Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1963 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 9, 1963
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fly Cfelg Meiiftl lit owe CHILD w^s CO 5QM/WV THIN3S John Otillfifi KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriota A £AR/,.PARK1=P WITH ITS reLAX,<m^.THERt?STHE DRIVER IN THE BOOTH.',. • PROBABLY HAS MOTOR^jE TROUBLE, JUST LIKE „ BUt THERE'S SOMETHING.. FUNNY HERE/ done CONCLUSION THAT HS'P TrttTf IDE HICK O . ttlESDA^, g.-^j^^g^.jjig^satiaijijft Tkrtfty Stfpperi LITTLE fiVE By Jollin FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry 1 MAYAS WELL COME FROM A DISTANT STAR- MMff LISHT YEARS AWAY JLAM A SCIENTIST. AND ONE THIN&IS CLEAR-. HOW TO. REPAIR IT/ THERE IS NO RETURNING/ ...THIS VEHICLB V WHERE P/O >DU COULD H£V£K COME FROM, ESON? TRAVEL iHvl FROM WHAT CENTURX SPACE/ trV IN THE FUTURE? JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbing 600PBVE, MAMMA MINNA,.. I WILL NOT BRINfr YOU SHAME FOR WHAT I HAVE PONE.' N-NOW YOU PO NOT HAVE TO MARRY THAT 6RECO,-. I'HE CKASHIN6 CHAIR BKINSSMACE KUSHlNS- IN,,, ANPTHEN MACE'HEARS WHATCALHSEI? KIKISS PANICKED FLISHT* 6RECO KEEPS HIS Jg PROMISE, AAINNA,,, you WILL KEEP YOURS.' WHENKIKIISKETUFfNEP 3/ KIPNAPPERS,,, WE , T-THEPOYAVJSTHAVE] 'HEARR,, EVERYTHIN6.' • NOW IT IS TOO PANSEROUS TO LET HIM LIVE///, THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith MY rAAsME V<=> i y-rf.IHKv/E, tNfAt \<s , > 1'U- ICE i.H\<=> SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney 15 YOUR NAME IRRELEVANT ? •1-1 NO, SIR. ITS OTOOLE. OVERRULED- ) SO YOU ' PROCEED- ./ ARRESTED THE DEFENCWNT- WHAT WAS THE CHARGE'? I'M BEGINNING TO OBJECT TO THIS TESTIMONY MYSELF OH, THERE'S NOCHARSE WEDo'rr FOR FREE PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates "^ ARE YOU SURE YOU'RE ON THE RIGHT ROAD, PHINEAS, VYYKVNtr.../ IS HAVE you FORGOTTEN TH ATX WAS A HHOD6S „ SCHOLAR?; HA v\A HA MA vP HO I 'DIDN'T THINK IT WASTHAT PAD.' o- DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney you said ft I • .but why? //QtQ CODGCft** In Scotland, CAOOf R meanf a peddler, whose goods were carried on horseback in "cages" or w/cker oaf- fcefs, When oys/ne« was bad/ rne cadger, or codger, wou/d resort /o begging. So next rime you call some cronie an "o/d codger" you rea//y meon "yoy gld fawm," RIVETS By George Sixta •&(*&<-*:** \ t *it*$$>$&\ *- * ^ **** THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert KM. U. I. Nt Oft. JIMMIE/GET BACK TO BED. AND TAKE YOUR NAP/jj=i I CX5NV YOUU. HAVE TO STAY IN- 1 BED AND REST FOR AN ' HOUR WHETHER YOU SLEEP OR NOT/j TIRED/ MAYBE YOU BUT I AM / NOW GET GOING; 944 Whip \ip a pair lor yourself, other for gift! Choose corduroy, plain cotton fabric. Two pieces plus sole for boot or ballet style. Pattern 944: cross-stitch transfer; pattern for small, medium, large, extra large sixes included. Tlilrty-llvo iiBMlH In coin* tor (his pattern — add 15 cents for ouch pattern for flrst-clnss moll- Ing nncl special handling. Send to Lnuni Whcolor, care of Alton Telegraph, 0(1, Noccllccjrnlt Dept., P.O. Box 1(11, Old OholHon Shitlon, New York II, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Nnme, and Address. Newest rage—smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs In our new 1963 NeedlecraH Catalog — just outl Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Tunic Team PRINTED PATTERN HENRY BYE, MENRV! I'LL SEE __. YOU TOMORROW 1 TRUDY "Trudy, why don't we get a baby-sitter some night and watch some television?" it True Life Adventures By A. LEOKUM Why Do Volcanoes Appear Only In Certain Places? 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: Roberta Stein, 11, Brooklyn, N.Y. There are no volcanoes near New York City or London or^ Paris, nor are there likely to be any in the future. Yet there are parts of the world where there are several volcanoes quite near each other. Central America, bordering the Pacific Ocean is one of the most active volcano areas of the world. In fact, more than two-thirds of the active volcanoes and a large number of those which have been extinct for only a short time are found around the borders of the Pacific Ocean! The reason is simply this: the earth's crust in these areas must be "weak" or have weak spots, in relation to the earth's crust in other parts of the world. For without a weak spot in the crust of the earth, a volcano couldn't come into being. Here is how a volcano is born. As you know, the center of the earth is hot. The deeper you go under the surface of the earth, the higher the temperature. At a depth of about 20 miles it is so hot (1,000 to 1,100 degrees Cent! grade) that most rocks found there simply melt. When rock melts, it expands and needs more space. In certain areas of the world, new mountain ranges have recently been formed (new in terms of thousands of years.) Under and near these new mountain ranges, the pressure is less than elsewhere. It is a kind of "weak spot" in the earth's sol id crust. So the molten rock, which is called "magma," expands into these parts and a local reservoir of the molten rock is formed. This material rises along the cracky lormed by, the uplift. When the pressure in the reservoir of molt en rock becomes greater than the strength of the roof over it, it bursts forth as a volcano. The eruption lasts until the gas is gone. The material that comes out of a volcano is mainly gaseous, hut large quantities of molten rock (which we call "lava") and solid particles that look like cinders and ash are also thrown out. The eruption is really a gas explosion, but some of the lava becomes finely powdered and makes the eruption look like black smoke. FUN TIME The Chuckle Uox Mary: This is Daddy's don. Does your Daddy have a den? Sue: Oh no. He just growls all over the house. Billy: Our TV set is busted. The man is coming to fix it. Jimmy: How will he do that Billy: Oh, he'll probably open It up and take out all the dead cowboys. EXTRA PBIZB! YOU FINISH IT 4588 SIZES Fisherman's shirt In tunlo length — a fashion newsmaker teamed with sleek slacks. Tab front, bold pockets, side slits add dash and drama. Printed Pattern 4588: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 lunic 2% yards 35-inch; slacks 2% yards. Fifty cents In coins for till* pattern — add IS cents (or each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anno Adams, caro of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 213 W. 17th St., Now York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size and Stylo 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. You may win a Brltannica World Atlas plus a Britannica Yearbook for finishing this draw- Ing. Originality and imagination count. Use this drawing, o-r copy it any size. Important: entries must be addressed "Drawing," Tell Me Why, nd, give your name, age, and address. Win he Britannica World Atlas or Yearbook of Events, Send your riddles, jokes to: Riddles, Jokes, "Tell Me Why I" Today's winner Is:. Janet Jones, Waldron, Indiana LONDON-British civil service workers are reported buying a new form of grwyip guarding against holdups. DAN SAID TO JFK NASHVILLE, Tenn. (/P) — 'Mr. Patriotic" has changed. It was* that Kennedy presidential handshake that did it, "Mr. Patriotic" is a 9-year- old .Nashville lad named Danny White. He has red hair. And in tipical boy fashion, he gets a lot of bruises, So folks in his neighborhood began putting name and coloring together and said they had a boy who was red, white and blue — thus "Mr. Patriotic," Then President Kennedy came to town and shook his hand. Right off the lad disowned his title. -:•> ' ;•-,."Don't call me patriotic," he said, "I'm a Democrat." 'Poor Dad 1 on Road NEW YORK (AP) r- 'Jo V a n Fleet is heading the road com* pany of "Oh Pad, Poor Dad, Mamma's flung You in' the Closet and I'm Feelln 1 So Sad," Her re ; placement in the New York troupe is Hermlone Glngold, The long-run success qf Arthur Kopit's comedy %haj made it nee- essary for the Phoenix Theater company to rent'a second play- tope ie that wycral other can be staged this season. fs»' !

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