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October 9, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Junior Editors Quiz on TIME QUESTION: When were sundial* first used? ANSWER: The sundial is believed to have been used in Babylon at least as early as 2000 B. C. The earliest description of a sundial comes from a Chaldean astronomer named Berossus, who lived about 300 B. C. To demonstrate the fact that the shadow ef an object will move from one side of the object to the other •s the sun moves from east to west during the day, he made a sundial. During the day, he found the shadow of the dial moved in a circular arc, and he divided this arc into 12 equal parts, which became 12 daylight hours. They were called temporary hours because they changed with the seasons. It was not until 1400 A. D. that equal hours were decided upon, when clocks were invented. Primitive peoples sometimes arranged stones in a way that indicates they were making huge sundials. At Stonehcnge in England, where scholars believe sun worshippers created monuments as early as 1800 B. C., there are three stones arranged in a special way to point toward the rising sun on the longest day of the year. FOR YOU TO DO: The boy in our picture is studying a garden sundial and watching the shadow that falls from the piece of metal in the center. You can experiment with your own sundial if you take a circle of cardboard and a piece of metal, and point the metal toward the North Pole. (Lael Miller, of Duluth, Minn., is the observing young astronomer who asked the question that brings a $10 reward. Mail your questions on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received, Mrs. Higgins will select the winner.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Of course, the gimmick is to hit the moon without the appropriations committee hitting the ceiling!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith TU. IU». Oi. fA OK. C IMS by NEA Snvlct, IM. "We sure enioyed that cider, Mrs. Hiflgins. My wife wrote you this th«nk-yoo note several days 190 and I forgot to mail itl" BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltx«r T,M. K«f. U.S. Ptt. Off. © 1959 bj WA 8«r«ie». Inc. "The hunfs a success! Shultz just treed • fox I" TIZZY By Kate Osann "He apologized for bumping into me. He thought it wa* an accident!" This and Thar Answer to Previous Punle ACROSS 1 Vessel 4 Pant 8 Piece of bacon 12 American humorist 13 French islands 14 Waste allowance 15 Sun 16 Resistance 18 High voices 20 Wrong 21 Fuel 22 Building additions 24 Cockchafers 26 Biblical character 27 Posed 30 William Jennings Bryan, for instance 32 Change 34 Be sorry 35 Redacted 36 Tree 37 Espouses 39 Containers 40 Chest rattle 41 Things (Latin) 42 Willow 45 Weeping 49 Not evergreen 51 Chemical suffix 52 Kind of jacket 53 Bulrush 54 Japanese outcast 55 Without 56 Ages 57 Wipe up U3MHS HBH 1 Good old dayv 2 Scent 3 Wire 4 Boys' friends 5 Nautical term 6 Felt 7 Greek letter 8 Stops 9 Wool (prefix) 10 Curves 11 Oriental officials 17 Hebrew law 19 Sew loosely 23 Cripples 24 Dickens' heroine 25 Native metals 26 Russian labor union 27 Meets need* 28 Solar disk 29 Spreads 31 Ahead 33 Italian river 38 Bypass 40 Harness parts 41 Destroys 42 Poems 43 Bristle 44 Sacred image 46 Girl's name 47 Preposition 48 Jump 50 Indian Tht Arrest BY EDGAR MARTIN OUT OUR WAY BY J. 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