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MAN THROWN THROUGH GAR WINDSGREEN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

MAN THROWN THROUGH CAR WINDSCREEN A man was thrown through the windscreen of.- a.- car when 'it collide^ w!tlT'*ih«r,ri9ar of an -btlier. stationary- car . ::.o)ii; \ Bulli Pass last' night in .blinding rain. He was -Frank Sydney IJands, of-- Penrose, ?who 'was- a passen ger in a car- 'driven toy , Colin James, also of - Penrose. . . - James' car collided -with that of , Leslie. Ernest Turner, of Princess Street, Berry, who was forced to stop in .blinding .rain when his lights failed. James was blinded' toy the lights of a heavy vehicle tra velling in the opposite direction and did not see Turner's car. .Hands was taken to - B'xlli District Hospital . by the Illa warra District Ambulance, suf fering from cuts to .the face and forehead and a probably fractured cheek bone, arid', ad mitted. Both cars were extensively damaged.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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ALDERMEN TO ATTEND MEETING AT THIRROUL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

ALDERMEN TO attend Meeting AT THIRROVL At the next meeting of the 'hirroul Local Committee, to be nl'd in the Soldiers' Hall, ;Thir lul, at , 7.30 p.m. on.. August 9, f.ree Aldermen from the. Coiin , ,iil- ._o^i.the,.Ci't,y'i of'Greater Woll 4ongong will'^beViiresent. . ' ' . 'It* ? is' 'intended' to. discuss the condition of the: Th'irroul Beach k'i'osk building's, the failure of the couiicil over a .number of years to. attend to these matters , on the -.beach and to debate ,-wiys and means to' have improve ments. effected..-.,-. ?

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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100,000 Bricks for New Catholic School [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

100,000 Bricks for New Catholic School [ A shipment of 100,000 bricks has arrived for the reconstruc tion of the St. Francis Xavier's Primary School, Wollongong.v Construction work on the pro ject will begin as soon as wea ther permits. I .^.Father C. B. Callaghan, parish priest,, said yesterday he was hoping for an early/start, as the ? additional class room space was urgently needed. — ? ' 'We'have '400' children' in-the primary school now,' said Fath er Callaghan,- 'and'the-school' is . overcrowded.y ; The reconstruc tion;' .will provide : an additional five classrooms.' i ' j Father Callaghan said'the-new building' ^would provide the: necessary facilities for the teaching ^f domestic science and commercial courses. This would make it possible for the school to embrace ? the teaching of an older^ age group. y The- new. building will cost an estimated . £20,000. . The builder is H. A.' Taylor Construction Co. and the architect is Mr. C. Glancy, of Sydney. , '-'-The project is bein...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

FUNERAL NOTICES FORBUTT. — The relatives and friends of Mrs.' Catherine' Forbixtt and family, ot 9. Allen Street^ Woilongong', are kindly invited to attend the funeral' of li'erV late. .beloved' husband and their dear father',' James, which is to leave. Cole's Funeral Par lours, Wollongong, this Monday' after. ;a service commencing i. at 1 p.m.rlor the Woronora Cre matorium.' ? s . ' A. S. COLE . . Funeral Director. DEATH NOTICE EOiSBUTT, , James. . July. 23', 1950,; at Wollongong: District Hospital, ; beloved husband of Catherine and ;dear father .of .Eric, Leo, David, Norman, ? Royy '.'.Bill,,.,. Vera . (Mrs. . W. Longhurst), Kath (Mrs. (Helyer), and Margaret (Mrs. El Rich). Aged 71'*years. ' SILVER WEDDING . , SILy^R y^EDDlNG.— Alt. JTr(on Church,, ( Edinburgh','.^ Agnes Liddle Croolcs to' Rotiert Munro, -24th : July, 1925„ by the . Rev. John' A. G. Thompson. Present ad dress, Kirt'on Rd., Austihmer.

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Yondok Again In North Korean Hands [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

Yondok Again In North Korean Hands TOKYO, Sunday (A.A.P.-Reuter). — General MacArthur in a special communique today announced that North Korean forces had recaptured Yondok yesterday. Yesterday American and South Korean troops had captured Yondok in a successful attack which swept them several miles north of the town. United Press correspondent, Peter Kalischer with the Ameri can forces at -the front, writes that 1st Cavalry Division officers TsTtVi TTnroanc orP PP.t ting ready -for a heavy attack against divisions in positions south-east - of Taejon. The Communists put down a heavy fire in the American front line positions - while Major General Hobarti' Gay,. -the .Divi sion's commandeiv was; making an inspection. '. ! 'I -believe' this ; is preparation for a -.major ?'attack,' ; General Gay said. . ? ; According- to American Asso ciated .Press -a large aircraft carrier loaded ' with aircraft ar rived in Tokyo, yesterday after & fast. Pacific crossing, .from the United SJat...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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ILLAWARRA UNDER 18'S SOCCER WIN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

ILLAWARRA UNDER irS SOCCER WW Always in front, ll lawarra's Under 18 Soccer team were never in danger of defeat against West Sydney in tlie match., played at Ball s Paddock, Woonona, on Saturday afternoon. They won 5-4. , Illawarra were soon on top when centre' half Glyn Kemp with a fast' , driye crashed t'he ball past West's goalkeeper, j West Sydney attacked but llla I warra's full backs Newby and [ Hogarth were able to repulse all | attempts to equalise. j Illawarra' combined well and ; Boatori gave, the home side a 2-0 ! lead .when he scored from close S in after. Green, crossed from the | right wing. ' Ted Green at thi - j stage was giving the Illawarra ; inside forwards a feast of 11k j ball with fast crosses. ! West' Sydney came away again I and in a thrilling burst equalis ; ed with two fine goals by centre { forward Phillips, j With' only two niinutes of play ; remaining in the first half Beat i on scored for Ill'awarra when he | finalised yet another fine cross j from Gree...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

SEE THE NEW 'NACO' HOME LAUNDRY Which does not necessitate a hot water system. LA VIS ELECTRIC 110 CROWN STREET

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

GENERAL CARRYING ★ FURNITURE REMOVALS and STORAGE Sydney- Wollongong Transport Phones: WolL 69 & 1293.

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Rain Stopped All Sport Yesterday [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

Rain Stopped All Sport Yesterday ' For the second time this season, all Rugby League in the Illawarra district was washed out yesterday. Sport which was to have been played on Saturday also suffered as a result of the weather. Rugby officials were quickly on the job yesterday morning and shortly . after 9 o'clock , it was announced that all games were off. | The Wollongong Showground, where Wollongong were to have, played Western Suburbs, was completely covered with water; while McCatie Park, the site of the Port v. Brothers game, was in a similar condition. : The grounds at Dapto and Scarborough were also unplay able. The. Wollongong golf links yesterday afternoon resembled a huge lake; while the (McCabe Park tennis courts (were inches deep in water. Illawarra Soccer officials had no alternative but to cancel the Ambulance Cup knock-out com petitions which was scheduled for Memorial Park Corrimal. WOMEN'S SPORT OFF.. ' Women's sport was also af fected. The Illawarra Softball Associ...

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Railway Officials Anxiously Watch Coast Line [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

Railway Officials Anxiously Watch Coast Line! Since yesterday's torrential rains, extra pat rols have been keeping a 24-hour vigil over the South Coast railway line, from Helensburgh to Nowra. A speed reduction has been imposed on I all trains travelling between Otford and Coalcliff. Immediately the rain began to fall yesterday morning extra gangers were despatch ed to various points along the line to form additional patrols. These men check each section of the line before a train is al lowed to proceed. The patrols have been doubled in known 'danger areas' where trouble may be expected. Up to late last night no further seri | ous damage had been caused. Yesterday all scheduled trains ran both to and from Sydney with the exception of the 5.25 .p.m. from Wollongorig and the 6.27 p.m. from Sydney. 'These two trains were can celled owing to the lack of tra i vellers' said a' spokesman ? .for the Railway Department 'last night. EVERY GANGER OUT 'Every ganger was on the job today,' the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

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Woonona Beats Lysaghts Orb By Odd Goal [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

Woonona Beats Lysaghts Orb Bv Odd Goal NEWCASTLE, Sun dayv — Although Woohona-Bulli missed a penalty kick it i defeated Lysaghts Orb by, two goals to one under .deplorable, conditions at Mayfield. Park yesterday. ?Lysaghts Orb led 'by one goal .to nil. not long after play began, hut Wonnnnn-PSntlt' 'ttin' alfAnv. er and, heavier side, kicked with more power and abandoned' all attempts at cohesive play. It was content to' keep' the ball in Lysaghts Orb area and kiclc.it W.wa'rds' goal' ,iri /the , hope thnt Lysaghts Onb defence would make .errors. It made two to give Wbonona-Bulli its lead '.siriS from then on . the South Coast side concentrated on defence and 'twon well, if narrowly. North Ireland Wins Bowls LONDON Sunday . (AAP.).~ The North ^relarid Bowling As-1 s'ociatfon beat the Australian touring team 118 to 83 at Bel fast;

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Box Of Tools Awaits Owner [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

Box Of Tools Awaits; Owner Corrimal police report the fln^ing1 on July 14 in Burelli Street, Wlallpngpng, .of- a miji tary munition box containing a. quantity of motor mechanic-'s tools. It ds now at Corrimal Police Station ' waiting to ib'e claimed by the owner. . '

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WANTED—A MINISTER FOR ECONOMY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

WANTED— A MINISTER FOR ECONOMY : ;IT IS BECOMING increasingly clear ; there is, room for pne more Cabinet Minister in tn£ Federal Government — a Minister for Ecdiio'rriy. His1 job would be to check the ex y penditure of every other Federal department [ to discover whether Jt was really essential, : and , if it Was' not, prohibit it. He would earn ; fii# ♦ -?/ 's ' I sitiggesjtioh is, not as flippant as it ' sountls\ ? It is, qiiite evident that uniesS ther^ ; is a halt to Federal spending soori^Melw&qle: ; natioir-Wili pay dearly for it, and not iff terms' of vtax^tioh alone. WITH NEARLY £500,000,000 at.his dis posal.' which is roughly five times as' m!uch money 3,5 .the Federal Go^ef-h'in'erit s^efft an-: nuaily before the war, Mr. Fadden has an , ffouiiced a Budget deficit of £25 million over tHe past. 12 months. _ Current social services taxatiori,. it is an nounced simultaneously, is not sufficient to' pay for present social services, let alone new benefits the Governmen...

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Rain Prevents Archbishop's Visit [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

Rain Prevents Archbishop's Visit Yesterday's weather prevented His' Grace 'the Archbishop 'pf Sydney from visiting this dis trict. ? 'j;; He wa§ to have administered the rites of' confirmation at St. . Stephen's, Port' Kepibla, in tjje aft'pmpon, . qnd at 'St. .Michael;s, Wollongong, at night; '. ' '? rphe ..services have been post poned to' a date to be arranged.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

|'\ UttaviSfrdtZ. ? Daily Mercury & to»=— eSTASUSM© t833& ? MONDAY, JULY 24, 1950.

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MERCY SHIP IN RADIO CONTACT WITH HEARD IS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

MERCY SHIP IN RADIO 1 CONTACT WB ^ HEARD IS, MELBOm^NE, Sun. — Rfflip contact beiweeqi the' 30,000 'Ions mercy ship Perthshire an(J the Australian ^nt^rti)6 pjippdjtion at lonely Heard Island,...' 2600 miles south of Perth, was es tablished this afternoon. With a doctor on 'board, the r-erinsnire is steaming to Heard Island' to givp medical atten- ' tlon to Soctoi' gerge . Udpyikgff, the expedition's only, medical officer ,who .is suffering! 'from appendicular abscess. ' cejvftd late tpjday indic^Jed that Udpyjkpff'fl condition yas --a little : better, arid there was 'iio immediate' danger. -' it., pjfp^al.ned today Ythat local perito'nitis; ? |s not 'lis dangerous as 'general peritonit is, but must foe treated pis soon as possLblp. , : * I If -wea.th'er conditions $ re good, thp ? Perthshire . should reach ? H^ard ' Island on Tues day. 'J?. : Thp.j simp's -ihedical officer will H°^9ihly operate to drain t'tie

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

^V.W.V.V.V.W.V.V.V.V.V.WAW,V.VV.WA' j! CHARACTER IN CLOTHES 1 :? S 5 For Tailored Clothes worthy of your «C I; confidence consult T. and J. Egan. I; ?: ? All Suits, Costumes, Sports Coats , Hj ;! Trousers, Dinner Suits and Tuxedos are ;j HAND TAILORED on the Premises from I; l\ highest grade materials, and linings, and «! ?I trimmings are the best. ;? | T. & J. EGAN :? Exclusive Tailors ;i !; Above Black and White Cafe j; !; Entrance in Keira Street, next to ;! Brickwoads. Phone 1431 !; .'/AV.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.VAV.V.V.SV.V.VV.W.V, i^- tjt i|- 'I* *1* *3* *$♦ *1* 'I* '$**$»'!' 'I' 'I* '1* *1* 'j* CHEMISTS AND TAXPAYERS j ? ? JAMES GALLAGHER, Wollongong's Leading Chemist, ?? 1 next to Union Bank, 225 Crown Street. Wollongong, \ ) ? ? is providing a useful service for harassed taxpayers. ?? ? ? Customers are supplied with a small card on which ? ? are entered all purchases, which form the basis of. a re- J) ? ? bate for income tax purposes. ' . . ; ' Each time a prescription is m...

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Dutch Warship In Action Off Korean Coast [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

Dutch Warship In Action Off Korean Coast : WASHINGTON, Sunday '(A.A.P.) ' — A Navy spokesman disclosed yesterday that a P^tch warship had gone into action with. American and British Nayaj forces off the Kpreari rcoast. ' ' ' The spokesman did npt identi fy the Dutch wa.rship. ? An , Airforce sppkesman . said Belgium ^ had offered to sup^iy planed .-'for-: the airlift from the United States to Korea. - The British Air Minister (Mr. ttend'ersojif revealed yesterday that, a squadron of R.A.F. Sun derland ' Fl'y'iri^h.Pats was how operating with British naval units in the Korean campaiigri. Ca'riadiah 'pacific Airline's had offered to make its trans-Pacific fleet availalile for airlift opera tions to Tokyo, Government' offl? cials sajd 1|) Ottawa yesterday.

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15 Million More Americans [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 24 July 1950

\ 15 .Million More Americans . WASHINGTON, Sunday : ( Aui.P.) .—The Census Bureau .' yesterday 'tentatively placed the 'population of continental United States: at 150,520,198— nearly 15 ?' million inore than the total for 1940.. ?

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