Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 8, 1959 · Page 8
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September 8, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

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1 -Junior Editors Quiz on- LIONS SWEETIE PIE QUESTION: Why do lion tamers carry chairs? ANSWER: Lion tamers, who enter circui cages to make the big eats do tricks, are very brave. But, with all their courage, few of them ever go into a cage weaponless. The best weapons are small whips, which can be cracked in the animals' faces; pistols loaded with blank cartridges; and helpers outside the cage armed to shoot the lions if necessary. One of the simplest weapons Is an ordinary chair. It confuses the lion because he sees its four legs pointed at him and does not know how to tackle them. Nothing he has seen in the jungle quite looks like a chair. FOR YOU TO DO: Play-pretend with a kitchen chair. See how well you could use it if you were attacked by a lion. But be sure you only play-pretend. Wild animals are handled successfully only by experienced trainers—and not always then. (Mary Logan of Loekhaven, Pa., wins $10 for this question. Send your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received, Mrs. Higgins will select a winner.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner 'This isn't enough, Dadl Helen's real class! I wouldn't have the nerve to buy just regular gas!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith 'What 'lm wondering Is, how do you people know when you're improving?" By Nodine Seltzer Tjt ft*, tu. r«t tm. O 1<S» ky NEA Xtntf. H OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPLi "If I were you, I'd send in a complaint to the manufacturer—it wasn't shatterproof I" TIZZY By Kate Osann "On my list of the world's 10 greatest books, I've included the telephone book!" Animal Antics Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1" goes the weasel" 4 Cougar 8 Shoemaker's gadget 12 Popular zoo animal 13 Region 14 Prefix 15 Nominal value 18 Took from 18 Koran true faith SO Reposes 21 Function 22 Harlequin duck 24 Actual 26 Antitoxins 27 Highest animal 30 Stringent test 32 Whole 34 Afternoon snooze 35 Makes amends 36 Tip 37 Female deer 39 Light fog 40 New Guinea wild hog 41 Legal matters 42 Once more 45 Cooked 49 Bad men 51 Australian ostrich 52 Likewise 33 Irritate 54 Disencumber 55 Chair 56 Cyprinoid fishes 57 Female saint (ab.) DOWN 1 Father 2 Jewel 3 Induced 4 Spanish priest 5 Plastic ingredient 6 Spirit 7 Swiss river 8 Fastened 9 Insects 10 Printing direction 11 Scatters 17 Flagrant 19 Capri and Man, for instance 23 Mountain nymph 24 Flower 25 Ireland 26 Killed 27 Clergymen 28 Aphrodite's lover 29 Bird's home 31 Greek city 33 Large books 38 Sea nymph 40 Opinionated one 41 Destroys 42 Oriental rulers 43^Iigh wind 44 Handle 46 Heraldic band 47 Give out 48 Fancy dresser 50 Three (prefix) I I 4 i 7 8 9 io II 12 13 11 \f lb 17 IS • 10 l\ • 11 Z3 I LH • • 11 Z8 a 30 | * 33 31 1 % I i • HQ 11 in • r r w % ii BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Something te Cheer About BY EDGAR MARTIN gy ALL MEANS/ ALWAYS TAK& THE HUMANITARIAN ' gusTEr?/ 0y BE- FRIEI4DIM& OTHERS., YJSDOAFAV0R <l UHE OLD HUMANITARIAN UIMSELP«i--;». BUGS BUNNY Share the Wealth Program r- OKAV. BUT WHAT D'YA MEAN. BOTH OUR —v PROBLEMS ? PRISCILLA'S POP A Lesson for All of Us BY AL VERMEER HE LOLLS IN WEALTH WHILE I AM A BROKEN MAN! IT'S THE .TRUTH ALLEY OOP Baiting the Trap BY V. T, HAMLIN HAW.' JUST \I COULDN'T | LISTEN TO \SAY...BUT ITS I THAT.' HOW POSSIBLE ^ SILLY CAM / YOU'RE JUST YOU GET? / BEFORE FINDING OUT THAT'S RIGHT, OXY I WOULDN'T SELL , OOP SHORT, IF I WERE YOU-. 9-7 ...HE MAY NOT ) OH, SURE, BE TOO SMART, / A CERTAIN BUT HE HAS ) ANIMAL HIS MOMENTS J CUNNING, NO DOUBT.' ...BUT I THINVi MY LITTLE WILLIE CAN HNNDLE ANY SITUATION YOUR PET SAVAGE CAN -n,^ CONTRIVE v-^tP i>* Vl "Ill MORTY MEEKLE Hounded BY DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Fun While It Lasted — BY MERRILL BLOSSER FORTUNATELY I DERIVE MOST OF My SATISFACTION FROM n BUILDING THEM/ THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE 'AX. POETEE, AEETNOW, NOWT] YOU TPViUo TO ) I HAVEU'T / BLACKMAIL ME 7/THEEATEW&D YOU,HAVE. I? "MAYBE THiSaUB OF YOURS DOESN'TOPEU FOR SEVERAL HOuW- Veiled Threat BY WILSON SCRUGGS . I THOU6HT YOU V LIKE TO KUOW ABOUT IT. WOW IF VOO'II EXCUSE ME, I HAVE fi C30LFIU6 DATE WITH TriE MAYOR.'/ CAPTAIN EASY Resentful f >V Oil I' BY LESLIE TURNER ID TRADE ALL MY SUCCESS TO BE l5 VEARS YOUNGER, MY SWEET... AND NOT LIVE IN TERROR OP LOSING YOU' YOUR JEALOUSY... IT S0RE5 ME 1 . HE IS ZB ONE WHO POINTED OUT] FOR ME IE 51* QUEST*. WE ARE COKICER .NE -D 1

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