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Can inspect Vengeance
EMGHTEEN thousand-ton ?L-1 aircraft carrier HMAS Vengeance will be open for oublic insoection at the
BHP Hamilton Wharf be tween 2 pm and 4.30 pm to-day and to-morrow. Her master (Captain H. M. Bun-el) yesterday warned intending visitors: 'Do not smoke on board.' The Navy spokesman said that the Venceance vester
rtay loaded 3o,000 gallons of volatile, high octane, aviar tion spirit. The spokesman said the ^Javy had prepared for housands of visitors to the Vengeance. 'Safety ship' The Vengeance berthed in Brisbane early yesterday after exercising off the Queensland coast. She will sail on Monday for the South Tasman Sea, where she will act as safety fihip for planes completing the last leg of the London Christchurch air race. Captain Burrel said the carrier would be stationed midway between Tasmania and Chrlstchurch between midnight next Friday and midday Sunday, She would supply meteoro logical reports for the rac ing aircraft.