Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 30, 1970 · Page 8
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

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Junior 6dlt«r Quit en- MERMAIDS • • • WHICH HAVE ORIGINATED KOrA THESE ANIMALS • • • QUESTION: Were there really such things as mermaids? ANSWER: The old sailing ships were very slow; seamen had plenty of time to be impressed with the mystery of the sea, to hear legendary stories or spin them themselves. One legend concerned mermaids, which the sailors' romantic imagination pictured as graceful beings, half-girl and half-fish. They were supposed to sit on sand or rock, combing their long golden hair and attracting mortal men by their singing. In Greek mythology, there were three sea nymphs called the Sirens who also attracted passing ships by their singing. If one came too close to a mermaid, the legend said, she would slip a magical cap over your head and you would have to live in the sea wifr her thereafter. There are certain vsea animals which may have suggested the mermaid idea to imaginative seamen. One is the seal, with a head somewhat resembling a human being. Another, the dugong, has a habit of standing upright in shallow water ~ which makes it look like a human, if seen from a long way off. (Jessica Kott of New Britain, Conn., wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcard ^to Junor Editors in care of this newpaper, is selected ""lor a prize.) TIZZY By Kate Osann "There are se meny commercial! en TV lately, you can't HELP getting yeur homework dene!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox "We can't go on meeting like thi«, Mr. Farrel. You're down te 120 poundi!" Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics OUT OUR WAY By NtG COCHAAN OUR HOUII . . . wit* . • . MAJOR Friday, October 30, 1970 Sense of Smell AMWW to Previous Punl* ACROSS 1 Fragrance 6 Odor 11 Grinding 12 Starchy substance 15 Below (prefix) 16 Mythical animal 17 Body of water 18 Proclivity 20SonofSeth (Bib.) 1 21 Bivalve mollusfc 1 23 Timetable abbreviation 1 25 Surf noises 1 27 Music as •written 38 Born 39 Walking sticks 40 Pinaceous tree 41 Feminine name 42 Indonesian island 45 Indian of Peru 47 Masculine nickname SO River of Venezuela 52 Pungent seasoning 54 Key fruits 55 Bearer (comb, form) Sfi Girl's name 57 Hollow scan UtSt-JS HSSfiS mtsm mra appellation 81 Wild ox ol Celebes 132 Structural i 34 Sweet- smelling ! substahcea 36 Rave 37 Endeavor 1 Friends (Fr.) 2 Rain spout (Scot.) 3 Of the sense of smell 4 Impair 5 Near East vehicles f> Stupefy 1 Musical compositions 8 Roof finial 9 More refined 10 East Indian reddish wood 13 Blood money 14 Reply (ab.) 19 Printing measure 22 Tree part 24 Rodent 25 Ecstatic 26 Heavy blow 27 Dirk 28 Efflux 29 Climbing plant 30 Deeds 32 Of the western hemisphere 33 Spoken 35 One (comb, form) 39 Grips of hand ' 40 Conclusive 41 Out of (prefix) 42 Cattle genus 43 Constellation 44 South American . capital 46 Organ of smell I 48 Color beige 49 Letters of alphabet Rl Raw metal 53 Greek letter CARNIVAL By Dick Turner «1«7« tv MU. W.'T.M. in. u.s. M. air. "Would you really rather take e whipping than give me one, Oedf You know thet ma kef it unenimoui!" BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL fr STOFFEL i HERE COMES PETUNIA t SHE'LL CATCH ME TRVING TO EXCHANGE THIS TIE i -" * ' ' "'UNLAXII'LL TAKE CARE OF ITi POR«Y LIKES TH'TIEYAl CAVE HIM FOR MIS BIRTH DAY SO -WELL HE'S ' ANOTHER LJKCITJ THAT'LL BE MUCKS, DOCi YOU kNOW/THEReAMVir A BEEN TJMES WHEN I 1 THINK: YOU REALLY I THE T«S I PICK /j?». OUTFDRVOU/yi* ^••^ , ^^^^^f |,2 CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS * LAWRENCE ANPrYHATA NICE TOUCH* HIM THAT BROOM! 0Hi JAREP- , WE'RE LUCKY SO eOOP-NATUKEP« HB RAI^CP A ASOUT BEIMd PECWKEP HMM...9C eaoo* HANPLE HO! HOJ YOU'RE KlODlNS «iVfe & EXPENSIVE! IT PUTA'lOOOD MACHINE OUT OP) KOWAU5KI, PRODUCTION, KWITH TH' FOK ON* VOU PART — HOLDING WHO'S- ACCOUNTS- FOR. 9 UON© PITTANCE LTREWPLIN PHONE CALU5-/N U>9tNG AN ACCOUNTS SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NIAL OH. WELL, I MIGHT AS ONf UNDERSTAND ME, ONE PAV 2'UU 6SOW UP. THE FLINTSTONIS By HANNA-BARBERA OH/1 DON'T NOT SINCE GOT NEVER THOUGHT I'D SEE THE PAY WHEN VOU MINP PRUNING THE TREES NOW/ NEW Pt?UNIN<3 POIN<3 THAT PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER FRANKLY, MRS. NUTCMELL, I'M NOT FOR CARROTS/ ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN WHO, \ O'OXJRSE VOUJ / OKAY WIZER, )F VOU / DONfT VMORRV, us? JY'OUTNUMBER I SAY so, BUT r SURE/ SERGEANT, i y HIM FOUR TO ONE.' V HOPE VKNOW WHAT KNOW EXACTLY NOW<3eTfiOINS{>h YOU'RE PCHNV A WHAT I'M DOIKIS.' WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI \ V- \ FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS 'W NOr 60IM<3 Tb LET You Jusr SIT OM YOUR HANDS MR, PRESIDENT CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS WILL REMEMBER THIS Aft THE CAMPAIGN! POLITICIANS CAME OUT

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