Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 9, 1970 · Page 6
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•Junior Editor Quiz on- ROCKPORT, MASS. A FAMOUS VIEW: " fACTIF NUf^Bfe ONE; ROCKPORT QUESTION: What is Rockport. Mass.. famous for and •why? ANEWER: Samuel de Champlain, French explorer, -founder of the Canadian city of Quebec, discovered in 1605 a pretty little cove in a part of Cape Ann. in | Massachusetts, which we now call Rockport. Why Rock-! ; port? There are some rocks there, against which the surf beats in a modest manner, but a resident of Maine might tell you that they don't compare with the grandeui of the coast further north. Where then, lies the specia claim of Rockport to world fame? It's Art. capital A Artists throng "to Rockport. like bees to lucious flowers Why, again? Everything about Rockport is picturesque meaning arranged' like a picture. There are picturesque old fish shacks, especially the one we illustrate, callec "Motif no. 1," meaning the first thing the newly arrived artist wants to paint. There are fishermen, lobster pots bats lying around, all looking natural, easy going, far away from the pushing and shoving of modern life Drawing this picture started our artist dreaming. He's looking up bus schedules to Rockport right now; he wants to paint "Motif no. 1" in color. (Nancy Scarff of Moylan, Pa., wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcarc to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) TIZZY By Kate Osann K. ntt ty NEA, tut. T.M. Rcj. U.5. Pol. Off. ''Everybody asked me to return whatever I'd borrowed- and so there went my back-to-school wardrobe F" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox ii-9 1970 If WM, Int. TM. Ktj, Ui fol. Off. " 'Dirty pictures contest'? OH . . . you mean the antipollution drawings I had the children make!" Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Monday, November 9, 1970 Football Inspired to trerfoui Puttie ACROSS 1 Bowl .1 Toss the ball 9 Equal score 1<! Semiprecious Mone 13 t'easo W Japanese verse fonn ]:> Fool 16 feminine nickname 17 Was or 18 Piece of linen 20 Green Bay team 22 Short sleep 24 Japanese i measure 25 Greek letter 2R Thr Creator SO Medieval musical sign 34 Wound wilK horns 36 Ancient religious •.vriter :i« Football field 40 Series of names 41 Settled and steady 42 Throxigh 44 Definite article 45 Ship'? record 47 Buddhist sect 40 Light spear Ti'i — - down 57 Biblical high priest 58 American inventor 60 Recording OUT OUt WAY ty NIG COCHKAM R1 Heavy weight 62 Cipher fi.'i Ratitc birds f»4 Bishopric fi. r ) Ireland 66 Dndaiqn wildly device 8 Distance from letter to letter 9 Hollow cylinder 10 Brain passage H Consumes Food 19 Children's Rame 21 Bend the knee 23 Destitute 25 Hen products 26 Legal wrong DOWN 1 Rifles 2 Brifihe- roloretl fish ^ ?. Bat-Rain event 27 Operatic solo 4 Feminine 29 Let fall 31 Distinct part 32 Netting ,'!3 Italian city 35 Official ol name 5 Silence* fi Tiptoeinff 7 Underwater detection ancient Rome 37 Spanish feminine name 39 Cherish exceedingly 43 Umpire (ab.) <W Donor 48 Potassium nitrate 49 New York team 50 Medicinal plant 51 Clinging plartt 52 St. Philip • 54 Chibchan Indian 55 Made int» threads 56 Examination 59 Family member 1 12 15 18 •••••Ml 2 HMMHHI 3 4- i I 1 13 16 678 21 9 14 17 ' 10 11 49 57 61 64 50 51 ~ Ibb 62 65 158 62 65 52 5JM 53 60 63 66 54 55 56 9 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner (61 1570 I, Nt*. I«..TM. t.j. U.S. M. Off •"Well, he won the election fair and square ... he had the best band and the most colored balloons!" BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL fir STOFFEL OKAY, SYLVESTER, STOP TW MUSIC AN' I'LL GIVE YA A MEAL ON TH'CUFFi CHOICES, BEEF NO OFFENSE, SlKE, BUT X BELIEVE X'UL TRY TO EARKI ENOUGH TO EAT SOMEWHERE, ELSE! 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