Intelligencer Journal from Lancaster, Pennsylvania on December 1, 1948 · 14
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Intelligencer Journal from Lancaster, Pennsylvania · 14

Lancaster, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, December 1, 1948
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i 14DAILY INTELLIGENCER JOURNAL, LANCASTER. PA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER J, 1948 The New Senators (15)- iSOUDERSBURG COUPLE The Rev. Howard D. Bare. pas-jMARRIED 50 YEARS tor of St. Paul's Methodist Church I Mr and Mrs Samue! B Ressler. city, will speak at the Millersville Soudersburg, celebrated their 50' h Methodist Church on Tuesday at wedding anniversary Tuesdav A 7 30 p m. The Rev. Mr. Bare will dinner was given in their honor on p tti d Sunday attended by rheir children) big6 the program which" being,3' "-fhev'3 aSparents of seven' 0kiahoma City--Oklahoma's I want to work on the commit arranged bv the church choir. An rhlre x 0f whom are living new Democratic Senator, Robert tees that will help do the most to offering will be taken for the or- Irs pjes,jer ,s the former Laura Samuel Kerr, has successfully pub-'develop our natural resources." gan fund. ,M. Hoover. licized two subjects during the past ' Personally Kerr is affable friend ly. courteous One of the best hand Oklahoma CHEMISTS SPONSOR TO PRESENT CHARTER i STUDENTS CONTEST) TO EPHRATA JAYCEES 1 Prompt Service 10foJ300 ON YOUR OWN SIGNATURE AUTO. FURNITURE. Etc. Get the Holiday Cash you need today! Call MR. KRAEGER DIAL 5294 Cash will be ready in 15 minutes! COMMUNITY DISCOUNT CO. 29 EAST ORANGE ST. Thirtv-five million Americans have no access to public libanes Why Millions Like CHEWIIIG-GUM LAXATIVE The .Southeastern Pennsylvania Harold Budding, of Lancaster, Section of the, American Chemical State Junior Chamber of Commerce Sociev is sponsoring an essay con- president, will be the mam speak-test for college students m Hus er at the charter pre-en'ation ban area quet of the newly-organized Eph- jj; ; The contest is open to juniors rata Junior Chamber of Com- 1 1 and seniors and the essays are to merce in the Ephrata Legion home Jj! be on any of seven scientific at 6 30 p m.. Dec 16. (j themes Information may be ob- Robert Hobb.ns, Ephrata Javceeij tamed from R E. Phil.p, chair- president, also announced that Distinctive.. it The State ot Oklahoma and Bob 'hakers politics ha' nidii f the pubuc relations com- Buding will present charters from At last a laxative so pieasant, ao different, that it has won million who now refus to take harsh, stomach-punishing laxatives! rEtv-A-MiNT taste like delicioua, mint-flavored chewing gum And you chew it like gum'. And scientists say chewing makes flen-a-mint s fine medicine more effective "readies' it so it flows gently and gradually into the system. And here's the amazing thing! Th action of fef.n-a-mint s special medicine dftoi'rs the stomach. It doesnt act while in the stomach, but only when farther along in the lower digestive tract . . . where it should' Thus, s ffn-a-mint iron t upset the stomach! Try rEEN-A-MiNT at any drug n ounter for 25g. 50 or only IU FEEti-A-nini FAMOUS CHWIN8-QUM LAXATIVK Kerr .known, he recalls names and faces mittee for the section ie former governor , readily. Ave. s ru fcK j jje ls a total abstainer 'quit, The section meeting will be held Active for many years m State Srnoging several years ago too ha Thur-day at 7 p. m with dinner; politics he won his first race when taught a Sunday school clas foiiat Lincoln' Woods Inn, Lincoln elected governor IB 1942. Two yearsjears and vull probably have one, Highway, three miles east of York jlater he was selected keynote 0f the heartiest laughs m Wah(R C. Platow, of Bell Telephone speaker of the Democratic national ,nglon. iLabo, atones, will be the speaker. 1 ; convention. j Kerr made headlines during his term of governor in a manner typical of a big 6-3, 230 pounds and wealthy oil man. , , . the State and national Jaycee or- 30 gafllza,ions. ej. Z , 2AI2 IT UPT NKTU1TM ftt fear tpAas, tt kMe fUt... fengi fiat againat tha watL CtT-UMDU-ABIUTT-iNaawhinri feuang only t fegh gatmiar nari fuml tur Ell G E Gleaner From its "Magic Handle" to tls low, (trsamlinsd housing the all new iinara Vacuum Cleaner is built for a perfect cleaning performance. Its design its exclusive work eaving few tuxes spring from the suggestions ef a million houeewivee who know from experience what they need in cleaning equipment Yes, here ie the cleaner you always wanted. It is really new with $ all new, exclusive features: CORD REWIND reels Ie sard wUhewt winding by bend. CORD REEL (lores serd lot yes witkin Ike cleaner itseB. TWIN FANS maintain a strong, undom cun rent ot suction along the wide cleaning noule. You can clean with the ende d the nonle as wsll as with th eeeterl PIVOTED FLOATING BRUSH requires ee adjustment for ordinary type mgs. STREAMLINED ROUSING hat greater "get nnder-abiUty" because it is only 5 hlghl lUOia HAND U ever v-Stag yes need Ie operate few c lesser entlun fingertip Seech eerd control cord eudeAhendlereleese 2 ned Md, bes take-up lever BUDGET .TERMS Allowance lor your prevent model We'll arrange a demon ifrofion in your own home SEE IT! Be U t rat. 06 taf Ttot Ulnaw Mrs 0 Mold serviced guaranteed only at year GIIIGCn SEWING CENTER 120 N. Queen St. Phone 2-0529 ROBERT S. KERR Up received a letter from a New Yoik woman asking for a jar of native Oklahoma sorghum. Kerr, who was planning a trip to New York anvw'ay. delivered the sor ghum himself and immediately gained the nickname sorghum salesman. IS GOOD SPEAKER But most of Kerrs recognition has been on a more dignified level A popular figure on the rostrum, he has .spoken in every section of the country. Most of his appearance have been political, others civic religious or in connection with the oil business. After serving in the First World War, Kerr returned to his native State and received a law degree j Until 1926 he practiced in his hometown of Ada. In that year he went into the oil business. During his term as governor, lim ited to four yeais by State law, Oklahoma paid off the last of its debts. ' Kerr's principal interest has al ways been development of Oklahomas and the nation's natuia1 resources. He summed up his Senate ambitions along that line. COURT FORBIDS MAN TO COMMIT SUICIDE Chicago i Ah Frank I.ewan-dowski, thirlysix, had tried 30 times to kill himself, his estranged wife, Adeleine, thirty-six. has testified So Circuit Judge Julius H. Miner issued an injunction restraining Lewandowski from making any moie attempts at suicide Since 1939, when they were married, Mrs Lewandowski told the jidge, her husband, a soldier, has Thiee times tried to hang himself Six times tried to stab himself with a knife or scissors. Six times tried to die by gas Various other times drank alcohol or iodine from their medicine chest Several times drank from medicine bottles indiscriminately with intent to commit suicide. STINSON AIRCRAFT CO. SOLD TO PIPER CO. New York ffi Floyd B Odium, chairman of Consolidated Yultee Aircraft Corp , has announced sale of Conv air's Stinson division to the Piper Aircraft Corp, of Lock Haven, Pa Conv air will retain the Stinson plant at Wayne Mich. V llliarn T. Piper, president of Piper Aircraft, said a shareholders, meeting will be called Jan 18 to1 consider changing the name to Piper-Stinson Aircraft Corp Stinson operations will be moved to; Lock Haven from Wayne, Mich, as soon as equipment, tools and parts can be transferred Stinson personnel planes are in a higher price range than the Piper planes Piper said production of both lines will be continued I SEE YOU'RE SMOKING CAMELS, TOO! DIO YOU MAKE THE CAMEL 31 TOTST" , f' & 'I - te I I SEE WHY YOU YE ALWAYS SMOKED CAMELS. THEY'RE SO fkovE FdtYazsEiF! Make the Camel 30-day test! When hundreds of men and women recently, from coast to coast, smoked Camels exclusively for 30 days in similar test, noted throat specialists who examined the throats of these mokers every weck- total of 2470 examinations-reported NO THROAT IRRITATION due to smoking CAMELS OAKITE MAKES SHINE ,!) i $ as!? a A?'uiow DISSOLVES GREASE AND BURNT-ON FOOD. MAKES YOUR CLEAN-UP EASY. OAKITE The gentle, greax-ditielving cleaner it also an excellent water softener Sliced and sw eetened! The best berries you ever ate come from SEABROOK FARMS- m WORLD'S LARGEST TRUCK FARM AND QUICK-FREEZING PLANT BRIDGETON, NEW JERSEY Co me.. in CABLE-NELSOsN COLONIAL Charming, early American ipinet finished in "Old Colony" maple, mahogany Of walnut. One of many popular Cable-Nelson from which to make your selectioa $595 00 , . b tone small pianos at lowest prices ! See them today. tortfh btncH fan tnciudftd luf 9'9W KIRK JOHNSON & CO. Music House YOUR DEPARTMENT STORE OF MUSIC 16 West King Street Dial 5232 Listen to the Kirk Johnson St Co. presentation of Milton Cross Piano Playhouse over , WLAS every Wednesday at 7:30 P , M. 1390 on Your Dial. ci , r i . o.r, V rwmw V'J O AX- O' kffy erv'!v 'p-- Elmer Morrow, Motor Tank Salesman, fills his gasoline truck at the Allentown plant. 9 What should a man work For?, . . Put that question to Elmer Morrow, here, and he'll answer about like this: Well, you could say a man works for a living, but there's more to it than just that. A man has his sclf-rcspcct to keep, lie wants to work at a job he likes. He wants to do something useful He wants fair pay and steady hours with some time to himself and his family. He wants a chance to get ahead and he wants to save some money. And he u arvts some security in case of accident or sickness. Then, when his working years are done, he wants to know he can retire on an annuity." Today, in Esso Standard Oil Company of Pennsylvania and affiliated companies, 29,000 men and women have jobs which offer exactly these things. They have surh jobs because of acompany policythat was set up over 30 years ago and developed side-by-side with our workers ever since. It is a policy lased on the belief that the heart of a business is its people that the lest possible jobs attract the best possible workers. Workers in these companies today have even thing outlined in the statement above - .including vacations with pay, sickness benefits, cash savings in a Thrift Plan, and the opportunity to retire with income for life. But this policy hasnt grown from "generosity alone. Its a practical, common-sense business policy, and a good one. Our 29,000 workers j for instance; hare now been with us on the average for almost 14 years 8,500 of them over 20 years. Richt now-with the demand tor oil E - - products far higher than ever before, it means a lot to tts and to you to have a staff of experienced, steady, loyal workers like these pushing our facilities to the limit to get you the oil products you want -good products at fair prices! ESSO STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA x4s See 4M 4

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