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Cabinet Decides On National Training Plan [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Cabinet Decides On National Training Plan CANBERRA , Thursday.— Federal Cab inet today decided to introduce a system of national military training. The Acting Prime Minister. (Mr. Fadden), announcing this tonight, said the scheme would be put into operation as soon as possible. Cabinet had before it the .re commendations of the Defence Council. I He said the .Chiefs of Staff ] had been summoned to Can- j berra tomorrow morning to con fer with members of Cabinet on | the earliest date when the scheme could be commenced. The ' major problem confront- | ing Cabinet in its discussions on compulsory' -training has been the shortage of army training camps. Large numbers of these camps have been turned over to migra tion purposes, but it is believed ; immigration authorities will | shortly be ? informed many of ! these fcamps , must be returned .for defence purposes. This will necessitate the Com- ' monwealth Government build ing new immigration centres or making other arrangements for the...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Canada Assigns Destroyers For Korean Service [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Canada Assigns Destroyers For Korean Service OTTAWA, Thursday (A.A.P.). — The Prime Minister (Mr. Louis St. Laurent) today announced that Canada has assigned three destroyers to the United Nations for service in Korea. The destroyers are the Cayugat Sioux and Athabaskan. They were due at Pearl Har bour late yesterday but arc re maining there only long enough to x'cfuel. Mr. St. Laurent said they had been assigned specifically for the Korean campaign and not for general use in the Pacific.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

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SCIENCE MEDAL FOR LORD BRUCE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

SCIENCE MEDAL FOR LORD BRUCE LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.). — Viscount Bruce, of Melbourne, was yesterday presented with the Chemical Industry Society's Messgl Medal for services to science. Lord Bruce, who is chairman of the World Food Board, told the society's annual meeting more food must be produced for the world's starving millions. 'There is growing- resentment, in some backward countries at the conditions they have to live under. The propaganda of those who would wreck all we stand for makes it imperative that this situation be remedied,' he added. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

NEW CARS & TRUCKS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE OR EARLY DELIVERY MORRIS MINOR TOURER MORRIS MINOR SALOON MORRIS OXFORD SALOON MORRIS UTILITIES AND PANEL VANS MORRIS 25/30cwt. TRUCKS MORRIS 3 & 5-ton PETROL TRUCKS Morris 3 & 5-ton diesel trucks AUTHORISED DEALERS: SOUTH COAST AGENCIES AND ACCESSORY SUPPLIES PTY. LTD. 75xMain Road, Thirroul PHONE: THIRROUL 112. ' \ ' '

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"Peace Talks" In Moscow [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

'Peace Talks' In Moscow WASHINGTON) Thursday (A.AiP.). — Britain is keeping the United States fully informed on her Korean War talks with Rus sia, the Secretary of State (Mr. Dean Aclieson) announced.' Mr. Acheson refused to 'specu- late' when asked at a Press con ference whether the Soviet Union 'might now want a 'prohibitive price' for a peaceful settlement. However he sharply criticised the Communist campaign to ob tain signatures for a 'peace pe tition' against the use of the atom bomb. ' The question of weapons was incidental to the crime of ag gression itself, he declared. Earlier Moscow , Radio re-, ported that in 10 days to last Monday 96 million Russians had signed the. Communist-sponsored Stockholm Peace Appeal to ban the atom bomb. Mr. Acheson said the Stock holm. appeal was a propaganda trick in the spurious peace offen sive of the Soviet Union.

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Union Officers Bar Seamen's Petition [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Union Officers Bar Seamen's Petition SYDNEY, Thursday. — Seamen's Union officials today refused to accept a petition signed by 181 Sydney seamen seeking a special meet - ing to discuss the union executive's ban on the transport of war mat erials to Korea. They claimed the petition was not in order because some of the seamen who had signed it had since left port. The signatures were collected by a. 'fireman, Mr. A. J. Stone,' who presented them at the Sea men's .Union office. Mr. Stone said' tonight he and his supporters would now ar range a meeting of Sydney-; sea men, at .the Miller's Point pick up centre at 9 a.m. tomorrow. ' He said a proposal would be put to the meeting demanding that the officials of the union re move the ban. The rules of the union provide that if 150 signatures are pre sented a meeting must be called. 'NOT ADMITTED' Mr. Stone, who was accom panied by two other members of the union, visited the union's office this afternoon. He spoke for several minutes throug...

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THE FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

THE FORECAST SOUTH-EAST DISTRICTS: Scattered showers along the coast and parts of the tablelands; cool morning; fog patches. Slight to moderate seas.

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8 Years' Gaol; Marlborough House Assault [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

8 Years' Gaol; Marlborough House Assault LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P. The '26-year-old Irish gardener who broke into the Condon home of Queen. Mary and as saulted the housekeeper' was gaoled for eight years at the The gardener, Gerald O'Brien, who was employed in one of the Royal parks, raided Marl borough House last month. He was captured in the base ment.

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Spirited Bidding At Unanderra Livestock Sale [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Spirited Bidding At Unanderra Livestock Sale A total of 326 calves and a few porker pigs were yarded and sold, at the Unanderra live stock sales on Tuesday. Bidding was spirited and prices remained high through out. The sale was well attended by Duyers ; representing several master butchers and meat .'com panies'. from both Wollongong and the metropolitan area; A' general summary of prices realised is as' follows: Vealers, £7/4/6 to £12/0/6; prime bobbies, £3/1/6 to £4/14/6 ; good bobbies, £1/17/6 to £2/19/6; medium bob bies, . 14/6 to £1/15/6; ? under weights from 4/; porker pigs, £7/2/6 to £7/8/6.

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PROMOTION FOR ALY KHAN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

PROMOTION FOR ALYKHAN CANNES, Thursday( (A.A.P.). Prince Aly Khan has, been pro moted Officer (Military Division) of- the Legion of Honour for meritorious conduct' during the Allied ' landing in the south of. France in August, 1944. He accompanied the British forces as liaison officer with the rank of captain.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

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Lamotta Retains Title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Lamotta Retains Title NEW YORK Thurs. (A-A.P.). —World middleweight champion Jake Lamotta produced the most polished . boxirig . of his career last night ? to retain his crown with a points win over Italy's Tiberic Mitri. . Both men appeared tired at the end of the 15 rounds but Lamotta was given the decision by . an unanimous vote. Mitri, who previously had not been'-'' beaten in 53 professional engagements, finished with his right eye almost closed. Lamotta had to carry most of the fight to the challenger but was never in danger of being downed himself arid the referee, awarded him 12 of the 15 rounds. One judge voted nine to Lamotta and six to the chal lenger, and another gave La motta eight and Mitri seven. ' . A crowd of 16,369 paid 99,841 dollars (£44,125) to, see the fight for which Lamotta was a 10/7 favourite. SYDNEY, Thursday. — Promis- ing apprentice Barry Moon broke two small bones in his right foot in a fall and will not ride again for three pr four weeks. . . He will '...

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RATCLIFFE HAS 'FLU [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

RATCLIFFE HAS 'FLU SYDNEY, Thursday.— Gordon Ratcliffe has been ordered to bed with influenza and will not be able to p|ay for England in the Rugby League match against New South Wales on Saturday. The English teanii however, Will be strengthened by the re 'turn of right-winger Roy Pol lard. Pollard dislocated a collar bone early in the tour, but was passed medically fit yesterday. Ratcliffe looked the logical choice to replace Jack Hilton on 'K,,i -Dnllo^/1 i c nmv likeiy to fiil the gap. The English, managers were not keen to rush Pollard in so soon, but Ratcliffe's illness is certain to alter their plans.

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Patterson's Easy Win [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Pattersons Easy Win!* vf LONDON, Thursda^M&fcP^r ? — Australia's Syd Patterson, world amateur sprint champion, easily won the Cycling Grand Prix of London at Heme Hill last night. He defeated Ffepc^' *nmn Maurice Verdeun and Hol-i land's Jan Hljelendoorn with two clear-cut victories in the final match.

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Police Say Bus Did Not Stop [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Police Say Bus Did Not Stop A. SYDNEY, Thursday.— A police witness said today the bus -from which it is believed two young women fell to their death at Byde on June 5 'had failed to stop at a compulsory stop. The witness, giving evidence at a departmental inquiry or dered by the Minister for Trans port (Mr. Sheahan) said the conductor of the bus had ad mitted this. On Friday the Parramatta District .Coroner (Mr. Kersley) returned a finding of accidental death on Mrs. Sarah Gloria Blowes, 18, and Elizabeth Gwen doline MCCabe, 19, both of Car coar, -N.S.W. Mr. ' Kersley found that the women apparently had 'boarded the wrong bus and were killed when attempting to get off. ? Det.-Sgt: A. L. Windsor, of the C.I.B. Motor Squad, said the conductor, Vincent John Slade, had admitted his bus had not stopped at the com pulsory stop near where the women .were killed. Slade had also said he did not think it possible ' fop the two women, to be on the1 'bus without- his know ledge. ' The -Coroner ...

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LEGION OFFICIAL ARRESTED; BRISBANE DEMONSTRATION [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

LEGION OFFICIAL ARRESTED; BRISBANE DEMONSTRATION BRISBANE, Thursday.— Police today arrested the State Secre tary of the Legion of ExService men and Women (Mr. D. J. Eaton) following an anti-war demonstration in Adelaide Street at midday. Knton wns rhn rp-prl with dis orderly conduct and released on 10/ bail to appear at the Police Court tomorrow morning. Police also took the names of several men and women. The demonstration, which took place at Anzac Square, halted lunch-time traffic and more thanl 1000 people lined both sjdes of the street and the park frontage. Earlier, members pf the Queensland Peace Council dis tributed pamphlets from Anzac Square. I About midday a deputation of eight men and four women headed by the president of the Queensland Peace Council (Mr. Walter. Collins) tried to inter view the Minister for the. Army (Mr. Francis) at his office near Anzac Square. ? They were told Mr. Francis was in Canberra and when they asked for the Acting Prime Min ister (Mr. Fadden)...

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CHILD'S DEATH AFTER DRINK FROM BOTTLE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

CHILD'S DEATH: AFTER DRINK FROM BOTTLE SYDNEY, Thursday. — A three year-old girl who drank some poisonous liquid from a sauce bottle found in the backyard of her home, died early this morn ing on the way to hospital. . ' Her ' brother and sister, who also drank from the bottle, are in Canterbury District Hospital under observation, but their condition is not serious. The dead child was Sandra Eileen Holston, of Avoca Street, Banjtstown. She was with her : fouryear old sister, Anne Elizabeth, and six-year-old brother, John Charles, when they found the sauce bottle. According to police, each drank some of the brownish black liquid in the bottle. About G30 p.m. Sandra became ill and was -taken to a nearby doctor. She appeared to recover and re turned home. About 10 p.ni. she became ill again, and' was rushed to hos pital by ambulance, but was dead on arrival. -.The other two children were taken to hospital when they ber gan to voinit. Police have sent the bottle to the Government Analy...

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HIGHER RATE FOR DOUBLERS AT LYSAGHTS REFUSED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

HIGHER RATE FOR DOUBLERS AT LYSAGHTS REFUSED SYPNEY, Thursday. — Mr Justice Cantor, in .the Industrial Commission) refused an applica tion: by the Federated Iron workers' A s s o c i a t i o n, New South Wales Division, for an in crease in the present rate for doubters employed under tho Galvanised Iron Manufacturers' (Lys^ght's Works P.ty. . Ltd,, Port: Kembla) Award.' ; : The 'Association claimed, that in accordhnce - with the decision of .the Commission in . respect of margins generally in the iron and . steel -and ' fissociated in dustry awards, arid' the group ing agreed upon by the parties, the .proper margin for doublers at .the 2;high stand was 35/- per week, ihstoa^ of 27/-. His lfonaur said the awgxS ?plainly fixed 'the rate for doubs lers, and obviously the only pos sible interpretation was that it wfts ^he rate to be paid until altered by an appropriate order. rHe therefore rejected tho cljiim on this gx-ound. SECOND APPLICATION His Honour then dealt' with a further ? ap...

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