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   Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - September 27, 1961, Ogden, Utah                                SHORT RIBS By FRANK ONEAL OGDEN QGDEN UTAH WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPT 27 1961 By DAVE GERARD ITS KINDA ID KNOW THERE ARfcAfaN NON CONFORMISTS lEFT WILLYUM CUR OLD CAR WAS GOT 77SCRATCHES DENTS AMD 117 RUST PLACES CRACKED HEAD LAMP WANNA HEAR INTERESTING FACTS By FRED LASSWELL BARNEY GOOGLE and SNUFFY SMITH TICKLED DEATH CHEER UP HONEY DOODLE u noon WHRT BRE VE SQUflWLlN1 fiBOUT BUZ SAWYER JUSHR1DS GONE BfiCK TO SCHOOL I HAVE FOUND IT HAVE YOURE BREAKING MY ARM TREASURE IS 11NPER E REP ROSEBUSH PLEASE FUU HOI V VOU ARE HURTING BURIED THE SILVER AND JEWELRY 1K1 THE FLOWER BUT WHICH FLOWER BED UNDER WHICH BUSHf REX MORGAN M D YOURE GONNA BE REAL YOUDID THAT DOE5 THAT QUESTION REQUIRE AN ANSWER J SUIT ANOTHER SURE YOU CAN By FAGALY SHORTEN THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW M TAKE ANOTHER BUT GIVE A GAKDciJ AT KS CEMEMT MIXER fiLIBUP THE MEW CAR SALESMAN SLANTS HIS SALES PITCH TOWARpo By Ramon Coffman HAsy CAM TAKE LI Will Solar Energy Do All the Work AIE I FLOATS CCSAM IM A Or MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN ITIS SELF IF WE WAJvTT TO MOVE IT IM CASE OF PAMASE OR WEAR IT MM T RHPAIR ITSELF I AM WE REALLY HAP A CHANCE TO FULLY TEST ITSO MANY YOU WORKEP SEgM AMAZEP ITI AW UROWM A AMAZE KNOW YOUR NAME IS MAMPRAKE BARBflltt LSAUM 5S08 tiCRMCrlMS By SAUNDERS and WOGGON STEVE ROPER BEDJIME STORIES JUSTA SUDDENLY Y HAD A VERY DISTURBING WE TAKE YOUR WORD MR LAWYER WE ARE HAVING SUCH WONDERFUL LUCK THIS SOOTH IS NO ONE CAW WATCH AS WE DIVIDE THE NUBBIN By JIM BURNETT GEORGE CRENSHAW THATS A MISHTY SAP YOUVg These questions came from Glenn Linkhart What do we mean by solar en ergy In future years will wa use that energy to do everything Solar energy might be described as sunshine A vast amount of energy is locked up in sunshine but up to this time we have found ways to use only a small part of the energy About 200 years have passed since several French scientists made burning lenses that captured tha suns rays and produced extreme heat The largest burning Jens was used in a machine designed and built by Berniere It had a diameter oi six feet This lens gathered sun shine and sent it to another burn ing lens with hardly half the dia meter The second lens carried the rays to a spot where an object was burned or melted We are told that iron and gold under this intense who was beginning to be very much heat ran like melted It is doubtful that any smgie type interested Mrs of energy could do but sunshine should have more use THE SHELL OPENERS Old Mother Nature white it is Prompt must all obedience be i still in the shell If they didnt have scornful as jf she thought Peter i During the present century large To prove effective youll shellopeners I really dont know ougjjt to know aii such things mirrors and other devices have White i how theyd get out into the Great it is just a little bit of a hole been used to put the rays of the Bob White had given the rallying Worid i and the baby keeps right on making sun to work Charles G Abbott a call and his wellgrown children Hn keen these shell biSger holes in a line right around i scientist became secretary of the cime hurrying front all directions i Where they If Se the shell until the shell falls apart Smithsonian Institution and a pio ThoTe that the nearest as you call them and in halves there is to in this running Those farthest away came i what are they like asked Peter simple isnt it I Q Why are some and on wing instead of on foot Peter j They have them on their bills of Peter scratched a long ear with engineers interested in solar en Rabbit who was looking on could course mere ese would they have a long hmdfoot Then he scratched I ergy not but admire the promptness which a came hurrying in to that call And such a lot of them ishone There were 20 of them With their I father told the fhev had feel vervproudj upper half of the bUl With that i ofFwithiii three the ful things about solar energy even uiey ijau a 115111 tu icci vcij T H j replied Mrs Bob as if she e other A Sunshine IS free If it Can ftbem replied Mrs Bob as if she He was thindng over harnessed it may thought the question a rather fooltys information It sounds sun1 power to run factories and perform I he agreed but I guess it many other services isnt as simple as it sounds I To this date sunshine has been your Peter really had been astonished the baby breaks a hole in the gren were out Of the shell Of course now I shall go into this to a greater at the promptness with which those You mean it makes a big enough they would never be of any use extent next time lively young birds had obeyed theirhole to crawl out of asked Peter iagain so why keep them i For SCIENCE section of fathers call You certainly The next story The Warning scrapbook them said Peter Of course they are replied Mrs Bob I wouldnt give much for a covey of young Bob Whites who were not welltrained From the time they opened their BARBS By Hal Cochran One good turn really deserves another when you consider some of the TV programs KERRY DRAKE By ALFRED ANDRIOLA ITS NOT WHAT DO VOL REMEM BER ABOUT DR WEAVER MAYBE THE MAN WHO RO0BEP THS BANK MESSENSER HID SOME OF THE BILLS INJHE BINDING AS HE FRSSED THE SECONDHAND BOOK AROUND THE CAMPUS WEAVER THE BtAVER WAS CONSIPEREP A GOOD TEACHER AW A GOOD JOE HE WOULDNT BE THE UNIVERSITY WANTS THE FIRST CROOK YOU TO MOVE WHO HAP EVERV w GOOD LUCKAND REPORT BOCY FOOLED con MARY WORTH By KEN ALLEN Add to boring facts were into Its about time for bathing beauty contests to end and we eari report that it was the spec tators who won I DO HAVE THIS WHICH WERE SAVING 70 BUY EVVIES DREAM HttK BETTER KEEP IT EVEN IF I HAD ACREAGE TO BUT INVESTED 1N YOQR COMPANY IT COULD CROW IN A FEW INTO ENOUGH TO COVER OLK ENTIRE BUILDING COST YOU TEMPI WE HAD 5ET ASIDE 50CO ACRES FOR DEHNIE I COULD THE ink PROCEEDS 500 shells they were taught to obey whenever we I beg said Peter but did I hear you say that they opened their shells themselves i i Of replied Mrs Bob j How do you suppose they got out if they didnt open them I didnt suppose anything about I confessed Peter In fact Ive never even thought about it before I suppose they kick their way COULDNT BEDONE Nothing of the Mrs Bob scornfully The idea of kick ing their way out It just couldnt be done What didyou think Old Mother Nature gave them shell openers for Shellopeners exclaimed Peter What are you talking about Mrs Bob I never heard of shellopen Then its high time you observed Mrs Bob Everyone of i my babies isgiven a shelopener When some people retire get ting used to doing nothing should come naturally DOTTY By BUFORD TUNE BEFORE YOU MET MOTHER BUDDY I HAD AM ADDRESS BOOK WITH A U1ST OP GIRLS ADDRESSES THIS POTTS YOU i DONT KWOW THERE WAS OMLY V BELIEVE ONE AWP ADDRESS JBUT I LIKE IW MY BOCK TO HEAK MERRY MENAGERIE By Walt Disney 1961 Vvalt Disney Productions World Rights Reserved X Oh hes a bird dog DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE DOWN 1 Concluding music pas sage 2 Cains brother 3 Moved as a boat 4 Tjike ale 5 Long1 step 6 Bread morsel 7 Flowed 8 French river 9 Foldin cloth 14 Dwell 16 Not slack as 19 Rub out 20 Addi tional 21 Poly nesian drink 22 Be present at 23 Saltiest 27 Finis 28 Bag 30 Hoarders 33 Georgia city 34 Classical language 38 Fodder vat Yesterdays Answer 39 Reach across 41 Distant 42 Brazilian tree 43 Exclama tion i ACROSS 1 Girls name 5 Fragment 10 Ancient Greek coin 11 Trail 12 Moisture covered 13 Long hall rug 15 Malt beverage 16 Boys nick name 17 George W Russell 18 Spongers slang 22 Jewish month 24 Regret 25 Roman 17 26 Deal with 28 A stall 29 Tuna fish containers 30 Impair 31 Germanium 32 Native to a particular people 35 Nickel 36 Inquire 37 Donkey 40 Disfigure 43 Atiptoe 44 Flavor 45 Nuclei of starch grain prefix 17 Soon DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE Heres how to work it is LONGFELLOW One letter simply stands for another TJI this sample A is ased for the three Ls X for the etc Single letters apos trophies the length and formation of the words are all hints Each day the code letters are different A Cryptogram Qnotatfon EOVZEQ IGQ Z E OVZEK AZEQNA EMX NAZ QGCYJQ YI NAZ Yesterdays Cryptoquote BLUE DARKLY DEEPLY EEAUTTFTJiLY O 1361 King Syndicate 40 14 46 fi   

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