Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 3, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, August 3, 1963
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M81 JSATURfiAV, AUGUST ALTON EVENING MVtfl OKANts Bid BEN BOLf in Fashion /AND STILL H6 CJOtBV. W6LL, WE'VE X\L£«tEO LKFTLE EVE By Alfred Attdriola HAVE NEWS, Yw£ HAVT* FOUND EVIDENCE PERHAPS, ABOUT ) THAT HE WAS MIWPIRE MY HUSBAND'S / 0y SUFFOCATION WITH A syNTHETIC ICE CALLED -1,-, *KEM-KOOL*.' EARS DON'T HfrAR IT THAT WAV, MRS. PERNOLD/ VCU ARC SHOCKED, OFFICER DRAKE?.. DO NOT BE, PLEASE/ ,. WHEN ONE TRULY UNDER STANDS JAZZ, IT CAN BE SAD.. EVEN TRAGIC/ By George Slxta By Dan Barry FLASH GORDON AN ASTOUNDIN& LEAP, FLASH.' LET ESON/ IT'S tW?X /S US BE OFF/ I-I FEEL (SOOD TO SEE VDU.V FAIUT AT THE SIGHT _-^< /*ic t/i/-veM/*i=/ HASH—EWRUNS/ X WAS AFRAID I'D NEVER SEE YOU ASAIN.' DON'T THINK* WASN'T/ JUST DROP US OFF IN THE 20U CENTURV, ESON. THEN yDU ANP rOUR TIME- HOPPCR CAM GO HOME.' .ESON POOR sur.' THIS WAS TOO MUCH FOR HIM/ JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbins POOR ; GRASPS! HE FEELS/ A UTTLB/, SILLY. $ /WAG/ME/ A O06 HOUSB WITH NO POOR I'LL FIX IT UP,BUT I DONTI HAVE A SAW TO DO -URves-so-we'u. tusr HAVE r" A A A LSC? All XDNTI •r 7-27 TOO 8I6.SRAMPS. HE WON'T GO IN/S\ BUT I KNOW HOW I CAW FIX IT UP FDR you. rrls A HOUSE FOR LOW-NESTING BIRPS. THE BERRYS By Carl Gmbert I JUST DONT LIKE THE IDEA OF SQUABBLING WITH SOME GAL FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE/ ITS LIKE ANYTHING ELSE YOU GET AS MUCH OUT OF IT AS YOU PUT IN/ IT ISNT JUST LIVING TOGETHER, BUT GIVING TOGETHER THAT MAKES A HAPPY MARRIAGE WHEN ARE VOU ^ THATS GOING TO GET rr 1 WHAT MY MARRIED, r-~n DAD KEEPS SONNY.-?,--' S ASXING/r- FRUITLESSLY THE SEARCH PARTY COMBS THE BASE] Wp/ABiof SIGNORI. Of THE CLIFF FDR THE FALLEN 6UIPE, ALFREPO,,,, fc 1-/00AW/ By Carl Anderson THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith <3ET ME WM EXMIBITIOM OF MODBRN ART SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney VE PRESENT DER PATIENT WITH A SHOCK SO PROFOUND HE MUST REACT VIOLENTiy. AAWZINSf f IPRESENTTHEM WHAT'S <> WITHABIU. VDUR \ FDR MY METHOD? SOME DOCTORS PRESENT THEM WITH /W CHOICE— OR, OTHERS PRESENT THEM WITH/WUNSOLVAeLE DILEMMA- By A. LBOKUM What Ingredients in Soap Mak Tilings Clean? Win the Britannica Junior 15 volume encyclopedia for schoo and home. Send your questions name, age, address to "Tell M Why!" care of this paper. In cas of duplicate questions, the autho will decide the winner. Today' winner is: Harris Smith, 8, Oceanside California. PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By BiU Yates WHAT ARE ALLTHOSE LITTLE DIALS AND DO-HICKIES . FOR? you SURE you DON'T HAVE ANY QUESTIONS A&OUT YOUR CAPSULE LIZ2/E? "There's a man here who wants your autograph, Ted!" Add fin elegnnt touch to a dresser, buffet, table with precious, handmade lace. Filet crochet finery—roses mid ribbons set off by Ince stitch. Pattern 500: chart; directions for scurf In 3 lengths, No. 30 or 50 cotton. Tlilrl.v-flvo cents In coins for (Ills pattern' — add IB cents for each pultern for first-class mulling nnd speclul handling. Send lo l/iiiira Whoelur, onrivof Alton Telegraph, (Hi, NoedlcoraM Dopl., P.O. Box Ifll, Old Chelsea Station, New York I.I, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Namoj Address and /one. Newest rage—smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our • new 19G3 Needlemtft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt, Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Thrifty Trio PRINTED PATTERN True Life Adventures DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney you said ft. 1 • ••but why? "TO RAISE CAIN^ ... lo create a rumpus, One authority says that this comes from Scotland or Ireland, where the Gaelic word "kain" or "cane" means paying for the rent' al of land with produce raised on it, Anyone "rait' ing coin" is actually raising produce to pay his rent, which is often occom- panied with ranting and raving, * 8-t Manufacturers of soap often at vertise that their product make things cleaner or whiter than oth ers. If this is so, it is not due the action of the soap itself but t special things that are added t the soap, such as "whiteners. Some chemicals give fabrics kind of "shine," and some soap have bleaches added. Soap is made by boiling fat and oils with an alkali. The fat and oils are usually animal tal lows and greases and vegetable oils. The alkalis are soda anc potash. Now how do these ingredients which make up soap, get thing clean? It seems hard to bellevi but science still doesn't knov the full answer! What really happens, as far as we can tell, 1: that soap adds to the cleansing power of the water. Some experts believe it happens this way. Soap breaks the greasy dirt into particles so small tha they can no longer repel the wa ter, They become .emulsified, or like a milky liquid, witli the water and are easily rinsed away. Another theory about how soap cleans is that soap lubricates the dirt particles. This makes it easer for the water to remove them, n other words, the soap makes he dire so slippery that it can not rang on the surface to which it las been attached- Water, as you may know, has •urface tension. This means it be- laves as If it were covered with thin elastic film- Tills surface ension keeps the water from get Ing in and under and around the mall particles of dirt, soot, and lust on the skin and in soiled fabrics. Soap dissolved in the wa- er Is supposed to lower the »Ui>! face tension so that the soapy so Jution can surround the dirt part cles and pry them off, making easy to flush them away. From this you can see that wha soap really does is help wate to remove the dirt. When dirt J removed — things are clean. No soap, but chemicals in the soap are what get things "winter." FUN TIME The Chuckle Box Teenager: Do you believe ir free speech? Storekeeper: Of course I do. Teenager: May I use you phone? John: Why do you go steady with her? Jack: She's different from oth er girls. John: How's that? Jack: She'll go out with me. DID YOU KNOW? If you know anything about the game of bridge, you know tills is perfect hand. But do you know what the odds are against your getting such a hand? Only 635, 013,559,000 to 1! Answer to yesterday's Puzzle; Ten, bjocks. Win the Britannjk* World Atlas or Yearbook of Events. Send your •iddles, jokes to: Riddles, Jokes, Tell Me Whyl" Today's winner s: Maria Buckmaster, 13, Mans- ield, Ohio. Cover Is Murder EDINBURGH •*• A ovel has been published in Scot and with a cover that looks like are skin. It to two holes unched in It to stimulate bullet 'ounds, Use Jiffy-Cut Pattern in one piece for "all-one" versions—or cut the tissue pieces apart and make each one of a different colored remnant. It's thrifty. Printed Pattern 4598: Misses' Medium Size only. See pattern for yardages. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 15 cents for each pattern for flrst-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adonis, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 248 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, Address, Zone, Size and Style Number. PATTERN FREE! Mail cou- ran inside new Tall-Winter Pat- :ern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send iO cents for Catalog. A WOMAN'S WORLD CANTON, Ohio (W» - Pretty Sue Scott, 16, has blazed one more rail 1 — although inadvertently — into a heretofore male domain. With an eye. to studying arch!- ecture in college, she enrolled In the mechanical drawing class at Canton's tjncoln High School. Vhat she didn't realize is that this ncludes metal and wood shop vork, including welding. She's the first girl ever to do t, and says the others in the class 'treat me like one of the boys— with a few differences." \VHEUE EXPLORERS CANOED SAUK <3TY, Wis, #~Tbe Wls- ionsin Conservation Department 5 proceeding with plans to re- reate the o}d canoe route down Wisconsin River taken by the 7th Century explorers, Father :ques Marquette and Louis oilet, The department will eg- abiWi wJJd,erneas campsites for anoeisU along the Wisconsin the 60-mile stretch from Saujt Sty to where the stream enters the Mississippi River in the wuthwegtern corner of the.

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