Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 3, 1963 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN DAVtD CRANE fcy Creig Flessel EILEEN JUST SLUMPED DOWN ON THE FLO BIO BEN BOLT By John Cullen Murphy GOING TO TRY/WP T4*g MY TITLE BdCK cr-^WILL VC5U FROM A\. LORINS. WELL,THE /ANSWER IS— M KWOW,0EN? I PON'T KNOW, GENTLEMEN. ,J ^Jl^^A^I"^; WHEN I'VE H4P 4" CH4NCE TO THINK < THINGS OVER .THAT WILL T4KE TIME. "Y MIND I'LL LET THE PRESS y ENOUGH Air-Light Allure KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola j LITTLE EVE Bv Jolital IT FIGURED, JERRY/ IF A CERTAIN PERSON YOU SUSPECTED ALL \ HAD ACCESS TO LOVA AION6 THESE STONES ) MOORE'S JEWELRV, I YWE PASTE, KERRY? y KNOW NOW WHY HER ..WHY? __-«A. LIFE 15 IN DANGER.' AND, AT THIS MOMENT... SAMSON/.. WHAT ARE YOU DOING AT MY WALL CHECKING, DARLING/.. TO MAKE SURE IT WAS LOCKEP.'.. THE PICTURE WHICH CONCEALS IT WAS HALF-AJAR.. LIKE THIS/ 6-3 510 FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry SOMETHINGS MOVING IN THERE.' LETS GO! FAN OUT... AND KEEP YOUR GUN READY/ PRAISES BE FOR MY SRAVITO- LIFTER/ 1 JUST HOPE THOSE BARBARIANS DONT LOOK UP/ THL PHOT OF THIS ALIEN WRECK PIOAPPEAR TO HAPUS3 ALIEN'S SHIP MS B££H WRECKED 8Y A TRUCK- STRANDING THE FRIGHTENfP SOUL ON EARTH RIVETS George Sixta JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbins THAT BKftT KIKI WILL ARRIVE AT YOUR PAWNSHOP 5HORTLX ANPRO5.' BE WANING TOR HIM IN THE /WAMNFR IOUTI.INEB,. /MAKL SURE OIIK WAN COES NOT TAIL' MEANWHILE,,, FRI6NP JOHNNY, 51NCE I AM NOW 50 RICH, PO YOU THINK I CAN BOKKOW ABOUT 500 PPAOWAS AGAINST MY ALLOWANCE? I GUESS A BOY WITH MILLIONS IS SOOP FOR A FEW P(?ACHMAS,,,AN(7 WON'T EVEN ASK 5ECUKIT// [THE PAY 5HE HAS BEEN \? ? THAT'S OPP/ IF HE'S TOO 1516-,,, NOW I AM I TIKEP.' I 60 TO I GOOPNI6HT, FKIENP JOHNNY,,, HITTING THE SACK, WHY 17OE5 HE NEEP MONEY NOW? THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert OH,NO.' NOT RABBIT FOOD AGAIN FOR DINNER/ PETER, EVERYTHING I "* PREPARE IS GOOD, WHOLESOME AND NUTRITIOUS/r- EVERY TIME VOU GO ON A DIET, I STARVE AND WASTE AWAY TO NOTHING/ (SPEAKING OF WAIST,., LOOK WHOS COMPLAINING ABOUT COOKING FOR 2O YEARS/ Air light, flattering as lipstick- sew a veil hat for vacation. Sundays, all year. Combine velvet, satin ribbon in one or varied colors for pretty styles. All easy, budget - right. Pattern 510: directions for six lovely veil hats. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing iintl special handlini;. Send to I^iura Wheeler, care of Alton Tcletfrnph, fifi. .\cedlccraft Dt-pl.. P.O. Box 161. Old Chelsea Station, New York 11. N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address and Zone. Newest rase—smocked accessories plus 20cS exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew. weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Sew It in a Day! PRINTED PATTERN '4695S-- HENRY Bv Carl Anderson THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith c f GEE,I'LL <i V SE G\_W? L CAN SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney The giant chased Jack down the beanstalk, but Jack got there . first, and-••• I 6 I'M SORRY- I THAT'S THE PART IT'S NOT THE 1 PARTI OBJECT 1 O 6-3 TRUDY PROFESSOR PIIUMBLE GENTLEMEN, PROFESSOR PHtJMBLE WILL BE HERE SHORTLY TO GIVE By Bill Yates / IT WENT OFP- ( WHILE I WAS V CLEANING IT/ K"«KMtuiKS J n,|icatc. !»<.- . W.-. \Vorl,l right- re.erve.1 What Causes Baldness? ; from typhoid fever or scarlet t'e- Win the Britannica Junior 15- ver. pneumonia, influenza, a n d j volume encyclopedia for school:other serious infections. ,and home. Send your ques'ions, When there is a gradual loss inanie, age, address to "Tell Me,or thinning of hair it may some- !\Vhy!" care of this paper. In case;times be due to poor nutrition, or iof duplicate questions, the author'a disturbance in the glands, es- I will decide j winner is: the winner. Today 'specially the and thyroid glands. And, of course, baldness Diane Ceratti, 8, New Galilee, "™.v <-'ome from disorders in the !p a _ scalp itself — such as injuries There is probably nothing more to tllc scill P' burns . or ski » di ' embarrassing to a man than when jscascs of the 'he begin to gut bald. People say 1 M"\be now • all kinds of things about baldness: ! no sill S |c "cure" jit means a man is getting old; or it means he's unusually intelligent; or he's unusually dull. But 'all baldness means is that a man is losing his hair! There are many different kinds scalp, you can for baldness is likely ever to be found! FUN TIME The Chuckle Box Patient: Doctor, I need some "Tell me, Mom, do I ask you to play shortstop for me?" True Life Adventures DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney VOU MAKE DIAMONDS) IN THE LAB '~~~ you jaid ft! • ••but why? S^iM:;:;:;:::::::;:^ vKlnt ...HEATANJD PRESSURE.' "TO COUNT NOStj" A term used in estimating the number at any gathering, often referring to the attendance at a political rally. This phrase is of early American origin, and comes from the fact that while cattle dealers counted beef by the head, horse traders counted their nags "by the nose." ©HUTU C ^ ;:•:• «•» i •^^M^m^M^m^wmmfm^MMm^mm^^M^^^ PURROSE 6-3 i of baldness and many different 1 reasons for it. But in most cases 'it's a condition over which the iman has absolutely no control. Unfortunately, in most cases there i simply is no cure for it. i The kind of baldness we see ; most often is called "pattern baldness." Hair begins to go at the ! temples, or there's a bald spot at ! the top of the head, or the baldness appears in some other pattern. This is the most difficult type of baldness to do anything about — because it's inherited! The inheritance of pattern baldness is influenced by sex. It appears more in men than in women. Very often the woman carries the gene for this baldness and passes it on to her children. Once this type of baldness appears, about the best thing a man can do is get used to it! "Premature baldness" may appear in men as early as the age iof 25 or even earlier. One CHUM.' !ot this kind of baldness may be ia failure to keep proper care of 'the scalp, keep it clean, etc. i.Sometimes an imbalance of the sex hormones may bring on premature baldness. If proper scalp care is started at once, it may help slow up somewhat t h e progress of this type of baldness. "Symptomatic baldness" sometimes appears as a symptom of infections or other conditions. When health is restored, the hair may [grow back again in such cases. I Sudden loss of hair can result thing to stir me up and put me in a fighting mood. Do you think this prescription will do it? Doctor: No, you'll find that in the bill. Letter from a boy at camp: "Dear Dad, We are going on a 10-mile hike. Please send my bicycle. Johnny" THE Pt'/ZLE BOX Sew-it-in-a-Day dress — '2 main pattern parts plus facings! Wear it belted or free-flaring (or work or play, indoors or out. Printed Pattern -1695: Misses' Si/es 10, 12. U, 16, IS. Size 16 requires L' 3 i yards -15-inch fabric. Fifty cents in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, carp of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 213 \V. 17th St.. New VorU II, N. V. Print plainly Name, Address, Size and Style .Number. Just out! 304 design ideas plus coupon for free pattern—any one you choose in new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. t NtLA • When the artist drew a picture of this pair of scissors, he made a mistake. Can you figure out is? See tomorrow's paper what it for the answer. Win the Britannica World Atlas or Yearbook of Kvents. Send your riddles, jokes to: Riddles, Jokes, winner Patti N.Y. "Tell Me why!" Today's is: Sarnowski, Cheektowaga, IT TO THE MAVOR MORTARA. Italy (API—Mayor Alejandro .Molelta of little Zem- me Lomellina has taken on the ad- A boy is growing up when a girl can get him to spend the money he had been saving for a catcher's mitt. litifi.al duties lO'vri clock. The ol winding t h e mayor wasn't en- But husiastic about doing it. vhen veteran clock winder Giu- •eppt Llandro retired at 52 no one .'1st; was willing to take over the Out 1 Man Operation MOSCOW i-P — The Soviets say they are designing a fully automatic oil field in which one man will be able to control the operations of 1,000 wells. According to the Soviet News Agency, Tass. the world's first automatic oil. field will be completed by the end o( 1965. Tass said all processes of extracting, transporting and refining oil will be automatic. The field is located near the town of Len- inogorsk in the Tartar Autonomous Republic of central Russia. SOFIA — Large shipments of machinery are reported moving out of Bulgaria.

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