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Cairns Post (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Cairns, Queensland National Library of Australia s i s i i r ? r. T i g o y buy War savings certificates so please buy Only As Milch Cream As you need. To ensure that there a no High Truf pod full Cream for everyone you la fee helping by male fog yours go As far As possible tru Foel Haj the Chou blk Job today of supplying the boys Iii the forces As Well As the Horrie front. I Otoyo Al Pindi \ or pad. Up up your a Ying and airy it then a a War savin6s c1rtifi�atis Ace theatre 5 Freshwater to night " g i of it Jug excitement s ? Little Tokyo j Ujj � ? Preston Foster Brenda Joyce. S a daring shocking sensational ? _ up to the minute drama of today ? ded on fact ? ? 1 Here is comedy ? 5 Henry and dizzy ? j Jimmy Lydon As Henry Aldrich. ? ? a Ripe of fun g s selected Short subjects ? ? Paramount news.? s Cine sound review. ? entertainments. Tropical and Palace theatres the feature attraction at the tropical j find. Palace theatres to night is inv is ble agent starring Jon Hall Ilona Massey Peter Loore and sir Cedric Hardwicke with John Litel j. Edward Bremberg and " Albert Basser Man. In visible invader who is this terrifying phantom commando Why is he the most dangerous Man in the world where does he strike on his deadly in Vasion the supporting attraction stars Williana Boyd. Andy Clyde and Nora Lane in undercover Pla theatre a Little known but thrilling Story of West Point has been gloriously drought to the screen in 20th Century Fox a action packed adventure film ten gentlemen from West Point which will open to a spell bound audience to a it at. Tile Plaza theatre. Starring George Montgomery Maureen o Hara and Juhn Sutton the film has a patriotic Appeal hut is bound to thrill every american it s a rousing successor to to the shores of and it zooms through paces without a hitch. In support Small town Deb starring Jane Withers with Jane Darwen. Rex theatre. Nick Carter in the person of Walter Pidgeon again plunges into lurid adventure in phantom raiders second of the series built about the famous Detec Tive of fiction now playing at the Rex theatre. This time the scene of adventure shifts to the Panama canal one where Nick exposes the machinations of an espionage ring aided by pretty Florence Rice and Donald Meek the eccentric Bee keeper who carried the comedy Load in the first of the series. In support is Castle in the desert Star Rita Sidney Toler with Arleen Whelan Richard Derr and sen Yung. Ace theatre Freshwater at the top of the Ace Bill to night is 20 the Century s Fox s Little Tokyo. Ti.s_a.," co starring Preston Foster Ana Brenda Joyce. Based on fact it exposes the whole shocking Story of the Axis spawned traitors who were forging a knife for America s heart. Learn Why the fateful follow up to the Stab in the Back never came off see Why Uncle Sam had to pull off the greatest mass evacuation in american history. Little Tokyo has a lesson for every body. The co attraction is Henry and dizzy a further contribution to the popular Henry Aldrich so rims. Tropical and Palace theatres sunday. Showing at the tropical and Palace theatres this sunday is Scattergood sur Vives a Scattergood survives a murder an Rio radio picture brings one of fiction s most popular characters to the screen in a thrilling mystery comedy. Starring Guy Kibbee again As the famous Scattergood Baines Clarence Bodington Kelland s lovable and philosophical storekeeper this new production hits a High Point in laughs and mystery construction the Story is an unusual one concerning the events that surround the murder of two aged spinsters who Are discovered to have willed their fortunes to a pet House cat. In support is so s your aunt Emma with Zasu Pitts Ana Roger Pryor. " aquatic dance palais. Turfs saturday night will be something special at the aquatic Darice palais. The management will be presenting a gala carnival old time revel with lots of Jolly old Fijn arid a Good time for All who fatten d. Marion Jenkins dance band will in supplying the music and the night has Promise of being the Best old time dance Ever presented in Cairns. The floor is extra special and the Novelty Good. Three Quickstep extras will be placed on the programme. Community singing will be specially featured. Join in the Happy throng on saturday night and enjoy this wonderful old time dance programme. Gordon Vale dance. / to night there will by a dance in the scouts Hall. Gordon Vale. De Jar Ais Melody makers will play Bright music for jazz and old time dancing. There will be free door and Monte Carlo novelties far All besides the other usual attractions. Good floor Snappy music Jolly company will All Combine to make a grand night s for All patrons. . Bridge party. \ proceeds from the . Monthly Bridge to be held next wednesday. A Mcember 8, at 7.45 . Will go toward providing Christmas cheer for the Vari Ous organisations and deserves full sup port. All Are asked to make a special Effort to be present. Will . Mem Bers please bring cake or sandwiches. The . Younger set Are specially invited and to bring their friends of the respective forces. Min up of Kkt allow Diiura act . Katta plus a Hanit. Wall he. Fri i Solo St All stores doll s face and paper patterns. For making and dressing dolls at Home from Odds and ends of material full instruction and the pretty face supplied for 1/3. Posted to any address. Doll 20 inches fall when Complete. Union mfg 6 Agency co. 299 Elizabeth Street Melbourne i methodist Hostel j breaking top payt Herberton november 29. Rev. To and . Toft Irr their characters at supervisors in. Charge of the methodist Hostel where Many of the state High school pupils Board gave a delightful party last night to celebrate the Breaks up of the school for the Christmas holidays. Fory five of these students were present with a number of parents and friends and several Hish school teachers. Out of town friends included or and . Stagg and or. And . Smith of Evelyn or. And . Blakey Ather ton . Cottrell Loomba . Campbell. Pee Ramon . Jenkinson. Freshwater. Or. And . Cane and f. J. Francis of Herberton were also cresent also a number of Mili tary personnel the Loni tables in the dining room of the Hostel were beautifully decor rated with Flowers and covered with Dainty comestibles. Rev. Toft was chairman and gave the Loyal Toast and the National an them was Sung. Rev. Toft remarked that it was the third by naut of this character that . Toft and. Himself had presided Over and spoke of the changes that had taken place in the establishment during the last two years. He consid ered he had three causes of thankful Ness first that they had survived the responsibility for another year and a year of such wonderful events Seo Only hat the pupils had survived and were really in very Good form both physically and educationally thirdly that the teachers had survived in spite of the pupils. Laughter or. Cane headmaster of the High school spoke briefly in support. He did not think that any of them real ised How much the High school owed to the Hostel and to or. And . Toft who not Only made great sacrifices in order that the pupils would be Well cared for materially but supervised at their Home work. He believed they would always remember the place and the friends they had made there and where they had received a glimpse of far horizons. They could not think too highly of or and . Toft whose influence at an impressionable age was most inspiring. At this juncture a presentation was gifts. Mrs. Toft repaid several in girls by Rae Dawson and will Gill Man. In thanking the pupils for their gifts. Mrs. Tift related several in stances of shy. And frightened children coming first to the Hostel who How were Gay and experienced pupils with lots of friends. She was rather sad at losing those who were leaving this Christmas their stay in Herberton at an end. She would remember them All with affection. The chairman proposed the Toast of the this was responded to by a Soldier Friend who made a very pleasant speech. He said nobody could understand what it had meant to himself and mates when the first time they came into Herberton and after a Happy service in the Church they were taken into the Hostel where Tea was Laid and entertained by or. And. Mrs. Toft. Or. Toft remarked that his wife and himself needed. A Holiday and were going to have one. He was going to place � notice on the Gate out of Bounds for All ranks and hoped they would honour it. Prizes. Rev. Toft said he had some prizes to present from the Hostel. He would like to have Given each one a prize but that was not possible. The Only manner to decide where prizes Are due is at present by Marks. geography Hazel Leighton 1, Jerry Whelan 2, Ruth Blakey 3 mathematics. Ruth Blakey 1, Len Shore 2, Meg Leach 3 Commer Cial. Ruth Blakey 1, Audrey Campbell 2 first in Junior class. Ruth Blakey. , Joyce Smith 1. A Ackop 2, Sam Taylor 3 maybe Matics. G. Jackson 1, Joyce Smith 2, june Quinn 3 commercial g Jackson i j. Kera Jow 2, l. Jenkinson ,3 first in sub Junior class a. Jackson gifts to Hostel prefects were presented to j. The Jar r. Hunter r. Blakey a Leighton and a Carrick. The pupils and visitors then indulged in various games and competitions. And before departing partook of a Dainty upper. Herberton personal. Miss Fox. One of the High school teachers will leave shortly for Bris Bane where she will spend the Christ Mas vacation. Mrs. Bruce Fletcher Nea miss Stuart of the High school staff left on thursday for Brisbane he route for Sydney. Mrs. D. Kane has re or Ned from Sydney where she spent some months. Children s concert. A = gone Ponvele. The organisers of the children s con Cert mesdames Whitaker c. Johnson. Hardwicke and Bell were justly proud of their pupils when they gave to an appreciative and packed audience an excellent programme on Friday no vember 26, in the presbyterian Hall Gordon Vale. The opening chorus Advance Australia Fajr Sung by the company was followed by the tiny tots j. Owens j. Millett p. And j. Anderson in Stewart. L. Stewart and l. Hunter singing with actions would t you like to be a baby girl five year old Lynette Stewart then Sang is it very far to heaven the recitation fuzzy fuzzy Angels by Bolja smart was Well received. The delightful song won t you buy my pretty Flowers.?" was Sung by the Birls chorus and Heather Stewart As soloist the girl being l. Furlong h. Norman j. Schwenke. M. Giffin h. Brandt. K. Watkins o. Voip and g. Boyle. Next came Alan Schwenke s violin Solo. Silver an amusing Camp fire scene with the boys in Waltzing a Dave Lyall being the ghost and a. Whitaker l. And r. Johnson. O. Ano m. Bell k. Hardwicke b. Eddie and n. And r. Greenwood As swagman was loudly applauded. The recitation enchanted shirt was recited by Dawn Wilsher and Well received. of girls a. Millican a Eddie and a1. Coutts voices blended Well in drum Mer boy Little Milton Hardwicke be ing the drummer boy. An added attraction was the tap dance by Dulcie o Neill Marcia Matthews gave a Good Rendi Tion of Gabel Morel s norwegian Cradle song pianoforte Solo later singing i m spending Christmas with the old Folk which was greatly applauded. The main feature was the cantata soot and the fairies which com posed eight lifting tunes including three solos. The stage was made � very fairy like abode with Frangipani blooms and asparagus Fern glitter iut stairs and latticed Silver Walls this and Toje fairies with the Green and Gol Den wings combined with their wands with lilies on the end of the Wand made an effect Ivy background for the Queen who was a stately picture it her Coronet and gown and was seated on her throne throughout the play smal tiny fairies sat on a Zooi Stool a her this abode enchanted Cap Tain soot and his Black brigade inti becoming clean citizens of Lily Val the cast was Queen Heather Gifoli soloist the Lily and the Rose Cap Tain soot Leslie Johnson soloist look at my. Face and hands or. Sun Light Ken Hardwicke soloist theri in nothing like plenty of soap. Secre Lary Qwen Bell lady soapsuds Haze Norman lady Boot lace Alma Coutte lady airbrush. Lorna Furlong wat Mervyn Pell fairies finies Lynett Stewart Isobel Stewart Jennifer and arson Peggy Anderson Hilary Irvin Lesley j Hunter Joy Owens and Jil Millett girls Margaret Giffin Heathe t Brandt Joan Schwenke Kathleen wb1 Kins a Jive voip Gloria Boyle Nape Millican Amy Eddie and Char Mai a. Il.". ? Clark Black brigade Noel Green Wood Roy Greenwood Alan Whitaker Jack Millet Milton Hardwicke Billy Eadie accompanist . Whitaker. Other accompanists were mesdames Anderson Jensen and miss Jensen. Before singing Gad save the King or Gordon chairman thanked the Small artists and their teachers a of their Fine Effort i by my Matea m.a., by. Deli Vyred in presbyterian Chereb cola i romans xiii., 8 owe no Man any thing but to love one another Benjamin Franklin that eminent american who spoke out of the sex. Peri enee of a remarkable life once said rather go to bed supper less than Rise in most right thinking people dislike1 to be in debt they fear to default they dread sustained financial liability if More people worked toward an honest Independence rather than fall into a too easily obtained parasitical luxury it would prove the making of Marjy of them bodily and mentally. The word of god commands the pay ment of All just dues. Owe no Man anything says the apostle Paul in the words of our text. There Are those with whom we come into Contact who look upon such a course of action As foolish. They consider full payment except under compulsion As waste to themselves they never come up to the Standard of Freedom from debt and thus fall Short of this injunction to owe no Man anything. Our text however goes much fur ther than this. From a worldly Point of View we must owe nothing from spiritual Point of View we must owe a Good Deal. There is a debt which the Christian myst always be paying but can never fully discharge. It is the debt of love let your says Paul that .5 unpaid be that of facing these two different kinds of debt there Are four different kinds of people. First there Are those who. Neither recognise nor pay either form of debt. They will not respond financially and they will not respond in love. They Are frequently the outcasts of society at War with their Fellows preying upon the Best elements of the Community and eventually falling Back upon the help of our Public institutions. In the next place thera Are those who meet their financial debts splendidly. They Pride themselves on their probity. They sometimes raise integ Rity to the status of a religion but they Are not likable people. They re Pel by their general attitude to life and they antagonise by their Lack of love. In the third class there Are those who do honestly strive to pay the debt of love but they Are continually in trouble concerning ajl other debts. You know them Good Well meaning but shiftless and incompetent they Are never knowing exactly where financially they stand and constantly securing the sympathy of others through their winsome dispositions and to Vawn characters. These people Are a problem for while on. The one hand they help to build up a Good pause thus receiving commendation in the other hand they break Dow. Right principles and leave themselves open to hostile criticism. But there is still � fourth class those who fulfil All the conditions and meet All responsibilities. They Are people to be thisted whose word is their Bond whose Hames Are honoured by All. They owe nothing except love and they accept this Foi ritual debt As a lifelong responsibility. It can never fully be. Discharged. It is the debt of love. Owe no Man. Any thing hut to Jove one or As it appears in or. Moffatt s translation be in debt to no Man apart from the debt of love on to in other. He who loves his fellow Man hath fulfilled the How can we discharge at least some thing of this debt of love we meet one another. We rub shoulders against one another. It sometimes come into conflict with one another and All the time we Are called to discharge this debt. On Way we can do it is by cutting out All Unk Jred. Criticism in our lives. Some one has aptly put together a few dont a for difficult people. 1 Don t be inquisitive regarding the affairs of others. 2 Don t repeat gossip even. If it does Reeni interesting for much harm is done that Way. 3 Don t underrate wha j others possess because you do not possess it your self. 4 Don t complain that you have no opportunities in life. 5 Don t make Light of another ran s re Ligion. It is his he has been trained in it. He knows no other unless you recommend yours silently by Dis charging the debt of love. We mov Frame a few More debt s ourselves but the More we Frame the piss we remember and the less / other people attend. The positive Wiy is the better. And Jesus Rose above the of testament prohibition by saying t his disciples thou Shalt love the lord thy god with All thy heart ape with All thy soul and with All the mind and thy Neighb in is thyself this brings about a positive Atmos. Phere of uplift in which it is easy to do one s Best in life. It is related o or. John Watson better known to Many people tinder his pen name o Tan Maclaren that at the beginning e his career he was assistant to a minis Ter in Scotland who chilled him Witt negative counsels and cold criticism he Couke make no headway in the pulpit or in his pastoral work unt he was later inducted to a Church a gle Nalmond he still halted Hihi pulpit delivery but the people Weri behind him with their sympathy Phi on old Highlander said to him of Sun Day morning after a difficult service if you he a wettin stuck for a word sir. Or a thought just give out � prawn and Well sing it. For we Are All a lovin you and a praying for tha atmosphere made John Watson a not a preacher. And now we ask what is the driving Power toward the payment of the debt of love when people own Mone the motive Power toward payment j their sense of hot our and the Motif Power in this higher debt is of knowledge of god s love to us. If w dwell in thought on thl our love naturally and unconscious Wells up and our gratitude finds expression. God has Given of his bes in his creation and has poured on upon us in Christ the riches of i Greco. We sure by cannot keep Bac j our response frown the heart Chris Toner Wordsworth Bishop of lir Coln who is known not Only an a Gres scholar but As a saintly Man in Givin expression to this thought of god love to us and our love to one a othe in one of his Well known hymn sings Faith Hope and love we see j joining hand in hand agree but the greatest of the three and the Best is love. Thus was set to music the flu words of that match Lisp thirteen chapter of first corinthians and no Arideth Faith Hope love these the i but the greatest of there is an the apostle further ? attends his wis counsel to you and to me in thei words we have cons Derod owe n Man anything but to love one an the for he thet love the in other hath fun filled the meetings. Cairns Al of. The Cairn Brandi of the australian labour party will hold. A special Meek ing sunday morning it a a o clock. All member re requested to attend. Or. W. J. R. Re rap m.h.r., Federal member for the District we be present and will address the meeting. I town and country the is of Dorothy Veronica Mcbride twi second eldest daughter of or. And . F. Mcbride Stratford to Nicholas George Marl cd. Youngest son of or. And . P. Marl cd Draper Street Cairns. \ . Bert Vance of barring was a visitor to Cairns yesterday. . Tom Aitcheson of Kularza was in town yesterday a " v the National service. Officer and labour agent or j. R. V Campbell has commenced three months vacation and during his absence his duties will be carried on by mr., c. Smith of Hughenden. O ?. Or. And . P. Ranniger Petford Are visiting friends and relatives Iii Cairns. Or. T. S. Ware of. The Wool and tobacco departments Dalgety arid company limited Brisbane has received advice from the. Minister for Commerce and agriculture Canberra that he has. Appointed him to the vacancy on the australian tobacco Board occasioned by the retirement of or. T. A m. Fancourt late manager of Dalgety s Melbourne Branch. Or. Ware was a member of the original australian tobacco Board and since the formation of the present Board i acted As Deputy . Fancourt Bri numerous occasions. He will leave for Sydney next week to attend a full meeting of. The Board. Or. A. T. La risen. Mir Winni Jug in Bundaberg visiting his Mother who is very ill. 1 Ali saints working society. Successful Garden fete Ute Garden party and fete held by the All saints working society last saturday was � most pleasant and successful function. The Church grounds looked most attractive with the Flower bedecked verandahs and the will arranged stalls while the scouts hut which became the concert Bell for the afternoon was a. Bower of Flowers. Bridge and euchre were played on the verandahs of the rectory while the Wolf cubs delighted everyone with their four Jungle dances afternoon Tea was served on the Lawn after which everyone gathered to hear the concert. Artistes were . Buzzacott. Piano Forte Solo Hardwicke contralto Solo miss Dawn Webster recitation miss Dulcie o Neill tap dance . Mongomery violin Solo and encore miss l. Irvine Soprano Solo master Clive Morton recitation . Hardwick and miss l. Irvine Vic Al duet . N. Faithful tap dance and encore miss l Bremner Soprano Solo cubs Mcdougall and Fraser vocal duet. Accompanists were mesdames Anderson Buzzacott Mcdougall. And miss p Maher. After Short Community sing ing cd Nej a san pm petition. Arranged by . T. Perry who also do rioted the prize which was won by. Mrs. Webb. During the afternoon the different stalls were Well patronised the stall holders being sweets mesdames fell Fox Windsor Collins Simmonds Irvine Woods refreshments. Mesdames Ball Koppin Mcdougall Fielding Fraser Morton Magnuson Waring Cane and syndergard cakes m�$d$7i�s Buzzacott Reece Ball and Koppin soft drink and ice Cream . Humphries and members of St. Mary s girls Guild fancy mesdames Schwenke Stewart cover Mystic . R. Mor ton hidden treasure misses g. Ruddle and r. Webb hoop la or. P. Baker and h. As Beimann shooting gallery messes. Buzzacott Waring and l. Birch Gates messes. Fell Reece Sondergard Bridge conductor . H. Dawson euchre conductor or. Ahlers cont petitions is. T. Parry treasurer or h. N. Fell. The Floral decorations were the Worl of mesdames Mcdougall Staley an girls Guild. The Gate Novelty was wot by . H. Dawson with ticket 106 while the hidden treasure was Woi with Brick number �1, held by or. H a be who donated the prize to the

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