The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on May 24, 1992 · Page 79
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The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia · Page 79

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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Sunday, May 24, 1992
Page 79
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SUPER SCENE tadswork S S J 7 Stained glass All the colours you can imagine. Shining through our front door. Reds, blues, oranges and greens. Reflecting on the floor. The beautiful, wonderful colours. Through our front door, they glow The design looks really pretty. Like the colours of a rainbow. Prize of $5 to Julio (It). Georges Hall. ALIEN: Prize of $5 to Noni (15). Walcha. a OUR MICE ARE CALLED MICKEY, MINNIE AND GEORGINA: Prize of $5 to Tanya (8). Caringbah. Q: What happened to Q; Why didn't the skel- the cat who swallowed a eton jump off a cliff? ball of wool? A: Because he had no A : It had mittens. guts. Cathy (10), Hornsby Patrick (9), Holden Hill His. SA. Winter! WINTER is almost here, down under. Just thinking about it makes me so sad. I spent nearly the whole summer at the beach. I swam and surfed and played volleyball. 1 had three bathing suits, but none of them ever got a chance to dry out because 1 swam constantly. Prize of $5 to Daniella (11), Wetherill Park. HAVE fun with these puzzles. No 1: The letters on the jumper spell the name of a rock group. See if you can sort it out. No 2: Cut out the pieces and fit them together to make a picture. No 3: Only two of these cakes have the same topping. Which ones are they? Complete and colour the puzzles. There are two prizes of S10 for good entries to all three puzzles, and 12 prizes of 55 for individual puzzle entries. You can enter one, two or all three puzzles. Send to Super Scene, Box 4020, GPO Sydney, 2001, with your full name, age and address, by June 10. Q: What do you call a vampire's ship? A: A blood vessel. Philip (10), Randwick. Q: Q: What comes tw ice in a week but once in a year? A: The letter E. Heidi (11), Forestville. Q: Why did the computer cross the road? A: Because the chicken programmed it. Carla (12), Georges Hall. LEARNING TO SKATE: Prize of $5 to Elissa (11). Valentine. MY FRIEND JENNY: Prize of $5 to Neibi (13). Glebe. GOING TO THE BEACH: Prize of $5 to Paul Miranda. (11). THE SUN-HERALD, May 24, 1992 79

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