Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania on June 21, 1928 · Page 22
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Lebanon Daily News from Lebanon, Pennsylvania · Page 22

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If" IK' $•>' - J.W "f- , If®-.' ttfr & » , • ^ ,w V\i'% ' MISS EARH ART HAS PROPOSAL OF MARRIAGE Aspirant For Her v Hand and Heart Is From Europe "•^^^ presents New am/ Finer Motor Car ytf ^^ New TrffVf Ignition Motor N ew Salon Bodies "The three new Nash Series, -which ore being introduced everywhere today, achieve the ambition of my manufacturing career. "They represent an entirely new type of motor car, priced moderately, but offering you all the beauty and quality and performance heretofore exclusive to very expensive automobiles. "To create such a car we had to develop an entirely new type of design and Invest over $2,500,000 in dies and machinery alone. "Both the Salon bodies and the high compression motors which power these new models exemplify the most radically modern advancement in body craftsmanship and engineering. "Naturally space precludes the full listing of all features but I do want to draw your attention to a number of the outstanding attractions such «•*•— "—Twinignition,high compression, Bohnalito aluminum alloy pistons with Invar-struts, 7-bearing crankshaft with hollowed crankpins, Bijur centralized chassis lubrication, Houdaille and Lovejoy shock absorbers, Biflex-Nash bumpers and bumperettes, chrome plating over nickel for all exterior. metal ware, double-drop frame, one- piece Salon fenders and longer wheelbase lengths. "This new-type engineering of the '400* motors makes them by far the. best performing cars I ha ve ever built. "I don't think anyone will ever want to use all the speed and power they deliver. "Equipment is absolutely complete at the factory list price and you need buy no extras except a spare tire. "If my judgment is worth anything you will find it well worth while today to examine this new automobile development with the greatest care »> President, The Naah Motors Company GRUBB AND MILLER London, T o d a y. —- (ff). Amelia Earhart, Boston social worker and first woman ever to flj the Atlantic, faced the world yesterday just as Lindbergh once did, in borrowed clothes. The American girl, who arrived li London Tuesday with Wllmei Stultz' and Louis Gordon, her conv panions in the trans-Atlantic flight of the monoplane Friendship, waa wearing a looso fitting flowered dress yesterday morning when one held a little reception In tho sitting room of her hotel suite which waa rapidly becoming a bower ot flowers eent by friends and admirers. "Everything I've got to wear at * present is borrowed, but then I'm not vain," she said and her hearers agreed that she wasn't, Mlsu-Earhart was greatly refreshed after her night's rest. Her grey eyes were lustrous and there was color In her pale cheeks. Yesterday morn- • ng she began filling her engagement )ook and it will keep her busy. On Saturday-she will be the guest of Mrs. Alanson B. Hough ton, wife of'* ,he American ambassador at a .uncheon, while on, Monday the woman's section, of the Air League of the British Empire will give a public luncheon for her. Yesterday's program included a .uncheon with Mrs. Frederick Guest, sponsor of the flight, fjnd then she went on a shopping "tour. While Miss Earhart was still In tier room visitors began -to call at the hotel. They were kept at bay Impartially by her friends. *. With all excitement: of Tuesday and the fatigue which their great achievement. Involved, the : three trans-Atlantic flyers arranged to take things easy yesterday. Like Miss Earhart, Wilmer Stultz and Louis Gordon planned to reply to the hundreds of cables, telegrams and letters, which she found waiting'on her arrival in London. Despite her fatigue of last night, Miss Earhart; was a comparatively early riser.' She was up at 8.30 and shortly afterward had breakfast in her room, where she stayed all the 1 forenoon. Tho first caller to be admitted was. Ray Athorton, charge d' affaireS"of' tho American Embassy, who presented formal congratulations. One of Miss Earhart's first acts on begin-' hlng her outside activities will be to leave cards at the American ambas-i, sador's residence for Mrs. Alanson, B. Houghton. Miss Earhart was ... exceedingly V pleased with the congratulatory mes-^i sages she received from President Coolidge, secretary Kellogg and Governor Fuller, of Massachusetts. She; intended to make them the first to which she sent replies when" she plunged into the heap of messages which is still growing rapidly. Hundreds of spectators, mostly women, blocked the sidewalks to Miss Earhart's hotel, overflowed into the streets and held up traffic when; the air woman started to'the ; home of Mrs. Guest for luncheon/' (There was a rush toward her as' she crossed to the waiting car and some of the women attempted to embrace her. It was only with difficulty that tho flier got pn her way to the guest home. When Miss Amelia Earhart denied Tuesday that she had received anj proposals of raftrriage following hei feat of being the first /woman to fly across the Atlantic, she was speaking the truth, but she was not abli to say tho same thing yesterday. In yesterday morning's mail tho, first proposal arrived. It was froni| some suitor in Europe, but when] queries were sent to the flyer as to! who the aspirant might be she declined to divulge him name. .Nor would she let the world know in Just what words he had offered his heart and hand. - > » « FTX)OR M3ADEB. 232-240 South Ninth St. Phone 455. Lebanon, Pa. RICHARD L BYRD PARING FOR TRIP TO POLE AT PRESENT j5F,,Pa., Today,— (#).—Com' Richard B. Byrd, who is now (Arrangements for uu expedition to the South ed the honorary degree "jaf aeronautical science at •gtxtb commencement exer- ia Military College yeg- the first time that such e^han eyer been awarded. rvH-'!- ' ' Danlol Williard .president of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and William L.'Mellon, Pittsburgh, nephew of ^acrejary Andrew Mellon received tho degree of doctor ot laws. Tho degree of doctor of military eclence was conferred upon Major General Douglas MaoArthur, U, S. 'Army and a bachelors degree in mill tary science on Col. Henry D. Thoroaeou, U. 8. army retired. A class of thirteen graduates heard the address by General Charles E. Hyatt, president and commandant of the collage. Commander Byrd did not mention Ma gouth Arctic pinna In bis acceptance of the degree. He was presented by Major John W, Loveland, class of 1887, Washington, D. C. An infantry aham battle and an aviation exhibition by forty pianos formed a part of the afternoon's program. TWO Wilmington ,Del,, Today—;(/P)— Two pa rsons are dead and two seri- oualy injured in hospitals as the re- sult of an explosion which wrecked a dwelling and store here yesterday, police believe Ignition of fire works .ingredient* caused the explosion, «#•*• this country needs is more people who can no their onion*. New York, Today, (IP) —Mayor James J. Walker wlH be floor leader of the Smith forces at the Democratic convention in Houston, It was announced at the City Hall yesterday. 6 66 Cures Malaria and quickly relieves Biliousness, Headaches and Dlzzintas duo to temporary Constipation. Aids in eliminating Toxins and Is highly esteemed tor producing copious watery evacuations. 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