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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950
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KEIRA BASEBALL TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950
KEIRA BASEBALL TEAMS ?.The following players have been selected to represent Keira Baseball' club on Saturday: . - ? FIRST GRADE at Nicholson Park, Woonona, 3 p.m.: G. Rus sejl,; J.-; Treanor, A. Dare, A. Ir-' Vine.'fj/' Chapman, B. Curraii,. D. Baker, .Si Watt, H. Lee, A.; Davies, j'i Burns, Ryan, P. Dbws*ett.. r . ?: SECbND GRADE at 1.15 p.m., Cringila' Q'val: A. Brown,, -W. F§rringtoni J. Woods, P.-. Maha,rg, Bi' . Wilson, N. Whittake'r, :r B. Rbwies,' W7 Dixoh, G. Flerriing, R, jbooney, 1 T. Downing,; and 'alL others- registered with the club. All* , players are asked.S to '.be- e^Hy: ifoy. . their respective grounds. ; 'Anyone not available should contact J. Treanor,' Sec retary. '. ? ? ?
Schoolboys Invade District For Inter-City Soccer Premiership [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950
Schoolboys Invade District For Inter-lily Soccer Prwutershap Following the recent deluge of rain, Woilongong received a far more welcome ustorm' yesterday in the arrival of 84 school boys from Sydney and Newcastle , who will spend six days in the district to contest the inter-city premierships against district players. ....,,jnaiity of Illawarra' has made it .possible J i' au the. visiting boys to * be.] ;.owd in private hoines ,for: the .nation of their ' stay.' ' The itiiilts of the organisers of the .?i i.al are extended , . to, all for their generosity and ;.'Pi!r.'iLion in accommodating ; boys.-. /,.; /'isifcing lads from Sydney. .arid ewcastle have been drawn from ? le whole of the areas covering tese two districts. Sydney boys partake in com Ititions conducted by the. Syd iy branch of the P.S.A.A.A. his branch covers a huge dis trict which extends from Hornsby hi the north to Sutherland in ! the' south. . All strong Soccer areas in Syd ney,' such as Leichhardt, Gran ville, : ...
Port Has Lucky Win Over Wests [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
Port Has Lucky Win Over Wests The competition leaders, Port kembla, were lucky to defeat /estern Suburbs at Kembla /varra Oval yesterday. It was 7-all with two minutes to go when Beazley broke through and added three points to Port's total. This gave tHfe competi tion leaders the game 10-7. The first half of the gam-3 was extremely tame with little work being done by. either back line. Both teams took a i'ong time to settle dbwri: Vince Meiaer sent Charlie Bruce oh his way after tlie game had been in progress for 20 minutes ahd by side stepping the opposition's defence Bruce was able to score in a haii'dy position. Divermore converted to give Port a lead of 5-0. A penalty to Western Suburbs deep in Port's half of the field enabled Torpey to land a neat penalty goal. ? Len Koch soon after had ah opportunity- of displaying his H - rlrnn kir»lrino- onll 1 from nearly 40 yards out raised the flags with an excellent field goal. This ihade the score 5-4 in favour of Port. Port should have...
CLOSE FINISH IN HARVEY, PARKINSON CUP FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
«SS CLOSE FINISH IN HARVEY, PARKINSON CUP FINAL The fimls of both the Harvey and Park ifts'on Ciip games on Saturday were tnarkfrd by extremely close finishes , with the standard of bowls on a high plane. Corrimal won the Harveu Cup by four points on the Thirrom green ana Wollongong beat the strong 'on Kembla conibitiation by only two shots. , Wojiongong were fully ?Ex- tended to' beat, Port, winning oniy one rink, but tRat By a margin of live. ? The games; ? played on Wise man's Park green, were tense and exciting and good -bowls were seen. Results were:-—. Brown, McPherson; Johnson1, Davis . (Wollongong) 22 v. -H: Dean, .W. 1 Bennett, A. Jackson'; J. Jarre'tt (Port Kembla) ? 23. - ' Anderson; .. Hughes* ' Funnell, Pricb ,:(W.) i22 vet-sus ? Welling; ton,- uonen,- uomne, iv. niu (f.k.) 24; Caldwell, Brown, G. ? Cook,.- T. Nfeiie (W.) . ?2, v. V^estoii, Rich; O'boriri&ll, McEntee (i^.K.). v17. .Washington,.' Sloan, ^ .WbHing, V. ^Tate (Wj . 17- v'. TpWhsehti; Benhett; Jackso...
BROTHERS DEFEAT N. SUBURBS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
BROTHERS DEFEAT N. SUBURBS Playing before a very poor crowd; C.B.C. had an easy win over Northern Suburbs at Mc Cabe Park yesterday; C.B.C.- won 19-2 after leading 13-2 at haif Sme. Although the margin , of ? the scores was wide, Brothers should, havb doubled their total. At no time;, were their move ments finished bff. ? .The scoring opened shortly after the. commencement of the -rame when half-back johnny Frohmuller landed a penalty, it was ah easy kick; Soon after Brothers' babk line swung into, action and the ball shot out to 'Drop' McCaffertv. who went over in the corner to score. It was not converted and C.B.C. led 5-0. Norths. opened their account when Richards landed a goal from a fair way . out. 5-2. This was North's only score. . With play down on North's 25 Bernle p'Kfeefe. cbllected from r dropped pass. .Speculating with his boot he toed the ball througl* and Fitzgerald following on col lected and scored. O'Keefe ; soon after ' scorer5 when he rati about 'io yards, to go...
Thirroul In Third Place After Defeating Corrimal [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
TMrroul la Third Place' Alter Defeating Corrimal Although without the services of Bruce Smith and fullback Vic Soper, Thirroul proved too good fbf Corrimal and defeated that team 13 to 9 at Thirroul yesterday afternoon; This win places Thirroul on the third line of the coihjpetition | ladder.. I | Thirroul started off at a fast pace during the first 10 min utes play centred close to half way. Corrimal were using. the southerly breeze to advantage ahd Kevin Frost had a busy per iod at the northern end of the field. Thirroul forced play_ tb . tibt rimal's 25 and from a nick lock forward Ryde. flew, forward, passed out to Fenton, who . sent to Ray Morgan .on the wing. Morgan went hard, and fast and in-pas'sed to Fred Woodward, who scored a nice try in the , corner. Ray Morgan missed at the con version. . . : : Referee Noel Ferrier awarded a, penalty to . the home side and Mbrgaii kibke'd the goal. 5-0.^ . . ' Frotii the kick-tiff Corrimal swung into the attack and the crowd saw the bal...
Wollongong Helped By Speed In Union Win Against North Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
Wollongong^Helped By Speed In Union Win Against North Sydney Turning on a sustained display of fast, open football Wollongong Rugby Union payers useu tueir speed en actively in account ing for Northern Suburbs by six points to it nee at Nortn Sydney Oval No. 2 on Satur day. Wollongong's superiority was clear and but for a couple of lapses the winning margin would have been much greater . Prominent in Wollongong s first away victory wore inside backs Harry Todd, Jim O'Don nell and Bill Cullen. They were constructive throughout and when in possession each prov ed a menace to Norths. Tho Wollongong forwards weio outweighed by Norths' heavyweight .pu,ck and although beaten in the xset scrums and lineouts .the 'Tigers' rucked well and their speed and covcj defence worried Norths. For most among the forwards were Alexander, Falliok, Pres Lon and Davidson. From the first whistle Wol longong attacked. McAlary Kicked off into a slight .breeze and immediately the Red and Blacks were tested in...
Corrimal Amenities 25 Years' Fight for Surf Club House [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
? ?- m* ?*- ? Corrimal Amenities 25 Years5 Fight for 'Surf Club Moiise j Submitting a sketch plan of a proposed club house . for the Corrimal Surf Club to the Corri mal Amenities Committee at its last meeting, Mr. George Prei ser stated he had been fighting for over 25 years for a club house, still without success. ? One member said he felt that it was a disgrace to the councils concerned that Corrimal, with one of the best beaches on the coast and with over 50 active members of the life saving club, should have a beach so lacking in essential improvements. Another said unless the public as a whole forced the hands of 'ie council, no progress would be made. It was decided1 to have plans and specifications of the pro posed club house drawn up and then try tb arrange a confer ence with the Coal Board, council, Surf Club and Ameni ties Committee to discuss the matter. The Secretary stated that over the past three months he had received no replies to his communications to the council, o...
Wollongong Beats Dapto In Willing R.L. Game [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
?' \ '??? YJ:. fS gTC a Wi' it Wollongong Beats Dapto In Willing R.L. Game . in a fast, rough and willing game of Rugb* League at th* Woalongong Showground yesterday afternoon V.ro?lo;igong defeated Dapto 16-4 Although we-1 beaten Dapto mad* a good imprc sion m its acout this season at hfeadqiiarters. Th highlight of the game was the magnificent try ' Wollongong winger Nitholson and the consister gpal kicking of Bill Beazley. I This first minute of the game proved a true indication of what was to follow. | From tho initial kick-off Dapto winger Ron Goulding was ? knocked unconscious and had to be carried from the field, but was able to resume later. Rofnwo TTr.rlr».i„nnrl ? ? uuucuvuuu awarcied the city side a penalty after four minutes of play and Bill Beaz ley raised the flags ' with a beautiful kick against a squally bleak breeze. Play was hard and at times fists were thrown. The forwards, in particular, were playing a forceful, lively game — their tack ling being deadly. Dapto w...
Radio Appeal Helps Mayor's Flood Fund [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
'AWAVAWAWWiW Radio Appeal Helps Mayor's Flood Fund Radio Station 2WL yester day conducted a coast-wide Flood Relief Appeal, when listeners were askbd ..to phone in donations, the result .was £429/6/6, which will augment the Mayor's Apbcal. Yesterday morning, com mencing at 9.30, the. Wollon gong branch of the Apex Club carried out a street-by street collection by car in Wollongong, ' Port Kembla and Corrimal which raised' £126. The Illawarra Rugby League also co-operated with the. appeal ari.ti collections .were taken up at the Wol longong Showgrounc!' .. and jVlcCabe Park. These codec 1 tions netted £3/8 8. - The total, amount raised was as follows: . Telephone Appeal £429/6/6. Street Appeal £126. Rugby League collections £8/8/6. Total, £563/1$/.
Bulli Wins Five A Side Soccer [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
Bulli Wins Five A Side Soccer Playing far better Soccer than the Sydney visiting side, Orangegrove, Bulli was able to j win the final of the Five-a-Side I Soccer Knockout Competition ? at biacKy Flat yesterday. The carnival was attended -by the1 largest crowd ever to' attend an Illawarra Soccer Association fixture. Both teams after a most strenuous day's football produc ed a fast, scientific game; Orangegrove played the bet ter game in the early stages, but failed to finish off their midfield combinations. Bulli scored first when Dick Highland netted just .prior to half-time. Orangegrove made it one-all as the whistle sounded when McLachian scored. Play see-sawed throughput the second half ? until one ?minntf* frnm. full .whun Jock Hamilton made it 2-1 in favour of the southern team. The highlight of the entire day was the women's match .be tween John Vicars and Bulli. In this, science was an 4 un known quantity,' -but neverthe less' the girls enjoyed the game and the -crowd ihad lo...
"Sympathy" for Mr. Fackender [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
'Sympathy' for fMn;;:Fackpiider' S ' !3IR-— May ' extend to Mr. Eackendor, VJ.P., -Honorary Sec retary .of,.lthe...Ilia\yarra -'.Peicc Cpuiicii, a cqrtaih . amount- of. sympathy in' bpin'g 'an. ;offlcfal: of an organisation .that is out . 'of is'tep with' 99.S9' per cent, of piib lic 'Opinion. ? ..Does Mr, Fackender, ? J.P., realise that . a futile waste ot 'ime it would. _be..to 'debatfe', the Korean question? Surely he does not think, any people, other than Communists or Fellow Travel ler's; think the . South . Koreans are the aggressors,' And has Mr. Fackender; JF., yet realised that the Federal Parliament last Thursday both Houses; without one dissentient vote, - supported the Prime Minister in his action in offering support, to the United Nations against the Comniuhist force of . North Korea, declared by the United Nations to be an aggressor force ? ^ I can oriiy conclude from the routine tactics of Mr. Facken der, J.P., that he is either an avowed supporter of Commu nism or el...
Illawarra Cyclists Do Well In State Championships [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
Illawarra Cyclists Do Well In State Championships Illawarra cyclists did remark ably well . on Saturday when competing in the New South Wales Teams Championships at Liverpool. The junior team fin ished with the best time of the meeting. , The senior team was disorg anised on Saturday morning when rider Jack Hunt was forced to withdraw owing to a severe bout of 'flu. The remaining four members of the team competed but as the rule- states, that all four riders must , finish they were forced to withdraw about 10 yards 'from the line when a rider received a puncture. Considering that only four riders raced they put up a fine effort. In the junior division Illawarra did far better. They were the .only team , to JL JL finish inside the two minute start of the preceeding team. Illawarra's junior team con sisted of D. Brown, R. Dalzell, L. Glover, G. Cady and R. Mur ray. . The senior team was: J. Dal zell, V. Johnson, M. Quinn and H. Butterfleld. Next week the Illawarra Club will hold a clu...
"ILLAWARRA HAS IMPACT ON STATE ECONOMY" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
'ILLAWARRA HAS IMPACT GN STATE ECONOMY ' The Illawarra division has de veloped into ait important elec torate over the last few years. In this electorate primary and secondary industry work si'de by side and have a great impact on the economy Of the whole of New South Wales, said Mr. How ard Fowles, M.L.A., at the deT claratioh , of the Illawarra pbll outside the Moss Vale Court House. He added 'We; who are living in . a democracy; believe that everyone has the right to vote as ;h6 or , slie wishes, and ffiy efforts will .. be the same as in the past-^ta help everybody in my electorate; irrespective of party.' Declaring , Mr. Fowles elected, the ' lieturnihg., Officer (Mr; A. Hall) sdid there were 15,530 elec tors in the last election and; thej voting went as follows: Howard Fowles (Labor), . 9169; : Lindsay Mayries (Liberal), 6095'; informial, 239. 'j:-;'/..' ' ?? ; . Mr;' - Fowles moved a vote of thanks tb Mr. Hall :for. the man ner in ,'which lie - had conducted the- pbll and tha...
MACARTHUR U.N. COMMANDER [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
MACARTHUR U.N. COMMANDER WASHINGTON, Sun. (A.A.P.). — President Truman yesterday named General Douglas Mac Arthur as Commander of the United Nations' forces in Korea. Mr. Truman also directed Gen. MacArthur to fly the United Nations' blue and white flag con currently with the flags of the participating nations in opera tions against the North Koreans. ?The President acted on the United Nations Security Council' resolution passed on Friday. This authorised a united com mand of United Nations forces and asked the United States to appoint a supreme commander. United Nations forces now placed at Gen. MacArthur's command includes air and naval units from Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the ?Netherlands, in addition to American air and naval power and ground troops. Forty-f ou r members of the United Nations, and one non member, Italy, have promised moral and material support for the operations against the North Koreans.
"Reds Must Boil Not Us," Says Mr. Casey [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950
'Reds Must Boil Not Us,' , Says Mr. Casey CANBERRA, Sunday. — Com- munism in Australia was part of a world-wide movement to bring the whole world under control, the Minister ' for Develop ment (Mr. Casey) said in a broadcast tonight. It had nothing in common or sympathy with democracy .ox, the genuine aims of :the trades union ?movement: — European countries' -had, .been' swallowed up by the exact (slow, underground tactics . . that ' j the Communists were using in Aus tralia. . . 'We have got to make it so hot for the Communist leaders that ' it is they who are boiled, and not us,' Mr. Casey said. i There would be no real de velopment in Australia until the Communist menace was disposed of. , 'Let's db something about it,' he added.