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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - March 7, 1936, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia �2�i2�5aiab8s8ebj Clipper tobacco Large plugs far pipe 8mofcer ought and dare Price mad Quality Snite everybody sole a ent Cornell limited. Adelaide. Germans March to Rhine pact Defiance causes stir in Europe reported to be acting with Mussolini London. San Nav in Defiance of the Versailes treaty and the Locarno pact German troops marched into the de militarised Rhineland zone Early today. This news has caused great excitement in All the capitals of Europe. It is believed in Geneva that the australian president of the league Council or. Stanley Bruce will summon an extraordinary meeting of the league Council for monday. French circles Are disturbed by an unconfirmed report from Berlin that Germany is acting in agreement with Mussolini who has recently threatened to repudiate the Locarno treaty if Oil sanctions Are imposed against Italy. Before the German army s dramatic March the world s attention had been directed to Berlin where Herr Hitler had suddenly summoned the Reich Stag today to hear his statement on foreign policy following the Franco soviet pact to which the German government had strongly objected. Herr Hitler has invited the British. French and italian ambassadors As representatives of the Locarno Powers to visit him before the Reich Stag meeting. This combination of events leads to the expectation that Herr hitter will especially refer to the position of the Locarno treaty probably clarifying in Advance Germany s attitude to the French request for additional Brijesh guarantees against German Agar Essen in the Rhine. It is also anticipated that he will refer to the Franco soviet pact of Mutual Aid against aggression which will come into operation on March 12, and which has caused much resentment in Berlin. It is believed that Herr Hitler will also refer to the effect of Italy s threat to repudiate the Locarno pact and will declare that he considers Germany is Herb Hitler whose latest move has teased tension in Europe. Herb i whose latest tension of longer bound to respect its provi Sions regarding the demilitarised Rhine land zone. Presumably he will secure the Reich. Stag s authority to denounce Locarno in certain contingencies. Rhineland zone the daily Telegraph s Berlin Cor respondent Points out that the sum Moning of the Reich Stag from where Herr Hitler s speech Grill be broadcast throughout Germany has brought to a Climax the sensational happenings of the last Day or two. He expects that Herr Hitler will de Clare that Germany because of the Franco soviet pact will resume full diplomatic Freedom especially in the Rhineland. Probably this will depend on the degree of Herr Hitler s dissatisfaction at the reception of his somewhat nebulous overtures to France made in an interview with a Paris newspaper last week. If Herr Hitler has not abandoned Hope of direct Franco German negotiations he May restate his offer with the Reich Stags added authority thereby reviving the scheme for a Western european pact excluding Russia on which the German govern ment s hatred is concentrated. It is not expected that in spite of the italian victories in Abyssinia. Herr hitter will propose a new orientation towards Italy. While the abyssinian War continues. Berlin feels that the situation is too unstable for fresh commitments concludes this correspondent army chiefs meet according to the daily mail s Ber Lin correspondent the summoning of the Reich Stag was preceded by a two hour meeting of the minister of air Gen. Goering the War minister Gen. Von Blo Berggen. Von Fri tech com Mander of the army. Admiral Roder commander of the Navy and other officers of High rank. It is possible that the defiant military gesture revealed bythe Rhineland March is intended to impress the nation and consolidate Hitler s Domestic position at the same time presenting the world with an accomplished fact which the German leaders Hope will be accepted without drastic opposition. Search for lost woman Sydney Jaa Turzay. Searching rugged country around Sackville to Day for mrs. Alan Dunstan 35. Con stable Weir of Windsor found tracks of a woman s shoe about three quarters of a mile from where similar tracks were found yesterday. More than 100 citizens today helped in the search for the wife of a Well known Citrus grower. In driving rain they scoured mountains and gullies. I feel certain that the woman is not in those Hills said Constable Weir tonight we have searched every where but we will continue the search again tomorrow morning mrs. Dunstan has been missing now Lor three Days. The air Force co operated with the searchers. Firemen and onlookers Hurt at Blaze �80,000 damage estimated Sydney. Saturday. Four onlookers and three firemen were injured this afternoon in a fire which swept through Sweet Bros Drader store in Kin Street. Newtown causing damage Esti mated at �80,000. Eighty firemen from nine stations fought the Blaze from King and Len nox streets. About 80 police had great difficulty in controlling the crowd of 10,000 people which quickly collected. Police reinforcements had to be hurried from the City. No one was allowed in the streets and residents of nearby houses had to leave. At the height of the fire they roof partly collapsed. The injured included Deputy chief officer Beare burned hand and injured feet Dorothy Kilroy. 17, of Bel Mont Street Alexandria injuries to the hands and body Nelly Kilroy. 15, her ister lacerations and abrasions Edna Kilroy 19. Another sister Shock. The three girls were watching the fire from a Verandah at the rear of the bonding when the Verandah collapsed. They were knocked to the ground and taken to Hospital by ambulance shattered Glass from the windows fell into the Street and injured three firemen. Three Central District ambulance wagons were rushed to the scene and officers treated the injured and took others to Hospital. Deputy chief officer Beare. Whose feet were injured turned out in his slippers tonight to take charge of reels from five stations at a fire in the bakery of Booth Ltd. George Street. Redeem. Dense smoke poured from the bakery and handicapped the fire fighters. Hut the damage was 5lisht. The fire a caused by smouldering breadcrumbs that had been left on ton of an oven. Big Bushfire near Melbourne Melbourne saturday. Volunteers have been called to assist at Frankston. 26 Miles from Melbourne in fighting he most serious scrub fire in the Dis dict for 10 years. It began on wednesday and has broken out afresh three times. The area swept by the flames is now about j free Miles Long and two Miles wide. I men women and children Are helping he firemen in their difficult task. Part of the land on which the scout Centenary Jamboree was held has been. Urn out but several Homes were Ved. I tip uni taken by or. R. Hughes Jones the mail correspondent at Tennant Creek who was on the train these exclusive pictures Are the first of the marooned railway passengers and the railway smash in Northern territory to reach Adelaide. The passengers were on the great Northern train which was marooned at the Finke River crossing because of Washa ways which followed after the heavy floods in Northern territory. The top picture shows them on the train of settlers trolliet and trailers on which they were transported the last 100 Miles to Alice Springs in five hours. To reach the trolliet some of the passengers had to Cross the Tarr ing Finke River by Way of the flying Fox rigged up while others perched on suitcases and mail bars that were posted Over on a trolly. The Bottom picture shows the twisted railway hoes after the Relief train had crashed into the auce Creek bed. The pictures were flown from Alice Springs to broken Hill yesterday and then sent to Adelaide in the express which arrived today. See other pictures on Back pare Ideal Day for Beach tomorrow should be an. Ideal Day for the Beach according to the special week end forecast issued tonight by the government meteorologist or. Bromley. The weather should continue warm or. Bromley said and to Morrow the temperature should be a Little higher than today. There to no possibility of a Cool change Sodeman to Appeal further Melbourne saturday. It is practically certain that an application for special leave to Appeal from the judg ment of the court of criminal Appeal will be made to the High court next Ivecek by counsel for Arnold Sodeman. 55. Labourer of Leongatha who has been sentenced to death ? miss fax Marbe. The famous International stage Star who is holidaying in London displaying ? he pics which she has insured for �200.000. The smile which is valued at �50,000, and the hands which Are insured for �2,000. Fax Arbe. The Star London he the hich �50,000, hands which for �2,000. Fatal Canoe capsize at Orr Oroo boy drowned in Reservoir or Banoo saturday George Backman about 12, was drowned in the Orr Oroo Reservoir ills afternoon when the Canoe which be was paddling capsized in about 02 it. Of water. George Beckman Colin Beatty. 14, and Reginald Bills about 12. Had gone to the Reservoir with Home made tin canoes. Everything went Well until George eyckmans Canoe baptized and the boy disappeared. His comrades immediately ran into Orr Oroo about two Miles away Tor assistance. When a Rescue party arrived or. W. Barrett dived in to the water at a spot indicated by the lads and found the body at the Boom. He brought it to the Bank but life was found to be extinct. The victim of the mishap was a son of or. And mrs. George Beckman who Are Well known in the Orr Oroo District. Golf course controversy in Britain and Adelaide experts views Page 3. Drivers escape from blazing cars blazing cars driven off the track just As they became enveloped in flame with their Drivers leaping Clear just in time thrilled a crowd of 8.500 at the Camden motor Rome tonight. Cordy Milne the american motor cyclist gave a remarkable demonstration in the handling of a motor Cycle at Speed on a Small track and was in stantly a favorite with the crowd. Dick Edwards was leading in the first heat of the h. C. Sleigh Handicap for midgets from Aub. Ramsay when names were noticed shooting from under his car. Edwards hurriedly turned on to the Centre of the ground just As a Sheet of flame went up. There was an amazed shout As it was noticed suddenly that Ramsay s car too. Was in flames As it roared out of the Southern Bend. Firemen and mechanics raced with extinguishers but they could not save the machine the engine of which a Burnt. Edwards face was scorched and � Pusher off Cliff Wallace was burned. Rat say received slight Burn. I drome results Pace 16. Adelaide Mare s big cup Victory possibility of Amaha s contesting Sydney cup being considered unusual plan of Trainer was successful from the mail special representative who is in Melbourne for the Racine carnival South australian stayers and particularly port Ade Laide cup winners have to be reckoned with in the austra Lian cup. This was proved again today when the Amalfi Mare Amalia scored a decisive Victory in the �3,000 Long Flemington race. Hig Hardo was second and hot shot third. South australian horses have now won four of the last eight australian cups. Adelaide s previous winners of the race were some Quality 1929 v Nadean 1930and mad Star 1932all of whom were port cup winners. Amalia s performance today was exactly similar to her port cup Effort she always was Well placed travelling comfortably and she had the race won same distance from Home. She Over came difficulties with rare determination and showed what a wonderfully clean winded Mare she is. Her owners messes. J. A. Dunn and r. Lagi were delighted. Or. Lagi told me tonight that he had received More than a score of Tele Grams from Adelaide friends congratulating him. Amalia has been nominated for the Sydney Cap. Questioned to night As to the plans for the australian cop Winner or. Lag said it is a Little too Early to say anything definite Bat we will try to come to a decision within a Day or two Amalia pulled up Well and apparently the race did not do her the slightest harm. The Only unfortunate happening was the suspension for a month of her rider h. Bastia whom it was alleged caused interference to petau during the race. Drank bore water Ever since she was a yearling Amelia has drunk water from a bore on the property of her Trainer Harry Gregory. When it was decided to take her to Melbourne for the australian cup Amalia was Given rain water for about three weeks and that is what she has drunk while Here. Amalia thrived on her work and her treatment and she never appeared brighter than today. Amalia has been accompanied every where by a Mare by wee gun. Familiarly known a gunner so that today s Winner would not be lonely. Gunner is Here with Amalia and that probably accounts for Amelia s being so contented. It was a Good move on the part of the connections of Amalia to allow gunner to make the trip As immediately upon arrival Here Amalia settled Down and was quite contented. It is interesting to note that gunner is a foal to Ulmond a horse for which or. Ernest Jolly gave a Good Price. Although Blackford has been Rehan a capped 5 lb., c. Fitzroy part Lesee and Trainer of the stand by gelding told me tonight that All going Well in the meantime Blackford could be set Down As almost a certain starter in the �3,000 great Eastern Steeple to be run at Oak Bank on easter monday. It was the blackest autumn ear Nival the Ever experienced to Flemington said one leading Book maker commenting upon his Ope rations. I lost badly each Day. Especially today and Newmarket Handicap Day during the three Days 11 favourites won in 18 races five on Newmarket Handicap Day. Two on wednesday and four today. Another outstanding feature was the Success of Harold Skidmore who won five races during the carnival and proved himself to be the leading horse Man at the fixture. 1 Sylvan Dale Fob Sydney h. Bastian naturally was disappointed at incurring a month s suspension to Day As he will lose much Good Riding in Adelaide Younng that period. He will be Able to ride at Oak Bank. Fred Williams Trainer of Sylvan Dale said tonight that it was most unlikely that the Silvius horse would visit Adelaide for the King s cup in May. Sylvan Dale has had a let of hard lacing in Mel Bourne in recent weeks and he is to fulfil engagements at the Sydney cup Arnival so that it would be most unfair to him h we then wok Nan to Ade Laide said Williams. Kef at de Tau on Page 4 h. Bastian Premier on roads preparing programme Morgan Stair trav me Premier or Butler replying to a deputation which waited on him Here today about the route of a through Road to the River Murray Caiu As fully convinced that South Australia would have to do More in the direction of roads connecting with the other states. He said he had asked the highways commissioner or. Fleming to pre pare a Road pro gramme for a num Ber of years ahead so that the state could see where it was going. He hoped that next year it would be possible to make a larger sum Avail Able for Road construction. There should be no reduction in the Dis abilities Grant he said until the state was in a position to spend a greater sum on Road build ing. Members of the deputation told the Premier that they were surprised at the finding of the i Public works committee in favor of a Road through Blanc Etown. The deputation advocated the route through Kaunda. Eulunda and mor Gan. In reply the Premier said that in the construction of modern highways the old established towns should not be overlooked. J he said that a careful study of thei Public works committee s report i showed that it fully realised that eventually a Road through Morgan would also have to be built. Its re. Commendation was that the Blanche j town Road should be constructed first. The route Between Kaunda and j Eulunda would probably be started this year and the through route would come later. I the Premier Battle in cars new York. Saturday Warden Eugene Reiley of South Dakota state prison at Sioux Falls and two other men were killed yesterday in a daring attempted escape Roku prison by two Long term convicts. One prison guard was critically wounded and several other guards and by and is were injured. The convicts concerned were Phi Ray. Who was serving 30 years in or nement for Bank robbery and Harold Carrier who had a 16-year term for larceny. 4i inches of rain in hour Sydney. Saturday. Four and a half inches of Ain fell in an hour today at Purra Murra where 578 Points vere recorded. Severe but temporary flooding occurred in the suburbs which were deluged by phenomenally heavy Rains. Considerable damage to property resulted. Several boosts were struck by lightning and others flooded at turn born Epping. An else where. Because of the Sodden grounds All racing and Tennis in the metropolitan area has been abandoned for the Day. It is also expected that there will be no Cricket. Electric flashes or. J. Dence an observer at Epping. Said that before 10 an. An electric storm. Had occurred which in its in Tensity was fiercer than any he had Ever seen during 32 years residence in the District. Only a second or a second and a half elapsed Between flashes of lightning. Re estimated the rain to be tailing at the rate of about two inches an Hoar. Canberra reported terrific Thunder storms with Hail and 170 Points of rain were recorded in an Bour. Motorists to Sydney were held up at various Points. Near Camden Hail covered the streets and land for nearly a foot in death. Women in danger storm water which Rose eight feet in less than two hours caused extensive damage in a Low lying Eastwood residential area. A House was flooded and a woman who is ill was marooned. The flood occurred when Terry s Creek a storm water Channel burst its Banks and sweeping away a foot Bridge and fences swelled across the Street ripping up the Roadway. In delicate health mrs. J. Poole whose husband is away in the country was in bed when the water entered the House and neighbors were unable to get to her assist Ance through the deep and powerful current which threatened to sweep them off their feet. Eventually friends managed to reach her from the other Side of the House and she was taken to a Friend s House. Six feet of water covered the paddock Between Poole s Home and the House next door. Soil was stripped away and a Small crop of vegetables was destroyed. Fences Between the three properties vanished into the swirling flood. So far this year there have been Only one completely Fine saturday and Only two completely Fine sundays. All others were either unsettled or showery. Stop press Motok cyclist Hurt. Suffering from a fractured right leg. Colin Noye. About 19. Of Hughes Street. North Unley. Was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital late tonight he was injured when a motor Cycle he was Riding struck a kerb and threw him heavily. 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