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Adelaide Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 3, 1944, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia new Cabinet in Bulgaria Hitler puppet As Premier Aap and our special representative London june 1. Berlin radio says that a new Cabi net has been formed in Bulgaria. With Ivan Bagranoff As prime minister. He was minister of Agri culture in a former government. Reuter states that Bagranoff is one of the most pro Axis of bul Garia s politicians. He visited hit Ler and Mussolini in 1941, and re signed from the ministry of Agri culture soon afterwards when Cabinet rejected his proposals for the Reform of the National Economy on fascist lines. The new bulgarian Cabinet headed by Barianos is another Hitler puppet government. The German overseas Agency describes it As a Cabinet of the Only previous minister retained is the War minister Gen. Russeff. The formation of the new Cabi net definitely challenges the soviet whose ultimatum demanding the Severance of the German and Bui i Garian Alliance led to the downfall of the Bojiloff government. J Russia in recent weeks has re \ heatedly warned Bulgaria of the danger of becoming Hitler s tool. The Berne correspondent of the daily Telegraph says that the Regency committee has accepted Hitler s ultimatum that the Ger mans should take Over the Leader ship of the bulgarian army. The capitulation is said to have been made to avoid the occupation of the country on lines similar to those in Hungary. Gen. Sonito Lori and Gen. Lukas who Are sym pathetic to Russia have been Dis missed and Are believed to have been gabled. The Ankara correspondent of the daily Telegraph says that the purging of bulgarian army officers and indifferent elements has already begun. Twenty one High officers have fled to Turkey. Unrest in the army accounts for the appointment of Gen. Trifunoff As chief of staff. His ruthlessness and cruelty will be remembered for generations in Serbia where he commanded the bulgarian army or occupation. His crimes included wholesale massacres in serbian villages. Clearing land for Soldier settlement suggestion for use of pow labor the Adelaide Branch Secretary of the australian workers Union or. C. R. Cameron has written to the minister for labor or. Hollo Way suggesting that prisoners of War instead of being allowed to be used As cheap labor in jobs covered by a Union award should be placed on work Clearing land in preparation for Soldier settlement after the War. In the letter to the minister. Or. Cameron said that the employment of prisoners of War on Dairy farms in the South East was causing considerable resentment. Land owners who had sons away fighting naturally refused to employ Pri Soner of War labor and they re rented the fact that neighbors without the same interest in the War. Were permitted to obtain labor at �1 a week while they were pay ing australians the full award rates. Workers feared the effects of the encouragement Given to employ cheap labor and employees at cheese and butter factories in the South East were talking of Refus ing to handle the products from farms employing pow labor. Or. Cameron added we con Sider that there Are plenty of men in the army who could be released to Tarry on this work. If. However it is found that sufficient releases Are not available the landowners employing pow labor should be compelled to pay to the govern ment the difference Between the award rate and the agreed pow rate. This would present one Dairy Fanner from obtaining an unfair advantage Over or. Cameron claimed that there were plenty of opportunities for the government usefully to employ pow labor. Far instance hundreds of thousands of acres of Rood South East land could be acquired and cleared in readiness for Soldier settlement. By special arrangement the world services of Benter s. In addition to other i special sources Al information Are used in the compilation of the overseas news published in this Issue. Wild Woodbine a famous of English Brand of Fine Virginia tobacco is your fight your Money is needed now. Buy War saving certificates and 5/ National savings Stamps. Is Amer twins in Sweden. The Stockholm correspondent of the times states that siamese twin girl were born at Nasso. South Sweden on May 19. They Are reported to be doing Well. The fusion seems to be superficial and both babies react individually. When one is sleeping the other May be awake. An operation to separate them is contemplated. Aap. I on Parade of 1944 i Iii Mellis Napier and lady Napier Iryll j Parade of 1344" at the Tivoli theatre to i night. There has been heavy booking or the opening performance and also a keen de Mand for tickets for the remainder of the season which will end next Satur Day. New scenes have been designed by the producer test every Inch of ground that re Mains to him in dutch new Guinea has been so firm that after nearly. A week s fighting on Biak Island the japanese Are still strongly in. Trenched in defensive positions around Lokmer aerodrome and along ridges covering the Allied line of Advance. American reinforce ments have arrived at the Beach head at Bosanek. After bitter fighting last monday when the japanese using tanks and artillery attempted a series of counter attacks there has been a Lull in ground fighting with Only intermittent mortar and sniper fire. Despite bad weather on wednes Day Mitchells and Bostons co operated with ground forces in strafing and bombing enemy de-1 Fence positions. On tuesday night two enemy planes raided the Allied j lines but did no damage i i i in the Wake Sari area clashes with enemy raiding parties Are i continuing and a further 75 Cas i Lual ties have brought the total to i 1.453. Another Landing has been made Iby the americans at Bougainville a on the Northern shores of Empress ? i Augusta Bay. And air patrols and fighter bombers Are maintaining constant harassing raids on defence \ positions and barges. Gunboats destroyed seven barges in Empress Augusta Bay. The australians on the Northern coast of new Guinea have advanced to Gnu. 60 Miles North West of i Padang. And have still not caught up with the retreating japanese. The allies Are now 40 Miles South East of Hansa Bay. Former important enemy staging Point along the coastal route Between weak and Padang. Communique Page i i conference on War housing South australians Progress Best of All the War housing programme was now under Way in All the states but South Australia s pro Gress was Best of All said the director of War housing or. A. W. Welc who with the con troller of planning or. W. O. Mccutcheon arrived in Adelaide yesterday from Melbourne. The object of the visit was to Confer with the state and Commonwealth housing authorities in Adelaide on keeping up the Tempo of bunding operations to schedule. He said. In the afternoon a conference was held with the Deputy director general of manpower represented by or. Seaman the Conser Vator of forests or. G. J. Rod frer. The Deputy director of War organisation of Industry or. J. W. Wainwright representative of the material Supply Industry or. Hattersley. And the general manager of the a housing Trust or. A. Symon sat which Bous ing problems generally were Dis cussed. Or. Welch said after the con Ference that the Progress in South Australia s quota of 100 houses for the first Quarter was proceeding satisfactorily. There was no Rea son Why the 120 houses in the second Quarter should not proceed according to schedule. It was indicated at the conference that it was the Commonwealth govern ment s desire that the housing scheme should proceed to the extent made possible by available manpower and materials. Or. Welch will leave for Whyalla today and will leave for Perth on monday. No australian edition of Chicago Tribune Melbourne june 2. I the publication in Australia of an edition of the Chicago Tri Bune for distribution to troops will not be permitted. The minister for Trade and customs senator Keane stated today that an application had been made by col. Mccormick s representative in Australia for permission but that he senator Keane had refused an authorisation without which pub-1 location was not possible. Col. Mccormick is the owner of the Tribune and other news papers which have an anti British Bias. Concern Over France talks with Gen. De Gaulle delayed . And our special representative. London june 1. More and More people in Britain Are asking what is causing the de Lay in Gen. De Gaulle s arrival states the diplomatic correspondent of the the differ ence of a week or a fortnight would matter Little in Ordinary times but. I now that the invasion hour is approaching the need for a solid agreement on the civil administration of prance becomes daily More urgent and Gen. De Gaulle and his fellow commissioners who Are leaders of the Only worthy military Lor political authority known to i exist on behalf of France Are ithe Only frenchmen with whom Jan agreement can be concern is increasing be cause the delay is believed to have been caused by political hesitations in London and Washington. Bri stain it is commonly said is in i willing to recognise the commit -1 tee s full authority in France with out a move from Washington adds ithe correspondent. I. Judged from american reports. I president Roosevelt is reluctant to concede any further decree of re cognition to Gen. De Gaulle. Bri Tain May have to negotiate an i agreement on French civil affairs land so give a Lead towards Over coming what seems to be the ame rican administration s negative attitude. Mysterious influence referring to America s non participation in the forthcoming 1 Anglo French talks the daily mail in a leading article states we seem again to be confronted with the same mysterious influences which tried to deny Gen. De Gaulle s claim to Complete leadership. Our whole cause now is at stake and we Are justified i asking for the full co operation of j the us state department Especio i ally in the matter of French recon j nation. France is our closest neighbor and we shall need her after the War As much As she will need us. I would be tragic if our relationship were embittered by a British and i american refusal to Deal fairly with ? her loading of ship to be resumed Crew still refuses to go to sea the loading of a shipment of flour into the tied up greek ship at a South australian port will be re sued today after having been held up since tuesday night. Members of the Crew have agreed to provide steam to operate the winches but according to a Union spokesman they Are deter mined not to take the ship to sea under the command of the present master capt. George Tripolitis. The decision to provide steam was made by the men after representatives of the Waterside workers federation and the sea men s Union had pointed out to them that it was the wartime policy of australian unions to do every thing possible to assist the War Effort. The men intimated that if loading requirements necessitated it they would be prepared to shift the ship from wharf to wharf within the pert. Waterfront unions which have taken up the Crew s Case Are now awaiting further advice from the Federal attorney general or. Evau regarding efforts being made to Settle the dispute on the ship. I coldest night of year heavy frosts throughout state heavy frosts were experienced throughout the state on thursday night when Adelaide had its cold est night of the year. The divisional meteorologist or. Brom Ley yesterday said that it was the first Frost registered at the Adelaide Observatory this year. The Glass dropped to 40 degrees at 520 ajn., while the lowest temperature on the grass was 29.3 de Grees. These Low temperatures followed minimum readings of 44 degrees on monday and tuesday nights and 42 degrees on wednes Day night. Or. Bromley said that frosts were general throughout the state on thursday night. Mount bar Ker Clare and Strathalbyn Recor ded minimum temperatures of 29 degrees and Stirling West 30 de Grees. At Yong Ala the temperature on the grass was 14 degrees but or. Bromley said that lower readings had been recorded at the Northern town. J electric Supply Cut when lorries collide As the result of a collision be tween two motor trucks at the Junction of South Road and delo rain Road Edward town at 1.30 pm. Yesterday electric Power was Cut off from Many Homes for about three hours. One of the trucks loaded with 61 tons of Wood driven by Crawford Ken Nedy of port Road Hindmarsh was travelling North along South Road and the other truck owned by the engineering and water sup ply department was turning out of Deloraine Road. Kennedy s vehicle after the collision swung off and struck a reinforced con Crete electric Light pole which fell on the lorry. Both vehicles were much damaged. Kennedy received a punctured blood artery and a severe Gash on the Back and was taken to or. J. W. Clayton s surgery for Atten Tion. Kennedy later went Home. Constable e. Mclntosh. Of de Ward town is preparing a report. Penicillin available cheaply in Australia Canberra june 2. Australian made penicillin is being made available to australian civilians at a Price which is pro Bably lower than in any other country in the world. The director general of health or. J. H. L. Cumpston announced today that the Price had been fixed on the basis of �1 15/ for 100.000 units. This Price was definitely lower than the civilian Price in either Britain or America. The other two great Allied producing countries and. So far As was known to the health department no other country provided penicillin As cheaply As Australia. Cut in . War output problem of new jobs for workers . Add our special representative new York june 1. Senator Murray addressing a mass meeting of Brewster Aero nautical workers today disclosed that a Cut Back in production was production impending throughout the aviation j Industry. He called for immediate con i. Gressional action to forestall the abrupt cancellation of contracts in aircraft and other War industries ? similar to the Brewster Termina Tion which he described As a test tube Case of conversion from War y to peace production As Well As a u warning that War contracts could i not be terminated without Ade quate planning. The prompt reactions by presi Dent Roosevelt and other a mini a traction Heads to the unique stay in strike by Brewster aeronautical employees when the Nav suddenly i terminated a plane contract mid Cates tie seriousness wit which i workers precedence is regarded. Efforts Are being made to pro vide contracts for the Brewster corporation to enable the Plant to be kept going but meanwhile the administration s preparedness to Cope with a sudden transition from wartime Industry to peacetime conditions is under fire. Members of Congress Point out that it is several months since or. Bernard Baruch submitted a comprehensive report dealing with this problem yet Little Progress has been made in creating the requisite machinery. The open Cut of the Leigh Creek Cool Field. The Bulldozer is digging out the Coal ready to be lifted by the drag line excavator for loading direct on to motor trucks. It is then taken to the bin of the Telford railway siding whence it gravitates into the railway trucks. The overburden has been used to make a Bank to prevent possible flooding. Unused trucks May be sold disposal of surplus Federal stocks Canberra june 2. Some trucks in army stores it is stated authoritatively have been there since shortly after the out break of the War with Japan and have not been used. The vehicles were actually unsuitable for military purposes but were taken Over for use in an Emer gency such As an invasion. These vehicles will probably be among the items of surplus Commonwealth stocks estimated to be Worth �300,000,000, which will be sold by the Commonwealth disposals com Mission when it begins operations. Some heavily used vehicles May be sold for scrap and spare parts. Barbed wire kept As a Protection in the event of an invasion will also go under the Hammer. A commission of five members is to be appointed at once by the government to supervise the disposal of surplus War material. An order gazetted tonight provides for the creation of a disposals com Mission and gives it absolute Powers to act for the common wealth government in the disposal of War material no longer required by Federal departments. Sales will begin As soon As the organisation functions because it is Felt that better prices will be obtained during the War than in the Post War period. News in Brief pig first meet ing of the recently appointed pig advisory committee will be held on wednesday. J talk on s. W. O Flaherty will give an address. Socialism for Australia in the Awu Hall. Flinders Street at 8 pan. Tomorrow. I synthetic sugar. California University scientists have solved a 50-year-old chemistry Riddle and. Have synthesised Ordinary sugar. ". Artificial production of sugar on a commercial scale is unlikely for Many years but the knowledge gained in the experiments May in dictate ways of increasing the sugar yield of beets and sugar Cane. I australian pictures. Striking photographs of the australian War front and Home front will shortly be seen in the heart of the West end of London where valuable hoarding space has been Given without Cost to the newly established australian news and information Bureau by the owners of blitzed properties in Piccadilly and recent Street. World monetary conference. I the australian government would i accept tie invitation of president s Roosevelt to attend a monetary 1 conference to be held in the United states the acting prime minister a or. Forde announced in Canberra i last night. I work ror discharged soldiers. I an Assurance that every possible icare was taken to see that Dis i charged memb3rs o the forces f were adequately re established in 1 i civil life was Given today by the Vej minister Tor repatriation i Frost. Discharged members who jihad satisfactory records of service 5 would be paid adequate allowances1 if they needed them Between the Lime of discharge and entry into film Star. Australia will r soon see a film of the private life of the Duke and Duchess of. I Gloucester and Prince William. Who is a natural Star. He wanted to know All about the projector 1 and his unrehearsed commentary. Throughout greatly amused Queen a Mary who recently viewed a Pri vate showing of the film. A censorship ? ship authorities and represent ? Tives of the various services will Confer in Canberra next week to i i revise and consolidate All censor ship instructions in the Light of the. New censorship code recently promulgated by the Commonwealth ? government. Sugar Export sugar committee has determined the following rates of rebate which will be payable on Tii sugar con tents of goods exported to new zealand during june fruit pro ducts 9/ a ton other goods �2 13/ ? a ton. Memorial for spitfire designer. The sum of �60.000 was raised for a �250,000 memorial to the late or. Reginald Mitchell designer of the spitfire within a few hours of the launching of a fund in Lon Don on thursday. The memorial is to take the form of a Mitchell youth Centre at Stoke on Trent his Birthplace for which �150,000 has been earmarked and for 10 scholarships in aeronautics and engineering for which �100.000 is being . New engines for railways Long Range plan of Premier the Premier or. Playford an bounced yesterday that among the proposals which he submitted to the Federal government last week in connection with the develop j ment of the Leigh Creek Coal Field i i and the transport of the Coal to f j Consumers were financial As t distance encouragement of the t use of the Field by the common t wealth burning the Coal in All its i suitable installations priorities for men and materials and assistance in sending two South australian i engineers to America to investigate r steam drying of Coal to Purchase a i Plant and to obtain the latest in a formation on locomotive construe-1tion for firing Leigh Creek Coal. I the Premier said that with this Long Range plan he visualised a t big locomotive construction pro. T j gramme at Islington to replace All c engines on the North South line t because the latest tests with steam i dried Coal for use in locomotives. Were described As satisfactory and most encouraging. J Coal tippler in action s the parliamentary party and representatives of commercial and Industrial interests which visited i Leigh Creek this week at the in ? citation of the state ministry re turned to Adelaide yesterday even ing. All agreed that the trip had been Well organised and that they i were pleased to have had the Opportunity of visiting the Field and seeing for themselves the vast 3 amount of developmental work that had been carried out in a ? Short period. L on the Way Home the train was stopped opposite the Coal tippler recently erected a mile South of l i Terowie to expedite the Transfer of Coal from narrow gauge trucks into those on the Broad gauge line to be brought South from Terowie. The tippler was designed by the acting chief mechanical Engineer for railways or. F. H. Harrison and the parts were constructed at the Islington workshops. The mechanical device was seen lifting three trucks Laden with Coal the total weight being 36 tons and empty ing the contents into a huge bin from which the Coal dropped into the trucks on the Broad gauge line. It is operated by electricity Gene i rated by a 40 . Diesel engine and the operation of lifting the trucks emptying and returning them to the narrow gauge line occupied Only five minutes. Or. G. H. Elmer is in charge. I Federal minister s visit to Leigh Creek the Premier said last night that. No official information had been received when the acting minister for Supply soon As possible. When official l advice was received of the visit full arrangements would be made. Matron of Hawker Hospital Dies Quorn june 2. Sister Honora Shane. 34. Matron of the great Northern War me Morial Hospital at Hawker died last night. She had been promo i gently concerned in Rescue operations at the scene of the train smash and was highly praised by r members of the army. It is in a Side stood that a recommendation had Bane through from one of the i officers on the train that she should be Given some special mention for her work. Wheat agreement revision Likely Ottawa june 1.aap. Canadian press learns that re vision of the clause of the inter National wheat agreement of 1942 Between Australia. America i 1 Canada and the Argentine dealing with maximum and minimum t i prices is being considered and that ? Jan amendment May be announced ? soon. I manpower Appeal court reserves judgment Melbourne june 2. Judgment was reserved by the full High court today in the a peal by the Commonwealth against the decision of the new full court which de i cleared that regulation 15 of he National Security Regula a tons giving the manpower direct i orate Power to direct persons to private employment was invalid. Or. G. E. Berwick. Pc. On behalf of the respondents said that thei object of the regulation was to make provision for persons to place themselves at the disposal of the i Commonwealth for defence Pur a j poses. The regulation had no limit Las to age or capacity or even Resi Dence. It applied to persons the her they were already employed or not. It was so wide As to include i civil servants doing purely administrative functions. The chief Justice sir John Latham your criticism is that i the regulation May be Good if it is limited to persons Over a. Certain age. How can the court apply that or. Barwick the regulation was n substance a provision for the in to hailing of manpower into the defence channels of the common wealth. It was an Endeavor to control All employment in Short to redistribute labor throughout the Community. It was based on some theory that by readjusting labor you could make a More efficient Community and so in some Way Aid the War Effort. The regulation failed because it had no specific connection with defence. It aimed at some social Experiment to Ren Der the Community More efficient. That was not sufficiently connected with defence to leave the regulation within the defence Power of the Commonwealth. No one would complain of the marshalling of manpower for defence purposes but the control of All employment was another matter. To take control of All employment went beyond the defence Power of the common wealth. Power of regulation the regulation gave Power to the executive to declare protected undertakings for War purposes and the executive could then divert manpower into those industries ? added or. Barwick. That was in tirely different from the present scheme. It was not Correct to say that if the regulation was declared invalid it would destroy the Power of the executive to control Man Power for defence purposes. Power to the executive to control Man Power for defence purposes might even cover the filling of vacancies in employment. Or. Justice Starke you say that the regulation cannot go ? beyond what is essential for de Fence purposes. What do you say. Is the limit for defence purposes or. Barwick it cannot regulate labor that has nothing to do with defence. It is Plain that regulation 1115 deals with labor which has not specific connection with defence. For that reason the regulation is invalid and the Appeal should fail. In reply or. Fullagar. . For the Commonwealth said that the question of age or capacity in the regulation was one which very 1 properly should be left to the Dis -1 creation of the executive. The Thole basis of the regulations was Short -1 age of manpower for High Priori ties and therefore it gave Power Ito reorganise labor in the Community to fill those gaps caused by ? the taking of labor for high1 1 priority. He therefore submitted 1 that the Appeal should be allowed. Red shield War services Appeal serving a aah s at a far Distant Sta Tion. Capt. Olga Forster. Recently of Quorn but now a salvation army welfare officer writes the girls Are delighted that i have arrived. At the flying off i cer s request i spent the first week end at the Hostel where they now want me to take oversight. Besides sen ing at the station and the Hostel there is another place to visit several Miles away and you car therefore imagine i am Lully donations to help this work and also All sections of the Ever widening sphere of red shield services at Home and abroad May be sent to Brig. C. J. Brimblecombe. 87 Pirie Street or to the previously acknowledged 139.189 17 6 w. A. Sneyd. �50 Luc Indale War efforts committee. Z39 7.6 Victor Harbor Cro i i Quet club. �10 eap Unda voluntary gov i ing scheme. E6 1 ? welfare committee i j Baa. Port Pine. �6 Angas Plains i women s auxiliary. �4 Addinga Cwa. �4 i Rose. �4 or. Bradbrook. Kadina. �3 t 16/b Greenock Branch. Freelin Patrio l tic committee �3 mis g. Thompson. I sons office girls sewing Circle. Z2 2gawler bowline club. �2 2 miss i 10/ " the Banon corporation i Pat. Fund cd 1 of ears mesh Raaf. J Ren Mark Tell sister Greenslade. Ren i. Mart. �1 \ \ Pinzani Livinie aerie. Bureau. A. Harel. North Adelaide Home league. Mis. Fry. San. Woodville Irra surer i 1 Kyneton d Stancl pal. Society each Al i Flor station Mart. Glenelg. 12. Or Smith. Victor Harbor. If mits cosier.10, mrs. Proctor. 5 8 total c30.340 7 4 new building regulations permits needed for repairs Melbourne june 2. So that the maximum supplies of materials and tradesmen will be available for its plans to increase the erection of permanent Homes. The government has issued new regulations in relation to building said the minister for War organisation of Industry renovations and repairs painting. Decorative work the installation of j fixtures sewerage connections Pav ing Concrete construction such As swimming pools drives and work carried out on private roads Bridges Garden Walls and fences. The new regulations also Simpri to prevent individuals from defeating the purpose of the �23 exemption by repetition. Owners of residential premises might now. Without a permit spend �25 annually on painting colouring whitewashing and papering and �25 a year on other work on their premises and grounds. Expend a Ture on any such work in excess of i �25 in either Case was subject to permission of the Deputy director of Woi in each state. J fencing drainage end irrigation works for agricultural purposes would not require a permit. I the regulations would not apply to the Northern territory outside i the Darwin and Alice Springs areas. Certain relaxations notwithstanding the wider scope of the regulations the need to secure a permit had been relaxed in certain directions. Primary producers would be allowed now to expend without a permit up to �25 a year for each Structure on their properties provided the total expenditure by each owner did not exceed �100 in the year. An an Nual sum of �100 might also be spent on business buildings and educational and religious establishments without a permit. Or. Dedman said that the new regulations were designed to assist the government in relieving the acute accommodation shortage. To achieve this purpose the govern ment had to eliminate All unnecessary building operations so that whatever resources could be spared from War tasks and essential Civi Lian services could be utilised in the j building of additional Homes. Per-1 mits would still be issued for Essen tial maintenance work and for new structures As bad been the Case my the past. Public relations officer in Russia appointment of Canberra journalist Canberra june 2. Appointment of or. J. A. Alexander who for More than 15 years has been Federal political correspondent for the Melbourne Herald in Canberra As Public relations officer to the australian minister to the soviet Union or. J. J. Maloney was announced by the Minster for external affairs or. Evatt tonight. Or. Evatt said that or. Alex Ander would leave to take up his appointment almost immediately i he added that in response to Many requests from scientific bodies in. Australia it was hoped shortly to strengthen the staff of the aus i Ralian legation at Moscow by the appointment of a scientific Liaison officer. Or. Evatt said that besides being an Able and experienced Jour a palist or. Alexander possessed a Good knowledge of the russian language. Winegrowers gabled for overcharging Sydney june 2. A winegrowers was today fined a total of �350. Sentenced to three months imprisonment with Bard labor and ordered to refund �392 13/9, representing excess prices charged to Holte keepers for wine. The penalties were imposed in the special Federal court by or. I Atkinson. So. Notice of Appeal ? has been lodged. I the winegrowers is Vittoria de Bertoli of Bulbul. Near Yenda. De. Bertoli faced five charges of hav ing. Between november 25. 1942. And january 2. 1944, sold wine at i excess prices and one charge of having failed to keep proper books i and accounts. On the last he was fined �100 and sentenced to gaol and on each of the others fined �5o. Baking Trade employers to meet next week the master Bakers association and the a cafe and confectioners association will meet Early next week to consider the decision of the chairman of the state Pickering abolishing of Nav night Bak ? Fec lion is association jul meet on tues j Tisy afternoon and the meeting of Llop by is As Oci Arion will prob Sylv be held on the same Day or on wed nos Day. The baking trades Union will meet on june 21 to discus the new dete Muia special Issue of butter expectant mothers to get extra 2 of. Canberra june 2. A special additional ration of butter of 2 of. A week will be made available to All expectant mothers registered with the rationing com Mission when de 25 . Cut in the general civilian butter ration Ope rates from nest monday. This Concession was arranged to Day by the acting prime minister geared to have adopted a scheme of food restriction without an adequate Survey As to the needs of the Public which was entitled to know the names of those responsible for advising the government on health matters the president of the victorian division of the Bra or. I. Roseby said today. Fat in butter Cream and ice Cream were essential to both the health and morale of the popu lation and unless this was provided in adequate quantities there would be an Alan inc effect on the health of the nation impaired efficiency among workers an serious outbursts against the govern-1 ment or. Roseby continued so far As be knew apart from the one enquiry some years ago in connection with the Basic wage there had been no proper Survey of the minimum nutritional requirements of the people. It was quite useless to compare the ration in Britain with that in Australia because for years British people had been accustomed to supple ment butter supplies with Marga Rine oils and other sources of fat not used in this country. Butter position in Britain Melbourne june 2. When asked to comment on the statement made today that Britain could usually import butter from the United states and Canada out Side the season of flush Milt production in Australia or. Rani re Amery Leader of tiie United King Dom food Mission to Australia and new zealand said that throughout the War Britain had not imported any butter from the United states which now reserved practically the whole of the exportable surplus of butter for Russia. So far As Canada is he added the Canadian govern ment has just announced a temporary Cut in the Canadian butter ration from 8 of. To 6 of. To accumulate a Winter Reserve. Prom this it seems that there can be no exportable surplus of butter irom Canada at present. In an Endeavor to maintain the civilian ration Britain has already had considerably to reduce the sup ply of butter to her own forces. This position has Arisen owing to the heavy decline in exports of butter from both Australia and new zealand below pre War this decline As is Well known is Idue in part to the necessity fori feeding the forces based upon australian and new zealand but unfortunately the munition workers coalmines shipwrights and so on in Britain cannot be fed upon explanations. They require their 2 of. Of butter actually on their Brown i bread together with their i Jib. Of meat and 2 of. Of cheese to enable them to maintain the pro induction needed to reinforce the terrific struggles ahead of the coun try during 1944." five mines Idle Over butter request for exemption from Cut Sydney june 2. Refusal to work As a protest against the new Cut in the butter rationing caused stoppages at five of the ten Northern mines Idle to Day. The other five were Idle for other reasons. The stoppages involved 4200 men. The Central executive of the miners federation today sent a. Letter to the acting prime minis Ter ill. Horde requesting the government urgently to recon-1 Sider reducing butter rationing Toi mine workers from 8 of. To 6 of. It was stated that there were no canteens in mines similar to those which existed in Many factories where employees could obtain Cut lunches and other foods for lunch nor were miners Able to have their lunches at shops or to obtain Cut lunches from shops such As City workers were Able to do. The letter expressed the View that the present Cut should not apply to any mine worker or any other Industrial employee placed in a similar position. Or. James up who is Liaison officer Between the Federal government and the Coal Industry said that the strikers were hold ing a gun at the government s problems of rationing All not Well with system from our special correspondent Canberra june 2. Developments of the last week Are building up a conviction in Many Well informed quarters in Canberra that All is not Well with the rationing system which has slowly developed Over the past two years. That the clothing rationing cys tem has not provided that Auto Matic and even handed distribution of available goods which m promised when the plan was first introduced seems to be suggested by the fact that a Federal ends ii into a supplementary rationing sys tem introduced by traders by Way of a daily sates quota Bas become necessary. An emergency Cut of 2s pm. In the butter ration Bas sharply focused attention upon complaints against the incidence it food rationing which of try they i from such responsible and presumably disinterested authorities As the National health Council and the British medical association Are causing a Good Deal of uneasiness in ministerial circles. Whatever charges May be made against the government for faults in the handling of manpower re sources it would be unfair and even ridiculous to blame the Bitinis iry for the necessity for cutting the butter ration. This step has been made necessary by serious bus fires in. Victoria and abnormal drought conditions in most other butter producing areas. Commitments to Britain have contributed practically nothing to the decision because Australia provides Little butter for Britain in the Winter months and her place As a supplier is taken by North America. Possibly additional Man Power released to the Dairy Industry earlier May have produced a Little More butter but it certainly could have done Little More than taper off the severity of the production slump which Mimi conditions have created. Milk and eggs but while the butter cat which incidentally is Likely to last longer than the tentative two month period fixed could probably not have been averted no satisfactory answers have been Given by the government to associated com plaints against food rationing. Six months ago the National health Council proposed official control at milk and eggs to ensure that Nurs King mothers and shone Al obtain reasonable supplies of these foods to supplement the limits meat butter and sugar rations. Urging practical difficulties the government stalled off a decision on milk rationing until a col lapse of supplies made Naif hearted and Semi official attempts at control inevitable. There was no effective to Ria action on milk rationing in areas of Short Supply until after Many dairymen bad taken matters into their own bands and applied an unofficial ration based on personal knowledge of plies. In Many areas tiny i Tod i rial and perhaps illegal to tvs saved the government from the worst effects of its procrastination. To Date there has been no Effort to meet the situation caused by the shortage of eggs. The com plete state of chaos in the distribution of eggs Bas been driven Home to Many Consumers by the recent disclosure that White Many Fame Mioc have considered them selves Lucky to obtain three or four eggs a week employees of the egg Board were limited to a ration of two dozen eggs a week. Dotting bitterness " there Are signs Attiat to Stag methods of handling the clothing Suppis situation Are a Bujny some bitterness even within the Fede ral Cabinet. This was revealed ibis week when a senior minister in a position to be accurately in formed declared quite frankly that the Supply department bad failed to insist on the maintenance of Quality standards in Sta Odani clothing materials. This minister Wim it Traat a recent inspection of a Sydney factory it had been found every loom in operation was producing shoddy material Well be Low the official standards. Australia has accepted big contracts to Supply cloth for civilian cloth ing to new zealand. According to experts who have seen this material it is immeasurably Mif in Quality to any released for borne use. And the same experts main Tain that All efforts to induce the authorities to release portion of this Export cloth for Home con sumption or to duplicate it for australian Wear have been unsuccessful. There Are Many indications that the Supply of other types of cloth ing has broken Down under the final Rush to make use of Tex pred ration coupons. Sales limitations such As Are now being investigated in Sydney Are no new feature in Sydney shops and they have been applied to an extent elsewhere but. So far As official information goes nowhere else As drastically As in Sydney. It is Clear that the Supply department has failed to adjust Civi Lian supplies of certain types of clothing to conform to the ration allowed and to this extent the rationing system Bas failed. Third week of Ballet Borovansky to present Giselle the Borovansky Ballet will begin its third week of the Adelaide season at a matinee today when de St. George s and Theophile Gautier s picturesque and emotional Ballet. will be introduced. This will be followed by a most cosmopolitan selection of dances including the Blue Bird from auroras Spanish dance a Gay Little tango in which miss Stevenson is featured with m. Busloff. And finally a series of russian dances in which Borovan Fey leads a team of delightful Homo Riste. Giselle will satisfy those who demand the development of Ballet technique in the old european tradition and Delight others who Welcome the revival of the Vic Torian Ballet. This Ballet is one of the Only celebrated victorian bal less which has survived by continuous tradition in repertoire of. Famous companies. There Are two act. Giselle is a peasant Maitlen played by miss Martin and the Story develops from the time she loves Albrecht. Who is not the Humble fellow she imagines Bat the betrothed of the Princess. The suicide of the demented peasant girl concludes the first act. The second a dips deep into the mythology of slavonic tradition where the Willis sprites woo Are the spirits of Young women who die on the eve of marriage and Are Ima to find rest in tombs gather together to admit a new victim Giselle. Her lovers supplication for Pardon with the Beau fully conceived choreography develop a powerful finale to the act

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