Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 11, 1967 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, November 11, 1967
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•Junior Editor Quiz orr Chow Dog A CHOWCHOW — AND A SAILIN© SHIP/ - WHAT*5 THE CO'-'." ACTION QUESTION: Why is a certain dog called a chow? ANSWER: The chow, one of the oldest dog breeds is believed to have originated in China. Their large heads with the heavy ruff of hair makes them look like miniature lions and their blue-black tongues are also distinctive. Chows are muscular, with beautiful coats. When the outside world began to trade with China, sailing captains brought back many unusual things from the East. When the English and Americans traded with the Chinese, both parties spoke in pidgin-English, a simplified version of the English language. The word chow meant food, but chow-chow referred to any oddity a captain might want to bring home for sale. The lion-headed dogs were one of the most desirable imports. After a while, people named them chowchow dogs. Ultimately, this name was shortened to chow. (Denise Gromley of Akron, Ohio 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 Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Saturday, November 11, 1967 Travel Talk Answer to Previous Puzile ACROSS 1 de Janeiro, Brazil 4 Mexican seaport, —— Cruz 8 Said, on Suez Canal '12 Small shield 13 Arabian gulf 14 Persian poet 15 Negative word 116 Pendent ornament 118 Formerly 20 Anglo-Saxon , theows ;21 Sea 122 Violent anger 124 Appellation 126 Wheys of milk 127 Southern state (ab.) 130 Satiric 32 Style of type i34 Scuffle 35 Unruffled 36 Amount (ab.) 37 One time 39 Rots flax 40 Log's cor* 41 Varnish ingredient 42 Test 45 Degrading 49 Crossed again 51 Organ of hearing 52 Arrow poison 53 Masculine 'nickname 54 Health resort 55 Chances 56 Former Russian ruler 57 Account (cotL) DOWN 1 Ctty in Nevada 2 Portrait 3 Farthest outward 4 Effective' 5 Dutch city 6 Venerate 7 Collection of sayings r =ii=im isi nrania Nlli=J l=H21Mil=ll OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN lsll=IMI 8 Suspend, as in space 9 Foretoken 29 High cards 31 Philippine..... ________ seaport 10 Underdone, as a 33 Tapestry steak 38 Puts to flight Tl Very (Fr.). 40 Peels 17 Envoy ' 41 Stevedore, for 19 Adolescent instance years 42 Singing group 23 Get up from bed 43 Split 24 Feminine name 44 Frosted 25 Genus of herbs (bot) 26 Fragrance 27 Most wool-like 46 Greek letter 47 City in California 48 Seize 28 Fluff from yarn 50 Seaport (ab) ' VES.I THINK IT'S VERY IMPORTANT TO BE ABLE TO SPEAK WELL IN PUBLIC.' 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