Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1963 · Page 35
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 35

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 20, 1963
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PAGE THIRTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THtmSt>A¥, JUNE 20,1963 DAVID CRANE By Oreig Flessel SO, MOTHER-HIS S PAW, LnfDUMUSTGQD&WU / TO •WUC t DOWE~/NDfT MOULD SCCMVBJr ^SHMNGB * o ocw fWE TO we Atf GR&T W THB 04Nc«*ausr srr cponmy WITH YOURJ4TMtt/IND KERRY DRAKE Bv Alfred Amlriola I JUST PHONEP THE MANASBR..TD LEARN IF ANYONE RKALLEP SELLING YOU A TICKET.'.. HE TOLD ME HIS PROJECTOR BROKE DOWN AT 9:05 TONIGHT.. AND mere mstto SECOND SHOW/ AMP >CO CAN TELL US, OF COJPSE, WHAT THE PICTURE WAS ALL ABOUT? WAS WeETCHEPLV CONE .. AND I DOTED OCCASIONALLY .. BUT THE PLOT, SUCH AS IT WAS, CONCEI?NED A SEA CAPTAIN WHO ~ SUWSI WENT TO THE MOVIE/.. ONE SETS TWBP OF 3QUINTIN6 AT THE LITTLE TV SCREEN, S6T. FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry 0\N WE REPAIR XXIR TIME-HOPPER, EGON WHEN THOSE ARE TOWING IT AWAY? YOUR /WENTAL-ADVANCER HAS GIVEN U6 HUMAN- . UKE INTEUIGENCE— BUT WHAT GOOD IS IT NOW? I'LL RXUDW-.ANP LET YOU KNOW WHH?E THEY'RE TAKIN© THE TIME- HOPPER.' WE MAY RX IT YET.' BIG BEN BOLT By John Gotten Mtttphy WELL , VBU MI6HT «AY W6KE ID6A WHO ^ W4*<4 SORT OFOU3 DOWW UVesPOWIfrMT SIDE RQ4P ? 'BOUT 2,000 M6M»ERS. PWrWT . KIND OF ) ONE,MllTgft. TO cu«? /eeriNVio *w*_ji^CDMMrfA fTATB CURB f NdUflH. THAT MIWERf LITTLE EVE By Jolita RIVETS By George Sixta JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Bobbins ANPNOWmSlOAPEP WITH BULLETS. NOT JUST TO INSURE THIS ONE NEVER RI6ES TO BEPEVIL ME AGAIN, I SHALL MAKE SURE HE IS PEAP BEFORE I7D5SHIMOVERPOAKP VWTH A WEIGHT TIEP TO ARRIVING AT THE reSEKTEP' WATERFRONT. ANPROS PKAG5 JOHNNY INTO A SMALL BOKT. FOR KIM'S BENEFIT THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith IT *V«CeaseMntf««/fan jjCTe^ he.— SIR BAGBi 7 By R. and B. Hackney r WELL, 29, ¥ I WAS IN N WHAT'S THE EXERCISE YARD LAST , WEEK- YOU /MEAN 713419/ „ PON'T YOU ? DIDN'T YOU. HEAR 9 SHE GOT MARRIED. DONT MIND 2,9- NICE FELLOW AND ALL, BUT AN AWFUL NUMBER DROPPER PROFESSOR PHUMBLE (CHUCKLE/) KIDS ARE A DELIGHT- SUCH SIMPLE UNINFORMED MIND9 I I'M WLLIN' TH'GERMS >ou SAID WERE ONTH' FLOOR/ WHAT AREVDU DOING, THORNTON By Bill Yates ..BUT NEVER UNDEREST/MATE A KID WITH A HAMMER./ r— 6-20 YOU CANV GO WITH US? DADDVfe TAKING ME TO THE BALL GAME... HE'S GQING TO TRY TO GETME A.FOULBALL...A ffEAL , 16 LEAGUE BASEBALL VIPPEf!! DAD, RIVETS BROUGHT ME THE BASEBALL.YOU PROMISED.../ THE BERRYS ARE YOU KIDDING S OVERLOOK THAT HES DARK AND THE FACT NOT TALL, HANDSOME PETER/ HAVE YOU HEARD? AND REGINALD ENGAGED/, , By Carl Gnibert HES ANY GlftLfe TYPE-..FINAMCIALL.Y/ HENEY By Carl Anderson TRUDY DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney ANDNOW A WORD FRQM OU(? SPONSOR.'' you wid ft! ' ku» whw? e King F«»tttm SjBdic.1% lit, 1963. World rijhU 'Cell Me Easy*Knit Success New! A smart jerkin for year 'round wear—a tailored buckle cinches the waist. Easy-knit jerkin — casually right, cozy with skirts or slacks. Cables add texture interest. Pattern 741: directions, sizes 32-34; 36-38 included. Thirty-five «i«nts in coin* tor' this pattern — add 15 cents (or each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, earn of Alton Telegraph, 66, Necdlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name Address and Zone. Newest rage—smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Meedlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, " quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Quick-Change Duo PRINTED PATTERN "You should have been in bed three commercials ago!" filuf£ftfefi* True Life Adventures GROWING PAINS . but why , UON 3 SO1,0 HUNT..- TEETOTALeR" In iho sense of a abstainer from liquor," this word first appeared in print In England, about 1830. TEA undoubtedly played an important part In temperance meetings, and TOTAL postibly came from the act of pledging total abstinence. ...JJSAVES HIM WITH A *TH8 FAMlLVi3 KJU./ By A. LEOKTJM What Is the Bill of Rights? 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 case of duplicate questions, the author will decide the winner. Today's winner is: Joe Lomonaco, 11, Schenectady, N.Y. The supreme law of the United States is written out in the Constitution. It is the one set of lav.'g that everyone — no matter what city or state he lives in — must obey. When the Constitutional Convention met in 1787 to draw up the Constitution, most of the delegates took for granted that there were various rights people had that didn't have to be written into the Constitution. But Virginia and many other states felt that it would be wiser to protect those individual rights by having them written down, and so they insisted that a Bill of Rights be added to the Constitution. As a result of their demands, ten amendments were added to the Constitution, and these first ten amendments are known as the Bill of Rights, The ten amendments guarantee these rights (using different language and leaving out some details): 1. People have the right to say arid write what they wish, to meet together peaceably and the right to complain to the government Congress cannot set up an official religion or keep people from' worshiping as they wish. • 2. The states have the right to arm and drill their own citizens n a state militia. 3. In peacetime, people cannot be forced to ;ake soldiers into their homes. 4. An official cannot search a person or his home or seize his property without a warrant. A warrant (a paper signed by a judge) :un he issued only if it Is neces- ;ary to catch a criminal or prevent a crime. 5. No person can be put on trial unless a grand jury has decided here is enough evidence tor a rial. No person can be tried twice for the same crime. No perso can be forced to give testimon against himself. No person ca be executed, imprisoned, or fin ed except after a fair trial. Pr vate property cannot be seize for public use unless the owne is paid a fair price. 6. A person accused of a crim must be tried quickly, the trii must be public, he has a right t have a jury hear his case he must be told of what he is ac cused. 7. In a lawsuit for mor than $20, a person can demand jury trial. 8. An accused persoi has the right to put up bail. 9. Th rights listed here are not the on ly rights that people have. 10. Th powers not given to the federal government or forbidden to th states, belong to the states or thi people. FUN TIME The Chuckle Box Mother Owl: I'm worried abou Junior. Father Owl: Why? Mother Owl: He doesn't give a hoot about anything. Tim: Do you think you could draw a straight line with a ruler? Joe: Naturally. Tim: That's funny. I would use pencil. THE 1MJ//LK BOX OP5T There's no such thing as an Qpst." But can you make five words using these letters, each word containing all the letters? See tomorrow's paper tor the answer. Answer to yesterday's Cross Word Puzzle. ACROSS. 1. Hidden Ore 7. Lo 8. Too 6. Nine 12. Va. 14. Issues DOWN. 1. Hot 2, Iron 3. Denims 4. El S, Not 10, Quick-change artists! Button skirt on or off for golf, tennis, patio lounging. Sec how one- piece playsuit makes you look- sleeker, slimmer. Printed Pattern 4799: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 playsuit 2% yards 35-inch; skirt z yards. Fifty cunts In coins tor this pattern _ add 16 cents lor «»c!i pattern fur first-class mailing and Hpecial handling. Send to Anno Adams, care of the Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 213 W. 17th St., Now York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, Address, Sl/o and Stylo Number. Just out! 304 design ideas ?lus coupon for free pattern— iny one you choose in new Spring Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 60 cents now. GI Benders HONOLULU W - GIs check out nearly 30 million books a ye*r from special service libraries, according to Army statistics. At Schofield Barracks in Hawaii, Miss Cecily Woodward, post ibrariun, cume up with these acts about soldiers' reading habts: — Senior officers read more fiu- ion than do enlisted men, JunieK Jones' novel, "From iere To Eternity," which IB about fe at Sohofield Barracks, is the chofield soldiers' favorite novel. — Since 25th Infantry Division Units moved into Thailand last ear, books on guerilla warfare nd Southeast Asia have been in ig demand. !ve 11. Mi 13. As Win the Britannica World Atlse r Yearbook of Events, Send our riddles, jokes to: Riddles, okes, "Tell Me Why!" Today's /inner is: oseph McNair, 14, Washington,

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