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WOLLONGONG PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

WOLLONGONG PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP A. Caldwell and L. Hart de feated V. '^ate. and P. Sloane, 30 17 in a round of the \yo.llong9ng Rowling C(ub ?major pairs cham pionship yesterday. Vjuuu uuwis was seen urn. LIIC result was nev^r, in doubt. In ^ niinor.- pairs champion; ship,' A. Osborne 'and A.. Naugh ton defeated G. Green and (j. jqliffe 23-17. The game. -yas' even until the: last few, ends when the eventual winngrs played well to obtain the ' In; a ' game'1 whicli ' was even iiiitil' the : lSth' end.i N$v Wilms in a minor ' singles gam'e1.' . r '

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Semi-final of At Corrimal [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

Semi-final of Singles o ' ' At Corrimal In one of the best games ever seen o.n the Corrimal green, A. McMillan de.feate,^ W. Mungall in the $e;xvi-fin^l of the Co.itriifial Club singles championship yes terday. Old Bowlers declare it was one of : the finest games they have seen and play was of the highest standard. McMillan ran out the winner by 31 points to 28. In the other semi-flnal J. Brown 31 defeated R. Zoyi 27. This was also' a good game, with Brown in the lead for the greater part of the game. In the ciub pairs quarter-final, Joe Kerr and N. Emery defeated Dal Santo and'Hi'ndmarsh,\yhile M. Zovi and C. Miiey 26 defeated J. Kerr and R. Kerr 16.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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COAST BOWLERS TO PLAY METROPOLIS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

COAST BOWLERS TO PLAY METROPOLIS The following players have been selected to represent the

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PORT KEMBLA RINK COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

PORT KEMBLA RINK COMPETITION : Port Kembla Bowling Club conducted a rinks competition yesterday, the winners being R. PjayeVj J. Burnett arid 'J. Mat te rson. ? Riiiihers-up were J. O'Brien, P. Jurd, K. McClane and W! Garvie. Three rinks from the Port Kembla'- Club , visited Waverley green yesterday, and spent an epjoyable day on the city green. Next Sunday six rinks from Port Kembla Club will spend the day. at the Granville gre.en.

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OBITUARY MR. LESLIE CHURCHIN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

0BITLARY :MR. LESLIE CHURCH IN Mr. , Les Ohurchin, a. well known resident . of .Wollongong, collapsed- while lunchiiig. in a Wbllpngong'cafe op. , Sunday, and | was' rushed .? to,., .the-Jhpspital, where. he died some; hours later, j of-' : cerebral; to.aeTOQifchage; Br e7 -viously.: he ijaid:. always enjoyed the 'best of lie^thl' /; . ; - , ' ! : , Deceased, , .^wks ? '- urirnar rie'd, . is surylve^'-toyiiliis indther, six sisters 'and- l-io.Sr^brothers', ' of whom two J.^Re^. i and.- -Reubgn) liye .in'. ^^loitig;qng; l:His father dSe'd six, 'we^ics ago ;in.: Sydney. ; Tiie.-' Cole's .funetal' . parlour //'today ? (Tues „day) , at .3-';p.m.;, foi;i;th'e Roman Cathplic cSmeter^';\^0!llon^on;g. M RS, BHYLLIS S.YMp^s , ; -The death occurred- ^yesterday of- Mrs .Phyllis, Symbns,: of Eas'tr e'rn .-Street,- ' Gwynnevllle. She died, in tiic' y^ollbngoiig' 'District HosQf{aJ^' a|red'^.V , - : :*Mi%.' 'SymbriS':-'is' survived-; toy hei^ husband, .-Mr John ' James Syrhonsi idii'd ' .'her;!; ...

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Port Kembla Mission "One Of The Best," Say Visiting Seamen [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

Port Kembla Mission 'One 01 Tie Best,'9 Say Visiting Seamen In Darcy Road, Port Kembla, there is an unobtrusive red-roofed brick building, snugged behind shady trees. Above the door hangs a shield, bearing a picture of an angel in fight ('Behold, I bring you good tidings!') symbol of alt Church of England Missions to Seamen . The warden is Miss Dixon who, with one' exception^ is, tlie only woman Mission warden in the World. Tall, with . sea-blue eyes and . heavy fair, hair, worn ' hi a coronet - of plaits, Miss ' Dixon' is ' of commanding yet cordial u.ien, taking her arduous duties cheerfully, happy if her guests are happy; perplexed only be cause slie cannot do more for them. . ' .- | The. Mission clubs were orig inated by Rev.' John Ashley, of: Bristol, in pity- for the $bneiy-| islanders , and lighthouse^ 4ays..a year, Irrespective of creed | or colour and*- entirely ijupjaortea by-'-y.olu^ta'iTr;. 'cohtiri^u^bgs. ' ' Now, there/are 9,7 , clubs,; siti ua ted,, ? in the. main WP?...

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Peace Council Wants U.S. Withdrawal [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

Peace Council Wants U.S. Withdrawal In ^ statement issued, yester day the secretary of- the llla warra Pea^e Aiixiliary (Mr. M. EacHen^ep) ..V: tefme.d; America's, action in Korea as 'armed in tervention in Korea's civil, vynr'. iHe,., . said theV.^u^tralian: .Peace Council demanded the immediate '? withdrawal of American troops. 'The ? outbreak- of- , arrncd.xoH- fltcl is conclusive '^-fidtince ail restrictions on democratic, llbo.u ties endang:pi; world peace;' said; Mr. ^ackendep.',. 'The Hberat.ioji of; Korea jn 1.945. provided the United Nations with a magni ficent opportunity to realise their purpose as set out- in. the United Nations Charter':1 ' v. ' 'This reads:; : ... 'To .develop A iendly relatiijris among? nations! based o fi' respect for the ' prirT- ciple of'-equal rights, and.self tietermination ' of peoples',' he ? 'Had this- ; been done the }--i'esent arbitrary^ division;'; of Korea . would '. 'never ' have 'oc curred.' ! ' Mr! ' Fackehder' - ^aijd the Kprean. Reojj...

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TAXI MAN FAILED TO WAIT; FINED £2 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

TAXI MAN FAILED TO WAIT; FINED 12 A . ta^i driver who failed to wait before making a; right hand! turn c^using a policeman on a j motor cycietp - skid and capsize was fined £2 with 15/-witness'j expenses in the Wollongong Court . of Petty Sessions yesterday. , He was John Briyie McArtney, | 23, of Woliongong, who pleaded &uui-,y i-v. unc winigc y* ActiJuiQ to wait. - Police Prosecutor (Sergeant W. J. -Smith) told. Mr . J. J^eeman, S.M., McArtriey had bisen . driy-: ing alon| . Prince's Highway, Unhnderra, on Juiie 15. 'A p.qlice constable- on: a! motor cycle' had been driving behind. McCartney-, turned/ suddenly., into ' Tahner-y. Street, ; arid the constable,' .trying to ayoid a: col-, iision, skidded and overturned. He' suffered minor, injuries... ? fp'oUc'e; offered', rio evidence on a; charge 6f ne^iigent driving, :^and McArtney was' discharged;

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Variety In Film Programme [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

Variety In Film Programme An excellent ' programme ? of VarjetJ films was' shown -at the Higff' School Hall' on- Friday night under 'the direction of'the. Post Office l^ilm Unit which brought the projector and equip ment from Sydney and. gave' the entertainment for the benefit of the Wollongong; Infants'- School Mothers' Club. '' . .-Judging by.'the applause' from, the large , audience,' mostly' chil dren, the most interesting fllm. W^s 'Ho.w ' Animals. 'DefenH Themselves.' y.'A' Letter ; for John' traced a' letter's '.-.journey; from a little boy at Manly' '.to his friend in Bathurst. . A car toon, a Gaumont-Bfitish' News Review of the 'Olympic 'Games,' Snow Sports, a' story of Mexi-; ?can family life and 'Lee ,SyI phides' with ..Margot. Fonteyn, were other good Alms. The President, of the Mothers' Club, thanked the. technicians for the programme,' the 'audiT ence for support! Mr. Collins for the loan of the hall and Mr. G. Jones for, the cost of . the tickets.

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THE FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

THE FORECAST , f ;S.E. DISTRICTS: Occasional i ' sHoWers in southern border dis trict^,- mainly on the Slopes; some more snow on the Alps. Cool to cold, with , north-west- to south-west winds, fresh to strong jit first. A cold night, with many frosts. Slight sea.

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PARLIAMENT HAS A RIGHT TO SAY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

PARLIAMENT HAS A RIGHT to say ? THE PRIME MINISTER haa done wel} to call Parliament together- to -discuss;.. tM, Koreari situation gjid ?Australia's ?'part' E^oth Parliament and the public , are entitled to this, MQst people Will endorse the: action the:. Government has taken to support U.N.O.'s decision to intervene on behalf of South Korea. There is an almost universal fueling that U.N .O, had no logical alternative and Australia, being pledged to thie spirit as ' well as; the terms of;- the United Nations Char ter^ could be expected to co-operate. But Australia is a democracy and -it .is not for the executive, haying taken sych a vital step, to proceed further without the- en- dorsement of the people as a whole, tljroijgh their Parliament. ; ESPECIALLY is th;s so in the present political situation, \vith the nation niore or less evenly- divided in its party allegiances. Labor endorsement of what has been done c&n be virtually taken for granted, but the party is entitled t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

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S. Korean Lines Crumbling [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

S. Korean Lines Crumbling SUWON, Monday (A.A.P.-Reuter). — ihe South Korean Army is crumpling under an attack from North Korean troops and has abandoned entirely the Han River defence line, says Unitec Press. The correspondent says in some sections of the front, near Seoul, the Southerners' retreaf is almost a rout. There is no official indication as yet that Australian troops, with the B.C.O-.F, in Jatpan will be used' in the Korean fighting. Most ofv the South Korean troops are falling back . with weapons and ammunition. Those still holding, or retreat ing orderly, are short of ammu nition. American troops are oeing rushed to the front as -the threat -to the Southern base of Suwon grows hourly. A spokesman told the A.A.P. R.e u t e r correspondent, Ray Macartney, at General MacAiv. t-hur's advanced headquarters- at j Taejon -today, that the situation is 'not too good.' . : . The British Admiralty has an nounced that British warships with -U.S. ships engaged North Korean Eiboats, s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

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KOREANS THANK TRUMAN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

KOREANS THANK TRUMAN TOKYO1, Monday.— In Taejon, seat of the South Korean Government, the National Assembly today adopted a message of thanks addressed to President! ruman. i 'The people of Korea and all defenders of freedom thank Your Excellency and the Ameri can people for the quick and ad equate decision to extend mili tary aid to South Korea in order to defend democracy and uphold the principles of the United Nations,' the message stated. The South Korean Cabinet an nounced today its decision to buy wheat and barley from Aus tralia and Japan to store until needed in areas which are ex pected to be reconquered from the Communists. General MacArthur's head quarters 'somewhere in South Korea' had reported earlier- that there had been little change in the position since yesterday, with some air activity, but no planes reported shot down. . The communique said the en emy attempted minor drives, but had again fallen back. Korean , war reports reaching Japan today express the opin ion ...

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COAL BOARD ACCUSED OF VANDALISM [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

COAL BOARD ACCUSED OF VANDALISM LITHGOW, Monday. — 'The Coal Board's open-cut mining .methods could be compared to two wild burrs fighting in a beautiful flower garden,' de clared Mr. Frank Neubeck, founder of open-cut coal mining on the Mudgee line, at a protest meeting at Wallerawang today. ? The meeting was attended by local government, medical, Chamber of Commerce, taxpay ers and health officers' dele gates, and demanded that ? the Government -take immediate action to force the Coal Board to . fill iff . disused openrcut coal mines on the Mudgee -line. r. 'Coal Board bulldozers tear across the countryside like mad -bulls, rooting up the ground and tearing down fences,' Mr. Neu beck': said; Mr. Neubeck said -he had re claimed portion of the country side .'by a policy of reafforesta tion. 'Unless the exhausted cuts are reclaimed -and -planted with trees the ? country will ,be de stroyed,' 'he said. The Sydney engineer -of tlie Coal Board (Mr. C. Marshall) told the meeting that if ...

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10 TON MAXIMUM LOAD LIMIT ON BULLI PASS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

10 TON MAXIMUM LOAD tlMIT ON BULLI PASS ; As' a .result of the conference called, by the City Council on Friday to discuss the protec tion of :- Bull! Pass from, further damage, the . Department of Main Roads ha^. decided that loads on Bulli Pass should not exceed 10 tons .gross weight. . At the conference' it. was unanimously decided' that heavy I lorries' were destroying the work of the department's men as fast-as it was done and there was a ? danger that the South Coast would be cut off entirely and deprived of foodstuffs and other essehtials. .' , The restrictions do not pre vent the' cartage of any mate rials, but; limit the vehicles and loads' to- a-reasbnable weight. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 4 July 1950

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