Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 10, 1957 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 10, 1957
Page 14
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Junior Editor* Quit en- HEROES I HMN09 6 trm« Herald, ttrnn,. Iowa W»dn«dAy, July 10, Nobody will cref wh the battle of the sexes because there's too much fraternizing with the enemy. There's no use of making a wi- j letter to a widow, "Mrs. Mary dow feel that because she has Smith." She is still "Mrs. James lost her husband she is no longer entitled to use his name. That is Smith." She won't appreciate your rob- what you do when you address;_a. bing hef.of'.her rightfulJitle., QUESTION: What AmerUan hero became a Russian Admiral? ANSWER: One of the great captain* In the history of the U.S. Navy, John Paul Jen**, joined the Russian Navy and became an admiral after th« American Revolution. It was just one more amazing fact about the amailng Capt. Janes. H* became a sailer at the age of 12, wa» captain of hi* own •hip at 2t, and offered hi* services to hi* nation again*t England. He raised the colonists' banner over the first American Man of War and was captain of the first American ship to b« saluted by foreign gun*, in September of 1779, as captain of the Bon Homme Richard, he met the British man of war Serapls. Though his own •hip was sinking, Jone* refused t« surrender and said, "I have not y»t begun tt> fight." Eventually he won. When the Revolution ended and there were no more battle* to fight, he joined the Russian Navy, became an admiral, and then re- •Igned. He is burled at the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md. FOR YOU TO DO: Ask your librarian to help you find the complete st*ry of John Paul Jone*' baHle with the Serapi* in a history book. Then sit down and write it like a news story for a newspaper. You can color this picture to illustrate It. Philip Curtin, Laona, WIs., wins a $10 award for this idea. Send veur Idea to this newspaper. Tomorrow: Why do we say someone is %ghtinf windmills"? Violet Moore Hlggins, AP Newsfeatur**, ' ••••CARNIVAL By Dick Turner Her record buying is NOT • temporary harmless fad* At 89 , ^ cents a copy the harm to me can be permanent!" SIDE GLANCES -"V v By Galbraith <*&*H; vt m ».» as, HI. ML © 1WT fcf WA S«r,k». iwi 1-16 "Certainly I'll punish Junior for running away today—I'JI keep him In the yard all evening playing horteihoet wjth TIZZY By Kote Osann "What 1 like about movies Is they're so true to life the way you dream about it!" SWEETIE PIE By Nodine Seltzer 4- ' • > M ' T.M. R«f. UA'Ptfc W. « 4917 tay NEA Strviet, Int. I told you a little bite!" Sightseeing Trip Answer to Previous Puizl* ACROSS I -_— Harbor, Maine 4 Tropical plant 8 Musical passage . 12 Exist 13 Sloth 14 Russian city 15 Baltic or 16 Dutch city 18 Small fish 20 Lights 21 Operated 22 Building plots 24 Russian wolfhound 26 Continent 27 Female rabbit 30 Middle 32 Body organs 34 Acting ruler 35 Cheers 36 Compass point 37 Eye moisture 4 Italian city 5 Presently 6 Burrowing animals 7 Exterior 8 Apple centers 9 Prayer book 10 College official 11 Charity 17 Involve 18 Italian poet 23 Engine room* 28 Mineral rocks 29 Essential 24 Land measure 31 Comes in 25 Dregs ,'' 33 Valleys 36 Russian trade 38 Dress union 27 School punishment 40 Pares 41 King of Crete 42 Bird 43 Greek goddes? 44 Habitat plant form 46 Sharpen 47 French novelist 48 Seth's son (Bib.) 50 Posed 40 Fur 41 Males 42'Kind of leader 45 Scottish plant 49 Going back 51 Electrified particle 52 Spoken 53 Italian river 54 Ear (prefix) 55 Paper —58 Golf gadgets 67 Yugoslav city DOWN 1 Singing voice 2 Region 3 Change around BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Berserk BY EDGAR MARTIN OUT »Uft It J. ft. WILLIAM* OUR &6ARBJK& BUGS BUNNY On Second Thought- PRISCILLA'S POP He's Prepared BY AL VER^''5Ell' ME, PR1SCILLA! MAS YOUR BROTHER EVER SAID ANYTHING ABOUT MET \NELL;VJWEN ME MDU WERE COMIWS OVER, HE SAID HE WAS GL YOU WERE COMING TONIGHT/ NOW //CAN'T J WMY iA=l<5URE TO MEETING WOULD -ymjPJJI HETSAYV. EITHER T < /.CM i ntr;, *)VJENNY * J, I . I I t < ii ir^ BY V. T. HAMLIM Power of Suggestion ALLEY OOP -~ ..~ A > YEH! WS WHAT . WILDCAT "rOU I BEEN WANTIM' A BEEN WANTIN:/ LONG. TIME... ONE IS it? _-/TtW WAS REAL SCRAPPY AN 1 PUUA FIGHT/ UTTLE XVILDCWT BY DICK CAVALLI MORTY MEEKLE -I'M GOING INSIDE V AND MA<E j » 1M7 bj NEA StrvlM, Ina. T.M, R«g. U t «. Pil. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS JUST LOOK AT TM^T AMP SMELLTHAT VA/ARMSUM/ BEAUTJFUL. BLUE EXPAMSE / BY WILSON SCRUGGS Precious Gift THE STORY* OF M^THA WAYNE OF COURSE v iOUDONh; ^ST PRECIOISGIFT .SAV, MRS, WAYNE, BUT DOUG'S ALL i HAVE! I'U BE PERFECTLY HONEST WITH NOU CHILDREN IS A RICH LIFE OF THEIR OWN/ Report From Ptnvtr BY LESLIE TURNER CAPTAIN EASY TEO HAd A REPORT W TWe MUCKED , 1$ VfftY AKKI TO LOC^Tg M MOT T MACHINE RACKET IN 0 IDT Hlf PAL t»K

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