Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 19, 1941 · Page 32
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 32

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, February 19, 1941
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Page Four (Section TwoT •»=====^= Life'* Like That (!•-,.-,> ,-?• , ^.* ft,-.--'",- . •» .,-r, , . ,C'.Hf ,< ».,-•*» . ' •..'I' •,*— Ariiona Republic, Phoenix, Wednesday Morning, February 19, 1941 By Fred Neher "Here's a dollar, dear. . . . Don't forget to pay something on the radio, the rug, the car, Junior's bicycle and the gas bill." This Curious World By William Ferguson Me BATTLE of NEW ORLEANS W/AS THE ONl>/ REAL. VICTORV WON BY AMERICAN LAND FORCES IN THE WAR OF IB13. ... AND IT WAS FOUGHT A^TjEK t/UAX? AND A TREATV HAD BEEN SIONED. VOU NAME THESE TITLES OF AUSTRAUIA, IS IT IS A RELATIVE OF THE ANSWER: 1. Night and Day; 2. Shepherd's Hey; 3. Dark Eyes; C Tramp, Tramp, Tramp. NEXT: Which came first, the bird or the egg? Ensnii Efiag ra nmmm n Crossword Puzzle Ruminant Animal HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Puzzle 10 Part of a stair. 1 Pictured is an folMl'i IMPIAIQIRIAIPIKH IIMI ,. lavaial^^ll II « (I '•ll—lf~AfcJFI_Jir-^ir^H^Ji^Jtl II_ •*. elk or . : S Its solid horns. fDIOILILISHBNIDaBBIAINJfTIl 12 Altar chest 13 Chinese laborer. 14 Saucy. 16 Antiquated. 17 Slash. 18 And. 20 Golf term. 21 Neuter pronoun. E2To shove. 24 Right (abbr.). 45 Street (abbr.). 61 The reindeer 26 To imitate. 46 Perched. 29 Swift. 47 Pen point 31 Infection. 49 Northeast S3 Frozen water. • (abbr.). 35 Old-womanish 50 JRiver ducks. 57 Tolled. 52 Old measure. 38 Species of this 54 Insulated. animal. 56 Inlet. 40 Festival. 57 Wrath. 41 Custom. 59 Neither. lina' (abbr.). 42 Its meat is 60 It belongs to 7 Spinning toy. called . the family 8 Abhorring. i4 Upright shaft. . 8 Otherwise. 11 To view. 115 To suppress. J19 Dyewood tree. J 21 To confide. 123 Mineral spring 125 Discoursed. 126 Coal pit [ 27 Mountain (abbr.). I 28 Plant shoot 130 Clock face. 32 Strict J 34 Coins collectively. 36 Llano dweller: lives in north- 38 Encountered, em 5. 39 Age. 42 Duct VERTICAL «Insect's «gj. 1 To dibble. 46 Slovak. 2 To build. 48 Slam. 3 Natural color. 51 Ozone. 4 Clattering. 52 Data.. 6 North Caro- 53 Myselt SSTaro paste. 57 AdvertisemenJ 58 Railroad (abbr.). Hi! Phillips (CopirlibU • I F the war ends, as mini o • t every- fa ody expects,.with every nation on earth broke, busted and flat on its uppers, the world has at least an appropriate p o 11- war song for . Jus all: "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, the Boys Are Marching." • • * SIMILES As embarrassed as a cougher at a Toscanini concert. As unnatural as subway chivalry.-^Jay Jostyn. * * • We hear that som« Englishmen are so dissatisfied with Uncle Sam's short of war ideas that they are calling him "Shorty." » » » C For Mora If. I. Phillip. 1 get The Editorial Pace J Don't Take MY Word By FRANK COLBY SALON Noun! An elaborate drawing room; a place where works of art are exhibited. * » » SALON is the Surprise Word of the Week. The universal American pronunciation "suh-LAHN" will not be found in any accepted authority. Check the pronunciation carefully in your dictionary; note especially that the "n" is given the French nasal sound, as in bon, ton, mon. Yhis is the only pronunciation listed (the first syllable is approximately the same as the name Sal): sal-LAW(N). (Capitals indicate syllables to be accented.) Surprised? Wait till you read what follows: SALON and SALOON have exactly the same meaning. Saloon is simple the English spelling of the French salon. Nothing in the etymology of the word Saloon even hints of the bar or of liquor, although in the United States the word has always been so associated. "Beauty Saloon" is as correct as "Beauty Salon." The saloon of a ship is not the bar but a large drawing room for first-class passengers. In England the railroad parlor car is the "saloon car." The British likewise prefer "saloon car" to designate the type of automobile known to us as the sedan. The Gumps Press Portraits Whatever became of Carol of Rumania—but don't get up to look! —San Francisco Chronicle Cranium Crackers NAMES IN THE NEW S Here are five names which have appeared on the nation's front >ages in recent weeks. Can you dentify each name and tell why it was newsworthy? 1. Ernest Bevin. 2. King George V. 3. Empress Quizzero Menen. 4. Louis N. Newsom. 5. Horia Sima. Answers Below Mopsy By GLADYS PARKER Enough silk stockings were given as Christmas presents to keep tidrtc short another year. * • • :- Heavy snows have stopped some of the armies in Europe from going claying. :: • • • :. Record number of autos sold in 1940—but it doesn't seem to have Biadt any more room in the streetcars. * • » We'd all live in Utopia If we made as much money as we lead people to think we do. » * » Health is out in the open, but you can't get much of it by opening bottles. » • • ' Dedham, Mass., couple's marriage not only went to the dogs, but to the cats. He got a divorce because she kept nine of one and 17 of the other. .' ' * * • An optimist is anyone who eats chestnuts in the dark. DONT BC 3U.Y, DKK, THATS JUST PUBLICITY/ Cranium Crackers Answers 1..Ernest Bevin, Great Britain's minister of labor, is empowered to draft men and women for industry in that nation's war effort. Z King George V is the name of the British battleship on which ^the new ambassador to the United States, Lord Halifax, came to Washington. 3. Empress Quizzero Menen, consort of Haile Selassie, recently left her exile in London to return to Ethiopia. 4. Louis N. (Buck) Newsom of the Detroit Tigers was the center of a baseball salary debate in which the president of his club, Walter Briggs, and Alva Bradley of the Cleveland Indians took part. Both claimed to be paying the biggest salary to a pitcher—Briggs to Newsom and Bradley to Bob Feller. 5. Horia Sima, vice-premier of Rumania, reported leader of an Iron Guard revolt, was said to have been arrested while attempting to fles the country. Our Boarding House ... I SUPPOSE AULWPLJT THAT 6MEAR ,-JYOUR ANCESTORS)ANA/NV AND HIKE/ 'i. NtZETVte 9UB,3ECr— RICHARD $ WERE IN JAIL If TO THESlWe FOR ^THE LION HEARTED, IMPRISONED fL AT OSETINVe -^. TEN POUNDS OP • \NATPOREI6M t.ANDA«— {%( OR ANOTHER? UMP-KAFF/s I SUPPOSE VOU i^ ^^^f^ljg^VrtMfllMlillllilllilll VJEUOOPLESTRACE OUR) l( (~yf~^'-*sm\mwm 6ACKT&THE J J-" / i,j ,i X & ((( OOUSHTV RICHARO/ —^—\^ With Major Hoopla Out Wickenburg Way BORM THIRTY YEARS TOO SOON Superman [ See Thli Comic In Full Color 1 l'age In The Sunday Republic J Not To Be Trilled With By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuiter MIGHT AS WELL RETUBNTOTHE BOARDING HOUSE. DCONSJDEBITAN HONOR IF YOU'D TAKE MEAN WANT ME SIT DOWN??? BABOON ME FOB PBESUMH* TO BE SEATED. IT WILL NEVER HAPPEN AGAIN, IASSUBE1DU! G-TOTHINKI U TOBEKTTHISGUY TO A SEAT EYERV < MOI2NING, NOT -# DBEAMIN6HEHAD THE STRENGTH OF A HEI2CULES!-") See Thl« Comic In Full Color 1 Page In Xbe Sunday Bepubllc J Mamma Loves Papa By Gus HAVE YOU SEEM BUU. Mttt&E? eaOOD taHlEF.' THEM HE HAS 6iOME THE NORTH WOODS— rr's AU.YOUR FAUCT— YOU NEVER DID CaO OUT VJHATARE UTAlXlN BOUT? I THOUGHT Boots and Her Buddies And That's That MAMAfaER THREATENS. TO 5AiE JAE FOR BREACH VJHYDONfTI WtSC UP AMO RETIRE TO SOME NICE _ QUIET MAbHQUSS! By Edgar Martin 1 WA<b 6«IN& TO ASVi VOO ABOUT \XV\«: ,'OVi ViO <-\cf'. KiO SUH \ . BUT HE ' WROKi(S> AS«. Mutt and Jeff r See This Comic In Full Color "1 Face In The Sunday Itepubllo J If Jeff Is This Bad In February, What Will He Be In Jane? By Bud Fisher TrtE v/ERY IDEA! VOU WANTING TO- KISS Sergeant Stony Craig This Comic In Full Color - rase In The Sunday Republic The Snake Changes His Shin By Frank Rentfrow and Don Dickson The Nebbs /BOTiWIfE. YOU MIUCKIE-) M \ KMOW WHAT YOU )/ H060DVS HEADED BABOON, YOU /ARE. BUT MY ORDERS/I SAY J SHOULD MAKE M NOT CARRYING ONE MAN GET OUT OF )\^ ORDER? THE CAR AND BRING / THE PASS FOR ME TO t HERE'S JUHGIE KATZ, AN- HOLLY GEE/ SNAKE, I DIDN'T KNOW YOU A COMPLIMENT TO MV DISGUISE. TRIGGER, YOU'D BETTER DO WHAT YOU CAM OH YOURSELF LEAVE IT TO ME. BUT I'D RATHER KNIFE THE GUARD THAN JUST SLUG HIM KNOW WHO WE ARE L S«e Thli Comic In Full Color "1 Pan In The Sunday KepubUe J His Happiness SUPPOSE NOU KV40W MRS TUV.AP WAS WKIO ENOUGH TO INTEREST SOME INVESTMENT BROKERS IN MV DOSWN WERE BLH- i MY LUCK. 1 i MISUT eerw THAT MI6HT OUST CANfT KJAMES-1 TORE UP THEIR CABDS-N^ERTHOUSHT 1 UNDERSTAND ID STAY HERE W1TW US "INDEBTED ID vou I

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