Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1954 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 14, 1954
Page 24
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ALT(|)N EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1954 fflfc »AI?lt THE RftRKYS IAOT65 , TU68V TRIPP BRiN&WG *3U THE WSISTAtfte WIU PftW TWE CUffttUK WO REV6AITM6 CORRECT SOLUTION I KNEW fD GET INVOLVED WELL, t Gl/BSfD RIGHT, ANYWAY CHRIS WELKIN, Ptatietetf OEE. UNCA DONAL0) LEFT HEI?E A By RUM WfnterboffiAm sro(?> TELL HIM By Carl Anderson MINUTE 5 LATE LETS HAVE" THE EXCUSE.. AND IT HAD... AAlNUtfeS LATE! I'LL TELL BOOTS AND HKR BUDDIES By Bdgar Martin CARNIVAL Bjy nick Turner Antwer io Previous Tree Tops ACROSS 1 Small tree 5 Tree-top home 9 Shade tree 12 German king 13 Medley 14 Born 15 Making a suit 5 Neither 6 Ran together 7 Function in trigonometry 8 Roman garments 9 Attractive MLV2AC MfVftVA I VVl i?Ke? e d° Ved "page 1 " 18 " 0 MrSdnT "&£* MOr-pan 22 Flowers swords 47 Regrets 24 Behave 24 Pla y in S cards 35 Dress 48 Meadow 27 Bows sllehtlv ^ Sleeveless 40 Pared a tree's mouse 29 Shin's garment fruit 50 Upon comnanv 26 Musical 43 Former 51 Stupor », ronrfi " instruments Siamese coin 52 Allowance ,4 ;„£:.„ 28 Sluggard 45 Denomina- for waste 36 Heroic poem 30Alway« lions 35 Meadow 37 Made amends THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrp. George Smith 1 •PICW<3N*' 38 Dotted (her.) 39 Rod for 41 Grams (ab.) 42 Wager 44 Ancient Greek city 46 Eating away 49 Respond 53 Trees shade Television you from this S4 Hobbyist 56 Observe 57 Toward the sheltered side 58 Large volume 59 Worm 60 Helen of K«y Chunnfli: KSO-TV (B)i HACK (14) KSTM (ail)! WTVI (84)' I "Delighted to have you folks! Matter of fact, I enjoyed the home-cooked meal myself!" By V. T. Hamliu Troy's mothef. WHV, OUR CHIEF, OF COURSE,.. Y ALL P\ YOU SEE.WE'ReACOMMUNim RIGHT, ' KNOW ALL ABOUT J AND 'lOU'RE AWFUL ...BUT WHY DO YOU W~ ilAa *fZ I** * — . . -»->—__h_ 1 J? J VOLJ...YOU'RE COOLA./ SORRY TC>U HAD TO t HAVE SUCH ORD6SS, A i!b.^.PP p 'S&RL I DO IT, BUT ORDERS/! ,OF QUIET, PEACF.-LNG ICAN VQ YOU LONG -NOSED , „ FRIEND, AN' THAT ARE ORDERS. /^ HY6NA? WHO GIVES CRITTER I HAULED MX) OFF OF IS HIS PET DINNY. * ' THEM TO YOU? OCR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOIl 1IOOPLE OUT OUIl >VAY By J. R. William • I'D LIKE TO DOMATE THl* FIDDLE TO ^ClEMCe, UMCLE AMOS/-— ;GAD,ALV!M/IDEAS IFF6CT6 ARE gLOOWIN6 TOO =AST FOR W FlMGERS TO KEEP PACE.'-~fHl6 OrtE IS A HORSE 6ALLOPIM6, MADE WITH ACTUAL 6HO&S/SIMPLY THIS PAD CHAM6ES A PAVE- TOA PASTURE OR CHIRPING, A f?U5iy 6ATS- AM' ALL 6TUFF/ VOD CAM TAKE IT APART IF.Y£>O aw***?* THAT'LL 6SJD-MV MUSIC CAREER f CIEMCE 6ALLOP6 FKECKIJCS AND IDS FRIENDS By Merrill RlosM> 1 WOM MP(? IM A BEFORE CONTEST L WAS AW IMPOVERISHED ST/ PATPR MB-TOUR. , so DECIDED TO POP OVER,SAV HELLO. AND Be OFF A JO6 AROUND. COUNTRY/ -i-. _ __ ^^—~x VYVOI HCK IN A T ar^^ 1 ? S£*J? I REBUS CONTEST, A_BiTOFALLR(eaTT I UMCLE . BOY/ yai LUCIUS/ CAPTAIN EASV By Leslie Turner ENOUGH,..IHORE 60 B;00 P. 6:13 P. 8:30 P 6:45 P 7:00 P, 7:30 P. 8:00 P. 8:30 P. 8:00 P. 9:30 P. 0:45 P. 10:00 P M—(Si Wrangleri Club (B4) Serial Theater M—(SI Duckeye Four (36) Sundown Ranch M.—(Si Sporlj View. 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M.—(381 Westward Hoi Keds Have Seized 621 .lap Boats TOKYO If— A total of 621 Japanese fishing boats manned by 6,981 have been seized at sen since the end of \V«rld War II by Soviet Russia, South Korea, Communist China and Nationalist China, the newspaper Tokyo Shimbun reported today. The paper said 3=15 boats and 6,301 crewmen have been released or returned home. A divorced person cannot be married in the Church of England. 61 Gaiter DOWN 1 Cattle disease 2 Western state 3 Agitate 4 Cavities Coin Machine Firm Asks $340,000 in Suit CHICAGO IP— A coin machine distributor in St. Louis asks $340,000 damages from two Chicago manufacturcers he claims conspired to wreck his business by price cutting. Jack Rosenfeld and his J. Rosenfeld Co., St. Louis, filed suit in U. S. .District Court Monday for the damages. Named as defendants were the Bally Mfg. Co. and Lion Mfg. Co., Chicago; Amusement Supply Co., East St. Louis, 111., and seven officials of the two firms. Rosenfeld stated he contracted with the Bally firm t8 be the sole distributor of its amusement machines in southern Illinois, eastern Missouri and western Kentucky. The suit said the Bally company set up the Amusement Supply Co. and sold devices at lower prices. William C. Geiger, an official of the East St. Louis Firm, was among the seven .officials named. The Telegraph's Daily Radio Chart r KSD (NBC) 850 KC .30 ,48 6 ,00 .» JO .49 7 .1* JO .41 « MI .11 3 9 (A .U JO .4* M M I ^ iM m 111 e fWI S iS 7 An i 8 AA M •jS .41 9 .M IS JO .« I 11 JS I • .4* .*» a^ nn 121 at Am 9AA i *w I rcews; sports Tonn. 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