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Truman Warns Against "Sneak" Attack [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Truman Warns Against 'Sneak' Attack WASHINGTON, Thursday (A.A.P.) — President Truman lastj night warned the free nations of the world to be on guard against a 'sneak' attack by the Communist forces. 'The fact that Communist forces have invaded Korea is a warning that there may be similar acts of aggression in , other parts of the world,' he de-. clared. 'The Free Nations must be on their guard more than ever before against this kind of sneak attack.' Mr. Truman quoted a personal report received from General MacArthur a ', few hours previ ously in which the United Na tions' Commander declared that the .North Korean invaders had had their great chance but had failed' to exploit it. : President Truman's broadcast over' a: nation-wide ' ' radio and television; .'networks .came a few I hours' ' after ' he 'had 'asfeSd -'Woh- J gress for. 10,000 million dollars i and widely increased powers in I the Korean crisis. President Truman told his people that the Free Nations , had now made it cl...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No HARM in SMOKING or DRINKING [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

\No HARM in SMOKING or DRINKING SYDNEY, Thursday. — An Adelaide scientist (Dr.' S. W. Pennycuick) warned smokers to day that every time they lit up they cut three minutes off their lives. He' told farmers attending the Agricultural Bureau's- ?'?Annual Conference, at Hawke'sbury, that the ' average ' smoker ? died' four years1 earlier than', non-srhokers. ' ''You wont cbme to any harm smoking Up . to 20 cigarettes a day but -if you smoke more than 30, liook out for yourself,' said Dr. Pennycuick.'- ? - - He said liquor, in - moderation, was valuable because it stimu lated conversation and removed peoples' repressions. 'But it's not ' a stimulant, as many people suppose, it actually slows down the heart,' be added. Dr. Pennycuick said worry was the aver£lge man's greatest enemy. i

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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BRICK PRODUCTION INCREASES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

BRICK PRODUCTION INCREASES CANBERRA, Thursday. — Th# monthly production of bricks in Australia has almost reached pre-war figures, according to a bulletin issued by the Common wealth Statistician (Dr. -Roland Wilson) today. A total of 89.6 million bricks was produced in May, compared with 60 -million in 1938-39 .and 56:1 million in May last year. ?The second -highest output of beer was ? recorded in May, when' 14.8 million gallons were brewed, compared with 15.3 mil lion gallons in March. In the same month cigarette; cigar., and tobacco production ?was at the highest level - at 2.81 million pounds. .

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Bataan In Contact With Unidentified Sub. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Bataan In Contact With Unidentified Sub. TOKYO, Thursday (A;A.P. Reuter). — The Australian. de« stroyer Bataan contacted an un identified submarine- while on escort duty with the' Allied landing fleet at Pohang . oh .Tuesday. One 'Bataan officer said the submarine must have been little more - than 2000. yards' ? away when 'picked up', by the Ba taan's 'detector device. ? ' ; 'We swerved and ? held 'her for- three minutes at' 16 knots; ?but she dived deep under the convoy and we lost contact,' he added; 'It's an old trick.'' The- Bataan 'has covered 4500 miles - on patrol and ? convoy duty in three weeks. ? The . crew's, only complaint is that they are' 'tired of -firing at things- that can't fire back.' ? Just, 'before- leaving Pohang yesterday, her skipper (Com mander W. B. Marks, of Syd ney) commented: 'This time our orders may toe more ex citing.' I

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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AUSTRALIAN SOCCER TEAM HAS BIG WIN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

AUSTRALIAN SOCCER TEAM HAS BIG -WIN CAPETOWN, Friday (A.A.P.). —Australia's Soccer team regis tered? its . biggest victory, of the tour -when it defeated South western Districts by -13 goals' to nil,'- at - Mossel Bay yesterday. The Australians completely dominated play arid' had they wished they could have won by an even bigger margin. Nunn scored six goals and Par sons three, ' while Robertson, Sanders, Hulirie arid NichollsJ scored one each. , ,v

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Drummoyne Experiments Should Help Corrimal [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Drummoyne Experiments Should Help Corrimal (By 'Ex-International') Corrimal should annex the points from Drum moyne tomorrow, as the city brigade is experi menting with new players in the hope of welding together a first-class side. Corrimal has also the same troubles and has made changes to suit the occasion. What Corrimal need most is two good wing halfbacks to sup ply their forwards with the right type of delivery, . as the success of any team is accom plished from the halves who are the backbone of attack and also defence. - D. .Tames should be restored to the forward line as inside-right where he- was -playing so bril liantly prior to going to half back. This move would instill shoot ing power which .is badly need ed in the Corrimal forwards. M. O'Riordan is too slow in thinking what he. is going to do 'which allows the opposing de fence time to rob him of the ball. ' Goalkeeper J. Wright will be back - guarding the . goal. This will strengthen . Corrimal ; Drummoyne has the be...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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SOUTH COAST RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

. SOUTH COAST RAINFALL Rainfall registrations for the 24 hours period ending 9 ; a.m. Thursday, were: South Coast: Camden 136, Ficton 112, Wdllon gong 99, Robertson 57, Bowral 59, Moss Vale 60, Sutton Forest 5?, Kiama 48, Berry 50, Nowra 65, Crookhaven ' 47, '? Jervis Bay 40, Milton- '11,- Ulladulla; 13,! Braid wood .2, Bateman's Bay 2, Port Kembla 69, Bega 1. |

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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DELAY BEFORE B.H.P. RESUMES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

DELAY BEFORE B.H.P. RESUMES NEWCASTLE, Thursday. Several days will pass before B.H.P. production returns ? to normal following the steelworks strike settlement yesterday. Workers in coke-ovens and open-hearth departments were the first back at work today. The two chief production units at Stewart' - and Lloyds' tube works, the continuous weld mill and the push bench . mill, will not resume before next week. At the B.H.P., steel-making will resume on Saturday, morn ing and rolling on Saturday

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Hassen To Meet Alex Sinnaeve [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

— ? ? ? Hassen To Meet Alex Sinnaeve SYDNEY, Thursday . — Light weight Champion Jack Hassen will fight Alex Sinnaeve, in Mel bourne, on August 11. 'Hassen was to have fought Norm Gent but Gent requested a return with the French welter Jean Mougin. It will be Hassen's first fight in Melbourne'. -

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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STORE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

STORE able -the. postwar period, I suppose things will be avail*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

WEEK-END SPECIALS ' 'Daily Mercury ' [ SHOPPING GLIDE \\ AT MARCUS CLARK'S AMERICAN CAMBRIC, a bsautiful, soft, hard-wearing cloth in bright colours, and the colours are fast. 5/- per yd. WHITE TENNIS TWILL, 42 inches wide. Ideal for frocks, shirts, etc. 8/11 per yd. 32in. POPLIN SHIRTING, suitable for shirts or pyjames, and the price is only 2/7 per yd. Blue only. 1 J. MULLINS jj and Son ? 301 CROWN STREET ? American Sharkskin. S Sports Trousers ? Light — Durable S Were 46/9 ? REDUCED TO 37/6 9 a Hennessy s S The ' Heating Specialists ? Primus Stoves ? Pressure Lamps ' Room Heaters h All Spares stocked for b above. £ HENNESSY'S g 233 Crown St., Woll.S Phone 816. § H ? n ? b ? ? ? ? ? n ? n n b n s» eHi NEWS for the NOT -SO -SUM! Special Melbourne Purchase ol CARDIGANS and SKIRTS in sizes XW to XOS. CARDIGANS are in all styles, in the loveliest shades. ?? ? SKIRTS in black or brown mousse or in grey worsted, beauti fully cut in figure-flattering styles. CARDIGANS and SKIRTS for the ...

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Shipping Movements [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Shipping Movements Arrived yesterday: River Bur dekin from Whyalla at 10.17 a.m., Coramba* from Sydney at 12.22 p.m. Departed yesterday: Becken ham for Newcastle at 7.05 a.m. Arriving today: Kamoria from Sydney, Strasbourg at 12 noon. Irtjn Master in afternoon. Departing today: Avismore at 8 a'.rti. for southern ports.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Have You Seen the Fine Needlework Display at Coddington's In CROWN STREET ? TRACED LINENS and all the Necessary Cottons v Ready to Work RUBBER STAMPS To Order, All Types . ' ? ' ' ! - ? . .... i DAILY MERCURY I Church Street, Wollongong j Telephone 21 ;

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P. & C. Meeting Well Attended At Corrimal [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

P. & C. Meeting Well Attended VAt Cbrrimal Despite the weather there was a good attendance at the Cor rimal' P. and C. Association meet ing, presided over by Mr. C Sheppard. ' Mrs. Potts, who had agreed to continue as Secretary to, the Women's Auxiliary, found it ne cessary for health reasons to de finitely resign. After the president, the head master (Mr. Devine), and sev eral other members had expressed regret at the cause of the en forced resignation and apprecia tion . of the splendid work: per formed by Mrs. Potts, the vacant position was filled by. the ; ap pointment ; of Miss Hendricks, the ..assistant secretary. . , A report from the Women's Auxiliary referred to the juvenile, fancy dress ball, which the as sociation decided to leave en tirely in the hands of the aux iliary. Mr. Keelty, one of the appoint ed delegates, reported his accep tance of the secretaryship of the Corrimal Film Council for two reasons: (1) He was keenly in terested.- (2) As ' teacher in charge...

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Rain Reduces Corrimal Rail Revenue [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Rain Reduces Corrimal Rail Revenue Revenue at Corrimal Railway Station showed a total decrease of oyer £1000 during June owing to the heavy rains causing cur tailment of services. , The . number of passenger] tickets issued dropped to 4417 ! and coaching revenue to £852. Revenue from goods traffic was also reduced to £889 as a result of only 1010 trucks with 10,288 tons being despatched.

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"TOO MUCH DRINK NO GOOD" FOR NEW AUSTRALIAN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

'TOO IUCH DRIHE A New Australian who has been charged on two counts had said, 'Too much . drink — no good,' a police sergeant said in Wollongong Court of Petty Ses sions yesterday. After three police oflicers had given evidence on ' the charges, Mivoslaiv Bedzinki, 25/ of the Migrants' Hostel, Five Islands Road, Unanderra, was remanded until August 2. Bedzinki has been charged with negligent driving and driv ing .under the influence of in-, toxicating- liquor. He; was allow ed 'bail.of £20. r The New Australian was the ridefc'; of-; a motor cycle which was involved in a collision with a motor car near the intersec tion of Crown Street ,-and Rail way Parade, Wollongong, on January 17. Constable Elliot, of Wollon gong, said that ' after . helping Bedzinki free his cycle from the car, he- asked him . how many drinks he had had and his 3t;e ply was 'one beer at Figtrfic.' .5 ' When ? he suggested Bodzlriki ? might have had more, Bedzinki said, 'Maybe.' He, was staggering on his .feet a ...

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CORRIMAL C.W.A. ARRANGES INTERNATIONAL DAY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

CORRIMAL C.W.M ARRANGES /INTERNATIONAL, DAY ' ; The main topic discussed at the monthly meeting of the Cor rimal C.W.A. was the 'Interna- tional Day,' to be held on Aug ust 12. ? ? The meeting was well attend ed despite inclement weather. Mrs. Martin, president, occu pied the chair. 'International Day' will be celebrated in the Assembly Room of the Corrimal Public School, when a talking fiilm on Mexico will be shown, to be followed by other items of entertainment, concluding with afternoon tea. : . The public are invited to at tend. Mrs. Griffin was appointed 'Chief Listener In' to { !'Mar garet's' C.W.A. sessions on 2WL and report to each meeting, /. Mrs.. Wilson reported on the last Amenities Committee meet ing, -and Mesdmaes Gray and -Martin gave . a resume of the meeting of the Film Council, to which they had been appointed. Regular meetings of the C.W.A. are- held in the- Church of Eng land Hall on the third Tuesday of each month. \

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Corrimal Public School Notes WOONONA DOWNS CORRIMAL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Corrimal Public School Notes WOONONA DOWNS CORiilMAL Corrimal was defeated by Woo nona in the semi-finals of; the School Soccer; The game was played under adverse conditions at, Fernhill arid; much credit is due to Woon- - ona, who had several ' of :their players indisposed. Results A GRADE: Woonona 1, Cor rimal 0. B GRADE: Woonona 2, Cor rimal 1. A goal was scored tor Corrimal by Keith Simpson. Corrimal is looking forward to ! another match against Woonona. * # « ? For the first time this term a full staff is on duty in the Infants' Department. Although Mrs. Boome is away on sick leave, Mrs. Caldwell, of Wollon gong, is acting as her relief. * * ? * Mr. Kohler, of Corrimal, has made a gift of three ' goldfish, whifch now occupy the tank in j the kindergarten room, and are much appreciated by teachers ' and pupils. ? i

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Only 10/- Pension Increase Rumoured [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Only 10/- Pension Increase Rumoured, CANBERRA, Thursday .-^-The Secretary of the N.S.W. South Coast Labour Council (Mr. li. Mullin) told the A.C.T. Trades and Labour Council that '.the Labor Movement has confiden tial . information that . the. Gov ernment intended to increase pensions by only 10/- weekly. He urged a Commonwealth wide campaign by unionists for a pension of at least 50 per cent, of the basic wage, with periodical adjustments, which ., scheme would cost about £25 million. The council decided to sup port the plan and suggest . a Commonwealth-wide campaign.,

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