Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 21, 1941 · Page 5
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NAUOATtrCK DAILY •- ' " ' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1941 ....... ^. ^. : . ___ ' ' • , " TIN*. i'o>i.w DAV WWtM I'D "TO . GET MY BUT Die X COULDN'T HOLD OUT AGIN 'EM \ NJO LONGER. OE SIGHT Ol= ' 0»vie MORE SMOULD CHOKE. ME. Conr. 1941, King Fc.-mircs Syndicate, Inc., World riclus reserved BRICK BRADFORD-On the Throne of Tifania By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY THE RETREAT OF THE PANIC-STRICKEN LAROONS BECOMES A ROUT BUT THEIR PATH IS BARRED BY A'SMALL FORCE" LED/.6Y KOPAL STAND'FIRM, MEN, LET NOT ONE SINGLE; ENEMY GET A SURPRISE FOR. YOU. I WANT VOU TO WAVE Al-U VOU "' ltf^*>'- : '".^^ ^\JCC-" - "~'X.--"' • '.-X. .^ — ^CS^ . •—. ir- on XI.NO rcATrrurs SYNDICATE in. ^-OKI.D niciiTfi KKSKHVE t.ETTA KETT By PAUL ROBINSON AINTTHATDUGIO7 OKAV - 1 KNOW YOU THINK I'M ^ - AW- HAVE A HEART; KNOW I GOIN 'A SUSY fZADIO HE'LL SEE. VOU IN A Ko LirrLE LL SAN,!" IF ME ^ FINES US FIVE.' , VOU AN ALIBI - BUT IF I HAVE TO GOTO COUfcF ITU, SPOIL HERE'S A NICE WEODIN6 \T STI2AN6E HOW'PATH PLAVS ON OU/2 WAV 70 8E • HONEYMOON ?K&7? 1WATS ALL DM5, 'VE60r," COMH OM I'LL TAKE VOU TO , JUDGE NOW/ Copi. 1941, King; Pcatutvs SyndttJic, Inc., \Voild DAILY CROSSWORD C<f t iflrKing PotufH Syndicin, Inc.. World right* FELIX THE CAT •-vi, 5,, Exclamation >. Hand (anat 7. Metal 8. Repaired 9. Satiated 11. Botch 15. Bird 16. Abounding in ore 18. God of love 21. Melt • 22. Hebrew letter 24. Flaccid 25. Occurring occasionally 29. 31. 26.. Writing^ Implement ) 27. Reddish coating- en iron Sea bird Body of water 32; Reverberated 33. Cools 34. Prongs 35. Merganser 36. More attractive 39. African 1 , river - I8BBBB . OI5R 40, Lean-to 42. ThomaA 1 (abbr,)> 44. Therefore 10 20 "21 22 •26 ' SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK U S By R.J.SCOTT "3Q 31 rfKE -fVtE Rock of THE OLD"HOME TOWN Registered U. 5. Patent Office By STANLEY '••- t &;[^ :' ^^•siv-^**,-*^. . "'•jfe'l *.*»/i*Mw*A**<V-* *»* * **• 4O 41 W^ 45 a U ACROSS, Jog' Arabian ruler Biblical country 10. Seraglio . 12. Protective clothing 13. Organ of smell 14. Labor 15. Noblemen 17. Type measures 18. Goes astray 19. Esker 20. Demolish 22. Land measure (Pr.) 23. In what manner 24. Falsehood 25. Resorts 27. Skin 28. Church seat 29. An adhesive 30. Ahead 31. To be suspicious 35. Senior (abbr.) 36. Primitive chisel 37. Greek letter 38. Handbook 40. Part of leg 41. Prepare for publication 42. Oar fulcrum 43. Artifices 45. Back of foot (pi.) 46. A fish 47. Excess of chances DOWN 1. Chair of state 2. Careless 3. Greek coin 4. Sailor CRYPTOQUOTE—A cryptogram quotation WAXCALAXA P Z T ' W X A C A X L A. G S R X- CAMLAC USX KAJJAX OFXORVCJPZOAC — LAXEFM. ( _ . ., Yesterday^ Cryptoquotc: tF PEACE CANNOT BE MAIN* HONOR, IT IS NO LONGER PEACE—RUSSKLt* Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc. m FACTOGRAPHS Liquid fire was used in warfare; before World \yar I. An in..' flammable and destructive compound was; used by the- Byzantine Greeks. It was poured from caldrons, ladies, ahd ; flung in pots, phials, and barrels. > -•.•'' • '.* *•.*•' ;.There is no appreciable difference in heating t stale air or fresh. Stale air may' feel colder than fresh because of the smaller response -in vitality that.'.it gives. • '••'•••: '•• ',*.-.*.' * • • •'•.-• Cornelians were considered a talisman of good fortune. Brownish/ red and dark; carnellan is known as sard. '•''.•>';'...' . * ; .* • * ... • v *The lobster ..'it an inhabitant of the sea;, bottom; for its; body is fop,;heayy;;andi• unwieldy/ for ac« Carnelian and sardonyx, Aui» gust birthstones; arc under thtf; constellation Leo.'and'-.the. sunj They should b« worn on the left: side near the sun of the. human body, which Ms the heart, governed by Leo. . *. * » The oyster obtains its food by filtering; vast quantities of water.' It has. been found that an oyster may strain as, much a& 26 quart* of water an hour through iU t •gills, . * * * , {• Cotton can be heavily coated or filled for use as book binding;; tracing cloth, shade cloth and ? artificial leather. \"» "A little learnin^'iit a ous-thing,";;is 'tb be found 1 / ; bn< Crit(ci«m.? 'i, '\ .-,^ ,. -""^ '• *'** i '-'»<''*

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