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13 May 1933

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13 May 1933

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - May 13, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia �500 now for blankets �15 to be won in contest �10 for wittiest picture title port football club to hold Ball in Aid of fund soon after the �500 Mark had been passed today in the state wide Blanket Appeal being conducted by the news and the mail a generous offer came from the port Ade Laide football club to hold a Ball in the port Adelaide town Hall in Aid of the fund. This will be another of the Many Fine Community efforts being made to provide warm blankets this Winter for hundreds of South australians in distress. great was the Success of this week s obstinate artist contest �38 11/6 was raised for the Blanket fund that for next week s Competition there will be five Consolation prizes of �1, in addition to the first prize of �10. Prize Winner announced the fortunate Winner of the �10 prize for the most appropriate title for the obstinate artist picture in the contest was l. Hartmann. Of 330 King William Street. Adelaide. His entry was the passing of a Good old timer this title was a particularly Apt one for Ali to Oruro which is printed below there were other titles which were appropriate. And revealed touches of humor. When the final selection was made the order of preference Given them by the judges was taking Over a going concern. The watch changing Over. Hell get double time for this. Time passes memories linger. Hard pressed for time taking time off without leave pushing ahead in his profession time lost during depression procrastination i miss my Swiss pressed for time watch oat for the thief will get time to repent relieving the distressed ? because of the Success of the last con test the news and the mail have decided to. Conduct a similar contest for one More week. Good were of the entries that failed to secure first place that it has been decided to increase the prize Money for the nest contest by �5. The first prize will remain at �10, but five Consolation prizes of �1 each will be awarded. This time a Small committee of citizens will be invited to assist in the judging. The minister of employment or. Jef Fries will be one and the names of the others announced later. The conditions of entry will apply in the new contest. Competitors 6hould remember that it is not wide to repeat any title which has been submitted by a Reader and published. Readers May Send in As Many suggestions a they like provided that sixpence is enclosed for each entry. For example a Reader who encloses 5/ can sub Mit ten entries in the spaces provided in the Coupon below. Where More than one entry is received from an entrant each title will receive equal consideration. The �2 which has hitherto been donated by the news and the mail each week As prize Money wih be included in the prize Money. The More entries there Are the greater will be the contribution to the Blanket fund. The contest is open until 5 . Next thursday. Entries received in Friday morning s Post will however be Given consideration in the judging. This will enable country readers to utilise the Coupon in thursday s paper. All entries must be addressed to news Ltd. North Terrace. Adelaide marked obstinate artist contest postal notes or Stamps can be enclosed. ? Cut this out ?. ? no. Of entries ? amount enclosed ? name ? address ? suggested titles m each sixpence forwarded gives the competitor the right to submit one title Only. 1 ? 2 ? 3 ? 4 ? � ? 5 ? 6 ? 7. ? 8 ? 9 ? 10 ? West Rover out for year unnecessary to disqualify by o. J. O Grady the reported of a. J. Williams West Rover for 12 months by the West Adelaide football club commit tee Seenie on the published fact to he an unnecessary step. The committee could have effectively censured and disciplined Williams without adopting the do Qualini action measure with its attendant Ric of rebounding on the club later in rhe season when it mint again Welcome Wil Liams services. Following the report today that Wil Liams had been disqualified for l2 months the Secretary of West or. A. Kenny declined to make known the decision of the dab committee. He said that Wil Liams and the sooth australian league had not yet been notified of the decision. It appears that the trouble started last week end. When Williams although selected declined to Piaf Asanet Glen eff. Simons was chosen As first Rover for the name. And Williams was included to Rove to the second rack. Williams had for Merly been first Rover to the Side. Williams contends that he notified the club at 10 . On the Day before the came that he would not play. Open to criticism if the facts Are As reported. West com Mit Teennen were fully justified in Moning Williams to appear before them and were probably quite entitled to Cen Eure him. It would not do for players to dictate to committees just we re they would play on the Field. But if the West coins Pittee has decided to disqualify Wil Liams for 12 months i think that the move is open to tronc criticism. There is no necessity for such a stigma a West committee need just decline to select Wiliams. And the rules of the league would prevent him from playing for any other Side. Another Side to the question is that a player can retire from football at any time he chooses. It is adding a complication to the scheme of football administration if a player s voluntary retirement might be followed by an official disqualification. Three people Mark Centre of Ball in seventh contest three entrants for the seventh Fin the Ball contest marked the exact Centre of the Ball and they will share the �10 prize Money offered by the news the names of the successful Reader Are a. Greig of Hillside c. Kearns of Wood Ville and Helen James of Eva Dale. Exact scientific calculations were needed to determine this week s winners. The attitude of players gave a Good indication of the position of the Ball. Entrants would help in the work of judging the eighth contest if they would fold then entries together. I notices s = � i us ? deaths gloves. On May 13, George Henry be loved husband of the late Eliza Glover and dearly loved Uncle of Ivy of fourth Avenue St. Peters. Aged 87 years. No Flowers by request Howait. Of Ilay is. At her residence. West Street. Torre Asville Elizabeth Helen Reli of the late William Louis Howard and Loving sister of George Henderson aged 60 years. Tucker. On May 13 at her Rel Spence. No. 44 Kenilworth Road Parks id Sarah relict of John Tucker. Aged 83 years. Funeral notices Trienah of the late George � Henry Glover Are respectfully in formed that his funeral will leave Bis late residence. fourth Avenue St. Peters of sunday. Ma7 11. A i ., for the Payne Ham a quieten. W. Williamson. Undertaker ? Payne am. Ewakd. The friends of the late mra. Elizabeth Helen Howard Are re Apet fully informed Tuff. Cur funeral will leave Pijie residence of her brother or. George Hen Olerson to. 30 West Street Torre Osville on sunday at 3 . For the West Terrace cemetery. A. -. Bert Wallma. Undertaker 100 Beach rd., a lie end phone l 4252 203 Beach re. Torrens Ville. L 4466. Quicker. The friends of the late or. Sarah Tucker relict of John Tucker of 44 Kenilworth , Par Side Are informed that her remains will tie interred in the Giad Mone cemetery on monday afternoon a j. O clock. Urvis son & Mildred funeral directors. Hyde pack. Kingswood. And Malvern. Phones. 17 1332 and 2377. ? Trebb. The friends of or. And mrs. Vincent Bennett Webb Are respect fully informed that the funeral of their late sox Vincent Durward will ave their Resi Dence Norton s Summit on sunday after noon at 4.30, for a Short service in the re Orch of England then immediately after sen ice for the Norton Summit cemetery. A. C Martin undertaker v \w1. ? Magill Road. Mag Iii. H4rdinges exclusive wreaths 113gawler isow after noun v 4896. Ghen rim sunday 1 1 or 11 a late advertisements Waterproof Coats child s latest reversible. From 10/9. Adults. 18/6 a h. Moynham 30 fires Liam Street Bear Exchange hotel. Rovers Den at scout crafts show this comfortable Den erected by the 1st Largs rovers attracted much attention at the scout crafts shove which was opened at exhibition buildings today. The show toll be open to the Public for a week. Largs Uch attention Cou crafts at he open Fine work Al scout exhibition Sydney Bridge in matchboxes big display Given a pocket knife a Matchbox and a piece of string a boy scout can make a Model of anything from Sydney Harbor Bridge to a baby grand piano. This was proved by the 3,000 exhibits at the scout Craft display in the exhibition building this afternoon. Hundreds of metropolitan scouts and 160 victorian and country scouts were present. I have come to see and to learn from you and i m sure that after seeing your great work All of us old boys will be less inclined to curb your energies and enthusiasms by the cry of Don said the commissioner of Public works or. Mclntosh. The chief commissioner or. N. M. G. Gratto who introduced or. Mclntosh. Mentioned that the previous government bad withdrawn its subsidy to the boy scout movement he read a message from the world chief scout lord Baden Powell while the eight to 11-year-old Wolf cubs Hur Rahed. Accompanied by the state president or. J. Leal and the state Secretary or. J. Mil the official party toured the display. Or. Meant Obs was interested in the 1st Torrens Ville rovers Den it took 12 months to furnish in dark Wood cheer fully upholstered in red and finished with fireside settles. All die Wood came from electric Supply Cable covers. Rover com missioner h. Rymill furnished his Den out of packing cases and tack barrels. There were bricks round the fireplace made by gumming pieces of red linoleum on to paper. The Norwood rovers looked oat through a port Hole and held their pow wow by the Light of a ship s Riding lamp. Round the Den ran a Marine frieze which took three months to make the 1st Richmond rovers brought a life size reproduction of their Den even to the drawings on the Wall and a perfect title Model of the chalet Gle Nalta which these hovers built for themselves out of motor car cases at mount lofty. Wolf cub Ray Jones aged 10, of the 9th Adelaide built St. George s Castle All out of paper painted Grey with St. George himself Riding out of the Castle. Cecil Ward of the troop and the Ige had modelled a Street in thick paper Frith Street lamps made out of babies celluloid comforters without the dummies ind Hung upside Down. Another cub aged 9, entered a pair of Rode-6oled shoes. ? others had Matchbox models of Sydney Harbor Bridge sets of dolls furniture Complete with piano and collections of cigarette pictures and Matchbox labels. Cubs Are great fun said the Victo Rian cub mistress miss m. Foley who is attending the Corroboree. A cub master e Job is to find each one something that be can do Well. Cooking is the cubs favorite task. Give them a Quantity of Sav Eloys a Billy and potatoes and they Are Happy for the rest of the Day she added with a smile. The boy scouts occupied most of the main Hall. Two realistic Camps were pitched on the platform and on either Side there were examples of what a Clever scout can do. Bridge building by boy scouts a practical demonstration of one Branch of the training of boy scouts will be Piyen on the Lawn at parliament House on Mon Day at 1.30 . The 2nd Unley troop under scoutmaster h. Vincent will erect a rope suspension Bridge 90 it. Over All with a Epan of 50 it. The Public is invited to witness this performance. White will be Mother s Day keynote a bite will be the keynote of the celebrations of Mother s Day in South austra Lia tomorrow. Started in the United Spates in 1903, Oliie Day of respect has be come an annual institution in All in Glisn speak intr countries. In this state tomorrow White Flowers will be worn in buttonholes and on dresses churches will be decorated with Flowers and White boxes of Choco lates will be riven to mothers. Methodist congregational presbyterian and Baptist churches and the churches of Christ will hold special services in Honor of the occasion. At the Malvern methodist Church on the supa estion of the evening preacher Rev. J. G. Jenkin the collection will be Given towards comforts for body Mother the comforts will prob ably be distributed at the Central Pirie Street and Bowden missions. A number of churches have arranged spinal parades of scouts Church football Aud basketball teams and other Church Goci ties. There will be Many special Cej inns on Mother s Dav. And appropriate music in can Reyes. Too. Week end bivouac under command of major j. I. Pro Bert members of the 3rd Field company of engineers went into a week end bivouac at Keswick late today. scheduled for the big Oizae if the Coli Struc Tion of a 60-ft. Wooden Bridge. More generous offers the announcement about the fort foot Ball club Ball was made by the club Secretary or. C. Hayter. The Date of the Ball will be fixed Early next week. The club is right behind the news and the mail in air timely Blanket Appeal said or. Hayter. The com Mittee and members and port Adelaide people generally Are enthusiastic about this Opportunity to help such a deserving cause and the Ball should be a great Cue Cess with or. Hayter s organising experience behind it the Ball should go with a swing. Or. Hayter has been Secretary of port for seven years and he has organised Many functions for the club and for Charity. An old style dance to Aid the Blanket fund was also announced today. It will to held by the Australia old style dance club in the Australia Angas Street City. On the Holiday night. Monday june 5. Help from Gawler news of a third entertainment in Aid of the fund came today from the country. This was appropriate As the Appeal is state wide and the needy in both City and country will be provided with blankets. The entertainment will be held in the strand theatre. Gawler on monday week May 22. It if being arranged by the presi Dent of the Gawler Douglas social credit association or. Mckenzie and the Mayoress of Gawler mrs. W. Co who is president of the women s auxiliary of the association. A carnival will be held at the Gle Nelter skating rink at the rear of the dutch cafe on monday night in Aid of the Blanket fund. The committee of South Australia s in Nual movie Ball which will be held at the palais Royal. North Terrace n tune 1. Will hold several Bridge and Pic Ture evenings shortly at the times the Trette. Net to proceeds wid be donated to the Blanket fund. Other organisations have arranged Lar afternoons and evenings at the time the Trette. Tickets will be 2/� which will include both pictures and Bridge. Afternoon Tea or supper will be sup 1 plied by the times the Trette. And Bridge prizes will be donated by various firms and the the Trette. Many business houses Cluroe. Associations and other City establishments have opened subscription lists for the Blanket fund. Magnificent As the response to the Appeal has been the need for blankets is too widespread and urgent to allow any slackening of the Community s Effort to help the distressed. Many applications applications for blankets Are pouring into the news and the mail office and the unemployment Relief Council office in Kintore Avenue. Here is a let Ter received by the mail today from a West coast woman i am greatly in need of blankets for the Winter months As we Only have bags on the Beds at present. I have a family of nine besides myself. My bus band is in ill health. We can t afford to buy any blankets so will you help us please All letters Are being passed on to the Relief Council which will have sole charge of the distribution of the blankets. Applicants should give name address number of children in family How Long out of work and other essential particulars. Of the of �500 12/6 in hand at present �227 5/ was acknowledged in the mail last saturday. The full list of donations received this week is As Fol lows �38 11/6 proceeds of obstinate artist contest to. 1. �25 h. Fallan and Anonymous. �9 4/ staff of the news and the mall three instalments. �5 5/ s. E. Cooper a. M. Beckford and sons. Ltd., John Shearer & sons Ltd. Sym Pathy t. Backhouse authorised news agents association of s.a., mass e. Lang. 40swalne Avenue Rose Park. �5 Heather Cee gee. R., s. W. E. B lans. G. M. & s. Ltd., w. Hanson. �4 in As much. �3 8/ staff of unemployment belief coun cil and government labor Exchange. �3 3/ sir Darid Gordon District Council of Renmark town. Sands & Mcdougal it Ltd. �2 16/6 Wellington Road school �2 2/ Harry Thomson miss Morely. N. W. And C. Or. And mrs Edward Bruce mrs. Colin Gurner. Mus d. V. Mar shall. Miller Anderson Ltd., j. B. Mrs. Wil Liam Steele. C. V. Wells & co. Fred w. Porter. Anonymous. �2 0/6 m. D. And j. A. A. Clare. �2 c. W. H., h. M. �1 5/6 Fairford House school. Hyde Park. �1 1/6 employees Adelaide City Council. Archer Street depot �1 i f. J. Ditty. Norman h Taylor 1. Ware. Are. A. V. Benson monsignor m Houri pan. . Leane or. Milo snood. Or. And mrs. K. Langman a. A. L., or Jessie Ferguson j. And k. Scown s. A. Of. Or. Llaca Sprod. E. B. F., d. E. Macewan Are. C. Goodman e. C. Short mrs f. Makin c. Goodman. �1 Green Mill dance club. Semaphore mosaic. Terrazzo & Gran lithic specially floor ing co. M. E. Langman. A. Middlebrook. For Swade. W. Burchmore. A h. Daniel. Jack Waddell. Brighton Road. Glenelg. Anonymous. F h. Edwards. E. I. 15/ workroom staff of Foy & Gibson pay. Ltd. 0/ E. A. A. Malvern. Just a wee Crappie n. J. A. A. D Riley. E a. Edyre. Joan Edse misses French Medl die cons Van tonal Junior Endeavor. A. J. A. Cam manily Chest. E. To. G. A. W. S., a. A sympathiser. Hickey. Miss a. E. Ferguson. A. A. Old roses. White Lead. Malgwyn. 6/ Muriel collected at committee meeting of Way Rille woman s Branch of Liberal Imd coun try Lea True. Bra tree club. 5/ z. And r. Of. A. Peter a Fly. Douglas Riley. Anonymous Wai Kerte. T a. Nas much a be clothed me. Warmed by new blanker to. A Bush Bairn. C. A. E. A. Terese. .1. B. A. A Friend. Holly. W. A. Id for Micro l a. 4/ m. T., sympathy. 3/-Jnclt. 2/ c. Of. E. M. Total. �500 12/6. Donations of blankets Ouka Arinia Woollen co., Ltd., 9 pairs of Blanket. 10 Bush rues and 30 la. Of oddments f. E. S., h g., Anonymous staff of Cox Bros. Australia Ltd. 1 pair of blankets. Manchester House bundle Street 2 Paire. A Mother 1 cot quilt. Melbourne family returns on Cathay returning from London on the liner Cathay or. E. And mrs. Joan Rosanova and family passed through outer Harbor today on their Way to Melbourne. Mrs Rosanova is a Toell Knoin Melbourne barrister. I and Faily on Elbourne. Osa Nove is �10 for a title what a splendid Snee Ess the obstinate artist s Competition proved to be. Nearly 1.900 entries were submitted and the Blanket fund will be increased by the sub Stantial amount of �38 11/6. The task of judging was extra ordinarily difficult and tue Winner was decided upon Only after full consideration by a group of seven people acting independently. With out exception they All included the passing of a Good old timer among the Best 10, and four out of the seven placed it first. We thank those readers who took part in the contest. Only one competitor could win the prize but the losers will have the Consolation of knowing that the Money received will provide warmth in Many a needy Home. In another column Are Given de tails of this week s contest with � 15 prize Money so try again. The editor. Jubilee of Glen Osmond Tennis club foundation members of the Glen of Moud Lawn Tennis club. Which Wasi formed in april 10. 1883, were present at the Jubilee celebrations at the courts at Fisher Street. Glen Osmond this after noon. A huge birthday cake decorated Wita 50 candies and the two blues and White the Clun colors was Cut up by miss m. Johnston one of the foundation Mem Bers. Other original member of the club Wuo were present were miss e. Johnston an i or. A. Johnston mrs. W. Ferguson miss m. Murray and mrs. J. Fowler. There was a axe Muster of player present when or. W. P. Murray declared the courts open. Adaoag the exhibits was a Tea urn presented to the club More than 40 years Aro by the late or. John Murray then owner of Wall Elberding station. Tea has been brewed in the urn every saturday the club has met. For Many years Only Winter Tennis has been played on the Glen Osmond courts which Are Bitumen. The club was founded after a meeting of 26 members in the Glen Osmond Institute in 1883. Of the original Mem Bers mrs. Fowler then miss e. Murray still takes an interest in the club. The late or. Bob Bowen a former state Champion was a member of the club and others were or. W. Ray. Or. Haslam s.m., sir Lennon raws the late messes. Scammell and h. M. Mudie. And messes. J. Fowler and e. Hamilton. The present Captain of the club is f. Piper the Secretary or. C. B. Chinner. And the treasurer or. G. Martin. Or w. P. Murray one of the oldest members presented the cups and trophies today which were won at the club Champion ships last Winter. Wheat growers get �346,533 South australian Farmers have benefited to the extent of �346,533 from the special Commonwealth Grant for the assistance of wheate rowers for the 1932-3 season and the state Bank is engaged in distributing the balance. The total amount made available for this state was �507138, the Premier or. Butler Eaid today. For the first Advance of 1/6 an acre of the area sown payments had been made on 15.643 applications said or. Butler. The total acreage represented was 4.334.000, making the total outlay �325,086. ?. Cheques had Bertn cent to 805 App ii cants for. The special Grant reserved for Farmers whose crop return did not aver age the equivalent of three Bius Bele of . Wheat. The total acreage was 286.000, and the total payment �21.447. Applications for the 6pecial errant were still Beine dealt with and it was Likely that the �30.000 earmarked for tie Pur pose would be Elic Ritly exceeded. Ree Edtl it was announced that All applications must be received by May 10. But they were still coming in. In their own interests Farmers who had not yet applied should do so at once otherwise Thev would be precluded from sharing in the Grant. Said or Butler. As Coon As All applications were re ceded the state Bank would make a final distribution on an acreage Bacis. This was expected to work out at an additional Falit Nency an acre Many enjoy scout entertainment in the eco Craft display at exhibition Iii Dinc. South australian scouts and cubs have shown their ability in Var flu departments of handicraft work. To in Eljit 40 rovers with District Rover Leader t. Bond As producer showed their Talent As vaudeville artists. There was a Cood attendance to see the opening performance of the flapjacks revue humorous Skei ebes. Burlesque dances pad Solo items provided an enjoyable eve i ing s entertainment. Each night next week the flapjacks will present a Vaude Ville entertainment. Talkie stars divorced Fairbanks Jun., couple part los Angeles. Saturday \ Joan Crawford has been granted a divorce from Douglas Fairbanks Jun. The two talkie stars had been separated Tor j time or. Fairbanks Jun. Was seen in Adeaida recently in the talkie love it a Racket and miss Crawford was a lie. Thomson in rain by w. Somerset maugham. She has a prominent part in grand hotel which will be seen in Adelaide shortly. Young Fairbanks carte j to the fore As an aviator in the striking picture the Dawn patrol d. Fairbanks Iun. Joan Crawford i bad hoped v to avoid a Public announcement of the separation Eaid miss Crawford recently but the suit a oils rat apain6t my husband by Jorgen Dietz. A Loe Angeles chemist alleging alienation of mrs. Dietz affections forced me to act. When two people cannot get along Oget Iier. The Only Brave thing for them to do is to part. I believe this is the Only Means of determining our future happiness but the son of Douglas Fairbanks sen., thought otherwise. I am going to end her Flowers Tele phone her every Day and Send her Tele Grams when i cannot get her on the Tele phone he said. This is not like other separations. We Are still in love ? Glen Osmond Tennis club s Jubee the Glen Osmond Winter Tennis club celebrated us fiftieth anniversary today. In this group of Early members miss m. Johnston an original member is seen pouring Tea from a Tea urn which was presented to the club More than 40 rears ago. White tailed Gnu does not show White Feather has charged round Melbourne zoo for five years Melbourne saturday the Afri can White tailed Gnu at the Melbourne zoo has its keepers terrified. Almost continuously for five years it has charged round its Yard at a great Speed making the fences and tremble and butting the Sheet Iron door of its House with terrific Force. The director of the zoo or. A. Wilkie said today that this male Gnu was the fiercest animal in the whole of the Large collection in the zoo. All attempts to pacify the Gnu have proved futile. No one can enter its enclosure while it is at Liberty there. The Gnu charges at the zebras in the adjoining paddock and finishes up in a Naes of twisted wire. The charging tactics of the animal enable a keeper to to to the rear of the j Honse on the outside of course and the animal tears into the House in an Endea Vor to get at him. Then the big Iron door Falls and the keepers can clean up the Yard. Even then they Are apprehensive All the time that they Are in the Yard. Last year the Gnu charged the Iron door which is one eighth of an Inch thick and poked Ite horns right through. Or. Wilk e said the animal was jump ing mad it was a sturdy animal with Sifong horns that came Down Over the forehead and turned upwards at the ends. Both Ite. Horns had been blunted by its hurtling against fences and Walls. Even in its wild Tage the Gnu i6 frightened of no animal the lion oils no terrors for the Gnu on the Veldt of South Africa. The Gnu upholds or. Wilkie s opinion that the less brains an animal has the i Ciao dangerous it is. The Rhinoceros is another example. When the Rhinoceros is disturbed while sleeping it Springs up Aud charges without even looking for the source of interruption. Usa. Courts Are like film scenes woman lawyer s impressions the women s jury system in England is practically defeating Ite own end said my. Joan Roea Nove a Melbourne barrister who arrived on the Cathay a. Outer Harbor today. She has toured England and Amer a during the past 12 months and is rectum Imp with her husband. Or. E. Rosanova her daughter Peg. And her five month i Lori baby. Judith Ann. Who Wae born in London. To begin with the property qualification imposed on jury women in England strikes out almost All but widows an j spinsters with Money Eaid mrs. Rosa Nove and the judges do not Encura women to attend trials of sexual of fences. That is where Ehe would serve her most useful purpose. But the judges invariably us freest that jury women should not attend these cases and Only a woman of vast courage would take her Bent n the Box after Sueh a hint from the Bench. After the conservatism of the English Courte mrs. Rosanova a amazed to find american judiciaries exactly of they appear in talking pictures she followed one Case in which a woman was no Ted for the murder of her a Fiban i the newspapers treated the trial Asj social function. Self made widow in court was Ono heading i read. The dress of the acc de was described with the utmost de Tail. The names and reactions of the court crier and t in door men were detailed. In this Ca the accused did not to be Tri Edi by a jury but Chow a Tideo. After Days of sensational disclosure. A lie Wae in i fitted. And Trie follow Init work Sijmen a contract to i irn m vaudeville lawyers in London mrs. Rosanova said that she enjoy try most of All her first visit to London where was by an organi Tat i i Vilich had loud lit to give women the right in become lawyers. They had succeeded la years ago. Smice then Many women lawyers live progressed remarkably Weil Ehe one. Who would perhaps be regarded As unsuccessful told me that she was earn ing More than �20 a week. When she arrived in London mrs. Rosa a Nove installed her in year of Lau re term l leg in miss Birtwhistle s school Sloane Street the Duchess of York s old school. It is five 8toriee hid and the Cir have to go into the Parks to play and round the Corner to gymnasium he a d. This is All very Usu Ual for australians used to Large grounds. The educational system is similar to the australian but it has the added advantage of week expeditions to Points of interest in and around London. These Are of value to the colonials there who include a Cirl Troin Toronto and another from South Africa Winifred James Case the Winifred James Case aroused the professional interest of mrs. Rosanova. Mite James was an australian whose u an american had been i Liuji pm mid mrs. Kassnove. Wherever Mie went she was obliged f1 a port in an Hien. She went to Scotland and 24 ii ours later a policeman wanted to a nov Why she Iliad not registered. Finally she k Susud to Register. A warrant for Ter i artist was , and 300 women marched Tii How Street police station to protest. The Home office eventually decided of the need for her registration. But the Case shows the unfortunate Posi Linn of Woun who marry foreigners. As i he Law Elands t Day. The stand to i Fie k Iii ii and to subject to such Handi Wenjie that they should give n proposal to marry an Eiel h-er-e.ikin2 alien almost a much thought As they would give to pit Vanir a chinaman. Nothing an be done to remedy the matter without International action. America has passed a Law which enables an american woman to retain her nationality but this Only complicates the i Wue i baby is alive extraordinary Lindbergh Echo sex convicts Story mail special representative wa8hingt0 in saturday Gaston b. Means who is on trial for attempted fraud Eaid today that the Lindbergh baby u probably still alive and that the body found and identified by col. Lindbergh was that of another child. Means is an sex convict who was once an agent of the depart edit of Justice he wrote a sensational Book. The strange death of president Harding in which he made extraordinary allegations about the private life of or. Harding Winch were denied by the family his statements about the baby must be lived with great caution. ? Means is now charged with having at tempted to defraud mrs. Evelyn Walsh Mclean of 35.000 dollars normally �7,000 for use a a Ransom for col land Bacab s baby. Body planted in Wood meant said today that the infant s Boydjr found in the new Jersey Wood last yer was a Plant according to information which Means maid had been Given to him by one Wellington Henderson whom he had previously named As one of the my Nadere. Means Eaid that Henderson visited him Evhen mean s was out on bail following his arrest in the Mclean Case and said that he had the real Lind Beith baby Alire at Juarez. This was on May 17. 1932. Mean Eaid that Henderson told him the Lutonsky performed on the by found in new Jersey i Arlo de diff Ghent. Measure ments from that of the Twal Virad bereft child Tolliv Means said hat the baby was actually Chou a by two new Jersey liquor runners. Max Hawel and Max Greenberg. Who had =o1d Beer to tie 6ervants. At the Lindbergh Mise. He said that Irvine Faxton whom no had said was one of tho6e up is Lile for the Kinda Point had Toh vim that col. Linda Prudi a a practical. Joke had on occasions Puj bed the baby in a closet and told Ike servants that the child Iliad been stolen. Thl joke. Said Means save the Kidnap Ders the idea. Dead racketeers police enquiries show that Haseen and Greenberr. Who a re Faa own As liver racketeers were killed to Elizabeth Seiw Jersey on april 12, pm Mably by gang Ster enemies. A safety Deposit Box anted by Hassel ?. Opened by Federal officials on april 5sona court order it contained 213,000 dollars about �42-600 a Caim and a note for dollars Alket 10,000 signed la in Elizabeth lawyer. Wedding at Victor Victor Harbor Lorna Bray second Dane Ter of or. Wad. Mra. W. C. Hray of Victor Harb ii was ? ? married to or. Lionel Ropert senior Al fort Lincoln in the Newland memorial ? congregational Church. Tace Rev j. 73r. Jenkin Oil cited. And was assisted by the Rev. Charles Watt. ? i tie Bode a attired ache Lenardi Trock of White crepe Nede with Yoke and sleeves of Angel Akin lace. The sleeves were tightly puffed to the Elbow and finished in a Petit Over the hand. Her veil was of Whiee tulle and Silver lace which formed a taut. ? miss Kathleen Bray Ter was brides maid. Her ankle let feta frock Wpm of Lido Blue crepe suede walk a Cape of the material with Long ends tied in a Bow in front. Little Dorothy Watte was Flower idol. Her Lone frock a of powder Blue lace made with a Fiche Couar edged with frills. Of be Orrette and finished at tie Back with a Posy of Pink Bine and Silver -. _ Flowene. Or. Tennyson flim3 to beat Man. Member of the Victor Harbor choral society and Kew hand memorial Church. Choir rendered medal singing. Mra. Oliver pearsons we. Or. And my. Senior will live port Lincoln where or. Senior w a member of the Duea department. Quota sfste3m for Eruik or. W. Tit Njg founder of the australian producing. Unit effete films left the Cathay at outer Harbor today after a eight months tour of England. With mrs. Thring he went to Melbourne this afternoon by the express Fie will almost immediately attend a conference on the new effete racing film. ? he has returned from England certain that a quota act for Australia is the Only Hope of salvation for australian . In two years the australian producing concerns my own included could develop up to 25 feature file a year. At an average of �10,000 a picture this would mean a weekly wage Bill of almost �5,000 e week All of which would in Australia. But we must have the quota to ensure id0 per cent distribution of australian pictures. There is to need to be discouraged because our first attempts were not All successful in London Eaid or. Taring. West end audiences want highly sophisticated fare not the kind of in log that Australia likes at All. But lie provinces appreciate the films we can Send them and the biggest returns come from the provinces ? there is nothing now to prevent full exploitation of Australia in films except big names for caste. We Nave made bad pictures in the Paet fan clouding oar own haunted barn but oar equipment today judged Fin the Siofele Channel basis is of world Standard. Already i have made tentative proposals to Well known English artiste. Suicide note left in woman s Lap Melbourne. Saturday. Led by a � letter in a bag which a woman who had been praying in St. Paul s Cathedral i handed to a Constable on Point duty river1 police found a Young girl this afternoon on the Banks of the Tarra under Ander son Street Bridge. She Wae taken to the ? Melbourne Hospital and treated for Hye Teria. The woman said that the Young girl who had been praying beside her end ? duly jumped up. Threw the bag in her Lap and ran out of the Cathedral. The letter hinted at a love disagreement and ? indicated that the girl intended to Turpy herself from Prince s Bridge. \ a search at the Bridge failed to he any sign of the Rirl. But the River to just Learned from a ferryman that the gyr. Was sitting under Anderson Street Bridge. She was talking wildly but at the Hospital i refused to give any account of the affair

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