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Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 22, 1977
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Something Announcements HEWS- Ttio flntm Untod bolow will iolva your problem* quickly inoxpenslvely. Reach for your t^J»phon» find use thl* SERV- rCESCOPJB for ML*Y r«Jer»n««. Servicescope Yon Wlere To Beach The Expert* I Contracting-Repairing linoflnK—.Hlillnif— Mnrvi/niTt y^lliuitirx tlhrprfiilly tllyru C«iini«i«»ll'" 1 liiniiriiiii'n CurrlcJ No Jub 'I'M lMnt or '1'uu Hniull -DIAL 2195 Building 1 Maintenance HCrftm (-Ifiuilnir — Hivnil lllimtluK of l.iilWIni-" * iiim-Mlii-ry, Kcjuf, (:lilinne.v Kfimlrliix, folitllnv—t^iilkliin—\ViiifriiruutlBg JACK O'BIUJCN liullilInK Mulntonmioe 01 J')io«nlx Avc. IJIul A C/11O W»t*rbury * °*AO you TIHC IJKST rrr FLAT ROOFING WKK Federal Roofing Co. % r r.'r y " c - Ca " 4 - 4604 Insulation Reupholstering: - Furniture fc'or Jtrupholstury, SUji Covorn w Now J.lvln/f Koom Fiirnltur* Shop At Allen's Parlor Furniture Factory i cBAND ST. Repairing and Refinishing Upholstered Furniture l-'OU ESTIMATE SWAI^SDOWN UPHOLSTERY SHOP 1*1 Sprlrur St. Union City Radio Repairs - Sales COMl'l.OTI'J WINDOW lUKl UOOIl Sl'KCIAMSTS Aluriiliiiiiii Coml and Sturii! WlndciwH THE KELOSUL CO. 030 So. Mulii St. Wutorlniry •> 1 OOfl ° J -°* <v Oil BuiTiers - Electrical Repairs Let Mo Service Your Oil Burner* Kli'ctrlcul KcrmJr Work We SprcMl'JM In •WiiHhlnj; Mncliine* ED CURETTE Now IJuvnn Iti.mJ Dial 4357 GERALD'S Appliance SnluN mid Si'rvlco All Miiki'M Kofrlji'iirutorM mill & Delivery JOHN 11)7 Spring -St. Union C'lty FRANK'S Radio Service Lutuflt (Xiulimumt for tuho check- In^, ullK'itneut and trouble WCK UP mid DEL1VEUY I'Yunk J. Tyburnkl Kx-A. A. F. IKtUlo Tech, Dial 6090 Trucking-Moving UKKIil.V TKIl'.N—')'i> mill from Cauu,, ItlMidu KlumJ, MIIHH., N«w Xurk uud T, W. UOIl'll.r.AKI) VAN LINES PHONE 3_3683 MKLHOUHNK'S TRUCKING - I.ouin - SUuiu - tSiidurs Dial 2138 Antics Romovcd Ralph and Gigante Express For KffUilcut Trucking S«rvlc:o NOTICE I, hereby sive -notice 'thut I have received a rate boo.k for a tax on the Grand Lis£ of 1945 District No. l of 21 1-4 mills on the dollar .payable July 1st, IMC. On and after Aut;ui:t 1, 194C, interest nt the rate of 6 per cent per annum will be charged from July ;Ut; 19-10. 1 will be at the Tax Collector's office, Town Hall Building, every day except Saturday from i> a, m. to 5 p. m., and Saturdays, 9 a. m. until 12 noon. And Thursday and Friday evenings from 7 to 0 durlnfr July, for purpose of receiving said tax. Dated at Naug-utock, Conn., thia iMih day of June, 19-16. PATRICK F. McKEON, Tax Collector. Employment Help tVunU'd—Male WANTED — Koct'iit collcjje graduate, chemist or chemical engineer, for work ns an assistant chemist hi rubber laboratory of a plant located in Southwestern part of Connecticut, State in detail in first handwritten letter: Age, education, experience if nny, and remuneration expected. Ru- piy Box; "C" care of News. I-'HAVE-TBUYEHS -"for 'i-2-3' lam-' ily houses. Call or see JOSEPH V.' K'OSKO, 3 Union St. Tel. 492g or 2052. .- •'• " •'••- ;'• Land Pot- Sate FOR SALE—On. Lopus! 'road. In Beacon Palls,' a fine building lot 100 by ICO, cr-llnr already duff. Pine location, 5 minutes to Beacon Falls center, wonderful view. Price,',$1,000. Inquire of Chas Si 1 Sargent, Auditor. Phone G2J, Seymour, MAGAZINE AGENCY Renewals or new subscriptions. Anything published. A gift subscription brings, interest, information and entertainmen-t all the year. Ideal -g-lft for. birthdays, graduation or Christmas. -. MILDRED C. GRUMMAN 8 Rockwell Ave. Dla!,2-J70 0 Real Agenta SALE—Move right In—9 room one family house,'' all improve- •nents, two car garage, one acre beautiful level land. Splc and span condition. One mile from center, on bus line. This homo fit for a great big fam'ily or for someone wishing' to have 3 or 4 roomers; Act or you'll be sorry. Also 8 family block, A-3 condition, In Union City. Very nice buy. Patsy Labriola and Son Phone 34r>8. OVIBlfi V. I'HLLIBERT Real Estate—General Insurance COO So. Main St., VVaterbury Call 4-S034 or 5-3148 .J. Hfc'NKY KKITLIKOSKI 11KALTOB 64 City HUH St. Ph. (1178 WANTED—MILLVILUS BRASS FOUNDKY. API'LY 844 AVE. MAN to operate gas station Ap- |j!y in writing, giving: age and experience. Box B, News. Help Wanted — Female GHU -- Vicinity East Koud, to care for childrnn two evenings a week. Transportation • provided. Phone 27CS. For Sale Fur Sale Real Estate Wanted 7a Taunted To Rent YOUNG iiXKC'UTJVK, local plant ile.Mires suitable 5-G i-oom rent. Musi be available by Sept. 10. Box L, ciii-e of NEWS. WANTKD — BV YOUNG COUPLE (VET>, 3-1 ROOM RENT, REFERENCES GIVEN. Phone 0338. REWARD. WANTED—Fumlly of three seeks 4 or 5 room apai-tmenl. Martin Siuzdalc, J23 Golden Hill St. NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS. PLUMBING AND HARDWARE. LICENSED PLUMBER, A. L. HOTCHKISS, MAIN .'ST. BEACON FALLS. DIAL 4344. 13a Truck Dealera-Servlce . l'AP£IUiANGING' und PuJnUnit. High Brnde workniunnhlp. 1'hone 4-0857 -Wtbry. Joseph San AII- g-elo. ' ••••:-,-. W. J. ZZtNSKI. I'aper hunKlng and painting reasonably done. Work guaranteed. 11 Spring St. Phone 6478. ' • ..-,•:...; . .. 1'ulnttnir MEW FEDERAL TRUCKS TJow Avallttbla All Sizes from (1 1-2) Tons & Up MODERN GARAGE SALES . and • SERVICE 028. W.fttertovvn Ave. , 3-1408 LARGEST SELBCTION OF .SEAT COVEBS IN WATEBBURY WATERBURY TIRE SALES 379 West Main St. Phone -1-1545 16 AUC08 ONE THOUSAND CARS WANTKD—Top prlcea; upot I want 29's — 30's — 31's •—o2's— 33's — 34's — 35's — 36's — 37's-— 38'H — 39's —40's —41's and 42-s. Phone, write or drive In today, BILUE' FITZPATRICK' 1S60 East Main St. ' Phone 4-4841 OPEN EVENINGS TURN IN "XOUR CAR NOW MY PRICES ARE TOPS KEN JOHNSON 1803 N. Main ,St. f.'all Waterbury S-17SI7 Automotive DON'T FORGET Your Best Bet For Selling Your Automobile Is To Drive It To Where Highest Prices Are Pnld. BRASS CITY MOTORS 1212 So. Main St. Waccrbury Next to Big Dollar Market Or Call Us at Waterbury 4-9889 ACT PROMJTLY. 1, 2, 3 family houses painted J2QO and up. Skillful workmanship. Ploskl Eros. Call 5473: . . • . WAL F. COT*, taper Hanger tuid Painter. We carry compensation. 1 Cross «t. Dial B4BC, 1 or Bill. NACGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, .TULY 8, 7046—PAGE >9m Article* for SMo SELLING AGKNTS—For Security Steel Files; Harter Steel Posture Chairs and B. L. Mai-blc Wood Chairs.. W. E. KELSEY OFFICE & FACTORY EQUIP., 3-M Pearl .St., Hartford, Conn. Tel. 2-3603 or 2-2062. BLANKETS—BodKprciwtt, »l!p COV- ere, rug's, draperies, nlnon curtains, etc. Merchandise shown at your home without obligation. Pay OOc weekly and up. R. Sharpc, 320 N. Main St., Wtbry. S-5S32. "DEATH TO KOAC11BS" will rid your home of roaches und ants, or money refunded. 51.25. Adams or Union City Pharmacy. 30 MlsccOaneotu PEARL BCTTOXS — Ulck-ruck, braids laces, bindings la larg assortments. Reliable, 87 Scovll street, Wtbry. ?AJNTI>iG und papertuutelne done. ,Call 2977. John. A. E. Johneon. Hnuslug £ putnttaff. Spo- Dg on Interior Work. Call for Estimate!!. Tony Mariano, 93 Oak St. Tel. 2059. Merchandise Machinery A LAUGE QUANTITY of used machine shop and production machinery, all late type tools in excellent condition. Can be seen under power. Fairfield Equipment Co,, 70 Sanford St., at Railroad Station, Fairfiiild, Conn. Phone 9-OS23. SI Locai and Private Inntructor* MAHTONE SCHOOL, I (Ml Grand St. •3-3C77, Dance, Voice. Music. Reducing. Register Mon, July 8 (11-9 p. m.) Animals Poultry And! CUSTOM HATCHING CHKSHIKE HATCHKKY THONE CI1KSUIKK 605 37 Bli«irieNN Siori lco« Rendered GUARANTEED REPAIRS — All makes machines, vacuums. Uscc machines bought. Singer Sewlmv Machine Co. Waterbury 4-4305. TRKE EXPKKT —Fruiilns: anil spraying of frftlt and shade trues, Trees removed. Veteran of World War II. Gordon Phelun, Wtby. •"OK SALE—Nine room, 1 family house in A-l condition. Could bo easily converted Into 2 fum- lly. A. Shepley, telephone 2433. Announcements | LATK MOUK1. CAKS WANTED | PACKARD-WATERBURY, INC. 482 Ws.tertown Ave,. .Dial 4-6108. Waterbury 4-3569 'OK SALE —2 family, 10 room house, extra large lot. C'.ty Hill street. 2 family house, Forest St. Call 5001, John Healy, 118 Church St. Welding Auto Repairs BRIGLIA'S GARAGE 151(5 So, ftluhi Wuturbury Cmirriil Hi'milr* Kucllutorn Jd-|iiilrcd lined C'urn Kiiiiclit * Hold 2-1 llotir Towliiu Swrvtco Call 3-9442 siiniini/i> stution AUTO co, <.'III-H C'ullril Fur ami DrllvrrcO M West Mulii St, •VVutorbury Call 3-3256 KOR I'OUTKAITS OK DISTINCTIO.V I'hoiio 'J7S(I LYLE & SARL PORTRAIT STUDIO II No. Mitln St. LEO'S WELDING SHOP OUK I'OKTAIILK WKf.DfiK OOKS ANYWilKKU - ANYT-.riH Oxy. Acut. — Tank und I'fpe lli'livy I'lntn — Ornmncntal Iron 1515 SO, MAIN ST.. \VATEKBUKY Call 3-9442 Tires — Radio Repairs BARIBAULT'S RADIO & TIRE SERVICE (!20 So. Main — Wutcrbury .Vuw-l.'Kcil T'rcs Auto Aocc««orle» JUullo IlppalrH Giuiranteed By Art ISiirlbuult 4-1879 or 3-8466 For Sale HouHtw for Sole SOUT1IBUKY — Desirable 7-room authentic, spacious Dutch Colonial home-. 3 tlraplaces, improve- nients. New barn and poultry houses. TiO acre.-; land. Low tax. fi-ice $in,000. E. Marcloh,, P. O. Box 272, Ncwtown. Ct. 5-12-2. Phon.0 FOU SALK — I(i room, 4 family house. All Improvements. In Rood condition. Centrally located. Price $G,000. A Shcpley. Phone 2-133. llu Pomunnla MONUMENTS Special Prices On' All Memorials W. RICHARDS—200 So. Main St. —Dial 3-187 ACCORDION LESSONS—You can learn the correct technique of the .\ecordlon. No accordion necea- 8a<y. At Meoca Music School, 203 Bank St., Wtbry.,'4-1422, CASH FOJt ENTIKJE Wa will buy or sell on comraia- slon oasis anything rrom a single room to an entire estate, specializing in rare antiques. Phono or write OR ATI IE ST. AUCTION Galleries, Nev England's Pineal Auction Galleries, 21 Orange' St., New Haven. Tel. 8-0896. lid Business Opportunities \VI! KKATI'KK ril.MI'I.KTK STOCKS Or VACATION SLACKS MIMI'H—I'lllitx NliciH— 1 EMBRUSKE THHKE. FAMILY HOUSE. Very (,'ood condition. Residential section, abjut fi minutes from center of Naufjatuclt, i'<t floor, hot water heat; 2nd floor, Mot uir. Call -1279. TWO—TWO - FAMILY HOUSES FOJi SALK. CALL M2-1 AFTER li t, M. LI;ARN OF TROFIT POSSIBILITIES in new Montana oil iiclds. C. ; ip ad, mail to Montana Oil Journal. Dcpt, 59, Gn;at Falls, Mont, Get four issues FREE! FOR SALE—IN UNION CITY. A goin;; restaurant. Full lliiuur II- Ccnm:. Call or aee Joseph V. Rosko. 3 Union St. Tel.. -W2i or 2f>52, Automotive For Rent l-'OJt IMMKDIATli OCCU1MNCY. C room Tlat, 3rd i'loor, .Tewly renovated. Adults only. Write Box A, care Of News. Sales—3«j-v}ue FRED'S MOTOR SALES Used Cars—Bought—Sold 379 W. Main St., Wuterbury Dial Wtby, 4-4B10. 17 Service Stutlotu—Repairing JOIS'S GA11AGE —General repairing—motor tune-upe, (Old State Highway Garage) Curtiss Court. Joseph Angriollllo, Prop. MAPLE STREET GARAGE "'• 17CW Maple Street John Rlmkus, Prop". Repair work On all makes of caUl Reasonable prices; prompt service. Phone 5102. Used Cars Bought—Sold JACK'S AUTO BODY SHOP 106 South Main Street Bodies, lenders, straightened, repaired, etc. Also cars painted. Telephone 6159—5912-^3204 24 Hour Towing Service Household Article* FOB SALK — Baby Grand piano (apartment -aly.e). Excellent con- j ————————— —— dition. , Price S325. For appoint- I CESSPOOLS —And ment pbone Naus- 3804. FOR SALK—Bed, spring-, bureaus, oil heater, jjramaphone. Inquire, 502 Rubber avenue. SELLING. OIJT! — Combination stoves, combination radios, bedroom sets, chrome kitchen sets, electric range, ;misc, household articles. Also 2 fam. house with 4 rooms furniture for :;alc. Inquire 350 Baldwin St. Wtby. BUY 3 BOOMS — Of good furniture reasonable. Includes Living room. Bedroom. Kitchen set with numerous accessories. Albert's, 2G8 South Main St. Phor.e 4-3144. FOR SALE—Piano, -1 burner kitchen gas stove. Also 2 burner oil stove, 2 radios. Burgains! Inquire 27 First avenue, Waterbury, 4-2G37. septic tanks cleaned, repaired and installed. All types of suburban sewage disposal work. For prompt nnd dependable service call The Conn. Hydraulic Co., Waterbury 4-998S. Business Service ELECTRICAL Wiring * Il«l>ah ing:. W.T specialize In satiafac tion. All work .nsurod. SVasb Ing machines repaired. Ray Deck er. Dial 4000. WINDOW CLEANING—Stores and ofllces. Prompt jervica. W;itcr- bury Window Cleaning Co.. Waterbury 3-JC18. AUTHORIZED HOOVER SEKV- IC15 by factory trained man. Tel. 2251. Carlson's Furniture Co. SAVE your 'furniture wit")) '"SngPruf." Cbalr $8.73; divan, '$18.SO. Work dona in your home. Dial Watarbury 4-3319. State-wide servic«t. "THE GREEN YEARS" STARRING LEAD AT THE LOEW POLI. Now pl.iyinir .it the Locw-Poli theater is. the wonderful motion picture "The Greon Years" starring- Charles Coburu and Tom Drake in MGM's poignant 111?" version-of A. J. Cronin's best-solk-r of the same name, .erlinf; portrayals on the part of a superb ca.vt; the diKCProfntf di- ;-eeiion of Victor Saville; and a beautiful production job by Melro- Goldwyn- Mayer, inalce this heartwarming film one loiifi- to bo re- membercd. The new jjlcturc, which opened nl the Poli iheatci- yesterday, traces the life of Cronin's fictional hero, Robert Shannon, from his arrival as u lot into iho forbidding atmosphere of his Welsh foster-homo through the problems of his childhood, iidolescence and growth into young manhood. The youngster's attempts to adjust himself to the confictinc demands of such eccentric members of his household as the '.lorn- incering matriarch Grandma L*c- kle, the. embittered Kate, the moralizing I'upa Leolcic and the opportunist Adam, give rise ;o situations which vnry fi-oin comedy io tragedy, but tliu boy is Riven solace and strength in his touching friendship with the understanding Grcat- ;jr;indfather Gow. The part of this delightfully huinun old m;in is otic of the choicest acting plums of the year and is payed to ihe hilt by Charles Coburu, who gives the role ' f a. lifetime, .1 chuckling humor s well as a nervadlnj; warmth inu heartiness. Also on the same prop,ram is "Freddie Siep.s Out." \viiji Kreddio Stewait and June Preisscr, AUTOMOBILE—Kubber floor mats —$3.75 and up. JOE'S TIRE SHOP 1 N. Main. Wtbry. Cor. Cooke St. WEDDING outflto—formol gowtut, ready-made or made to order. White Bunny jackets, black velvet wraps to rent. RUBY'S BRIDAL SHOP, 2nd floor, £55 N. Main St., Wtbry, 3-183-1. I7a Auto Painting-Body Work AUTOMOBILE PAINTING—Welding. CAKS PAINTED f!iO. 'aim's Faint Shop, IS Autumn St., cor. Piedmont Wtbry. S-83G7. 18u Bouts And Accessories KOWBOATS — Evlnrude outboard motors; new anc usia. Telephone Bristol 9922. Contractors Contracting Bear Wheel Allgrnln^-Autn Painting Body & iFcnder Work EBNIE'S AUTO BODY WORKS 188 Watertown Ave. Wtbry. 86211 29 Wanted To Buy WANTED — Roasters, Broilers. Fowl, Turkeys, Ducks. Hisheat prices! Whitlock Farm, Bethany. -Tel. 3-:912. Article* for Sale FO/1 SALE—Studio couch, round oak dining room ttable, 2 living room chaiis, odd table, odd chair. 'All in good condition. Telephone Waterbury 5-0633. FINE ASSOBTMEN7' of sturdy hi-chairs, $9.95 up. Loads of toys lor kiddies. THE RADIO SHOP, ISO Grand St., Walerbury. FOR SAL-K—Ijitly's bicycle, practically new. Dia! 4-1-13 after C p. m. S» Professional Services GOLDIE'S CAMKKA SHOP 8 & 16 mm. Movies On Sale Now. 17 Grand St. Wlbry. Phone 5-1876 CUSTOM KJE Special 2-pioce Suite ......... $5S GRIFKI.N UPHOLSTERING CO. Naugatuck 440V Business Service HAVE YOUR ALTERATIONS DONE; AT CARMEN'S CUSTOM TAILORING S-Day Cli'iiiilnc Service 117 So. Main St.—Dial 2011 39 Wanted To Xlcna<!r Services WE KEPAIK nKFKIOBllATOH?- AU maker.. Coldspot, Apex, Cop* land, Gruno, Kelvlnator, Cros ley, Stewart-Warner, etc. Stol» kal and son, 202 Cherry St. Waterbury. 4-0719. PINE COMEDY IS SHOWING NOW AT STRAND THEATER . There is enough entertainment in the star-filled cast and song-filled plot of "Two Sisters Vrpm Boston" (o furnish hit material for several motion pictures. But so adroitly have Director Henry Koster and Producer Joe PiisU'rnak assembled their profusion of talent in the new M-G-M musicn], now at Uu> Strand theater, that one ncvvr seems to Set enough of IC.-iihryn Gi-ayson, June Allyson , Jjiuritz Melchlor, Jimmy Durante and Peter Luwford. Seldom has a screen musical offered the public- such ,-i variety of attractions for both eye and ear 0.1 is contributed in this appealing and Richmond, The companion feature is "Passkey to Danger" and features Kane laugh-etched narrative of a little Boston miss who scamhjizes bur prim family by .->:nuin« off to New York ami slurring in :> rowdy Bowery joint revue in which the inimitable Jimmy Durante as pian/st., raucous-voiced .singer, hoofei 1 , ,-ind general mailer of ceremonies, keeps things moviny ul a furious pace. Not only do we have Durante and Kalljryn Gj-ayson doiiw such howling numbers of an earlier period as "Down by the Ocean" and "Two Silk's to Every Girl"; Miss Grayson singing several concert numbers, and again ] a t or lining nor _ self go in brilliant operative performances; but also the glorious voice of Laurflz Melchior, one of the greiitcst tenors of today. And while June Allyson'.s contribution 10 the procoedinKS, for the most ]>:irt, is in tlie dramatic line, she, ul.-.o winds up with a song-and- dancc number with the hilarious Duranto, Illl'/. SAWYKlt ,;,..,,. v ,^ K f,,,.^.. : .,y ll ,.,^^~..,~ r ,^^,~r-,.. .wr-fl &k:"gy£^^^ (T)ERHAP5, WHEN IT COMES TO WOMEN, •JSWEENEY'S A 3AP. HE'3 UNTIED PRIEDA, JVEM PUT DOWN HIS CARBINE. By SILLY I>K 5JKCK IJARNBY GOOGLE *ND SNUFFY SMITH 1X5 TOO REALLY TRUST ME ? WILL YOU aOSE YOUR EYES AND PUCKER YOUR UP5 SO I CAN G-IYE YOU A REAL r"r»«A rv !••• r" f t^t f- r^ LjP * t t HAFTA GAT snow I ' TOTTER BUG TH' Nice 'TAT£R H6XL HAUE ALL TO HtSS£'F IF'N HE WINS WAAL. I SWOW! SHUCKS! PRIEPA ISK GEROUS. BUZ HAS HER WRONG. J'S PRETTY LIKES ME, RAZORBACK GOSH .'YOU SAY A BEAUTIFUL GIRL IS COMING INTO MY LIFE > =T .HOME ;' WOOTIN' HOILER D.AR8V - - Bv WAX.L.Y BISHOB Bv MEL GRAFF NKCRKT AOKNT XO CASA SHE'S ON STOPLOOKLJSTEN MILLIOrl.-.RDLlR HUNDRED FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND....SAY.. LISTEN!.'.-THERES NO rtOUSE NUMBER LIKE THAT IN THIS TOWN!! ,.WHW STREETISrf STREET, IT ON? WHERE DOVOU SOT THAT SUC< OKK FROM we F.B.I.-WIL til'Z THE GUV vWO Ptf\ Mi OH ICE'. I'M TO MAKE HI/H 50«RY HE (AMPEO OK M TBAIi.! THAT CROOKEO /MOOTHPIECf ( WRlTTEN THE NUMBER OF Ml CASA...WDUSE! WOK, LWER-LlP&.-.TOU'RC car OF THE CLINK- APTER T TOLC3 HI/M WHERE I. MID TH6 DOUSH- FIGURED, VJITH Hd A10LOIN6 SENOR! .JUST THEES UM8ERJ WUMX ON THE " T vou THERE By PAUL KOBIKSON I KNOW.'-BUT IPS " j LEAVE IT* YOU MEAI2 OF AWV-| L, 70 U£'' THINS.?-BUZZ. ME KTTA KBIT _ _ " NCW I'M . JAMMED INTO A c—~ . i !• — FOUB OTHEB GUVS. _:_ Bv WILLIAM KITT and CLARENCE GRAY. I'M SWELATINIS Our A NEW SONG,- HOWS FOE FINDING MET A QUIET reCOM SOME: -LIKE I SAID, W/LL'BE PLAYING MAYBE MOEE RE6T ^ERe,SANDY,WHILE I <3O GET ONE OF THE filHLS AND A STRETCHER FROM THE PLANE.' WE M APE IT, KID .'J MUST. BE cor/' HE PERFECTLY STILL, SANDY- IF I MAKE.A MISSTEP, WE'RE BOTH GONERS/ A BIS .. OROEI2' ^n^M*5^

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