Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 15, 1959 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 15, 1959
Page 7
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-Junior Editors Quiz on- AIRCRAFT SWEETIE PIE By Nodine Seltzer QUESTION: Who invented the blimp? ANSWER: A blimp is a large cigar-shaped balloon that ra- •embles a dirigible. But, unlike a dirigible, it has no metal framework and collapses when the gas is removed. Blimps were developed, rather than invented, by American and British aircraft engineers. The British called them "limps" and the most popular model was called Type B. Pretty soon the "B" was added to the "limp and it became "blimp.'' Blimps were used during World War II for submarine patrol and convoy work. They were able to Lover over a particular place in the ocean and spot enemy submarines who were trying to sink ships. FOR YOU TO DO: Until the 1930s, blimps and dirigibles usually were filled with hydrogen gas. Now helium gas is used. See if you can find out why the type of gas was changed. (Thea Marks of Muncie, Ind., 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 'I couldn't sleep a wink last night, Doc! I can tell you •very single word the wife said!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbroith J. M T.M. «•(. U.S. Pit. Oil, ©195» by NEA i.r,.... Ins. _ 1-1* "Have Uncle Dugan's picture hung somewhere els.. Business is high-pressured enough these days without him breathing down my neckl" 'Don't sit with that one without demanding double pay and casualty Insurance!" TIZZY By Kate Osann IN JUKE. &OX DIMES 4 QUARTERS ONLY FLAVORS Jibuti ••*•«>« I 'I'm not going to put any money in while she's sitting there with Eddie O'Brien. Why should I contribute to her date?" Scouting Leader Answer to Previous Puzzle 14 15 16 17 19 20 25 2fi ACROSS Scouting leader, William Dickson . . H« brought Sir Robert —— -Powell 's ideas to the American boy Interstice Thousands of boys his memory Approached Expire Drone be« Intended Boy's nickname Most obscure His efforts opened the of adulthood to millions ctf boys Fellow ot American Academy (ab.) A bo VP Theow His Scout m<» ement produced many newspapermen and writers Bewildered Grafted (her.) He brought Scouting to the boy Plaything Gaseous clement Snake Calf's cry Bridal path Pastry Repeat appearance Sacred songs Shore leather thongs Prophets Intelligence DOWN Orchestra MourtXain (comb, form) Period of time lb 4 Heart 5 Fragrant olnorcsin 6 Strikes (slang) 7 Hawaiian pepper 8 Department (ab.) B Irish 10 Require 12 Dropsy 13 Kidney extract 18 Doctor's group (ab.) 20 Visions 21 His work produced many — men 22 Lacking hearing ed 5 11 Z1 ft 10 ft JO 23 Larissan mountain 24 Heavy blow 27 Musical quality 28 Preposition 2!> Hammer head .15 Attempted 36 Goddcs6 37 Sharp, quick cries 4(1 Merits 41 Cozy spots 42 Disorder 43 Before (prefix) 44 Brazilian territory 46 Diagram 47 Little demons 48 Existence f>0 Paddle 52 Exist a 10 ii m Z5 hi r r 11 18 Fall Guy BY EDGAR MARTIN mWttotHA UnlM. Irp. T.M H.t. U.S. r.i. OH - I J t OUT OUR WAY 7 BY J. I'M A-K66PIM* OUT TEN DOLLARS TEW SPEND, AM' MO MATTER WHUT I SAY DO, DON'T VEWGIVE ME NONE O'TH' MOTE TH' SI7E O* TH'GUV HE'S PICkIM' TO KEEP HIS MOWEV. HE NEVER ASKS ME ANVMORE, 'CAUSE HE KNOWS HE CAN'T 6IT IT/ R. WILLIAMS HE'S KEEPlN'OLlf* JEST ENOUGH / TO PUT HIM IN ( SHAPE TO TAKE "~ AWAV FROM THE WEAK! BANK f-'S OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLI UV NAME'S SEANi 5£MTS,' MANK g£AN/SHORE V>0 7HAMK N'OU PER SNiM' |5AS M0U6B CLARENCE A u'fT.' IT PLAYED RloHT :MTO MV MAND5.TH' WAV IT TJRMSD OOT.Tt) 'A r&LT REAL SAD IP X'D HADDA 60 SACK: HOWE mVJiTMOOT r \wV\ OUR THANKS F0R ^ lN «aj'*. NEVER, IN ALL MY W0R,lDWlD» TRAVELS, SEEM A H6AT6R ttK- KiS .TiON OF LASSOING/—KAPF^AFF <-w-XWE CAUwtfT MAMV A LAW PREAK:ER IM MY DAY, AND REAPED A NUMBER ©( REWARDS/ SV THE WAV, 1$ THERE ONE FOR THIS MALEFACTOR 2 - ^ J3-T MOT BUGS BUNNY PRISCILLA'S POP Ploatlng Screen V YOO.HOO, Sheer, Raw Courage BY AL VERMEER BY V. T. HAMLIK <* MORTY MEEKLE Informer BY DICK CAVALLI I THOUGHT YOU'D WANT TO KNOW. I'LL HAVE TO HANG UP NOW, MIRIAM. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Dressed for Comfort BY MERRILL BLOSSER WHEW' WHY IS THE H£ATOJ?ITSTDO JAARMVETFOIS MEAT/ JUST TESTING THE THERMOSTATS, MA AM/ IF THAT POOR. OLD SOUL CAM PUT UP WW IT,I SHOULDMT COMPLAIN/ \<Sl t»y ittK y,vi«. l,y, T M B«» U.a P.I, pit THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Packing BY WILSON SCRUGGS BY LESLII TURNIR

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