Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 4, 1941 · Page 3
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 3

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•.>»T> HIV, MUG6GI MAVE VOU HsTARO THE NEWS? Oil M/V.M FOUND OUT TM16 MORNING THAT 'HAD GIVEN DONT pOTHeR.,ME VWITH T^AT NOW!! I GOT TO RNO AUU TVAE • GIVE THEM THEIR CROC!**! wul^lSP*' />**»*«« ORDER*,, WHAT ORDERS?f.GOVERNMENT ORDERS QUARTERS RICK BRADFORD-On fhe-Throne of Tiitania WILLAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY JCAPTAIN-GENERAL KOPAL LIES 'UNCONSCIOUS HE'LL BE TRAMPtEO TO'DEATH/ I'VE GOT TO GET TO HIM FIRST/. I JIM THE PATH OF STAMPEDING,FEAR-MADDENED DINOSAURS ETTAKETT By PAUL ROBINSON 5-TH AT GATES 00Y HAS 0££N WAIHNG AN -HOI//2.' OH, HELLO/ CANTSTOp-NY DATE'S 'MOMKIN6 ETTA DOeSNr"MSflN TO SMES VEf2Y WHV PONT YOU JT2y 'M 6IV/NG WS/CE-WATE^ 1 SF/N6S SEE AND AVOID THE TAKE: TWE CONCEIT.^ our/ STUYVeSANT GATES^THE ' THIRD WHAT /SHE- IMASINE-r ETTA SOCIETY/ ; TRIWETJ FELIX THE CAT KNOW-tHis le so \TD ^E FONNV/ HAD NO ^4OV 1 KNO HONOR;— NO TRESPASSING BEVOND TH» SIGN OH,VEAH? SCOTTS SCRAP BOK By J. SCOTT By STANLE THE OLD HOME OFF "THE TH/CT AVE OUXK, PUERTO Rico/ BAT 8EKDS .'OCMTMOHT, INI KWO f»ATVHM» aTKOICAnt, In* WORU> RJGKT* fUMBAVKO ^!y VOU L.&T MTC OO DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Quarrel 5. Israelite king ; 9. Permit 11. Mud: 12. Steam 1 . 13. Fold. of 3. European 24. Sliadow mountains 25. Weird 4. Alao 26. English river 5. Entire 28. Gazelle 6. Hastens 30. A blend ; , 7. Oriental. 33. Falsehood . nurse .. « 34. Fetish .. /• 8. Greek letter 38. Pronoun 10. A-cloak . -V-39. Size, of paper 11. Bird . 40, Mine.- 16. Sun.god entrance 18. Pig pen 41. Carried on 19. To catch the person, (dial.) 42..Level 20. A strip 44. Companion 40. Founder of 21. Flexible of St. Paul Pennsylvania 22. Pertaining 45. Musical 48. Conclude •' to area instrument 50. Not in. 14. Type . .measures 15. Constellation 17. Chinese , cloth , 18. Particle of fire 20. A lath 23. Set again 27. Sinewy 28. Burrowing 1 animal 29. Goddess of mischief 30. Cut, as grass 31. French meaaure 32. One of the . three Grace* 34. Norse god 35. Having spiral form 36. Source of sugar 37. Musical , study 40. Solemn wonder 43. Employ 44. Lick up 47. Capital of Delaware 49. Small rodent 51. Goddess of peace 52. Alaskan river 53. Manage 54. Bird DOWN 1. R<MICU* 2. Diagram . - • • . • - . - . CRVPTOQUOTE— A cryptofram quoUUoa . ^ EUBP\ CG qUWBJSi TN V 1^B ; R 2 fPUCSQ PUVN RBN DJGPOK FW^I/CI-VMW. Saturday^ Cryptoqooto: SEVERITY IS ALLOWABLE GENTLENESS HAS NO EFFECT— CORNEILLE, ' .Distributed by King; Feature* : SyiUUcAJbt. Xtjo. FACTOGRAPHS ex-Chtef Jiutloe Clwrl«B HuftMc made the •p«ech *tth« formal opening pf the Republican nation*] oampalffn In lOOt; his prominenoe In national affalra U tmld to have oom- If j«w«ls taken ' from are not redeemed, they are forfeited and sold at public auction at the port where they were . Th4 prone-horned antelope U not a true antelope Unlike the true antelope it has branched horn* and abed* the horn sheath. e ' •• •, : .' ••' • '. • "' " . The albatroM. the larfeet aea bird, attain* a length of tour fttt, a weight of 35 pounds, and The "StraightouU" •mall 'faction of the Democratic party .who refused to support Horace Qreeley when he was a. candidate for president. They • • held a convention In Louisville, ' Ky., and nominated Chariea, O'Conor and John Q. Adams The swordflsh oarrisc^ Identification mark wh«r« anjr- ohe may s«e-It. It's s. kmf,' sHarp-edsjed "sword," n«4rljr' half as lonf aa the fish lUtlf • : ' With UM unsnliis; bMttnet :of a homing plg«on, : this ^PaeMe, salmon return from tt*s asa I* the •traama and laksa oC Ha origin to spawn and ate.' ^'\.'^ manufacture to tM United gtaUa datM^from ttO>j

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