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Your money refunded if not delighted. Send for Hair Dr pawing 78 today JUEL CO.. UK Irving Park ltd. Dept. A3ob Chicago 13. lIL r Help Youngsters GROW STRONG VIGOROUS HUSKY/ .JSk -1 •OOD-milNI TONIC ■lliiiMAssd D Vitamins often needed > t» hdt MM stamina and resistance to - aside and minor Sk, Help* build strong ho ass and sound teeth, to* 1 Give good taeUag Seatt’s dally, tha year-round I „ jkbummM V he Mm ,i(% Try SCOTT'S |j. EMULSION ”■ - ir * ;t. j r Rjund lonic t . —a ■ A Man of War MEDICINE Don't |lTt op onttl too havr tried •or (real medicines Do as thou sands have done. Send for a treatment of MAN OP WAR MFDICINE and CIO HKRB AND VE(i PTARLR COMPOUND LAXATIVE. You'll get resulU from the verr first dose. Removes vrsrts matter from tbs tract, poiaonooi team from tha ajuwi. slim tßates srlc acid la blood, (osd far wash Madder bid nay trouble* sierra at atomaeh. eosgba. eslda. roctal dtaeaa»a raa terra I oat vitslitv Ha Harmfsl Drags: Prsit sad Tagetabls Compoosd Onr msdlctns gsaractred sr monvy rs funded Beat rs.slu art fottss whes bstb medictaea ars takas, Foil laatrse fora aaet wltb order. G| FOR ASTHMA I Mm NF.RVOUS I CONSTIPATION HigSlg Rooemmeaded tar Heart Osagaatiss and Drops? Man of War ft.IS per Bottle Gig fl.lt per jar COMBINATION UM teed Mare? Order avltb Order H. B. RAYNOR CHEMICAL CO it' 9 INOIANA AV f CHICAGO Patronise Our Advertiser* HwnMßnsms ■ TAKINO ORDERS tor SWEET lEOlflll 110*1 •EAIITV PRODUCT! fact unput ass ran sifts orrts^ lunrlSla Hair Drnnn*, Ilranly Good*. Cunot. In rente. Get Big Agents Outfit and ImßbL // /,»*, f valuable Premium Ff^oflrrrand^FWtEC Hair Dressing, Fact Ponder tnd In- 4pW err.*, fcasy work. lull or Si>a; c lime. -L f usd outem CoS* Offer. Ir-e hou lea a*d Hi MI wj Mak ng propoartioo. Wnlo toda?) VAt.NOR MOPOrTS CO, Ta?* P-ll* -ffT jffrfl Mil Matblgsa Arsasa. Ca.taaa . »* 4 '*'*" 808 WEAVER TO HEAD CHICAGO ‘RACE’ BODY CHICAGO—fANP>-The Mayor’s Committee on Race Relations at its meeting Wednesday afternoon ap pointed a« its executive director, Dr Robert C Weaver, now chief of minority groups service of the War Manpower Commlrxion. Mrs Rheua Pearce, who has been serv* ini; ns executive off.cer of the com mittee. will continue as ro-director. Commenting on the appointment. Edwin R F.mhree chairman of the mayor's committee, said, "1 regard Mr Weaver as the very top man n the younger Negro group of the ertire country Chicago is honored in getting a man of his high ability I and national landing to direct its I rtv planning in race relations.” ! Mayor Edward J Kelly said. “I j have wanted this important com- ( mil fee to gel the very ablest man ; ip America a* its director. I believe thev have that man in Mr Weaver T congratulate the committee and the city of Chicago.** Rom in Washington D C . in 1007. Mr Weaver graduated with honors from Harvard college and received the degree of doctor of philosophy in economics from Harvard univer sity After a year of teaching at the North Carolina State college in Greensboro he returned to Wash ington in 1933 to serve as one of the technical directors of the Joint Committee on National Recovery and as adviser on Negro affairs in the department of the interior. Since that time he has been in vari ous federal services in housing, edu cation. and manpower. In his vari ous official connections, he has spent much time in the midwort region with headquarters in Chi cago. Mr Weaver has served as a con sultant to the housing division of Public Works Administration, as special assistant to the U S. Housing Authority, and as consultant to the President’s Advisory Committee on Education. He directed the staff of J IROO workers who made the na | tional survey of Negro white collar and skilled workers. 1935-38. During 1940 and 1941 he wa: ad ministrative assistant to Sidney Hillman in the Council of National Defense, which preceded the War Production Board In 1942 he was appointed chief of the Negro man power service of the War Man power Commission and in 1942 was made head of all minority group service* of that commission. __ Mr. Weaver is widely known for his writings in books and national magazines. His best-known works, in addition to the monumental re port on Negro skilled workers in the United States, are recent articles in the Atlantic Monthly: "With the Negro's Help” and "The 1 Negro Comes of Age in Industry.” School Is Named For J. E. Shepard In North Carolina .DURHAM, N. C—The former Wakefleld-Zebulon school for Ne groes in Wake County. North Caro lina. will be renamed next year the Shepard school in honor of Dr. James Edward Shepafd, presi dent and founder of the North Carolina College for Negroes. Announcement of the honor paid the distinguished North Carolina educator was made in Raleigh last Wednesday by the Wake County board of education. Board officials said the action was taken in re sponse to petitions from gjtizens of Wake County and patrons of the school. V'sco***,) JflPl iiFIES Mrnart Vi II SKIN WHITENER jjBM suit rm afa tun 7 DAY TEST! A • social leered loot le Or. FttO Palmar'* toman SKIN WMITtNtR bslp* Hgfctso sod brlobtoe ikie «W i too dork tseood. rougbsd. etade coerte sed Motcby by •«4an*al tawih Are you keuMrdl Tboe moke Ikk daHb»( tsat. Oat a 75c boa from lbs drufOara. Apply lonjM at deoctsd. Uts 7 doyt, Ate It ywr’ra pm rajo*ck»s. YOUt MONEY SACK. Try, fas. Dr. FftTO FeWi Stk, DoMgAl Soon mod VoerWung Craom. fact 25c. •AllNOt CO, tox 104, ATV ANT A. BA. THE MICHIGAN CHRONICLE • . A RELIABLE INDEPENDENT WEEKLY ON PARADISE BILL . if*. H ££*jm*;y Sister Rosetta Tharpe, spiritual swinging vocalist and guitarist of stags fame, will be one of the features of the stage show revue opening on Friday. January 15, at Paradis# theatre. Smack Hen derson and his band, plus othar attractions are in the show lineup. Will Build Harbor In Liberia Soon By ERNEST E. JOHNSON WASHINGTON (ANP) An American contractor is going toi build a much-needed harbor and port facilities will be provided, all of which will cost "several millions of dollars” somewhere along the coast of Liberia, an authentic source in the state department has con firmed. Agreement that this work should be undertaken was reached on Dec. 31, and came as the final act of the out-going administration of Pres ident Edwin Barclay of the West African republic. A representation of an American company is now engaged in studies which will determine the most suit able rite selection. Elements being considered in this decision are first, which location would provide the least handicaps in construction, and second, which location would more favorably affect the economic de velopment of the country. “It is going to be a difficult decision to make," was the comment made to the Associated Negro Press by its source. The project will be handled under the lend-leaae agreement concluded here laat June during the American visit of President Barclay. Thera are three possible sites un Motor Vehicle Retains Lead In Post Office Loop Bowling in the PostofTice league* the Mailing Division won the best two out of three from College Parks. Golson was high for the victors with 194, and Jackson was high for College Parks with 197. Scores: Mailing Division, 780, 759. and 708; College Parks, 735, 785, and 717. The league leading Motor Vehicle five won the best two out of three gjrmes from Northwestern, to tighten their grip on first place in the league. Scores: Mailing Division, 823, 820, and 782; Northwestern, 809, 737, and 808 Driskill was high for the league leaders with 200, while Jefferson was high for the North western five with 177. Gratiot won three from Roose velt Parks. Scores: Orattot Rooaavslt Park Kara*? 303170 ITftTlark IVllfl7 11K Smith 14130 ft H 7 Odan 1.V3-114 14S Rodan 121-1.30- Srt Rntlar J3S.lft.llOS Shaw 140 200.10.3 Smith 142 200 13d Warr IFS-200-157 nonard 140 1.3* 143 Spot 27 27 27 1 Total* Sod 03S 70.3! Totala 7«7 S«1 OSn Alfred Station won two from the City Division. Scores: Alfred. 775. 780. and 712: City Division. 759. 739, pnd 788. Walden was high for the Citv Division with 194. while Mc- Intire’s 207 was tons for Alfred. HOW THEY STAND Postal League W I. Motor Vehicle 27 9 Gratiot 24 12 Collepe Park 21 15 City Div. 18 18 Northwestern 17 19 Alfred 15 21 Roosevelt 13 23 Mailing Dlv. 9 27 Postal Alliance League W L Richey 32 13 Sadler 23 22 Overton 25 20 Gillespie 22 23 Perry 21 24 Palmer 12 ' 33 In league competition in the postal alliance league we saw Sadler win ’hree from Perry. Hall shot 225 tor Perrv. and Burch hit 223 for Sadler. Overton won three from Palmer, and Richey won three from Gillespie. THE HAIR SLI CK E ROO THAT REALLY SLICKS PERMA-SLICK takes tho fight out of the SHORTEST. MOST STUBBORN. UNRULY HAIR One combing ■ day leaves hair straight and give* a last ing. well-groomed appearance. Large 16-oe barber sue. f 1 00 Sent COD plus postage Money back guarantee HAIR-STRATE CO. 88 Flatbuah Ave.. Dept KB. Brooklyn. 17. NY. k Do Tou Waiit LONGER * Just try this SYSTEM 7 days and see if you ar« really ~ enjoying the pleasure of attrae thro hair that can ao often cap- l tare love and romance fa* you. (/dry m 4 BRrrru. breaking m HAIR May Get LON6ER l if otherwiao tho SCALP and HAIR b bookhy by retarding tho breaking off. the hair then boa a chance to get 100 gar and much more beautiftiL HOT TRY tha I RJEIfM mTIM 7da?s and let yoormir roe prove result* bend $1 <lf COD. poe tare extra). Fully guaranteed. Hooey back II jaa are act aaUahad. dcr consideration, it was revealed, and possibly a fourth. St. Paul is one and Monrovia, the capital, is another. The Firestone Tire and Rubber company, which holds cer tain interests in Liberia, would pre fer to see the harbor built at or near Marshall as it would afford the company easier shipping accom modation for its product. While the source of this infor mation was not disposed to hazard a guess-at the ultimate cost, possi bly because actual construction con tracts have yet to be let through bidding, he did indicate that it would exceed three millions of dollars. About 1937 a Dutch company had sought the privilege of building k harbor in Liberia as an outlet for iron ore deposits which it had planned to exploit. This company then estimated that the project would run up to about three million dollars, which the state department source considered "quite sufficient." Ultimately the Liberian govern ment refused to go along with the Dutch company, it is understood, believing that Dutch interfere wera too closely bound to those of Ger many. While Germany, at (he time was Liberia’s largest customer, tha Latter government did not deem It advisable to permit too great an entre into the country. The idea of a harbor, however, remained alive in the thoughts of the Barclay administration. Presi dent Roosevelt, it is learned, was probably mindful of this when he visited the little republic follow ing the historic Casablanca confer ences. for it was he who initiated the proposal. The belief now is that President Barclay accepted the Roosevelt invitation to come here in the hopes that a deal might be worked out for the construction of the harbor. Work on the project will begin as soon as the site has been selected and contracts let. It will not be a post-war project as such, it was said. The job will afford a new avenue of employment to local labor, but in all probability certain skilled workers to be brought to complete it. Relief At Last ForYourCough Creomulslon relieves promptly be cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel Term laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender. In flamed bronchial mucous mem branes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with the un derstanding you must like the way-it quickly allays the cough.or you lire to have your money back. CREOMULSION far Couchs. Chest Colds, Bronchitis jyfl B| *■ y-j mmrn HUHMOMI CLOTMIf kxactlt aa aiuinuio oa waut rocarra nr rmemrr muwiiwnin aawi UMB U TO M ■m row wucwr abb hbb* mm MWOT-4AL coo mx CCUMA-M MJ^TAffm. HAIR MAILTHIS JUHL COBIPANY, aDffpt G-Jaa ISltlwkigrfiifL.Ckhap.W. I will try iha JUELENR SYSTEM fm Tdaya Ifaiyminui liw tAovamß ton laaalta. I will oak for my moaay bach. □ I ENCLOSE CASH O I WILL PAT FOOTMAM ■n_ •hrghstsmus sasTicwau ■ r*n MHI HIGHLAND PARK By AUDREY BOULDING Now, that the last furlough of our bovs in uniform has ended, and the bell sent thousands of children, and young people back to their classes, the gaiety of the past two weeks is silent, and we are back to the daily routine of working and making the best of things. We. like millions of others, are playing that 1944 will bring love and peace to the nations the world over. * * * * FLU EPIDEMIC HIGH Only a few homes where the en tire family have been fortunate not to suffer from the flu germs Among the latest families now flu victims in the community are the Bill Fosters. George Taylors, John Hickmans and son, Mrs. James Les ter and three children, and many others. Death was on duty last week and claimed young Mrs. Davis, the be loved wife of George Davis, of Trumbull avenue, H. P. Mrs. Davis was a likeable and vivacious per son. She will not only be missed by her husband and three small daughters, but by a large group of young marrieds in the Park. Various heads of community and Chronicle Loop Senior Division Opens Campaign The Senior Division of the Michi gan Chronicle Basketball league opened last Sunday at Brewster Recreation Center with six of the nine teams entered competing in the opening round. A large number of spectators were in attendance to cheer their favorite team, and if the initial games are an indication of what the teams will do, and the enthus iasm of the fans, then the league is already a big success. . Ford Local 600 defeated Outer Drive, representing Briggs, 28-14. U. S. Rubber trounced Highland Park Aces, 48-18 in the , second game. The Heart of Detroit, com posed of former stars of Brewster Representative teams, dropped a game to the Coast Guard. Jenkins, member of Highland Park, was the high individual scorer of the evening, running off 12 points. Bill Malone and Gus Fin ney are members of the Hpart of Detroit team. Ths league will swing into full action Sunday, Jan. 16, as the Briggs All-Stars and Selfndge Field teams join. STANDINGS • • Won Lost Fora Local 1 0 H. P. Aces 1 0 Coast Guard 1 0 Outer Drive 0 1 U. S. Rubber 0 1 Heart of Detroit 0 1 Briggs All Stars 0 0 Selfridge Field 0 0 , CYW Trounces Wolverines, 35-29 Tha CYW defeated tha Wolve rines 35-29 Friday night at Lincoln school. Tha game between The Trojans and Aces was postponed and the game will be played at a later date. The Trojans played the Wolverines at Moore school Mon day night The Lincoln Bombers met the Aces at Duffield school Tuesday night and faced the Wolverine Stars Wednesday night at Moore school. There will be a special meeting Thursday night at the club rooms, 665 Benton street loosen Asthma MucusSleepFiie Soy Thousands of Stiff orort Choking, (amine, whaaslnt. racurrint at tache of Bronchial Asthma ruin vour alrtn and rob your blood of vitally Important oxygen because you can’t fat air In and out of your lunfs properly. But now It la no longer nocaaaary to suffer from that# terri ble attache without the benefit you may re ceive from a phyaielan’a prescription called Mae dace. Within a vary short time after the first done. Meadaee ingredient* start cir culating thru the blood, thus reaching tha smallest as well as tha largest Bronchial tubaa where they usually quickly help lique fy, loosen anil remove thick strangling mucus (phlegm), thereby promoting freer breathing and more restful sleep. In fact, tfewdaoo has proved so successful In piping thousands of sufftrsrs from recurring spasms of Bronchial Asthma that it is sola under a guarantee of money back union# completely satisfactory. Ho get Meodoee ~ m m from your YOUR HAIR DESERVES THE BEST CARE MEDALO HO. S ■ Try Madala Just once and tee what a difference proper attantion makaa is you. Tour hair roota ara in you* scalp Tour hair often da panda upon ya u r aoa I p condition. THEE TRIAL Of HEW MEDALO PERFUME A H D FACE POWDER WITH ALL OR •DERS. If your hail aaada proper earn, «at MEDALO Ha. S TREATMEHT with diractlona: Madala tro Icaip Formula, Medal# Caatila Shampoo. Medals Praiaint Oil Compound (4-month Traatmont Siao). Only On* Dollar plua pestage (or aand dollar and wo pay paatata). Eras trial of Madala Parfuma and Madala Faca Powdai included with your treatment. Write How. Oold Modal Hair Product*. Dart DTL, I 0« Avenue 0. Brooklyn. H. T. EVERTTHIHO If OUARAHTEED OR MOHET BACK WE WAHT TOD TO BE PLEASED. DOES YOUR HAIR NEED SOMETHIhC SPECIAL? Medal# Medalo W-He M e II Vow Room Try Madala Me. « Treatment, if your hah to dry. brittle, erarka and hreaho a# If your teals la itchy. daadruffy. than try Madala He. 4 With direction* MEDAIO ORO Scalp Formula. Madala Cream Shampoo Madala Hair Hat Oil. Madala Pre**lot Oil Compound (S-menth treatment aiaa) Faery thing. only II fl e’ua a few canto peatata Mall no money Only **nd name aad ad droio Pay an delivery of all veer need liri free aamrlaa as perfume and faca powder Write raw S*v '•Traatmant Ha 4 " OOLD MEDAL HAIR PRODUCTS. Dept DHL. IN Avenue 0. Brooklyn. H. I. church groups are busy working out their program* for the New Year. Clarence White has been chosen to help with the Junior Commandos each Saturday at the YM. Marion Coleman also comes from our young people’s group to work with the children of the W.S.CS. Doris Miller will direct as well as accompany the Youth Fellowship choir. C. Edward Ward, who was in ducted last week, will be missed greatlv in these parts for his mu sical ability. But this is w^r. Mrs. Pauletta Powell, president of the H. P. Mothers club, can be seen each Wednesday evening in Fellowship hall working earnestly with the Girl Scouts. Another youth counsellor with the Rev. S W. Bankhead worked out a grand church and community program with the older youth, last week. “The Lord’s Song.” a play lette based on love and friendship, is in the making, and will be staged with a “pageant’ of Christian youth, about February 25. Plans are under way for the observance of Negro History week. The Detroit Fellowship Council president is calling a meeting at the Central Y, January 19. Evelyn Eccles, presi dent of the sub-district, has called her committee for a meeting uary 18. Watch for dates of youth activities in this column. HAND COLORED y'xV' Photo Enlargement On profoasio nal n_ double-weight paper ■■ IT _ from film or photo _B~l[ coeta you only Ww** If oaaal frame dotired add ISo. Mo extra chargea. In elude color hair. oyoa. ote. Send only coin or money or der Photo Dent. 49. Boa 111. Station D. Maw Yark. N Y J KINKS GO-LOOKS KjflM STRAK3HTRM ONfiFP VOVmASKIM COSO TA mkN kigki mu (•. relia.ee Itching ncnlt Hair la InaaUar. atraighUr. langar. aaaiat t. tmta Quick raaulta •» »«aa» back 10c aor the at all good d^ c , o. Baltimors. Md. • ■ 1 ' Dry HAIR IMS try this SYSTEM am Leix 1 an?a nod e~ tor yonnmlt ram ara really enjoying the plot*- • roof ittrodW* hale Ihttctato^HH •fun copi or* Loro and Hamtneo Hair May Get LongerH^H If otherwise Scalp and Hair m- ■■llllllll ditto ns tro normal and tba dry brittle. breaking off hair oaobtro tanlod.it haaachanootneotlorvtruM .. ! and on or h non lieenlif nl Jtaaftry BjjPJllsll tba 4UELENS Syetaaaa <m Drr^l Hair for 7 days and lot yoar mlrrer rrcrtnnlta Bond SI.OS (If CODBIMIIB -mmtrga eit ra) Folly (ntruitwl Tour money back i f not deilghted I#EL CO 1930 Irrin, Park Rrf HH Dapt. T SOd Chlcaga. IU > Nil H INPUTS COURSC PEA«fY~CUtTURg leJ'l Pictures Shew Yea \ LEAJSN VfS \ jCm CROQUIGNOLE \V WAVE-CURL dj Profeuionsl Scalp V' MAKE F.XTBA MONEY 1944 Catalog Now Beady. Bags Boy, ate Baauty sod Hair Preparation. AMANDA-L CO. Daft D. 4440 Catuga Oroya Arcane Chicago, IS. IlUnoia. Q B.A. : ■' CRAY HAIR mms4 Mt BLACK M £ MINUTES TEMPORARILY I&K9 \wdPWRL STRAIGHTENS K&& us \ 'Mm bwß dressi^ilimmrts |g||| \ OR HAIR w °" Den TTiP^ LOOK 10TO 20 YEARS YOUNGER &IJ-51fclBM|ClS J TV.nl worry any looser about GRAY HAIR that make# you look old or Mao O'it in love. Itnmance ora f.K«I Jot. All you have totlo la order a l»u of SLICK ■ LACK. It la a NE Ml. n.oet imtilni DISCOVERY that rnekre pour hair STRAIGHTEN looking and Impart* a JIT R LAC K COLOR to your HAIR at the same lime Take y rare oft your appearance. A* llity.Laak Forty. At Party, leek Twenty. Juet follow the directions on the hot and Impart ART HBBVIII BLACK color to Gray llalr so that you will looa years younger. w JM Don’t he without fLICK-RLACK another minute. Remember. tMa einastng preparation WORKS DOUBLE. Ol.ea you ITRAIOMTER looking Hllrei the tame time It lmnarU a JET BLACK Color to your lialr. Heipa you to k/J LOOK IS ta 2S YEAR* YOUNGER. No m*: no fuse; no bother; Chance T from bottle hair-dye to ALICK-RLACK. Buy a hoi today. Don i accept any 1 I, I Substitute. Inals* on the original SLICK-RLACKI STRAIGHTEN* HAIR l 1 I temimrartly an<l Imparts RLACK COLOR to HAIR. Mall 6Ae for your fLICK« V tBLESh I I fjP 1 r A BLACK or send sllO for Two Boxea. Bend cash, stamps or post office moos? Mk I f a f/\J M order We do not send one box C.OJJ. Uet SLICK BLACK Uidayl I HT •—ja ’ J ASK YOUR DRUGGIST Pries Only .. . CCa OR MAIL COUPON 2 Box— sl.lO use T^^^^^r^MBBBSSISI3S2^3HBB| HEAD LIKE A GLOVE PRESSES HAIR IN PLACE the wev to k'-ep your Heir fTRAIGHTCR l.».k,ng J'»t apply RLICK-MLACK—lirueh and ( Oinhvour hlfftnil put nn (hi* wonderful (LICK BUCK HAIR V4(t- ON * ,N Q CAR. results you \ \ |**nt, Throw away yotir stocking can W —land get this smart looking Brassing Cam. >J M «» Ttw HBkr Leak tTRAIOMTOt ( 1 dTI BY —Just before going to bed Comb vour \ X Hair in place and slip on this Me*v Rreee \ (S _ V J*"g Cam. Wliile asleep your hair ataya I \ I Q ) /smooth and in place. Your pillow wil> not \ Pi soiled when yoti use this Pnmlm X 1 /■> CBIk. MEN and WOMIN both should wi f un»\ L 1 u»ing\ y/ ASK YOUR DRUGGIST CAab ' Iml. OH BOTH VoRONLY,.. § HURRY MAIL THIS COUPON NOW! These Questions answer many a laxative problem Quts. Are all laxatives alike? Ans. Certainly not. Ques. Are all laxatives herbal laxatives? Ans. No, some are saline, emollient, etc. Quss. Is Black-Draught herb al? Ans. Yes, Black-Draught is purely herbal—usually thorough and satisfactory if directions are followed. That’s why i* is o?ten called ‘‘the friendly laxative.” DOES YOUR HAIR SPUTor BREAK? Lj£ . • CUBAN COSMETIC CO BOX 5315-B. Chicago.KL ----- ~ IF RHEUMATIC PAIN HAS YOU DOSING AND HOPING Than Prove to Yoursrlt What Eltactiva Raaulta You Can Get Now with th/a Med/c/ne Open your own way toward deliv erance others have enjoyed. Make up your mind you’re going to use something that gets to work to ease rheumatic pain. You want help you can feel and if you get It you will be grateful So get C-2223, If you suffer from muscu lar aches and pains due to exer cise or exposure (sometimes called h ilopr *»** 'JftfnTlvW rl o«oppso sett loops W\ 1 eonoMi with ci/NS ■ | WIJ I\\ / CMOOSt AOOW rum AAMOiCi AMO COLO*** £*V V 7 \ Lr \ W [ \ amo »m mb an, ala to* amo boaio colort ■f V \ \ m turn.TAM. roAL.oOMN.tooo I I \ \ A IILk \ I tvs*"Jw■ a#jMß' I*’^ m A lf\ /\ l# gpgg 90UTT0NJUU SiT W> |Ajy Vs ommm sm» tom A«tous. a V SHv-sißiae/ 1 NATIONAL CLOTHING COBIU ■4606 S. ASHLAND AV E . If C H ICfICO. 9, ILL. jg S a&«s.s?K!7 h £i.“nr’ *-*• ***** *"»•* ««•» « Yes, I want to seep my hail looking Black slick and Kama Hfraighter looking. Mr druggist diM># n.d vet carry ® " 11 "' •LICK BLACK Please send RUCK BLACK NOWI l jucltwe A.. fm items checked Ailrlreaa— below. 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Caution: Use only as di rected. Remember you take no chances with your money. Pint bottle purchase price of C-2222 re funded if you're not satisfied. 60c and $1 sizes. Always demando223.