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Canberra Times (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory National Library of Australia Alum screen doors beautify and protect your Home with All aluminium Anodised screen doors the finest in Dos Ltd craftsmanship an i finish. Price from �14 10 fitted. Eath door is tailored to exact ing finish ind fitted to your heme Complete with lock and hinges. Phone now 71148 All hours by Chwick Orn sales 4 set Long Street Fps Holck for free Home advice and quote or catalogue of door Desiria. Young s furniture departments at Civie Centre 42261, Queanbeyan West end stores 425 and our furniture warehouse Barrier Street Fishwick 90601. S exclusive in Canberra of j. B. Young s �20 Trade in on Ford lounge suites a scoop Purchase enables us to give you a �20 Trade in allowance on each of these Superb Ford lounge suites. Normal retail list Price is �135. Your Choice for. Fig Ford a Obdia suite the Ford Valda convertible suite is a j. B. Young s exclusive. It features Best Quality expanded Vynelle fabric with quilted panels. Side arms Are made from White Cane insert panels. Chairs have full height Back with Recliner action. Tasteful decorator shades. Yours for �115 after Trade in. No payment i my v,ms4ivs� " v s i a Ford Ainslie suite the Ford Ainslie fully upholstered convertible suite featuring expanded Vynelle fabric with decorative Side panel of Maple or teak. Chairs have Recliner action and settee con verts to double bed. Trade in and pay Only �115. Young s guarantee of satisfaction or Money refunded to satellite would Cost �5 million Sydney could launch Al communications satellite which would permit television coverage of the entire country and new Guinea for about �5 million sir Charles Moses said today. Sir Charles the Secie iary i general of the asian Broad casting Union was speak ing at Mascot Airport on his return from a 37-Day overseas trip during which he attended conferences. Sir Charles said if Japan could put up two television satellites to cover Asia within the next three years it seemed feasible that Australia could launch one. He was speaking about a decision by . The japanese broadcasting organisation to launch a satellite for Japan s Tele vision transmitting net work and a second to cover a South East Asia network and possibly Australia. In Tokyo sir Charles attended a Enesco con Ference together with representatives of 24 coun tries including the United states the soviet Union. The australian broadcast ing commission also was represented. He said Enesco would recommend that the United nations launch a satellite As a Pilot project 1o serve the Indian sub continent in an educational capacity. It would recommend that the to satellite pro vide educational pro grammes for India Paki Stan Afghanistan Nepal and Burma. essm y when Ever Crrie Southwell of Rose Vale Barton Highway Canberra appears with a baby s bottle this Hereford calf comes running. Kerrie has reared the calf since birth when its Mother died. It is now four weeks old and is thriving on the vip treatment. No Case on nexus drafted Brisbane sunday. The vote no Case Lor the May 28 referendum to change the Constitution was drafted in Brisbane at the weekend. Democratic labour party Leader senator chair said today that he and Tasmania n Liberal senator Wright had prepared it. The government is seek ing through the referendum to break the nexus Between the two houses of Parlia ment to enable the number of members in the House of representatives to be in creased without increasing the number of senators. The Constitution now pro Vides that the number of members of the House of representatives shall be As nearly As practicable twice the number of senators printed pamphlet senator Gair said the draft was being sent to the other six senators who oppose the change. Thev Are senators Wood lib. Oldbull up new Lillico lib tas Smittner lib s Sprowse up a and Mcmanus dip Vic. Senator Gair said the final Case had to be in the hands of the Commonwealth chief electoral officer by Decem Ber 30. He said he believed the arguments for and against the change would be printed in one pamphlet and distributed. Eight admirals pallbearers at sea burial eight admirals will act As pallbearers at the burial at sea this morning of vice Admiral sir Hastings Harrington. Sir Hastings who retired As chief of the naval staff in february this year died in the Canberra Community Hospital on Friday. He will be buried with full naval honours off Syd Ney from the has Vampire. The de Stroyer escort has Der went will accompany the Vampire. Pallbearers will be the chief of the naval staff vice Admiral Mcnicoll vice admirals sir John Collins sir Roy Dowling and sir Henry Burrell and rear admirals o. H. Becher v. A. Smith t. K. Morrison and g. C. Old Ham. Sir John Collins sir Roy Dowling and sir Henry Burrell Are All former chiefs of naval staff. Cadet midshipman Charles Harrington sir Hastings eldest son will represent the family at the burial. Among official mourners will be the minister for the Navy or Chaney the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff air mar Shal sir Frederick Scherger the chief of the general staff lieutenant general sir John Wilton the Secretary of the department of the Navy or Landau the Secretary of the department of Trade sir Alan Westerman the Gene ral officer Eastern Australia major general Daly and naval Board members rear admirals f. L. George and j. S. Mesley. Medal to victorian the governor general s medal for 1965 has been awarded to apprentice warrant officer m. J Downey of ban Diana Vic Toria who graduated yester Day from the army apprentices school at. Balcombe Victoria. The medal is awarded each year to the most out standing army apprentice in the graduating class. . Downey who is 19, is an electrical fitter. He also won the military train ing award. Or w. C. Taylor Dies. 55 Sydney sunday. An airlines executive who gained the nickname of fighting Bill when he was a Leader of the australian labor party died at the weekend. He was or William Charles Taylor 55, a former vice president of the new Branch of the Alp and a firm Friend of former labor prime minister or j. R. Chifley. At 31 he became the Young est member of the Commonwealth Bank Board. Until 1961 he was vice chairman of Qantas Empire airways but after 14 years in that Post he re signed to become chairman of Hawker Siddley Aust Ltd. He was a brother of or Justice Taylor of the new Jedi isrial commission. He is survived by a wife and three daughters. Executive to be appointed the department of immigration is to appoint an executive officer in can Berra As part of its Effort Iio attract migrants with professional and technical qualifications. The department has invited applications for the position. The new officer will co ordinate the department s australian activities on applications especially from britons with professional and technical qualifications. The position involves working closely with the department of labour and National service the Commonwealth office of Edu cation state governments legislation authorities professional organisations and universities. Church s new to opened a Headquarters building for seventh Day adventists in Canberra and Southern new was opened on Satur Day by the member for the act or j. R. Fraser. Report of a Whf vote a Rebuff for extremists Melbourne sunday. The election of or leg Stuart As Secretary of the Melbourne Branch of the water Side workers federation is seen As a Rebuff to the communists and extremists and the beginning of a new policy on the wharves. Or Stuart president of the Branch until he stepped Down to contest the vacancy left by the death of or Charlie Young is a member of the Alp and Defeated a peking line communist. Or a. E. Bull. Or Stuart won by More than 1,000 votes and the other members of his ticket endorsed by the Union s Federal Secretary or c. Fitzgibbon were elected president vice president and assistant Secretary organiser. This left the Middle of the Road team or Stuart s description still outnumbered 7-8 by the communists but in control of the top jobs. The communists had been in control for 11 years. Unionists tired of old policy or Stuart believes that if the election had been a full scale general Branch election his team v uld have made a clean sweep1 and completely ousted the communists. As for policy or Stuart says the shipowners will be fought just As hard but the Waterside workers arc sick and tired of Dis Putes political stoppages and their Union being used As a political the former professional Boxer says. I will work for the Best conditions and wages 1 can get for wharf men but by fair Means. I am concerned that they should have such a bad image but this is due to their former militant leadership. I m not anti communist or anti anything. I am Only pro achieve his Aims. Or Stuart intends to co operate with the actin and the Federal executive of the Whf. There will be no stoppages on the wharves unless All of us Are in Lull agreement he says. It seems Only one thing has remained from the old regime its attitude to the government s explosive wharf legislation. Its says or Stuart. The store of the Christma spirit distinctive and Beautiful stationery. Come choose from Canberra s Best selection everyone loves Beautiful stationery and with th6 Superb variety available now you la find it s As i much pleasure to choose As it is to receive. Come to s and pick from the most famous of Swiss dutch and English writing papers As Well As top australian makes. Above is just a sampling. These and Many others Are All on the ground floor Canberra store. They re priced from 8/6. A dutch Corona in White Blue Grey. 19/11 b dutch de halve Maen. White Blue Grey. 25/-. C Swiss Paris Linen compendium. White. 35/-. D dutch Robin White Blue Turquoise. 32/6. E Swiss flirt checked lined envelopes. At 17/6. F Churston deckle Bri Flets. 8/6. Tree thieves warned Sydney sunday. People found stealing Christ Mas frees from state forests would be heavily fined the forestry commission warned today. The commissioner for forests or Hudson said the forests were being patrolled by radio equipped officers in an Effort to Slop the thefts. Or Hudson said people had done considerable dam age in the forests in recent years by cutting the tops off advanced Trees and removing Young Pines. Several people have been prosecuted he said. About 30,000 Christmas Trees will be Cut from state forests this year and sold to the Public through service associations and bodies such As rotary Lions and Apex. The Trees Are being Cut from areas where heavy re growth has occurred after Normal commercial log Ging operations. Most Christmas Trees this year however were being supplied by private Pine plantations or Hudson said

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