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Goulburn Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 28, 1950, Goulburn, New South Wales E for the comfor. Clean Liness and safety City sewerage install he Hygeia dissolve Nar. The shy Cia dissolve Nat is not just a modified Clos pan but an entirely self con id proven sanitary Ste approved y Public health a tones no ado s no flies o Nowata Supply require no pm tying Hygia Disso Venator thousands in use Hygeia units Are installed in thousands Homes hotels and government build Ings in City and Ccu try areas throughout Australia. They Are or ised by All owners for continuous trouble ree. Vice. Send for free Booklet. Obtainable Hygeia Disso Venator dist. Co. leading 52 Goulburn st., Sydney. My 675e.con in t r please Send me without of ligation store s o r illustrated Booklet on Hygeia unit. Direct from Tribu tors. Address. Be real Protection for your family life Assurance with the t. G. Has brought Protection to Many thousands of a stalians. You too i t. & Oba t. &. Protection for your wife and i the t. G. Is a purely Mutu society and there fore Only e policyholders Sha in its continued Success to society has tie poli to meet your needs Aind offers life assure Cep Versoi a Accident & sic Ness insurance to i of Pur Tiase Loans staff superannuation & roup Assurance. Most attract e terms. You a invited to Call at the by society s office in5 Montague Street. Oulu in. Thle " 6 Mutual ?.h.&. L be society incorporated in Victoria 1876. Income �11,516,017. Assets �66,500,783. District superintendent or. E. W. Chamberlain Telephone Goulburn 890. A i Pointer to successful Selling 03 Wool i fat Stock produce brokers. Consign your Wool Stock Ond produce to t Goldsborou h Mort & co. Ltd. . Branches Opee we Ewaa Horoton Ard a broken Hill. Ond be sure of Efrien service co Nunda. To modern ballr9om dancing Fec l f est to i night 4--4uthern Crossby Haill pole Talon by up ointment mondays. A in Cpl ma4 . A , Tao he at All Clab be Bou Burn i Danng july 28, 1950bt Friday july 28, 1950 Healing the breach the presence of Australia s prime minister. Or. Menzies in Washington at the present time is extremely opportune. Despite All the confident talk about the outcome of the War in Korea it is Plain that there is an atmosphere of deep concern in and around Congress. President Truman h a s changed his routine Gen eral Omar Bradley the Chic f of staff is the first Man he sees every morning with the Secretary of state or. Dean Acheson a close second. In an atmosphere of that kind it is always reassuring to feel that one has Friend who understand appreciate and sympathise with his problems. Such a Friend the americans will Realise without any sense of inhibition at All they have in or. Menzies. A great Deal of the Good feeling that was created by the War when australians owed their existence As a nation to the overwhelming help that the american gave was undermined by the strange behaviour of the Man who. Later became prime minis Ter and his minister for external affairs. Both of them had been reared in an atmosphere of suspicion re Garding americans to them they were a people who represented the High est development of capital ism and for that reason were dangerous after of course they had Doire their Job in saving the same ministers among others from the japs. It was unfortunate for Australia that old remarkable spirit f of Corn Rad ship which had brr i created and made Tan Gib by the War was dissipated by the politicians whose vision set on Distant things. Passed Over the More important ones right at hand. Only a fool would say that the relationship Between the two nations did not deteriorate after the War. First came the failure to fall in behind Macarthur and March. On Japan despite the pleading of John Curt that the australian Armi should do so. Then can re the death of the Only in in the Cabinet who saw things clearly at the time. The danger was past and attention was Given in tired a to the formation of the United nations which if it were not for the United states now would be As dead As the proverbial door Nail. America wanted to make a big naval base on Manus Island but the minister for external affairs or. Evatt hum hummed about it and the americans lost no time in taking the hint they got out. So to Day on the is land Are the remains of millions of pounds Worth of fighting material still rotting on the Island. The task now is for or. Menzies to seize if he can the great Opportunity and restore in full measure that spirit of close comradeship which was destroyed in the years Fol lowing the saving of Australia. On tuesday next he is to address the Senate and House of representatives at Washington. It is Ai great Opportunity and by the measure in which he rises to it will australian be Able in turn to measure his greatness. Historically it will be a Day of a tremendous significance which if we judge aright will not be lost upon the Man who will speak for Australia and australians direct to the american people on tues Day. £5 for Wethers Merino Wethers auctioned at Brookwell sales last week on account of or. A. D. Mcintosh of Woodleigh Bernard via Crook Well realised �5 per head. The offering comprised 340 Wethers six years off shorn at the Middle of october and the purchasers were Granger live Stock company limited. The auctioneers Pitt son and Badgery state that the Price was a phenomenal one. The Wethers carried big coins and were in first rate condition. When loaded on the trucks at the Crookwell railway trucking Yards 42 filled each deck of the truck to Cape Ltd. Imu Waree s move7 to maintain roads evidence that tile Goulburn District is faced with its worst Road problem in history was provided at a meeting of the mul Waree Shire coun cil yesterday when action Wys taken to. Restrict Ili passage of heavy traffic on several roads and authority Given to organise gangs of Nion Council labour to effect repiirs., t hese decisions by Council followed the submission of a report by the Engineer or. H b., Darke who stated that further rain had caused deterioration to Shire Rodas diff cuties associated with Road transport within the Shire were stressed by cars. Hockey and Burge who were Success Ful in urging that authority be Given to organisms gangs of District men to work in conjunction with Council officers to effect improvements. Council unanimously adopted a recommendation by the Engineer to restrict the loading of vehicles to three tons Gross weight on the. Sandy Point Mayfield and Cullu lha roads. Councillors d. I. Broadhead and l. A. Sykes emphasised that Council would not hesitate to take court action against motors s found contravening this regulation. District help following Council s adoption of a motion by or. Hockey that Council authorise the Engineer to employ. Local labour to carry out urgent works or. Burge put Forward a scheme to organise working gangs in the Taralga District with the Aid of an experienced Shire employee. He volunteered to organise men for work on various roads and Council agreed to take Steps to hire a Taralga owned truck and to provide the ser vices of a Shire employee or. Fleming to. Supervise work. Another drastic measure taken by Council to ensure that roads were not unnecessarily damaged was to authorise coun cil officers to place restrictions of loading on any roads when deemed necessary. Or. Darke s report on Road conditions was adopted and is As follows under Normal conditions the loads carried Are not excessive but under. To Days conditions the passage of a truck with a five ton Load May leave the Road in such a condition hat the Road is virtually closed to All traffic. This has been found to be the Case in the Tarago area and subject to Council s confirmation action is now being taken to restrict loading to three tons Gross including weight of vehicles on the Sandy a omit Mayfield and Pul Ltd Ika Radi. Ally Untrif Ficare Warg to firewood. At Taralga 1t intr Ida nor go i Aren a the main Taralga Oberon Road is Untrif fixable North of Buba Lahla approx. 15 Miles from Taralga due almost entirely to the cartage of potatoes on a four wheel drive Duel rear Axle vehicle which has left the Road in such a condition that no vehicle is Able to travel. Between Taralga and Curra , the Road is.,being kept spent pith difficulty. The con detion of Thel won Benyani aws roydadha9.t known accurately but it is known to at the Iwar Croughn Creoli to Roadis fit honeysuckle re 1. In. He Taralga area it is Lif cult to restrict loading As this will affect the transport of potatoes a perishable pro duct from the farm to the rail. It is thought however that an Appeal should be made for residents to use trucks on he roads Only when absolutely necessary and to restrict Load ing to the minimum possible. It is noted that dances Amre being held in country centres involving in Many cases the use of bus transport and it is thought that this is an activity which Mayv Well cease under existing offer on taxis Council would make no move in the taxi dispute till officers i Obi the trias Portr Despai Nubit Luid " fitted Goul Buhil t 8 171 raid. R do Holls said a fhe it a to a Tirb ii it Ini who Asci Hosiah is about the i utter Aid. Gerthy Sild to this uni Rowledge nothing had been done about the taxi problem since it had first Arisen seven weeks ago. We should get. On with the business he said. Aid. Hollis said that Council had agreed to. officers from. The de Stigent t6 visit Goulburn. R i How in the 1wether has been so and it they pro Bibl have been unable to travel Alon their own roads he upped. He Nadide Dimiat l f of t re card Luig taxis fromn the healt inspector mrs a 1. Currel was als Bei held Over to after the officers visit. At a Council meeting on june 22, go Tilburn s taxi proprietors offered to sell their businesses lock Stock and bar Rel to Council. After a lengthy discussion Council decided to refer the of f r to the transport depart Lent. This motion was sponsored by Ald. W. H. Hamilton Council approves building permits permits for the building of two new houses in Goulburn were amongst those granted at last night s City Council meeting. They were m. L. Boyd Erec Tion of Brick dwelling. Six Romonis bathroom laundry and porch in Lawrenny Avenue �2900 and l. Gillespie and no Dobson Fibre dwelling four rooms bathroom and laundry Foster Street �z1500. Other permits granted were for or. F. J. Mccarthy Mon Tague Street conversion of., existing building into two residential Flats and erection of new surgeries and waiting room �2200 e. Grunsell Mur Ray Street new storeroom Verandah and fencing �100 w. W. Weir Kinghorne Street. Shed �100 t. L. Beamish Combermere Street new toilet �65 j. M. Broadhead Vic Toria Street Louvres on Veran Dah �45 d. S. Sands Victoria Street fencing �30 l. A. Wil Cox George Street fencing �20 arid n. J. Croker Evans Street fencing �20. M us waive donations the following additional flood Relief donations have been received by mul Waree Shire coun. Cil. Amount previously acknowledged �81/14/6 from Tural objectors Boundary inquiry guarantors Brown r. C. A. Peden e. J. Pope j. R. E. Hyles each �10/10/- i. W. Offley �2/2/- mrs. D. M. Toole. £5 est. W. P. Pearce. £3 Michael Chalker �1. Total �134/17/6. Some falsehood mingles with All saucers Are Good news writer declares some of t hem Are real the flying saucers Are real they Are made net in Russia Crlin Mars but in the United states and when the . Air Force sees lit to release information on them in vill be Good news. So declares Henry j. Taylor Well known and radio commentator in the August Reader s a lest. The article is condensed from a broadcast. The saucers vary in size Taylor says from Small White disks 20 inches wide to big ones 250 feet across. Nearly All Are round some Are Flat and edged up like saucers others Are raised in the Centre like a Isle. Some Are guided others Are not. They Eunit no Stream of Light or smoke. Have no indication of a propelling. Onechan ism and no sound. They can i and sati opiary in the air Hen dash off to right or left with increasing Speed. Their function is an important military i vaginitis nine out of ten reports of flying saucers Are due to imagination or confusion. Taylor states. But several have been substantiated. Nine flying discs. Sighted Over the Pacific coast of America by United airlines Captain e. J. Smith. Were real five seen Over the Cascade mountains of Oregon were real. So were a Hundred foot Saucer Rel Serveul Over new Mexico in april 1949. And a. .210-footer, so cited Over Madisonville Ken Tucky on january 7, 1048. The Saucer development is a Bli and expanding. Expert mental project which has been progressing in the United states for three Tavor says. It has gone through three stages reaching peaks in pub Lic observation in july 1047, january 1948, and Aprl 1950. The saucers have grown bigger 1 Ith each phase. Military secret a flaming Cigar shaped object about a Hundred feet Long reported Over Montgomery. Ala Bama by two reliable airlines pilots was real too the author states. But it was. Not Cigar shaped nor was it a flying it was a . Navy experimental fighter a great jilt air Plaine of incredible though nearly round its extremely fast flight. Another military secret. Mde it appear elongated and Cigar shaped to the human Eye. Chances of finding a flying Saucer Are slight because most Are made of Maner isl which Dis integrates in the Elt. If you found one however you would read the following message stencilled on it military secret of the United states of America and a num Ber. Anyone damaging or revealing description a or where. A louts of this missile is subject to prosecution by the in Lect states government. Call col Lect at once Telephone num Ber and address of a a. Air base non exl Losover a . Aid for the world president Harry s. Truman of the United states recently signed into Law the United states foreign economic assistance act of 1950 in which the United states Congress authorised 3,121,450,000 dollars for f foreign Aid programmes. Chief provision of the measure is an authorisation of 2,50,000,000 dollars for the third year of United states assistance to european economic recovery through the economic co operation administration. Also included in the Bill Are 35,000,000 dollars for the Point four programme of technical assistance to other nations 100,000,000 dollars for Aid to Korea 94,000,000 dollars for the general area of China 27,450,000 dollars As the United states share of a United nations Public works and Relief programme for Arab refugees of the recent Palestine warfare and 15,000,000 dollars As a United states contribution to the United nations International children s emergency fund. A few Days in the flood area up North until one has seen the North coast and what it is like he does not Realise what the continued Rains have done there it is really or. W. L. Holloway has just returned from a trip to Graf ton. He left Here on monday night and took a plane from Mastt at 7.10 . It was an Pou. the aerodrome had blonde closed Down. The next Landing was coff s Harbour. The whole of the trip was made through Clouds and rain. All beyond Newcastle seemed to be water where once there were Rivers they seemed to be lakes. It was raining when we got to coff s Harbour and we left by bus for Grafton. The roads were open at the time but patches of the Road from two to three Hundred years were under water. When we reached South Grafton we got some idea of. What a flood Means. Maybe the flood has done some Good in cleaning out a lot of the water hyacinth but it did riot make a Nice picture to see it wreathed around Trees and draped Over fences at the show ground. The hyacinth would hang around a tree for a depth of four to five feet. In fact it was sometimes from six to eight feet deep. And although it is a , it was sprouting there the main Street in South Grafton along the River Bank has been cleaned by a Bulldozer. Logs rubbish and the everlasting hyacinth had been pushed to each Side of the Road in great heaps Asp to eight feet High. There were thousands and thousands of tons of rubbish and litter along both sides of the Street. Snakes then there were snakes which had been washed from the scrub Down the River. At Maclean a Chap had a stack of Hay with half. A dozen sheets of Iron Over it. It was out of the reach of the water but he happened to see a Snake Mak ing for it when on a tour of inspection. He pulled a Sheet of Iron on one Side and there he found 11 Black. Snakes. At some of the places every Fence Post seemed to have some kind of Snake on it. People whose Homes have been covered Are concerned about what will happen when the warn weather comes and the snakes begin to look around. In one building or. Biol Loway saw Moss growing inside on the ceiling. Mil Dew had undermined the paint and Moss had seized on the bricks and plaster. It was still raining on wednesday and. Thursday when or. Holloway went to Taree intending to return to Grafton for the races. He left his friends behind. Wherever he went he saw Timber stacked particularly around coff s Harbour. Rail Way transport was out because of the Bridge at Kempsey and the bars at the Mouths of the Rivers were closed owing to the floods. Loggers could not move Timber because As soon As their transport moved out it bogged. When. He was thilking of returning from Trace to Grafton for the races he got a wide from his friends River rising races off we re off the end of the trip but it was an Eye opener to All of them As to the serious and permanent injury the a flood can do. In Grafton they have not had two consecutive dry Days for two months. Mul Waree not Happy about. Shire rates speaking at a meeting of. The mul Waree Shire Council yester Day the Engineer or. H. B. Darke said Council Felt that it had not been Given fair the department of main roads in regard the rates charged for the hire of Plant. He said that due to increased Cost of Lant and Ina Chinery. The department had agreed to consider an increase in hire rates but nothing had eventuated. A he said councils were operant ing some Plant at a loss be cause of the delay by the department in notifying an in crease in hire roads department divisional Engineer or. K. Jor Dan who attended the meet ing said the position was Colis placated paid it was difficult to assess a rate to apply to machinery purchased it Dif Ferent councils at various prices. He pointed out however that he hoped soon to be Able to make an announcement and pointed lit ?6ounil would not lose As the new rates would be retrospective. ii ?111111111 from everywhere 1llllllllllllllllll 111 11111111 1111l plumb angry. In Baltimore William Samp. Son ripped the a Ltalien sink from the Wall and threw y la his wife. Shop at Baths. The City councill Las fight granted permission Tomas e i. Geale to erect a a table lock up shop at the municipal Baths during the swim Ming season. School bus. 2 at yesterday s me Tofig bpm Ularee Shire Council per Mission was granted to crop Well bus proprietor a Aniable to run a school bus front. Crook Well to Goulburn via Cotta Pejar and Kingsdale. Love i not honour More. In Managua Nicaragua Volunteer fireman Ruben Arroliga heard an alarm while standing at the altar with has prospective Bride told her to wait for him and dashed off to help put out the fire. Stolen while he slept. The Driver of an interstate Semi trailer woke in his Cabin to find that a thief had stolen 10 Rolls of suiting Worth �800.from the Back. The driver., Arthur Webb 23, of Melbourne arrived in Sydney on wednesday morn ing. The face of the future. In Portland us when Robert Boyle told the court he was going to be married in five Days judge Edmund ?. Mahoney suspended Boyle s three Dollar Fine for traffic Vio lation with the comment you will probably need All your spare Money. Crushed fingers. A woman crushed several fingers when her hand was caught in the rollers of a col Lar ironing machine at her work at the modern laundry co. Yesterday. She was mrs. F. Dudley. Of Sloane Street. Ambulance took her to the District ios Pital for treatment. Nylon for typewriters. Nylon typewriter ribbons Aid a recent development in the United states. Nylon has advantages for typewriter ribbons Over any other fabric for it has great strength and elasticity and it will stand up under the severe pounding of the typewriter especially modern electric machines longer than any other Type of. Ribbon. Nylon ribbons leave Sharp Clear impressions because Nylon s strength nikes possible a thinner ribbon. The smooth surface of the fabric prevents lint from getting in the Type face. Automatic. Light Wateuma now available in the United states where apparently they also have Black outs is a safety device that provides instant automatic Light when the regular source of current is interrupted. When the current is restored the emergency Light goes off automatically. A soft fluorescent Light it will provide approximately ten hours of emergency service with Standard dry cell batteries which Are obtainable anywhere. The device uses Standard fluorescent lamps and no special wiring is needed. It plugs into any 115-Volt . Out let has a convenient carrying handle and can be used As a hand set Light if desired. Weigh ing 9ot pounds it measures 9% inches Long 6 inches High and 4?, inches deep. Council move for cheap Rural Light the City Council Wotila try to give people in electricity at As Che p a rate As possible electricity. Com Littee chairman Ald. L. P. Martin said last night. He was is King Council to Oyer. Look a recommendation from his committee that charges made to Consumers in Rural areas be based on the City Tariff plus a fixed service charge varying with the . Of the area defined. Ald. Martin explained that three or four proposals had come before the committee at it. Last meeting and the above scheme had seemed Best. However since that Date More information had come to hand. Further consideration would be Given to the matter and a bet Ter scheme would probably come before Council for consid ratio in the future. Ald. F. D. Davies seconded the motion saying that the economic Factor had to been tired into when consideration was being Given to the in Robles of Extension of electricity to Rural areas. We want to devise a sch emn to give these people maximum service but at rates which Are As equitable As possible he said. Council adopted the motion. Life is a Mission existence merely an

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