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Adelaide Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia of Elvalon Browm calf 3-6j 21/3 Post 7-10j 23/3 free i 24/6 Barlow Ltd. Was Fps polling quiet in w. Germany people vote in Fine weather unification main Issue australian associated press Bonn. September 6. Rolling began today in the West German elections in a quiet and orderly atmosphere and in Fine weather which should ensure a heavy vote. About 85 . Of the 33m. West germans who Are entitled to vote Are expected to go to the 7u,000 polling Booths to elect a government for the second time since the Federal Republic was set up four years ago. The West germans can choose Between 14 parties but the real contest lies Between the Christian democrats led by 77-year-old or. Adenauer and the social democrats under Herr Erich Mollenhauer. Counting will Hejin immediately the polling stations close and by Dawn tomorrow or. Adenauer will know whether the West germans have re elected his coalition government or chosen the social democrats. The first voters today were night workers return ing from their jobs and Early Chuifo goers. The head of the West German Republic president Theodor Heuss voted Early in a modest cafe in Bonn s Koblenzer Strasse. The bulk of the electors however Are not expected to co to the polling stations before noon. Safest Way the unification of Ger Nany is one of the main is Eues of the election. The Christian democrats claim that close association with the Western Powers is the safest Way to gain unification. The social democrats on the other hand declare that this would be an obstacle because any ties with the West would make it hard to get the russians to concede free All German elections. The Christian democrats want a limited welfare state the social democrats want a welfare state based on British socialist lines with limited nationalisation. The russians have called called on the West Gerr Man voters to support or. Adenauer s enemies West German police on the East West Border where 8,000 communist election saboteurs were arrested during the week As they tried to Cross into West Germany had a quiet time Early today except for Iso lated incidents. Twelve More people try ing to Cross the Border were arrested. Support for the German Seich party s 150 candidates will be a guide to the extent if the revival of the Neo Fazi extremism in West Germany. The party was greatly weakened when its main spokesman or. Werner Naumann once named As successor to Goebbels was declared a major nazi and banned from taking part in the election. Half the parties taking part in the election have put themselves up As National parties apart from the present coalition Trio of Christian democrats free democrats and the German party there Are the social democrats he All German refugee bloc Bethe neutralise All German people s party and the communist party. The voters will have two votes. The first will be a direct vote to elect candidates for the 242 seats in the bundestag lower House. The second will be to fill a further 242 seats in the bundestag by the party proportional representation sys pm. In the last bundestag which had 402 seats the Christian democrats held 139 seats. And the social democrats 131. Red warning Moscow radio told West Germany on Friday that once the Bonn and Paris agreements came into Force officially creating the West German state and bringing it into the european de Fence Community it would be impossible to revive the Unity of Germany. Splendid jumping Fine handling of her gelding Bravura by miss w. Schneider resulted in this vigorous clean jump during the show ring events on saturday afternoon. Handling gelding resulted this vigorous Sho saturday sheep ready for judging today the stud sheep Pavilion was the Centre of activity at the Bayville showground yesterday. Truckloads of sheep arrived at the show grounds throughout the Day and experts were Busy with shears bar Bering their charges for judging today. After the Bustle and Din of saturday night and a re Cord evening attendance of 46,568, yesterday morning s quiet was in marked con Trast. The show Secretary or. H. J. Ennis was Busy doing the rounds not that i m expecting anything much to happen today i just feel i should be on deck to see that it does t or in Case it does be said. Increase or. Finnis said More than 222,000 people about a Quarter of the state s popu lation had been to the show in its first three Days a highly satisfactory increase of 59.252 on the correspond ing period last year. The 1953 Royal show was the Best Ever the presi Dent of the Royal agricultural and horticultural society sir Keith Angas said on saturday. A total of 134.031 people attended the show on saturday the highest number for a Day and night since 1948. Seventy four children were cared for by the women police during the Day and 50 people were treated at the showground ambulance room for minor injuries and collapse. Officials estimated that 27,000 people watched the grand Parade of More than 600 cattle and 250 horses. The governor general sir William slim and lady slim arrived just be fore the grand Parade and stayed until 4.30 . With the governor sir Robert George and lady George they were shown Over the a fruit growers and Market gardeners association display of fruit and vegetables by sir Keith Angas. Today is ladies Day and the usual ladies Day recep Tion will be Given by sir Keith and lady Angas at 3.30 pin. Show details. Page 1. Man stabbed in Brawl Melbourne sept. 6. A taxi Driver broke up a Brawl in Carlton Early today and rushed a Man with a Stab wound in the Chest to Hospital. The taxi Driver. Edward Stewart of Collingwood was driving along Lygon Street at 1 . When he saw two men grappling on the Footpath. He stopped his car. Dis armed a Man allegedly hold ing a table knife and took the other Man to St. Vin cent s Hospital. The victim. Guliano Pucci. 26, of Carlton. Was treated for a Stab wound in the Chest. Pucci told police that he was walking along Lygon Street when a Man stopped him and asked for a Cigar Ette. He refused and the Man pulled out a knife and allegedly attacked him. Japanese leave Manus Island lae. Sent. I. The japanese passenger ship Hakuyu Maru 3.207 tons arrived at Manu Island on july 29 to collect the remaining 167 japanese War criminals for Transfer i to japanese prisons. Tho Papua and new Guinea pre-1 silent of the Rel or. G. K. Whittaker said yesterday. A delightful blend. Hall s tonic water with spirits. Advt attendance total 222,526 saturday day87,463 night46,568. Total for Day 134,031. Total to Date 222,526. Total to third Day last year 163,274. Youth and Spring Sunshine full of happiness and Youthful Energy these cousins Brian and Christine Glazbrook romped on the lawns of the botanic Garden in the glorious Spring Sunshine yesterday afternoon. R t Ull happiness Energy these cousins of Tanir yesterday t ship holed by submerged Rock Brisbane. Sept. 6. With water pouring into her holds at the rate of four inches an hour the 1,000-ton coastal freighter Caledon berthed at Brisbane today. The Caledon struck a sub merged Rock about 9 . Yesterday about a mile off Lennox head four Miles North of Richmond River head in Northern . Girl Dies from injuries broken Hill. Sent. 6. Joan Lamb 19, of Rowe Street broken Hill died in Hospital about two hours after admission. She sustained head injuries when the motor Cycle on which she was Riding Pillion crashed into a car. The rider Keeran Griff 19, of Williams Street is in a serious condition with head and leg injuries. Spear Fisher drowned in surf Sydney. Sept. 6. A woman watched helplessly As her husband a Spear Fisher Man was drowned in the surf at hardboard North of Manly yesterday he was Mervyn Caulfield 25, of North Sydney. Caulfield was with two companions Spear fishing off the rocks 20 Yards from the Shore when he devel oped cramp. He called out for help. Eric Pegran 25, also of North Sydney who was a few Yards away went to his assistance and started to help him towards the Shore. They had Only travelled a few Yards when a huge wave smashed Down on them and Caulfield was torn from Pegran s grasp. He disappeared almost immediately. Pegran was stunned by the Impact of the wave and was being carried out to sea when members of the fresh water surf club arrived in a surf boat and on skis and rescued him. Later another Man wearing goggles found Caulfield s body wedged in rocks 30 feet Down. Mrs. Caulfield had to be related by ambulance men for Shock later. Fisherman Falls drowned Brisbane sept. 6. James George Morris a 40-year-old Fisherman of gravely was drowned last Feht while fishing from a wrecked Hulk at combo Yuro Point Moreton Island 30 Miles North East of Bris Bane. Morris was fishing with Thomas Barlow 37. Of wind Sor. Barlow told police that Morris slipped and fell in As he cast his line out. Barlow grabbed Morris by his Collar but when he lost hold jumped in. Morris took hold of bar Low s legs while Barlow held on to the Stern of the wreck but his grip loosened and Morris disappeared. Tito puts yugoslav Trieste plan australian associated press Belgrade september 6. Trieste should be an International free City with the Trieste hinterland incorporated into Yugoslavia the presi Dent of Yugoslavia marshal Tito declared today. Marshal Tito was addressing a giant rally of his wartime partisans at of Kroglick five Miles from the yugoslav italian Border. The yugoslav people wanted a peaceful settlement of the Trieste problem to pre vent Trieste becoming a hot bed of aggression said mar Shal Tito. Marshal Tito denied an italian accusation that Yugoslavia planned to Annex zone b of the Trieste free territory. This is unnecessary As Yugoslavia is already in zone a he said. Italy had always had imperialist designs towards Yugoslavia said marshal Tito. His message to the italian government was the yugoslav Peoples wish to have the last morsel of their National territory and you must Bear this in Mina if you want peace Yugoslavia knew very Well that the current Ita Lian measures were Only a circus show ? we propose that Italy cease her military demonstrations and withdraw her divisions from the Frontier so that we might be Able to Start talks again at a round table conference he added. Yugoslavia yesterday sent her fifth note in \ week to Italy protesting against Ita Lian provocations in the Trieste area. Rejection Rome september 0. Marshal Tito s proposal to internationalise the port and City of Trieste and absorb the hinterland into Yugoslavia was promptly rejected in italian political circles to Day. One commentator declared Trieste City is overwhelmingly italian and so is most of the hinterland in the Anglo american zone of Trieste All leave has been stopped for 8,000 Bri Tish and american troops. The British led police Force patrolled the City to Day in anticipation of local reaction to marshal Tito s speech. Washington septem Ber 6. The italian charge d affaires Signor Mario Lucilli said yesterday thai the us Secretary of state or. Dulles had assured him the us had not reversed its policy favouring the return of Trieste to Italy. The advertiser trophy to Deane Jim Deane South Ade Laide Captain coach has won the advertiser football trophy from Len Fitzgerald Sturt Captain coach. The trophy was awarded on Points which the advertiser football writers allocated at each match during the season. Details Page 10. Mew Earth tremors in Greece at Wens. Sent i severe Earth tremors yesterday caused masses of Earth from the Banks to slide into the Corinth canal which links the Gulf of Corinth with the Gulf of Reguia giving Access to the Aegean sea. An italian Steamer pass ing through the canal at the time of the Earth Falls was undamaged but on land at least seven people were injured and Many houses damaged by the tremors. Earlier a Strong tremor Shook a Gostoli the ruined chief town of the devastated ionian Island of cephalonia where hundreds were killed by an earthquake last month. Aap. Natives charged with murder Alice Springs. Set. 6. Two bearded aborigines Charlie and Captain were charged yesterday with the murder of another aborigine belly at the Arey Onga native affairs settlement on july 13, and remanded until thursday. Selly was found dead in bed with his neck broken. It was alleged that he had been killed because he had told women about secret rites. A woman who fled from tribal vengeance at Arey Onga after tribesmen found that she had been told secret rites has been located by the native affairs department officers and brought into Alice Springs. If she had been found Byi the natives first she would have been killed but old timers Here say her troubles Are far from Over. In 1918 a woman fled the area North. For the same Rea son but was killed in 1933. When she returned to the District j her Only Chance of life is to move altogether from her family and the places in which she has lived All her life. Joy rider escapes after Accident a Man who took a car be longing to or. W. D. Lill of Torrens Road Cheltenham from the circus near port Road after 2.30 . On sat urday was involved in a collision with another car but escaped by boarding a City bound trolley bus. It is believed the Man was returning the car when he was in collision with a car driven by Albert George Vagott of trimmer Parade Findon near Hindmarsh Bridge at 4 . Vagott received a slight Cut on the Cheek and both cars were damaged. Constable h. E. Smith of Theberton made enquiries. Early statement on rocket tests Melbourne. Sent. I. The British minister for Supply or. Duncan Sandys said on his arrival Here today that he would have something to say about the Woomera rocket tests before he left Australia. He will leave for Canberra tomorrow afternoon after inspecting the common wealth aircraft Corpora Tion s works and the government aircraft factory at Fisherman s Bend. Raaf test Pilot fit lit. Bill Scott will put the australian supersonic Sabre Jet through a special demonstration flight for or. Sandys. To report being drafted Melbourne. Sent i the report of the Tele vision Royal commission was being drafted and would be presented to parliament soon the commission s chairman professor g. W. Paton said today. Killed while testing motor Cycle Alfred Philip Cadd 27, fitter and Turner of Angas Street City was killed when his motor Cycle struck a tree at Speed on the Chunga Meadows Road near Chunga yester Day. Cadd and a Friend. Donald John Smith 21, Laboratory assistant of Tutic Avenue. Kingswood had gone to the area where there is a straight. Stretch of Road to test their machines. They. Were both members of a motor Cycle club and had intended taking part in a Speed meeting at port Wakefield next month. The two men were rid ing together and had just turned a Corner after a straight stretch of Road when Cadd s machine developed a Speed wobble. Smith passed Cadd and glancing Back Over i. Shoulder saw Cadd strike his head on a tree. Cadd s machine Somer salted a 4 it. 6 in. Fence and skipped across a pad Dock touching the ground about every ten Yards. It finally cleared a 5 it. High log and ended in a mud Patch. Or. S. C. Downing of my. Barker was called but found Cadd had been killed in stantly. Constable c. Brebner of Chunga is preparing a re port for the local Coroner or. R. . Russia announces Call up Moscow sept. 6. Soviet newspapers today published for the first time for several years an announcement of the Call up and discharge of National servicemen. They published an order by the soviet defence minis Ter marshal Bulgarin calling up 19-year-Olds for military service and releasing and transferring to re serve conscripts who have completed two year terms of service. Aap. Bushfire around Sydney Sydney. Set. 6. Bush scrub and grass fires ringed Sydney today when More than 100 outbreaks occurred during a warm Day. The biggest outbreaks were at Manly Cro Nulla and Nic Point. Flames at Hobroyd Point were 50 it. High at times and at one stage jumped the Hobroyd Point Scenic drive. Owner sees Steward Over race rumours rumours and allegations that a horse of his would be dead in a race at Cheltenham caused an owner to approach the chairman of stewards or. F. A. Everest and a Sac committeeman last Friday. The owner is or. W. G. Haymes whose horse pit Tong won the Divett Handi Cap at Cheltenham on sat urday. Pitting started at 33/1 after or. Haymes had backed it at longer prices. Or. Haymes first spoke to the committeeman and said that he was perturbed at talk that pitting would be prevented from winning the Divett Handicap. As this was a serious mat Ter the committeeman referred or. Haymes to the chairman of stewards. Or. Haymes a City Busi Ness Man who races several horses then sought a Pri vate interview with or. Everest and repeated that rumours about pitting be ing dead at Cheltenham had annoyed and perturbed him As he intended Back ing the horse on the strength of a fast Gallop during the week. Or. Haymes did not make an official complaint but asked or. Everest s advice. In his capacity As chairman of stipendiary stewards or. Everest advised or. Haymes that he could go to Cheltenham and Back pitting with Complete Confidence As the horse would win if it were Good enough. No jockey Riding in the Divett Handicap would have anything to gain by getting your horse beaten and i have Complete Faith in d. Maclean s pitting s rider ability and honesty said or. Everest. You can rest assured that pitting will be Given every Chance to win if it has the necessary ability or. Haymes again spoke to or. Everest after pit Tong narrowly Defeated Venarta in the Divett Handicap at Cheltenham. He said that the persist ency of the rumours had caused him to make the approach in the first place but he now realised that they were malicious and groundless and that he had Complete Confidence in Rac ing control. Tracery. Watch repairs. F. W. Clarke. 23b Adelaide Arcade Advt secret new British planes disclosed All Black bomber to be seen at air show australian associated press and our special representative London september 6. On the eve of Britain s 1953 air display which will open at Farnborough tomorrow the existence of three secret aircraft has been disclosed by the manufacturers. Chief of these is an All Black bomber a new version of the swept Wing four engined Long Range Vickers valiant Jet bomber which has Only just made its first flight. Although the valiant has been taken off the secret list details of its performance Are still secret. It was in the air for be tween 10 and 15 minutes on Friday night. The new valiant its official designation is the valiant b Mark ii. Is de scribed As a very versa tile aircraft capable of carrying a great weight of bombs for a very Long time. It is powered by four Rolls Royce Avon engines is longer than the Mark i., and has a new Type of bogey under Carriage. Seamen another plane taken off the secret list yesterday is the anti submarine seamen As i. Designed for very Small ships it can operate from a merchant ship or an Oil Tan Ker equipped with a special platform. Many Small ships could accommodate several sea mews for protective work in convoys. It is Only 41 it. Long and has a wingspan of 55 it. It carries anti submarine weapons and search and strike radar. Built by Short Brothers and Harland this plane will also be on View at Farn Borough. In addition Short Brothers and Harland have disclosed the exis tence of a new experimental aircraft the Sherpa named after one of the Everest conquerors the Sherpa tensing. The plane is intended As the forerunner of aircraft for High Altitude flying. Workhorse a Large Metal Model of a new British aircraft which May replace the dc3 As the Workhorse of Australia s Shorter air routes will be on View at the air display. Known As the hpr3, it has been designed by Handley Page after a careful study of airline requirements in All continents. Handley Page claims that the four engined aircraft will be a cheap Price profit maker. Capable of carrying from 36 to 44 passengers or three tons of freight it is designed to take off from a 1,000-Yard grass Airstrip for a 1,500-mile hop. However at the display the accent will be on Speed and Power with the Raf showing off its three v bombers. They Are ? the swept Wing Vickers valiant dark horse of the forthcoming London no air race. ? the Delta Wing Avro Vulcan. ? the Crescent Wing hand Ley Page Victor. The Victor will be making its first appearance at the display As will also the Vulcan. The Vulcan a massive flying Triangle the world s first four Jet Delta bomber had its first flight last week. Sir Roy Dobson head of the Avro aircraft co., said later that six deltas would Fly for the Public at Farn Borough. Never before Lia e six deltas flown together he added. The fighters which will have top ranking at the display Are the latest ver Sions of the Hawker Hunter the super Marine Swift and the All weather Delta Wing Gloster javelin. A supersonic dehavilland dh110 fighter fitted with two Rolls Royce jets of undisclosed Power and now under development for naval use will also take part in the Hying. New Comet the display will emphasise Britain s growing leadership in the Field of commercial aircraft. Three that will be featured Are the new Comet series ii making its Public flying de but the propeller Jet Bris Tol Britannia and the pro Pellor Jet Vickers Viscount. The Comet series ii with its Rolls Royce jets has a cruising Speed of 500 . With 44 passengers which is about 150 . More than the fastest Piston engined aircraft in regular service. The ? Britannia can cruise comfortable at 385 . With about 100 Pas sengers and Fly from Lon Don to new York non Stop. Boac has ordered 26 Britannia s. ? footnote. Exports by Bri s aircraft Industry for the first half of 1953 totalled e31m. Churchill to discuss canal base s future australian associated press London september 6. Sir Winston Churchill probably this week will review personally with Gen. Robertson the prospects of turning Britain s vast Suez canal base into a defensive International stronghold against communism. Reliable sources in London said this yesterday. Gen. Robertson chief Bri Tish negotiator in the canal dispute arrived in London from Cairo yesterday for official consultations. Britain has said she will accept Egypt s demand to withdraw troops from Egypt Only if the egyptian prime minister Gen. Naguib agrees to arrangements for maintaining the base instal lations effectively for its use by the Western allies in War. New York september 6. Or. Mustafa Amin one of the publishers of the egyptian newspaper. Akbar said when he arrived Here at the week end that if Bri Tain did not agree to with draw her troops from Egypt within three months there will be armed uprisings and a catastrophe egyptians will be fighting the British Arkana again in Tow port Lincoln. Septem Ber 6. The tug allegiance 2, cleared the Northern in trance of Boston Bay port Lincoln at 10.15 . Today on its Way to Hon Kong with the damaged freighter a Kaba. Dramatic Rescue of fishermen Sydney. Set. 6. Four Sydney families today gave prayers of thanks and quietly celebrated the return of four of their menfolk from the dead the four men fishermen who had sailed out of botany Bay South of Sydney on wednesday morning on a four hour fishing trip and Tiad then mysteriously Dis appeared in a Strong blow were rescued Well out to sea last night almost 90 hours later. Earlier yesterday the men had been officially Given up As lost by Allex cent their families who Clung to a slender Hope that they had been wrecked and had got ashore in some inaccessible spot. Their dramatic Rescue was made by the dutch freighter tji badak steaming from Sydney to Adelaide. Shortly before Midnight the tji badak was 13 Miles off Cape Banks the Northern head of botany Bay when it sighted the men Drifting helplessly in their boat. They were immediately taken aboard the fighter. Which a few minutes later radioed the news of their Rescue to Sydney. The rescued men lie Ernest Foster 60. And George smith., both of Tempe Roy Hartley. 25. And Frank Munsie. Both of mar Rockville. They Are All reported to be Well the tji badak is taking them on to Adelaide where she is due on tuesday. Their absence was re ported to police on wednes Day night and sea and air searches were carried out both on thursday and Fri Day. The Raaf withdrew from the search on Friday after noon. Korea Exchange of prisoners completed . Set. 6. The Exchange of prisoners of War came to an end at Panmunjom today with the return of 25 american fliers who had been accused by the communists of waging germ warfare in Korea. Since it began on August 5. The communists have re turned 12.753 Allied prisoners and the in command has handed Back 75,757 chinese and North koreans. More wharf men for Bowen Melbourne. Sent. 6. Additional 1 wharf labourers for the to Wen waterfront would be picked up in Bris Bane tomorrow the minister for labor or. Holt said to night. They would begin work on wednesday. A labor department spokesman tonight denied a Rumor that troops were to be kept in North Queens land. On other pages All radio programmes 20 amusements ads ? 14 cables in Brief ? 4 country news ? 6.9 crossword ? 8 finance ? 8 Index classified ads. 20 Law courts ? 4 postal advices ? 8 pictorial ? 5 racing ? 12.14 shipping and tides. 16 social notes ? 15 sporting. 6.7,9-11, 14.1b t o correspondents. 8 weather map ? 16 t. .1 great Spring Tours?./ f7 a ,. J1. 3-state tour see All the Beauty spots of 3 states As you travel along the Murray Valley Highway then one to Sydney. You journey via the coast to Melbourne and Home to Adelaide along the princes Highway. Duration 1 8 Days. To the Flinders ranges North of Adelaide you suddenly come to the ranges. They stretch to the horizon ablaze with Ever changing colors. You journey on turning South at Leigh Creek Coalfield and All too soon you Are Back in Adelaide after six Carefree color Ful Days. All inclusive Low fare �14/17/-. Book now Tours \ phone fall or writ Ansett travel service 154 North Terrace. La2075. After hours ux241j. Or any recognised travel Agency. A v v \ \ ii / there s real a Comfort in lib every sip of my Hearne s if police fire 11 shots in car Chase police fired 11 shots during a Chase after a car in the Woodville and port Adelaide districts. Last night. The car alleged to have been stolen in Victoria was seen at the Corner of Wood Ville and port roads Wood Ville by Constable r. Sexton who was on his Way Home soon after ten o clock. The occupants three Young men were enquiring about the Road to Perth. When Constable Sexton asked the Driver to accompany him to Woodville police station he was allegedly struck in the face. The car was driven off and Constable Sexton fired five shots As it disappeared to wards Findon Road. All radio patrol cars were alerted. Gars bogged Constable Sexton drove in his own car to port Adelaide police station to get a police car. He found the fugitive car again in Bower Street Ethel ton and gave Chase firing five shots As he drove. After leaving Bower Street the two cars crossed a cinder track leading to the Back Waters of the port River. Both became bogged and the Chase was continued on foot. The three men ran to wards the River and climbed on to a viaduct. Constable Sexton fired an other shot and simultaneously one of the men fell Between the sleepers of the viaduct into the water and broke a leg. Another Man surrendered but the third escaped and was caught later at Queens town. Three men were taken to port Adelaide police Sta Tion for questioning and later an injured Man was admitted to the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Medicine plan not to lapse Hobart sept. 6. The Public need have no fear that the Commonwealth government would allow its plan for provision of free life saving drugs and medicines for pensioners and War widows and repatriation benefits to lapse the acting Federal minister for health or. Townley said tonight. Already Friendly societies and Many chemists had indicated their Complete co operation. He was confident Wiser counsels in the chemists Guild would eventually prevail. Throughout the negotiations the government had expressed itself As ready and willing to review any of its proposals if the Guild would produce facts and figures to indicate where those proposals were unfair or unreasonable. For some unaccountable motive the Guild had steadfastly refused to do this. Bronson dry clean ing 48 Rundle St. Arcade. Advt i

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