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" BtJSTING MONOPOLY ' '
With "ice so thicket her- front dodr that she" daren's stick her
nose out, Cleveland is" threatened byice monopolists with just as
high prices next 'summer as ever. ' '
, There's a, demand that the prosecuting attorney take action,
but considering vliat 'Cleveland has done'to'lier- illuminating mo
nopoly, it is remarkable that she doesn't cut and store ice when
Lake Erie offers "plenty.
Maybe -our economists will yet learn -that the way to bust a
monopoly, is 'to havet1he government enter the business as a com
petitor, as Cleveland is going to do with her municipal light plant
ARC YOU DISSATISFIED ?
Of COURSE. YOU ARC
thcn wnv a you tooolc
C hound sousieeoec, cooking
xe a fvun of touqz an a
ViafcScmel ou ab warped
tt YOU kNCXV.iT. LISTEN
CWNOUNC THRtAreV-S TO
COMC IKTtJ TWVOR AGAIN f
THE TiCAL OAPe, SO'WHY
not qbt uno en EACY
AH1 e HAPPY?
When we step on other people's
feet it never dawns on us that we
may some day have corns.
It's hard for a man and woman
to live happily together .forever if
they agree ajaout everything.
When two people play on the'
piano, the piano don't know for
sure which one to blame.
Girls with curly hair can tangle
a fellow up. So they are jus"t like
girls who dori't have curly hair.
. -- - Aawa