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September 6, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, September 6, 1963
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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1963 DAVID CRANK By Crelg Flessel nwr* i v-xu w^ii \_A_^|Vit; /lUwTVtJ WITHOUT I . TROUBLE, ELLf EN, OR I'LL HAVE YOU / !.*' TAKEN BY THE PROPER HOSPITAL —^ '* JTENI04NIS. OH/HCLIO, DR.CULVfP i /4H,-KOtV/ARE YOU? VERY WELL, THANK YOU, MRS. tVlLCOX,.. 13 EILEEN HERE f KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola I'VE T YOU'VE 6OT FRESH SCRATCHES BEEN <1 ON YOUR CHEEK.'.. IF SCRAPINGS IN THIS A FROM UNPER VOUR WIFE'S OFFICE MAILS MATCH YOUR. BLOOD, ALL PAY/ fa=mr YOU'LL BURN.' REACH FOR THAT PESK PRAWER AND I'LL SHQO7 f QUIT STALLING, ^ HAZEIL.' YOU WERE MARRIED TO PORELLE DUBLIN .. AND WE CAN PUT YOU AT THE SCENE OF HER DEATH.' ?.. WIFE?.. WHAT THE DEVIL ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT, S6T. DRAKE? FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry THE PALIO! OF COURSE WE'RE IN SIENA! TH ROMANTIC ITALY. A HORSE RACE! A RITUAL HORSE RACE THAT'S STJLL GOING ON IN THE 20 TH CENTURY! JUST THINK, FLASH- YOUlt BE RIDING IN THE ORIGINAL.' ISN'T IT EXCITING? YOULL , ALWAYS SMELL I V LOOT. MCLOOT! JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbins ,„ KE6AKPIN& HER V OM, BRO-THfK, NEST./SEE ANYTHING- DOll HOLP YET, 5NAR,,?v-/ AS YOU ARE FOR ONE 5EC, I'LL KEEP RISING,,, SLOWLY./ AWYPE ALLAY THAT EA6LE'5 SUSPICIONS ABOUT OUR INTENTIONS,,, THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith WE CO*AP>KVW J OBOV/TWW M\<=.<a SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney WHAT HAPPENED I SUESS^ TO THAT L^ST ) I JUST PANEL S DREW A YESTERDAY? / . BLANK WELL.TRyTO W' ALL THINK OF SOME- J RIGHT; THINS FUNNY J ILL TRY. FOR US TO SAY A /THAT DOESN'T / SOUND LIKE I ANYTHING I'D V SAY. BUT YOU'LL HAVE TO ADMIT IT'S PRETTY/ FUNNY. PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates PHINEAS'\ THAT PROBE WAS SET UP FOR / MARS' I DIDNTTHINK X THIS THAT WAS SCHEDULED ) IS _ TILL FRIDAY.' ^/FRIDAY! I DID IT/ DR. VONTOUTHRE! I SENT IT ON A PERFECT COURSE TO VENUS' /TON, NO!! ^X / I'M NOT EVEN ) I SUPPOSEDTO BE I J V HERE TODAY/ J 9-fc DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney you $aid it! ...buff why? COUNTING J5UCH CHILD'S THE STAR'S? Ik PLAV? "BIZARRE" Natives of mountainous Basque, Spain, had a strange dialect and stranger clothing. Whenever a young buck ventured to the outside world, he was outstanding because of off-beat garb and oddly-cut beard, or "bizarra." The whisker name became BIZARRE, which stood for anything unusual.. . like 'way out, man. 9-6 By A. LEOKUM |WHAT IS EPILEPSY? Win The 15-Volumc Britannica Junior 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: Linda Schrader, 14, Tacoma, Wash. In ancient times people didn't understand diseases and what caused them. So they often behaved very cruelly to victims of certain diseases. People who had epilepsy in the Middle Ages were thought of as lunatics, or as bewitched! Yet did you know that many great people and many geniuses were epileptic? Among them were the Duke of Welling- jton, Richard Wagner, Vincent ;Van Gogh, and Hector Berlioz. (Epilepsy is a disease of the nervous system. People with epilepsy have sudden spells during which they have spasms, called convulsions, after which they may become unconscious or fall into a coma. Medicine cannot yet explain exactly what happens and why the convulsions are caused. It seems that the normal patterns of activity of the brain become disrupted for a short time. The brain tissue in these people is sensitive to chemical changes, and when some sort of change takes place the brain responds by sending out discharges that cause the convulsions. A person has to be "predisposed" to have such reactions, because other people may undergo the same chemical changes and not have convulsions. There is a possibility that it may be related to heredity. • What brings on an epileptic attack may be a head injury, high fever, tumors or scars in the brain substance, disturbances in the blood supply, and so on. Injury to the brain may result in epilepsy. But epilepsy has nothing to do with mental development. A person who has epilepsy should be considered a normal individual, not as an invalid or some sort of outcast. Epileptics can lead normal lives, going to school, working, marrying, and raising families. Medical science has developed drugs to prevent attacks and to control them alter they happen. These medicines are usually given to people for many years or even for a lifetime, so that they can lead normal, happy lives. FUN TIME The Chuckle Box Confucius Say: He who sits on tack is better off. Confucius Say: He who works in glue factory is sure to stick to job. Confucius Say: He who opens the jelly jar is sure to get into jam. THE PUZZLE BOX Billy had a dollar to spend on candy. He bought some lollipops at 3 cents each, candy canes at 10 cents each, and gumdrops at two for a penny. He got a hundred pieces of candy and spent every penny of his dollar. How many pieces of each kind of can- day did Billy Buy? See tomorrow's paper for the answer. Answer to yesterday's Word Puzzle: None, Bone, Bond, Band, Bald. Win the Britannica World Atlas or Yearbook of Events. Send your riddles, jokes to: Riddles, Jokes, "Tell Me Why!" Today's winner is: Celeste Egbert, 12, Santa Monica, Calif. COPENHAGEN — Recent exposure of a big time Danish con man is said to be a reason that new laws against fraud are to be enacted. Test your knowledge of the news with the Weekly Neivs Quiz... every Tuesday in the Telegraph! BIG BEN BOLT By John Cullen Murphy WHAT H-4PPBJEP TO you, /ANDY? WHAT HAPPENED TO HIM, SIR? JUST TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT HAP- PEWED TO THEM/' ALL US OTHER BOYS DID WAS REMARK ABOUT HIS CLOTHES j /HP YOU'LL HAVE TO ADMIT, SIR— RATHER ODP, THERE HE 6065 —STARTIN'THE RUCKUS AGAIM LITTLE EVE By JoHta RIVETS By George Sixta YOU'RE SUPPOSED JH TT> IMAAD APTPO ( I COUNT THREE/ THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert ..AND IF YOU EVER SNOOP AROUND IN MV ROOM AGAIN, YOU'LL GETS IT FROM DADDY, WHO ARE YOU TALKING TO, m JILL ' JACKIE, OFCOURS MOM.' BUT HE WENT OUT TO PLAY BALL TEN , MINUTES ," " " I JUST REMEMBERED A FEW MORE THINGS I SHOULD r HAVE TOLD HIM/ HENRY By Carl Anderson TRUDY li-. Int.. I!M) Wi.flJ fi^hli 3-t j^JSA/u^ \\r\OSU4*±) "Oh, no!" CROSSWORD ---By Eugene Sheffer I Z 3 4 5 6 /9 2Z Z9 23 i- '77,38 20 4-7 17 78$ 10 II 12. 52. 21 •2S fc True Life Adventures SAFETV SHEUF= © 19M Dlutiy Production World Kl(ht4 jUCKU-V FOR THE FUKSLJEt? SEAL., THE )dEBET?<3 HA6 A SHEU= OK IdV BEACH THKf OFFE13S TOSFUOE FROM THE KILJ-SR WHAL.ES. HERE FOBS ^ C30 PultltuW by Hint P«tvM 8>: HORIZONTAL 1. maps 7. steps 13. preserve 14. gate 15. press 16.occurrence 18. father 19. mother 20. observed 21. suitable 22. printer's measure 23. screed 25. fish egga 26. salt 27. permit 28. bitter vetch 20. cut 31. Moroccan town 33. feline 34. snare 36. dance step 87. beverage 38. harassed 40. note in scale 42. god of the underworld 43. proponent* 44. small seed 45. note in scale 46. guide 48, actress: Russell 49. follows 51. worshiper 53. roadway 54. calms VERTICAL 1. public offense 2. wading bird 3. particle 4. sped 5. note in scale 6. scoff 7. dlsburser 8. weight 9. college course 10. pronoun 11. relation of harmony Answer to yesterday's puzzle. Av«»(« Urn* wl lolotton: W mlnutti. (© 1988, King Features Synd., Inc.) 9-6 12. blackboards, 17. meat 20. tacit 21. regions 23. marbl* 24. public warehouses 26. gratifies 29, promt. nent 90. most \ profound 32. wicked 33. military groups 35. deduction of weight 89. North American rails 40. more sensitive- 41. imitator* 44. reduce 46. woo 47. golf mound 48. work 80. senior (abbr.) 52. perform OGJ OWUOQVPN JRFQVPN XUKU» .KVOQUKI XQKWUF'I ORF. YestcrOuy'ii Cryptoqulp: A-GED VAGABONDS BELIEVE IM COLLECTIVE VACATIONS. W

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