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LOCAL & GENERAL RED CROSS BALL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
LOCAL & GENERAL RED CROSS BALL The above, held tills year under Uv.-. r.uf pices of the Old Time Dance Cl'ib. was a great success. The large ci'ov.d present was loud in its praise of the splendid way in which U'.e ball v. is carrijd out. Mr. Loutitt, president uf the Old Time Dance Club./ in welvmmng the Mayor and^MnfyOress. .said il was a great pleasure to be associated . with the Red Cross 'Society in this effort. Mrs. ounkley. presidi -r.i of the Red Cross Society, thanked the club for sponsoring tha' ball. and for their valued assistance at all times; alsc those present for their patronage. The Mayor. Aid. Des. straiton. thsn efficiaiiy opened the bail, .speaking ill eulogistic terms cf the marvellous work for charity by tlv: club, which had been in existence !ijj- -ver eleven years. The Red Cross Society, as everyone knows, was still in need of funds to tare for the .si:l: and wound ed and their dependants. The profit will be in tlie vicinity of i'60. due to the untilin...
COOTAMUNDRA PARISH NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
coGTAMi:.\b:;.\ parish notes A general meeting of parishoners, cn| 19th June, approved- in principle ? die i prcpcsals for the , renovation and ex- 1 tension of Christ Church', decided to' launch an appeal for £5000, and ap pointed a committee to prepare ex planatory literature. The proposed improvements , do not involve the I demolition' cf the present church.' 'I he Recur will be on holiday for al most the whole of July. During hi.; absence the parish will be in the charge of tlie Rev. W. H. Chamberlain, a priest of leng and wide experience. Mr. Chamberlain will be living at the rcctory. and the normal work of the parish will be carried on as usual. Mr. Chamberlain, who lately returned frr.m England, offered to address the Guild and Young Anglicans on the subject. 'Life in England Today.' The dates will be advertised. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain are) warmly welcomed to the parish. I BctV.unyra; The annual church tall was the most successful for many year:;. Proceeds were -T-2. The se...
JUNIOR RED CROSS DIRECTOR VISITS COOTAMUNDRA [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
JUNIOR HEI- L'KOSS DIRECTOR . VISITS COOTAMUNDRA Miss Elizaeth Larke, recently ap-| pointed Director of the Junior Red Cross in N.S.W.. was the week-end guest of Col. and Mrs. Ogle. Mlss| Larke has seen years of service as a social wellarc officer of the Red , Cross in the Middle East, England, u:d Ntw Guinea and had many in tcivHliui; experience.; to relate of her wuii; ranimysi the sick and wounded and prisoners of war. I Miss Larke ndrrssed the children of the Htoli Sehooi. Secondary, and In lants' (icpartmeiits. yesterday. Alt-'i'| telilitg oi same of her war-time ex- j periences. she stressed tlie necessity , lor tlie work of '.lie J.R.C. to continue lo hoi,) the children of ex-servicemen, for v.liotu holiday homes are being! maintained — two on the Blue Moun- ? tains. ni:d two at the seaside, whilst! a new Home is beinis established shortly at Turrainttrra. i 'lite J.R.C. also provides warm! clothing in necessitous cases, and, j ; where needed, nourishing foods such I as miik....
YOUNG SHOW SCHEDULES [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
YOUNG SHOW SCHEDULES I Readers are advised that they can obtain a copy of the schedule of the Young show to be held on 3rd and 1th September .by sending a note to the secretary. P.O. Box 5, Young. A com prehensive schedule has been pre pare:!. £500 being offered. The prize list will intrust all those who contem plate making entries. All exhibitors requiring accommodation for livestock are requested to moke early contact with the show secretary. I
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
CRUMBS More showers ! I Kosciusko had nine inches of snow. Read the advertisements ! The Jindalee Shire Counucil meets next Monday. Good quailty seed wheat at Muttama Monthly Market tomorrow. Cootamundra had an additional points of rain for the 24 hours up to 9 a.m. today. Note tlie Associated Agents' adver tisement. with slight alterations in this issue. The following were rains up to last night: C.anmain 70, Coolamon 80, Matong 80. Narandera 100. Tlie Rock 13li. The annual meeting of the Coota mundra District Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary will be held at tlie hospital oil Tuesday next. New members will be very welcome. Rain in the south-east, of the State has saved early wheat crops; lurther rain is expected today, and experts say much more is needed to establish the crops thoroughly. ! At the opening of the new Ifawkes bury brid-.;e yesterday, the Premier, of ficiating. paid tribute to six men who lost their lives during the work, which I too!; seven years to complete. ( ' union off...
WEDDING CRYER—CRABBE [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 2 July 1946
WEDDING CRYER — CRABBE &nbsp; &nbsp; In the Church of England, Adelong, Rev. Alexander officiated at the mar- riage of Iris Crabbe, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Fuller, Tum- long, and Murray Cryer, ex-R.A.A.F., son of Mrs. Bessie Brown, of Coota- mundra, and the late Mr. Cryer, of Burra Creek. Entering the church on the arm of her father, the bride looked radiant in a powder blue ensemble worn with black accessories. Her shoulder spray was of pastel toned hyacinths. Miss Merle Fuller was bridesmaid, in a frock of dusty pink crepe. She carried a bouquet of pink and blue hyacinths. Mr. Les Luff carried out the duties of best man. During the signing of the register, Mrs. Alexander sang, 'I'll Walk Be- side You.' &nbsp; The reception was held at the &nbsp; C.W.A. rooms, where Mrs. Fuller, wearing a posy of red roses, with her grey costume, received the guests. She was assisted by the bridgegroom's mother, Mrs. Brown. During the reception Miss Nanc...
SNOW-BOUND ON BRINDABELLA A Dramatic Rescue M.H.R.'s Dash to Mountain by Car [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
SNOW-BOUND ON BRINDABELLA A Dramatic Rescue M.H.R.'s Dash to Mountain by Car Mr. Frnser. M.H.R.. on Sunday night J mad-' a dramatic car dash from Can bcrra to rc.-cue a neighbor and lnS| wife and two children who had been marooned in the blizzaul on the snow- 1 covered Mount Brindabella, 40 miles from Canberra, since Saturday. j The rescued party were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leckit, of Canberra. their daughter Eileen, aged 15, and son Ray-i mcr.d, 10.' In their many hours' pr- , deal the party's only rations com prised a leaf of bread, some tea, a few potatoes, a small tin of tomato soup,! potatoes, a small tin of peas. | They had set out in a small sedan car early on Saturday to view the snow country at Bendora. After eating mcst of their provisions at the forestry j hut. they began the return journey. j When heavy snow began to fall, and, they soon found they could not move' the car. thny,tt'.-r-3 forced, as darkness I set in, to return on foot to the hut.' Willi their meagre provisi...
FATHER HELD UP BY SON! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
FATHER HELD UP BY SON! It was alleged at Glebe Court yester day that a youth, with two others, as saulted and robbed his father. John James McCulloch. 18, and Leonard James Keith Leonard, It!, were each cha: ;ed with having in coin nnnv with nnc.Mini- invenilc. assaulted William McCulloch and robbed him of a pocket watch, a gold medal, and £2 10 In money. Police said that young McCulloch. after making arrangements with the other youths, went masked, to his fa ther's heme, held him up, and robbed him. Mr. Cookson. S.M. fixed bail at £lu0 in each case, and remanded the cu-scd to appear at the Burwood Court on July 10. The third youth concerned will ap pear before the Children's Court.
ALPINE CLUB MEMBERS MAROONED Reached Canberra Last Night Fortitude of a One-Armed Pilot [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
&LPINE CLUB . MEMBERS MAROONED Reached Canberra Last Night Fortitude of a One Armed Pilot Most of the party .of 21 members oi ihe Canberra Alpine Club who liac been marooned at Mt. Franklin Clialei ay heavy snowfalls since Saturday, ro atrncd to Canberra last night. The party were picked up by i ruck at the snowline after they hac. | skied nearly eight miles. Some of the ;iarty, who could not; ski,, walked in tin tracks of the skiers. Until Dick Prowse. a Spitfire pilo who lost an arm in Libya, skied wit; three ethers six miles to Bcndora on Sunday and returned with , huavilj loaded food packs, the party were al most without food. Before the food arrived on Sunt'.a; they had only a plate of porridge an-, a plate of soup each. Members cf the party said las night, however, that they had not con sidered themselves in danger. All paid a tribute to the fortituc. if prowse in making the trip thrau; snow to Bsndora to obtain foctl an arrang.- the rescue. Several parties of skiers a...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
PERSONAL Mr. Barry Attwood, after three years in the. Cootamundra branch of the Commonwealth Bank, has , l'e received transfer to Gundagai. He wii'l have the best wishes of a lot of young friends, particularly of the Country Club's tennis section. I Mrs. C. H. Hcare, Coouic. received' the glad news that her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Richard j Tucker, of Melbourne, are proud par- | ent's of a daughter. Mrs. Tucker will be remembered as Miss Connie Hoare. i Mr. liomas Murdoch, formerly preside. . i of the Legislative Council in Tasman..., and president of the Ho- 1 bait Chamber of Commerce, died in Hobart on Saturday. | Mrs, James Menzlcs, widow of the late Mr. James Menzies. format' M.L.A. for Lowan, and mother of Mr. R. G. Menzies, Federal Opposition leader, died at her home in Kew, aged 80. and leaves four sons and one daughter. Mr. Tully, former Minister :'nr Lands, spoke in farewell lo about 1000 people who assembled in Goulburn. He is to leave Australia next week end...
A GOOD MOVE AT WAGGA Building a New Community Spirit What About Cootamundra ? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
A GOOD MOVE AT WAGGA Building a New Community Spirit What About Cootamundra ? A resolute attempt to unite all sec tions of the district's population in : communal advancement movemen lias been decided upon by the Wagg: and District Chamber of Commerce , This movemen;. which aims at tie ' veloping a universal interest in '.h- ' eluding mush-al. social, and sporting ' as well as the evc-ryday affairs cf tn- : inhabitants, was th? subject of a num ber of recr.mmcndations by the Coir. 1 mur.ity Adumc: nunt Fund Comniit I tee. which were approved by tin Chamber of Commerce Council at it; meeting on Monday night. Or..- u the lir-ii steps taken will be to give a trial to community singing in accordance with suggestions by th licnorary secretary iMl'. J. Hamilii. ! Mr. Hamill reported that the man agement of J. K. capital Theatre, Ltd. had promised co-operation and assist ance. and would make the Play.; Theatre and an operator available Station 2 WO had promised to securt , a capable comper...
CRUMBS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
CRUMBS The State Cabinet is opposed to fur ther electricity restrictions. I Today Mr. Hartigan was to consider future plans re coal. I Final acceptors for Randwick ap-. pear on the sporting page of this issue. It was line and clear tnrougnoui. most of the State last night. Cootamundra had nine points of rain up to 9 a.m. today, making 115 since last Friday night. There have been lottery results tor each of our three ciail yissues — Mon- day, Tuesday, nad- today. | Lachlan Shire Council decided to ask for a survey at Lake Cargellico with a view lo installing sewerage. I In this issue of the series by Mr. Donald Macka.v, C.B.E.. 'Around Aus Iralia.' he sees, and describes, cock fighting at Charters Towers. Flannelette is always in demand, and to meet that demand Brudrrlins have secured stocks of this everyday ma terial. Both the plain and strtprd clcths are now showing in the window at Bruderlins. Prices bting as low as 1 11 yard, and 21 coupons. Ihe Uamioletle offering is partinila-....
"SCRAP METAL" 10,000 Tons of It ! [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
'SCRAP METAL' 10,000 Tons of It ! IJERLIN. Wednesday : At least 10.003 tens of German. Russian, »:id French mat hine-uuns. kitn barrels, and parts oi optical sights and other munition's were remoter! in perfect condition recently from a former Ger ? in . - - i . i . i ; se-jiur. ana transferred to unknown persons u.i der the description 'Scrap Metal.' ' Two vast arsenals on Eiswerder Is land, in Tescter Lake, at Spandau. are now standing empty, though last Christmas^ they were stacked high with waT maierial. ? Printed and published by William I '*'fiwirj*-ink.st6ne.*orir-7 'w'aflendooh' street. Cootainundvn. at 'The Coo|i- 1 niundra Herald'' ' prtijtcry, iioo (Will- j lrndnnn strit'et. CopUnumdra.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
WSJr:r , % 7 '* ^ Cgiik kjdaBS® Mr. W. K. F 1 1-'. 1 . 1 1 NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR FOR CALTEX LTD. C.'iilte.x Liinitetl annniuicc Mint .Mr. li. Kemp will slioi'Uv Jcnvc for India, ami lli.-it .Mi'. \V. K. Field litis I jei 'i i iij)]-i-iiil eil .Miinttfiiiiii Dii-ectni' ? if tlit* (.'imipaiiv. .Mr. Field, who was ail uri srintil tiKMii her of t lie- lilli 1 l:i 1 - lalinii. Firsl A.I.F.. and who t - mU' pari ii| I lie I .a in liiii- at I la llipuli, first juiiii'd 1 1n- ('iuii pany in 1!M!I, iind is the lirsl Aiisli-alian lo lie appointed its .Mtiiijiuiiiu I )i reel or. In addition to -Mr. Field's appointment. .Mr. .1. W. 1 1 i t; i I i - has heen ap)Joillte(.l (ietl ? - . o i M ana tr''i'. ' r 1 seert-tariw of local commit tew supplying 'copy' for this jour nal are a.-J:ed to hive it in the of fice a-v early as possible on the days prior to publication.
THE BOMB TEST AT BIKINI "Contributed Nothing !" What, of the Water Test ? [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
| THE BOMB TEST AT BIKINI 'Contributed Nothing !' What, of the Water Test ? WASHINGTON, Wediiesday: 'The Biklini atom bomb lest contributed nothing to scientific knowledge, and the only truly significant test will be the deep underwater explosion, sche- 1 d tiled for 1947.' declared Mr. W. A. 1 Higginbothain. chairman or the Fede ration of American Scientists. He added: 'The serond test this month at Bikini, with the explosion slightly below the .surface, will pr.i'o bnbly be more damn^iny h- ships, but the experiment v. ill be conducted in shallow water, with the effects ol the t:»j;l05iun thereby multiplied.
DRY SOUP [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
IJKY SOl'I' The war brought out many novel methods of packing foodstuffs for shipment to the battle fronts, and not the least of them was dehydration. UiNNRA has adopted most cf the wartime shortcuts ? for getting food stuffs to starvin-; millions, and is now sending what could be termed dehy drated soup to China. Already UNRRA contracts cali' for production of over 7.000.000lbs. of 'dry soup mix' which will be packed in five lb. cartons with labels in Chin ese and .Japanese.
WOMAN BEATEN AND MURDERED For Slapping a Jap Officer's Face [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
WOMAN BEATEN AND MURDERED For Slapping a Jap Officer's Face SINGAPORE. 'Wednesday: A Jap anese Kcmp:i officer. Lieut. Mura kami. picked up an Australian woman al.c: the slapped him and flung her from a window to her death 101 feet below, according to a Chinese interpreter who worked for the .Jap anese. Giving evidence at Murakami's trial before the War Crimes Court at Kua lar La in pur, the Chinese said the woman. Doris van de Staaten, was cut oft in Siam in December, 1941. when th 2 Japansc invaded Malaya. The Japanese arrested her after she had spent three months in the jungle. Murakami, said . witness, :atbscquent ly' Interrogated ~'hetv alleging r that she was an Allied spy. He stripped the woman, and gave her a terrific ?beating* whereupon* she 'Struck- him, crying cut: 'You tyrant. You c.ui ntoulo thfs .to ine' !' Hejthcn flutrj lipivf:om tile window. - It . ^ivlurakami/. giving evidencf.i denied k'.lling the woman. He s^id lie -av- ( rested IiItJ- . bedause shej ' was an1 Ita...
TRADERS' LOSSES ON TEA COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
TKADKltS' LOSSES ON TEA COri'ttNS To cover unavoidable tea coupon losses by tiaca-rs. me Rationing Com mission has divului i.i allow a coii|icn discount to iel.i.1.'.'- of !ea. a prac tice that, has qM'.r.cd m Hie past in | tile case of other K-m t-rimiiodiUcs. Tile tea coupon u..-.-'i.ni will be at the rate of ONE .? uip m 0(i coup ons i that is one i-mr.i- for each liflbs. of teai. T.n- ai. --nee will operate forthwith lor :;?! future sup plies. In making this annouuc 'ei:.--nt the Director of Rationing 'Mr. J. li Cuir.mingi pointed out '.hat me ??- cision had ben reached fultowiii!: r- p rcsentation.s made to the Chairman Liie Rationing Commission (Mr. A v.'. Col-.s i and himself at the anii'.iai meeting of the Grocers' Association, lie wiMied to express appreciation i the cordial relations that have existed between the Commission and toe Groans' organisations throughout ra iionu.-.:. Mr. dimming said that in some cases of heavy depletion of tea coup on stocks occasioned by speci...
HEAVY SNOW In Monaro District [Newspaper Article] — Cootamundra Daily Herald — 3 July 1946
i HEAVY SNOW i In Monaro District ! SYDNEY. Wednesday: Further s'uowfalls are being experionced in Monaro. Snow again commenced to fall at Kiandra this morning, and the district is carpeted to a depth of mere than four l'ect in places. In the Adaminaby district snow is I also falling again, but the arrival of truck ; loads of fedder from Cooma is expected to, save -thousands of sheep and cattle' now on the verge ol s'.ar