Vol. VI, No. 7
Sunday, March 20, 1960
LED THE BIG PARADE*
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Well, actually that isn't quite true. With all of this truth-in-advertising jazz making the rounds, we'd be the
last ones to deceive you. There-weren't 76 trombones (just two ocarinas) and there wasn't a big parade (it was
more like an ROTC maneuver), but it sure was Greene's Cleaners they came to. So now that we're
off on the right foot, we'd like to point out why the big movement is to Greene's. The answer is simple:
STUDENT CHARGE ACCOUNTS
Most everyone knows you can't beat Greene's Cleaners for quality of drycleaning and shirt laundry,
but even Greene's knows that sometimes cash-on-hand is an even bigger consideration. You know, like that old
ring-a-ding "no tickee, no shirtee." But all it takes today at Greene's is "charge it," and you're
in like Forrest Tucker. So march on down to Greene's soon, and your, cash Troubles,
with a capital T, are over.
*With all due credit to Thy Music Mon.
516 E. Liberty.
1213 S. Uiversity
1940 W. Stadium
101 N. Washington
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