Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 11, 1970 · Page 30
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 30

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 11, 1970
Page 30
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-Junior Editor Quiz on- 'WALKING' HORSE COMFORT AND SPEED ARE COMBINED IN>»» • THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE- QUESTION: Why is one kind of horse called a "Walking Horse?" ANSWER: This question is usually asked when someone mentions the Tennessee Walking Horse, since, as everyone knows, all horses can walk. This is true, but the Tenneseee Walker walks in a different way from the others. This unusual breed, developed in central Tennessee over 100 years ago, is a combination of the Standardbred, Morgan, Thoroughbred and American Saddle Horse strains. It was developed because of the need on Southern plantations for a gentle, comfortable horse which could also move rapidly. Some of the Tennessee horses had a faster, smoother walk than others, a kind of running gait which gave the effect of gliding and was very pleasant to the rider. Horses with this gait were deliberately developed, until a special breed had been created. Notice the long stride of the Walking Horse as shown in the picture. Over the years, the comfort and smooth ride of the Tennessee Walker Has made the breed appreciated in many parts of the United States. (Cynthia Frogley of Shawnee, Kans., 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 for a prize.) Daily Times Herald Features . • . Comics OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPLE Wednesday, November 11, 1970 Crusaders Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Seaport prominent during Crusades 5 Crusader's opponent 12 Sharp-pointed weapon 13 Fashionable 14 Utah mountains 15 Buccaneers 16 Flying mammal 17 It is (contr.) 19 Put to proof 20 Study 21 Swiss canton 23 Egyptian deity 26 Biblical city 28 Chinese politician 31 One of the main religions S3 , Coeur de Lion 35 Wyoming county 37 Asian country 38 Epoch 39 City in Italy s 41 Not so much 42 In what manner? 43 Secret operator 45 Pueblo Indian 48 Spelling event 49 Exclamation 52 Run 55 Small drum 57 Moslem opposed to Crusades 58 Banishment 59 Fire, for one 60 Anatomical network DOWN 1 Upolu Island seaport 2 Penny 3 Rodent 4 Muse of lyric poetry 5 Enervates 6 Moslem name 7 Roman household god 8 Famous violin maker 9 Love to excess 10 Roman date 11 Avian home Oi A V 1 A Rfl s S e[M 1 LJEI H 0 |E= s •fAli s L_ A T I— A T 1 NI o V e= N s| T EE M & £=• SIA A T E= S •N O T 1 s E= A N CE= A S E= T 5=5 o t_i T H C E= IM T R E= LA, T E= EH M o s T ^ IN ID •|E= 5 + E= R T A P E= •M e R 1 T •E= R O S EE SIAIS TIRIES [Ml 12 U-boat (colL) 18 Business abbreviation 20 Scorch 21 One (comb, form) 22 Engine of torture 23 Coniferous tree 24 Russian emperor 25 Canadian province (ab.) 27 Kazak lake 28 Female horse 29 Greek god of war 30 Harem chambers 32 Single (comb, form) 34 Numinous 36 At this moment 40 Peer Gynt's mother 42 King of Tyre and Sidon (Bib.) 44 One of the Apostles 45 Stocking 46 Semiprecious stone 47 Father (Fr.) 48 Propensity 49 Newspaper item 50 Cavity 51 Crude metal 53 Important card 54 Numeral 56 Woodcutter's tool (var.) 112 14 [16 1 E 3 4 17 18 TIZZY By Kate Osonn © WO br NEA, IK. JM. U.S. Tut. Off. MXUMUXJUUI.U MMAtLWLkUmJL "My mother wore midis years ago and she says, 'Never Again'!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox 23 24 . 25 31 35 38 • 20 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 15 • • 19 • 21 22 27 133 28 129 30 134 39 45 46 47 52 57 59 42 41 143 44 53 154 49 50 51 55 56 58 60 11 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner 'Maybe I'd better rub a little dirt on me be .c .e I go in . . . I don't want Mom thinking I'm sick or something!" BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL fir STOFFEL 'Your father has had a hard day, Junior. Try not to talk down to him!" IF VOU CAN ANSWER THIS SIMPLE QUESTION, I YOU MAY WIN A TRIP TO j CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS fr LAWRENCE YES, IT MUST HAVE- ST/KREP HER HOPES, EASY... SEEfWS WU GIVE our THOSE PRESENTS AT THE ORPHAUA6& TOMlBHT'. BLAZES, I CANT DISrtfPOiWT HER. ANP 5ENP HER BACK,,, WOT_WHEN SHE'S SHOWN THE FIRST SI6N OP . SPEAKING IM MONTHS! ^VOUK "80RSIE-"! i Jim si AV, SALLY?;., ANP WHILE WU'KE HERE WITH AUWT OH. EASY* N? AK01 - ANP UNCLE WASH» Til X>0 MY BEST TO FWP WHAT A PARUN6 OF COURSE WEt BB GLAD TO HAV HER STAY WITH IL.. AS LON<5 A5SH& UKES -1 SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL J HAVEN'T SEEM 1W6 B6S6AR AROUND UtfBtt. X KNOW, SIRE". HE'S SICK WITH -Ve GOUT. ~ F' !" 'TSTONES WHAT'S THIS AUX USE THEIR SEAT ABOUT/ OFFICER j BELTS /...VOU TWO S* J CAN 60 ON / By HANNA-BARBERA NEVEC MINP.... (SO ON / PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER II— f I © 1970 W NEA, Inc. T.M. Reg. U.S. rol. 0[f. ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN THAT'S JH'\ THEN I THINK\OKAVJ WIZER, LAST 6IFT, i IT'S TIME TH' INTOOPUCE ME YOUR \ FOLKS HEA.RP / AN' LE'S (SET HlSHNESS .'y A WORP FROM ) IT OVER WITH.' J \OU,GUZ! 1 GENN'LMEN AN 1 LAPIES/ VOUR . ATTENTION, PLEASE.' WE ARE GATHERED HERE TORAY OH THIS JOWUS OCCASION TO HONOR A MAM WHO ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC.. WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI /THeMOPNING A?\ 9 / MAN WHO \ LOCKED ROS6iAM L UNDECNBATH ME, MYeHomGAMEOFF AND FELL ON HIS HEAD. / GLOBAL W£Z<5 HAVE BEEM STARTED FDR L£SS I REASON THAN THAT. /A- 1/ FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS MADAM; COULD YOU SPAKE A piece OF CAKE FORSOMEOMe WHO HASN'T EATEN IN TWO PAYS? CAKE? WOULDMTYOU PATMCR HAVE A SANDWICM? ORDINARILY I WOULD. BUF THIS IS MY BIRTHDAY". CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS (

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