The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia on October 8, 1978 · Page 107
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The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia · Page 107

Sydney, New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia
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Sunday, October 8, 1978
Page 107
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Mclinda Smith (12), West Tamworth; Juniort Julia Nevill (9), Turramurra; Other Prize $1.00: Stephen Stanis (14), Eastwood; Elizabeth Harrington (13), Cymea; Nicola Byrne (14), ' Seaforthj Lee Smith (7), Harden; Keith Smith (11), Harden; Michelle Pearson (6), Penrith, PLAYTIME PUZZLES RESULTS SPECIAL $10 PRIZES Senior Section Susan Hoff (13), Valentine, Junior Section Robert Lord (11), Goulburn. SWAN 1st Prize, $3.00 Senlon Kyllo Wclntyre (12), Peakhurst; Juniort riBI,3piiK'.MIWllillWf JimillWHi JWIWlltL ,'JUIIIL 'llWllllllBiyil' WHY WONT YOU I - ANSWER ME ? 1 Sharon Anderson (II), Miranda; Other Prizes $1.00: Margaret Eccles-ton (12), Mittagong; Elizabeth Wilson (15), Beecroft; Julie Sangster (14), Warilla; Cathy Kennedy (11), Ash-field; Joanne Souster (9), Thornleigh Carlie Gilbertson (9), Carlingford. NECKLACE 1st Prizes $3.00 Senior! Helen Env rnctt (15), Miranda; Junior: Belinda Meares (9), Killara; Other Prizes $1.00: Karryn .Mullane (12), Bathurst; Julie Meredith (13), Bankstown; Sally Jcffreson (15), Wangaratta, Vk Keilie Wallace (8), Dickson, ACT; & Preston (10), Spit Junction; John Appleby (10), Collaroy Plateau. BOOK CHARACTERS 1st Prizes $3.00 Senior Helena Appleby (15), Collaroy Plateau; Juniort Corinne Martin (10), Peakhurst; Other Prizes $1.00: Margaret Edwards (13), Dandenong, Vic; Maria Maiheson (12), Emu Plains; Nicola Byrne (14), Seaforth; Kerrie' Davis (8), Gladesville; Mark Ortovich (9), Turra murra; Barbara Hazel (9), Young. Winners of point certificates will be notified by pest, $6 FOR 30 POINTS David Appleby, Collaroy Plateau; Matthew Chaumont, Liverpool; Kathleen Cruickshank, Orange; Kerrie Cillis, dontarf; Caryn Leask, East Lindfield; Julie Lee, Five Dock; Nl-cole Leistenschneider (11X French Forest; John Nash, Tamworth? Christine O'Neill (It), Hackett, ACT; Iain Pols (10), Turramurra; David Shapiro, Cabramatta; Michelle Spelde, Muswellbrook; Rosalyn Sproule, Hebersham, iiiiLipyQOQOCTniwnnninniuinjuirLiirjiiirniiir-'Ti""ii-"i' ia"iJuuiiiiuijgiuuuiiyiiiiiwwwMiiimiiimiiiM f OK... NO, I DONT "THINK HE'S I CLEVER AND YES, I DO THINK J theweet-bix mn c?mmmJj If gu uPT WHAT SHALL I BE? I wish I could be a movie star, I could live on lots of caviar; Td have loads and loads of money And my days would all be sunny! But now I really think about it The more I think the more I doubt U; My hfe would be a lonely one, Not very healthy and not much fun! Perhaps I could be an air hostess, But one small thing I must confess: Flying so high above the sea Would scare tlie daylights out of me! Hairdresser, nun or maybe a secretary-Working in a pb must be pretty scary; So I think I shall stay little forever Then my toys and I will always be together! . Prize of $4 to Susan Boyd (14), Bomadeny. How to Clean a Pair of Shoes Raise the shoes from their home: Hear them creak, squeak and moan Pick up the polish but not too quick, Make it sloppy but keep U thick. Shine on the polish all over the shoe, ; And make it look fust brand new You've done your job very well, And now your Mum will say you're swell Prize of $3 to David Gordon (11), Eastwood. (5 AT TOE BUS STOP: Prize of $3 to Colleen Gray (5), Bermagui. by AUGUSTINE A NEW DAY: Prize of $4 RIDDLES Q. Why do mother kangaroos hate rainy days? A. Because the kids have to play inside! -Kim Woodward (11), Toongabbie. Q. What kind of robbery is not dangerous? A. A safe robbery 1 - Narelle Robinson (12), Cremorne. Q. What is cut at the table but never eaten? A, A pack of cards! - Simone Bennett (12), Toongabbie. Q. What's the difference between a mouldy lettuce and a dismal song? A One's a bad salad and the other's a sad ballad. - Yield Strachan (12), Geelong, Vic Q. What has fine teeth but cannot chew? A A comb! - Joseph Nyhan (9 Armidalew Q. Why can't you talk with a goat around? A Because he always butts in! - Fiona Schofield (8), Csjiingford. to Jenny Lord (15), Penshurst. ENTRIES. . . All entries except jokes must be your own original work. Do not trace or copy. Drawings must be in black ink, black ball-point, or black felt-tipped pen. Best size is from 10 cm x 15 cm to 30 cm x 40 cm. Prizes and certificates are awarded each week for the most attractive, correct solu tions to the Playtime puzzles and the best efforts at colouring any picture from the Stun Herald Junior Paee. Prizes of $10 are awarded each week for the best set of puzzle solutions. The best junior and the best senior en trant in each competition will receive $3 each. In addition there will be at least five prizes of $1 each for runners-up in each competition. Are umrt is lb. Address all entries to Sun- Herald Junior, Box 4020, CPO, Sydney, 2001. . No contributions for these oases or entries in any contest, game or competition will be accepted from employees of Iohn Fairfax and Sons. Limited, or of associated companies or members of their families or employees of any other Sydney I J 1, 1 ; J IO- AUGUSTINE. newspaper company, 111 THE SUN-HERALD, (JCT 8, 1978 111

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