Back in the 1940's when Don Slabicki and I worked for Fred Kuser, we made monthly trips over to Newtown Pennsylvania to the George School where we presented 20th Century Fox movies to the students on Saturday nights. The trip to that affluent campus was far different from today. The road leading out of Newtown to the school was a rambling two lane road with Burma Shave signs posted along the road. I remember how clever those little signs were and how we eagerly awaited the next line in the poetic gem. Beards were not a common thing on men back then and Burma Shave wanted it to stay that way.