VH-TOK  Mooney M.20E Super 21                                    (c/n  424)


                                      This Mooney was at Moorabbin in 1964.  Photo from the Bob Neate collection.   It was first
                                      registered in Australia to Kingsford Smith Flying Service of Bankstown on 11 September 1964
                                      (ex N6631R).  In September 1968 it was re-registered to VH-REM when acquired by Robin
                                      Elizabeth Miller* .

                                      * Robin Miller was an Australian aviatrix and nurse who died of cancer at the age of 35.  She was
                                         given the nickname "Sugar Bird Lady" by the Aboriginal children of the outback since she provided
                                         polio vaccines to them in the form of sugar cubes.  She used this aircraft (as VH-REM) to provide
                                         medical aid to remote communities.