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 **July 1967, No. 392. Price 10c.** **July 1967, No. 392. Price 10c.**
  
-======IN ​THIS MONTH'​S ​MAGAZINE ======+**__IN ​THIS MONTH'​S ​MAGAZINE__**
  
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-=====EDITORIAL=====+======Editorial======
  
 In the year 1627 the American Indians sold_ Manhattan Island to the white settlers for $24. Geometric progression never was a favourite subject of mine, so I haven'​t bothered to work the problem out, but I'm told that had the Indians invested their $24 at an interest rate of 3% compounds they would today be worth some thousands of millions of dollars. In the year 1627 the American Indians sold_ Manhattan Island to the white settlers for $24. Geometric progression never was a favourite subject of mine, so I haven'​t bothered to work the problem out, but I'm told that had the Indians invested their $24 at an interest rate of 3% compounds they would today be worth some thousands of millions of dollars.
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-====== ​BRAIN TEASER ​======+====== ​Brain Teaser======
 We have a situation whereby five persons, each of a different nationality,​ live in five differently coloured houses. Each has a different pet, each smokes a different brand of cigarette, and each drinks a different type of liquid refreshment. Further clues are as follows:- We have a situation whereby five persons, each of a different nationality,​ live in five differently coloured houses. Each has a different pet, each smokes a different brand of cigarette, and each drinks a different type of liquid refreshment. Further clues are as follows:-
-1. The Englishman lives in the RED house. +  - The Englishman lives in the RED house. 
-2. The Spaniard owns the DOG. +  ​- ​The Spaniard owns the DOG. 
-3. COFFEE is drunk in the GREEN house. +  ​- ​COFFEE is drunk in the GREEN house. 
-4. The Ukrainian drinks TEA. +  ​- ​The Ukrainian drinks TEA. 
-5. The GREEN house is immediately on your right of the IVORY house. +  ​- ​The GREEN house is immediately on your right of the IVORY house. 
-6. The OLD GOLD smoker owns SNAILS. +  ​- ​The OLD GOLD smoker owns SNAILS. 
-7. KOOLS are smoked in the YELLOW house. +  ​- ​KOOLS are smoked in the YELLOW house. 
-8. MILK is drunk in the middle house. +  ​- ​MILK is drunk in the middle house. 
-9. The Norwegian lives in the first house. +  ​- ​The Norwegian lives in the first house. 
-10. The man who smokes CHESTERFIELD lives in the house next to the man with the fox. +  ​- ​The man who smokes CHESTERFIELD lives in the house next to the man with the fox. 
-11. KOOLS are smoked in the house next to the house where the HORSE is kept. +  ​- ​KOOLS are smoked in the house next to the house where the HORSE is kept. 
-12. The LUCKY STRIKE smoker drinks ORANGE JUICE. +  ​- ​The LUCKY STRIKE smoker drinks ORANGE JUICE. 
-13. The Japanese smokes PARLIAMENTS. +  ​- ​The Japanese smokes PARLIAMENTS. 
-14. The Norwegian lives next to the BLUE house.+  ​- ​The Norwegian lives next to the BLUE house.
  
 What we want to know is: What we want to know is:
-1. WHO DRINKS BEER? and 2. WHO OWNS THE ZEBRA?+  - WHO DRINKS BEER? and  
 +  - WHO OWNS THE ZEBRA? 
 This problem can most definitely be worked out - the answer is in the custody of the Editor. This problem can most definitely be worked out - the answer is in the custody of the Editor.
  
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-====== A QUOTE OF NOTE FOR JULY ====== +====== A quote of note for July====== 
-/When you defile the pleasant streams +//When you defile the pleasant streams ​\\  
-And the wild bird's abiding place,  +And the wild bird's abiding place, ​\\  
-You massacre a million dreams +You massacre a million dreams\\  
-And cast your spittle in God's face./+And cast your spittle in God's face.//\\  
 John Drinkwater. John Drinkwater.
  
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 ====== A message from Paddy ====== ====== A message from Paddy ======
-The first month of winter and skiers have invaded Paddy'​s. +The first month of winter and skiers have invaded Paddy'​s.\\  
-Many walkers have discovered the pleasures of skiing, especially-ski touring, which could almost be called. bushwalking on skis. +Many walkers have discovered the pleasures of skiing, especially-ski touring, which could almost be called. bushwalking on skis.\\  
-It calls for some extra skills and has its share of hardship and adventure, but ski touring opens up a new world to both bushwalkers and skiers.+It calls for some extra skills and has its share of hardship and adventure, but ski touring opens up a new world to both bushwalkers and skiers.\\ 
 Always welcome at Paddy'​s Walkers and Skiers especially those who find a common interest in ski touring, so dear to our own hearts or all walking and skiing gear. Gear for sale and hire. Always welcome at Paddy'​s Walkers and Skiers especially those who find a common interest in ski touring, so dear to our own hearts or all walking and skiing gear. Gear for sale and hire.
  
-PADDY PALLIN PTY. LTD.  +PADDY PALLIN PTY. LTD. \\  
-1st Floor, +1st Floor,\\  
-109a Bathurst Street,+109a Bathurst Street,\\ 
 SYDNEY. Phone : 26-2685 SYDNEY. Phone : 26-2685
  
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 A BRIEF OUTLINE OF SUNDAY WALKS FOR THE COMING MONTH, COMPILED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE BY DON FINCH WALKS SEC. A BRIEF OUTLINE OF SUNDAY WALKS FOR THE COMING MONTH, COMPILED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE BY DON FINCH WALKS SEC.
  
-**__9TH. JULY __**+**__9TH. JULY __**\\ 
 Jim Brown, the long-legged man with the pipe embedded in his face, has a trip going from Coalcliffe, Stanwell Tops, Kelly'​s Falls, Otford. The train leaves Central country platform at 8.42 a.m. Tickets should be purchased to Coalcliffe. The trip is disguised as 8 miles easy, and any further details may be obtained by phoning Jim on 81-2675. Jim Brown, the long-legged man with the pipe embedded in his face, has a trip going from Coalcliffe, Stanwell Tops, Kelly'​s Falls, Otford. The train leaves Central country platform at 8.42 a.m. Tickets should be purchased to Coalcliffe. The trip is disguised as 8 miles easy, and any further details may be obtained by phoning Jim on 81-2675.
  
-**__16TH. JULY __** +**__16TH. JULY __**\\  
-**__23RD JULY __** +**__23RD JULY __**\\  
-No Sunday trips are programmed for either of these dates.+No Sunday trips are programmed for either of these dates.\\ 
 If this fact upsets you enough to do something about it, see the Walks Secretary, as the new Spring programme is in the making. If this fact upsets you enough to do something about it, see the Walks Secretary, as the new Spring programme is in the making.
  
-**__30TH. JULY __**+**__30TH. JULY __**\\ 
 Ye olds knights Sir, Davey Ingram (Uncle David) leadeth this trippe from Mint, Bushwalker'​s Basin, Kalibucca Creek, Minto. Ye electric chariot leaveth Central at 8.25 a.m. - tickets to Minto. The grading is 12 miles medium, and it is a TEST TALK. Sir Davey may be contacted by carrier pigeon, or other means of communications at 635-7733 (Business number). Ye olds knights Sir, Davey Ingram (Uncle David) leadeth this trippe from Mint, Bushwalker'​s Basin, Kalibucca Creek, Minto. Ye electric chariot leaveth Central at 8.25 a.m. - tickets to Minto. The grading is 12 miles medium, and it is a TEST TALK. Sir Davey may be contacted by carrier pigeon, or other means of communications at 635-7733 (Business number).
  
-**__6TH. AUGUST __**+**__6TH. AUGUST __**\\ 
 No Sunday trip programmed. No Sunday trip programmed.
  
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-====== ​WALKS PROGRAMME====== ​+====== ​Walks Programme====== ​
 The new Spring programme is now in process of being compiled, and the usual cardboard sheets are currently circulating in the Club rooms on Wednesday nights. Spring is probably. the most enjoyable walking season, and it gives the opportunity for some terrific trips. So give the matter some thought NOW, even though the weather is a bit cold. Make this Walks Programme an all-time record; something the S.B.W. can be proud of. The new Spring programme is now in process of being compiled, and the usual cardboard sheets are currently circulating in the Club rooms on Wednesday nights. Spring is probably. the most enjoyable walking season, and it gives the opportunity for some terrific trips. So give the matter some thought NOW, even though the weather is a bit cold. Make this Walks Programme an all-time record; something the S.B.W. can be proud of.
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 By Observer. By Observer.
  
-**__FUZZ FEATURES__** ​+**__FUZZ FEATURES__** ​\\ 
 Have you seen our gracious President, Frank Rigby, since his return from Central Australia. If you have, you will know the answer, when I ask you what you think Frank has in common with Leonardo Da Vinci, Rolf Harris, Claudio Monteverdi, Leo Tolstoy, and Santa Claus. As so aptly described by that master of words, Jim Brown, all appear to have advanced cases of five o'​clock shadow. Have you seen our gracious President, Frank Rigby, since his return from Central Australia. If you have, you will know the answer, when I ask you what you think Frank has in common with Leonardo Da Vinci, Rolf Harris, Claudio Monteverdi, Leo Tolstoy, and Santa Claus. As so aptly described by that master of words, Jim Brown, all appear to have advanced cases of five o'​clock shadow.
  
-**__QUEEN'​S BIRTHDAY WEEKEND__**+**__QUEEN'​S BIRTHDAY WEEKEND__**\\ 
 comes along with quite a promising array of trips arranged and guess what happens. Don Wood's speleo expedition to Parkes discovered, once there, that all likely entrances were densely overgrown, and it would take at least five days to clear a way in, and even then there would be no promise of anything spectacular. All the way to Kempsey went another group, only to be flooded out. Ross Wyborn'​s ski touring trip went all the way to the snow country to find that there was no snow. "All starters need to be fully equipped for survival in subzero blizzards"​ said the note on the Walks Programme. comes along with quite a promising array of trips arranged and guess what happens. Don Wood's speleo expedition to Parkes discovered, once there, that all likely entrances were densely overgrown, and it would take at least five days to clear a way in, and even then there would be no promise of anything spectacular. All the way to Kempsey went another group, only to be flooded out. Ross Wyborn'​s ski touring trip went all the way to the snow country to find that there was no snow. "All starters need to be fully equipped for survival in subzero blizzards"​ said the note on the Walks Programme.
  
-**__CONSERVATION POST FILLED__** +**__CONSERVATION POST FILLED__**\\  
-(From Sydney Morning Herald, June 19, 1967)+(From Sydney Morning Herald, June 19, 1967)\\ 
 "Dr. D. F. McMichael, the present director of the Sydney Museum, has been appointed director of the Australian Conservation Foundation. The foundation'​s president, Sir Garfield Barwick, made the announcement at the first conservation symposium held at Melbourne University."​ "Dr. D. F. McMichael, the present director of the Sydney Museum, has been appointed director of the Australian Conservation Foundation. The foundation'​s president, Sir Garfield Barwick, made the announcement at the first conservation symposium held at Melbourne University."​
  
-**__CLUB LIBRARY__**+**__CLUB LIBRARY__**\\ 
 The new Club Librarian has been working hard, with the help of her family, so I hear, to get the Library into shape, ready for use once again after a lapse of some time. Ivy Painter tells us that details of borrowing arrangement will be available next month. The new Club Librarian has been working hard, with the help of her family, so I hear, to get the Library into shape, ready for use once again after a lapse of some time. Ivy Painter tells us that details of borrowing arrangement will be available next month.
  
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 ====== Wet Weather Walking ====== ====== Wet Weather Walking ======
-**OR, "HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR SCRABBLE SCORE WITHOUT REALLY. TRYING."​** ​+**OR, "HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR SCRABBLE SCORE WITHOUT REALLY. TRYING."​** ​\\ 
 By Neville 'Page. By Neville 'Page.
  
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-**__STARTLING STATISTICS__**+**__STARTLING STATISTICS__**\\ 
 Just how significant has the role played by the professional hunter been in the destruction of Australia’s native faunas The following extracts give some indication. Just how significant has the role played by the professional hunter been in the destruction of Australia’s native faunas The following extracts give some indication.
  
-**__ News Review__**+**__ News Review__**\\ 
 May 14, 1965. "​According to figures given by the Queensland authorities in 1920, the number of koalas taken in that State during the previous year was about a million. The number of possums taken in the same period was more than five million. Authoritative statements made in 1911 showed that in the previous year two Sydney dealers alone had sold 1,298 lyrebird tails. The ruling price, it appears, was 2/6 each." May 14, 1965. "​According to figures given by the Queensland authorities in 1920, the number of koalas taken in that State during the previous year was about a million. The number of possums taken in the same period was more than five million. Authoritative statements made in 1911 showed that in the previous year two Sydney dealers alone had sold 1,298 lyrebird tails. The ruling price, it appears, was 2/6 each."
  
-**__ The Daily Telegraph __**+**__ The Daily Telegraph __**\\ 
 June 18, 1967. "In 1908, 60,000 koalas were hunted and killed, and their skins passed through the Sydney market. In 1924, the number had risen to a staggering 2 million from the Eastern States. In 1927, Queensland declared an open one-month season on the bears and 10,000 hunters shot 600,000 koalas."​ June 18, 1967. "In 1908, 60,000 koalas were hunted and killed, and their skins passed through the Sydney market. In 1924, the number had risen to a staggering 2 million from the Eastern States. In 1927, Queensland declared an open one-month season on the bears and 10,000 hunters shot 600,000 koalas."​
  
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 A number of Bushwalkers have made it known to me that they would appreciate, a space in the magazine where ideas and hint's could be given an airing, and thus, benefit everyone. The idea is to pass on information about new gear, special recipes, for light-weight food, hints on caring for gear, such as water-proofing tents, and any other ideas which might help to "​lighten the load". Below are a few items contributed by various people. Hints will be published whenever they are received, and every month if possible. Should you have any ideas I would be pleased to hear from you. Ed. A number of Bushwalkers have made it known to me that they would appreciate, a space in the magazine where ideas and hint's could be given an airing, and thus, benefit everyone. The idea is to pass on information about new gear, special recipes, for light-weight food, hints on caring for gear, such as water-proofing tents, and any other ideas which might help to "​lighten the load". Below are a few items contributed by various people. Hints will be published whenever they are received, and every month if possible. Should you have any ideas I would be pleased to hear from you. Ed.
  
-__TO LIGHTEN THE LOAD.__+__TO LIGHTEN THE LOAD.__\\ 
 Is yours a pack laden with heavy tinned food? Is yours the heavy load? Perhaps you may prefer to endure those million little gremlins pulling on your pack for the sake of easy comfort at the other end. For those of us who wish to lighten the load there are surely many who can offer suggestions and advice; hints they have picked up along the way or just some idea of their own; a favourite recipe or simply any suggestion to make the going easier. Is yours a pack laden with heavy tinned food? Is yours the heavy load? Perhaps you may prefer to endure those million little gremlins pulling on your pack for the sake of easy comfort at the other end. For those of us who wish to lighten the load there are surely many who can offer suggestions and advice; hints they have picked up along the way or just some idea of their own; a favourite recipe or simply any suggestion to make the going easier.
  
-Here is a simple recipe for rice pudding:+Here is a simple recipe for rice pudding:\\ 
 Into a plastic bag put, for two people, ½ cup rice, 1 heaped tablespoon sugar, 1 tablespoon coconut, 1 tablespoon raisins, prunes or any dried fruit, and a pinch of salt. Then preparing simply put dry ingredients into billy can and add about 1 ½ cups water, stir, and cook over fire for ½ an hour, stirring occasionally. Into a plastic bag put, for two people, ½ cup rice, 1 heaped tablespoon sugar, 1 tablespoon coconut, 1 tablespoon raisins, prunes or any dried fruit, and a pinch of salt. Then preparing simply put dry ingredients into billy can and add about 1 ½ cups water, stir, and cook over fire for ½ an hour, stirring occasionally.
  
-Condensed milk, added to rice that has been cooked with a few raisins, is simple and quite tasty also.+Condensed milk, added to rice that has been cooked with a few raisins, is simple and quite tasty also.\\ 
 For breakfast, sausage mince patties rolled in corn flake crumbs, flattened and wrapped in Alfoil, packs easily, and cooks in coals at the edge of the fire. For breakfast, sausage mince patties rolled in corn flake crumbs, flattened and wrapped in Alfoil, packs easily, and cooks in coals at the edge of the fire.
  
 Girls, a simple freshener for those hot walks - a couple of cotton balls soaked in skin freshener, and carried in a small aluminium container or plastic bag. Girls, a simple freshener for those hot walks - a couple of cotton balls soaked in skin freshener, and carried in a small aluminium container or plastic bag.
  
-__NEW EQUIPMENT__+__NEW EQUIPMENT__\\ 
 A member of the Sydney University Bushwalking Club, Miss K. Webb, recently tested a new ultra-light outdoor activity blanket in New Zealand. The material is waterproof aluminised plastic, reinforced with fibreglass strands. It reflects 80% of the wearer'​s body heat. The 84” by 56” blanket folds to 8” by 5” and weighs 11 ounce. I think that this is one new product that Bushwalkers are going to hear a lot more about. A member of the Sydney University Bushwalking Club, Miss K. Webb, recently tested a new ultra-light outdoor activity blanket in New Zealand. The material is waterproof aluminised plastic, reinforced with fibreglass strands. It reflects 80% of the wearer'​s body heat. The 84” by 56” blanket folds to 8” by 5” and weighs 11 ounce. I think that this is one new product that Bushwalkers are going to hear a lot more about.
  
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 The other social evening in June was the Museum Night. This was somewhat of an experiment, which worked. Fifty-seven Bushwalkers invaded the Museum after normal trading hours, and were treated to an enjoyable evening, concluded with supper in-the rooftop restaurant. The best received feature of the evening was the excellent film on the "Birth of the Red Kangaroo"​. The other social evening in June was the Museum Night. This was somewhat of an experiment, which worked. Fifty-seven Bushwalkers invaded the Museum after normal trading hours, and were treated to an enjoyable evening, concluded with supper in-the rooftop restaurant. The best received feature of the evening was the excellent film on the "Birth of the Red Kangaroo"​.
  
-**__COMING SOCIAL EVENTS__** +**__COMING SOCIAL EVENTS__**\\  
-**__19th. July__**+**__19th. July__**\\ 
 "The Upper Chimbu Valley - New Guinea"​. A talk with slides presented by Margaret Vazey. "The Upper Chimbu Valley - New Guinea"​. A talk with slides presented by Margaret Vazey.
  
-**__26th. July__**+**__26th. July__**\\ 
 "Club Debate"​. It is a long time since the Club has had a debate. Debaters will be divided into two teams of three persons each and each speaker will be given three minutes in which to air his or her views on the particular subject. There will be three subjects for discussion. They are: "Club Debate"​. It is a long time since the Club has had a debate. Debaters will be divided into two teams of three persons each and each speaker will be given three minutes in which to air his or her views on the particular subject. There will be three subjects for discussion. They are:
  
-1. That small cooking fires are preferable to large communal cooking fires. +1. That small cooking fires are preferable to large communal cooking fires.\\  
-2. That H-frame packs are superior to A-frame packs.+2. That H-frame packs are superior to A-frame packs.\\ 
 3. That Instructional Walks are not necessary. 3. That Instructional Walks are not necessary.
  
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 **ADVICE FOR THE LOVELORN AND FASCINATING TITBITS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WISDOM** **ADVICE FOR THE LOVELORN AND FASCINATING TITBITS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WISDOM**
  
-Aunty Muriel received three letters from worried souls during the month, but after consultation with the Editor, it was decided that the letters should not be published until next month. Aunty Muriel feels that serious problems require a lot of thought so that a just solution can be found. So we hope you can struggle along until next month without too much heartache. In the meantime, anyhow Aunty Muriel offers some interim advice. ​+Aunty Muriel received three letters from worried souls during the month, but after consultation with the Editor, it was decided that the letters should not be published until next month. Aunty Muriel feels that serious problems require a lot of thought so that a just solution can be found. So we hope you can struggle along until next month without too much heartache. In the meantime, anyhow Aunty Muriel offers some interim advice. 
 To Unhappy R_ _ _ of Kempsey, don't let your de facto know about things just for the moment, and keep out of the way of Daisy and Mabel. And if your wife starts asking questions, play it smart by acting dumb.  To Unhappy R_ _ _ of Kempsey, don't let your de facto know about things just for the moment, and keep out of the way of Daisy and Mabel. And if your wife starts asking questions, play it smart by acting dumb. 
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 To Innocent Irma, if you entertain any of Ron's friends during the next month, it might be best to lock the bedroom door, then you'll have a chance to hide whoever it is before letting Ron in. To Innocent Irma, if you entertain any of Ron's friends during the next month, it might be best to lock the bedroom door, then you'll have a chance to hide whoever it is before letting Ron in.
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 To Worried Fanny, there is a very simple solution to your problem, which Aunty Muriel will disclose to you next month. In the meantime, why don't the four of you go gogo dancing together. To Worried Fanny, there is a very simple solution to your problem, which Aunty Muriel will disclose to you next month. In the meantime, why don't the four of you go gogo dancing together.
  
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-====== A POTTED HISTORY OF THE NORTH ERA TRUST FUND ======+====== A potted history of the North Era Trust Fund======
 A precis of an article which appeared in The Sydney Bushwalker, July, 1947 A precis of an article which appeared in The Sydney Bushwalker, July, 1947
  
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-**__STONY RANGE WILDFLOWER RESERVE, DEE WHY__**+**__STONY RANGE WILDFLOWER RESERVE, DEE WHY__**\\ 
 Saturday, September 9th has been set aside for Sydney Bushwalkers to take a picnic lunch to the above reserve. It is hoped that many will attend, as they have done in the last two Springs, and make this event a minor reunion. Anyone interested could contact Kath McKay 78-7455. Saturday, September 9th has been set aside for Sydney Bushwalkers to take a picnic lunch to the above reserve. It is hoped that many will attend, as they have done in the last two Springs, and make this event a minor reunion. Anyone interested could contact Kath McKay 78-7455.
  
-**__CHANGE OF ROUTE SUNDAY WALK__**+**__CHANGE OF ROUTE SUNDAY WALK__**\\ 
 David Ingram'​s Sunday walk programmed for 13th. August will not now be going via Bobbin Head and. Mt. Kuringai, but instead will go Chatswood bus to Terry Hills - Ryland trig. - Cowan Creek - The Sphinx - Wahroonga. The standard of the walk will be the same. The reason for the change is that David feels it is too close to Geoff wood's walk which followed the same route. Train tickets are needed only to Wahroonga return. David Ingram'​s Sunday walk programmed for 13th. August will not now be going via Bobbin Head and. Mt. Kuringai, but instead will go Chatswood bus to Terry Hills - Ryland trig. - Cowan Creek - The Sphinx - Wahroonga. The standard of the walk will be the same. The reason for the change is that David feels it is too close to Geoff wood's walk which followed the same route. Train tickets are needed only to Wahroonga return.
  
-**__LOST__**+**__LOST__**\\ 
 No, not 36 chooks in Pitt Street by University student, but one jigsaw puzzle by Owen Marks. Loaned to someone, but can't remember who. Has great sentimental value to owner. No, not 36 chooks in Pitt Street by University student, but one jigsaw puzzle by Owen Marks. Loaned to someone, but can't remember who. Has great sentimental value to owner.
  
-**__SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL__**+**__SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL__**\\ 
 Could those persons who indicated to Katie Stoddart that they would be joining the theatre party to see "​School for Scandal"​ at the Old Tote, please pay their money to Katie as soon as possible so that the tickets can be purchased. Could those persons who indicated to Katie Stoddart that they would be joining the theatre party to see "​School for Scandal"​ at the Old Tote, please pay their money to Katie as soon as possible so that the tickets can be purchased.
  
-**__START THINKING NOW (please)__**+**__START THINKING NOW (please)__**\\ 
 It is almost certain that there will be a special 40th Anniversary issue of the magazine in October, consisting of 40 pages (one for each year - if the budget can stand it). It takes a lot of copy to fill forty pages, so could you put on the thinking cap and you may come up with something. You need not necessarily have to write, but ideas are always welcome. Do you have any old newspaper clippings which may have some relevance to the history of the Club? This is the sort of thing that is needed. An old Walks programme, or a clipping can have a lot to say. Please forward any ideas to the editor, whose address appears on the front page of this Magazine. It is almost certain that there will be a special 40th Anniversary issue of the magazine in October, consisting of 40 pages (one for each year - if the budget can stand it). It takes a lot of copy to fill forty pages, so could you put on the thinking cap and you may come up with something. You need not necessarily have to write, but ideas are always welcome. Do you have any old newspaper clippings which may have some relevance to the history of the Club? This is the sort of thing that is needed. An old Walks programme, or a clipping can have a lot to say. Please forward any ideas to the editor, whose address appears on the front page of this Magazine.
  
-**THANKS…**, ​+**THANKS…**, ​\\ 
 To the contributors :  To the contributors : 
 THIS MONTH: THIS MONTH:
-Jim Brown  +  * Jim Brown  
-Don Finch  +  ​* ​Don Finch  
-Owen Marks +  ​* ​Owen Marks 
-Dot Butler  +  ​* ​Dot Butler  
-Kath McKay  +  ​* ​Kath McKay  
-David Ingram  +  ​* ​David Ingram  
-Ivy Painter +  ​* ​Ivy Painter 
-Neville Page  +  ​* ​Neville Page  
-Observer+  ​* ​Observer
  
-**__NEXT MONTH__**  +**__NEXT MONTH__** ​\\  
-Aunty Muriel ​+Aunty Muriel ​\\ 
 Plus, YOU, maybe? Plus, YOU, maybe?
  
-**__IS IT REALLY TRUE?__**+**__IS IT REALLY TRUE?__**\\ 
 As promised, we have the answer for you, but you will have to read next month'​s magazine to find out, because there is no room left on this page to tell you. P.S. It wasn't Muriel As promised, we have the answer for you, but you will have to read next month'​s magazine to find out, because there is no room left on this page to tell you. P.S. It wasn't Muriel
  
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 **PRESS: SPECIAL MESSAGE - STOP PRESS: SPECIAL MESSAGE - STOP PRESS: SPECIAL MESSAGE- STOP PRESS** **PRESS: SPECIAL MESSAGE - STOP PRESS: SPECIAL MESSAGE - STOP PRESS: SPECIAL MESSAGE- STOP PRESS**
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-**CONGRATULATIONS**+**CONGRATULATIONS**\\ 
 TO HEATHER JOYCE AND JOHN WHITE ON THEIR RECENT MARRIAGE TO HEATHER JOYCE AND JOHN WHITE ON THEIR RECENT MARRIAGE
  
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 ====== Back Page No. 2====== ====== Back Page No. 2======
-**__CHANGE OF DATE__** ​+**__CHANGE OF DATE__** ​\\ 
 Katie Stoddart wishes to advise that her Newnes trip, shown on the Walks Programme for 28th, 29th, 30th, July, has been postponed until 11th, 12th, 13th, August. The trip will include an inspection of the disused railway tunnel which houses the famous Newnes Glowworms. Ample time will also be allowed for exploration of the old mines and shale Oil works. Katie Stoddart wishes to advise that her Newnes trip, shown on the Walks Programme for 28th, 29th, 30th, July, has been postponed until 11th, 12th, 13th, August. The trip will include an inspection of the disused railway tunnel which houses the famous Newnes Glowworms. Ample time will also be allowed for exploration of the old mines and shale Oil works.
  
-**__LAST MINUTE NEWS__** ​+**__LAST MINUTE NEWS__** ​\\ 
 The Editor would like it to be known that in future, any last minute news items should be submitted at least one week before the publication date. Otherwise the shock next time may be too great for him. The Editor would like it to be known that in future, any last minute news items should be submitted at least one week before the publication date. Otherwise the shock next time may be too great for him.
  
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 S.B.W. has had numerous marriages of members, but the latest White/Joyce marriage creates a new record in that this is the first time one Past President has married another. S.B.W. has had numerous marriages of members, but the latest White/Joyce marriage creates a new record in that this is the first time one Past President has married another.
  
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