Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 28, 1967 · Page 8
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 28, 1967
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•Junior Editor Quiz on" SAHARA PARADISE IN THE OESERT-AN OASIS Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Tuesday, November 28, 1967 Medley Answer to Previout Puzzl* ACROSS lake in Canal Zone 6 Cosmetic 11 Mortgagee 13 Chaste 14 Most unusual 15 Fall flowers 16 Cowboy's nickname 17 Poetic contraction 19 Mariner's direction 20 Barbers, for instance 24 Alluvial land at Nile's mouth 27 Perfume 31 Heavy blows 32 Precious 33 Sicilian volcano '34 Ship's freight ; 35 Interval of rest 10 Otherwise 39 Siouan Indians 12 Feminine 40 Extraordinary appellation 42 Air (comb, form) 45 Follower 46 Contend 49 Louisianan French patois 52 Small candles 55 Designated 56 Puts on a play 57 Shabby 58 Barter DOWN IRosy flush 2 Military assistant 3 Scatters hay 4 An (Fr.) 5 Not elsewhere specified (ab.) 6 Legal point 7 Hops' kiln 8 Shoshonean Indians 9 Pikelike fishes 13 Flower holders 37 Attempted 18 Suffix 38 Consume food 20 Leather thongs 41 Seines 21 Possesses 42 Deeds 22 Rupees (ab.) 43 Iroquoian 23 Dispassionate Indian 24 Agent of a sort 44 Plexus 25 Grafted (her.) 46 Star in Lyra 26 Camera part 47 Angered 28 Roman emperor 48 Essential being 29 Canary's domicile 30 God of love 34 Gear tooth 36 That thing 50 Aged 51 Romanian coin (var.) 53 Attorney (ab.) 54 Golfer's term OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . with . . MAJOR HOOPLE QUESTION: How was the Sahara Desert formed? ANSWER: The Sahara Desert lies in the northern part of Africa. There was a time, long ago, when this region was not desert but a land of rivers and vegetation. At that time (upper left), ice sheets covered much of Europe. Moisture from them was blown over northern Africa. As the Ice Age ended, the ice sheets over Europe melted and disappeared (upper right) and, for lack of rain, the land of the Sahara turned into hills and valleys of shifting sand. The Arabs, especially those called Bedouins, made a remarkable adaptation to desert conditions. Living in tents, they made and still make great use of camels to cross the desert country. These unique animals are able to go for a long time on a small amount of water; they do not sweat as other animals do and so conserve moisture. Here and there in the Sahara underground, water bubbles out in the form of springs. Around such an oasis, rich vegetation and palm trees grow, casting refreshing shade. (Maureen B. Lubenda of Linden, N.J., 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 By Dick Turner CARNIVAL © W«7 lr NEA, IK. m «ig. U.S. W. Off. p © 1M7 ;, NEA, Inc. T.M. (if. VS. M. Off. ."I wish our English Lit course were more with it. All the required books are by dead authors!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox ^ \\--LQ CO l»7"k r NU, W. T.M. tig. U.S. rot. Off. "You know what I think, Pop? You'd better take him back and have them fix his volume control!" BUGS BUNNY By RALPH HEIMDAHL "What do you mean 'our late car'?" READ THE WANT ADS C 1 MOM, ELMER/ STEP ON TH' GAS.WILLVA? I GOT THf?£-e MORE DELIVERIES T 1 MAKE BEFORE NOOMl CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER THE CABIN DOOR OPEN AND LULU SELLS THUMPERS INI.,, | ...TRAMPL1WS KOUSH6HOD OVER THE 5TAKTLEP HOODLUM... WA£H, MY BOY! I NEVER THOUGHT I'P EVER BE 50 GLAP TO SEE YOU! THANKS, MK.McKEE. HMM...WHY 1 GRAB ARE THEY MAKIIO' A CONCRETE ) HOLT AW CAST OF YOUR FE&T? r -r y HANS OM! WE'LL PULL V0U CREEP5 I DCWT KNOW HOW YOU R6URED |T our, gut RETURMIN' AFTER 30ME CROOK 6TOLE'EM WA5 KI6UT N&ISH60RLV/I KNOW A FELLOW LIKE YOU WOULDN'T TAKE MOM6Y, 6O I'VE BROUGH YOU A NICE PLUMP glRD RJf? OH Mo/rve) tve EATEN <so \(ROOSTE R5y OM WEATHER- VANES TWAT THCSV/ /.OOKED TASTIER/ SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL 1D A SPOT ON PLANET £ARTH WHERE-\V£Ve BEEN BEFORE. BUT WHAT \f TMEV fMlNK WE'RE INVAP£I?S? THEY WONT, JUST KEEP LITTLE THE FLINTSTONES By HANNA-BARBERA P01VM ABOUT \ /,•' WITH THArM rCAPfflvUSM I CAN MAKE YOU A GOOD PRICE. BY .THE DOZEN / * jtf. V „•* YEAH, .MAN PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER I topped the Honor Roll I-led .ft all the way. In every sinble , test I took I scored ,a perfect !^ I feel like I am nine feet tall, I mean I really do... And that's not easy for a toirl Who's only two- feet-two. ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN ...YOU SAY THAT N^KIPERTHAU KING/ THA'S SAID HE'D COME / WHAT AN' SET YOU? 1 HE SAIPf YOU'RE DANG V- ^\ ON TOPPA HIS BIG UGLY SKULL/ WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI © 1M7 kr NEA, Inc. T.M. ««| U.S. Fot. OIF. W& -SUPPED H/e &BL&. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS' By HENRY FORMHALS VOLJ SHOULDN'T HAVE TALKED TO MR.. THE WAY* YOU PIP .'|F YOU'LL DICTATE A'LETTER OF APOL06Y.iLL DEAK. LA^Ae BRAIN: -. ENTERPRISES MUCH FOfl ME/ THE WILLETS 'PERHAPS WE COULD IMPROVE VDOR SCHOOL GRAPES SIMPLY BY REARRAN6" THE FURNITURE. THE BORN LOSER I UKED IT THE WAV IT by NEA, Inc. T.M. H. a U.S. Pot. 0».

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