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| MODERN MAIDENS
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"HE SAY8 HE WON’T SHAVE TILL I MARRY HIM. AND I WONT
MARRY A MAN WITH A BEARD."
LETTER-OUT
\
BY CHARLES H. JOSEPH.
Letter-Out lor nerretlve. heroic
-1 SEPTIC 1
' 2 RUTHLESS | | L*‘tw'°ut ,nd thw ,'v*e" 2
3 ENTERPRISE | | for ‘mMt,r of e*" 3

4__ . _____ Letter-Out and the*# art not j
TRANSLUCE bein.er.nt. 4
5„ _. Letter-Out end lt'» not round. C
QUAKERS 5
Remove one letter trom each word and rearrange to spell the word
called for In the last column. Print the letter in center column opposite
tfte word you have removed it from. If you have "Lettered-Out" correctly
it will spell a clever contrivance to puzzle.
Answer to Yesterday’s LETTER-OUT.
___ i f I Letter-Out tor one who robs the
SLOUGH | 5 I GH0UI. I
_ _ I T Letter-Out and wirm weather „
2 CHAPTERS | T d8es thl* Marches u' 2
3 CREAMY A I 8U*lltle*8f »CY 3
MASKER | M rakes 4
____ I n I Letter-Out for a lons-drawn-out r
PLUMBER I P | RUMBLE 5
(Copyright. 1936.)
Daily Cross-Word Puzzle
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■ : ' ' ■ ' " —' ' “ “
Across.
1. Pigtail.
6. Appends.
10. Fleeting fancies.
"*14. Extreme.
15. Fitting.
16. In murderous frenzy.
17. Concerning.
18. Companions: Fr.
20. Patriotic society: initials.
21. Grave.
23. Sea-Dutch.
24. Compass point: abbr.
26. Meager.
27. Headland.
28. Hindu prayer rug.
31. Old note in music.
32. Symbol for samarium.
33. Divided in two equal parts.
*6. Pertaining to bodies at rest.
40. Affirms.
42. Raise.
43. Masters in methods of expression.
45. Feminine name.
46. Bone: Lat.
47. Ethiopian general.
49. Soak.
50. Cavil.
53. Dipper.
JJ5. Type measure.
56. Turkish title.
57. Learned men.
69. Faint.
62. Gradually drew together.
64. Tropical forest vine.
66. Song.
67. Otherwise.
68. Land measures.
69. Hop-drying kiln.
70. Hardens.
71. Harassed.
Answer to Yesterday’s Puzzle.
•Iff A I INIE" A L LBR E S I DEI
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Dewn.
I. Blank line: print.
2. Bone of the forearm.
3. Without intermission.
4. Vase.
5. Corrodes.
8. Mulct.
7. Disavowals.
8. Explode loudly.
9. Obese.
10. Remote.
II. Astound.
12. Magistrates of ancient Venice.
13. Snow gliders: var.
19. Pronoun.
22. Plural ending.
25. Surround.
27. Artlessness.
28. Exclamations.
29. Piquancy.
30. Shield.
32. Lets it stand.
34. Platform: obs.
36. Indian mulberry trees.
37. Almanacs.
38. Oriental tamarisk.
39. Spring..
41. Throttle.
44. Most distressing.
48. Avalanches.
50. Chocolate tree.
51. Greek market place.
52. Hindu princess.
53. Decoys.
54. French conjunction.
57. The Hebrew letter •‘P."
58. Thick slice.
80. Arrow poison.
61. Spar.
63. Large tub.
65. Frost.
Theft of Radio Too Mach.
CHICAGO (A*).—When Morris Men
delsohn discovered burglars had
cracked the safe at his delicatessen
and taken $200, he just said, “Oh,
well,” and didn’t even bother to tell
the police.
But later in the day Mendelsohn,
a hot Chicago Cubs fan, sat down
to tune in the radio report of the
ball game. Then he boiled over. The
burglars had taken the radio, too.
Mendelsohn dashed to the nearest
police station, where the desk sergeant
comforted him somewhat with: “There
isn’t any ball game in Chicago today,
anyway,"
VAR ON CRIME— Scientific Proof of Guilt! TZJSXh’IXXXI £L% <—• —By REX COLLIER
/Miesoatopn and chdmisaL
A ANAL'/SCS hup thdf.B.I. to con
s\yi*T THl 6UILTV ANO FR&E THt TT
^Vrv ixwtawr --**
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Hmuormio /oenmnomu'
HONE or THE SCIENCES
UMNED BY EXIT/AGENT OF
7HEF6.J. - /79 VALUE HAS
BEEN DEMONSTRATED Ml
HAMV KIDNAPING CASES -
In a murder
CASE OKI A FEDERAL.
RESERVATION F.B.lJ
AGENTS'OBTAINED A
CONFESSION FROM THE .
HUSBAND OF A MUROEREOll
WOMAN WHEN THEY
PROVED THAT PARTICLES
OF SKIN BENEATH HER. »
FINGERNAILS CAME \J
FROM THE HUSBANDS (N
SCRATCHED FACE/ j[IJ| ||
n >
li&HIN0 THC
DOORS OP THE
6-MENS TECH
NICAL LABORATOR\
WHITE-COATED
EXPERTS LOOK
fOR CRIME CLUES
IN DUET, FIBRES.
HAIRS AND IN
STAINS.
^ • L'/ftt 5j r4hsu
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NEXT
ON THE
RANGE
MR. AND MRS. Panaroma of a Minute Steak (continued from yesterday)
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(synopsis op chapters
PKEVlOUSLy fU8LISHEt>)
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Eighteen MmuTfes!
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p-i' Uwy do TSey Cm. L-.
ITA MidUTt S1fe*KT| '
ii 7*
j «&y! "TmT SfeA* ABOUT REA&X?
LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE. Stirred to Action —By GRAY
HUH- THAT GUV
CAN'T LAST— “UNCLE*
= JACK'S RIGHT- FOLKS
WON'T FALL FOR ,
CHEAP STUFF— /
V HN\-M- J
GEE- BUT HIS
WORK SURE DOES
LOOK SWELL
JUST LOOK HOW
1 NEAT AND SHINV HE
l TURNS ’EM OUT- J
ffrrr-H -1r
DOG-GONE IT* I HOPE K
'UNCLE" JACK IS RIGHT- Ml
BUT IP I DIDN'T KNOW H
'UNCLE'JACK'S WORK WAS ,
BETTER, I'D BE POQLED^^^
ST “UNCLE' JACK MAY
NOT BE WORRIED ANY-'
BUT \JA SURE WORRIED
WHY SIT AROUND WAITld’
FOR BUSINESS? I’M GOIN’
V. OUT after Tt
MOON MULLINS. Spring Sickne§s —By WILLARD
^ HELLO, MOON, YOUC unclE WsOTHATS]B
YOU REMEMBER ME, WILLIE ACTEO Jg HOW V
MAMIE'S BROTHER VERY NASTY UNCLE L
WHEN HECTOQ ) WILLIE ft
TOLD HIM HE'D / Go*r I
1 KNOCKED I
US; >r^s^ S!LLY I
DON'T LOOK AT WELL, HE& lAYIN* IN f OH,GOODY GOODY/
ME LIKE THAT THE HALL GROANIN' THEY MUSTA DELIVERED
MOON- I NEVER LIKE A PIPE ORGAN, MY NEW SPRMMG
laid a hand on with a Box in one \ OUTFIT at LAST./
hand and a piece
OF PAPER in the )
OTHER
_
REG’LAR FELLERS. The Financier —By GENE BYRNES
r—" ... . .. ■■ i . - _
WHAT ARE |
YOU '
HANGING AROUND
THE KITCHEN FOR?
WOULDJA
GIMME A
NICKEL
PLEASE, MOM?
"■ / •
I JVPP05E I WONT
GET ANY PEACE
UNTIL YOU 6iET ONE/
WHAT DO YOU WANT
IT FOR?
i wanna Take ,
tme street car.
OVER TO AUNT HINNIES
50 SHE'LL CiIMME A
DIME TO TAKE A
BUS TP fcRAN'MA's AN'
i'll betcha when
I TELL GRAN'MA ABOUT
THAT COWBOY MOVIE THIS
AFTERNOON SUE'lL GIMME A
QUARTER
. AN' YELL ME TO SEE IT.*
^ -tv r:
MESCAL IKE. All He’s Waiting For Is a Breal; —By S. L. HUNTLEY
Br K-iO'vM WERE -WERE'S A CAUSE EVERV TiME ^^ g,iwE=t>-i L-inwi *^gg;
FMlCtCEL POR. VOU TO PUT VOU &VE UIM a NJIC<EL]0 Kjirk-ELS pro turff W
<Slr'"e^J,9^i.|PLAT^ 52**’ S’~)fsJCAvySCHOOL, MEj T SUKJDAVS MOUJ AKJ1 ME5/
\°S=^Me-v^^=^y
, H W It Hwirtlty) Trti* Mark l«g P ■ P»t Qffi« 4
“KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES.* Talc of the Fearless —By POP MOMAND
• ■ — .,-—--i
The Cheerful Cherub
A long distenee iwimmir
I never could be j
Or even e. long
dittence wt-lker —
And yet tkere i« hope, ■
of e. title for me ■
Af long dutvnce
telephone,
tvlher.
mecr*:
THAT BOV EDDlE^fHE'S HE'S IN THE NEXT
BOWERS ISNY 1 DUMB \ ROOM NOW HANDING
SO DUMB ! J LIKE A 1 THAT DlXZT BLONDE
N-AU"-IE
f ILL BET A DOLLAR \ OF COURSE, IF THAT
HE LET THAT TRUCK \ FIVE-TON TRUCK HAONY
HIT‘HIM P/iPfOSEl v t I WIT ME, GWENlHVt I
* ) WOUU> HAVE SOCKEP TH'
V -ZZZZLZZ I / UFE OUT OF MAURICE
^—thoneytoMity BEBREE
& r>i /V«3S.'- BUT~

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