Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - October 28, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Aig the world s oldest whisky agent cr0fton & co. Ltd 149 Flinders Street. Adelaide. Curetha Cid i flumes i at All chemists and stores prepared by 8ur0en to. Adelaide. ? ,.? tank Ida enjoys a Day of music the fourteenth annual band Competition at Anunda today attracted eight bands including the Melbourne metropolitan fire brigades band. These two p pictures sumo left five of the competing bands lined up on the recreation ground and right the Nurio Otapa town band which tied for second place in the Street March. The Nurio Otapa band competed last year As a Junior band and graduated up this year. Journalist on treason count death penalty May be ordered under recent nazi decree allowed to see Consul for first time has been Well treated mail special representative Berlin saturday. After having made repeated applications since tues Day the British Consul at Munich or. Gainer was today allowed to see or. Noel Panter the British journalist who has been in gaol for several Days. He has been charged with High treason and espionage under article 92 of the penal code which by a recent nazi decree now provides a penalty of death or life imprison ment. Or. Panter is in Good health but is Pale As a result of his imprisonment. He said he had been Well treated and had been allowed to buy anything he wanted. Or. Panter who is the correspondent at Munich of the London daily Tele ? graph will be charged at Leipzig. I since his arrest he has been kept in dose confinement and Bas not been Al Lowed to see Hie friends or a lawyer. Article 92 deals with anyone who deliberately communicates to another government or makes publicly known secrets or news of which he knows that to keep them secret is necessary for the welfare of the German Empire or Federal states As against the other government. It has been assumed that or. Panter s arrest was due to an article of his whih was published in the London daily Tele graph on monday. To described a Parade 01 storm troops. Which Herr Hitler addressed at Selheim Bavaria last Sukdav. Basis of charge the charge is based on a Accinni Ila Tion of information concerning storm troopers and Hitler s guards which need so As to conv a the impression that Thev were military formations and thai germ and was thus Viola Tine the Trev o i Versailles or. Panter told the Consul thai i. I Nessaee was sent in the course of his or Dinar occupation of a journalist. Or gainer bus asked the bavarian gov a eminent for it Mission for a lawyer see or. Panter. J the inst Etc of journalists. London has expressed Surprise and indignation at or. I Anter e arrest. It has urged the government to do its utmost to secure i Jis Early release. In Berlin the newspapers continue to ignore the incident. Frequently described the Berlin correspondent ? or the times London says that or. Pauter s despatches described nothing that had not been disclosed both recently and Frej Quentlyn. Apparently the arrest was in tended to impress foreign journalists in the Hope that they would omit Froin their despatches aspects of news which the nazi administration preferred not to have discussed. A contrary effect is Likely to a achieved he adds. The Evn apathy of the correspondents with the tasks of the i government will be checked the Mutual Confidence enjoyed will be Kulli lied in a leading article protesting against or. Panter i arrest the London daily Telegraph asserts that he merely recorded the Plain facts of the Parade which of curved in the presence of vast multitudes it expresses the opinion that the German i government had blundered inconceivably and was following it up by an action which would raise the gravest of International ? issues. The article draws attention to the re cent statement of Herr Essex. A Mem of the bavarian Cabinet who invited foreign journalists to go every with open eyes and ears. We have i ohm to conceal and wish you to see everything he added. Spy report from Finland woman and 3 men arrested published in the times London. Saturday. The Delsi Over or an International Smo Inaze organisation is reported from Helm Lefors. Finland. To includes Lieut. Pen Tikkinen. Who a attached to the Finni a general stall As . According to tin tint cime. Dent. A film operator re Cej Tilv i s ii Mir in. Red it is believed that he went to Rusi i. But four of his Allied associates Uve been arrested. These include mrs. Marv Louis m Ortii. Who is believed to be a Canadian a l Arvid Jacobson. An american attending ? Tom Welsin corp University. Mrs. Martin was arrested while Ali wats dining with .1 number of . I re Onle in a luxurious Flat. The Nolis. I Nort that Thev found room Irnne Iii and �700 in Kulish Moi re in. Iivo ties bearing Nocial sinus in the Flat mrs. Martin is so in to a e arrived in a Iii in the Cirinc. B Ince then site1 has travelled Ctm Sivov. Nir it be i St one Trio to German v. Prince s trip to South Africa May be significant London. Snur Liv. On t i ? of Hie the ? no Tiit Oili civil if it t ? a it. At Ika. I Iii de or ? i i a it -.1 i travel As in Pena ii a ii i in i Lila Seifr. Vav in of Riu it. h i to it i ? i ?.? a of Iii a to t of crr ? go Maul of ? 1 cd rend � h. In ? Jar Iliili a. Kim wish t n u Rit on Ive Sii uld be -.?. ? ?-? to him pipe service. Cycling record in sight Melbourne saturday. Oie Richov of who on january 1 set out from me ? Bourne to better the world s 12 month. 1 Road cycling record of 36,007 Miles Hoiby a. A. Humbles England should be i new figures on monday Abou. I.30 p.ua., when he is due to arrive at to e Haymar ? bet. Sidoo he not out on his Jou Vuey i a Hae been Avera ins 118 Miles a Day. Thu Merit of his performances is i eater when it is remembered that he bad three bad Falls and attacks of influenza and Otto Hafk Neess of five occasions. In i i cd of this he did not raise a or ? Riding. Up to last night Nicholson Jii Aud Tot i since january 1 was 35,61 3% Uii ies in leave him about 3k Niles to i nip Lutc be i fore monday. Nicholson will have won for Australia the coveted world s j that has been in England s keeping of Many years. Gangsters kill publisher with shotguns i mail special representative ? Chicago saturday. Louie Cowen. Fisc a 37, was murdered to div by Gat gaters. He riddled by a voile from hot saws As he crot de a Street near his office in a suburb of Chicago. Ping ters be april in a motor car. Cow ii to a blushed the Cicero Tribune in ii Bari for porting w-=. Lie had been ii f a a it Ino at ?.-Ari acc a s Jim i u agent was rat ii i Iii a a. Ifor to Luvly stood ? to. Fire threatens House i i a ii. To it. A. Was .lt. ?, Liv i fir w ? it Rev tur. Loc a Vilu a is.-.-.-. I. a i by 1 1. ? a i i. i in i a. Llic l to i Lily in Usu ii ill i it v cause of tej i outbreak w not known. I cyclist Dies in head on Road smash i ? i two others taken to Hospital disobeyed parents Melbourne saturday. To Hen member of the North note and Fitzroy Amateur cycling club collided during a race on Epping Road. Glioma town this afternoon one ride was killed and two were injured. They were killed Richard Bailey aged 18 years a factory worker of Brunswick. A member of the Fitzroy club. ? injured Norman Freebairn of Northcote head injuries and John Gibson of Preston. I Freebairn was admitted to St. Vincent s 1 Hospital ? and Gibson was detained fort observation. ? a head on collision occurred. North i Cote who had a half mile Handicap were Finie Hinn towards the North while Fitz i i of were finishing towards the Outh. Bailey s parents who had forbidden him to race did not know that he was competing. Glenelg cars leave rails in City two Glenelg cars were derailed in Vic \ Toria Square shortly after 6 o clock ? tonight. The front car jumped the Points when turning from King William Street into Grote Street. The cars were off the line for More than half an hour during which time other cars were held up. A breakdown Pang replaced the trains. ? an enquiry will probably to held into like cause of the derailment. Crushed to death by fall of Earth Traralgon Victoria a. Saturday. A fatal Accident occurred at Malook today when Ernest Arthur Langmaid aged of. Of Traralgon was crushed to death by fall of Earth in a or drivel pit. Langmaid was loading a motor bus. With Arthur thou True and Oswald Pearcy i Langmaid. Hie son. Oswald Lan maid noticed that the Sand had bes run to slip or. ? and lie called to the other. After the1 Rush for safety it was noticed that Ernest Lan Maiu die Andeai de. He was co i Viletel covered with dirt and dead when t Oivind. The pit is. Dangerous and this is the. late Lite Ilia or occurred i Here Lanor Naid had previously been Ein Loyol by the Shire Cou Rii. And Only i recently left that position to work to his Sou. An inquest was opened before or. Pai Field. To. And tiry. And was Adjoui-de.1 i Iii . Car and motor Cycle meet head on when a motor car and motor of Vale Sidecar outfit met head on at Tho inter Tion of Bui Side and a Reenhill Road late this afternoon. Harold Henry Harris ased 50. Salesman. Of Katoomba Oarl. Vast Beaumont sufi trained severe and Solan abrasions Harris a Riding in the Sidecar. He As a Dinitte i u the Adelaide Hospital. The motor Evele was Ridden by Fuik Henry Harris a son of the Ini Ivd in a a Iii Herl direction alone Tiki sni ? mad. oar was driven Liv for. A. T. R Awn. Mail contractor of Caw s Gulliv. A outlier of the Drivers was badly Hurt. Quenching a thirst a competitor at the open Alsa Tian Doc. Shore held at Glent la to a f to Joying a Cool drink straight irom the tap. I the la of. Hore held banker s amazing exploits disclosures at enquiry sideline secrets Washington saturday. Further disclosures of the in Savory operations of big Bankers in the United. States were made today. I when Albert Wiggit retired recently from the management of the Chase National Bank a grateful a Ard of director voted him a pension of �20,00 for life. But when the Senate enquiry began its unpleasant disclosures of Chase methods Sharp criticism appeared to Centre around Wiggin e head and gracefully of announced the renunciation of this hand some pension. ? a new Climax was reached today when it came out that while presiding Over Chaee Wiggin was carrying along Side lines consisting of three personally owned corporations. Two millions profit with these in five years he made profits exceeding two million pounds. In one Case he Eold Short 60,000 shares of the com Pany of the affairs of which he had an inside knowledge because of his connection with Chase. Or. Winthrop Aldrich the present ? chairman of Chase National admitted on the witness stand that he was shocked at Wiggin s operations and claimed that the cts related were quite new to him. I he did not Denar that wig in Haw treated an artificial soar Jet for tie Bank s Tock. Ulm receives air Welcome Sydney. Saturday. Escorted by i i Flicht of welcoming planes which in eluded the Southern Cross. Flight Lieut. C. T. P. Ulm and his companions landed i at Mascot at 3.10 p. I. Today comp Litiuz the flight which save them the Enerlan a Australia record. Hovering in the air above him when he landed was Ulm e old flying mate. Sir i Charles Kingsford Smith in mis Southern Cross the plane in which he i invade the record Solo ilk it from England. I in c4iarles had arrived at Mascot shortly ? before 2 from Melbourne. I Lauu Hinc Zailo. Ulm climbed on to a motor lorry with Hie companions. P. Taylor and Scott Allen. His Mother his wife and lastly accompanied by a \ urst of Handia Riding Smithy vere ? helped us beside him. I new record for Atlantic trip lox Dox saturday. According to the cow Bourc correspondent of the daily mail the North German Lloyd liner. Jere inn has a Wadt a new Leonid for a trip ? i of Cherbourg to new York and Back. The time was 10 Days 7 hours s min. It is believed thai the company is plan icing to secure a still larger Chare of the North Atlantic passenger Trade in 1934. The machinery of both the Bremen a Uil Europa is being renovated and modified to give an increase of at least two Knote i i hour. Women Cut by Glass when two cars am into Coli i to n auzs i Lithway near. Ply met is Park to inight of several to inn receive to ship rat in juries. A car travelling inn Suzan ili2 -.v3a h Westerly dire Tion Eoli ded wit i car turning into n Street. The of l of in a Westerly direction was driven by m. ? Vincent Daly of Abbotsford Road. a. Mich Iii. And the Olimer be icle by or. Samuel Kniph or a i. Of morph Tivi. Mrs. Green and her Aua r i \ struck by we i. Mrs ire in la ipod a injury to Trio of. The breaking i Ivins cd. And abrasion to i h.11 in the car drawn by or. L by Lioy were treated by or. C. 1. K. Downing of Hij he in. Park at his surgery. Mins l in oily l Lill lips of Muhvich one of ii injun cd iou sustained a Cut lip end to in. Nose. The left hand Kui of one a i in ?. R was crushed. An a uni front. To thu ? we damaged. Car overturned but no one there Melbourne. Sai Urduja Jit a a movies along Uisch ours Ai Oil u Lon at a Hijra a pets. Aiu to ii n Era to the scr ii after Elj i Iliou Iii for an . . When a life i a Ribeil Llic spot thar. W ii a invt turned. Dill aug t re was i Sii i of any oink. An eni Ivy Revca Al Tiia. Uri i.,. In tre by Docili . To in ice belie to Tomt to i i a Siu i1. And Are Ina King Erk Guirio. Collision at Anunda Anunda. .-invir.li. Tvr. Ai Lviv ? Inion i Mil net. . i i on.? Naa Siuri. I in c.i-. ? -.-.-. Or. I. A. Obr to. Oai or of Jer tiny. And or. A. Hage also of . Tomorrow should be cooler hottest saturday night of season 82.8 at 7 . Delaide experienced the hottest saturday night for the season to right. The Seaf Roul from Brighton to Largs was thronged with people. Cooler conditions Are from feed for to Morrow by the government Meteorol Eist or. Bromley. The Centre of the disturbance is not far from Adelaide and it should Here during the Nicht he said. Indications Promise a Cool Dar to Morrow and the Chanze Nav Brina n Shower or two of rain the maximum Tom creature for the Day was recorded at 3 when the Reading was 96 decrees. The hoi iriv readings Ince the minimum of 55.6 degrees was recorded at 4.15 were .i5 . 55 12 noon. 92.3 5 . 57.0 i ? 92.5 6 ,. 59.0 2 . 94.1 7 ? 39.6 3 ? 96.0 8 ? 76 3 4 ? 91.3 9 . 82.0 5 ? 88.81 10 ? 86.4 6 ? 86.9 11 ? 89.8 7 ? 32.8 Kyan Cutta with a maximum tempera Ture of 103. And Cook. 102. Were the Only towns in the state to report readings of 100 Dez. Or More. A Westerly Chance had sweat Over the whole of the West co he 3 a. M \ while Defio rating a Castle with a Holifi on the Beach at Henley South this Ait noon. Kevin Williams aged eight of Wattle Street. Malvern. Collapsed a Vic Tim to heat stroke. His Tatlier blames Lack of Beach shelters for the boy s collapse. J the father who was pitting nearby on the Beach with or. Williams had Toj any the by to a bathing shed higher up on Tho ii Ali for so tic. J this incident May have Boon paralleled at any other Beach from Larrs to Mirin today. It ii Cut striking emphasis to Omlar agitation Tor More Beach shelter.1 la pics. Sore Heel Torrs arc erected i i Rel. Roc and the More severe a iof. A curtain Iii suit Sci. i ikir.3 i pi--=.- i i Iith. Vith Iiliii i1nic i -.v.-.,-s Tivit Iii til Uto. I 11v. w ? in ? ii . Iilu.i---,i int i Iii it. In. I i d in Sorli Iilva i a i i Ivi in. To.li-. Iiiiii-.- wr. Ii i a t i i it fit to i. Jii i. .1 ?-.?tin Teacior a o 11 Ai i ? re til. l o i i a by to t�3v i i pea 1 b Itti---. No moves against bathers tomorrow Uraih to we a the now Siyi Dat ii 1 filler \ ill a ill f i i i a ii inn Iii 1 Uii the la n. I viol i a. In Iikiy Tuiai a i.-. Uti. I Vul to taken unites people no Ait Ujj Nimo of Man have been i t a Lavina the of 1 Mieir bathers in. Jun to the Waist. La Loti ii n Aav apr i Aivil ii.-. -.-Licsted on Trio by aches yes. Lenity ii i today.tliro will i no Iii.na the Boaii it gl.iu .jnirruw. All lion a .1 ? ?uiistoi.c Wii \ is to Tii Inch in t a ?r.li.i ? i a Vii la. A. I i v -,1, in ,ict y -.i, ii. Wei t i i Sill it. I Vir of .?,.?. Ti.= Maci i my. I. it whip \,-ty.-& not . ? Iii- .i.i---. -.? ii Vinso is Rev. A Ili a. Ii. I ? a .?.?-.-. ? ? ? h ? i. I. .?-.-. A ? ? ? n.--,1 new Equine fashion sir Peter wearing a Bowler Liat Jor Protection from the hot Sun. A picture at Campbell Toton where the Adelaide horse Riding club held a sports of Fly. I earing a Sun. Picture at Delaide eyes on Melbourne cup Regilla is most talked of horse stage Clear for big turf carnival 1 petau and Oro supported from 4ithe mail special representative Melbourne saturday. With the stage now cleared for the Flemington racing carnival All eyes Are on the Melbourne cup candidates. Roguli the most talked of horse in Australia at present is already a hot favorite. An Early forecast of the probable place getters is Roeita petau. Oro. A Frilla began his career at a picnic meeting in new South Wales and since then has had a meteoric career. Last sea son he won the Caulfield and Sydney i cups and judged by Hie great perform Ance in the w. S. Cos plate today it it oing to take a grand horse to defeat him. 1 Regilla carried his cup weight 4 and Defeated his opponents who included the mighty Chatham pointless. Peter Jackson the Winner of the Moo Nee Valley cup is a it Abieniste of Gaino ? Carrington. Both Are raced by or. J. 1 a. Phillips the. Well known Victoria u bookmaker. Peter Jackson was weighted at 8 5 for the Melbourne cup but the handicapper now has the right to Rehan Dicapu him up to 10 la. For the Fleming i ton fro Miler. So far a can be gauged the cup horses Are fancied As follow 1 Melbourne cup Roj Rilla. I Oro petau. I Hall Mark pretzel Gaisie Carringto Blisten. Begal son Peter Jackson. Topical Trivento Ruach. I break up metallurgy flail Kvuei ?. Shadow King. J acceptances tuesday final acceptances for the will be declared at 2 . On Day. It costs �2 to nominate for llo�7.000 race the second Navmeet Beira i �3. And the third �45. So that it costs �50 to Start. \ sensational waiver info marked today s operation a at Mooney Valley. In one hand or. R. Janeen. Neuhans Aue Traisia s Foremost bookmaker. Laid �3.500 to �1.000 to a Sydney Backer who for Many tears was a successful bookmaker. Or. Jansen took the risk with ree ii son. And it is estimated that he Laid a to and proximately �6.000 against Tom Mooney Valley cud favorite. J real son sadly disco pointed. Chien. I because he was totally unsuited by tli2 Coulee. The Mooney Valley cup was o. Calli a Nan s biggest win. After the race he said that he did not fret a Chance to push Over 1 to the rails until the race was nearly Over. I foresaw some trouble in the big i Field and was determined that Pete Jackson would miss it. He had to cover a great Deal of extra ground but he did it Well he Eaid. I w. Cook. Ruach s rider thought he Hail won the race. He Eaid ? Ruach was b1v. J to move but when he started to Gallop he went very fast. A few strides from tin Post i made a last Effort a i appeared to get in front of Peter Jackson. The worst will be a dead heat i said to my self but looking Back i saw dip judge hoist to. 7. J. O Sullivan who Rode the favorite. Regal son Eaid that his horse never Wen Well. He was squeezed Early in the tace. And was never Able to get into his stride again. Stop press tonight s wrestling a Ihnn Lewi Defeated Tommy i an. By two Falls to one at the exhibition Bui Idius to Nischt. J 5000-Volt Shock Sydney. Hurled onto i by Niimi i u1 Uivi in cd Vitric he a of t in Otric Light i is Inion. Aix Lindria. Stevon Larkin 2.i of honit1 Iii. Ii w ? i a 12f .rouj.,1. Ii i.,.j i minister to oppose but Tine Bill wet Pajic 2. ? 5 valve super Heterodyne Eddy la Eddy s Ltd. N Rundle Street Adelaide band titles decided defeating Anunda by seven Points tha Melbourne metro obtain fire. Brigades hand retained the a Grade championship of South Australia at the Anunda band competitions tonight. Glen cog municipal won. The b Grade 1 Ham Piont hip from Magill by one Point. Tiie c Grade title went to. Holdfast Bay. Five thousand people were again present tonight. This afternoon s heat interfered with the Standard of playing by marching the. Lips of the Bondsmen and putting instruments out of tune said the musical adjudicator. Or. J. J. Kelly of new South Wales. Commenting on the work of he Bandi. Or. Kelly who is noted As a musical critic Caid that the lower Grade bands needed to drive closer attention to the con Ductor s Baton and the method of producing tone. There is no excuse for men not play i i a together they have Only to use their Eye he Eaid. ? ? Many of the pieces i3cked_ that rhythm Nii accent which is the Hie pulse of. Mii fic. If the pulse does not beat music becomes a Flat dead thing or. Kelly described the Standard of the a Grade bands As Good and that of the b and c Grade bands As fairly Pood. Full details on Page 13.