Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 2, 1959 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, October 2, 1959
Page 6
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-Junior Editors Quit on- CAVES QUESTION: Do people still live in caves? ANSWER: It is probable that man's first shelter was » cave. In the very earliest times, people did not know how to build houses or even the simplest shelters of wood and stone. A natural cave did not take any building knowledge but it kept out the wind and rain just the same, Man has progressed a long way in his knowledge of building houses and other shelters since the days of the Caveman but, surprisingly, there still are people who make their homes in caves. Perhaps the best known are those in Andalusa in Spain. Except for the fact that they are holes in the sides of hills, the Andalusian cave homes are little different from a modern dwelling. Many have electric lights, baths, telephones. Some have more than one room, with doors and well-shaped windows. FOR YOU TO DO: Try to visit one of the many famous caves in the United States, like Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. But mak« iure you have an experienced guide along wth you. Never try to explore a cave alone. (Jerry Price of Millers, Md., wins $10 for this question. Send your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP News- features, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received, Mrs. Higgins will select the winner.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "But you can't fire Mr. Harkey yet, sir! He hasn't paid us his share for your birthday present!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith TJt Re^. a*. Pu. o«. t) 1969 5r NEA Senic*. tnc. 'I'm worried about school, Moml I'm failing in recess!" SWEETIE PIE By Nodine Seltzer 'I think w» u*«d too much hair spray!" TIZZY By Kate Osann "And this is me in Herbie's car. Ifs out of focus because the motor was runningl" Animals and Others Answer to Previous Puzzle 10 g II-rlB l IP=)AJL-|gJOfKn 1 lAlRlEloh— IA! ACROSS 37 Dips Kghtty 1 Tiger, for 39 Diminutive instance suffix 4 What a 40 Scandinavian leopard cant 41 River in change Scotland 8 Stupor 42 Nursery , 12 Malt beverage rhyme 13 Female horse character 14 Prayer ending 45 Hie talkers 15 Legal matters 49 Guardian 16 Straightening 51 Adjective aoaa ciiaa KIMSI 18 Arranges 20 Loans 21 Trouble |22 Spoken 124 Arrive 26 Crack .27 Pronoun 130 Opposed (32 Gives iotfh 134 Felt 135 River moofti deposits 136 High explosive suffix 52 Relax 53 Sword part 54 Musical direction 55 Colors 56 Desserts 57 Encountered t DOWW 1 Parking problems 2 Nautical term 3 Bible part 4 Petite 5 Wan 6 Prayer 7 Decimal unit 8 Desert steed 9 Portent 10 Repair 11 Insects 17Pase 29 Rows 23 Invades 24 Threw 25 Stove part 26 Closed car 27 Hindu •widow's cremation 28 Warm 29 Essential being 31 Staid 33 Icy rain 38 Digestive 40 Fruits 41 Missiles 42 Hurried 43 Beg 44 Flower 46 Part 47 Grade 48 Bed support 50 Greek tetter BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES A Puzzler BY EDGAR MARTIN OUT OUR WAY BY J. 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BUT ANYWAY / YES, AND I'M WE GOT RIP OF I REAL HAPPY SURE MAD.] THAT AWFULOXY V ABOUT IT ...NOW MAYBE THINGS J^L-J/ ...I'M SHUTTING THIS WILL GET BACK /OH, NO, A LABORATORY DOWN TO NORMAL / THEY WONT ) COLD, Y'HEAR? COLPER'N A LABRADOR HERRING! MORTY MEEKLE Sounds Dangerous BY DICK CAVALLI OH,YE<5/ BRING THEM RIGHT IN, PLEASE. PACKAGE6 FROM GURNEYS DEPARTMENT "STORE, MA'AM, GROWL.' ROWRR../,' AREYOU6URE? l{> 1959 by NEA Sorvk«. Inc. T.M. Roc. U.S. Put. oil. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BY MERRILL BLOSSER yes/MA'AM/ MM Mi I SUPPOSE SHE WHADDVA HAVE FOR. CRICK /N THE NECK uet> SMITH / ibuVe BEEH CCANIMG YOUR. ALL PERIOP, COPY/M6- F(?OM SYLVESTER / THE SAME OFFICE THAT I'M THINKING OF/ THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Advice BY WILSON SCRUGGS raw'T \ CONDITION/ WOULD SOU. I ANSWER <30 AHfAD AND MARRY VIC/ THAT, , MWWAVHE? s\ DONNA/ i THERE ARE TWO PERSONS I WOULD £ONSULT"THE DOiTOK, TO DETERMINE THE <X)UDIT|OM OF VOUK FATHER'S HEART- --AWDTHEM VOURSEtF TO DETEPMIUE WHAT LIES Ik! VOUKOWU HFAKr. YOU MU5T LI5TEM CAPTAIN EASY Important Project BY LESLIE TURNER N0i INSPECTOR. I »AW ONLV HER » A >< N0T THE U5UAL PBNMklNB GAIT., BUT A STURDX 'PROJECT UMBRELLA",.. THAT MAY BE HARD TO ARRAWflB! WELL. HERE'S THE HOME OF A TOP SCIENTIST WORKING OM PERHAPS ^ R EVOLUTIONAR.y TELL US IF THIS RANI SHE VWRB A TAW AUP DEFENSE AGAINST MUCLEAR ATTACK1 PAPER FROW THE PEAP COURIER'S HAND CONCERNS PROJECT' RAUOCfAT. BUT ONE THIW61 CAN STRIPE THAT IP THE MOST CLOSELV GUARt ED SECRET IDENTIFY l» THE IF I SAW HER RUN AGAIN! IN EWSL&NP.,,

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