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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, June 28, 1932, Image 27

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I MODEST MAIDENS
“HIS WIFg DIVORCED HIM. SHE CLAIMED THAT EACH SUMMER
OOT HAY FEVER FROM HIS HAIR."
I LETTER-OUT
By Charles EL Joseph
Letter-out and he'a close to
1 STRADDLE horses 1
. . „ Letter-out and adopt a restful _
2 WEANLING attitude. 2
_ _ _ Letter-out and he was not forced „
3 DIAPERS 3
4 ABETTORS 4
5_„ . Letter-out and they make for _
SUPPORTS cleanliness. 5
Remove one letter from each word and rearrange to spell the word called
or In the last column. Print the letter in center column opposite word
rou have removed it from. If you have “lettered-out” correctly it will spell
rhat you generally find in a pretzel.
Answer to Yesterday's LETTER-OUT.
1 ABETTORS | B | »>“»■■■ T0ASTER 1
2 EARLESS | R | 2
3 T_C I 1 Letter-out and you are satisfied. Q
OUTSIDE | U | SUITED 3
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6. Bend.
9. Change.
34. Slanting.
15. Freeze.
16. Woolen goods.
17. Improve.
18. Noise.
3 9. Frighten.
20. Civil wrong.
21. Tree.
23. Secured.
24. Give right to.
26. Yields.
28. Shelter.
29 Kind of beer.
30 Attitudes.
33. Writs.
37 Literary bits.
38 Moves.
40. Repent of.
41. Reformed.
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45 Fragrant oil.
46 Dexterity.
47 seats.
50. sugar.
'54. Sever.
55. Fish.
57. Talk deliriously.
58. Once more.
60. Hebrew priest.
61. Measures of distance.
62. Piece.
63. Age
64 Vigilant.
65. Scuffle.
68. Snare.
67. Sleeps.
Down.
1. lessen.
2. Evil spirit.
3. Prevent.
4. Pagan.
5. Ancient times: Poet.
6. Edge.
7. Sour.
8. Produced.
9. Dolt.
10. Reading desk.
11. Educate.
12. Heron.
13. Pipes.
21. Beverage.
22. Royal.
25. Having made a will
27. Convenience.
29. Bar
30. Equality.
31. Undivided.
32 Bag.
33. Pertaining to Damascus: Var.
34. Epoch.
35. Mat.
36. Perceive.
39. Ceremonies.
42. Network of laths.
44. Barren.
46. Dread.
47. Muscular contraction.
48. Large bird.
49. Track.
50. Limit.
51. Narratives.
52. Turn outward.
53. Cosy retreats.
56. Plant.
59. Born.
61. Spoil.
Empire Toppled by Mosquitoes.
The marvelous remains of the Mayan
empire of South America have in recent
years come in for a great deal of scien
tific attention. Highly artistic archi
rU1(n£ ind‘cating a civilization
which flourished thousands of years ago
are still standing, the silent witness ol
a great population that once existed,
and the question is, What caused the
abandonment of these once thriving
centers of activity? Dr. C. Wyeth Cook®
of the Geological Survey, who has been
investigating these ruins in Guatemala
says that mosquitoes wrecked the em
pire. His study of what is now Peter
district In Guatemala reveals that the
Mayan empire began to decline wher
the lakes dried up and the fish all dis
appeared. With the fish, the natura
enemies of mosquitoes, gone, the mos
quitoes began their deadly malaria
campaign against the Mayans. Thi
geological change also filled up the laki
beds and the jungles of the region o:
today took root. Notwithstanding, thi
2.000-yetr-old temples and masslvi
palace* still twit life___
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