PAOB TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, AUGUST 3,1880 MOttSfi By Howard BIO BEN BOLT By lotto Cfllten Morphy HAVE MY DOUBT* --4MV P64W-TM(«T H0W OOULO HI ,«Vi T(T MMTUH «-M9rMMKNt'l KgCPTHIfOOieO MFOtl fOU C4TCM MOTP tP^ " SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Brotifield 2 FiC\VN DOWN " HERE IN AN SHE'S TOE LAST PERSON 1 WANT TO SEE. AM?. SAXON--BUT I'LL SIVE HER FIVE MINUTBS...ROR |N ANSWER TO JUPP'S CALL I'« sosRy YOU INSISTED ON CO/WINS, PAP. i SOR»?Y, BUNNV. IT'S THEONLV WAY re LET voueo. , „ . - v./% I WANT TO HEAR WHAT ^ IN CS you HAVE Jp SAY "^ TD HIM/, ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hatnlln ^WHWe THIS MOO THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs j RIVETS George Sixta THIU6, OO X3U HAVE THE dEWTBWlU.tr MISS-- CAPTAIN EASY 5« By Leslie Turner MEET MR.OftUKA ANO HIS DAUGHTER. AKIi HE'S WITH THE SECURITY POLICE... LAST WEEK VOU SOT WIND » ALAfr i MOl BUILDS V EXCELLENT. A DASTARDLY PLOT TO INFLAME \ WE HAVBNT TOP SECRET MISSILE*. /MAJOR L THEN I THE JAPANESE AOAINST AMERICA'. lBARNBD THE ET CETERA 6IR 1 . 50 HE SHALL REGARD WA'3 IT WIPPEO IN THE SUO 5^/EX^CT MATURE HA& A HIGH RATIWS 1 . VOU OF THE PLOT... ONLV THE IDEM- MINIMUM Of SU5PICION! FAMATIC5 WVOLVED1 .WELL-MANNERED, yy NEVER STICKS < HIS TONGUE OUT AT ANYONE. THAT D0« ISNY VOU/ WgJS QUIET- POLITE - THE BERRYS By Carl (irubert THE S»IITH FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. George Smith JIMMIE GOT INTO VOUR ROOM AGAIN.... I CAUGHT FOOLING AROUND WITH THE RADIO i WHEW/ I'M GLAD/ HE BROKE IT THE LAST TIME J/( HE WAS IN j Whip up this party-pretty j apron for H thrifty weekend j hostess gift, bazaar hit, yourself. Gala fabric-saver style! Use contrast remnants for petaleci apron with or without embroidery. Pattern 744: pattern pieces; transfer of cross-stitch. Send 85 rent* (coins) for thin pattern—n<l<l 5 rentu for each pattern for first-cla** mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 88. Needlecraft Dcpt.. P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York II, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address. New! New! New! Our 1960 l^iura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is ready NOW! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifis, bazaar hits. In the book FREE -3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. To Sis* 48 PRIMED PATTERN By Carl Anderson OUB BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE | OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams THERE'S A BIT O' If WELL.THATSTH 1 HUMAN NATURE ^ WAY UTOPIA WlLUBE, FERVOU/HEWORKEPX IF AW WHEW WE (SET HIS HEAP OFF ALL J IT-I'LL HAVE TROUBLE, SUMMER TO MAKE <. PER WHEM 1 6ET A BEAUTVSPCrrAM' \ THRU WORKIN'AT NOW HE SIT5 IM WHERE \ TH' HARP, I LIKE A SAXOPHONE PER READIM' CHEAP MURPEE JUIWILLIAAM THE BU6 IN THE RO5B **•"•' ""•.£,,. DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney SURE, I'LL GET HIMOOWM FOR VOU.' HOLD TM6/ FRECKLES AM) HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser OID MEAN OLE LITTLE HEBES THE BVENIM6 PAP6R AND WERE ABE ALL YOUR LAnKTMASA ZIMBS PtUS TWAT EX.TRA OOOO BOOK Y&U STARTED ER.--7HAMKS, BUT EXAcrer WWATARET YOU BUIUPINU? UP TO? 11 WANNA CWANSE CHANNELS/ BOOTS AND HKli BUUUIJSS By Edgar Martin True Life Adventures HANDLE with CARE WHERE YOU TOUCH AN 6ue£,TR)£ PISH : STAR OAZHRI 16 ABOVB THB- BVBie. 86 AT IgLHCTRIC MAX* CONTACT r Junior Editors Quiz on- WOOD QUESTION: When does balsa wood oome./rpm? * • « ANSWER: When tlw «*riy Spanish explor«rg oam« to Central Amvrloa and tte Wett Indtea they found the natlvei •tiling around on raft* mad* of a rery light wood. They oalled the wood "balsa," which la Spanish for "raft.' 1 There are several typea of bait* wood. The lightest kind weight only about four pound* per oublo foot. A block of oork the same size would weigh four times a» much. Moat balsa wood oomea from Central and South America, Balsa wood, because of its lightness, often IB used in the manufacture of life Jackets and other objects that are designed to float on water. It also la used to build model airplanes, * * * FOR YOU TO DO: Get some balsa wood from a hobby store and make a model raft with It like the natives of tropical America. You can s'ail it to your bathtub, * * * (John Mob ride of Towson, Md., wins f 10 for this question.' Bend your question on a posjtoard to Violet Moore Higglns, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received, lira, Hlggtos will select the winner.) 8-8 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Delightful way to begin the day- -in this pretty duster with softly flaring lines, back-interest bow. Whip it up in a fresh-as- Epring print, checks, or pastel cotton—it's sew -very-easy! Printed Pattern 4737: Women's Sizes 3U, 38, 40, 42. 44, 46, 48. Size 36 takes 5V» yards 35-inch. Send 35 cenU in coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for Hrst-clasn tnaillng. Send to Anne Aduinh, core of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 348 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, Style Number. SEND NOW! Big, beautiful, COLOR-IFIC Full and Winter Pattern Catalog has over 100 styles to sew — school, career, half-sizes. Only 35 cents! Many a person has gone broke waiting for a break. ©NBA® Trajffio Police Soft-Sell Doe»u't Pay Police officials in Devon, Eng. land have decided the soft.sell doesn't pay off. As a result, the "courtesy cops" have been removed from the road* around the city. These patrolmen merely politely wuniud the offend- Ing motorists. Police say the drivers forgot about the warn, ing in a few minutes. "There Is only one way of treating offenders," growled Lt. Col. Robert Bacon, Devon's chief constable, 'and that Is by bringing them into court."
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