The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 20, 1944 · Page 5
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Clinton, Indiana
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Page Th e ,,(' ! i T II E DAILY CLINT ONI AN WediiesdfiyT Jpcwiuer 20,101 1 American Kafly aj T Coring hoiiois,, ringing jn W'vcj. bas kets and U'f-e Ire" llirowH. Dana 1 1 il Sfohf Klewail and Hamilton divided honors I'ur Dana, with st-warl scoring lour baskets and four five (brows and Haiuil'oii, I'mii buckets ami one l!"" tt's. Clinlnu Klov.rd down lu ii w;.lk Hie !riiinl iiiiiii-iri', wttli Ct.. i-li H'irtoti ing out 'll(iil lieW ft KWlctl il llli; I r 111 I ,i Hit f iolIK on the i.t" ; season un Hit1 Lafayette floor and Wat.on. Smith. .Iiii.h'k. curry mill , w.1( ,.,.,,.,,, ,hP Archer aeeonnle.l I'M' Hi" ." Hour Jlrhlllv B,.1(:,.d , wln by coin-work Intel! Ill Un' CIlllUlll M'Olilll'. I, 1...1.1...1 i.. ,i. i,.i i,ir . .... i ! """" " " '"""ru ",r Tl..- l!.lr! Me, .',d lait-jC.dtng basket a minute and ha I ' M. 1 '"' A,i" seating bcrnrc Ih game ended. The Ttgers -ml 'a,. u, .-on,,, wnliin 11 now have won lour a...e. and loat polnta i.r Clinlon nl .ho en.l. or the two Kl-iiiyi No re Dame whose lowest score ... . r , , ,, ., T ram resumed to the ranc- season is 57. broke all III r- flainr brines in the fourth per- vlous records by ,.I1IK up 91 point. tod. immplng the hall Imough with against I.ora, College of Dubuque , . n ..,,., :n t,: .... T ' ' '". t lT. lenT 'oni... rmmj r aimon's next game will be one I Score of the losers was 44. How. the loudest of the season .-ver. the resulted In a knee wjl(1(,.t ,.,,.,, urf aKaiust the! injury lor Billy Hasseti. Kuard and - ' K,,day j , of the Jrisl,' most valuable Play- niclit. The tall, husky .Streaks are era. Vince Boryla. Willi 23 point In prove pretty ,m,cl, o, a nU'llilCi' lO nil' ' iHH v, i;u ui ut- UiHr third Wist CVntrul Confer-t ence came. The Clinton Kittens made a clean sweeo of hist night's encounter when Murnhv .and Archer led them a 20-11 win team. Sunitna ries: the Dana P i i ! ! r Jordan, Juanita Jackson, Dill Co-gan, Max Botartli. Collett HID, Frank Marrelll, Fred Gross, MartliaJ Pcsavento, Dorothy Snowberry. Julia Ann Giovaninl, and Johnny Ferguson. Chaperones al the parly will be Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Boyd. Miss Gertrude llerron, Miss Dorothy Hughes, Miss Hazel Laughlin, Mrs. Catherine Fougueis and sponsors. Miss Taiiui Lahti and Miss Eluora Marietta. No admission fee will be charged but each student is to bring a tn cent gift for Ihe grab bag. The gilts will be distributed by Santa Claus during tl.e latlrr part of Ihe evening. First Archbishop Installed in liitcs In St rite Capital IND1ANAPOLIS, ind. --- The first archbishop in the history of Indiana was installed Tuesday following ce remonies at SS. Peter and Paul cn - Ihedral in Indianapolis. In which high Roman Catholic dignitaries par - ticiiint...! He Is 52-vear-old Archbishop Jos ,epb K. Kilter, D. D.. who was born at New Albany. Ind., and once worked in his father's bakery there. The Indianapolis diocese was elevated to the status of an al'chdln- icese during the ceremonies, aim thus becomes the metropolitan see ,of the state, which includes approxi mately 360.000 members of the Roman Catholic church. fhe Most Rev Amlelo Giovanni Cicognaoi, J. 1'. D.. apostolic dele gate to the United Slates, conducted the installation ceremonies. The in-, stallation sermon was preached by the Most Rev. John T. JlcNicliolas, 'p. P. Archbishop of Cincinnati, who also presided .in 1934 at the time khat-Archbishop Ritter was enthron- ed as bishop of Indianapolis. Five other archbishops, a coadju- , tor archbishop. J4 bishops, several! mousiguori, abbots and approximate! ly 400 members of Ihe clergy took f part in the rites. j Archbishop Ritter attended New J Albany parochial'schools at St. iMein-1 rad's Seminary. He was ordained a ; priest in 1917 and was appointed' assistant pastor of an Indianapolis j church, St. Patrick's, before being j transferred to SS. Peter and Paul. ! First Iron Ship Sergt. Josiah Whitcomb and a unit ' of U. S. marines went aboard the USS Michigan, first iron ship of the U. S. navy, to serve as the new , ship's marine detachment. The vessel was fabricated at Pittsburgh, Pa., and its parts transported overland by ox carts to Erie, Pa., on i Lake Erie, where it was assembled. . Dairy Exercise Some fresh air and exercise in a 1 dry, clean bainyard will improve the general health and com foil of dairy cows if the weather is not too cold -or stormy. ATFIBIT W0FA SI I UMIidiMS mm JSfeSi SPECIAL We Will Not Serve I ! - ; , Wildcats Score Easy Triumph Over Dana Five Foster, Ilungerford Lead Cats to 52 to '&! Victory Oxer Dana Crew; Cals In Drills for Wili'V Meet Clinton's Wildcats chalked tip their second hardwood victory in llu' coun.y and Ih-lr lour,!, fur the ... aon last uiglrt as II,.' ,,l,,l .1,.' Da- .,a Aggies 62-35 In a fax. cage game. The Aggies, coached by former '. CI nton Ugh School teacher Uerinie Mi-Donild Jriiled all the v vZ L-fmLi, r TTr 4 a. the rs ou.rTer B : t,r "d we,:rr;nis3T - 26 at the end of the third ouarter. The game started out fas with W.metrford' and Foster "hoarhead- E Clinton's atltck whic'l e the lug Clinton s attack w In, h set he Aggies back ou tl.e.r heels fro,,, tl.e ,,. Foster, who today takes his pro- Induction exam for military service gave himself' a' good send-ol'f when be snared 12 of the 21 baskets scored by Cliaton. adding two free throws for good mnasure. Hungerford came in second for STUFFED TOYS! iher iiuflcd animals. Qlis bam $i.l9t fcSrv Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quick! If you Buflcf tniro rhelimatlr. arttirts or nrnrlt putu. try tliln H.iue.f inL'.p'iislvK liume red.- tluit tiiusjtiirtff jirc uBlu:-. fii't a ii..rK-iifip of Ru-Kjt (''iiiiiniuiid. a two-vft'li H'Tiily, lurlay. Mix . wttli a ciuart of uattr. ailil ttio Juli.c of 4 Ji'luoWH. Its caey. Ha trnubtp at all and iiloafiaHt: You Lrifl only 3 taliiuam,''!!-fuls two tulles V ilay. Oflpn wit.jin -If hours somrtuIK'fl ovctnimit sijlf'ialld rfsclui are otitalnud. If tfi Cains do not (lull klv Ic ivo and If you do not foe. Ih'IUt. nturn tl.e rwpty paakaiic .and Kli-Kx lost : . on notJi lag lo try as It ,8 Said lV Jour UnuaiUl uiaiir sn iilmoliile iia -hi;k KUara iter. Hi-I :i t :omioiind Is for f: 'a aart r. Kri naiiiut. .1 l.y OdliH t'lininisity and drug hlori.s rvrryivijcr. We have Iiad two losses recently in which the insured was under - insured and have had to take losses. Your Insurance is just as important as anything else you own or buy. Check yoiir automobile, extended coverage, and fire insurance. If you do not have adequate insurance. can U.S. Call "PltOXK :vm Agency Ijslabllslied in l:i(.6 All Jesses. Taken ( arc of J'roi.,..l l,v. We Will in , of ling to .1. Ni he to : 'in ! ;hae 1 ie, J J I to in a FC FT PF - 12 2 1 .. ti' ' 1 ;i . n 1 o 2 . o 1 f .732 - 0 II 4 1 " 3 0 . 1 , 2 -1.2 1 -001 . 21 n in FC, FT PF ... 1 2 0 . (I 0 2 -41 2 . n - 1 1 1 ii :i 2 .4 4 4 tl 1 1 . 11 12 17 0 the charter aa the statement of the United Nations' moral uluis ob jectives toward wlilcli all Allied na tions presumably still are striving. The presidential disclosure, thai ueilher he nor Mr. Churchill had formally signed the Atlantic state ment bad the effect of placing new emphasis on the Dumbarton Oaks charter of great power plans for postwar peace. Since tl.e Atlantic Charter, under presidential interpre tation, Is to be considered a state ment of Immediate war alms, tl.e Dumbarton Oaks plans for the postwar world immediately, emerged as Hie basic framework lor long-term rnlted Natkm collaboration. Flit 'ifriMie Mac? Tri4 . Mr. Roosevelt b disclosures bollt the Atlantic Charter came almost accidentally. His discussion occurred at a news conference which "marked his return to Washington after a vacation at Warm Spring, (ia., which had been In progress since Nov. 27. On questions of foreign policy. Mr. Roosevelt obviously and deliberately was slow to respond. It required three questions to pin hin. lo tl.e fact he definitely lias not fixed the date for another conference with Mr. Churchill and Premier Stalin of Russia. In addition the President: 1. Ill effect denied a British cabinet member's assertion that lie Mr. Roosevelt liad initialed at the last Quebec conference a British plan for the "stabilization" of Greece, saying there was nothing in that. 2. Side-stepped major foreign policy questions inspired by political developments on Kurope during his abse.u-e from "Washington. Foreijrn Policy 'On Recol'd' 3. Said in response to questions about Senate demands that Ihe time has come for him to restate American ' foreign policy that lie didn't think so; that it's on the record. 4. Said that, politically, lie still is a little left of center. That question was answered eleven and one-half years ago, he sati. and it still goes. New Statesmen Sworn In; 78th Congress Adjourns (Continued from page )) The final days before adjournment saw an eruption of opposition to the six State Department nominations but Ihe rtenatc finally confirmed them alter the president him self put down ii revolt of New Deal senators who had Ihreatened to filibuster the appointments. Phone .Sen. Pepper The President intervened to break the Senate stahmtate this morning soon after his return. He telephoned Senator-' Claude"1 Pepper. Oeorgia, normally a fonrRfruare new dealer but a leader of the opposition to the State Department appointees, and warned that even if a filibuster blocked confirmation he would submit the same slate to the new Congress convening Jan. 3. Twice during the tiro years fi al most continuous sessions t lie Presi- ,,,,, was overridden i-tt vetoes of major legislation. Over -is objections the Congress wrote iilto laic the Saiith-f'onnally war '"'jor dispute act and Ihe 1944 t : r ',' iie latter measure, a t ' .300 c jo.OOO bill which fell far r' or !' administra- lion hopes, r.o -r' u-d the that 1 w otn OniiL'ri.HK n stinging r- k- that precipitated the histor' temporary break between 1v "lite House and its Senate f ader. Alben W. Barkley.-of ,ky. President fared better on a major veto, of legislation outing the administration's food .ubsidy program. The House sustained him in that act. To finance the nation's biggest j war and the stepped-up activities of j ifs home front agencies Congress ap- propriated approximately $182,000.-000,000 and boosted the national debt limit to $260,000.(100.000 dur-1 ing its two years of work. Yank-Uniformed Nazis Drive Captured U.S. Jeeps Into Belgium WITH THE I'. S. F1KST AKMV I.N HELGIl'M Paced by Na.i fanatics who penetrated Belgian towns dressed in Cited States Army uniforms and driving captured American jeeps. German armored column assaulting American First Army positions today 'were backed up by i-fantry troops. Strengthen iuj Shoulders Lieut. Gen. Courtney H. Hodges army is "strengthening its shoulders" at the northern and southern ends of a 2o-mile long German break-through, but it has not yet. thrown a solid block across the gap. German columns sped along the roads and infantry troops intlKrated key towns during Ihe night. . j A number of enemy prisone and dead were found to be wearing fivil- jlau clothes. ivMimis in Head I Editor's Note The dispatch did nol specify whether these men were .ol I lie espionage-fighter type para chilled into Holland al the outbreaK of Ihe western campaign in 1940, or were members of the Volksst u riu. the re nlly-created Peoples' Army whose forces wear ouly a distiu-gulshing. arm band.) Drive 1'. S. Tanks At one point, the Germans hove into iew in possession of four American Sherman tanks which they had cuntm-cd: One of the crew yelled to Americans nearby "come here" and t hen opened fire. - 1 Ou iti.e north "shoulder" of the First Army Hue. counter-attacks wen- beaten' off at dawn when American infantry came into contact wioh th enemy. SOitE r.-IJSCLES? BROKEN SLEEP? due to RHEUMATIC PAI3S?, Mftnr discounted. jutomMfJ sufferer af1 rheumatic pin have found swift, soothfnf relief from muscular pains in arms, leys, bark, hand, shoulders. You should trjr Williams RUX Compound, too. Sisnolr TSKr as aireciea. ctoe lor yourself quickly it acts, often within day. nomicai ti.ou sue at WHITE'S PHARMACY .Soothe your irritated eyes with Murine nM;nirofl lw an v nhvflClall. Murine bringf soodung relief to tli .raro tin-A. iSurninS OT IQiaCt W ine. ju& iae. juMiwo ideops ia each ye a4 Murine start at once to soothe and refresh. .Murine contains seven ingre dients ... is used 10 tnousaiias w ww industries and brst-aiaauu. oe... gentle.. .sootiung. use U youxfceu. NOTICE! kWfc M.MM nr. Christmas Dinner i to a Customer mm, , Slows Fanatic German Drive (Continued from page 1) log-shrouded battle area indicated that while the (Jermans still were pushing ahead, the shoulders of the breakthrough sector have hardened and the pace of the drive has been slowed down in several regions. W ar as, lie W oil Here One high-ranking Allied staff officer, wbile warning that the Nazi push lias not yet reached its climax, said 4 he situation appears "definitely better" and asserted that if affair. re bandied properly, the war can be won "right here." (A CB.S correspondent Willi the First Army said tliat "we are getting tlie first straight indication that at some plants the tide of battle is beginning to change In our favor." t'ojie KucceMtfully WiUi Push (An NBC-WLW man with' the same army reported the Americans now are "coping successfully" with the enemy push, which lie warned has not yet been broken up by "any means.) While the Nazis apparently still pushed deeper into Belgium and Luxembourg, but at a slower pace. Eisenhower's spokesmen admitted Field Marshal von Rundstedt ham mered major wedges into their lines. American Troops FJieircled A battlefront message disclosed that the principal enemy penetration was made in the Kifel Forest near the eastern extension of the Ardennes, where the Germans plunged a depth of from 18 to 20 milea and encircled some American troops. Frontline dispatches reported the do-or-die enemy drive has been slowed greatly, although supreme headquarters spokesmen, partially lifting their news blackout, admitted some American units were cut off in the (Jermans' 20-mile push into Stavelot. Belgium. eie-l Kis (icinmui AMmchh (The British radio, quoting front dispatches, said that in the sector, veteran Yank infantrymen "stopped the German drive after re-1 pelling at least six attaclcs." As heard hy CBS. the announcer declared that it is believed that the enemy may be driving now for the Ad-rennes Mountains. 4In a broadcast from the Ninth Army front, however, a Blue Network correspondent said the German wedge hammered into American Hues in Belgium and Luxembourg is regarded as serious. The correspondent quoted a captured Nazi as saying the Wehruuicht planned to reach Antwerp in five days:) Thursday to Mark Social Sr icp at Methodist Clirroli "Star-lipht. star-bripht" a Sunday Kehool f'hrlKtmas proKrani will hp presented at the Metliodist 'hurch Thurnd:iy at 7:"0 p: ui., it was announced today. The propram, arranged by Mrs. fJ. Roy Stultz and Mrs. J. W. Reiecler, weaves a pliase of the Cliristmas story the flight into EK.vpt. and its significance into present times. The Junior Speaking 'hoir and musical numbers by the primary and intermediate departments frill he given as well as a number by the Reginners department. Those taking part in the program will include Jack Reeiler, .Martha Manship, Anna Currish, Gene Mack and Betty Harrison. Adult departments of the church will be represented by Mrs. Wayne Stoats, Mrs. Walter Jones, Miss Zoe Sharp and G. Roy Stultz. Mrs. Stultz will develop a flannel-graph picture throughout the service, illustrating the theme of the story and program. C.H.S. Student Council To Suonsor Xmas Dance Student council at ClinUm Higli school is sponsoring a Christmas i"' n b-v Mili" JJ'1 JUKh will j l''s'llL'' during Ilie ewniiiK. The ! cast Includes IJonald James. Herbert j Dr. G. R. HcGUIRE CHIROPRACTOB X-Bsy 235Vt Bbtckmaa Joileliliakef4 mow Tops at Del'auw; Irish Vfin Aiaiii INDIANAI'OI.IS. Ind. The Boi-lery.akers busted a seam and wrecked their unbrokeu victory string by I losing to UcPauw. 4!) to 48 ill the i hottest game on the Indiana collegiate hardwood last night. Purdue Iliad defeated the Tigers earlier this I , , , ,1 j was "P orer alt houKh he d,d not !"'. "" -i The Little Giants of Wabasli went down Dot ore Indiana Male, 44 10 ! 35. in another Hoosier collegiate en counter last night at Crawlordsvllle Tonight Butler University will try its fourth victory tins season when the son. Bulldogs visit Fort Hard- BOWLING RESULTS WIHJ'HAHT I.KAUVK MORGAN UKOCEHY Swick. 153. 15SI, ltil 473; Cox. 136. 142, 130 414; Bussing. 152, 192. 124 4C8; Oarrigus, 147,' 124. 17C 4 47: Ross. 209. 155, 218 5S2; handicap. 2U0, 2011. 20(1 (118. Totals. 1003. 978, 1021 3002. CRAI'ETTE Crowley, 14 8. 1(15. 123 430; Bussing. 168. 163, 132 463; Quinn. 128. 123. 1 53 404: Krott, 1 33. 1 48. 146 427; Colombo. 107. 165. 126 408: handicap. 227. 227. 227 (ISl. Totals. 97.1. !I91, 907 28t;9. IIIOXAI.L 152 471: 143 429; 4 0IJ; Main. Kendaci, Stevenson. White, 126. 163. 157. 15 1 64, 155. 135, 151. 127. 153 7 477: Kirk man. 174. 223. 172 569: han- Idicap. 1 72. 1 72, 1 72 516. Totals. 934, 10U5, 1149 - 2868. FRISTS L l.animey, 1 53, 172. 1 54 479; Herlo. 171, 167, 183 - 521: Tnrorl. 162, 142, 137 44 1; Foster. 134. 1811. 117 44(1; Letu-slra. 154, 1 26. 162 442; handicap. 138, 138. 138 414. Totals. 912. 934, 81.1 2737. S. ,1 ATKRIAI. .- - McCown.' 133. 214, 162 5(19; Matlield. 168. 3 51. 155 474; Zandera. 156. 152. 152 4 60 : Pit lender. 1 79. 159. 168 50 6 Hild. 137, 136, 139 - 41 2; handicap. 210. 210. 210 - 631). Totals, 983. 1022. 986 2991. I'Kl'SI COLA - Hays. 186, 190. 1 79 -- 555: Montgomery, 1 39, 1 32. 1 19 420: Chldotti. 195. 179. 143 517: Toppy. 1 36. 153. 156 445; Maloney, 153. 1 82. 1 91 -526; handicap. 140, 140. 140 -420. Totals. 949. 976, 958 288 MOHKl, CLEANERS Evllt. 131. 93, 132 - 356: I'urrelt. I7, 123. 140 -Still; Hill'oy. 127, 237. 130 FYnoglio. 1 57. 1 34. 17(1 - Molt. 179. 1 62. 14 1 485: bandi-cap. 233, 233, 233 699. Totals. 934. 9S2. 955 2871. STEVENSON -- Welker. 138. 136. 130 -- 404: Rogers. 1 29. 172. Ill -112: Eoniannon. 9C. 151. 178 4 25: Oilman, 17, 1 07. 124 338; Remler. 180. 104). 1 71 520; bar dicap. 230. 230, 230 690. Tola' . 880, 965, K44 2789. Ta JVo Fornu'LSirr J AllanticClip .or, (Continued from page 1) have tli'1 vTtvrt for vliicli they werr inU-ii(!' ti. AM1' r.t'l of Rigid Tie V!:- 'A:-r.' of Mr. Roosevelt's re vela - fv..-. drvc'.i'jtin; al a news confer-liad thf effect of eliminating Atlaniie charter as a hard and .iHt new tenet of international law. which would color every decision injide hy tiiirf country and its allies in J Ki'tt';- r lt lellients which demur;! ; ion now. Th- net result f Mr. Roosevelt's iisri!.-'siofi was to dmulihli llu' char-it a a rmid statement of itrU-''!it- Hill H.M.. I 'oui(j tifviatf wiihoul , .olatln(r lit ciuniiit mnt8 1ii the lit;n.iy f Vnit-! d Nations. Jlf did not XiminaU or lipiuiize Thimble CAM Theatre T. . FET? iin U)E GOT -iDHAri CI.IXTON I Foster Archer Jam's Ciluian JWiitL'erford ... Wilson Watson Smith ! t. Curry Helms Totals IMS' A CI I'nderwood Need Hamilton Wilson Luckctt Stewart wsome Tot: Myles anil Van Hook. - m German-bom Minister Charged as Saboteur, Nazi 'Contact Man ' tl 'nritltiTie'l from !fir 1. coufevyci thai he had passwords he ued v. hen the" saboteurs coli- laelcd 1: 1 Hi . Krepiier, who was arrested today .Newark. wa:i accused in the indictment of iobtine Hie sabotage, foreign agents and ci'iisurshlp slat-: utes, the Justice Deparililent reeal-,-d. lie was :aiid l.-y the department to come to the I'niled States to ;is a ecntael ni:m for the eight ( sabot ins. si of whom ultimately we'e le.ecuted. j Ti e Justice J.cpartment renorted : thai Kivpjter ha-: admilted lie agreed j do oiaaie!a work' lor (ieriuany 1 Ctiited Slates and to furnish j lia w ii lor "in i secitl i.-d Hermans". Class 'i'cA Ads Sell Most Anything lie and Vegetables" KUTS:.':i,2- Shell Pecans 11 i ; CLINTON HOTEL DINING ROOM CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY, DECEMBER 25 CHRISTMAS DAY mm wmam wLm mTm wnw& OPEN EVENIM C,"Tlie Best In Fruits MIXED e Pspe? Through an error the price was left off the Candy Advertised in last night's paper. 0 it is 5j7c a box s dance at the HiRlt School Gyninasi- Sgt. Boy Crossley Wins urn to be held toniKlit from 7 lo Combat Infantry Medal 1 o : 3 o p. n. . WITH THE FIFTH ARMY Italy T e rOOIn wi" be dcurat,,) wilh Sergeant Roy O. Crosslev. son or Cllri6lma" tr a,ld ,her tU,,oril- Mrs. Mable Crossley. 417 Norlh Wa- in kePln 1,h ,1,e """day ter Street. Clinton. Indiana, has been season- cited by the lltl. Armored Infantry 'l.nstmas carols will be sung un- Hattalion of the First Armored Dl- 1"r the lir"on of Johnny Fergu- wKion and awarded the Combat In- Jl"'li f:i'"la" a"d "ick f:lov,'r-f-intrvin-in r.. t ......ti..i I A lay "A Cannibal Love Affair." !. r They Niirll As Ihy ;is 1-i iunn : ;;;-;: 5 lh. bag $2.00 APPLES $3 btisliel and up McCracken's Market IJinit 1 Box !? jj.. 0, sfir (..' J iwlion in combat auailiKt the eneuu I with Ueutennl General Mark V I Clark's Fiflh Annv in Italy S:-.-l::rl for Ihe badge are high. Tiie docoration Is awarded to the 'auuy soldu r who Iihs proved hiti l,ilit- i Tit- liandsome badRp conisists of i sih cr rif If set againM a back- Kiound of infantry blue, enclosed in u nilver wreath. ouT) IT TO EAT- BUT HOO) U)E CATCH A FISH If' I'LL 'WWWWSJTWWWWWWWWww- ' THERE'S A AEPlUM- SIZEC7 SHAIK J PANGLE ME J NOW IS THE TIME. .and JHIS IS THE PLAHE FOB EXFEKT. Gl'AKA.NTEEI) AUTO PAINTING Our Auto Paintiug Is Done By An Exjurt Who Has litM'n In This Line of Work For Twenty Years! WILSON, JUSTICE AND OSELLA -ri I. UUP LrSE ) ft w KICK 1M INTO THE S 1 BAIT ? J U- Ji I Starring AUTO SALES 1 POPEYE

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