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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

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Publication Title: Woroni
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PASSING OF A COLOSSUS WHAT NEHRU MEANT TO INDIA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

THE PASSING OF A COLOSSUS WHA T NEHRU MEANT TO INDIA AN era has passed away, an epoch has ended — this is how most people have^ reacted ? to Nehru's death. Why? Because he represented a whole era. He symbolised the aspirations of an epoch in Indian history — aspirations for freedom, for dignity, for democracy, for peace, for a modern reconstruction of society. Nehru's life was a saga of dedication to these innermost urges of modern India. Nehru was a product of India's struggle for. free dom; but in a 'much larger measure, he was its creator, and more importantly an architect of its success. And ; ? in the process he developed a sensitive pride in - the object of his' efforts. He was .extremely Jealous of the freedom and dignity of his country. This was' one of . the reasons for his non-involvement policy. He : hated ' the idea of. his ~ country becoming a . camp-follower of . any bloc. Even the slightest suggestion of Indian inferiority, stiffened his spine. This many people could ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RASTUS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

RASTUS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

GAREMA COFFEE LOUNGE ★ For Prompt and Courteous Service ★ Coffee and Light Refreshments ★ Light .Luncheons ★ Hot and Cold Meals Garema Place/ Civic Centre

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SCOTT SPEAKS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

scon SPEAKS A At last life has been injected into g the U.S. Presidential race with the ent- g ranee of Governor Scranton into the con- * test for the- Republican nomination. £ Until 'Bcranton's announcement, the 5 G.O.P. had given the impression that they | were content to let Senator Gold water * win by default, despite the fact that he is J ? *. ^ £ i. ? ? ? j_ I j1 ? n ? ? J .1 ? l ? T'1 i u ui ui iune wun me rany s tninKing. me * reason for this inactivity was quite ob viously the feeling that President Johnson S is certain of re-election. g Whether the Republican candidate beats Johnson in November or not, it IS:§ important that every effort be made to J stop Goldwater. § - The Senator may not wish to in-;g vade Cuba, use atomic weapons in South § Vietnam, or withdraw U.S. recognition of Jj the U.S.S.R., but a man who is careless '-S enough to isay these things could cause 'g irreparable damage to the balance of the'* Cold War. The Senator's idea that the; IS U.S.A. can exist ...

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Intervarsity Inquisition [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

Intervarsity Inquisition Brown and the rest of the Council. Also present were representatives of the Rules football team and the four men named by the mana ger of His Majesty's Hotel, Messrs. Thynne, Green; Fingleton. and Parkes. It was obvious from the start that Clement was well aware of . the somewhat in vidious position he was placed in. Sandwiched be tween the influences of higher - authorities and the arguments of those people personally involved, he was somewhat hampered in his search for natural justice by the embarrassment of the Council's bungling on the practical side. At the start of the evening: he was forced; to apologise- for the lack -of notice that had been given to the men be ing questioned .and as the meeting progressed it was obvious that little thought had been given to the form of proceedings. Indeed, it was only after repeated questions by Thynne that Clement was prompted into explaining the nature, scope and finality of the = inquiry. -Needless to say, this s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

WpRONI-is.published under the. auspices -of the AU.U. S^R.C. by R. H. Arthi^r. Director of Student Publications? and is printed 'by r the' Queaiibeyan- f Age- Pty. Ltd.,. 210 Crawford' Street?' Qtreanbeyan:.v t.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

? 1 T ? ? — r#N PRICE BREAKER ^ WINTER SALE Coats, Evening Wear, Suits, Smart Sports. Wear, Frocks. SPECIAL RACK OF FASHION WEAR AT HALF PRICE (jj EVA'S — Monaco Mall and EXRE STRRET, KINGSTON

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CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

: CANBERRA Dear Sir, If the editorials of 'Woroni' are of such ob vious bias and ? hypocrisy, they should not be publish ed to a wider audience. I am referring, in particular, to the attack on Canberra in the last issue. ; . Hno vnii fciU fn realise is that a certain amount of patience is neces sary in Canberra, and that the artificial air will vanish as it matures. Let us be reasonable arid a '.little, adult — most people realise Canberra's shortcomings. The ' editorial 'approaches hysteria as it, viciously at tacks Canberra and Can bera's institutions. It would have; been -improved by some accuracy. Do you know what 'jerry-built' -means? .and, if so. are you seriously stating that all Canberra houses are poorly built, with inferior .mater ials ? JDo you really consider that the 'depressing Same ness' and 'stifling exact ness' are mirrored in, say, Forrest and Yarralumla, Campbell and Narrabun dah ? This is what the. article says, in effect. It is hard to accept Queanbeyan's claims...

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LABOR CLUB CRISIS [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

LABOR CLUB 'CRISIS Dear Sirs, Firstly might I congratu late you on an excellent piece of reporting of the Labor Club Crisis (23-4-64) . However, there is a small but quite important in accuracy1 in Bob Harney's statement contained in it. Despite the impression he gave to( the contrary, Har ney resigned . at the be ginning of the executive meeting on June 8, before the matters on the agenda were even discussed. He claims that he wasn't given time to fill in on the background / . .' Quite to the contrary, lie refused point blank to do so and took the inflex ible position that -if the manner in which the pur ported Crucible . was pro duced .was discussed at all he would resign, not only from the editorship, but also the Club. In the same breath he- ex- plicitly threiatened to do all in: his ; powers , to form an other (left-wing) political club in the ^University. When the executive indi cated that it intended to continue, Harney took up his predetermined position. Whether the publicat...

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S.R.C. Helps With Lawyer's Debts [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

8.R.C. - Helps With Lawyer's Debts Following an audit of the Law Society's books on behalf of the S.R.C. by Mr. Arthur Brown, the question of the Society's debts was raised at the recent S.R.C. meeting last Thursday. Frank Lawrence, speak ing for the Law Society, seemed to want 'the S.R.C. to regard the Law Society .of 1963 as an unfortunate affair which should not, from its grave, be able to impede the current society ? ,Tjy leaving it 'with a large ^financial problem. ? 'Admittedly,' he .said, /'many of the current mem bers were on the society last, year but: we were then on it for the first time arid - therefore could not really do much with regard to matters about which we knew very little. There is a drastically changed atti tude this year,' he said. .''We- are -not merely trying to maintain the status squo ?of the, Law Society, but we ?'-are . constantly : endeavour ing to improve it.' As evid ence. of this': new spirit he :pointed to the recent law 'dinner, which he said was ...

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Student damage brings protest [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

Student damage brings protest The furore arising out of the recent inter-varsity sports carnival at Perth is only now dying down. In nearly every Australian University enquiries are being held to try and find just how much truth is contained in the reports of the Australian press and in certain allegations being made by air-line companies, hotel managers and many irate Perth locals. A.U.S.A., at a recent meeting has banned all future intervarsity sporting activity until the whole mess is cleared up and full reports submitted by every parti cipating University. Just what did happen at Perth? Even how the situ-J - ation ? is not altogether clear but as each Univer sity deals with the problem a few* facts are becoming' ebvious. The first of these is that the Press . vastly over emphasised the whole business. They have exag gerated and distorted what actually happened and in a search for godd 'copy' have not only jeopardised future inter-varsities of this Mature, but have also placed th...

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PEDESTRIENNES [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

?PEPESTRIENNES Flirting eyes and sudden smiles , high-heeled graces; empty heads and urgent breasts ,, painted masks for faces. G.T.W. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

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Time After Time [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

Time After Time Time after time rack eteers take over the good intentions of the world's ' unprotected idealists. In the greatest confidence trick yet to be perpetuated on the Canberra campus, a small band of organised nature lovers and' stuntists have cashed in on the brave intentions of pi'imaeval man, Sam Voutas. '? -Said one', well-known cynic' and University ' un dercover man, 'This ? was 'well done, those guys' cer tainly have brains.' Indeed they do. have brains; ring leaders in* the plot seem to be lank .Honours student I (bearded) Godfrey-Smith] i 'Snd :his familiar sidekick, diminutive intellectual Men- 1 delsohn' (also' bearded). De spite the . academic' plea which'* /'these '? men make about.7 their . excursion^ into the wilds in November, our', und'6f3&v£jrTnafi' 'says;* 'TFi'ife is ft'dthihg* an' ex cuse . for ;a ' father * n'aujgti-ty beach party.' Indeed, scientists within the University expressed some doubt — 'this is not an experiment — why it is quite poss...

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INDONESIAN NATIONALISM [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

INDONESIAN NATIONALISM Many Australians were afraid of Indonesian Nationalism because they did not understand it. This was stated last week) by Dr. Arifin Bey, Editor of the 'Times of - Indonesia' and a Ph.D. of Georgetown University, ?. Washington, who was touring Australia at the invitation of the De partment of ? External Af fairs. He was addressing a meeting of the Oriental Studies Society, at which over 40 persons were pre sent. ? Dr. Bey; stated that he had encountered three basic attitudes to Indones ian Nationalism in Austra lia. Firstly, the thesis; that Indonesia was enveloped in a . nationalism which is aggi'essiye, expansionist and,, therefore, .dangerous. Secondly, . the .thesis., ' that Indonesian nationalism ' is: being blown .up. to cover up things, and is a poor substitute for economic stability. Thirdly, that it is o, healthy nationalism which is the most effective barrier against foreign incursions. He claimed that the first two theses were not sub stantiated by. ...

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STOP PRESS! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

STOP PRESS! John Bernard O'Kane has recently tendered his resignation from the S.R.C. No reasons for this move are available at the moment. Commenting upon this resignation, George Mar tin said, 'Looks like I've started a stampede.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

ANGUS aiidiROBERTSON LTD. : Monaro Mall Green Square ..Civic r Kingston . .i Books (Fr0m'tlni. Tests to Paper-Backs) Stationery also available

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MOSS PROPHANED? [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 9 July 1964

MOSS PROPHANED? The principle that poetry is equival ent to 'beauty' and that 'beautiful' words which rhyme (or rather, in this case, which can be written down the left hand side of the paper in amputated phrases with ran dom punctuation and artistically-placed capital letters) belongs either to the very young or the very naive. The only thing that Will make words stick together is cohesive thought which, cannot be covered by any amount of flamboyant lang uage — sorry,:poetic licence. Mr. Moss' 'Lines for Joan * Baez' contains something less than one idea a stanza — and these are, for /the most part, left in an em bryonic form because .he . has developed .the useful knac.k of - putting them'iat : the end of the stanza whfere . no more can be said about; ? them. : However one may consider.' the whole as quite- some; achievement, f; in';v- a- poerrij f.that is byino jiieah^length'y ; '' (its % greatest s virtue) , * Mr? MOSS has ; i rvtO ; equate freedom, v-r- appar- , gently p^rs'onV...

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VERBAL DIARRHOEA [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 23 July 1964

VERBAL DIARRHOEA Dear Sirs, At the risk of being told to 'be adult,' I cry 'for shame, for shame!' Your boast is that 'an editorial is an expression of opinion by the editors and- as such is entitled - to be as biased as hell!' This is indisputable, but it is not entitled to be used as a 'vent for the verbal diar rhaea which: characterised your last outpouring. . One Would have hoped that mere common. ; courtesy would re strain, the despicable. ; and vulgar remarks, you hurl at the freshmen. Note, Mr. Martin's letter stating the treasons. for liis. resignation from the ,S:R.G;- He' deals; with those ; who run this bloody shows— - senior stud ents. Surely \they - are / the people 'expected to provide leadership in the 'person- ality.'1 cult. Yet- he still re proaches them for their mediocrity. . . - Naturally we are all -not rat the peak 'of- our notoriety half way 'through first year. Naturally . we are immature ? and pimply faced — it is part ?of the happy joy;- of- being adolescen...

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WORSE THAN DIRT! [Newspaper Article] — Woroni — 23 July 1964

WORSE THAN DIRT! Dekr Sirs, The reason why this year's freshers have remained 'an . amorphous mass of rion-en- ? titles?' are many and varied. Because there are so many of them,- they/ have 'drifted/ around like 'a- flock- of sheep: — with no more sense or in spiration than sheepr This, is not because : they' want to but it' is due to the ; attit ude of the other students. Those who ' can classify freshers as 'self-conscious mediocre pimple-faced little swats' are not very inter ested to see if there are any 'personalities' among them. The freshers have a new up setting experience coming to University.' They were the 'brains' at school, revered by younger pupils; indulged by parents and teachers. They come to University armed only with their geni us, immaturity and an over whelming ? self-conceit. This latter is soon taken away by their being treated as worse 'than dirt. They de velop inferiority complexes or worse, complete apathy towards the other students and their organisations;...

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