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

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Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Lost in North-West AVRO-ANSON OVERDUE Ex-R.A.A.F. Men's Venture FLYING DOCTOR'S SEARCH Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Lost in North- West   AVRO-ANSON OVERDUE Ex-R.A.A.F. Men's Venture FLYING DOCTOR'S SEARCH Perth. This Afternoon. An Auson plane carrying two Perth men on their holidays to Singapore has been missing in the Port Hedland area since yesterday afternoon. Aboard the plane are former Flight-Lieutenants Ralph Bower of Edward Street, Ned- lands, and D.F.C. winner Leslie Den-   ton, of Eric Street, Cottesloe . They were overdue at Port Hedland at 5.30 p.m. yesterday. The alarm was raised when the plane was still over-   due as darkness approached. The last report of its position came to-day from Strelley Siding, twenty   miles south-east of Port Hedland. The plane was seen there at 5 p.m. yester-   day flying north, slightly to the right of   the normal track and on schedule. The National Radio Station broadcast an appeal last night to pedal radio oper- ators to report any sightings of the machine. The flying docto...

Publication Title: Geraldton Guardian
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Greek independence Ever-Increasing Pressure MR. TRUMAN'S WARNING Washington, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Greek Independence   Ever-Increasing Pressure   MR. TRUMAN'S WARNING:   Washington. February 16.   President Truman to-day warned   Congress that guerrilla war was sap-   ping Greece's economic strength. He   said that he would request more funds   for military assistance to Greece and   Turkey, but he did not specify the   amount.   Mr. Truman reported that of the   £92,450,000, which the United States in   1947 voted for Greece, £53,929,170     had been spent by Greece on military   activities. He declared that Greece had been subjected to "ever increasing pressure by a Communist minority which is sub- servient to foreign influence from which it draws support." Nevertheless, he said, the situation was nor without encouragement, because Greece was still "a free Country."

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MISSING PLANE FOUND Forced Landing on Airstrip MACHINE UNDAMAGED Perth, Later. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

MISSING PLANE FOUND Forced Landing on Airstrip MACHINE UNDAMAGED Perth. Later. Missing since 5.30 p.m. yesterday the Anson plane, carrying two Perth men on their holiday to Singapore, has been found. The aircraft was located undamaged on the Pardoo airstrip, seventy miles north-west of Port Hed- land by the flying doctor plane which had been searching for it since 8.50 a.m. to-day.

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Beach Shed Arrests Four Persons Charged DRUNK ON FORESHORE [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Beach Shed Arrests     Four Person's Charged DRUNK ON FORESHORE In the Geraldton Police Court yester-   day before Messrs. E. H. Edmondson   and T. Askew, J's.P.. Thomas Rimmer (65)l invalid pensioner, James Currie   (56), electrician of Waldeck Street,   Geraldlon. John Carnochan (45), laborer, and Mary Julia Allen (54), domestic, of Eleanor Street, were   each charged with having, at Gerald- ton, on February 15th, been drunk on   the foreshore.   The prosecution was conducted by   Police-sergeant F. W. Reilly, and each   of the three men pleaded guilty to the   charge. There was no appearance of   Mary Julia Allen, and a bench war-   rant was issued for her appearance at   a subsequent sitting of the Court.   Sergeant Reilly said that in com-   pany with Police-co...

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Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Radio Theatre Talkies Current Attractions REVIEW OF PROGRAMMES "Magnificent Lady," the story of a world-famed lover who took a promin- ent part in the national life of America when its early history was being made, had its premiere at the Radio Theatre last night. In the leading roles Ginger Rogers and David Niven give outstand-   ing character studies. The main sup- porting feature was "Faces in the Fog,"       starring Jane Withers and Paul Kelly. The programme, which also includes several interesting short subjects will be screened again to-night and on Wed- nesday night. The attractions for Thursday night are as follows: — (1 ) — Newsreel. (2) — "One Exciting Week" (Al Pearce, Pinky Lee and Jerome Cowan). (3) — "Brenda Starr. Reporter" (Serial) (4) — Brevity.     (5) — "Waltz Time'"(Carol Raye, Peter Graves and Patricia Medina).   "Magnificent Lady" "Magnificent Lady," starring Ginger Roge...

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Britain's Finances Lottery Not Favored CHANCELLOR'S VIEWS London, February 17. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

Britain's Finances   Lottery Not Favored CHANCELLOR'S VIEWS London, February 17. ''Britain does not intend to endeavour to improve her bad economic position by means of an international lottery," said the Chancellor of the Exchequer   (Sir Stafford Cripps) last night. "There is no prospect whatever of the Govern- ment adopting the proposal to institute a lottery." Sir Stafford was replying to a ques- tion as to whether the suggested lot- tery would be worth while. "Prospects of gain to the Exchequer are very dubious," Sir Stafford said. "They are certainly not sufficient to outweigh a possible disturbance of pub-   lie opinion and international relations."

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

Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Miscellaneous — All adver- tisements under this heading are charged at 7d. per line with mini- mum of 2/-. Wedding Reports and Lists of presents, 3/- per in. Funeral Reports and Lists of Wreaths, 3/- per in. Advertising Rates Five Ordinary words to Line Birth Notices — Minimum (5 lines), 3/6. Deaths, Marriages. Fun eral and Memoriam Notices — Minimum (5 lines) 3/6. Leader Page or other Paragraphs under read- ing matter. 7d. per line

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 17 February 1948

LOCAL AND GENERAL —————— —r_ ? ^ Yellow Sr-akes. — On Sunday last two yellow snakes, each measuring about ( 3 feet in length, were killed near wash houses at the rear of adjoining iiats in | the police barracks in Lester Avenue, i by I ol ice-constables E. R. Lee and J. ' T. Ashelford. ; Matinee Programme. — 'San Antonio,' a Westvrn picture which is different to its long list of predecessors, will be screened at the Radii* Theatre matinee on Saturday next. Starring Errol Flyuu it t-vills the story of that courage- ] ihj.- band of ranchers, who sacrificed all j they possessed, U- stem the tide of law lessness ;aid crime which threatened the settlement and development of tiiis area of America. Short subjects will include Australian Review, Cartoon, SportJight, Picture Parade and another episode of the serial, 'Breuda Starr — Reporter.' Recreation Ground Charges. — The town clerk (Mr. R. W. Carter) report ed to the last meeting of the works ccininittee of the Geraldton Municipal Counci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Printed and published hv Alfred E. i Auderson. of 132 EleaVjr Street. Oer- ? aldton. for the unuifnetor.e, Geraldton ! XewspapcrsiR^iujlfff, at the 'Guar- | dian' DiwWiiA^ 12-'» Marine Terrace. ] (;*»raldton\^estorn Australia. '

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Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales FEWER CATTLE YARDED [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Fat Stock Markets Midland Junction Sales FEWER CATTLE YARDED Prices were very linn on last week's best rates at the cattle sale at Midland Junction on Tuesday. The yarding of 303 beasts was much smaller and com prised principally medium to weighty good quality bullocks and several pens of good quality weighty cows, steers and heifers. Quotations — Good weighty ] luilhvks, £11) to £20 (odd beasts to I £23/10/-).; good medium weight, £17 to £1S/1O/-: medium. U~- to £l-i; good .steers, i'in/10/- to £1U/IO/- (odd pens higher) ; good lightweight, £12 to £13/10/-: good weighty cows, £15 to £!-» --»dd heavy beasts, to £1S) : good mediumweight, £12 to £13/l-t/-; good lightweight, £11 to £12: medium condi tioned, £7 to £!); plain and rough, lower. Choice lightweight steer and heifer iteef, -30/- per 1001b.; choice handy weight, ~*l/(\ per 1001b.: jr-«»d mediuin weight bullock, H4/-i per. ftKHh. : good heavyweight, r-0/- per 10011k : good cow, 47/G per 1001b. ; plain and rough, lower.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

TYRES TYRES TYRES ALWAYS OBTAINABLE FROM Geraldton Tyre Service THE ONLY TYRE SPECIALISTS TRACTOR TYRES NOW IN STOCK , \ 13.50 x 32, 13.50 x 28, 12.75 x 24, 13.50 x 24, 1 1.25 j. ! x 24, 7.50 x 16, 7.50x18 ! TRUCK TYRES NOW IN STOCK i 1 1.00 x 20, 10.50 x 20, 10.50 x J8, 9.00 x 16, 32 x 7, ! : 7.50x18 and 34x5 \. ALSO ALL SIZES IN TUBES |. CAR TYRES AND TUBES ! All Sizes and Sections — 1 5-inch to 24-inch ! RECAPS! RETREADS! REPAIRS! City Prices and Quick Service Satisfaction Assured i Geraldton Tyre Service! ?Tel 310— CATHEDRAL AVENUE, GERALDTON— Tel 310 \ PLANNING for PROGRESS Australia is a great country with wonderful possibilities. For its further development mucli money will be required ana an expert banking service. .Both money ana know ledgeable, service are provided by the Commonwealth Bank. It is owned by the people and- is constituted to serve the best interests of Australia. The manager of pur nearest Branch will be glad to discuss your financial problem. Plan ?your prog...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

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DRAW FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

DRAW FOR SATURDAY The following draw has been made made for the* annual tournament of the (ieraldton Tennis Club which will be .?oiitinued on Saturday next: — l.:i-t p.m.— G. Lake (minus S| ver sus I*. -V-oper (minus U. unlinished. 2 p.m.— f». liowe vnsiis J. Tindal. II. :;uscoir versn.s K. Glass. Mis.s June ^tirlin^ versus Mrs. r'dinonds. I-. !-anks and .1. Gale versus W. Smith j md I*, llowieson. 3 p.m.- Hiss I.rady and Mrs. Kend ??ick versus .Misses (.'iauson and Hooper, 'I. .Meckleber^ and Mrs. Meckiebei'fr (sit.) versus Ii. Iirown and Mrs. Stad- i ?Ion (minus ?_:). Mrs. !'»axt-r (minus 1'J) i .'ersus Miss Herbert (minus 41. 4 p.m. — \V. Kendrick and ... Gale i minus 1(1 1 versus I -. Hanks and K. Minchin (ttiitms LM». II. -:usco(t (minus 'J4 - versus winner of G. Lake (minus -i) -and I'. C(»oper (minus 4). I'. Grey - minus 'J-H versus \V. Smith (minus ('?). .'? p.m. — Mrs. Kendrick and Miss .lime Stirling (minus IS) versus Mesdauies ?fenlvin and I'arrett (minus 1S-. M^isses 'la...

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V.R.C. Autumn Meeting Newmarket and Cup FIRST ACCEPTORS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

V.R.C. Autumn Meeting Newmarket and Cup FIRST ACCEPTORS Following are the first acceptors for the chief events at the autumn meeting of the Victoria Racing Club: — NEWMARKET HANDICAP Six furlongs (Run on Saturday, February 2Sth) Attley ? 9 t- Audacity - - 7 0 Royal Gem -99 Crown Gem - 7 (i Hindu Pr. - - 9 7 Rhythm Qn. 7 4J Native Son - 9 5 Star of India 7 0 Money Moon 9 3 Westralian - 7 O Assam ? 9 1 Jalna - - - - 7 r» Chanak ? 8 13 Viceroy ? 7 4 Hellenist - - S 13 S. Fellowship 7 3 High Play - - 8 12 H. Prod'tion 7 2 Comedy Pr. - S 10 Hispano ? 7 1 Reperio ? S 10 Carnage ? G 13 Green 'rough -S9 Entice ? « 13 Allied Power 8 8 Pied Piper - 6 13 River Hero - S S Wonder Bird 0 13 Galway Pipe 8 7 Grecian Gold 6 12 Fine Fettle -SO Prince Curl - -5 12 Flemish ? S 0 Surma ? 0 12 Gay Queen - S 4 Rover's H. - 6 11 F. Freedoms 8 3 Tultarra ? 0 11 Penstol ? 8 2 Senator ? 0 10 Sea Monarch S 2 Trump? ? C, 10 Denhoti ? S 1 Gascony - * - « 0 Star Port --SO Olive Maid - 0 9 Law List - - 7 13 Ructio...

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Drunken Driving Station Manager Convicted A HEAVY PENALTY [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Drunken Dfiving Station Manager Convicted j A HEAVY PENALTY In the Geraldlou Police Court yes teiday before the resident magistrate (Mr. T. Ausell), Edward David Ridley, working manager, of Curbur Station, iiullewa, was tiued £40 and ordered to iKjy costs (~i/-)r when convicted on a charge of having, in Marine Terrace, on February 17th driven a motor wag gon on a road within the Munieipality ol Ger-uldtou whilst under the influence uZ liquor to such an extent as tg l-e tucapable of having proper control of the. vebie'e. Traflic Iusi«?ctor H. W. Tliumas luosecuted and Ridley pleaded guilty to the charge. Tratiic Inspector Thomas said that at about 2.50 p.m. on Tuesday last the defendant h:iO driven a nioter utility in a westerly direction along Marine Ter race and hral caused the vehicle to col lide with a street-tree in the vicinity «f tlu» Geraidton Maternity Hospital. The utility .ha£ continued on its course tc strike another tree aud mounted the j footpath, narrowly missing a ped...

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Fremantle Suicide PUNTER'S FUTILE LAMENT Pathetic Notes From Deceased CORONER'S VERDICT Perth, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Fremantle Suicide PUNTER'S FUTILE LAMENT Pathetic Notes From Deceased CORONER'S VERDICT Perth, This Afternoon. A railway llagujan, Michael Thomas Kvans -4.'»). was found wiih his head blown tiff the day after he lost £1'.)4 on the Hailway Stakes. One of two notes found by the police, believe*! to have been written by Kvans. read : 'Sorcery-rnkovich beat us. I have been a fool, but it i.- i«hi late now. I am finished'. Got nothing now.' The body was discovered at the rear «»f Evans' house in While Street, lrro in;nule. This was stated in the Kre mantle Courthouse yesterday when an inquest was held into K vans' death. Among exhibits, wen' thirteen bet ling tickets found in the dead man's clot lies. Constable Cowie said the second note found by the police read : — 'Kveryrhing in Ihe shaving case — i'^'To/3/-. I am going mad.' Xo money was found in the case and lie thought this note had been written sometime before the other message. The Actiug-Oorouer (Mr. J. K. Gus tafson) found that ...

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ABROLHOS TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

ABROLHOS TOURISTS The following passengers travelled to the Abrolhos Islands by the work boat 'Suda Bay*' yesterday: — Messrs. Gladden, E. Stewart, W. Pearce, C. Reeves, Baty, J. Goss, A. B. Smith, Rewell, J. G. Anderson, A. G. Ander son, K. J. Msirtin, F. Martin, Want, J. H. Trestrail, A. McRobbie, Chapman, Groves, P. Reed, J. Darling, B. Mayne. Mesdames Rewell, J. G. Anderson, A. G. Anderson, Want, A. McRobhie, Misses Holland, Wicksten and Master Want. v

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Goldfields Patient May Consult Mr. J. Braund WORKMATES' EFFORTS Kalgoorlie, This Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

Goldfields Patient May Consult Mr. j. Braund WORKMATES' EFFORTS Kalgoorlie, This Afternoon. A' GoJdlields man, believed to be a cancer sufferer, may go to Sydney to consult John tiraund. If he goes It will be because of the efforts of his workmates, who June been raising money to pay the expenses of his trip. The man is George Knezovich (about TiO vea rs ),- miner, of the Emu Goldmine. Agnew. who is now in tho St. John of God Hospital at Kalgoorlie undergoing . tests to diagnose Ms complaint. : At Agnew Kiiezovich's workmates approached the A.W.I'. secretary (Mr. W. IVgler) tu seek his assisiance in { raising funds. A dance was held last Saturday and £13/1% was raised. j

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RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS [Newspaper Article] — Geraldton Guardian — 19 February 1948

RECENT AIR TRAVELLERS The following passengers travelled to and from Geraldton by the air ser vice of the MacRobertsou-Miller Avia tion Company Limited yesterday : — Perth to Geraldton — Messrs. P. Read, McRobbie, Chapman, Groves. A. B. Smith, A. Anderson, P. Lindau, C. H. Crouch, C. R. Grant-Frost, L. Duncan, F. Batey, L. McCaulay, K. McCaulay, G. Johnston, Mesdames McRobbie, Dama, I. Humphreys and Masters A. A. Humphreys and E. G. Humphreys. Geraldton to Perth — Messrs. J. E. Weiss, B. D. O'Shannessy, D. T. Jones, F. T. Wells, J. Field, P. Bird, T. Hutoh inson, B. Gorton, R. .Sykes, T. W. Leake, F. G. Stewart, K. Puskuschen, Grogan, Stokes, D. Skinner, Mesdames E. B. Weiss, Haines, E. Puskuschen, Misses D. Hutchinson and Gray and Master Ct. Weiss. I

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