-Junior Editors Quiz on- ANTS QUESTION: Are srmy ants found in the United States? ANSWER: Army ants are truly the terrors of the insect world. Unlike other ants, they never establish permanent homes. They are forever on the march, seeking prey which sometimes includes large animals. A horde of army ants on the march is a terrifying sight. Even people flee from them for they are afraid of nothing. They have been known to enter houses and leave not a single living thing behind them. Fortunately, there are no army ants in the United States. They are found in Africa and in South and Central America. FOR YOU TO DO: Even ordinary ants have some of the characteristics of army ants. One of them is singleness of purpose. Next time you find a colony of ants, study these busy insects. See how difficult it is to discourage them from their project. (Roy McDonald of Cordell, Okla., wins $10 for this question. Send your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received, Mrs. Higgins will select the winner.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "I never prepared this particular cereal before, Petl How much does it take to cover Junior?" SIDE GLANCES By Galbrairh "Stalltd right by • phone booth, and I don't know • soul in this town to talk to!" SWEETIE PIE By Nodine Seltzer T.M. ».[ U.S. P«l Off. © 195* b; NCA Sirvicl. Inc. 'Sweetie Pie's been playing barber again!' TIZZY By Kate Osann 7 f 6 © 19S1 by NEA Sirvisi. In«. T.M. R.j. U.S. P«t. Off. 9-8 "The way I cooked his eggs this morning has probably renewed father's appreciation of youl" President's Wife Answer to Previous Puzzle m ACROSS 1 President's wife, Mary Lincoln 5 "Honest - w — was her husband's nickname 8 She was in Lexington, Kentucky 12 Medley 13 Honey 14 Cry of bacchanals 15 Schism 16 Suffix 17 Bucketlike vessels 18 Flog (coll.) 19 Poker stakes 21 Lease 22 Paces 24 Asseverates 26 Obliterate 28 Wave top 29 Reverend (ab.) 30 Writer 31 Preposition 32 Courtesy title , 33 Canvas shelters 35 Genuflect 38 Rasp 39 Mr. Cantor 41 Legal point 42 Challenges 46 Hotel 47 Blackbirds of cuckoo family 49 Size of coal 50 Genus of willows 51 Let it stand 52 Entity 53 Common contraction 54 Diverse 55 Kind of bean 56 Scottish Gaelic DOWN 1 Legal wrongs 2 Oleic acid salt 3 Meal 4 Period 5 Verily 6 Finest 7 Otherwise 8 Wager 9 Immature seeds 10 Her son was Garfield's Secretary of War 11 Cozy spots 19 Declared 20 Pilchards 23 Father or mother 25 Swerved 27 Nights before events 28 Barrel-shaped vessel 33 30 (Fr.) 34 Less difficult 36 Redactor 37 Flaxen cloths 38 Fodder 40 Growing out 43 Animals 44 Kidney (comb, form) 45 Unforced 48 Sainte (ab.) 50 Cyprinoid fish I 3 W 1 ft, 17 \ 71 fr BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES III BY EDGAR MARTIN (bOOP, OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSB . . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPL1 THANKS F0RTH v LlFT,<3ENT6/j I'M ONLY 60\ N' AS FAR AS TH V NEXT TOWN, ASttUT FNfc AilLES AHEAD/ HOPETM PUTT i N V VOL) OUT ANY/, NOT AT ALL, FRIEND- [DELI6MTED TO BE OF r A5SlSTAMCE.'MV COLLEAGUES ' AND I ARE RETURNING FROM A FISHING VACATION/ , "SPLENDID SPORT. FISHIM<S/J MAKE YOURSELF COMF0RTA8L&.' BUGS BUNNY On a Leash /NO MORE WORRIES ABOUT YEf? HAT BLOWN' .OFF IN TH' WIND. 1 BY AL VERMEER BY V. T. HAMLIN BY DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ?• 8 (O tW» by Nt< »«r.ic., Ino. T.M. N«f, U.S. Pit Off, Free Wheeling BY MERRILL BLOSSER GOSH, AT THE ROLLER, RINK' THEY DONY THROW v rcu orr- THEY JUST Give YOU A SHOVE/ THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Mr. Porter Wins BY WILSON SCRUGGS CAPTAIN EASY Confident BY LESLIE TURNER VOU CAW CHOOSE TEN <? F zt CVl&e,, APPARENTLY AT RANPOM, TO TEST A* HY/N0SI5 SUBJECTS, PAHLU06. AMCW0. ZEM WILL 5E ZE SIX I HAVE P0INTEP OUT TO Y0U...YE5? -^^YES... I MOW THEM SV 51 jHT NOW, MY PEAR: SINCE ONE PERSON IN FIVE 15 USUALLY' A'SOMNAMBULIST," you SHOULP FINP ONE AMONG 2B 5IXI ZEN MAKE SURE HE 15 MOT FAKING PEEP HYPNOSIS' THAT'S W PROBLEM,01GA 1 . AFTER HyPNOTIZING OVER. A MILLION PEOPLE, PEW CAN FOOL WEl ANP THE TESTS I WILL USE TO MAKE SURE " ARE INFALLIBLE! ^GodpTTT VITAL ZAT WE FIND IUST ™ ZE RIGHT •**f?k SUBJECT!
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