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DROVE TRUCK AT COUPLE ALLEGED; MAN REMANDED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
DROVE TRUCK AT COUPLE ALLEGED; MAN REMANDED SYDNEY, Monday.— A man' whom police allege' drove a' truck at a man and his wife, knocking them down and injur ing them on Saturday, was re manded until August '4 at- Red fern court today. The; man, Ernest- Thring,' 34, a 'lorry driver, was 'allowed £100 bail. ? . Police; charged Thring with having maliciously wounded Gloria Loxley. and Francis Ray Loxley with intent to do grevi qus bodily harm.
STRACHEY CONFIDENT ON KOREA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
STRACHEY CONFIDENT ON KOREA LONDON, Monday (A.A.P.).— The British Minister for War (Mr. Strachey) said last night he was confident the situation in Korea would not lead to another world war as the result of Unit ed Nations' firm action. Addressing a Labor party meeting at Enfield, Middlesex, he said that such acts of aggres sion almost inevitably drove the nations of the west to consider whether they had not to devote more production resources to their own defence. GOVT. POLICY SOON 'The Government's policy on defence will ' be announced j shortly,' he said. j 'But any 1 further proportion of our production resources which liave to be devoted to de fence when we already virtually have full employment in this country will only come out of re- , sources which for five years we ' devoted to reconstruction,' he said. : Mr. Strachey said if heavier defence expenditure became necessary in Britain it would' have to be undertaken different ly from the way it had been in the past. 'Often in ...
Customs Charge Against Farren Price [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
Customs Charge Against Farren Price SYDNEY, Monday.— Hearing of charges alleging Customs vio lations against a city jeweller and an importer, were adjourn ed until September 25 at the Special Federal Court today. John .Hamilton Farren Price, jeweller, of Elizabeth . Street, Sydney, is charged with two counts of .presenting non genuine invoices to the Customs Department and making a false entry regarding goods imported into the Commonwealth. Walter Sternberg, importer, of George Street, Sydney, is alleg ed, on six counts, to have know ingly been concerned in making, false particulars in import en tries, and to,.haVe 'been directly ?concerned , in presenting a non genuine invoice;' The hearings were adjourned pending appeals- by Sternberg against previous convictions for Customs, offends before the Court of Criminal Appeals.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
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Prohibition On Youth League [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
Prohibition On Youth League SIR.,— The action of the immi gration Minister in preventing Wa3 Cunningham, State Secre tary of the Eureka Youth Lea gue from leaving Australia' ' to attend the World Federation of Democratic -Youth Conference in China is just another indication J of the intention to follow thie lead of the Yankee Imperialists in doing everything they can„to prevent the people of the world from becoming organised for peace. Wal Cunningham's mission to China would mean that the Aus tralian youth,, for ' whom plans have already been made for con scription so that they can be used against th£ independence fight of ' the' colonial youth' & fo£ ' the preservation of the profits of big business,, will be heard and linked with the voice of the teeming millions of Chinese youth and the world-wide youth movement, from whose ranks cannon fodder is obtained by the ruling class. 5 Menzies .and Company realise tha.t' the World Federation- of Democratic Youth is a danger to th...
Wife Of First Korean R.A.A.F. Casualty Back [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
Wife Of First Korean R.A.A.F. Cas^lty SYDNEY, Monday. — The wife 'of' the ' first- Australian casualty-' in'- the ,:Korean war- ar- rived today from Tokyo by Qanias' Skymasteiv iShe is Mrs. VG. Strout, -whp was met at Kingsford-Smith airport by an: oifHcer-. represeht ing Air' - 'V-ice-Ma-rshal Mc. Cauley.'-'Air Offleer Command ing Sasterii1 ''.'Areas ? of ' the R.A.A.i\ : v ; - 1 ' - ' '?? Mrs. Strout, who' refused a Press- interview,':- wa^; accom panied byr ,ifrs. A. B. Jamieson, W,i^e- -oft the ']Australij^n member of- th'e'' '-United Nations/ Commis sion in Korea. Both are; -eyacue?es. from the battle area. ; * ; ' : Mrs. Stifout is th- wi,fa of Squadijon-Leadeij. ^G. Strout, of Adelaide, a Pacific War - air veteran. . H,e led;, the fi.ost sqrtie o,f^ iyiustang f'sM®1'? f'jo,'??, th,^ Australian. 77 Squadron against the. Niorth Koreans., . . , Squadron-Leadjer. . Strout . has been reported ; mining.. . Mrs. Jamieson said that when hostilities began, she and other Allied civilia...
IRONWORKERS' BALLOT DECISION RESERVED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
[?] MELBOURNE, Monday.— Mr. Justice Dunphy in the Arbitration Court today re served his decision on an application that the Federated Ironworkers' Association be tem porarily restrained from conducting a ballot in August fox the position of general secre tary. The application was made by Laurence. Short, i.eader-, of , th.e, Sydney nriod prates,, who nomin-.j ated for the position made vacant by the resignation by E, Thornton; Counsel; for., .Shojrt 'al.leged Thornton had , left, ' Australia] and,- accepted ' an : app^ntmeni; 'behind the, Irpn Curtaih'.'-' Mr. . S.hprt ; sp.ught ? a] ' iiemp.or ary'.delayf of the Paction . .pe'ndT ;? ing- the.: hearings by, - Ju'stiCQ ; Dunphy. of aleged irregularities during thp union's executiyp election ' last ? September. : : Justice Dunphy. -sa;id- . 'hp would hear ? ' the: 1 -charges. : ' in Sydney about : August 22. ? ? v Mr. Short opposed 'Mr. Thorn ton at'the election ibirb was de. feated.' ' ' The applicant, alsj asked 'that the. ballot ip...
A.W.U. Call To Unionists For U.N. Support [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
Call To Unionists For El. Support SYDNEY, Monday.— The General Sec retary of the Australian Workers' Union (Mr. T. Dougherty) today called for all-out sup port for the United Nations in Korea. The A.W.U. is the largest union in Australia. Bitterly attacking Communism, Mr. Dougherty said that if the' United Nations wanted ships, planes and war material, Aus tralian trade, unionists would see, that they were delivered. 'The United Nations was formed, to bring pea,ce and. se-. curity' to the nations of ' the world,' he said. 'Those who believe in. the democratic way of life look to it for' protection 'against, tihpse who would plunge the world into a. third world war] in the hope pf enforcing another way of life.' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . 'Australia, ast ' a democratic outpost in the Pacific, must not only support the United Nations in thp counsels of the wonp, bu.i- must . give ' practical assistance whenever and wherever it is re quired.'' v y .LOOlC TO. U.S. - Mr. Dougherty, said that Aus tr...
Extradition On Murder Charge [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
Extradition On Murder Charge PERTH, Monday. — .. Lionel Charles Thomas, '£4, baker, wijl stand trial In' Sydney, charged with the murder of Mrs; Phyllis Page, 50, at-Eden.' An application for- his extradi tion Was granted in the City I Court .today. Showing no emotion as . the charg;e was read- Thomas gazed, about the court. . Thoma.s will probably be extra dited tomorrow. ' ?\yitnesses , froml five States will he called at his, trial. Mrs.' Page, a'' \RldpwvVa# 'last, seen, alive in the Eden district in. February after she had sold her Blacktqwh' home for £1800.
Red China Move To Manchuria [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
? ii j i»— Red China Move To Manchuria HONG KONG, Monday (A.A.P.-Reuter) — As Communist China continues to rush troops'' north to Manchuria, which bor ders North Korea, the Peking; propagandists are redoubling; their efforts to sow hatred and distrust qf . Americans. ,r 9adio/ and Press, in tune .with, other Communist ' countries, are, tffijily, -chousing th^. thern^ of Am^^iripan, .a,gg^es^iQ^ and. liken-, ing the to. that of Hitjle^ a,nd*th9 leadbts ojt'Im periai Japan. , ? : ? . ^hile, Korea, 9b- yiousi^; .miore 1 cdncerned; abpiit the, .^ture 9?; :Form6s£';'! ' ! . Statementsj i^ljnost 'daily re peat Peking's int'ehVion ? to' cap-; t'ure ' Formb8a;V irresp§ctive of American action^'' '
NEGRO'S DRAMATIC RESCUE OF CHILD FROM MOVING TRAIN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
NEGRO'S DRAMATIC RESCUE ? OF CHILD FROM MOVING :TRAp ; : N E W YO R K, Monday (A.A.P.) A 60-year-old negro brakeman, J iijri Dfowell, yesterday rescued a baby boy - in dramatic .fashion, f rjom certain death under the. wheels of : a - coal train, at- S.t. Charles, 'Micgjnia.v-; '.' ;' ;-fj' Dowell was Riding Jfctlfeab^ic^-. van ' of. ti\^ ;\t'rairi^^Mctf'; ' wa6 backing down ' steep, grade, when he ^an'c'ed alop'g the' line. 'Oh my' God, look s at:' that' baby,' . he- yelled, to, the conduc tor. . : . ; , ;Aihou t lOO-'.y s,; ahead ojf the tr'ain b#.ljiy ^o^waril had , todd\e d up the, ? m,l?a nkm e n t . on the, track. The co.ndiictor slammed the' brakes, on ail ticks', but it \yas plain the! tija^in 90ui,d* nijl; stop, in 'time.* . ' '? RACE D AH E A D QF TPA'P Dowell leaped fr.om, th.9 brakes van -and ? rae$d along thj| '^rack If^epiing just a^heacl of \he ^nqy ing traini ' Simultaneously, the Ipoy'e mothejf, Mrs! Carl Wo^w^rd wh-j, 'hftd. be'eQ lij.o^ing for' t^m, saw hi^n op th...
UDOVIKOFF'S CONDITION UNCHANGED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
UDOYIKOFF'S CONDITION UNCHANGED lyiELBOURNE, Monday. — Radio messages from Heard Is land today reported that there had been no change in the con dition of Dr, Serge UdoyJkoff, a member of the Australian. Ant arctic Expedition, who is suner ing . from acute, appendicitis The officer in charge of the Antarctic Division of Depart ment of Externai Affairs'X'Mr. P. i. Law) said it was thought' that Udovikoiff would be able to hold an until the' steamer Perthshire irriye'd' on 'Thursday. 'A message from; the Island top lay indicated:' that' Udbvikoff's onditions was' satisfactory.. An operation will be. necessary ,ut therq. wiup-'now.- 'no extreme it-g-pncy. ?:
JAP DEAD; BEATS TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
JAP DEAD; BEATS TRIAL LOS NEGROS, Monday (A'.A.P.). — A suspected Japan ese, war criminal, charged with the murder of Australian ? prisoners, of war, died at a nayaj, hospital, 'here last night after a sudden .- illjness. . The suspect, ex-seaman first class Iwao Taira., 29, is belie, ved to, have died during an op$ra :tiorx: for acute, app.endici.tis, a naval spokesman said today. '''Ta.ira is the. only Japanese suspect who has died during internment here. A! naval doctor, Surgeon Lieutenant W.''''Mc~''i.v, ''was rushed from a cricket m^tph to; attend Taira, who, cpUaJpsed. at the prisoners' compound lite in the afternoon: Following an autopsy 'by a civilian doctor today, a.' fellow Japanese suspect, General Masataka Yamawaki, identified the body. Later, the Coroner (Mr. Tom Aitchison) hpld a short inquiry and adjourned it. Taira was cha.rged with nine other suspects with the murder of/. Australian 'soldiers and Allied prisoners of war near Koepang, Dutch New Guinea, iii February, ...
"Children In North Korean Army" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
'Children In North Korean ArmY' TOKYO, Monday (A.A.P. _Reuter;).— The. .North 'Korean Communist army - was forcing 13-year-old schoolchildren into, combat against American. ;and South Korean troops. ' A . message from Associated Press correspondent in -Tokyo said Colonel Leo Sun Keun, of the South 'Korean. Army, said this today. ? ? His* report ? is confirmed toy Captain Kenneth Cornall, an American; adviser to the Re public of ' Korea. ; -Lee 'said captured North Korean' tro.pp3 and refugees from Communist-held areas had reported the use of school phild^en, both boys and girls, in' the fighting 'zones. -North Korean soldiers had not 'been .told -they were, fight ing ^j^me^ican, ; troops.., These soldiers .believed they, were facing only guerilla . forces which would be .wiped out in a veek or. two; I. ? ? i ?
TWO LOTTERY WINS IN SIX WEEKS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 25 July 1950
TWO LOTTERY WINS IN SIX WEEKS SYDNEY, Monday. — For the second time, in six weeks, Mr., Charlie Woods, .a, Canberra' grazier, shared, third prize of £500 in. the lottery. ?*; He shared today's prize with anotner -uanDerra grazier, ar. Jack Reid, : of. Tidbinbilla,' and the'previous prize with Mr. Reid's wife. ? ? ; Mr. V. Roffe,' of ^ueanbeyan; near Canberra, won second prize in- . -today's lottery. First ? prize went to Mrs. K. Fitzgerald, sis ter.of the licensee of the' Captain Cook Hotel, Moore- Park;