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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, September 20, 1930, Image 4

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OCTOBER
the first -
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PRESENTED TO THE WIDOW
ZANDER ON THAT LUCKY
DAY — OCTOBER FIR5T
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So You HAV/EM’TAMY KICK --
e>OT XOU HAvie!
Famous Statesmen
HORIZONTAL
1 Capital of
New York
state.
6 Beetle used as
an Egyptian
symbol.
9 Born.
10 Klmcno cash.
12 Fish.
13 To scatter.
f~4 Pains.
16 To put on.
17 Reads.
19 Animal.
22 Dcmonstra*
tire word.
25 Gascons e1r»
ment.
20 Cnlt.
28 Entrance.
20 To gare.
SO Edc»
31 Slight de
PtmwodT
82 Hand.
84 To degrade.
88 Native.
43 Short inter
mission.
45 King’s home.
4fl To roach.
47 Showed merry
to.
1 HilflPAL
1 Pioneer
suffragette.
2 Shelter,
a Cot.
1 Pronoun.
8 Perrhcs.
8 To free.
7 Bustle.
8 New Canadian
prime min*
YESTERDAY’S ANSWER
m.
11 Chancellor
of Germany.
1* Prenova.
15 To harden.
1T Founder of
Pennsylvania
IS Fish.
530 Beverage.
81 To pull along
53S Poem.
534 Iniquity. i
86 Coin.
97 Mooley apple
89 Hodgepodge, r
S3 Catch.
84 Constellation
35 Wager.
86 To perform.
87 To obaerre.
SO Wing. ,
40 Sailor.
41 War fiver,
48 Guided.
44 Street.
45 Postscript. t
THE TOWER OF PISA
IS CERTAINLY ONE OF
THE MARVELS OF TODAY.
'TIS WELL WORTH SEE
ING DURING OUR STAY
IN GREECE.
0OII . 1
cJtpalls everything * Li
There are at least four mtstakes in the above pleture. Hiey may per
tain to grammar, history, etiquette, drawing or whatnot 6ee if you can
find them. Then iook at the scrambled word below—and unscramble it
by switching the letters around Grade yourself 20 for each of the mis
takes you find and 20 for the word If you unscramble it.
SIDE GLANCES . George Clark
^VT », * 1
•This Is a very popular hotel, lady. But thev a'lus makes room for may
body I puts me O. K. on.*’
CORRECTION'S
<1) The Tower of Ptsa lean?. Instead of standn* straight up. (*!» The
man at the right Is a C hinesr water carrier and would not be seen in Italy.
(3i The Tower ofgPisa is in Italy, not Greece. <4* One of the buckets Is
missing from the yoke over the man's shoulder. (5) The scrambled word
is GRAVITY.

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