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Canberra Times (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory National Library of Australia minister warns night traders Sydney government would consider heavier penalties on shopkeepers who stayed open after Legal closing hours the minister for labour i Industry or. Maloney said Day. Jar Maloney described Keut penalties for tote As Joe confirmed his Previ 53 refusal consider showing shops stay p Lite on riday nights. The Only amendment of cd tag shopping Law fill i have under consider Jurj is that of increasing penalties under the Jet he mid. Iii would enable be Jtj impose More a pm piste penalties upon i3e Wiio deliberately set a Nelves out defy ill. Maloney refused is clue the number of peepers the Ockart Keiit of labour Ana in Wuy has prosecuted ii lie past three weeks since use Sydney and suburban stayed open on i ii nights the information will be die pubic when the pro a jigs come before the arts he said. I do not intend at test expedite the pro Ctm nos an official of or. Maio is department said Day lie believed proceed eds we been taken against least rive shop Neep in the Manly area i Sirsi u Tjom inspector a nth i de evidence of late trading on a Friday night a fortnight ago. The Liberal , for Manly or. Darby said Day breaking the Law by shopkeepers or anyone else la clearly wrong but the shopkeepers Ivhon stayed open late in my electorate obviously Felt that Only by direct action could they influence the government alter the Law. They were trying meet what is obviously Public need. It is up the govern ment 0 remove an odious restriction on Freedom of tax worries result in Man s suicide Sydney Friday. A toured planter had killed himself after receiving a tuition assessment Zor. 11,159 which he could not pay the City Coroner or. Lett was told Day. Or. Letts was inquiring into the death of Richard a Mervyn Glasson 73, of Virnea Street Nam Bucca beads at be Metropole jew Sydney on August or. Utts found Glasson bed from self inflicted founds Asp m. P. Connors of Phillip Street said he found Glasson lying dead a Bath at the hotel. A Harp pocketknife with a bloodstained Blade was in a inti Container and a Tarpening Stone was in a bedroom. Sgt. Connors said he found a number of letters in Glasson a room including a taxation assessment for �3,159. Or. R. F. Farrell an accountant said the notice As due be paid by August 12 this year. Look i of the am Olsi in at Fishwick can ekr life the Road quran Bryan Industrial Are \ phone x102s " same Day turf. Service Ujj Breeds Recap new Tyre repay. Jute before 9 in pick up pm Battery service t., i we test end charge you Bahery we Yov Ampol lubrication service 1 great no Oil Chenge while you hours 7.30 .m.9 . Saturdey pm a Complete mechanical service. In spa re in wheel balancing wheel �9-vat. Grinding welding general trading hours a petrol Oil Accessorise monday saturday 7 .in.1w Pir Sund a 9 n.i.-9 warning on smallpox All australians intending travel abroad should be vaccinated against Small pox the minister for health or. Cameron warned yesterday. The possible introduction of the disease into austra Lia had caused concern for some time said or. Cam Eron. There had been epidemics of smallpox in Calcutta and Bombay and Localised out Breaks in Bahrein Ceylon Italy and England. Many australians visited those areas each year and much shipping and Many travellers arrived in Australia from those countries. I e therefore believed the Commonwealth should make vaccinations of All persons coming austra Lia compulsory. At present Only those arriving by air had be vaccinated. Lew australians race conscious i Melbourne Friday australians were less Colour conscious than most i other nations or. Gunnar1 Myrdal noted political author and former swedish Cabinet minister said Day. Or. Myi a will five a series of lectures while in Melbourne. I he aria Day Thali White and coloured people could live happily together if they wanted . He was surprised at the Way australians mixed freely and happily with the thousands of asian students in Melbourne and other capital cities. Or. Myrdal is on a three year study of conditions in South East asian coun tries. Make right Hanttu incorrectly a intends turn his right he commences the turn from a position adjacent but on the left of the Centre of the Rood which he is leaving so As permit traffic continue on his left. I must yield right of Way a share the Road act courteously authorised by the Load safety Council of the a.c.t., a constituent of the australian hand safety Council. Wasted lives. Year after year our bad roads Are contributing Accident after Accident scores of australians Are being killed or permanently injured. To Cope with the Ever increasing flow of modern fast moving traffic today s roads must be straight and wide so that both pedestrian and Motorist can enjoy greater safety. Bad roads Are costing you plenty in wasted fives. Wasted time. Higher food Bills. Wasted time. Bad roads cause costly delays. Frustrating delays in congested traffic at rail Crossings on Long slow hauls up Steep narrow inclines. These and Many other faults in our roads system help push up the prices of goods and services which Are ultimately passed on you forcing up your Cost of living. You Are paying millions of pounds a year for Australia s thousands of Miles of crumbling out Moded roads and congested City streets. Lives Are lost every Day through unsafe rail Crossings narrow Bridges dangerous crests and other hazards. Don agree it s time we did Someth Cong about it Australia Lias the engineers the manpower the ingenuity and All the ieans build Good roads. Now we need a blueprint for further action. An australian National roads authority a single body backed by the necessary Powers and funds could be the first step in bringing our roads into line with today s. And tomorrow s requirements. Such an when you think of better roads think of the big yellow machines that help build them. Higher food Bills. 76% of All freight is carried by Road of which food is a major item. It is estimated that the Cost of freight is 6f in every Pound you spend on con Sumer goods. Good roads would substantially reduce this freight Cost even by half. Authority could co ordinate the plans of existing state and Shire Road making bodies who Are doing their Best under great difficulties keep our roads open so that our Road construction programme keeps Pace with other phases of National development. Good Road Doal Cost they pay Caterpillar ? a c at arc 1 ran Tram Mark cat that a tract it co. U.9.a. Caterpillar of Australia r . 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