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Forfeited Motor Car For Sale at Fixed Price LOTTERY POSSIBLE Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Forfeited Motor Car . ? -^ ? For Sale at Fixed Price LOTTERY POSSIBLE Perth, This Afternoon. A 193« Buii-k eight is for sale by tender. It will be sold at the fixed maximum price. The car is one which has lKH.ni forfeited t-- the Customs Department. It can be inspected at the King's Warehouse, Cliff Street. Fre manlle, from Monday to Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Tenders close on January li)th. Forms are available at the Customs Houses at Perth and Fremantle and at the King's Warehouse. There were 1,(500 tenders for the last forfeited car sold by the Customs Department. The successful tender was drawn from a i)ox on the same basis as a lottery.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Ex-King Michael Fiancee for Switzerland WEDDING PLANS London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Ex-King Michael ? » — r Fiancee for Switzerland WEDDING PLANS London, January 10. 'I am so happy. I am looking for ward so much to seeing Michael again.' So said Princess Anne of Bourbon Parma as she left Copenhagen yester day. . She is 'on her way to join ex . King Michael of Rumania at Lausanne (Switzerland). Passing through Hamburg Princess Anne told pressmen that her engage bnent to Michael was not official yet She said that the wedding 'might be' this year or next year.'

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Strong Arab Attack SEVEN-HOUR BATTLE Jewish Settlement Raided A FIERCE ENCOUNTER Jerusalem, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Strong Arab' Attack SEVEN-HOUR BATTLE Jewish Settlement Raided A FIERCE ENCOUNTER .Jerusalem, January 10. British planes were used to help break up a strong Arab attack on two Jewish settlements near the Syrian bor der yesterday. The attack lasted for seven hours before British troops man aged to smash through the Arab cor don to assist the l-eleaguered Jews. Three Jews were killed and eight wounded. Arab casualties are unknown. There were no British casualties. British artillery destroyed several houses across the border in Syria. According to the British United Press correspondent the Arab attacks were aimed ut cutting off Jewish settlers living in an isolated corner of north eastern Palestine. It was the heaviest organised assault since the partition decision. Jews held oft the Arab rushes with bursts of fire, while British armoured vehicles were racing to inter vene. British troops arrived in midmorn ing, broke through the Arab cordon and helped the Jewish women and children to ...

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German Engineers Drafted into Yugoslavia CONFLICTING REPORTS London, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

German Engineers ♦ ? Drafted into Yugoslavia CONFLICTING REPORTS London, January 10. Up to eighty skilled German engin eers are leaving Germany each month to work in Yugoslavia. This is report ed by Reuters man in Berlin quoting oflicial British sources. The engineers, he says, are guarded by Yugoslav troops%nd are without the special exit visas, which the Allied Control Council requires. The Yugoslav military mission denies the report, but well-informed Germans confirm it. Yugoslavs are reported to recruit the engineers in the Russian sector of Berlin.

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Northampton District Meeting of Road Board MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Northampton District Meeting of Road Board MANY ITEMS OF INTEREST The monthly meeting of the Nor thampton Road Board was held on. the 13th ult., there b.eing present Messrs. F. A. Porter (chairman), A. C. Hen ville, K. W. Collier, H. Simkin, A. Izard, A. Robb, I-. C. Beaton, N. V. Kempton and the secretary (Mr. L. M. Phrel). Reports The chairman reported having con vened a conference of representottves of Boards in the northern' areas to dis cuss a proposal for the formation of a plant pool. In company with Mr. Kempton and the secretary he attended the conference, at which other Boards around Geraldton were represented. The proposal was thoroughly discussed, and In arriving at a decision to the effect that the scheme would not be suitable for the districts concerned it was agreed to submit a request to the Government for a cash allocation to Boards not desirous of entering the scheme in order that such Boards would be assisted in the purchase of plant that was required from time to ...

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ENFORCING PARTITION "Every Necessary Force" STAND BY U.N.O. Jerusalem, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

ENFORCING PARTITION 'Every Necessary Force' STAND BY U.N.O. Jerusalem, January 10. A Lake Success message says that the United Nations Secretary-General (Mr. Trygve Lie) told the Palestine Commission that the United Nations would use 'every necessary power' to enforce the Palestine partition. He was addressing the Commission's first session. Mr. Lie said that the Security Coun cil would assume its full measure of responsibility in implementing the par tition, v

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State Railway System Complete Breakdown Danger MR. DU PLESSIS' VIEWS Durban, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

State Railway System Complete Breakdown Danger MR. DU PLESSIS' VIEWS Durban, January 10. Western Australia could have saved f Al,25(J,000 in transport expenditure it it had used more road motor vehicles. This was said by South African rail ways executive (Mr. H. D. C. Du Plessis) on his return from Australia to-day. He was a member of the Royal Commission which recently investigated Western Australian railways. The Western Australian Government Railways, he said, had fallen to such a low level of efficiency that they were in danger of a complete breakdown. If the South African example of 'using road motor transport had been fol lowed, he said, the £A1,250,000 could have been saved on the construction of branch railway lines.

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In Canberra Today FROM OUR COLUMNIST IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

— ? II ? , ? , - ? - ll-«[ III ^^^^ ? ^'* ^ hJf&B &*m Ja & FROM OUR COLUMNIST IN PARLIAMENT HOUSE Former Hiph Court Judjft? (Dr. H. V. Evatt), has found the task of Acting Prime Minister in Australia during the quiet holiday period more alive with explosive material than yuars on the Bench or on the committee of an inter national conference. Immigration Min ister (Arthur Cahvell) was so incensed at published suggestions that Evatt had private objections to the deiwrta tion of the fourteen Sydney Ma'ays that he rang on trunk line from Mel bourne awhile Evatt was building: up goodwill between Australia and India during the India versus Canberra cricket match. Evatt smoothed the matter out after Arthur in fiery Irish mood — he is des cended on one side from pioneers who came to Australia seeking the right to speak their minds — had issued a state ment repudiating any ideas Acting Prime Minister Evatt might have had. On the eve of Prime Minister Ben Chifley's ret...

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Arms For Turkey AMERICAN SUBMARINES Naval Exercises Near Greece INSTRUCTION OF CREWS Washington, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Arms For Turkey AMERICAN SUBMARINES Naval Exercises Near Greece INSTRUCTION OF CREWS Washington, January !). Four powerful* United States fleet type submarines will be supplied to Turkey. This transfer was part of the United States programme to strengthen Turkey against Soviet Russia, the United States Navy announced to-day. The United States naval squadron i including the aircraft carrier Midway, three cruisers and several destroyers exercising in the Ionian Sea off Greece 'will continue manoeuvres until next Fri«iay,' states an official announce ment at Athens. The four submarines Jire now in the Pacific. They will return to the United States for re-fit during the next two months, Connecticut submarine base * officials said to-day. Three Turkish Navy officers are now being trained at Con necticut. Turkish crews will arrive next Saturday for six months' instruc tions. Six motor gunboats which the United States transferred to Greece were taken over by Greek crews in Vir ginia last N...

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"WHOSE BUSINESS?" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

'WHOSE BUSINESS?' ' Mrs. Black stopped to talk to her friend, and her husband waited a short distance away. Presently she rejoined him. 'H'uj,' he said, 'and what was Mrs. Browu talking about?' 'Business,' she said offhandedly. 'Oh, yes, I know,' murmured her husband, 'but whose?'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

! START THE NEW^yEAR RIGHT — GIVE YOURSELF AND THE | J KIDDIES A REAL TREAT V BulIenBros Mammoth Circus and Zoo ?: ' THE TYPE OF ENTERTAINMENT POPULAR WITH YOUNG AND OLD JJ In advertising our many attractions, we very proudly direct attention to j | the troupe of baby elephants recently brought at great hazard from the ^ wilds of Siam by Messrs. Stafford and Kenneth Bullen, but already per- J» ! forming like veterans in the circus ring. See 'Jimmy,' the baby of baby J elephauts, only four feet i« height, but bringing tons of entertainment; J also Madame Dolores with' her cleverly trained monkey circus and per- ?£ I forming dogs, which have thrilled, amazed and delighted audiences in all £ parts of the world. ij V WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS IN THESE COLUMNS £ \ - ? * i LOCATION-OPPOSITE GERALDTON HOTEL \ \ Friday and Saturday, January 16th and 17th i 5j (Matinee on Saturday at 2.30 p.m.) ; \\ Prices of Admission — 4/-, 5/- and 6/- (plus tax) j {! BOX PLANS AT OFFICE OF GERALDTON...

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West Touring Talkies Programme for Northampton DELIGHTFUL FILM FARE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

West Touring Talkies Programme for Northampton DELIGHTFUL FILM FARE The next presentation at Kortham0 ton by the West Touring Talkies should provide delightful film fare with 'Kitty' and 'Take It Big,' which will be supported by short subjects compris ing a cartoon and the latest newsreels. Paulette Goddard aud Ray Milland are the stars in 'Kitty,' which is the story of a London Cockney waif who becomes the talk of English royalty when Sir Thomas Gainsborough ex hibits her portrait at the Royal Academy. Paulette Goddard outdoes herself as the flirtatious hussy who makes five men do her bidding, marches, three to the altar, including that prize catch, the Duke of Maimunster, superb ' ly portrayed by Reginald Owen. Ray Milland plays the ingratiating scound rel for the first time in his career and. comes through with a notable perform- , ance. Constance Collier, one of our ; most brilliant character actresses, ably assists as the besotted English dowager who conspires with Milland to t...

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Chicago Dope Traffic Widespread Trade Alleged JUDGE OUTSPOKEN Los Angeles, January 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Chicago Dope Traffic Widespread Trade Alleged JUDGE OUTSPOKEN Los Angeles, January 9. 'The use of drugs is so widespread in this city that dope shops are operat vng like 'speakeasies' did during pro hibition.' Judge Guerin, a veteran member of the Municipal Court here, made this allegation in an address to the Lawyers' Club to-day. He said that many men took their girl friends into these shops for a shot of heroin. 'Practically every bootblack stand !n one suburb is a dispensing agency for marijuana cigarettes,' declared Judge Guerin.

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MURCHISON RIVER CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

MURCHISON RIVER CAMP Visitors to the fishing camp at the Murchison River during jfeeT i*ecent holiday season were Messrs.* G. Wilt shire, M. Wiltshire, L. Wiltshire, R. Wiltshire, T. Wiltshire, W. Wiltshire, E. L. Wilson, T. Murphy, A. Ross aud P. Langoulant, Mesdames G. Wiltshire and L. Wiltshire./

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LOSS OF THE SYDNEY Account by Eye-Witness GERMAN SAILOR'S STORY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

LOSS OF THE SYDNEY Account by Eye-Witness GERMAN SAILOR'S STORY Guns blazing as she went to her doom with a gaping hole, rent by eight torpedoes, in her side, H.M.A.S. Sydney mortally wounded her German killer \vith uvo shells at the waterline before she keeled over too far for her guns ro be brought to bear. That eye-witness account of the sink ing of the famous Australian cruiser. -m which littlu light has been shed in the intervening six years, was related to 'The Recorder' (Port Pirie), last week. On November 30th, 1941, news was released that the Sydney was believed lost with all her complement — 645 officers aud men — following a success ful engagement with a heavy armed German merchant cruiser, survivors of which had been picked up by another vessel and had given first nows of the action. , ? Later it was learned that the Ger man vessel had been the Steiermark (Raider No. 4i), sailing under the name of Kormoran and flying the Dutch flag. Her armament had comprised at least si...

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CARNARVON CAR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

CARNARVON CAR SERVICE Passengers travelling to Carnarvon on Thursday last by the Geraldton Carnarvon Taxi Service were Mr. McKenzie, Mesdames McKeuzie and Croucher, Misses Oakley and Cullock and Master C. Gilbert.

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Storm-Battered Ship In No Immediate Danger AIRMEN'S REPORTS Tokio, January 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Storm-Battered Ship In No Immediate Danger AIRMEN'S REPORTS Tokio, January 10. About fifty of the eight hundred pas sengers aboard the storm-battered list ing ship Dvina are huddled in the bow and stern. Water appears to be' about six feet deep in the holds. This was reported to-day by airmen flying over the ship which, they say. is in danger of capsizing. Later the United Stfrtes Navy relayed a message from a Japanese^ ship standing by that the Dvina did not appear to be in immediate danger of sinking.

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The Atom Bomb War's Best Kept Secret ELABORATE MEASURES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

The Atom Bomb ? «. ? War's Best Kept Secret ELABORATE MEASURES The fantastically detailed system of precautions and checks guarding the wartime development of the atom bomb is termed 'history's greatest secrecy campaign'- by Thomas M. Johnson in 'The Reader's Digest' for Dwember. The article is condensed from 'Foreign Service.' The need for extreme secrecy in atomic research was demonstrated as early as January, 1942, the article says. At that time a military intelli gence ollicer in civilian clothes began 'research work' at the University of California, 'met and drew out several atomic scieuticts, peuetrated a laoora tory and visited the new 'cyclotron.' Then donning uniform, he assembled the staff. 'Suppose I had been a spy?' Ue challenged. At the Oak Ridge, Tennessee, plant, and elsewhex-e, the utmost measures of precaution were put into effect. An undercover corps called 'The Creeps' was organised specifically to guard against leaks of information, either loose-talkers who, term...

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Moonee Valley MAIN RACE TO BLACK LAW [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

Eastern States Racing Meeting at Mbonee Valley MAIN RACE TO BLACK LAW The main event on the programme, of the race meeting conducted at Moonee Valley this afternoon, tlie Hos pice H:nidic;ii», was won by Black l^iw. Details of the various vvems are :«s follows : — ALFRED HANDICAP Five furlongs Gay Saint. 9-0 ? 1 Delhi, S.3 ? 2 Star of Gold, S.O ? - - 3 Other starters : Siren Song 8.4, Pipe Dream S.2? Carbon Copy S.O, Erebus 7.13, Free for All 7.12, Royal Academy 7.10, Great Hero 7.7. Betting: 2 to 1 against t»e winner. Dividends: 0/6, 0/-, 1]/-. HL'RDLE RACE (First Division) Two miles Return ,9.7 ? l Bell Tower. 10.!- ? 2 Ferguson, 9.2 .. . . „. ? 3 Other starters: Kookaburra 10.2, Hulong 9.2, High Charm 9.O. L«h- y.0. j Willow Bank 9.0, Wiiuhelsea '.).o. j Betting: 7 to 2 against the winner. Dividends: 7/-, --/-. 7/-». ALFRED HANDICAP (Second Division) Five furlongs Nauplia, S.O ? 1 San Christabel, S.4 ? t Rembrandt, S.3 ? t t Dead-beat Other starters: Atomic I-ass S.'J. Wind Bear ...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 10 January 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to and from Geraldton by the air ser vice of the MacRobt»rtson-Miller Avia tion Company Limited during the past two days: — Perth to Geraldton (Friday) — Messrs. L. G. Gould, E. M. Gould, W. J. Bryant and Mesdauies H. O. Webs ter, Misses .1. Webster and P. Webster. Geraldton to Carnarvon (Friday)^— Mrs. J. Warren. Miss IX Smith and Master G. Warren. Geraldton to Perth (Friday) — Messrs. D. I - rage, P. Pugh, S. EL Ouia, N. A. McArthur, R. B. Vance, F^jCralg, H. Foster, H. J. Giblney, and R. Kemp, Mesdiiiues 1-. Drage, V. Chisholm, C. (lowan. I'. Putrh, V. Siuythe and M. McGregor, Misses L. Taylor, V. Tay lor, J. Staubury, D. J. Haselby, D. McGregor and Master C. Chisholm and C. McGregor. Perth to Geraldton (Saturday) — Messrs. R. Saul, M. Davis, T. KJeine, D. S. Parry, L. McCartney, V. J. Brad shaw, R. V. Krauth, E. Russell and ilrs. K. Kleine. Geraldton to Carnarvon (Saturday) —Mr. D. Patterson.

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