Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 19, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 19, 1963
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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1963 DAVID CRANE By Crelg FlesseJ BUT, MOTHER, EUEEM DOESMT YC/WT XDU UNDKSWND TH/ff PEOPLE VWMT TO GO TO Q4NCES«SHE'D \ WOULD T/4LK IF WE LEFT HER/4T HOME ? MUCH PREFER HER MOONING CVERSOME BOOK. AIL RIGHT.. IF WE HAVE TO, BUT FOR HAVENS DON'T LET HER OUT OF THE WHOLE DON'T MICH HER. KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola NOT SINCE ABOUT NINE O'CLOCK, S6T. PRAK6/ HE WENT TD A MOVE— IN THE VILLAGE YOUK MANAGER SAMSON TOWERS, 0EEf HOWE THIS EVENING, MISS THERE ARE CAR LI6HTS ON THE DRIVE RISHT NOW/ ..IT MUST BE SAMSON' WELL, WELL / YOU HERE AGAIN, SEf?SFANT?..WHAT HAPPENED BIG BEN BOLT By John {fallen Murphy GUESS , MISTER. MY RELATIVE LIVES JUST DOWN TH6 SIDE R04D ARK LEAVING GALESBURG 1,/,1'D LIKE T'WALK Jl*t LITTLE EVE By Jollia Crochet for Baby 696 FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry NO DOUBT ABOUT IT, RASH.'THIS SHIP'S DESIGN IS BEYDNP HUMAN TECHNOLOGY.'. TH0< IT'S PEFlNtTEty . AUEN, ZARKOV? .. AN . ADVANCED WORLD.' BUT WE'U. LEARN MOREFR&M LAB TESTS' ... OR FROM THE PIICT.' IF HE CAN BE FOUND — AMP SPOKEN TO/ THE TIME- HOPPER: MY PRIMITIVE ANCESTORS ARE CARRYING IT AVW\y.' OH, DEAR.' OH, PEAR.' JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbing VEftWW,! WILL HELP YOU TO SET AWAY FROM HERE.' THERE IS A 50AT LEAV/N& ATHENS AT CftWN, POMP FDR SOUTH AMERICA«/ THE CAPTAIN 15 MY UNTIL THEN 1 SHALL HIPE YOU IN MY CAFE"/ IT IS CLOSEP NOW, NO - -WILLSEE AN7 5ACKATTHETAWN SHOP... &., THIS SHOULP BE HEAVY ENOUSH TO R THE TRICK.' NOW TO V THE SNOOPER ,,,THE PACK STREETS LEAP/NS ID THE WATERFRONT SHOULD BE PESERTEP BY NOW/ THEN A'SHORT TRIP OUT TO SFA RIVETS By George Sixta H6V/ MAKE UPVOUR, MIND.' ITS GOTTA ONE WAV YOU1L DO YOUR WALKING AT HOME / THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith lWC.utm.ate.. Aim. Soviet, he. WELL.HO'W PO-YtDOl ' XffeDOR. «SV4VRT7 ?EAR£> A UTTUE MORE «3OAJ? SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney w TFWT5 3.9—41 IN THE NEXT Cat' W yes ASH [ HIS V N Cr- MX-'' ASHAMED MIDDLE NUMBER- PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates OPHELIA, VDU'RE THE MOST ©ORGEOUS feERM IN THE WORLD/ SIMME A KISS/ HUH? (PLEASE/ HERM... ^ '** 6-1? HONESTLY PETER/f SO I ITS TERRIBLE rpSTRETCH THE WAY YOU THE TRUTt- EXAGGERATE.'/SA LITTLE/ 6-19 HOW.' ME PRONTO, VOJ'HAVE TO FRIEND OF V BE A WILD PALEFACE./ S INDIAN/ LETS SEE..,,HOW ABOUT I LAST OF THE MOHICANS.... CHIEF RAIN-IN-THE-FACE,... • TOMMY TOMAHAWK,... SITTING BULL..-.. HOW ABOUT BIG CHIEF LONGBOW, LAST OF THE BULL TOSSERS .< HENRY By Carl Anderson YOU WILL HAVE TD STAY AFTER SCHOOL UNTIL YOU LEARM TO SPELL THE . WORD "BANAMA*, HENRY' TRUDY DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney HOW DO I ©CT TO ELM AND OAK, SON? TEN BLOCKS NORTH AND TURN! S CAN VOLJ DIRECT AAE K. .^^CrrVHALL, PLEASE?) •TURN LEPT AT THE NEXT CORNER you safd ft f ...but why? THANK GO SOUTH SIX 3UXKS DTURN 5 Kin, Fmure., Inc. liflii' World'rlltiTt. r«erved. §-. 'Cell Warm, soft, so easy to slip on baby—a gift that a new mom will receive happily. Jiffy-crochet set in popular shell-stitch—perfect gift to welcome baby. Use 3-ply baby yarn. Pattern 6f)fJ: crochet directions for jacket, cap. Thirty-five cents In coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for oncli paKcrn for first-class mulling and special handling:. Send to Knnra Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph, <!G, Ncedlccruft Dept., P. O. Box Ifll, Old Chelsea Station, Now York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Patiern Number, Name Address and Zone. Newest rage—smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 19G3 Needlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sow, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Gay Side Swing! PRINTED PATTERN 'We're having steak—charcoal broiled." ffc True Life Adventures '"TURNCOAT" ... a traitor. Legend says that a Duke of Saxony, occupying a position b»- fween Spanish and French possessions, had a reversible coat made. White on one side, for francs, and blue on the other, for Spain, ho'd wear rh» op- propriate side out depending on which army op- peared menacing of the time. «•* THOUGHT TO BB TRBU<2© OF.... 63 1M9 Walt Dinner Production! —, . World KluhU RtMmd «- -- -j«—— - MONST^T<. PUT, IN TIME, WEU--PT^ESEKVEP' REMAPS 1 ' 1? 1PROM THE FROZEN SIBERIAN TUSK7KA THEM TO BE THE REMAINS OF THE CJE-AcSE WOOU-y RHINOCEROS. By A. LEOKUM What Was the Mammoth? Win the Britannica Junior 15- volume encyclopedia for school and home. Send your questions, anme, age, address to "Te'il Me Why!" care of this paper. In case of duplicate questions, the author will decide the winner. Today's winner is: Susan Minto, 12, St. Petersburg, Fla. When we use the word "Mam moth" today, we mean somethin that is huge or colossal. Bu there actually was an animal tha lived long ago that is called th mammoth. It was a kind of elc pliant that is now extinct and tha lived in many different parts o the world during the stone age. Even though this ancient typ of elephant is called the mam moth, it was about the same siz as the Indian elephant that exist today. It had a kind of pointe* skull and very unusual tusks These tusks curved in a spira with the tips pointing to each other. What made this elephant uniqu- and quite different from the ele phants we know today is that i was covered with long hair. In fact, the hair was so long tha it almost reached the ground. The body was shaped into a grea hump at the back of the neck, anc the ears weVe small. The whole body of this creature was covered with an undercoat of yellowish-brown wooly hair, and thelong, black thicker hairs came out thrugh this undercoat. The hair also grew on the ears. It seems that the first thing you'd probably say if you saw a .nam- moth today would be: get a haircut! Obviously an animal with so much hair on it would be more comfortable in a cold climate. And the mammoth is the only kind of elephant ever to exist that felt at home In a cold or arctic climate. So it lived in Siberia quite comfortably, and probably survived there until a fairly recent period. In other parts of the world, uch us France and England, it urvived only as long as the gla- cial period, or ice age, lasted. I fact, when things warmed up ir England between glacial periods the mammoth moved up north following the retreating ice. There were also mammoths ir North America during that age and some of these reached height of 14 feet. Mammoths, because of their great weight, of ten sank into ice cold mud which later became frozen. That's whj frozen mammoths are still sometimes found in places like Siberia in a good state of preservation! FUN TIME The Chuckle Box Mother, sending small boy to party: And don't forget when the party is over, go up to Lucy's mama and apologize. Sue: I could have married anyone I pleased. Mary: Why aren't you married? Sue: I never pleased anyone. Win a Britannica Junior foi Writing About "My Favorite Piece ol Music" I CONCERT TONIGHT fotoisr (i;u. »MA^v ORCH£S[(?A What sirigle piece of music — 'lassieal or popular — is your avorite? Why? Write a short let- er about it and you may win a 5-volume set of Britannica Junior encyclopaedia. Import: ' entries must be addressed "Music," Tell rte Why, and give your name, ge, and address. Win the Britannica World Atlas • Yearbook of Events. Send your iddles, jokes to: Riddles Jokes, Tell Me Why!" Today's winner : Jeffrey, Hooker, Newville, Pa. ' ' i jL—\\i tfc 'h-AlH+jfa fe^tttf It's easy to sew, easy to see why this side-pleat sun-dress is such a hit! Sew it in a day with the pert blouse that turns it into a jumper. Printed Pattern 4908: Children's sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 sundress 1% yards 39-inch; blouse % yard 35-inch. Fifty cents In coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anno Adams, care of the Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept, 2<18 W. 17th St., New Xork 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size and Stylo Number. Just out! 304 design ideas )lus coupon for free pattern— my one you choose in new Spring Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. More than one-third of all the oifee imported into the United comes from Brazil. LIVE ON CANDY ' CHICAGO US)— An armed forces nutritionist says candy is a good imergency foot for a survival kit. It won't be a professional, per- ectly balanced survival ration such as the government has pre- ared for the armed forces, said H. B. Cosier, chief of the Cereal nd General Products Branch, \rmed Forces and Contained In- titute. Cosier said the "Food Packet, •bandon Ship," which is In Navy fe boats, is composed entirely f confections. It iricludes starch jelly bars Mch are similar to gum drops, impressed mint hard candies nd sugar coated gum. Cosier advises those using con- 'ctions for an emergency sur- val kit to hide them lest they end to eat the candy before the survival situation might arise. MANILA—Insiders say there Is no hope of Die British ever recognizing the Filipino claim to the North Borneo Jands. DJAKARTA--President Sukar- no is said to be concerned about the possibility ol a revolt amoiig the tribes of Borneo. f v

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