Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 21, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 21, 1960
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ALTON BVEN1NO TB-aORAPH JUDD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfteld APBKISN'T THE ttoeear THINS w FAVOR, PUT 1 KNOW (T' AN IMPORTANT gXHTA THINK ITU M&.P ^^Sjraf* EDO*? THftVRe AWOlNTJNO 5OMBON6 TO RU. A VACANCY ANP TWO flOWHWJL MEMBERS ARE BIS FOOTBALL FANS WELL, IF THIS TRUSTEESHIP MCAN5 SO MUCH. WHY DON'T YOU OFFER HIM MONCYf I UNPEffSTAND THAT BEEN DONE BEFORE.' ME STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs KHOWMOWIT NOU10WS5T XXK MOTHS*. /SHE'S A V6T/ M«JH«Tri)U« WQMAU. IM FACT, SHE MSAKW MAD A NERVOUS SBSAKOOWJ WH6M, WE LEARNED YOU'D BOW CXPOtCD FROM I .^iriflSEsBSSW. •St'lWU * ••M^BVH**^ 7Wr*FTttUOOH.~\( MAY ITAK6 CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner r THE-OAKTRKti 'SOOO MAN1 Tl KKTREE1 WHES DID IT STAMP? | ID SAV THE STUWP^ T HE.'?A. | W!*.. RE ' VLLV ' 1 WE A g,*UH?^ •^ " -4 [ ttV^Oofr«AAM"TH6 H3 loF frtAT £! MK» )cOMIM3"OOWMT'Nbwl V WHITE MBMR WITH A ( KENTVOUR BOAT &^4ASK^ OAK TREB1 !WB H r^J?HH«L.l ^AW WU IEAVB A ' • LEAD W»6HTAN'LMW^JN T«E MOR»WdJ IYQ THAT THUWPEKl * -.^ ._ -—/. .*. * JBDH IS^L ^^ssV& *>A9t/K<» ueive. ^.nux wrwiw FOR A50AKEK1 wmssr'-™ 21 "* 1 .EAO WEI6HT AN'LEAV IT FLOATING HERE!, THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE CARS IP TI4ACV HHUKB 5AP8TY MAY IPOM MY RETURNtNe 4^UT TO AIR R3«C6 OFFICIALS / ••MNfOgED, $O SKEW IS MIS : VALUE TMAT A LARSE (?BWARO OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams LOOK--IP VOU FOKC.OT TO PUT A STAMP ON THE liETTER YOU WROTB TO VOUK PAL.THEY'LL PROBABLY COLLECT THE POSTAGE PUE FROM HIM.' YOU DOKl'T HAFTA WAIT HERB FOR THE MAIL- MAW FOR THREE HOURS/ BIO BfeBf BOLT By John Oofloi Morphy FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin TUESDAY, JUN1 21, Back-to-School Hit ALLEY OOP By V, T. Hamlin UXK9 LIKE THAT \WDNmiNO? / rr§ /vixm£ji«reR/wixw' WMWrrHANl'IH JUffr TLWN HIM BACK IN1O A k. ft */ COLT ._AW THA'9 WHV EP , OOP? WH*TCHX HOU6R1N T ABOUT? BIVET8 By George Slxta THE BEBRYS By Carl Grubert NOW SAY THANK YOU/JI NOW SAY COOKIE, OAOOhrV HENRY By Carl Anderson FIVE SEVENS, ARE **^ TWIRTV-RVE' WHAT IS TME NEXT P&OBUSM, r - --.- r DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney True Life Adventures WINGS of WARNING t>t PUMA, 6TAUOW3 THE ARIZONA SOON A PUDOC <ye- HOVBR6 ABCVE •Junior Editors Quiz on- LIZARDS QC/£SI70N; It a Glla monster dangerous? * • .* ANSWER: The Gila monster i«t largeliBtrd found in th« dct. •rU ot the louthweatern United States and northern. Mexico. Sometimes, it grow* to a length of two feet. It's one of only two poisonous lizards known. The othee Is UM Mexican beaded lizard. The Gila monster has a powerful poison that hu been known to kill a man. But the Heard would rather run away than fight. The poison comes from the base of the li»- ard's teeth. When the Gila monster bites, it chews its victim so that the poison will be worked into the flesh. It will hang on until its mouth is pried open. In captivity the Gila monster becomes sluggish and does not seem to resent being handled. But no one who is not used to handling a Gila monster should pick it up. Although it night b* sluggUh, it can move its head very quickly. * * » FOR YOU TO DO: There are many different kinds of liwrdt, See can find out which ones, if any, live in your area, * * * (The $10 award for this question goes to Nancy Ferguson of Fort Dodge, Iowa. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moor* Higf ins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. II duplicate questions art received, Mr*. Htggins will Mltet ths) Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Bulky-knit this school jacket now _cables, seed stitch make it the favorite of the young set. Jumbo-knit jackets in two lengths. Use large needles, 2- strands knitting worsted. Pattern 754: directions child's sizes 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 included. Send 35 cents (coins) (or this pattern—add 5 rents for *»ch pattern for first-class malllnR. Send to Alton Telegraph, W, Neeillerraft Dgjit., P.O. Box Ml, Old Chelsea Station, New York tl, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name and Address. New! New! New! Our 1960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is ready now! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. In the book FREE —3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. Weetf* Sew-thrifty PRINTED PATTERN It's such fun to mix and switch all the pretty, button-on toppings that turn this princess sundress into three different fashions. Beginners' delight- no waist seams. Tomorrow's pattern: Misses' e asy-sew sheath. Printed Pattern 4720: Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. See pattern for yardages, Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. . Send 50 cent* in coins for this pattern—add 10 cent* for each pattern for flrst-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, eare of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 843 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Sice, Style Number, Another confusing misnomer is the term, "poljti. cal economy." WGUER VACATION COSTS CHICAGO Of - your family vacation by car will cost you more this year. The Chicago Motor Club actU mates art average vacation bur. get of J40 a day will be required for each couple driving 300 miles a day. Last year the wsti- mate was $36 a day. Reasons for the increase are the higher co*u tor food and lodging. Car operating costs have held steady. 4

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