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Police patrols watch homes
pOLICIÍ cars will patrol past the homes of
two football officials at Brunswick and Clifton Hill in the next few days following
threats to bomb the homes.
The patrols will walch the Clifton Hill home (above) of Mr. Dick Abikhair, m Heidelberg rd. He is roach of the Carlton Rovers in the Sunday Amateur Football League.
They will also patrol the home of Mr. W. II. Lin nin g t o n, League s c cretary, in McFar land st., Bruns
i>. Aitlivti vu. wirk.
On Wi'diiosd.u a man and a 1111111,111 rang Mr IJnningtoii and Uti en l cncd to shoot lum and bomb his house
Yeslcida> Miss Maude Abikhair answcicd the telephone at her bl other's home in Clifton Hill, and
a \01ce boomed
"Hullo' Your house is the nc\l to lie bombed '
It «as the thud threat made to pet sons con- nected with Sunday Ama- te 111 Football
Carlton Rmcis ha\c won nine out of their last 10 games since Abik- hair took o\cr Coaching