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Brisbane Courier (Newspaper) - June 29, 1953, Brisbane, Queensland National Library of Australia no sectarian strife Church leaders agree toleration is Rule toleration was the Rule Between religious denominations in Queensland Church leaders said yesterday. They said the state was almost free of sectarian strife and people of All beliefs not. Along Well together archbishop Duhig said the churches in Queens land Are like a Happy family we get along Well to Gether and we Don quarrel he said. Earlier in . Stephen s Cathedral he had told catholics that during the growth of the Church in Brisbane had been his policy not to offend others of different faiths. We must live in Harmony with our fellow citizens he said. Young people should be brought up to love god an Australia dedication the archbishop was speaking the dedication of the first Centre in Queens land of the oblate fathers an order of missioners. The �6000 property in Norman Parade Eagle Junction will House five priests who will travel All Over Queensland on Mission work. He publicly thanked ? the assistant minister of the Church of England Clayfield Parish the Rev. D. N. Mor Riso for visiting the oblate fathers soon after their arrival. Last night the anglican Rector of Clayfield the Rev a. L. Sharwood said i would have gone and welcomed the fathers myself but i was very Busy just then. After All we Are All preaching the same gospel in one Way or another no quarrels preaching in the City congregational Church As part of the world Day of prayer for students the Rev. T. Rees Thomas said Queensland is particularly free of sectarian quarrels. Unless curls plans can live together in Harmony How can they teach Harmony to others while our churches Are United on Many things that matter no Energy should be spared to face the obstacles which still exist and prevent even closer Unity in . John s Cathedral Dean Denis Taylor said that 60 years ago denominational strife was much More bitter than to Dav. ? advertisers announcements last Days of this great courier mail offer hh0vi �5/5/0 fim 55 for Only Fly a w Hoij Jujj plut 2/6 for Carriage Khz Hrew a Wmk packing. ? 42/ a a to Huj every play Ever written by Bernard Shaw Tebe is your once in a lifetime Opportunity to secure one of the most valuable and important works Ever to be produced. A Book proudly presented by the courier mail in the most exceptional Reader privilege offer Ever made. A volume unique in itself exclusive unabridged Unur curable elsewhere. In one great volume every play Shaw Ever wrote. An immortal Treasury of Brilliant classic literature. This is an investment you must not miss. 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J ? ? ? j Selling while stocks last the courier mail Book dept., 239a Adelaide ., i and the courier mail Valley shoppers service next to the escalators ground floor. C. Beirne Valley. 4bh calling 3 . To Day a new Telephone quiz compared by John Cahill dvekt18eks1 announcements smut j Patent no. I18m7 ? stops % coughs Quick tue Klez Canami mixture blend carriers pay. Ltd. Car. Brun Markk Ivory sli., cheap storage rates \ phone i 733-4 .1. Mrwi5mef a Flat Iota 0 Australia s disastrous shortage of High protein dry odder overcome with equipment built by a. E. Goodwin Ltd. Due to Australia s unusually favourable climate More than 90% of All dry fodder used is Sun dried. Research however has shown that the protein value of Sun dried Hay Lucerne ?etc., is Jar lower than if scientifically dried by controlled heat and far Loiver than the essential protein needed for feeding cattle sheep poultry and other livestock. To increase primary wealth by preserving this food protein of a. E. Goodwin limited now manufacture in Australia the world famous Louisville dryer. The Louisville mechanical � process Means that All crops can be Cut earlier in the season dried irrespective of weather conditions and give a food with protein value up to 25%, instead of the usual 4. 10% to 15% a conservation that ultimately Means increased food Supply for the nation. Full details of How Louisville equipment can be installed either on big properties s v or As a co operative Effort can be obtained by consulting g.a.c. Section Goodw a Ltd. % new South Wales 47 Forsyth Street Glebe. Victoria Brent Wood House . Kilrea Road Melbourne. Branches Brisbane Adelaide Perth. Operating throughout Australia new zealand and the South Pacific. H if its engineering consult Goodwin s first ? 9 ? Stock share brokers a l. Neplir is co. A. And 8i\ brokers. Not Mut bid. B36d1 Flea rules Elu Oli a son. E not a House. 35b-35b Queen . B2077. B. Ii Frank Charlton Bra a Bank of allot. Chs. B2775. B2776 unfinished business treatment of rheumatism continuing research on Back joint limb & muscular aches & pains fill bodily movement amazing of Vanees. Bui a s the combination of valuable Mecoli to suit All requirements in cases of h Iff like Oil new discover Progress is mo5t sound ?0 11? let.his ult Ord of amalgamated Laboffe when steadily paced. H ?dqe7r wl1 Les. 170 Clarence Street Sydney. Take the latest medical marvels the the no fit Sij Keh Pils � drugs. If people could get these Readal hemp ,, and ,. Swollen 9 Jinks and Muscles head ily much damage might result. Those Tow of country to a jux or r Eek of j ml1 z6 hoi pains who take these medicines May acquire people will Beno flt from the taking of Hai ? Cromp d Stur Beh nights weary or Dixy Moon like faces often gain weight excess Rison s pills.hun from the scarcer american Pells Lou of Energy 01 interest shadows sively. Such troubles will probably be Over drugs. Under the eyes Uri my difficulties certain come in time meanwhile what does the ? and the com i fractional id compar so blood and skin troubles. La Ess lome Suu a is Seffl is her i Wlter esl Effige 1 in a get Harrison s pills ? late funeral notices Exxon. The relatives and friends of Edward a. Exton Burleith Heads or. And . J. Black of Ipswich Road South Brisbane or. And . W. G. Exton. Of Cleveland Are invited to attend the funeral of his beloved wife their Mother and Mother in Law Margaret Agnes win Ning Exton to leave her daughter s residence. 83 Ipswich Road South Brisbane to Morrow tuesday morning 10.30 o clock for the . Thompson crematorium. Service 10.15. Cut Flowers Only John Hislop & sons. Funeral directors. White George Henry 285 Ulven Terrace padding Ion 26th in btn., 1st . Engine Driver Queensland railways. Relatives und friends of . V. H. White. Mrs. M. Robinson . I. Wombold. Or. And . J. Cronin. Or and . Chase Bundaberg and families arc respectfully invited to attend the funeral of her late beloved Hus band their brother. Brother in Law. Iii Uncle appointed to leave the Parlour 400 Wickham Street. To Morrow tuesday for the mount Thompson crematorium after the service commencing 8.45 . Cut Lowers by request. Metropolitan funerals. Glorified College varsity danger there was a danger of 1 universities becoming glorified technical training colleges Dean d. E. Taylor said yesterday. This was because of the beat amount of technical knowledge which had to be covered he said. Dean Taylor was preach ing in . John s anglican Cathedral on the world Day of prayer for students. He said that a University course had tended to be come a very narrow one. The great Field of information which had to be taught could produce Brilliant technicians but they could be almost uneducated in the Means to salvation. Mechanistic View education should be sufficiently fundamental for students to know something of philosophy and religion he said. The Queensland univer sity agriculture professor professor l. J. H. Teakle speaking in the City congregational Church said that the need for god appeared to recede As science advanced. Our Young people Are brought up in a techno logical environment and be come unduly impressed by the mechanistic View of the world and of human life Alp Nih personal or. Stanley Willmott australian automobile association president and Racq immediate past president leaves for Sydney to Day to attend an executive meeting of the austra Lian automobile association. First asians in revue Relve asian students will take part in the University s annual revue in the Rialto theatre. West end this week. Revue director or George Cridland said last Nicht that this was the first time asian students had had parts in the revue. The revue is entitled atom and eve first half is made up of variety items. The revue will be staged every night from to night to Fri inv night. Minim yesterday s picture of a 250,000-gallon Cor Oil tank new farm ready for towing Down the Brisbane River. Resting on pontoons the tank will Rise with the tide. took five Days to move the tank 250ft. From tuesday to Satur Day engineers of the Commonwealth Oil refineries had taken Inch by Inch Down the Steep incline from its former resting place. They used steel hawsers to guide Down a 130ft skid Way of piping moving less than 6m a time. Then a Winch and Hydraulic jacks cased on to a Pontoon and a tug took another 120ft to us present resting place. Float on tide to Day a High tide will float the Pontoon on which stands and a tug will haul 21 Miles to the new Cor installations Whin stancs. There tractors will draw mounted on skids through half a mile of rough country to its new resting place. Planning for its move began about five years ago. 5-year planning the tank was emptied of 300,000 Gallons and then made Gas free by Engi neers. The eight other Stor age tanks new farm will follow Down the River. The Cor Queensland manager or. W. E. Wal Ler said last night that this was the first time in Australia that an Oil storage tank had been moved intact by land and water. Serve the democratic processes Abc is consistently violently criticised probably no other Public institution in _ Australia was so consistently and violently criticised As the australian broadcasting com Mission or. R. G. F. Boyer said last Noahr. Or Boyer chairman of the commission spoke on a National broadcast to commemorate the 21st birthday of the Abc on july 1. We do not stand for right or left for High brow or Low brow but seek to serve ? the democratic processes and the cultural advancement of the people As a whole he said. I doubt whether any Commonwealth institution has had so Many investigations inquiries or commit tees of review. Our administration finance and policy have All been turned inside out Public hearings i would even suggest that parliament give us a Public Cross examination As often As every three years for listeners this is not Only a staff birthday Celebration but also one for the listeners the australian Community for the Abc is yours we Are merely your trustees operating a service with your Money or. Boyer said the Abc was not a vehicle for any particular political party or religion nor was used for propaganda As in the dictator countries. In 1932 five trustees were appointed and told to see to that labour. Liberal country party protestant Catholic country City Edu cation sport were All re presented. All opinions there Are violent differences of opinion to nearly All our broadcast sessions. Hot music is Gall to some our announcers Are either criticised for being fruity stilted and Superior or for using Slang still i Hope the criticism never stops. We cannot change the course of our policy with every wind that blows but Public criticisms Are not disregarded eighty per cent of All schools in Australia included Abc school sessions in the regular curriculum or. Bover said Liberal leaders for the North the state Liberala Leader or. T. A. Hiley and Deputy Leader or k. Morris left Brisbane last night for a pre sess Lonal fortnight s tour of North and Cen trial Queensland. First session of the new state parliament will open on tuesday August 4.1 landscapes Max gallery on View the Max gallery Are australian landscape paintings in Oil and water Colour. Among the artists represented Are Robert Johnson h. Hanke Max Ruglass and Rufus Morris. John Eldershaw s the boat Sheds and Bill bus Tard s sunny Queensland Are pleasing water colours. Leonard Long s late afternoon much in the mood of Gruner is nicest amongst the oils. Joint showing Alan Baker and Harry Pugmire Are having a Point exhibition the Moreton galleries. Alan Baker shows Oil paintings of Flower pieces Small portraits and one nude More or less painted with an Eye on popular a peal. Let us quote the chinese Painter poet. Us Tungpo the one who values a Pic Ture for its likeness has no More discrimination than a child. The one who can write a poem according to rules has certainly no claim to the Fame of a poet another chinese critic who lived in the fifth Cen Tury put spirit and Power of the Brush first. He adds that spirit must be inborn and cannot be replaced by skill. As to Pugmire he has nine landscapes in pastel tech Nique and four in Oil. There is much room for improve ment in the oils. The pastels Are More interesting. Gertrude Langer. To visit Waco the army minister or. Francis will visit 11 National service training Bat Talion canid. Waco. 10.30 am to Day. J 11 am to Morrow he will visit the new Camp Home of the 1st battalion. Royal australian regiment. A i 4bk and 4bh new quiz sessions to Day new quiz sessions and a new serial take the air from 4bk and 4bii to Day. Beloved Vagabond will be a Favourite serial for housewives. gets away to a Good Start 8.45 am from 4bk. 3 pm on the same station you la hear the first broadcast of Knock atthe door Jackpot quiz. 3 pm 4bh calling also a quiz programme pre sents its first queries and prizes. 5 am to noon 4bk. 5.0 ranch club. 5.30 head line news. 6.0 news on the hour. 6.25 headline news. 6.30 break fast melodies. 7.25 morning Star. 7.45 news. 1.30 Wake Leld. The Home or Mary Lane. 8.45 be loved Vagabond opening episode. 9.0 Delia of four winds. 9.14 the Aspro Short Story. R 9.30 thing old something new. 10.0 or Paul. 10.15 Crystal melodies. 10.30 Singer sewing Centre of the air. 10.45 imprisoned heart. 11.0 morning reveries devotional. 11.15 women s Page. 11.45 Coral House Home of the judds. Ii Sii. 5. 30 the Cactus club. 6.15 headline news. 6.20 Bright break fast music. 7.0 melodies Lor a modern miss. 7.30 diary of n chemist. 7.35 Bright breakfast music. 7.45 news. 8.0 Down Mcl Civ Lone. 8.30 Kitty Foyle. 8.45 danger to Paradise. 9.0 Micro Groove mum 9.15 Beauty through tha years. 9.30 Johnny Napoleon. 9.45 nurse White. 10.0 1 Junior jackpots. 10.15 the hands of time. 10.30 dangerous lady. 10.45 final years. 11.0 non top variety. Inc 5.0 Dawn Buster requests. 8.30 notorious. 8.45 the Lillian Dale Aflalo. 9.0 morning devotions. 9.15 . Obbs. 9.30 Trio intruder. 9.45 sincerely Tillo Morsden 10.0 Patrick . 10.15 Imperial Lover. 10.30 mu6lc. 11.15 Gerry Connolly s Guod Story club. 11.30 music. Ito. C.9 essential services and Early morning music. 6.40 pacing the week Rev. John Bell. 7.0 stars of song. 7.15 morning me Ody. 8.10 readings from the Bible Rev. John Bell. 8.15 the orchestra plays. I.15 time for music. 9.30 kindergarten session. 9.55 sacred music and Dally devotional sister Julian. 10.15 sym phony hour. 11.0 music eleven. 1g. 7.0 bbl sporting newsletter. 7.15 breakfast session Russ Tyson. 8.0 music miscellany. 8.15 Hospital half hour Russ Tyson. 8.45 Pickwick papers 9.0 play again. 9.30 tunes tha keyboard. 10.0 yours for the ask ing. 10.30 women s session. 10.55 women s session local notes by Rita Hunt Russ. 11.0 Melody to hound. 11.30 school broadcast speech training More words on a string. 11.45 school broadcast health and Hygiene How our bodies work Man and his Muscles. Ike. 5.30 music shop. 6.0 Yawn patrol. 6.45 news. 7.0 swing Ahdi you. 7.20 your number s up. 7.4s news. 8.0 your service. 8.51 children s session. 8.30 Sweet and Mellow. 8.42 to Mother with love b.0 radio Church. 9.15 top of the morning. 9.30 they song for you. 9.45 Happy feet. 10.0 dedication to the Blind. 10.19 morning diary. 10.30 Charm of the Ballet. 11.0 you can help Laughlin. 11.15 Tenor Star. 11.30 Ipswich time. 11.55 Market re ports. Noon to 6 pm Ink 12.0 women s Page. 12.30 news. 12.40 Community notices. 12.45 medical Mother. 1.0 Robert Boughn the City Hall Organ. 1.15 Micro Groove Muiloc. 1.45 choose your own. 3.0 Knock to the door Jackpot quiz. 4.30 Junior choose your own. 5.0 children s session. 5.15 the Sec of Shadow Valley. 5.30 chips starring chips Rafferty. 5.55 wrestling interview. Ism 12.0 luncheon Dale. 12.30 news. 12.40 luncheon Date. 1.30 health in the air. 2.0 alarm clock quiz. 2.30 who was she 2.35 orchestral interlude. 3.0 4bh calling. 4.0 alarm clock que. 4.30 rumpus room. 5.15 inc 12.0 lunchtime varieties. 12. 16 radio newsreel. 12.45 Beau Yoesle. 1.0 to Day s tops. 2.0 a Man called Shepphard. 2.15 the Devil s Duchess. 2.30 the great tradition. .2.45 All visitors ashore. 3.0 Mavis presents. 4.0 ipe Wlch calling. 4.30 pals club. 5.0 music. Iqra 12.0 song time. 12.15 mid Day Melody. 1.15 news commen tary. 1.30 Young Australia James Thomas piano and Ruth fun Nell Soprano. 1.45 afternoon prelude. 2.0 for the music Lover. 5.45 monday matinee no name. 3.20 talk exc Vatani on 3yrin or Jericho 3.30 operatic half hour. 4.15 the Best in music. 5.15 evening serenade. 5.15 singing together Kentucky minstrels. Kig 12.0 country hour. 15.19 state markets and music. 12.15 weather report. 12.48 agricultural talk John Douglass interviews r cossiboom. American Wool authority on Wool top future mar Ket 1.0 Blue Hills. 1.15 Lun Cheon music. 1.45 sectional we Lher. River Heights and music. 2.0 housewife s Choice. 2.25 school broadcast secondary eng Lish drama the merchant of Van co. 2.45 school broadcast music makers songs and dances sea dances. 3.0 mirth and Melody. 3.30 Star dance band rankle Carle. 4.0 Ballad time. 1.13 bbl newsreel. 4.30 Continental Musicale. 5.0 the austra Lian composer. 5.15 children s session. Ike 12.0 Mountain Moonshine. 12.15 Pacific Panorama. 12.30 news. 12.45 lunchtime Harmony. 1.30 Nambour show time. 2.30 workshop theatre. 4.30 austra Lian music. 4.45 popular concert. 5.0 prelude to dinner. 5.43 movie time 6 pm to 8 pm 4bk. 6.0 top pops. 6.15 Phillip Marlowe investigates. 6.30 Rod Craig. 6.45 dad and Dave. 7.0 news. 7.15 when a Lorl marries 7.30 inspector. West. 7.t5r-Bmolty Dawson. 4bii 6.0 dinner music. 6.45 Bur tons of Banner Street. 7.0 news. 7.15 Tom Corbet space Cadet. 7.30 the Cadbury show. 4bc 6.0 dinner music. 6.15 the adventures of Tom Blake. 6.30 Dick Barton special agent. 6.45 racing anticipations. 7.15 courtship and marriage. 7.30 the Golden Road. 7.45 epitaph for Henriette. 4qu ? 8.0 Phyllis Mcdonald play ers. 6.30 dinner music. 7.15 news commentary. 7.20 austra Lian ballads. 7.30 radio Reper tory death of a Cardinal by Diana Maccallum. 4qg. 6.0 Blue Hills 6.15 latest and brightest. 6.35 bbl Cricket previews 2nd test. Australia v England. 6.40 8portlng highlights. 6.45 stranger come la 6.58 weather report. 7.15 the artists the dance band and me. 7.45 Muslo hath charms Jay Wilbur ensemble 4kq. 6.0 roped Square. 6.25 hosts present. 6.30 the ringer. 7.0-news. 7.15 roaming round Spain. 7.30 Gallagher and Shean. 7.55 hold that ticket. From 8 pm 4bk. .0 Vincent s hour of mys Tery. 8.30 test scores from cables until 10.30. 9.0 stardust reporter. 9.30 wrestling from the Brisbane stadium. 10.1 1 bbl transcription of test Cricket commentary by Bert Oldt Leld and Jack Fingleton. 10.45 news. .1.30 Bright music till Dawn. Ii1h. 8.0 give a go. 8.30 Gladys Moncrieff show. 9.0 just for you. 9.15 Kings of the Waltz. 9.30 2nd test Cricket broadcast from England. 10.30 test sum Maries. 10.45 news. 11.0 close. Iii. 8.0 i m on parole. B.3o with song in Sam. 8.45 a. Song for you. 9.0 pop music. 9. 5 Perry Mason. 10.10 radio newsreel. 10.30 music. 11.0 music to Dawn. ? -1h in in do Union food and population Are there any answers to this vital problem.o Ema Berger Soprano. �.15 Sydney orches iral concert soloist Jascha 3 n 1 v a Kovsky piano. 10.o chamber music Adelaide string quartet. 10.30 ii ilk the search for values materialism and Ltd critics by j. U. Thornton. air top 4qfi. 8.16 s not Cricket Rich Ard Murdoch and Kenneth Home. 8.25 preliminary talk. 2nd test Australia v England. 8.30 Cricket description 2nd test Australia v England. 10.40 music and Cricket comments. 11.20 Cricket description and stumps summary 2nd test Australia v England. 3.35 approx close. Ike ? 8.0 featured artist. 8.30 in town to night. 9.0 sold a million. 9.30 wrestling relay. 10.0 pair of aces. 10.30 dance and Romance. 11.0 news. 11.30 close. 4ip s.0 Wake up and live. 6.10 cow boy Corner. 6.35 Queensland times news service. 6.45 breakfast session. 8.45 a Star entertains. 9.0 women s ses Sion. 9.30 always this yester Day. 9.45 movie music. 10.0 or. Paul. 10.15 my heart i desire. 10.30 How Green was my Valley. 10.45 shopping in the suburbs. 11.15 front Page lady. 12.0 midday musical 1.0 Rosewood calling. 2.30 rendezvous programme. 4.0 Gatton calling. 5.30 modern music. 5.50 news and Muslo of the movies. Shefte College of music. 6.15 Phillip Marlowe investigates. 6.30-hlts of the pay. 6.45 Laura. 7.15-Melodytime, 7.30 dossier on deme Trius. 7.45 Smoky Dawson show 8.0 Olve a go. 9.30 swing time. 10.10 music for Rossiii 4qr, 9.15 a bus a Seivi on the. Hour from 4bkak morning 2.0 and 4.0 4bc. 5.30 4bk head line news6.0 4bk special news on the hour. 4bc headline news4qr, 6.15 4bk 6.25 4bk. 6.45 4qr, a a. 7.45 air stations. Afternoon 12.15 4bk-ak-ip-bh, by. 12.30 4qg, a a. 1.30 4qr, 4.0 4qr. Night 7.0 All stations. 9.0 4qg. 10.0 4bk-ak-ip, by by. 11.5 4qg, a a. 12.0 4bc. O old migrant increase least of states half Aust average the migration increase in population has been smaller i Queensland than any other state since 1946. Queensland has received less than half the average migration increase of other states. The annual increase in migrants in Queensland tween january 1, 1946, my december 31, 1951, averaged 4.06 per 1000 of he population. Increases in other states Outing the same period vere new 10.28 per 1000 Ictoria 9.66 South aus Ralia 9.9 Western aus Ralia 15.72 and Tasmania .7.39. The australian annual average per 1000 people ver the five years was 9.93. Intake less a state migration officer Aid last night that Queens land did not get the same immigration intake As the More highly industrialised areas. He said the state was decentralised and had a Small population. The in take had to be related to its capacity to absorb. Population figures show an alarming fall in Queensland s rate of growth. This state led All others Between 1933 and 1947 with a population Rise of 16,8 per cent. New followed with 14 8 per cent Western Australia 14.5 per cent tas mania 13 per cent Victoria 12.9 per cent and South Australia 11.2 per cent. Migrant drop but the position altered greatly Between june 30, 1947. And june 30. 1952. The Queensland increase dropped to 11.9 per cent and new to 13.5 per cent. West Ern Australia Rose to 19.7 per cent Tasmania to per cent Victoria to 13.7 per cent and South Australia to 14.5 per cent. Contributing Factor to the drop in the growth rate of Australia and Queensland is the fall in the number of migrants. Here Are the australian figures for migrants 1947, 10,611 1948, 55.115 1949, 150,001 1950, 152.505 1951, 111,433 1952, 94,032. In the population race be tween capital i cities Bris Bane is running fifth. Increases Between 1u47 and december last year were Canberra. 76 per cent Perth. 27 per cent Adelaide. 20 per cent Hobart 19 per cent Brisbane. 16.7 per cent Melbourne 13.6 per cent and Sydney. 9.2 Der cent. Haulers in association Melbourne by Tele Printer delegates representing hundreds of Long distance Road haulers in four Eastern states formed the australian Road haulers association a Day conference this week end. The Queensland body which signed was the Queensland interstate haulers association. the direction of the Federal body will launch immediately a state wide Campaign. A printed poster display ing a few simple rules will but attached to Cabin doors of trucks driven by federa Tion members. Church film a 20-minute Coronation film was shown after the evening service in Paul s presbyterian Church last night. The film was Lent by the British and foreign Bible society. Students speak australian student Chris Tian movement representatives spoke in several City churches yesterday on the world students Day of prayer. Siisi pills morning general sport bbl sporting newsletter 7.0 4qg. Evening. Wrestling description from Brisbane stadium 9.30 4bk, 4kq. Cricket second test England v Australia preliminary talks 6.35 pm 8.25 pm 4qgdescription from s.30 pm on wards 4bk, 4bh, 4qg. Special to Day 3 pm first broadcast of Knock tie door Jackpot quiz 4bk4bh calling new quiz session. 7.45 pm music hath charms with the Jay Wil Bur ensemble 4qg. 9.15 pm Sydney orchestral concert with Jascha Spivakovsky the piano 4qr. Playwright s preface go warned his readers to what he satirically termed a warning from the author writ ten of a a reface to hit plays George Bernard Shaw said when you once get accustomed to my habit of mind which i was born with and cannot help you will not find me Tuch bad company. But please do not think you can take in the work of my Long life time one Reading. You must make your prac Tice to read All of my works least twice Over every year for ten years or so. That is Why this edition is so substantially bound for you this somewhat egotistical advice from the greatest playwright since Shakespeare can be put into practice by Pur chasing the Complete plays of Bernard Shaw All 51 of them Selling now to courier mail readers in one beautifully bound volume for 39/6 or 42/-, packed and posted. Set Hanlon Farget �1000 sponsors of a memorial fund for the late Premier or. E. M. Han Ion Hode to raise least �1000 in three months. They want a memorial completed by january 15, 1954, the second anniversary of or. Hanlon s death. Bust or statue a Public meeting to begin the fund and consider what form the memorial will take will be held 8 o clock to night in the Rosalie school of arts. The acting Premier or Duggan and the lord mayor Aid. Roberts will attend. Or. L. Eastment la for Ithaca or. Hanlon s electorate who is one of the convenors said last night that a bust or a statue had been suggested As the most suitable memorial. My Mem three Star shows 7.15 pm when a girl marries 4bk. 7.30 pm inspector West 4bk. 7.45 pm Smoky Dawson 4bk. Two Star show 7.30 pm Ada and Elsie 4bh. Council Revenue West fear Price fall i Longreach by Telephone local authorities would find had to carry on in the West if meat and Wool pries fell. The Western Queensland local government association president or a g. Behan said this yesterday opening the association s annual conference. Or Behan also is Queens land local government association president. He said that present local authorities Only source of Revenue was on the in improved value of land. This was not a sound Way of financing local govern ment. Local authority rating should be subsidised on a set basis. Or Behan said the period when subsidies were easy to get had passed. During that time local authorities had built up reserves of Plant and machinery. Satellite town shop Sites schools for service flon Crevice ton housing estate Inala is expected to build up into a satellite township. The housing minister or. Hilton said yesterday that areas in the estate had been set aside for shopping centres primary and second Ary schools service or Light Industry and social centres. In the estate there would be 3548 building Sites and Sites for churches Parks and playgrounds. 1650-Home plan total area of the estate is 1057 acres of which 637 have been cleared and developed. If Industrial concerns sought leases of land the housing commission and City Council would consider granting them suitable Sites or. Hilton said. The City Council expects to Complete a million gallon Reservoir in about months. expects the estate will have enough water by june 1954. So far provision has been made for the building of 1650 houses 1220 of con Crete and 430 of Timber of which 249 have been completed and 539 Are under construction. Those Lcou 1 pied number 176. ?

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