Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1972 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 23, 1972
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CAMPUS CLAWErt By Larry Lewte Aft! MAVIN0A MOOSE By Bob Weber *i THE WIZARD OF ID By Parker and Hart SMIDGENS By Bob Cordray Y'KNCW,5MIP6E,,,THE SENATOR DIDN'T 6AV ONE THIN& IN HI6 5PEECH TONIGHT THAT MADE MUCH SENSE i V'GOTTA REMEMBER THAT THE SENATOR IS JUST A PUBLIC SERVANT! t , », AND VOU KNOW HOW \v HARD IT 15 TO 6ET GOOD HELP THESE PAVSi TIGER By Bud Blake THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith JEFF COBB By Peter Hoffman I AS THE "DEVIL J ne&rznucii sac en DRAGONS" SPEED TOWARDS THE CITY IN WHICH EDITH AMES LIVES... ...EDIE, I HAVE NEWS FOR VOU.' ...GLEN MAXWELL CALLED' VECH.'..I CAN'T STAND HIM, MOTHER! ...YOU KNOW I KNOW HE'S A VERY ELIGIBLE YOUNG MAN.'... AND, YOU'LL PARDON THE WORD.../?/O// MOTHERi I CAN'T STAND HIM] SHORT RIBS By Frank O'Neal mt, ME ABOUT TRIP. f WE SAILED K)K 3OO> D\VS UNTIL W£ I?£ACHE(? SANPVV/CH ISLES, QUINCY Bv Ted Shearer l< NcnHlN 1 OF IT-ITS J OLD KAMONLY COOL, MAN f THANKS, HEY. NICKLE5. WAMMA ROOT today s FUNNY AMANDA PANDA Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, August 23, 1972 Twtay'i FUNNY *!ll « $1.00 for «Kh oriilMl "funny" M> SMM)oogi to: Todtfi FUNNY, 1200 WM* tblnl St.,Cf«v*lm<Olifo44lll. DAVID CRANE Xttl Me WHVTHROP , By A. LEOKUM WHAT IS GLUE? Win The New Book of Knowledge (20 volumes). Send your questions, name, age, address to "Tell Me Why!" care of this paper. Include Zip Code. In case of Duplicate questions, the author will decide the winner. RIVETs Today's winner is: JANE HUBER, 11, Oakland, Calif. Most of us say "glue" when we refer to any adhesive. An adhesive is any substance that is ued to bond (join) two or more pieces of material without using mechanical fasteners such as nails or screws. Adhesives are made out of a great variety of material. Some are made from animal byproducts like hides, bones, or blood; others are prepared from various vegetable starches. Some are synthetic resins, made from chemical raw materials. Glue is one of the oldest adhesives known to man. It is an Impure form of gelatin and is obtained chiefly by boiling animal hides and bones. Some glue is also made from fish. Glue makes a very strong joint, but it is not waterproof. It dissolves easily in hot water. Glue was used by - the Egyptians as long ago as 1500 B.C. to join pieces of wood. For many centuries glue was the most important adhesive used. But with the introduction of plywood about 1875, there was a need for adhesives that could stand water better. Albumin and casein met Romans. Casein (the milk protein that turns into cheese) was used by the ancient Chinese and Mediterranean civilizations. Albunin glue was used this need. Allremin (dried blood) was known to the during World War I to hold together the wood-and-canvas airplanes of that period. It remained the leading aircraft glue until they began making metal airplanes. AND WITH " K" BOTH THE. KOALA , THE- KAN&AROO! By Winslow Mortimer f THINK,PONNIC,IF HOLPTOX3UR IPEAIS NO/flATTEf? HOW RV3U&H 3 THINK YOU MOST y0UK$EU IF YOU WAHT TO BE UAPPY FOR A WHOLE LIFETIME OK JUST A 5H0RT WHILE PUKING HI6H 5CHCOL WHAT'S THE AHWtR, /KR.CRANE? PRINK AHP /«AKE By Alfred Andriola /I HEAR THEY'RE I SHORT OF SHOE / SHOPS IN CORAt I crry, FLORIPA.' ~S\S MAYBE I'LL F1Y DOWN THERE ANP.. LOOK AROUNP, MARCY.' NOW, IF YOU'LL WALK MY DAUGHTER BACK HOME, MR. PRAKE... I WANT TO.. .TO CHECK THIS MESS ANP MAKE SURE THERE'S NO PANGER, OF FIRE FROM BROKEN WIRES' WE'LL GO SOMEWHERE AMD START OVER. MARC/ . IN ANOTHER TOWN.' KOO'RE NOT OPENING THE SHOP AGAIN, PAPA? HOW WILL WE LIVE? KERRY DRAKE ^-.ArreR A DAY \ IN THE COOL, GRASS-/ k. -.^^Mk f fc. -X r^ C ^»Y rL s L ,? 0 ffiJR&^ws EVeRY ONE IN ] pVc/cr 1 CUTBACK YARDyx~£5 4 .- 'V&Y.A^^vV^.N ~ • ~™Y <r —i"SA s 7UI4 Enterprise \ =-^r2uu By George Strta HE, O1DMT HAVS TO LOSE HIS COOL — I DIPNT MEAN TO BRIMS 'EM HERE By Dick Cavalli I'D BETTESa GO AND HAVEAVEVB3LASS PRESCRIPTION _ CHECKSX J HENRY True Life Adventures By Carl Anderson FUN TIME The Riddle Box 1. What does a policeman do when it starts to rain? 2. Why is a bride like a railroad? 3. Why is a baggage car like a forest? ANSWERS 1. Lets it rain. 2. She has a train. 3. It's full of trunks. f=i_Arr, T=AC;E OP THE BARN OWL. HA-S A SVEd-l-FId -FUMCTlOM YOU MAY HAVE ALL THE' APPLES YOU PICK FRCVA THE GROUND, HENRY.' TODAY OWLY ALL THE FISH YOU CAN ...EAT ff 5.00. ALL. THE APPUE& YOU CAN EAT Win a New Book Knowledge Yearbook Writing About "THE DAY I'LL NEVER FORGET" of for r AffTB AS A ' KEilEIVE'K. TO d.ATdH HAP>E BV UW6EESI DUtribniAd tqr Kins Futuiu £rndic*U.: J^ | By Sidney Oman a-23 Your Horoscope LITTLE PEOPLE'S PUZZLE What day in your life will you always remember? Write a letter about it and you may win a New Book of Knowledge Yearbook. Entries must be addressed "Day", Tell Me Why, and give your name, age, address. Win the New Book of Knowledge Yearbook. Send your riddles, jokes, to: "Riddles, Jokes; Tell Me Why!" Give Zip Code. Today's winner is: ODESSA SMITH, Lorain. Ohio. Ads CLICK! Telegraph Want •NoOH '8 '3JHV3HL Y 'bVilOO "9 i — V™°Q - ANN3d 'OL 'aaivaiNv -6 '1HOI3 •$ '133d T 'MOD 'E 'SinNV3d "I—« OJ:1 V : Sd3MSNV I OKUCAST FOR THURSDAY People tend lo lean on Taurus. Many women find Taurus men especially attractive because or a quality of dependability. Taurus men often serve as father figures. They can be Mtubborn. but they usually are around when most needed. The Taurus woman is sensuous, earthy and is especially attractive to men born under Scorpio. ARIES (March 'Jl-April 19): What you feel you want immediately is simply not likely to be available. Patience now is your ally. A premature start cuuld drain financially and emotionally. Know it and be willing t.j wait. Pi.sfe:j is in picture. TAURL'S (April 20-May M) . Some friends may appear to 'let you down." Don't judiie in haste. There are extenuating cirruin- stances. Hold on to your money. Heine a lender now would be an error. Hold fast to principles and heed voice of experience tiliMlNl (May 21-June JO): Get rid of burden not rightly \our own. One who pleads tor sympathy may be putting on an art. Know it and respond accordingly See clearly. Don't fall victim to wishful thinking. Aries plays prominent rule. I AM'LK (June -M-.luh jj) Travel, revision of plan> is tc-a- turcd One at a distance nutKi'i etfart to communicate. Be receptive. Leo individual is in picture Be original. Independent l-oii,m lead nf >nur he.irl. 1 I'M- play. important rule. 1 l-.O (July ^,1-Aug :'2) 'I i uit hunch l-.nmly meinhci u.uits muie ireedum Keall/e •. mi Uiii't o\vn an> [U'lsi'it. nut e\in lir.eii uiu- Accent nuw is on uunt ut- furts, nuuu > u! in.He in p.:iliiL-l spcv' invc-stmcnt iinucuuie t Illld 1^ misllllul lUell \'U«jO (Aug. 1'j Sci't JJ) 1 ui cc., trnd tn be -i atteled Y"'. aie here, lllvu: and L \ LI > v. IK i <• l'!int> ui lailglitt.1 llulualed .'^ suinc £en-.)uns I'adi.- 1 1-1 i-iiit.i :.llu\* lllcir hands 1'l.r, >uui (.''^ n Cards cluse to chest Mean-* be dlsi I eel llbKA (Sept .M-ikt JJ): B L - .mai i L.| di I.Ill Inn pi-nit .ill.J subtle nuances. Leo and Aquarius are likely to be Involved. Don't rush in traffic. If careless now you could pay price. Know It and avoid needless expense. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): There will be basic change of routine and plans. Welcome chance for greater freedon of expression Deal with Gemini and Virgo persons. Romance, creative endeavors come to fruition. Protect assets; avoid wasteful procedures. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22-Dec 21): Romantic Interlude is on agenda. Spotlight is on emotional responses, uncovering of what previously was obscured. Make conciliatory gesture to family member. Concentrate on home im- piuvenienLs. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 21): Relative-, make clear their desires and intentions. Be flexible. Valuables are involved. Controversy could Hare over who owns what— key is to ride with tide. You get \our share through cool approach AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb 18) Be a self-starter. Waiting tor others to deliver could be mistake. -State needs, set sights on ultimate K Get business affair;. In order. Promises are fine—if you get them in writing. Capricorn can aid PlSCliS (Feb. IS-March 20): Judgment. Intuition urc on target. One in authority may be confused. Adlieie to vour own style Make- new starts in new directions. You can now nain added recognition Wise the pe::y. CoKiplete krv |'l o|r( t. 11 TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY >ou recently decided on domestic ^hani-'.c September will tie especially sigmtu ant In this re- spc> t You ale a Klaciuub. ul- li.i'. tnr You have fine '*'';>< i tcnaVii! •, lu occ! indulge in -,«e t .i-, Monev situation im- |iro\ e . :n N" 1 . finbei i{t-a«l Tclegruph \VunlAtUDaily!

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