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 a i i. ?. I ? i i ? ii a i m i ii or n i ? i i ? ? a ? plans to meet red threat in . Asia Washington Fri us British and French military chiefs today studied proposals for unified military action in South East Asia to meet any new communist offensives there. Reuters political correspondent quoted informed sources As saying that prance s chief of staff Gen. Alphonse juin advocated close co operation in a defence system which would have its own re serves of air land and sea Power to Block any new communist drive against indo China. Burma. Malaya and slam. Presumably the correspondent said this defence system would include Canada Australia and no whose air Force representatives attended the conference As observers. Unusual secrecy sur rounded the one Day talks. Informed sources however. Said Britain and France were seeking some idea of what the us proposed to do if the chinese communists intervened in indo Nina Reuters correspondent said he understood Che con Ference also took up the question of whether a Clear warning should be Given to the chinese communists to keep out of the indo China War. Final decision on such a warning would have to be made on High political Levels. The Assumption was that the warning would not be issued unless there were sufficient Mili tary strength to Back it up. The British View at the talks was understood to be that while undo China was a danger spot there should be greater concentration on the mounting threat of a communist uprising in Burma. The military situation in Malaya where British forces have been battling powerful communist gue Rilla forces for years was also reviewed. Eden s Coll while the service chiefs of the three nations were conferring Here Britain s foreign Secretary or. Eden speaking in new York said any intervention by communist China in South East Asia should be solidly resisted by the in. Or. Eden said the French position in indo China and the British position in Malaya Mustbe held. Any intervention by the chinese even if made by chinese Volun Teers would create a situation As menacing As that which the in had met in Korea or. Eden who was speaking at Columbia University where he received the honorary degree of doctor of Laws also dealt with Britain s position in Egypt and Persia. He said if our two countries stand together there Are no problems that cannot be solved. United we shall Lead the world. Divided we shall fall Down Britain s part finally asking that Bri Tain be judged by its effective actions or. Eden said i have heard it suggested that further Mili tary Aid from the us should be made conditional upon quicker pro Gress towards political and economic Unity. This is surely illogical. The test for material Aid in building up a joint de Fence should be the effective use of the resources which each partner com mands. By this Standard the formidable British re armament program is the measure of our contribution he added. Aap. A Lull Lovely viscountess Boyle is one of four Fop line British mannequins who will visit Adelaide next month for parades of latest British styles. Here viscountess Boyle is wearing a beaded Skull Cap at a reception before she left London. It s left. Hit by Shotgun blast Melbourne sat Detec Tives Are still seeking a gunman who wounded a Man with a charge of Shotgun pellets at Coburg last night. It is believed that not Long before the shot was fired several people including a woman had an argument about buying Beer from a House. The wounded Man Harold Harris 37, of Coburg was admitted to Royal Melbourne Hospital with 50 Shotgun pellets in his left Side Between the Waist and knee but his condition is satisfactory. Harris told police he was walking along the Street with his wife last night when he Felt a blow on the left less and fell to the ground. . Rebuff to soviet on arms Paris sat Russia suffered a Rebuff in Hie in yesterday when the Western disarmament plan was adopted. The Western plan is for state by stage disarmament. In approval also was Given for the setting us a 12-Dower disarmament commission in 30 Days. A two month Battle by Britain. France and the us against bitter russian opposition in the political committee ended in a tri Partite Victory when the general Assembly voted by 42 to five with seven abstentions in favor of the West s Olan. Russia withdrew Amend ments previously rejected by the political commit tee which reiterated the communist Call for the immediate and unconditional ban of the atom bomb and a one third reduction in armaments. The disarmament com Mission which will com prise the 11 members of the Security Council and Canada will work out details of arms reduction and International control of both conventional and atomic weapons. It has to report Back to the general Assembly not later than june 1. Then it is intended that a world conference of All states should be held to consider its proposals. Aap. Air chiefs plane Back Singapore. Sat the Raf Hasting s plane flying Australia s new chief of air staff air marshal j. D. I. Hardman to Mel Bourne returned to Singa pore with engine trouble at noon today. It a 3i hours after the plane had taken off for Darwin. The plane flew Back on three engines and landed safely. The flight was resumed tonight. Earth tremor Stromboli Italy sat a Strong Earth tremor yesterday Shook Stromboli Island but no casualties or damage has been reported. W or ? v a ? w w a ? 10 years gaol for Mother Vernon text Bat or. Diana Simpson 21, was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment yesterday for dashing her four year old son s Bead against the floor because he Vought to climb into her bed from his cold mattress on the floor. She pleaded a guilty to assault to murder. The child s right Side is paralysed As a result j of his injuries. Counsel for mrs. Simpson in pleading tor leniency said she was born in an unhappy Home in the slams of Minneapolis and that she was in a Reforma tory when the boy was born. Frnsmith5%,i a Foft Adelaide s a Rcpt selection of radios a & m a = same Day delivery ? free installation = = every set guaranteed Trade ins accepted. = St Bomberg Carl Premier. 5v. Dual a f8i-Sdiofrm Asto pm 4 a i 1s 5w 2lslt T s -v-.r-e. �5 in nin Jam a Willib changer. �118/7/8 Cash is Cash or �12 Dep. 11/6 can. Or t u up. A Kkt to Kim or �12 Deo de Lump i a ? by a. Bb553bkcwi9 tj�3flhlrbhl of add 6pr6fld Euto mjg Jujj pm 7fi ens Cut fish . 5v. 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Fur of Sam fact of ? ? it by pets 00/0� Yoc Cho be crn5hiith5 Adelaide s biggest radio House his 72-74 Gawler place also at North Adelaide c 5206 Man us moves fail Canberra Sot the Commonwealth government has foiled in on informal More to re open the fix year old negotiations for the establishment of on american defence base at Manus Island. It was Learned today that since be became min ister for external affairs or. Casey has had informal talks with senior american officials on the possibility of resuming the plan to make Manus a key base for american Pacific defence. He had been told How Ever that since this pro Pond we rejected by the Commonwealth govern ment in ims America had accepted exclusion from Manns As final and recast it Pacific Security net work. This had now been completed and commitments were too heavy for revision. Australia has been told that As far As can be seen the Manus base will not again interest the Ameri can Navy. Manus was developed into one of the biggest bases in the Southern hemisphere by big Ameri can expenditure As soon As the japanese were driven from Northern new Guinea. Early in 1946. America proposed to the australian government that it should retain the base permanently for the american Navy. The proposal did not exclude Australia or the British Commonwealth naval units from the base. The Chifley government and its minister for external affairs or. Evatt rejected the proposal. Kab Sova Back to Ballet Sydney sat after three years retirement just being a housewife and Mother former Prima Ballerina Madame Helene Firsova plans to re form her Ballet company and bring it to Australia. On her arrival by air to Day with her husband and two children she said she was disappointed with Ballet in Europe because it was becoming retrogressive with too Many revivals. Food dropped to villagers Singapore. Sat three London airmen flying in an Raf Dakota today parachuted More than one ton of food to flood marooned villagers at Nawi. South Johore. Their dropping zone was on Small Hill jutting out of swelling floodwaters

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