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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, March 09, 1933, VALLEY EDITION, Image 6

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NEW ATTORNEY
ASKED ME* IF 1VI4KE
WAS AnV nay of
’DCNTifyhS "•w*E
much o***u**sd
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|N*»*nAi.^ \NENE
ENSLAVED ON
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AND MLUE A’-SO
HAD A WEDDINt*
Picture op her.
mother, wearing
the Brooch
itself -
THE ATTDPt lEY
IS MAKING M S H.EA
now based c m the
NEW EVIDENCE —
’WE EADV CLAIfAS ^
1 'THAT SHE OWNS THAT BROOCH -
1 i$ IT NOT REASONABLE THAT
I SHE NOULD HAVE HER INITIALS
\ EN6RAVEO ON IT ?
\ NOVV —IF THE COURT WILL
( produce the brooch »n )
\ QUESTION — >m6 SHALL ENDEAVOR
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/ VWE\E A*E \\ EVIDENCE \
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MOORS UNTIL THIS IDEA I GOT Of
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w?ounD, lining up some Big r
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WE EAT ?
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UFE, BEANS ^GST BE
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I DON'T SUPPOSE VT OCCUPED TO,
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HAD BEANS ENEPY MEAL TODAY !
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HOKLZO.NT.il.
1 Historical tale.
S Prepared
lettuce.
10 Inventor of the
telephone.
14 (.reedy
15 Veil worn by
the Pope.
16 Hitter herb.
17 Somethin*;
suspended
19 One who loves
his country
21 Constellation.
22 Quantity.
23 Lenient.
27 Causes to
cohere.
31 Third-rate
actors.
32 Candle.
34 Tumultuous
disturbance.
35 Poem
36 Elect rilied
particle
37 Covering for
pointed roof.
3S To lease
40 Level tr.ul*
alon*: the river.
42 Maple shrub.
43 Holds dear
If* Furnace
Answer to Previous Puzzle
tenders.
47 Wing.
4S Silkworm.
4!» To disagree.
53 Number of
reams in a lot
of paper.
57 Pain
58 To provide
food.
6 * Litter tor the
dead.
61 Action.
Kjects.
63 Foretoken.
VKItTiCAL
1 Fluid in a tree
2 Hail!_
3 Cotton
machine
4 What woman
won the Nobel
prise for
peace?
5 Voiced
fi Work of skill
7 Minor note
6 Mountain.
*' Trader
in To exchange
merchandise
for
men handise
or labor
11 Prophet
13 Card game
13 To permit.
15 Verb
20 Male cat.
23 Odd job
21 Freighted.
25 To rectify
26 Ends of dress
coats.
27 Pennies.
2S Your brother's
daughter.
29 Drunkard.
:to Rouses.
33 Wire grass.
39 Plagued.
40 Of hat
country is
Da da tier head
of the
cabinet?
41 Directs.
42 With the hand
on the hip.
44 Beer
16 English coin.
49 Father
50 Frozen water.
51 Pronoun.
52 Beret
53 To soak (lax.
51 Intention
55 Biding com
mand
56 Sea eagle.
59 Seventh note.
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