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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 12, 1963
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PAGE THIRTY-FOUR ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1963 DAVID CRANE By Creig Flessel WE'LL MVt A BANG* JUST FOR YOU, CWRLINQ /(NO TRCY »VIU. 86 YDUR ESCORT. YH^/WD nwns >ww MOPRIES H6 COMES f BOM ,4 VERY FINE FAMILY KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola I CAN'T WAIT ANY LONGER.' I'VE GOT TO RND OUT WHAT'S KEEPIN6 THE OLD SIRL UP/ PROBABLY A BRANCH STRIKING THE HOUSE, SUZETTE.' THERE'S I'LL JUST HAVE TO TAKE A CHANCE ON WAKINS HER < WITH THIS SLASS-OJTTER' OUTS1PE, PIRTH/ A GOOD DEAL OF WIND TONI6HT' BIG BEN BOLT By John Culfen Mnrphy GAUSHT THIEF/1BEEN SU6P»CbNIN'M3U POR AlONTWf ANP NOW I COT THE PROOF/ PONB, / men FROM MY HENNERYJ si«? LITTLE EVE By Jolita FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry OKAY SO FAR/ KEEP AN EYE PEELEP FOR THE ALIEN, HE MAX WANT TO RECLAIM HIS WE'LL SOON see. ZARKOV. INVESTIGATE MA'AM CAREFUL WITH THOSE INSTRUMENTS, RASH/ WE CON'T KNOW HOW THESE ALIEN CIRCUITS WILL REACT' RIGHT; SOB?/ MY HUSBAND, EGON... MISSING- SINGE SUNPAY.' I'M AFRAID SOV\ETHIN<5 AWFUL'S HAPPENED' RIVETS By George Sixta JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbins THAT SHOT CAME FROM INSIPE THE IN A BLUR. A SMALL FIGURE STREAKS PAST JOHNNY,,, {JUT THE EW IS TOO PANICKED TO HEAR, TOOK A LOT THE KIP THAT BETTER CHECK IN5/PE THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith OFP fe-tg SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney TAKE rr POR YOAFS-CHURL A SRN AROUND I ojgo HORSES THE BLOCK- /L. SINCE /^ PULL OVER, MAC.' VOU'RE DK1V1N' ON TH' WRONG \SIDE Cf THE ROAD- MK I WAS V WELL, TH'RIGHT ON THE [ SIDE IS TH' WRONG RIGHT I SIDE tAUSE TH' SIDE- J LEFT SIDE IS THE RIGHT SIDE-THAT 15... THE? LEFr-THE-UH-R/GHT- I DONT THINK HE KNOWS WHAT HE'S TALKIN6 ABOUT. THE IGNORANCE OF THE LAW IS NO . .EXCUSE f HMM-- RIGHT , NUMBER, WRONG STREGT... /Ti? /-^t /^^\ ewe OKse -^r>^/^>j Knitted Afghan ii^li^S THE BERRYS It) LIKE TO USE IT' IN A MINUTE.' I HAVE JUST ONE MORE CALL TO MAKE.' HEY, JILL/ HOW ABOUT GETTING OFF THE PHONE DO YOU KNOW THE DEFINITION OF A GOSSIP?, Newest in knitted afghans! Use knitting worsted for these inch purl strips, with knob- stitch design. Combine groups of 3 shades iof a color or knit each strip in a different color. Pattern 601: directions: color schemes. Thirty-live cents In coins for tills pattern — add in cents for (Mich pntlcrn For first-class niall- iiiK and special handling. Send In I^ilira Wheeler, cure of Alton Telegraph, (!(i, Noedleeruft Dept., .(). Box Mil, Old Chelsea Station, New York II, N. Y. Print plainly I'altcrn Nuniher, Name, Address and /one. Newest rage—smocked accessories plus MS exciting needle- By Carl Grilbert craft designs in our new 1963 Ncedlecrafl Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew. weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. . A PERSON WHO CAN'T LEAVE BAD ENOUGH ALONE/! 3 HENRY By Carl Anderson ( RUN DOWN TO ^ * THE STORE AMD BUV SOME SYRUP POR THE RANCAKES, HENRY ' SORRY, HENRY- I'M ALL OUT OF SYRUP ! SALE! PANCAKE MAKE-UP TRUDY PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates BO// THAT'S THE THING THAT WEARS UH-OH! HERE HE COMES AGAIN! k TRy/N<3TD LOOK BUSY WHEN YOU DON'T HAVE ANYTHINS DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney you said it J ... but why? WASN'T THAT') /VEF* BUT\ THE ABSENT-/ (HE SECMS MINPED VA WIPE AWAKE TODAV/ ALAAOST FOf?<3Crr...<S\V£. ME ATgANSr=gr? TO 6-IZ 5 Kin, FttUirt. Syndlci^ fa,, laa. World HrtU rt«md 'Cell Me Two-Way Wonder PRINTED PATTERN By A. LEOKUiM What Was the First Musicial Instrument? Win the Britannica Junior 15- volume encyclopedia for school and home. Send your questions, jof the animal horns. From this it was a natural step to make the whole instrument of metal. The next great step in the do velopment of musical instruments was the use of reeds. These gave name, age, address to "Tell Me tones that were more natural and "Look at it this way, folks. By upping my allowance you increase my purchasing power, thereby helping to stimulate the economy, and, as a result, you yourselves benefit." True Life Adventures "PARAPHIRNALIA" Roman law decreed lhat a married woman's property, other than her dowry, remain under her control. Such property was called "parapherna" from the Latin for "beside dowry." English law referred to her PARAPHERNALIA, which came to mean any mis- ce//aneoys collection. FIRE W.KDi.fJffid.Kti.. SWEEPS THE T^^A^IE.THE ONl-V world RKI.U Hewrtd REFUSE; FO>5 MOST dkBACTUKES is THE QU? WATER HOL-E. MEWS IT MAV BE HOT ANT7 SMOKV, BUT SAFE. ©AKIOEK AKIOEK MAVCES 6TKAr4<3E FOOU MATES Why!" care of this paper. In case of duplicate questions, the author will decide the winner. Today's winner is: Richard Laurence, 14, Redondo Beach, California. When something has originated before written history, we cannot really know how, when or where it began. This is the case with musical instruments. They go so far back that no one knows for certain what the first instruments were. Probably one of the very first was the rattle. They may have been used to stress dancing rhy thms. They were hung on the ankles, knees, waist, or neck ol the dancers. Stone Age man cut notches in a bone and made a rasping sound by rubbing the bone against a rough surface. He made another sound by fastening a thin piece of bone or board to a strip of leather and whirling it through the air over his head. The drum was certainly one of, the first instruments made by man to produce sounds. At first it may have been used only to call he members of a tribe together for warfare. Later on, it became part of the magic music that primitive peoples used to .:harm away the evil spirits. And eventually the drum became an accompaniment to the savage dances. Early drums were made of such things as tree trunks, or clay. The flute was also one of man's earliest instruments. Flutes were of finer quality. The last type of instrument to be invented was the strings. These were used in the simple lyre and harp. Both the lyre and the harp are very ancient, and the Egyptians and the Phoenicians were quite familiar with them. Did you know that one of the few primitive instruments still used is the Scottish bagpipes? It was used at least one thousand years ago! nade of bone with finger holes. Jut the sounds probably were not made for the purpose of giving 'leasure. They served what early man thought were useful purpos- s — such as driving away evil pints. The early wind instruments in- ented by man were made from ic horns of animals, or of conch bhells. Early in the Bronze Age, nen used metal to bind the ends The Riddle Box 1. Why is it dangerous to tell secrets on a farm? 2. Why is tennis such a noisy game? 3. 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He advised young couples: "A budget can bring joy to couples who know the satisfaction of planning and waiting for the things they want." Arulib Talk Unity CAIRO - - Talks are reported going on around the clock in Egypt with loaders of all Arab nations arguing the unity issue.

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