Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 10, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, August 10, 1963
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By Cfefg tlessol ALTON EVEMNG -TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, AUUUSi 1 1U, .. , .;.-..;. ~-| J......'j..^»«>». KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Audi-tola EVEN IF DORELLE DUBLIN KNEW SHE WAS IN "BOOTS" FERNOLDtS YEAH?.. IF YOU'RE REPORTERS, BLOW/ „ I'M BUSY/ MAYBE WEVE GOT OURSELVES A SUSPECT, S6T. PRAKEf HALF / WILL, I CAN'T BELIEVE MILLION DOUARS WORTH <f^\ SHE'D KILL HIM TO OFNI6HTCLUB IS A LOT OF MOTIVE.' FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry NO, FLASH-WHEN THE TIME- HOPPER SOT JAMMED IN THIS TIME-ZONE, AND WE HAD TO LEAVE BUT QUICKLY, J REMEMBERED AN'EXTRA' FEATURE ON MY VEHICLE... E60N, WHAT HAPPENED? THE LAST I REMEMBER, WE WERE ABOUT TO BE TRAM PLED By A MASTODON .' DID X BLACK OUT *• ...THE SFWCE-WARP/ WHICH CHANGES OUR IOCATIOH INSTANTLY/ SO I USED IT/ WE'RE STILL IN THE SAME CENTURY - BUT ON ANOTHER CONTINENT... AND SAFELY AWAV FROM THOSE BEASTS/ JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbins TOWN-CKAFTFROM COPTER. KOTOKS COULVBLOW A MAN OFF THE FACE OF THE CLIFF? HADN'T THOUGHT OF THAT,, THANKS.' IF WE'RE SET ANX SHOTS OF THAT JOHNNY BREAKS UP SNAP'S TETE-A-TETE AND HURRIES HIM AWAY AS KANE WATCHES,,,, NOW IF I CAN JUST SEPARATE THAT SWEPI5H PILOT FROM HIS COPTER AS EA5IL THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith PARENT'S WsXE A BV3 MISTAKE WHEN TVIEV NVITH THEt^ KIPS, NEEP PfeRENT? SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney tfyou THINK GHOST WRITER REALLY LIVES HERBS' I / I WOULDNT 11111 ' BE SURPRISED PROFESSOR PHUMBLE FEEL LIKE A MILLION DOLLARS IN THIS OUTFIT! By Bill Yates i XWELL, LIZZIE, | ( THAT SUIT COST | \.#f 50,000.' "C ^"^^-*-«. WHY D HE HAVE TO TELL ME THAT? NOW IFEEL. LIKEA BARGAIN &ASEA4ENT 8-10 DONALD DUCK By.Walt Disney WHAT AN IDEA? QUICK, eETM>0 CHECKBOOK.'J?Of= BUVINS raOA^ETHINS? I'M .CEFJTAINLV 6OINS TO TRY.' WAIT OUT HERE WHILE > I CLOSE THE PEAU/ HOW O' VOW UKE THAT.O WOULDN'T SELL/ ) " J *~'»l I I —I -^ you said ft! . * t but why? Si-i^ WRITER" As a spook is unseen, so it is with the ghost writer, He's an anonymous scribe who creates books or speeches which are credited to some VIP. This goes back to about 1 850, when politicians found themselves too busy to prepare the speeches expected of (hem. BIG BOLT By John Cullefi Miifphy DUMP THE KID OPP, EDDIE. LITTLE EVE By Jollta RIVETS By George Slxta a-io ] ) -1 THE BERRYS J1MMIE, T THE BALL GAME IS LEAVE IT COMING ON SOON/ By Carl Grubert OH, MY ACHING HEAD/ I CANY STAND THAT ALL PETER, WHY DONVYOU TREAT THE BOYS.^.T THEM OUT TO THE PurrJect T&mh Please a hostess, make a hit al n bazaar with pot-pretty towels in gay colors. Brighten towels with appealing embroidery in swift, running, singlo-stilch, Fun for a child lo do, too. Pattern 728: six 5>/jx8- inch motifs. Tlilrt.v-flv« c«ri(s In coins for Mils (Mltei'ii — add 15'cents for each pullcrn for Mrsl-oliWH matt\\\K mill N|>«iiliil bundling. Send to Ijuirn Wliwdw, cure of Alton Tttli'Kruph, «(i, NtM-dlecruft Depl., P.O. Itox Mil, Old GlinlNoii Station, Ni-w York II, N. V. Print plainly PiUtiM-n Number, Name, Address Illlll /(IMC. Newest rago—smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Needlecrnft Catalog — just out!. Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. For Teen's Tempo PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson 0 0 ISTiS 8-10 TRUDY f-io jnt Ft.!;.,,, Syndta . xg«u rif M. MOT,!. "Ted, I'm no longer mad at you!" By A. LEOKUM WHAT CAUSES SMOKE? Win the Britiuinica 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: Anne Novick, 11, Scotia, N.Y. | ( fs True Life Adventures NATURE'S WAYS V.'^vs, :f{A^ '^^3;S%^^^:^^ IN THE SUMMER, THeSE WATEKWAVS T7&.y UP '' " BECOME THE *-••'' jS,V.^ OWN CHANNELS. ••^> Smoke is the result of a fuel not burning completely. "Complete combustion," as we might describe it technically, is not taking place. If a fuel were able to burn completely, there would be no smoke. In almost any fire you see whether it's a campfire or the logs burning in your fireplace 'smoke is being given off. The reason is that it's very difficul to create the conditions that wil enable any fuel lo burn com pletely. The fuel must be brought into contact with enough air for full oxidation at a high enough temperature. This is especially true wit! solid fuels, such as wood or coal But a kind of coal called anthracite, is able to burn without creating smoke, The reason for this is there is no volatile matter in anthracite. (This is matter that turns to vapor at ordinary tern peratures. Such matter has been squeezed out of anthracite.) Bituminous, or soft coal, burns with a great deal of smoke, This is because this coal changes to gases and vapors at low temper atures. The production of smoke in our big towns by various factories and industries has becqme quite a problem, ' contain all | ultra-violet rays from the sun Smoke contains particles of mat ter on which water vapor con denses and forms fogs. Sue smoky fogs have been known t cause deaths among people will lung and heart diseases. And o course the acids that are in the smoke can destroy building ma terials and plant life. As a result of all this, many states and local communities are passing laws to prevent in dustry from using fuels that pro duce smoke, or trying to contra smoke in other ways. •10 since smoke may kinds of harmful acids and chemicals. Smoke can be damaging to health, property, vegetation, and cost the people a great deaj of money for main, tenance, washing, cleaning, and even for artificial lighting. In some big manufacturing ;pwnB dwlng winter month* there may be half as much 8«i, shine as In the country, This means people Jose the benefit gt , FUN TIME The Chuckle Box Son: Dad, can you sign your name without looking? Dad: Of course I can. Son: Good, will you close your eyes and sign my report card? Bill: Did you hear about the accident at the army base? Jim: No, what happened? Bill; A jeep ran over a pop corn box and killed two kernels. Why We Say It A comet going through the sky often has a long tail, The word "comet" conies to us from the Greek "Ko'metes"_-\vhloh meant wearing Jong hair." And doesn't a comet look like a star wearing long hair? Win the UrlUinnlciv World Atltvs or Yearbook of Events, Bond your rWaien, Jokes tot Kiddles, Jpke*. "Tell We Why!" TO- d»y'« winner l»! Qheryl Hughe> W, St. Peters, burg, Fla, New BJel Needed ROMI5 *- A l-hark in Italy'* iegest acquarlum is, billed as a man-eater but recent examination vvfl that he has an ulcer. Teens move to a lively tempo the moment the clock strikes school-time, The dress they want is lightly fitted with swinging pleats that flash in and out. Sew it in cotton, blend. Printed Pattern 4942: Teen Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16. Size 12 takes 2% yards 39-inch fabric. Thirty-five cents In coins, for itj pattern—add IS cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling, Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17tli St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Zone, Size and Stylo Number. PATTERN FREE! Mail cou- oon inside new Fall-Winter Pat- :ern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes, Send 50 cents for catalog. Drama for City Divisions CLEVELAND (/P)-Dramatlc decals are used on many of the city's vehicles to illustrate their assignment, Cleveland uses St. George slaying a dragon for the sewage disposal division, the Norse god Thor for the light and power >ranch, and a "big hand" for he water department, for example. Law director Bronls J. Klem- entowioz ruled recently that such vehicles do not have to be ettered with the city's name, remarking: "We don't want to make the city cars look HKe billboards." Bile I'ut On COLUMBUS, Ohio (#) «. An accident reported by the 13Jst Tftoflca) Fighter Group sounds more like the calvary than »jot ighter outfit, amog c. Davis, an njrman econd glass j n the Air National Gi4«rd outfit, wa» the vlotlm- VWie on active duty lor train* ng at LocHbourne AlF Fere* Base, he was btttm by n t the base riding staWes,

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