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War Service Stars Manufactured in Australia AVAILABLE SOON Melbourne, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

War Service Stars ? ♦ ? ; ? Manufactured in Australia AVAILABLE SOON Melbourne. March -o. Africa Stars, l!»3i)-l.~ Stars and l'a-\- fic Stars, now being manufactured in Australia, are expected (o be available for issue iu the near future.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Atom Bomb Defence Surface Shelters Advocated EX-MINISTER'S VIEWS London, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Atom Bomb Defence ? « ? Surface Shelters Advocated EX-MINISTER'S VIEWS ! 1-omion, March !_'. During a House of Commons debase on civil defence. Sir John- Anderson, of World War II. 'Anderson shelter' fame, advocated an atomic bomb shelter policy, which ce.uiil be put into effect at short notice. He said there was no reason why sur face shelters should be rejected because of the possibilities of atomic bombing. A sheet of brown paper would snilice against flash burning by heat radiation.

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CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS American Press Appeal PRESERVATION OF PEACE New York, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS American Press Appeal PRESERVATION OF PEACE New York. March 22. The pro-Zionist 'New . York Post' to-day carries a double page advertise ment calling on World War II veterans to register with the George Washing ton Legion to serve in Palestine. The advertisement is sponsored by the Pale stine Resistance Defence Fund and the American League for a Free Palestine. It says: — 'The American League for a free Palestine has undertaken to accept your registration and turn it over to the United Nations so that it will have the nucleus of a body of volunteers for the preservation of peace and civilisation in Palestine. It also requests manufacturers of and dealers in medical supplies, surgical instruments and food stuffs to send supplies to the League for despatch to Pa lest i ne.

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Arrest in Bohemia Former Cabinet Ministers VAIN FLIGHT ATTEMPT Prague, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Arrest in Bohemia ? ! ? ?» ? Former Cabinet Ministers VAIN FLIGHT ATTEMPT Prague, March 23. The cx-Vice-L'remier (Mr. .Ian Sramek) and the ex-Minister for Posts ?.{Mr. Mala) were arrested yesterday at an airport in Southern ilnheuiia as j Kiey attempted to llee from the coun try. ' Prague radio said that when Sramek and' llala. both of whom atv ( allmlic priests, were arrested an unidentified foreign plane eir--'«nl overhead. Sevi-ral foreigners have boon detained follow- j Ing an inquiry into tlieir escape. | Both mon weiv ;tufong die gnmp of Ministers who resigned from the Czech Cabinet recently. An announcement on the arresis by the Ministry of the Interior said that large sums in Czech and foreign cur rency were found on the ex-Miuisters. J ' ? - ' I

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Trieste for Italy Yugoslavia States Condition AMERICA'S ATTITUDE Belgrade, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Trieste for Italy ? «. ? Yugoslavia States Condition AMERICA'S ATTITUDE Belarade. March 23. Yugoslavia was willing to give Trieste to Italy if Yugoslavia could re tain the towu of Gorizia, north of Trieste. Announcing this to-day the Yugoslav Foreign Minister (Mr. Sim itch) said that his country was pre pared to negotiate with the Italian Premier (Mr. De Gasperi) and his Gov ernment. The United States Department de clined to comment on this ofier, but a high ranking oflicial said tersely : — 'Yugoslavia wants to give something it does not -possess for something it wants.' A United Press correspondent says that the United States will reject any proposal by Yugoslavia to pull a deal on Trieste. The American position was that Yugoslavia had no voice in the proposal for the amendment of the Italian peace treaty and that the Big Four and Italy could decide to return Trieste to Italy without even consult ing Yugoslavia. Foreign Minister Sitnitch explained that Yugoslavia's protest about T...

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Rumanian Policy Ousting British Oil Interests STATEMENT IN COMMONS London, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Rumanian Policy ? «» ? Ousting British Oil Interests STATEMENT IN COMMONS London, March 1-'.'}. The Rumanian (Jovernmeni's policy appeared to be to yain possession of the. liritish oil companies in iUmuniiu wiiii out payment, said the 1-oreijni 1'iider Secretary -Mi\ MayiiewJ in the lions; of Commons, yesterday. 'This is being done by accusations of economic sabotage and b^- interfering with the companies commercial activi ties, to force them inio bankruptcy,' lie said. * One Itritish- oil company, said Mr. Mayhew,. had been instructed ro sell certain assets to a Soviet company at prices fixed in local, currency by the Uumaninn Government. The Stale administration appointed to Astra Itom ana, the largest oil company in Itumaaia, had acted so prejudicially to the British majority shareholders' Interests that it had been decided to declar^ the company in a state of for cible dissolution and to withdraw the British staff from lluniunia.

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HOLY WEEK SERVICES Church Arrangements [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

HOLY WEEK SERVICES ? a ? Church Arrangements The following services will he con ducted in various churches in tho town and district during Holy Week : — Spy Wednesday St. George's Church. — 7.30 a.m., Holy Communion; 7 p.m.. Intercessions. St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral — 7.30 p.m., Station of tbe Cross. Maundy Thursday St. George's Church — 7.30 a.m., Holy Communion. .St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral— 9 a.m., Solemn High Mass to be fol lowed by the procession to the Altar oi! Repose. Good Friday Christ Church. — 7 a.m., Morning Prayer and Ante-Communion; 10 a.m.. Stations of the Cross ; 12 noon to 3 p.m.. Three Hours Devotions ; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. All services will be con ducted by Rev. L. E. Webb. St. George's Church. — 7.30 a.m., Ante Communion and Litany ; 10 a.m.. Child ren's Devotional Service; 12 noon, Stations of the Cross : 7 p.m., Interces sions and Address. St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral — 9 a.m.. Mass of the Pre-Sanctified ; 'J p.m.. Way of the Cross. Greenough Anglican ...

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AMUSEMENTS Radio Theatre Talkies REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

AMUSEMENTS ? «, ? Radio Theatre Talkies REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES The hilarious farce, 'The Egg and 1'' and the startling story of the efforts of a big towns politicians to direct a police lorce as recounted in 'Behind Green Lights.' constitute the chief attractions in the current programme screening at il»-- Uadio Theatre. Tin; attractions for Thursday night are as follows : — (1) — Xewsreel. (2) — 'Let the People Sing' (Fred Emery, Alastair Sim and Edward Rigby). (3) — 'Brenda Starr, Reporter' (Serial) (*)— 'Utah' (Roy Rogers, 'Gabby' Hayes, Dale Evans aud Peggy Stewart). 'The Egg and I' 'The Egg and I' with Claudette Col bert and Fred MacMurray in the star ring roles of Betty aud Bob will be Screened to-night and to-morrow night. One of the most hilarious stories ever concocted, the picture recounts the adventures of a honeymooning couple who try to wrest a living from a moun tain-wilderness chicken ranch. Miss Colbert discards her trademark glamor and literally goes back to the soil,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

;| Willocks extend Easter Greetings to all Customers and the ^ j! public of the town and district generally J ;! EUT BEFORE EASTER \ ?i 'call and see the i jj Holiday W^ar| i ^ 1 1 ^^1 ^H ^Da ^^H ^^B ^^H ^^HHtt te*i^ ^^8 flH csl^^R 'i | ^^^H ^^^H ^HH ^^^M ^^^H ^^^H ^^^V^^^^B iSBa Hm ^^H SIP HfMT^M ^ jj Tel. 116 ? GERALDTON ? Tel. 116 For the Ladies ! For the Menfolk! ij Tennis Socklets Tennis Socklets !; Ladies* White Cotton Ten- Men's All Wool Cream I; ;! nis Socklets with fancy art Socklets, reinforced heels ;! !; silk tops and toes !; jj 3s. 3/3 1 1 per pair per pair j jj ? , ?; Cotton Briefs Short Underpants j ! ! Ladies' Cream Cotton Briefs Men's Cool Fine Cotton J ![ with full elastic waist, ideal Underpants extremely com J! for sports wear fortable and free fitting ! II 4/5 6/2 ;j per pair (Two coupons) ij Sport Sweaters Sport Sweaters j| j; Ladies' White Lacey Pat- Men's White Art Silk and j; I; terned Sport Sweaters with Wool Sport Sweaters with || !| crewe neck round crewe...

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Explosion in Haifa ARAB MARKET WRECKED Reprisals Against Jews BIG CASUALTY LIST Jerusalem, March 23. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Explosion in Haifa ? « ? ARAB MARKET WRECKED Reprisals Against Jews BIG CASUALTY LIST Jerusalem, March 23. Iraq Street, Haifa, which is the cen tre of the Arab market, was shattered by an explosion late yesterday. Mad dened Arabs ran amok, attacked British armoured cars and tried to steal weapons to use against the Jews, who, according to Haganah radio, engineered the explosion. The blast tore down a whole block of two-storey buildings, killed seventeen and wounded at least fifty Arabs. The Haifa town and dock area was shaken for miles around by the blast which was reported as boing caused by a truck load of explosives left in the street by Jews dressed iu British uniforms. Immediately after the explosion Arabs started mortaring the Jewish part of the town. A shell, which fell near the British police headquarters, killed a British constable. The explosion area was immediately cordoned off by British troops, while volunteers fought the flames.

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TENNIS Annual Easter Tournament EXCELLENT ENTRIES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

TENNIS Annual Easter Tournament EXCELLENT ENTRIES (By -Top Spin'') As was anticipated there has been an outstanding entry from all parts of the district for the annual Easter tourna ment of the Geraldton and Districts Tennis Association to be commenced at Geraldton on Friday next. Players will eouie from areas as wide apart as Ajana and Winchester, Perenjori and the metropolis, as well as from Arrino and Mingenew. It is pleasing to see the revival of interest at Northampton, which club has provided many tine players iu the past. Mullewa is another club which has not been repre sented for some time, but will be pre sent on this occasion. la addition, there is a very strong entry from the Upper Chapman and Greenough dis tricts and also tbe immediate vicinity of Gwaldton. In all, 149 persons will play in the tournament, which will comprise 32G matches, a considerable increase on last year's figures of 11G and 270 respectively. It is obvious that the committee will be faced with a big t...

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CRICKET Geraldton Association THIRD ROUND CONCLUDED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

CRICKET ? A ? Geraldton Association THIRD ROUND CONCLUDED The concluding games in the third ' round of thft fixtures of the GeraWlmj] ! Cricket Association were played mi : Sunday last when Australs defeats I Towns in the match at Queen's I'jjrlc i and Railways lost to Rovers in the ! same at the Geraldtou Recreation ! Ground. I

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IRWIN ROAD BOARD Monthly Meeting at Dongara BEACH IMPROVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

IRWIN ROAD BOARD ? «? Monthly Meeting at Dongara BEACH IMPROVEMENTS The monthly meeting of the Irwin Road Board was held on the 3rd inst., the chairman (Mr. N. It. Healy) pre siding over Messrs. W. E. Dempster, J. Morgan, .1. A. Leitch, K. B. Mitchell, J. M. Steele, L. K. Box and the secre tary (Mr. L. H. Millar), Reports i A report was presented to the ineet | ing as to the need for a cover for the electric light plant at the Denisoti Hai! and it was decided to Jeave the matter of providing (a suitable cover in the I hands of Mr. Leitch. It was advised that trie issue of i motor spirit license tickets wrtald be | made available through the h;cal post office on the signing of the required 'declarations. Arrangements for tho conduct of the vermin drive were referred to the inspector, who was instructed to supply a detailed report to the next meeting. As a result of an inspection of the j Dongara Hall by the members, it was i reported that certain work had already | been undertaken an...

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ROVERS DEFEAT RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

ROVEKS DEFEAT RAILWAYS Solid batting by the openers for Rovers (F. Symonds and E. Chamber lain) who scored 1G and 37 runs respec tively, set the side off to a good start in their innings against Railways at j the recreation ground, and subsequent batsmen in C. Hailing (15). J. Angove (2t-) and C. Hood 32 (m.t out) also cm- ! tributed in major style to the success j of the team, the innings being declared j closed with the score-hoaid . reading j 143 runs for the loss of seven wicket.s. j Railways were dismissed for a total of 113 runs, the top-scorer for the side being R. Hough -who carried his bat for 30 ruus, while J. D-aJd also balled well to make 23 runs. Greatest dam- j age with the ball was done by V. \ Harling (Rovers), who captured four wickets at a cost of 25 runs and E. Chamberlain who took live wickets for 49 runs. It. Hough, two for 11 and It. Major, three for 4!) achieved the bes't bowling averages for Railways. Details of the game are as follov.-s ; — j ROVERS ! F. Sym...

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AUSTRALS DEFEAT TOWNS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

AL'STRALS DEFEAT TOWNS Towns batted first, in !,tlie same ai Queen's Park the team bein.tr ali -»nt for 121 ruus, which total was passed by Australs who had scored 123 runs for j the loss of seven wickets when tin* innings was declared closed. The only Town's batsmen to show any conlidenie with the willow were It. Sew«*IJ. who top-scored for his side with a well made 02 runs, E. Snell 24 (not out) and G. Jeffery (l-r-). For Australs six batsmen scored double figures, the chief contributors being T. Pickering (27) and J. Pickering (20). H. Howell (Australs) bowled most consistently, his figures being seven wickets for 37 runs. Other trundiers to perform well with the ball were It. Sewell ( Towns » four for 3-- and G. Jeffery (Towns* three for 17. Details of the play nr«« as follows : — TOWNS G. Jeffery, b Howell ? 1 '? It. Sewell, b Howeil . . , ? *'- K. Parker, b Jenkin ? 1 It. Kt^ejffan, b HoweJl ? '? V. Cluhe, b Howell ? -- A. Haydock, b Howell ? -- E. Snell, not out ? 24 j Johnso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

PwECENT Alii TKAVELLSSS The fo3I-iwing |tass«'ngers travelled tn and Horn Ccr. d-!ton by the air ser vice -;f tic- .MacCifx'itsoii-AHiler Avia iinii Company Limited during ihe past lew days : — Gerahlicn u- I erth (Saturday) — ' .Messrs. ,\. H.\de. J ». Owens, -:, Thr«».s s. II and Aliases S. Ualdwin and IJ. I'.aldwin. ** - i --n!i io Gcraldwin (Sunday) — Aicssi's. l\ W. Ariiislioiig, A. Ver«-«», \V. .!. Wilt. -hii v. A. K. Anderson. Alesdanie.s I ?'. \V. Armstrong. A. Verc-. and Alisst1?* -I. (I' [»ea a n- I AI. .Jack. - '?% r:tldt-ni io Hroome (Sunday) — Air. ' hinsru a ad Sixie;- C. WarburNiii. j'i;:i iivdiand lo tleraldtoii (Sunday) —Mr. \V. G. King. Geraldton to I«*rth (Sundayk — .M s.-rs. !?'. K. Gavcd. D. Gaved. II. llan !- :i. !.. .5. Wall. Mrs. Ii.. Guscoti and AI !??:-« : AI. ^a :;- e and .!. She-sly. ? :« -i::li'i- u to IcrtJi (Monday) — .\h'-:i-s. A. Ai. Atkinson. .!. -'. I 'riun- !,:= !-i. \\'. l*!i:rs. A. -:ill. !?:. Hi:r(on. A !'. 3!;!iliii. It. Williams. AI. Duggjwi,...

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Perth Wool Sale Yesterday's Rates Held FIXTURE CONTINUES Perth This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

Perth Wool Sale ? «. ? Yesterday's Rates Held FIXTURE CONTINUES IVrth, This AHrrnoon. ; rices at ic-day's I erth -\'ool sal1 were iinu en yesterday's rates. The hi st pio iluriug the morning was 'i'2]d. :''?' '? !:r bales snid on accs.nnt of L. V. U'iIi :nr, Tenterden. Keady-SIade Suits. — A Sydney mes sage states that more Sydney men w.iii.l be ^t^n in ready-made suits in the future, Department Store managers i ti] pvd to-day. Men wli« would not look at a ready-made suit before the war ?were buying liieiu to-day, because (hey could not afford to buy tailor-made suits. ^ _

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BOWLS Activities on Local Green WEEK-END SOCIAL GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 23 March 1948

BOWLS Activities on Local Green WEEK-END SOCIAL GAMES On acct.nnt of tlirro being insufiicieut roi.reseiiiatiws of «;ne faction at the i«; ?«! gr;'s»n on Saturday lasj it was :io'i possible to play the weekly ptu aant lixiure of the (leialdton Uowling j ( Iitb. ami 1 lie afit.-rnoon was tiierefore devoj«-d lo :i series of s-ici:t! g;i!iK.*s ill whiclj the following were the players and sci;res: — A. Logan, V. Morris, .1': Stone aud A. Wheat (capt.l drew with \V. Ward. S. Itell. K. Suv.-yie :n:d J. Kmler (capt.t. 2'i-2.': I '. Doi.lan. 10. (!»'?' j and II. Ellsoii (capt'.k heal J. Margefj.-. i T. Askow and .1. t'urrie (--apl.), 22-lC : H. JiisJiop. J. Witlsers and I5. -.'ihsoti (capt.) beat -'. D*;ualdson, II. Kersliaw and L. Chapman (capt.), 33-Hi: S. Mill.-;. \Y. Archibald. F. Ker.nan and' P.. Wilkiiism (eapt.) beat (.'. - iiflVird, \V. j Archibald. J. Nort hover and S. Wilton | (--apt.». S0-J8. j During She interval in the play Mr.! I.. .1. Chapman, on ir.iialf e.f the patron j of...

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