The Sydney Morning Herald from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on November 16, 1974 · Page 25
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rt 1 P.K.I.U. MEMBERS , RETRENCHED AT DALLEY TYPESETTERS . FRIDAY, 151174 " 1 are1 requested to attend a meeting at. the . Branch Office, 12-26 Regent Street MONDAY, 161174 AT 9 a.m. i , -. Authorised by F. A. felly, Secretary. Trouble over conference By FRED WELLS, Slate Industrial : Reporter :;V i ' A major split has developed, v Wjthln s :. tb Federal Executive .; of . the ALP aa to when the party's next- Federal Conference the . party's policy making body i should meet. Normally the conference meets every two yean in either July or August ' This happens after conferences and congresses have been held in most States, including NSW. Victoria and South Australia, ' The meetings in the ALE Executive -ff AUCTION SALE ORIENTAL PORCELAINS, JADES, IVORIES AND OBJECTS LVART Finely carved Games Table and Side Chain. 'At our Gallery, 34 Morley Ave, Rosebery. 7 p.m. Wednesday nest Outstanding collection Celadon Ware, early Ivories and Netsukes, Superb Jades and Pair Han Horses, Green Irisence Burner, Vases, Flowers, Fine Oriental Furniture, Cloissone, Peking Lacquer Ware, Satsuma Porcelain, Bronzes, etc. Inspection Tuesday 2.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Wednesday 12 noon to 4 p.m. GEOFF K. GRAY PTY. LIMITED split on meeting States consider and vote upon recommendations and resolutions submitted by ' trade unions and branches. .' t : These then go to the Federal Conference where their rejection, amendment, or acceptance decides the party's policy for the following two years. However, the Federal Executive made a decision in September to hold the next Federal Conference in the NSW coastal resort town of Terrigal in February. This would have meant that decisions from the States would not ' have been Considered in the making of party policy. During the week the NSW branch of the ALP received a telegram from the South Australian branch recommending that the Federal Conference not be held until its normal time, that is in mid-1975. It is understood that the. telegram was signed by the South Australian MP and former federal ALP secretary, Mr Mick Young.. It is understood that all four parliamentary leaders the Prime Minister, Mr Whitlam; the Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Cairns; date the Leader of the ALP in the Senate, Senator Murphy and the Deputy Leader in the Senate, Senator Willesee are suppor ting the move to have the conierence stood over. A telegraphic vote will be taken during the weekend of the 18 members of the federal . executive, asking them to reverse the decision and have the federal conference held in July or August. At its fortniahtlv meet ing yesterday, the NSW administrative committee supported a move that the tcleCTaohic vote be taken as soon as possible and that the federal . confer ence be Dostnoned to its usual time in July or August. An announcement of the result of the telegraphic voic will be made by the federal ALP secretary, Mr D. Coobe over tne week end or, at the latest, on Monday. . . The proposition by the federal , . executive has caused great hostility among leaders, of State branches of the ALP who feel that an early conference will ignore policy recommendations of their State conferences or congresses. . Solicitors contest search warrant Twin k solicitors are seeking an Equity Court order to restrain police from carrying out a search warrant relating to a client's statement to them. 'They are Mr Brian Wallace and Mr David Paul Landa MLC, members of the firm McLelland, Wal lace and Landa. The statement was made by Mr Thomas Jackson. Mr Wallace and Mr Landa are seeking an order restraining Detective . Inspector Stanley John Walden and Detective Sergeant Dennis Toohey from executing a search warrant issued under Section 354 of the Crimes Act in respect' of the statement. They are also scekinc a declaration that Section 354 of the Crimes Act does not authorise the issue or exe cution of this type of search warrant. Section 154 of the Crimes Act covers the granting of search warrants. ' In court yesterday, Mr D. F. Rofe (for Inspector Walden and Sergeant Toohey) asked for an adjournment to next week. He said the proceedings stemmed from, or were related to, some police inquiries.' i 'i Mr Rofe said he was told that Inspector Walden and Sergenat Toohey were in charge of these inquiries. They wanted the matter dtermined quickly because the document if it was 1 available to them could ' Jbo important to their investigations. ' Mr M. H. McHugh (for i Mr Wallace and Mr t Landa) said the matter ' was of great importance not , only to his clients but to solicitors in general on the question of whether ' police could execute these . warrants on solicitors. Mr Rofe gave an undertaking that police would abide by Jhe terms of a temporary injunction already granted. Mr B. J. Cohen said he would seek leave on Mon day to appear for the NSW Law Society. Mr Justice Needham adjourned the bearing to next Monday. Small charity groups backed Small charities' should not heed calls for the consolidation of voluntary bodies. Sir Vincent FairT fax, president of the Boys' Brigade Council, said yesterday. Speaking at the brigade's annual meeting, he said that although some experts were claiming larger organisations were more emcient. it was inv portant to realise the significance of small groups. The system would not work it it were over- regulated, so it was important that voluntary organisations nourished. In the current eagerness to extend as much welfare as possible to the community, usinfr tax redistribution, there had been insufficient thought about the results. Presenting the brigade's annual accounts, Mr A. K James, a. councillor,- ex pressed concern at the possibility that tax de ductions for gifts to chari ties might be reduced. ' He said this would have a serious effect on the brigade's income. He appealed to the Govern ment to avoid such a travesty. Spit traffic restrictions Traffic on the Spit Bridge from Monday will be restricted to one traffic lane in each direction between 10 am and 2 pm on weekdays for maintenance work. The Commissioner for Main Roads. Mr .A. F. Schmidt, said yesterday that the work would take several weeks to complete. 23 The Sydney Morning Herald. Sat, Nov' b, 1974 23 lip Always ask for AINSLIE'S SCQTOf WWSKy (HMIJ HALIMAM M ANTON fTY I.TD. VtNIY BUILDING CONSULTANT CAPE COD AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 1B1 hVMkwoedRiYsgeoM Our company Is seeking a sales oriented person to design roof conversions according to our Clients' needs and estimate the cost Involved. Experience In the building industry is essentia). A comprehensive training programs Is conducted by the company. An excellent salary will be provided and the consultant will participate In a generous Incentive scheme and a non-contributing superannuation scheme after a qualifying period. Plaasa direct your applications tor an appointmant to: Mrs S. Price 7094522. My brother ' Nha is a Cambodian refugee. You can see from the expression on her face, she does n't understand why her brother, Sadak, is sick. He has a dull throb in bis stomach that won't go away. . Nha doesn't know it, but her brother is dying from malnutri- i tion. Sadak has periods of fainting, his eyes are strangely glazed. He's already suffering from a bloated stomach, falling hair, parched skin. Malnutrition. A'killer that claims 10,000 lives every day. Meanwhile in Australia we eat. about 3 pounds of food a day per person, then throw away enough to feed a family of six in Cambodia. If you were to suddenly join the ranks of the world's li billion people who are forever hungry, your next meal might be a bowl of rice. The day after tomorrow a piece of fish the size of a 50 cent piece. Later in the week more rice maybe. ' :, Cambodians like Sadak and his r -4 it US dying sister are innocent ' victims. Caught in a war they don't understand. Now they bat tle for -every mouthful of food. Mahatma Gandhi called it "The Eternal Compulsory Fast". World Vision has medical personnel in places like Cambodia, preventing malnutrition and death. In Jact, we are helping 60,000 boys 'and girls right now through sponsorship. ' Long before they get like Sadak, these beautiful children are given food, clothes, medical care, education . . . and a Christian upbringing. Join the thousands of Aus- ' tralian families and groups who sponsor Asian children at 511 a month. You will receive a persbhal profile and photograph of your child. You can exchange letters, translated by field staff. Let just one more boy or girl in Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Philippines or Indonesia discover your love and concern. Many case histories are waiting on our emergency list . sponsor an asian child $11 a month Kfi cents a nav WORLD VISION! CHILD CARE WORLD VISION OF AUSTRALIA S83 Pitt St Sydney N.S.W. , Ph.19UT World Vlilon of Austrslls It a Christian humsnltsrisn organisation. It bagan by helping Korean war waifs In 1860. The Australian office was opened In 1966. We now work In 25 countries serving needy ' children, refugees, widows, lepers end -ampulees. World Vision supports clinics, hospitals, leadership training programa and community aid projects. p I wish to sponsor a child at 111 a' . month. I enclose my first ......monlhi support S (payment can alio be made every 3, 6 or 1 2 months), I cannot sponsor a child but went to - give $.., to assist the childcare programme. Q Please sand me mors Information, : MrMraMlss. Address:. Cnsnnen; Mr. Robert Coles ffecufh Dlnetor: Mf. Oraenw Irvine Postcode i (ADVERTISEMENT) ram D3Rr7 Ifimglftj lAfi:f (gain) TfiniS infra fectis 7 v..vuui Labor's promises to: Cut inflation Ensure full employment Keep interest rates low Reduce housing costs urrevent jp striKes No economic plan just panic patch-up jobs 6 months too late. . Prices and costs leap-frogging as inflation hits 20. Brands Manager (MaleFemale) Around $15,000 This person Is probsbly now a senior product or marketing manager and will have hsd it least five years' practical experience. This experience will have Included brand planning and working with market research and . advertising agencies In a field connected with high volume consumer goods. Heshe Is preferably a graduate who can demonstrate, considerable-creativity. . . The Brands Manager reports to the Marketing Director and is responsible for setting marketing objectives, planning brand strategy Including the administration of a large advertising and promotion budget and ensuring profitable growth for hisher brands. We are the faitesbgrowlng consumer goods marketing company In Australia, . a member of the International Men Group, and manufacturers of Pal,' Lassie, Chum, Murray River, Good-O, Whlskas, Klt-E-Kat, Whiskattai, Pal Meaty Bites, Lassie Vitality Krunch. '. The job Is located at our administration and manufacturing headquarters In the AlburyWodonga complex. With a population of 45,000, the area offers excellent winter and summer tpprts, educational facilities and a pleasant living environment. In addition to Management Incentive Pay and other special allowances, we will meet relocation expanses and provide a non-contributory pension, . Immediate life Insurance, excellent lick leave benefits end a company car. Base salary is around $16,000. If you wish to discuss the matter further, you may telephone . Mr. D. K. Hyslop (060) 24-2300. Written applications may be forwarded. In confidence, to: Personnel Manager, UNCLE BEN'S OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD., P.O. Box 153, Wodonga, Victoria. 3600. out X" ; Remember these claims? "Price increases are now slowing down as Government policies tate full effect. This trend will be confirmed in coming months" G. Whitlam "Unemployment and inflation ' do not march side by side." G. Whitlam "There will be less industrial " disputes under us, ; I'm sure of that." G. Whitlam "Unemployment went out when your Whitlam Government came in. ALP ad. JPfiei ls J? ' ' . aV J Ik WIO 1,000 workers losing jobs every day. "17123 i For months the Liberal & Country Parties have advocated a realistic total programme to revitalise industry and restore full employment by: Ending the credit squeeze. Lowermg interest rates. Tax cuts of , $1000 million 20 for average earners. Restoring business confidence. Providing incentives for investment. Arresting the huge rise in inflationary Government spending. Calling together the Commonwealth, States, ; unions and employers for a co-operative anti-inflation effort. Restoring the authority of the Arbitration Commission. Supporting income restraint. - Increasing housing finance and restoring the home savings grant. Unemployment at 190,000-highest on record. Bleak outlook for school leavers. Education tax deduction slashed. New taxes on thrifty. Crippling interest rates Dramatic slump in home building 50,00Cf shortage. Companies collapse. Growth and E" b opportunities cut. . Whitlam admits "appalling'' strike record. Farmers abandoned. I'm thinking Liberal. I want to: Make a donation Work for the Liberal Party Join the Liberal Party O Name Address .., ne ; plo " "' Please tick your choice of action and send coupon to the Liberal Party of Australia, New South Wales Division, 30 Ash Street, Sydney, 2000. Next time around, put Australia in responsible and experienced hands-Bill Snedden and his LiberalCountry PartyTeam. RrGffil IRGl'J GLni AutimMtd: Tonv lashes. Ubnel fatljr ai AtesMo, Castas A LP1111H

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