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ALTON fELB»!Ut»tt By Hesse! *lt5UNQ f%OFt£ IN tH6 CHUflOH.* /WD 'VOU SIT /,N BWMPUE WT IS /AWMdfe ID LMftN PUT US HERE, BUT'IF KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola REtAX, JOHNNY/.. THE REPORT SAYS DEATH APPARENTLY CAME FROM NATURAL CAUSES/ CORONER WOULP LIKE A "\THAT MUST CHECK ON THAT, KERRY! \ BE THE GU/ FOUND DEAD IN A / I SAW/ f J&. PECRIBIN© HIS PUZZLING- EXPERIENCE OftMENISHT BEFORE.,. PARK PHONE BOOTH.' BUT... IP IT'S THE SAME BOOTH - DON'T yoU SEE?.,THE WAY I WASN'T AUOWEP TO SET CLOSE ... ill BET WE UNCOVEf? SOMETHING KOOKY/ AS YOU WOULD SAV, JOHNNY.- 'YOUCAH SET WAT TO MUSIC!' FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry A PEW BAYS AGO ...CAPTURED? < NOFEA^EeON.'THEy'U. 1 DEAD? ST/LL <. KNOW AFTER WE'VE AT LARGE? W: < GOTTEN VOU HOME . ~\ HAVE A KISHT gSt&tVI, AS PROMISED.'/ TO MOWS £^- -X A SFKCESHIP LANDED IHOURSTATE...AND ROLLS TO A STOP! WITH NO COMMENT! HERE 1 5 ALIEN... JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Bobbins ,»THE KILLER'S FIRST KANPOM TOS$ WHILE ON THE PESEKTEP PIEFJ, MACE SCOOPS UF RESISTER5 A gtHTS-EYE.' A TIN CAN. ANR WHAT I/O Y'KNOW,,, A TALKIN& VENTILATOR/ TOOPEAPty QUIET/ IF MACE HASN'T GOT HIM/-/ HE'S HOLEP UP SOMEWHERE/ BUT WHERE? MMM, OF COURSE/,, THAT SUNKEN SHIP,,, WHERE KIKI HIP FROM SNAP AMP ME*,/ LET'S START WITH THIS VENTILATOR,,,THE BRATS SOT TO BE IN ONE OF'EM/ THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith I COtAE. OOT NYVP LOOK SIR BAGBY CASE V BUT-1 CLOSED f J DIDN'T HAyE ANY DEFENSE.' YOU CAN ALWAYS APPEAL THE CASETO ANOTHER JUD6B, LETS SEE'-JUPGE BEI2NARD SHAW 15 SICK- JUPSE WASHINSTON IS ON VACATION- By R. and B. Hackney — OFFHANPI CANT THINK OF ANYONE VOU'D APPEAL TO PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates HOW'S THE NEW LASSTRONAUT APPL/CANT COMING ALONG WITH HEP. TESTS, PHINEAS? OH, SHE'S GETTING THE ANSWERS RIGHT, PR. VON/ TOU7HRIE, e>UT±'M WORR/ED A&OUT ONE THING,.. IS SHE LY/NG APOUT HER A6E? DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney THEWIN'PS-X f WEIOHIT WHIPPING AVlCPOWM WITH WASH TO XC SOMETHING/ KID ©RTS A <3OOO IP NOVVANP *., ,, (i i i- -S s- 1 ; /,J %. " ' % 5Tjr/'" i ;-yj-'-i. you said ft! ...but why? "RUMMAGE SALE" ,,. from "arrumage" or "the arranging" of cargo. Early French seafarers learned tbaf no ma//er how Carefully cargo was stowed, part of it wpuld become damaged, Wafer- fronf warehouses, full of this miscellaneous junk, would per/ed/ca//y hold sales to clear out the RUMMAGl, BIG BEN BOLD By John Cbllen Murphy p^ vtai LITTLE EVE By Jolita RIVETS By George Sixta THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert I CANT.' I'M NOT DRESSED EITHER/ PETER, VOULL K DRESSED/ HAVE TO ANSWER Designed expressly to flatter larger sizes in n small, easy- knit pattern stitch. Look slim, smnrt In an easy- knit jacket with chain stitch crochet trim. Use Gcrmantown nylon. Pattern 525: directions, sixes '10-<I2; 44-46 included. Tlilrty-flvR ccnlH hi coins for this imttcrn — mid 15 cents for ciich pattern for flrMt-uliiHH mail- Inn and special liitmllliiK. Soul to Lniirn Whni'lcr, care of Alton Telegraph, BO, Ncwlloernft Dept., 1'. O. Box Mil, Old Chiilscii Station, Now York II, N. V. Print plainly P»t(cni Number, Name, Addn'-ss and Zone. Newest rage—smocked acces- ories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, (nit, sew, weave, embroider, c|uilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Summer Spotlight PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson OABI— p TRUDY i»lr. 'Inc.. IWi. V«M ri^H ,««v^ j?/^^- W«^«t*^ By A. LEOKUM How Do We Get Suntanned? 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 authoi will decide the winner. Today's winner is: i Alice Brothers, 8, St. Albans, W. Va. "Trudy, if that's YOU — you're in trouble." > True Life Adventures SQU1RREU US/SF43 UFOM A i.,*sR<3J5 WHITE: T71S1NTH0KATJS6 A CLQUt? OF WAS NO KOtfKl, -BUT PUPF* THS IS Recently we mentioned that prehistoric man depended on the sun alone for heat and light. Of course life would still be impossible for man without the sun — but today people turn to the sun to make themselves more attractive too! Having a good suntan is considered quite fasionable. There are two very noticeable things that happen when we expose our skin to the sun. One we call a "sunburn," the other we call a "suntan." In the human skin or epidermis, there is a sub stance known as histidin, When the ultra-violet rays from the sun strike this histidin, they transform it into a substance that spreads apart the blood vessels. This makes the skin red and gives us a sunburn! There is another substance in he skin known as tyrosin. When the ultra-violet light strikes this, it transforms it into a brown pig< nient known as melanln.This me Janin is deposited in the top layers of the skin and protect it against the further action of the light rays, And it is the presence of this brown pigment which gives our skin that tanned look. But of course the sun does much more to our bodies than merely make the skin red or give It a tan. Sunlight helps kill bacteria, U Increases our blood pressure, sup plies us with Vitamin P, stimulates the nervous system, and so on. So It's important to remember that when you take a "sunbath," your whole body is being affected, not just the part that is directly exposed to the sun- In fact, if all you exposed to the sun were Just your feet - your blood pres- re would go up,-you would get Vitamin D in your bonea, your nervous system would be charged up, and all the other effects would take place! That's why doctors urge people to be very careful about sunbathing. You should start by exposing only part of your body for aboul five minutes. The next day, you might expose more of your body for about ten minutes. In other words, get your sun Ian gradually, And keep your head covered. Taking a sun bath is like taking medicine. You're very careful about how you do that, aren't you? FUN TIME The Chuckle Box Joe: I et six .eggs for breakfast this morning. Helen: You mean "ate," don't you: Joe: Well maybe it was eight I et. Visitor: And what's your boy going to be when he finishes his education? Discouraged Parent: A very old man, I think. THE PUZZLE BOX 30 Try this on your friend, but make him answer quickly! Ask him: what's the difference between twice .thirty five and twice five and thirty? Twice thirty five is 70, twice five and thirty is 40. So the difference is 3Q. Win the Brjtanniwj World A.tlas or Yearbook of Events. Send your riddles, jokes to: Riddles, jokes. •'Tell Me Why!" Today's winner is: Pitts, Nowate, French Pten Survey PARIS «* ,A survey pf the French transportation industry IB being planned, Summer spotlights the two- piece dress—quietly, beautifully figured with liny bows for waist emphasis. So wearable in cotton, shantung. , ' . Printed Pattern 4522: Misses' Sixes 10, 32, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 requires 3% yards 35-inch fabric. Fifty cents in coins tor Hits pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special' handling. Send to Anno Adams, cure of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dopt,, 24.H W. 17th St,, Now York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Zone, Size, and Stylo Number. PATTERN FREE! Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes, Send 50 cents for Catalog. UNKNOWN FIND EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) —An unknown animal from the pre-hlstorlc past has been discovered in a Texas fossil bed by a Michigan State University expedition. The expedition was sponsored by the MSU Museum and financed by a grant from the American Philosophical So. ciety. 'The jaw and teeth of the unknown animal present convincing evidence that It Is something different from any known prehistoric animal," says Dr. Richard J. Seltln, expedition leader. He explains that It will be at least a year before the skull (jan be removed from the red shale in which It was discovered and the find be properly classified, Two A Way LONDON - A BriMsh flyer landed hjs jet recefltjy and was (landed an award, for the speed record. Driving away Jjram the ileld.fce was ftppjsd.jy.a police- RW afld ilyejjj Up,k$ too last.