Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 6, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 6, 1963
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?tJiSSt>A¥, AUGUS? 6,1963 JBAVffi KERRY DRAKE WERE HERE AGAIN/ THEY KNOW "BOOTS* WAS MURDERED.. AND HAVE HARDLY LEFT TOE FERNOtO PENfWCUSE WHEN Toy fAN DARTS TO THE PHONE.' By Alfred Andrlola I ALMOST SAVE EYER/THINS AW4Y.. BY FAJNTIN&. SAIP HE RED OF SUFFOCATION/ XXJ SWORE- TO ME THAT CHEMICAL ICE LEFT NO TRACES ACTER rr TURNED TO eAs/.. euNGLexf^ t AM 7EMFTFP TO CALL OFF MV FfiKT OF , OUR DEAL ' 810 By John Collen Mttffihy LITTLE EVE By Jollta FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry RIVETS By George Sixta Y/EVE TRAVELS? A COUPLE CP MILLION VEARS.' BUT Y/FRE A tOffcS YffiY FROM THE'J0t5 DCN'T STT TKE?E Y6TYE ME . W«UMG-ORWEtL THAT SUN.' XUi B£ MclOOT/.' YOU FOOL . T FIKEff JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Bobbins STOP OH-OHf \LOOKIN6 THERMS THAT AT AA6- NEW FRESH GIRL M-M-MY MOM TAUGHT ME NEVER TO STICK MY TONGUE OUT- A I / THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert WHETHER ALFKB/O 15 ALIVE OK HOT,, TOSS IS NOTHWS- I CM POASO/T n NOW/ CAN ONLY RETUi^ TO TfE CHALET A»S7 SWEAT /TOUT,,, As A aswnc RESCUE ATTEMPT ts LMJHCHH?, NEW OF THE GUVes FKEPKAffBTT tS RASHB7 THROUGHOUT BKOPEl ti ATHENS*, eer WTO A FRAME OF AVNP, JOHNNY^ WE'RE COVERIN5-WAT 'AtMAUaoSEST TOWN 15 gPRTINA P'AMPEZZOj WE JET THERE*, ARRAN6EFDKA RBfiW. COPTER- f AHfmEN WE PlAX TOUCH TAS AMON6 THEOIFF5 OF 7JC CttOAUTES, EH,$NAP? HOff COME YOU ALWAYS PICK BEAUTIES fOR ME, THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith •* You UVE ^ ON£ WAR/- fix Cerfc DOES rr MEAN ANYTHING IF A GIRL. WINKS AT THAT AU. DEPENDS, RAL, OH NM4ETHER OR NCT , SHE'S WEARING FALSE] EYELASHES/i 9if HENRY By Carl Anderson -S3 AAt*. SMITH'S CAR IS STUCK IN THE MUD \ e-t Knit a shlfl to wear everywhere for fnll, nil year! Smart with or without bell. Slimming cable panels! Pattern stitch tightly knotted—won't sag. Use Germunlown nylon or knitting worsted. Pattern 951: size 32-34; 3G-38. Tlilrty-flvn wrnts In coins for Ihis pattern — add Ifi cents for each pattern for first-class mall- Ing and special handling. Send to Lntira Whcolcr, care of Alton Telegraph, «0, Needleeraft Dept., I'.O. Box Ifil, Old Chelsea Station, New York II, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address and • Zone. Newest rage—smocked accessories plus '208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quill. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Pleat-Pretty PRINTED PATTERN SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney 1 KNOWTHERESA ff IN THERE SOMEWHERE. 8-6 I THINK SNS2K 15 GETTING TOOOLPFOR THIS SOOT OF THING HE'S STARTING TO LOSS WS HARE TRUDY PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates DOESN'T THIS MAKE YOU NERVOUS, < DOr/T BE SILLY/ THIS IS NOTHING! REMEMBER THE JOB I HAP BEFORE I VOLUNTEERED FOR THIS ONE?.' .TEACH/NG THIRD GRADE.' C K»n roaun Sfndkne, tat, WJ. WucM r "Okay, lady, Where's the fire sale?" DONALD DUCK T By Walt Disney I DONT KNOW IF 1 WAKE HIM, DAIS',.,. v HE<3 TAKINS^A NAP^J HIM WHO'S CALLING,/ ,r J~* AND THEN HE WENT BACK TO St-EEP/ True Life Adve.ntures saidrt! why? but "TILL THC COWS COMS HOME" This old saying goes back to at least 7 600, one/ refers to a lengthy wait, or to the Me hours someone keeps. The express/on relates to ffie fact that cows </pn'f usually come to fhe home gates for the morning milk' Ing until gt least sunrise, JXJP.** 1 O JUS ^ »5 *• . WiJiDtewr fntoeOau t .lift • WcrH JUtfu Cwrmi * ,»;.:fl Hrfe A, HOT T?AV OVER A MEXICAN U^OBK i y AM? TURKEY BUZZARDS HAVEs THE»R Eyss ^s^^^ BTH1NS ^ E ^^ A By A. LEOKUM How Is Cheese Made From MUk? 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: Ann Scholey, Fort Worth, Texas. There is a story that about 3,500 years ago a traveler filled his canteen (made from a sheep's stomach) with milk and started on a journey. He had a long, hot trip over the desert and did not stop to eat until long after nightfall. When he did, he found his canteen filled with a white, solidified mass. "Rennet," a part of the digestive juices still remaining in the dried sheep's stomach, had turned the milk to cheese! Rennet is still used in making cheese, while some cheeses use special bacteria. Let's see how milk is turned into cheese by considering the making of a typical cheese—Cheddar.' It begins with fresh milk. Then a "starter" is added to the milk. This starter is composed of lactic acid bacteria and they cause the milk to develop a "slight acidity, This is known as the "ripening" of the milk. Ripening of the milk is one of he most important steps in cheese making. In this way the cheese maker makes sure he'll obtain a irm curd (the solid portion). Vhen the ripening has reached a certain stage, enough rennet is added to cause the formation of a curd within 25 to 35 minutes, irm enough to cut. The curd is cut to enable the moisture to get out. , After th§ curd has the proper body and aojdjiy, fte whey is drawn off. The whey ig the water. The curd cubes are then matted, salted, and pressed into molds for curing, gome varieties of cheese are cured for a few weeks, while others may be cured for as long as two years, Cheese was one ol the first foods manufactured by man and Is made n almost all parts of the world, tVe think of cheese as being made from cow's milk, but almost any kind of milk can be and is used. In desert countries and in Mongolia, they use camel's milk, in Tibet they use yak's milk, in many parts of Europe goat's milk is used. In the Artie they even use reindeer milk! Did you know that the United State produces more than 1,000,000,000 pounds of cheese a year? FUN TIME The Riddle Box 4526 SIZES 2-8 Little girls have all the fun— and fashion news in this pleat- pretty style! Simple, straightaway sewing with no stop for waist seams. Choose broadcloth, shantung, dacron. Printed Pattern 4526: Girls' ••• tuiLuu jr ciLiuiJl *Ju4D IjlrlS 1. What is the difference be- Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 6 takes 1% Veen a nnzp fitihfpr anri n man , 1. ..,- , . ... *""•» J-TB tween a prize fighter and a man with a cold? 2. What paper should make the best kites? 3. What is worse than a giraffe with a sore throat? Answers 1. One knows his blows and the other blows his nose. 2. Flypaper. 3. A centipede with a corn on each foot. EXTRA PRIZE! YOU FINISH IT yards 45-inch fabric. Fifty cents in coins Kor this pattern — add 15 oenta for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adonis, oaro of Alton Telegraph, 177, patteni Dopt., W» W .nib St., Now YorkU/N. V. Print plainly Name, Address, , , Size and Style Number. PATTERN FREE! Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pat- You may a Britannica World Atlas plus a Britannica Yearbook for finishing this draw- Ing. Originality and imagination count, Use this drawing, or copy it any size. IMPORTANT: entries must be addressed "Drawing," Tell Me Why, and giev your name, age, and address, Answer to yesterday's Puzzle Box: You Found The Hidden Sentence. Win the Britannica World Atlas or Yearbook of Events. Send your riddles, Jokes to; Riddles, Jokes, "Tell Me Why!" Today's wwner is: , ' Patrick.Anern, 12, Halifax, Nova Scotja. JSJ7 1 ., c ? tak » rea ^y now! Over 300 design Ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. GREAT LOVERS CAPETOWN, South Africa OB Lions are great lovers, says George Booker, who has been taking care of them for more than a half century, Booker, n, recently retired as caretaker of the Groote Schuur tain. on the slopes of Table Moun- Lions," says' Booker, "can teach us humans a lot. They are much kinder to their females than men we. They are more protec- live, more _ tolerant, more faith- exception, But lions also are the laziest animals in the world In Booker's view. "I'm certain these chaps here don t even know they're in cap'*** long ** toey get Ihelr "^ wouldn't dream of 'see- Wig what's on Hie other side of ttie fence. They just »tay put." Abe Was First FRANKFORT, Ky. Kentucky naUve Abraham Lincoln was the first U, S. president porn outside the original 33 colonies, 25? S«ve m -~ Can- lh|8 JslaiKl wWch name to sardines are try- a wt V tQ Pl|t "« JM« nwlwt I" bo(Ues In- They

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