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Charters Towers Northern Miner (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Charters Towers, Queensland
National Library of Australia chinese Advance in Burma London. Jane 1 the British United press representative in i Irth Banna states that the chinese have broken Iron a the Jap defences in Mala Karng v Olaje. 17 Miles North from Eim Iii and Ainard ? nearly Tiro Miles astride the me gang Valley read before the and Vance eras baited. The Jap Garr Soa has held oat for three weeks. Tie chinese Are now attacking Vaitai Nosavan 13 Miles North from Kamying. Other chinese columns Are making further against in morn Irum the North East and fran Hie South. A Strong Force of a trinese six finies soil ii of a smaling Ous tiie Jap main Road and River to Mog aim on May 27. Hie Jap mail Kina Garrison continues stubbornly to resist but the general consensus is that Oie whole town Nill Scon be in Allied hands. Entertainments Olympia hailed As one of the most thrilling and powerful War stories yet to Crane out of Hollywood Mem t Hermion in prance starring Joan Crawforth John Wayne and Philip Dom continues its season at the Champia to night. Hie stars presents miss Craw-1 Ford As a Parisienne of Hie Days immediately following the German occupation of the French capital Dom a Young Frenchman is her Sweet heart Rhom she rejects because of his seeming sympathy for and collaboration with Frances conquerors. Wayne is a Young american member of the bad an escaped prisoner of War seeking his Way Back to England and safety. Produced on a convincing seals with authentic scenes i the toil it from Paris by the Stream of frightened refugees reunion in France presents a powerful love Story filmed against the Dar fest hours of the present staid conflict. Supporting is lanky a legs Stait feg Jinx Falk Entong. The support Iii cast Russell Hayden Kay Harris. Lesi5rt3raoks and William ? Wright. Miss Falkenburg is the of off of tie Lucky legs of the title. Appearing As a choline whose the attention of a Broadway Playboy she suddenly inherits from him a Mil lion dollars and a lot of trouble. Lucky legs is in essence a mad end merry Romance of Manhattan after dark Wilt some of the year s gayest mirth and m a lady thrown is. Tor Good measure. Short subjects include a cartoon Little gravel voice and fews. Begent the screen s two outstanding favourites Cary Grant an Ginger Rog ers Are United for the first time in Leo Mccarey s once Pau a Honey Moon a powerful comedy it to played against the background of nazi controlled Europe. Miss Rogers is cast As an american dancer who Lias her Bumble origin under an English accent and a Maiti age to a German Baron while Grant plays a radio newscaster who helps her to escape from her matrimonial trap tar Hen he Recognises tier husband As a ruthless Hitler satellite. With the Gestapo and. The girl s husband at their heels they make a spectacular 3ash across fire h Tler occupied coun tries to safety erd h2ppiness in a Neutral land. One of the most unusual mystery tales to came to the screen is the undying showing in support. Based on Jse legends of the were Wolf a mythical monster who j changes from human into a Savage i Bloodthirsty beast the picture is hailed As a real chiller. Heather Angel plays Helga Hammond an Airisto cratic eng Lidi girl whose family his tory conceals the secret of the Mon Ster which terrifies the town. John Howard is cast As Oliver Helga s toothed and James Ellison appears As a Scotland Yard detective. Fox International news completes tie Jujj gramme. Royal matinee Toj the programme for the Roval matinee to ctr will be Isea ded Fay be i Nien in France with Luckjr ites in. Sunu Ort and the usual supporting attractions. I against Jap kits from shoestring to Success add Klaud. June 2. Admiral Hilly Saia the Japan in new. Guinea new ? Ireland Mew Britain and the Solomons can do pc Hirs u find a Rye in a tint to do. Ten v might Misc a. N Isice attack but that is All they can do. 1 hey Are doomed. The grave is mgr which new Deiiana and Australia faced two years ago in been absolutely eliminated. The Jap anese still have Power to make a Token attack but it would be costly for them. They Are so Low in ship both naval and merchant vessels that they cannot afford to do Admiral Halsey said Tocu Rabaul had been bombed Flat. Wellington. June 2. The offensive was now ahead of schedule end in its development Battle ships still Iliad a. Major part to play said Admiral Halsey today. Hiey were still valuable not Only for protecting carriers but also to Knock out the opposing fleets. They hid been Worth their weight in Gold in november 1942 in night Battles off Guadalcanal. The larger they were the better they were. The South Pacific Campaign he said demonstrated that the Jap build up of supermen was a myth. The japs Are nothing but rats and their difficulty in determining Whit they will do is thai they Are unable to think like a i Admiral Halsey declined to guess when the Jap Fleet was going to emerge repeating that he gave up looking into the ici3stal Ball two years ago. The Best Way i to beat the japs was to them and keeping on doing so. I Admiral Halsey said that the South Pacific War had begun on a shoestring like most wars. He had struggled through Lack of shipping and equipment and the forces were still Short of what could be used. A lot of the bloodshed earlier was a consequence of this Lack. I he disclaimed tile invention of the by pass which was first employed in the Veha Lavella operating saying it was utilised at attn such fully and yielded big results in starving aim demoralising i the japs. . Rural Man i Power Sydney. June 2 the director general of manpower i or. Wurth said on Mereday that i up to the present alter consultation j with the. Army and National is a Crity authorities 6281 prisoners of War had been placed on the directorate of manpower in Rural work. Of those already placed. 5159 were employed on Rural Wori without guards at 88 different controlled centres. Otic sri were located Eit Feer at a local Hostel or a government farm. A further 651 0 prisoners of get had been Allee Ted to various Cen Tes and were Madi available As required. Some of Thos awaiting placement had Al ready Barm employed in. Seasonal micral work. at Angara a Queensland. In All cases said or. War i the directorate a Aires strictly to the policy of not placing prisoners of War in any work where suitable austra Lian Lant Kir is available and in no circuit of arces can of War be used to displace existing australian labour. Or. Wurth said that All reports agreed that the prisoners of tra. Were giving Good Sirrice. There was in excellent demand for this Type of labour and placements were effected with ease always provided the conditions Are observed de Valera s win London june 1 or. De Valera is assured of a a ? i Jority Ever All other parties in the new Dail As a result of the Eire elections says the Exchange Telegraph com Pany. Preliminary of cures for remaining i sons and Date that tale final state of the poll will give the fianna fail de Vaccra s part 76 seats com cared with the combined opposition s 62, or a major a if 14 Como ired a Jill i � minority of Rye in fhe last Dail the notation of the parties it noon cams Fiadini fail 65, Fine Gael 24, labour 9, Farmers 9, in dependents 7. I completely j nullified i initial German successes land of Ione 1. The Inilisi German Success against the fiut Sian lines Norta of a say Hare Bun ratified and the Battlefield has become a slaughterhouse for the feg Getzin Orcea Euite &. A Oor it red army artillery billed great swathes in the German columns and in 48 hours the German lost 130 tack and several thousand men killed and wounded. The area nor a of Jossy is one of the most sensitive parts of be German irn. Because the russians have been massing oops there. The bup Moscow correspondent quo lug front line reports says the a Iii. Extended Large scale spoiling tactics t. The Vitebsk. Front. German tanks in an infantry regiment Izro three Days 1 North West of Vitebsk thrust towards a strategic tillage. The red army Trolie i the assault and held on to the flags. A Moscow communique says the russians North of Jassy repelled tans and infantry attacks and according to i incomplete data destroyed 18 tank and 15 planes. According to Complete data the russians on May so a a 31 North of Jassy disabled and destroyed 14j tanks and 197 planes. No change Are reported in other Seet crr. Fifty six Tanii and 100 planes were destroyed yesterday in the whale a Moscow supplementary present ration they were o3en Olig de to take sandwiches without butter in their crib tips so that the r Chil Dren could have their just port in. They claimed that miners men working at industries where Titer were no canteens suffered greater hardship than the Sver pc office worker because they had to provide sandwiches for ten meals a fort go men Olio worked hard they contended. Needed an extra allowance or at least co emotion from further reduction in the ration. Some speakers said that the Miner were allowed 23 to 25 Exra Cothin coupons because it special Circum stances. And -lr.2 Sam principle should apply to butter. Legs. 5 a Day Canberra. June since the War began the common wealth government has issued 300g regulations and orders to organise the Community an average of nearly Xiv a Day in crud no sundays record butter Low Brisbane. Jii 1. It was 3isc3 sed in Canberra the the fall in butter product in Irr North or new South Wales arid Quert land a Tureen april and Mey was rapid in australian Dairying Lirtz a this rapid fall in ars. Are the main sources of Supoly in. The months searing Winter is largely responsible for the Cut in the Cir Ian but str ration from eight to Lis be week per Penn. Choice local Dairy butter 1/8 la Small goods pressed Corn beef garlic sausage Windsor sausage Mutton hams pig s Cheek cheese l Ead tuft 3iaxain cd exc i d univ a Mynor grape fruit cordial 0 arse Cardial extract cordial crystals Lime Orange Lemon , pineapple note these i wire Staples Jin. Tin Lin. Eug straps 4sin., s2in.,.t2ia. Tea a Psoas Mease traps rat traps Glass cups Glass tar amers Gei. & Cisz. Herbert Foxlee Gill skeet Charters towers phone 85 . Box 15 produce bran Pollard wheat crushed Oats Lucerne chaff oaten Chatt crushed Corn whole Corn Hydro laying and. Growing Mash coarse Salt onions onions at c. H. Phillips. 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