Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia
12 Jan 1952

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12 Jan 1952

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - January 12, 1952, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia ? or. Rogers gained his master of science decree at a University in 1938, and the doctor of philosophy decree at London University in 1940. He has held positions at the Lon Don school of Hygiene and tropical Medicine and Cambridge University. Since 1946 or. Rogers has been in charge of the Section of parasite physiology and toxicology in the Mcmaster Laboratory of the Cairo in Sydney. He will take up his new appoint ment in March. Heavy moustached and pipe smoking or. W. P. Rogers is the new zoology professor of Adelaide University. I i l f motor cyclist Hurt in crossing smash Rex Dolman 37, of Sweeney Terrace Woodville West was seriously injured when his motor Cycle come into collision with a train at port Road Woodville level crossing this afternoon. Folman was admitted to Royal Adelaide Hospital with compound fractures of the leg and arms. He is in a serious condition. The police report says warning devices at the crossing were working when the Accident occurred. The crossing is known As Holden s level crossing. Travelling from Albert Park to Woodville the train had almost cleared the Road at the time of the Accident. Dolman s motor Cycle came into collision with the rear part of the train. Hills Accident Rubert Ozols. 42. Farmer of Bradbury sustained a fractured foot when his motor Cycle came into collision with a car on the Adelaide Road near mount lofty this afternoon. Stirling ambulance took Ozols to Royal Adelaide Hospital where he was admitted. Two injured Geoffrey Clarke 21 Den Tal student of West ter race. Kensington gardens sustained a fractured leg when his motor Cycle came into collision with a Cai at the Kensington Gar Dens Tram terminus late this afternoon. Or. John West 23. Of Ferguson Square Toorak who was Riding Pillion on Clarke s Cycle sustained lacerations to the leg both men were taken to Royal Adelaide Hospital. Clarke was admitted but West after treatment was allowed to go Home. Stepped off bus Norman Ninnes. 7. And his sister Janice. 6. Of princes Street. Portland were injured when Thev sted oed off a moving bus at Rosewater Early to night. The bus was just dulling into the kerb to Stod when the children stepped off. They were taken to the children s Hospital where Norman was admitted with head injuries. Janice was treated for a Frac tured Collarbone and Al Lowed to go Home. Fractured knee Maurice Ranger 34. Driver. Of Montrose Avenue Norwood suffered a fractured right knee when his motor Cycle out fit came into collision with a car late this afternoon. Ranger was taken to Royal Adelaide Hospital and admitted. The Accident occurred at the Confer of Corrara Avenue and James Street. Payne am South. Driver of the car was Roy George Brown builder of Reserve Parade. Pinion. New Cycle Walter Thomas Baum 16, of Torrens Avenue lock Leys was learning to ride a new motor Cycle in front of his Home this afternoon when his Cycle struck a tree. He was admitted to the Royal Adelaide Hospital suffering from head injuries. Premier s preview of Royal Progress on March 8 33,000 children to see Princess in City plans had been made for 33,000 schoolchildren to line the route when the Royal couple drove through the City s streets on saturday March 8, the Premier or. Play Ford said today. He was announcing fur ther details of the Royal Progress. Or. Playford said special transport would be provi ded for the children by the railways department and tramways Trust. It was the Royal couple s wish that the children should be Given every Chance to see them. There would also be provision for crippled and convalescent children and patients from the general repatriation Hospital Spring Bank. Said or. Playford. Huge crowd or. Playford said Ade Laide could expect the biggest crowd in its his tory on March 8. Lie big increase of cars on the Road since the 1934 visit by the Duke of Gloucester would mean More country visitors. The holding of Flower Day As part of the pageant combined with Morphett Ville races and the country Cricket match on Adelaide Oval would also swell the crowds. Careful planning would ensure that the maximum number of people would see the Royal couple. Disabled sex servicemen would have a special stand in King William Street. Strong Post of patriotic organisations had been arranged along the route. Or. Playford said Boer War veterans would have a reserved area by the South african War memo rial artillery Salute about 5,000 servicemen boy scouts girl guides and red Cross members would line the 3i-mile route. Nurses and patients of Royal Adelaide Hospital would watch the procession from an area in front of the Hospital. Before the Royal Progress began an artillery Salute of 21 guns would be fired at 10.20 . Their Royal High Nesses would be Given a Royal Salute at government House and inspect a guard of Honor. They would leave government House at 10.30 . For parliament House where an address of Wel come would be read by the president of the legislative Council sir Walter Duncan on behalf of the South australian Parlia ment. The Royal party would then go along North ter race to the National War memorial where Princess Elizabeth would Lay a Wreath. Space would be reserved for sex service organisations by the War memorial. The Royal party would then continue Down North Terrace into East Terrace along bundle Street and King William Street to Adelaide town Hall where an address would be presented by the lord mayor or. Rymill. Pinaley the Royal party would go along gouger Brown Morphett and Hindley streets to King William Street and Back to government House. March by bands or. Fla Ford said amplifiers along the route would enable everyone to hear what was happening during the whole of the ceremonies. Bands would also be stationed along the route. Before the Royal Progress began All the scots bands in South Australia would take part in a spectacular March through the streets. Detailed traffic arrange ments for the Day were now being worked out. The St. John ambulance brigade would provide ample ambulance services. Or. Playford said Che City would be fittingly Deco rated and illuminated by the lord mayor s Clit Zens committee. With the added attraction of Floral decorations the Day should be an unforgettable experience. 500 police the acting police com missioner supt. J. B. Walsh said today about 5.00 police would be on duty for the Royal tour in Ade Laide. This would be a re Cord number. About 100 country police would be brought to the City to help tour dresses slow to sell Sydney Sot Sydney shops preparing for Royal tour wardrobe extravagances have evening dresses galore priced from �60 to �200 and few takers. Fashion experts say this slowness to buy is because most Royal function invitations have not been issued. Only the wives of senior politicians High civic die notaries. And important Charity officials Are yet certain they will meet Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh. Other women the experts say. Are waiting until Thev have been asked. Full length from the few orders that have been placed by parliamentarians wives it seems Clear that among them at least dressing will not be extravagant in style. N the preference for full length evening dresses is Universal in spite of re ports that Princess Eliza Beth is favouring Shorter evening clothes. Dinner gowns rather than decollete styles also Are being favored. Biggest extravagances Are prices. Adart from the �200 evening dresses Garden party frocks and after noon cum cocktail Dart dresses Are going from �50 to �100. So this week a quiet. Like the hush before Battle Hung Over Syd Ney s extensive dress houses. Men reluctant an exclusive tailor said that like their womenfolk. Sydney men were not Rushing to buy special Royal tour clothes. A few months ago there was a mild spate of orders for morning suits at �60 a pop but since then tailors orders had been confined to everyday Sac suits. Most men. He thought would hire formal clothes if Thev needed them ? Road death in a Perth sat a woman was killed instantly and her husband injured when their car overturned on the Albany Highway about 52 Miles from Perth today. The woman. Mrs. Con stance Sarah riddler. About 63. Of Wagin. Is believed to have hit her head on the rear vision Mirror. The Driver. George riddler. 66. Flour Miller received head injuries. The couple were still upside Down in the car when a Motorist arrived. He got help from a tourist bus. The Accident is believed to have been caused by a Tyre blow out. 2 drink kerosene two Young children were rushed to Adelaide Chil Dren s Hospital today after drinking kerosene. The cases were separate but the children arrived at the Hospital within five minutes of each other round 12.30 . They were Kevin Keran. 18 months of St. Ber Nard s Road. Magill. And Ronald Morley. 21 months of Talley s Hill Road. Sea ton Park. After treatment Condi Tion of the children was reported to be satisfactory 611 fish Blackwood fire the Blackwood and be Lair emergency fire units were called to a grass fire in Brighton Parade. Blackwood. Today but it had been out out before Thev arrived. It is understood the fire started from a resident burning grass in front of his Drode rfcs. Wreckage near last position Seattle Fri wreckage was found today 35 Miles from the place where the missing freighter Pennsylvania sent its last radio message. There was no Trace of the boats in which the Crew of 46 left the vessel two Days ago. Stormy weather hampered the air and sea search Over the area today by 12 planes and three ships. The Pennsylvania s last position was reported by capt. G. P. Plover As about 750 Miles North West of Seattle. This was on wednesday just before the coastguard picked up one final message leaving now the ship was abandoned when a 14-ft. Crack split its Hull on the port Side. Water flooded the ship s Forward holds and forced it Down by the Bow. The Pennsylvania was bound for Yokohama from Seattle with general cargo. Aap. 1 Craven a i Caine is Ltd Over 150 years reputation for Quality i a null -jflt.l, prevalence of Throat complaint pharyngitis was fairly prevalent in Adelaide a Bra spokesman said i today. The complaint is something like laryngitis except that Laryn gitis affects the voice Box and pharyngitis the Throat he said. Symptoms Are a sore Throat higher than nor ? anal temperature and shivering pains in the neck and Back. I victims usually have to remain in bed for several Days. Provided they follow treatment prescribed by their Doc tors the ailment is not 1 preventive is avoiding crowds. Research laboratories in Adelaide Melbourne and Brisbane Are trying to isolate the virus which is causing the complaint planes hit in mid air new York Fri two Mustang fighter planes loaded with live ammunition collided during a practice dogfight Over a heavily populated area in Wisconsin today. One of them crashed pelting the neighbourhood with exploding bullets. Its Pilot was slightly injured. The planes collided 6,000 it. In the air Over the twin cities of Superior and Duluth. Parts of the plane that crashed were scattered Over Duluth and the fuse Lage landed in the Yard of a Home in Superior. It burst into flames and machine gun ammunition exploded. Aap. ?

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