PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 8,1963 Beauty DAVID CRANE By Oreig Flessel i ^w« i«fekL»wi ii r ' i • 1OU/M.VWVS EMBARRASS US 5 7HATF/INTM34AZZ WORST/ J COULDN'T HELP HONESTLY. KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andrioia BIG BEN BOLT By John Gotten Murphy T AIN'T WORTH IT. TWO BITS WAS TH6 you KNOW THATMCK INTOWNTHgy CHARGE /S MUCH AS TWO DOLLARS FOR/' CHANGING X\ EAL/WP TWO BITS is WHAT you owe IP WU'KE HUMWY T COULD FIX UP M6/1KR4ST PO« YOU — tOU IMS REST OP tHB,, DOLUR? LITTLE EVE By Jollta IU BE HOME AROUNP MID- ] DUT, NFAR THE ENTRANCE TO THE ESTATE, NI6HT, PEAR.'.. BE SURE TO LOCK | SAMSON POWER3 TURNS BACK THPOUSH THE WOODS.' YOUR BEDROOM POOR AMD LOVA WRUNG.'.. SAMSON/..I THOUGHT J SO IU SLIPOVER THAT MOVIE IN / TO THE VILLAGE AND OMTH THE LAST FEW REELS/ By George Sixta FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry I'LL SAY OKIE THING—YOU KEEP HIM HOPPING ALL TH5 TIME. I NEVER LOSE A BALL OUT OF BOUNDS THAT DOS REALLY SAVES ME SS I7EPORTON AN ALIEN BEAST/ me PILOT OF THAT ABANDONS? 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SAGA of SURVIVAL AUSTRA.UAM EUCAL.VPTUS J-OC*3IN<3. « uier Produetltn Worid Rljhu R«.rTMl LIT SO TENACIOUS ANt? 6O ARJ2 THB ROOTS.... ...THAT )T l*U3U)St)»H»» INTO A HRAl-THV TKUB...OM A)i.MO«>T 6OUX7 «OCK. By A. LEOKUM What Is Cancer? Win the Britannica Junior 15- volume necyclopedia for school and home. Send your questions, name, age, address to "Tell Me Why!" care of this paper. In case of duplicate questions, the author will decide the winner. Today's winner is: Sandra Keener, Elyria, Ohio. As you probably know from the appeals being made for funds to fight cancer, and from all the research that is being done on this subject—cancer is a great menace to the health and life of mankind, In this article we will only discuss cancer in general terms, so you can have an idea of what happens in a body that has cancel A cancer is a continuous growtl in the body which doesn't follow the normal growth pattern. Thi cells forming the cancer spreac through the body to parts which may be far from the spot where the cancer began. Unless it is removed or destroyed, the cancel can lead to the death of the per son. Cells in our body are growing all the time. As they wear ou and disappear, their places are taken by new cells of exactly the same kind. But cancer cells look and act differently from nor mal body cells. They look like the young cell of the part of the body where they started—but different enough to be recognized as cancer when seen through telescope. When these cancer cells divide and increase In number, they don't change into the fully grown brm and then stop reproducing. of the cancer is stopped, the pa tiont will die. That's why it'! important to have periodic exami nations to detect and treat cancer before it has spread too far. Cancers are not spread from man to man by contact. No drug has been found that cures conr pletely and is useful for all kinds of cancer. One of medicine's greatest goals is to understand fully the nature and cause of can cer, and to find a way to preveni and cure it. Instead they remain young cells ind continue to increase in num- jer until they are harmful. As the cancer cells grow, they do not remain in one spot, but separate and move in among the wrmal cells. They may become io numerous that the normal cells n this part of the body can not continue to work or even remain alive. When the cancer gets into the blood it is carried to distant parts of the body. There it may ;row to form large masses which FUN TIME The Kiddle Box 1. Why can't they hang a man with a moustache? 2. Which is the faster—heat or cold? How many peaches can you put in an empty basket? ANSWERS: 1. They have to use a rope. 2. Heat—you can catch cold. 3. One—then the basket is no longer empty. DID YOU KNOW? What do you think is the most common name in the world? John? Tom? Smith? 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The time to start cutting down on the calories is en you begin to outgrow your seat belt. GRUESOME BELIO DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - An em of equipment which hasn't een used in this century was ound recently in a dark storage the Montgomery pot beneath -ounty jail. It's a hangman's scaffold. Records show it last was used June 15, 1877, when a Union Army veteran - charged with bashing in a companion's head to get his money _ W as hanged. DUBLIN - An Indian Tea Center has been opened in the Irish capital with appropriate cere- J mony.
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