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Political Radio War IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

Political Radio War IN THE UNITED STATES. The batile recently waged over the radio between the Premier of New South Wales and the leader of the Opposition is a mild' business compared with the warfare of abuse in progress in the United States in relation to President Roosevelt's New Deal. The American fracas Is a three-cornered affair, with Senator Huey R Long, of Louisiana, and Father Charles E. Cough lin, catholic priest, of Detroit, denounc ing the Administration, while General Hugh S. Johnson, formerly Administrator Of thp ^J.R-'A.. hlirlc fMntt^luw In nrnlt Senator Long is the dictator of Louisi ana, a man of tremendous bodily energy and mental strategy* whese appeal is Up the leTwest-bicwfd section of. the me*. For many months he has been talking over* great radio network, speaking the language cf the great unwashed, quoting ccrtpture by tjje yard, vilifying all who do not agree with, him, and expounding the glad gospel cf sharing, the wealtn ol the great republic evenly among...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAPTIST CHURCH, GUILDFORD New School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

BAPTIST CHURCH, GdLDFOBD . ? new sciiooj.of Arts. ? .11 a.m. ana 7.15 p.m. These services are bright and helpful. Come and hear the Old. .OlfiiBtory. , A welcome and message awaits you.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYLANDS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

MEKRYLANDS PRESBYTERIAN - ? CHURCH-, v Sunday School, lo . a.m. 11 a.m., Communion; Rev. A. H. Shaw. . . ? ' 4.45, Men's League; Mr. L. s. Parker of Eastwood. Subject, 'ShijK and Life' ?i.'S. 'Worfe and Faint Not'; Mr. L. S. jParker.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

Carlton Nursing Home / *5 BOLTON ST., GUILDFORD / Indoor and Outdoor Ca.=cs Attended/ PHONE UW8775 NURSE MARIOX, A.T.N.A. E. P. CORK 347 Guildford Road, GUILDFORD. -J We stock Anderson's & Silvester's Smallgoods PRESSEO HAM, DEVON, FRITZ, GARLIC rORI^ FRANKFURTS . . . . lOd huncll: V1NENNAS ? ;;.d bundle OUR CORNED BEEP IS UNSURPASSED FRESH CBl'MPETS ? 7Jd dozm

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

Unprocurable Etsewtte^: FL ft. Efffl£& Co. ^'»;' IS'.''.' N0W OFFER PURE IRISH LINEN SATIN DAMASK, GUARANTEED LIFETIME WEAR. ? BUSH RUGS, three sizes ? 2/9, 3/8, Ji/6 BLANKETS at Sydney's Lowest Prices. SILK AND WOOL (Genuine) HOSE OUR SPECIAL LINCOLN MILLS LINE for 2/6 PAIR W. B. LADIES TRACED APRONS. Sec the New Koala, and . Japanese. Figures, 6 id each CHILDREN'S ALL-WOOL GLOVES Colored Tops, etc ? from 1/92 pair ' See the Window Display of the Equisite* Satin Damask. . / Worth 12/11 yard. Our Price 7/6 yard../ 70 Inches wide. MEASURE YODR TABLE NOW AND. LAY-BYE A LENGTH WHILE IT LASTS ? WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO REPLACE THE LINEN WHEN SOLD O0T. S.C.K., GREEN COUPONS, LAV BYE S, ALL CASH ORDEES ACCEPTED STILL A PEW CHOICE PULLOVERS AND CARDIGANS. Best Quality Onlj. fron 13 11 each t ALL-WOOL ATHLETICS BOYS' AND MEN'S from ? ' '- ™™ PYJAMAS. BOYS', from ? ' HEAVY QUALITY PLANELLETTE PYJAMAS for MEN Iic.il ? 4 ]1 REVERTEX RAINCOATS WILL KEEP YOU WARM AND DRY. SEE OUR RANGE NUR...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

FOR SALE, Round Solid Oak/Dinini! Table, seat six: Oak Hallstandyfmlrror), i Iron Bedstead, Small TaMf, perfect :ondltloll. 322 Guildford-road. rO~LET, Tennis Court, week days only. Apply Simpson's Sports Depot, next t^ Picture Show, Merry lands. /

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

Misses D. and E. TIGAR ., .DRESSMAKERS. /' ; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED / 252 MERRYLANDS ROAD, *- M E K R r L A N D S. f M. J. LAMBERT, 241 WOODVILLE ROAD. GROCERIES AND CONFECTIONERS / .' MOPS, and, HANDLES... I/- and 1/41 / BROOMS ? 1/3 and-l/fl/ SCRUB BRUSHES ? Sd each/ . \AVGX. I'. .'??; ?'?? ??? ? 6dPWf CLOTHES LINES .. ? -6d each Bread! Bread! Bread! ? BDJV ONLY O1JB COLEMAlfS . .'. . .BREAD . ' / ' For QUALITY; there Is NO EQUAL / ; JUNG DW85B6. / ':?': \AND OOB CART WILL QOA/ i U;, ??;'?' - : ? WE ' DELIVER. sFiCABTS' DAILY to fill parts of District. ?ja__ ? ; ? : ? . ? . ? mmjUl-VliM'itmto, all coiors, onlr 1/113 jPjefth /at E, H- Line & ,Co., Ouliaford.' f, i-38m&n'*b» *- -aaifcJMb* tlKlr/ J ' O^^;W^beA^«flcarttf-«iTi- I HP [?] yM.....»M5ry-^MM»»»«- ? — «???! ?- mm. ? ?:'?''-?? '??}:::? '^ -Jf/'' i ' ; cjtpiwidiflirc^p -Bdy^Sgingi f mffl1't^ri*''1' of ftrSinei^^Sild benefit +- «f- juaftMMn useof;ttie;ir«B ^ , ' s/^^m y. ' T£e:'scdefitfed*oi^nst,^IB flfi^ well,...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLISTS CRASH [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

MOTOR CYCLISTS CRASH Richard Pawley, Burslll-etreet, Guild ford, had his left arm broken in four places In the double motor cycle accident, near Villcwood Bates, on June 1. Bern ard 6parkes (18). riding pillion, baa nis leg Injured In two places, and was kept in Liverpool Hospital till midday on June 2. The other cyclists, Stanley HolUs (17). Wellington-street, Newtown. riding, had as passenger Jack Jones, of Farr-street. MarrUMIle, In & side-box, already with a broken leg set in jilaster. who received added 'injuries to the left hand and right Khun*.--. Both bikes were, smashed up. A passing c^r took Mr. Pawley to Parra matta Hospital; where1 his a«itt. -was set in a F?lint. Mr. Holls received a mrained left ankle and wounded forehead.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF ARTS Snooker Tournament [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF ARTS Snooker Tournament A snooker tournament was commenced last Tuesday night, and the first heat was a real thriller. Eric Single playeo ' his brother Bert, and Eric executed some marvellous shots (worthy of Llndrum). Scores: E. Single (117) beat B. Single (97); second heat, O. Irwin (159 beat . C. Kirkland (140) ; third heat, J. Buchan (202) beat P. Single (246); fourth heat, E. Palmer (115) beat W. Wright (106) .

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PUBLIC SCHOOL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

GUILDPORD PUBLIC SCHOOL NEWS The GuildlordPublio School are hold ing a picture matinee on Tuesday, June 18, by courtesy of the management of ?the Bcgeni Theatre, to provide funds lor tins purchase of an up-to-date library for the use of the pupils. The parents are - ''Invited to assist mis necessitous part pi the education of their children, by pur \ chasing tickets. A very fine programme has been arranged. Miss O'KeerTe, of the staff of the public EChool, has arranged' a tennis tournament lor Thursday, June 13, to augment the funds for the purchase of the school . library. A previous tournament, arrang- . cd by Miss CKccffe, augmented the funds ' to the extent of £3/6,' and the response of the ladies on that occasion - was iyeiy -.-.: inuch appreciated -by. the headmaster, and .' stafl. ? ? ' , . ' ' ' ; -:'.??-'?,?'- ~.i '/? The Sydney rCIty Council's elecWcity ^ department statesiJiat Uis «mBump-: ..; tion jof electricity continues to grow,;- . .'

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD R.S. & S.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

GUILDFORD R.S. & S.IX.A. An enthusiastic meeting of 40 meni bcis was held at Regem roums Jast Thurs. aay. Reports of all men working and starting on tile six months' call-up were received. The pensions officer (Mr. Roberts, Sydney) was complimented on obtaining increased pensions for two Guildlord men. Two more members have obtained fore men positions, and -the lads, generally- are Th! last dance was an exceptional success, and next Saturday's function In Gtuidfcrd promises to be equally -so. Mr. W. Mclver, presented his scneme , for the 'Ouildford Funeral Fund,' and was well received, all Joining his organis ation . The Guildford soldiers are well around the corner; help us, and uie'll help you.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGENT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

REGENT NEWS This week-end the Regent manage ment presents Shirlcv Tempb In 'BusM Eyes.' a picture overflowing with tajjnan feeling .Shell brighten your es^s; and lighten your heart . Every flier at . the 'drome was a daddy to her after the 1-st her cm. Saturday rr.atmee. the first heats ol the plllrw fighting competition, also skipping for the girls. AU the children who coUectcd the sixteen film stars' photographs, brfng them U- the theatre U'lt.h VOtir rlnmpc anrf nilHriicui; niodiNi written on them, also the completed colored Shirley Temple coloring com ?!'-''??' ' ? s. The results will be an nounced later. Supporting programme: Let's bs Ritzy.' with Lew Ayrcs, Patricia EIlLs, Prank McHugh and Isabel 'Jewell a picture of liigh standard of romance and humor. News reel and cartoon. Monday and Tuesday, two favor.tcs WgeUier in -Chained,' Joan Crawford ond Clarke, Gable, with Otto Kruger and Stuart Irwin. The soul-stirring romance of a lovely lady whs kept lucKed in her heart uie love...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLD GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 13 June 1935

OLD GUILDFORD PERSONAL .Miss Suiter te: having a .tnuch-needed rest at.tne residence of her niece. Mis. Eunaberfleld, Railway Parade Jews now form about 25 per cent, ol the .population of Palestine This is the largest Jewish, percentage to aay, one .xountry. ''The importance of Jteuettne will be jenWwatwhen , (be .proposed air ports for England-India mate-juc ^utbprltte, ot Syria tod ^JLdAitoo r nave deciuefl'to permit J^rtsVMnml. *' ration. , _ '\wLv«583l J

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

CHURCH OK ENGLAND GUILDFORD, will hold a A SELECT DANCE In the MEMORIAL SCHOOL OF ARTS, GOILDFORD. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1935. First-Class Orchestra. Supper provided. TICKirr : ONE SHILLING, Mrs. T. Williams, See. Ithrrylaadt, E«st Infants' School SPQRTS Afternoon SATURDAY,' JUNE 22. at 2 p.m. 12 Entries in Cooking competition la each Sec'.lon. Wh:ts Wings Self-Raising Flour Best Plate SCONES. Best SPONGE SANDWICH. ALL ENTRIES must be accompanied by White Wings Coupon. Custard made with FOSTER CLARK'S POWDER. JUMBLE SALE. EUCHRE PARTY. KIDDIES' RACES. ' Afttt-nooii Tea 3d Admission 3d.

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

... TENNIS PAYERS! jfV BENTLEY'S TOURNAMENT ItESTRINGS ? 15/- f| \ BENTLEY'S SPECIAL 8/6, .Sold elsewhere 9/. i ~ RACKETS ON EASY l&MS. KRAK-SHOT SENIOR RACKETS, n.^75/-, REDUCED I® 60/- See Our 'EXPERT' RACKET, 55/-. MERRYLANDS SPORTS STORE, ? SoleDist^ibutors fo^j(rak-Shot on SOUTHERN LINE. JVALUE AND SERVICE! j * v better value and service where goods are bought for cash Pp' 0- *We an uS^mSl&^^plstributors for any Racket Factory, and. in consequence. |||- | free to sejl Prices/. 'This is reflected in the large and x-aried rtock of l&y \ I Tennis^Baif^^'^BK^ln our stocks. Buying for cash we are not' restricted to IP ' a fixed pf icek , and as our goods- are well bought and re liable, do apt ' ra c ke ts for the price of one. We will call for. R^ : ' * aad deliwr aiw iWbin^^yS^rilkl rest rings, and, if -necessary our Represent .r!. *^Ve **11 wlUi a ^ange of Racket6 for you to d^Q&e from, on our easy pay as you play plan. ?te|, SIl|ttPSON'S SPORTS &am...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

; More Bargains Daily at- £# H. LINE& Co. GU drapers3 j ? - SEE the 'SHIRLEY TEMPLE' APRONS, 1/11} Each'. . .GENERAL. CHILDREN'S BLOOMERS, Strong Hamielet te ? 65d pair. LADIES' CORSETS from ? 2.11 BRASSIERS, all T53-es from ? 1/. each VESTS. All Wool and silk and Wool, 22 Varieties. DAMASK TABLECLOTHS, from . . ? 111} COLORFUL CRETONNES, from ? ? ? . ? ? 61d yard £?:. CHILDREN 'S ALL WOOL GJUOVES ? 2 '3 pair K:! ' EXCLUSIVE DRESS LENGTHS of All Wool TWEED ? 3 '11 yard * :- . ? ? THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL: Strong Damask Tablecloths, colored bands, guaranteed fast dye,: 54 x 54, 3/11; 54 x 60, 4 0. See also the Irish Linen Satin Damask, 7/6 yd. ; worth 12/11, obtainable only at Line & Co. S.C.R., GREEN COUPON'S. LAV BYE S, ALL CASH ' ORDERS . ACCEPTED MERCERY. MEN'S COAT SHIRTS .. ? ? .; '3'U MEN'S ALL WOOL FLANNELS ? - ? 3'U MEN'S ALL WOOL MURRAY FLANNELS. Super Quality. 5/11. 7.'6 eacli BOYS' NAVY and OBEY FLANNEL KNICKERS .. ? ? ? 2 '11 pair BOYS' THORNPROOF TWEED KNICKE...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

DON'T RISK FAILURE ADVERTISE YOUR SOCIAL AND OTHER FUNCTIONS THE COST IS SMAXiL— THE OAJN. IS LAltOE. ' Always remember 'The Broadcaster ' goes light Into tl^homes, and delivers your InviUttoii to fvery member oI the bousehold. , I-on't,ha\j pepple ifeylng ' to you, after wards, tocjour social ? « ?!' MlBtiKftHiittt '/? ^ . ? - 1-- '-;Mfl^i'; BROM-CASI,ERij J .1 ' ' Phoue: S£2 Iilvupoid.'!' . . j ..

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLROYD BUILDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

IfOt&OjrD BUILDINGS Tlie foloning appllcatkms to butld have been approved. by iHWroyd Council:— L. , K, BebbmKton. w.b.i cottaee, Merrylapds Jd:. McrrylandB, J468r-S. H. Btrdud, five w^i. cottages, Guildford, £150 each; A. Fish, wA. cottage. Jiiaven-st., Jilerrylaiids £150.— Total,, -

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

, ' ? / TAXIS AND r -** Private - Hire Cars. E. DEVESiDN, Merrs'Janda Phone: UW9693

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GUILDFORD PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Broadcaster — 20 June 1935

GUILDFORD | PERSONAL Misses Mabel Single, Sally Griffiths, Jessie Fowler and Nellie Starkey arc all enthusiastic vigoro players. ( Miss Jean Warren, of Mc Arthur-street, 1 ig on the 'flu' list. Miss Dossy Daley (5); of Oxford-street, is now sick in bed. Mr. Lang Baxter, of Park Hill, sustained a probable brcken arm whilst playing football last Saturday. . Mrs. Torode, of the Esplanade, was sick in bed last week. Mr. Kimpton, of Harold-street, is suf Miss Elaine (4=) and Raymond -7) Fi- I fleld. of 3 Cross-street, are both suffering from gastric influenza. Mi's, coombes, of Berwick-street, is still in Paramatta Hospital. Mi's. Mason, of Clement-street. Ls im proved slightly, and many neighbours have been inquiring after her health. TENNIS TOURNAMENT A successful tennis tournament was held bv the Mothers' Club on the Pines court at Guildford on 12th inst. The prizrt-winncre were Mesdames NJcholls. Fculston, Ireland and O'Brien. The club niombers thanked those who helped to make the da...

Publication Title: Broadcaster, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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