey, charcoal wool melton car P coats with warm wool quilt linings, bone buttons. They're 34 If inches long to wear over sweaters and sport coats. Vented backs. i Sizes 36 to 46. " i j 900. ivWS:LATiaB'S WOOL SWOATIIIIS I So warm ... so soft ... so handsome! Square crew neck style in imported lamb's wool. Choose charcoal green, oxford grey, oatmeal, red, black, charcoal grey, charcoal brown. They're hand washable. Sizes small, medium, large. 500 MGH'S E5RESS and CASUAL SHOES A tremendous selection of the most popular styles of men's shoes. Wing tips, U-wings and plain toes in soft grains; moccas smooth leathers. Brown or black. Leather soles. 1 B, 8-1 2; C, 7-1 2; D, 6-1 2; E, 6-1 1 . Not every size in every style. shoes. -x - v In, ,n ()(0) regularly 13.95 700 rjiEcrs fmious mum nmi You'll recognize the fine quality of this famous make. Choose solid color or fancy pattern broadcloth. They're full cut and sanforized and the elastic waistband will last the life of the shorts. In sizes 30 to 44. 9 regularly 1.50 100 'MEM'S Ml FUR FELT E3Al The season's newest styles are in this group of hats. Choose center crease or telescope models with bound and welt edges ... all pre-shaped. Charcoal grey, charcoal brown, medium grey, medium rown. In sizes 6Va to 7Vz. ' of regularly 7.50 1 600 M'S IMPORT. SILEl UUCCITIES iruiy a Dargain! luxurious Taorics Trom rrance, Italy, switzer- !" land . . . unusual, distinctive in the continental manner. A collection that is so varied and interesting, we suggest bringing your I gift list along, too! All are silk lined. I HOW -HEM'S SALE -MESS BROTMEftS HAMI FLOOR reg.3.50-$5 HESS's STORE HOURS DAILY 9:45 TO 5:30; THURSDAY 12 NOON TO 9 AT NIGHT. " r 11

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