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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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, JtTLY 1, 196,1 ALTON EVENING TELEGftAPH PAGE DAVID OltANte Cfclg Hcssel / BATHER,,. I'VE GOt TO t3O SOMETHING QUK5K> OR 111 COMMIT MURD KERRY DUAKt] JOHNHY/ THAT CAR DROVE FV\ST SLOWLV., AND NOW rr'0 BACKING UP/ IT MAY BE A MUGfiER, HONEY/ LET ME DO THE TALKINS' DRAKE'S VOUN6 ASSISTANT, JOHNNY COLT HAS TALK OUT A LITTLE MIS UNDERSTANDING WITH HI6 &KL FRIEND, PERT aoUT6R.WHEN... By Alfred Aiutrlola THIS MOMENT, MILES AWAY, WE LISTEN , /N Off A VERY CURIOUS PHONE CALL'... ARE SURE THE/ CANNOT TRACE TH FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry THE INSTRUMENTS ALL SEEM IN RUNNIN& ORDER.' MAYBE NOW WE CAN FISUREOUT WHAT THEY DO! / THE ALIEN SOT (N HERE LAST NIOHT, ZARKOV- AND STARTED TO RESTORE HIS 6HIP/ ' STILL NO CLUE 70 THE MEANS OF PROPULSION/ OR HOW THE CABIN IS PRESSURIZED/ I'M BEGINNING TO DOUBT, FLASH-THAT mis THI^G DID COME FROM OUTER SPACE AT ALL.' WE WAY FIND OUT WHEN THE OWNER SHOWS UP AGAIN -TONIGHT.' JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Kobbins W-VVAIT, GRECO,,, I-I MUST THINK,.. ' I CONOT'PESIRE/HQNEy,,, ONLY YOU, MINNAS UNLESS YOU AGREE TO AiAKRy WITH ME, I WITHPffAW AS /WPLES-MAN ANP .YOU I7CAL WITH KIPNAPPERS FOR KIKT5 LIFE.' W-WHAT IF THIS IS A TRICK ON YOUR PART.' IF I PO AS YOU WANT, HOW PO I KNOW MY BOX WILL BE RETURNED SAFELY,,,? TO PROVE 6009 FAITH I PERSONALLY APVANCE PANSOM MONEV FROM MY OWN SAFE/ COME TO wf CAFE' ANP SEE FOR YOURSELF WHAT I SHALL. PO_' IT WORKEP,,, SHE WILL BE HERE va?y SOON.' JUST THINK, AWTE,„ I I A1ARRX NOT ONLY MINNA, 5UT TOE BRAT'S MILLIONS'AS THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith T/"- II* Cwfte Mmbfw A&ml Sttritl. Ice. *-/ fttG BfcN BOLT fiy Johti Culleti Muf jihy wrmeucrMst y\ _i Mie>t£tf9 V^ 8 P'N1 VOU WON'T STOP/ A HT UDOBE Lk HAvgit) §10?SOU, MVlHlRt LITTLE EVE By Joliia ¥&> 7-1 801 RIVETS By George Sixta I'LL BE GLAD WHEN HE LEARKIS TO WALK ON TWO FEET-- WE'LL MAKE A LOT BETTER TIME... THE BEREYS By Carl Grubert *</»*, ( WHO HAS SOME CHANGE? I NEED 7 CENTS FOR A NEWSPAPER ,'i JACKIE, DADO/ NEEDS 1 CENTS..,.DO YOU ANY CHANGE? EDS -V HAVEji •''NOPE \. cj/ ?J tr.*.' «m*- I'D GIVE YOU AM I.O.U., •* JIMMIE,,,,BL1T YOU CANY —7 READ ANYWAY/ Two ways she can wear this style! So coo land cute—a play dress; a party dress with addition of the collar. In the fall she can wear It over a blouse. Pattern 801: stees 2, 4, G, 8 included. Pattern, transfer, directions. i Thlrty-flvn cents In coins for i this pattern — add 15 cents for | cadi pattern for first-cliiss mall| Ing and special handling Send to Laura Wln-clcr, care of Alton Telegraph, fiG, Needlecraft Dcpl-i P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Address. Newest rage—smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Light, Not Tight PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney LETS START ""\ THEY AT THE BEGINNING. ) SAY I WHY ARE yOU ^^S- STOLE IN JAIL? A AHORSE- ITS AN OUTKASEY THEY HAVE NO RIGHT TO KEEP /ME HERE r WELL, AFTER J BUTT'fA ALL.THATS / INNOCENT/ A SERIOUS f I TOLD THEM CHAR6E- / I DIDNTDO fTf J VES, BUT WHY / SHOULD THEY I TAKE THE WORD OFA/VMNWHO \HAS BEENIN PRISON? ' I HAPNT THOUGHT OF IT PROFESSOR PHDMBLE By Bill Yates X DON'T CARE ^ HOW LATE IT(S! I'VE GOT TO WORK OUT THIS SPACE LAUNCH TO THE LAST DETAIL.' I'M SURPRISED AT YOU/ PHINBAS,., ( PONY you KNOW TRIPS ARE I MORE FUN IF YOU DON'T PLAN V .THEM TOO CAREFULLY?/. DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney THISTHKSHAP& PIPK BINS 7 ! ... AND BOSS OP THE «JOE I MAPE A SLIGHT V ERROR/ you said ft! ' ...but why? "FLASH IN THE PAN" ... o quick and dazzling failure. In early flintlock weapons, a shallow pan held a thin trail of powder running frpm the flint la the charge. Dampness or rough hand/ing would sometime; break 'his trail, and you'd have a flash of light bat no greaf tang. 7-1 TRUDY "... Well, I tliink your bill is a bit high—all you did was repair a LITTLE dent in the fender!"" By A. LliOKUM Arc There Any Glaciers Today? Win the Britannica Junior 15- volunie 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: Marcia London, 12, Beverly Hills, CaliL fe True Life Adventures FUGHT THEV' ARE 'uNMlNTTFUil' ^ WHAtf* IS AKQUMT7 THEM. HW~ © l?«3 . £S^ Alx)Ut 1,000,000 years ago t h c world was living through what daciers today, on no smaller glac- al Period. Great continental glaciers came down from the north and covered parts of North America, northern Europe, and western Siberia. This great mass of ice remained for thousands and thousands of years, melted, came back, melted, came back again, and finally disappeared a few thousand years ago. But this doesn't mean that there are no great continental duelers today, orno smaller glac- irs cither. Greenland is still covered with a continental glacier except for a narrow fringe around its edge. Antarctica is also covered by a vast continental glacier which is 10,000 to 12,000 feet high in places! But most of the glaciers in the world today are smaller ones, called valley glaciers, and they creep downward like great rivers of ice from the snowy mountains above in many different countries. For example, there are more than 1,200 such gladers in t h e Alps of Europe, The longest of these, Great Alctseh, is 16 miles long and 2 miles wide. Glaciers are ulso found in the Pyrenees, Carpathian, and Causa- sus mountains of Europe. There are huge and magnificent glaciers in the Himalayas and Pamirs of Southern Asiu. And the high m o u n t a i n s of southern Alas* ka have tens of thousands of gla ciers, some from 25 to 50 miles long. Even in tropical Africa and South America, gladers occur at heights where it is cold enough for snow to last from one winter to the next. A valley glacier is born in high mountain area shaped like a great amphitheatre. Snow is blown in or comes down in avalanches. This snow doesn't melt during the summer but gets deeper year by year. Eventually, because of the increasing pressure and some melting and refreezing, the lower part of the mass has the air forced out of it and it changes to solid ice. When this mass of ice begins to creep slowly down the valley we have a common form of the valley glacier. 4701 SIZES 10-18 KUN TIME The Chuckle Box Usher: How far down do you wish to sit? Little Old Lady: All the way, I'm very tired. Jim Have you heard about my new job at the watch factory? Sue: No, what do you do: Jim: Stand around and make faces! THE SCIENCE BOX You know that air pushes against a flat surface. Here's a way to prove it. Crumple' up a piece of paper into a ball. Leave another piece of paper flat. Stand on a chair, hold one piece in each hand, and drop them at the same time. You'll see how one reaches the ground before I h e other. Win the Briteimica World Alliis or Yearbook of Events. Send your riddles, jokes to: Riddles, Jokes, "Tell Me Why!" Today's winner Is: James Lambert, 12, Mussena, N. Y. CANBERRA — More Australian land will be Irrigated for coltun production. Light, not tight, to fashion's shape story. Just 2 main parts •whip up this fresh style swiftly with a high, round or V neckline. Printed Pattern 4701: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 requires 2% yards 35-inch fabric. Fifly Cents in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special Imiulling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, J'nttern Dept,, 2-ltt W. J7th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size and Style Number. Just out! 30-1 design ideas plus coupon for free pattern— any one you choose in new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50c now. DOGGONE! GRIFFIN. Ga. (AP) — A push-button spray produced, 'by a local firm in stopping ferocjou.s dogs in their tracks, with nor lingering ill effects. The product is composed, of olu- oresin capsicum, the mot active ingredient of cayenne pepper, in a base of light mineral oil, It is squirted in a stream that reacjpi 15 feet and creates a. tempor|ry burning sensation In the eyge, nostrils or mouth. '?',"'•• Discovered by two pi'ofessprs at the University of Goorglflpi'j."'h o repellent has bwn i ecumoXencleil for anyone coming in contact wilh vicious dogs — postmen included. MOKE m I''OU UOKN I1ACKKUS NEW YORK IAP) - Stugo success won a sermon bonus (9? orl* ginul investors in (ho coniefjy "Come Blow Your'llurn," v"( Film rights winv sold pro Broadway tryout and Ih tract Included un escalator under which Die puivlmsp ' would, scale upward from '' ?T8iOOO minimum, depending on the length of Die New York stay, Tlio ensuing run of more limn u yeurj earned the maximum Jee stiptu toted n Uie Want Adr "CWCK5

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