State question plainly

Do it while inked and pressed. Do it behind a halftone scrim. If those corrections have made you plain, your statement will fall into a silence and you will proceed to the page.

The Daily News (New York), November 13, 1932, page 20

From behind the page an ensemble of saxophones, sousaphone and banjo will break the silence and you will dance.

Your dancing body will remain inked and pressed. It will never step forward from page 20 or November 13. That is plain.

Max Fleischer,