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June 7, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 7, 1963
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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1963 DAVID CRANE By Crelg Flessel SO YDU'RE FEEIJMG VERY WTrLL, NOW THAT TRCY CULVER'S GOME,,, •OJ UTTL6 FOOU.DONT YOU MOV HE DIDN'T FAIL FOR THAT FAINTING BIT? 6—7 THAT'S THE LAST TIME ^N lOU'RE GOING TO INTERFERE YVITH ONE OF Mr DATES, DO SOU UNDERSTAND,., . IMEAN7HEL/»STTIMe/ KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola MEANWHILE, SAMSON POWERS SOME STRANSE ITEMS IN A SUITCASE/.. BIG BEN BOLT By John Cnllen Murphy DIPN'TKWVE TO DO -THAT, /MISTER. I COUL.PA PONE IT MVSELF two 6ir* WAS trit BSAL WHICHAW Dlfr A LOt 01* 1tt W0*K . two »rr$ is XUYOU LITTLE EVE By Jolita I'MSETTINSEDSy ..SITTING HERE WATCH INff TV.. AND THINKING ABOUT LOVA MOORE'S WOULD BE KILLER HAS STRUCK TWICE, DARLING-/.. HE MAY BE GROWING PANICKY/ WE'LL LOOK THE SITUATION OVER AND I'LL STAX ON SHARD. BUT IT'S 9 O'CLOCK.' AREN'T YOU BEINS A LITTLE TOO CONSCIENTIOUS ABOUT YOUR FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry WERE NO TPAMP THIEF- IT WERE A MONSTBRif WENT RISHT THROUSH A, SOLID WALL/ C'MON OUT, THIEF —OR i SHOOT! THE OUTSIPE WALL.' A SHORT BURST FROM VY MOLECUlAR-SOFTENERf •THEN...BEFORE IT HARPEHS... v \ —^ \\Nl •I 1 -"'- 1 . '•'•'•!' ! KntertirtM*. I JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbins I FEAR THAT IS IMPOSSIBLE, KIKI/ YOU SEE, I NO LONSER HAVE THE CAMERA,,,THE POLICE TOOK IT/ OH, I PKOTECTEP fAY "SOURCE OF SUPPLY C',, FIFA5E, ANPROS, I CANNOT STAY HERE/ HERE 15 YOUR 50O Pf?ACHMAS,,,6IVE ME BACK THE CAMERA I SOLD" YOU,,, ANG> NOW I HEAR OF YOUR 5UPPEN 6OOP FORTUNE/ SO YOU POSSESS SRPAT WEALTH. ] EH? ANP YOU OFFER ME A PIPPLINS- SOO PKACHMAS FOR MY SILENCE/,,? V OF COURSE I SHALL TAKE IT,,, PLUS SOO MOKE \ EVERY PAY.' EITHER PAY UP,,, \ OR I REMEMBER WHAT I | FOI76OT TO TELL THE POLICE/ ) THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith OOST A. MlNOTE PEtfC * G.O.JS M.nhtw Adum Stnke, Inc SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney TO UKE? SOMETHING STURDY AND I NOT TOO V EXPENSIVE. A LITTLE NUMBER OVER HERE 4 B*n.UcClurf trnitieili Future / THERE YOU ARE. NOT MUCH / FOR LOOKS, BUT IT'S I 6OOD DEPENDABLE V TRANSF-ORTATION- 1 THOUGHT COMIC STRIPS WERE SUPPOSED TO BE GETTING MORE SOPHISTICATED THATS PRETTY AVANT- GARDE FOR THE MIDDLE A6ES- PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates GOOD! THEN 19 IT OKAY IF I TAK&THE AFTERNOON OFF f &RIU/ANT, COGS WORTH.' SHEER GBNHJSf you SAVED 3 WEEKS OF TEDIOUS CALCULATIONS II DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney OH-OH/ THE SCOURGE OP THE SUBURBS you said ft! ...but why? THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert GOOD HEAVENS/ ARE THEY GOING TO SPLIT UP«? HOW SAD....LISA AND HER BOY FRIEND ARE GOING ON THEIR LAST DATE TONIGHT WELL ANYWAY DOLLY.,»TELL OF COURSE NOT MOTHER.. THEY'RE GETTING MARRIED TOMORROW/1 HENRY By Carl Anderson GOOD SHOW, KIDCO ! TRUDY iKiinrKc.iliin^tnlidlc.ile. liu I'lb, KmriWliK ,,< uu ,| 'Cell Me Elegant Edgings Give accessories, gifts a precious look with the beauty of lacy, handmade edgings. Elegant edgings add heirloom [ouch to hankies, baby clothes, linens. Pattern 989: crochet directions, 9 edgings in No. 30 and No. 50 cotton. Thirty-five cents In coins for (his pattern — add 15 cents for encli pattern for firnt-elnsg mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, euro of Alton Telegraph, fifi, Nnedlccraft Dept., P.O. Box Kit, Old Chelsea Station, New Vork 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address and Zone. Newest rage—smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 ^eedlccraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Twice Wonderful! PRINTED PATTERN 4876 SIZES •"»' ° 10-20 ".. .All right, Ted, now let me hear YOUR side of the argument." Lif e Adventures . . . comes from a French army order, COUVRE FE I/, "puf oof /he f/rej for /he night." Then, w/ffi /he f/'res ou/, there'd be nothing to do but hit the sack. Similar to the Navy's "pipe down" CURFEW later came to mean a deadline to be Indoors, or off iho streets. ,.«^«"— j, 1J8S Wilt Oinur 1'rc.JuctloM World Ill«ht« Kenrv«l CARIBBEAN FLyiNQ GURNARD HAS *1/^*A\ 7S\mg ^ PE^TTQT?AJ— ^^'^^ >^"= x "v^sve? fZ\ V^\vlx ..WHEKB VBNTKAU F>NS SERVE AS tANWMO AHt? 'i-ess^ T<0 WAU< ABOUT.... ...WHll-B HE USES HIS TO TUKN OVER •FOR. By A. LEOKUM What Is a Nehulu? Win the Britannica Junior 15- volume encyclopedia for school and home. Send your questions, name, age, address to "Tell Me Why!" care of this paper. In cas of duplicate questions, the autho will decide the winner. Today' winner is: Cecile Lewis, 12, Decatur, Ala bama. The word nebula (plural nebulae) in Latin means "mist 1 or "cloud." The name nebula wa given long ago to certain object: in the heavens which lookde nan; or cloudlike when they were seen with the first small telescopes Today, of course, we know muc more about the nebulae and have been able to classify them into various types — hut we still don 1 really know too much about them There are two main classes o nebulae — "Galactic" and "ex tra-galactic." This simply means nebulae found in our own Galaxy (of which our solar system is a part), and nebulae found outside the Milky Way, or our own Ga laxy. In our galaxy there are less than 2,000 nebulae, and they seem to be made of dust and gas. But even here, there are severa kinds. The "planetary nebulae 1 are usually round or elliptical and nave a definite outline. The "diffuse bright nebulae" are irregular n shape and are probably greal .-louds of thin gases. You can ac tually see such a nebula with the laked- eye in the constellation of Orion! It looks like a small patch of light - but it would take light en years to pass from one side o the other! The "diffuse dark nebulae" appear to be, thick clouds of fine dust and gases which hide he stars behind them. Outside of pur own galaxy there are millions and millions of nebu- ae or galaxies existing in the 'astness of space. The extra- galactic nebulae have different hapes. Some are irregular, some are elliptical, but most of them ,rc spirals. The spirals, like our own galaxy. re made up of a large number f stars, big clouds of gas, and great tracts of dust. As photo graphs show, these nebulae usua ly have a nucleus in the center From this nucleus arms extend i spiral fashion. Some of these neb ulae are seen full face, with a the beautiful spiral forms show ing. Others are seen edgewise. The extragalactic nebulae, con taining countless stars, shine b> the light of their own stars. FUN TIME The Chuckle llox Billy: Mom, the teacher told us in Sunday school that we come from dust and we return to dust Mother: That's right, dear. Billy: Well, I just looked unde the couch and somebody is eithe coming or going. Youth is a time when you can be a track star during the day — but you can't go to the drug store at night without needing the family car! THE THICK BOX Tell your friend that you'll give him odds of 6 to 1 that you can come closer to guessing the date on a coin in his pocket than he :an! But he must give you two ;uesses to his one, and he goes first. The trick is to name the year previous to and succeeding he one he calls! Of course if he mppens to name the date exactly •ou'll lose — but you know how unlikely that is! Answer to yesterday's Cross M>rd Puzzle. ACROSS: 1. Cat. 3. May. 6. Or. 8. Me. 9. Without. 12. Sleeps. 13. Pintail. 15. En. 16. . 17. Ag, 19 Age. DOWN, 5. Cow. 2. Arising. 4. Amusing, 5. Yet, 7. Whets. 10. Ten. 11. OPA. 3. Pea. li Lye. Win the Britannica World Atas or Yearbook of Events. Send our riddles, jokes to: Riddles, Choose the high or scooped neckline for a most popular sheath—its clean-cut lines wear best on a simmering summer day. For linen, cotton. Printed Pattern 4876: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes 3'/ B yards 35-inch fabric. I''illy cents in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17IH St., New York 11, N. Y. 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. The world is full of bus- ness women if you include those who mind someone else's. OVERCOMES HANDICAP COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - At he age of 5, Mike Motley lost is left leg when he was caught eneath a cement truck. Today, t the age of 12, he's No. 2 catch- r for MIfflin Junior High School's asebull team. Coaches suy young Motley does vorything in the way of playing, onditioning and practice that the Uier players do. okes, "Tell Me Why!" Today's /inner is: Eddie Shelenko, 15, Edmonton, Iberta

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