Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 7, 1970 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, November 7, 1970
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-Junior Editor Quiz on- OCEANS Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics OUT OUR WAY Saturday, Novambar 7, 1970 Visiting Asia Aatwtr. H PrtvtMH *«nta ill!i=Jl •1.-^1=1 QUESTION: How did the oceans get their names? ANSWER: Look closely at our picture and you will see that there are three King Neptunes, each representing a mighty ocean, and all three converging in the area surrounding the Antarctic continent, which last area is often called the Antarctic Ocean. In mythology, there is also, another King Neptune at the opposite end of the earth, who is too frozen up to come down to see his friends. He rules the Arctic, and so it is called the Arctic Ocean. The Indian Ocean, lying between Africa and Australia, got its name because it encloses the peninsula of India to the north. The Atlantic was named after the Atlas Mountains of Africa. In ancient days, the Atlas Mountains marked the edge of the known world. Beyond this lay an unknown sea. It was called the Atlantic from the Latin word Atlanticus, meaning something pertaining to Atlas. For those of us who live in the East, it is our own sea, and a stormy one at that. When Magellan first saw the vast ocean on our Western coast he called it the Pacific, because its waters looked so placid. Actually, some of the most destructive storms on each churn up j the Pacific Ocean, as well as huge tidal waves. (Ronnie Rains of Tyler, Texas 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 Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected I for a prize.) TIZZY By Kate Osann ACROSS 2 Lhasa is its capital 6 Constitutional monarchy -in • • the Himalayas 11 Papal capes '•" 13 Death, as of a king 14 Starchy tuber 15 EngrarerV machine 36 Feminine appellation 17 Strong vegetable 19 Enervate 20 Write in* large hand 22 Algerian seaport 25 Month (ab.) 26 Roman date 30 Sailing vessel spars 32 Long cut 33 Garret 34 French annual income 35 Approach 36 Heart (ana*.) 39 Require. 40 Himalayan 'mountain 43 Hawaiian . r pepjper.. 46 Country at Asia .. , 47 DimintniTe ec •'. Samuel 50 Soften in .. temper,. 52 Certain creed 54 Mountain- crests 55 Designated for action 56 Parts of » baseball diamond 57 Rush, as of words DOWlf 1 African antelope 2 Metal 3 Philippine servant 4 Guide's note 5 Range of the Rockies 6 Broadway lights 7 Australian ostrich . S Deep holes 9 Bewildered 10 Sweet secretion 12 Melodies 13 Sag 38 Choler 20 Undiminished 21 Taciturn 22 Independent Arab state 23 Reprove 24 Malayan measure 27 Native of Copenhagen 28 Italian city 29 Outbuilding 31 Symbol for scandium 32 Elder (ab.) 36 U.S. coins ' 37 Order (ab.) < 38 Checks / 41 Climbing i plants 42 Travels by steamer 42 Desert nomad 44 Girl's name 45 Malt brews 47 Bristle 48 The dill 49 Ancient Persian 51 Summer (Fr.) 53 Head covering 11 14 22 23 24 36 3* 35 143 w 54 56 45 H46 51 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner ~ \ \//-7 "$1.50 an hour? I'll be over to baby sit just as soon as I phone my date about my splitting headache!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox 'One reason I like the movies batter than TV it that there isn't a aalcany at heme." ly NEC COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . wit* . . . MAJOR HOOPLI I HEAR AMATEUR. SOMS VUPVTER TRIEP> TO CRASH THe ALKTtTtOM ROOM AT ROCKSoUNRs? ANP ENPSt? UP lM T (4E SROOAA. CLOSET/ MORM SRI PTSR I ANVtofJ E J WHO WOULC* TyiB AAEETIMCS/ \ LET MORAA REMEMBER UWEf4 J ARTZAMSB HE <SOT THE CUT-/ THINGS PATE CATERER! ? J VJOUUC? PL AM WE HAP A * O/VOA/^UI i-rt= PATTER MEAL. THE NIGHT THE- AAAtropa SREASEC? THE Ff2Yir4& PANi UATH A CANCLE' A PAPACHUTe ETUNVP /kSTpOLCxSV CHART/ SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL S 1910 t, NU, tauTA IK* "A '* 0«. 3> f 1. THE FLINTSTONES By HANNA-BARBERA PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER THAT MEANS GEOMETRY, HISTORY/ SOCIAL SCIENCE-... ALLEY OOP WHATD I TELL VOL?, UMPA? HERE COMES THAT DESSERT YOU WANTED.' By V. T. HAMLIN ...VOU OUGHT TO BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF, A BIG.SROWN MAN LIKE VOU.' WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS TO TAKE HIS ADVICE AMD GIVE UP My CMPAISM CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS StHCBWeeOTOUR. ARTIFICIAL TURF> Z DECIDED TO UP DATE rue 0L0 HIDDEN BALL pi AY* 1

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