Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1971 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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B-2 Alton Evening Telegraph Monday. January 11, 1971 THE JACKSON TWIN* By Dirk Brooks THATS THE J PK5HT, AMP WHAT APE HOST'HE "STHESE WIPES LEAPING HE&PO CW4 .' D&N .' CAN NOU HEAR ME ' 'TTiSME. WILLIE SMITH, OLD BS2AKEA«,AN ON NO IO5 ' I OWE BACf TO TTVLkr TO XDU, C»N.' THE &<JST TOWN HEARP ANP ABOUT UP TO A VCCY MOOSE By Bob Weber HAVE Av GLASS OF : ^^ ——— — . i - , || ^ v j^. f-^ v_/»—r^v_J—' *•>/ ("OEUCIOOS OCTOPUS WINE, NO, KIO.'... HE CRUSHES SO VOO FINAO-LV DID WITH BLIP'S MISERABUE -*% . , PET ^OCTDPOS? «£«sgi8tey. ' -fed^.-;. THE WIZARD OF ID By Parker and Haft LANCELOT By Coker & Penn tt 6ET (?IP OF OUR OLt? C.IFT& ' we'ee INVITE prc? ANOTHER HOU6E-WARMIN6. TIGER By Bud Blake THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith JEFF COBB By Peter Hoffman DRIVING JEFF THE AIRPORT, FATHER DESCRIBES HIS MISSING 'S FRIENDS.. AND ONLY A FEW FEET AWAY... SHORT RIBS IT WASN'T If WA5 VOPKA- KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola OH VEAH?..yOUR HIREP HE'LPER TRIED TO GIVE ME THE SAME TREATMENT' WANT TO HEAR MORE' SWEETHEART? THAT'S A.. A RIDICULOUS LIE! .. WHERE THEy TOU? ME HOW EVA WENT SKIING WITH /OU.. ANP PIED ON THE SLOPE I JUST FLEW FROM YOUR FR1ENPL.V HOME TOWN, FLORIN.' ASKED IF HE EVER KNEW EVA LOP1, SRES REPEATS THE ACCIDENT STORV.. AHP BEIMONT CALLS LEFTY IM., WH-WHAT'S THIS TIN BADGE DETECTIVE DOING HERE ? By Greig Flessel DAVID CRANE /I9/9 'BUepSSbM/N" VSPgyAKIMS TOMe PLCNTY WIU OO THERE C/IRY; HAVE MRS. OL/HAV^VS DINNER P/AR7Y FOR U9 TONIGHT f A SMOOTH RIDE..- WE'LL SIV6 VOO A RIDS LIKE YOU Vg NEVER HAD 8EFORE' By A. LEOKUM HOW DO LIZARDS CHANGE THEIR COLORS? Win The New Book of Knowledge (20 volumes). Send your questions, name, age, address to "Tell Me Why!" care of this paper. Include Zip Code. In case of du p 1 i c a t e questions, the author will decide the winner. Today's winner is: Regan Coleman, 6, El Paso, Texas Lizards are reptiles, a class of animals that also includes cr o c o d i 1 e s , turtles, and snakes. There are about 3,000 kinds of lizards, and about 80 of these kinds are chameleons. There are many kinds of lizards that can change colors, though we usually associate this with chameleons. Lizards are the prey of many animals, among them hawks, badgers, wild dogs, and snakes. So they have many ways of protecting themselves one of which is changing colors. A lizard changes his colors by means of certain very small branched cells which are under the skin. In these cells there are pigments of many colors. By contracting or expanding the cells, the pigments in them are rearranged. The color of the skin that appears on the lizard is the result of the pigment that is closest to the skin. And usually this color comes quite close to the color of the foliage where the lizard happens to be. In addition to helping protect the lizard, the changes in its color are sometimes influenced by the temperature and light. When an enemy is near, the lizard will not only change its color but will also "freeze" to avoid being seen. If this doesn't work, most lizards will dart away as quickly as possible, and they are very good at getting away. Certain horned lizards are able to squirt blood from broken vessels in their lower eyelid. This blood may hit the face of the enemy, or it may make the lizard repulsive and so it won't be eaten. Many lizards are also able to drop their tails when they arc grabbed. The enemy stops to go after the tail, and the lizard escapes. 11 soon grows another tail. FUN TIME The Riddle Box 1. What kind of beans won't grow in warm soil? 2. What time would it be if you gave a boy 10 cents and a girl 15 cents? If. What is the best paper for making kites? ANSWERS 1. Jelly beans. 2. A quarter to two. 3. Fly paper. TIIEl'UZXLEllOX QUINCY By Ted Shearer ALWAYS SAYS TWO HEADS ARE BETTER. TriAM ONE,.. HENRY By Carl Anderson fe True Life Adventures 'i:/,i~4i3fo*W£i«»jJ»S >;«H*f JB' V,... SEHSTSS HL-ACK BEA«S SO THERE AKE-A1_1_ . HE dAH'T •pOl_l_OW. FUNNY BUSINESS By Roger Bollen IOOW1H6H- •SEEMS fO ^ THE PKOBL£M ? s?) O 1171 1| NU. IK. TM. «1J. U.S. Fit. Off. January Answer to Previous Punle Di*lrilnitv.l t>y K LITTLE PEOPLE'S PUZZLE By Frank O'Neal WLNTHROP By Dick Cavulll I HATE TO SEE A WOMAN WORKING 6O HARD... WILL VOJ PDF MY COVtR OVER MY HEAD? DELVECN ALTO PR IT E ANOLKftD Here are the names of three cities. To find out what they are, rearrange the letters in each word. See tomorrow's paper for the answer. Win The New Hook of Knowledge Yearbook. Send you riddles, jokes, to: "Kiddles, Jokes; Tell Me Why!" Give Zip Code. Today's winner is: Nina Mero, 9, No. Troy, N.Y. Want Ads Get IS Results! ACROSS 1 Birthday of R.E. 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