Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 15, 1941 · Page 40
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 40

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, February 15, 1941
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Page Four (Section TwoT •~ Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Saturday Morning, February IS, 1941 ====== ====== = = ========== ====== Teleph' one By Fred Neher Life's Like That "Iwo-bits you don't make it'." This Curious World By William Ferguson ATA TI/WE WHEN , WALKING/ BECAUSE ot= THIS KACT, AFRICAN! HUNTTEISS SAV THAT HilPUIipi N EW YORKERS consumed 17,973,056 gallons of ihard liquor during 1910, the state announces. W e dispute it. Present - day whisky being what it is, we still think the __ consumers took one taste and threw the rest down the sink. * * * OFFER I'm a conscientious objector, And no good in war, I see; But it's quite all right for you to fight And save the world for me. —R. W. Roberts. For More H. I. Sra The Editorial Pace 1 ,SUCTIOM CAN LIFT WATER ONC/ BUT/VAOTHEE. MATURED CAN PUMP IT TO THE TOP OF TREES 350 FEET ' OK AWRE INI..HEI&HT: S-ts Answer: In peacetime it operates under the Treasury Department. In war, It automatically becomes a part of the navy. Nert: Which is larger, North or South America? Crossword Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1,6 Pictured ; modern painter. 11 To barter. 12 To manufacture. 33 Consecrated. 34 Wainscotting. 3.6 Ever (contr.). 17 Giant king. 38 Clamor. 19 Preposition. 20 Toward. 21 To eye. 23 Company . (abbr.). |24 There has . been much or dispute over 42 Pulpy fruit 45 Desert train. 48 Queer. 50 Hews. 52 Oriental guitar, his paintings. 53 To run away. Artist Of Today Answer to Previous Puzzle 14 Acted as * model. 15 Snow avalanche. 20 Carries. 22 Theme. 24 Folding bed. 25 Transposed. 26 Tatter. 27Machin« •worker. 28 Energy. 29 Still. 31 Upon. 34 Lava. 36 Fabulous bird. 38 Blower. 40 Double bass. pictures or SO To honk. 32 Fast. S3 Oceans. .35 To bury. 57 Emerald. '38 Deadly. 39 To \veep. 41 Horse food. 54 Afternoon meal. 55'Struck. 56 Wing. 57 His home is in . 58 He is a painter of wall VERTICAL 2 Small island. 3 Urn. 4 Fuel. 5 Alternative. 7 Vivid describer. 8 Mover's truck. 48 Round jar. 9 Pieced out 49 To apportion. 10 Small 51 Capuchin memorial. monkey. l 13 Lovely. 53 Remote. Don't Take MY Word By FRANK OOLBt Questions From Here And There Question: Will you please tell us how to pronounce PALL MALL?— Ajax Girls. Answer: Do not say:* "pawl MAWL." Originally Pall Mall was a game common in Europe. Pall Mall street in London is on the site of a pall mall alley. The name has two pronunciations. First choice: pell MELL. Second choice: pal MAL. * * • Question: What does one call the two dots placed over a vowel to indicate pronunciation as a separate syllable?—S. T. T. Answer: -The mark is called DIAERESIS, pronounced: dye- AlR-ee-sis. In German, two dots over a vowel do not indicate a separate syllable, but merely change the sound of the vowel, and the mark is called UMLAUT, pronounced: OOM-lout. * * * Question: Why are legislators sometimes called SOLONS, and how is the word pronounced?— Mac. Answer: Solon was a wise Athenian lawmaker of the sixth century. Do not say "suh-LAHN." Accent the first syllable which rhymes with toe: SOE-Iahn. * * * Question: Please pronounce DIPHTHONG.—O. M. Answer: Not "DIP-thong." The Irst syllable rhmes with IF, as: DIF-thong. * * * This week's prize for LOONY ..OGIC goes to the American dictionary that describes pantaloons as: "A tight-fitting man's garment"! Press Portraits "Sow, here," said the real estate agent in the Old World capital, as he showed the prospective buyer the property, "li a nice house—wasn't it?" — IMS Angeles Times Cranium Crackers IARKED MONEY Some people complain that they OKIIU pend their money so fast they choo'w Iro !? ont get a cnan ce to have a good ballot at it- Maybe vou ' re on * ° 44 Culmination. 46 Edge. 47 Tanning pot Maybe you're one those. If so, you'll probably be stuck by the following question about what appears on our everyday U. S. coins and bills. on 1. What five words appear the Lincoln side of the penny? 2. What appears on the "tails' side of a 50-cent piece? 3. What men's names appear on a current $5 bill? 4. Whose head Is on the new quarter? Sio' KM*** man k pictured on the Answers Below Mopsy By GLADYS PARKER Millican, Ore., has no neighborhood squabbles. W. A Rahn Is tho le population. whole population, • • * No matter how much love is made, there always seems to be t n orts^^ • * » » Franklin D. Roosevelt says wry fate places the budget on IK coming through the wry to the tune of 17 Vi billion. WOW GOULD TOD Bt AN ACTRESS? I BET YOU DONV KNOW THE FIRST ta "90-maWng 151 years that hungr pi hungry? ** Ut the being S herd ^ loaves ol bread daily. Cranium Crackers Answers . 1- "Liberty" and "In God we trust' appear on the Lincoln side of the penny. , 2 - t , Th< ; American eagle appears i the "tails'" side of a 50-cent ece. 3. Names on the $5 bill are: Lincoln, W. A. Julian, treasurer of the United States, and Henry Mor- ?pnthau, jr., secretary of the 4. George Washington appears on the new quarter. 5. Alexander Hamilton, first appears Our Boarding House Out Wickenburg Way With Major Hoople E6AP, BARBER/— J&^, A FORTUNE AWArrS/l|p fUE INVEWmc \wun )s22!fi BUT LISTEN--I'M OM A PASS- THATS3 OWE 6p-M FEW PRIVILEGES A ™ SOLDIER GITS/ I bQM'T HAVE TO <30 TO BED ALL WIGHT IF I DONT FEEL LJUB IT--GOSH, VOU MAKE ME DO KITCHEM POLICE FFB BEIM' BAD, AM TAKE AWAV MY PRIVILEGES F£B W BEIM' <SOOD—vou AIM* WO CORPORAL A JAILER./ - VOU'RE GOING RISHT UP TO BED— VOUVE GOT TO BE 1W BED AT ELEVEN/ VOL) JOI WED THAT DRILL OUTFIT AMD I'M SOI MS TO SEE THAT VOU LIVE UP TO rr~ THAT'S WHV HE MADE. ME A . w— »^ x - z =>5»«CSs=c = ^i<££'ftSai 1 1 GOT ) CrtMTHowABoLrrAla r SOAP IN /S (SHIELD AND TROUGH MV EVES M T^toDRftlN WATER t By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuife Thll Comic In Full Color 1 Page In The Sunday Republic J WOULD VOU BE INTERESTED BUYING LAURENCE HENDRICKS THE LAST NAME ON THE LIST". GOTAOOPYOF THE LIST GIVEN TO YOU. I'VE BEEN SEARCHING ALLOVEB TOWN. TO/INS TO LEARN HOW VOU ABEKMKINGOUT! The Gumps By Gus Edioa MO BUTS, VvY PRIEN.&— . VOU'RE MUCU TOO MODEST; Y6U HAVE &WEMTME ACT OUST THE RlfcMT CO>AE1>Y TOUCH— DO YOUR. sniFp AT EVERY A STROKE OF<3EKIUS.-YOUR BEAR AMD VIRESrUNti BULV. MOOSE- THEN, UUST yiMENTHE AUftieSCE TUIMXS THE ACT'S A FAKE, OUT Boots and Her Buddies Mutt and Jeff T St« Thin Comic In Full Color ~| Pan In The Sunday Rtitnbllc \ .4s An Inventor, lAomas Wison Had Nothing On Jeff- By Bud Fisher MUTT, LOOK AT THE AECHANICM. TRAMP I INVENTED. lit CLEAN UP A FORTUNE ON IT! rrs NOT SUPPOSED TO wontf ITS A TRAMP— AND TRAMPS NEVER WORK" NOT ONLV TO CHILDREN, BUT TOABOU/N-UK kS WEU..' Sergeant Stony Craig [ S«e This C'umlo in Full Color 1 Pace In Tho Sunday Republic J Sergei Relents By Frank Rentf row and Don Diekni {Co 'In COLONEL SERGEI, I AM PROFOUNDLY SORBY A MEMBER OF MV COMMAND WOULD. ACT PRIVATE WI9E DID WAIT / A MINUTE/ TAKE A SANDER ATTUKNEVKMPER NOTICE-IT GIVE* ME AN IDEA THERE K10 THJJte WHAT PUNISHMENT KEADQOARTEUS MAY DECIDE- EVEN DEATH PLACE FOR SOLDIER-MANS- WAITING REPORT OF FAILURE T( AND WHERE SUE IS THEM FIGHT- FELLOW NOW? The Fabricator PUK4T. XXJR WENT OUT OF / NO,1 KMEW 5H6 WAS GOINJ6-SHE ' IS A SENTIMENTAL TRVCK—SHE. OUST CAMT THANK FOLKS FOR THEIR. CONSIDERATION OP UEf*. SHE. ASKED ME COMVEV TO AU. OP ^ou wen HERE LIKE A DRIED MAKE AMENDS ARGUMENT, DID VOU 2 The Nebbs

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