Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 26, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 26, 1963
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ALTON EVENING MOMMY, AUGUST 26, 1963 DAVID OttAMfi By Cfelg tlessel KERRY DRAKE By Alfred AndHola •|«W, 1-nMNK-n N<*«pi POLICE RECORDS HAVE REVEALED SOME INTERESTING RACTS ABOUT THE "CLUB SS* MANAGER/.. fitG BEN BOLf By John Citllen Murphy AWRtHA AND THABOBUft AK6 MM ftecAuse SOMETIMES > MV WANNED IS BEN Bott HAS SOMETIMES t cuss TOO- UW6L6 tH4D 06US WILL tAKg WHAT'S H4PP6NIMS IHSlPETHIS HOUSE? LITTLE EVE By Jollto ..WHICH IS ANOTHER REASON FOR PUTTIN6 HER UNDER 6UARD, S<5T. TWO OF HAZELfS ; AMP DOREU.E WIVES del? IN < DUBLIN is WIPE ACCIDENTS, JOHNNY/.. \ NUMBER THE FIRST IN AN AUTO CRASH..THE SECOND bl BY DROWNING' THE &RL IS SAVIN® FOOUSH THWSS, RkS6)E.'..WE MUST MEET WITH HER..AT ...AND REASON WITH HER.' ^•^S^S'S^^aj^'-iiX "*• By George Slxta FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry DONT WORRY. ]/BUTVOUI?£ TH' REGULAR^ PLAYIMS CSNT6I? FIELDER. WAY TDC peep/ HOW D'VA EXPECT TO STAY ON THE TEAM WITH HIM BOTHERING YOU? SO NOBODV CAN eves CHAUK UP ANV ERRORS A3AINST MS! FLASH....HELP ME.... HELP ME! GIVE ME STRENGTH! I CAN'T LET YOU DIE! . | NOBOOVS GOIMSTO I HIT A BAUU OUTHER6 N^-^FLASH'S LIFE, DALE LIFTS A SPfAR, SHUTS HER EYES...AND POISES TO STRIKE,.., BUT FATE INTERPOSES ITS HAND... A HUNGRY INTRUDER WILL FORCf THE DECISION) ....BUTHER ARMS REMAIN FROZEN! JOHNNY HAZARD MAVI5E, BIR6IT,,, MAYBE NOT/ LOOK, I7IP YOU SET ANV SHOTS,,, WHEN IT HAPPENEPF WE ARE ALL UPSET BY OF FALLEN 6UI7E.' MR, KANE CAUSED IT, TRUE,, BUT ONLY BY ACCII7ENT./ N-NOTHIN&/ 1-1 | THEN MV TELEPHOTO WAS 50 SHOCKED J 5HOT5 ARE THE ONLY " KETORP OF THE INCIDENT./ LET'S PEVELORANP SEE WHAT LlSHT THE/ THROW ON THINSS.' By Frank Robbins nv j WHILE ABOVE, IN HIS ROOM/ KANE RESTS WITH AN EASY CONSCIENCE,,, A FORTUNE IN JEWELS IN THAT MINK-LINE? EAGLE'S NEST,,,/MINE NOW./ JUST HOLE UP HERE TILL THE NEWS CROWP PULLS OUT,,, THEN I SO BACK t FOR'IT./ THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith IV\ PLIES £ «fes- SHI BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney 0* POOR CHAP, 111 I HE'LL NEVER BE AT I PEACE UNTIL HIS SEARCH IS ENDED. •^VCRWV WATS HE LOOKING FOR 2 AFRESH RAZOR BLADE. ^1! %-!(, PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates PHUAABLE, YOU'RE A STUPID GOOF/ AND I OUGHT TO PUNCH YOU IN THE NOSE/ ...HOW'D you LIKE TO STEP OUTSIDE AND SAY THAT DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney ll Dliniy FrodutHini U EI|tU Humid you said ft! ' ...but why? "GROG" . . . rum diluted with water. T/iis drink took i/s name from tho nickname of //$ instigator, Admiral Vernon of fhs Royal Navy, who woi known as "Old Grog" because he habitually wore o long grogram (coarse silk and mohair) coat. THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert PETER, DO SOMETHING ABOUT THAT MOSQUITO/ LAYING A TRAP FOR HIM/ HENRY By Carl Anderson tell Me "I figured the only way to show you what I do all day is not to do it." True Life Adventures FINGER FIGHTING TWO ORANGUTANS FU&HT.... "... THERE OR B NO AT puce THEV ATTEST HIS STOKMV By A. LKOKIM How Do We Grow? Win The 15 - Volume Britannica Junior Encyclopedia for school and home. Send your questions, name, age, address to "Tell Me Why!" care of this paper. In cas of duplicate questions, the autho will decide the winner. Today winner is: Mike Raich, 12, St. Petersburj Fla. All living things grow. The grow in structure (shape, slz and how they are made), and function (what they can do). The most important forces tha cause growth lie inside it from i beginning. These forces are cal ed its heredity. Animals, inclui ing human beings, have stages < growth. These are embryo an fetus (not yet born) infan child, youth, mature adult, an old age. Some creatures have hard! any infancy. Some birds can fl as soon as they hatch. The guine pig can take care of itself three days after birth, The human b ing is not an adult until he : about 20 years old. At birth an Infant already ha all the nerve cells he will eve have — the cells In his brain, ir his spinal cord, and those tha reach out into every part ol h body. The growth of the connw tions ^between these nerve eel .vill enable him to control h: movements, to learn, and to be have like the people In' his socle' So all human beings are muc alike in their growth. But ther are important individual diffei eiices. Boys and girls all follov the same general pathway growth, but each one follows jt ir his own particular way and a his own speed. People's bodies grow faster 1; the early weeks ol life than at any other time. Even before the em of the first year, they are growing less rapidly. Through the whol period of childhood, they grow a a moderate rate. Then growtl stuns to, speed up again, FQT girls this usually begin; between agei 11 and 13, and fo«ln« men oveweaa, boys between 12 and 14. For while they grow faster until thej reach a top speed. Then they slow down again and grow more slow ly until growth in height stops al together. They have reached ful size. Growth in height ana growth in weight often takes turns in a person. First he grows upwarc for a while, then sideways. Foi many people there is a "chubby' period that happens somewhere around 11 or 12 years. But then their height begins to catch up in the next years and the chubi ness is gone. FUN TIME The Kiddle Box 1. Who was the first skin diver? 2. Where is the best place for a bathroom scale? 3. Why do you always find something in the lasi place you look? Answers 1. A mosquito, 2, In front of a refrigerator. 3. Because you stop looking for it. THK TRICK BOX Arrange ten coins in a triangle as shown. Challenge your friend to reverse the triangle by moving only three coins. These coins need not be next to each other. The trick is: move the 7 next to the 2, the 10 next to the 3. Then move the 1 below the 8 and 9, Win the Britannica World Atlas or Yearbook of Events. Send your riddles, jokes to: Riddles, Jokes, "Tell Me Why!", Today's winner s: tonald Ferguson, Worcester, Mass. QI'S Return Howe Portuguese are being brought home from A{< 'tea in great numbers as. a ret ult of the rising costs of keep- Suit tier to o T Suit n girl smartly with this outfit that is double-breaslcd; lins cable trim. Young '"' fashionable knit suit •ideal for chilly days, school. Easy pattern stitch. Pattern 708: directions sixes 2, <l, 6, 8 Included in sport yarn. Tlilrtj'-flvo eenlH In coins 'or this pnfluru — ml (I 115 cents (or (Midi palturn for Ural-claim mall- Ing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, care <>f Alton Telegraph, (id, Needlecraft Depl., P.O. Box 1(11, Old Chelsea Station, New York II, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address and /one- Biggest Bargain in Needlecraft History! New 1!)G'I Ncedleoratt Catalog has over 200 designs, costs only 25 cents! A "must" if you knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt, smock, do crewelwork. Hurry, send 25 cents right now. 7-2-3 Shift PRINTED PATTERN 4638 ' SIZES 10-18 Who, but who, could guess that a dress so smart could be so easy? Slim, sleek, no waist seams—wear it belted, unbelted. Tucks? Simple! Printed .Pattern 4638: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 requires 3& yards 35-inch fabric. Fifty cents in coins for thin pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-ohms mulling; and special handling, Send to Anno Adams, euro of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., Now York 11, N.Y. Print plainly Name, Address, /one, Size and Style Number. Pattern free! Mail coupon Inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sixes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. Toll.A-Wonmii LOUISVILLE UP) ~ Communication was a hollering proposition around the turn or the century, R. F. Anderson recalls that two women, the Beck sisters, would stand on n high point ol rock jutting over Barren River. He says both easily could b« heard across the water, "Boats were slowed down, or even stopped, abreast of Sallys Rock for the exchange of news and .questions. "Tell Jett Hines to find out what feathers are bringing in Bowling Green' or 'Aunt Trudy Jones is sick and wants somebody to tell her folks in Calhoun. 1 , "In a phoneloss and almost roadless day," Anderson says, "the zeal of the Beck sisters did, much to make life brighter by simply passing the word." Didn't Got Away JACKSONVILLE, Fla. WMVith heir getaway car broken down, wo youths were arrested on burg- ary charges as they pushed the prippled vehicle along. Police said he pair related they left the car motor running but that it stalled while they were gone and they couldn't start it again,

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