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Herald Want Ads Always Reach a Waiting Group of Buyers and Tenants
PASSENGER ON
.RESCUE BOAT
"TELLS JTORY
350 Aboard Ship Were
Calm Although They
Believed Would Die,
Newsman Reports
. "
(Editors Note: Francis W S. Lee.
financial editor of the Philadel
phia Evening Public Ledger, was
a passenger on the fruit steam
ship Atenas. which rescued 20
persons irom the stranded steam
ship Dixie and left for Charles
ton, S. C. He was one of the first
newspapermen to obtain first
hand accounts from the rescued.)
W by FRANCIS W. 8. LEE
(Copy't, 1985. the A. P. and The
Philadelphia Evening Public
Ledger)
ABOARD 8. 8. ATENAS. 8ept. 5.
—(0V—A dramatic story of how they
calmly donned lifebelts while water
flooded their cabins, was told
Thursday by the first passengers to
be taken off the liner Dixie which
a tropical hurricane hurled onto
treacherous French Reef.
They sang while discussing pros
pects of death. Women climbed into
their bunks to avoid getting wet.
Ship la Damaged
Passengers told of a terrific twist
er which struck the steamer at 5:30
p. m. The tremendous seas washed
«\y the ship's rudder and pro- I
er. smashed the upper super
teture, flooded the cabins, lounge
rooms and passageways.
Even though the Dixie drifted
helplessly, finally going aground on
French Reef, near the Carysfoot
Reef lightship, the passengers said
there was no panic aboard. They
attributed this to the excellent dis
cipline maintained by the officers
and crew.
The passengers donned their life
belts with the first sounding of
the alarm Monday night.
The rescue of the passengers,
begun late Wednesday afternoon,
was by the most skillfull maneuver
ing of the vessels standing by the
Dixie. As the lifeboat crews made
their way slowly through the peril
laden sea, the rescue vessels cons
tantly kept shifting their positions
to protect the lifeboats from the
high waves.
The Atenas, under command of
Capt. D. B Kerr, hoye to by the
Dixie around noon Wednesday, but,
like the other ships standing by,
was unable to launch life boats
until 2 p.m. (C8T).
Ane first boat away from the
Atenas was under the command of
Chief Officer Service and the next
under Second Offtoer Burgett. It
took the two lifeboats an hour to
reach the side of the grounded Mor-1
gan liner.
The boats were back with 20
. passengers from the Dixie, mostly
women, about 4:30 p. m.
Those rescued by the boats of the
Atenas told of the courage and
calmness displayed by Captain E.
W. Sundstrom of the Dixie. Although
he suffered a serious Injury to one
teg. he sought constantly to allay i
the fears of the passengers.
Tame Terrific Jar*
One of the typical accounts of
the scene on the Dixie was given
by Miss Florence E Steiler of San
Francisco.
"It started to rain,” she related,
“about 10 o'clock Monday morning, j
At noon, the ship started to pitch
and the storm broke in all Its fury
rJMtbout 3 o'clock. We seemed to be
Win the teeth of a hurricane.
“At 4:30, the storm abated some
what, but It broke anew In the
next hour with even greater Intens
ity Then came a thunderous Jar
and terrific vibrations. We were all
ordered to put on our lifebelts and
during the remainder of the night
the snip swung from side to side.
“The devastation was terrible
Iron windows and doors crumbled
under the weight of the heavy seas
The water was up to the bunks in
the cabins. Men w’erc compelled to
roll up their trousers to their knees
while women sitting on their bunks
had to raise their feet as the water
flowed Irom one side of the state
room to the other.
"I want to pay particular praise
to the crew, which lived up to the
highest traditions of the sea, and
especially to William S. Belton, a
steward. His efforts were untiring
In cheering up the passengers. He
— Inspired at times a spirit of levity,
^p "There was no hysteria. We all
sang. The death which seemed to
fare us was discussed with unpre
cedented freedom. Fear seemed to
be unknown, as we were all of the ,
opinion we would finally be carried
down. *
Manages Oil Branch
• Special to The Herald)
8AN BENITO, Sept. 5.-W D.
Hyndman of Brownsville has taken
over management of the Humble
Oil Co. branch in San Benito.
Hyndman will continue his resi
dence In Brownsville but the San
Benito bulk station will be retain
ed. it was stated.
D. L. Garrison, who has been
manager for some time, has been
transferred to Houston. Remainder
of the personnel is the same, be
ing composed of O. F. Steck and
Joe L. Tkylor.
J. T. Farquhar Is district sales- 1
man with headquarters here.
Army Orders
WASHINGTON. Sept. 5. —VP>—
- Anr.y orders included:
Lieut. Col. Henry J. p. Miller
Sixth Corps Ares headquartero.
Chicago, assigned to com mind
Brooks Field. San Antonio, Tex.
MaJ. Raymond T. Gibbs. Fort
Clark. Tex., ordered home to await
retirement
MRS. TEMPLE ILL
SAN BENITO—R. B. Temple is at I
the bedside of his wife who became
! Ill while visiting relatives in Waco.
t Mr. Temple left by plane tor Waco
when he learned a blood trans
fusion was necessary. i
- Flashes
-Of
Life
(By The Associated Frees)
Five Too Many
PITTSBURGH. Pm—Ten per
sona showed up for an open forum
on “present campaign issues.” un
der the auspices of the Hill dis
trict civic league.
Five were candidates.
The meeting was called off.
Depression Victim
NEW YORK —Patrolman Wal
ter Mitchell observed a tattered
beggar sob bitterly when passers
by ignored his outstretched hand.
Questioned, the mendicant talk
ed of suicide and the officer tcok
him in custody for safekeeping.
A search of the man's clothes
revealed $375 in currency and
bank books showing deposits of
$6,722.
Small World
SHELBY. O.—James Bex of
Chicago returned to Shelby after
an absence of 43 years.
“I want to find Joe Burrer,"
he said to a bystander.
"I am Joe Burrer." the man re
plied.
Rex and Burrer were boyhood
friends.
Slow But Sure
COLUMBUS. Neb. — Harold
Crewe and Armina Drinnin of
Columbus bought their marriage
llaenee with 300 pennies saved over
a period of several months.
Naturally, where licenses cost
$3.00 it takes longer.
REUEFGROUP
SETS PARLEY
Five-County Institute To
Meet Sept. 26 At
Harlingen
(Special to The Herald)
HARLINGEN. Sept. 5.—A five
county Red Cross Disaster Relief
Instltue will be held here Sept. 36
it has been decided following a
telegram from Albert Evans, disaster
relief director for the mid-west.
The director asked that that date
be set for the proposed institute
which was originally set for June
but was postponed.
Miss Paul Hill of Harlingen, vice
chairman of the San Benito Red
Cross chapter, is making arrange
ments for the institute. She is mail
ing out invitations to all Red Cross
members in the Valley section, and
is making other necessary arrange
ments.
The telegram from Director Evans
was received by Joe Sloan, chair
man of the San Benito chapter.
A disaster Institute was held m
San Benito in March and it was at
tuat time that plans for a second
institute in Harlingen were made.
Producton of Fine
Livestock Studied
<Special to The Herald t
SAN BENITO. Sept. 5 —The pro
duction of fine livestock is to be
promoted by the Cameron County
Agricultural Council which met here
this week. Each member of the
ccuncil is to make a survey of con
ditions in his community and re
port back at another meeting to be
held soon.
Each community in the county is
represented on the council. Var
ious farm organizations including
the Corn-hog association, cotton as
sociation, farmer-owned gins, co
operative citrus marketing associa
tions. etc., are represented on the
council. J. J. McCarthy of Rio Hon
do is chairman with J. C. Adair of
Santa Rosa, vice gredldent and
Harrv H. Whipple of Los Presnos.
secretary.
, The council also is seeking to pro
mote county-wide drainage and a
committee is working on this mat
ter. This committee is composed of
Grover Singer of Brownsville. Char
les Barber of San Benito and Mur
ray Godfrey of Primers.
The council is interested in every
thing for the advancement of the
farmer in Cameron county through
balanced farming.
Cameron Records
CRIMINAL DIST. COURT
Judge Geo. Weotervrlt
, DIVORCES GRANTED: Margaret
I Ltwis vs. James Lewis.
Julio Mesa vs. Amelia Hull de
Mesa.
DIVORCE SUITS SETT: For Sept.
6—Francisca Flores de Solis vs.
j Jose Soils. Eduardo Navarre te vs.
' Juanita Navarette. Elodia Saldivar
de Galvan vs. Rafael Galvan. Rutn
Martin vs. Marshal Martin. For
Sept. 18 — Henrietta Garcia vs.
Simon Garcia.
Grand jury- now in session, and
court is hearing non - contested
divoice suits and non-Jury pleas of
guilty in criminal cases.
103RD DIST. COURT
Judge A. M. Kent
FILED: Maggie J. McKenney, et
vir. vs. Chas. Meier, et al.
National Loan A Investment Co.
vs. E. Alger and wife, try title and
damages.
Lino Zapata va Aguarita G. oe
Zapata, suit for divorce.
Esther Bailey va Burt Bailey .
Mi.t for divorce.
James B. Jones va Manufactur
ing A Distributing University.
C H Weaver A Son va Godwin
A Vantis.
Corpus Christ! Hardware Co. vs.
Tile Waiter Tips Company.
COUNTY COURT AT LAW
Judge Ba scorn Cox
FILED: T. V. Woolam va J. E
Thompson, suit on account.
PROBATE—Application for prob
ate will of Laura M. Lane, deceased.
marriage licenses
Calvin Newton Means and Nettie
Underwood Wm. i Sherwood ana
Ruby Walk. Feliciano Rivas ana
JupuiU Garza. Joe Chappie Rey
nold, and Elvera Brano-der. Mel
l?»o Trevino and Maria Luisa Bull-;
vreira. Wm. L. Bruce and Lola New
man.
SPENDING END
IS FORESEEN
Trimming Of Emergency
Bureau Personnel
First Step
WASHINGTON. 8ept 5. —<JP>—
President Roosevelt's orders placing
all emergency agencies under the
budget bureau aroused speculation
here Thursday whether this might
not be a move toward meeting op
position attacks on new deal spend
ing.
First stirrings of the approaching
election campaign have Indicated
that heavy governmental expendi
tures and an unbalanced budget
would figure prominently as an is
sue. Republican spokesmen appar
ently Intend to keep It a live sub
ject.
In his talk with newspapermen at
Hyde Park, N. Y., Wednesday, how
ever, Mr. Roosevelt said the national
emergency had passed and that his
orders contemplated a reduction in
employe personnel and eventual con
solidation where possible.
Observers here wondered whether
this meant that when congress
meets in January the president
would relinquish any of the emer
gency powers voted him to deal
with the dome:\lc crisis. Critics
have seised upon these added powers
also as an Issue, calling them ‘‘dic
tatorial.’*
Even before he left for Hyde
Park, the president gave hints of
moves to trim down government
agencies. He arranged with heads of
bureaus dealing with housing act
ivities to prevent an overlapping of
their functions. He also
ber 12 as a deadline
applications for mon
$4,000,000,000 works fund.
Some of the largest cuts in per
sonnel and expenditures are expect
ed to be made In the various relief
organisations. As the works program
progresses, more and more states
will cease to receive direct relief
funds which likely will result in a
reduction In administration staffs.
The Weather
East Texas (east of 100th meri
dian-: Mostly cloudy, probably local
showers In south portion Thursday
night and Friday.
Light to moderate mostly easterly
winds on the coast.
RIVER BULLETIN
The river stage at Del Rio Thurs
day morning was 24.2 feet and still
rising and at Eagle Pass 13.4 feet
and rising. These waters will reach
this river dist.lct within the next
24 to 48 hours, and cause at least
moderate rises all along over the
week end.
S7ood Present 24-Hr 24-Hr
Huge Stage Cheng. Rein
Laredo 27 5.4 42.0 .43
Rio Grande 21 32 40.9 .14
Hidalgo 21 3.2 -0.1 .15
Mercedes 21 5.3 -OJ .98
Brownsville 18 4.7 -0.5 JO
TIDE TABLE
High and low tide at Port Isabel
Friday, under normal meteor
ological conditions:
High . 1:18 a. m
Low.1:44 p. m.
MISCELLANEOUS DATA
Sunset Thursday . 8:45
Sunrise Friday . 6:12
-
WEATHER SUMMARY
The tropical disturbance was cen
tral over southeastern Georgia at
7 a. m. (GST) Thursday, moving
northeastward, still attended by
strong winds and gales near Its
center. Another disturbance of much
intensity was central Just north of
the Great Lakes and pressure was
also relatively to moderately low
throughout the West and Southwest
and apparently over mcst of the Gulf
of Mexico. Over the plains and cen
tral states the pressure was rela
tively high, light to heavy and In
places excessive rains occured prac
tically throughout the southern and
eastern states during the last 24
hours, with generally fair weather
over the balance of the country
Temperatures continued rather cool
In the north-central and central
states.
Brownsville 7 a. m. (CST) sea
level pressure 29 83 Inches.
BULLETIN
(First figures, lowest temperature last
night; second, highest yesterday; third
wind velocity at 8 a. m ; fourth, prec
ipitation In last 24 hours!
Abilene . 66 70 .. .02
Amarillo. 54 72 .. .00
Atlanta . 72 86 16 .10
Austin . 74 82 .. .00
Boston . 60 68 14 .86
BROWNSVILLE ... 76 92 .. .20
Braille Airport .... 76 93 .. J6
Chicago . 52 70 .. .00
Cleveland . 56 68 .. .06
Corpus Chrlstl . 76 86 .. .04
Dallas . 70 78 12 .00
Del Rio . 70 82 .. .98
Denver . 54 72 .. .00
Dodge City . 56 76 14 .00
El Paso . 60 80 .. .18
Fort Smith . 60 84 .. 70
Houston . 72 80 12 .68
Jacksonville. 76 82 16 38
Kansas City . 50 72 .. .00
Lo6 Angeles . 64 80 .. .00
Louisville . 56 76 10 .00
Memphis . 60 78 .. .00
Miami . 74 84 14 .10
Minneapolis . 46 60 10 .00
New Orleans . 74 92 .. .58
North Platte. 48 72 .. .00
Oklahoma City .... 60 76 .. .00
Palestine .. 70 86 .. .08
Pensacola . 74 90 12 .00
Phoenix .74 ino .. .00
St. Louis. 58 76 .. .00
Salt Lake City. 54 88 .. .00
San Antonio. 72 84 12 .30
Santa Fe . 48 72 .. .01
Sheridan . 42 74 .. .00
Shreveport . 68 84 10 .00
Tampa . 74 80 16 3.18
Vicksburg . 64 84 .. .00
Washington . 70 76 .. 3.30
Williston . « 68 .. .00
Wilmington ........ 76 86 12 .04
Winnemucc* . 48 92 .. .00
A drinking-room for the 250 royal
servants at Buckingham Palace was
established by Queen Victoria to
prevent their gossip from soreading
outside the palace walls. Here the
servants still can buy a variety of
fine wines and liquors.
American bison are on the in
crease There are now 4.400 of these
animals in the United States and
17.000 In Canada.
Wave of Modesty
• *
Sweeps Beach
When Grandma was a girl, sba
went down to the beach Id frilly
skirts that exposed do more tbao
five Inches of her black-stock*
inged limbs (“limbs" was what
Graodma called ’em). Well,
Graodma was positively Immodest
Id comparisoo to this 1936 model
Parlsiao beach beauty who wears
a skirt trsiliof almost to tbs i
ground. Still, Grandma's cos
tume probably wasn't parted Id
the middle. It all Just goes to
show bow times cbaoga.
Zarate Drowns
(Special to The Herald)
McALLEN, Sept 5— Funeral
services for Jose Zarate. McAllen
blacksmith and father of Lupe
Zarate. McAllen's “armless boy
wonder" were held Tuesday at La
Grulla, Starr county, according to
information received here Wednes
day from friends of the family.
Zarate went swimming In the Rio
Grande River south of La Grulla
Sunday, according to the reports.
He was caught in a river whirlpool
and drowned before his friends
c» uld reach him. The body was not
recovered until Monday. Surviving
are his wife, two sons and several
daughters.
Lupe Zarate Is now on a tour
of eastern cities demonstrating his
ability to write, swim and pains,
dnplte his lack of arms.
Electric lights counteract the
effect of damp salt air on pianos.
Pianos at the seashore have lights
burning around them for this rea
son
ANNOUNCEMENTS
CORRUGATED
| IRON
SPECIAL
MORRIS LUMBER
COMPANY
i Phone 1400
SHELLED PECANS, nrw crop. Mr
pounds. Broadway Confection
er}', 1140 Washington. N-123
I M. L. DOUGLAS
(Sweet Brier Dairy)
Pasteurized Milk
Phone 732 — Daily Delivery
' _
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
NOTICE to Creditor* of the Estate of
Dan Nell, deceased. Notice Is hereby
(Iren that original letters testamentary
upon the estate of Dan Nell, deceased,
were granted to me. the undersigned,
on the ISth day of July. A. D. 1935 by
the County Court of Cameron County
Texas All persons haring claims against
said estate are hereby required to pre
sent the same to me wlthlu the time
Prescribed by law. My residence and
potn-offlce address la El Jardtn Tract.
Brownsville. Cameron County. Texas —
I Ida M Nell, executrix of the Estate of
Dan Nell, deceased
•-22-29-9-S-12-4I-5003
6 Personal
STOMACH ULCER, Gas Pains, In
digestion victims, why suffer?
For quick relief get a tree sample
of UDGA. a doctor’s prescription
at McKay's Pharmacy. N-98
7 Professional
DR. C. RANZELL
CHIROPRACTIC
Electro Therapy, Actinic Rays
Baths, Toot Corrections
No. 4 Cromack Bldg.
8 Travel Opportunities
McALLEN,
REYNOSA BUS
DAILY SCHEDULE
Leaves Leaves
McAllen Reynosa
8:30 a m. 7:30 a m.
10:00 a m. 9:00 a m.
13:00 p m. 11:00 a m.
:00 pm. 1:00 p m.
6:00 p m. 6:00 p m.
4:00 pm. 1 8:00 p m.
8:00 p m. 7:00 p m.
Special bus from Reynosa Saw
urday and Sunday 10:30 p m.
UNION BUS LINES
Short route from Harlingen to
Santone - Abilene - Big Springs -
Amarillo - Dallas - Kansas City -
St. Louis - Chicago - Memphis.
Madison Hotel Arcade. P. O. Box
385. Phone 405, Harlingen.
PORT ISABEL
EXPRESS
Operating under Railroad Com
mission of Texas, Certificate
Number 2394.
Two round trips daily to San
Benito, Brownsville. Los Fres
nos and Port Isabel. Connect#
with all truck lines serving the
Valley locally and from up
state.
Fast service to all points serv
ed directly and by connecting
V" -s.
San Benito Brownsville Port Isabel
130 1030 2
AUTOMOTIVE
10 Autoa ter Sale
USED CAR
SPECIALS
1931 Ford Sedan
1931 §tudebaker Sedan.
1938 Ford Sedan
1930 Ford Tudor
1934 Pontiac Sedan.
1982 Chevrolet Coupe
1932 Chevrolet Coach.
1984 Ford pick-up
PATTESON
MOTOR CO.
927 Elizabeth — Phone 888
SEE OUR USED CARS
At
Lot Across from Herald Bldg.
Brownsville Motor Co.
CHY8LER - PLYMOUTH
PHONE 427
AUTOMOTIVE
10 Autos for Salo
CHEVROLET
USED CAR LOT
Across from Postoffice
1Q7Q CHEVROLET
COACH
1 o FORD
IVjU pickup
iqii CHEVROLET
I JOO Ton Truck
1Q*n CHEVROLET
COACH
Seaman Chevrolet Co.
PHONE 410
BUS1. CHANCES
21 Miscellaneous
RESTAURANT —1EsUblKhed ten
years; doing good business; cheap
for cash; reason for selling leav
ing city. Box 0-14 Herald.
~BUS SERVICES
25 Buildera-Contractors
a
BEN V. PROCTER
Consulting Engineer and
Architect
Preliminary Investigations, Detail
Plans and Construction
Supervision
Examinations and Reports
515 Uth St. Phone 151
BROWNSVILLE
28 Moving Trucks—-Storage
MASON TRANSFER CO.
Contractors for Missouri
Pacific
Pick up and Delivery Service
Hauling of All Kinds
6th & FRONTON - PHONE 139
Packing of All Kinds
AUSTIN TRANSFER CO, 303
10th St. Moving and crating
Phone 42L U-G6
32 Printing—Office Sup.
34 Insurance
White & Sutherland
Life — Fire — Casualty
Insurant
PHO.TO 411
State National Bank Bldg.
WOOD & DODD
INSURANCE
SURETY BONDS
Phone 100
407 — Uth Street
SIDE GLANCES - - - George Clark
f'*TT!T7“ t** I 1 ■^■*«^***»**,*-i*>* 1 1 1
If—7
“If Grover sees all these before I get them put away he will
stop looking for a job.”
EMPLOYMENT
35 Help Wanted—Male
WANTED several school boys for
routes, 12 to 17 years of age. See,
H H Cook, Resaca City News
Stand. San Benito. 0-211
SCHOOL BOYS wanted t<y routes,
12 to 17 years of age. Weslaco
Write The Brownsville Herald.
0-27
MERCHANDISE
52 Household Goods
FOR SALE—Household famitore In
good condition 1637 West Elis
abeth. 0-15
PLACE YOUR Classified adThefon
10 a. m. week days and noon
Saturday for proper classification.
54 For Sale, Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—BIflow-Sanford nig.
0x12. in good condition; also
wardrobe trunk. 212 Hibiscus.
Phone 1151. 0-26
“VALSPAR
FRONTIER
LUMBER CO.
FOR SALE—Gu range. In geod
condition, cheap for cash. Phone
lO W 0-24
SELL OR Trade lot for corn. Call
905 cr 426.N-63
60 Seeds-Plants-Flowers
ROSES, Beantifnl Roeee—Many va
rietiea and colon. Only 25c doz
en. Corner Ringgold and 18th
St. 18-123
FLOWERS for all ocoaatena. We
telegraph flowers anywhere. Los
Ebanoe Greenhouse Company.
Phone 1588 K-55
RENTALS
63 Apartments
SAN CARLOS Apartments: Bed
rooms and apartments Private
or connecting bath. J T. Dixon.
Mgr., Phone 1589. M-61
READY CASH ean easily be had for
old furniture and miscellaneous
articles you no longer need. Just
place your offer in The Herald
Classified section.
RENTALS *
63 Apartments
DEL FRANCIS Apartment*—Newly
decorated; exceptionally well fur
nished; unusually cool; $4040
month. Apply on premise* or
Todd and Underwood, phone IIS.
N-133
VERY COOL three room apart
ment. 1550 West St. Charles.
0-25
FURNISHED Apartment, water and
gas paid. Fitch Apartments.
Phone 17.N-52
FOUR-ROOM apartment, down
stairs furnished Phone 578, 442
8. E. Levee. 0-10
5 OR RENT—Two small, one largo
furnished apartment; bills paid.
Two cottages 1517 Madison. 0-4
FOR RENT—One modern 5 room
furnished apartment. Valiev View
apartment*. Phone 1233. 0-11
SWEENY APARTMENTS — Cool.
modem electric refrigeration, ga
:age. First and Adams. 0-12
FURNISHED apartment, all MHa
paid. Phone 001. 0-5
NEL-ROY Apartments, newly dec
orated. 82040 and ua All bills
paid. J-W
65 House*
FOR RENT—Unfurnished modern
5-room house. Inquire 854 West
Fronton. N-95
FOR RENtT 4-room duplex fer
nlshed. garage, light, water and
Frlgldaire. 14th and Garfield. Call
at premises or phone 77 Mat
amoros. O-SO
~REAL ESTATE
MONEY TALKS
$1,750.00 buys 8.5 acres of good tile
drained land well located with over
1000 feet of frontage on 14th Street.
A real homesite location with fu
ture subdivision possibilities.
$1,800.00 buys modem 5-room house
textone finished Inside, newly
painted outside, large front porch,
concrete floored garage for 4 cars,
concrete floored shed: 8300 00 cash:
balance 821.21 per month Including
Interest.
$2.800 00 buys ultra-modem 5-room
stucco house In excellent condition,
hardwood floors, screened In front
and back porches, double garage
end on comer lot: 8800.00 cash:
balance 828 28 per month Including
Interest.
S. C. Graham & Company
Arcade Bldg. — Phone 179
Brownsville Texas
76 Wanted to Buy
WOULD BUT HOME, reasonably
What have you? Box 501, Browns
ville. 0-1*
Famous Aviatri% |
HORIZONTAL
1. 5 An Ameri
can flyer.
11 Sloping way.
12 Kind act.
It Is sick.
16 Genus of
herb*.
17 Structure.
18 To encounter.
19 Soup con
tainers.
20 Circular wall.
21 Taro root.
22 Dyewood tree.
23 Tip.
25 A flowing
back.
29 To renounce.
31 Vision.
32 To skip.
33 Bone.
34 Formulas.
37 Moisture.
40 Region.
41 Southeast.
45 Either.
46 To split.
47 Bark._
An»wt*r to Prciious Piuslc
APOLLO
49 Sun god
50 Maple shrub.
61 Vegetable.
53 Part of hand.
55 Tremulous
excitements.
65 She made a
- flight
across the
U. S. A
VERTICAL
1 Molten ro< k.
2 Last word of
a prayer.
I Javanese tree.
4 A flowing
towards.
5 Bugle, plants.
Name.
7 Swimming
birds.
ft Crippled.
9 Uttered an
untruth.
10 Sleigh.
II She estab
lished an east*
to-west -.
IS Melody.
15 She wm d*. «
layed ifr
12 Turgid.
23 Frost bite.
24 Befora Ofceiaf
26 To sin
27 Lawyltea
charge!*
18 Varnigb
mgrediWi
29 Dower **
rr^peny.
30 Elect rMld
particle”*
3! To
15 Gasoil Of
36 Gem we'rfo »
3$ Egret
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