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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, June 06, 1930, Image 10

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/ WE WARNED VOU NOT TO PUT \
/ ANOTHER CENT in ANY INVESTMENT
NO MAN IN TWE WORLD )
WOULD UO OUT AND BORROW MONET /
TO SINK IN SOME PAKE, SCHEME J
\ WHEN V4E OWES EVERYONE ^
\ IN Town — UNLESS NC
V^^waS A KlUT — /- /
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WELL- YOU MAY BE THE \
SUER ON THE AXLE THAT \
KEEPS THE GUMP WHEEL OF
FORTUNE FROM WOBBLING — * I
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THAT KEEPS THE WHEEL
FROM COMING f
OFF- (
WITHOUT Me \
WHERE /
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' HORIZONTAL
1 Sour.
3 Away.
8 Body cf
water.
12 Donated.
18 To drink *
dog fashion.
14 Melody.
13 Verbal.
16 Era.
17 Requirement.
38 Insistence.
21 Shovels.
24 Large
hammer.
28 Harbor.
30 Recessed
v indow.
81 Vnit.
32 Brink'.
85 Born.
36 Pangs.
38 Story.
41 Neither.
i2 Domesti
cated.
4 % Pitcher.
40 Rather than.
47 Foretoken.
48 To opine.
40 lo soak flaw
39 To breathe
heavity.
\ ERTICAL
1 Since.
2 Vehicle.
3 Bugle plant.
4 To deceive.
,*» Banners.
tl Wrath.
7 Uncloses.
5 Attorney.
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER
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.7 J.WTKBHHHP
9 Constella
tion.
10 Relative.
11 To derotmjt
19 To renoTtMp
20 Near.
21 Yelled.
22 Skillet.
23 Farewell!
25 Noise.
25 Driving
command.
27 Component.
29 To overlook#
33 Restaurant
train.
3 4 Heron.
30 Semester*
37 To halt. (.
33 Reverence.
40 Shelter.
43 Eucharist
vessel.
■I 4 Males.
ILL RAcZ >0d
TO THE CTftFR <
■ FNP OF THE
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ASP THCH WC p--r—
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piVE / :
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j Always cut of tha <rity._
There are an least four mistakes in the above picture. They may per
tain to grammar, history. etiquette, drawing or whatnot. See if you can
find them Then look at the scrambled .cord oeiow— a. d unscramble it,
by switching the letters around. Grade yourself 21 for <-ach of the mis
takes Tv.u find, and 20 for the word if ou unscramble it.
SIDE GLANCES. George Clark |
“Who says I can't speak English'* Y««ae guvs Is nuts."
CORRECTIONS
<ll The dire is a somersault, not a •‘jackknife;* (2i “Jackknife” is qfr-'
led incorrectly. (3* The springboard supports are reversed — fhe Sorr,«
one should be below the board and the rear cm above it. i#> Therd is »
ladder leading up to the sprinfboard stand. (S) The scrambled word la
SUBURB. /if
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