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July 23, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 23, 1963
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s% PAGfil'EN ALTON EVENING UAVttt P\f l tti£ft'& A UJ^Kil*>££}£tft tT&A I I Y In^J O /^ rVWNLxCKnJL IL'C^ljiM.I I L WHATCVWI bOf /^'" liiri ^rm£tftt DRAKE Alfred Andriola VOUR HUSBANP 13 OEA0, MRS. F6RM6LD/.. HE WAS FOUNP THIS M6KNIN6 !KPH6Nfi BOOTH/ f ABOUt tHB CLUB, Set DtfAkE?.. SOMETIMES A (SUEST BECOMES FOOLISH WITH DRINK.. AND MY HUS- BANt? IS COMPELLED — ... ..jooMeeAstty wow ROOM EYES/,, arr -me WOMEN IIAKH FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry YES, MR. MtlOOT/ , THE FINE TUNING'S NOW, YOU SAY TO TRAVEL V FOR THE WTE.' THROUGH TIME tOU JUST TURN THIS P/AL TO THE PESIRED CENTURY, MR. eGOH..r JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbins PRIVIN& P1TONS, THE CLIMBERS INCH OVER TO THE THIS PESERVE5 A CLOSER LOOK; ALFREPO FANTASTEEC AS ANP WEATHERBEATEN, BUT . I EET SEEMS, NONETHELESS,,, AMtfKCMrS I S/6NORE KANE LAST WEENTEK,,, EEN \l ANP YOU RSURE PAP STORM, PEES AIR Y OUR WISE BIRP LINER. CRASH IF HERE/ I SCAVENSEP EVER/BOP/ KEELEP,,, HIMSELF A PLUSH WRECKAGE 5CATTEREI7 NEST, EH? MAW COULP BE/,, THE SMITH FAMILY' By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ITOV-P TOO NEVER-\O HM GtOTfic Mrttbew Adiau Senke. Inc. 7-99 SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney BAGBy, OPEN WHAT SHOULD WE DO? TAKE HIM TO THB A lili-UtClut* l>»«tuliifillKfl vy NODT r I BEEN TAKING ADVANTAGE OFTHBVi FOR YSARS, WE HAVE A PROBLEM, 0LH" WE DONT WANT TDTAKEADVANTAee OF YOUR PATIENCE. PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates LET'S 9EE NOW—> 9HOULDIPUTTH/S SHOE ON, OR TAKE THE OTHER ONE OFF? PHINeASj, WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT CAN'T REMEMBER IF 1 WA9 GO/NSTO BED/ OR .GETTING DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney .DbMbuUd br KlM Futoni /* rn^fe m*? ED SURC ONUV BALL TMgPLA WITH TWO you said ft I ...but why? BIO BEN BOLT By John OttlleH Miifpt^ t>4,y WHOO«Wf ^ ib0 (wtfrwRaw. LITfLK EVB1 "TAKE WITH A GRAIN OF SALT" Ancient Romans believed that salt had magic powers, and sprinkled it on food suspected of being poisoned. So It became customary tg accept a questionable dish only when salt had been added. When the accuracy of a statement Is (JQubied, H is "tgkw with e grain of sail," RIVETS By George Sixta 501 i BELIEVE POUBTIKIG THOfAAS. IF VV/ANT VOUR DOS rDO THINGS RISHT rearm use CORRECT SCAMMAR IN SIVIN3 HIM ORDERS. DOWN) *tuvi& THE BERRYS By Carl Gruberl BECAUSE OF INFLATION, JACKIE...- r WHY CANT I HAVE A NEW BIKE, DAD? THAT MEANS INSTEAD OF; NOT HAVING .THE. MONEY I HAVENT, I •SHOULD HAVE TWICE AS MUCH.... [•BUT IT ONLYO L I HAV1 I VJe.4555 WOULD-BE WORTH ,_. ONE-THIRD OF WHAT HAVENT- GOT ANYHOW.' JUST ABOUT THE GIST OF IT.' Accent your fall outfit with a i smocked hnl-U's the touch of luxury! Smocking mlds elegance to your new huls. Use velveteen, fnille, jersey. Pattern 501: put- tcm sizes 21 Mi, 22, 23 included; transfer; directions. Tlilrty-flvn c«uts In coins for this pntlcrn — «<l«l -'6 ccllls '» r rh iiutt«irii f»r rirst-oliiss mnll- if and spoclnl linndUnK. Solid to Laura Wliocloi'i cure of Alton TolOBriipli, liti, NcedlcorJiri Dopt., P. 0. Box Hi'. Old Chelsea Station, Now York II, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number. Name, Address and Zone. Newest rugc—smbckecl accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 19fa3 Needlecrnfl Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. 'Send 25 cents now. Ultra-Easy! PRINTED PATTERN SIZiS 4556 HENRY By Carl Anderson (SOT ANY LINIMENT HENRY? TRUDY Q Wtt faum SHJC..U, lotlini). WntM riyhuTatn^. "You fellows mind if I clean out the stands now?" tikf£>fsNE^ True Life Adventures GROWING PAINS TIME. TO WEAN) MOTMBK Bur HIS KEFET^ HIS M)U< WwM Wf h FEW ...AHP IN TIME HE By A. LEOKUM What Is Anthracite? 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: Gail Harvey, 11, Brooklyn N.Yi Nature creates many different kinds of coal, and the hardest of these, the one It takes longest to make — is anthracite. AJ1 the coal in the world is the remains of ancient trees and plants that grew in great swampy jungles In warm, moist climates hundreds of millions of 'years ago. When these trees and plants died, they fell into the swamp waters. Bacteria changed some parts of the wood to gases which escaped, leaving behind a black mixture, mostly carbon, which was to become a coal seam. Later on, thick layers of mud and sand covered this mass and squeezed out most of the liquid. This left behind a pasty mass which slowly hardened into coal. Of course this hardening process took thousands of years, and it was repeated many times with many layers. New swamps would arise over the old, and the process would be repeated over again —sometimes as many as 50 times! Peat is the lowest grade of coal because it has undergone the least change from the original wood. Peat is really coal in the first stages of being formed, and this is still going on in certain places. U peut is allowed to remain where it forms, it gradually changes into lignite, or brown coal. lignite is not very hard coal, and still contains one-fifth to one-tenth water that has not been squeezed out of it. Bituminous, or soft coal, is formed from lignite as the .next step, it requires much chemical change and pressure in the earth over many thousands or millions of years for lignite (9 beconw b}< luminous coal, , If bituminous coal remains in the earth and is subjected to enough pressure, it gradually changes to hard coal or anthracite. This kind of coal breaks with a rounded surface almost as smooth as glass. It can be shipped long distances without crumbling, it is clean to handle, burns with a short, blue flame. Anthracite also makes very little smoke or soot and burns for a longer time than bituminous coal. But since bituminous coal is more aboundant, more conveniently lo cated, and .cheaper — it is used ii about 4 out of every seven homes that use coal in the United States FUN TIME 1. What did the colt say when it was asked to make a speech? 2. What has five eyes and always runs: 3. What aches does a house have? ANSWKRS: 1. I'll have to be excused — I'm just a little hoarse. 2. The Mississippi River (5 i's). 3. Panes In its windows. KXTKA FIUZEI YOU FINISH IT <*<* World Atlas plus .'«' Brttannica Britannlca World Atlas plus a Yearbook for finishing this, draw ing. Originality and imagination count. Use this drawing, or copy i any size. Important: entries mus be addressed "Drawing," Tel Me Why, and give your name, age and .Win U»e Britannica World Atlas Why!", winner is: Barbara Main, Sioux Falis, S. D Gently flared shape makes this princess dress a delight to wear on warm days, For a more tailored look, top it off with neat, little jacket. Printed Pattern -1556: Half Sizes 14 ] /a, 16'/ a , 18%, 20V4, 22%, 24V6. Size 16% dress, jacket 5% yards 35-inch. Fifty conls in coins for this pattern — add J5 cents tor each pattern for first-class mullliiK and special handling, Send to Anno Adanjs, caro of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dopt., !M8 W. 17th St., Now York 11, N. V, Print plainly Nnmiv 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. Two Further Dramas NEW YORK (/P) _ Lorraine Hansberry, who triumphantly bowed as a playwright with "A Raisin 1 in the Sun," has com-' pleted two further dramas that she hopes will have her name up in lights over the next pair of seasons. ''The Sign in Sidney Bwstein's Window," about a young Intel- to emerge on first. "Les .. • . „ nw African nation, is pencilled in for 1964'"* display. • GQQD.R18K CONVICTS . , was hospital!^ heft lucent Jy ftftw -he had gwftlisjw^ a|fmploy^en.t. ,""" T»« ^"T" eyyM-rjB^,. convicts to be paroled even if no Job Is Immediately forthcoming. ^ sponsor is needed -» someone to *• " h iwra and boftrd, fot' up' 6 eeKs - . . . handful of cartridjei whjle he Pf 38 cojjvicte released Jn, the was watching Wi to'Ww at «,P»8t {BW.OMW{|U« mM-'va,' ootJn »ller. ,My twe hlW. fepn ft,~

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