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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, March 03, 1936, Image 32

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"THEN YOU COME IN, DAD, AND SAY, ‘YOUNG MAN, WHAT ARE
YOUR INTENTIONS?’ ”
LETTER-OUT |
BY CHARLES H. JOSEPH.
__ Letter-Out and It will not be
1 WOOLENS 80 tieht 1
2 GOPHERS flndlng his way- 2
_ ___ Letter-Out for an old city In r»
3 MOIRE Europe 3
Letter-Out for what perfect beints »
4 GALOSH I are supposed to have. I 4
5 ESTHER Letter-Out for a number. 5
rtemove one icue* uuui cauu ouu * ««»**••**•*» ^ »«w
called for In the last column. Print the letter in center column opposite
the word you have removed it from. If you have "Letter-Out” correstly
they supported the Revolutionary War.
Answer to Yesterday’s LETTER-OUT.
] TRUFFLES j L | stuffer I
_ » /-v I Letter-Out for an usher. n
2 ROSEATE |0| seater 2
3 LOAFER | O | feral 3
. _ • r\ I Letter-Out and they are on the A
4 GROPES I P I goers 4
5 1 (• i Letter-Out and it’s circllnc. m
ROSETTA | S 1 ROTATE 5
r (Copyright. 1938.>
Daily Cross-Word Puzzle
afll if.i^m il. rgii.i^vViiiiyilh
Across.
1. Preliminary propositions.
7. Intends.
15. Narcotic.
16. Pertaining to a continent.
17. Defraud.
18. Conjunction.
20. Succinct.
21. Pens.
23. Sea eagles.
25. Contend.
26. Add up.
27. European blackbirds.
29. Dialect of Ethiopia.
30. Originate.
32. Bellow.
34. Japanese measure.
35. Withdraws.
36. Handles.
38. Item.
39. Oriental sovereign’s patent.
40. Short tobacco pipe.
42. Controversial.
45. At home.
46. Spruce.
48. Deviate.
49. Modify.
61. A bridge holding.
63. Tavern.
64. Female sheep.
65. Units of force.
66. Charge as a debt.
68. Semi-diameters.
60. The body, in theosophy. ,
62. Fruit jar rubber.
63. Journeyed.
65. Nun.
67. Legislators.
68. War horses.
Answer to Yesterday's Pmsle.
I
Down.
1. Large crustacean.
2. Synopsis.
3. Told against.
4. Construct.
5. Toward.
6. Obstinate.
7. Pale bluish gray.
8. Hall rug. .
9. Correia tl /e.
10. Kitchen utensils.
11. Unclose: poet.
12. Wait upon. '
13. Least difficult
14. Expires violently.
19. Heterodoxy.
22. Shrewder.
24. Recondite.
28. Perpetuity.
29. Lubricate.
31. Fourscore and ten.
33. Came.
37. Ascribe.
39. Bespatter.
40. Entertains.
41. Inattentive.
43. Kindled.
44. Concentrates.
47. Sex.
50. Fortification.
52. Requires.
55. Regimen prescribed.
57. Otherwise.
59. The yellow bugle.
81. Donkey.
64. Behold!
66. That thing.
Crocodiles Bite Cattle.
Lack of rain has caused crocodiles
Lthe vicinity of Da-win, South
ca, to attack domestic animals.
Cattle gracing on the banks ot the
Ruia River have been bitten, causing
death in some cases. The “crocs' 'also
leave the river and drag dogs into the
water to eat them.
Woman Predicts Own Death.
Hanka Minitch, an aged woman of
Doboy, Bosnia, predicted her own
death almost to the hour. Apparently
in the best of health, she told her son
that she was sure that she was going
to die that day and asked him to be
with her to the last. After luncheon,
as they sat chatting over their coffee,
■he fell back dead heart failure.
DAN DUNN Secret Operative 48 —By NORMAN MARSH
(Reading southward over the
OCEAN'S TRACKLESS WASTE STREAKS
A MONOPLANE CARRYING HEINIE TO A
SECRET RENDEZVOUS IN CALIXO WITH
THE DREAD TRAFFICKERS IN DOPE.*
$?HILE
NORTHWARD
PROM
NEW OREAK
ABOARD A
SPEEDING
LIMITED .
IS SHELIA—
TO
CONTACT
THOSE
SCURRILOUS
PEDDLERS C
FORBIDDEN
DRUGS/
Simile in their secret hideout
near NEW OREAN. JUG IS LEFT
IN C.WAR6E—A MONSTER IN MIS
DEN—AND WITH HIM,LITTLE BA8S/
If BABS. BABS/ GET
■ THOSE dishes [™m
■ CLEANED UP-AND 4
HUftBV UP ABOUT Miy
■ I'VE GOT TO FIGURE SOME ■
■ WAV TO GET OUT OF B
I HERE — TWEV'RE GOING TO ■
■ DO SOMETHING TERRIBLE P
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K HE'S AWFUL MEAN TO J
MR. AND MRS. A Married Man Never Listens
Ujhat U)0ULt>you like Tor dessertT
ilu Read Them off Theres
strawberry layer cake, fresh
Rhubarb pie, Spanish cream —
NICE LITTLE
restaurant
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apple Gobbler LuiTh harp Sauce,
BR£at> pupping U)(Th Pineapple.
SAUCE, ICE CREAM CAKE —
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here. I LIKE IT
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ice cream, or Bisque XrlToni —
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LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE. Empty Words —By GRAY
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I THROUGH MEHF ONLY WE
1 COULD STUFF A SQUARE MEAL
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a HM-M— MIGHTY L'TTLE ~
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I MAKE IT LAST- I COULD HAVE
1 THOUSANDS O’ DOLLARS
[THAT FELLA WANTED ME TO TAKE IT
m PKliil imTwmr'
[ I'M STILL GLM> l DIDN'T,
cold And hungry &s i &m
NO STOLEN MONEY FOR ME
MiMl T*1—)r—"WT&
¥ YES SIR. SANDY- MY PRIDES
! worth more'n a million
1 bocks to Mi--- yeah, bot l
1 TEN MILLION BOCKS' WORTH O* |
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MOON MULLINS. It Must Be Catching —By WILLARD
r WHAT FER TH' LOVA MIKE'
I VOU GOT Co 5EE WHAT'S
I THAT'S O KEEPIN'UNCLE WILLIE,
I GOOD PS KAYO-WE CAN'T
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7 HEY 7)
( WAKE up/
V UNCLE.
^WILLIE/ )
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REGULAR FELLERS. An Easy Question —By GENE BYRNES
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WHO THREW THAT
PAPER WAD WHILE MY
BACK WA5 TURNED?
DO YOU KNOW WHO
OID IT, JIMMIE ?
YEJT, TEACHER, BUT
t CANT TELL 'CAU5E
MY MOTHER TAUQHT ME
NEVER TO BE A
TATTLE TALE/
‘—5—
that* very
honorable
OF YOU, JIMMIE?
1 ADMIRE YOU FOR
YOUR HIQH PRINCIPLES
WHO
DID
THROW THAT
5 PIT BALL,
JIMMIE !
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“KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES.” Nicodemus Means Well, Anyhow —By POP MOMAND
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