Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 18, 1941 · Page 44
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Page Four (Section Two)" Life's Like That By Fred Neher "We don't throw things at the customers, Bliss Rinpenberg, even If they do deserve it!'.!" This Curious World By William Ferguson SOME SCIENTISTS THINK THE ICE WERE CAUSED BV THE EARTH'S CRUST ON ITS COKE SO THAT THE t+iOKTH F»OI_E= WAS IN GREENLAND. COPS. 1941 BVNE» SERVICE. Wl ' IN A MATtONJAL. LEAGUE /• HOCKEV G/V/WE, ••THE TOEONTO /WARL.E Jj LEAPS AND NEW V<5RK. •.AMERICANS SCORED Z-18 SNAKES THAT BRIN<3» FOETH THEIR. VOUNIfc 4£S\S^ ARE tTHOSE ANSWER: Wrong. Harmless garter snakes and poisonous rattlers both give birth to living young, and the poisonous coral snake hatches from an egg. .NEXT: Curious facts about the Battle of New Orleans. Crossword Puzzle Well-Known Showman "HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Puzzle 1 American showman. (l2Dry. J13 Melancholy. '14 Cupid. •16 Puppets, 18 Finale. 119 One of an African tribe. 80 To relate. 122 Soft brooms.. 123 Cry of inquiry J25 Willingness. ',27 Before Christ (abbr.). i28 Gypsy. ': 30 Dreadful 131 Cravat '32 Duck. !34 Hastened. • 35 Owns. \ 36 Characteristic expression. ISSJIeuter pronoun. 139 Beast of burden. ;40 To grieve. Eg SHIlfflH l|II ii gHDfflH" Offlg HSH HHIS ~Q SSii^JS 46 Cubic (abbr.). 47 Church title. 49 One who receives a legacy. 52 Length measure. 53 Circular wall. 55 Savage. 56 Eucharist vessel. 57 He -was'a producer ol shows. 58 His famous dwarf actor, "General tent show widely. 15 lie 'was a popular and showman 17 Sleigh. 19 Genus of cattle. 21 Den. 22 Myselt 24 Dug in the garden. 26 Draining'. 27 DiagonaL 29 To cripple. 31 Demonstrative pronoun. 33 Fold of string. 37 To cogitate. VERTICAL 1 Opposed to con. 2 Sword handle. 41 LodesT 3 Lazy person. « Songs for one voice. 45 Sour. 46Eeticent person.' 48 Russian village. 50 Peasant 51 Tree. 52 Sour plum. 54 South. Carolina (abbr.). 4 Verb ending. 5100 square meters. 6 Experiencing sensation. 7 Inferior. 8 Measure of area. 9 Low tides. 10 Footed vases. 11 Witticism. 12 He or 1 -• publicized his -56 Exclamation. Hi! Phillips (Copyrlcnt) • A Y O U N G man recently spent a whole day in a dental chair in order to qual: if y f o r the arm y. Those bombs will have no terrors for him now. tr-^—.—._ Can you remember—Away back 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 b 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 Twitchell called op about 'em, but dropped the matter because he couldn't arrange for a fittins;. [ For More H. I. rnllllp§ "I S« The Editorial race J Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Tuesday Morning, February 18, 1941 =^== With Major Hoople TelepEo Don't Take MY Word By FRANK COLBY NAZI Of or pertaining to the ruling party of Germany. Since the President's defense speech, this query has come from many readers: "Mr. Roosevelt said •NAT-see, rhyming the first syllable with fat, hat Was he correct?" The President, one of the few speech precisionists in American public life, might have used a little broader "a" in Nazi. The German 'a" is pronounced "ah." Webster's lists Nazi as XAHT-see. But, NAHT-see or NAT-see. never rhyme Nazi with "jazzy," nor pronounce it "NAY-zye." Nail is a coined word from the e r m a n "Nationalsozialistische partei." In Germany (Deutschland, pronounced DOVCH-lahnt) the swastika is known as the "hakenkreuz," pronounced HAH-ken-kroyts. It was adopted In 1918 as the official emblem of the 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 with the breath against the soft palanL (Capitals Indicate syllables to be accented.) Press Portraits J COME OUT AND SEE •west eovs WITHIN A YEAR AND SEE SOME FIRST CLAS-i SOLDIERS / Authorities are still using those horrible words, selectee, trainee and draftee. What's the matter with soldier? —Omaha World-Herald Cranium Crackers SOME SPORTS FI' JRES Here are the last names of 10 rominent sports figures, listed be- ide the names of 10 events. Can "ou pair them correctly? Many a man never shines an^-here except in the seat of his pants. ^ Pe ° Ple really " e ^ Couldn't waste any on fa car- up t0 cau ^ in Florida. OUt of »»«»*, he may grow it's nicer than being total* Sarazen (g) 2. Hoppe (a) 3. Shore (c) 4. Budge (e) 5. Holman (i) 6. Burk (h) 7. Grange (j) 8. Platak (b) 9. Bonthron (f) 10. Hitchcock (d) (a) billiards. (b) handball. <c) hockey. (d) polo. (e) tennis. (f) track. (g) golf (h) rowing. <i) basketball. (j) football. Answers Below Mopsy By GLADYS PARKER IM 90 SORRY, MOPSY. }/ WHICH OWE ? TAKEMYKAMDAND V/TUE ONE WITH rORGlUE ME r-*' \ THE KNIFE IN IT? Cranium Crackers Answers 1. Sarazen—(g) golf. 2. Hoppe—(a) billiards. 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, Out Wickenburg Way Our Boarding House GO VOU'RE THE GUV WHO'S BEEM SMATCHING THE VEIL I'VE 8EEM L'S;N6 FOR ft BLANKET GIMME- WT CHUNK OF CREPE DE CHINE BEFORE AW CLAWS COME OUT AND I SCRftTCH OUTA FIFTH J40LDHM THERE, MACKjWHILE I FRISK HIS LITTER FOR THE OLD SAIL THAT FROM W SLAB LAST NISH.T/ WELL, THEY'RE AM UNUSUAL COLOR, AN' I THINK THEY STUFFED HIM TO BEIN& OUT ALL TH' COLOR THEY COULD ED IT'S MODER.NT£n "ALL THEV DO PUT A BALE o ; HAY IN 'EM AN| CUT TH' WII5ES ALBINO DEEP?, EH? SO THAT'S WHAT THEY •LOOK LIKE DON'T WHOLE HOU5EHOLD/ TAKE VOUR GENDARME HANDS OFF ME LEST NOU FEEL THE IRE OF AROUSED HOOPLE By Jerry Siegel and Joe Qakk Getaway r S*e Thla Comlo In Full Color 1 L Pase in Th 8 Sunday Republic J GOT TO GET ** JOHN MATTHEWS! DO aacKTO WOBK,YOU BEALITE WHAT I DON'T SEE WHY >OU WERE SO ANXIOUS TO HUEBY BACK FROM HAT VACATION, DEAR. DOVWTHE STAIBS AT FULL SPEED1 THEBEAL EUSTACE WATSON. TEI2BIRED, LB6PSTO HIDE BEHIND SOME O&PECIES AS THE OCOJ»VNTS OF AN M3M2TMENT WHERE HE IS BESTING UNINVITED, BETURN HOME! J lesel YOU'VE DONE? I'VE GOT TO GETOJrrOF FT MUST HAVE BEEN ONALLTHETIME I COULD HAVE SWOON ITU2N- ED IT OFR Gone But Not Forgotten By Gus Edsol The Gumps r See This Comlo In Full Color 1 L Taca in The Sunday Republic J faUMP.' BULU MOOSE IS Toun Greai Ohio, inac llEl THE TALX CF THE TOWN/ THERE'S A QUEUE CF BACK To NICE QUIET BEEM TRVIN&. To YELL ALL YOUR FAULT YOU-Vai Boots and Her Buddies By Edgar Marta Onf Of The Past rwvw.i < ?\AViT«VOKi 1 HK-b SES.V4 \»i A Gambler /s One Who Takes A Chance And Jeff /s No Gambler See Ibis Comic In Full Color ~] Paze In The Sunday Republic J Mutt and Jeff By Bud Fish* ^o.K. WE'LL BET' IT. IS NOT. 1 TODAY ,VES, BUT \ ('SUPPOSE \ I VOUJ.OSE?; IF yob LOSE YOU HAVE JO : .I SAID,ID COME OP VJ6DNESDAV. TEM KISSES! TEM KISSES! tenth (ear a SttS 13.11 I, By Frank Rentfrow andDon Dickson Sergi /s Accommodating Sergeant Stony Craig SUREfiNG.' 1 —> JERGEI MYOWNSELF GUD TO DO FAVOR. SUE TELL YOU WHETHER HE IS GOOD TING OR NO THIS IS A PUNK JOB ON FORGING THESE CREDENTIALS. I WONT USE THEM UNLESS I HAVE TO. BRING JUN61E OVER RIGHT AWAY TRIM THE MUSTACHE) A BIT OF DYE AND A NICE VAN DYKE SHOULD MAKE ME QUITE DIGNIFIED IF YOU DON'T MIND, SERGEI. IT'S AMTI-AIRCRAFT. NOT UNCLE SERGEI. THEY ARE TO DEMONSTRATE SOME NEW WEAPOMS.WOULO YOU AND THE MINISTER LIKE TO-? SERGEI TIM IF THESE UNCLE-AIRCRAFT GUN IS SOME GOOD WE BUY HIM FOP. TROPICOLA [ See This Comlo In Full Color ~] Fags In The Sunday BtpubUo J , I AM GRATEPULynAVBE SOME OWB* TOR -YOUR COMSIDERATIOM BE OP ME AND ALSO TO TULAP, BUT MY WIFE WAS CHAXiSED HER LEAVIMS UKC IT HERE AMD UVCE NEBS, SO 1 VWOM'T BE SO RIGHT OVER ID SEE TUIS PEV.LOVJ EM6E.RT ANO SET THE. LAtf OP THE LA.MO 1 OONTT UHE. THE W«/ THIS SAU ACTS THAT VOU PICKED OUT FOR THIS OOB-SHE PASSED OUT I-N DOUGH UKE, IT WAS WAND »US AND THEM DUCKS THE JOB 1 INTERESTED IN A LOA RI6UT NOW. PERHAPS OTHER

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