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Shot in the Back MURDER IN RESIDENTIAL Husband in Police Court REMAND GRANTED Sydney, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 14 February 1948

Shot in the Back MURDER IN RESIDENTIAL Husband in Police Court REMAND GRANTED Sydney, February 11. Shot in the back in a Lilyfield resi- dential last night, Mrs. Edith May Kitching (26), later died in hospital. In the Central Court to-day, her hus- band, baker Reginald James Kitching (27), was charged with the murder of his wife. Well built and 6 feet tall, Kitchiug wore a light grey tweed suit and an open neck shirt. Sergeant Glover said:— "It is alleged that Kitching visited his wife from whom he had been separated for eigh- teen months. He has made a state- ment to the police." The magistrate remanded Kitching to February 16th on the murder charge and on a charge of having used a .38 revolver between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m. on February 13th at Lilyfield without being the holder of a pistol license. Mrs. Kitching came to the city recently from the country and occupied a room in the residential at Lilyfield. After neighbors had heard four shots fired in quick succession last night Mrs. K...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Labor and Communism Fundamental Differences MR. ATTLEE EXPLAINS. London, February 13. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 14 February 1948

Labor and Communism _____________     Fundamental Differences MR. ATTLEE EXPLAINS. London. February 13. The Labor Party had repelled unity with the Communist Party because of fundamental differences, said the Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) at Oxford yester- day. Western European Socialism has its root in European civilisation, in humanism and Christianity, and in this country in British history, he said. Communism turned its back on civilis- ation. Mr. Attlee said that the Russians now had inverted Czarism. As far as the freedom of the individual was con- cerned the Russians had not progressed very far.

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Sydney Shark Scares Bathers Desert Beaches A QUICK EXODUS Sydney, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 14 February 1948

Sydney Shark Scares Bathers Desert Beaches A QUICK EXODUS Sydney. February 14. Sharks have scared Sydney swim- mers out of the surf. Although yes- terday was the hottest day of the year Sydney beach crowds were small. Sur- fers had in mind the shark fatality at Newcastle on Thursday. Eight sharks, including one 14 feet long, were sighted yesterday off Sydney beaches,   four off Bondi Beach.   At Avalon surfers and onlookers   screamed when two grey nurse sharks   appeared among a crowd of swimmers forty yards from the shore. Bathers   were out in less than two minutes.  

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 14 February 1948

Births, Marriages and Deaths BIRTH EATON (nee Cooper) — On February 11th, 1948, at the Geraldton Matern- ity Hospital, to Peggy and Dick — a son (Richard Phillip). Both well. IN MEMORIAM ILES (Mary) — In loving memory of Mary, who passed away on February 13th, 1947. Ever Remembered. — Inserted by her loving husband   (Bob). ILES — In remembrance of Mary, who passed away on February 13th. 1947. — Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Iles, Bon, Maureen and Robert.   ILES (Mary) — In memory of our sis- ter-in-law (Mary), who passed away on February 13th, 1947. — Inserted by Beryl, Bert aud Glen.

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 14 February 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies ___________     Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES A large house at the Radio Theatre last night greeted the screening of the   hilarious comedy, "Hold that Blonde.''   with unrestrained laughter. The lead-   ing roles are taken by Eddie Bracken   and Veronica Lake in the story of a   millionaire's son who suffers from kleptomania. Themain supporting     feature was "The Thrill of Brazil." starring Evelyn Keyes and Keenan Wynn. The programme will be repeated again to-night and the attrac- tions for Monday. Tuesday and Wed- nesday arc as follows:- - (1 ) — Universal Ncwsreel. (2) — "Faces in the Fog" (Jane With-- ers, Paul Kelly, Lee Patrick and John Letel). (3) — Brevity. (4) — æMagnificent Ladyæ (Ginger Rogers, David Nivcn and Bur-   gess Meredith ).   'MugitifK'cnt Lady' 'Magnificent Lady." starring Ginger j Roge...

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Britain's Economy Controlled Prices Scheme INDUSTRIALISTS ASSIST London, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 14 February 1948

Britain's Economy Controlled Prices Scheme INDUSTRIALISTS ASSIST London, February 14. British industrialists and Board of Trade officials are working in an atmosphere of urgency to plan the next moves in the Government's standstill prices scheme. The Federation of British Industries, representing about 250 trade associa- tions and 4,500 individual firms, has appointed a committee of thirty to con- sider plans to help the Government. It is expected that the prices of two hundred articles will be frozen. The Government will not enumerate them in case black marketers attempt to cor- ner goods. The Government has issued to nation- alised industries the same directives to control prices as it has given to private industries.    

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Tokio Bank Murders Twelve Officers Poisoned POLICE ARREST SUSPECT Tokio, February 14. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 14 February 1948

Tokio Bank Murders Twelve Officers Poisoned POLICE ARREST SUSPECT Tokio, February 14. The Japanese police believe they have caught a bank robber, who mur- dered by poisoning twelve employees of the Tokio Bank on January 26th. A suspect, fitting the killer's des- cription, was arrested last night at   Toyosexx Toyohashi (Shiznoka Prefec-   ture). He is forty-seven years of age and was found with a map of the Tokio Bank area and also a newspaper clipping of the case.

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 14 February 1948

PERSONAL ________   Mr. A. C. Bogle, principal of Bogle Bros., returned to Geraldton by air yesterday morning after having spent a week in the metropolis. * * * * * * * * Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Grant, of Yanget, who have spent the past few days in the city, returned to Geraldton by yes- terday morning's train. * * * * * * Mr. L. Moustaka, principal of Sun- shine Crooks & Brooker Company, is at present spending a holiday in the metropolis in company with his wife. * * * * * * * * Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Robinson, of Won- gan Hills, accompanied by their small daughter, are at present holidaying in Geraldton and are staying at the Free- masons Hotel. * * * * * * * * Mr. A. Stewart, district traffic super- intendent of the Western Australian Government Railways, returned to Ger- aldton yesterday after having spent the past week in an official visit to Perth. * * * * * * * * Mr. C. Roberts, secretary of the Meekatharra Road Board, who has been holidaying in Geraldton in com- ...

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New Caravan Area West-End Improvements COUNCIL'S PROPOSALS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 14 February 1948

New Caravan Area West-End Improvements COUNCIL'S PROPOSALS At the last meeting of the works com- mittee of the Geraldton Municipal Council consideration was directed to plans for improvements to the camp and caravan areas at the West-End Beach. The Municipal Engineer (Mr. R. W. Kilminster) submitted two schemes, the first containing a pro= posal for the extension of the beach camp sites. The plan proposed the establishment of eight new beach sites fronting a new road parallel with the existing one. Two small triangular areas, which would be left might be developed as gardens. The existing caravan area if levelled aud built up gradually with sand removed from other jobs and then covered with grass might form the nucleus of a children's playground and, perhaps at a later date ,a community centre. Couch grass in this area apparently required no watering provided the level was not more than two feet above high water mark. The second plan showed the pro- posed layout of a new caravan and...

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS i The following passengers travelled to and from Geraldtou by the air ser vice of the MacRobertson-Miller Avia tion Company Limited during the past few days: — Geraldton to Perth (Saturday) — Mr. D. McVea. Perth to Geraldtou- (Sunday) — Messrs. W. J. Bryant, D. C. Beaton, R. Diprose, Grant, McGuinness, A. K. Jones, J. F. Anderson, W. Akerstroui, R. J. Wilson, Captain G. B. Wilson Mrs. G. West and Miss R. Movie. Geraldton to Perth (Sunday) — Messrs. B. Watson, F. M. Fraser, R. Christie,. Mesdames C. Garratt, A. Mit chell, J. Stewart, Harvey, Misses M. Ewart, L. Mitchell, S. Leedmau, I. Christie, H. Stewart aud Master G. Garratt. Perth to Geraldtou (Monday) — Messrs'. M. T. Morris, Christo, J. Moiv 'rlis,' E. Hancock and Mesdames Christo and Mrs. A. E. Anderson. (ieraldtou to Perth (Monday) — Messrs. D. Horwood, E. Caltou, I. G., Piper, Arduel, A. K. Jones, Mrs. W. R. Iirede and Miss N. Wrenstead. Port Hedlaud to Geraldton (Monday) —Mrs. Hall and Master Hall. Car...

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BOWLS Activities on Local Green CLUB PENNANT FIXTURE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

BOWLS ? ♦ Activities on Local Green CLUB PENNANT FIXTURE With a number of regular players absent only three rinks of the local green were occupied ou Saturday after noon lasr for another series of games of the pennant fixtures of the Geraldton Howling Club. Tlio green was in fair condition, but a gusty wind rather upset calculations on many occasions during the course of th'e. games. On this occasion 'Gold.'* representing the east ern portion of the town, won on all rinks to finish with a margin of forty points, and this victory has reduced the lead of 'Itlue' to four points, which is the equivalent of two matches. The followins were the teams and scores : — G. B. V. M«;rri-. E. Zureher, T. Askew ' aud. S. Wilton (capt.) -. 21) I?. Bishop. S.' Fonsr, F. Ben netts and J. Currif (capt.) 17 A. Logan, S. Mills. E. Gee and J. Butler (capt.) ? 29 E. Marchant. W. McCHntock, F. Kenuan and .1. North over (capt.) ? 21 J. Walters, K. McDonald. H. Kershaw and B. Wilkinson' (capt.) ? 30 E. Chris...

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Charities Consultation Results of To-day's Draw PRINCIPAL PRIZE-WINNERS Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Charities Consultation Results of To-day's Draw PRINCIPAL PHIZE-WINNERS Perth. This Afternoon. ~ T-he first prize of £3,000 in the con sultation of the Lotteries Commission drawn to-day was won by Ticket No. (53,72(», which was taken out in the name of Ross Davidson. The other main prize-winners were as follows: — Second Prize (£500), Ticket No. 03,951, ?New Frock.'' Mrs. E. T. White, 101 Tenth Avenue, Inglewood; third prize, (£250), Ticket No. 71,803, care 'Glevis' Company; fourth prize (£100), Ticket No. 73,1)43, J. N. Lehman, Uuley Road, North Unley (South Australia).

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Canadian Communists Government Takes Action PAPER OFFICE CLOSED Montreal, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Canadian Communists Government Takes Action PAPER OFFICE CLOSED Montreal. Februarv 17. Under orders of the Premier (Mr. Maurice Duplessis) the Quebec Pro vincial Police invoked the 1937 Padlock Law to-day. They closed the office of the French language Leftist weekly 'Le Combat' and the adjoining offices of the French section of the Labor Progressive Party. The Padlock Law authorises the closing for one yeiir of premises suspected of being used for Communist activities. ' The editor of 'Le Combat'' (Mr. Pierre Gelinas) said that the weekly was strictly a Labor Party publication and was not connected with the Com munist Party.

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Palestine Difficulties Mr. Truman Urges Restraint ARABS' FIRM STAND Washington, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Palestine Difficulties — ♦ Mr. Truman Urges Restraint ARABS' FIRM STAND Washington, February 1G. President Truman has appealed per I sonally and directly to 'certain inter ested Governments'' for 'restraint in dealing with the Palestine situation.' Confirming this to-day the White House did not elaborate its announce ment, which was prompted by reports that Mr. Truman had appealed directly to the Kings t-f Saudi Arabia and Iraq to use their influence to prevent the spread of violence. The Secretary-General of the Arab League (Abdul Rahman r Azzam Pasha) after a meeting of the League's Politi cal Committee said that regular Arab armies would resist the partitioning of Palestine if an international force enforced it. ,, Four hundred uniformed Arabs yes terday attacked three Jewish settle ments in the- Keisau area near the Trausjordan frontier.

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Peace Offers to Nazis Soviet Counter-Charges MORE "REVELATIONS" Moscow, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Peace Offers to Nazis Soviet Counter-Charges MORE 'REVELATIONS' M- scow, Februarv 17.' Allegations that liritain and America tried to arrange separate peace treaties with the Nazis in 11)41 and 1043 are made by tin* Soviet Information Bureau. The charg:'? are made it) the fourth and last instalment of a reply t!- the United States publication of captured Nazi documents dealing with German-Soviet j relations from ll»3f) to 1941. | The Soviet's first charge is ''that i Hritain tried to negotiate a separate rvui-e in li*41.'' The statement said that L-rd Ueaverbrook's son .(Mr. Max Aitken) in talks at Lisbon in Septem ber, 11)41, with Hungary's- Gusrav von Koever proposed tha discussion of a separate peace during the ensuing win ter or spring. Von Koever had the authority of the German Foreign Minis tor. Question.-^! by the British United Press tr:-day Mr. Max Aitken said that the Soviet suggestions were ''laugh- able.' He was in England during Sep tember. 1941. i The second charge is ...

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SUNRISE AND SUNSET FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

SUNRISE AND SUNSET ? ? ? ? FIGURES FOR FEBRUARY Day Rise Set Day Uise Set 1 n.r.i 7.20 ; ir, -;.:{ 7.m 2 r,.r»2 7.19 ! i-; --,.:{ t.u 3 r..r.:j 7.18 '. 17 r,.4 7.s 4 n..'i4 7.17 i IS -».r. 7.7 i» .'i.'m 7.17 ; u» «;.«; 7.-; «; .~i.r»t; 7. Hi ' Co «??.-? 7.-'i 7 r..-'.7 7.10 21 -'-.7 7.4 s n.r.s t.i.'i 22 r..^ 7.:; ;» r...-i-» 7.14 ! 2:^ r,.u 7.2 l»t .'?..'.«) 7.14 ' 24 iV.i 7.1 11 -li.O 7.13 ' 2-1 --.1-- 7-i 12 -;.i 7.12 2-; r,.n -;..'.D i:i -;.2 7.11 i 27 -'..ii c,..is 1+ «;.2 7.10 ? 2^ C12 «'...-.7 I 2U fi.12 (5..17

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

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Yugoslavs' Activities Anti-British Propaganda MIGRANTS APPROACHED Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Yugoslavs' Activities p Anti-British Propaganda MIGRANTS APPROACHED ? Perth, This Afternoon. Anti-British propaganda is being spread by some local Yugoslavs auiouj; Yugoslav migr;-;its at Swanbourue migration camp. This is alleged by 222 Yugoslavs who have been brought to Australia from Germany and tire now at the camn. The Slavs arrived by the United States transport General Stew art last Thursday. At Fremautle as they stepped off their ship they were told by local Yugo slavs that 'they would be sorry they had ever come to Australia.' It is alleged that twenty-four hours later, when they had settled in at Swanbourne, a group of five or six local Yugoslavs spoke to them in the camp. They told the migrants that they had come here 'to work for the imperialistic capitalists'— and that these same 'imperialistic capitalists intended draining them of every ounce of sweat.' When the migrants refused to listen to them the Yugoslavs are alleged to have called them traitors to Yugoslavia. ? ....

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Rush-Period Smash Bus and Tram Collide FOUR PERSONS INJURED Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Rush-Period Smash ♦ ? Bus and Tram Collide - , ' _____ . FOUR PERSONS INJURED Perth, This Afternoon. Four went to hospital to-day when a packed tram crashed into a full bus in South Perth during the morning peak period rush. The bus, which was not moving when hit, was pushed its own length along Canning Highway by the impact. Passengers had lucky escapes. A por tion of the rear of the bus was ripped away by the tram. The St. John Ambu lance driver, who went to the scene, was cut off three times by Causeway* traffic. The injured were: — Jack Hansen (24), of Carrington Street, East Fre* mantle, lacerated lip; Colin Sherlock (16), of Fothergill Street, Freraantle, torn lip; Evelyn Hewitt (30), of Can ning Highway, South Perth, abrasions to the head. ? With the exception of Irene Kolias, who was in the tram, the injured were passengers in the bus. Two side windows of the tram were broken. The smash occurred about 8.20 a.m. near the junction of Canning Highway and Berwick Street. The bus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

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