Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on March 4, 1942 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

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i:$^fc : Uv®^^^ $$>WH^^UB^ V*a i BRICK BRADFORD-OntheTh^oneofTitania r . .. - ———^»-^^^^.^^^^^^ ^ .. . —' !'_' • ; • ''.(•':• st:^f^£$^^ AWARE OF ."• GHOST'S TALENTS, l-'-.!<ACr \yVsir AOP /'•• H X I II n/^D ilC/fvl PAUL RQBINSOl ' •• • • FTTA KETT HF.- WAS. w TVIET C?l^t THE SHOW." I WANT TO See Mfc.NEON. 1 1 . EBb(^ -, : : FELIX THE CAT QOJL.LV FALLEN ^ss^^^^^^&i SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK -^ fr A k. 11 TV/ By STANLEY AND ^O^V^'r^ii-lP AM * •*, » lJ^^^ir^«Bi* 9r • **•* m ••»;» »; • ' '.^ - •., ,— ? • -, ' . . •. K " ' * /v, "'V _1_ 'i , , .M ^«^> ^^ti^ilii '^ inc. WORLD. RICHTrRESCTVBD, :.2-2O •t MAKE.-A-CENT WWC »% DAILY CROSSWQ.RP: <". ACROSS 4.X>yu;m '•' 23,Knitting l l. Capable 5'Greet stitch" r • '' 5.Cilquei 6, Grinding 25. Wild pig 9. Kind of . • 'material ... 26. Laughing :.' darice 1 ^.•'•"" 7. Caps . 27 ; Disease • 10. Indian ; 8. Bellowed . 'of grain. 1 nurie-•" ' 11. Piece of pa- 28. Pal 11. Prick per currency 29. Discovers • painfully 13, Approaches 30. Long-neCked 12. Citrus 'fruit 15; Fiber used ' "birds- '" —,. . ,. ^ •-. | l4. Attractive for cordage 32. Fastened fabrics 34. Burn' slightly; ; *• "hurrah" 17. Compassion 21. A ; ddirig 18. Tantalum machines ' (sym 1 ,) 19. Repeat 21. Thrice (mus.) 22. Spanish coin 23. Seed vessels 21. Goddess of " harvest* 25. .' Knot thread 38. Tune 40.Obe*<i 26i Edges, ; Mwrin-e" . ' 31. Frb«ivwater ' 32. Not deep .; 33. Close to 34, •i South American river 36. Books of <, Hebrew Bible 38, Mohammedan prayercall 39, Traveler'* box 40, Worries 41, Incite 44. Drinking cup (Scot); : ,-' _ DOWN, 1. MbVe 2. Cheery 3. Solitary 26 31 4s, 5< i i L > : T 's-M T Z J y- RAPHS Pass-a-Grille, j^iaTj is one mile" long and one block wide, at the southern tip of. Pass-a-Grillc -' Key. , It is. one of the world's ' famous: .fishing 'resorts, and "is' .visited 'annually by .-sportsmen I, frpm^ many, Ife-ndJi. '. Seamen .dislike to, have a, shark follow- a ship'because' there ; is"a . ; belief a,mong seafaring- men that ; a,;'deithV'wilF occur on-board if the shark follows the boat for 24^hours. "*'''''. '/•'' :"'•*•.# * • ' ' ;. Sir Thomas Aquinas, saint and^. outstanding'; phifoiopher of :f ! the:, 1 13th cehturxi.r was called; the; "A'ngelic Doctor." '•?.'•'•'••-: * *. * •. ' ' keuka Jake, in Ne\s{» York t state,/is 19 miles long and forms •'-•' letter Y. 1 ' • ^ <' : •:'•''•' "A glaucous-winged ed in British Columbia In July; 1925, was ": found dead /.In th« same province . in 3>pteml>*r, 1936 f provin|hth&t the' bird ha4 lived 11 years;/'- > --\v';' . : • . '.^: l ';.;,- iiv/v*' *•;•' • • ,!:- ; . '• • • , >,':' . ' ' '.' ' ' f ' ' ".• . "'vV The<;AVskan, frame commUiton , reports AlasKft's , f vir tcappfrp; nettedriimdilt'^l^eo.OOO; iii-iHO-.: for the salt of 565,500 fur pj»lt<|. shipped to tltc United''SUtef. ,' •* ' 4 "" ' *.•*' *•.:• - 1 The almandine garnet crimson in color,, and n vU>let; ;> c.9lum$ine reclV; The ftne»c «on«« '* « ''' ' "* ''' ^' m. » f —1.J A.* *^ ' ^k ^vWk 2 4C^\A>tt^A have a religious ,, TJxe MacaronLclub.of L^Tf* a foni^rtfaniiktipiv>ffAJ rHfefr cd by famQUS dandiei Coot i.J» .i

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