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Soviet and Atom Bomb. Scientific Facts Known. INDUSTRIAL HANDICAP. Washington, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Soviet and Atom Bomb Scientific Facts Known INDUSTRIAL HANDICAP Washington, April 1^. The Soviet now has the secret of the atom bomb. This was announced to-day to the Hunse Armed Services' Committee by the Defence Secretary (Air. .lames ForrestaD. but he said Russia still lacked the industrial cap acity to manufacture the bomb. j Air. Forrestal quoted United States Research and Development Hoard chairman (Dr. Vannevar Hush) as bis authority. He said:— 'The Russians have mas tered the scientific knowledge and tech nical procedure involved in manufac turing the bomb.' Air. Forresti'l appealed for a bal anced extension of the armed (Vines. He depU.red talk of a world crisis, and described the present situation as a state of continuing tension.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Costa Rican Rebels. Atlantic Port Captured. MOVE BY GOVERNMENT. Managua (Nicaragua), April 12. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Costa Rican Rebels Atlantic Port Captured MOVE BY GOVERNMENT Alanagua (Nicaragua'. April 1-. , TJie lli:iht Wing Costa Kican rej»els, using Guatemalan equipment, have cap tured the Costa Kican Atlantic seaport of Liuiou. The capture was made in a surprise amphibious attack, when four hundred -»en landed from a -iuate- uialan ship. Two -!uate:ualan bomber* are reported t«- haw landed at Limon. The simultaneous capture of Cartage was also reported, but there has been no continuation uf this. Cart ago is about fifteen miles south-east of San .lose. The Nicaraguan (Jovernuieiit, fearing that the rebel advance may lead to border troubles, has ordered the Costa l{jra — Nicaragua frontier to be st rengthened.

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Legislative Council. Central Province Contest. ONLY TWO NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Legislative Council ? «. ? Central Province Contest ONLY TWO NOMINATIONS j N«. initiations for the biennial elec tions for the Legislative Council to be j held on Saturday. Alay 1~nh. closed. | yesterday. There was no surprise ? nomination for the Central Province, | which will resolve itself into a straight i -ut contest between the Labor and ami Labor forces. The nominations were j announced by the returning olticer (Air. A. IJ. Rutherford i at noon yester- j day as follows: — Logan. Leslie Arthur, of Northampton, farmer and legislator (Country ami Democratic League!. Robinson. David Paul. Gutha, farmer i (Labor). i The retiring member (Air. Logan) j was elected at a by-election held in j April of last year following the resigi:a- | tion of Hon. K. IL Hall. M.L.A.. vvli-; | successfully contested the Geraldtoti j seat at the last genera! elections for I the Legislative Assembly. Air. Logan j is well-known in the Northampton area, j where he has been engaged in a farm- I ing enterp...

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New Variety of Wheat. Given Name of "Wongoondy'. SATISFACTORY TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

New Variety of Wheat! ? 1 ? I Given Name of 'Wongoondy' SATISFACTORY TRIALS The District Agricultural Adviser (Air. G. I.. Throssell j lias been advised by Hie Superintendent of Wheat Farm ing (Air. J. Thomas' who is the regis- r war of cereal varieties in Australia.; lhal the iww wheat (ALSO), which was; released by the Department «.f A^ricul- ? litre this season for the lirst time, has j oiiicially been named '\Von:M«'ndv.' Il lias lii-t'ii i he policy ,,f i he I '??part- j mem for many y»*ars. Air. Throssell ; said, to name their new cereal varieties j after districts in the State. For I example, some «-f ifie well-known wheat ' varieties produced by the Department ? were Nahawa. Beiicuhhiu. Alerredin. j aud r-unuulla and the more recently i named ones, Koudut and K-;orda. Xaliawa for many years was ihe most j widely grown wheat in Australia, while to-day it has been displaced by Bencnbbin. Aiiiniii: the oats, BallMu. Dale and Wongan were very widely gr«;wn. and Greenough. a new ...

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New Home of Research. Training Young Scientists. SCHOLARSHIP PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

New Home of Research ? « ? Training Young Scientists SCHOLARSHIP PLAN Stevenage, in Hertfordshire, the fir^t 'new town' which is being created in Britain under the. Xew Towns Act to cater for the decentralisation of large areas of the population, particularly of London, is also to become a home for some of the nation's most important scientific research. Making this announcement, the Lord President of the Council (Mr. Herbert Morrison) said: — 'The Government have decided that Stevenage will be given preference in considering sites of new scientific establishments in lhe London region. I cannot, tell you what actual research will be located in Stevenage, but I am glad to In- .-title to announce that it will be one uf the most important scientific centres --f the future.' 'For three hundred years,' said Mr. Morrison, 'successive generations --L British scientists have led the world and they have shown that they -;i.\ still do so. Is it too lunch to hope that. with our Xew Education A...

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Homes for Bunbury. Dispute Over Allocations. COUNCIL PERTURBED. Bunbury, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Homes for Bunbury Dispute Over Allocations - COUNCIL PERTURBED Bunhurv. This Afternoon. The Bunhury .Municipal Council will make a str«.ng protest to (he Govern inent f-;r living taken seven of the twelve new homes erected at Bunuury for the use of Government servants. Councillors said that the allotment -it all new houses should be left iu the hands of the local committee appointed I for that purpose. Of the last twelve t allotted six went to members of the Klectricity Commission and one to a school teaeh.6..-. There was about two hundred local applications for the remaining nve houses, said the Mayor (Air. Payne). Cr. F. Hay said: — 'It does not seem right that the Government can give tlie.se houses to newcomers to the town when so many Bunbury people are without homes.'

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Soviet Restrictions. EXTENSION TO AUSTRIA. Concerted Action Proposed. DISCUSSION REFUSED. Vienna, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Soviet Restrictions — EXTENSION TO AUSTRIA Concerted Action Proposed DISCUSSION REFUSED Vienna, April 13. The Russian Commissioner in Aus tria (General Koura.-*ov) has refused to see the Iijs*ish Commissioner Mleueral (jallowjr^) t-» disruss the newly imposed Russian traflic controls. As a result -Jener.il (ialloway has sent a strong protest, and has told the Rus sians that Britain would never allow the searching of Hritish military trains. As well contact is being made with American and Trench military authorities with the idea of taking con certed action against the Soviet order. The Russian refusal to confer fol lowed a request by General Galloway for an immediate discussion of the Rus sian order which was paralysing move ment from and to Vienna. ISritish trains were scheduled to leave Vienna late last night as usual. The Austrian polk-e announced to-day that the Russians had put a barrier across the road from the L'nited States zone in Austria and had blocked all traflic. From B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

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The Beauty of Life. Spirit of True Gladness. SEEKING EVER THE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

The Beauty of Life ? ?♦ ? Spirit of True Gladness SEEKING EVER THE BEST fBy 'Quo Vadis') Some time ago when staying with friends I noticed on a calendar hang ing on the wall a thought for that day, and I was so taken with it that when the day was over and the date torn off, with irs text attached, my friends gave, me the little slip of paper, and I have ! it still. The words are by Walter Pater and are as follows: — 'Put on. therefore, gladness that hath always favor before -Jod. and is acceptable unto Him, and delight thyself in it : for every man that is glad doeth the things that are good, and thinkerh good thoughts, despising grief.' They are beautiful words and make one think of St. I'aul who, despite I imprisonment and persecution, could write of himself, ''As having nothing and yet possessing all things.'' True gladness does not come from without, but it wells up from within. One has only to look around to know that. Very often discontent and had temper are found stamped on t...

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Fire in Coal Bunkers. Vessel Escapes Damage. FREMANTLE OUTBREAK. Fremantle, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Fire in Coal Bunkers Vessel Escapes Damage FREMANTLE OUTBREAK Freruantle. This Afternoon. The Fremautle Fire Brigade last night put out a bunker tire in the British steamer Coulgorm, which is berthed at the North Wharf. Yester day morning coal in her bunkers was found to be smouldering and the crew poured water on it. At 10.30 o'clock last night Jbe fire flared up and the brigade w^^called Water was pumped from the sea into the tween decks bunker on the port side, flooding the bunker- Within two hours the fire was believed to be out. There was no damage to the ship. The Coulgorm is being fitted out at the North Wharf to load wheat at Geelong.

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Unauthorised Landing. American Plane to Leave. OWNERS EXPRESS REGRET. Melbourne, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Unauthorised Landing American Plane to Leave OWNERS EXPRESS REGRET Melbourne; April 13. The American Skyiuaster, wnicn was grounded when it arrived unexpectedly in Perth. last week, is to be allowed to leave Australia by way of Darwin with out passengers. The Director-* ienerai or civn Avia tion (Air-Marshall Williams) said that he had received a message from Sea beard and Western Airways (New York* expressing regret that the Sky master had entered Australia in an unauthorised manner. Authority was requested for the plane to depart with «.ut passengers.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

MISCELLANEOUS il.l. iihinluMs and intending members of tin* -:eraldton Hotel Darts Club ire requested lo meei ;\\ the Gvraldton .lot.-l to-uiorr«,w (Wednesday i night at r.:J«» o'clock: scratcii matches. ? j ^ COAUHXKD .Meeting of the Won- \ thella Tennis ;md Cricket Clubs j ,vill i-e held in Air. J. T. Ahusdens j ?Jhed on Friday next. April l'-!h: aj ;.;-.d alleildance i- requested. 1 -;KNKRAL Aleeting oi the Imperial Hockey -'luli will be held at the ticioii;. Hotel on Thursday nest. April !.'»th. af S.3«l p.m. A practice match vill also be played on Queen's Park on Saturday afternoon next. t\_ OAUDEN I'i-:T!; .-.;;,; iio-e -how will be held ai i he residence of Ur. D. du Uouiay at Nanson on Satur Isiy next. April 17ih : tennis medley and iiusical prograuniM* -Iuriug ih-* alter- ' loon: AI;«'s IJus will leav-* the Gerald --n Slate ScImoI at - p.m. aud the leraldron Town Hall at J.l«.' p.m. In he evening a dance will be held in tiie Vausou Hall ami the proceeds of both 'unctions wi...

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Metropolitan Racing. Meeting at Headquarters. WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Headquarters HEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY The following weights have been , dec! a iv« I for the meeting ro be «-«-ji- du.ted by the Wes.eni Australian Tun Club af headquarters on Saturday next : — j CAKAIKL AIAIDKN ! ( Five-year-olds and under i i About six lurlongs ?? c.ranic ----'.' U Sylvan Chord s L' Farce ----Nil Amazing D. - S l! j .'ayland ---*!«- F.pic Dome - s :_' j Drawbridge - i- '?* (ireeiunarc - ^ 1 ! Cay Cossip - s '?' Fairy Flight * -? I I auto Helle - ,S 7 1 imtoiiin ? s -i J Chinki - - - -; 7 Aliss Aliling -S u j Wilmare - - s *; F- rost - - - - s -? i - lariou - - - S .'i Kpinard - - - 7 !-? ; Sandriughain S 4 -;. Quality - - 7 !? j Jlright Shine S 4 Aprxsan - - - 7 !i j Lady Dainty S 4 , Tadzi-k - - - 7 ♦? ! Spring Folly S :-- Kliytimi -url 7 -! { Uodisou - - - s 3 (.Hen I'm ? 7 -\ I- Korraiing X :?* Swift's Ch. - 7 0 j Our Treat - - S ^ P.algore ? 7 -» ! -:reen Signal S :.' -;-,1«I AI-nh - 7 -- '? PICKEKIXt; HANDICAP 1 ( Two-yea r-- 'Ids t...

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Radio Theatre Talkies. Current Attractions. REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies ^ - Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES The story of a woman consumed with jealousy, which encouraged her t-- every excess iu an effort to regain tb.2 love of a husband, whose affections for her remained unchanged, is presented with graphic poignancy in 'A Woman Destroyed.' whicb will be screened at rhe Radio Theatre to-night and again to-morrow night. The main supporting feature is 'The Notorious Lone Wolf,*' starring Gerald Mohr and .Tunis Car ter. The programme for Thursday night is as follows: — ( 1 ( — NewsreeJ. (2) — 'High Towered' (Robert Lowery, Phyllis Brooks, Mary Treen and Joe Sawyer). (3)— 'Hi Ho Rodeo.' -4- — '.Jasper Goes Hunting.'' ('») — 'Secret Agent Xi)' (Serial). («) — 'Hoppy's Holiday'' (William Boyd. Any Clyde, Rand Brooks and Mary Wake). 'A Woman Destroyed' An outstanding performance is given by Susan Hayward in 'A Woman Des troyed.' which will be screened to-night and Wednesday night. Given what is probably one of the most unsympathe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths DEATH CURTIN— On April 2nd, 1948, at the Victoria District Hospital, Geraldton, Mary Ann, loving mother of Mar garet, mother-in-law of Joe and darl ing grandma of Valma and Dennis: aged 77 years. Gone, but not forgotten. j IN MEMORIAM \ ORIDDLE — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on April 12th, 1935. Always Remembered Dearly. — Inserted by her daughter (Edith). FINDLAY (Kenneth Cowieson) — 18 ! loving memory of our dear brother, j who passed away at Hollywood ; Military Hospital on April 14th, 1946. ! — Ever remembered by his loving sister j (Doss) and ? bjrother-in-law (Frank1 Harrison). j FUNERAL, I ? I ?pHE friends of Mr. George A. Whitby, of 4S Eleanor Street. Geraldton, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late dearly beloved wife (Maud Mary) to the place of interment in the Catholic Cemetery at Utakarra The funeral is appointed to leave St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral following a Requiem Mass to be celebrated at 10...

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Electricity Rationing. Protection for Industries. SYDNEY PRECAUTIONS. Sydney, April 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

Electricity Rationing Protection for Industries SYDNEY PRECAUTIONS Sydney, April 13. Electricity is to be rationed in Syd ney under a zone scheme to prevent power black-outs. The industries most seriously affected will be textiles, clothing, bootmaking and engineering. Industrial power will be rationed half a-day per week or one day a fortnight. Housewives will not be able to use a radio or space heating between - a.m. :iud 7.3-- p.m. from Mondays to Fridays or cooking appliances between 7.30 a.m. Mud '.I a.m. on the day or half-day on which i heir zone will !-e rationed. Householders will be asked to reduce lighting by 2~i i»er cent. Exemptions will be granted for the sick, old people and young children. Kaiii Developing.— Tlie Weather I.ureau to-day issued the following Geraldton forecast for the next twenty four hours: — Fine for the present, but cloudiness increasing to-morrow with rain developing: fresh north-east to north winds and moderate to rough seas. _

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The Geraldton Guardian TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1948 CHIFLEY AND COMMUNISM. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

igerafdf on -gtt#rdiatt TUESDAY. APRIL 13, V.MS CHIFLEY AND COMMUNISM ? I As the Chifley Government has made j no- secret of its opposition to taking any J drastic action against rue Communist J Party in Australia, and :is on April 6th the Federal Labor Caucus, after hear ing: the Prime Minister ami the Attor- j ney-General on that subjei-t. rejected overwhelmingly a niution by Mr. F;«1p teiu for the appointauent of :- romuii*- j tee to investigate subversive activities. ? the defeat of the motion moved by the j Leader of the Opposition in the House ? o£ Representatives on the following j day, censuring the Government for its ; failure adequately to deal with Com- j munist activities -was inevitable. The debate, however. \ ; hardly fjiU-ulated rn convince the Australian |h--ij-1«- jhat ili«* Government's crnHjilai.-em attitude '' tlie Communist issue is tlu» rijdit on**. Mr. Meiizies. ritinir oiniparntively recent history in Europe and Australia — particularly in Queensland and Vic ...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Food Coupons. — Current food coupons ?are as follows: — Tea, 'A to 20; butter, 13 to 15; meat, 29 to 3-r- (red) ami 33 to 39 (blue). They will remain un changed until April ISith. Fisheries Patrcl Bott. — The State ♦ Fisheries Department launch 'Kooruld- j hoo,' which was drought to Geraldton ; l'rom Freniaivtle recently under the ! command of the fisheries inspector st:i- ' rioned at Geraldtou (Mr. C. Piesse), .'s ; at present being used for patrol work -ui the fishing grounds in the vicinity of the Abrolhos Islands. Mr. Piesse, win.' recently completed :i six mouth's rehabilitation course at the Fisheries School at Cronulla. is being assisted iu the work of the Fisheries Department j iu the Geraldton zone by Fisheries j Inspectors S. W. Bowler and C. Smart, j of Perth. j _______ i An Apology. — Messrs. Crothers Bros.. of Durlacher Street, desire to express | : regret for any inconvenience that might | have been caused to persons who j ' accepted an invitation to ...

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CYCLING. Road Season Continued. DUNNE STRIKES FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 13 April 1948

CYCLING ? ♦ ? Road Season Continued DUNNE STRIKES FORM Striking form for the first time in many months, 15. Dunne was seen to advantage in tiie easiest victory yet recorded this year when the Geraldton Cycle Club's racing season was advanc ed a further stage on Sunday last. Dunne's winning margin was most remarkable, as a mile from home he was riding in the leading pack, but so fast did he travel from then on, and into a head wind at that, that the opposition were spread-eagled. It is to be hoped this good cyclist retains Sun day's form for it is certain he would then be a strong conteuder for the road cliHii}pN|R.siiip to be held later in the year. Backshall was limit man, and appar ently riding to instructions, did not use unnecessary energy in trying to create a break. Sharpe and It. McKiHop accompanied by Al. AlcAulilTe «wu joined him ami it was noticed that McAuliiVe was not riding in bis usual style and could not settle down. It. Manners and Dunne from lifty seconds showed the...

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