i ~"— Junior Editor Quit on The United Nations TWE 51 CHARTED MEMBERS . v/ I CfffT* fUC* CC'-O,M8IA CHl^ N CHiV-6- CPV H^^ >V THE HAS : BEAUTIFUL 9UILOIN<S4 AND MANV j MORE ,ii MEMBERS''; :M .|IV flx£tC«^' e ^t.u __.__ RUSSIA (U.J.S.R.) SAUO! ARABIA QUESTION: What nations belonged originally to the United Nations? ANSWER: Movements to organize such a group as the Unitee Nations were first begun in September, 1939. But it was not unti 1945 that the U.N. had been organized and its charter signed; the charter members are named in our drawing. Later, a number of other nations joined the organization. The U.N. is not a world government but a meeting place where nations can try to settle their problems through peaceful study and discussion; it has kept some dangerous disputes from turning into warfare. The handsome U.N. headquarters buildings, completed in 1952, are lo cated on the New York City riverfront. Many young people enjoy taking tours through these buildings when great world issues are being debated. One of the U.N.'s activities is UNICEF, The United Nation's Children's Fund, through which many of the world's needy mothers and children obtain food and medical care. The only U.N. agency to receive contributions from individuals, UNICEF was awarded the Nobel peace prize in 1965. (Leslie McGuire of Henderson, Ky., wins this week's grand prize of a 15-volume-set of Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia for this question. Mail yours on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper.) TIZZY By Kate Osann (55 1*7 ty NEA, IK, T.M. toj. US. Hot. Off. Howie's teaching me to be a real gourmet. You haven't lived till you're tried ketchup on chocolate ice cream!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Monday, November 13, 1967 Titles' Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Feminine title 5 Masculine UUo 11 Genus of willows 12 Flyers of aircraft 15 Genuine 16 Musical compositions 17 List of misprints IS ScrutinizR 20 Academic title holders 25 Uncle -— 28 Biblical tribesmen. .11 Frosts 33 Biblical city 35 Domesticated anew 38 Ibsen heroine 39CI<\rgyman's title 42 fturoponn newt 43 Vitreous compositions 45 Exclamation or triumph 48 Made a choice 52 Educated, to a point 57 Roof overhang 5« Sets apart 59 Biblical garden 60 Inventor's concern 61 River in Northumberland DOWN 1 Deep mud 2 Brain passaRe 3 Gunlocfc catcli 4 Dinner course 5 Black lemur 6 Yellow bugle plant 7 Transgression 8 Make lace edging 9 Greek letter 10 Sound of tho surf 13 Sting -— (fish) (14 Compass reading 18 Masculine nieknnmc 21 Two-wheeled carriage 22 Kimono sash' 23 Tin Tin 24 British gun 25 Courtesy title 26 Maple genus 27 Distribute 29 Bacchanalian cry 30 Bondman Ctt ftescne 34 Cardinal's insignc 38 Males .17 K|ioeh 10 Most repent 41 Ml (Human) 44 Icy vain 45 Bnha 46 Possessive pronoun 47 On the .summit 4!) Title for a lifirunct's wife 50 Level 51 I'Ow snntl hilt 53 Guide's high note 54 Undent 55 Consumed food B6 Number CARNIVAL By Dick Turner '"Ethel? Oh, she's down at the beauty parlor getting her speedometer turned back a few miles!" BUGS BUNNY By RALPH HEIMDAHL STOP TWYING TOY OK-AY, SET MORE MONEY \TIGHTWAD! FURTHERMORE.., OUT OF MEi JUST PAINT THIS HAUL AND SCWAMi BLA-BLA- L MA^E A SPECIAL PRICE ON PAINT1N' TH "You'd never think she was the brainy type!" CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER WOT CLUE* FOUNP WHERE McKEE ) HEARD HIM LAWPLAPV \ BUT 5-HE THAT* FUK.W. I HEARP THERE'& TW PROCESS McKEE WAfr HIPIN' FROW "FLATBRU5H FATi IT TURKJT OUT TO SOME NUT CALL? CEMEMT STrtT OWLV TH 1 WORP^v TOPAY, "FAT5", OR MA/B& L '5LAT5HRU8 BILGE WATEF OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN I'M SURPR/SEPAT YOU, C30LPIE, fiETTIM'SUCH A LOW GRAPE OM THAT MATH EXAM--YOU MOST ALWAYS TURK) IM A FECT PAPER.' WHAT HAPPEMEP? YOU WORRY ME.' 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SlSMASHING TWO FINE ^SUCCESS/ CHILDREN, GOOD I HEALTH/ ALLEY OOP I LOVE IT WHEN YOU'RE DISAGREEABLE! By V. T. HAMLIN THE IDEA OF KING BAZ SUGGESTING YOU EXCHANGE YOURSELF TO THEM FOR OOP! AND BESIDES THERE'S \ WHAT WOULD/ YEHf I NO TELLING \ KING GUZ I WONPER THINK _ ABOUT THAT ABOUT IT? \ MYSELF/ WHKT'D HAPPEN TO YOU.' WHY HE'D BRING TH 1 / WE DON'T HAVE ^ ^ ARMY OVER HERE / TO WAIT FOR /SURE! \ t* AN' TEAR THOSE THEM! LET'S / WHY NOT? NEANDERBUMS TO V DO IT OUR- V LET'S GO/ PIECES; „ ,s^ SELVES.' , >W fiKJ-.-V^^' ' © 1967 V NEA, Inc. T.M. «.,. U.S. Pol. WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI 'e DOG GOT. INTO OUR CLA&QPCOM. THIS 6H66e^n ^ HlM DOWN TO © W7 b( VltA, W. T.M. *<g. U.S. fot, oil. ' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By HENRY FORMHALS . CALL THE PUWPINJS STADOM AMD TELL THEM. To / OPP SHUT OFPTHE WATEP. / / THE MAIN) , ' THE WILLETS © W7 by NEA, Int. T.M. UtiTuSTM, Olt By WALT WETTERBERG TO MY . MEMOIRS .'
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