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Fighting in Greece FURTHER AMERICAN AID Regular Campaigns Planned REBELS' HEAVY LOSSES Athens, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

Fighting in Greece FURTHER AMERICAN AID Regular Campaigns Planned REBELS' HEAVY LOSSES Athens, Januarv 6. The United States has agreed to pro vide additional aid to Greece ro bolster up the Greek army in irs fight against the rebels. This was stated yesterday by Mr. Dwight Griswohl. the ie:i-I- r oi the American Aid-Mission to Greeee. The Luited Starts aUi uui euaoie the Greek army to start regular cuuipnigns against the rebels. The agreement between, the Greek Government and the American Aid Mission provides for closer relationship between the Americans and the Greek army, which has been complaining that its equipment is unsuitable for moun tain warfare against guerillas. The American Mission is studying the Greek army's S|-ecial requirements for moun tain warfare, including special artil lery. Mi Griswold said that the United States aud Greek Governments had agreed to the formation of oue hund red battalions of National Guard and another increase of 12,000 men in the Regular Army ...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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King Michael's Flight Arrival in Switzerland NO EARLY MARRIAGE Loudon, January 6. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

King Michael's Flight ?*- ? , Arrival in Switzerland NO EARLY MARRIAGE London, January (3. 'Isn't itfwonderful. He is perfectly safe,' so -exclaimed Princess Anne, fiancee of Rumania's ex-Kfng Michael after holding a long telephone conver sation from Copenhagen with Michael In Lausanne (Switzerland) yesterday. Shouts of 'Vive le Roi' by an excited crowd greeting Michael as he stepped from the train yesterday, says the British United Press man at Lausanne. Michael's aunt (the Prin cess of Aosta) and his uncle (Prince Nicholas of Rumania) welcomed him. Michael and ex-Queen Helen drove in Michael's own car to a hotel. Michael had left the car in Lausanne three weeks ago. Michael when told at the hotel that a personal telephone call from Copen hagen was due said that he ^ anted the call delayed for ninety minutes. Michael's entourage said that the ex . King had with him on the train only his clothes, four American motor cars and some valuable wines. Michael left behind famous works of a...

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

BABY:I I told you a baby's life was tough! MUMMY: Lamb, you were right! Does a baby's skin always feel as uncomfortable as this? BABY: That depends! A baby's skin can be smooth as a stork's wing. Providing of course, his mother treats him right with Johnson's Baby Powder, and Baby Cream . . . MUMMY: I'm willing to learn. BABY: Right! First lesson, I need lots of soft, cool Sprinkles of Johnson's Baby Powder to keep me silky soft and cool . . . Then too, I need Johnson's Baby and ? Toilet Cream to clear up any skin irritations or rashes that happen along. MUMMY: I've learned ray lesson . . . from now on you will have both. t Johnson's Baby Powder Johnson's Baby Cream ^^AiP 0 PTy. 0 LTD. WORLD'S LARGEST MANUFACTURER'S OF SURGICAL DRESSINGS | ? . ? 187 p| palmolive brings you Y s^ Make Palmolive your daily beauty ritual finer -Sntco^er^ and see how that velvet smooth lather cleanses the pores. You will actually see ^ l||fk% your skin, grow lovelier as it receive.* \ £^M the benefit of ...

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London Wool Marked Valuable Outlet for Growers STABILISING EFFECT [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

London Wool Blarkei Valuable Outlet for Growers . STABILISING EFFECT i The London spot iiiiirkf! has Lid-u | 'Iterating for so many years now that it* existence ;iju1 Juixiiuiis are s--in»- tinies taken I'm- ^raiitwl. but ir is iiitos twiiuj: to ivt'all Iiow iliis iiiai-kH st.-utcd and what iis placi' is in ilic iti-i-sfiit flay ui.'irki'tiuu ^'t' raw wim.iI. I'rior to tlic induct ri;i) jvv-j1ihh-;i ' Kuj^luud was, in la-t, an fxjj.»rier of raw won], iiutsf -»1 wIiLi.ii wan sent to Flanders for weaving in ih« Kleuiisli ? villages, Init with thp advent, of water j power and tin? settinir i:i- of niill.s iu the ''? West Ititliti^ of Yorkshire, it was found ' lhat nunliinery uolmUhI more wool than ilif I^n^iish t'arnurr.s could produce. In ? 18-J4, Captain M;--*Anuur, pioneer of : .Merinos iu Australia. brou^liL the first j of his wool to London, where it was | sold in (iarraways CofToe House, Corn- i lull, to English merchants and maun- ; lacturers. Stimulated by liis success, \ MacAr...

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

MISCELLANEOUS _. ? .. ? i AUTOMATIC Heat Controlled Irou! ! The New His Masters Voice A.C. D.C Automatically Controlled Iron is now obtainable from Young Motors Limited, Geraldton. ? gRASS Boat Fittings in Chain Plate, \ 4-inch to 10-inch ; Fairleads, ' 3-inch : Rudder Fittings, {[-inch : Mast ] Caps. Whisker Plates. Scoop and Fii- i fers, Heart-Shape Shackles, Exhaust | Covers, Figure Eight Clips, Snatch i Blocks, Halyard Blocks, Cleats. AIL the foregoing lines are obtainable from Sunshine Crooks & Brooker Company, [ Seraldton. i QANOE recently raffled by Geraldton ' Visiting Nurse Scheme is for sale to the highest bidder before Friday i next, January 9th.. Replies to N. Brown, Great Northern HoteL Geraldton. QREPE PAPER! New Stocks of Eng lish Crepe Paper in over forty ' colors. Now obtainable at lOd. per paeket from (Seraldton Newspapers Limited, Geraldton. QHEVROLET Engines. Short Motors and Cylinder Blocks, new and reconditioned. Call and inspect these at the Parts Depa...

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New Building Material Revolutionary Invention FIRE-RESISTING WALLS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

New Building Material Revolutionary Invention FIRE-RESISTING WALLS A revolutionary new building material is now being oiiicially tested iu Britain. Known as Pyroc, it is made from lime cement and vermiculite — a, mica obtained in SoiitU Africa — and has au outstanding asset in that it can l-e sprayed. When sprayed on up to eight inches thick, the new material sets sufliciencly in lifty minutes to be mechanically compressed to a smooth j finish. Air spaces leave it about one? i third the weight of plaster and it is ? also said to lie less costly. After three j hours ii can be painted. ! Collectively the other advantages ; are still more remarkable. Besides | being non-shrinking and non-cracking, I the new building substance will stick ! to metal or timber, as well as brick. | Sprayed on a light wire mesh it gives [a strong wall. j Professor Berual, an adviser on j building problems to the United King jdom Government, has said: — 'The juiust promising step I have seen in i b'lilding t...

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DISTRICT RACING Northampton Cup Meeting TIPPERARY'S SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

DISTRICT RACING Northampton Cup Meeting TIPPERARY'S SUCCESS A highly successful race meeting was conducted on Saturday afternoon last by the Northampton Spons Club. Ellicient management, good iivlds and close finishes, six bookmakers operat ing, straight-out and -place totaljsators a lid warm but pleasant weather condi tions i-oiuribme-J io ii:e enjoyment oi' ;he lixrure. The oiiiing was well pai ronised by ]o--al residents and visitors from the !-urrouinlin.ir district. Seveu races made uj) ihe programme and the main event was the -Northampton Cup, which was won by Tipi-erary. who beat the odds-on favorite (Tamala Lassi into second place by threequartersof a-length. Alter the race the club pre sident (Mr. H. li. Smith) presented the cup to the owner of the winner (Mr. -T. E. Angel* and a whip to 11. Major, who rode Tipperary. Major had an oui sta tiding day. riding four winners and he was unlucky to be defeattid into second 'place by half-n-head on two occasions. The stipendiary st...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL Vital Statistics. — The following vital statistics for the past y.-ar were to-ilay made available by the tJeraldt«»ii clerk of courts -AIr. A. It. Rutherford), the figures f«r the previous year being given in parenthesis in each instance: — Itirths, 2H2 CJ.S2): dvaths. I3v» Ull.i; marriages, 8U (SO). Barbecue at Point 3Icore — Conducted j by the Geraidtou Branch of the Air force Association, a barbecue was held in the !-:audl;ills on the town side of the JViim Moore Lighthouse on Saturday night last. There was a good attend ance of members and their friends, and the occasion was one of enjoyable con viviality. Music was provided from a portable wireless, and community sing ing was much enjoyed. Admonition Fails. — A vivacious brun ette of about forty was standing on the promenade at a seaside resort, when she heard an admiring whistle from a very young sailor. He ambled up pur posefully, with his cap pushed jaun- I tily over one eye. 'Son,' she reproved him gently,...

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The Geraldton Guardian TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1948 ANOTHER KINGDOM PASSES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

(I he ^rctfdfoit (guardian TUESDAY. JANUARY --. U)4S | ANOTHER KINGDOM PASSES Ever niiun.' the first world war. kings and kingdoms and even sultanates have been at a discount in Europe. Turkey was t.iii' of the earliest converts to republicanism and Italy one of the latest. The Greeks usually consider the most attractive form of government to be the one they have not got at the moment and have changed at intervals from monarchy to republic and dictator ship and back again but the genera! European trend definitely is republican. The fact that King .Michael of Itum- j ania on December 3-jth abdicated in j favor -sf a 'popular republic' is there- I fore in line with that trend and need j cause no surprise. The leyst surprised person seems to have I wen the ex-King himself, for according to published reports, when he was about to leave London aiier attending Princess Eliza beth's wedding festivities, 1j« told n friend that he was returning home j because it was his duty, but he did not ...

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Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Belmont Park WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY GOODIA MAIDEN [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

Metropolitan Racing Meeting at Belmont Park WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY j ? ! GOODIA MAIDEN ? (For five-year-olds and under) Six furlongs Oranic ---90 Anne's Idea - S 6 ', Babanooka - 8 13 Kiajlla Lady S 4 ' G. Quality - 8 13 Kess Boad - - S 4 j Sandringham 8 13 Orph. Prince 8 3 ' Drawbridge - 8 12 Sea Dust - - S 3 ! Fly. Panto - 8 12 K. Decree - - 8 2 j Karawingie - 8 12 Kilbury ? 8 1 j Gold. Hussy 8 12 Miss Wave - 8 0; Wiluiare ? S 12 Tadzik - - - - 8 0 Sky Lady - - S 10 L. Noeline - - 7 12 Baffle - - - - S 9 Balgore - - 7 11 Lyric Maid - 8 8 Beau Lass - 7 \0 Minnivale - - 8 8 Repeat - - - 7 10 Myambo ? 8 S Valdavian - - 7 9 j Rosebury - - S 8 - Olympiere - - 7 8 L. Korraling S 7 Lady Beck - 7 7 Gay Berta - - 8 U Varcofel ? 7 7 Gigolcres - - - 8 6 KalinaiUo - - 7 7 Chanuant - - 8 6 BROMUS PURSE (First Division) Seven-and-a-half furlongs j Beau Vasse - 9 0 Isobar ? S 1 Distinction - 9 0 Actinium - - 8 1 Liquify ? 8 13 Flam. Wing - 8 0 Val. Prince - S 13 Berisand -SO Yodful ? 8 12 Threat ?...

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

? ^^^. NOT A SIGN OF. DECAY ... yet he lost two teeth H 1*1* lf&l^& through neglected gums NEEDLESS EXTRACTIONS IF YOU USE TH IS NEWKiND OF TOOTHPASTE CALLED bathroom S.R. gives teeth and gums JJtB^^^^^^^^^^j|^^^^^^fe^fe ?'Wm the same treatment dentists use. BHMB^BBB^^^^^^ffi^^^^^^^pftH':--'^lvi;--:^S Gums start to bleed, become sort%. soft . ? ; ? ; — and siHHicry. Gum rot sets in and then actual photographs a sound tooth must be extracted. Nw ftakefl from Guy.s HospltB, GezeHe, there s no need to risk it! Use me new SHOW HOW SODIUM RICINOLEATE kind of toothpaste called S.K. Brush IMPROVES TEETH AND GUMS. -. ? i. KITCHEN * SONS PTY. LTD. - SR.I3.!6 . '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 6 January 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths IN MEMORIAM MARSDEN (Leslie Edwin) — In loving memory of our darling son, who died on January 6th. 1939: aged 1 month. — Ever remembered by his Mummy and Daddy and sisters and brother. WELLS — In loving memory of my dear wife and our fond mother (Eliza- beth), who passed away at Gerald- ton on January 6th, 1933. A leaf in the book of memory Is softly turned to-day. Ever Remembered. — Inserted by her loving husband, sons and daughters.

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Veteran Jockey Hurt Car Smash in Adelaide STRUCK BY A TRAM Adelaide, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Veteran Jockey Hurt Car Smash in Adelaide STRUCK BY A TRAM Adelaide. January 8. The veteran jockey (R. C. Medhurst) suffered concussion and fractured ribs when his ear was struck by a. tram at Morphetville to-day. He was admitted to the Royal Adelaide Hospital. His car, a new tourer, was carried along the tram track for more than 120 yards. It was badly crumpled and pieces were strewn along the track.

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Kimberley Abattoirs Air Transport of Beef GOVERNMENT'S PLANS Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Kimberley Abattoirs Air Transport of Beef GOVERNMENT'S PLANS Perth, This Afternoon. Preliminary plans had been pre pared for the establishment of abat toirs in West Kimberley, where beasts would be killed and chilled for trans port by air to Wyndham, the Premier and Minister for the North-West (Mr. McLartyV said yesterday. The plans, he continued, . had been submitted to the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture and Com merce. If they were accepted, an esti mate of costs would be placed before the Commonwealth and State Govern ments for decision whether the project was to proceed.

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Eastern States Racing Meeting at Moonee Valley SATURDAY ACCEPTANCES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Eastern States Racing Meeting at Mbonee Valley SATURDAY ACCEPTANCES The following are the acceptances for the race meeting to be conducted j :U Moonee Valley on Saturday next:-! ALFRED HANDICAP j Five furlongs j G.-iy S.-iinr - !- 0 Erebus - - - 7 VI j Siren Fung - S 4 Free for all -7 12 I-'Uii - - - 8 3 It. A-;tdeJijy 7 10 1'ipp Dream - 8 - Aegean Sea - 7 '.) j Carbon Copy 8 ?» (heat ller«i - 7 7 ! Suir (if (Jold S 0 j Hl'RDLK RACE j (First Division) i Two miles Bell Tmver 10 V High Charm !) OJ Kookaburra 10 - Lee ----'.) 0 ] Return ? i) 7 W. Bank - - U 0 j Ferguson - !) 2 Wiiu-helsea - I) O Hulnng ? i) 2 ALFRED HANDICAP j (Stvond I Ji vision) I I'ivo furlongs S. Christabel S 4 Red Bonnet - 7 13 Atomic Lass S 3 Star of East 7 12 Rembrant - - S 3 Sarah Belle 7 10 Wind Bear - 8 2 Caj-e Ray - - 7 7 Nauplia ? S 0 Roulot - - - 7 7 Affectionate S 0 RELIEF HANDICAP One mile Ulterior - - S S Windbag's L. 7 0 Saturn ? S 7 P,?g Heart - 7 7 Lyuceus ? 8 2 Dungarban - 7 7 The differ - S 0 «ay M...

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Mail for Palestine Temporary Suspensions DELIVERIES UNCERTAIN Sydney, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Mail for Palestine -? ? Temporary Suspensions [ DELIVERIES UNCERTAIN Sydney, January S. The registered mail service and insured parcel post to Palestine have been suspended temporarily. This was announced 05' the I-eiiuty Director 'f Posts and Telegraphs (Mr. F. 11. Brad ley) to-day. v * ,-„. , He s**d tlm^the GVenfruent could nflHM^nge* guarantee . *iajr^ delivery, because of the serious outlireaks of fighting between Arabs and Jews.

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Injured Boy Found Dog Directs Searchers WANDERED FROM HOME Sydney, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Injured Boy Found Dog Directs Searchers WANDERED FROM HOME Sydney, January S. The howling of a pet dog led a father to his unconscious twelveandahalf year-old sou, who was lying alongside the railway line at Bexley North last night. The boy (John Leslie Masters) wandered away from his home at dusk. When his father could not find him about tne nouse in; sum ueisuuuuia organised a search. Tue search had been carried on for seventy-five minutes when Mr. Masters beard the child's pet dog howling in the distance. He followed the sounds and discovered his son lying unconscious with a head wound. The dog was alongside him.

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Upper Chapman Association TWO FURTHER MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Upper Chapman Association TWO FURTHER MATCHES The third set of matches in the pre miership competition of the Upper Chapman Cricket Association was play ed on Sunday last. Nabawa and Yuna No. 2 played a drawn game at Yuna, whilst the match at Naraling between Yuna No. 1 and Naraling concluded similarly.

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Plane Strikes Bird Cabin Window Smashed INCIDENT NEAR DARWIN Darwin, January 8. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

Plane Strikes Bird Cabin Window Smashed INCIDENT NEAR DARWIN Darwin, January S. A bird crashed through the perspex cabin window of a Qantas Lancastrian travelling at 300 miles per hour yester day. The pilot and co-pilot were spat tered with blood and feathers and the pilot's face was hit by perspex splint ers. The accident occurred when tlin aircraft was nearing Darwin ou it* flight from Sydney to Japan. The pilot (Captain F. liryce) ordered a radio message to be sent to Darwin informing R.A.A.F. Headquarters of the accident and arranging for another cabin windscreen to Ik? ready to l'eplace the damaged' one. The Lan castrian landed about ten minutes later. The change was affected aud the air craft took off again without any delay in the schedule. Captain Bryce said that neither lie nor his co-pilot saw any birds in the vicinity just before 'the accident.

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District Cricket Narngulu's Easy Victory WONTHELLA DEFEATED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 8 January 1948

District Cricket Narngulu's Easy Victory WONTHELLA DEFEATED Narngulu defeated Wonthella by an innings and 39 runs wben the fixtures of the Northern District Cricket Asso ciation were resumed on Sunday last. Wonthella ? was dismissed for the meagre total of 44 runs on their first visit to the creases. No batsman was at his ease and the bowling honors went to S5. MeConkey, who took five wickets for 16 runs whilst J. Giles took three for 21. J. Giles also rendered a good: account of himself -with the willow and recorded top score of §S runs for Narngulu before being run out. P. Giles also mastered the bowling and scored 51 of Narngulu's total of 151. Wonthella did little better in their second innings and of the total of 69 runs, T. O'Mailey contributed 34. Details of the scores are as follows: — WONTHELLA First Innings D. Button, b S. McConkey ? 4 L. Reid, c J. Gilesr b S. McConkey 8 P. O'Mailey, b J. Giles ? 1 T. O'Mailey, b J. Giles ? 0 M. Clarkson, c and b S. McConkey 1 It. Starlin...

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