Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 10, 1967 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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•Junior Editor Quiz orr Doves t^ftm'tftwMiy.*.-..,. -i«MHfl(WKV,v»*«._"'*Vi!.'i SHE BRINGS ME AN OLIVfc LEAF/ THE _. 15 OVER/ THE TX3VE BECAME A SYMBOL OF HOPE. OF A SEARCH FOR PEACE QUESTION: Why was the dove chosen as the symbol of peace? ANSWER: The Bible tells us in Genesis 6 that God was angry at man's wickedness and decided to destroy mankind, except for righteous Noah and his family. God directed Noah to build an ark, which floated while it rained for forty days and forty nights. (1) Finally the ark came to rest on Mount Ararat and Noah sent out a raven and then a dove to locate dry land. The birds returned with no clues. After seven days, Noah sent out the dove gam; she returned (2) bearing an olive leaf so Noah knew the deluge was over. As a result of this touching story, the dove became known as the bearer of good tidings. Peace, is considered by most of mankind as the greatest good tiding; therefore it was natural that the dove came to symbolize peace. The gentleness and beauty of this bird, really a small pigeon, have added to the symbolism over the years. Our artist has drawn a dove of peace based on the center of a new U.S. stamp. (Janice Gravelle of Lunenburg, Mass., wins today's combined prize of Compton's Illustrated Science Dictionary plus $10 cash for this question. Mail yours on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper.) TIZZY By Kate Osann 'Don't tell me how awful she is — she was my best friend for three months!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox !..' IW7 b, NIA. l«. TU If, US. fit. 0(1 "It's those delusions of grandeur you cured me of, Doctor! I want 'em back!" Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Ports of Call Friday, November 10, 1967 Aruwar to Previous ACROSS 1 Sonport, Fiji Islands 5 Alaskan port 8 Dicpo, California 12 Mouthward 13 Ireland 14 Hall! 15 Continent 16 River port in Burma 10 Hurmcse port of call 20 Body of water 21 Klonfiatcd fish 22 Rodents 25 Impair 27 Writing fluid 30Halley v s, for instance 31 Indefinite article .12 Sheer dress material 34 Health resort 35 Yelp (coll.) 37 Come in 3fl Printer's half-em M Accumulate 41 English river 42 Color 43 Irish clan 44 Citrus drink, for instance 46 Organ of hearing 48 Drub 52 New World 55 Chest rattle 56 Land parcel 57 Site of Havana 58 English school 59 Consumed fifl Cheese type 61 Serum (comb. form) DOWN 1 Fly high 2 Constellation 3 Prouder 4 Maxim 5 Jules Verne character 6 Algerian port SP 1=11=13 BIHiH &HM& MEHH riffi 8 Terminals 9 Kastern salutations 10 Hawaiian pepper 11 French marshal 17 Of aircraft 19 Martini items 23 Wigwam 24 Remain upright 25 Yucatan Indians 26 Resin 28 Negative prefix 29 Child's toy 7 Egyptian god of 30 Oatmeal, for procreation example 33 Law (Latin) 36 Main port of Tahiti 40 Asterisk 42 Deduction 45 Ventures 47 Oriental food 48 Turkish title of respect 49 Biblical village 50 Swan genus 51 Nevada city 52 Winglike part 53 Pithy saying 54 Tobacco quid (slang)' CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Arbuckle came up with an interesting thought this morning! Maybe it would be easier to put the pins where there AREN'T any troubles!" BUGS BUNNY By RALPH HEIMDAHL X VA INVITED US OVER PER £>/MV£& NOT SERENADING PETUNIAl ^n ,, LE'S EATJ j ' «* s '\--i u ^ -* SH-HHf THIS IS ROMANTIC! V J VAKi IT'S ( START! N 1 T' ( /&4/M' NOW CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER . THAT A&OUT We PECOYIN' ) PIKIO WAS YOU CREEPS AWAY SO I CAK) «r-'j<IPPIW'' WE "5PRIKIS FATS"? WHO 1 ? HE? ) DUNKJO NO FAT5'. BE5IDE5, ER-THAT'S WHAT LOONY X OKAY, 5PORT. ' POTTS CALLS HI5CEMEWT IT'S NO SKIKJ STATUE'. NOW, RUN J OFFA MY NOSE ALONG. DOLL! T "I IF YOU PONT GO BAIL MOE OUT! SSr FLATBUSH FATS FELL OFF TH'BUNK. ANPCHIPPEP HIS CONCRETE I UPPENLY A LOUP THUD...THEW WHIWML'YINS SOUND5... OUT OUR WAY By NEC COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . with . . MAJOR HOOPLB TH' E*ULL ONCE SAID,"IF >OU GUVS DOM'T GET A IDEA OF VDUR OWM SOME DAV, TLL BURN UP THEKA BOOKS AMD YOU'LL HAFTA THINK.' I NOTICE PETE WAITS TILL TH' BULL-IS OUT TO SNEAK IN HERE TO FIMD OUT SOMETHIN* THAT HAS HIM STUCK.' IT'S LIKE AWV OTHER DOPE-YOU LEAN ON IT TOO MUCH .' HE'S AN ADDICT./ SOME DAY VDU WON'T USE BOOKS— THEY'LL HAVE SHOTS FOR THE NEEDLE fJNIA, IK TM t, f 115 >.l Off '4 A &6-J MAYBE- IT'4 YOU LOUTS WERE EAV£b7,"i!AOT THAMJ THE PAP&R- •ROPP/N6 YOU MIGHT AS </THt CAPONE) 00V CLAINA5 WELL HEAR IT ALL/ATTORM&Y;) MOB T^llAtfiOTATlP CRUMWELL "SIMPLY CALLED </5PON<$OR-/ \ FROM TO TELL AAE HE WAS DELI6HTED j\ IN6 A < WITH MY ART COLLECTION/If// C\ WAS JU6T WHAT HE WANTED /, SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL THE FLINTSTONES By HANNA-BARBERA you're RIGHT; IT is A MARTINI UNCLE ONLY I USED CHOCOLATE\ =,TPA.n ^ICZ > SYRUP INSTEAD VERMOUTH ...AMD /M/^^C 1 INSTEAD OF PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER BILLS. BILLS, BILLS 'THAT'S OUT, HAZEL WHEN WE (SOT MARRIED I SAID WERE- THROUG-H WORKING AND THAT STILL GOES/ _ A PART-TIME FOREVER ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN YOU WANT US T'SIVE YOU , WELL, SINCE VOJ PUT "-WHOVE >, SUCH' A HllH VALui EXCHANGE FOR OOP? [ YOU QOT I ON THIS ALLEY HOP THAT'S RIDICULOUS.' A IN MIND? 1 FELLA . By DICK CAVALLI /N THie BOOK THAT THE (5/52M l<=> THE LEA<$T LOVED OF ALL £G54TDR£S, HATED BV MAN AND rLL eer HIS MOTHER FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By HENRY FORMHALS MlSfEK MAYOR, (F WE PONT PLU© I E'LJ THE RE5ERVOIF2./ WHAT CAM \A>E A LOGICAL SOLUTION ^ U/OULP 5E TO SIMPLY SHUT OFF A VALVE PUMPN6 STATiOM/ ^^-x Mo WONDER ' I'VE NEVER. "Ib PLiBLIC OFFICE/' / ,-— = .->-( Too MUCH ~^ C SetOSe/ k_>-v THE WILLETS 17 WELL.THERE'S THtS HUGE 'MASS OF COLO A\RCOMIN6 DOWN FROM CANADA, By WALT WETTERBERG '. * AMD THEN TWERE'5 ^ TMIS WARM STATIONARY FRONT EXTENDING FT2OM THE GULF TO JTHE 6REAT LAKES, TO TME POINT' ] WHAT'5 THE PRECIPITATION PROBABILITY - © 1W l>r HEA, Inc. TAI. Htj. U.S. Pol. OH.

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