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U.S. Foreign Policy A Proposed Discussion FAR EAST POSITION New York, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

U.S. Foreign Policy j ? ^— .. ! A Proposed Discussion FAR EAST POSITION New York. March 25. The Presidential candidate (Mr. Harold Stusseu) to-day proposed a joint discussion with fellow candidate (General MacArthur) on American foreign policy. General MacArthur would speak over a direct wire from Tokto and Mr. Stassen would speak, from a radio station in Madison (Wis consin). Suggesting the discussion. Mr. Stasseu said that General MacArthur's propos ed foreign policies would sink America too deeply into commitments in the Far East. General MacArthur's policies would cost billions of American dollars and would require :«? large American army in Asia at a time when our great est danger is from the Communist men ace in Europe, Mr. Stassen said.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Uncharted Mountains Discovery in Indian Ocean SEQUEL TO UPHEAVALS Melbourne, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Uncharted Mountains ? «. ? Discovery in Indian Ocean SEQUEL TO UPHEAVALS Melbourne. March 2-~. Uncharted mountains up to ;).-Hli» fe»»t high were reevntly discovered on tho 1 floor of the Indian Ocean between i Cocos Island and Itatavia by the j British cable ship 'Recorder.' The j ship arrived iu Melbourne yesterday I for a spell from perilous cable repairs. The 'Recorder' was repairing the cable, which links South Africa and the Far East. The cable which had been out of order since 1042 was on a sea bed two to three miles below the surface, which had been affected by volcanic upheavals.

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BIRTH IN IRON LUNG Mother on Danger List FATHER'S PATIENT VIGIL Perth This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

BIRTH IN IRON LUNG Mother on Danger List FATHER'S PATIENT VIGIL I'erth. This Afternoon. For three nights while his wife lay dangerously ill in an iron lung, a Mid land Workshops employee (Jack Clark) slept outside her room at the Infectious Diseases Branch. At 5.15 ! a.m. yesterday, when his wife Betty gave birth to a ojlb. daughter (Lorna Hetty) lie was eagerly waiting for news outside the door. Mrs?. Clark is a victim of infantile paralysis. Mrs. Clark's doctor reported to-day that although her name was still on the danger list, her condition was as satisfactory as could he expected. I^ornji Betty, who was taken to the Children's Hospital yesterday, is re ported to be progressing satisfactorily. When Mrs. Clark woke for a few minutes yesterday afternoon she was shown lie«: baby and smiled happily. 'It was an act of mercy that the baby arrived a few weeks prematurely, because now my wife has a chance to fight the paralysis,' Mr. Clark said to-day. 'I have always wanted a daughter, ...

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Danish Air Shelters Demolition Work Stopped TENSION IN EUROPE Copenhagen, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Danish Air Shelters ? «. ? Demolition Work Stopped TENSION IN EUROPE Copenhagen, March 25. The (jovernment has ordered the immediate cessation of work on the demolition of air raid shelters because of the international situation. A Dan ish Government spokesman urged all Danes, particularly those in coastal regions, to report any suspicious move ments or events.

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Communist Imprisoned Tampered With Ballot Papers CHARGE OF CONTEMPT Brisbane, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Communist Imprisoned Tampered With Ballot Papers CHARGE OF CONTEMPT Brisbane, March 25. duoiumunist Edmund Joseph Rowe, a member of the Federal Council of the Amalgamated Engineering Union, was to-day committed to gaol. He was also fined £60. This action was taken by the Industrial Court after Rowe had failed to appear on a summons charg ing him with contempt. **This man is just staying away and flouting the Court,' said Mr. Bennett, K.C in the Industrial Court when Rowe failed to answer to the calling of his name. The Court found Rowe guilty o.f gross contempt by having interfered with the conduct of a ballot conducted by the Court and' having taken steps to destroy certain of the ballot papers. A big search is going on in Brisbane for Rowe. for whose arrest a warrant has been issued.

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MATCH AT NARALING [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

MATCH AT NARALING The .second match »vas played be tween Yuha Xo. 1 ami Xaralin;* on the hitter's sround, tlie 1 ? ie team .batting lirst for 1-1.1 runs. The tup-scorers of this innings were K. Stokes nil ) ami H. Barclay (2.1), and the star bowler j was X'. Criddle. who claimed seven ! ?~-fHf«»t_ Cor.flJ- r»»n.s. VtiUfi \--. 1 rc|)!i--d with 12.1 runs and thus sustained defeat by twenty runs, and the chief contribu tors for the visitors were X. Criddle (39) ami 11. 'Warr (10). The N»wliir_ lionors for Xaraling were shared by \'. Criddle and 1-. Crhldle and the details of play were as follows: XAKALIXG II. Barclay, -? K. Stokes, b Ii. Simp son ? 2.1 M. Gray, c It. Simpson, b .1. Wil- ' liamson ? .1 K. Stokes, b X. Criddle ? -;i L-ug Criddle. -? .Tupi». b Simpson . . 11 X. Stokes, l.b.w.. b X. Criddle . . 2 II. Cniloton, c I-. Wheeldou, b X. Criddle ? :5 A. Gray, c K. Stokes, b N. Criddle 7 V. Criddle. b X. Criddle ? -', C. Cox, c and b N. Criddle .... 12 L. Cox, not but ? 4 K. Cullo...

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Broadcasting Plans PROPOSED NEW STATION Facilities for Northern Areas DEPARTMENT'S CONCERN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Broadcasting Plans PROPOSED NEW STATION Facilities for Northern Areas DEPARTMENT'S CONCERN The dissatisfaction of the ['ostmas te,r-«;enerals Itepartnjent with Ihe broadcasting services beiii^ supplied to Ihe area north of IVrth was staie.l l.y III.- [»eputy I»ire-tor of 1'ost and TeU irraphs ^Jfr. J. -;. Kilp:itri--k 1 when j speakinir at a mtM'tin.^ held in ihe! Mayoral l'arlor on Monday morning j Mr. Kilpatrirk .sai i that on the orrasion of the visit of a former I'ost fitasfcr-General (Senator Ashley 1 t' -;era)dfon many complaints had been made resrardiuj; the inademtate broad- j casting service supplied to people hi ! this area. Since then a regional sta tion had been established at (ieraldiou. but the Department was si ill not .st^s lied with the si»rvice bein.i: reiid«-red to the people north of l'erth. No d--cisio;i ! had yet Ikvh made whether a station! should be erected at Morawa. Mullewa.j Cue or a? Woiijran Hills and ;h-* inaller { was still the subject of imcslipnie-!!...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

THE BIG STORE (Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Telephones 123 and 124) The I'niversal Providers for Hie District Fl LL STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS j

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Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales AN EASING TENDENCY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Fat Stock Markets ♦ ? Midland Junction Saies AN EASING TENDENCY . ? 1 Opening prices were hYin at the fat j cattle uiarket at Midland Junction on Tuesday, but as auctioning progressed there was an easing tendency and values all round were not up to last \v-M*k's rates. The quality of the yard ing of MS beasts was not as good as that of the previous offering. Quotations: — Good weighty bullocks. £21 to £23: good mediumweight. £1S to £20; good steers. £1»» to £1IS (odd pens, higher) ; good lightweight. £14 to £1~»/1U/-: good weighty cows. iHJ/10/- | to £18/10/-: medium weight. £13/10/- to j £M; good lightweight. £11/10/- to £13: medium condition. £7 to £!-/10/- : plain and rough, lower. Choice lightweight steer and heifer beef. W/- per IWlb. : choice liandyw eight. .!$/(» per HM»|I». : good mediuuiweight bullock, .17/:- i per lOOllt. : good lieavyweight, .12/t» [ter : 1001b.: good cow. .10/- per l-Mi|l.». : i)Iuiu aud rough. lower.

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District Cricket Upper Chapman Association CONCLUDING MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

District Cricket — ♦ ? Upper Chapman Association \ CONCLUDING MATCHES The concluding matches of the quali fying rounds of the premiership lix tures of the l'pi-er Chapman Cricket i Association were played ou Sunday last, I and in a game Ijetweeu Xabawa and j Yium No. 2 on the la tier's ground the; visiting team compiled a double cen- J tury for the loss of live wickets and : won comfortably with a margin of 117 runs. Xabawa had first use of the wicket ami opened with L. Cooper (-*.:ii and K. A. ('riddle (Td). and tin's; pan nership certainly placed the visitors in an excellent jiosition. Kel ('riddle (3'.', Hot out) also batted well, hut three j other members of the team went rat lieu cheaply just before the tea interval, at ', which stage the innings was declared | Hosed with _-).'! runs for the loss of five j wicket.S. The response of lhe Yuna Xo. j _ team was only SO runs, (o which total J lhe chief contributors were -:. Laid- i gan (3.1) ami L. - 'riddle (22-. The ! destroying f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

The NEW a. MCCORMICK DEERING HI WTtRNMIONAl 'Power-Hit' CULTIVATOR DRILL DESIGNED EXPRESSLY [ FOR TRACTOR OPERATION . . . Ask about these THE McConnick-Deering GL-130-T Power-lift Cultivator entirely new features: Drill is an entirely new development in tractor-operated mBMu Power ^ ^ Depth Seeding Machines .... It incorporates many new and SnStaXw. improved features of especial advantage to all tractor farmers ».»,_. — sW of these features are described in this advertisement. ? l^^^^STT^SS rANLY the McCormick-Deering Power-lift Cultivator Drill dnTCS# vXhas all these new features . . . You'll be wise to * f^^^JEtaJf^JrtS? investigate fully this new, tractor-operated seeding machine kvd mtm ^ ^' . . . Ask your local agent to tell you more about it, or, if -.,,.? «. you prefer, to send you an illustrated and descriptive catalogue. ? {£*? J^k^SateiS^ MaHHH|9BHnaiHTfniHfVHBHHB ? Self - adjusting reinforced feed ?^^^B^HHBBm Aj tHB lt- Jm aMIMAji^iliMiiAJffliMiWBrffllSroli tubes — free-f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

J^GAIX AVAILABLE'. Brown Wrap- ? ping P;i}H?r (Flat or Reels). Nov.- ? obtainable from Gernkhon N-\vsj»:hm't- I !.imife-l. Geraldfym.

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Easter Holidays Geraldton Arrangements POST-OFFICE HOURS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

Easter Holidays Geraldton Arrangements POST-OFFICE HOURS All retail shops in Gexaldton will close from to-night until Tuesday morn ing next, with the exception of local butchers, who will open for a brief period on Saturday morniuir. Bakers will make a ^delivery of bread on Satur day morning, and there will be no fur ther delivery until Tuesday. Chemists will open their premises for 'business between the hours of 7 o'clock and S o'clock; on Saturday, Sunday and Mon day nights. All State Government departments will close to-night and will not open until Wednesday morning next Service stations and garages in the town will be closed ail day tomor row, but will open for business between the hours of S a.m. and noon on Satur day and 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. on Monday. The Geraldton post-office will be closed throughout to-morrow and will open for general postal business, includ ing money order and postal note trans actions, between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. on Saturday, when there will be one deliver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

JTJXGL1SH Crepe Paper! Over forty i!ifi-!v»r colors in Crepe Paper at VH\. per packer. Xow obtainable from j Geraldton Newspapers. Limited, Ger- I aldfoti. ' '

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CONTROL OF TRAFFIC New Inspector Welcomed QUESTION OF POLICY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

CONTROL OF TRAFFIC ♦ ? New Inspector Welcomed QUESTION OF POLICY At last night's meeting of the Ger aldton Municipal Council the Mayor (Dr. J. McAleer) extended a welcome \ to the recently appointed traffic inspec- ! tor (Mr. D. H. Blackmore). He j expressed the hope that the inspector j would co-operate to the utmost with the Council in the discharge of his duties and that his tenure of oflice would be successful. Mr. Blaekmore had come to Gerald ton with si reputation and he had heard it said that his reputation had pre- j r-eded him to the town. Dr. McAleer irontiuued. There were various ways fn which the Traffic Act might be inter preted and the ConnciJ was mainly con- j cerned with matters of policy. Although j the Council did not desire to interfere j with the inspector in the discharge of j the duties of his office, in which he was an expert, it was understood that iu the town he would find that traffic in many respects was in a bad way and traffic offences were due to ignora...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

jhim aiong ,^jSH* Lingerie, (asliioncd Ijy Lustre. Tils J3ft \ ' t *' ^ like a cliarin . . . because it is so line ' Mm m& ?'*. ~ ? oi [ubric, sieclc of line, and is tailored -~~^m Mn with a solt, smoolli grace. -^Mi§kaE / Luslrc Stockings, too, ma!;e '-J3B-'~*r s lovely legs lovelier, ^ifff \ FINE HUE jT^ \\/ 'V THE LOVELIEST OF iJSJ. - ~ \Z_^y LINGERIE AND HOSIERY. fuj. ' ) LB/127 ? (j-jF-- » iWest Touring Talkies!; ji ? SCREENING AT ? ;' ji NORTHAMPTON — Fri., April 2 — NORTHAMPTON ;i ij NORTHAMPTON — Sat, April 3 — NORTHAMPTON ij 'i THE FOX FILM TECHNICOLOR MUSICAL ( 'CONEY ISLAND' 2; SuiiThig Betty O.rable, George Montgomery, Cesar Romero, | £ Charles Winninger and Phil Silocis. ?* ? S Sizzling Spectacle — Soii^s and Romance — £ and the Sweetest Musical- Ever! [ ji SUPPORTED BY CARTOON AND NEWSREELS ;« ? and ? ! \ ' A Haunting We Will Go ' !j Featuring: Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy with Dante the \ I* Magician. I NEXT BIG ATTRACTION— THE BELLS OF ST MARY'S i . AIR SERVI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

FRANKLAND RIVER Clearing Sale (On tbf property 'Ilivi*rsd:il«»,' sitiuilod nine mill's wi'st -»f Fnuikiaiid Kivur Hali) Thursday, April 8th, 1948 at noon Westralian Farmers Co-Op. limited .JT'AVOnKI* liy instructions from Air. Fr-?d A. Madley, who has s-ihi his property, will offer !»y i»u!-!i-: uucLioii the \vh»l«» »-f Unv Stotk, l'lant, Miuhiu cry, etc. 3913 ? SKEEP ? 3913 (Teppin I5[«H)d. sliorn -»--tol»cr I^?t, TJ47) 1353 Mated Kwes, HA-4A years, to luuilj May-June. H74 Wethers, 2i-4iyears. W2 Wot hers, li years. -J2W Kwes, IK years. H)S-i Mixed Sex Lanilis, dr«n»iied* May- June, 11)47. t ~A Kaios. JW5 Sheep, mixed apes. The whole of the sheep, with the exception of ranis, have been bred by llr. Hadley on the 'Ittversdale' pnj iwrty on pure Peppiti lines and are plain bodied, lar^e framed, carrying iiiediiiin-h'ue wool of exceUetit style, ranis used beiiifjr of 'Illareen' and 'Oak Park' breeding. The sheep will k l-«' offered in excellent condition and this offers an excellent o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

THE BIG STORE (Frank Green & Son) GERALDTON (Telephones 12:3 and 1JH For ali Your licquimncnts Service and Keen Prices FULI, STOCKS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 25 March 1948

£ ^^ ? n £ I ARE NOW SHOWING ^ \ Carpets in Great Variety \ \ All Priced for Quick Selling \ \ Carpet Squares \ iiSofa Rugs and Hearth Rugs!| i ... in ... * \ Big Variety of Delightful Designs I SEE THE WINDOWS ?. _ — AT — ? i LIMITED \ Marine Terrace, Geraldton \ Tel. 97 ? NEXT POST-OFFICE ? Tel. 97 J AnAtoermy #^& J^^m Women A %e4 /^^^^ fa SIMPLER Beauty Care* FIVE MINUTE ROUTINE MAKE-UP ci eansing crlam. one for To accent your loveliness normal *kin, one for wijfi an elan exquisitely dry. 6/6. f \irisieiine — Sub-Tint skin FnusHNrR. lo tone anil Ma!;c -up Base, in four lefiue skin k-x(nre..N/9. sliades, 7/6; AirSpun m'u-hl astringi nt. 1 0 /-). Pace Powder, 5/-; C. ONIH 1 IONING CHI-AM. lO Roil«JC. 4/6, allf! 1ip siuoofli away -!ryiie«, sli- L. 7/6, in seven new nouiisfi, restore, 7/6. tualf liinq' sliacies. \\X&\ ^ v ? ^xr^ \^S^' y^&p:.^ 'j$~Z—~- Prowls de Bertuv* ? OISTAINABI.E FROM ? Marine 'Terrace Pharmacy, Gerald&n FIRE BRIGADES' DEMO | 5 QUE...

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