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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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, AUGUST 7,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH flesset KX^ j6f/, I ^ri^'l O-WI/ U~**SK lai fj//, { 1MT GIRL BROKE THROUGH W/// VllfefWUjfa'DlttTflW«1 T'f' VTD HER QUICK/ ^ KERRY DRAKE m ABOUT MRS. FERNOLD BEIN0 AM WOW STATUE/.. SHE. WASN'T FAKING THAT FAINT i v WHEN YOU TOLP HER 'BOOTS «"* *H HAD BEEH MURPlrf?0P/ By Alfred Amiriola THE FEELIN& THAT WHAT SHOCKED HBR WAS HBARIN© HEPIEDOFSUF- FOCAttON," PffAKE SAYS, AsTH6V ENTERTHE ROOM. OVER HIS WILL/.. THERE IS ONE RATHER •BUSINESS AFFAIRS?.. I WAS JU5T SOING FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry OH, NOT WAITING TO GIVE TH6V\ THE CHANCE.. TIIAT PIP IT// NOW WE Afff IN FDR IT.' ARB SRA7ERS/ THE/ WON'T BOTHER YOU IF MOU PONT. JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbing ARRIVIN& AT CORTINA P'AMPEZZO,. JOHNNY AMP SNAP TAKE OFF IMMEDIATELY FOR THE SCENE OF THE ACCIPENTV,. ANI7 tATER,/, I LOOKS LIKE I/ WITH AT LEAST ONE • - I UAI c THC M O p. ' fM 5AWRT ENGLISH TO ANTICIPATE YOUR METH07 OF COVERINS- 'AN' IF I HAP MY CHOICE OF REPORTERS TO FERRY AROUNP5 SNAP,,, I'P RATE HER MUCH PRETTIER THAN COfJRESPDNPENTS IN EUROPE ARE ON THE SCENE, PAL,,. THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith HV PACD LOST A <3TOO< Ttc G<ofjte Mutbw Ailtoii Sertke. Inn WE STEPPED PID A. HVP-UP AU_ U\« PROPPED OUT OP Jrr: g-7 SIR BAGBY I'VE BABBIT NOW. HANG OHf TWINKLE TWINKLE TWINKUE TWINKLE 8-7 By R. and B. Hackney ' YOU KNOW, I COULD" WRITE A BOOK ABOUT THE CHARACTERS I MEET IN THIS BUSINESS- TWINKLE TW.IN.KLE PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By BiU Yates VOU GENIUS! >OU D/D IT! —A FULL- COURSE STEAK •DINNER (N A LITTLE TUBE' FJRSTIPUT/NTHE APPETIZER, THEN ON TOP OF THAT; THE MEAT, AND THEN ON TOP OF ' THAT I PUT THE PES,.. WELL/ BACK TO THE OLP LAB DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney WEUL, PACK TO THE OLP IRONING BQM2D,' you said ft f ' ...but why? "TO TURN TURTLe" Early sailors observed Caribbean natives catching turtles by waiting until one came ashore to lay her eggs, then, seizing-a flip' .per, would turn her over ! on her back where she'd be helpless. Thus, mariners spoke of a capsized ship as "turning turtle," and anything else that wa» upside down. BIG BOLf By Jtohfi Otillen Murphy " OF MY OWN KID! WON 'tDO Iff MISTER OVEFt THE W/LLEtj LITTLE EVE By Jollta Trpmnr® Vofemr 6 it*. RIVETS By George Sixta YOU CANT COMPETE WITH HIMjAND LI KB IT wwew soMe STICKS HIS TONGUE our AT you/ HAHAHAHA THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert AH, MAN./ THIS IS LIVING/ PETER/ YOU DIDNT TELL ME YOU WERE GOING TO SHOWEC TONIGHT.' I HAD PLANNED TO WASH MY HAIR, IF THERE WERE ENOUGH HOT WATER AFTER THE DISHES AND THE CHILDRENS' BATHS/ HOW ACE WE FIXED I FOR COLD WATER? Kmbroider this charming panel it) pretty coloi's lo decorate wall above crib. Baby's own sampler—a Rift lo delight mom, will intrigue baby as he grows up. Pnllorn 782: transfer 10x18 inches; color scheme; directions. Thirty-five cents in coins for (his pultcrn — add 15 cents for I'lich pattern for first-class mail- hiK mid special handling. Send to I,nura Wheeler, cure of Alton Telegraph, (Hi, Necdlecraft Dept., P.O. liov 161, Old Chelsea Station. New York 11. \. Y. Print plainly Pattern Nuniher, Name, Address and Zone. Newest ra^c—smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new ]!)(53 Needlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Seas on-Spanner PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson TRUDY Cell Me By A. LEOKUM How Did Oil Get Into the Ground? Win the Britannica Junior 15- volume encyclopedia lor school and home. Send your questions, name, age, address to "Tell Me Why!" care of this paper. In case of duplicate ijuos'ions, the author will decide the winner Today's winner is: i Paula Stanley, 3, Pacific Palisades, California. "You'll have that three-minute egg in twenty minutes—I'm going downtown to get some eggs!" k True Life Adventures When we say somebody h a s struck r\\ t \ve mean they have found "petroleum" in the ground. The word "pi'iroleum," comes from the l.alin and means "rock oil." Scientists believe that petroleum was formed from ploiits and animals lhai lived ay;es (/go in and ai-Hind warm seas Mint covered much of the earth. As the plants and animals died, I hey piled up on the sea bottom. In lime, millions of tons of sand and mud covered them. Under this great pressure, the mud and sand changed to rock. The plants and animals turned 10 a dark liquid trapped in the pores of the rock, As the earth's crust moved up and down at times, parts of the old sea floor became dry land. Some of the liquid in the rock oozed to the surface of the earth where men first noticed it. Although oil men do not know where oil is sure (o he found, (hey do know it is most likely to bo found in rocks that used lo be the bottoms of old soas. However, oil docs not collect in all these rocks. 11 collects in places called "traps." An oil trap is not an underground "pool," as many people imagine. It consists of porous rock between layers of nonjwr- ous rock. The layers are usually tilled or folded upward.Tlie oil .collects in liny spaces in tlw rock. Gas, oil, and water are often found together in a trap. The pressure of (he gas and water pushes Hie oil lo the surface, If this pressure stops, (he oil stops flowing, and then the well lias to be pumped. Whi'ii somebody goes searching for oil, he uses scientific instruments to help him find oil traps. These instruments don't show whether or not oil actually exists at certain places. All they do is indicate the kind of rocks that exist underground, since certain kinds of light rocks are more likely to have oil traps than others. 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Miller, who is 77, has lo keep tabs on all the big signs outsldo the Majestic Theater, and, as ho puts it, "every day a bulb burns out." The chore during summer lie notes "is nice, bul the pigeons innoy you. In the winter it gels so cold, your hands freeze on Ihu pliers." Miller bus no intention of retiring, however, SultlngH l''ur Two NKW YORK (API- -The husband-wife designer learn of William and Jean Kckai'l is at work on settings for a brace of musicals upcoming during the noxt Broadway season. Presently reprusoulod wl|!i "Never Too Lulo," HIH! "Sho Loves Me," Ihu pair ura bundling "Hero's Love," which will »liu' Janis Paige, and "A Old In He- member,"' wltli Carol BtwwU In the • title rolo, SSN ***? '' ?-f! ,- ,., -,f*|

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