Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 16, 1967 · Page 14
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OH, DITTO,,, r; WEREXDU OPENINS LUNCH ANP SMELLJN6 IT A3AIN BEFORE RECESS? MISS SREYLOCK MADE PITTO STAND |N THE HI AND LOIS LITTLE PEOPLE'S PUZZLE CITIZEN COMICS TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1967 PAGE 15 WIZARD OF ID TELL ME WHY Where Does Nut 111 eg Grow? THAT? WHY I Off, ALL RIGHT-ONLY IVE GOT TO I 30MBTME5 r TftWK GETTOTHE\ YOU'KEMPRE /// mATOLD CHECK THAN CA6HJHE 1^_ -i YOU ARE.-ME! ' CHECK/ OH, SOY! THAT K Tti£ BAVKRIGHT VOIV. £OM£- 2'il SHOW teL/HOlVTO GET THE CLL- 'riY HEJ? OM MA CRUMMY tilUTLl Wte-- BRENDA STARR BUT, MR, CITHERS, 1 f ( THAT'S OKANJ DAGWOOD-- HE MADE IT T vVANT VOL) . PILE THESE ESTIMATES -4 IMMEDIATEL.V I STII_l_ HAVE FIVE MINUTES TO GO ON MV COFPEE I't-L PJN/lSH YOUR COPPEE BREAK I=OR VOU SOUNJD HE VVAS DOINJG MS A FAVOR. BLONDIE I'LL BE UP FOR A W H I L E / i HAVE WOEK TO DO / WHAT ABOUT YOU? MISS WENDyMARLOW VOU'P BETTER GET TO BED,, ASATHA/ rrs LATE / REX MORGAN PJZE6CRIPTION I KXOW. HERS,.. f-lAVE EVER SINCE X ON THAT PlET I'VE FcUT COLD YOUK ·HEART 15 'OKAY. ARE STOMACH" ' ANP BEETLE BAILEY PARDOM MEJS THERE A FU6HT GOING NORTH ? I'M f=KM THE 60TA FAMIUY CPJSI5 WHILE POTEET · ANP BITS/ARE H AVI NO A GOOD TIME AT THE TEXAS POUYTECH NIC UNIVERSITY SPRIN6 PANCg NOTHING SCHEPIJUSP... YOU CODLD SET A TAXI fLIC-HTTO ONE OF THE COAST-TO-COAiT TERAMfJALS SEE- I CJULDN(T THAT. 1 15 THESE ANYPODY PASSING THROUGH WHO MIC-HT WANT TO SHARE EXPENSES? STEVE CANYON THANK. YOU-THANfc VERY MUCH / THAT BUUE-AMP- WHIT£ AIBCRAFT CAUEP'BIT5Y'S 0 U S ' ( 5 A TRANSIE --TO WISH CITY. 1 WHEN THE OWN Ed PSTVX.N5 M*- YOU CAN'T CALL A\y BOY FRIEND A HEEL SLUGG.O \S A BIG HEEL SHOES REPAIRED AT JOE'S -8 "I1VS '9 '13N ^ 'UO11VS 'am - s ' _ T . ,, .,, 'S3dV«O 'S '3H1ADS 'E '4.S3A 'I-- ssojsy 'SH3MSNV NANCY HAD «T X WITH THIS i r THE S4A1ET THlA THE' PEAR .- VT£ FAR E5ELOVV THI5 OF YcVfS. Win a valuable prize. Send your question, name, address and see to TKLL ME WHY! cart t* this paprr. The Rrittnnnk-a Junior. 15- volume encvHnn.^=« for school and home will be awarded tor the letter selected. In the case of duplicate questions, the author of "Tell Me Why!" will select the winner. Today's winner is: David Manelsk: Parma, Ohio Nutmeg is one of the best- known fragrant spices. It is the name given to the kernel of the fruit of a tropical tree. There are about 80 species of nutmeg trees and shrubs. The most common- (called "Myris- tica mooschata") is a handsome evergreen with a straight trunk about 25 feet high. It is covered with branches from base to tip The flowers are small and yellow, with a perfume like lilies of the valley. After a period of about eight years of growth, the tree begins bearing, fruit and yields for 25 years. The tree blooms and bears fruit in continuous succession the year round, but the principal harvests occur about three times a year. The fruit is about the size and shape of a pear. When ripe it is golden yellow in color. The fruit opens in halves. Inside is a red, fleshy part, which is the mace, and the nut-like seed. Inside this seed is the portion of the nutmeg used as a spice. The mace can also be dried and used as a spice, and it has a different flavor from nutmeg. Or it may be preserved in spirit as a sweetmeat. After the nuts are separated from the mace, they are dried in ovens until the kernels rattle in the shells. Then the shells are removed. Nutmegs are usually exported while still whole in order to retain their flavor. But nutmegs are used for flavoring food only after thej have been grated. Nuts that are considered inferior are ground and the oil is extracted. This is called "oil of mace" or nutmeg butter, but it is not made from mace. Most nutmegs come from the East Indies, West Indies, Spice Islands and Brazil. The other species of the nutmeg tree produce nuts similar to the nutmeg, but they are poorer in quality. There are also other families of tre'es that produce fruits like the true nutmeg. FUN TIME The Riddle Box 1. Why is there never a whole day? 2. How would you stop a herd of cattle from charging? 3. Why is a policeman like a rainbow? Answers 1. Becauss each morning day breaks. 2. Take away their ciedit cards. 3. Because he rarely appears until the storm is over. * * * EXTRA PRIZE YOU FINISH IT You may win a Britannica Yearbook for finishing this drawing. Originality and imagination count. Use this drawing or copy it any size. Important: entries must be addressed "Drawing," Tell Me Why, Tucson Daily Citizen, and give your name, age and address (give zip code). Send your tricks, riddles, or puzzles to TELL ME WHY! Give your name, age and address. A Britannica World Atlas or illustrated Year Book of important events in every field will be awarded for the letters selected each week. Coovrlsht 1947 MIDWAY PLAST'C PATIO PANELS For Roots, Awnings, etc. Ph. S2?-54? ©LUMBER SIX TIMES?/! 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