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In Canberra Today AUSTRALIA UNITED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

* UBolEWTTJI!!! I KEUIrlr (From Our Columnist in Parliament House) AUSTRALIA UNITED . Australia is unanimous that a third World Whr must be prevented. Federal Parliaments, emergency session of only a few hours did more to impress foreign diplomats in Canberra with the workings of our democratic Parlia ment than any other event for a long time. Expecting fireworks from the i Labor Opposition after the bit- ; terness.,. about, the Communist Party Dissolution Bill, the diplo mats .from the United States of America, France arid the Philip pines leanec),. forward when, La bor Leader Ben Chifley, with his foot on the chair and his left arm ori his raised, knee, declar ed 'I want to make it . perfectly clear .we support the Govern-, ment ori this matter.', S'o unanimous . 'were ' the speeches, that the .Parliament dispersed 'without a' ^vision arid the ^Government now . hsLs a clear ' Parliamentary ^ authority to press forward with /its siipr ..p'ort^ofV^e^Mito^'^mi^ht of the United Nation...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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WESTS MUST WIN OVER BROTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

WESTS MUST WIN OVER V-BRGIHSRS ';Wests play Brothers at Fig tree -tomorrow afternoon In a match, the result of which could possjbly take them into the final ? foiir of the competition. They should ' be capable of downing the - College side. There is little possibility bf cither. Wollongong or Port Kem bla- being beaten this round but Thirroul, Corrimal and vypif' are having a grand tus sle. , for the remaining two posi tions in the' final four. ''After- last week's matches Thlirroul (10) is leading Corri mal' by one point with Dapto a further point away. Wests are another point behind in sixth position. If -d'iiirroul beats Dapto and Corrimal is downed by Port Kembla, then a win for the Fig-, tree team -would bring them up .to the. isame rung of the compe tition ladder as Corrimal, in fifth' ? place, This would give them an excellent chance of making the semi finals. V- Wests ' should be capable of be^tin^r Brothers, although in the; first round they held the oome;team until five mi...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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RELIGION IN LIFE IS THE CHURCH NECESSARY? [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

RELIGION IN LIFE IS THE CH URCH NECESSARY? (Bu Rev. H. V. Bdvrattj B.A., Corriihai-Balgowiiie Presbyterian QhaFg'e.) 'IS the Church Necessary?' Here is a, question that is continu ally cropping tip in these , days when the position of the Church is being questioned by the competing philosophies of the present time. There are folk today who'-wUt-ask'- jj$u-iii. Ml ? senousnc^s '/$ the Church real ly hecessctry ?' It is irtbt sufficient togive them an affirmative answer. They, want some proof of its I value . and necessity., In any ocase, too, -you, and I need to know, just what we mean by the Church; for many things have combined to obscure the: New Testament vision in our. time. There are rriariy ^helpfui'relig- ious- societies -.which work apart from the organised v Church; there are iriany divisions into isolated ? denominations of the Church as we know it; there is the unthinking ex'aggeration of the ^faults^and .failings .of the or ganised Church fre'adily .brought to light by'h...

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Wife Saver [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

[?] A good-sized powder puff is a help m dusting flour on bread board or rolling pii. The puff may bo kept in 'he flour pan su .t will be nhvpvs ready for snrvicn Mimaar— '?v—

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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AUSTRALODDITIES PARKES. THE POET [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

[?] [?] ! PARK ES, THE POET Gir Henry Parkes regarded himself as a born poet. One of his 'poems' dedicated in all seriousness to his wife, reads: . I would not change my rag ged Jane For all the peacock ladies go ing- . She knows the way to banish paih: What she don't kno'w is not worth knowincj.' TRUE FLIERS . ^ The f ruit-bat;_ or flying fox, is the scourge of fruit -farmers. Bats are the mammals capable of true flight. Specimens have been deliberately blinded, had their fur painted with varnish, their ears stopped with wax, and strong smelling substances Smeared on their noses, yet they have flown in the dark . arid avoided all obstructions. They have been seen 200 mile's out at sea. MOVING WARRAGAMBA With a truck and a home: mads trailer, a contractor is moving .the township of :Warrk gamba to a new site two miles away. The contractor, Mr H. Fclstcad, and two employee's, are shifting a house a. day. They load them on to the trailer with-, out e\-en moving the furniture. The aver...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Mystery Of The Extra Children [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Mystery Of The. Extra Children (By an A:A.P: Correspondent ' ... ? in Manila) ? All aliens born .-.in ..the \ Philip-, pines must now have valid, irti-, migration permits; . ; » ibonid a oregriant foreign' womsin leave' abroad she .needs nht bnlv a re-entry .permit' for herself Hut also one for the un born child. . '. Question now is what happens to the 'extra infants 'if the wo man has twins, or triplets. J iooR on that nian as happy,' who,; when theft is 'questidn. of success, looks into his work for a reply; : ? — Eriierson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

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Mougin Fight Not So Profitable for Dawson [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Mougin Fight Not So Profitable for Dawson '?SYDNEY, Friday.— American .: Freddie Dawson will receive considerably less for his fight against Jean Mougin on July 31 'than he did when he met Jack Jlkssen. Ringside seats for Dawson's next fight will be £2 and women will be ' admitted half-price.' When Dawson met Hassen, ringside seats were £3 and'there ' was. no concession.

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Thirroul, Dapto At Thirroul [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Thirroul 9 Dapto At Thirroul In what might be termed the ' second match of the day' , Dapto meet Thirroul , at Thirroul. Either side could win. Thirroul and Dapto have two i completely different previews,, one for a wet day and the other for a game played under normal conditions. If the weather proves to be svet, Dapto, which is a 10 points better team under such condi tions, can be given an excellent chance, but If the day Is fine and the ground permits open football to be played, Thirroul ? ?ould, undoubtedly, be the pop Mar elect. The 'Butchers' are a past the post proposition, according to Thirroul supporters who claim, on their home ground they in variably down their opposition. A win for Thirroul would al most certainly place them amongst the four semi-finalists. The home team will be at its top .tomorrow as both Vic Soper sind Bruce Smith return to the side after being out owing to i sickness. Smith, ' who will lead ' the team to play the English men on Wednesday, has now re ...

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Port Should Account For Corrimal On Showground [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Port Should Account For Corrimal On Showground Competition leaders, Port Kembla, win iiave everything in their favour tomorrow when they play Corrimal at the W ollongong Showground. When hese two teams clashed in the first round at headquarters, spectators left ihe ground disappointed. Corrimal was defeated 32-4. Although Corrimal has im- . proved during the past six weeks, they have little hope of tossing the ''Black and Whites.' The best League fans can hope ror is a more even game. On. paper there does not ap pear a team on the Coast cap able of removing Port Kembla from the top rung of the com petition table. This side stands out far above il other clubs and if beaten at 1 during the current football ?-.eason it will probably come about during the final or grand Inal. Corrimal is a young and com ing side, but a club needs more han youth alone to toss a well .oached, well conditioned and ?.eady team of footballers as is he opposition tomorrow. With Leo Hurley raking in ex cellent...

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Letters to the Editor Ramifications of Communism [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

[?] Ramifications of Coiiiniiimsin SIR. — The Communist Party s gioating over the defeat bf the Communist Party Dissolution Bill. In Australia, the ramifications -f Communism extend to every ?omponent part of our political, 'ducational, social and economic ?.rganism, . but, basically, the trehgth of the Fifth Column s centred in the trades unions, nd it is no accident that major .-Mention has been given to riidris covering coal, steel and ?lipping— all so vital to the de 3rice of the Commor.V.vealth. The responsibility of eradicat ig Cbmmunist control of trades j inibns is one that cannot baj ;elegated to governments — it is | 'Ours and mine. It is the re sponsibility of all trades union .sts.; Communist power in the trades 1 unions is attributable partiaiiy j -o thfe apathy of the average , jnioriist. Due to lack of leader- j hip and organisation, and in j :ace of Communist intimidntiin, | :iahy rank and file unionists. 1 'isappointed by repeated de feats, . have deserted the fiaht...

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Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND St. Michael's, Wollongong [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND St. Michael's, Wollongong 8 a.m., Holy Corrimutilpri; il a.rii., Mbrnilig Grayer itiid Holy Comnniiiion; 7.15 p.m., Evening Prayer. I-I. G. S Begbie; B.A., Kecttir. St. Alban's, Cnh-imal 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 10.45 a.m., Moi-nihg l4aytir; 7.i5 p.rii., ^Evening Prayer. St. Paul's; Fairy IVIeattbw: 6.30 p.m., Evening Prayer. De dication of new foilt tb tiie late Mrs. Tubman, St.' Altlan's, Balgownie 6.30 p.m., Evening Prayer, St. -Mark's, Crown Street 8 a.m., Holy 'Communion; 9.30 a.m., Sunday School; 11 a.ni., Holy Communion; 3.30 ij.m.;- Con- firmation Class; 7.15 p.m., Even ing Prayer; Wednesday, July 19, 8 p.m.; Coriflrmatidn Service, Bishop' Pil cher. St. .jblin's, Kciravllle . 9.15 a.m.: Hofy Commiihiph; 10.30 a.m., Sunday School. Rev. J. Richards, Th.L., Rector. METHODIST CHURCH Woilbngoiig Circiilt Wollongong: 11 a.m., Dr. ,C. Irving Benson, D:D. bf .Wesley Church. Melbourne. , .Servicfe broadcast by courtesy A.B.C. .on' 2BL; 7.15 p.m., Dr. C. Irvi...

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Mayor's Flood Appeal Swells To £2,236-17-3 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

£2 ^236^1 / -3 With a donation of £.9 00 as the result of xi direct Appeal by the Wollongong Apex Club, and one of £75 from the staff and nianagemjeiit &f Marjbr Friicks, of Crown Street, Woilon gong, the Mayors Flood Distress Appeal litis risen to £2^236/17/3. In a letter accompahying a cHeiqiie for S200 (previously 'ac khowledged) Metal Manufactu rers c(f Port kembla itated tHe gesture bf rndking the donation through the district fund Wo'Uid be appreciaied by employees and i-esideiicc as a gesture of good yvjll riot only, to those adversely ajff.ecte'd by .the flood, but. also to t,hisc district, home of their in dustries. . , ' Employees as well -as the com pany will participate in the thanks of those. .adversely af fected by the floods on the North 'fcJbast. .-?Further donations arc: A m'o tin. t ;;,previously . j,: acknowledged ? 1112 12 3 Apex Direct Appeal ? 900 0 0 Mrs. -E. Parker, Fig , ;tree~.... ? ? 1 0 ? 0 feSrfiffidi 'R.S.D; Wo men's Auxiliary ? 1.17 6 Piqneer. ...

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U.K. Doctors Withdraw From Health Service [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

U.E.' Doctors Health Serykfe ' i LONDON, Friday (A.A.P.) .f-t Foiir. hundred delegates, repre-. senting GO, 000 doctors through-., out Britain- yesterday pledged their support for the move^to. withdraw*. from the, ..National, Health Service. . : This decisibn was iiiade at the fiririual riieeting of the Britisli Medical Association yesterday. The doctors stamped the, floor iii approval when the National Health; Service was described as showing 'every sign of being the most costly and complete fiasco in bur.sbCiai his'tory'. D.bctor Halo-White, of London, said doctors . were being turned into form-filling drudges and the Health Service wis iri a mess arid getting worse. The doctors; however, were warned they could not withdraw from the service without giving notice to the Ministry of Labour,, which rnight resort to compuH sbry arbitration.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

THE SALVATION ARMY The Citadel, Keira Street, Wol longong: 11 a.m. -and ,7 .p.m., Major and Mrs. G. Everifct; , F)R. EDGAR SAINTON, Alis-' . tralia's brilliant . MuslciaH, will be the Gtic$t Conductor, Grand Orchestral Concert; Civic Theatre, MONDAY; 17TH JULY Reservations at MacAndrew's.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

[?] Ido you ONE OUT OF 6V6RY FIVE I 2\ TONS OF COAL MINED IN \ ' N-S-W- IS NEEDED BY AUSTRALIA'S RAILWAY . . . SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ' RAILWAYS NEED 8,000 TONS'OF N-S-W- COAL EACH WEEK— THAT (5 2,000 TONS A WEEK MORE THAN WAS SUPPLIED IN 1949 . - A FULL DAYS FRODUCnON FROM THE WHOLE NORTH- j§ Hk. ERN FIELD WOULD ONLY DRIVE N-S-W- TRAINS FOR' 1 SSSH^s ONE WEEK. 70 FREIGHT LOCOS HAVE HAD TO BE 1 igggfll CONVERTED TO OIL FUEL BECAUSE COAL SUPPUES 1 HA B6EN^ INSU FFICiENT. ^ ^ -3 ... VICTORIAN RAI I NEED 900.0 TONS OF N-S-W- 1 mo TO IMPORT SO.OOOTONS^^^^^-'!^!^^®, ^ 1 OF EXPENSIVE OVERSEAS COAL ~ ' V \ 'V i BECAUSE SUPPLIES FROM N-S-W- WERE INADEQUATE. | ....WEST AUSTRALIAN AND ? ? J TASMANIAN RAILWAYS ALSO DEPEND — ^ X /»Jl§SPfe ? I ON THE f^-S W- COAL MI N £R . DURING 1950 AUSTRALIAN kAILWAYS WILL NEED 2,624,000 TONS OF N-S-W-' COAL -MORE THAN THE ENTIRE i PRODUCTION, OF TH6 WESTERN FIELC-, ITHOUTTHIS GOALTHEY CANNOT MAINTAIN AN EFFICIENT SERVICE TO THE 1 PRIMARY PRODUCER, TO I N P TR V ( ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Today's Theatre Programmes CROWN, Wollongong Reserve's: Telephone 186. 8 P.M. MATINEE 2 P.M. SAVOY* Wollongong Reserves: Telephone 118. 140 P.M. ^TllAND, Corrimal Reserves: Telephone Corrimal 50. 7.45 P.M. MATINEE 2 P.M. ROYAL, Bulii Reserves: Tel. Thirroul 61. KING'S, Thirroul . . Reserves: Tel. Tliirroul 234. 7.45 p.m. $. ii \ . Matinfee 1.30 p.ni; Royal .Theatre Matinee 2 p;m.. King's Theatre. WHITEWAYi Pt Kembla ' Reserves: -Tel. Port Kembla 117. 7.45 P.M. ' -!♦♦{?*?***$**?**}**$?*$? -i- »***.' -*?* ^*4- ^ NOW SHOWING AT THE CIVIC Twice Daily: 1.30 p.m., 7.30 p.m. JUNE HAVER. RAY BOLGER-in LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING (G) (Techn.). ALEXIS .SMITH. ROBERT ,- DOUGLAS ,in ... DECISION OF CHRISTOPHER BLAKE '(G) JUNE HAVER. RAY BOLGER. In LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING '.(G) (Techn.) , ALEXIS- SMITH. ROBERT DOUGLAS in -. DECISION OF CHRISTOPHER BLAKE (G) JUNE HAVER. RAY. BOLGER , in LOOK FOR THE SILVER . LINING. (G) (Techn.) , : ALEXIS. SMITH. ROBERT DOUGLAS In DECISION OF CHRISTOPHER BLAKE...

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Labour Council "Condemns" Action In Korea [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

LaKour Council 'Condemns' Action In Korea A' resolution carried unanim ously by the South Coast Trades iind Labour Council at Wednes day .night's meeting condemned -tho American action in Korea as 'blatant interference in :Kbrea's internal affairs.' RfepiiQiating the sta.ntl taken by the A.C.T.U. in supporting the action, the council . 'dc- inanded' the withdrawal of Aus tralian and American troops. ^ Submitting his resolution to Council, the . sefcretary (Mr. Les Mull In) cited statumonts testify ?ing to ''the fact thn,t tho present ?Korofth situation is a result of Ameijicaiiriiisplred and organised provocation'. . . , . He said corifusioh on the is ?Siie.-.'jvvlthiH ' the trades, union Triovement rhad been 'broughl about by the distortion of the Press-jthe \ Government, anc their, ^tpoges'. ;Mr. . Mullin urged the council ;to. carry .the motion, unanimously apd^.to 'piay its full part in the struggle ; against the war .liiipjigersV: The. resolution passed by the -council; said th...

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The Stars Foretell [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

[?] (By 'Libra.') CANtER MONTH. ---Your best week ill the cycle. fe FOR' ALL.— A good week, particularly from, -July 1 6. LUCKY NUMBER.- luly 15. Six. ARIES— Mar. 21 to April 20: Although the week-end is poor' -psonie have too many, home jobs to do— the' week conitnen cing July 16 is good for specula tion, woric arid all affairs in volving others, partners, friends, etc. Your bright ideas help you considerably. ★ ★ TAURUS— Apl. 21 to May 21: Family affairs are a little up setting at the week-end and yet from July 16 home conditions greatly improve. Best day to invest is July 19. Best partner iii hiclc, Canbor. You should have, a financial uplift this week. * ' * ' GEMINI— May 22 to June 2i: It. would not be surprising if you gained arid , all your friends lost on July 14., This is your best week for some time to add tb youi- possessions. It is riot money but that which money will biiy that interests you this week. A soiind idea. * * CANCER— June 22 to July 22: Friday, 14 is a lucky ...

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