This advertisement would
never pass muster with the politically correct crowd of today! Even though, as with the
Washington Redskins football team,
Red Man chewing tobacco,
Indian Motorcycles, Land O'Lakes food company
(see a huge list of official company
trademarks with Indians
in them), American Indians are without exception used as a depiction of strength, high quality, high integrity, and
beauty, a very, very, very tiny minority of rabble rousers are having their way with the vast, vast, vast majority.
Somehow that has become the norm in society today. If the goal is to upset everyone and to pit good people against
each other, then it has been a resounding success. For the record, I reject the idiocy and buck their efforts whenever
possible... like right now.
Here are a few more examples of Samgamo advertisements in the
1949, May 1950,
April 1954, and June
1956 issues of Radio & Television News.
Sangamo Electric Company Ad
"Get out of the woods" with the Sangamo Pathfinder*
*The Service Proved Molded Paper Tubular
The Sangamo Pathfinder. Type 30 Molded Tubular. The better, trouble-free, thoroughly service-proved plastic paper
Introduced by Sangamo in 1946 as the first tubular paper capacitor to be molded in a thermo-setting plastic,
the Type 30 is thoroughly service-proved!
Used extensively by television manufacturers - preferred by service men - the Type 30 offers these proven advantages
... Especially designed flexible leads that resist breakage and can't pull out! ... No wax to run when heat is applied
... Element is never damaged in fabrication (less heat and pressure is used in molding the thermo-setting plastic
case) - this means greater dependability - no "hot spots."
Try these stable, '" rugged, long-lived paper tubulars - you'll like them! See your Jobber. If he can't supply
you, write us for folder No. 820.
Your Assurance of Dependable Performance
The Sangamo Tribe
Paper Mica Silver Eletrolytic Capacitors
Sangamo Electric Company
In Canada: Sangamo Company Limited, Leaside, Ontario
1899 - 1949
Posted July 17, 2015