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Crossword No. 164
1 Inner suburb of Perth (5,6)
9 Margin or area on a shield
or coat of arms
10 Personal name
11 Victorian locale on railway
and highway to Mildura
12 Queensland locale west of
Esk; salted and smoked fish
15 Water plant
16 Depart; operate
18 Cerium (chem. symbol)
19 Queensland resort near
22 Catechesis (abbr.)
23 American legal officer
30 Mouths; gullets
32 Prefix – not
33 Personal name
34 South Australian lake
1 Town on Princes Highway,
South Coast NSW
2 City in NSW Central West;
3 Australian aviation pioneer;
5 Large coastal lagoon south
of Perth (4,7)
6 Surgical procedure for
7 Night before; first woman
8 NSW locale towards coastal
end of Oxley Highway
13 Ancient Roman days
17 Opal like
19 Largest town of Copper
Coast region of SA
21 Australian capital city
25 Ancient Hebrew measure
27 Latin Motet: O ... Viatorum
29 Mountain saddle or pass
31 Semitic name – ‘lion’
Solution page 22
Thu 20 to Sat 22 August, 8pm
Wed 26 to Sat 29 August, 8pm
Matinees both Saturdays, 2pm
Preview Wed 19 August, 8pm ($11)
Arts Theatre, 53 Angas Street, Adelaide
8358 3018 from 27 July
8410 5515 from 17 August
BASS or TryBooking
Preview not available through BASS
The Therry Dramatic Society
proudly presents the historical drama
Gardening took on a biblical nature at St John
the Baptist Primary School at Plympton recently
when a group of students planted species
referred to in the Scriptures.
Mr Martin Crabb from Programmed Property
Services brought samples of the biblical
plants into the classroom and talked about the
references to them in the bible.
The trees and plants included olive and
pomegranate trees, mustard seed, laurel, bay
leaves, sage, coriander, rosemary and one of the
oldest cultivated plants, garlic, which was once
used for giving courage to soldiers.
He said there were a total of 125 different plant
species referred to in the old and new testaments
and he also mentioned parables about pruning
vines and planting mustard seeds.
The school’s APRIM Angela De Nadai said she
wanted the children’s environmental program
to link with the Catholic identity and Mr Crabb,
who was involved in building the school’s garden
beds, had suggested the biblical presentation.
She thanked him for donating the plants and
helping the children to plant them.
SOWING SEEDS: St John the Baptist Primary School is growing biblical-related plants in its garden.
Pictured are: (L-R rear) Martin Crabb, Emma, Lachie, Lachlan, Jordan, and Cesar;
(L-R middle) Igy, Darcy, Isabella, and Samuel; and (L-R front) Jessica and Hannah.
Bringing bible plants to life
BUSY BRAINY BEES:
Christian Brothers College
Year 10 students (L-R)
Matthew Tainsh, Yiani
Pantelios, Sriram Raj and
Yianni Briggs won the Team
Challenge in the SA finals
of the Australian Brain
Bee Challenge on June 29.
Yiani ranked fourth out of
41 students. While CBC’s
Tate Henderson ranked
in the top four percent in
the country and Nicholas
Nilsson in the top 14
percent. The Challenge is a
competition for Year 10s to
learn about the brain and
its functions, neuroscience
research and discover
careers in neuroscience.
To find out more contact
HOMELINK FOR CHILDREN 8202 5291
Room in your home ... room in your life
Become a Carer and welcome
a person with a disability
The Guild of St Luke
Mass and Dinner
Saturday October 17, 2015
Catholic Health Professionals are invited to
celebrate the Feast of our Patron Saint with an
afternoon of inspiring faith stories,
Mass and dinner at a nearby restaurant.
The Conference will be held in Connery 2
Meeting Room Calvary North Adelaide from 3-6pm.
Mass celebrated from 6-7pm
in the adjacent main chapel of Calvary Hospital.
Dinner begins at 7:30pm.
This half-day event is also open to family members.
Conference cost: (inc. 2-course dinner)
payable in cash only on the day.
Bookings essential – by October 9.
to Dr Randy Juanta 0412 872 639
or firstname.lastname@example.org and
for more information.
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