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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1980 rot; BVBD HOUSE By Howard Spafber BIO BEN BOLT B.v John Caltefl Mnfphy ttmtity ALLEY OOP B.v V. T. Hamtln JUDO 8AXON' By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfield eOOlE'S CHANGR? HIS MIND, OftODV. BUT NOT SUITE THE WA HE 5 CONVINCES HE SHOULD 6O TO >. X3U THINK, WODY.' OUESE AND PI AV..' ALTHOUGH I'VE CONVtNCFP aAvMORF'S RFAUV , WAS SURE YOU'D SEE THIS WAV.' TALKINS ABOUT? cot/Me you THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs WADE, EVE QUA F/«GLY HOT SUMMER Mi.' QUICK; BILLV, e&T A POLICEMAN/ RIVETS By George Sixta 662 ^Vr^fc Y WANNA KNOW WHO DUN IT ?? / CROQUET 'ARCHE OUT/.' .WUfl, CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner OUR PLAN If FIAWI.ES5.CO«RAPE$..ITWU51 FAIL'. AfTER TW0RR0W5 "INCIPBNT" JAPAN'S WA55E& «UI MO LOWfiER TRUST HANDFUL Of FANATICS 6ATHER. FOR. A FINAL TALK BV THEIR LEADER FROto REP CHINA. LIKE MY FATHER WHO f SPLBNPIP1 WITHIN HIS KAHMWttt I FORTV MINUTES' PLMUf INTO A YANKEE / THE VANKEE5 WAV ANP THE AREA FOR MILES AROUNP THE SAW WILL SOON BE 6WARWINS WITHSOLDIERS AND POLICE'. ROAP8LOCKS WILL BE SET UP ALONG -I ALLHI6HWAV6. ..BUT THEIR. SEARCH FOR. TUCKER WILL K TOO LATE 1 . HIS gOPV WILL NEVER • POUND THE BERRYS By Carl (irtibert THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith MOM IS TAvkittsVQ ME POR ^ TCSPLE \CG. CRGAM CONE.. Tkr G*w(t Mtuhrw •SURE, ALL s r*s OOT TA 0 VS. ^E-T As POLIO <S,V4OT. I ms JUST WONDERING IF VOU WERE ASLEEP. OR AND (M NOT ACCEPTING ANY PHONE CALLS UNLESS THEYfeE FROM IKE HIMSELF/ HENRY By Carl Anderson Knch butterfly Is a single p;ilch applique tliat n begin- IIPI could do'. Start a quilt now! 1 T SP odds and ends out of your scrap h;iK. The body of thi butterfly is embroidered. Pal- Icrn tttt: chHtis; directions; p;itch piei-.c: yardages. Si>nd »A rnntn (rolnn) for thU pHttprn—Hild 5 rent* for «?adi pattern for fir«it-pla*A mailing. Senit to Alton Telegraph, <M, Needleeraft Dfpt., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelnea Station, New Vork II, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern NumlK-r, Name, and Address. New! New 1 New! Our 1960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Boofr is ready NOW! Crammed vvitfl exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, ent- hroider, quilt, weave--fashions, home furnishings, toys, feift$, bazaar hits. In the book FREE 3 quiJt patterns. Hurry, senjj 'X cents for your copy. Wardrobe-Maker PRINTED PATTERN OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE ! OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams I'LL TELL VEW WHV 1 CAMPEP HEAH IF YORE TOO PUMBTOSEE-- BECAU5E ITS CLOSE TO WATER...! HAINT WATER A MILE PER NO THIS WDM'T WORK-ER IMEAMI CAW'T.' TH' ROCKS TO PROP TH'COOK OUTFIT--IT* HARPTORMP ONE PER TO PROP US UP-'/ IFOUMP ONEPER ME AM 1 OWE PER MYCOFFEE-- THEV'LLHOLP UPMYBEP TONI6HT.' 8-10 DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney _, Wilt Dunty —Junior Editors Quiz on- FRUIT FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser OKAV, VOU.' OTOTHE SHOWERS HM/W? THERE'S 5QWETHI\i3) PEOJUAR <3OIN3 ON HERE. R3R.SOME RftASOM HOME AT THE SAM6? DEAR MOM: WISH YOU. WEfcEHERg,/ LOVE/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin True Life Adventures TRJCKS of the TRADE I'l •iS THE= SUN BITTBRN RESOT«T<S To A P.feSFgfSATS TRKiK. Fi-AT ON ITS BACK, IT CalVES A RSA>L.1$T)^ ^ »MITATIOKI OF A COJJ-'SP ©WAKE/ HISeiNUS AKII? ewAVisio rre HBAP. Bxrr n<Bi7AT<!PTBE / »tt>i 8to QUESTION: An orange trees native to California? • • * ANSWER: The ktod of orange grown IB Ow Dnnad StatM to eall«l • twMt oruf •. ft it believed to have been flrrt grown la •outhern Chin*. Muy year* later It VM brought to UM countries around the Mediterranean Sea like Spain and Italy. When the early Spaniab explorer* came to Florida and California they noticed that the climate there wa§ much like that of their homeland. They brought with them orange tree* and planted them. Today the United Statee !• the largeat orange growing country In the world with an annual crop more than double that of Spain. About 90 per cent ofthe Amerleaa oraogef are grown in Florida and California, • * * FOR YOU TO DO: Moat people eel only the Juicy fcwtde of an orange and throw the other part* away. But orange peelf alto are useful product*. 8ee If you can find w* what UM is mad* 01 orange peels. e e e <Sdlth Rogers of Rtftraidt, Calif.,wtosilOfortW§ qgettioa. Bend your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Hlggins, AP Newsfeatures, la care of this newspaper, U duplicate qussttons are received, Mrs. Higglns will select til* winner.) 1-10 What every- fall wardrobi must have- one beautiful, basic skirl to go everywhere with sweaters and blouses. Low- f Id ring pleats give a graceful swing to this easy-sew style, Muke it now! • Printed Pattern 4804: Misses' Waist Sizes 24, 25, 26, 28, 30. 32. Size 28 takes 2 yards 54-inch. Send fiO cHote in coins for till* pattern—odd 10 cento for each pattern for first-claw mailing Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 111, Pattern Dept., MX W. J7tb St., New Vork U, N'. V. Print plainly Name, Address, size, Style Number. SKND NOW! Big, beautiful, COLOR-IFIC Fall and Winter Pattern Catalog has over 100 styles to sew — school, career, half-sizes. Only 35 cents! LITTLE LIX Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily There's never a dull moment with some people — it's continuous. ©NBA® DUSTY QU88 8 KXPCN8IVIS GOBUBT An old glass goblet which ha4 accumulated a thick coat of du»t In an English cupboard has turned out to be a valuable museum piece, London reports. Agents looking through the Nor- thamptonshire home of baronet Sir Charles Shuckburgh in preparation for a sale of part of the contents found the goblet, 'and gent it to London for valuation. Verdict: it in an extremely rare eighteentb'Century piece ed to bring around |3,flQQ.