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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 18, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaSunday it 1970 Slot Antt darn tool Erroa merchant Prince continued from Page to a would make much More Money j he could hold onto them just a Little longer. Thoughtfulness and consideration of the neighbors is More important the preacher told his the Small town son. A disappointed Penney sold them for upon townsfolk to Tell them they would always be treated fairly at his store. At the end of the first year he had done Worth of Busi Ness a remarkable figure for in 1907. Callahan and Johnson sold out to Penney. It was also when i came Back my father he year he took himself off a asked me what i did with theory Penney recalls. I told j the profits were is i his simple explanation. J the business grew Well ing into towns Large and Small. Penney would not hire a Man who smoked or has i told him i put it into two different the father asked Why the two Banks. Because if one fails i la still have part of the the yet to have his first cocktail or youngster replied. J cigarette but in later years ill never forget the smile on modified his restrictions my father s recalls pen when the Stock Market Ney. J crashed Penney poured his per if it had not been for the ear Sonal Fortune of million into by strict religious training there would be no. J. C. Penney com Pany he recalls. My father taught me Many lessons among them that consideration and fairness were More important than his last words to his son As he Lay on his deathbed were make it. I like the Way he s started Penney was graduated from High school and after helping with farming for a while his father sat him Down and chose his i always wondered whey he did to choose for me to be Penney says now. But a merchant it was and the father arranged for his first Job in the local store. Pay for 11 a month. My father did t ask about pay or vacation or benefits. He wanted me to learn the Busi Penney did. But soon health the beginnings of con sumption forced him to go West. He got a Job in Denver but quit when he Learned the store sold the same items for two different prices depending upon the shrewdness of the Cus Lomer. He Learned of a Butcher shop for Sale in a Small town 40 Miles from Denver took his life savings of and bought it. The previous owner told him that to get the business from the hotel it was necessary to bribe the chief with a bottle of whisky each week. I did it the first week but it bothered me. Then i started thinking of what my father would say about such a dealing. I informed the chef there would be no More the chef was Good to his word switched his business to a rival Butcher shop and Penney lost his life savings. He found a store that reminded him of the one where he Learned the business Back in Ila Millon mo., and got a Tenido Rary Job there. The Man who owned it. T. M. Callahan was impressed with Penney s ability and when the temporary Job was Over he asked him to go to work for his partner Guy John son in Evanston Wyo. It was the first time the concept of a Chain of stores dawned on pen the company to keep it alive. He and his wife closed All but two rooms of the mansion in White Plains discharged 11 of their 12 servants and sent their two Young daughters to Arizona to live with mrs. Penney s Mother. I went to the housekeeper at the closest House and asked her to teach me How to re Calls mrs. Penney. I was amazed at Jimmy s attitude. He was t at All bitter. I was a Little bit. I wondered Why this could happen to a Man who did so much Good for Penney never had any doubts about How he would come out. I knew How i had made million the first time and i knew i could do it again. I was broke but determined to make a new Start which i Penney served As president of the company until 1917 and chairman of the Board from 1917 to 1958 and continues As a Mem ber of the Board of directors. Now i want to live to be he says and i want those Days to be the Best of my life. My doctor says i can do the work he does from his of fice mostly concerns his foundations and his cattle ranch in up state new York. As he leaves the office for the Day he takes off his suit coat and places it Over his Arm be Ore he puts on a Trench coat. Wonder Why i do he asks. Okay Why it s because the coat would Jet mussed in the car and then it would need pressing. And press ing will Wear it out Japan s Sato begins u. S. Trip today Tokyo Apas he leave for the United states prime minister Eisaku Sato is under renewed pressure at Home to re Vise his policies toward red China As the result of Canada s recognition of peking last week. The 69-year-old conservative j Leader is departing sunday for talks in Washington with presi Dent Nixon and for an address to the . General Assembly. There also is pressure on Sato to reopen discussions with the United states on Trade particularly exports of japanese Tex tiles to the . Market. Informants said that Sato is not Likely to touch on China policy in his . Speech. Sato said on thursday he will reassure other . Members that Japan will not revive militarism. As for China he said both the chinese communists and the chinese nationalists say there is Only one China. The problem of China should be settled by the Japan now recognizes the nationalist chinese of Chiang Kai Dopey Moose eyes horses on farm near Chatham n. Y. Shek on Formosa. The China Issue Moose Calm enough but horses left stranger behind after photo h tit to Lluc vol was taken Domestic in Japan filipino huk movement May take Radical turn Manila a the slaying of aging huk Leader Pedro tar us Marks the end of an Era in annals of philippine rebel lion and May open the Way for a Youthful and More Radical movement. Tarric widely heralded As the supreme and titular head of the old line marxist huk rebels who have operated in Central Luxon since world War ii was shot to death in a House in an Geles near Clark . Air Force base. He was the last Leader of the huk old guard still in the Field. Army authorities said he was killed Friday while resist ing arrest. Some unconfirmed newspaper accounts reported he was slain by his own body guards who were after the Reward for him. Still an other news report says he committed suicide. The other huk leaders of years past Are world War ii Luis Taruc Pedro s Nephew Vjio was freed More than one year ago after Many years in confinement and Jesus lava the marxist brains of the movement who remains in jail. Government officials predicted saturday that the passing of Taruc Means the end of the movement. It had dwindled to Only a few Hundred men lately but at its Peak in the late 1940s numbered tens of thousands of armed men and was a serious threat to the government. They predicted also that it Means increased danger from b e r n a b e Mander former aide of Sumulong who split off in 1969 and established a rebel move ment known As the new ple s for the last few years gov. Oiment intelligence men have Dante still in his 20s, is re insisted that the hunks ignored ported by government officials tinged with meandering Moose finds a Home on farm in upper hew York Side Chatham n. Y. A a meandering Moose whose kind were last native in these parts in the 1800s, seems to have found a Home on a farm Here with a Herd of goats and a couple that loves animals. A Bull but no bully the Moose has shown himself a perfect guest on the 35-acre farm of Stephen f e i 1 e r Between the Hudson River and the Massachusetts state line. I can t understand Why he always comes said Feiler noting that the Moose who has been seen farther North roams the neighbourhood during the Day but returns each evening to Feller s horse and goats. Feiler said Friday i h e Moose is about three years old and weighs to pounds. A wildlife biologist at a research Center near Albany said the normally aggressive Moose s wanderlust and gentle disposition May Stem from a Case of Moose fever forum open tuesday on problems of elderly be they later offered Penney he opened in a partnership and the Golieri Rule store Kemmerer Wyo., in 1902. They whispered in Kemmerer that this Young Man was Money mad and a fool. He would open it Sunrise stay open As Long As there were customers on the streets sometimes until mid night on saturday nights. Pen Nev distributed handbills and Washington a prob Ems of the elderly and aging some of whom Are doomed to either away in nursing Homes in elected and forgotten will e aired at an open forum on Capitol Hill tuesday. Called by rep. David Pryor -ark., who has been vainly prodding Congress All year for an investigation into profit Mak no nursing Homes the forum will feature first person accounts of their Day to Day experiences by some of the elderly. The forum in the House Cau Cus room will bring together for a general discussion groups organizations and governmental agencies concerned i the in calling the meeting Pryor said that More than one million . Citizens now Are confined c i Cullars. Personally called to some nursing Homes and Homes for the aged. He said they have become the abandoned the elderly and especially the nursing Home patient finds that his voice is drowned in the quagmire of bureaucracy of problems. Pryor has also invited All members of Congress. He said. It has served us Well Pryor worked incognito As a Volunteer in various Washington area nursing Homes Early this year and shocked by conditions he found in some of them called for a sweeping investigation. As a starter he introduced a Resolution to set up a select committee which would study and investigate the situation and recommend legislation and remedies. His Resolution languishes in committee partly be cause several other House committees Are concerned with one aspect or another of the matter and have been swamped with other work. Now Pryor Hopes to stir up some action. The Public forum is As old As the idea of democracy Duke opticians dispensing optician Lens duplicated frames repaired prescriptions for glasses filled and in the past. It must serve us again Pryor said Many of the coun try s nursing Homes Are Well operated Well administered and Are pleasant places. But he said there Are others which could have been created within the pages of a Charles Dickens in the Homes where he worked he said i saw lonely committees. Bureaus commis Sions departments agencies i Ness and despair. I saw filth and and nameless decision makers j anxiety. But More than any of who affect of their i Tese other characteristics i Nal he think the word that describes the typical patient in Many of our Homes today is boredom total absolute he blames not Only the prof it making nursing Homes but also state and Federal agencies for Lack of proper regulations. Come Back sunday for an old fashioned sunday family dinner bargain remember the Good or Days when things Cost a lot less Howard Johnson s brings Buck that Era with a selection of Lour Diller enl dinners Only to Complete Howard Johnson Coiner Irby and Palmetto is. Florence s. C. Under new management cd Elena a parasitic infection that causes slow death. 1 Feiler discounted this. He s1 going to live for a Long he said but admitted that the Moose looks a Little Sato is being challenged for the presidency of the ruling lib eral democratic party in an an election oct. 29. Some Here believe that opposition parties and some Liberal democrats have raised the Chi seat Sato at the party chief and thus prime minister. The Leader of the ruling party in Japan automatically becomes prime min ister a system similar to Brit Ain s. He marxist ideology they once espoused and for their own enrichment operated extortion and Protection rackets preying on Boom town business at Angeles that caters to american service men. Although Taruc. 68, was listed As the no. 1 Man in the move ment authorities say he was ill with tuberculosis and the real strongman was Faustino Del a Issue in Hopes that it will in Mundo known As commande Sumulong was captured with out a fight in Angeles a month ago. He is awaiting trial on charges of subversion and Mur Der. To have tied himself to intellectuals advocating maoist communism. Print name address social Security no. Clearly Send cosh Check or Perm products . Box 1594 Florence s. C. 25% off these Best Selling lamps. That s Penney Days. Sale 29 6-Light Mediterranean style chandelier has hand rubbed Oak finished spindle. Reg. S39 a Sale 29 antique style fixture with 3 lights has gleaming Copper finish. Frosted Glass chimneys. Reg. S39 Sale 21 Reg. Contemporary pull Down lamp. Avocado with Walnut finished trim. 3-Way switch. Sale 51 Reg. Crystal chandelier has shining polished prisms Garland chains. Etched Hurricane shades. 499 dimmer switch adjusts lighting level from full brightness to Candle glow. Easy to install. Decorative Light bulbs. 490 each Sale s36 Reg. Bronze and Crystal chandelier has decorative scrolls Cut prisms 5 lights. You Supply the pipe and slippers. 39 99 7-pc. Mediterranean style fireplace ensemble. Black screen and mesh curtain. Tool set with stand shovel Brush and poker. Two 16" High cast Iron andirons. In Netoff the show place m charge it or Lay it away. Pen mys Florence mall. Til 9 nightly

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