Telegraph Tuesday, September 5,1972 CLATTER By Larry Lewis Y<5UR GRADE IN SPEED PEAWN0 WILL BE BASEO ON,.. today's FUNNY SNA/EATER JOI^ A KNIT WIT AMANDA PANDA By Marcia Coarse MOOSE By Bob Weber HE NEVER WAS MUCH OF A WATCHDOG.' WILL HE KEEP BUR6LARS AWAY? THE WIZARD OF ED B> Parker and Hart SMIDGENS By Bob Cordray / VEAH,,,TUE5DA,V, WEDME5DAY, 1HUR5DAV, FRIDAY, FOOTBALL, \ FOOTBALL, FOOTBALL1 I KNOW] WE'RE SETTING INTO THE SHORT-WEEK / 5HORT- PERIOP OF THE YEAR NOWl / WEEK PERIOD? GOSH,HON,,,DOYOU REALIZE THAT IT'S ALMOST AUTUMN ALREADY ? TIGER By Bud Blake ricroz£?rf6 JOST THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith I TUOU6UT JEFF COBB By Peter Hoffman y SECONDS LATE 1 ?... ...SO VOL! CHANGED ATIREFORED1E?..., WELL, TRY TO CHANGE THIS FELLA I ...BO' HE HUNG UP ON YOU i... \VH\T'RE YA GONNA DO T- ABOUT IT'2 < I'LL SHOW YOU...AFTEE Vv'E MAKE ONE MORE STOPJ C'MON' CVNTHIA,WHEN /W NBCKUCfc J SROKB, T6M B6ACS FECLf ON TH6 FLOOR/ SIX ON J THE RU6,«3VLVIA, AND I SAW FOUR ROLL NEAR THE POOR? DAVID CRANE By Wlnslow Mortimer .Frances Benson Hollv. Colo. SHORT RIBS ARCHERS, TAKE YOUR POSITIONS/ *.) t, NU. U-,. TX u ( Vi ARE TME HUNS AT THE WALLS SIRE? Today's FUNNY *ill par $1.00 far each original "funny" us«d. S«nd gogi to: Today's FUNNY, 1200 Wot Third Sr., Cleveland, Ohio 44113.. Tell Me VWNTEP TO PLEASE VOW,POP. &UCH AN ATTRACTIVE JACKIE, CANY TELL you HOW PLEA4EP AM TO KNOW X0ITKE COINS TO TAKE ENGLISH LITERATURE THIS QUARTER. THEM HE'S A TEACHER AMP A/07" OtPER THAN KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola By A. LEOKUM WHAT IS A VACCINE? Win The New Book oi 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. Today's winner is: CARL GRISSOM, 13, Fort Worth, Texas A vaccination is an injection a person receives to protect him from disease. Today people can be protected from such diseases as smallpox, polio, diptheria, whoop'n^ cough, tetanus, measles, yellow fever, and many others. The material given in a vaccination is called a vaccine. To understand how it works, we must understand how the body builds defenses against disease. Certain diseases are caused by germs, which may be bacteria or viruses. When disease germs enter the body, substances called antibodies are formed. These appear in the blood and oppose the action of the germs. For each kind of disease germ a specific antibody is formed. People are vaccinated to cause the formation of protective' antibodies. Different types of vaccine are used to bring about this result. One type of vaccine is a preparation containing live, but weakened, disease germs. The weakened gemis cause antibody formation w i t h-o u t causing serious illness. Another type of vaccine contains germs that have been killed by heat, chemicals, or ultraviolet light. Even though the germs have been killed, they stimulate the formation of antibodies. A third type of vaccine acts slightly differently. The germs of certain diseases release poisons, called toxins, into the body — and it is the toxins which do the harm. The body responds by producing a special kind of antibody, called an antitoxin. To stimulate the formation of antitoxins, people are vaccinated with a preparation called a toxoid. It is a toxin which has been treated to be safe and it produces antitoxins in the body. By Frank O'Neal FUN TIME The Riddle Box 1. What do you do when your hot pats catch fire? 2. At Mass on Sunday, why do they sing "Amen" instead of "Awomen"? 3. What ten-letter word starts with gas? ANSWERS 1. Use your panty hose. 2. Because they sing "hims" not "hers". 3. Automobile. THE PUZZLE BOX QUINCY Bv Ted Shearer IS THIS CAR INSURER OUIKCV? - PR1VER, DO yoU KNOW WHERE 'THE CALYPSO KIP'S* ) SET lM, PLACE IS? ^ LAPY.' TWO HOURS TO WATT/ MISHT AS WELL HANS AROUNP TILL FLIGHT 717 ARRIVES.. AND SEE WHAT APPRESS 'CUE BALL* SIVES THE HACKIE.' AVON'U. PELIYER/ SHE'S WORKEP FOR ME BEFORE, ADAMS.. SPOTTING BIS "ICE" IN THE AUDIENCE WHILE SHE PERFORMED/ RIVETS By George SLvta A CCQ HAS TO TO LAVISH £JN3WEGVIN<3 DEVOTION ON A THINS UKEr THAT. WINTHKOP By Dick Cavalli ADVERTISE P AT A LOW PRICE TOO ' (I HOPE PAD SAYS WE CANT AFFORP / RIGHT /VOW I'VE N GOT THE FASTEST V HARD WATER GUM ^y-lN THE WEST By Carl Anderson OkfOtayk True Life Adventures MOT )M THE MOOV. J*t_ •.*» •'.-,. /*/>/•>,!<* • ft C.1 • » * >, aSS' : '7M3^' & "J Sidney Oman -JJ»Cy -.g.J^. t.vr-_-'<^^>J ^ "^ LITTLE PEOPLE'S PUZZLE Your Horoscope This drawing represents the name of a famous old city in the United States? Can you figures out which city? Set- tomorrow's paper for the answer. A n s w e r to yesterday's Puzzle Box: Present, Repents, Serpent. V.'in The New Book of Knowledge Yearbook. Send your riddles, jokes, lev "•Riddles, Jokes; Tell Me Why!" Give Zip Code. Today's winner is: LINDA WEST. 11. Hamburg, N.Y. '83M '01 '819 '8 'd31S '5 'VDINOWbVH v<n 'i "nva 'i — u> ' AO a 'ONINMV '6 'SAVD 'i 'H3MO1JAVW '9 >VS 'S 'XDOWWVH '£—ssoJ3 V : S<i3/ASNV FORECAST FOR WEDNESDAY Gemini exhibits a tendency to lose things, including glasses, handbags and other valuables. Gemini can be late for appointments because, enroute to destination, It is discovered, "I forgot to turn off the water" or "I can't find my car keys" or "I'm afraid 1 losi tlie Instructions on how lo Ret there. 1 " or "I've changed my mind—1 can't go!" Yes. thai is part of the Gemini mystique—and if you know any person born under Gemini or with the Moon in that zodiacal slun or Gemini rising in the horoscope. then you know it's true. ARIES (March 21 - April Hi). Some want to push you, to press, to make you show your hand. Key is to sal your own pace. Capricorn is ally, but some other associates may have ulterior motives. Protect your own interests. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Speculation may not be wise. Tendency is to rush, to push logic aside. What you should do is give yourself time to think. Don't be rushed off your feet. Keep on solid ground. Young person may protest. GEMINI (May 21 -June 20): Blocks, opposition could boomerang in your favor. You are being "told" to take new or different path. Be willing to laugh at your own foibles. Leo is Involved. Friend has your best interests at heart. CANCER (June 21 - July 22): Some facts have yet to be placed on table. Work with material ut hand. Avoid jumping to conclusions. Tread lightly. One who teaches is willing to help you. Don't permit pride to block progress. LEO (July 23-Aug. 2f2): Don't be careless where money enters picture. Take nothing for granted. Check accounts and count change. Sagittarian could be overly zealous. Strive for a more practical approach. This wUl lead to gain. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Delve deep; reject the superficial. If thorough, you find answers Key is lo succeed wub steady pace. Avoid theatrics Be calm, persistent. /„','.'.. l ".'! B . n "' 111 ' '"tuition are likely to be on targu't. counsel. Heed your own ,.* rh RA '• s °l )t - 2;i '°ct. 22): Chang- h!. Vi 1 Perceptive. Read ba- tween the lines. Analyze material. • lid rrasons Ul)n . t Ulk , u tons. individuals lui minted K-mmi ami Virgo per,ons are apt oli; in mdure. behind scenes ac- t'Mty is featured. Ct - 2:! - N "V. 21): i. luxury items are panorama Taurus imire promi- ic. Win c diplomatic. inning lm)st "Pt to prove ef- SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. •!U: One In authority can be .stayed. Ublam hint from Scorpio Don't ?«' , "i 1 " "" lcn ls essential. on make demands. Wait and ob- Ruvu ; w ' '""'"lions. Some CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan 19)- voTn 3 H° W - Ride wlth ti<t-V Whii Sou need is torthcornlng Don't rush matters Accent Is' on e- i.ponsihilily. Tie loose ends. If patient, you emeige victorious. thh,o H, nave some - tmng handed you on proverbial silver piatier. - March 20): Organi.'.e as- I-.S H-eb Aiiuarius . :its. plans. Check leual pects. Know where you're MO.ng and why Ask question, Ansu.-.s arc obt:,,nable. Key i b tj peiai--t can aid Study merger pro- Leo posal. IF TODAY IS YOUR BJKTH- IJA^ S.JLI an.- due to bouiux- bark from appar,.-ni defeat—October will Ue key montl. Your VOU-L- i, unusual, you have ability to entertain and cominunkuu- Those boi q under Taurus and Libia cuuld play prumineut rolto.
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