Crossword Puzzle No. 37
|4||Gunwale: side board of canoe|
|11||Numerous, important; shield|
|20||Mount, get on|
|21||Place close together|
|23||Poor, having no property|
|25||Addressing a girl|
|29||‘Pathway over the Sea’—name of the new Cook Strait Ferry|
|33||Entrance to hinaki|
|34||Moon on 12th day|
|42||Long after, approve|
|44||Be understood, apprehended|
|47||Heap up, pile; extort|
|52||Is it not so?|
|1||War party; 140 troops|
|14||Hiss; raise up|
|15||From, belonging to|
|17||Fend off; push back|
|26||Int. expressing surprise|
|27||It were better|
|28||Well up, spring; flow in dribbles|
|29||Gale, storm, rain|
|55||Avenged, paid for|
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SCHOOL LUNCHES should taste good, look good and BE GOOD for your children
FOR LUNCH give your child something from each of these groups:
Sandwiches or rolls filled with egg, cheese, fish, meat or peanut butter.
One or more sweet sandwiches with dates, raisins, bananas or jam.
Alternatively—plain cake or biscuits, or a scone.
Any raw fruit or vegetable.
Pack the lunch in a lunch box with each type of food packed separately in greaseproof paper—not newspaper.
FOR PLAYTIME —milk followed by fruit is best.
A FREE copy of the booklet “SCHOOL LUNCHES” can be obtained from your Medical Officer of Health or by writing to Dept. of Health, P.O. Box 5013, Wellington.
GOOD LUNCHES MAKE HEALTHY CHILDREN ISSUED BY THE NEW ZEALAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH