Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 19, 1957 · Page 17
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August 19, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 17

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EdifoP* Quit on—^SATELLITES A M6I LIKE 1WH OH fHl lid M6C*M Imitation may be the sincereat orm of flattery But even to your riends will not appreciate your copying their clothes and decor- it|ng ideag, or Deciding that QUESTION: How many satellites dees the earth have nowt ANSWER: The word satellite comes from the Latin word sateK le*, meaning an attendant. Today It It most commonly oitd in astronomy to describe a heavenly body which revolves around—or attend*—a planet. : . Tha moon is the earth's only sataliita now". It constantly follows the earth on its fourney around the sun. The planet Jupiter has the most satellites, 11. Saturn has 9, Uranus 4, Mars 2 and Neptune I. Pluto has none. .-".-.•' iarrh may soon b« circled by man-made satellites. Scientists plan to launch them during International Geophysical Year which started July 1. These satellites are small magnesium spheres filled with sensitive instruments which are designed to learn some of the secrets of the universe. They ar* scheduled .to be launched Into •pace by rockets when scientists finish perfecting them. FOR YOU TO DO: Obtain a map of the heavens, from a library or planetarium, and use it to study the stars and moon at night' (You may win $10 by sending a good question to Vlo|«t Moor* Hlggins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this paper. Tomorrow: How big were dinosaurs?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner • day,,Helenl Tennis with Jack, swimming with Bob- Cm so tired I can hardly keep my mouth openl" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith "Mother and Daddy are glad you stayed for dinner—they they h,af»d to be under any obliflatlort* to you I" AKi f RltHOS •MA* ffcftm HeraM, .... . MontUy, Aug. 19, 1957 At the world goe* today, the American taxpayer it really his brother's keeper. , must have everything they have. Besides, the person who is at* ways quick to copy someone else soon loses his own individuality.. TIMY By Kate Osatin ®Ut 6Uft WAY BY J. ft. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSR . . .with » * . MAJ0* t>it> you ATTEMPT LITtLE YET NUMEROUS IAASROUS CHANCf» ^'A WITH AReAL ^^^•J)® 51 ^ '— —^^ **667/ff t^£L/ -^ THE O.P Lt?OPARD CHAM(5- IM<8 HIS SPOTS ? TMIttTV VBAR*TOO *OOKi J,*'*^^« BUGS BUNNY GET THAT JUNK OUTA HERE.SyLVESTER.YER BLOCWN 1 TH 1 GAS PUMPSJ ^ I5HAU. ONLV TARRY A MOMENT, 'NO?' 8EASTLV WARM TtXW, EH.GlWNOR? PRISCILUA'S POP That's the Rub BY AL VERMBIR "How to be glamorous AFTER 40—how to be glamorous AFTER \ 50—why don't t»ey toll you how to bo glemorous BEFORE-16?" SWEETIE PIE By Nadina Seltxer "I said to t*il him it was a nice hl-fI—not that you'd rather hear it than go to a moviel" ;_ Day at the Zoo Antwtr to Prevfout Puzzle 1 rental* sheep « Rabbit lSnak« 18 Wire measttM M War god otQroeet MXoo~»taken XSAnger HCutUnflntwo l«Zoo — house •OAld» |1 Head eovejring U Tootlese , animal ^ , 14 What the kanwroo'does Win addition ITKccentrle wheel 30H«aling»alve IIMammal'i DOWN 1 Persian prince > Telegram 3 Peanut eaters at the 100 4 Riding drew 8 Seed covering 6 Close again 1 Compass point • Performed • Kind of flsh. 10 Support 11 Oriental coins ntiaw«)uar irm MSouth American mammal 23 Student 34 Openwork trimming 15 "Emerald Isle" 36 Oreat giant 27 Surreys, tor distance 16 Awry 30 Ancient Allan 31 Wound 33 Wealth 38 Kind of bird 40 Nomads 41 Lock of hair 42 Priest. 43 Enfold 44 Air (prefix) 4« Geraint'i wife 47 Crippled 4B Urge a horee forward BO Statute MTrultcake ingredient 38 Hardened W Abe tract belnjt ' Indian 40 Sad cry 41 Three (prefix) and rye 49 Hungry group 52 Shsrp point KBlackblrdjof cuckoo family M Australia* M Heroic poetry WMarrie* 17 Indian weight •OOT4 AND HER BUDDIE! The Stttinf •WM*. BY IDOAR MARTIN i WHM THERE-. ANOTHER THING VOU COULD WISH YES, WE .WAVE A NEW HOUSE, NEW FURNITURE NEW DRAPES, NEW &JSS-. BY V. T. HAMUM 100 Years Ago ALLEY OOP .WaJU, ( KxCK fiOOD THERE TWFIEE, 7 SW/ WHW8 _t Set TOE TIME* MACHINE TO DO ONE 4O^ AND IT OOINS5 W> OTHER TH5 8TH WS7 " BY DICK CAVALLI MORTY MEEKLE XTHINKTHIS IS ANPA6MART OPENS HIS- MOUTH WORKMAN NEVER BLA/AE5 HIS TOOLS" ' ,ffiJH?l>irNCAa«rylM,lmi:TJM,RK. BY MERRILL BIOSSW Perfect Timing FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ffi 14S7 t>» WA *>rtto«, NIC. TJKL IK«. V.S. PM. Off, THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE On the Rampage BY WILSON SCRUGO* AND VPU'1?£ 60WWA CWE HIM BACK THAT BICYOE FORMR.BARWES'S FWER ANY WORE, VAHEAK/ MM, IF VOU SO/MUCH AS LAV A HANOC*JHOaV,l'M(50lM STRMGWTTDTrtEPOUCeJ In the Line-Up (M THB CAPTAIN EASY HIM THf HIKIP FJMl TO FWP WK TMilK Hft^R *. PCMC6 OP THWr HOQPft NIAR

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