Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 21, 1970 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, November 21, 1970
Page 14
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-Junior Editor Quix on- ECOLOGY Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics OUT OUR WAY" ly HE<3 COCHRAN \f WHAT A BOO-BOO.' TH' Y NO-NO.' THAT WAS THE ONLY Saturday, November 21, 1970 South America Arwwer to Prtvi'eui Puxife ACROSS ofworld's 1 Colombia's most -—• capital ,„* e ,S lons . 7 Canal country 37 Affirmative 13 Idolizes 14 Arrays on the side of (var.) 15 Rat, for instance 16 Dwell 17 Medicos (ab.) .18 First-rate 20 Venezuela mainly reply 40 Meadows 41 They run. away to wed 44 Compass point 47 Feminine appellation. 48 Depot (ab.) 51 Impede progress of borders on the 53 Makes neat Caribbean 55 Break one's QUESTION: Why do people say we should study ecology? ANSWER: Ecology means the relation between living creatures and their environment — the part we specially need to study is conservation, the care and protection of our natural resources. This is of enormous importance to all of us. We depend on plants and animals for our food. We must not allow them to be used up, to become extinct — for if they do, we will become extinct too. Pollution, waste of natural resources like our forests, are threatening us. But we can win in the good battle of conservation if everyone will help. YOU can help. How? First, ask your teachers how best to help in the conservation projects most important in your area. Let's all go to work on such projects, plant trees, clean up litter, feed the birds in winter — there are dozens of other ways we can find to help nature maintain her natural balance. But we should team up together and work hard. Junior Editors sends this message to every one of its readers: We can save the clean air, the pure water, the soil and the natural resources of America if each one of us will do his part for the benefit of all. (Christine Craig of Noosup, Conn., 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.) "21 Chemist's vessels 23 Citrus fruit of Guyana 26 European river 27 Paradise 31 Newspaper paragraphs 33 Show mercy to 34 Award for bravery 35 Louvre locale 36 Chile's Atacama Desert is one word 56 Ignores 57 Thinner 58 Hebrew ascetic DOWN" 1 Wandering minstrel 2 Smell , 3 Deities 4 Mineral rock 5 Rigid 6 Cunning 8 Vigilant 9 Yugoslav city 10 Cuckoo blackbirds 11 Ancient Persian 32 Bewildered 19 Breed of dog (coll.) 2.1 Made over 22 Calyx divisions 23 Peruvian capital 33 Paraguay's official language (ab.) ( 37 On the farther side (dial.) 38 Roof finial 39 Sofa 42 Brazil is a country 43 Trains travel on them 44 Is mistaken. 45 Ooze t 46 Heating devicei 24 Brain passage 48 Lateral part 25 Middle (comb. 49 Adolescent form; var.) 28 Challenge 29 Assam silkworm 30 Promontory 1 Fruit-peeling 32 In its place devices (Latin ab.) year 50 South African fox 52 Air (comb. form) 54 Roman god of underworld 13 15 17 21 23 24 25 31 34 36 TIZZY ByKoteOsann 44 45 46 H 51 52 55 57 10 120 22 11 12 27 28 29 30 40 48 49 154 50 QOAKTt KRACK SHOUCP NEVER HAVE CALLEPA PASS-HE SHOULPA RUM TH' BALL. UP TH'MIPPLE... THIN4TO JO THERE/ Hi HADTJ,. UH Yrsrr.' TONE rr KMM.' «DUR MOTHER THIAJKS IT'S BAP FOR MB TO <SET EX CITEP AMP .SHE'S ABOUT SfOU-TH' GAME EW AAAKIN' US SHUT DF.' OUR lOARDIHtt nOUSI MAJOi KOOftf L tfucr twe AV6F2A«B •atoULP VJWT6 MY AUTO-) 7^5*5 ^1 ' AO\ CAM <3GT ©UlWlCS AMF» HANC? lM-TWMWr4&(OP «ON<s TO EXPOSE THE tW^ERS^ ANP axi&r PUT our. •JO TH6 PROBLEM SHORT RIBS \ if you VOHT ONLY PAY HALF OF MY TAXES^ By FRANK O'NEAL VOLT &RB£N. THE FLINTSTONES WHERE V TO THE VET... YOU \ HE ISN'T FEELING PRISCILLA'S POP DON'T FORGET TO USE YOUR SAFETY-BELTS, VHEAK i By HANNA-BARBERA By AL VERMEER I'M OFF A SOME TO WILLOW V HUSBAND £REEK FOR J YOU ARE, A QUICK /\ BOTTS" ROUMD.'/ Y ~-j ~ YOUR WIPE SICK WITH TME FLU' AND YOU'RE OFF TO PLAY 18 HOLES OF 1 SOLF/ jy 1: ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS ) mu t, HEA, l«. T.M. (.9 U S. for. OH. A RE YOU FOLKS USTeNN6 ? CAM YOU HEAR /^e LOUD AND CLEAR.? YOU JUSf FLUNKED A ROLLS ROYCE, A NEW YACHT, AMP A TKIP AROUND THE" WORLD/ CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS

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