Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 1, 1973 · Page 51
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 51

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, February 1, 1973
Page 51
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Dennis The Menace' WHAT* THK RECORD WHY PO YOU WAMT TO I WANT S. . V-,KNCW? TO KNOW ) fag£~?jLj~' EXACTLY / JWm^-\ *#0AOfftNOTSUMMEfc. J 66TW£ COW)SELL IWTCN CENTS APIECE I* Bloudie I V/AMt TO-SEE IP YOU BREAK r IT WHEN I TELL YOU HOW MUCH 1 PAID FOR t- THIS DRESS WRECKED BY A SIMPLE Momma / iff JlfEflium. ULfC Jl 9Kp/yn YYft " TH0M0MT Rex Morgan PERHAPS I'D BETTER LET.KEN ANSWER ITIN THE BEPKOO/M/ 15 SOMETHING TERRIBL/SORRV/ ODES XOl/K PLANE LEAVE LA 6U4RPM? I'LLPMVE t?U TO THE XHRPDRT/ Z'U AIR PAID/ AIR PAID/ Beetle Bailey ONTH62AME HARBORXZITE ASA PRE IS5 OFTEN A; \ VIOUS HABITA- 'ONE ON TOP VACH,JA( MAVBE POSE ANCIW t; \2ITV FATHERS /VJAKE VON B!« MISTAKE-20 PEY BUIUP ZOMCZINfl ON TOP TO COVER =\ LAYER CAKE · DOT BOMB HEAD.' ^ '1: Steve Canyon ENW600D60SSIP\ ^'TQOTTIMETO DOWN INTH 1 ' SETTLEMENT, 6LVINEV? I GOT TO SIT HOME AN 1 /. SIT THESE TATER5 PEELED PER SUPPER Snuffy Smith flN'THENSAlRySEL TOME.SHESEZ.- Buz Sawyer BE SURE TO PICK ME.UP AT TUe AIRPORT -TONlSHT r HON. CABLE FROMBOfiCfTA. BIS SHIPMENT COMlMS IM. IKTEKHATlOMAl nifiHT'1313 FROM tSOSOTA IS COMING IN OKAY. THREE OP US WILL. SO MSOARO WVTH HUE HEALTH OFFICER. IP"' Citizen ·.Comics.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1973 · · · PAGE 51 DOT; SOMEONE'S AT THE DOOR TOSEEXPU. Hi And Lois PI \ \ i i s ? WE'RE THINKING APOtir · HAVIN6 A TESTIMONIAL PINNER FOR CHARLIE 0R0HIN,, Cfll/LP «fl)|/aJME* WHAT HAPPENS AT A 'TESTIMONIAL PINNER? WELL, EVERYONE 6ETSW, AMP 5A^5 ALL 50RT5 OF THINGS ABOUT WHAT A 6REAT fEf^ON THE6l/E$TOFKONORi5.,. Win a valuable prize. Send your question, name, address and age to TELL ME WHY! cart of this paper. The New Book' of Knowledge 20 volume encyclopedia for school and home will be awarded for the letter selected. In the case of duplicate questions, the author of "Tell Me Why!" will select the winner/Today's Winrer ·Is: . :: ' MARGIE KRAUSE, 11, San Jose, Calif. When did plants appear? Scientists believe that when life first began on earth more than two billion years ago, the only plant life was in the sea! The land was bare and lifeless. Then, about 425,000,000. years ago, a few small green plants appeared on land. They probably developed from certain kinds of green sea weeds (algae). The first land plants looked very much like the mosses, liverworts and horn- worts you can see growing in damp, shady places. About 400,000,000 years ago , mone. complicated plants existed. These resembled modern ferns, horsetails and club mosses. Ferns were the first plants to have roots, stems . and leaves. By the time the first dinosaurs walked the earth, vast forests of seed ferns, ginkgos, cycads and cordaites stretched across the land. These were the first trees to reproduce by means of seeds. Pines and other conifers (cone-bearing trees), developed somewhat later, 300,000,000 years ago. This group includes many familiar trees, such as pines, firs, spruces, cedars, hemlocks and redwoods. All of these trees bear their seeds on cones. The first flowering plants developed about 150,000,000 years ago. Their well-protected seeds gave them a great advantage over plants with more exposed seeds and they increased in numbers and kinds. Today flowering plants are found almost everywhere. * * * FUN TIME The Chnckle Box Teacher: Before we begin this final exam-, are there any questions? Student: What's the name of this course? * * * Mrs. Brown: Well Bobby, what are you going to do when you get to be as big as Daddy? Bobby: Go on a diet. * . * * THE TRICK BOX a a T PICNIC?--IT'S OP COLP FOR A PICNIC AUNT FRITZI. CAN I GO ON A PICNIC WITH ROLLO Nancy ^ / N'OT IN Yl| ^BERMUPA^/ XT Copy the letter T as shown on a piece of cardboard or paper. Make the dotted lines as shown and cut along the lines to make 4 pieces. -Challenge your friend to put the pieces together to make the letter T. It won't be easy! Every Saturday in the Weekend Color Comics -- Andy Capp, Peanuts, Blondie, Brendm Starr, HI and jLofs, The Wtaard of Id, Nancy, Beetle Bailey, Rex Morgan, B.C., Steve Canyon, Prince Valiant, Apartment 3-G, Snuffy Smith, Momma, Gasoline Alley, Grin and Bear It, Dennis the Menace, Johnny Wonder. Send year tricks, riddles, or puzzles to TELL ME WHY! Give your name, age and address. A New Book of Knowledge Yearbook will be awarded for the ktters selected etcli week. . YES, REAL BAP, SERGEANT/ WILL DO, CHAHSE 6COTT/ J- PROFESSOR f ROPELL SAIJ? IT WAS STRICTLY AN ACGIPENT--THAT HE SUPPEP ANP FELL DOWN THESTAIKS.' THAT WRAPS IT UP FOR US/ IS HE HURT BAP, POC? Apartment 3-G Wizard of W A WITCH! MAKING' HBl MTSWAIT*. WMAKEf MWAITJI Brenda Starr r How po You LIKE TMT?! IVEJUfT IS THIS IT f... IS THE SEA.SOM OVER ? B. 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