Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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ALTON EVENING l»ELEGftAi>tt MONDAY, JULY s, 1963 BAVffi (JftANE By flesset , rrs A HURT rye KB*t Deep IN M/ HMftT.,. MOTION flieeN'S aw r GO6CU JT BUT EULE6N BEEN/V PCO6LEM TO US SINCE THE tW SHE WAS 6ORN. KERRY DRAKE WE t>ON'T HAVE TIME.' ..THIS THIN6 IS WORKEP OUT RISHT DOWN TO THE MINUTE/ MAYBE I SHOULD HAVE FLASSEP THAT CAR AND A5KEP FORA LIPT...THE PHONE BOOTH IS FARTHER AWAY THAN ± REMEM- BEREP IT.' THERE WAS A GIRL IN THAT PARKED CONVERTIBLE/ ...I STILL SAY WEOUSHTA TAKE CARE OF HER ANP THE SUY... FIRST/ As JOHNNY LOOKS FOR A PU0UC PHONE BOOTH TO CALL A SARASE... By Alfred AnclHola ANP ACROSS TOWN, SOMEONE WAITS NEAR. ANOTHER PHONE,.. FORA CALL THAT WILL. PEEPLY INVOLVE JOHNNY ANP S6T. PRAKE/ FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry WE MEAN TO BEVOUR FRIENDS, TOO.. OH.MISERX UPON MISER// I AM CAPTURE? BX THE BARBARIANS/ANP MY ANIMAL FRIENPS ARE PRIYEN OFF 8V GUNFIRE/ £GOfJ, 2AKKOV AS 2OSt-CENTURY BA/fBARIANS — ANP DISTRUSTS THe/R Off£f? TO H£iP HIM... ...TO HELP TOO REPAIR YOUR VEHICLE, SO YOU /V\AY RETURN HOME/ A TRICK/ WHAT V ( PO THEY WANT 5 "v-< OF- ME? >—/ BUT WE NEEP YOUR ) TOEY WANT THE HELP FIRST/ WHAT/5 S. SECRET OF THE. THIS VEHICLE? WHERE ) TIME-HOPPER- PO YOU COME FROM? /AND TH£H THEV'U.' JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbing BUT I AM NOT KIPNAPPEP ,,,JUST HIPIN& FROM POLICE, BECAUSE — BECAUSE I KILLED ANPROS THE PAWNBROKER.' I CAN BARELY 5TANP THE SI6HT OF YOU, (5RECO,,, BUT I-I WILL MARRY YOU.' IF,,, YOU 5AVE KIKI FROM THE KIPNAPPER5,,, B(JT GRECO'S CALL TO THE "WPNAPPER5" SOES ONLY AS'FAR AS THE HALLWAY OUTSIPE !, BOSS,,, MACE HERE/ CHECK,* I' DELIVER THE BOX TO HIS HOME WITHIN THE HOUR/ #!#/ THEN YOU COLLECT YOUR PRIZED THE FAT ONE USE* MY TROUBLE TO WIN MAMMA MINNA? NeYEK THIS MUST NOT BE*, I SO.AWAy .NEVER PE FOUNP BY ANYONE.' THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney DO YOU SWEAR TO TELL THE TRUTH,THE WHOLE- OBJECTION ! VOL) HAVEN'T ESTABLISHED THE HONESTY OF THE WITNESS/ /WE CANT "\ WE CANT / ESTABLISH HIS / BEUEVE HONESTY ^/ HI5 OATH 4. UNTIL HE "\ UNTIL HE \ TAKES THE ) ESTABLISHES \ „.„, / HIS" HONESTY' COUNSELLOR, WOULD YOU MIND STEPPING INTO MY CHAMBERS f, NOT AT ALL, YOUR HONOR. PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates OKAY/ COGSWORTH, you HAVE ALL THE SCIENTIFIC DATA FOR OUR NEW PROGRAM. USING TH& VOLUMINOUS FIGURES AT YOUR DISPOSAL, CHOOSE FOR US THE PERFECT LASSTRONAUT/ I SAID VOLUMINOUS —NOT VOLUPTUOUS' DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney ' WE'LL. 6AWONE DOWN?V COUMT THE RINGS AND... BET THESE TREES") W ARE OVER TWO •—^— L — HLJNDREP yEARS OLP/ OH-OH.' LOOK; THEV AREN'T EVEN I CAN'T STAND TO SEE VOU SUFFER you said ft! ' ...but why? "COLD DECK" This phrase, meaning to be gypped, goes back fo Go/of Rush days. In draw poker, the deck of cards in use is thoughf of as being warm; while a similar deck, stacked beforehand and watting to be switched Is thought of as w/d, RIO By Jahii (Mltm B6N tA¥i HE WASNt SON 't' SQUEAL t BCW 0«Lt J* tUfflMeWW THB ' 3UBf6 StttSN HWf 1 *MT SfWN ' WltH SWN vw?aw« ! YOU, SIR" BUT f MY CONSIPBRE0 OPINION THAT,,, By George Sixta THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert PETER, DO VDU KNOW A CURE FOR THE HICCUPS ? I DOtslt HAVE THE HICCUPS/ tJIMMIE HAS THEM / r DID THAT FIRE CRACKER SCARE THEM OUT OF YOU? FIX YOU UP IN A MINUTE.' Mo-hum—sleepy boy! Just the right doll for a sleepy child. He's n sock doll and has a sister In this pattern. And she's wide mvako! One, pair dcllghls diild. Pal- lern 80(5: directions; pattern dolls, pajamas, nightgown. Tlilrty-flvn mints In <M>lnt< for (his pnltiirn — add 15 «C!II(H f"r itncli piittcni for lirst-class mailing and spcc.lnl luuullliifV' Sonil to Liiuru \VU<!cli',r, euro of Alton TclcKraph, (10, Nccillccraft Wept., P.O. Box 101, Old Clit-lscn Stntton, N«;w York II, N. V. Print plainly Pal tern Number, Nnnio, and Address. Newest rage—smocked accessories plus 208 exciting nnedlc- crafl designs in our new 19BS Needlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochol, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Popular Pullover PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson TRUDY Zcll Me "That's'okay, Trudy—I guess most women have their 'The heck with housework days, once in a while." fttofOflate True Life Adventures OUR ASTRONAUTS XSAGH TH£ MOON W)U- FIN17 MOUNTAIN© TO THAN A M1JOE5 ABOVE EARTH'S MOUNT BVETSSEST, THERE )£ AUMQST NO A>K OR M01STJJWS (CONSEQUENTLY NO gT^QSlON'-THeSg MOON MOUNTAINS AKIs MOKg JAQOet? AMP THAN EARTH MOUNTAINS, By A. LBOKUM Why Do We Need Air To Live? Win the Britannica Junior 15- colume 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: Anthony Hunter, 10, Fort Worth, Tex. All around you all the time is something called air, You cannot see it. You cannot taste it. And unless the wind is blowing, you cannot feel it. Every time you breathe, your lungs fill with air. Neither animals nor plants coulc live without air, and yet the aii you breathe probably exists in no other place except on this earth! At least scientists know of no other planet with an atmosphere exactly like our air. Air is made up of certain gases. Two of these gases, nitrogen and oxygen make up 99 per cent ol the air. They are always found in the same proportion of about 78 per cent nitrogen and about 21 per cent oxygen. There is a small amount of carbon dioxide in the air which is added to it by living things. The remaining part of one per cent is made up of what are called rare gases, argon, neon, lelium, krypton, and xenon, The nitrogen in the air does not do much. It is called an inert gas because it does not combine cas- ly with other substances, but it helps control the action of oxy;en. • Oxygen easily unites with other substances to "oxidize" them. When the oxidizing is slow, It is called rust or decay, When it is ast — we call it burning. In our )odies, oxygen combines with the 'qod we eat to produce energy and gfpwth.If yoM think, of man as a machine, then this machine needs two things to work; fu,el and oxygen. AH cells in the body need a constant supply of oxygun. The oxidation that takes place n our body produces heat, and tiis makes human life possible, 'his production of heat doesn't ake place slowly or rapidly —, but at an intermediate rate. The result is a body temperature o 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. The hu man body is warm because of this oxidation, and the oxidation, cnr take place because we breathe in air win ils oxygen. Breathing is both voluntary anc involuntary. It goes on regularly although we don't think about il For example, it doesn't stop during sleep. But we can slop breathing for a short while if we wish. I we try not to breathe — or can't breathe— we soon lose consciousness, because the brain does nol receive enough oxygen. FUN TIME The Riddle Box 1. What can cross a river without stirring up waves? 2. Spell blackbird in 4 letters, 3. black water in 3 letlers, Answers 1, A shout. 2. Crow 3. Ink, THE THICK HOX Spell Bet your friend thai you have two coins in your hand that total GO cents and that one of them is not a dime. If he takes the bet show him a half-dollar and one dime. Point to the half-dollar and say: "I said one of them is not a dime!" Win the Britannica World Atlas or Yearbook of Events. Send your riddles, jokes to: Riddles, Jokes, Tell Me Why!" Today's winner is: Carolyn Almeter, 11, Almond, N.J. EDINBURGH -Two women members of the voluntary Watch- 4578 SIZES 10-18 Relaxed pullover—favorite look of the fashion world! See how stitching points up flip collar and side slits. Sleek skirt has back pleat. Printed Pattern 4578: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 requires 3% yards 35-inch fabric. Fifty conis In coins for thin pattern — add J5 cents for each pattern for first-ulass mailing and special handling. SI-IK! | n Anne Adams, cnre of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dopt., 2J3 W. 17th St., New York U, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size and Style Number. Just out! 304 design ideas plus coupon for free pattern—any one you choose in new Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog. Send 50 cents now. VIEWING THE RESULTS DAYTON, Ohio Iff) - About 300 juests were present when the ransformation of the lale inventor Charles F. Kettering's home — by adding Japanese style touches — was unveiled by Mr, and Mrs. Eugene W, Kellering. The guests were the men who worked on the multi-thousand dol- ar undertaking, and members of he men's families, Mrs. Kettering explained that "the men were so excited about what has been accomplished that we thought it vould be nice to have their fani- lies see what they did." RUNNING IN TWQ DIRECTIONS ALBUQUERQUE Iff) - Indecjs- on caused a man to knock out his vife here, Patrolman William Dai' ey reported, Daiiey said he was speeding in a police emergency call with us car's red light flashing when he spotted a couple in the middle af the street. Each tried to run a different way. Then the husband tried la mil his wife by the arm the way le was going, but the sudden ers claim to have seen the Loch, pull caused her to f»U to the Ness Monster recently, They said, (pavement, it had three grey humps and they| p a Uey said live fall knqekjsd her watched it for about two minutes unconscious briefly and gave her belpre it submerged, la black eye.

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