Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 13, 1970 · Page 16
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 16

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-Junior Editor Quiz on- SLEEP IIOURSODIESHEED! MOVEMENT-" AND I i-RSSrr lb i OOOP NIGHT 2-Z-Z. QUESTION: Why do we change positions during sleep? ANSWER: Sleep is essential to us. The body muscles need exercise because that is what we have them for—to use. And if we don't keep using them, they will wither away. But using the muscles, while being good for them, also tires them. That is where rest comes in. During a 24-hour day, we need about 8 hours for sleep, during which the muscles relax and rest the best. Younger children require more sleep. The experts say that changing positions during sleep is necessary to get all the muscles equally rested, to take all the strains off them so they will relax equally. It appears that there is no perfect position in which the body should go to sleep. Since the body produces less heat during sleep, it is important to be warmly enough covered. As to positions, nature will take care of them, shifting us around without our knowing anything about it. During a single night, one may make 12 or more of these unconscious changes. (Jean Gee of Greenville, S.C., 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). TIZZY By Kate Osann "Don't worry about my spanking him, Mrs. Meecham —I'm a nonviolent baby sitter!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox fe 1974 ly NEA, fcc T.M. Itj. U.S. Po>. 0(1. "AS a matter of fact, you DID hear wild, satirical laughter. We came across an old 1956 household expense book!" Daily Times Herald Features . . • Comics OUT OUR WAY By NEO COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPL1 Friday, November 13, 1970 Select Readings Answer to ACROSS l"Don •" (Bvron) 5 "— the Obscure" (Hardy) 9 Provide with money .11 Near the ear (zool.) 14 Papal crown 15 River in Venezuela 16 Concerning (2 words) ,18 Heavy blow (coll.) :19 Raw metal 22 Herdsman ;25 Waited for ,27 Seed covering ,28 Explosive J31 Rousseau's hero 33 Novel by Scott 135 Diabolical 37 Lunar "seas" 38 Abstract being |39 Man's name 41 Employer (coll.) 42 Conducts a cause (Jaw) 44 Diligent insect 45 " Evre" 48 Network (anat.) 50 Carried too far 53 Select group 57 Hunting dogs 58 Lesser 59 Even numerals 60 " Karenina" (Tolstoy) DOWN 2 Kind of airplane 2 One •(comb, form) 3 Ohio college town. 4 Ibsen heroine 5 Container 6 Swiss canton 7 Giver 8 School near London A D A M 1 l_ A NJ C O <3 A N EE (_ EE] EE R E= EE T A P R A 5 E j= 1_ 1 10 Cleanse with liquid 11 "— Almanac" (Franklin) 12 Frozen liquid 13 Main star of constellation 17 Social event .19 Corpulent 20 Ovid, for one 21 Blue pencils 23 504 (Roman) 24 Biblical country 26 Guido's note 28 Pulsate 29 Din 30 Importune 32 Chemical PERSONALLY Y RSALIT/, I HAVe THE? ) BOYS, VOUR. FEEL-IMS. J ATTI£?MPT£P . THAT HIS J -SALHES 1 5oN<3 / <S (30UJ AAOP2E- WENT L FEEBLE FLATTER THAN ^ £VSRV SCOTT/ RESTFUL J DAY.' WHEN HE <SOT A HOLE 1M. HIS BAGPIPE-^/ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 ll 17 18 19 20 21 • 22 23 24 25 26 • I • '28 29 30 31 32 • 33 34 35 36 • L 38 • 39 40 • 1 1 43 • 44 45 46 47 I 48 49 | 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 '""•|59 60 is CARNIVAL By Dick Turner OGRESS' "Women certainly had in rough in those days. Even with modern washing machines, it's hard enough to get a husband to do the laundry!" BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL WORK-Teu. 07V5ft.'\ IFNOT, SHADDUP/ ,6ARA$E. HOW YA COMING WITH THAT TRANSMISSION, SYLVESTEK?^| QUITE" WELLJ GUVNOR X EXPECT TO FINISH 1T.« ... RIGHT AFTER MY COFFEE BREAK V CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS fir LAWRENCE HM/Vl. WELLf IPO RECOLLECT V AM'&HE WA£> HER MENTfONIW £OMEOWE NUT& A&0UT NAMED "HOr^HOT':„50ME FI£H AN'CHlP^i GRIFTER IM TROUBLE WITrT ALWAV& GETTIN' THE LAW. 11 mam' CAff^y-OUT OKPEfz* WHEW 2HE PIPNT PEEL LIKE COOKIN'i & unveevce 1970 t> NEA, Inc. T.M. >.i. »,S. PoMM?] THE FLINTSTQNES By HANNA-BARBERA PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN HEY, WAIT.' I HAVEN'T FINISHED MY SPEECH YET, YOU HAMMERHEADS! COME BACK HERE!.' HOLD IT, YOU GUYS.' WE , FORGOT SUM PIN.' 11-13 'SPECIALLY SINCE IT'S „ .WELL, IF WE'RE/ HOW ABOUT / YEAH! HE WHUZZAT?)SONNA DRESS- ITH'ONES GUZ/ WOULDN'T ^/OUT TWO BRONTOS/N GOT THIS,, MIND IF WE I" FOR TH'" WEU. NEED LOTS OF{ MORNING?! I BORROWED /GOOD OF TH GOOD SHARP AXES >!____, r->V 'EM! / COUNTRY' AND KNIVES.' ^/j^T ^ ^ ^' Y ) WO by NCA, Inc., T.M, teg, U. 13 WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI DREAMED THAT BIG-HOSE BOON6ON WANTED TO 1 , Ff<2HTVV\E.,. I TOLD HIM I'D MADE AVOM NEVER TO FJGHTA<5AIN ... 1 © \m h NCA, T.M. I*. U.S. W. Off. ...AND I CHALLENGED HIM TO A SAME OF T/DDLEpywiNKS INSTE5AD- I DON'T k^NOW HOW MUCH MORE OF- THI6 I CAN TAKE". JHJ FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS WW ARB WE STOPPING HERE, SHARK 2 WHEftfcVs THE POLLUTION! CONTROL IDEA YOU WERE GOlNS TO SHOW ME 1 •

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