Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 22, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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ALTON EVENING DAVID CRANfc By Cf-eig tlessel am tHwwNS tuAtJT MOJT NICE 1D HAVE SoMe.eeMDeeTHtts HERE KX. rtbfl* WHO/IRE WTERESTED KEHKY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola WHEK m MESSENQER KNOCKS WE HAVE BAP ) SOFTLX.THE NEWS IS ALWAYS NEWS, MRS. J BAP/.. BUT SPEAK/.. IN THE FERNCH.D.' Jl MORNING ONE IS STRONG •—. . s**f£\ ENOUSH TO HEAR UNPLEA3 X-^l^-, A ANT THIN6S/ _ »,*T* < A - ""•• ' 7 '** t"£ti KEMfMBER NOW, JOHNNY.' •000T3* rtRNOi-D MARRltP A /., AN ORIENTAL GIRL THE CHORUS LINE AT HIS NISHT aue.' PLASH GORDON By Dan Barry MY TIME-HOPPER, MR. MeLOOT/ NOW, MR. EGON--YOU ARE FROM THE SI SI CENTURY... ANP WE ARE STANPIN& IN THE TIME-MACHINE WHICH BROUGHT YOU HERE, CORRECT? WOULP YOU EXPIAIN A OH, IT'S FAR TOO ' TO OUR VIEWERS HOW ) COMPLEX FOR ME TO THIS TIME-HOPPER .-^UNDERSTAND/ SOME- WORKS, MR. EGON?./ THING ABOUT TIME-WRAPS AND DIMENSIONAL STOPS... BUT IT'S EASY TO OPERATE/ JUST SET THE. DIAL TO THE CENTURY YOU WANT... PRESS THE RED BUTTON. INTERESTING-... VERY INTERESTING/ BIG BEN BOLT By John Cnltoi Murphy i 1963 LITTLE EVE JolHn RIVETS By George Slxta JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbins WOULP IT NOT BE NICE. MAMMA MINNA ,.. IF FKIENPS JOHNNV ANP SNAP COUL7 LIVE HERE WITH US IN ATHENS STARTING' TOPAY! NICE,,, PUT WPRA07CAL WOKKIN6 SWFS,«AHP K16HT NOW OUR J05 IS TO SET AN «ON HOW IT FEELS TO SUPPENLV BECOME THE PICHE5T SOi IN THE WORtP WHICH SIVES USA FEW MOKE CWS WITH YOU/ KIKI / UNLESS SOME \ MORE WOKL7- I 5HAKINS NEWS } EVENT BREAKS., / WHILE w THE ITALIAN ALPS, SUCH AN EVENT is BREWINS I AS A STKANSE PISCOVERY IS MAPE.' SEE, SISNORE KANE,,, EEN THE EASLE'S NEST.' THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney POOR BASBY- HE'S CLOSED HIMSELF AWAY FROM THE WORLC« tf WHAT CAN WE DO? ill-McCluri Syndlcrti Ftitvrf HE NEEDS \ HOW CAN NEW INTERESTS. HE BE HE NEEDS TO ^ USEFUL LIKE FEEL USEFUL. 1 THAT? ; HE'D MAKE ) BUT I A NICE </ SAVE UP TABLE A SMOKIMG. LIGHTER- TOBACCO WONT >• BE INVENTED FOR YEARS VET AND I GOT TIRED OF WAITING PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates ITMAy TAKE HOURS FOR US TO REACH HIM/ X HOPE HE DOESN'T PANIC STEVE OVER9HOTHIS PICKUP AREA! DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney PARKWAY INTERSECTIONS MILE PlililtcUd to Kim >abm« tffik.lt you said ft! hn» \uhw9 ...but why? TO DRAW THF LINE" i.. to reach your limit ,., to refuse to proceed beyond a certain point, This phrase goes back to rural England of the I6tf) cen/ury, when the cut of a plowshare across a field indicated the extent of one's holdings, I'M'SURPRISED AT YOUR STEVE. HOW CAN YOU EXPECT TO SET RESULTS YOU SHOULD KNOW THATfe INCORQBCT. LIE DOWN/ THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert WOW/ THESE TIPS ON GOLF ARE WONDERFUL.' WAIT, PETERI WANT THE RECIPE ON THE BACK OF THAT PAGE.' 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Vacation Trio PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson TRUDY Perfume SHhitt, lot, ISK3. 'Cell Me "Well, Ted's favorite smell is a broiling steak. True Life Adventures SAGA o^ ±Jhe ,,,A© A THOUSAND . By A. LEOKUM What Discovery Made The Atomic Bomb Possible? 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: Laverne Workun, 14, Coronado, Alberta. Man has been studying the atom for many years and is constantly discovering new things about it. in fact science today still does not have all the Information about the atom it would like to have. About the year 1932, physicists thought they had discovered ev ecything inside the atom. But more and more research kept revealing new things about it. The idea of setting free the huge quantities of energy inside atoms was not new. There just didn't seem to be any practical way of doing it. Then in 1939, two German scientists, Meitner and Hahn, performed an experiment that opened the way to releasing this energy and the creation of the atomic bomb. What these scientists did was bombard an isotope of uranium (U-235) with neutrons. Let's see what this means. An "isotope" is a twin of another element. Two or more atoms of an clement may be alike in all t h e i r chemical and physical properties with the exception of mass — like two human (wins of slightly different weight. U-235 is an isotope of uranium. A "neu* Iron" is a particle within the atom that is electrically neutral. It can act like an atomic "bujlet." When U-?35 is bombardejj with neutrons, a tremendous amount/of energy is released. It is tfoji foot that tills happens and can be controlled that made the atomic bomb possible., This process is called "fission." B.y the, way, one pound of U-235 thus changed would give much more than, 1,000,KM times as much enerjjy as could be obtained by burning one pound pf coali So in un atomic bomb the first neeo! is for sqme When neutrons strike this, ttie atoms break into smaller pieces, in this process a few neutrons es cape. If the right amount (callec a "critical mass") of U-235 js pres ent however, neutrons will keop on breaking up atoms until mosi of the atoms have exploded. Thib is a chain reaction. And since ali this happens very quickly, and a trmendous amount of energy is (released at once, we have an atomic bomb. FUN TIME Tim Chuckle Box Teacher: Why did you come to school with a snake in your pocket? Jimmy; My pel skunk was too big to fit. Bill: All day I've been seeing spots before my eyes. Hank: Did you see a doctor? Bill: No, just spots. THIS PUK/LIO BOX J" INSERT CUT HERE Cut a piece of paper in (he shape of the letter T as shown. Now challenge your friend to cut this letter into 4 pieces, euch of eaclly the same size and shape. How to do it is sown in the second picture. Win the Britannica World Atlas or Yearbook of Events. Send your riddles, jokes to: Riddles, Jokes, "Tell Me Why I" Today's winner is: Falls, New York. Oliverio, JO, Ntagarp No An English gin maker has gone to court to keep a mystery wrjter from ujing thi 0| ItifJr.Jjr^d in parls pf his hook whloW 4*s«?rtbe a drink* Ing party held ftt the home of the, Villein, Icicle-slim sheath plus portrail collar and cardigan jackets—tria that look top fashion honors this summer! Sew them in gay, Mediterranean colors to take on vacation, Printed Pattern 4821: Jr. Miss Sizes 9, 11, 13. 15, 17. Size 13 takes 2% yards 39-inch. Wily conls In ('oliiH (or this pultoui — add 15 cento for eitclr puttorn for first-class mulling and spccliil liundllng. Sond to Anno Adams, euro of Alton Telegraph, 177, I'utturn Dopt., 843 W. 17th St., Now York 11, N, Y. 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