Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 67
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 67

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, February 2, 1973
Page 67
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Dennis The Menace MBLLOySlR SELLINS THE f- LATEST THIW« L. IW MOMS Citizen Comics FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1973 · V · PAGE 67 SOMEBODY I-STOLE MY BURGLAR ALARMS.' .WR A CHANGE,HOW IAOULD,YA SOMETHING 'STEAD OF/2WSOVOTNG ? Bloudie HE OUSHT TO GET INTO SOME OTHER "LINE -ANP A* WMR MOTHIK, MOTHSK'N-LAW, TlNA, AND 6PANOMOTH6K OF, MPMK CHILP, I AKA #U(?E you HONOR AW W*HT TDCRlTieiZff WHEN I SftE YOU "~ TmMKOW..^ yet, M0TH6K HOVB». «i YOU JUMEJWStCALLEP/A PO WU M^WT T NO--I1L TAKE HER/ -ME TO RUN HEP 7C4U. THAT PRIVATE OUT TO THE ^SUMOUSIHE SERVICE/ IF SHE'S LEAVIN Xr MIGHT A* Wtlt! TOWH, PC WU WANT II DON'T WANT TO TO DO THOSE TV rT SPEND THE DAY 03MHERCIALS f J \ SITTING IN A HOTEL ROOM/ HEY, I THOUGHT YOU (5OIH TO SLEEP WNT/L NINE/IT'S NOT UP AT THE OFFICE/ SHE'3 LEAVING LA GVAROIA .ON TELL THEM TO Be OUf RfONT IH TEN /MINUTES / Rex Morgan TMI5N6WARMV SPRINKLED AROUND NEtftNUST/WENT/ FORMS IMA0INE FINPINS THE PUCE WHERE HEROP GAVE THE EPICTTO KILL. THE BOPN IN 4 B.C.-Tt) HEAt OFF A MESSIAH.' THE PLACE WHERE HEROP ORPEREP] HEROP LEFT A CRUCIFIXION HEROO THE SREAT ORDeREDTHECHILPREN KILLED.' IT WAS HIS SON'WHOCAUSEPTHE ;UCIFIXION OF JESUS.' ^ OF HISTORY! THERE'S A WILD HEROP IN THE PROFS WHAT A RICH AREA FOR THE ARCHEOLOOIST... Steve Canyon WHRTSORTOF fl.DflDBURN OPERATION ?. A CflRBURETOR TRflNSPLflWT DOCPRITCHflRTCflN'T PLAY CHECKERS RIGHT NCAAASNUFFV-- HE'S PERFORMIN' A MAJOR OPERflTION Snuffy Smith NOW/WHERE IN AH AIRPLANE LAVATORY VJOULP A SMART SMUGGLER HIPE JEWELS? SURE ENOUGH ·-- A SMALL FORTUNE IM EMERALPS. TAPEP TO THE TOP OF THE USE.P-TOWEL, PlSPOSAL BIN. Buz Sawyer YOU LOOK SO TIRED- YOU BETTER GO HOME ON THE SCHOOL BUS Nancy NO--I'LL WALK HOME- I'M TOO rrt-t Saturday in the Weekend Color Comic* -- Andy Capp, Peanuts, Blondie, Brenda Starr, HI and The W«**rd *f Id, Nancy, Beetle Bailey, Rei Morgan, B.C., Steve Canyon, Prince Valiant, Apart- neat I*G, Snuffy Smith, Momma, Gasoline Alley, Grin and Bear It, Dennis the Menace, Johnny Tell Me Whv! Win a valuable prize. Send your question, name, address and age to TELL ME WHY! care 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: SILLASSIE DAVIS, 1Z, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies How were early tools made? According to scientists, what is called Peking man, who lived about 30QLOOO years ago, was the first cave dweller. Early man lived mainly by hunting. Each man was his own toolmaker. With a ham- merstone he broke large pebbles until they were a proper size for grasping. The :resulting tool was a crude chopper, with one end slightly sharpened to make a rbugn cutting edge. Choppers could be used for digging, scraping, hacking or cutting. Other common early tools were crude hand axes. One end formed a heavy butt for grasping. The other end was chipped on both sides to a rounded or pointed tip. Hand axes were probably all-purpose tools, useful for digging up roots, cracking nuts or cutting up dead animals. Neanderthal man, who lived from about 150,000 to 30,090 years ago, was a real cave dweller. In addition to hand axes, Neanderthal man had flake tools. These were skillfully made of broad, thin flakes of flint having a good sharp edge. Some of the flake tools were points in the shape of rough triangles. They probably served as knives for skinning and cutting up game animals. Other flake tools were side-scrapers having one curved edge. During the next period, called the Upper Paleolithic about (50,000 to 10,000 years ago) blade tools appeared. These were long, sharp flakes struck from specially prepared cores of flint. The blades were shaped into scrapers, chisel-like burins and drills. Other tools were designed to do one particular job -- for example, bone needles with eyes were used in sewing animals' skins together. * * * FUN TIME The Chuckle BoxStudent: What did I make in arithmetic? Teacher: Mistakes. s * * THE PUZZLE BOX CRADEN ABACTOR /SLTtNfOV Here are three kinds of performers we can see. To find out what they are, rearrange the letters in each word. See tomorrow's paper for the answer. HEY/ THAT'S NOT BAD/ A COMBINATION Pie BAR, MINT WAFER AND GIN6ERSNAP CRUMBS WTTH A COUPLE OFLOOSB CHOCOLATE CHIPS Hi And Loie WONT IT 0E 6KEAT IF HE CAM 'COME?JOe 5HLA60TNIK 15 CHARLIE BROWN'S FAVORITE 6A5E5ALL PLACER... OJOM'T BEA0LETO WUNATTHB CAR WASH! ? WHV EOfJ'T YOU CCWE BACK TOMORROW/ WOULD THAT BE CONVENIENT ·FOR XXI? MR. ROPELL CAME TO COLLECT ON OUR PEUNOUENT ACCOUNT.' HE WAS VER/ SWEET. WAMTEP TO HELP US IN WAY HE COULP/ BUT My HUSBANP WAS PRINKING ANP WHEN HE PRINKS HE'S A MEAN , MAN -- ' CAN I SEE MR. ROPELL, PLEASE? I WANT TO TELL HIM I AM-- IT WASN'T AN ACCIPF.NT, DOCTOR/ HUSBANP THREW HIM POWN THOSE STAIRS' Apartment 3-G SiR KDPNEV Wizard of Id MAT.AHtLr M4T£ YOU'LL BK itmn t v ·**" rrni*nt j. · MAKE YOUMf Ufrff / i MYDAKLW. reep UP THE GOOD KUfOfH/f H PAT/ENTf |J HAVE LEFT g HIMAHP COME jo ME. FOR Brenda Starr FIVE MOMTPIS jLUED TO THE OPENERS, BEEN HAViM AN AFFAIR WITH THE TV AND THE DISTRIBUTOR. .ANDNOWTHAT " FOOTBALL , I WE SHOULD HAVE. A TALK..' ' 'SO WHATis Hew She qotth' mange.' II..J.L?.^I i-i.» ^. Nocharqe.Jbel/ \ [it onZeb's Nuthin' like used /hatareLJOUqoinq) Sol''houn ci-ankcase oil t / cure tn 1 manqe/ M Gasoline Alley HAPPY LANDING.' Mutt And Jeff Send year tricks, nd- ' dies, w puzzles to TELL ME "WHY! Give y«ur name, age and address. A New 3ook c{ Knowledge Yearbook will be awarded for the letters selected cacl week. HEY, LOOK, 5MIDGE! 60E6 A LADY MAILMAN i I PlDN'T KNOW WOMEN PELIVEREOTHE MAIL! Smidgens i DIDN'T EITHER! I WONDER WHAT YOU'D CALL HER? CERTAINLY NOT A MAILMAN! YEAH,,, OR v v HOW ABOUT A I '*. "ZIP COED"? · V HOW ABOUT A 'MAILMA'AM'? 1*71

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