www.MelbourneObserver.com.au Melbourne Observer - Wednesday, July 23, 2008 - Page 11 Across Latest Gossip To The Max Melbourne Observer Spree Victoria Global warming sceptics All Wheels Show & Shine ■ Fascinating to see Australia’s two leading MAX ■ The Rotary Club of Cobram is holding an All spiritual figures come Wheels Show and Shine at the Cobram Show- out with statements grounds from 9am-2pm on Sunday, August 10. A sceptical about climate swap meet will held from 6am, and a $500 farm change. ■ New mum Cor- bike challenge will be held. The challenge includes Cardinal George Pell rina Farquhar, 21, driving, balance and precision, camp, speed event and broadcaster Derryn told Police she and a whipcracking course. The final event will Hinch are both voicing went on a crime be campdrafting sheep, with no dogs allowed. scepticism about the no- spree to escape Contact Adrian Bennett on 5873 4267. tion. from looking after “I myself am a little her infant child and Trespassers on farm land bit of a sceptic, but that means I’m open to evi- to get an “adrena- line rush”. She left ■ Letter-to-the-editor writer Beverly Veale of dence,” said Australia’s her infant with a Glenburn reports that North-South Pipeline Catholic leader. babysitter anf workers trespassed on her family farm property, “I’m a bit of a sceptic broke into cars and and also a neearby holding. She says the three about the claim that hu- ● George Pell garages in the people had not sterilised their boots in the time man activity is likely to Delacombe neigh- between the two properties, presenting the dan- to produce a man-made catastrophe,” Cardinal Pell bourhood, Ballarat ger of cross-contamination, especially when there said. Court has been was a danger of Johne’s Disease. Hinch is hitching his wagon to the Andrew Bolt told. She has been - YEA CHRONICLE school of doubt. placed on a com- Meanwhile, the CSIRO has released a study with munity-based or- Thug scores prison term predictions of increased temperatures for specific Victorian regions and towns. It can be viewed at: der, and ordered to pay $440 compen- ■ Christopher Folima, 24, of Emma Ave, Warr- www.climatechange.vic.gov.au sation. nambool, is to spend six months in jail after breaching an intensive corrections order, received after he launched a savage attack on a man he Glick’s bakery rolled Neglect did not know. Folima explained the attack to Max@MelbourneObserver.com.au ■ Glick’s Bakery looks like being knocked back from Police: “No real reason. I just have a problem when Every Wednesday in the Observer Chadstone Shopping Centre, reports Ashley Browne ■ A NSW farming people stare at me.” of The Australian Jewish News. identity Paul - WARRNAMBOOOL STANDARD “There are only two types of journalism - dull “The board of Colonial First State, the Austra- Hamilton has journalism and exciting journalism. The true been sentenced to journalism is exciting and decidely unobjective. lian investment company that is the majority owner a minimum 17- Jail over ambo theft True journalism, in my view, is devoted entirely to the revelation of facts which someone does of the centre, is believed to have shunned the Jew- ish bakery because it would not have opened on month jail term af- ■ Dean Vimpani, 27, of Mitchell St, of Berrigan not want revealed. That is the high point of Saturdays and Jewish holidays.” ter being found to has been refused bail as he appealed against a journalism; it is the real meaning of being a have neglected 15-month jail sentence after stealing needles, sy- journalist; it is also exciting and is interesting to “They were the ones who first approached us to thousands of ringes and drugs from the Finley ambulance sta- read.” - Maxwell Newton open at the centre,” said Nathan Glick. cows, horses and tion. Vimpani was also sought on offences al- goats while boss of Observer Larry Noye Melbourne leged to have occurred at Sydney, Claymore and Starrate Pty Ltd, a Tuross Head. biotechnology Plans for 90th birthday party - BORDER MAIL company. The RSPCA discovered starving and de- $800 fine for drug offences ceased animals on ■ Matthew John O’Connor, 37, of Wimmera St, the property near Dimboola, told Police that he used cannabis for ■ A 90th birthday party orters’ group lists a brisk Junee. medical and social purposes. O’Connor’s home is being arranged for Don round of social events. was checked by Police after an incident at Ararat Henderson, a Bulldog They began with an Jack Santa Railway Station where he was intoxicated and abused staff. Magistrate Andrew Capell said: “You’ rickman of World War II years. venet for Barwon sup- porters after the gala Collins re likely to drift back into trouble and if you do His daughter, Jan Geelong game last Sat- you will be incarcerated.” Seal, is interested in urday; and include at Mul- ■ On the very evening - WIMMERA MAIL-TIMES hearing from friends of grave Country Club to- preceding the Western yesteryear, wishing to day (Wed.); at East Lake Bulldogs’ legends dinner Dream location for power attend. It will be from 12 Football Club, Canberra on the evening at 6pm of (see Page 41), legend Jack Colins died. ■ East Gippsland could follow the Latrobe Val- Noon on Sunday, August He had taken ill at his ley as part of a “dream location” for geothermal 10. the match against home at Werribee and power generation in Australia. The resource has Henderson played Sydney in Canberra on died not long afterwards. only 11 games with ● Larry Noye Sunday afternoon, Au- the potential to supply 30 per cent of Australia’s ‘Collo’ was brother power needs. Footscray, when an shine. He also coached gust 3; at a Kangaroo of Alan Collins, a fine ■ Melbourne staff - BAIRNSDALE ADVERTISER RAAF member about sunshine club to Metro- Point hotel in Queens- forward flanker who agency, Westaff, is 1944. His career was re- politan and Footscray land at 6pm the evening once kicked nine goals in placing ads in local a game for the Bulldogs Attacker locked up called 30 years later when a local paper District League flags. He served Legacy before the match against Brisbane at the Gabba in the World War II years, newspapers, seek- ing people to fill the ■ kevin Valli, 53, of Bendigo, used the terms headed an article “The and Deer Park Lions on August 16; at a simi- and of Bobbie, a role of Santa Claus ‘maggot’, ‘dog’ and ‘slut to describe a woman he day Don donged Dyer”. Club. Mrs Seal wel- lar match in Adelaide at ruckman in later years,’ this summer. had been living with temporarily. Valli threw fur- Henderson joined comes inquiries on 9826 6pm the evening befopre He was a clever The jolly men niture at the walls of a Long Gully house. “You the police Force and be- 0202. a match against player, who played full- can earn more than have a lot of bagge on your prior history sheet,” came a Sergeant in turn Adelaide tehre on Satur- forward in the 1954 pre- $20 an hour, Max said Magistrate Tim McDonald, imposing a one- at Footscray and Sun- day, August 30 mier team and kicked a understands. month jail sentence. Big bounce The club will stage a then-very-high seven goals in the flag team ‘Big Bounce’ Grand Final - BENDIGO ADVERTISER ■ The Charles Sutton Medal for 2008 will be Eve lunch from 12 Noon that beat Melbourne. Jack was in turn Sec- No show Drunk driver hit 165-kmh presented for the Bull- dogs’ best player on to 3.30pm on Friday, Sep- tember 26 at the Medal- retary and President of the club after retiring and ■ Soldier James Grigor, 35, has ■ Daniel John Vanzetta, 22, formerly of Tuesday, September 30. list Bar, Telstra Dome. was made a forward failed to appear at Daylesford, hit speeds of 165-kmh when he drove Cost is from $250. Be prepared for a big pocket in Footscray’s Wodonga Court to on the Western Fwy, Myrniong, with three mates Last year’s winner was bounce in one’s pocket - Team of The Century. defend a charge of as passengers. Vanzetta initially refused to pull Brian Lake. cost is $225. Simon Beasley was full- possessing child over. He blew .093. Placed on a bond, he was Dog Tales, a 12-page Inquiries for most forward. pornography. A fined $350, and disqualified for 18 months. colour publication pro- events with the club, Collins was not bench warrant has - BALLARAT COURIER ● Don Henderson duced by the club supp- phone 9680 6103. elected as a legend. been issued.