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Brisbane Courier (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Brisbane, Queensland National Library of Australia for Homes if possible housing for Mobile wharf Kano sought from a staff reporter Dowen by Telegram the Mobile gang of 40 water siders is expected to arrive from Brisbane to Morrow or wednesday. Arrangements Are Beina made to House As Many As possible in private Homes. It May be necessary to House some in the old seaplane base be t to the wharf flt present occupied by some of the troops. The Waterside workers federation Bowen Branch Secretary or. H. Connors said last night that a full quota of 180 water siders would report for work at 8.45 am to Day. Formation of Waterside flying squads on a per manent basis is expected to be one of the positive Steps which will emerge from the Bowen dispute. Wharf out under this scheme Mobile gangs will be formed in ports which have surplus labour and taken to ports where there is a cargo pile up. Troops evacuated the wharf at midday saturday and the wharf area has now been declared out of Bounds. The Eiver Norman tied up at Bowen wharf at 4.35 pin yesterday and after Dis charging general cargo will begin loading sugar. The Kookaburra due to leave Bowen for Mackay on tuesday night and general 3uisan, due to sail for Cairns on wednesday Are both loading sugar. Meat employees worked at Merinda meat works yester Day to help catch up the d Ling lag. I to work extra the meat workers loaded railway waggons yes erday afternoon and these will be hauled to the wharf this morning. Spokesman for the water Side workers federation Bowen Branch said last night in the event of any unforeseen circumstances this Branch would and has always been prepared to work extra overtime to pre vent either sugar Mills or meat works from closing Down in the past water siders have worked often on Sun Day in Bowen. Loading meat and occasionally on sunday loading sugar. But generally sugar loading stops at 1 . Saturday. Cleric asks for inquiry the Queensland Council of churches president the Rev. T. Rees Thomas yesterday called for a Royal commission into affairs on the australian waterfront. To blame communists alone for these troubles is a superficial judgment he said. A sense of insecurity and the casual Type of work Are a fundamental cause of unrest. Troops relax at Seaside Bowen by Telegram As water siders return to work to Day 240 troops will be leaving for Queen s Beach two and a half Miles from the wharf to relax. The army minister or. Francis yesterday sent a personal message of thanks to the troops who loaded meat and sugar. The troops on saturday and yesterday afternoons were taken three and a half Miles to Horseshoe Beach where they swam fished went out in Row boats and explored the coast. 5ylvan setting for Golf course Sylvan setting of Kip Cora country Golf club eight Miles West of Brisbane Post office. The picturesque 189-Acrc course is set amid Leafy Trees and flowering shrubs. Photograph by staff cameraman Fred Carew shows Brisbane golfers Sam Hill left and Leo Gunnis crossing a tree shaded Creek from the no. 2 tee. Technical data Kip Osuri 100th re aperture. Til film supper xxx sum hone. Pick up 40 to Melbourne last night the labour minis Ter or. Lloyt said that the 40 Wnters iders for Bowen would prob ably be picked up in Brisbane to Day. He was not yet sure How they would be transported. They were scheduled to Start work at Bowen or wednesday. The army minister i Francis said in Canberra that the troops would be returned South As soon As the number of Waterside had been brought up to the agreed strength. Awaits word Waterside workers federation general Secretary or. J. Healy said in Syd Ney that he was still wait ing on word from the Steve doring Industry Board to Send the 40 extra Bris Bane water siders. Waterside workers federation Brisbane Branch Secretary or. W. Meredith said that the extra water would not leave Bris Bane by plane until to Morrow at the earliest. He had expected word to begin selecting men from or. Healy yesterday and to get them away to Day. Or. Meredith said that shortage of accommodation for the 40 men in Bowen was most Likely the reason for the delay in receiving advice from the Sib. Sent furniture Beds blankets and Ward Robes sent to Bowen by saturday s train from Bris Bane by Federal government officials Are expected in Bowen to Morrow night. These will be used to help accommodate men in the eld seaplane base near Tom wharves. This and the use of Pri vate Homes after a door to door Campaign by govern ment officials is expected to provide the accommodation for the 40 men. The australian sugar producers association acting Crne ral Secretary or. L. J. Woods said that the North Queensland Sustar Mills Cou a not afford to lose one Dav s work on the wharves. Leaves sugar Load behind Townsville by Tele 1 from the coastal freighter Borda left Luanda Point yesterday without loading 2500 tons of sugar because of a water siders strike there. She will now Load sugar at Mackay. Water siders Are on an in definite strike because l. Moncrief a Townsville Vater Sider has been refused permission by the Steve doring Industry Board to work there. Lucinda Point and towns Ville Sib representative or. S. J. Hope said the Sib would not allow Mon chief to work at Lucinda Point because the port s lab our quota was 95 and 99 were already working there. ? advertisers announcements ? no. 4 of a Beriel men who make. Conditioning of tobacco Leaf prior to manufacture is very important. P. J. Hanney for Many of hit almost 50 yearn with the company has been Check ing the moisture Content of capstan tobacco to ensure uniform factory freshness in every package containing capstan s own blend moisture con tent has an important bearing on All phases of tobacco manufacture. With capstan it is most carefully controlled. Watch for further interesting i advertisements in this series. Blended better j tobacco off Day for fish at Ismir Laforg contest from a staff Honor try Fundaberg by Telegram a 46year old Rockhampton fruit inspector dumped 19 fish on the Scales Here yesterday to become Queensland Light gear fishing Champion. He is Kurt King chief fruit inspector with the agriculture and Stock department. King is known among anglers As the Pioneer of Light gear fishing on the Central Queensland coast. About 700 local residents watched the Light gear and deep sea competitors weigh in at Anzac Park. Underwater Spear Fisher men had to Call their championship off when not a single fish was caught at Bargara because of the Dis coloured water. Disappointed King s 19 fish weighed 11 1b 12 of netting him 42 h Points to win from Ken Jeynes of Gympie who had 18 fish weighing 9 la 6pz, giving him 36points. Third was r. Derrenkamp of Bundaberg with 14 fish 8 la 14 of. 31ij Points. Competitors were very Dis appointed with catches at the contest grounds baffle 3rcek. About 48 Miles from Bundaberg but said it must have just been an off May 90 catch 814 South Queensland fishing team won the inter District Competition with 74 fish weighing 39 la 2 of giving 1521 Points. Central Queens land Rockhampton were second with 54 fish 43 la 2 of 1401 Point with Bundaberg 54 fish 33 la 8 of 121 Points third. A total of 814 fish weigh ing 319 la were caught by the 90 competitors in six and a half hours. Last year s Champion Jack Donnelly of Gladstone was handicapped by bruises and abrasions received in a motor Accident but said Kurt deserved the win Bundaberg double the. New deep sea Cham Pion is Gordon Chenery of Bundaberg who lugged 29 fish to scale. They weighed 1174 la and gained 264 Points. Second was a. Humrich Bundaberg with 20 fish 110 la 240 Points. Bundaberg also won the team s contest with 133 fish weighing 4821 la. To work or lose leave Cydney by Tel Printer about 3000 employees in butchers shops and Small goods factories will lose their annual leave entitlements if they do not work to Day the Secretary of the meat and Allied trades federation or. T. A. Herbert said last night the 3000 showmen Are among the 7000 members of the meat employees Union called out on strike. J the Union s management committee on Friday night ordered members in All sections of the meat Indus try throughout new except Newcastle to cease work. An attempt to Settle the strike will be made at a conference before or. Jus Tice Cantor of the Indus trial commission at 2 pm to Day. Bindr 79, Fie catches them from a staff reporter a Fundaberg by Tele Gram one of Bundaberg s keenest Amateur anglers is Henry Neilsen of Largo Street who will be 70 next month. Henry has been a member of the Burnett fishing club for More than 20 years. He estimates that in his life time i have been an Angler Ali my if his catches must run Well into thousands he is an expert and a general adviser on All fishing Points. Nothing very unusual except that Henry has been Blind for four years. \ own measure yesterday Henry showed i me How he makes his i precision built three piece fishing rods. He has All the measurement son his fingers he said i his thumb was exactly one Inch across his Palm four inches and the Span j of his outstretched Han nine inches. He used these measure to cols to fit runners and j bindings on his rods and j for Many other hand crafts. Hurt in crash Southport by Tele hone Graham Mcdowell 2, single of Kent Street few farm suffered head n juries when his motor Cycle crashed near surfers Paradise yesterday. He was created by Southport Amu Ance. Family of 6 in smash a family of six were injured when a Utility and a truck collided in Beau desert Road. Acacia Ridge near acacia Ridge Post office at 6.30 pm yesterday. The Utility overturned in a ditch. The injured Are Rupert i Launcr 46, of Mcilwraith Avenue bulimia his wife Mabel 41 their children Maureen 16 Keith 11 do disc 9 and Elizabeth 7. All suffered lacerations and bruises. An ambulance took them to the mater hos Pital where they were treated and allowed to go Home. Sov Gen visit Adelaide by Telegram the governor general sir William s in left Adelaide by air yesterday for Canberra after u five Day visit to South Australia. Church has Block by jargon by Telegram the Roma Catholic Church has bought a Large area of land in the upper Brisbane Valley for an agricultural College. Archbishop Duhig re i pc Ald this in Murton yesterday where he con firmed 60 children. He said the augustinian order of priests would take Over the College when it was built. The College would specialise in crop farming and Dairy ing. Induce boys he said it was hoped to induce City boys to adopt a life on the land which he believed was the Healthiest and most rewarding of occupations. Archbishop Duhig said the Church was seeking another Block of land where a variety of soils would permit agricultural and pastoral experiments. This institution would be staffed by the cistercian order of priests who had produced some of the world s leading authorities on agriculture and animal husbandry at their head quarters in Ireland. Archbishop Duhig said the need for immigration was brought to his notice when travelling Over the state which was so Large yet with so few parts cultivated. T he said the Type of migrant required was one who would go on the land raise his family in a land Loving tradition composer i called a his sym inv Cydney by Tel Printer australian composer Alfred Hill 83, took Over the Baton at Short in tin in Sydney town Hall yester Day afternoon to conduct the first Public performance of his australian sym phony. Or. Eugene Goossens was to have conducted the Syd Ney symphony orchestra in the performance but recur rence of an illness forced him to forego the engagement. After or. Hill had taken the orchestra through his own composition or. Joseph Post took Over the remainder of the concert. Alfred Hill s four move ment symphony is based on a programme relating to the landscape of Australia its inhabitants and its history. It treats the subject with music that is both pleasant and melodious. The composition was writ ten in 1051. Youth enemy 1 Toowoomba by Tele Printer pastor e. M. Irish preaching in the Toowoomba Assembly of god Tabernacle yesterday said that the publishers and distributors of the vicious immoral sub Standard Litera Ture flooding the Bookstall of Australia to Day were the enemies of the nation s South. Exhausted Fedex Drivers work eat sleep145 of 151 Carat Darwin 9 holdens among 42 to Check in without loss Darwin by Telephone with half of their ordeal behind them exhausted competitors in the Fedex reliability trial made yesterday s compulsory break in Darwin a Day of rest. First thought of All Crews was to have a Good meal most had driven the 25 hours from it. Isa on sandwiches and tins of Tomato juice. At 10.30 last night 145 ars of the 151 which left it Isa had reached Darwin. They had travelled 3377 Miles since leaving Sydney last saturday week. Scheduled driving time was 89hr 45mln. The Crews had their first real sleep for Days. Most took eight hours sleep did their laundry sunned on the Beach and took another Long sleep last night. Although the compulsory break in Darwin is 36 hours Many Crews will have longer. They made fast runs from Melsa to arrive Well ahead of schedule and used the time before checking through the control for eat ing bathing and car maintenance. 42 clean four dropped Points for Kite arrival in Darwin Leav ing 42 with clean sheets three queenslander had not lost Points. They were s. W. Hecker Holdena. An Derson Holden and j. E. Roberts Vanguard. Unofficial fastest time from it Isa to Darwin was recorded by the Only North Ern territory entry in the trial or. And mrs. Ben Kingston Jaguar Mark Vii who took 16 hours 40 minutes. Most successful make of car is the australian Holden. Nine holdens have reached Darwin without loss of Points. Other cars Are six Van guards. Five Peugeot. Seven Fords custom lines. Mer curies consuls and a Zephyr for Humber super Snipes three Plymouth. Two Austin a40s. Two Mercedes Benz. A Rueby. N Rover and an gtd Antill help when 200 Miles from it Isa Barry Gurdon new sheared the stubs of the rear Axle of his Austin. Gur Don hitch hiked to Soudan station where the manager through to it Isa and caught Peter Antil about to leave in his Plymouth. ? Antill carried the new Hub which was fitted at the Road Side. At 7.50 am to Day the first car a. L. Kipling s Holden. South Australia will leave for Alice Springs. The first 671 Miles to ten Nant Creek where there is a one hour break has to be covered in 16 hours 42 Mph. And the remaining 307 Miles to Alice Springs in eight hours 38 Mph. At Alice Springs there is a further 24-hour break be fore the cars tackle the 638 Miles of almost impossible roads at a set average of 42 Mph. Around clock Drill is Down for front a staff reporter , a by Telegram a 1421 1 Hij i Oil Rig went into round the clock operation at 3 pm yesterday. Officials of the Oil search ing company a Petroleum pay Ltd said the test of drilling in Western austra Lia would not Stop if the Drill Dirl not. Strike Oil they said drilling would be done in other paits of the Exmouth Gulf area and if that failed in the Kimbe r 1 e v Region. T h e Rig which went into opem Tion at 3 pm Yeste r d a y stands on a spin i f e x covered Spur less than two hours flying time from the Monte Bello islands scene of last year s British atom bomb explosion the com Pany partly owned by american interests and Ampol Petro Leum Ltd is prepared to spend several million on an Oil search in Western Australia. Ampol Gen eral manager or. W. M. Leonard said mathematical Odds against us striking in at Learmonth might be 25 to 1 but sometimes you get hunches and we be got a Strong one about this Drill american drilling superintendent Al Dysart said you can t Tell about Oil. But i be drilled for it in the states Mexico South ame Rica Arabia and this feels mighty like Oil country. / it for air response amazing sent out 3m Call copies Vearly three million copies of the Call to the people of Australia had Heen Distri buted sin november 1951, the Call s Federal chairman or. A. S. H. Gifford said Vester Day. He said response to the Coil s message hns Heen amazing or. Gifford prominent Melbourne solicitor and Church worker began a five Day visit to Brisbane yesterday to discuss the work of the Call in Queensland. The Call to the people of Australia was first issued on remembrance Day novem Ber 11, 1951, above the Signa Tures of leading members of the australian judiciary and the churches. 60 editions or. Gifford is expected to suggest ways of extending the Call s influence in the state to a gathering of government and Church leaders and the judiciary on tues Riave s a i a yest e r d a y that More than 60 editions of the Call had now been published including one in braille. Copies had been re Quested from the United kingdom Canada Sorth Africa new zealand and the United states. Both Church and state schools in Southern states had used the Call for senior study classes and 600.000 prayer leaflets with the Call us a basis had been distributed to children. The Call is not an organisation though 100 organisations Are now stand ing behind it or. Gifford said last night. It is a movement to galvanise other associations into activity. Base for All the Call is a base for everyone unionist and industrialist protestant Cath Olic or jew or. Gifford said. By personal example much can be done by the few to influence the Many to seek and follow the mind of Jesus Christ As the Only solution to the problems of of Day yesterday or. Gifford ailed on archbishop Halse. To Day he will pay official alls on archbishop Duhig the presbyterian and meth Odist churches and on the chief Justice. Or. Gilford subsidy to 1955 Canberra by Telegram the Federal govern ment will continue its sub Samv on Callon enal to Vic Toria until ivs. The victorian Premier or. Cain is being in formed of the Federal government s decision. The Commonwealth agree ment to subsidise the Coal expires next year but or. Cain and or. George Pearce Federal member for Capri Cornia asked the common wealth to extend the period. In 1951, the victorian government contracted to buy under a Federal sub Sidy 600,000 tons of Call de Oal to be delivered by february 1954. By last june however Only slightly More than half this amount had been delivered. 5rtfpiaftifym father s Day yester Day and a special treat for or. D. Craig of Clayfield 1 Man huh from boy scout sons left to right John 12, Michael 8, and David 10, at the Clayfield scouts Hall last night. The Clayfield troop staged a father and son Plinner and sons served up a meal cooked by the women s auxiliary 1 players Hurr Townsville by Tele Printer two Cairns footballers b. Thompson 15, and Len Black 16, admitted to the Townsville general hos Pital yesterday with concus Sion were detained for observation. To Etc Job in Iva vow Corty two cars had lost no Points when they checked in at it Isa control yesterday. Thuv were car number 5. A. L. Ito Ting Holden a. 9. Lark hoskin.-, in. D. Burdon Austin a-l/40. New13, e. B. Perkins Rover 5, Vic. 40, w. Messenger Ford Mercury. Newl. 41. Preston motors l. Devi Sun Holden. Vlco. 46, John Mcorath motors t. Sulman number snipe. Newl. 48. K. Tubman. J. Marshall Incus not 203. New. 51. J. A. In Slang i Humber snipe. New. 53. J. Crouch Peugeot 203, new. 57. W. T. Nunn Ford Mercury. New. 0 1. J. R. Seymour Ford Consul Vic. 64. L. Davics Holden new. 60. M. And b. Distributors i a. Six ton Mercedes Benz Vic. 74. L. Burrows Cancun re Newl. 85. M. L. Arntz Ford Chis Tollne. Swi. 86. R. Mule and sons Ford Consul swi. 91. E. A. Nelson Vanguard. New. 93, d. L. West ill ctn. New. 96. C. A. Roberts Ford Zephyr Vic. 97. J. E. Roberts Vanguard. Q. 106. John Mccrath motors n. Buchanan number snipe. New. 113. S. W. Hec Lucr i Holden. C51d. 114, Preston motors c. Dean. Holden. Vic. 115. D. Mckay Austin a/40. New. 116. Reno Auto sales fold custom lne. Vic. 117, j. Jet Ery Peugeot 203. Newl. 121. W. Ivan Gartl. A. 122. T i. Quill Ford Consul. New. 127. A. Mid person Iii Olden. Q-1. 129. E. J. Lefoe Vanguard. New. 135. J. Sny a Ell i Chevrolet new. 143. Orr mall s service station Cimeot 203. Etc l45. Fonts Rny motors m. D. Gilbert Vlco. 150. D. B. Williams Moth. Swi. 150. K. Jones Riley Newl. 158. A. J. Johnson cd new Ico d. H. Antill r i new. 164. Adv no motor h. Ii. Lure in Lyu Weot 203, new i. 1 117, Preston motors s. Lonis. Ilii Lilen Vic. 16s. C. V. Chess 1 ii ii. Swi. 175. J. I ii c. Brown Plymouth. No Al. 181. J. A Nebham i Holden i 191. Icilin Mcc Ralh motors k i i Hun Tyr snipe. Swi. C lie lost Points re k. V. Tiu lion i murals minor Al i 181 4, b. F. Holley Mer u i new 338 0 d. A. 1111 1 1 custom lne new. I a t distributors e. J. I 1 n a tin a30, Vic 130 10, v. Hanks and r. Volncy a Ilu Vii. Vic. 450 11, n. O. I ii i Len. Vic550 14. H. I five Ulm w. Cousins study Baker n \ i 4 1. K. Wilson imply i new j80 17, r. C. Neola Alliard swi. 571 w. Mrs. W. C i 1 a40. New. 225 11. W. .1. Locke Holden vie. 21 Ujj. C. K. Dix de Soto. A. 136 c. \1 d w. Conrad Knux i ii \ i Newl. 305 24. W. Allan Ilo Dimi new. 175 25, . H ii 1 1 swi. D9 2 i. N. .1. Wal kit ill Deil. Newl 44 28. N. Vul Mercedes diesel new8 29. Skin Lii distributors t. Anderson. Shod a Vic. 524 i0, j. F. Mcclaf Pirty Click old i 57 31. E. Roberts Morris minor nov. S50 33. Austin Nisil tutors a. Smyth Austin a30. Vic. A a 34, f. Graham. 11. Old burst Ford a a new. 2 30. D. Stanbro Rotili gtd Newl. 5gb 38, u. R. Mcpherson Ford custom line. Old. Ill 39. J. P. Nind . Vlco 511 42. Or. F. Easl i be Holden swi. 348. 43. D Gurr Linic Jowett javelin tasc8 45. D. And s. O Hmira Plymouth a. 55 47, r. E. Jud Neon Hud son act175 50. W. Wal kit Riley to new. I5 52, t. H. Farrell i fold custom lne. New. 19 55. C. J. Arthur Pei Boot. Vic. 116 to. S. J. Carpenter Terr plane new. 154 57, w. T. Nollin Mer Ury. New. .1 58, ii. Weal Ford Custon Tollne. New. 1 59. D. Hnis Ett Austin a40, Vic. 202 b0, common wealth motors citroen. Vic20 r-5, c. A. Dull Simca. New of is7. K. Mccrohon Ford v-8. New. 127 08, interstate car rentals Ford Ansilla vic402 81. Willy zen Mercedes diesel. Vlco. 221 70. Goliath motors if. Jiaan. . Wai. Ill 73, adv no motor ser vice r. W. Bodden Erif. Pei Neol 203, new84 75, m. S. hum Ber super snipe swi. 27 18, t j. Moth in Ford v6, new9 77 r. J. Muic Oliy Austin a70 Al 577 7ii, r. Peck and a. Tucki Rickord v8. Vic. 48 79. F. M. Hub bins Peu Ecol 203. Act 575 80. A. 11. Gibson Mercedes diesel new. 97 81, f. Und ,. Makulec Nash. Newl 0 02. R. A. Gardiner Ford Mercury. New. 70 83. F. Klc Lyls Morris minor. I 24 84, a. G. Melrose Austin a40. A52 87. L. Buley and s. Williams Ford custom lip Vlco 57 89, n. Hamilton austra Lasian , porsche Vic. 75 93 a e. Frazer Jaguar mk7 Al. S. 95. M. D. Von Sanden Nash. A. 309 98. Miss u Rowe sunbed to Talbot new. 273 99, h. R. Smith Peugeot 303, a. 1 101. N i. Delver gtd. A. 256 103, k. Napier Plymouth new. 45 l n i d. Hirst Morris Oxford. Swi 5,5i 105. H. Thompson san scr 9.vlcl. 1b0 107. J. Darcy Ford Cus to Milne. Newl 151 108, c Gra Ham Peu Scot 203, new. 03 109. 3. Levy Ford custom lne. Swi 123112 d. R. And c o. Bowman hol Jedi. New. 5 118. R. Hda son citroen 15. New. 202 124. N f Rempler Rover 75, a. 446 125. V r. Burton Morris minor i. 60 ?8 a a. Mccoll gtd. Swi. 157 130, or. And mrs. Charlesworth i Timber. New. 57 132 j b car Rynston i morals Oxford. New. 31 133. W. K. Meier Austin a40 Vic 10d. 136. Paramount service station Consul a. 481 131. N. Sweeney Jaguar my Vii. A. 1348 138. J. Phillips Ford custom line. Vic 24k w.1. G. Kahler Chov q18 140 Libson industries Vanguard. Vic-\8 141, e. W. Oray Peugeot Vlco 38 142. O. E. Yates Austin a90l mss58 146. J. E. O Donnell Chev new. 113 147. O. M. Josenh Chrysler. New. 557 148. ? c. R. Runner Humber Hawk. Vic. 123 149. D. And k. To Nils lid i Holden. Inc. 102 151, j. E Perl cd Austin to. Tas. 14 152. S. A Johnson Feu Debaker. New. 121 154 d. Ranee gtd. Vic126 155. C. Smith Hudson Terr plane. A. 1088 157. J. Lull lab Flat 1000. Swi. 10 150, b d. Kingston Januar. It. 15 u.2. St. James driving 3rhool j. Moore. Austin a40. New. H. 103. C. F. Herbert Standard new. 393 165. .1. A. Blk Cut Ford Chimo Lluc new32 106. U Ryan Holden. Vlco. 77 168. R. Rothwel Holden. New. 63 170. W. J. Ham Ilton citroen. New. 247 172. L. P. Der inn Buick. New. 98 173. T. Mills Hudson. New 410 174 g n. Macdonald Skoda. Swi. 232 170. Courtney and Patterson Ford prefect. Vic. 44 177, a. Carter Llcy. Ato 118, d. J. Flynn Ford Consul. Q. 5 179. W. English aus tin a40. New. B4 180, v. C. Inn unfold Holden. New. 125 183. J. K. Ellis i Austin a40. Newl 73 184. R r. Noble Chevrolet. Vic. 6 185. motors a. G. Tabby scr Chevrolet. A. 203 187. P. A. Proc Slicer sm1500. New. 300 189. J re. Witter Hudson. New75 190. A. H. Madden to Cunt my Vii. Swi. 64 w2. W. Mail Renault. Q 358. 18 11. Hokenson citroen Vic 120. Mrs. M. Small Page Sinica new 153. D. Whit Ford i Ford Cus incl Lar. Vic 161. C. W. Adams Ford Zephyr Van ibb. Mrs. E Solnes Chev. New. 1. E. Hoy Chrysler. Vie 3. W. Augir Ford custom Vlco 8, b. J l Huldon new 16. I. M. I Rykuro i morals minor Newl 27, r. Scars Olds. New 32, Ford is. Vic 49 c t Taylor Renault Newl 54, a t Dighton Jaguar. Vic 71. A. A Standfield Ford vib. Swi 114 m. Orff in citroen. Vic Loo h. foist . Newl 102 Zune s autos Holden. Vic 119. J. K. Mur Ray Chrysler Plymouth. New 123, l. Newman ?. Swi 168. G. H. Honzell Chev. Newl. Not accounted kor have not cheeked in no my Isk to s a Eastwood is Dunbaker Al 111 j Gregory Buick. New 134, r. Pryer Hill limn minx Tasi no d. K Carmady fut 1400, n8w. Pair sleep outside Check Point arrive 26 my ate Tom fair eur. Harwin by Telegram Condobolin new pair or. End mrs. A. H. Gibson in a Mercedes Benz went to sleep outside the Darwin control Point and checked in 26 minutes late to Day in the Fedex trial. I hey had reached the control Point three hours a forc they were due. Frank Graham arrived two hours late in his 1932 Ford /8 because he and his co River were going to sleep while speeding along. ? we would have killed our selves had we kept going 3raham said. They broke two axles on he Way to it Isa one 50 Niles from Hughenden and he other 28 Miles from it Rosa. Graham walked most of he Way to it Isa and he vent three Days and three lights without sleep. Hour before time Don Heggie lost 60 Points when he arrived an hour arly at the control Point in Liis Zephyr. He is believed to have put his clock on half an hour instead of Back half in hour in the change from Eastern Standard time to Central time. One Riley withdrew at remnant Creek and the River said he was going to Lave a drink the usual territory hos vitality was turned on for All the Crews. Every Man and woman in he 500 Fedex trial Crews lad accommodation privately r in service establishments. They cheered those labels Arwin by Lel Gram a ring in Fedex car fooled residents of Katlin ring . Scores of people went without sleep and meals to watch cars Roar through the town. When they saw a Holden racing Down the Road from Tennent Creek they cheered and waved. The Driver waved Back. But something about the car seemed different. Like All the re Dix cars it had advertising labels All Over it. But these labels were different. The Driver was local Hote Kueper Tom Kennedy who had plastered his Emir with Beer bottle labels gone up the Highway a mile or two outside the town to get up Speed and then roared through the town in the Fedex manner. Sydney fires Sydney by Tel Printer Bush scrub and grass fires ringed Sydney yester Day when More than 100 out Breaks occurred during a warm Day. The biggest out Breaks were at Manly. Cro Nulla. And picnic Point. ? ill Kkt ,1.\uum ? away of life j from 75/--Vnsfrom 55/ styled in los Angeles Are others leap frogging Over you into the jobs von work hard and you think your Good qualities will naturally fit you Cor the Job ahead. Then suddenly it goes to someone else in despair you ask yourself Why the Job ahead usually goes to the Man who has prepared himself in Advance for the next step. These simple up to the minute . 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