Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 18, 1941 · Page 12
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P*ge Four (Section Two? Life's Like That By Fred Neher Arizona Republic, PKoenlx, Tuesday Morning, February 18, Out Wickenburg Way With Major Hoople "We don't throw things at the customers, Miss Ringenberp, If they do deserve it:::" even This Curious World By William Ferguson SOME SCIENTISTS} THINK THE ICE WERE CAUSED BVTHE EARTH'S CRUST ON ITS COKE SO THAT THE POLO WAS IN [GREENLAND! conn««t «Y MU SOWICE. me. IM A VHOMAL LEAGUE t HOCKEV GAsA\E, , fHE TORONTO /VAAPLE :,ja.£APS AND NEWVORK. \*"^9^L i t ffi pji ^* JV W 1g ^»^*^P*^^^^ UESSTHANI «r- ^tr*ff^r^^9 rf»**^* »! ; \MABCH /S t SS>38J SNAKES THAT FORTH THEIR. VOUM£» 4£S\SJ£ ARE „ < , THOSE T Z-J8 / ^ARE -;ANS\VER: Wrong. Harmless garter snakes and poisonous rattlers Ikrtb give birth to living young, and the poisonous coral snaHe hatches -an egg. 3SESS: Curious facts about the Battle of New Orleans. JBrossword Puzzle Well-Known Showman IflOKIZONTAL Answer to PrevioM Pntde JWlAOjIMIOr IfiK HI=in ; iiM DU n gnni&K ii:s e of an ican tribe. Zft'Tp relate. ZZSoft brooms. , 23Cry of inquiry Egg EHM'SH HHi Christ 3SOwns. SfCharacter- ;. istic • expression. (JBJJeuter pronoun. 158 Beast of 1 .\burden. 140 To grievfe. M2 Electric unit '44 Fold. 46 Cubic (abbr.). 47 Church title. 49 One -who receives • legacy. 52'Length measure. 53 Circular walL 55 Savage. 56 Eucharist vessel. 57 He war« producer of ——•shows. 58 His famous dwarf actor, "General tent show widdy. IS He-was a popular and showman 17 Sleigh. 19 Genus oC cattle. 21 Den. 22 Myself, | 24 Dug in the garden. | 26 Draining'. 27 Diagonal [ 29 To cripple, SIDemonstra- \ r ERTICAIi live pronoun. 1 Opposed to S3 Fold of string, con. 37 To cogitate, 2 Sword handle. 41 Lodes. S Lazy person. 43 Songs for «oe < Verb ending. voices 8100 square 45 Sour. meters. 46peticent «Experiencing person.' sensation. 48 Russian t Inferior. 'village; 8 Measure of SO Peasant area. 51 Tree. 8 Low tide*. 52 Sour plum. 10 Footed vases. 64 South 11 Witticism. Carolina 12 He or (abnr.). Hi! Phillips cCopyrlrht) • YOUNG cently spent a whole day in • dental chair in order to qualify for the army. Those bombs will have no terrors for him now. * • • __ _ Can you remember—Away bach when the United States never dreamed of going to war with anybody who hadn't attacked us? * * * "Do you remember," asks Martin Ragway, "when a million dollars seemed like at lot of money?" . , . Broadway now refers to a recent musical show as "Crazy with the Hoots." What we can't understand Is why, the situation in the world today being what it is, Mr. Hearst wants to sell all those suits of medieval armor. Speaking of those armor suits, Elmer Twitchel! called up about 'em, but dropped the matter because he couldn't arrange for • fitting. f f , C For Mora H. I. Fhffllpl *1 get The Editorial Fw> J Don't Take MY Word By FRANK COLBX NAZI Of or pertaining to the ruling party of Germany. Since the President's defense speech, this query has come fron manv readers: "Mr. Roosevelt said 'NAT-see, rhyming the first syllable with fat, hat Was he correct?" Th» President, one of the few speech precisionists in American public life, might have used a little sroader "a" in Nazi. The German "a" is pronounced "ah." Webster's lists Nazi as NAHT-see. But, NAHT-see or NAT-see never rhyme Nazi with "jazzy," nor pronounce it "NAY-zye." Nazi is a coined word from the German "Nationalsozialistische partei." In Germany (Deutschland, pronounced DOYCH-lahnt) the swastika is known as the "I.aVenkreuz, 1 pronounced HAH-ken-kroy*«. It was adopted in 1918 as the official emblem of .he Nazi party. Hitler's first name is not Adolph but ADOLF. Do not say "Ad-olf nor "AY-dolf." The correct pronunciation is: AH-dolf. The word REICH, meaning em- )ire, has the German fricative "ch" as in ach, dich. Do not rhyme the vord with like, nor give it an "sh" sound. Say the word RYE and 'inish it with a "ch" made solely OTth the breath against the soft >alant. (Capitals indicate syllables to be accented.) Press Port raffs SOME FIRST CLASS SOLDIERS/ Authoritlen are still using those horrible words, selectee, trainee and draftee. What's the matter with soldier? —Omaha World-Herald Cranium Crackers SOME SPORTS fir JKES Here are the last names of 10 iromlnent sports figures, listed beside the names of 10 events. Can r ou pair them correctly? •——^ * publicized his -56 Exclamation. Many a man never shines any^ere except In the seat of his pants. • People really need sympathy you shouldn't waste any on your e up t ignored!' 0 '* " U * c0 " 1 t0 be t's car- grow it's nicer than being totally Sarazen (g) 2. Hoppe (a) 3. Shore (c) 4. Budge (e) 5. Holman (0 6. Burk (h) 7. Grange (j) 8. Platak (b) 9. Bonthron (f) 10. Hitchcock (d) Answers Below (a) billiards. (b) handball. <C> hockey. (d) polo. (e) tennis. (f) track. (g) golf (h) rowing. (i) basketball. (j) football. Mopsy By GLADYS PARKER IM SO SORRY, MOP3V. TAKE MY HAND M» fORHVEME WHICH ONI» THE ONE WITH THE KNIFE M Cranium Crackers Answers 1. Sarazen—(g) golf. 2. Hoppe—(a) bUliards. 3. Shore—(c) hockey. 4. Budge—(e) tennis. 5. Holman—(i) basketball. 6. Burk—(h) rowing. 7. Grange—(j) football. 8. Platak—(b) handball. 9. Bonthron—(f) track. 10. Hitchcock—(d) polo. Our Boarding House TelepHone; ===== By J. R. Will WELL, THEY'RE AN UNUSUAL COLOR, AN' X THINK. THEY STUFFEP HIM TO BF2IN& OUT ALL TH' COLOR THEY COULD HOLD HIM THERE, jUMLE I FRISK MIS UTTER FORTHEr OLD SAIL THAT, VAMlSHED UISHT/ 6O ^^OU'RE THE GUV WHO'S DEER, EH? SO THAT'S WHAT THEY •LOOK LIKE ^A^/ WORD DON'T WHOLE HOUSEHOLD/ TAKE VOUR GENDARME HANDS USIM& TOR A BLANKET PUT A BALE 0 HAY IN CUT TH' TUPCT CHUNK OP CREPE DE CHINE BETORE IWCLftWS COMS OUT AND I SCRATCH DO OUTA 4E FtFCU By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shotfe Quick Getaway [ Sec Thli Comlo In Full Color 1 Faga In The Sunday Republic J /I OONTSEEWHYGOTTOGET a«CKTOWOiaC KNOW- THEB«CJO-PLAYING THECEAL VOUWECE SO ANXIOUS EUSTACE ( 10 HURBV BACK FROM WATSON. \THAT V*O«nON,DBM2. STAieS AT FULL SPE60! ONALL1HET1ME WEWB2EAWAV LBJPSTO HIDE BEHIND SOME AS THE CXXUMNTS OF AN WHERE HE IS RESTING JNINVITEO, CETUBN HOME! Cone Bat Not Forgotten The Gumps BULU MOOSE IS, THE TALX OF THE TCAMN / THERE'S A QUEUE OF PEOPLE "3 BLOCKS LONCr WWTiMtr TO GET TICKETS SHOW/ THAT* WHAT I'VE BEEN WANT TO. N6iR«TU UlVt PERSONALLY IM THIS THEPCTR By Edgar Matii Boots and Her Buddies Out Of The Put 6000 Too eooo A Gambler /s One Who Takes A Chance And Jeff h No Gambler By Bud Fi«h« Mutt and'Jeff NOT. 1 TODAY ' S TUESDAY/ f THEMaLL / 6IVEVOU VTEH KISSES! IP YOU LOSS I SAID;ID COM£ r OP WEDNESDAY Sergi Is Accommodating. By Frank Rentfrow and Sergeant Stony Craig IFYOU DONt M1NO/ SERGEI. ITS AMTI-MRCRAFt NOT UMO£ SEPGE! T'IMK IF THESE UNCLE- AIRCRAFT GUN SOME GOOD WE BUY HIM FOA TROPICOU SURE TING.' SEBGEIMYOWNSEIF GLAD TO DO FAVOR. SHE TEtL V01J WHETHER HE I? GOOD TINS Oft NO THIS K A PUNK JOB OH FORGING > THESE CREDENTIALS. I WON'T USE THEM UNLESS I HAVE TO. BRING JUN6LE KATZ J OVER BIGHT AWAY ' TRIM THE MUSTACHE; A BIT Of SKIN DYE AND A NICE VAN DYKE SHOULD MAKE ME QUITE DIGNIFIED SERGEI. THEY ARE TO DEMONSTRATE SOME MEW WEAPONS.WOUID YOU AND THE MINISTER LIKE TO-? [ See This Comlo In Full Color 1 Page In Ihe Sunday Republic J pTfebAjEMfri. I AM PORVOOR COWSlOeRATlOW OP ME AND ALSO TO TULAP,BL)T MV WIPE HAS CWAWGEO HER MlMD LEAVIKiS NORTHVtLLE AND 1 UKS IT HERE AMD UKE mese, so i \WONT BE \eemr ± QOfJiT UVCE THE WA/ THIS <9AU ACTS THAT VOO PIOCEO OUT WCU. GO OlGMT OVER ID SEE FEV.UOVJ CMBttlT AND SET THE UAV OP THE LAND FOR TUIS OOQ—SHE PASSED OUT MV OOUQU LIKE \T WAS HAND BIOS AMD THEM DUCKS THE JOB 1 NOW PERM APS OTHER

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