Business: Cherished Memory

"We cherish the memory of our dear associates who wrought gloriously in their time of service and have passed on with unclouded records. We who remain are to carry on ... with ... an increasing de sire to be of the greatest service to man kind." Thus, in Cleveland last week, spoke John D. Rockefeller to industrialists celebrating the 60th anniversary of the foundation of Standard Oil. It was not Mr. Rockefeller in person. He was hiding his 90-year-old body away from the winter at Ormond Beach,...

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