Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 23, 1960 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 23, 1960
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MttMB ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUL* iU, 1VWU HOUND By HowAtd «JDD SAXON Ken Bald and Jerry Btonfleld LINE. IMPACT, THAT S1ORM OUR LINES IN A COUPUS Of SPOTS DOWN THIS WAY.' MERK AN? HBWLSBRVICI WAS PISRUPTH? NDSTM OP TUBS , ANP iOUTH OP TM(S ONE. LPSEEM 1'P HEAP FOR THAT AREA IF I WERE YOU. OUR PEOPLE WILL HELP ALL THEV THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs DOU'T 6CT exOTW/1 AS MUCH AS OFFERED TO BUY HIM OFF... PRACTICALLY A AND HE DIDN'T SEEM DISINTERESTED/ DIMMER WTC--REMEMBERED AM TDK LAWMIE CALLED OW M£ TOW/, EVE. HE SAID HE WEWPY.' HI, ANY BOPY AT HOME? CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner DAY AFTER TOMORROW, ILL FOLLOW WITH. TH' LAST ONE! HE'LL REFUEL Af ADA THEM HOP TO EXT PAY AT PAWN AU-2TAXI5 TOTHEHWHT UM6FORIT* HOP TO TUB ALEUTIAN* THE5E U-2'5 WERE USED IN , JAPAN FOR WEA-V FLY IM THE THIN AIR THER RESEARCH \M 90,000FEET.**. ONLV. WE'LL PUT 'Eto 6ACK TO WORK , NO OTHER PLANE CAN APPROACH IT, PAL 1 . FOR FOUR YEARS RUSSIAN INTERCEPTOR'S TRIED IW V/AIM TO REACH •frM-nONLV TO MUSH OUT WILE* RELOWITH6M |AN ENGINE FLAME OUT 6ROU6HT POW£R6'U-i POWN^ WITHIN REACH.., *EEM£ INCREDIBLE THAT AMY PlAWE CAW IN THE DISTANCE A ROAR A* THE U-2 STREAKS DOWW THE RUN WAV.. •ffi lOftfl feu N£A. Int. T.M. Riff. U.S. Pel. Of Cv^'^.V^V'; *£'.:, " THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith MOM. THE IV r«~t< Mllth' AiUm OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY BS,lACROS5E*NDTaM^,™ •fitt^fs* f2«>>i x-i «ttt O»r-i «- t^ wlUUin^W CAMERA,ACT MATERIALS ' SOT MIS TOOTrtggUSVA -7] By J. R. Williams WE'RE SOW TO V WMICH'P N I BET IF FIX TH 1 TROUSHS \ YUH SOONER ] THEM \ TRVIN' TER LOOK AKJ'TH'FEWCEATJ HOLP IW / FELLER* \ LAK COWBOV*- «EEP5PRIMGS, A YOR6LAP-\ FOUKIDA I BLTTI DQAM AWWENE6P yj THISftAMPt ) ClfiARBT J TH1WKEVEWA 1 CATTLE SALT T V TH' WIRE, / BUTT IU \ LOAP Of COAL, THERE-KIN I > ER TH 1 / THEIRCAR» \ NO PERE WUHOLPTH'/ I 5ALTr ) BACKEA6T J COJLP HELP RIFLE AN' X X_-«M THEV'PFIRB \ PEM SUITS/ SHOVELS? J X*N \!.N TH'SHOFER. BUT THI& ISFUW/ THE TRAIL TUXEPOE5 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Bloaser NUTTY, UET5 TEST OUR / ALWAYS OM,C'MON— PM ANXIOUS TO SEE HOW STRONG I AM/ 1 DONT KNOW WMY «ME NEED9 A MACHINE WHEN fiHC CAN DO THIS' BOOTS AND HKU BUDDIES By Edgar Martin BIO BfiN BOL1 i* arm veu, M».ftatw,*cM WB'U. ft WIN'EACH erne ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlln lOU 68E, ( WRLLjMAt MAKB US TVS NCveRV EVtiN MM PMlV.. I'VE KNOW WHERE : AMP >OU I MISTER WANTED 1O_ I OOP Popular Bluebird* RIVETS By George Sl.vta EVERV TIME I HEAR THOSE DOS TAGS I THINK OF 8 BELLS... THAT REMINDS ME- ITS ONLY 154 DAYS CHRISTMAS...! THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert IT SERVES VOU RIGHT GRANDPA.' Colorful hluehfrris lhal bring ipty to any room. It'* fun to i embroider the varied motifs. Bluebirds, syrnlwl of happl- IK-SS dial's what this needlework gives you. Pattern 921: transfer of 6 motifs 4 1 /«x4 I /4 to B.xK-'a inches, sixteen 2x3. Send 35 ••cut* (coins) for thin pattern—add 5 rents for each pattern for first-clan* mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecrart Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11. >'. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Address. New! New! New! Our 1960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is ready Now! Crammed with rwiling, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts bazaar hits. In the book FREE ?, quill patterns. Hurry, send lib cents for your copy. Whirl of Fashion PRINTED PATTERN 4657 HENRY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney r Junior Editors Quiz on- RIVERS True Life Adventures ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN BUHF»HANT© TO A TRBE.,.. ...THBKE'S MO OKIQ , SOMBYIMBa AN UNWAK/ MAY 3E <iAUOMT U^PER A PA04JN0 QUESTION. What, it th* long«»t rtvtr in tht world? * * * ANSWER Tbia !a tba Nile River, ft U nearly 4,000 mllea la laagtb* riaing Iron Uka Victoria la tba Mounttiu of tba Mooa and •optying into tba Meditarraoaaa Baa la tkeoorttu Egyptiana pltnted cropa oo tba fertile banks of tbe Nile aa aarly aa 6,000 B.C. If tba river were moved to Anarioa* it would atreteb from Caatral Amerlci through tba Uaited fitatea into Canada. Tba MlaaiMippi-Mieiouri eystem in tba United Statee ir longer than the Nile, but it represents tba joining of two rivers, Tbt Nile ia a single river, joined by many streams just northeast of tbe Congo. For tbe laat 1,600 miles of its course, it haa no branches, Tbe delta begini near Cairo. It is tba only river ia tbe world whiob rise* near tba equator and flows into a temperate soae. IB the drawing, tba numbered points along the river mark tba plaeaa wbera tbara are aataraola •>(.!•. iff woara that* U rushing water. • • • to* TOU TO DOi Tbara are manr Intarattiaf atorlaa about tba NUe, Qna of tbaai la about tba Bomaaa wbo aama t« Igypt la tba^ofOlaopatra, A beak about ttoaaab* lataala yenr Ubnqr, (VUaa AilUal of im Patacaon, IfJ., viaj 110 vrtUf ivuattoa. Mail yaw ^uaattoi ea a poatoard to Violat Maora M lu, AP Nawaiaaturaa, ia owe of tola aawapapar. tf •Juplieat* quaaUau aia raoaiMi; MM, tttflu lUl aaiaaf tbawiaaar), T-u Low-waisted wfjirl style—cool for summer with a sweet-heart neckline, bright for back-to- school with a. pert Peter Pan collar. Sew both style* to delight a fashion-minded daugh-. ter. Tomorrow/s pattern: Child's dress. Printed Pattern 4657: Girls' Sizes H, 8, 10, 12, 14. Size 10 takes '2% yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 85 ceoU In coloe for thU pattern—add 10 cento for each pattern for flrat-obMe mailing- Send to Anne Adams, euro of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept,, 248 W. nth Bt,. Haw York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Stoe, Style Number. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Some women have their own way so much they write their diaries up a week in advance. AUITHAUAN KEiCUK OOI4EAOUI8K Eight Cape Patterson, Australia, lifesavers who decided to take u swim after a reacue carnival was 'called off because of rough seat recently, had 'o be rescued themselves by other team members. Those who had stayed on the beach carried lifelines out to their colleagues, facing 15-foot breakers to do so. Lingering Australians i»id the unrehearsed rescue was njcve Ulan any

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