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High Standard At Wollongong [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Higli Standard At Wollongong ' Although only technically a 'round' of the ' Wollongong Bowling Club's major singles championship, bowlers- who^ watched the / game between J. Mitchell and 'J. McGregor def clared the standard of the',' bowls was high enough for it to be a - final. \ In the early stages of thei, game McGregor was leading by quite a margin ' but Mitchell caught up to make .the scores 15-all. - ' , Near the last end of the 25 end game, McGregor was lead ing toy 21 shots to 19. ' However, Mitchell,,, with two singles, drew level. -''With the / score at 22-all, McGregor scored: a': two 'arid' wanted one .-to clinch. the game.: Mitchell stored one arid then two on .' the last end to lead toy one' shot. -\j'. McGregor failed to save and ?Mitchell won the game 25-2-1. . P. H-ealey and Bill Rees de feated L. Funnell and P. Neale convincingly in a round of the pairs championship. ? ' ; The result was never in doubt arid Healey and Rees ran out ?the winners 28-12. In a round of ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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A.L.P. BLAMES RUSSIA FOR KOREAN WAR [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

A J. P.BLAMES RUSSIA FOR K0fi£AN WAR SYDNEY, Sunday. — There were only a few dissentients to an A.L.P. resolution today brand ing Soviet Russia as the insti gator of the Korean War. The j-esolution, moved by the State President (Mr. J. Fergu son) viewed with 'considerable alarm the outbreak of war in Korea and increasing signs of a drift to world war.' The conference pledged its support for the United Nations in measures necessary to re establish peace in Korea. The resolution also denounced what it . described as 'so-called Peace Councils' as instruments of Soviet aggression and warn ed members ' of the ' A'.L.P. against being involved with ap peals or organisations 'which exploit the desire for peace in the interest of Russian plans.'.' ' After' drawing attention- to the existence of poverty: in- many '.countries, unequar distribution Jof land' and the. existence of 'cor- rupt ?' and' - inefficient ? govern ments,' the resolution pledged its support, to. U.N.O.; arid its agencies ...

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RAIN INTERRUPTS PLAY AT THIRROUL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

RAIN INTERRUPTS PLAY AT THIRROUL ? Seemingly dogged by bad luck, rainy weather prevented nearly all play at the Thirroul Bawling Club over the week end. ' Although rain interrupted play at several clubs on Satur day, Thirroul was the only club that yesterday had to suspend nnpvfltlnns tar wia'ntVipr With ' the sky quite clear yes terday morning, bowlers were convinced the several club cham pionship games, which were set down for today would be play ed, but atter ^two ends of the first game, the threat of rain stopped play.

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ASSOCIATE MEMBERS FOR A.L.P. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS FOR A.L.P. SYDNEY, Sunday.— The State A.LP. Conference today decided to amend its rules to allow -f or the establishment of associate mem bership within the party. A member of the executive (Mr. H. Oxford), explained the estab ment of associate organisations was .largely intended to recruit A.LP. supporters in country areas where A.LP. branches did not exist. As associate members they could form a small quorum and assist at election polls and the movement generally, said Mr. Oxford. . '?

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CLUB GAMES AT PORT KEMBLA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

CLUB GAMES AT PORT KEMBLA Although rain prevented play on Saturday afternoon at /the Port Kembla bowling g.reen, ?three rounds of the club cham pionships and social rinlts were ?placed on an extremely darilp greeri yesterday. - - . 'Results were:— West 31 def. Pill. 17. R. Rioblnson 31 def. J. Long 11, . , . . Graham 31 def. Hamino^d 26.

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Prompt Action Aid Programme [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Prompt Action Aid Programme LONDON, Sunday ( A.A.P.). -- The Commonwealth plan for aid to South-east Asia will begin operations this month. Eight million pounds -will be made available immediately from the fund for technical assistance .Without waiting for the next- Dig boriiinonwealth . copferc;nce - . in London in , September/ ? First grants will oe made oy a temporary Technical Assistance Bureau which will be established at the Commonwealth Officials' meeting in Colombo on July 24 . The bureau will immediately deal with requests for expert or terh- 1 r.ical help and advice. it was originally planned that I ihe Colombo, meeting would pre- 1 pare a blueprint of the fund dis- i ti-ihuting body, and then report! tack to the September confer- J ence.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

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Other Industries Affected By Strike At B.H.P. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Other Industries Affected By Strike At B.H.P. NEWCASTLE , Sunday.— The strike by meftibers of the F.E.D.F.A. at the B.H.P . Steel works will begin to affect subsidiary industries from tomorrow. The production of steel tub ing at Stewarts and Lloyds will stop tomorrow because of a cessation of the supplies of steel and gas from the B.H.P. A spokesman for the B.H.P. said tonight that about 100i) of the company's employees were idle' because'-, of the dispute. .; If the strike is not settled by the end of/the week about '1UOO men would /be out of work. Eighteen crane driVe.-s from the soaking pits in whicn the dispute develpped and members of the .'Federated Ironworkers affected-3/ by : -th'e. dispute will hold separate., meetings tomor row 'motning.'/' - jt. mass^d'\:meeting of men in the unictos /involved is expected to be called on/Tuesday. . Crane- driver members of the F.E.P.F.A: ' ; stopped work on July '67 because a- staff man (A. W. /Curtis) .Was appointed to a vacancy ? A on a...

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New Australian Drowned While Skating [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

New Australian Drowned While Skating KIANDRA, Sunday— A New Australian was drowned when he crashed through thin ice while skating at Kiandra this after noon. Karel Kajdus, 23; a Snowy River project worker at the Three Mile Dam near Kian | dra went skating witn nis com panion, Carel Morsf^i, about 25, oh the ice near th- camp. , The ice was about one and a! half inches thick and gave wayl under Kajdus and Morstein. | Morstein scrambled to safety but Kajdus was swept underneath the ice and could not break through to freedom. . Workmates dug through the : ice and recovered his body about ' an. hour later. ?

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U.N QUERIES AUSTRALIA' ON ADDITIONAL AID [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

U.N. QUERIES AUSTRALIA ON ADDITIONAL AID 'CANBERRA, Sunday. — 'An official request from, the -United ;Natio'ns for any. possible greater assistance^' .Korea .'has been received by the Australian Gov ernment. . ? ... ? ; ' i' This- was' confirmed . here to night, when it, was. stated that, the; request would .. .be consid ered. ? ; . ' ? ? ' ' No indication has been given of the exact nature of the re juest, but ' it Via' understood .to 3Q . primarily exploratory — its main . purpose 'being to ?obtain a | picture '. of what .additional aid could be' supplied,, by Australia -if and . when heeded. {The 'official confirmation of the '.receipt of the request gave .no indication that the Acting I ^rime . Minister. (Mr. Fadden)1 j .'contemplated- ' sumpioning- . .a, ] 'special meeting of Cabinet to deal ' with it. Reliable authorities here be lieve some other countries at present mig-ht be better equipp ed ? to supply additional aid j needed by ' the United -Nations.' {(.j

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Police Suspect Arson Attempt [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Police Suspect Arson Attempt MELBOURNE, Sunday. — Police suspect at least two- de- liberate attempts ha.ve. been made to fire the Williamstown Migrants' Camp. -Fire destroyed 11 .rooms and damaged four others. 'in .a 27 roomed unoccupied part- at / the camp last night. Last ; week an mysteryr fire broke out in a lavatory 'block , at the camp. , '? ' ., Investigations have failed: to. reveal the cause of the two out breaks. ' '

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No "Red Tape" In New Drugs Scheme [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

No 'Red Tape' - V In New Drtigs Scheme ; CAN BERRA, . Sunday.— Doc- tors- would be free' to - prescribe'! any life-saving ' or / disease-; preventing drugs under -' this ? liew Govern ment scherrie. . Stat-' iri'g ; this ' tonight, - the . -.Minister for. Health ,( S ir . Ea rl e ; Pa ) saiid, the^'schem^ 'was Vdesigiieq. tn ftl i m i ? pnH ta r.ft ? lA/nrW'- - ' , A'' '4octpr,'j ??would^-;.jvTitev- his l prescriptlbn'; in. ? duplicate/ uni- : forrfi-aized notepaper provided' either by the department or him self. : . ... ..? j '? Not - more than - two prescrip ti6ns from . an ? approved .list could 'toe included:- on the ; .one ' form; .- , ? : ? .' -. j - In no -case is benefit and rion .beneflt- to ' be mciuaed' on the' fo'hii;'. ? .'..v- ?; ; 'timitatioris are iplaced on quantities and. number-- of - -'re-' peats', which would be policed! according- to the. recommenda tlon33'of a committee of doctors.' Omi/tation on' the life of 'a prescription, the . doctor would be1 free to -.'...

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Australians Have Easy Win In South Africa [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Australians Have Easy Win In South Africa EAST LONDON (South Africa), Sunday (A.A.P.). — Playing all over their opponents, the Australian soccer team had another easy win when they beat Frontier 4-0 at Jan Smuts' Ground yesterday. A crowd of more than 5000 witnessed a magnificent display of team work by the tourists. Although Frontier extended the tourists during the first half they fared bad|y after the in terval, the Australians winning on a tight reiri and had they wished might have won on a bigger margin. F'ontier lost left . -. winger Gailey midway. . through the second half (because of a knee injury. But long before he left the field Frontier's fate was aaa'.ed. There was splendid cohesion between the .Australian halves and forwards. The Australians were the 'better team through out. There was splendid under standing 'between the three In side forwards, with Parsons a live wire in attack. Lawrie was the best of the halves, while O'Neill was a tower of strength in defence. Alth...

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CORRIMAL BEATEN 7-2 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

CORRIMAL BEATEN 7-2 Doug Harvey and George. Rus- sell scored all LeichhardtAn nandale's goals in the team's easy 7-2 win over Corrimal in the match at Lambert' Park on Saturday. Harvey, 20-year-old Centre forward, scored four goals, .-while Russell, State iriside-riglit, Scored the other three. . - ? ' Leichhardt was superior in every phase of the game; : ' Its defence, led by centre-half Bill Wilson, was always strong, while the halves combined well with the forwards, who kept the game alive with varied* and ( clever movements. The Corrimal forwards seemed dangerous early, but Leichhardt had run up a 4-nil lead before ' M. Behan scored. Corrimal's first goal shortly before half-time. Soon after the resumption Cor rimal inside-left, E. Rowles, found the net with- a hard left-footed hook, but the . team never looked likely to score again. Corrimal's defence was faulty and allowed Leichhardt attack ing line, particularly right winger Frank Sands, plenty of room in which to move. Harve...

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Fernhill Beats Bulli Surf [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Fernhill Beats Bulli Surf Bullj Surf .Club in it's first major test yesterday gave a polished display , of the round ball code against the more ex perienced Fernhill XI. Although defeated 5-3, pray fully tested the favoured side. The match ?was the quarter-final of the Langridge Shield. The game was played at Fern hill 'before a crowd of 400. ; Fernhill immediately swung into the attack and centre forward Roy. Hedley scored two goals in quick succession. Outside-right Newman added Surf Club's second goal -to make the scores two-all. SKIPPER SCORES However, 'the Fernhill side quickly attained the lead again when skipper Wally Smith scored from close in; ? At half time the score stood Fernhill 3, Bulli Surf Club 2. After the resumption of play Newman notched his second goal' to level the scores. . The crowd now were seeing; bright football and either team were in a 'position to win. the game. In: the- last 10 minutes Fern hill gained the upper hand. They ? scored two quick goals, the ...

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More Bowlers At Thirroul [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

More Bowlers At Thirroul The membership of the .Thir roul Bowling Club increased from 80 to 151 during the past year the Secretary (Mr. E. Prim- , rose) said in his report to the annual meeting of, the club on Saturday. ? . i. He said two new greens had hepn rnmrilpfpfl nnrt thn oluta house enlarged during the year. In addition the greeniteeper's : cottage was erected and Is now occupied. The President (Mr. H. Ross) outlined the marked progress made during the year. He said the committee had plans for further improvements during the coming year. ' Officers elected were: Patron, Mr. H. Hop.re; Presi dent, Mr. H. W. R''ss; Vice Presidents, Messrs. J. Gibson, W. Woodward, S. Wearne; Sec retary, Mr. E. Primrose: Treas urer, Mr. R. Munro; Committee, ?Messrs. R. Phipps, C 'eridge, J. Pender, J. Ridle -* T election ? committee, Messrs J T1' ley, R. Phipps, M. Jones: Publicity Officer, Mr. G. Laughlin. ?i rjuwH in imwMiMri

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NO SURPRISES IN SOFTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

NO SURPRISES IN SOFTBALL There were no surprises in the women's softball played at Stuart Park yesterday morning. Coniston, playing without one of their star players, defeated Meurants by 22 to 2, while in the other garrie Keira easily de feated Wollongong 28-8.

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Woonona Has Busy Week-end [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Woonona Has Busy Week-end Woonona Bowling Club en-, tertained a rink from Victoria Park at the green yesterday, j A Woonona four comprisirig Treg-onning, , Oldroyd, . J. _ Hill and - H. . Smith defeated the visitors 23 shots -to 22. ? '? I . 'T'Vin vlaHnrc' Wrvlr who 1WV.. Kinrion; Faust, '.'. Heaton ? and; Dunning. _ i After the igame. the' Park rink, were entertained at the club house. A. Lear, secretary .of ' the Woonona Club, showing the ex perience he has gained In many championships games, was a little .too strong; for R. Butler in ;a round of the iriajor club singles. Lear ran out the winner by 31-18. In anoth-er round of the singles, H. Dalton defeated C. Quilkey 31-25. P. Watson 31 de feated 'R. McPherson 15 in a round of the minor singles played yesterday. In a solid game F. Johnson and V. Phyllis defeated F. . Bradley and G-. Tolhurst 24-10 in a round of the major pairs. There was a. lot of interest in the semi-final of the Cheg- . wyn Trophy, iri which F. John ston (10 b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

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WEATHER INTERFERES WITH CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

WEATHER INTERFERES WITH CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS South Coast tennis champion | ships were continued at McCabe Park yesterday. Weather again slowed up the play but several championship matches were played during the - after noon. They were not conductive to finalist play. ( The men's doubles champion ship final winners, Harold Staple ton and Gordon Grant, were for tunate' to beat Jack Hoffben and Frank Ford,. 6-4, 3-6, 6-1.. Of the four players 'Jack Hog ben was the best on the day. Harold Stapleton sprained the cartilege of his leg. The result of the matches were as follows: A1'.' grade men's - singles: H; Stapleton defeated F. Mitchell, 4-6, 6-1, 6-0. Reserve 'grade men's singles: Jirri Niel beat Harold Rose, 6-3, 6-3; G. Hennessey defeated C. Swan . (walk-over) ; F. Goodwin defeated' O. Aubrey, 5-7, 6-4, 6-2. :-A grade women's doubles semi final: Mrs. Bennett and Miss B. O'Donnell defeated Mrs. Broad foot, 6-3, 3-6, 6-0. B grade men's doubles: W. Clarke arid L. Jones defeated W. Thomas...

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