19620328_VOL23_19 - Packard Timeline

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19620328_VOL23_19 - Packard Timeline
GM
Packard Electric
GENERAL
MOTORS
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L,VE W/RE 1 division of General Motors Corporation
March 28, 1962
WARREN, OHIO
Vol. 23 No. 19
April Promotion Marks Suggestion Birthday
410 Old Timers To Receive Awards
At Two Service Recognition Parties
A total of 410 service recognition awards will be pre_
sented to Packard Electric employes at the Division's
Annual Old Timers' Parties April 7 and 14.
Top awards will be the 94 gold watches to be presented
to the 30 women and 64 men who completed their twenty_
fifth year of service with Packard Electric during 1961
The watches will be officially presented by General Manager C. C. Rigsby at the 25-Year Old Timers' Party to be
held at the Mural Room in ·attached in honor of their anni-
Youngstown on Saturday,
April 7.
Fifty-eight
employes will re-
ceive 20-year awards and 15year awards will go to 258 persons at a recognition party to be
I
ceive either a Hamilton Staunton
standard wind-type watch or the
for the men and bracelets for the
women with a 15 or 20-year
Packard service award emblem
watch.
All of the
April
.
are
22-
jewel, shockproof, fully adjusted,
.
On South Wall Of Plant 10
One hundred seventy-nine feet of identification, the
}ongest sign in the area, now adorns the south wall of Plant
10 and identifies PACKARD ELECTRIC DIVISION, GEN-
RbA.Le*ZO,Nr,1?72MS]Etallat St tl regnee· n ;®
mark of the Division was
completed earlier this month.
There are a lot of little facts
about the big letters in the sign.
For example, the words PACKARD ELECTRIC DIVISION in-
corporate the use of 1,380 pounds
of steel and enamel. The letters
weigh up to 90 pounds each.
Each letter is five feet high
and six and one-half inches deep;
all are important. The testing of
colors and the spacing of the
letters are other items of importance.
After all the research in the
above areas was completed, a
final test was made. Cardboard
models of the sign were placed
on the building to see that every-
thing was satisfactory and to get
the stroke ( width across the
face) 1812 inches. They are made
a "preview" of how the sign
would look.
The actual mounting of the
of heavy gauge enameling steel
sign required over a week to
and are porcelain enameled at
temperatures of over 1,300 degrees Fahrenheit. A space of 16
feet is used between words.
Collectively, the words GEN-
complete. The new identification
mark of Packard Electric Divi-
sionpeople
will be
viewed
s
they pass
as thousand
week by
each
of
near Plant 10.
ERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
weigh nearly 500 pounds. Each
letter is 32 inches high and three
and one-half inches deep.
The
Btroke is seven inches. These
words, together with the words
PACKARD ELECTRIC DIVI-
SION above, incorporate nearly
a ton of steel and enamel,
DO/7Ym*f*5771
Becurely fastened to the building
| 99-% ]hl
with stainless steel nuts and bolts
TURN IN
' A SUGGESTION
ing will appear on the building.
Each of the studs are securely
welded to horizontal steel angle
trans inside the building.
A sign of this type doesn't just
happen. Great care must be used
in selectton of the letters for such
an undertaking. Factors such as
style, color, material and design
.
Corporation."
Employes who are to receive
awards are the following:
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13],
brose. Riehird E. Amos, Lawrence D.
Binko, Frnnk A. Bleasing,
Walter J.
Bowden, Helen S. BrobBt, Anna E. Brug-
ler. Ann Seko Cain.
Anna W. ChriBt. Robert E. Clemmer.
Frank F. Cline. Alice W. Coffee, Melvin
F. Collier, Chauncey L. Darone, Jr.,
Dora I,
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Daugherty. William L. Davie,
Lillian A. Diglaw,
, 0.6-
Othelia M. Diglaw,
Eugene A. Downs, Frank E. Dreaner.
Dorothy
C.
Dzfama,
John
3, &
Dziedzk,
John P. Fischer, Naomi S. Fleming,
Norman C. Frlintz, Robert L. GibHOn,
Oliver
L.
Hamilton,
Margaret D.
Anna
Hanuacin.
Hartman. Frank
0.
Haw.
kins, Theodore R. Hiltman, Roy P.
Hipple, Leone H. Hobbins. Anna How,
Wayne J. Hyyti, Michael J. Iannueel.
Charles E. JohnBon, Wilbur T. Joy,
Richard A. KaI)p, George D. Kirsesak.
Raymond J. Kasper, Max E, Kremp sky,
Annz D. Kuhne.
Jeisie
J.
Kumpfmiller,
Florence
S.
Laraway, Jean B. Laverty. Frank L.
Lewis, Herbert R. Lilley, Edward A.
Litz, Bernice Lucker, Leo J. Luoma,
vy,l,LylifldLi.
2(,k'Z:.fl
ydB
. Mayeher. Sterl A. Eu.
McClurg,
Delbert
C. MeMillin.
Margaret D. Morris. Warren B. Morris,
Hdel B. Nesline, Chnries W. O'Brock,
Fenton M. O'Neill, Merle E. Poat.
Eugene F. Pykare. Leonard W, Ruddy,
William
K.
Rupert,
Marie
T.
Russell,
Robert W. Sadlier, John Savanyu, Leslie
M. Shafer, Viola A. Shaffer, Ann P.
Silvey, Mike Sima, Charles F. Simkins.
Catherine Dean Smith, Forrest W. Smith.
Helen W. Smith, Robert R. Talkington, Kenneth M. Thompson. Mary M.
Tomko, Edward H. Wedman, Edwin W.
Welrick,
Beulah M. wilBOn, Eugene S.
Wolbert, George W. Yohem.
Continued on Page Two
Jeanne Martin, sales department. who was chosen as "Miss Suggestion·'
for the April campaign in coniunction with the Twentieth Anniversary
of the GM Suggeston Plan celebration, Is flanked by the array of prizes
lo be given away to Packard Electric employes during *he moeh-long
drive. Drawings will be held four times during the month, with three
prizes being given away each time.
April 1962 marks the Twentieth Anniversary of the
General Motors Suggestion Plan, and to help celebrate the
occasion, Packard Electric, along with every other General
Mptorsduring
division,
initiate
paign
thewill
month.
an extensive suggestion cam-
Twelve merchandise prizes will
will be urged to look particularly
for better methods suggestions.
be given away during the four
weeks of the campaigr with a
different suggestion t: ne being
promoted each week. The week
beginning April 2, safety improvement
suggestions
will
be
em-
phasized, while the week of April
9 will feature ideas to save
materials. The third week, starting April 16, the subject will be
quality improvement ideas, and
Ball-Point Pens Will Be Awarded
Suggestors In April Campaign
Every employe who submits a
suggestion during the April campaign month will receive a ball-
befom the end ofApril
the week of April 23 employes
Miss Jeanne Martin, sales department, will serve as "Miss
Suggestion" for the April cam-
paign. Jeanne, who like the suggestion plan, is 20 years old, will
take part in a variety of suggestion activities, including distribution of awards.
Posters and banners will be displayed throughout all of the
Division plants, and scoreboards
will be set up so each department
can keep track of its participation
record
during
the
month-long
campaign.
No birthday would be complete
without a cake. So on Thursday,
April 11, all Division employes
THANK yOU
will be treated to a free piece of
point pen to signify his participation in the celebration of the
twentieth anniversary of the GM
FOR YOUR
served in the Division cafeterias
Suggestion Plan.
Each of the silver pena is in-
birthday
_/01
Q
SUGGESTIONf
15
- . 1_11.1-=r
*
M=,ipr
scribed with lettering commem-
The letters are individually
Bo that no stains due to weather-
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Francis D. Dechert, Angelo S, DeJacimo.
watches
uivision 9 New Sign Installed
A.
state: -25 Years Service, Packard
Electric Division, General Motors
Baritell, Wmfam C. Bnraon, Dnrwin E.
Bates. Raymond L. BateB, Mary C.
years
gold case is the women's award
Saturday,
25 years of service. In addition,
Abbott. Fred T. Allen, William A. Am-
completing 25
Awards in this class are tie bars
on
, 711
an inscription on the watch will
of
For
1, ,
43-
and the year in which he attained
service in 1961, each man will re-
14.
Hall
graved with the employe's name
,
GOLD WATCH AWARDS - Cledeth M.
Hamilton T-300 automatic selfwinding type. The Hamilton Vicki
in a choice of white or yellow
held at the W. D. Packard Music
'
versary.
anti-rnagnetic
and have lifetime
mainsprings. Each award is en-
.
orating the birthday celebration.
Persons submitting suggestions
during· April also will be eligible
to win one of a total of 12 prizes
to be given away at four weekly
be
during lunch periods throughout
the day.
The 12 prizes will be given
away at the rate of three each
employe must submit a suggestion during the April campaign.
Each time a person submits a
given a number. The same num-
Packard Electric is in its 26th
gurated here in 1936, was incor-
will
auggestion, the suggestion will be
year with an Employe Suggestion
porated with the GM Plan in
1942.
which
week during the month. To be
eligible for winning a prize, an
»h MI•1 -*
drawings.
Plan. The Plan, originally inau-
cake
wx
2,3, .0. . 5 0..' . I i. . ' C .M I T ' .L
4-'
ber will be stamped on a ticket
and deposited in a hopper. Then
each week three tickets will be
drawn from the hopper to deterContinued on Page Six
Packard Electric Cablegram
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Packard Electric Cablegram
EDITORIAL STAFF
Supervisor, Public R€Zations -
EmpZoye Communications .
Associate Editoi· .
. .
Stiff Photographer .
MARK S. GRODY
"Miss Jones," Said Reverend
. ROBERT L. MCBANE
Turner to his secretary, "will you
Staff Artist . .
.
.....
.
Editorial Secretary . . .
EDITORIAL ADVISOR
.
Cablegram Phone, PAX 364
.
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.
.
.
. MYRON G. SEYERLE
MARY LouISE FORNEY
. .
.
K. M. THOMPSON
Photo Darkroom, PAX 348
PACKARD SUGGESTION STATISTICS
please get Reverend Taylor in
New York for me ?"
"Station-to-station ?" she asked.
"No," came the answer. "Par-
son-to-parson."
*
Suggestions Submitted .
Suggestions Adopted
Amount of Awards ..
intolerance in America is lighting
a fire underneath his own home.
- Harold E. StaMsen
1951 *0 1961
1942 to 1961
26,646
34,439
2,190
6,915
9,105
. $70,326
$344,059
$414,385
WOMEN
1,969
533
5,185
1,235
7,154
1,768
$13,560
$37,632
$51,192
Suggestions Adopted
Amount of Awards
.
MEN
Suggestions Submitted ..
Suggestions Adopted ..
Amount of Awards
5,824
1,659
21,461
5,680
$56,766
$306,427
27,285
7,337
$363,193
HIGHEST AWARD WINNERS:
Submitted 52 suggestions and received 25 awards totaling
$4,562.34
,Leonard D. Hovanic, 1746 Oak Street SW, Warren, Ohio
Submitted 22 suggestions and received nine awards totaling $4,373.34
The Texan stepped into his big
$3,178.21
2,500.00*
2,500.00*
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12/30/60
8/21/53
11/6/53
* Maximum Awards
windshield ground
tion!"
*
**
- Anna Herbert
the mystical power that turns a
word into a sign, a look into a
smile, a house into a home, apd
a people into a civilization.
- Eugent P. Bertili,
*
*
*
·'
Perhaps one of the reasons Il:at
br
Reckett, Thurlow L. Boyer. Charles
Burch, Robert G. Campbell, Jeanne
Betty J.
LIn 'e,nj: .ep 11, C» Sra . Lchto,
in
Dept.
551
throughout
her
career here,
A member of the Ethel Collins
Civic Club and the Grace AME
retirement.
The
Dept. 422
Shaffer during her absence..4
automatic tipper. Born in Cincinnati, she attended schools in
that area.
Ida,
whose
husband
passed
They said it was a wonderful,
away several years ago, has five
Melville P. Gorby, H. Harold Grebe,
S. Inucas,
Roger Z.M. Lucas,
Love, CRtherine
B.
Lucas,
Priscilla
Frances M.
, . . Mary Getak's bowling team
surprised her with a house warm-
Lut,hima, Ruth H. MacCalum.
ard E.
Randall
Julia V.
Elizabeth A. Marek,
Anna
P. Mareoni,
Margosiak, Tenne08ee H.
Heakin. William B. Helwig,
L. Houser, Mary P. Klos,
Ardilea D. Knapp.
Dorothy M. Knott, Joseph E. Lutton,
Edward J. Lynch, Jr., Charles E. Man-
ning,
Kenneth
L.
Maple,
Elvera
V.
Clurp. IdAnne
T. S.
McEIwaln,
Blanche
Mauger,
Mazey. Ada
K. M MeKivigan, Amy R. MeShane, Kathryn
M. Meek, Howard S. Messerly, Sarah R.
MasHitta. Earl A. McKinnie. William E.
Metello, Joseph M. Metzendorf, Helen
D. Mikulic, Genevieve S. Miller.
W. Munson. Jr.
Fred Newberry, Howard R. Newport,
Beatrice T. Mills, Loi, R. Mines,
Miller,
Roaemnry
D. Mitrovka,
Charles
Roger A. Peck, Richard L. Penn, Mary
E. Rader. Eugene M. Richetto. Marie P.
Rolko, Frederick C. Sanner, Antoinette
L. Seudier, Darrell E. Sheesley, Harold
W.
Shorts,
Streitferdt,
Anthony J.
Robert J.
William V.
Shuback, John
Sunderman,
Supek, Aubrey J. Totten,
Witivins, Max W. WilBOn,
Charles
F.
Rgymond Y. Wi]Bon.
Agnes P. Mittendorf, Anna Belle N.
Moneypenny, Phyli,8 M. Moore. Eva K.
MoBely, Louise H. Muche, Peter Muresan,
Clifford J. Naudad, Mary N. Neral,
Della Mae E. Nichols, Martha A. Norton,
Helen S. Osmon, Ann H. Ostrowski,
Ann B. Pallante.
IIoward E. Park, Claude F. Parker,
Marjorie P.
Parka,
Etta W.
ParriHh,
ing party and gave her an array
of gifts for her new home...
Our deepest sympathy to Theresa
Ezzo in the loss of her father
. . .A speedy recovery to Florence
Spelcher who underwent surgery
Warren; and Amelda Johntony,
of Girard, Ohio. She also has 14
grandchildren and one great-
granddaughter.
the
flower
show
in
15 YEAR AWARDS - Paul D. Abbott,
Elizabeth
Iife to Margaret Wiczen who was
Clyde L. Shaw, 56, a Packard
Catherine F. B*rd, John Barlle, Cecelia
Bennett, Betty L. Bickerton,
Prokop, Mabel B. Proverbs.
Evelyn B. Pyne, Frances M. Raddlffe.
Hilda L. Ramey, Bernice M. Rice, Elsie
N. Rlggle, Virginia E. Riggle,' Rose W.
Rishel, Viola H. Roach, M,try P. Roseoe,
married March 24, and also to
Vesta McCafferty's son who was
married March 24 . . . The
Bokro ,
S. Rowland:1, Jr., Bernice J. Ruddy,
sparkle
Electric employe for six years,
died of a heart attack March 6.
He suffered the attack while eating breakfast at his home after
AdamB.
Sarah D.
Allard.
Ella 0. Arm„trong, Anna D. AahlAnd,
Irene L. Al'hkey, Lena F. Balles, Margaret D. Bane, Maude B. Banfield,
G. BAringer, Clara P. Barker.
Vada R
Beatrice G. Biwell, Clarence A. Blair,
Mary
G.
Lucy
M.
Bolyard,
Henry J. Bowm,in. Ethel S. Brawdy, Mae
son, Mary U. Petiya, Daisy C. Pettay.
C. Pierce, Jack E. Plant,
Harry D. Platt, Mary S. Popa, Joseph
Ralph E. Ro , FAIth L. Rowland, John
Madaline C. Salcone, Sylvia D. Sallaz.
L. Brown, Vera W. Brown, Arlene S.
R:° S,in]Jeti;n %. MZttitalitut:
Carney.
Louise H. Carroll, Lucy M. Carmone,
MMdelyn
P.
Carione,
Robert
M.
Cash.
man, Mary Lou P. Cebula, Jewel H.
Cherry, Rose G. Ciminero, Verda H.
Clagett, Henry E. Clark, Jean H. Clem-
mens, Edna L. Collina, Zelma B. Cook,
Marie R. Cooper, Mabel B. Cori)oren,
Claire M. Costa, Lorraine H. Craver.
Bernice L. Creakman, Alma P. Cretella. Edna F. Cunningham, Antoinette
S. DeFrank. Mary N. DeLeo, June I,
Dell,
Caroline
R.
Derville,
Ethel
B.
Desmond, Delma E. Dial, Harry Dignal,
Louise
V.
Dillon,
Louis A.
DiInreto,
Valerio J. DiLoreto, Marjorie K. Dimow,
Olira
N.
Sample,
Anna
L.
Sandy,
in
Katherine
Makar's
eyes is as bright as the sparkle
of the
diamond
her finger
the
lucky
guy is on
Andrew
Phillips
. .. Max· on Johnson is flashing
SIngle.
Emma A. Slavinm, Jennie V. Sloan.
We welcome Millie Zucuskie to
Semanco, Roy T.
Serbu, Helen T.
around in a new Bonneville . . .
Sadie A. Smith. Lillian B. Smith, Jamee
the department . . . Lots of ·luck
R. Snowden, Helen Y. Stall. Anna D.
Staneff, Pearl C. Starkey, Rozoltha T.
to Betty Weese in her new home
Starnes, Warren A. Steele, Walter D.
Mary
Strader, Ruth
Supek, Bernice
Che,ter W.
. . . Mary K. Burns and Claire
Costa attended the Canadian St.
Ann Shrine . . . Many thanks to
Stein,
S. Stawerp, Leota P.
P. Sullivan, Edith B.
S. Surrena.
Tackett, Anna K. Tari:
Pauline A. Tarr, James N. Taylor, Mary
E. TerebR, R,Lchel T. Thomw, Richard H.
Murrel L. Fi,hel, Fannie R. Forde,
William J. Fuller. Margaret B. Galida,
Philip Wack, JoBeph R. Walker, Mar.
Ferguson,
best wishes for a happy married
Shand, Nathaniel J. Shand, Helen Z.
Shebestok, Dorothy R. Simon, Marian P.
Sipos, Winifred J. Siwiec, Elizabeth B.
S.
Thomption. Grace V. Traichal, Rebecca
S. Truta, Katherine G. Urm, Michael R.
Josephine B.
burgh... Congratulations and
Ipl &' 0rtv An at' ZE*% ; k 11
Mabel P. Dulaney.
Neil F. Erickson, Ida N. Eucker. Mary
P. Ferenee,
attended the Ice Follies in Pitts-
Valiska, Nellie C. Vairs, Anna H. Wack,
David E. Wack.
all the maintenance men who so
willingly helped get the cars out
of the parking lot the day we
were surprised with so much
snow . . . Theresa Ezzo is an
he was married to the former
Ella Beck, who survives.
Shaw lived in Youngstown for
16 years before moving to Warren
five years ago. He had last work-
Gene and Robert, both at home;
Any employe whose name does
not appear here and who feels
James who was transferred to the
three sisters, Mrs. Olive McClain,
Youngstown; Mrs. Della Black,
R. Harria, Truba M. Heckathorn, Mar-
garet M. Hemlick, Mary V. Herceir, Mary
B. Hill, Nina I. Hoffman.
Georgette W. Hollowell, Catherine M.
Horniak. Raymond L. HOUBel, Mary P.
Hrenko. Carl M. Hunter, ROBe R. Infante. Rose K. Ingraham, Margaret S.
that he or she is eligible to receive a service recognition award
should contact the Public Rela-
tions Office, PAX 364, as soon as
possible.
afternoon turn.
Talk abow million doUar busines,es -
the GM Suggestion P!,1,$ 6 12 01 8e 20
year, it ha, been in operatl'on has Faid ow
in the millio i lor adopted Sugg21[;0.8.
1. ¢ach of the 19,1 three yean <he 10*01
payments hdve exceeded $4 million.
ard Electric employe, died March ,
8 a t the R&A Nursing Hom£
Newton Falls.
Born July 25, 1901, in Hungary,
employe of Packard Electric for
11 years, Parti retired in 1957,
He was a veteran of World
wife he leaves two daughters,
Mrs. Louise Rininger, Warren,
test . . . Lots of luck to Eva
Grabovxc,
Joseph Parti
Joseph Parti, 60, former Pack·
He attended Morgandale Nazarene Church. In addition to his
ruaryl, 1960,
California for the State Patrol
C.
®bituary
ed at Packard Electric on Feb-
Yakalc, Eddie H. Yokley.
Mary
during April
he was the son of Joseph and
Julia Teleke Pat'ti; he came to
Warren from Chicago in 1929. An
Wilthew, George E. Woodyard, Ruth P.
Wright, Kathryn W. Wujclk, Helen M.
Goeh.
get your ideas in
Sipes Shaw. On November 8, 1941,
auntie for the 28th time . . . Jean
Kraynak's son boarded a jet to
S.
HAI(E
A LEG
A native of Fulton County, Pa.,
he was born June 18, 1905, and
was the son of William and Viola
Rolle P. iyeRt, Ada J. Wilkinson, Earl E.
Wilkinson, Dean H. Wilms, Margaret C.
Anna
:..1
. at Trumbull Memorial Hospital.
garet G. Wancheck, Frances F. Webb,
Ethel L. Graham, Anne H. Green,
Frances Gregory. Rubye G. Griffey,
Murel W. Grimm. Mary B. Grohosky,
Theda H. Guy, Jane A. Hadley. Marie
father.
shoveling snow earlier in the
morning and was dead on arrival
R. Gantar, Margaret M. Gaydos, Marie
Gmucs.
Betty Campa in the loss of her
Clyde L. Shaw
Ann H. Galiyas, Edna S. Gambone, Ann
F. Gergel, Harry W. Gibson, Pauline F,
. . . Our
deepest sympathy is extended to'
®littizarg
Ethel F. Anderson, Beryl L. Applequil!t,
Ev„ F.
plans are indefinite
spending a lot of time enjoying
her grandchildren and great-
Gladym D. Parthemer, RegiB F. Patrick,
Irene M. peteraon, Jomephine N. Peter-
Jr.,
Shirley Malmburg working in the
Blue.Print Room. Shirley is engaged to be married - wedding
of Moose, the McKinley Church,
is on medical leave . . .W e all
welcome Edith Brannon back
from sick Ieave . . . Lila Parker
Cleveland . . . Helen Greenwalt
is recuperating from recent surgery . . . Another welcome to
and the Morning Light Stars.
Upon retirement, Ida plans on
attended
It's good to have Ed Gettig back
working with us again. Welcome
back, Ed . . . Speedy recovery
wishes to Mrs, Gus Graham who
granddaughter.
She is a member of the Women
· · •A get-well wish to Jennie
Lenzi's mother who is hospital-
ized, and also to Peg Neill who
folks
16 years she has operated an
Ohio; Mrs. Joseph Patrick, of
Vienna; Mrs. Robert Dorff, of
Nellie M. Grimm, Frank C. Gross. Rich-
for Ithe Bob
Congratulations
clgars , . . Welcome to Betty
Campa who is filling in for Eula
Ida began as a sleever with
By Ann Lucik
Helen Priddy and hubby were
Robert Charles,
Packard Electric; for the past
the Mardi Gras in New Orleans
G. Light. Mary V. Lindsay, Violet A.
and the team won the Indoor
Rifle Match . . . Ray Helle took
advantage of the last of the winter weather by skiing in Pennsylvania... Bernie Flesch had his
family all moved from Detroit
They are now residing on Stewart·
and thanks for the candy and
Lingo, Iaulae N. Lombardi, Josephine
Everitt,
National Guard Rifle Team spent
the weekend in Columbus, Ohio,
in Warren.
Arthur
C.
= t pl'Y &1: IZZCI
theatre is Ihat the lions ate up all
forget . . . Joe Tulanko attended
Kenneth
early
in Warren . . . It's a baby boy,I
her
children, Patrick, Jr., of Howland; Franklin, of Wellsville,
wards.
an
and being active in club activities
eventful day and a thrilling ex-
Flanigan.
took
Drive, NW ... Welcome to Jack '
Bartko. Jack is single and residei
perience which they will never
Crawford
Clyde A. Croft, Jr., Donald' B. Crowe
Lenore N. Cunningham, Artencie Currenee, Dale A. DeCamp, Allan D. Ed-
Weitz
church, Nettie plans on relaxing
William R. Le18, Violet K. Leith, Anna
Z. I,20ko, Pauline G. Levero, Elizabeth
C.John J. Cooper, Wilbert E
a Chevrolet station wagon..,
Chuck
Plyler's.
Glenn in New Concord, Ohio.
Katie G. King,
Packard Electric and has worked
Grand Prix; and Larry Stone haa
CIausells live at 1520 Blair St.,
problems running the amphi-
Kimdus, Annie W. KurowBki, Vilma L,
Kurpe, Alberta Langenheim, Vilma L.
Kelley,
Ida Palmer
driving has
a ablue
Andy
Franks
new Monza,
white Pontiac
during
Kimler, Mary H. Knapp, John C. Kron-
enberger. Anne S. Kubinski, Robert S.
Nettie Clausell
an Oldsmobile convertible, white
Roman officials had financial
eye witnesses to the thrilling
home-coming of Lt. Col. John
T.
4/'ll'll VIS.lilli
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Johnman, Marguerite S. Jones, Dorothy
20 YEAR AWARDS - Alberta B. Albright. Clifford Andrews. Victor Banish.
Ray L. Barto, George Bayus, Jr., Robert
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for a penny is your incorrect
weight.
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One thing you can still get
Seems like the season for new
cars - Hank Becker is sporting
with a blue top; Kenny Cope is
'-
to perscrip-
the prophets !
--
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one of his passengers.
"Don't need them. I've had the
Jarabck, Betty E. Jerina, Gisela R. T.
R. Joy, Sarah L. Kashay.
Margaret G.
Kavulick, Mary P.
Kazear, Frank J. Keeley. Jr., William
dial
highway. "Shouldn't you be wear-
ing your glasses to drive ?" asked
lorie, Dorothy S. Jackson, Catherine M.
Continued from Page One
Warren area. In 1939, she joined
then proceeded to speed down the
PennayZvania School Journal
HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL AWARD WINNERS:
Leonard B. Hovanic .
Service Awards
Clausell. She attended schools in
car, removed his eyeglasses, and
Learning is the heart of life -
Joseph R. Walker, 180 Clinton Avenue, Warren, Ohio
Thomas J. Basciano
Clarence A. Blair....
Two Packard Electric employes will retire from the
Division under provisions of the General Motors Retirement
Plan at the end of the month.
Mrs. Nettie C. Clausell, Dept. 551, with more than 22
years of service, and Mrs. Ida G. Palmer, Dept. 413, with 18
years of service, will join the ranks of retirees at the end
of March.
Engineering Department
Nettie, a native of Pine Bluff,
By Jeante Pease
Arkansas, is married to Glenn
Pine Bluff before coming to the
7,793
Suggestions Submitted .
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Whoever kindles the flames of
1942 -1961
1942 *0 1951
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JOIIN D. HOSTUTLER
.
Director of Employe Relations .
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Clousell, Palmer To Retire
From uivision ims Month
and Ruth Ann, at home; two sons,
War Ir.
Survivors include his mother; ;
of
Warren;
four
sisters,
Mrs,
Frank Visnyai, Mrs. Wilbur Ham· ,
ta ,fal f P 6 n lv t ; M'S: =gn=,
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and a brother, John L. PaTti,
brother, Robert, New Grenada,
Pa.; and one grandchild.
Burial was in Pineview Memorial Park.
Warren.
Services were held ]
Saturday, March 10, at the Sec·j
ond Presbyterian Church, and
burial was in Oakwood Cenetery.'
Packard Electric Cablegram
PAGE THREE
J. W. Packard Watches Are Theme For Old Timers' Parties
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"Hey, what's the time ? Anybody know what time it is ?
Come on, we're late! 9.3 is the official winning time."
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"Time," as defined in Webster's New Collegiate Dic-
tionary, is "the allotted, appointed, fixed, or customary
moment or hour for something to happen, begin or end."
Some
people
do
not
have
received the collection on loan
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iftra ebew ,enan o :r !;hIh:e
bu' 1,
people, time has different mean-
multi-purpose pocket-watch. One
jewel timepiece, weighs eight and
one-quarter pounds.
It chimes
pocket-watch
on display,
8 37-
Ings.
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dWAatr m tah ko a, one
of the two famous brothers who
founded the original Packard
Electric Company, time was a
hobby - or more exactly, timekeeping devices were a hobby.
Over the years, fascinated by the
intricate workings of time-pieces,
Mr, Packard accumulated a
varied and invaluable collection
of fine watches.
eursquoanige n- up ai d altoeds.i«12
rectly without resetting for 100
years the day of the week, day
of the month, name of the month
(perpetual calendar), and moon
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1928, the watches, now owned by
used in everyday life. In this
collection are included a watch
the
of
mounted in a ring, a watch used
the
as a walking-cane head, and a
lady's watch designed and made
especially for Mrs, Packard. This
lady's watch is worn on a chain
around the neck and is heavily
Horological
America,
Institute
were loaned
to
Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D. C., and were displayed
there until the outbreak of World
War II. The collection was then
'
Electric Company. Included are: left to right. a
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Ricki Dunn
' Have you ever enjoyed having your pocket picked?
Maybe not, but you'll be in for a lot of laughs and entertainment enjoyment when you see Ricki Dunn, "America's
Number One Pickpocket," in action at the Packard Electric
Old Timers' Parties.
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Suggestion Winners
Walter J. Hazlett
David M. IIill
951
15.00
931
David M. lIlli
John B. Tidwell
931
10.00
101.30
931
Walter Desenberg
931
Margaret Walker 1112
Charles Snyder, Sr. 951
Sa,nuel O. Mogs
1001
Paul C. Peehura
931
Ronald C. Goss
Robert G. Plyler
Sal.
53.38
15.00
10.00
12.50
10.00
10.00
5.00
Sal.
5.00
Evelyn V. DeMarco
803
LouiHe M. Meredith
Madge N. Carpenter
Robert D. Dorff
Edward R. Cleckner
Gerald J. Wolfe
471
874
30.00
23.00
261.75
704
532
25.00
12.50
10.00
Sal.
16.13
MM,Il I;kn t= : 1
10.00
l'utricia B. Plaity
12.50
both the 25-Year Party at the Mural Room in Youngstown
Thomas Buzzelli
1174
George J. Brdek
551
James R. MeNally
61
Paul L. Heilman
551
79.43
15.00
15.00
Marjorie L Corbin · 425
10.00
Another part of the entertain-
to their belts and ties. It's all
done with such speed and skill
ment program will be "Joe
Banjo," a banjoist featuring a
sing-along audience-participation
audience are aware of what's
happening, He has performed his
pickpocket-comedy act at top
night spots throughout the United
that neither his victims nor his
as "a poor manis Mitch Miller."
States.
both service recognition banquets
Ed Scotti, "Jack Paar's Favorite Singer," is another profes-
is based on continuous service
everything from their watches
sional headliner who will appear
on the entertainment part of the
program. Scotti has made over
a
half-dozen
appearances
on
Paar's night-time television program and also has been enjoyed
by
audiences
throughout
the
act during which he bills himself
Sanford J. Csiky
531
10.00
enantte s a t n i g h t- c l u b s and
Edna W. Lawrence
Jean P. DiBell
811
871
Harry Ilixenbaugh 1103
Joseph G. Patrick
Sal.
Iris Gilliam
408
Eunice V. Rinda
811
Ralph G. McClintock 531
10.00
12.50
12.SO
12.50
12.50
A total of 985 invitations have
Tlioinas A. Kordes
Sal.
been sent to persons eligible to
Edward Chenoweth
531
33.50
up to December 31, 1961.
Since its organization in 1945,
the service recognition banquet
has blossomed to huge proportions. Only 225 employes were
eligible to attend the first celebration 17 years ago.
Raymond Bertolasio 951
Daniel Hatala
551
931
Jack V. Coodridi
Carl J. Clevinger
1012
Martin E. Kieltsch 951
931
James M. Suiliff
Ilarold 0. IImberry 951
Albert W. Wojnarski 325
Katherine I,. Mason 774
Isaac R. Aston
531
Charles C IIall
531
Our
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logical Institute of America. The above 31-watch collection and other Packard watches have set the
theme for the 1962 Old Timers' Parties.
By Dkk Penn
sympathies
to
the
Dept. 402, Days
Joe
By Anne Zohnow
Mae Noble is really on "Cloud
Parti family. Joe formerly work-
Nine !" She is wearing a beauti-
ed in Dept. 1006. Frank Visnayi,
ful diamond ring; the wedding
date has not been set but best
Dept. 1006, is a brother-in-law
···Best wishes to Lillian Smith's
wishes to both of you . . . Kath-
husband, Dave, who is recuperating at home after a recent opera-
ryn Gott is a proud grandmother
tion . . . Paul Kondzich has
in-law had a baby girl. Congratu-
again, as her son and daughter-
moved his family into their new
lations to "granny" and mom and
home on Francis, S. E. . . . Ann
Ostroski's son, Bill, was home
recently on a 10-day furlough;
dad . . . Get-well-wishes go to
incidentally, Ann is driving a new
Chevy Bel Air . . ,W e hope John
Hamas and Wilbur Pykare will
be back from 380 soon . . . Thanks
to Cliff Laughlin, Norman Jenkins, Melvin Mullins and Kenny
Angell for the cigars in announc-
their
ing
Mullins
new
baby
arrivals.
makes
The
Dorothy Long, Mary Pintar and
Florence Evans, who have been
hospitalized. We hope they are
all on the way to a speedy recovery .
. George and Ruth
Mathews spent the week-end in
Pittsburgh, Pa., visiting friends
and doing the town... Theda
Guy, Martha London and Anne
Zahnow went to Springfield, Ohio,
a
to bowl in the state tournament.
grandfather. John Kobasiar also
They said their bowling was fair,
Calvin
became a grandfather recently.
but the food was terriffic.
Suggestion Winners Presented Awards
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with audience
robs them of
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watch collection, which is now owned by *he Horo-
"Mr. Pickpocket" will headline the entertainment at
Dunn works
volunteers and
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Currently on display in the world-famous Chicago
Museum of Science aid I,dustry Is the J. W. Packard
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the W. D. Packard Music
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Stanley W. Kiwalia 313
on Saturday, April 7, and at the Under 25-Year Party at
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Dept Award
Charles Snyder, Jr. 951 $ 7.50
7.50
Delbert S. Shafer
931
Otto J. Merkel
951
10.00
Troy J. Mallett
951
10.00
David M. IIill
951
10.00
Frank E. Roberts 1012
12.50
Carl W. Ileyn
551
12.50
Robert J. Toth
951
20.78
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watch weighing eight and one.half pounds, a ring
watch, a cane watch and a gold, hand·carved watch.
for safe-keeping throughout the
Continued on Page Six
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lection of watches owned by the late James Ward
Packard, one of the founders of the original Packard
given to a government agency adorned
the case. with diamonds intaid in
Museum of Science and Industry
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Several unusual watches are part of a private col-
and which he or Mrs. Packard
war years.
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watches reached the Museum.
Examples are several elaborate
watches which were a part of
for himself. Upon his death in
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However, not all of Packard's
Mr, Packard had many watches
built especially for his wife and
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15.00
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David A. Lamberson. supervisor of suggestions, ts about to distribute
over $1600 in awards to recent suggestion winners. Left to right are:
Orlando J. Discermt, Dept. 474. $345.98: Joseph R. Walker. Plant 8,
$214.03; Anne R. Gantor, Dept. 806, $205.82; Joseph Prokop, Dept. 1011,
$358.51: and Rober* C. Smith. Plant 8, $792.80.
Packard Electric Cablegram
PAGE FOUR
GM ' Previews Of Progress"
Will Appear At Men's Club
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FOR ' THE GIRLS!
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boiler. Cook, covered over boiling water, about 45
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sugar
and Combine
V cup light
cream;egg
stiryolks
into wuh
the hot
absorbed.
2 beaten
Vt rice.
cup
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Remove pan from water and cook rice mixture over
PREVIEWS OF PROGRESS
Ing the big one thar didn'c get away, or Sis astride a
frisky pinto...can best be captured on high-speed
film. So keep a good supply handy.
stead.
During the first few weeks of
the season, it is anyone's guess
as to who will catch trout, as
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pineapple chunks. Marinate the chunks in V cup of
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As far as equipment is con- ,
if a fly outfit isn't available, For '
could try a sport that can be as
much fun as a week-end in Canada. The streams are stocked
with the most trout that will be
SING A SONG OF SCALLOPS...a dish to please a man·
Scallops, succulent morsels of seafood, need little more chan
a bit of butter and lemon to enhance their good eating qualicies.
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energy *o move the model car. A 300·watt lamp simulates the sun. The
Sunmobile is one of the demonstrations in the General Motors science
show Previews of Progress. The 40-minute stage show dramalizes the
Arrange
in four
wett-buttered
scallop
shells
or one
on apound
sheet ofof scallops
aluminum
foil in
your broiler
pan.
1,3· ' tr 16'Elr'
wonders of science before three million American students and adults
pepper and garlic powder, and dot with butter or margarine.
mAVI 7--
ful not to overcook. Serve with lemon wedges and parstey
Broil
Rame,dish
5 tois8 low
minutes,
being caresprigs.about
Quicktwo
andInches
easy, from
this main
in calories,
too.
I"U
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each year.
MEMO TO PROSPECTIVE BRIDES: The time to plan your family finances is before
the big day. Bankers suggest you and your fiand work out a sample household budget,
including
long-termpurchase4
rainy-daya savings
as vacation
well as any
savings
you your
may
need for furniture
hoped-for
of a special-purpose
new car. To help
you with
planning, the American Bankers Association has prepared a special "Personal Money
Management" booklet with sections on spending, savings, investing, using your credit
and soon. You can get a copy from your local banker. If he doesn't have one he'li order
one for you. No charge.
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scenery in picturesque
America along
Pennsylvania's
streams.
60 seconds ?
How would you like to understand how a jet engine
such as this is something to be
works, explore the mystery of controlling tomorrow's space
ships and listen to a radio which is powered by "liquid sun-
course of the stream is your guide
shine?"
These are some of the exciting
moments in store for persons a -
Club Father-Son-Daughter Dinner
when
Progress,
the
world -Previews
famous or
General
Motors
show, is presented on Thursday,
Biggest Cable Reels Get New Paint Job
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April 10, at 6 : 30 p. m. at the
First Presbyterian Church, of
Warren.
Packed with exciting demonstrations
of
science's
dramatic
role in industrial progress under
America's free economy, the 40-
minute stage show is completely
$4$3-
$2-
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PAID TO
SUGGESTERS
'48
'50
'54
'56
'58
'60
of distilled plants into electrical
18;
Oil Creek,
Centerville;
hole Creek, Pleasantville, Rt. 36.
energy with four times the efficiency now obtained by burning
coal, oil or natural gas.
THANKS
In the show, a few drops of
"liquid sunshine" provides sufficient energy to operate a portable
radio. If a method for making
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Florence Evans
and oil reserves.
The family of the late
Capsile Jet Engine
In addition to sun power, the
Previews audiences will see a vis-
Many more see it on television.
ual history of the jet engine in
Virginia Kinney
Frank Butler
Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur ( Shirley) Cauffield
Mrs. Ed Dramel
Mrs. Robert McEIrath
a working model of the first jet
which dates back to 200 B. C.,
Frances Yernlon
this sequence is climaxed by the
Gladys Moore
running of a miniature gas tur-
Virginia P. Clark
bine engine with a non-miniature
Virginia Whitacre
Helen Gross
roar. This type of engine may
power automobiles of tomorrow.
Blanche G. Johnson
Safety conscious spectators will
be intrigued by a demonstration
Mrs. Roger Love
of a new foam plastic being used
Gordon Moore
for crash pads in aircraft and
Elizabeth Corado
automobiles. The lecturer actually
proved. Previews hints at the
makes the material in four min-
tremendous secrets of power and
James H Bishop Jr.
"capsule" form. Beginning with
tists which assumes that everything and anything can be im-
utes and shows its
cushioning
energy that wait in the world of
qualities by bouncing an egg off
tomorrow to be unlocked by the
it from a height of four feet.
Science proves quicker than a
The Nagy family
Sophie Gross
Margaret Mahoffey
Mary Kosik
Marie Cummins
Margaret Kavulick
Dorothy Supek
Betty Augusta
David A. Watts
come scientists."
magician's sleight of hand in the
One of the highlights of the
show is the amazing GM Sunmobile, the miniature car that
Previews sequence in which syn-
Mrs. George Bunting
thetic rubber is produced in only
60 seconds. The demonstrator
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C, Bidinger
actually runs on the power of the
sun. It depends upon eight photo-
simply mixes two liquids in a pop
bottle and a frothy glob of rubber
Mrs. H. R. Mittendorf
electric cells located on its hood
15 times the volume of the bottle
vert light energy into electrical
'52
device converts chemical energy
Rt.
uses exciting showmanship to
car.
In
'46
in the fascinating fuel cell. This
Titusville, Rt. 8; Neshannock
Creek, Mercer, Rts. 19,58; Pit·
make science come alive for more
than three million students and
adults who view it each year.
small electric motor to move the
'44
Creek at Conneautville, Albion
Mrs. Helen W. Smith
Mrs. Anna D. Staneff
energy which in turn powers a
'42
The Previews audience will see
yet another example of sun power
greatly add to the life of coal
for its operation. These cells con-
$1-
Heavily stocked streams that
attention are: Conneaut
bear
ly across the table.
tremendous economic impact and
young people of today who be-
IN 1961
your companion,
found, this device would have a
the inquiring mind of all scien-
$5,159,543
and the fresh air around you 4
the fuel cell practical were ever
inspire more young people to
AWARDS PAID
15-inch Sunmobile moves smooth-
remembered, as the wandering
Presented by a two-man team
and narrated in understandable,
non-technical language, the show
make science their career and
provide the trained talent America rnust have to keep pace with
the promise of the future," John
F. Gordon, president of General
Motors, declares.
Dramatize Inquiring Mind
"Our demonstrations dramatize
Glenn Norton, public relations artist, finishes painting one of several 72inch cable reels, largest ever used by Packard Electric. More than 50
miles of underwater cable. made for the Philco Corporation, will be
shipped on these reels.
As the light strikes the cells, the
The relaxation from fishing
non-commercial.
"We seek through Previews to
$5-
in them all year, and you'll be
you ever rubber
seen a car
run solely byinthe
pOWer
Of the
' sun?Have
Or synthetic
manufactured
a pop
bottle
in
tending the Westminster Men s
MILLIONS
the price of a license, $7.50, you
able to enjoy some of the nicest
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cerned, a casting rod can be used
THE SUNMOBILE - WATCH IT GO!! - The amazing Sunmobile. a car
that runs on sunshine, is shown ·in action in this time exposure. The
button-like photovoltalc cells on tho hood turn light energy into electrical
4
to the murky conditions of the ·
streams at this time of the year,
4„.4+*45:0'0551;'.
sour cream with M cup 6 nely chopped crystallized
with gingered cream. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
almost anyone can. This is due
and almost any trout is easy
prey to a lure or bait dangling i
in front of his nose.
ginger. Arrange pineapple in sherbet glasses and top
Squeeze the juice of a lemon over scallops. Sprinkle with salt,
lunkers scheduled to be released,
The Pennsylvania Fish Commis·
loose in the public streams in-
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real bonanza for the lucky angler
who connects with one of the I
be put in there will be turned
1& Mim#Et46 EXOTIC PINEAPPLE DELIGHT will make the
h'V h-VISACiZT
days
four year-old trout that were to
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fonte and the 12,000 three to
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natural beauties of flower, bird and forest greenery.
Indelible
priceless
memories
of into
yourthird,
lovedDad
ones
in
vacation action
. . . Junior
sliding
land·
only
sion did some changing at the
Fishermen's Paradise in Belle-
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this year should prove to be a q
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April 14, the fun will begin, and ,
3 1
low
heat,point.
stirring
constantly
until k
just hot
reaches
the
boiling
Remove
from heat.
Serve
or cold.
VACATION MEMORIES ARE OUT THERE
'
Dept. 421
away. At 5 a. m. on Saturday,
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minutes or until rice is tender and the milk almost
waiting to be carried home and cherished. Just 'a
By Gerald C. Blinzley
Pennsylvania
salt and 1 teaspoon vanilla in the top of a double
,
b
lURES
the opening of trout season lIt E
plain
or give
it party
airs orby preserves.
topping with
almonds,
whipped
cream
The coasted
recipe
bine M cup uncooked rice, 2 cups milk, V teaspoon
l
OUTDOOR
Whether you know it or not
from Rke Council Kitchens says: For 4 servings, com-
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but everyone likes Rice Pudding for dessert. Serve it
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the Previews show, the
demonstrator uses a 300-watt
lamp to duplicate the sun's rays.
leaps out above it.
Another Previews sequence in-
cludes a vivid demonstration of
the gyroscopes which will guide
Raymond Hipple
Margaret J. Kepple
Raymond Misus
Edith Brannon
Donna White
Ada D. Rose
Rose S. Davis
space ships of the future to their
C. C. Alexander
destination just as they control
Marion Winans
guided missiles, ships and planes
Mrs. George Smith
today.
Lucille Goist
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People left to work -- 98,000,000
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People under 21 ...... ..
People left to work ....
People working for U.S.
People left to work ..
People in state jobs ..
People left to work .
People in hospitals ...
Bums,
People
People
People
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The Methods Laboratory was one of the stops during a recent tour of
Ike Division Plants by George J. Evans (third from left),senior prolect
For Better Lawns
Question - Why fertilize a lawn #
Last ycar feeding made my grass
grow too last. What did I do
wrong?
Answer - You probably used one
of the fertilizers that causes
surge growth. You can now
buy a lawn fertilizer with a
controlled nutrient release built
right in, Food is supplied to grass
as needed. Surge growth and
' mowing problems are avoided.
Question - How can a lawn fertilizer do its job without making
the grass grow fast 9
development
&
f
fertilizer
really
promotes
the
of rhizomes that
form an underground network.
Rhizoming resulting
from
12,800,000
. 200,000
. 126,000
. 74,000
. 62,000
. 12,000
Ready to tee off In the 1962 golf season are the newly elected officers
of the Division's Men's Golf League although It's still a little early. Left
to right are: Ed Grgurtch, recorder; Dick Huibregise, treasurer: DIck
Johns, chairman; Don Weber, secretary; and Norm Shaw, co-secretary.
Depf. 1114
and N. F. Uhlir, sales engineer
the
fertilizer makes a closely knit
turf without producing 811 top-
1 growth.
Question - There are so many
kinds of fertilizer in the stores.
Now can I teZZ which I need 1
Answer - You want a fertilizer
that has protein-building power.
Answer - You got bold of an old
fashioned, caustic fertilizer that
burned. Next time use a modern
fertilizer made for grass. Put it
in a metering spreader - set the
dial and walk it on systematically. There is no danger of burning the grass -- even during
By Emma Leonardf
trip to Miami, Florida . . . Get-
mother-in-law, who is in the hospitaI . . . Welcome back to Ted
Swyek from sick leave . , . Wedand
gaged, and also for Dale Likens
and Karen Woofter, who also are
and Martha Klotz are planning a
Myron Bartholomew, Dept. 415.
in-law.
General Motors produced 322,-
468 passenger cars in the United
States and Canada during Feb-
ruary, as compared with 209,452
during February 1961.
The greatest increase in production was Chevrolet which pro-
20
than during the corresponding
month last year. In the small car
area, 10,877 more cars were produced during February 1962 than
during February 1961.
Total passenger car production
for 1962 and 1961 are as follows:
Passenger Cors
1962
Chevrolet
1961
147,306 89,037
25,870 29.151
173,176 118,188
32,672 15,705
12 039
7,282
IN
IDEAS
AWARDS
1942 - 1962
Motors.
0]dsmobile Regular ............
Oldsmobile - F-85
Total Oldsmobile
Buick - Regular ..
29,963
6.983
36,946
21,189
17,372
illiistrates safe driving practices
for new and veteran drivers. It
Buick - Special ..
Total Buick..
..
Cadillac
12,633
22,622
12,357
4,965
33,822
13,531
17,322
13,527
persons since the first film was
introduced in 1939.
were transferred out of our de-
Has been introduced by General
techniques in illustrating driving
partment: Mae McGrath, Delores
Jackson, Arlyn Downs, Tyrone
Charley and Onalea Dodrill . . .
Rosaline Tarr left us to await
the arrival of. the stork, and she
was presented with baby gifts...
It's good to have Genevieve Martino back with us from sick leave
The new "We Drivers" is an
safety. It will be made available
upon request to interested groups
such as schools, driver training
classes,
safety
instructors
and
other organizations.
was shown for the first time to
newsmen attending the Chicago
FOR SALE - 46 x 10, 1961 model Great
Lakez Mobile Home. Call Eugene Nouflr,
Automobile Show,
PAX 379, or 872-2869.
14,806
Sales Department
Buick Personnel Tour Packard Electric
back with us shortly. Ralph is on
sick leave . . . Elaine Dubastk
and family moved into a new
home recently. Understand she
had a little difficulty one night
after work trying to find the
right house . . , Merv Conley's
wife and baby are visiting her
folks in Florida. It only took
Merv one day to find out hd
didn't like TV dinners . . . We'd
like to welcome Helen Fasock
back to the Traffic Department.
who
. . . Tyrone Charley's wife pre-
r:ratng:r Utr72%
George Washington's birthday,
is an anxious father-to-be...
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there... Ethel Brogan deserves
a gold star for her good deed.
Blanche Rosine's mother has an
old-time record player and she
Parti . . . Jeanne Martin flew to
it=-
recently
that threatened her trip... Sales
Department has taken on a new
look - we're still all here just moved around a little bit...
Bill Lucy and his family have
to Detroit. Bill is the new office
manager of our Detroit Office.
Our best wishes go with the Lucy
family.
old songs and she was overjoyed
when Ethel Brogan gave her the
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records.
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Recent visitors to Packard Electric were personnel from Bulck Motor
Division. Seen above In a products display room are: left to right, C. P.
Christman. director of engineering; R. C. Wooffer, chief of section, de·
sign and development: J. S. Campbell, electrical prolect engineer, Bulck;
R. P. Mason, buyer, Buick; R. M. Wilson, buyer, Bulck; R. S. Thornburgh,
FOR
SALE - 1960 Corvair, 600 series,
4-door, standard shift, folding rear Beat.
good tireB and new battery. Call EX
has had a tough time getting
records for it, but our Ethel gave
her a stack of them. Blanche's
mother just: loves to listen to the
despite the huge amount of snow
pulled up stakes and are moving
cation . . . Red Gehrlein went to
see his son who is in college
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ville. Shirley has replaced Beverly
Indiana,
Blaine Chalker went to the Mardi
Gras in New Orleans on his va-
Columbus over the weekend to
We extend a hearty welcome
3-7780.
following people
making her a grandmother for
By Aretta Burnett
Indianapolis,
the
sented him with a new son -
to Shirley Shaffer from Brace-
By Mary Fallone
We hope Ralph Hall will be
and
the fifth time... Ronald Hall
20,282
U. S.,Canada .. 322,468 209,452
Purchasing, Producfion
Control, Traffic and Systems
McVickers who came from day
turn to afternoon turn. We miss
Art Pierson, who went on days,
original production, utilizing new
Total Passenger
Cars - Canada
By Mary Fundilak
We want to welcome Mary
"We Drivers," a new all-color
motion picture on driving safety,
302,186 194,646
Totd Pas»- Cars -
bring awards
been seen by more than 26 million
Total Passenger
Cars - U. S...
PUR'fs!540
three previous motion pictures
entitled "We Drivers." They have
ple 13% minute sound film
5,250
Deph. 402 - 407 - 408
General Motors has produced
G M Releases New
"We Drivers" Film
22,987
Corvair ...
MILLION
OF
duced a total of 54,988 more cars
figures for the month of February
40
YEARS
44,711
Swul.lue ..A
Mary Totten, who is in the hospital . . . Our sympathy to Sadye
Perry in the loss of her father-
Total Pontiac ......
68 %_-1ideas
home . . .A speedy recovery to
engaged . . . Marge Dunkerton
Question- Last time I fed my
Did I make a mistake F
Cleveland Clinic and is now at
and George's parents are Pat
Bartholomew, Dept. 1114, and
i bwit, I got a Zot ot brown spots.
grass that is fresh and sparkling
green.
dren . . . Jeannette Ford, our
desk girl, has returned from
George, also is stationed there,
George has won two marksmanship medals for shooting. Eileen
Charles
Gleason, who have become en-
February '62 Car
Output Increases
Eileen Bartholomew, who joined
the WAC's, is stationed at Fort
McClellan, Alabama. Her brother,
ding bells will be ringing for
Speerstra
Charles Gillispie and his family
are enjoying their new home...
hospital for several months...
a speedy recovery to Wilbur Joy's
Dept. 417
By Theresa Zempedro
Congratulations - to Mary
Hirsch, Mary De Marco and May
Gilliand on their new grandchil-
husband who has been in the
Lesko, James Guy, and the family of Wilbur Joy. We also wish
.Total Chevrolet ..
Pontiac - Regular
Pontiac - Tempest
That is the key to healthy, sturdy
well- wishes to Bernice Dorazio's
Sally Geiak, Rose Davis, Pauline
Louise
warm weather.
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Get-well-wishes to Betty West,
Suggestions Offered
made for grass
54,000,000
44,000,000
21,000,000
23,000,000
You and me - and I'm tired
of doing everything myself.
- Fisher Body account ioined Mr. Evans In his tour. At right is Ann
Bonko, methods lab operator.
44
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etc. .................
left to work .
in jail...........
. 11,998
left to work ............ TWO
engineer, Fisher Body. responsible for Cadillac wiring. F. J. Buckley,
fleft) supervisor, Methods Laboratory,
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People left to work ...- 13,000,000
People left to work .
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People in service ....... 10,000,000
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Answer -
Dkk Johns To Head Men's Golf League
People over 60.-...... 62,000,000
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electrical engineer, Bulck' H. R. Lilley, assistant general sales manager;
p. D. Arbogast, -$<iles engineer and Packard Electric's Buick Motor Divi·
sion representative: E. L. Snyder, product engineer; and C. E. Manning,
director, reseach and development.
FOR SALE - Layton 15-foot travel
trailer. Never used. Has water tank and
pump, lights, gas heater. gas stove and
electric brakes. Call VI 7-8929.
FOR SALE - Four bedroom house with
screened porch and garage at 1618
Maplewood. Call Robert or Ruth Elwell,
FR 4-5891.
FOR SALE - 1961 Bulek LeSabre fourdoor Hedan. Contact C. H. Smith, Dept.
1107, or call 894-9545 after 6:00 p.m.
Packard Etectric Cabtegram
PAGE SIX
New Pockard Electric Sign Is District's Longest GM Produces its
75 Millionth Car
Before...
During...
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Suggestion Winners
Name
Madaline Salcone
Max W. Ste:r
Carl E. Lawson
Samuel W. Cannell
'Wednesday, March 21, was a
red-letter day for General Motors.
At 9:00 that morning a "pearl
ivory" Pontiac Bonneville conver-
Roger J. DeWitte
tible rolled off the production line
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Wilbur L Hill
and became the 75 millionth Gen-
The 75 million cars have been
interrupted only by World War
IIarmon B. Bea[es
II, when GM's know-how and
Byard E. Beachy
assembly lines "went to war." It
Nicholas Gulosli
took General Motors 32 years to
After...
Cliaries J. IIill
Dorothy A. Bates
331
Sal.
46.12
Nancy K. Terlecky
for
example,
the
classic title bout· between Jim
Jeffries and Jim Corbett back
in 1900. Jeffries missed Cor-
Richard F. Strange
Frank Dztama
Laverne B. Day
John B. Ford
12.50
12.50
David G. Harris
952
Mary H. Marek
1010
1010
408
Donna M. Salem
gracing the south wall of Plant 10. Above, left, is
Finally, In the bottom picture, Is the completed sign
bett with 156 left hooks but
LeRoy S. Seaborn
as 1* appears today.
knocked him out with the
157th.
Producing
a
"knockout"
suggestion doesn't always take
Eugene Wolbert
Clarence Cavender
Steve J. Majeher
Robert F. Cavender
week.
The earlier in April that a per-
son submits a suggestion, the
rnore chances he will have to win
a prize. Once a ticket is put in
the hopper, it will remain there
Packard made famous. At the
Packard
Electric
Old
Timers,
Tile Trumbull County Chapter
of the American Red Cross will
Party on Saturday, April 7, 94
employes will receive watches in
be in Warren at the American
recognition of their 25 years of
until the last drawing is com-
service
pleted. Hovever, there is a limit
It might then be fitting that the
of one prize per person.
theme of this year's party will be
the J. W. Packard watch collec-
The prizes and the dates on
which they will be given away
are as follows:
Legion on Friday, March 30, from
with
Packard
made a vital contribution to our
April 10: Waring electric drink
mixer, Black and Decker electric
drill, Ecko six-piece knife set;
success.
loretta L Cransee 1174
Victor Applequist 1174
Frank J. DeCapito 1111
FOR SALE - One acre lot located in
North Jackion. Contact Harry Hixen-
Charles R. Zahnow
Thomas J. Shader
Charles· R. Zahnow
Only 139 pints of blood were
collected here in two days' visits
FOR SALE - 1961 white Impala 4-dr,
hardtop. Full power. Phone Henry
Becker, EX 5-5749 or PAX 844.
Elbert L Harris
against a quota of 250 pints.
FOR SALE -
Dale E. Bell
1955 Chevrolet 1/2-ton
930
551
950
1008
1,atricia A, Waldern 874
947
806
547
947
Ann R. Gantor
With this lag in donations at the
pickup : motor overhauled ; good shape ;
steel plate bed. $450. Phone Mary De
John J. Williams
Bloodmobile, it was necessary to
Marco, LI 5-1092 or Dept. 422.
Mary Ann Mizicko
1111
P;;27 8.,IA Uned portable typewriter.
Stephen Gulacy
Robert W. Fini
4117
1123
send emergency donors directly
company, community and nation.
denied... especially when the
next suggestion may bring
423
1012
812
304
304
Frank J. DeCapito 1111
Mary H. Marek
1010
Robert J. Klein
of the Bloodmobile on March 1-2,
tion - a symbol of a man who
of "keep punching" cannot be
Dora Y. Lazar
baugh, 799-9453.
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Electric.
as many trys, but the value
to the hospitals.
10.00
325
812
Ralph R. Joyce
Daniel R. Lippert 1012
Doria C. Fetherolf 708
Robert F. Cavender 304
301
Steve 1. Malcher
are almost as big as the men who were Installing
-
804
322
It *okes big letters to make a 179 foot sign such as
Packard Electric's new identification mark now
mine the prize winners for that
10.00 '
10.00
33.00
mobility, and an apparent cusing,
the desire
formore
tomer
preference
for individual
General
Take,
Bloodmobile Visit
Set For March 30
6.25
12.50 i
15.00
13.00
15.00
there's no reason to give up,
today as they were by J. W.
raz:-1 GO yea
Ironically, watches are still
symbollic with the name Mr.
6.25
1104
1104
When a first attempt at
achieving
something
fails,
Continued from Page One
12.50
1011
Carl J. Clevinger
1012
Carl S. Bloom
951
Joseph Casamento
947
Francis A. Sollitto 947
James F. Moore
1010
creasingly high standard of ltv-
President
Keep Punching
April Promotion
15.00
23.63
20.00
and
Motors automobiles.
are as prized by their owner
15.00
12.50 |
12.50
Sal.
371
Donner
celerated production to an in-
Plant 10 as it looked without the sign. The letters
309
Norman D. Shaw
Alice W. Coffee
Denver Kellar
Denver Kellar
G.
John F. Gordon credited the ac-
them, as can be seen k the photo at upper righ*.
50.00
1008
931
324
William Schoultz
Chairman of the Board Frederic
DIV 1*101
10.00
331
313
David M. HM
25 million vehicles were manufactured.
" !1 S"C!lIR AIR iD 11 ' ¢LECT*it
12.50
12.50,
Thomas R. Hughes 1008
1008
Robert J. Banic
produced over a span of 54 years,
cles. The second 25 million were
produced between 1940 and November of 1954. Only seven years
elapsed before the most recent
7.50
12.50
20.00
Richard A. Bechtold 951
Audrey M. Falkner Sal.
United States.
assemble its first 25 million vehi-
351
Mary S. Zampedro 1071
eral Motors car produced in the
.
Dept. Award
704 8 10.00 '
Sal.
10.00
322
13.00
374
10.00
331
7.50
13.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
73.01
23.00
12.50
10.00
45.20
12.50
12.50
7.50
7.50
20.00
12.50
12.50
30.00
12.50
36.52
12.50
12.30
12.17
26.30
10.00
203.82
20.00
12.50
12.50
6.25
6.25
April 17: Automatic can opener, Arvin seven-transistor radio,
True Temper rod and Pflueger
spinning reel;
April
24:
Nadco
golf cart,
Coming Ware percolator, Sum-
1
beam electric blanket;
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May 1: Ace bowling ball, Auto-
- 09,;
crat seat belts (installed), and
electric ice cream mixer.
The prize drawings will take
place in the Division cafeterias,
and the prizes may be viewed in
the various Division display
cases.
Packard Watches
Continued from Page Three
indicates the time by a series of
chlmes.
One chime
sounds
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for Mrs.
Packard
1903, made
is another
in
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the private collection. It is an
elaborately designed watch made
of silver.
In 1918, Mr. Packard had a
custom-made watch designed and
built in Switzerland. Made of
22-karat solid gold, the watch has
a Swiss chalet mountain scene
delicately
face.
hand-carved
in
the
All of these watches are kept
in perfect running condition and
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