Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 6, 1970 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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•Junior Editor Quit oi> SATELLITES SISNALS BILLION TIMES AND R6SROAD- A P/CTUR6 OP AN AMERICAN FLAS WAViN<3 IS RECEIVED IN BNSLAWD AND FRANCE SIGNALS AR* SENT-R3 PROM AN DOVER MAINE THE FIRST TV PICTURE smns THE ATLANT1C- JULV 10,1962. QUESTION. When was the first satellite launched and what holds them up? ANSWER: A man-made satellite, released from a rocket high up in the thinnest part of the earth's atmosphere, must have enough circular velocity to provide centrifugal force. This force, pushing outward, just balances the force of gravitation which tends to pull the satellite down. Balanced like this, a satellite can whirl high up around the earth for a long time. Our present Space Age hegan when, on October 4, 1957, the first "man-made satellite, the Russian Sputnik 1, was launched into space, orbiting the earth until January 4, 1958. We illustrate the American Satellite Telstar, sent aloft by Bell Telephone Laboratories in 1962, which can receive TV signals from the U. S., amplify arid rebroadcast them so they can be picked up in England. Many other satellites, are now orbiting the earth. By 1968, a group of 63 nations were cooperating in the use of 5 satellites to transmit signals across both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Another, separate group of satellites (24 in 1968) is also orbiting the earth, being operated by the U. S. Department of Defense. (Chris Holm of Duluth, Minn., wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook of your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) TIZZY By Kate Osann 00000000 OQQQOOO" 'Would you BELIEVE—the women's lib is AGAINST wolf whittles!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox &> WO W NEA, he. T.>). In. U.S. fal. Olf. 'We're finalising our plant for our trip to Washington. How many puffs in 'reparations'?!" Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Friday, November 6, 1970 I American Classics Answer to Previous Puitle ACROSS 1 "The Outcasts of Flat" S" van Winkle" 9 "Annabel 12 Expiate , 13 Hail! 14 Miss Lupino, actress 35 Covered with ceramic pieces 16 Small hard nutlets 18 "The . Letter" .20 Aroma 21 Jewel .22 Honey ; (pharm.) 23 That can be performed, like a concerto 27 Down with (Fr.) 31 Gibbon 32 Irish legislature 133 Narrow ribbon cloth 34 Grape disease 36 Polynesian chestnut 38 Insect 39 Nipa palm 40 Molars, for example 42 Stir 44 Aeronautical group (ahO 45 Blaze of light 48 Bui Id up by deposition, as by river silt 52 Those on lease 54 Vegetable !>5 Number 56 English river 57 Class, as of plants 58 Proselyte to Judaism 59 Mineral spring 60 Elicit DOWN 1 Touches lightly 2 Of the ear 3 Soft drink ilavor 4 Vim 5 Paint pigment (2 words) 6 Enraptured 7 Vine S Resembling indigo 9 Twine 10 Biblical garden 11 Direction 17 Acclaim 19 Prohibition 22 Liquefying 23 Prayer 24 "The -—of the Mohicans" 25 Sacred vessel 26 Falsehood teller 28 Child 29 Copyist 30 Observes 35 Separated 37 Spiritual meaning of •words 41 Mended, as a sock 43 Acts 45"The Celebrated Jumping—— of Calaveras County" 46 Smooth in phonetics 47 Biblical character 48 On the ocean 49 Primitive Japanese 50 Chinese monkey 51 Else (Scot.) 53 Twilled cloth CARNIVAL By Dick Turner © 1970 b» NEA. lnc.,T.M..«tj. U.S. Pol. Off, ''When I said .o u^e the 'hard sell/ I meant 1 on old J. B. . . . not his secretary!" BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL BREAST OF HALIBUT WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS... AND PLEASE HUI?RYiTf-IIS IS MY BUSY I HAVE AN IMPORTANT BOARD MEETING AT TWO... A CONFERENCE WITH MY AT FOUR... HAVE YA GOT ENOUGH DOUGH T' PAY PER TH' v MEAL? WELL1 V ...SUPR..THAT' IS,..IN A WORC NO! YOU'LL HAVE TO ADMIT ONE TI-ilNSy SIRE/ I THINK Bf&U \ CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE I'H. Be : THAT $W6gT SIRU FROM THE FOUWPLIN6 HOME WHO CAM'T TALK! HEUP ME FINP MV HOR^IE ? OUT OUR WAY By NIQ COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUII . . . *!»»• . • • MAJOR HOOPLl THI5 \9 K<5P!... WE'RE piDVOLJPIND THVT'STR/*/ eA'S'TOFTH' RANCH J NNE'VE -&POTTEP ""C TH' MAVERICK, BUT ^ IT'UU TAKE AWMIUB TO CATCH UP WITH HIM! , WILL. TRY TO WHERE ARE OUMOW ... DVEK.J m*$%$%, "• TIME! OVER. ANP OUT/ KEEPIN'TKACKOFTHE &OSS AAV NAME, CAULS ME .' i- «Lippt>3:e ME, MUST HAVE A EMPTYINGS BASKET "too ScoN : I'M ALWAYS- Tt4E <suy SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL THATS THE 1VE EVER SEEN AN E&RTHUN6 THE FLINTSTONES WELL/LOOK IN THE, TENT/ OKAY/ HERE'S THE GUN /...WHAT'LL I PO NOW!?... By HANNA-BARBERA THE MOSQUnO// PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER / WMM. ( THAT V . A RAW DO YOLJ SMOKE CIGARETTES <? n i 'Lrisz^*^^ • ' L.U r 1970 b» HCA Inc. T.M. It? US. rot. 01 ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN SOO'NESS, WHERE'S^- J. ...UNLESS HE'S GONE I REALLY? YOUR TOIENP OFF/BEATSH TO GET THAT FRUIT/ WHY, THE TO IN SUCH A / ME, ) YOU JUST HAP A (PEAR BOY,HOW HURRY/ JLA UMPA.. J HANKERING FORfJ THaJGHTF Hlnn• WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI NOBCOV BELIEVES THAT VOJVe REALLV REFORMEQMA6TY/ I BELIEVE YOJ WHEN VQO aAY YOU'LL NEVER HITANOTHER KID. I BELIEVE I CAN CALLYOJ A SILLV ARERISHTTO YOUR FACE. WITH COMPLETE S4FETVC FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS ., ,WMVDOMT VOU 5TAV AVUAY ROUSU BOVS ? / I'V/B PEPI TH/WSWHy A TUAT J'AAREADIMQ J^'po I'M srucws oFSflScrA!^^ To PUMISM INS UTTeRBUGS fOPMSOF , POLLUTiOMf CAMPUS CLATTER •y LARRY LEWIS

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