Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 24, 1967 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, November 24, 1967
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•Junior Editor Quiz on- CAMERAS E I THAT'S THB. MILLIMETER! Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Friday, November 24, 1967 Biblical Places Answer to Previout Puzile QUESTION: What are the mam kinds of cameras—how do they work? ANSWER: All cameras have lenses which focus tight rays en a light-sensitive film. During the fraction of a second or so, after you press the button, the light is allowed to come through and images are imprinted on the film. After being rolled, the film is taken from the camera. It retains a chemical memory of the images, which are developed with special chemicals, giving transparent negatives, from which the final positive prints are made. We illustrate 3 of the most popular camera types. Box cameras are bought by most beginners because they are quite inexpensive. But these cameras, although reasonably priced, are not toys; excellent pictures may be taken with them. The more expensive 35 millimeter cameras use moving picture type film and carry small rolls which give many pictures. Fine lenses and high speed shutters enable these cameras to capture such shots as the hummingbird in flight. The reflex type is popular because you can look into such a camera, see just what you are going to get and focus it with precision. This principle is also used in many 33 mm cameras. (Michael Mulvey of South Norwalk, Conn., 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 2 \ . ' © 1M7 by NEA, IK. TM. %j. tt.S. "I'd love to'sit with your three-month-old, Mrs. Jenkins —it'll be a pleasure not to have to drag him away from the TV!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox « 1MT *r NM.-fK.-TAl.IUs. UJ. W. "We're not getting many enrollees in the middle age group, so we've decided to call it the Senior Youth Group!" ACROSS IProm to Beersheba 4 Mt. —, grave of Aaron; 1 Mt. <Ten Command- menu) U Harem room ,13 Before 14 To lower place .16 Northern Israel (Bib.) 17 Gull-like bird* 18 Australian ostrich (var.) 19 Choices 21 Piano adjuster! 23 Legally bar » Lottery 30 Bang 31 Immense number 33 Intemperate speech K Weird (varJ 37 Choral compositions M Middle (law) 40 Controls for liquid flows 42 Jewish inland sea 45 Shakespearean character 49 Bargain events. 50 Angered 52 Malce amends 53 Hebrew "»" 54 Also 55 Board game 56 Shade tree 57 Legal point DOWN 1 Measure of medicine 2 First man 3 Appellation 4 Possessive pronoun 5 Constellation S Grain gatherer 7 Content 8 Idea (comb, form) 9 Demigoddess (Teut. m; —•1=41:11:1 aiJMJHll=l OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN 10 Grain bristles 35 And others (abj 11 Insurance Cab.) 38 Covering for •16 Automatic an arm restaurant 39 Personal 20 British streetcar pronoun 22 To a higher 41 Mercenary place 42 Goliath of —— 23 Superlative 43 Tropical plant suffix 44 Camera part S4 Thin 46 Agalloch 25 Edible rootstock 47 Hereditary 27 Genus of herbs factor (So. Afr.) 48 Unequal > '• 28 Fibs conditions " ' 29 Merit 49 Membranous 32 Coloring agent pouch 34 Contrives 51 Distilled liquor CARNIVAL By Dick Turner © !?<7 t r NEA, IK. T.M. R.j. U.S. Pot. Off. "It would cut. my work in half if the toy department would just put in a rest room!" BUGS BUNNY By RALPH HEIMDAHL I WISH WE COULD DANCE, PORKYi YOU KIDS WANNA'DANCE -I WANNA EAT... LE'S COMPKMISE! CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER THEN HI* MUST BE THE OTHER ONE-AHEAP OW OUR STAKBOARP SIPEi 6WAT*! I SEE- NOW WE FOUOWEP TH 1 WKONS 6CWH ~T THAT AIN'T WE'LL RISK IT- WAITS VONPER ULP WRECK THE MftTIOW'5 ECOWOMV! COMES A BOAT! HIPE HIM TILL IT PASSES'. HOLP UP, PALI I AIN'T SATIS- FIEP WITH TH 1 ANSWERS I SOT FROM VOL) ABOUT PLATBUSH FAT&l THAT NOSV OLP BAS AQAIW 1 JUST A MINUTE, MAPPER"' MB/MAY WANTVOU TO GO UP TO THE PRAFTIM' OFPICB WITH HIM.' IT WOULD BE A GOOD GAG Tt> TAKE HIAA UP AM'GIVE THEM BRIGHT BOVSAUOOKAT TH' BIRD WHO SUGGESTED SUCH A GOOD IDEA/ HIS IDEA SOUND-MSUP? GAG ISN'T/ THEV'LL. 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