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American Presidency General MacArthur's Plans SIGNIFICANT MESSAGE Mudison (Wisconsin), January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

American Presidency General MacArthurs Plans SIGNIFICANT MESSAGE Madison (Wisconsin), January o. Speculation wether General Douglas MacArthur' will be a candidate for the Presidential ejections iu»xt November has been renewed. This is as a resin, of a message he sent to be read at the celebration of the ceuteunial of Wis consin, his home State. Portion of the message, which is regarded as significant, was as fol lows: — 'There can be no greater satis faction than such as comes from 'con fidence reflected iu the selection by one's neighbours for public service.' Organisers for th« 'MacArthur for President*' campaign committee express ed delight with the message.

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Dividing Palestine U.N. Decision to be Defied ARABS' DETERMINATION London, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

Dividing Palestine U.N. Decision to be Defied ARABS' DETERMINATION London, January (». The Arabs plan to defy the United Nations decision to partition Palestine. This was announced by the Arab higher executive committee in Cairo to-day. A committee spokesman said that next month it was intended to estab lish .1 n;iHnnsil :ulmimstration for the whole of Palestine. Among the twenty killed in an explosion at Jerusalem's three-storied semi-Raniis Hotel yesterday was the Spanish Counsul (Mr. Manuel Salazar). Searching for survivors royal engineers are equipped with bull-dozers aud acetylene blow torches.

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Local Government Changes in Britain "EQUALISATION GRANTS" [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

Local Government Changes in Britain 'EQUALISATION GRANTS' Among new Bills just presented t- the House of Commons in the United Kingdom is oue for the comprehensive reform of local government finance. The Labor Government are taking the opportunity of the inauguration next year of the new national health and assistance services to overhnnl thp whole financial relation of central and local government with a view to equal ising public resources of all towns and counties. The Local Government Bill pro poses to abolish the present grants to local authorities and substitute 'equal- isation grants.' These would amount to less than the existing grants, but the loss would be more than offset by the transference from local authorities to4 the State of hospitals and public assist ance. A formula based on rateable j values, heavily weighted in favor of the poorer areas is designed to secure a concentration of the grants ^upon coun ties and boroughs whose resources, when measured against their n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous — AH adver tisements under this heading are charged at 7d. per line with mini mum of 2/-. Wedding Reports aud Lists of . presents. 3/- per in Funeral Reports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/r l-er iu. Advert'sasg Rales Five ()rd:!':irv Wfi-.is !-_- Line Birth \«iti*-«-s — Minimum I.', lir.es), :'/('?. DojhIis, M.-.r: i:v_e.s Fun- ► Nuli'V- — Mi!ii!l!;i:.l (.-'- lilies I. .','*'-. Leader I.ipc o' -Kk'-'r i ii -_r in;lU;v. 70. i*?r li:itf

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TOWNS VERSUS RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

TOWNS VERSUS RAILWAYS The game at Queen's Park w&s high lighted by high and comparatively last scoring. Towns, who batted nrst, had lost eight wickets for the substantial total of 29(- runs, when stumps were j drawn at the conclusion of Hie day's ! play. R. Keegan and It. Sewell figured j iu a spectacular partnership that yielded j 126 runs, before the latter snicked a I catch to Hough off the bowling of Critl dle and was out for 78, Keegan carry ing his bat tor a total of 93. K. Parker also played a forceful and fast-scoring innings to compile 62 runs before being caught out. J. Graham took three wickets for 68 runs. Details of the play are as follows: — TOWNS G. Jeffery, b Fairclough ? 12 F. Jeffery, c Fairclough, b Marshall 16 F. Watkins, c Wreusted, b Marshall 17 R. Keegan, not out ? 93 F. Clune, c Brand, b Graham .... 1 K. Parker, c lJearce, b Graham . . 62 K. Sewell, c Hough, b Criddle .. 78 M. Haydock, b Hillwau ? 3 J. Skinner, b Graham ? 0 A. Haydock, not out ? 1 Sun...

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CRICKET Geraldton Association FIXTURES RESUMED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

CRICKET Geraidton Association FIXTURES RESUMED Following' a brief recess during the recent holiday jjeriod, play was resuiur ed in the premiership competition of the Geraldton Cricket Association on Sunday last with the commencement of matches between Towns and Railways at Queen's Park and Australs and Rovers at tire Geraldton Recreation Ground.

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Cotton Operatives Housewives Return to Mills HELPING EXPORT DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

Cotton Operatives Housewives Return to Mills HELPING EXPORT DRIVE In the north of England many house wives are now putting in a shift iw local industry after their day's work at home is done. At Wigan. a iwvu in the heart of the Lancashire coaliield four hundred volunteer housewives are now working a twenty -hours week on evening shifts at a local cotton mill. In recent mouths the work of the four Uuut}rt-tl volunteers lias added about lour hundred miles«of doth to I'tritain's export production. Many of these women worked in cot ton mills twenty or thirty years :igo and are skilled operatives. Some of them have a workynr day which begins at fi a.m. when they get up to make break fast for their menfolk who are employ ed in the local mines. Among the volunteers are many whit have passed their fiftieth birthday, yet have res ponded to tite call for former employees t-» remni t-- the cotton mills. Many of fhese workers have been quick to comment on the improved conditions now found iu t...

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"Little Assembly" SOVIET BLOC'S BOYCOTT United Nations Disagreement THE VETO QUESTION Lake Success, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

'Little Assembly' SOVIET BLOC'S BOYCOTT United Nations Disagreement 1 THE VETO QUESTION j Lake Success. Jantiarv 3. The Soviet Bloc to-day carried out its threat to boycott all proceedings of the United Nations' Little Assembly. The Soviet Bloc comprises Russia, Ukraine, White Russia, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. To-day was the first session of the interim committee, known as the Little Assembly. Mr. Warren Ausgn (America) asked the Soviet Bloc to end its boycott, assuring it that there was nothing to fear from the new American inspired agency. Dr. Luis Padilla Nervo (Mexico) was elected the committee's first chairman. The first question raised was the Big Five veto power in the Security Council. Mr. Austin proposed that full consideration of the problem be delayed until March 15th so that members could prepare detailed proposals regarding the curtailment or retention of the veto. The smaller powers led by Mr. John Good (Australia) and Sir Carl Berens den (New Zealand) pressed for...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to and from Geraidton by the air ser vice of the Macltobertson-Miller Avia tion Company Limited during the past three days: — Perth to Geraidton (Sunday) — Messrs. R. Courtney aud P. Quinn. Geraldton to Perth (Sunday) — Messrs. A. Black, V. Tonkin, G. Morse, and J. Baird, Mrs. J. Pearson and Miss J. Cain. Geraidton to Carnarvon (Sunday) — Messrs. E. Byrne and R. Reinhoidseii. Perth to Geraidton (Monday) — Messrs. J. Tindley, It. Morrell, J. E. Smith and L. Clark, Misses B. Eastou and 1*. Clausen. G.'raldton to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. B. Mathers, B. Aston, .T. Hor wood, L. Bock, W. Mecluju, H. Glossop, B. Huggelt, G. Segal, Robinson, McComisH, Hawkes an^ L. Davies, Mesdames C. Eakins, I. Metcalf and Hawkes, Miss M. Metcalf and Master Davies. Perth to Geraidton (Tuesday)— Mr. D. Patterson. Weallicr Forecast — The Weather Bureau to-day issued the following Ger aidtou forecast for the next twenty four hours: — Fine and hot at fir...

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People on the Move Midland Omnibus Service PASSENGERS BY ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

People on the Move ? .» ? Midland Omnibus Service ' PASSENGERS BY KOAD - j The following are; the passengers | who travelled by the bus of the Mid land Ifaiiway Company between Perth and Geraidton during the past few days : — j Perth to Geraidton (Saturday) — Gibson. A. Gibson, H. Gibson, G. Mars den, W. Kamshaw, E. U. Ebert, L. Mor ris. J. Hutehett. J. Anthill, Boyes, Campbell and It. Henchlifte. Mesdames B. O'Hehir, E. Moore, W. Kawsuaw, P. Henderson, C. Cornish aud Wilson, Misses D. Reid, V. Smith, M. Smith, N. Cunningham. J. Murphy, J. Beuigau, D. Brady. S. Blight and I). Ingram aud Masters J. Moore and R. Muiuyard. Geraidton to Perth. (Monday) — Messrs. A. Thompson, E. 3Iartin, L. Hickey. G. E. Elliott, H. W. North, J. I»avey. P. Iteteii. Watson, Row, E. Haigh. Low and Father Joyce, Mes daiues A. Thompson, L. Durraut, H. Shaw. E. Martin, J. Davey, M. G. Ual lett. H. W. North. J. Moore, M. Keith, P. Retell, Row, E. Haigh and Anderson, Misses G. imrraut, E. S. Wood, I. Mould, C. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

': As Qtooitrciif painter, Fred t^\^^k ?.. ? 'M&d |kQ8most got cs swollen head -S*^ -J^mm Commissions kept on roiling in {jfj^r '^'craB Covered in paint the Hvelong day And Fred was rolling in the tin ^ l^^Jn ^'s hands got in an awful way! w^FSgjj? His beard was quite a social note f_^ f\ ^-^jBffi^(^fp°\\ -eJ^Vf 8ut he fcept-his hands tucked in his coat jSj «^fe^^B ^k Until a beauteous female sitter 'Use Solvoli Get hands clean', she said « Told him not to be a quitter 'Then you'll be in my picture, Fred I' J. KITCHEN & SONS P1Y. LTD, S.I2U? -: THINK ALONG ^JR Lingerie, fashioned by Lustre, fits ?-' ^ll \^ ' like a charm . . . because it is so fine ^ __ jg Mb of fabric. slee!- oi line, and is tailored ~rjf _fy with a soil, smooth grace. -^SsgLJ& / Lustre Stockings, loo, make - ^jMST-tJ* y lovely legs- lovelier. -' ?:_§r I \\\\ LiNGtRlE %~dL -??'. 'AND HOSIEBY If \\/yTHE LOVELIEST OF -A '~~' \Z_^y LINGERIE AND HOSIERY. /£&? - t-B/tgT ? ______-?«, jj! A...

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AMUSEMENTS Radio Theatre Talkies VARIETY OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

AMUSEMENTS - Radio Theatre Talkies VARIETY OF PROGRAMMES Starring Fred MiK-Murray and Anne Baxter. 'Smoky'' will be screened at rile It:t-iio Theatre t---ni:rlit :iu-1 :iir;t,u to-morrow night. The main support ing attraction is 'Midnight Manhunt,' a stirr.ng drama in winch William '.jargan an A Ajjh Savaire sh«re stellar honors. The programme for Thursday j i.jriu is :is ionows : — (1) — Xewsreei. yJ.) — 'Cindeivila's Fella' (Fearurette). (3) — 'Breuda, Star Reporter' (New Serial). (4) — Brevity. ;'?- — 'The Adventures of Mark Twain' Fredric March, Alexis Smith, Donald Cri^i /and Alan Hale). 'Smoky' Crashing new 'frontiers; of screeii -?oiuauee. jiml exciteuieut. the techui oolour nlniisntii-n of Will James 'Smoky' will be screened to-night aiu. again to-morrow night. The lilin star. Fred MacMurray with Anne Baxtei jmd introduces famed ballad singev Burl Ivs;s, in his first motion pictur* appearance. 'Smoky' is a uiagnificei:. story of the West to-tlay. told in tli- - rreat traditi...

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American Marines Leave for the Mediterranean AHEAD OF SCHEDULE New York, January 5. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

American Marines Leave for the Mediterranean AHEAD OF SCHEDULE New York, January 5. A detachment of marines estimated at one thousaud sailed to-day in two large transports from Morehead City (North Caroliua) for the Mediter ranean. Their departure was a day ahead of schedule, but no reason was given for the change of plans. There was little excitement as the men tiled up the gang planks.. Navy officers refused to give the size of the detachment, but wharf side observers said that it was one thousand. According to observers bull-dozers aud possibly tanks wer? taken aboard.1 Other equipment included food, petrol and oil. Several trucks drove to the pier flying red flags, denoting ammuni tion cargoes. Much of the equipment was shielded from view.

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CLUB PENNANT FIXTURES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

CLUB PENNANT FIXTURES On Saturday afternoon last the seventh series of games in the club pennant competition was played under pleasant weather conditions, and again the representatives of the western portion of the , town were ' victorious, 'Blues' winning on\ three rinks to finish with a margin of twenty-three points. The teams and scores were as fellows : — G. B. E. Marchant, T. Gibson. F. Kennan and L. Chapman (capt.) , ? 26 P. Doolan, L. Zurcher, P. Stone and J. Butler (capt.) .... 15 A. Crothers, S. Fong, E. Sav age aud J. Currie (capt.) 25 W. Ward, F. Morris, H, Ker shaw and R. Eilson (capt.) 30 A. Watson, B. Bishop, J. North 6ver and A. Wheat (capt.) 24 J. Walters. G. Brown, T. Askew and A. Anderson (capt.) .. 18 E. Christie, W. McCalium, F. Bennetts and W. Brede (capt.) ? 31 J. Margetic, S. Mills, E. Gee and P. Gibson (capt.) . . 20 Total 83 106 During the afternoon tea interval the patron of the club (Mr. E. Zurcher) presented the trophies won during the recent holiday carn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

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Bullen Bros. Circus Visit to Geraldton Next Week SEASON OF TWO NIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

Bullen Bros. Circus Visit to Geraldton Next Week SEASON OF TWO NIGHTS Following a highly successful season in the metropolitan area, and claiming to have the greatest line-up of Con tinental and Australian circus talent ever brought together in one show, Bulleu Bros, circus and menagerie is scheduled to visit Geraldton next week for a season of two nights and one afternoon matinee. With a fleet of motor vehicles, which includes a trailer transporting seven baby elephants, the j whole show is travelling by road, and ! on arrival in the town towards the end j of next week the 'big top' will be loc- 1 ated on land opposite the Geraldtou ! Hotel in Gregory Street. ] Whilst visiting Geraldton this week the advance manager for Bullen Bros, was most emphatic in his claim that his principals have the type of enter tainment which is dear to the hearts of both young and old, features of the show being clean fun, breath-taking thrills and the lure of wild animals brought and trained at great h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

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ROVERS VERSUS AUSTRALS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

ROVERS VERSUS AUSTRALS Rovers elected to bat first in the Quitch against Australs at the Gerald con Recreation Ground and were all out for 98 runs to which Australs replied with the disappointing total of 45 runs. Both teams fielded ten play ers only and the top-scorers were E. W. Dunn (21) for Rovers and J. Pickering (10} for Australs. Most damage was done with the ball by Harliug (Rovers) who was mainly responsible for the : collapse of the previously well-per- j formed Avstruls team, his bowling ; figures being five wickets for 12 runs. ! D. Donald ' (Australs) also performed I well With tite ball and took four wickets j at a cost of 23 runs. Details of the ! tirst day's play iu the match are as i follows : — ROVERS F. Symonds, b Donald ? 2 j E. Chamberlain, b Donald ? -5 ; C Harling, run out ? 14 i J. Angove, b Jenkins ? 2 \V. Lowe, c and b Donald ? 17 M. Jordan, b Donald ? G T. Aloustaka, c Pickering, b Jenkins 3 E. W. Dunn, b Jeffery ? 21 C. Hood, b Jeffery ? 7 f . Howieson, n...

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Letter to the Editor Bottled Beer and Restaurants A VISITOR'S COMPLAINTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

Letter to the Editor Bottled Beer and Restaurants' A VISITOR'S COMPLAINTS 1 1 Sir, — Being a visitor to this town, j two things came to my notice on New Year's Eve as being a deliberate dis regard -jf tlie laws of tl«» Licensing Act. : Firstly, bottled beer was being retailed at 10d. per schooner 111, the public bars : and at 1/- per schooner in the lounges. ' and 4/- respectively i»er bottle. Who gave the hotels permission to retail j bottles of beer at this price? Secondly. ' there were no restaurants -»p;?n in the ' town on Xev.' Year's Eve. Who gives ! these places the right to open and .close ! just as they please with complete dis- j regard for the public? The same posi- j tlon applies to Sundays when a visitor : has had a long day on the road aud 011 ( arrival finds that there are no restaur- ' ants open. — Yours, etc., . j 'WOXDEKING.' I [Since receipt of the foregoing letter j we have instituted inquiries into the ! c- .-mplaiuts of 'Wondering' and have ascertained that loc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

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