Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 18, 1967 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, November 18, 1967
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•Junior Editor Quiz on" TERMITES SOLDIERS KINGROYAL. IN AMRRICA, TERMITE* often LIVE IN PAMP |H AFRICA, THEY TAU- HOUSES QUESTION: How can termites thrive on a diet of wood? ANSWER: Termite colonies are among the most successful txamples in nature of millions of individuals managing to live together. There are three groupings or castes: the royal or reproductive caste, the workers and the soldiers. As our picture suggests, there are both kings and queens in the royal caste. Each colony is founded by a royal pair, who attend to producing the great number of eggs required. Each year, young members of this caste move out to form new colonies. The worker caste is the most numerous, making burrows and nests, gnawing wood and other materials which all the colony will use for food. The soldiers, with enormous heads and powerful jaws, defend the colony, especially against attacks by ants. Powerful as their jaws are, the soldiers can't get food by themselves and must depend on the workers. Termites can digest wood and other cellulose materials such as paper. They cause a great deal of damage to wooden houses. (Dee Anne Owen of McHenry, III., 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 "You kids knock off the sibling rivalry, or I'll see to it that your father gives you a real traumatic experience!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox ». t us for o« "My horse does NOT sleep with me every night! We have twin beds!" Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Saturday, November 18, 1967 Travelogue Antwar to Pr«viou« Puiil* ACROSS 1 Anficlcs, California 4 Great Lake Utah 8 . Haven. Pennsylvania J2Cily in the Netherlands 13 New York's metropolitan 14 A.sinn mountains 15 Ninth month (ab.) 16 Imaginative ones 18 "Gulliver's 20 Hangs as if balanced 21 Disencumber • 22 Female sheep (pi.) 24 Term of nflrction 2fi Intend 27 Thus (Lalih) 30 Bring into harmony 32 Controversial discussion 34 Proposition! 35 Redacted .10 SiEmold curve 37 Emmets 39 Domesticated 40 Unfettered 41 Marsh 42 Minute reproductive body 45 Looking fixedly 4!) Hore up under 51 Masculine nickname !>2 Athena 53 Hereditary entity 54 Hawaiian popper 55 Saturate with a liquid 1 56 Worthless table bits 57 Conducted DOWN 1 For fear that 2 European stream 3 Disunites 4 Rescued 5 Seed appendage 6 Tenant under a lease 1 Oriental porgy fl Narrow ways 9 Red deer 10 ICccentric (coll.) 11 Sweetmeat .17 Extended 39 Medical term 23 Walks in water 24 Palm fruit 25 Anglo-Saxon letters 26 Middle (law) 27 Devilish 28 Newspaper paragraph 29 Surrender , 31 Closer 33 One who bites 38 Bed canopy 40 Monstrosity 41 Loses color, as a flower 42 Depots (ab.) 43 Horseback game 44 Genus ot true olives 46 Canvas shelter 47 Church part 48 Joyoui 50 Past CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "He could become a tax expertl Already he can find a loophole in every rule I lay down!" 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