Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 20, 1941 · Page 18
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 18

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, February 20, 1941
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Page Four (Section Two)" ====== Life't Like That "I couldn't help noticing we were both having; milk." This Curious World By William Ferguson toN OOG CAME THE ^S/?S»,CV BIRDS • DESCENDED FRCWV REPTILES, AND REPTILES ISLAND OF ANTICOSTI, IN THE GULJ= or= ST. K TWO AND ONE-HALF TIMES AS LAR<3E AS RHODE ISUANID, AND HAS BEEM AT WHAT SPORT DO THE o F=OLLOWIN& TEAMS RLAV • /£W VOS3 CH/CA&O HilWiiUips (Coprrtibt) • C UBA hat just had a near- revolt. It had been .getting; along: 's o peacefully that it was beginning- to lose prestige In the modern world. * • * Add similes: As short of .„_^__ a crusade against lascivious magazines as the New York crusade against lascivious magazines. * * * CALL BY DICTATORS Join our gang and have some fun Double-crossing every one! —S. H. Dewhurst * * * "The bandits wounded the. policeman in the left hand. A checkup revealed that a few of the policeman's bullets had gone wild, shattering eight bottles of liquor, fortunately of an Inexpensive brand."—Jf e w York Herald Tribune, There you go being a stern materialist again! It would be funny If Hitler finally finds out from the American eagle what it means to get the bird. * * • [ For More H. I. Phllllpt "I gee The Editorial race J Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Thursday Morning, February 20,1941 With Major Hoople Telephone &H ANSWER: New York Rangers, hockey; Chicago Bears, professional football; Detroit Tigers, baseball. NEXT: Where Is the source of the St. Lawrence river? Crossword Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1 Napoleon Bonaparte's son. 7 He was called King of - . 10 Inward. Answec to Previous Puttie 12 Father. 13 God of war. J5 Printer's • measure. 18 Money factory 18 Cow houses. 20 Afresh. 21 Stories. 23 Musical note. 241 am (contr.). 26 Zoo. 31 Guinea •(abbr.). 32 Uncouth man. 24 Housed. 35 House cat 36 Region. 38 Cares for. 39 To implore. 40 To clink. 42 Bullfighter. 44 Beings. 45 Tiny vegetable. 47 Split. 48 College official. 49 Pleasure boat. 51 Fashioned, 52 Eternity. 53 Room recess. 55 He lived in his mother's native city, 56 Pans. VERTICAL 2 Atmosphere. 3 Sluggish 4 Behold. 5 Gold quartz. 6 One named for another. 8 To think. 9 Horse's neck hairs. 13 He was named Kapoleon II •when his father . The Eaglet' 14 Suture. 16 Horse. 17 He died at the age of 19 Killed. 22 Growing out 25 Sailor. 27 Sex. 28 Finish. 29 To slumber. 30 Idant. 31 Harnessed. 33 Having a toothed margin. 35 To triumph, 37 Related by blood. 39 Stiffly neat 41 Note in scale. 43 Either. 45 Griddle. 46 Seaweed. 49 Feather scarf. 50 Biblical priest. 52 Type measure 54 Paid publicity Curious thing about the world— people who have no cause to be cheerful are our cheerful people. « » * b6 10 ° * they>d let us sit down the l«t VsTy^^^^ sharp"-* an- & ** Vh ° d ° esnlt *" things that make him sick, only tod of strike we wat to see is striking while the iron Don't Take MY Word By FRANK COLBI IS—ARE WAS—WERE This Week's Slip o' the Tongue: Everybody were there." No. Such words as everybody, anybody, nobody, somebody, every one, anyone, no one, each, and either, are singular and take singular verbs. Better say: Everybody wa> there. Wrong: "Each of the girls were invited." In this sentence, each means "each one." Omit "the girls," and "each (one) were invited" is at once s?en to be nonsense. Right: Each of the girls was invited. Wrong: "Every one of the boys are going." One are going? No. Say: Every one of the boys i* going. Wrong: "Either one of the words are correct." Right: Either one of the words is correct, or: Either word is correct. Wrong: "Each one of the pupils were included." Right: Each one of the pupils w«s included, or: Each pupil was included. Wrong: "Neither Jack or Jim are going." With neither, always use nor. Right: Neither Jack nor Jim ii going." Press Portraits Waste and national defense cannot be companions; they cannot exist side by side. One must go! —Memphis Press-Scimitar Cranium Crackers HISTORIC SLOGANS How well do you know American history? Here are five slogans which were popular at various times in the history of the United States; can you tell with •what period or event they are connected? 1. Too proud to fight. 2. To make the world safe for democracy. 3. You shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold. 4. Forty acres and a mule. 5. Remember the Alamo. Answers Below Mopsy By GLADYS PARKER 'I KNOW, IT MAKES ME HOARSE JUST LISTENING TO HIM.' Cranium Crackers Answers 1. 'Too proud to fight" was one of the slogans of Woodrow Wilson before entrance in the World Var was a popular cause in the J. O. 2. 'To make the world safe for democracy" was one of Wilson's utterances as we entered the World War. _3. "You shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold" is a lassage from William Jennings Bryan's speech at the Democratic convention of 1896. 4. Southern colored people in he reconstruction period believed they had been promised "40 acres and a mule." 5. "Remember the Alamo" was , he war cry of the Texans in the Mexican War. Our Boarding House Out Wickenburg Way By J. R. HEY, WORR> WART--AIMT THERE PLENJTY PLACES "TO PLAV WITHOUT WALLOWINJ' IM MUD? IP YOU OiONT 6HAOOW If EASY, MY BOY.'*-'YOU JUSTTOSSKD ONE ME, HOVfO fDU KNOWI \ MOMIE STUS 1MTO THE WftSTEBASKET SO MET A REO-HWRE0 GlRL\Y.CU WEMT TO THE SHOW ALONE/ FRIEND IU A MOVIE LftST AMD HOW CO }f COW SAYS YES/—-IT'S SRftV TJNED RED/ TOUMS.I'D VOLJKMOVJtTOOK HER HOME ? SKWER NOU TOOK HER BECAUSE OP- TWe SHERLOCK TELL MALTESE; CAT ONi , MB COULD, MAJOR-- AND THE BCAXES- By Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuts Lois Lane, In Person/ [ Sea Xhli Comic In Full Color "1 r«;e In The Sunday Republic J SHORTLY AFTER BUT I AM! AND WHY'NOT?- -EP,! HOPE YOU UKETHE FOOD. IF THEBES ANYTHING YOU WANT YOU DONTSEE, JUST ASK FOB IT! MR.WAreONJOH.WWA PLEASURE I OONT KNCW EUSTACE WATSON ENTERS HIS BOM5DIN6 HOUSE, UNAWARE OFTHE SCRUTINY GEOB&Ef i BIGS'/ 5 I • 11 »^g- •« . A YOUN& LADY TOSEEMXJ,MI3. WATSON I'M LCDS IANE OFTHEDMLY PLANET: TWUDCKEDROOM-WONT YOU COME ifiTOTHE DINING BUT THIS ISONETIMEAROOM F=OR A LITTLE SNACK? NO HE WONT BE ABLETDEXTEA CHAJ3SE, YOU KNO PULL ANY TOCKS'. COULDIASKPOe? YOUVEGOT EVEKYTHING HERE EXCEPT-EXCEPT GRAPEFeUIT AND LETTUCE SALAD! * YOU WERE SLAB Guest Of Honor [ See Thli Comic In Full Color ~l r«ge In The Sunday Bepublle J The Gumps DON'T HIM To ftRIKKj ALONCi A . OUPLE OF CHECK BOOK*/ THERE'S ALWAYS. A PUACS AT OUR HUMSLE HEARTH FOR.THEM TOO, EH,ANOY r JNCLfc »W OUST UT MILLIE THEM HE5SALL SKES. ALWAYS A PLACE AT OUR HUMBLE DEVELOPED A COUfaH HIM To STAY RlfeHTHERE VJITHUS V1HILEMILU& AMOMAWAA ' MOTHER VJENT VMITH HE By Edgar Martn Josf Like That Boots and Her Buddies Of -1'U. ?E? VOO C.WWE COR\OOS.'?V£Nf30«t"b'c.%v»fi& PESK> 3 COf H£WE.~ By Bud Fisher Mutt and Jeff r See This Comic In Full Color ~] Pue In The Sunday Republic J Not Only That Bat Jeff Famished The Enemy With The Ammunition (TrAAHKS! LET ME CALL SWEETHEART Sergeant'Stony Craig I' Sre.'jtils Comic In full Color ~] 1'ase In The Sunday Republic J Gate Crasher By Frank Rentfrow and'Don Dickson YOUR BKGDISE K GOOD, / I MOW WHAT TO 1 TRIGGER, NOW IF KATZ ^f DO, SNAKE. I CREATE IS SURE OF HIS PARTy I A DIVERSION AM' WE ^X I YOB TWO SNEAK IN WHILE I BOP THE GUARD ^ INTO THE PROVING GROUNDS MO/WAIT UNTIL KATZ SLUGS THE GUARD SHALL WE TRY IT HOW, SNAKE ?- WHOS GOING TO STOP ME ? The Nebbs [ S« This Comle In Full Color *| Tage In The Sunday Republic J And The Bag Bit Him By Sol He» SOME PA.BTV CUf4T SAVE ' EVBSTVBODV SWMEOTO I EWOOV IT BUT HIM -HE HAD E HARDEST 4APPV 1 EVER SANW 1 NOTICED THAT ALLTHROU&W THE' 'INNER HE WAS LATE WITH HIS LAUSUS ANOTUe SEEMED TO BC A. STRUGGLED ^00 YOU THINK TH\S"Wis TUAT SO* TULAPWOMAMTOO<Fi N LOVE WITH HER AND' HIM THAT BAD ? ME J HOW J HB MevEC , OO eS COULDN'T GET THAT/ AMyrUlNS IN A. SMALL SERAOOS OVER jrtflJVWAN _HES A, \NHOLE- ANVTHING ' "ll'-/ 1 '!,''" lifiil! i !Li" I a-ac ./WELL, I'M SOIN& TO HUNT FOR PEAW.A $ SHE'S SO NE.CES5AJZY TO MY HAPPINESS-SOPHIE SAID SWS MENfTlONEO \ THE SA>4 MORVTZ-SHE MAY BETHE»| ^BUT L DONtT KNOW HER RISHT NAM6 ..BUT I'LL PINO HER.- NE JUST 8»V " .TO PINO HER.'

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