Lflmsoußnes SPECIAL CASH BARGAINS/ Do not foil to see the big stocks of Furniture and Home Furnishings on display at Lambournes. Priccs show Big Savings on values elsewhere. BEDDING SPECIALS is SINGLE ROLL EDGE MATTRESS. Well niled. Good, £3/9/9 J. SUPER UTILITY MATTRESS, well filled, With 9U). £A/tC/fi y-t > .<. - fillinsr to striked or :'floral tickings. *"*/ ~ W : m AL| _ WOOL SIN6LE MA TTRESS. Supe? quality. Heavy CC/%6/6 i|| 11 striped ticking-. Finished Roll edge. 3ft. size. " ' . m If LAYERTEX. Well known TattersfleW Mattress. A £7/5/0 p.| BEDSTEAD Ej| mattress we can thoroughly recommend. Good #/«*/ m Ba^ ,ete With £4/10/0 i WOOL MATTRESS. Well filled with gold Quality wool £7/11/6 ' fillintr. Roll edtrc. Stronjr ticking, it. 6in. size. * • * LOffIBOURnCS THREE LAMPS JflC <HotM Of QoetiJuAnctlife- POaSONBY ISSUED BY THE DEPT. OF HEALTH TO GET ADULT TEETH LI ICE THESE In our last dental message we empha- • B « b Y needs all his teeth to chew properly. sised the need to provide, in the ante- Good ehe *"'"9 P' omo,es 9 ood *•«*»"• natal stages, for sound teeth for baby. • Sore teeth prevent the proper chewing of Now we take the advice a stage hard food, which strengthens the jawbone, further an< ' mo ' ces '* grow. . * Children with their baby teeth missing Why should the first teeth—these tend to lisp or speak indistinctly. (Even "milk" teeth — require special care? stammering may be developed). Here are the reasons: — The first baby teeth to appear (the two front incisors) should normally last until six or • They act as guides to the permanent seven years of age, and the others up to 11 teeth. If baby teeth are lost too soon the years of age. soaces close and the permanent teeth, _ having less room, come through crooked EVERY CHILD SHOULD RECEIVE ITS FIRST and ualv DENTAL EXAMINATION AT 2-3 YEARS OF 9y " AGE. ENROL YOUR CHILD AT A SCHOOL • Decay in baby teeth will impair the child's DENTAL CLINIC OR WITH YOUR DENTIST. health, and may damage the permanent THE PRE-SCHOOL DENTAL CLINIC TAKES teeth next to them. CHILDREN UNDER SCHOOL AGE. , /. ,• r-• •••• 7•• ; ■ . _ . FOR A HEALTHIER NATION 26a
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STAR CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 'J-'x'.'- .■•'•I I • I' I?' I " — ™ l I—They spread rumours. ,~£ v : ' 4—Useful If you want the . facts of the cite. . ir " i&mii i'SSSS 6—The tort of storm that 4 J : •',:»/1 • '?&• goes to your heajJ? ' ' jf < . .?■' ... 7—Right country for the , w , ... ■ . ~m->* i&iiiiS. —— —•«««. ' "" n "' laity? i.y-vr' ■.:<}*'. © 9—Catch a parent perhaps. .•' J s , 11—Eaten by "Anna" when she _____ , , j.i.i........ —— ■. gets her " 8.A."? y 8 •' 13—Trim as the "beak" might ' s '. ~ ' -A-;: > ' do. .S : _____ 15—The sober part of first aid. ■■ —— —. ia """ m ™" 16—Could you recognise one " end of this wheel from the # Other? lilifiiiiln n i VlVlilMii T**--" SK?!® — """™ 5553? 17—Starved in a way for || /X propaganda purposes. ~ , x : S&SS DOWN . - -.- v - „__ Miiiii iMta ■ ■ uitti I—Two-thirds of a gallon. i. . 'v /5 J* 2—Edible form of strap. ~7 3—Would the sight of this : - ___ — liifiiiSi . i ■■ i ship make "Tommy" hesi- ir- • tate? ,J , * s—Drawn towards,. £&£■£ ——• B—There's money in donkey .■ :;MM : 16 1 I 10—The best game for a tired ;; ■ 11 man? ~—— j 1 11111 ™*■■*■" S!SS?|«S-!:;.-l-:I..-.. 12—She has a portion of real \J I .j, ' ' lee cream. ' 1 I • 14—M akts progress. but I I I I I 1 1 . '|g j *. r:':'';' quarrels. TUESDAY'S (JULY 24) SOLUTION ACROSS—I ChaUworth. 8 Owls, 10 Compro- DOWN—2 Hook. 3 Tepee. 4 Wooer, 5 Rhine, mise, 11 Rook, 12 Sloe, 16 Learner. 18 Genie. 6 Hoes. 7 Alto, 9 Trtr.comic,lo Connivance 13 19 Inane 20 ?eing. 21 Clvit. 22 Heine. 23 Enjoy. Leading man. 14 Elementary, 15 Lectern. 18 Noisy. 24 Minor, 25 Light, 26 Naughty. 30 Clef, 33 Vair. 17 Rightly, 20 Bijou, 27 Altar, 28 Gtaus, 29 34 Intonation, 35 Sage, 36 Firescreen. Tutor, 31 Lear, 32 Fief, 33 Vote.
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