Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 19, 1970 · Page 20
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Thursday, November 19, 1970
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-Junior Editor Quiz on- KANGAROO it QUESTION: How does a baby kangaroo feed? ~ ANSWER: A baby kangaroo — or "-joey" — is only Zl about an inch long when born. Maybe he's small, but he's -~ possessed with a tremendously strong idea, which is to ij,; climb into the big comfortable pouch his mother has *Z waiting for him. Once inside, he's happy. For weeks he ^ stays there, feeding on his mother's milk, which nature ~£ has thoughtfully piped down toward him. He rests and tz grows rapidly. Finally he pokes his head out and takes a •£ look at the world. One day. as in the upper picture, the - joey will see something tempting and hop out. He has the comforting feeling that his mother is around. And if he loses his nerve (bottom picture) he can always take a flying leap back into his safe little home. It may be months before he is out on his own. Young animals have a great need for security when they first grow up. Nature provides many methods. Birds have nests. And many animals bring up their young in caves or inside thickets. A Kangaroo belongs to the great group of marsupial animals, each of which has developed its own way of caring for its young by carrying them around in a soft, warm pouch. (Darrel Hinkley of Sacramento, Calif., 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 n-ii l£l ma fcjr NO, he T.M. X13. U.S. Pol. on. XHSLmSLUlMM "It wasn't your fault, Renfrew, that you stepped on my foot while we were dancing—only f wish you hadn't been wearing your ski boots!" SIDE GLANCES tiy the way ®inibrMK hi m i„. us . P< . v nar shall I do with your pedestal??" Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Thursday, November 19, 1970 Vegetable Garden Answer to Previous Puxilt ACROSS 1 Pungent ileshy garden root 7 Thick edible root : 13 Small space , 14 Handled j 15 Rented ; 16 Simon met him : 17 of corn ! 18 Heron ' 20 Highway curve 21 Changed direction 23 Parasitic insect J27 Perceptible to sight 31 Direction 32 Low haunt 33 Require 34 Bewildered 35 Unit of energy 36! 37' Sea eagle Train certain beans on these Work (physics) Marine worm Teaspoon (ab.) Unproductive Reverential fear 49 Winged 51 Expunger 53 Word of promise Helping Exit WhipsocketS DOWN" Chest rattle Range Expensive Moths Shirt or coat part Protective barrier Diminishing 39 401 42' 45' 461 54 55 56 11 2. 3. 41 5! 1 61 1 71 8 Connects 9 Royal Society of Edinburgh (ab.) 10 Appellation 11 Greenland Eskimos 12 Writing implements 39 Transposes 22 Eater 23 Meadows. 24 Hops'kiln 25 Employer 26 Discolor 28 Great mass of ice 29 Cotton fabric 30 Paradise 32 Strips of honors 38 Stair posts 39 Physostigmine 1 41 Willows 42 Kind of recorder. 43 Metallic dross 44 Young salmon 46 Continent 47 Travel 48 Term in physics (pi.) 50 Pedal digit 52 Fruit drink 1 2 3 4 T5 I 13 15 17 42 43 49 55 18 21 23 24 25 26 31 34 37 40 19 27 [32 135 38 7 18 9 10 11 12 14 16 |?0 133 28 29 139 41 51 56 52 46 47 T9 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Teacher says I must be getting smarter—she hasn't caught me at anything for the last three weeks!" BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL SMOOTH ' OUT / THOSE/ . WOUGH\••. 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DO TtOU THINK TV VIOLENCE IS HARMFUL TO CWILDRE-M, REVEREND WEEMS? "INDEER. YESTERDAY I SAW A MAN HIT ANOTHER MAN WITH A 2 BY A f /HE STRUCK HIM "SO HARO THE POOP? CHAP'S HEAD VIBRATED LIKE: A GUITAR STRING* # »70 tr Nt^ IK , m«.,. U.S. OH. ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN WMATCHA MEAN, IE* CALM ?// THIS'S KINS* DAY! TH'SRCATEST BAY IN Mf LIFE, AN' WHAT HAPTffNS? NOTHING. ...NO PRESENTS, NO PEOPLE, NO CELEBRATION, \*SMFFJS f NOT EVEN *SC !fff LUNCH/ WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI I'M MAKING UP MY CHRISI/WAS GIFT LISTJCHIRS, AND 1^ TEV/N0 TO DECIDE WHAT TD GIVE VOL!. FRECKLES LOOK AT MlMME 'sTo Uzy He FALL5\HE^A E vS? T HIA/V lO> LSMe j • , . V AMD HE'S V K/ND To ) AWIMAL5. By HENRY FORMHALS Yesreettv/ HE SAID HE WENT ID A PACETRACk AMP P^T" HIS SHIRT ON" A HORSe TRAT WAS - SCCATCHEO. CAMPUS CLATTER LOOK, 3IM01 IT WAS INEVITABLE L THEY SHOULD NEVER WAVE SHARED A FACULTY omcsly By LARRY LEWIS

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