Adelaide Southern Cross in Adelaide, South-Australia
25 Apr 1947

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25 Apr 1947

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Adelaide Southern Cross (Newspaper) - April 25, 1947, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Cumuli Brum writers there was a Large attendance of committee members at the april monthly meeting held in the diocesan education building on april 13. The president or. H. J. Savage pre sided and business of the afternoon included the making of final arrange ments for the annual general meet ing to be held on sunday May 25, in the Australia Hall. The Secretary mrs. C. A. Sanders reported an excellent attendance of the Catholic blinded and their guides at afternoon Tea at elder Park Kiosk. After Tea the whole party were taken on the Torrens Lake in the Good ship the members of the association were delighted with the afternoon s Outing and fully appreciated being told of the Beauty of the Torrens Bank gardens. The Secretary further reported the enrolment of six new members to the association mrs. Hill mrs. O Reilly mrs. Langford mrs. Macroberts mrs. Coombs and miss Donovan. Mes Dames Hill and o Reilly were welcomed As members by mrs. F. J. Gib Bons at the afternoon Tea. The four remaining members Are residents at Lourdes Valley. Miss v. Doyle who has been on a visit to Victoria brought Back Greet Ings from Rev. Bro. O she also reported the death of mrs. Rayner a blinded member of our association and of Victoria. The Good Mother at Lourdes Valley notified the Secretary of the death of mrs. Rodgers. May they rest in peace. After the president had taken re ports on visiting and on braille writ ing the meeting closed. Stamps for missions the janitor gratefully acknowledges Stamps from the following Mission workers old ladies from Little Sisters of the poor mrs. Fitz Gerald Glen Osmond miss l. B. Matthews . Bureau miss a. Ivey Clarence gardens David s. Wark Hawthorn anon Post mrs. H. A. Lynch Adelaide Margaret sem mens and Diana Mayfield of St. Aloysius College. Very Many thanks to All. . News twelfth triennial convention. The National directory have de tails Complete for the twelfth triennial convention which will be opened by his grape the archbishop of Adelaide most Rev. M. Beo Vich d.d., the diocesan education building Wakefield Street on tuesday May 6, at 10 . Deputies from All districts of the society situate in Australia and new zealand will be present As follows National chaplain very Rev. M. J. Bayard . The directory Bro. T. Crichton i.c., ., National president Bro. Of a. Gibbie ., National treasurer Bro. L. Fitzgerald ., National Secretary. The no. 1 Bro. P. Collins Bro. M. Ryan ., . Bro. J. H. Kennedy . New zealand no. 3 Bro. D. J. Mclaughlin . New South Wales no. 4 Bro. J. T. Morrissey Bro. J. A. Selby Bro. C. Kelly ., . Southern Queens land no. 5 Bro. T. Gaffney ., . Bro. J. Riordan p.., . Bro. P. K. Casey . Rockhampton no. 6 Bro. K. T. Tracey . Adelaide no. 7 Bro. P. J. Neagle . Bro. W. J. Johnson .p. Bro. T. L. Rafferty ., . Western Australia no. 8 Bro. J. W. Whitley ., . Tasmania no. 9 Bro. J. T. O Loughlin ., . North Queensland no. 10 Bro. R. H. Tann . Membership branches and funds. Following is the position of the hibernian society in respect of members b r a inches funds District. Males females Juv. Total males mixed Juv. Fms. Total _ District Branch total Victoria. 10,836 3,000 -13,836 56 68 28 152 �296,600 �17,071 �313,671 new zealand 3,692. 447 4,139 41 28 3 72 160,6279,304 169,931 new South Wales 13,031 1,740 177 14,948 190 9 199 182,853 126,470" 309,323 Southern Queensland 6,073 634 18 6,725 18 36 3 3 60 193,155 43,638 236.793 Rockhampton 1,135 147 1,282 6 4 2 12 31,126 14,919 46,045 Adelaide 2,487 1,220 423 4,130 27 12 14 14 67 130,197 3,622 133,819 Western Australia 1,344 424 1,768 19 1.9 22,417 1,296 23,713 Tasmania 438 105 543 6 .2 8 4,540 13,027 17,567 North Queensland 630 77 117 824 4 8 2 14 24,061 5,683 29,744. 39,666 7,794 735 48,195 158 365 19 61 603 �1,045,576 �235,030 �1,280,606. Total membership throughout Australasia total funds throughout Australasia 1947 report 48,195 1947 report �1,280,606 1944 report 46,413 1944 report. �1,166,809 increase 1,782 increase �113,797 it. Gambier news the first Large scale Metal plating works to be established in mount Gambier will open in a workshop next to Lange and co s garage in july or August. Machinery "worth-�2,000 will be installed to handle Copper Nickel chromium and eventually Silver. As one of the Law society Confer ence functions at mount Gambier a dinner was held when the president of the Law society . G. Alder Man . Spoke of the Legal profession and its relation to the Community. Messes. J. L. Travers and w. E. Pyne members of the Law society were also prominent. Or. And mrs. A. O. Kennedy who have been paying a visit to mount Gambier will return to Adelaide at the week end. Miss Bertha Reynolds now of Glen Elg is holidaying in her bid Home town. Bertha was a foundation member and first president of mount Gambier legion of Mary. Another foundation member Active Secretary and organiser Bubs Schonfeldt now mrs. Fred Buck Rof Kalgoorlie has been visiting her Mother and she is t n her Way Back to the West. Weird howling noises like those from a wireless or dog in pain startled port Macdonnell councillors inspecting a rubbish dump recently. Inspection of a nearby hedge failed to reveal dog wireless or Gramo phone and left councillors More bewildered until the chairman or. H. E. Pick discovered a hollow Metal Telegraph pole with a series of Dif Ferent holes facing the wind. As the wind Rose so the howls. Or. John Charles Sutton Glen Cree Wandrilo who died on Mon Day february 24, after an illness extending Over about four years was one son Henry Wandrilo and four Sutton Pioneer residents of Sutton town and he was born in that District in May 1859. He was 88 years of age. In the same year his parents moved to Compton and there he spent his youth. In april 1891, he was married in St. Paul s Church to miss Mary Mcdonough who predeceased him. They had a family of five children one son Henry Wandrilo and four daughters mrs. Nonie Harrington Tower Hill vicars. Monica Weiss Perth the misses Grace and Ann Sutton Wandrilo. He leaves two Brothers or. James c. Sutton Mitchell Street and or. Anthony p. Sutton Wandri Loand one sister mrs. M. Green Marino. . Or. George Thomas Yeates Wattle Park Penola who died in the Penola District Hospital on thursday april 10, after an illness of two months was a son of the late or. And mrs. Mark Yeates old residents of Penola District and he was born there in december 1882. He was 65 years of age. He leaves five Brothers Tom pen Lamark Francis Katanga rooted Korpit Jack James town and Bill Naracoorte. He also leaves three Sisters miss Eliza Beth Ann Wattle Par mrs. T. F. Pannell Penol and mrs. F. Hal lion Prospect. . Or. Sam Fletcher who passed away at the Kingston Hospital was one of Robe s oldest residents. He was aged 82 years and spent the whole of Hig life in the Robe District. Though not enjoying very Good health _ for some years past or. Fletcher retained an Active memory and was Able to live in retirement at Robe. He was the youngest of the family and was the last survivor of his Gene ration. Or. Fletcher yield land hear Robe and Clay Wells and spent Many years sheep farming. He was a member of the Robe District Council for a number of years and spent several terms As chairman. Deceased leaves a widow one son or. Maurice Fletcher Rob and two daughters mrs. A. Ward Robe and Lister Dominic of the Convent of mercy. Naracoorte. The remains were interred in the Robe cemetery. . Recital by Paul Schramm a feature4 of Paul Schramm s play ing on which everybody agrees they have to is his matchless technique or in plainer English the Way he handles the piano. � from the Start of Friday s programme Rondo Capriccioso of Mendelssohn and the first part of Beethoven s so called Moon Light sonata his technique was much in evidence. It never became Mere virtuosity but was an essential fac Tor in making every item even the most familiar an offering of intense interest. Without it the Nocturne in f Sharp major Chopin would have been the usual Choppy Rendi Tion whereas Schramm performed it with a fluency As delightful As it was surprising. Although the pianist described trois eco Saises h Chopin As de scotched he succeeded in evoking whatever scotch is in them not Only rhythmically but melodically. Marygold by Billy Mayerl was an offering of great interest. It is jazz and Schramm stated his conviction that jazz is As much a part of Musi Cal culture As Czerny studies. He told the audience that Fie had trans lated Mayerl s method of jazz playing but that Mayerl himself played his compositions too fast. Schramm s playing of Marygold was in Mode rate Tempo and one had time to appreciate the Clever modulation and the other really musical factors in it. Other modern numbers were Ada Giet to from the Ballet Les Tiehes and Waltz in c major poulenc the clowning of the latter occasionally obscuring its musical Worth ritual fire dance de Falla and Bolero rim Longas. In this As in All his programmes Paul Schramm shows himself to be a musician of common sense and a breadth of Outlook which is the result of expat musical erudition. A. E. O lean. Informal childhood snapshots Are a Joy throughout the years for simpler easier a surer snapshots of your kiddies Load pm Sajja with Kodak film you press the Button Kodak and it does the rest. The m at the picture. Kodak film of All Kodak dealers and Kodak a Sia pay. Ltd., 37 Rundle St., Adelaide ass Sian Guild the annual picnic at National Park last sunday was Well attended and enjoyed by All who managed to there by hired bus private car or train. It was suggested however that a picnic held earlier in the year when the weather is not so doubtful would attract even greater numbers. With this in mind the enthusiastic members of the picnic committee have already begun to discuss plans for next year s picnic. These will be no group meeting this week but the monthly general meeting will be held in the diocesan education building on Friday May 2, at 8 . The speaker for the evening will be Rev. Brother sylves Ter principal of sacred heart col lege and his subject christianity and the annual Retreat will be held on sunday May 4, beginning at 11.30 ., at the dominican Convent Cabra. A colonel Light gardens bus leaves North Terrace at 11 . And will take you to Cross roads a few minutes walk from Cabra. Bring your own lunch Tea and sugar. If for some reason you Are prevented from attending the morning sessions come in the afternoon. The Retreat master will be Rev. For. D. Lewis of the dominican fathers North Ade Laide

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