Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 13, 1963 · Page 12
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August 13, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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£3i* ALTON UAVtD By Cfdg tlessel KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola SO WE HAVE r^BUTSHEWASlOpK/HGAryW HEARD, MR. / WHEH SHE SAlO ' HA7ELL/ MISS DUBLIN WA5..UH.. VERY fly Jehtt Qttlleii...Mttfftifr LITTLE EVE By Jollta FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry IN THE FIRST PLACE, >f .. REMEMBER?/ VDC/6OT US HERE- NOW, YOU JUST HERE-MILLIONS OF / EASY YEARS IN THE PAST SMCLOOT... 6OTOSINTO THIS- VOU RUNT.'/ "* -WE'LL ROT/WE'LL YOU AND YOUR •%&>!!#>! At/AND WHAT'S TtME-MACHINE.' J WORE, «V BUSINESS WILL 60 TO RUIN.' TRYIN& TO MAKE OFF COOL OFF AND WITH THE TWIE- HOPPER TO RIPE HERD ON THE MARKET ...ASIDE PROM KEEPING AUVE, WE'VE GOT TO SET THIS MAC! JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Bobbins PASSING WITH THE SLEEPING pias PALMEP IN HIS 5'FUNNy,,.BAN5O SLEEP/, ALL'F SUPPEN,,. CAN'T KEEP EVE5 OPEN,,, FDOP.' BETTER MAKE THIS (JUICKANP SMOOTH „> WON'T HAVE ANOTHER CHANCE.' THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith SIR BAGBY By B. and B. Hackney I'VE NEVER HAD AN/ PERSONAL EXPERIENCE 'THE SUPERNATURAL HOWEVef?,7HE HISTOR/ ^ OF PSyCHIC PHENOMENA 1 IS SO WELL LX5CUMENTED I FIND IT D/FFlCULf TO DISMISS — PROFESSOR PHU1MBLE By Bill Yates CAN REMEMBER. THE MAINE/ AND I CAN REMEMBER THE ALAMO I ' AND I CAN REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR... ' WHV CAN'T I REMEMBER. THERE'S A BULL IN THIS PASTURE 8-13 DONALD DUCK you said ft! ,.. but why? "MOOCHffi" ^^^^^""""""""1""*"*"™ . . , q bum or free/coder, This was pronounced "mowcher" in old fng- /qnc/, where it originally meant a petty thief as well as a sponger, The wpro* i* possibly from the French "muchior," mean' ing to hide or skvlk , . , especially when the waiter comes round with the tab. RIVETS By George Sixta f, AUGUST 13,1963 Smart Topper fyCdi^mccfi* THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert IF THEREfe STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE rLEFT-.. OH, BOY/ LOOK' AT THAT LUSCIOUS MORSEI ITS ENOUGH TO MAKE VOUR MOUTH WATER/, DOES ANMONE CARE FOR HALF OF THIS LAST PIECE OF CAKE? For town, travel, cool evenings! Top casual clothes, heath, with this jacket. Knit a smart, slimming, medl- m-woiglit jacket — ideal year round. Hib-effcot pattern stitch, •ablcs. Pattern 811: sizes 324; 36-38 included. Thirty-five cents In coins for his piUtnrn — ndd 16 cents for itch pattern for first-claw moli- ng tuul spcclul handling. Send o ljuini Wlieelor, care of Alton telegraph, fiG, Nei-dlecrnft Dopt., ».O. Hoy 101, Old Oliolnen Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plain- Pattern Number, Name, Ad- iress and '/one. Newest rage — smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 1963 Veedlecraft Catalog — just out.' 'fishtons, furnishings to crochet, <nil, sew, weave, embroider, luilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Happy Sailor PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson >- OUT AMP EXERCISE HIM? TRUDY "Are you going to believe me—or the facts?" True Life Adventures FINAl- TSUGHT, , . C^ C ~S*7.i /_> .«k. V '•i'A , • f -"*. N- .V l A =J* ry-iV .. .^. ^rx i^N AUJN6 SON<3 BIRO THX3X <2OVBK FROM HIS ENEMIES . 'Cell Me By A. LBOKUM Why Do' We Get Thirsty? 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: Dennis Gilbert, 14, Tucson, Arizona. When we feel thirsty and have nothing to drink, we may suffer so much that we can think of nothing else. All of us have the experience of being thirsty at times — but can'you imagine how it would feel to-be thirsty for days and days? If a human being has absolutely nothing to drink for three weeks, he will die. Our body simply needs to replenish its liquid supply — and yet between 50 and 60 per cent of our weight is water! As a matter of fact, in the course of a day the average adult loses about two- thlrds of a quart of water through perspiration, and excretes about a quart of water to get rid of waste products. On the other hand, whether we drink or not, we also take in wa< ter. When the body digests food it obtains almost a third of a quart of liquid from this food per day. But tills process of losing water and gaining it isn't enough to keep the balance of water our body needs. Thirst is the signal our body gives us that it needs more water. Oryness In the mouth or throat is not what causes thirst, as many people believe. That dryness may be caused by many things such as nervousness, exercise, or just a lowing up of the flow of saliva, It is possible to make the saliva flow again (for example, with a little lemon juice), but this will not take care of our thirst. In (act, your saliva can bo flow ing fi-<jejy, your stomach and blood stream and bladder may be full of water — and you can still be thirsty! For example, people who drink whiskey at a bar may have tsken s«yeraJ drjWts still /eel IhJrsty - U they to have munctjed on sajty nuts or pretzels between drinks The reason for this is Dial thirs is caused by a change in the sal content of our blood. There is certain normal amount of salt am water in our blood. When thi changes -by having more salt ii relation to water in our blood thirst results. In our brain there is a "thirs center." It responds to the amoun of salt in< our blood. When then is a change, it sends message; to the back of the throat. From there messages go back to the brain, and it is this combination of feelings that makes us sa> we're thirsty. FUN TIME The Chuckle Box First' Grader: Daddy, I learn ed to write in school today. Father: What did you write? First Grader: I dont' know, haven't learned to read .yet. Jane: Did your watch stop when it hit the floor? Hank: Of course, you didn' think it would go through, d i ( you? EXTRA PRIZE! YOU FINISH IT You may win a Britannica World Atlas plus a Britannica Yearbook for finishing this draw ing. Origmarity and imagination count, Use this drawing, or cop> it any i size. Important: entries must be addressed "Drawing, 1 Tell Me Wiy, and give your name age, and address.' Answer to y«rter4ay'» Box; YprKtown, Win the Sritaoriiea World Al las or Yearbook of Events. Send your riddles, Jokes to; Riddles Jokes, "Tell Me WhyS" Today'- Qwin, 4952 SIZES 2-10 She's irresistible— the little girl who wears this saucy sailor dress with side pleats to flare It out widely. Easy-sew in crisp cotton with contrast braid and bow. Printed Pattern 4952; Children's Sixes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 takes 2% yards 35-inch. Fifty c«nts in coins for tills pattern — add IB cents for each pattern for flrnt-oloss mulling and spodal handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, m, Pattern Dcpt,, 843 W. 17th St., New York 11 ; N.Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Zone, Size and Style Number, Pattern Free! Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. FUJI'S YAOnT REDONDO BEACH, Calif. «JR) •The 165-Potomac, formerly the presidential yacht of Franklin D. Roosevelt, is on display as a museum In King Harbor. It is filled with momentoes of the Roosevelt era. The Potomac was built In 1934 as the U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat Electra. it was converted and renamed in 1935. The ship was host to kings,, queens, prime ministers and many other International figures and it was on board that President Roosevelt drafted the Four Free, doms. During the Truman administration, tha Potomac was trangfered to the state of Maryland. It later was purchased by private interests and most recently has been used as a cargo carrier, Present owners are seeking to tke the Potomac to the New York World's Fair in J864. TRJPQW-A Jlbei suit has arisen In Ubya concerning the use of quotation jprks in a newspaper story, Tfe jj^n bringing suit idmitshe ssW whst was m&x\e& but W IMS objection to me

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