The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia on January 28, 1969 · Page 24
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia · Page 24

Publication:
Location:
Sydney, New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia
Issue Date:
Tuesday, January 28, 1969
Page:
Page 24
Start Free Trial
Cancel

1 w w wwyt , iaj,ip,iaajiiajiiya, 16 The Sydney Morning fferaH, Tum., Jn, 28, 1969 Sport details I fffHS) KSfi&Tl TODAY'SLAWIJST GREYnoUISDS Gessnock rHAV.K . ?TAK. BLUE H9s.a iMi 1 ,mM"nt Toby . ? jt Aumturnri Rustle 1 lut Criaoe. d-4. Ton out 0) ..iS1.1.1! .TK SWANKV ' . . 1 Red Touch tv?' EDony A I .pex 4 : fiwrt 1 letl, ouch S-4. 4.91. 1 fa 11 3 nnnfhu t ic ii 1. Dim Win $9.50 place S2.60 ROSEHILL WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY ROUSI HILL HCP Si"l S. (Two-Yeer-Old Fillies) t lb st lb 3 Gargantuan . . 7 12 Dream Run . . Qbafla . , Gaelic Spirit Special Girl . - Queen C 9 .i 'lying Lege id vmcvri Baeraml . a any ion . Snuff Box , . . Celine . . . . Taiman Piter Sarvdon Satin !10 ? Gramore Mareega . . joy a m Delohle ope uostv K040 . Coloured , , . . Ylndee Kallatlna ... Lynalga , , , , Golden Jade So Charming Pfarnful t mine reari CLENHAVIN (Two-year-old Coita Marchmont Heroic Knlsh S 11 , Great World . 8 8 aroney noea 0 1 Bivleca .... 8 1 Royal Award . 8 0 Super Charger 8 0 Forward Pas .7 13 Brazil 7 13 Sunny Plntubl 7 12 Sir Francis . 7 12 Torbunda ... 7 12 Glen Beau Quean's . Counsel . Bold Warrior . Wlnttme ... Catam aster . ' General . , Delrlado . . NotOrlatv - . raaay s pay . 7 iz Cavalier .... 7 12 new Torn Illuminate t-anopus 1 Starmont . . Cherson 1 The Phantom Coastal Command tnanengi inge Gaui Iron ... PARK LI A GRADUATION STAKES 71 (Maiden, Novice, Encourage end Trial Classes, Three-Year-Olds) Crwrviegs ... 8 10 Spring Chimes 8 i'l'i" 4iiw o iu strong nyer Chrlson 8 10 Tasrana ... El Fuego .... 8 10 fereshkova . Aropa Queen . 8 Vletorv Chlmn II Sueno Relna viva viva . . London Wink . Infinity Lowland SkV . L" Affaire . . . Persian Scholar . . . . Stevette .... 8 Terbanella .. 8 Te Kura 8 dPn c.'. la The Groove 8 Glen Roto ... 8 Supreme Prince 8 .Cast Iron ... 8 Our Slacker . . 8 The Promenade 7 1 Fable Star ..71 steven s Girt Great Feast . Noble Chorus ueicai . The Rika 8 Suaar Loaf Copperneid Roman Rullah 8 Cadeau .... 8 GLENORIE GRADUATION STAKES. 101. (Maiden, Novice Encourage and Trial Classes) 9 0 Colargos . . . . 9 0 Meadow Fox . 8 10 Cast Iron . .. 8 10 Indian Bronze 8 10 Baroque . . . . 8 10 Crampon . , . . 8 10 Alclnoor . . . . 8 10 Mr Soho Oolrte Scorpio Bay . Sky Ahoy . Le Saunler Tulitar Ml kails Blmlll - a iu Tancuia Graham's Partv S 10 rrrnce rosier Dark Realm . Alvlxon Katherlne of Arraaon Merry Princess 8 9 Fashion Time 8 5 Bright Future 8 5 Scotch Honey 8 s Subadah .... a 5 Desert Chime 8 5 Reglna Brae Persian Scholar 7 12 Maytond CASTLE HILL PLYING HCP Bff 9 12 Calmness McCllntock Karachl . VirMti Royal A Count 7 Winged Beauty 7 Kobody .... 7 lltaaa .... 7 BAULKHAM HILLS HCP 10f Bluetough - Domino King Court Prince Oromedes . Auto Fllou Pirate Bird . El Gordo .. 9 0 Silent Review 8 1 B 1 8 11 Prince judea .8 10 Loom Boy . 8 10 Ballad 8 8 Blue Plume G ALSTON WELTER Great Exploits 10 Rumor 010 .. 10 5 Darrtana . . S Adamunda . 3 Persian Arrow JJi ? Gold Paint fcTSff V.11J il c0ff KR'S?.m USSOh V! Hi ffoabodyBor.d.e.r Oromedes 9 9 Delrepar ... Auto Fllou . 9 8 Bias Bay . . . Royal Account 9 7 Rainbow King IP IE THE BEATLES John Lennon's break-out: I'm not MAN-WOMAN LOVE FANTASY CLINIC SHOULD THE POPE RETIRE? U.S. report Your Life's Lucky Numbers for 1969 mKammmmammmmmmBmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmMamMmmtmMmmmmmmam Omar Sharif seeks a wife again! ssssssssssssssssssssssssssss I the swinging magazine fav; Anoinv ft LUCKY ALLAN DA LI DOG TROPHY, SON B (2.1) pacific Ban (4-i) i African Bjlltt 1 (72) 3. Dlvs. Win SI. 80 place $1.10 1140. 2't len 1 , len. 26.3s (course rtc). Sen BI9 Doninn vvnicn AUiumn. WOLLOMBI STAKE. SUMMER PLACE (auftn. Bronco Lad 6 (10-1) 2 Suite Votlt 2 (61) 3. Dlvs: Win $1.20 glace uc ).4CU. '1 lan 4 1 26. 7. Fav Summtr Place evin. 7 CANES TROPHY. CHARIOT CHIPS 8 (6-4 on) Sue's Special 7 (7.1) 2 Mvee Miss ?(33-f) 3. Dlvsi Win 80c place Oc 90c $2. 2 len 1 len. 36.7s. Favi Ch?rtot Chips 6-4 on. 8 NEATH STAKE. WESTS B (5.2) 1 SllkV Charm 1 (5-2) 2 raklrls Lass 7 lls-l) 3. cm 11 win place ji.ig soc si.ao Wests and Silky Charm iq -2 . . 7 i4t Kaaiant (oia Lata . T 15 Rahir. 1 viraciout . ... 7 12 Exact Miss II 7 let Lowland Stream 7 12 Grammar Last 1 iu snaren Prldi 7 1 Ing . 7 1 Corney Chime Barbara's Fury ' si lrv ' Dxrli- ' runny race Claron Lass HCP 6f and Geldings) 6 1 Test. Pilot Lowland Prince . . Putty Road . Maltland Mountain Prince Emperor's Hilt Plavastor . . . Swift Road . Royal Paint . 7 iz .. 7 12 Trackman . 5 Light Una 7 0 Babylon ' Prince 7 9 Prince Gaul 8 Stirling Way Passenger . . 8Make-A-Bid La Gagnant 0 Curtta .... fi Tiger Rag ... 8 Fonda Dusky Anna Tres Petite 0 Mlnnelll - Fy(e .... sari 12 Filrset . . . . 7 7 J September Girl 7 7 12 nesai wnisper 7 1 1? Imnrlal Onari 7 1 u utty wueii , 7 12 Cotton Belle 7 7 ? ? N.E. N.E Going High .. 7 12 Lady Boleyi Son Of Saints . 7 12 Lease King My Buddy .. 7 12 Pax Nonl . ooieyn Yeoman Service 7 12 Fable Star 7 12 7 12 ?li ??i ?H 7 12 7 12 77?i 7N.E? Scr. Golden Bale , Steven's Gift . Once Again . . Spin Out .... Caught Up . . . Vienna Charm Cralgte Lea . . Wyndoptlc ... Envisage .... Gracchus Grenade (NZ) Gav Quest Smokey Touch .... 8 0 Surre Queen 7 13 My Empire f 1 uominion . 7 7 Gallant Music Medieval Maestro oe s f lei lelrepar 8 7 Bannock Oolite '2 Smokey Touch 7 Lease King . 7 Grenoble Boy 6 Anygold ... HANDICAP 7'at 9 2 Spanish Opera 9 1 Klltaza t4t? Royal Spartan . 33 Uter On ... g 12 Gay Teddy . 81 5 Jasper Park . lord Dickens 8 8 Skymaster .. 8 6 Miss Pola . . 8 4 Sumgent (NZ) a freak iff mJi f S GO I 1 Llka LlflV 3 12.1 1 2 Steven's Sun I (7-2) 3. Dlvsi Win $1.20 place 70c BOc. 1 len i'i len. 27.1s. Sen Kibble Kid. Gem's Gold. Gilbert Lodgt. Cvclone Kid. r.n r.n In 1.1 10 WOLLOMBI ' STAKE. ANMALIuHT 1 (2-1 Ofl) 1 Dan 0 7 (10-1) laea ft Of SI. 70 4 len 1 len. 36.6s cri King Crome (reel Charming ravi Armangnt GOLF At Pebble Beach, California 210: D Douglass 71 69 70. 211: H Johm Archer ' l OB 72. 213: J L0t 71 75 67. 214: J McGoe 70 72 72 Ottln9;Ti- H r r mrrsnlnr. I A ... Cramp ton (Aust) Z? 78 71 Charles (NZ) 70 74 76. 222i 8 Devlin (Autt) 69 75 Falari to aualllw nn. D ci... ton (Ault) 71 81 74. C'SHIPS at Wollangene- 136 W 139t G Bell (Youna) 71 68. 140: N Wade (SMnktnuni 7n Tn n uuugmin Tounj) DO I. HJI K PPW (Wollongong) 74 69. 144t K McKay (WolTongong) 72 72 O Bromley (Bonnie Doon) 71 73 K Hovt (Wollongong) 68 76 D Turner (Australian) 74 70. 145i M Geraghty (Wollongong) 72 73. ioi n evens twoiiongong) 71 75. 147: R Lamnnri iMnwn 71 n Pearce (Wollongong) 73 74 S Brown (Wollongong) 73 74 W Beailev (Wollongong) 70 77. MEMBERS ASHLAR nnn lnl K.IL D Lawrence (S)-W Boundy (11) 47. n, Mjpin siroxei Scr: , AVON DALE, Par A: R Hale (7) 1 up. B: A Allum (Concord 17) 1 up. AUSTRALIAN Medal TR hnl. stroke: K Foreman (13) 135. oMLuunLn. inviiaiion mea-lev: J Day (20) R Empsall (15) 8 up. DANK5iovvN.-i-Mixed: M Ryan lorth Rvda 9).Mn rn.rH.I. nai 46. Members: R Coverdale (16).M Thoms-C Thorns 41. BAYVIEW Open: T Fletcher (2.1) 41. B: P Echarrl (16) 40 on c.b. BEVFRLBV lARIf Stahlforrt- f Bowler (14) 43. Mixed: (14)-Mrs R Teeee (14) i : Bowler icece (14) 48. BEXLSV. Oni.fi- R M,., tint V A: F Oxford (8) 38. B; 8 Parkee (15) 40. C: I Roberts (17)1 .0MD,,T"..0n mld: J Dldben (15)-Mrs C Morgan (23) 11 up A Burn I e flfil-S Burnla iJti o on c.b. Scr: 0 Bartlett-H Bartlett S W-!!,,0! c-b. Mtmbers: B Stod-dart (20) 5 up. . ,BOtiN.!S. 00ON invitation four tralian) V S?".".? &L AuV Goldfinch (11).J Elliott (20) 7 up! rAr:i.JiDrDWJl v' 5 "P- Members : 1 1 -hole: D Patterson (11) 25 1 on c.b. bui ant. Par: D Holness (13) (!&BRAMATTA..nn.ii ball: J Stalker (S) J Conway (Rvde rarrai iiuj . TfOpny: J Cody 45 on cb. Scr: M Taylor M Daniels fAMMFDAV c,vi.iA.d. n: Hutchison (18) 38. Assoc: Mrs nayes iiu 3Z. CARNARVON Omh k.n. Pt Kann (7)-S Fowler (12) 48 on cb. Scr: S Brltton-R HaKacree 40. Stableford. A: J Rldd Jun (Cum berland 6) 43. B: G Harding (14) 42. C: W Bennett (17) 40. CASTLECOVE Oon- P Inhn. ston (14) 40 On cb. (.AsiLE nikL open four ball: R Mathews (12)-E Firth (B) 46. Scr: B Paul-A Horton 38. CROMER. Individual: C Neil-son 39. ,JCRCiNULtA,'-7PM,: C Saunders Woy Woy 11) 44. CUMBERLAND. Anii mlv.rf. D Angus (2)Mn P Collins (Marrlck-vlll 17) 45. Single: H Farrell (16) 42. DUNHEVED. Invitation Medlev: R Innes-Kerr (18) Mrs Orr (3G) 49. Individual: M Codner (10) 38. Nearest pin: M Codner. EASTLAKE. Par: R Weston (Forbes 12) 2 up. f Dicfcings (Eastlake 10) 6 up. Australia Day Cup: I Pickings (10) 6 up. EAST HILLS. Stableford: J Parnham (5) 41. el anoka -Aggregate: p sttr- n (13)-J Dight (7) 70. FOX HILLS. Onen mixed? Di Mathleson (16) Mrs N Windle (18) 52. Trophy: E Reus (14) Mrs t uonoanue izai an. scr: k Scheller Miss Jan Workman 38. Memoers staoierora: u Aaams (14) 39. GORDON. Stableford: B Lav. elle (8) 37. KILLARA. Club Invitation four ball member end visitor trophy: t nci 1 1 (10J-K i nomas as. Mmhpi! I Kilmin (51 1 Schro der (8) 44 on cb. Scr: J Kelman- senrooer an. KOGARAH Stableford: . R Christiansen (New Brighton 14) 42. Club event: K Roberts (14) i. noie-in-one: k rayne i uiti VVhlteC Cro nulla) 17th. LANE COVE. open medlev: J Leonard 4Tweed Heach 17). 47 G Leonara t iweea neaas to) Nine holes: Mrs K Sheehan (26) 24 Mrs H Bracher (27) 20. LIVERPOOL. Mixed: A Payne; (141-Mn Pavne (17) 49. Mem bers: W Taylor (18) -A Mitchell (TOJ 47. LONO ft EE P. Stableford t iordon (14) 42. Nearest pint innear. MANLY. Four ball medley wr aria rvin Lime o mrs hi bii-S McKee 45 on c.b. MARRIChtVILLC. flaan nan Murphy (16) 4 up. Scr; I Barnes a oown. MASSBV PARK. Pour hath O'Nell (9) W Lee (20) 11 up on c b MONASH. Medlev: M O'Reilly huj-mts itn tuery ito) 7. in. dividual: L Roads (5) 42 on c.b. MONA VALB. Invitation foui ball: M Crudan (20)G Sneesbv liuj nt on c.d. MOORE PARK- Stableford: McMlchan (11) 40. Troohv: Jones (B) 39. Holeln-orte: jonei jro. MUIRFIILO Onen madlev holes: F Parsons (20) 50. Neareai Din: P Oitenleld. NEW BRIGHTON. Onen mlaed: A Rvdlng (14)-Mrs Rydlng (27) 47. scr: a eevei'Mrs Miap ley 35. Open four ball: C Brooki Cunlifte UP. N.S.W.-Cov Shield SB.holi stroke: S Srumar (23) 130. Scr: r neira iaj j jerrrics isj. NORTHBRIDGE. Medley: Snaddon (11)7 up. OATLANDS. Invitation: Moorman (9) 42. Trophy; Sullivan (Eat Hills 1 H-Mn Sullivan (East Hills 23) 45 on cb J Thompson (10)-Mrs J Arantt Mas: r macKey Mrs Jones. PARKLEA. Invitation: A Rob' ertton (13) 41, Visitors: L Portei lAsniar zoj 4s. PARR AM ATT A. 4)nn mad I w J Fowler (Murriirundi 1 Qt 4fi. .PENNANT HILLS. Stableford (uoit in Australia cup) R o suttor (.14) 41. Trophy: A Tarn (5) 40, atr: t ureinim j, RANDWICK. Canadian four some: J Pectlnga-B Turner (15) 49. u M LIOVO ZO) E Alley (9) 46. ROYAL SVDNEV. Four hall Opie (8)-C Relllv (11) 44 on cb. RYDE . PARRAMATTA. In viiauon: vj namen () jy. STRATH FIELD. Stableford: Coates (20) 40. Four ball: Thorns (10)-J Short (13) ' Mixed: s Henderson 14)-Mrs Henderson (11) 44. WARRING AH. Ooen Garnham trophy: O Perrn (14) 40. A: L Harrison (5) 39. 8: D Perrln (14) y. j: m rir.iay n i so. Assoc, Mrs B Donnelly M7) 35. WENTWORTH VALL1. . Anon caiun iropny: r nuie 40 on CO, ID Scr: F Rule 35 on cb. Open mixed Dash. Crr T Parkinson-Mrs P Barham, iour nan: o uamo n Drereion. scr: R Pike W Kellv. WOOLLAKRA. Mixed four can: s wailison (M) Miss McDerrrtott (34) 48. rruuLuvyAKe. siaDieiora: Cato (14) 41. ASSOCIATES BANKSTOWN. Rniir kill- Mr. M Coverdale (18) Mrs Ryan , BEVERLEY PARK. Stableford Mrs E Irvine (12) 37 an eh. bonnie doon. 11. hole: Mrs Smith (24) 26. rASTLErnvr nun. ui. u nenacrsan (toi 3a, CROMER, Stableford: Mrs Morris 34. CRONULLA. Open stableford: Mrs M Naoier (17) 32. EAST MILLS. Ctahlaf !. Sin KOGARAH. Stableford: Mrs Claxton (23) 38. Club event: Mrs inswonn f a, PARKLEA. I nulf at Inn; Mr Best (19) 37. Visitors: Mrs icnino iMiiirneid) 123) 31. RYOE-PARRAMATTA Invlta. tlon: Mrs P Webber (11) 3D. trDOLOWAREi Stableford: Mrs COUNTRY C'SHIPS. . At Griffith 1 nOm harlriti-Aka Man. Moore (Singi) im 16.2s 1 R Ash ton (Grift) 2 M I oh (GrlH) 3 Women: D Bitmead (Broken H) 1m tco.js i m rviaioy (Matt) Hutching (Peak H) 3. Under Boys: P Ryan (Telopea) Im 27. 9s ireo i k Martin (Moree) 2 Hughes (Cconamble) 3. Girls: Nlelson (Malt) 1m 31.4s 1 Stove (Peak H) 2 O Tate (Gost) (Gosf) 1m 4.4s (rec) 1 G Phipps (Parke) 2 R Coorier (Broken Hi X Women: H Pannowlti (Gosf) 1m to. as (.rec; l u Havoon (Mltta) a H Rae (Thlrr) 3. Under 10 Boys: u nuonet iLonnamntei l m jh.n i ret j i r tturxe (UOUIDJ i Hawes (Kempsey) 3. Girls: Stove (Peak H) Im 30.9s (rec) i Bridge (Shell Harb Indoor) Tate (Gosf) 3. 100m brcaststroVe Under 12' Boys: L Vlckery (Malt) 1m 31SjrA K Walker (L-awson) 2 N DowsTfT (junneoah) 3. Girls: K OXOnnel-(Leeton) Im 30.7s (rec) 1 J South tiYiorccj z w nariin irvioree) i. 200m medlev Under 14 Boys: J Ranken (Gost) 2m 34.6s (equa recj 1 o newpori 1 1 eiopeai i l Hayman (Gosl) 3. Girls: V White Church IWm Waal 3m AO ft. 1 B Vlckery (Malt) 2 N Maloy (Malt) Orren (Gost) 1m 5.9s 2 B Newport iciopeai J. junior women: Deaket (Gosf) 1m 16 St (rec) 1 Spinks (Gosf) 2 G Haydon (Mltta) 100m butterfly Under 12 1 5c Boysi O Vensrdos (Gunnedeh ' IS. fa 1. a Edward (Laatont 9 PassfTeld (Malt) 3. GlrTt: L Scolt (Kempsey) im 22.8 1 K llgrlm MH) 2 K Allen TMalt) 3. 100m Freestyle Men: G Phipps (Park.es) 56. 9s (rec) 1 J O'Oonnell (park til 2 v LMflfrwoon u Leag) 3. Women; KemMa) 1m 6.4 (Caii) i D Pan (Tam) 3. 40 bra Inter. district madlev relay Men: Northern Districts (4m .jo. 2) i rar western i Kivertna a. Women; Northern Districts (5m 9.6s) 1 South Coast 2 Riverine 3. Divine Men; G Robertson (Grafton) 362.40 Pts 1 P Sevlch (.Malt) 2 S Stronach (Cent Newc) 3. Women: J Buxton (Cent Newc) ,3411.70 i, SIRFIING FRESHWATER CARNIVAL Senior R and Ri Dee Why (5. 70) 1 Bondl (A. 20) 2 North Crenulla (6.58) 3.. Opart surf! 8 Rodgers IM bra) 1 J Bennett (Coll) 2 A Burns (Clov) 3. March past: Collaroy (3.5) 1 Coogeee (8 5) 2 South Curl Curl (9 5) 3. Novice lurtt M O'Neill (Coll) 1 $ McOrrie (M'bra) 2 G Meakln (Fresh) 3. Brace relay (senior and Junior swimmer): G Rogers-R Rogers (Clov) 1 G EIIIOtt-K Neilson (Cron) 2 J Koorey-D Pierce (Manly) 3 Single skli P Coles (N Bon) 1 J Dawson (Woon) 2 R Sumner (S Curl Curl) 3. Double skit P Coles-D McGuIre (N Bon) 1 R Trouvllle-G Johnston (M'bra) 2 B $tuart-D Green (S M'bra) 3. Long board) D Huesiner (M'bra) 1 A Menzles (Bronte) 2 D Andrews (Dee Why) 3. Mallbu board) O Huessner (M'bra) 1 D Andrews (Dee Why) Mennes mronie; a. oeacn Baaeh ralavi Manlv 1 North Cronuila 2 Collarov 3. Marathon boat! Bronte 1 Eloura 2 Freshwater 3. Senior belt: L Emery (Bon) 1 C Clavton (m W 'aorta) 2 G Elliott (Cron) 3. junior k ana hi rresnwaier (7.44) 1 North Cronuila (8.40) 2 Collaroy (11.06) 3. junior surf: K Neilson (Cron) 1 A Shaw (N Bon) 2 G Dews (Wanda) 3. Junior beach sprint: T Geddes (Nth Narra) 1 c Anderson ( curl curl) 2 a Pierce (htanlv) 3. Junior relavi QueenscllfV 1 Bronte 2 Sth Curl Curl 3. Cadet surfi I Cohen (Cron) r warren kt -uri tun; . a Kerr (Wanda) 3. Cadet beach sprinti G Anderson (Wanda) 1 B Stanley (N Cron) 2 G Field (Narra) 3. Cadet relay: Narrabeen 1 Wanda 2 Nth Cronuila 3. Bantar A boat: Banrlt 1 North Steyne 2 Bllgola 3. Senior 9 and C boati Maroubra 1 Freshwater 2 eiouera j. Junior boatt Wanda 1 Newoort 2 Queenscllfl 3. CLUB EVENTS ELOUERA. Australia Day surf race: R Walker 1 R Matlev 2 D Van Dyk 3. Cadet surf: S Element 1 K Marshall 2 T Gibson 3. Mallbu board: P Rowlings 1 P Mansfield 2 G Van Dvk 3. mona VALE. Senior surf div T Wllsan 1 B Hutchinson 2 D Gosden 3. B: M Walker 1 W uiDSon a p verco a. YACHTING 30 C'SHIP en tha Harbour Ua T- Plamlnan tC. TwlhltM Faoel Grlo (A Paton) 2 Skve (G Girdls) 3 Teal (G Lee) Classic (R Hutcherson) a Maroins sm is: 1m Us. Hep: Flamingo 1 Wings j Durnneimj 2 lypnoon tj King iaml 3. NORTHCOTE CUP (6 metre cnanengej on oroKtn nay Heat 2: Tnnanalonwnn IV (L Eidalle) 1 Yeoman (T Gowland) 2 Venoer tCi Howe) S. 1 m 43t: 2m ids. uurrmni winner iodbooioowbo IV. Nicholson 32 Stat C'shiB on sroKtn nay Heat a: waiKaoout 111 (j foate) 1 aenyan r osier j Rival) (F Varcae) 3 4m 35s: Irr 31s. Final points: Walkabout 44 Sounlon tC Love) 5i S?nvah II 6 P1TTWATER STAR CLASS C'shlp on Broken Bay: H4at 2. Aqulla (W Hock) 1 Scheherazade to btumoj 2 pa nan a (K uoroenj j is im s. ROYAL PRINCE ALFRED PITT- WATER DIVISION: Marathon Cruise Winners Division 1: Allegro b snepnerdsoni 1. div z: aaitasn I (H vaughan) JUNIOR IN SHOCK SURF WIN Leigh Emery a Bondi junior, caused the biggest surfing upset in years when he won the open senior belt race at Fresh' water carnival yesterday. tmery, 17, started in the race because there was no junior belt event on the program. He beat South Coast champion Chris Clayton and former State cham pion Graham Elliott with Australian surfing captain, Barry Rodgers, and former top-class, freestyle swim mer John Bennett unplaced. Kodgers won the surf and belt race double at Manly on Saturday, and Bennett has won seven out of eight belt races this season. Yesterday, they set a sizzling pace to the buoys, but young Emery pegged them back with a late swimming burst to win early. 31st SUCCESS Rodgers later beat Ben nett in the open surf race to prove the merit in Emery's swim. Brothers urcg and Ron Rodgers won the brace relay for a senior and junior surf swimmer. Olympian Phil Coles recorded a double in win ning the single ski and the double ski with fellow Olympian Dennis McGuire. Collaroy recorded one of its best wins 01 the season in the march past with a deduction of 3.5 points. This gave the club its 31st win in 32 starts. Snooker win in last frame STOKE (England). Mon day. Fred Davis qualified for the semi-final of the world professional's snooker championship by beating fellow-Briton Ray Reardon 25-24 in a long match here yesterday. The match depended on the' last of the scheduled frames. Davis began with a fluked red which lead to a break of 52 and Reardon was not able to make up the leeway. tA.A.r.-Kemeri O'Brien's run not record SAN FRANCISCO. Mon day. Australian Kerry O'Brien won the two-mile run in Sm 40.3s at the in door meeting at Seattle, Washington, on Saturday night. It was erroneously re ported that O'Brien's time was a world indoor record. (A-AJf.-ReutAr) FORCES FUND GIFTS Gifts to the Australian Forces Overseas Fund now total $86,765.08. Latest gifts include: Cranulla R.S.L. B.. S.B40. Nawcastla Rational Committee. V22.aB. Queanbeysn Regional Committee. wooiwortns no., 1200. Smlthara. Warran and .Lvant Sydney; Central Council ol Women's Auxiliaries: Lelchhardt-Lllyfield R SI. Women's Aux. and reiersnam K.s.b. women a us-. eacn iuu. Town Hall Concert, S65. Touklaw B.S.L. Woman '1 Aux.. Wool Trade R.S.L. SB.i War. nervate R.S.L. Women s Aux.: Rosevllte R.S.L. SB and D. Macansn, oeepwater, eacn nu. J, W. M. Tldex, Gordon, S40. Arncllffe R.S.L. Women's Aux, S30. Moxom and Ca.. Svrfnev Ptv. Ltd;.: K. Turrell. Brookvale: and T. FiupatriCK. Sydney, eacn 125 Kando R.S.L. Women's Aux 27. Kingsgrove r.sl. women 1 IK.: East Lakes Go I c ub. Kinos- ford: Ascham Pupils' Community Fund: Orbit Chemicals Pty. Ltd., Waterloo: Ashford R.S.L. SB: Taree R SI. SB and Taree R.S.L HUD, 10. 9Ky Lounge, syanay, Hills District R.S.L. S6, $12.10 p e Mrmnnn. uirnna Hnini, 510.50. W. Butler. Balgowlah; Erlka Manufacturing, Sydney; D. end H. E. Brell. West Ryde: Inverell Branch of tha Red Craaa: Foratt. ville R.S.L. SB Club: J. N, Aimgren Ptv. Ltd., Naremburn: Huntar'i Hill R.S.L Zin- Llaht. foot. Stanton and Han Ion. Svdnev: and Penshurst R.S.L. Women s AUX., IU. F. Salmon. Darllnghurst, S6. Australian Display Manufactur ers' Association: Balranald R.S.L. s b; Eggieton Bros. ptv. Ltd.: D. G. Peacocke. KMIara: J. Walters. Manly: Anonymous: H. G. Neil, Meicourne; M. n. cookson, Gymea Bay: Laporte Chemicals tAusiranat kiy. r. u. wn- son, Bexlev North: Ferris Bros. ptv. Ltn.. nreakva a a. a. soar. Jain, Merrylands: Lucie Claire Originals Ptv. Ltd.. Svdnev; Miss uraoys urosov, casiwooo: rarra Syndicate Ptv. Ltd.. Surrv Hills: i. A. Goodall, Pvmblc: Flavelles ental Ptv. Ltd., Svdnev; D. Saxe ano (.0., King s cross: 5. g. sav-liss. CampbeRtown: M. F. Cole, Collaroy; E. J. B. Brompton, Mos-man: P. M. Board man, Mosman; J. Wilson and Son. Parramatta; and Standard Dental Laboratory, each SS. T. Dpolen. Bronte; F. Coltls no j . n. orrini, rtorin syonev: A-Form Cantractlna Ptv. Ltd Sydney: Mr and Mrs Bowman, rcftKnurai; ana n any mom, Speciality Advertising Services. Dee Why; Alexandra Fashions. Burwood; Re E. Shannon, Jannalf; G. L. and J. P. Struben, Padstow: and S. Pacchlaratte. Cabramatta. each S3. iister neuy; k. m, Holiday. Harhord: Barnett and Hardlna cnatswood; Frank Denev. Hillsdale; w. Miner, oiacKiown: w , j, Allamble Heights: Walter Engel Ptv. Ltd., Sydney; 8. Lopresti, Lelchhardt: J- N. Leonard. Woll-stonecraft: Claire Miller Ptv. Ltd., Sydney: E- J. Schofield, Northmead; Boyce Bros. Ptv. Ltd., Rose Bay; J. E. and M. A. Bell. Caringbah; S. Arena. Manly; A. Donlkan, Sydney; and Or L. Brlener, Bondl. each A. N. Wright: and M. M. J Gudsell, Bankstown, each SI- Lost girl found in mountains MELBOURNE. Mondav. Linda Stone, 20, missing in rugged country in the Great Dividing Range since Saturday, was found safe and well this afternoon by a Forests Commission jeep driver. Linda, a fourth vcar' arts student at Melbourne University, lives with her. parents in Burwood. She became lost when she separated from a group of ousnwaiKers on Mt. Howitt in the Great Dividing Range at lunch-time on Saturdav. OUTWARD SURFACI MAILS Ad.ni P .nr. L i n .mI.i C.nad.: P and L F.h A a. Austria, Cicchoilovakla, Hungary. Italy. Lebanon: P and L Jan 26 a. nmuiurn. r .nn k rro O a. Egypt. Syria. Arab R.publlt: r ana i jan io 91. tninai p not available: L Jan 28. 9a. Europe (Including Albania, Bulgaria. Finland, Gibraltar): P and L Feo 9a. Fanning lilandl P and '.0. Fill: P and L Jan 2S Fflrmo.,! P mnM I I.. 28 9. France: P and L lan 28 10a Germany: P and L Feb 6 9a Gilbert and Elllce Island: . ""X1. K. f-0.. Greece: P and I Jan 28. 9a. Hawaii: P and L Feb Hong Kong: P and L Jan 28 9a India. Ceylon: P and L Feb .. .I-a- '"no-tnina. Vietnam south. Vietnam .North. Laos. Cambodia, Parcels (Vietnam South only): P and L Jan 31 9.. I.ra.l, a and L Jan 31 9a. Indonesia and Portuguese Timor: P and L Feb 1 9a. Japan and Korea (par. eels service not available to North Korea): p and L Jan 28 9a. Kenya, Uganda. Tanzania: P and L J"5 ? Lord Howe Island: P .12 Jfn 10- Malaysia: P p V .'"i Mauritius: rnHrd.J: e.b- 4 .? "aurui P p l.j ,,b.3 19- Cledonle: E iH ! -i"! 9a. Netherlands! b r2r .fc r .aa. New cu nea: p KS V t't I N." Hebrides, P and L Feb 6 9a New Zealand, C , LmJi" 3! 9 N"rlolk Island: by air p l I M F Do N-rwlv fi o 5wert.fi. Dr-marlt: p Fb . . . . ijn o 9s ocean P and r inn L I Feb 1 Jan 30 9 1 Jan 2 I 9a Paoua: t 9. PhlllDDines- ina L ' and Island- p and I l.o. ' Pakistan- rhalUnd: Oa S.n.n.. ..V. . J.".n r. - i. Jan South Alrlra 1Pd Southern Rho. -Ton l.i. '! A " 9- ! 1,1.. ".s J;: w' INWARD SURFACE MAILS !. V." merica. Canada: i"-1?. uSOT i!S i f. " OUTWARD OVERSEAS AIR MAILS M. Mondav; Tu. Tuesday: W. Wednesday: Th. Thursday) r F"a1.:-,S VVt"". Su-. Sunday. P a f?i i i'JI' .Austria! M to to i i-5..4'15 4. Canada! M v? rf a T?.Su r-E?0"- . Cevlon: M P V"- China: Tu Th 4.15a a i4e: ?,nm"'S: M to p 4. IS, f 4.1Sa 4p. Formosa: Tu Th f 4.15a S 4o. Fill: M to S 2o Su noon. Finland M vv $ 4n. France! M to F. 415a S 4.15a 4P- Germany nn I f-J?1, Creece: M o F 4.15a S 4.15. 4p Hawaii: M to $ Jo Su noon. Hono Kono, M to" '', 4p InHI, (O.lhl): Tu Th CI . ,t . ipomoavi- m w rn 7 U4 '"w ' Wit. '.'"a'.c S..". ""2 Ji'S.S 4.15a 4p. Japan: M Tu Jamaica, M le S Jo Su no Korea (South), Tu Th 4.15a S An Kenya and Uoanda: Tu w a i-i Th 9a i S 2p. Lebanon: M W Th ' ,S 4.15a Malaysia: M to F 4.15a S 4.15a 40. Mauritius: Th ?p S 2p. New Caledonia: M 4.15a V. I Ji l-1,5 i Nauru, X' .s ?. 2p. .Nelherlands: M ! ..4J5.S 4-15' New-Ipundlandi M to S 2p Su noon, Territory of Maw n,,,... .. Poppendetta: M Tu W 9p Th lo " ,r H. .? f. au noon, puioio, Kavleng. Waut M to Th 9p S 2p Madang, 'Rebaul, Wewak:'M to I1 Ss..1jp4sf..noss- N,r Hfe Zealand (Auckland): M 6a Tu 6a 8p W Th 6a F 6a 8ji S Su 6a. We Ingtoni M 7i f u fa to W Th 7a F 7a Bp s.su 7a. (South Island): M 7a Tu 7a Bp W Th K If !. 1 S" ' Norfolk Island: Tu F Bn. Norway: M tn F ii,5f . 4 '" 40 "aklstaji: Th 4.15a S 4 p. Papua: M Tu W 9a Th 1p 9pF 9p I lp Su noon, rninppinesi iu lo s 4.19a au p. reru: ri IO fp au noon. Portuoah Tu Th 4 15a Palam. u w Tn 4.15, S 4.15a 4p. hodatla: Tu 4.1 Sa Th Oa In Romania, Tu W Th 4.1Sa S 4.15a 4o. labah, M to F 4.1Sa i I IS. Solomon land. UnnliFi andlnai W 2d Su Oa. Glaa Mundai Su Oo. South Afrlcai Tu e.ioa Tn i Bp f so, Spain: M W 4,?5a. Swedent M to Th TA f I 4.1 Sa. twadant M 4.15a S 4 15a 4 p. Switaerlandi M 10 C 4.15a S 4.15a 4p. Syria, Arab nepubiiei M W Th F 3 4.15a, Tahltli W 2p Su noon. f 4. IB e.isa A.i M tn i uiostaylei Tu W Unless otherwise shown, all commercial stations broadcast news every nour on me naur. Station frequencies! 2pC B10kcs, 2BL 740. 2GB 870. 2UB 050. 2KY 1020. 2UW 1110. 2CH 1 1 v, aarn iiu. 7 a.m. to B t.m. 2FG 7, Readings from the Bioit; 7,5. world Roundup: 7.15 News: 7.30. Morning Music 26Li 7. The Breakfast Show f4 5. News. IGli 7.1 with News. 7.3 2UEi 7.S. Geoff Marshall end News. 7 30. 2KYi 7 3. Breakfast Session with j Burls, with News. 7.30. 2UWI 7.3. John Melounev, with News 7.30 and Kennedy Broadside 7.49 2CH. 7 5 Breahfait Show with xeo bum, with News jo; 7.ea. Rust Tvion with David Jones' Show. zsmi 7.a. tan Macrae, witn News 7-30- 6 a.m. to t a.t 2FCi 8. "A,M"i 8.20, The Orchestra. 2BLt 8, The Breakfast Show; 8 30 Tha Hainltal Hour 2GB; fi.10. John Martin with News 6.30 2UE: 8 3. Geoff Marshall, with News 8 30 and Parking Iniorma (Ion ft 40 2KVt II Breakfast Session. and Lottery Results 6.52. 2uwt 0.3. jonn Meiounev. wnn cnuaren 1 news uigesi a. 1 o ana News B.3Q. 2CH: Russ Tvson: 8.30. Ted Bull: fl.45. Morning Devotion. 2SM( B 5, lan Macrae. . witn Newt 0 jo. 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. IFCt Q. Tha Orchestra: 9.25. Songs for You and Me; 9 30, Kindergarten of the Air; 9.55. inieriuoe. 2BLi 9. The Hospital Hour: 9.30. News; 9.32. Ellis Blaln'i Guest. 2GB: 9 3. jonn pearce snow. 2UEi IS. Bob Rooera with Graham Kerr's Kitchen, Dr Joyce Brothers, 2KY: 9.3, Shoppers' Guide; MUSIC BOX. 2UW: lahn Thomoson. ICHi Interlude: 9.3. Pause tor praver; s o. our oeioveo nvmns; 9.1S. Gospel Message for Today; 9.30. Women's League. 25M: 9.9. John Brennan. 10 a m, to 11 a.m. 2Pr 1 0 Dallv DewoHonal: 10.10. Serial: 10.25. Music; 10 30, Morning uail. iDL: id. e 1 lis main 1 uuesi 10.25. Newt: 10.30. Orchestra Time. zuo: ia.3. jonn pearce snow. 2UE: IO S Rah Raaers. 2KYi 10.S. Shoorjers' Guide Music Box, with Racing Preview, 10.30. 2UWt John Thompson with 10 JO Lottery Results; 10.45. Morning Interlude. 2CHl Dr Pauh 10 IS Portia races Lite: 10.30. "No Teinng, with Dick Fair and Max Rowley. mi ig a jonn orennan. 11 a.m. to Neon 2FCi Tha Onera Hour 2BL; M nlr 11 5S Trli-lrat 4(h iest- west inpies v Aust. attB: 113. Andrea. 2UE: 11.5. Bab Raaers music box, witn s t.A.L cau-up. zuwi jonn Tnompson. 3rH- 11a Bniireumman A Hatch; 11.6. No Telling, with Dick Cookerv News: 11. 45 Pioneer PraJ ram; ii.au. dick rair ana Max lowicy, 2SM: 11.5. John Brennan. Noon to 1 p.m. 2FC: 12, The Country Hour, 2RL: 12. Cricket. 2GB MB Maw Din Gwen Plumb. autt iz. 10, Ormsby Wllklns Reports: 12.13, Bob Rogers and farm iin information, ii.su. zkt: iz.19. sound of Music 2UWI 12.5 Phil Hunter. 2CH "Nn Telllna"' 1 5 Tfl Nrwj; 12.45. Music with Dick Fair. zsMi 12. s. -John Brennan. . 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. 2FC; 1.2. Blue Hills; 1.15. Note change; 1.30. News: 1 .48, weatner. River Heights and Music li uncKei; i.jn, music 2.KV! 1.3. Sound of MUSIC 2UW: John Burgess. 2CH Max Rowley 2SMt 1.5, John Burnley. 3 p.m. to 3 p.m. 7Fft 9 lul 9 in Em k. irit: .g, triCKet. 2GB: 2.3. Barry Eaton Show. 2UEi 2.5, David Bunt. 2KY: 2.3. Sound Of Musk. 2UW: John Burgess. 2CH: 2.5, Max Rowley Show. 2SM: 2.5, John Burnley. 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. 2FC: 3, Concert Hour. 2BL: Cricket. 2GB: 3.3. Barry Eaton Show 2UE: 3.5 David Bunt. 2KY: 3.3. Sound ol Musk. 2UW: Jnhn Burgess. 2CH: "Tha Tallinn Tn..-h " ulti. Peter Telling. i.a. jonn Burniey. 4 p.m. to S p.m. 2FCt Nvii- A aj Malrwiw r,..., 4.15. B.B.C. NewsreeU 4.30. Aus- ii.i.iiiillf!:.!::;! ATN News Session 6.30 p.m. !i:E:iii!!::iin:&i:iii!mi::ii:ii::!::i:iiti!: 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. ATN 7: 6.30, New Headlines; 6.31, Quick Draw McGraw. TCN 9: 6.25. Relaxing with Roma; 6.30, Huckleberry Hnund. TEN 10: 6.30, Test Card and Mmic. 7 a.m. to g a.m. ATN 7: 7, Sydney Today (lo 9). TCN ! Today (lo 9). Tl-N 10: Good Morning!!! (to 8.30). : - g a.m. to 9 a.m. ATN 7: Sydney Today (cont.). TCN 9: Today (cont.l. TEN 10: Good Morning!!! icom.i; 6..1U. Kinoy. 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. ATN 7; 9, Danny Thomas .mow: y.ju. itiesdav Morn- Ing at the Movies "Beauties ot the Ninht" (to 10.30) TCN 9: 9, Natore Walkabouti 9.30, Here's Humphrey, TEN 10: 9, Manic Circle nun; y.ju, uwiy's scnool, 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. ATN 7: Movie (cont.): 10.30, Komocr Room. ARN 2: 10.10. Play School, TCN 9: 10, Casey Jones! IU.JII. llncliclor l-Hllicr. TEN 10: 10, Swaml Snrasvall: 10.30. Cookery News: 10.55 Mornins . Movie "Out West with the Peppers" (to 11 a.m. to Noon ATN 7: 11. 77 Sunset Sh-ln. TCN 9i 11. Phyllis Diller Show; 11,30, Everybody's Talkins. TEN 10: 11, Morning Movie (com.). Noon to 1 p.m. ATN 7: 12, Mlllion-Dollar Movie, "Oh. No, Mamzelle" (lo 10.30). TCN 9: 12. It Could Be Vou: 12.27, News; 12.30. Midday Movie. "Wall of Fury" (to Te'n 10: 12, Girl Talk; 12.30, Marriage Game, 1 p.m. to 1 p.m. ATN 7: I, Movie (cont.); 1.30. Maggie. ABN 2: 1. News. TCN 9t 1. Movie (cont.T. TEN 101 1, Dita; 1.30, Movie iviaurKe, me rearmakers W (to 3). 1 p.m. to S p.m. ATN 7: 2, Beauty and the Beast. TCN 9t 2, Days of Our Lives; 2.30, CoronaUon Street. TEN lOt 2, Movie (com.). 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. ATN 7i 3, People In Confllcti 3.30. Andy Cirlmlh. ABN 2: 3.40, The Broken Silence. TCN 9i 3, General Hospital; j.ju. ratner nnowe nest. TEN lOi 3, PersonaNty square; j.ju, Aivin snow. 4 p.m. to S p.m. ATN 7i 4. Fnrvt 4.30. Flhmer. ABN 2l 4, Flowerpot Men 4.13, rut Bcnootl 4.40, trailan Musk; 4.41, Talk. 2BLi i. Cricket, with Music .! o. 2GBi 4.3, Barry Eaton Show. 2UEi 4.S, David Bunt. 3KVi 4.3. Soundo( Music. 2UWi Today's top Thirty Ward Amtln. 2CH1 4.3, "The Telling Touch' a.ou. me rairy uoomoinar. 2SMi 4.5. Rod Mulr- S p.m. to 9 P.m. 2FCi 5. Argonaut!' Club; S.52 aiocx exenange. 2BLi 5. Crlckat. 2GBi 5.3, Barry Eaton Show, aUK: 2KY: 5.3. Sound of MuliC, 2UWi Ward Austin. 2CHi Peter Telling. 2SMi 5.8, Rod Mulr. p.m. to 7 p.m. 2FCt B. Miwl! II Famlllai Clanks; 6.55. News Commentary. 2BL: Cricket; 6 40, Sport no Highlights: 6. 45. Blue Hills. jut) ncws: e.3U. Canberra on 6.3S, Newsmakers with Ann Deve 2UEi 6 S, Chicken Mam 8.1 John Laws. 2KY S Natlnnal rnl, iiyn. 0.1 a. uriveaiong; 6 3 Stir.dsay snow. ,UWt 675. Ward Austin. 2CHi ,;The Telling Touch. 2SM: 6.S. Rod Mulr. 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. 2Ftl Mauia- T 1 ki.u,. D.UI.,UI 7 30, Feattne. 2BLI News: 7.1S. Lena Harna 2GB- 1 Ail.. yi..., tkV. "" 11 .jo. Kecent Re- zue: 7.2. John Laws. with Italian Melodies. 7,1 un jonn erawrara 2CHt Arrivedercl Roma: T 30 Italian Newut- 1 A. a r. .,1 2smi Mad Mel. 6 p.m. to 9 p, 2FCi Luiu-Bero. 2BL; P.rk nt ik. r...., 8.30. News: 8.32. New Grnauai 2GBi 8.3, Most Requested Artists. 2UEi A. 2. litart law u,lh Chicken Man, 8.30. it t o.j. narmonv Mignugnts 8.1 5: 8.30, The World Tomorrow! 2UW: John Crawlord. 2CH: Flotta Lauro LI 1 in e in Commonwealth Program (Italian) 9 p.m. to 10 p. 2FCt Lulu-Berg. 2BLi Reorlie. - 2GB: 9 3. Nina O'clnrlr Arterial uanna-Kaymond Leievre orcnestra, uk! v., atuari jiy naion Are B in 2KY: 9.3. Harmonv Hlahllahtc wun curopnan inieriune, uni jonn rawiora. 2CH: S Orel la Radio: 9.30. Back 10 me pioie. zsm: Mad Mel. 10 o.m. ta It B.m. 2FC! News; 10.15. Lulu-Berg 2BL: Rel With Ma 2GB; 10.10. Eaav Llttanma with -iut: Mj.i, stuart jay, 2KYi 10.10. Harmo 10 15. Saul 5aund of Music Till Mianignt witn t-riei smttn. 2SM: John Tory . and Under ground IIUO. Frem 11 B.m. . 2FCl News: 11.15. Geralnt jones tany Keyboard music; 11.50, Evening Meditation; 12, nose. 2BLi Relax With Me; 11.55 2GBi 11.3. Easy Listening; 12.3, All-night Show with News. 2UIt 11.2. Stuart lav: 12.2. Twin City Night Watch, with naion Ace. w.30. JKV: Tha Metodv Llnaara On: 1 2. The Late Show and Goad Yawning session witn News. 4uvvi Jen nan: 1. inn nunier. 2CH: 11 15. MUI C Till Mid nlaht: 11.55. Ntwi: 12. Close. 2SM: 1. John Torv and Underground Club; 1. Midnight to Dawn Houses for Aboriginal families WOLLONGONG, Mon day. Three houses for Aboriginal families will be built by the N.S.W. Hous ing Commission at its new Koonawarra estate at East Dapto. 1 he houses will be among 19 to be started soon on Ihe Slim estate. The three collages will be built by the Commission. but paid for by the Chief secretary s Department. Afnm Ant. TCN 9: 4, LltUest Hobo; 4.30, iviarlne uov. TEN 10: 4. Batfink; 4.30, Fllntstones. 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. ATN 7: 5, Rocket Robin Hood; 5.30. The Monkees. ABN 2: 5, The Magic Konndanout and Cartoon Package; 5.15, Supcrcar: 5.40, The Cisco Kid (lo ti.5). TCN 9: 5, Superman; 5.30, Armanis t-amily. TEN 10: 5, Dobie Glllls; 5.30, Blind Date. 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. ATN 7: 6, The Beverly Hilt billies; 6.30. News and Weather. ABN 2. 6, Cisco Kid (cont.); 6.5, Ann Sothern Show; 6.30, Sciton Blake; 6.55, mis week In Britain. TCN 9: 6, 1 Love Lucy; 6.30. rvews ana weatner. TEN 10: 6, News, Televote and Weather; 6.30, Sergeant BUXO. 7 p.m. to g p.m. ATN 7: 7. Get Smart! 7.30, Shane (to 8.30). ABN 2: 7. News, Ncwsrcel and Weather; 7.30, The Ronnie Barker Playhouse. TCN 9: 7, The Dick Van Dyke Show: 7.30. The Road West (lo 8.30). TEN 10: 7, He and She) 7.30, LaucD-ln (lo n.Jtl). g p.m. tn 9 p.m. ATN 7: Shane (cont.): 8.30, Million Dolhr Movie, "I Believe In You" (A) (to ABN 2: 8. Contract to Kill 8.28, News; 8.30, Bio. graphies (to 9.20). TCN 9: 8, The Road West (cont.); 8.30, Love on Rooftop. TEN 10: 8, Laugh-In (cont.): ..ii), felony squad (to y.auj. 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. ATN 7: 9. Movie (cont.) ABN 2: 9, Blonraphles (cont.): v.zo. Love storv do 10.13). TCN 9: 9, N.Y.P.D.) 9.27, news; y..iu, lonignt snow w iiu jonn Laws (lo 10.45) TEN 10: 9. Felony Sauad (cont.); 9.30, Ncwsbcat (to iu.ju;. 10 p.m, lo 11 p.m. ATN 7i 10. Movie (cont.): 10.15, Galloping Gourmet; 10.45, Eleventh Hour News. ABN 2: 10, Love Slory (com.); lu.i.i, rsews; iu,23, World of Woosteri 10.50. Cricket Highlight. (to 11.23). TCN 9: 10, Tonight Show (cont.): 10.45. Late News. TEN lOi 10, Newsheat (cont.); in.30, mescuy night Movie, "Dancing With t-rome iaj (to li). 11 p.m. to Close) ATN 7: II, Hitchcock Hour; 1.43. JLOe. ABN 2; Cricket Highlight. (cont.): 11.25. Close. TCN 9 11, Front Page Story; 11.55, Viewpoint! i. Close. TEN lfli 11, Movie (cont.); n, close, (A) Not mrtahle for child ren. (AO) Not suitable) for adoletcentav COMMON WflALTH CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION COMMISSION 7S-S5 ELIZABETH STREET. 7th Floor. -Mr Juitice Moore Deputy rVetident: 11; Aiaoclated Steamihlpi Proprietary Limited end Othari and Watcrilde Workers1 Federation ot Australia and Others a mar tarminait Dri naara. "ommltilonr Mallhawi. 3rd floor, Court No. j. 10.30: paDiian.Nt9U' nn i nea Lenai omuri Case Dart haard. Com ml ail oner ciarKion. -tourt no. i . 1 1 : St or amen and Packers (Skin, Hide, Wool and Produce Stores) end Itartmaf. anrl Parkart iWnol Sail- ing Broker! and Repackers) Awards re ratponaencv. i .m; aioremen and Packers (Skin. Hide, Wool and Produce Stores) Award re wages and operation of award part heard. Storemen and Packers (Wool Selling Brokers and Repackers) Award re wages and operation ot, awaro. IANKRUPTCY PHILLIP HOUS-I 11Q PHILLIP MTREFT Rafflr tha Reolitrar.e---3rd Floor,-10 30.1 Examinations under section oa: oonaio oarry. wn- son; Antonio Dotto; John Ward Kevin Francis Gallagher G Bogere. IUPREMI COURT NOTE RE VACATION RULES: The arrangements for the present long vacation are as ioiiows- - COURT OP APPEAL MATTERS ONLY From and Including Friday, muarv 24. 1969. to Sunday, Feb ary 2, 1969, Mr Justice Holmes. From and Indudlna MOndSV. rhriiirv x ttt Monriav Fabruarv 10, The President, Sir Gordon Wallace. CAUSES ANO CHAMBER MATTERS Irnm anrl tnrlurilno Tuesday. January 28, to Monday, February The attention of all practitioners Is drawn to the provisions of the Vacation Rules turner 1 huibs i and 2). no matter will be heard nrlriH uirillnn un (. th DrO- vltlons ot these rules have, been Strictly adhered to. ano an sucn annllri.lnnt thnulrf ha made tO the vacation juogc oBiorn wiium 1. anticipated tnat me ma.ier If such application Is successful, oe listed. PUBLIC CHAMBERS Mr Justice Selbv. No. . 20 Court. 1 0: Ball Applications: Kegina V ancaraaia, r.c.i . Schofield. PRIVATE CHAMBERS Mr Deoutv Prothonotary poug- lai.10.4S: Nevron Developments Chief ' Clerk. Mr Muirhead. 11: Patterson v Burns: 2. IS: Hel- rteln v Holsteln: 3: Jaywoin Masonry ovnun m, .. ' crete Fab.rl:atlons Ptv. Ltd. Th Honourable Mr Justice Road 10: ' Harrison and Conveyancing Act Ss. to extinguish right m wiv: The Deoutv Master ano Keg strar in cqimy. . iuwai...v Court. Elliabeth street. - Asiatic Electric Company I lmlt4 unrl CniTIDinlll Al tan 3 bills of costs: The Deputv Court. Elizabeth Street. 11 : E. c trUiiiiar tHr'it and T.F.M. Act to settle minutes of order: i i.ia: v n. mow and T.F.M. Act to settle minutes or order; 11.30: W. Dunn (dee'd.) and Trustee Act to settle minutes ot order: 11.45; Curtis and anor. v Ricnaroson ano on. 10 minutes of decretal order. Noon: Freeman v Bellby and anor. to settle minutes of order. DIVORCE naniirv Qol.trjr Mr Graen- wood. Chambers For Taxat on. iu.ju; (.ouiinan v uouiinari; Deoutv Rcolstrar. Mr Sheoherd. Chambers For Taxation 10.30: rancer v earner; mis; aieninp Sterling. 1 PROBATE Be lore the Registrar. Regi strars Court. 11th Floor. Mena House. 225 Macauarie Street. 10: To pass Accounts and for: Commission: A. S. Machln: S. Goldstein: P. G. Millar: H. W. Leonie: A. J. S Taylor: F. W- ARRIVALS YESTEROAYt SIAOE. from Melbourne, 12.6 n.: JACQUES DEL MAR. 12.55 a.m.; HOLLAND MARU. Melbourne, 1.15 a.m.; lilliana. Melbourne. 4.2S a.m.: ARADINA. Melbourne, 4.30 a.m.: SUGAR CRYSTAL. Canada, 5.32 a.m.: ARAM AC. Japan. 5.S4 a.m.: ANGELINA LAURO. U.K., 6.57 a.m.: STERLING. Persian Gulf. 7.20 a.m.: CHUSAN. cruise, 9.37 NORTHUMBERLAND. BrlS-e. 10.7 A.m.- M UN DOOR A hart .IfidR am- 1TRAAT wuu., tviciDourne, 1 i.bb a.m. AGGI. Brlhn. 1 25 a.m. UNION GLORY. Keeluna. 4.05 p.m.; EUCnwo Town',-le 7 0S p.m.: sLetholm, New guinea, iu.o p.m. EXPECTED ARRIVALS TODAVl ARCADIA, from U.K.. 13 Pvr. mont, 10,15 a.m.. f a o. Z-0317: AKKriYYAI IA, fOnianO. ail fvr-mont, 7 a.m., P & O, 2-0317: KORAI MARU, Brisbane, no berth, Rm., Hetherlngton, 27-1 671 ; OWHAI. Tauranga, no berth. .m., union 5.5.. 2-0528; IVARAIS. Melbourne, no berth. 0 time. Met tat rlt--i. 27.2fil;a: WIS5EKERK. Melbourne, no berth . p.m., H.i.i.., :-0S7i. TOMORROW: FUPRFK OP AIICTRALIA trnm nooart. A.N.L. Terminal. 11 a.m.. A.N.L., 27-7951; PORT PIRIE. Melbourne. 1 Glehit. am. lolnf THURSDAYl fefAITCalrC l.nm Tiii.aHri. . berth, o m.. Union S.S.. 2-0528. DEPARTURES YESTrROAY: . ANGELINA L AnRrt tetr II it 9.58 P.m.; POOLTA, Newcastle, 1 .4r p.m. EXPECTED DEPARTURES TODAY: . CLYDESDALE. for Antwerp. MClbOUrtK!. S Wa1h 11 r. m WELLINGTON EXPLORER. Wel- iiHion, ja,a uarnng nor.; woo-SUNG. Brisbane. 3 Glebe. 4 p.m TOMORROW: nrniuni; ivi t a 1 it. port Kemoia, 7 cular Quay; STRAAT COOK. New. castle. 1 Glebe; TAHITIEN, Noumna 1h nariinn uh., WILLoWbaNK, Port Kembla. 1a THURSDAY! AD AM Ar fn. tLi.lh,..r.a. in w-r.. iu ryrmuni. SHIPS IN PORT ABEL TASMAN. 2 Snail's Bay. C lainh l.ni Kl. ACDirAU PLANET. EvnlnlUix 'Ri.au uuiiI helmsen, 27-6301: AGGI. 9 Pvr. m9ni Jnies Patrick, .27-6611: f M t R It A STAR. 22 Pvrmont o nt cargo, 27-1271: ANGELOS .US IS. 2 Rrrr'w'( Ram ni'e,ai,. i i i fvrmoni, P 4 O. 2-0317: ARAMAC. 20 Pyrmont. P 4 O, 2-0317. tnuN. syuney P 4 O, SJwtVWfftvJ01"1 Cargo. 2-1727; CLYDESDALE. 6-7 Glebe Is and, Shaw Savlll, 28-1828: EASTERN ARGOSY. 8 W'loo. H. C. Sleigh. 2-0253: EUGOWPA Tfi n in HfeT.-a Jms Patrick. 27-661: HOLLAND MARU. 4 Glebe. Mc Arthur. 27-4461. I N TULA. C.S.R. Pvrmont. Ato. nSiaaA5;?-,,2?:59851 t!ACClUES wfcfc MruiiB nor., r. n. Stephens, 27-831 1 , . . KARETU. 28 Darling Hbr., Union s.S:. 2.n;5n- lakc 11 1 a. WARRA. 2 Batmaln, H Smith. atV-Sb I 1 . LILLIANA 1 Ralm.ln Patrick. 27-6611: MALEKULA. Blues Point, Burns. Phllp, 2-0547: MEGANriC, 12 Pyrmont. Shaw Savlll. 25-1828: MINKARRA. Watervlew Bay, Associated S.S., 27-59B5; MONTORO. 6 Walsh BV. Burns, Philp. 2-0547; MUN. DOOR A. 3 Darling Hbr.. Associated S.S., 27-S98S; MYSTIC, 7 Pvrmont, Shaw Savlll. 2 6-1828; NORTHUMBERLAND. 10 Pyrmont P A n J.ftn DATCCkiA 11 Darling Hbr., Union S.S.. 2-0528. huna, t.s.R., Pyrmont C.S.R . OBIS: SPAWAV u 1 wr. -Tri?. Ing Hbr.. Union S.S., ' 2-0528- (AOt, 7a Clrni'ir Quay. R.I L Hbr.. F H ranhn il.liii STENTOR. 8 Walsh Bay. Gilchrist' 25-5801 : STERLING: G ore B ay . Shell. 2-0225; STRAAT COOK. 1, G ehu. HI L .t7.i ci it! AO . c.R.YSTAli- Walsh Bay, James; rairiCK, -oei 1 . aai.MH.l.ii j j I i, all. i ,i ii i na. i... Llebau: J. Orlejlni (an a)il,aae Betort the Accounu Cier- son (dee d.) INDUSTRIAL COMMIUIOM wir juiuta dciiiii. jo 1 111 Camp. Cont. Aust. not CoeajL Meei ana r.i.A. re 1 overtime to riggers. Commlilsoner Manuel. lp. V iw.ia. winp. , vonr. uisn Conf. , dispute . Dubbo. bejtween Abattoir and A.M. 1.1.0. Commissioner Burns. No, S. 10.13: Mention: Racecourse Total I sa tors i Northumberland end Camden) mployees Award. Com miss I oner Dunn, Long Bay Jail and error. 10.30: inspections Crown tees (Mechanical inspectors, Dem, of Pub ic Works) Awd. Commltaloner Wells. No. 2. 10.15: Healing: Pottery, Tiles Other than Rocmn Tiles) Chin ware and Brlitoiwar Makers Awd. DISTRICT COURT . QUEEN'S SQUARI " i Before the Registrar. tOtrtSi laiunaiari wnvivrvi Btrrartt tnfj Assistant Registrar. Mr McDonald. -10.15! Smith v Lewis ancTenor.: Htar th Actltfant Du)rr kia tv.ms; atoll ana inur mwseTVj MSI Neaves. 10.15: Alien v Short, 10.40: Kupltsky and anor. v BrvS ana anor, 1 u.aa, inmoiro AUBI, Ltd. v Coombes: 11. 5i Lawrence ewrtneo SYDNEY No. 8. Hli Honour ludaa U. Grath. 1 1 .! th mifMn est determinations between: R. X iuiin ana New England Tlrrrbers Ptv. Ltd.: W. C. Johnson jna Herons Creek Timber Mills Pty. Ltd.; R. J. Darcy end C L. Brown anT Sons Pty. LW.t R. Fletcher and Hlekaan'a Tlrhfw Itm pregnatlon Ptv. Ltd.; H, Banrierman and A, D. and B. M. Marchmenti A. G, Mathers and Pa tries Produce Pty. Ltd.; R. W. Rowe and T. Dunn and Sons; Egolns Comfort Coaches and Keith Schmltxer: R. E rviiner ana k. e. Miner; ti. H. McMillan and Kookaburra Sawmllla Ptv. Ltd.t D. P. Grace and MM. coast Co-operative Meat Society Ltd.: O. J. Schmltier and Commissioner for Main Roads; C. per ana me commissioner for wavs: N. F. Oevov and Uarton Engineering Pty. Ltd. 11.30. In th matlaii-a mt ajWa mlnatlons between: C W. Field and Narooma Bawling Ctofe; K. Frohmuller and Mount Pfeint Sporting and Social Club; J. M.' Simpson and Stewarts and Lloyds;' S. W. Foye and David Brothers Pty. Ltd.; F. G. D. Gavin end Metal Manufactures Ltd.: P, C. Richards and John Hilt Ptv. Ltd.!' J. H. Carthew and Sorbv ttd.; Port Kembla Stevedoring and Agency Co, Ltd. and E. H. G. Meades: P. F. O'Connell and G. J. Coles and Co. Ltd.; John Moot-huyier and Hughes Bros. Pty. Ltd.; J. A. Wise and Australian Iron and Steel Ptv. Ltd.; K. C. Knight , and lllawarra County Council; O. Bergamin and C.T. Paving and Concreting Co.: K. Middle ton and Klama District Hospital; G. CJpol-lone and C.T. Paving and Concret-, ing Co.: J. G. Standen and Metal Manufactures Ltd.; I. M. Rogers and Port Kembla District Hospital; F. Camplsl and Harbison A. CI. Pty. Ltd.; M. Kapic and Metal Manufacture Ltd.: J. A. Stnhan. son and J. Wlngate and Sons; R. G. Evans and Port Kembla Stevedoring Agency Co. Pty. Ltd".; A. u. mecnin ana Auirranarn mm and Steel Pty. Ltd.: P. Lcwlckl and Metal Manufactures fatdj P. Lewlckl and Metal Manufactures' Ltd.: I. Johnstone and South Rulll Colliery: A. Holdsworth and rarramaua rormworic pry. bio. APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL! ' Commissioner Dunn. n.Sfte Plumbers and G as fitters (State). Additional Commissioner Mat-' 01m. 10: .Engineers etc. (State); t: Baker 'Cumberland): 3.30: Typewriter etc. Mechanics (State). Appln. for new Office Egulpment ' etc. Mechanics (State) Aopren' iicesnip Awira, aa ot isdd. TAHITIEN, 1 b Darling Hbr Messagerles, 27-2654; TALABOT, 8 Darling Hbr.. WllheJmien. 27-6301; TALINGA, Balls Head,. A.N.L.. 27-7951: THORSCAPE. 2 Darling Hbr., H. C. Sleigh, 2-0253; TIDAHOLM. 3 Walsh Bay. J. Patrick 27-6611; UNION GLORY, 1 Batmaln. H. C. Sleigh, 2-0293, VISHVA KALYAN, 5 Glebe. G"-chrKt. 25-5801 ; VISHVA VIB-HUTl. 25 Pvrmont. Gilchrist. 25-5801: VOSGES. 11 Walsh Bay, Messagerles,. 27-2654: WELLINGTON EXPORTER. 34b Darling Hbr.. 5hlotraco, 27-4147: WILLOWBANK, 1a Darling Hbr.. H. Smith. 27-5611; WOOSUNG, 3 Glebe, Swire and Yuill. 27-4701. . NAVAL MOVEMENTS TODAY: H.M.A.S. ENDEAVOUR arrives Garden Island from exercises, p.m,. , Dunlop to reconsider Hilton bid Directors of Dunlop Australia Ltd. will reconsider the company's offer for Hilton Corporation Ltd., at a board meeting on Thursday morning. Announcing this yester day, the Dunlop chairman, Mr E. Dunshea, said h could not comment on the possibility of the offer pric being increased. " v Dunlop's second stare exchange offer for Hilton is worth $2.35 a share, based on Friday's closing prices. On Friday, Courtaulda (Australia) Ltd. announced that it would offer $2.30 cash for each Hilton-ordinary share. ' Dillingham .. converts P.D.C. shares Dillinnham rinrnnra- tion of Australia Ptv. Ltd. has converted its holding of 550,000' deferred 50c shares in Proiect Develnnment Corporation Ltd., to' ordinary shares. ., , 'l'h. shara. ur. mw.' vertihle sit anv timft until December, 1973, by payment of a premium of 25c' each. riillinnttnm bIca haa options over 1.4m Project isnarcs at par, exercisaoie on or before December 31, lfObr. , a.r-r r r- ...- k r- r r

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 21,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Sydney Morning Herald
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free