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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

JN MEMORIAM . ZI&SlS.— A tribute of lpve and I remembrance ,t'o our dear sister i Edith, , wiio passed ' peacefully away at Mark's Villa on July 9th, 1948, . '„ Two years , have passed since - that day, . When, the qrie we loved was .called ...away ; , . t God ,took iier home, it was His ....will, ? ? ? ? ? Forget, hef\ no, we never will. Inserted by v tier loving- bro thers and sisters.

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CREMIN, HOLDER LAKES IN LAKES CHAMP'SHIP [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

— — — CREMIN, HOLDER LEAD IN LAKES CHAMP'SHIP SYDNEY, Thursday., — Aus tralian Open golf . champiop; Efric Cremin ahd Lakes professional Bill Holder shared the lead ' at the end of the first day's piay of . the Lakes Open Championship today with par 72's.- -: Australian professional ch'ain pion Kel Nagel was in third place witlira 73 after being out in'35. ... u'' . v ..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

NEW - CARS & TRUCKS Am«a8 FOR IMMEDIATE (1 EARLY DELIVERY MORRIS MINOR TOURER MOSRIS MINOR SALOON MORRIS OXFORD SALOON MORRIS UTILITIES AN& MEL VMS MORRIS 25. 30cwt. TRUCKS MORRIS 3 & S-tdH PETROL . MORRIS 3 & 5-ton DIESEL TRUCKS AUTHORISED DEALERS: SOUTH COAST AGENCIES AND' ACCESSORY StfPtffiS , PTY. LTtt. 75 Main Roa-L Thirroul PHtttfE: THIRftOUL 1121

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Picture Night Helps Primary School P. and C. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Picture Night Helps Primary School P. and C. 'Standing room only' was the order at the Wollongong High School on Wednesday night, when an excellent concert and film night was given in aid of funds for the Primary Parents and Citizens' Association. Girls and boys took an equal part in the concert programme, the girls in three choir items, j the boys in Negro Spirituals with their recorder band, and a veryi animated puppet show. Anne Evans did a Scottish dance, and Beverly Rowles a Dutch clog. 'Lavender Blue' was sung by Sandra Smith with Janys Lucena on the guitar and Mary Wiseman at the piano. Adrienne Kirk did a songand dance number and Shirley Stob bart recited. Boys and girls com bined in a tap dance' troupe in costume. j The second half of the pro gramme was provided by Dr Rawdon Suttor, assisted by Mr. Don Tully, who gave an excellent variety of films. Two of his own productions, 'Cow in Cabbage Land' and the '1950 Surf Life-' Saving Championships,' held at Wollongong, both in ...

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SCHOOL PLANS FOR DISTRICT EXPLAINED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

SfcHOOl PLANS FOR DlMltf EXPLAINED , Explaining ,the .plans .of the .Education/ Department for the district the Inspector of Schools ( ffl r....F, . . C. ;Qpw.I?m rn ) ,, .spea ki ng at (ari evening arranged by the Junior Technical College P. & p. . Association ., on Wednesday said.that, in spite o'f . the rapid growth of . Wollongong no child wbulct ^ave to ? walkmore than half a,;.nii1e to a scnqot'^ ...v ? .' .He 'said ; tne , new school at Corrimal. which was due tb -ODen next ^year,' was. one of the finest ] ;he;Kad- seen. , V ; -,r . , /rho^Preaiaeht of the:,E., &,,Q- 'Ajsociatioh .. (Mr.~McCbliim),,said tKe irieniberjs, :of, the;, association we're .'glad, 'to learh ...of school' development.; in .general. Mr. McColliin. spoke of, the un tiring work done, for .the school by the headmaster (Mr. Wal lace). ' . ? ? . ? - .I... » - About 90 members of the Asso ciation attended .the -function at which' some excellent films .were shown. Supper: was- served by the Wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

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DEMOCRACY SHOWS ITS STRENGTH [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

DEMOCRACY SHOWS ITS STRENGTH IT IS TYPICAL of democracy— and Ihe suresi sign of its sirongth — tint the tilings that divide it are never as gro:it a.; tae th; r;r, il.it bind. It was typical of a truly free people iiiat thu Au^irnliaii Hoii'se of Representatives, after .months c: ecr-n onions wrangling, coyld meet yesterday af to: noon and .'-^rue in complete harmony oh a course of action more desperately serious than;. any '..'.of::' the issues whi.;:h, in til a few dny's ago, had been considered so grave as, : to. nvi!' j reconciliation impossible. , . ? ' ' '. Do ;.i.,-;iv.icy was threatened. In the Far East,' many. Ihoussn is . of n iles away, the. first .signs had ; developed .c?f ? a fire which, allowed to spread unchecked, coulU corisi^'me . ? Democracy. It could consume ? the ;v.ery luxury that parlia meniavHr.s hac': been so recently enjoyirig-^-the. right, to criticise the Government .and to . remove it from . office, wilhr out tli'i p'jed to promote a.ciyi.l war. NO MATTE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

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Bellambi Surf Soccer Team Meets Bulli [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Bellambi Surf Soccer Team Meets Bulli , (By 'Half Back') This Saturday at Russell Vale Bellambi Surf Club soccer eleven will meet Bulli and on this occasion we hope to make amends for our four goals to three de feat in the first round. The Surf Club versus Old Boys match postponed twice owing to bad weather ,is set down for next Sunday and it appears that the Old Boys will be fielding a far from inferior team. Our return match against the Spun Pipe last Sunday resulted in a six goals to four win. Fred Townsend played his first game of the season at outside left, and proved that he can still mix it with the best of them. Injured players Herbert Banks and Bob Napper are still on the sick list and will be unavailable for a few weeks yet. Saturday's team will be chosen from: J. dowry, A. Nicholls, G. Stan, V. Bramsen, E. Power, D. Happ, S. Parsons, J. White, R. Suddick, A. Peace, F. Townsend, N. Smart and T. Lunt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

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NEW FORWARD LINE FOR SOCCER TEST [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

NEW FORWARD , LINE FOR SOCCER TEST JOHANNESBURG, Thursday. ( A.A.P. ). — The Australian soccer tourists are fielding an experimental forward line- ,for tho third test against South Africa at Port Elizabeth oh Saturday. U'eurgu ouiiucrs, wuu hi all 12 previous games, has been dropped from inside-left, Eric Hulme replacing him. Frank Parsons, who gets his first cap. against tlje Springboks, leads the attack with Bunny Nunn, and Allan, Johns occupying the inside, berths. Harold' Robert son, :\vho .retains, the left wing position, is t^e'-only member 6$ the' team to. play 13 consecutive matches. ' The teani - is N.: Conquest, K. O'Neill, C. Drummond. R. Laurie T. Jack; R; Young, E. Hulme, ,;B. Nunn, F. Parsons, A. Johns, anil II. Robertson. | ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

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NORMAL RAIL SERVICE RESUMES TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

NORMAL RAIL SERVICE RESUMES TODAY South Coast trains will re- j sums full schedules today -for the first time since June 17. when ? storm-strength 'rains damaged both the Sydney and! Moss Vale lines. iiavuucia lu oy.uiiuy luuuy. will | have their choice ? of seven trains. Seven services will also be operated from Sydney .to the I South Coast. ' , - | On Saturday there will also be seven services each way and the Railways Department will oper ate 10 trains to Sydney from the South Coast on 'Sunday 'with nine , trains ;on; the down run, ? Passenger .'trains ' will tie scheduled ? for' Mote Vale this week-end for .the first time since the -heavy rains. * Goods) trains have been operating on a reduc ed schedule.. for several weeks. Announcing the. return ..to. normal schedules yesterday, the District Traffic Inspector (Mr. L; C. Funnell) said the condi tion of the- Sydney, line was now 'fairly'vgoodl' ? .He said the recent fine weath er had; made it possible to re store. the lino ind ''...

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Late Tennis AUSTRALIANS DOWN IN FIRST SET [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Late Tennis | AUSTRALIANS DOWN IN FIRST SET LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.) — In the quarter finals of the men's doubles; Patty, and Tal bert (America) won the first set 6-4. against' McGregor and Sedgman of Australia. ?

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SEDGMAN 'BATTLED WAY' INTO FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

SEDGMAN . 'BATTLED WAY' INTO FINAL LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.). — 'Australian favourite for the Wimbledon title, Frank Sedg- j 'man, battled his way into to morrow's final against American Budge Patty when he came back from two sets down to eliminate the number 3 'seed' Jan. Drobny in yesterday's semi Sedgman won 3-6, . 3-6, 6-3 7-5, 6-2, after Patty earlier had defeated his fellow countryman; Vic Seixas 6-3, 5-7, 6-2, -7-5.' . It was a magnificent .display by Sedgman. He produced his greatest tennis from the middle of the fourth set onwards. From that stage Sedgman, whose nerve had' never deserted him pulled out a match winning run of volleys and side-liners which shot holes in Drobny's defences. The 'Daily Mail's' tennis writer, Stanley Doust, says Sedgman must be considered the best match player in' lawn ten nis history. Sedgman's victory over Drob ny was one of the best encoun ters ever seen on the Centre Court. ? The great battle dwarfed everything seen at Wimbledon so far this y...

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40 Night Shift Men Strike At C.R.M. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

40 Night Shift Men Strike At C.R.M. * Rolling mill employees on the night shift of the Commonwealth Rolling Mills, Port Kembla, struck last night. The men involved in the strike will not return to work until the management agrees to a conference on a dispute over a discharged fur naceman. ; , ' i 1 Making their decision on the strike action at 11.20 Wednesday night, the men called on the exscutivo of the Port Kembla Federated Ironworkers' union to consider calling a: 24-hour stop work meeting for all union mem bers employed at the works. ? Speaking for the Port Kembla Irdnworkcrs, the Assistant 'Seer rotary (Mr. E. Arrowsmith) said :.lijsj;:-riight- that, the furnaceman concerned haid ?' be'bri'i discharged by the company' a fortnight 'ago for 'a 'misdemeanour.' He said the men. were of the opinion the offence, did not warrant dismis sal,, but only a 'few days' sus pension.' At a. !gate meeting following the ' employee's dismissal, the union ? members, gave ? the management seven da...

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NO DATE FIXED FOR HIGHER WEEKLY BUS FARES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

NO DATE FIXED FOR HIGHER WEEKLY BUS FARES A representative of the Department of Road Transport said yesterday that the date from which increases in weekly bus fares for the Greater Wol longong area would begin had not yet been final ised. The Wollongong Council gave its approval to the fares on Wednesday last. Aldermen who objected to a Public Vehicles Committee re commendation that the new bus fares' be approved were remind ed by Aid. J.. J. Kelly that the council . had no control over the matter. 'This . is. not a council mat ter' .said . Aid. Kelly. 'The Wollongong Omnibus Owners' Association only . gave it to us out of courtesy and the decision rests' with the Transport Depart ment.'- ' . . The... Wollongong Omnibus Owners' 'Association placed the new schedule of .weekly fares before V the; council,' asking for the increase because 'the costs of operating buses has risen out of all proportion , to, any rise in revenue.'' Aid. ' G. J. ; Sargent , said, 'I'd like to ask if 'the , ...

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Senator Brown Reelected Senate President [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Senator Brown Re-elected Senate President CANBERRA Thursday.— For the third time in succession Sen ator Gordon Brown (Labor, Qld.) was re-elected President of the Senate today. . The Government did not op pose the nomination. He was elected in 1941 on the death of Senator Cunningham (Labor, W-A.) and was re-elected in 1943 and 1947. With the swearing in of three new Senators today the Opposi tion now holds 34 seats against the 'combined Liberal-Country Party Government's 26. : Senator. Nicholls (Labor, SJU was re-elected Chairman .of Com .mittees.

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