What was on in Durban July 16th 1965.

I received this picture of the page of the Daily News Friday 16th 1965 from Trevor Friend.

It would have been the middle of the July season so Durban would have been invaded from the north. Interesting to see that a whole page of the newspaper could be filled with what was on in Durban for your entertainment. I have cropped the whole page in two halves as it is rather large.

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  1. Ryan
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    Hi Gerald ,

    Like to pick your brain about Miller Weedon ,need some info or help in getting some …looking for my father

  2. Gerald Buttigieg
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    Hi Ryan
    I well remember Miller Weedon as a Travel Agency in Durban. I looked them up in 1968 Directory and it refers one to Associated Air Travel Bureau 3 Murchies Passage Durban (formerly Walton Travel) . However my late father in law told me he worked for Miller Weedon before signing up for WW2. The firm was called Miller Weedon & Carruthers Forwarding Agents 44 Point Road. This is the 1938 address. Later in 1968 they are listed as Shipping and Forwarding Agents First Floor Aliwal House 35 Aliwal Street. So an old firm with a long association with Durban. That’s about all I can help you with.

  3. Anne L Stowell
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    My cousin Frida Blumenberg had told me how she enjoyed working with your father when making the mosaic on the Terminal.

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