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OUR SERIAL STORY "Married in May" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

OUR SERIAL STORY . ? ^ ? . 'Married in May' | ? BY MADGE BARLOW I Our nwJtrs iir»» inf mined that nil cliaractf rs in tins story are purely imaginary, and ii' tli^ ti:i:ne --f anv livinjr i-ers-m h.-ipiifiis i.i l*t* mentioned | no pcrsuL.-il reflect ion is ir.tendi'dj

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Communist Activities Questions in Parliament A LEGATION'S INTEREST Canberra, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Communist Activities - ? +___ ? Questions in Parliament A LEGATION'S INTEREST Canberra, March 11. The Charge d' Affaires of Hie Soviet legation (Mr. G. S. I'ashcnenko ) and the press attache (Mr. A. V. Vysselskl) wore in rlu« Houee ».f Representatives yesterday when questions were asked aboiir the Soviet Legation and Com munist activities iu Australia. Mr. Abbot (CM*., N.S.W.) asked whvther Mr. Burke (Lab., W.A.) and Mr. Falsteiu - Lab.. N.S.W.) had press ed at the last met'tiug of the Federal Labor Caucus for an investigation of 'subversive associations in Australia : whether Mr. Falstein had alleged that the Soviet Legation was the nerve --en- : tre of Communfsm in Australia : and j whether the Prime Minister had pro I mised that the Minister for External I Affairs ( Dr. Ev.att ; would present to i Caucus a security report of Communist [activities on Australia? ! Mr. Chirtey replied that someone j must have been polling the honorable member's 'leg.' 'The answer to your questions g...

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YACHTING Racing at Geraldton EASTER SAILING (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

YACHTING ? «? ? Racing at Geraldton EASTER SAILING (Contributed) Under si-iiiewhat less gruelling con ditions than have been experienced hitherto this season, the weekly fix tures of the Geraldton Yacht Club were continued on the harbour on Suuday last, when Naiad won by a margin of thirty-nine seconds from the scratch marker (Verona), with Lily a minute behind, filling third place, and Albion bringing up the rear. The lour skiffs faced the starter with a .two-minute handicap separating the limit and scratch boats, and al though the prevailing light wind den ied spectators that thrill of watching the boats execute some spectacular skating over the water, those who are interested in yachting saw a keenly contested competition in which was displayed a much better standard of seamanship than usual. . Naiad, off the two-minute mark, has shown a remarkable reversal of form to reduce tlje big handicap that this craft was on earlier in the season. Lily, one of the fast boats of the club, e...

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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

ABROLHOS TOURISTS The following passengers ? travelled l-- ihe Abroliios Islands yesterday by the n^v. Ilalavia Road : — Messrs Le I.ievre, Dawson. J. Farwick, J. M. N-ii',oi!, Gavdmr, ilesdaiues Rowe. Gardner and Mis-, Rowe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

'I don't agree . . . In spite of your opinion, Mr. Chairman, Australia, with some very minor re I am strongly against the proposal before strictions, can say vrhacevcr we like, to the meeting.' That's Bob Freeland's whoever we like and when we like, way. He sa\Ts what he feels, and calls Freedom of Speech, in fact, is one of the a spade a spade. most cherished possessions of our Aust in some parts of the world, Governments ralian way of life. So be on your guard control ever\* phase of a person's lite, and say what you feei when you hear of and the Bob Freeiands daren't say what any new proposal which would take they think for fear of the conse- ^gfifij^ Way any of our freedoms. Lcrs keep cjuences to themselves and their ^BBllj(^Mb\ to the Australian Way, it's a free iamilies. Fortunately, we in ff'ultfiif'lW'Uli roa(^ ant* — ^ts f^e RJ^h*- Road. Inserted by THE ENGLISH, SCOTTISH AND AUSTRALIAN BANK LIMITED. 1 {Incorporated in FingiavJ } ' , „ _____^ ? t :3.:l6 ?

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Economy of Britain Marshall Aid Needed A DISMAL BROADCAST London, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Economy of Britain Marshall Aid Needed A DISMAL BROADCAST London. March 11. Britain could not keep up' her im i«»rts of foodstuffs and raw materials without financial help through the United 'States Marshall Plan. In a dismal broadcast survey of the econ omic situation, the Chancellor of the Exchequer (Sir Stafford Cripps) said this. ''A reduction of imports in the next year or two would set back the British standards of living and produc tion. It would take years and years before we could even hope to get straight/' Britain, he said, aimed with Mar shall Plan aid. to get enough food to keep her inhabitants decently fed and enough raw material to keep them fully employed. ?

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Woman's Close Call Overbalanced From Launch SWAN RIVER RESCUE Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Woman's Close Call Overbalanced From Launch SWAN RIVER RESCUE Perth, This Afternoon. A woman was rescued from the Swan River in dramatic circumstances about 8.4.') a.m. to-day. She w;^s uu criiscious' when taken from the river, but quickly recovered after artiiicial respiration hat! been applied. She was taken to the Royal Perth Hospital. Rescued was Mrs. Heat rice Ashford CSM), of Hay Street, West Perth. Mrs. Ashford was a passenger in the 8.42 a.m. launch for Coode Street, South Perth. It was the launch 'Val- halla,' skippered by Bert Cyril Down ing, with Leslie Trainer as deckhand. The 'Valhalla' had jiot to about 150 yards from tJie Barrack Street Jetty / when Mrs. Ashford. ? who was sitting j near the bow rf the boat, fell over hoard. Downing at once attempted to turn the launch around, but a strong easterly breeze hampered him. ] The plight of the woman was seen j from the Barrack Street Jetty and deckhands Ivan Donovan of the s.s. 'Zephyr' and Hugh Cameron and Ray ( Sweet man...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled | in and from Geraldton by the air ser vice of thy MacRobertson-Miller Avia tion Company Limited during the past few days : — Perth to Geraldton (Wednesday) — Messrs. K. Gray, R. Percy, R. Reardou, .r. Farwick, J. R. Norton, Mrs. A. J. Rewe and Miss M. Rowe. Geraldton to Perth (Wednesday) — .Messrs. II. B. Newman, T. Manning, K. Itridwman, S. Be;»n, P. Donaldson, It. -!. Cornell, H. Manuel, K. A. McAulley, S. K. Melbiu, Mesuames B. Manuel, C M. Wilson and G. McNamara. Geraldtou to IVrth (Thursday)— Mt^srs. A. R. IiariMlou and V. Simpson. I-ort Hediand to Geraldtou (Thurs day) — Mr. F. Dawson. Roebourne to Geraldtnn ( Thursday) — Mr. J. Smelling. Broitiiie to ileraldton (Wednesday) — Mr. F. E. Robinson.

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Suicide of Masaryk UNITED NATIONS SEQUEL Delegate's Tearful Request A LEGAL PROBLEM Lake Success, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Suicide of Masaryk ? «► ? : ? UNITED NATIONS SEQUEL Delegate's Tearful . Request A LEGAL PROBLEM Lake Success, March 1). While the world was inouruiuy the j death ol* the Czech ,-oreiyn Minisiur j (Juu Masaryk/, tJfi cniet czecli o'ele- I gate to the United Ji'ations, Jan t-uf,- ' anek, bitterly attacked thv lied over- ; throw of Czechoslovakia: i His voice, choking with sobs, Mr. * ujmuck. i«.'i many ueuiauut'u iiiai me Security Council should investigate the Couiniinilst coup. 'I hope that the United Nations will take a stand immediately and prevent further occu pation of other countries and eventu ally a third world war,' he said. Papanek charged in a complaint filed with tlve United Nations Secretary General (Mr. Trygve Lie) that the Communist^ seizure of pewer was yre-. pared and executed with the help, en couragement and advice of Russia. He told a press conference later that he refused to surrender his po.st ts Czech delegate to the United Nations. He maintained that lie repr...

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PRAGUE RESTRICTIONS Correspondents Hampered COMMUNICATIONS FAIL Prague, March 9. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

PRAGUE RESTRICTIONS Correspondents Hampered COMMUNICATIONS FAIL Prague, March J). The Ministry of -the Interior told foreign press correspondents that nothing detailed was known 'of the1 death of the Czech Foreign Minister (Jan Masaryk). A weeping woman member of the Poreijni Office Secretariat acknowledg ed that Masaryk had suicided, but she refused to give details. Correspondents were not allowed to see Masaryk's private secretaries, j During the transmission of the Mas- i aryk suicide story yesterday teleprin ter and telephone communications with other countries failed.

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A REIGN OF TERROR "Situation Is Very Serious" AN AMERICAN SUMMARY Washington, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

A REIGN OF TERROR 'Situation Is Very Serious' AN AMERICAN7 SUMMARY Washington,, March 10. ( The Secretary of State (Mr. Mar shall) told a press conference to-day that* Czechoslovakia was under a reign of terror and the world situation was ye.ry, very serious. Mr. Marshall frequently went off -the - record in his talk with correspondents, but took the unusual step of allowing Jiimseit to be quoted verbatim -m one point. This was after a reporter had suggested that great fears luul been aroused over the Chechoslovakian crisis. . Mr. Marshall said: 'I think you correctly desenberi (Ik? situation. The situation is very, very serious. It is regrettable that passions are arous ed to tho degree they are. U is tragic to have things happen like those in Czechoslovakia, particularly to some of the officials there, as in the a'fhiir of Mr. Mnearyfc. It all indicates very plainly what is goiupr ni. It is a reign of terror in Czechoslovakia, not. an ordinary process of government by tJir people....

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Eastern States Racing V.A.T.C. Meeting SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Eastern States Racing — ^_ ? V.AXC Meeting SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME j i The following are the acceptances ! fur the nuv uieetinn t-i be omdnctetl j by the Y.A.T.C. un .Saturday next :— NARDONG HURDLES i 1 Two inihvs and 0.'» yard.s j Hiatus - - 11 11 Friviis ? i) 4 j ?J. MasenVld W 11 Highland -;. '.) 4 | Fauims ? VI -; Majestic Fox '-) 4 j Sir Nrlt«-- - U VJ. Sir William 1) 4 | Chamberlain M 11 Esquire ? !- li ? Fortunes F. - 5J 10 Baby Talk - -J ?} j ORRONG HANDICAP j (First Division) Six furlongs Delhi - - - 3 7 Royal Hells - 7 S j Harclla - - - 8 (5 Varuna ? 7 8 Dawson ---S3 G. Silhouette 7 7 Mile End - - 7 13 Ladrone ? 7 7 j Lady Luna - 7 11 Kerrigan - - 7 « j Damon - - 7 i) Pearl King - 7 (i j ?Browning - - 7 S Idle Dreamer 7 T- j Memphis L. - 7 S Raysun ? 7 2 | Queenly -.73 ORRCNG HANDICAP ( Second I -i vision! Six furlongs Blessing --SG Rustic Glow 7 8 I arlez Vous - S -- Vinton - - - 7 S ! Amritsar - - 7 13 Kritiri - - - 7 7 J Gate'sism - - 7 il Uv. Star - - 7 U Night Beau - 7 ...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

PERSONAL Mr. H. Davies, local manager for Ezywalkin Liiuitvd, left Geraldton by . road to-day to speed a holiday of about a fortnight's duration in the metro politan area. I Hiring Hit* absence of j Mr. I-avies. the relieving manager wil! j bo Mr. Hetl, of IVrth. who is staying ! at tlu- Victoria Hotel. j * ? ¥ . ^ =? * . | Mr.- It. K. Ash, manager of the j National Hank in Western Australia, 1 paid a brief visit to ?Gerahln-H this Week and left on the ivluni journey to Perth this _ morning. Mr. Ash v»;j-s accompanied by his wilV, ami whilst in the district he jilso paid a business visit to Northampton. * * * * * The Minister for the Interior (Hon. 11. V. Johnson, M.H.U.), who is at pre sent on a visit to Western Australia. arrived in Perth on Tuesday last, ami before returning to Canberra later in the month Mr. Johnson intends visit ing Geraldton ami various centres in the North Midlands and along the Wuu gan Railway. * * * * * The Commissioner for Main Iloads (Mr. J. W. Young), ac...

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TENNIS Geraldton Club's Tournament CONCLUDING MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

TENNIS . ? ^ - — Geraldton Club's Tournament CONCLUDING MATCHES (liy 'Top-.Spiu') Jue few i-euiaiuiiig uiatchzs of tl»e annual tournaiuent- of the Geraldton Tenuis Club were played during last weekend and provided some interesting games. In the women's championship sing les Mrs. Kendrick beat ilrs. Edmonds utter two advantage sets. Of these two players. Mrs. Kt*n-lrU-k miv«i h^t jrame the better, and eoupled with her very forceful driving thi£ proved the i deciding factor. Iiojth players struck a good length and Mrs. Edmonds made many fine retrieves from forceful deep drives from her opponent. Mrs. Ken drick has . clearly demonstrated throughout the tournament her right to the title. In the men's championship doubles Tcwnshend and K. Glass defeated Min cliin and (J. Fong after a three-set snugyJe in whicli To«nsheud's greater control over direction was particu larly noticeable. As usual, Glass was severe overhead and dealt severely with any short tosses. Minchiu appeared to be somew...

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Parents and Citizens Primary School Association ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Parents and Citizens Primary School Association ANNUAL MEETING Wiili the chair occupied by the pre sident (Mr. F. S. Andrew), the annual meeting of the Geraldtou Primary School Parents and Citizens' Associa tion was held on Tuesday evening last. There was quite a good attendance, included in those nresent beinsr the dis trict inspector of schools (Mr. G. F. Thornbury), who was formally wel comed by the chairman, and also mem bers of the teaching; staff, to whom an invitation had been extended in ord^r that they might have the opportunity' ui meeting parents. The president prefaced his report by reterriug to the fact that the Associa tion was without a secretary on account of the transfer of that officer to employ ment in Perth about two mouths aj^-o. He remarked that it was perhaps regrettable that there had been a mark ed dwrease in the number of financial liiemlwu's during the past year, but on the other hand it was gratifying to report ttiat the number of financial supporters had...

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Rationing of Clothes Restrictions to Continue MR. CHIFLEY EXPLAINS Canberra, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Rationing of Clothes Restrictions to Continue MR. CHIFLEY EXPLAINS Canberra, March 11. Clothes rationing will continue while dollars are short, and while adequate supplies of essential cloth for Austra lia are- in doubt. This was made clear E-y the Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) in a statement last night. '^Lr. Chifley said that a short time ago it was thought clothes rationing could be ended, but the British financial situation complicated the matter.

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Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Metropolitan Racing W.A.T.C. Meeting SATURDAY'S ACCEPTORS The following are the acceptances for the race meeting to he conducted by the Western Australian -Turf Club ;it headquarters on Saturday iiexr : — DENMAN HANDICAP (For two-year-olds) Six furlongs Precedent - - 9 5 Jennie ? 7 3 Melton Lad - 9 5 Swt Botonia 7 o Barlowerie - 8 13 G. Interveuer 7 3 Jollair ? 8 7 Fine Spear - 7 1 Blue Rapide 8 0 Bandycap - - 7 -' Camelson - - 7 13 Frivolous Son 7 1 Spring Hill - 7 8 Kareiue ? 7 1 Mechanic - - 7 8 Koala Bey - 7 1 Hozo ? 7 S Pr. Fidelist - 7 0 Third Pr. - - 7 5 Bo Leap - - 7 0 DARDANUP MAIDEN Six furlongs Spen ? - 8 12 Spring Folly S G Dunedin Lass 8 12 L Koralling 8 6 ltockdale - - 8 12 Beaumadis - - 8 6 Bosisto - - - S 11 Lady Peith - S 0 Caranding - - 8 10 Lady Dainty S '» Sandringham 8 0 Jayland ? S '» Coogilla ? 8 9 Turf Queen - S ~- Sky Lady - - 8 7 Fond Loch - - S 3 Bride's Hero S 7 Pantonia ? 8 3 Royal Don - 8 6 BaFgore ? 7 5 SUMMER HANDICAP Nine furlongs Moorara ? 9 0 Tyrol...

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Northern District Racing Northampton Sports Club SEVEN-EVENT PROGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Northern District Racing j Northampton Sports Club SEVEN-EVENT PROGRAM The following weights have been ileclared for the Northampton Sports L'lub's concluding meeting of the season , ro be conducted at Northampton on the , 20ih inst. :— UADDERA HANDICAP (First Division) Fivtt furlongs Melba ? 10 7 Iledskin ? 'J t) Mick - ... 10 5 Bril. Stream 0 7 Hopalong - 10 0 Majestic - - 0 0 Leter ? 10 0 Obanooka - - S IU AJANA HANDICAP (First Division) Five furlongs Hold Coast 10 7 Gold Prince 0 10 Coleter - - 10 2 Whyso ? » 5 Bional ? 30 0 Nu-liu ? «J 5 AJANA HANDICAP (Second Division) Five furlongs Tainala Boy 10 5 Valentin - - 10 0 Tasmit - - - 10 3 Narkareta - 1) 10 Waterloo - - 10 0 Royal Cunjy 8 VI 1 1 ADDER A HANDICAP (Second Division) Four furlongs El Arish - - 10 2 Hcmbroiu - - J) 4 Oakabella - - 0 4 Lily Belle - S 12 Victory ? 1) 4 Gay Lady - - « 12 HAMPTON HACK RACE i Six-and-a-quarter furlongs Mulgine - - 10 7 Gold Prince - S 7 ; Calliboo - - 10 0 Guy Fawkes S 7 J Polfuriel ? 9 9 Pi...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies ? 4» ? ' Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES There will another complete change of programme at the Radio Theatre f-»-rught (Thursday!, the feature pic tures scheduled for presentation being 'Flame of the West' and 'Cinderella Jones,' which will be supported by a iK'wsreel and another episode of the serial ('Brenda Star — Reporter'). For Friday and Saturday nights i;ext the programme will be as follows: — (1) — Australian Review (2) — 'Too Young to Know' (Joan Les lie. Robert Hurton. Delores Morau and Harry Davenport). (3) -^Brevity (4) — 'Because of Him' ( Deanna Imr bin, Charles Laughton, Franchot Tone and Stanley Ridges). 'Because of Him' The story of 'Because of Him,' which will be screened on Friday and Saturday nights, concerns a stage struck waitre-ss who fakes a Broadway idols signaune nt a letter of intro duction. When, after much strife, he discovers s1kv can act, he insi.sts on her as his leading lady. The only one who refuses to acknowledge her...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 11 March 1948

There is HEALTH in it! . [{and enjoyment, too W\ - It is4he pure, rich juice of the-finest red ripe eating tomatoes with all skins and * seeds removed. It is very enjoyable as a refreshing tonic-dfink each morning, as a 'pick-oie-Bp,' or as an 'appetisei** * before meals. Serve it to the whole family. AH Grocers. TOMATO JUICE ^ 'Plaistowe '

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