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Highway Problems For Minister [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Highway Problems For Minister Congestion on the Prince's Highway' north of Wollongong and the need tp repair the road from Wollongong to, Port Kembla tcill be amotag the principal ' re quests submitted to the Minis ter f.or Transport when he visits Wollongong on Thursday. | The Minister (Mr. W. F. Shea han) will he accompanied by the Coijimissioner . for Transpprt and Highways (Mr. Reg, Winsor) and nhi#»f 'Rrxrinppr nf t.ho TV/To ir» Roads Department (Mr. Toyer) . The party will inspect Tow radgi railway station at 10 a.m. and meet representatives of the City Council and other citizens at the Town Tall at 11 a.m., prior tp undertaking an inspec-' tion of the main district rpads. Mr. Rex Connor, Mi.A., who. has been instrumental in ar ranging the visit, said last night he cpnsidered the probleni of making the Pprt rpad traflicable cpuld not be deferred. It had been suggested pfficially, he said, that the road should hot be ex tensively reconditioned on' ac count of the projected cens...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

'Daily Mercury'* Classified Advertisements BATES: Two shillings for first 14 words (approximately three lines); sixpence for cach subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per frch. ! DWYER'S CAR SALES ! f ;? t I We are proud of our prices J | AUSTIN A40 Utility: 1950. New. 250 | i miles only. £695. Everything per- $ . | feet. * t BEDFORD 12 h.p. Panel V an : 1949 model, t | As new. Perfect condition. £650. % X HILLMAN Minx Sedan : 1947 model. | | Very clean car. Good mechanical § | order. Duco and upholstery jperfect. % i £575. | | MORRIS 10 h.p. Sedan : 1948 model. This | | vehicle has done only 17,000 miles ❖ I and is in beautiful running order. * | £575. t FORD Prefect Utility: 1946 model. Per- | i feet duco. Mechanically sound. 1 J £450. ; * | CHRYSLER Royal Sedan: 1939. Can be % | ? purchased at ridiculous figure. % | Good appearance. £550. t r VAUXHALL 14 h.p. Sedan: 1940. Beau- | i- tiful looking car. Reducoed. Motor t t and upholstery perfect. £550. § J FORD Prefect Sedan:...

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Hotel Keepers Forget Worries At Annual U.L.V.A. Ball [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Hotel Keepers Forget .. Worries At Aneiiafi U.LV.A. Bali South Coast hotelkeepers forgot their worries for at least one night when they gathered at the U.L.V.A. annual cabaret ball last night in the Soldiers' Hall, Wollongong. Most of them entertained large parties of guests. - / ' - The President- of the South , Coast branch of the U.L.V.A. (Mr. J. W. Dorahy, of the: Hotel Wollongong) was a busy rrian. His task was mp.de lighter for him by the assistance received from Mrs. Dorahy, who wore an oyster-grey chiffon frock and matching cape trimmed with gold sequins. Miss . Katherine Dorahy . wore an American silk cocktail frock ai}d her sister Mary was gowned in. iblack velvet. Among their guests wj?re Mr. and Mrs. Mar tin Shanny, of Sydney, repre senting Mr. Nic. Connell, Presi dent of the New South Wales U.L.V.A. Mrs. Shanny wore a French model which she added to her wardrobe while in France during a visit earlier in the year. -It 'was a 'black frock of .broderie Anglaise. With it sh...

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"ILLAWARRA DAILY MERCURY" COMIC STRIPS JEFF CROCKETT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

'ilM WARRA DAIET MERCCRY'' COMIC STRIPS JEFt CROCKETT

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Cheque for £72 for Crippled Children [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Cheque for £72 for Crippled Children, A cheque for £72, the proceeds of the recent Albion Park Talent Quest, was handed to represent tatives of the' Crippled .. Chil dren's Association at a social ,at the Cqmrnercial Hotel, ' Albion Park. ?The presentation was made by Mr. Charles Broiigh.' -who, vith Mr. Mick Tobin, of the Commer cial Hotel, was primarily responr sible for organising the quest. : Tributes were paid particularly to tho nrrfvb- nf tho liirkmo i garet,' of 2WL, Mr. T. A. Phip-.l pips, Aid. G. Gray, Mr. Reg; Simpson and Mr. L. Woodward, who' attended- the : trial contests 10 Saturday nights in succession — most of them wet. ' ' : r Mr. Gordon ? Warlandj acc.om pahied |jy' p'jhpr members bf the committee bf the Crippled Chil dren's 'A^pciatipn.Vac.cepted the cheque on behalf of the assqcia.r tion and thankecl.' those respon sible.' * ' ' '

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International Korean Brigade ? [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

International Korean Brigade? LAKE SUCCESS, Tuesday (A.A.P.). — General MacArthur is considering a proposal to form a volunteer International Brigade to fight in Korea, The proposar was put forward by United Nations' officials, a spokesman revealed last night. He said that none- of ;the 50 nations asked by Secretary General Trygve Lie to send, com bat forces, particularly ground f a Vnvoo Viae. ranlloH in his request. . ... Subject to the approval of the South African Government, Brigadier Stubbs, who was. direc- tor pf Non-European ArniySer vices in the last war has offered to raise a force of 10.0,000 South African non-European volun teers for services with -j the American forces in Korea, ' says a Johannesbifrg message; The offer has been forwarded to Washington. ' In Buenos Aires yesterday, -'Ar- gentina announced that'she was ready to help the United-,- Na- tions in Korea arid was: awaiting a specific' request from ;General MacArthur. ..... .. { Argentina previously had ap prov...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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CALL FOR MORE U.S. SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

CALL FOR MORE U.S. SOLDIERS NEW YORK, Tuesday (A.A.P.) . — The 'New York Times' said th£)t President Truman would seek over 200,000 more men for the armed forces and over 5,000 million dollars — £2,232,142,857 — in new funds. In Washington, the Senate Ap propriations Committee, with the Korean war in mind, reversed it self yesterday and approved a £15,401,786 four-point programme. The committee previously had approved only £7,811,500. President Truman originally asked Congress for £20,089,236.

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No Australian Land Force Likely For Korean War Service [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

No Australian. land Force Likely For Korean War Service CANBERRA, Tuesday. — The Australian Gov^ ernment is not likely to attempt to raise a land force for service in Korea. In response to a United Nations' request, how ever, it is expected that additional naval and R.A.A.F. forces will be sent to the Korean theatre of war. r ! 1 -;i ;.:;i I ij ! j An announcement of the Government's intention may bej made by the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. F.adden) within the next few 'days. Following receipt of the' re quest by the United Nations, Mr.' Fadden consulted with all Ministers and it is understood that all are agreeable that this course should be followed. It is understood that Mr. Fad den has informed the Prime Minister GMr. Menzies) by cable that the Ministers favour send ing additional sea and air forces in preference to raising the spec ial land force for Korea. Any action taken by the Conir monwealth Government will be ipf)ucncecl by reports from the Chiefs of Staffs of the services...

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COMMUNIST LEAFLETS ATTRIBUTED TO PORT KEMBLA BODY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

- COMMUNIST LEAFLETS ? ATTRIBUTED TO PORT KEMBLA BODY MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — A two-page leaflet, headed 'Com; rades, prepare for War' has (seen found at Ballarat. The leaflets bear the -words, 'Authorised -by '* the -Port Kem-: bla Branch of the Combined Workers'- Committee -for Demo cratic Unionism.' ' : 1 It urges comrades to create -inr flation by--vPE§gpf8g,f,J9^.-„.a £10 basic wage which will . trenjeri^ douslv increase the .cost of. iiv-. ing resulting; in serious price in creases and widespread' discon tent. - - - ; Communists are also, urged, *tp wreck production by banning overtime and encouraging work ers to go Slow. : i , The document says that im perialist power, in the East has been undermined and- at any time. Stalin might order the Red armies to sweep through these countries. Britain and America must be prevented from sending forces ,to tliese countries and members ip the Seamen's Union and the Waterside Workers' Federation ?have a vital task in the struggle. The,, lea...

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Striking Carpenters to Hear Conference Report [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Striking Carpenters to Hear Conference Report! Carpenters on strike at the Migrants' Hostel, Five Islands Road, Unanderra, will meet to night to hear decisions of a compulsory conference by the Industrial Aegistrar, called re cently on the dispute. About 46 B.W.I.U. members are involved in the stoppage i which is concerned with the payment of 'country allowanc es'-' to employees of- Kennedy and' Bird, contractors, who are erecting, the hostel. The company recently dis continupd the allowance after- a directipn from the Department of .iWprks and Housing, to the effect that men employed are local district men and not entitl ed, to it The men have been, claiming their right to the ai lo-vanpp under an arrangement with' an earlier employer.

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Wollongong's Donation Tops Flood Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

WWWW !WWWWWi| Wollongong's Donation Tops Flood Appeal SYDNEY, Tuesday .A dona tion of £2000 today by the Wol longong City Council was the largest single sum, ypt . received by the N.S.W. Flood Victims' Appeal, a fund oilicial -said today. Councils throughout N.S.W. had contributed many thou sands of pounds to help flood victims, he said. The Albury District General Fund made a donation of £170 today. The Canadian Women's . Association of N.S.W., whose friends and relatives suffered in the reccnt Canadian floods, expressed their sympathy for N.S.W. flood victims with a contribution of £100 to the . fund. Contributions to the Lord Mayor's Fund so far total £24,164.

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RED PLAN FOR KOREA REJECTED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

RED PLAN FOR KOREA REJECTED WASHINGTON, Thursday (A.A.P.). — The' United States yvill reject Russia's bid to seat Communist China in the United Nations as an impossible1 price for settling the Korean war, dip lomatic sources told United Press.. ' They were commenting on Marshal . Stalin's reply to the In dian Prjnie Minister (Pandit Nejiru) who appealed 'to the U.S. and Russia to end the fighting. It is understood that' Stalin said hie wanted the issue settled: in the Security Council with the Chinese- Communists participat ing. . The American reply to - Mr. Nehru will be made public after delivery, probably late today or tomorrpw.' United Press says the' State Department already has stated its terms for peace talks a cease fire by the North -Koreans, , and the withdrawal of their forces beyond the 38th Parallel.

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TODAY'S TEAMS ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

V. V.\ V. v. v.'. V TODAY'S TEAMS ENGLAND Fullback: MARTIN RYAN Three-quarters : R. POLLARD H. STREET T. DANBY A. DANIELS I^ve-eighlh: J. WILLIAMS Half-back: T. BRADSHAW Lock : K. TRAILL : Second Row: H. MURPHY ' R. RYAN ? Front Row,: .. J. FEATHERSTONE * ./ E., GWYTHER' ; ' ? ' F OSMOND (Hooker) SOUTHERN DIVISION Fullback: J. O'CONNELL Three-quarters: R. MORGAN J. McCLEAN L. TORPEY J. SEYMOUR Five-eighlh: N. SHARP Half-back: K. BROGAN Lock : W. WILSON Second Row: W. BURGESS ? B. SMI.TH (Gapt.): , ? Front Row: ? A. L. DORAN , 3;i ( J. RALSTON -. vi' . ' L. HURLEY Reserves: G. Bruce, W Rawlinson

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MOSCOW CONFERENCE ON KOREA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

I X(^£e I ON KOREA i MOSCOW, Tuesday (A. A. P.). —Britain's Ambassador to Mos cow yesterday had another talk with tho Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister (Andrei Gromyko) — again at Gromyko's request. ' The Ambassador (Sir David Kclty) calledj;on .Gromyko at the Soviet Foreign 'Ministrylast night and ft 'is understood they discussed the Korean situation. The talk lasted only 15 m in UtOM. DETAILS WANTED LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.). —The Deputy Opposition Leader (Mr. Anthony Eden) and other members unsuccessfully pressed the Government in Parliament yesterday for. .details of the re cent Kremlin* ' talks between Ambassador Sir David Kelly and Soviet Deputy Foreign Min ister Andrei Gromyko. In his reply the' Foreign Ar fairs Under Secretary (Mr. Er nest -Davies) told the House: 'The Government takes mem bers into its- confidence as soon I as it is possible to do so. It is not always .possible to disclose details of such conversations, particularly i; when such grave issues as those of peace a...

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WOMEN'S HOCKEY COMP. WILL BEAT WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

WOMEN'S HOCKEY GOMP. WILL BEAT WEATHER The Illawarra Women's Hockey Associa tion will hold its knockout competition this Sunday at Slacky Flat, Bulli. The carnival will be held irrespective of the weather. More than 14 teams, coming | from as far as Nowra, Berry and Albion Park will compete. The carnival is being run in two divisions, A and B. Play will start in the A divi sion at 9 a.m., while the B Grade matches will commence at 9;30 a.m. Two fields will ibe in use throughout the day. As Slacky, Flat is by far the smoothest and best hockey field in the district, good, fast games are expected to be the order of the' day. In the A division, Figtree, ?Illawarra minor premier team, and last year's winner, is again favourite for the event. Strong est rivals may be the southern Yearns, Albion Park and Gerrin gong. Berry, the Shoalhaven minor (premier team, -will also Attend. Unanderra is a strong com bination which may easily cause an upset. Led by Beryl Hayes, one of the fastest centre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

IN MEN'S D.& SUITS AND SPORTS J TROUSERS I AT '' t * DOUBLE ? I - I ' \ BREASTED | Were £11/11/-.. ' ?¥ - | Now I I^MV.1' £9/i7/6 I 'sports ; I I U li ^ .,\ TROUSERS I ' v Reduced from £3/9/11. y I \ ' ^Pec^ at | I ^ V;;l i2/107- ' I V «' ' V These- Trousers can ^ t '? I *' ' ''('I- highly recommended. | X Ail 'j They have '? Belt Lioops i K^^Sobtainable in All Sizes.? Shop Early To-morrow (Wedi) Our establishment will be closed from midrday to ? ? enable our staff to attend the Rugby League game— , ? ; I' England v. Southern Districts. ?? HENVILLE'S 175. CROWN STREET, WOLLONQQNG. |

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Nominations For Bulli Trots [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Nominations For Bulli Trots Nominations for the Bull! Trotting meeting o'n Saturday, are: South Coast Beginners' Hand!-, cap: Sergeant Billy, Marion's Hope, Platinum Bar, Steve's Last, Colin's Charm, Wildwyn, Don Pat, Radiant Ayr, Noble Adonis, Yellowette, Shining Boy, Straw, Phar Walla, Spruso fiVi&an Vnralla TUnn 'Rnv TOfthhlA Mint, Bandon Lawn, Maggie Braden, Half Royal, Rhythm King, Collarnie, Scr. (May be divided on course). iAustinmer Handicap': Miss Revesby, Some Elmo, Brown Legion, Grand Final, Dean Court Scr., Merry Bingen, Meg!s Last, Gay Royal, Minstrel Hall, Jonno, 12 yds.; Great Star, 24 yd... Thirroul Divided; Handicap, 1st Division : Yaralla, ^Sergeant Billy, Platinum Bar, Robert Loche, Maggie Braden, Spruso .Sheen, Speedy Socks, . Colin's Charm, Radiant Ayr, Straw, Scr.; Joan Wyn, Ardell, 24 yds. 2nd Division: Bobbie Mint, Steve's Last, Collarnie, Yellow ette, Phar' Walla, Rhythm King, Half Royal, Marion's Hope, Noble' Adonis, . Scr.;' Boman,. Great Luck, 24 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

I GOOD DELIVERIES. | f 'PPPlJLAR SIZES KEPT IN STOCK t $ YOU ARE INVITED TO INQUIRE AT & I WARSPRTON FRANK! LTD. I 80 KEIRA STREET, WOUONGONG | 4 Phone: Woll. 888 ^

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