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195704 [2012/05/25 03:50]
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 we will gain that versatility that will truly make it a magazine of we will gain that versatility that will truly make it a magazine of
 the Club, by the Club ancl for the Club. the Club, by the Club ancl for the Club.
-' AT OUR ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ​+' ​ 
 +AT OUR ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ​
 A.G. Colley A.G. Colley
 The President occupied the Chair and some 90 members were present at our well attended Annual General Meeting. Apologies were received The President occupied the Chair and some 90 members were present at our well attended Annual General Meeting. Apologies were received
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 the red crayon which had discoloured the raiment of Frank Ashdown and others. But it could do no more than request users of the hall not to bring it in. the red crayon which had discoloured the raiment of Frank Ashdown and others. But it could do no more than request users of the hall not to bring it in.
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 Then came the customary suspension of standing orders while voting proceeded for Club officers. George Gray, Paddy Pallin, Brian Anderson, Jim Hooper and Geoff Wagg were elected scrutineers. Then came the customary suspension of standing orders while voting proceeded for Club officers. George Gray, Paddy Pallin, Brian Anderson, Jim Hooper and Geoff Wagg were elected scrutineers.
 On the recommendation of the Treasurer (Jim Brown) subscriptions. and entrance fee were left at the same rate as last year, despite added expense'​s,​ n3tab1y rent. Jim warned us that this year's surplus was partly the result of a large number of members paying their subs in advance and that it would be "a battle"​ to make ends meet over the next year. On the recommendation of the Treasurer (Jim Brown) subscriptions. and entrance fee were left at the same rate as last year, despite added expense'​s,​ n3tab1y rent. Jim warned us that this year's surplus was partly the result of a large number of members paying their subs in advance and that it would be "a battle"​ to make ends meet over the next year.
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 Clem EAllstrom asked why we had.200 invested in bonds, and the President explained that that was a good place to have our money, as it Clem EAllstrom asked why we had.200 invested in bonds, and the President explained that that was a good place to have our money, as it
 earned interest and would be repaid for sure. Bill Cosgrove, however, earned interest and would be repaid for sure. Bill Cosgrove, however,
 had other designs for the 200. Hearing from Tom Moppett of the National Parks deputation to the Minister on March 27th. he said that an-association such as ours should not be old and decrepit, but full of had other designs for the 200. Hearing from Tom Moppett of the National Parks deputation to the Minister on March 27th. he said that an-association such as ours should not be old and decrepit, but full of
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 juvenile enthusiasm. We should do something to encourage other people and clubs. The National Parks Association wanted money and we had it. juvenile enthusiasm. We should do something to encourage other people and clubs. The National Parks Association wanted money and we had it.
 The 200 was losing ,value year after year, and in 10 years would not be worth 200 pence. The Club should take dut-50 2,1 memberships in the National Parks Association. The 200 was losing ,value year after year, and in 10 years would not be worth 200 pence. The Club should take dut-50 2,1 memberships in the National Parks Association.
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 Tom Moppett explained that membership,​of,​the Associationwas open Tom Moppett explained that membership,​of,​the Associationwas open
 only to individuals,​ but would probably be open to associations when the final constitution was drawn up. He therefore suggested that Bill Cosgrove foreshadow a motion along the _lines suggested at our only to individuals,​ but would probably be open to associations when the final constitution was drawn up. He therefore suggested that Bill Cosgrove foreshadow a motion along the _lines suggested at our
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 sits around waiting to be entertained. At the -camp-fire little was presented except the opera itself. Members should ask themselves "Am sits around waiting to be entertained. At the -camp-fire little was presented except the opera itself. Members should ask themselves "Am
 I doing something or just sitting about?"​ I doing something or just sitting about?"​
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 After this the President left the Chair, (which was taken by Tom Moppett) in order to move two motions. The first was that a committee of four be elected to assist the Membership Secretary. The four would not be members of the Club committee. The work of the new committee would be to look after new members. Many had drifted away because they were not properly looked after-and.it was.-quite beyond the Membership Secretary, however energetic, to,shepherd them all int9 the Club.  The work should be spread and it was necessary to have people on the member- After this the President left the Chair, (which was taken by Tom Moppett) in order to move two motions. The first was that a committee of four be elected to assist the Membership Secretary. The four would not be members of the Club committee. The work of the new committee would be to look after new members. Many had drifted away because they were not properly looked after-and.it was.-quite beyond the Membership Secretary, however energetic, to,shepherd them all int9 the Club.  The work should be spread and it was necessary to have people on the member-
 ship Committee who did not have to attend Club Committee meetings. The scheme had worked well in pre-war days. ship Committee who did not have to attend Club Committee meetings. The scheme had worked well in pre-war days.
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 . So it seemed that practically everyone agreed that a membership . So it seemed that practically everyone agreed that a membership
 committee would be a good thing. But this was 'no ordinary meeting, it committee would be a good thing. But this was 'no ordinary meeting, it
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 was the Annual General Meeting, and one word was enough to start a was the Annual General Meeting, and one word was enough to start a
 really good argument. -Who, asked Allan Hardie, elects, or selects, the Comtittee? orne thought the membership secretary should select, really good argument. -Who, asked Allan Hardie, elects, or selects, the Comtittee? orne thought the membership secretary should select,
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 In the general business the newly elected Editor pointed out that In the general business the newly elected Editor pointed out that
 the change of editors meant the loss of the magazine typiste and issued a call to all typistes for assistance. the change of editors meant the loss of the magazine typiste and issued a call to all typistes for assistance.
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 It was decided to ask the re-union committee to move the camp site It was decided to ask the re-union committee to move the camp site
 to a more level place. Colin Putt said that he had inspected the camp site at the last week end and that a new site was in mind. He remarked to a more level place. Colin Putt said that he had inspected the camp site at the last week end and that a new site was in mind. He remarked
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 page 9,  One position, that of secretary, remains unfilled.) page 9,  One position, that of secretary, remains unfilled.)
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 SOCIAL ​ NOTABLE FOR APRIL SOCIAL ​ NOTABLE FOR APRIL
 You must not believe all you're taught at school. No sir/ We used to be told there was nothing on the Nullabor except salt bush You must not believe all you're taught at school. No sir/ We used to be told there was nothing on the Nullabor except salt bush
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