Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 27, 1963
Page 12
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TWELVE ALSTON «ATOftBAV, JULY 87,1963 DAVtl) CttANfc B> Cfelg Hessel FT W/*S ELL6£N,.SEEVt3U LATER, 0&RDEM.ELUEN HONOR U3 WEEK? KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Amiriola HOCK, 56T. 0RAKE.. IN THAT Rt66\E HAZELL, MANAGER OF ftRNOtO'9 CLUB.. YDU PROBABLY MET HIM SOMETIME WHEN VOU TOOK A SIRL THERE. JOHNNY/ .. COPS DON'f MAKE ENOU6H TO TAKE PATES THE "CLUB MO..THESE WAS JUSt SOMETHING ABOUT tHE SUV.',. ANP HE *AS NERVOUS..KEPT WISTINS SOMETHING IN HIS PIN3ERS KERRVA, THE MEPlQM EXAMINER IS POf'N© THE "BOOTS* FERNOLD AUTOPS/.' ..SAYS HE WANTS TO SEE YOU IN THE MORSUE RISHT AWAY/ PLASH GORDON By Dan Barry k LISTEN TO REASON, SORPON.' WE COULP MAKE A PEAL./ BECOME THE RICHEST MEN IN HISTORY WITH THIS TIME-HOPPER... VOU'RE GCXN& TO BE THE RICHEST MAM IN JAIL/MclOOT.. THE i JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbing MOVE AWAY/w SHE SEEKS ONLY TO PROTECr HER E66S/ PUT EEF WE STAY,// PESPEf&VTEO; THEY SWIMS WAV FROM THE SCREAMING, PUFFETIN&, OUTTOVSEP MOTHER.' AMP JUST AS r——< SUPPENLV,,,! —• * ,,,5HE BREAKS OFF HER ATTACK TO SETTLE POWN ON THE E66-IAPEN NEST ANP SLAKE BALEFULLYAT THE PANSLIN& INTRUPERS.' IT'S CRIMINAL./ A FORTUNE _ IN SEMS 'IN THAT MINK COAT,,, ANP WE HANS HERE HELPLESS AS PUPPETS.' THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith r-lM ?OR gAue SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney DESCRIBE SOME MORE INK BLOTS TO HIM ZO I COULD FATHOM HIS PERSONALrry. -^ THAT ONE LOOKS LIKE AN OWL ROLLER SKATING • f THAT ONE LOOK6 / UKE A ROW OF I DANCIN6 VOU CAN HAF HEP--I'LL TAKE PER LIDDLE DER.ENP- 7-27 PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates SURE TO REMEMBER. METO SUGAR, PHINEAS. REMEMBER HIM TO SUGAR.— REMEM&ER, HIM TO SUGAR.— REMEM&ER... -*. 1 MET AN OLD FRIEND OF OURS AND HE SAID TO REMEMBER HIM TO YOU. DARNED IF I CAN 1 \1\1M REMEMBER ; U|a< .-7-27 DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney ANEW ELECTRONIC &KAINP ~/ THAN THAT.' ; WOMEN/. ^^X £* IT'LL. MAKE ELECTRONIC B>?AINS ei?EATEST INVENTION SINCE THE WHEEL/ you said ft) ...but why? "POOR AS A CHURCH MOUSS" Stony broke , . , flat , .. without a sou. This origin' afed with o 1 7th century English folk tale, which told of how a mouse moved into a chvrch, mistaking it for a mansion, gnd had a tough time trying to find the larder, Nothing to sot but the dates off the calendar. 7-17 mmm BIG fiy John Cuilen Murphy LITTLE EVE Jollfn RIVETS By George Sixta THE BEBRYS By Carl Grubert NOW DONt VOU DARE SAY- WORD/ HEAD DOWN- STRAIGHT LEFT] ARM ....PIVOT..... AND FOLLOW t „ . THROUGH-.., r^tff 1 • SO, WHAT, HAPPENED? WELL,.. THE ONLY THING I COULD SEE THAT WAS WRONG.,,. I DID EVERYTHING RIGHT/ VOU PICKED THE CLUB UP...., HIT^FROM THE TOP.... LOOKED UP,... AND MISSED , THE BALL/ ?**5uT'' « K Bedroom ttmuly Dress, up a bedroom with blrds- und-flowors sprend in shades, or varied colors. Quick 5-to-incli cross-stitch In oviil motif— graceful on any bed. Pattern 033: one 16x20-lnoh motif; three about 5x5 inches; directions. HENRY By Carl Anderson •7.^7 TRUDY 7-27 © Ki"S F..IU.H Syndnlc. Inc., 'Can't stop to talk, Edna—hot pizza!" By A. IJSOKUM What Is Hall? Win the Britannica Junior 15- volume encyclopedia for schoo and home. Send your question 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: i Michael Chang, Kingston, Jamaica. True Life Adventures &i YJO'USNY STAKTS 1K1TQ A AX-ASKAH HAV, THIS A ^AVg.OJ? SWASH,... SMA©H1N<& ps ^7GC> THB H)k W\<&] •^27 MMMMtr»frii«Mi»i** Have you ever seen a hailstorm? Many people have never had the experience and it's hard for them to imagine how huge "stones" can fall from (he sky. But hail does enormous damage every year. It beats down .' such crops as corn, wheat, cotton, and tobacco, In severe hailstorms, trees may be stripped of their leaves, the glass in windows and greenhouses bro ken, and even automobile tops may be punctured! Did yqi know there have been some hailstorms where poultry and livestock wore killed? What makes this kind of storm possible? Hailstorms usually occur during the vvarm weather, beocuse this is when the conditions for the formation of hail are best, A hailstorm is generally accompanied by thunder, lightning, and rain so it's quite a sight to see one, Hail is' formed when rain drops, on their journey to the earth, pass through a belt of cold air and are frozen, Single raindrops form very small hail' stpnes, Larger hailstones begin in the same way, but then some thing happens to them. As the. small hailstone falls, it may meet a strong rising current of air. Then it may be carried up again to the level where rain drops are, forming. Now new drops begin to cling to the hailstone. As it falls once more through the cold belt, the new drops spread into a layer that envelopes the hailston*, end thus makes ihe stone larg. er. This riiljig «nd falling of tlw hailstone may be repeated i many times. After it has added so many layers that its weight is sufficient to overcome the force of the rising current of air, it falls to the ground. In this way, hailstones measuring three or four inches in diameter and weighing as much as pound are sometimes built up. Sometimes a small hailstone is carried up int.o a region where snow is forming, then the snow freezes around the hailstone, and it may end being made up of layers of ice and snow. * * * * FUN TIME Tlie Kiddie Box 1. What flower grows between your nose and chin? 2. What is the best thing out? 3. Why is it hard for c i Jeopard to hide? ANSWERS:- 1. Tulips. 2. A fire, 3, Because no matter where he goes he's always spotted, « * » * WHY WE SAY IT A horse race In which there arc obstuoloK tiuoh us jumps and fences is called a "steeple chase." Baok in the 18th century in Unuland, there used be races culled "chasing the steeple," A distant qhuroh steeple was picked us a goal and rldei B on horsebagk woujd have n race to get there. In time, this came to be called a "steeplechase,'' and now we use the word for an obstacle horse race! Win the Britannica World Atius or Yearbook of Events, Send your riddles, jokes toi fles, Jokes, "TeJJ Me WJiy!" Today's winner .tor.' MarJene SntJlrnjn, ifl ( Efl' monton, Alberta. Pe alert today, alive tomorrow- Thlrty-Hvo <'«»<* '" « ! °l"» for Oils pnUnrn — add 15 wilts for oiicli pattern for flrsl-clusg mall- Ing nml Hpeulal handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph, 00, Nccdlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 101, Old Chelsea Station, Now Vork 1.1, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address and Zone. Newest rage— smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in oqr new 1963 Necdlccrafl Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Newest Seaming PRINTED PATTERN Criss-cross seaming suggests an Empire waist in front and descends in back to your natural waist. Simple to sew, and a foretaste of lull news. Printed' Pattern 4826: Misses' Sines ID, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 requires 2% yards 39-inch fabric. Vhlrty.Nve cents, ooln», for this pultoni — mid ]5 cents for caoli pattern for Hrst-olRss malJI'iK and special handling;, Send to Anno AdninN, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., Now York 11, N. Y. Print plainly/ Name, Address, /Quo. Size, and Styje Number. PATTERN FREE! Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all Bines. Send 60 cents for Catalog. AT HEDSTONE BAgR UNTSVIkUiJ, Ale tAPJ-In an unassuming white building & l Redstone Arsenal, home pf the Army Missile Command, the engines and systems of future mjs- nre fraxen, baked, dronch- sftJL-splaahod, gun-burned, sandbluslod and nhook up in a series of torture chambers culled the Preflight Evaluation Laboratory, If a rocket iwrvlves this gantlet of man.made weather, it may very well be trucked to the Motor Cqndltlonlng'FaollUy, shoved Into one of three Insulated cells, and subjected to intense he&t or extreme cpld for as long as six months, Then H is taken to a static test stand and fired. TH» FIBB WAS U1IK, Wj|», »- U Wli * li(«cult rounding up the \^>. 'oiunte*r flrr 4fljwrlment te b»t- le ot)0 blu?e> _ twne operator Susie fjaty md to cell eflcj) lirtnwa fey te}»phone. fire rive/I w»e wi fir?-

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