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Brisbane Courier (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Brisbane, Queensland National Library of Australia fish Oil in some form or other should be taken daily by every Man woman ch8ld. Dietitians say. Every cell in the body needs vitamins. Good health Good looks and Good tempers. Go hand in hand with Good diet and the proper intake of essential Vita mins. When our usual food is deficient in needed vitamins diet should be supplemented with Vitamin concentrates. One of the richest sources of vitamins a and d is found in cod liver Oil concentrate. Child Ren and adults must have these vitamins to maintain Good health. And the simplest and most convenient Way to achieve this in your family is to put everyone on regular daily dosage of. tablets of rag up cod liver Osl 3/6 at All chemists k ?53spte \ i Model planes Are fun1 i f -1/ i Sil any h0b8y is More enjoyable if of a s encourage your children to Chew the is bps i Jap or j some every Day. Wrigley s Spear m it or k by m a helps polish their Teeth a develop their Gums. M Ruhh. In f.m-. In. J.,. My Ilai. The Well known o Connell memorial at of is it \ if k a plea commend them to fellow bus Drivers and they the Busy Junction of o Conneil Bridge a Ras is were equally amazed at the instant Relief they and icon Neil Street Dublin. Bus is a obtained. Now it is a common practice of theirs 6 to have their Aspro always near them because Aspro the International headache Tablet solves an we bus Drivers seem to be addicted to traffic International problem the traffic headache. Traffic headaches flu and colds. Problems seem to be mounting in every City. Some will be solved some May not but there s always so now sir 1 take this Opportunity of Aspro to bring Quick Relief to Drivers harassed wishing you and yours Long life and happiness pedestrians and suffering strap hangers alike. Re As i am just after banishing a terrific headache member Aspro is valuable for those jump with reliable Aspro i am sirs nervy headaches it works in such a calming sort very thankfully yours Thos. Gerrard. Of was carry Aspro every Day you can take Aspro frequently a is us dlr is every Day before you Start out How frequently any headache or pain irritability and j Fez a �r8�zss� tear off a few Aspro tablets reliever should be taken is a matter of Ner viness f go Pill from the san tape strip. By individual needs but you May rest assured \ just try it Jeff Jav Wint Gie scially sealed in waxed paper Aspro tablets can be taken As often As in 2�s.w Mimi i Ltd Jwj i they can be carried in your hand necessary without fear of harm to the heart. A i 3ct fflnl3/ a in bag or pocket ready for the very furthermore Aspro tablets do not a lass is sett. Moment they re needed. Create a habit. Iii him a sub / ? i la Aspro now in More than 50 countries gh0 b1ccestsalein the world to consult with negotiator and three Hiek of Starr Churchill sees vast base As Rampart against reds j Ondon september 6 Aap sir Winston Churchill T probably this week will review personally with general sir Brian Robertson prospects of turning Britain s vast Suez canal base into a defensive International stronghold against communism. Sir Brian Robertson chief British negotiator in informal Anglo egyptian talks on the Suez canal base arrived in London Vester Lav from Cairo. He will report to the acting foreign Secretary lord Salisbury Early thib week. ? he is then expected to meet the prime minister for official consultations. Britain has said she will accept Egypt s demand to i withdraw troops from be inf. Only if the prime minister general Naguib agrees to arrangements for maintain ing base installations effectively for its use by Western allies in War. Sir Winston Churchill himself is supervising briefs sent out to Cairo for British negotiators. He is expected to Call in is three chiefs of staff for discussions after his talks with sir Brian Robertson. During his la Day stay in London. Sir Brian is expected to acquaint himself with the duties of Challmah of Britain s nationalised transport commission. He has accepted sir win Ston s offer of the Post and will probably take Over the Iob next month. Uprisings in new York or. Muk Cata Amin. One of the puh Lishers of Egypt s Dally paper Akbar. Said that if Britain did not agree to withdraw her troops from Egypt with in three months there will be armed uprisings and a catastrophe egyptians will to fighting the British he said Britain must end her military occupation be fore Egypt could begin a social Reform programme. Or. Amin added that egyptians Are concentrating on getting the British out Egypt has to be free in or Der to loin the free world the British Are stalling in their talks with Egypt thinking that time is their ally. The More time they waste. The More communism s spreading in the my dlr East gratitude for Aid to Persia Tolci Iuka septem 1 her 6 a at the i persian prime my Tilstra general Zahidi to i Day thanked president Eisenhower Attr the United slates speedy j Grunt of 43 million Dol Lars about �10,107, 000,. The Speed was particularly appreciated he said. My government will make every Effort to alleviate the existing financial and Echo Mac crisis in Persin. The government will by enabled for a limited period to take urgent Steps to put into effect plans designed to improve the living standards of persian people gesture to us Tahedl also promised to Start making maximum use of our National resources according to usually Well informed persian sources this phrase underlined the new government s willing Ness to try to Settle the Dis Pute with Britain Over nationalisation of the Anglo iranian Oil company s installations at Abadan. Ways of reopening negotiations with Britain Are being studied by a special committee set up by the persian finance ministry it is stated. Abadan costly maintaining the Abadan ? Oil installations now producing about five per cent of the former output is be tiered to Cost Persia about 535.000 a month according to american estimates the quickly deteriorating machinery could not is brought into full pro auction in less than two Vears. Britain welcomed the United states decision to Cive Persia emergency Aid. The foreign office said yesterday. It added that Britain had been consulted about the american decision. Austria move Vienna september 6 Aap Britain has decided to withdraw two of its three battalions occupying aus Tria. The British ambassador and High commissioner in Austria sir Harold Caccia explained that Britain would continue to carry out her four Power obligations in Austria but had decided to so everything possible to re Duce the Burden of occupation on the austrian people. Special advertisements ? 4. W. Carlton Mitil . London optometrist 121 Queen t. Opp Hunter s store. U0207. Advertisers announcements the health food of a nation of a fat i British a a character the popular pen with the marvellous Nib concur get trl a co. Ltd., London Pool air masses from the Canadian North arc ending the. United Inifi Rosic Nanri most damaging heat wave in 20 years. As the cooler air advanced across the mid West week and temperatures dropped into the 60 s and 70 s after 11 Days of above-90 degree readings. But several towns in new York state still reported temperatures of 97 degrees although it was Only 85 in new York City. The nation s toll of deaths attributed to the heat now stands at about 150, and damage to crops livestock and pasture from the Rockies to the Atlantic totals several million dollars. Aap Price Cut ranging from five to 30 per cent and affecting 10,000 different con Sumer goods including food nothing and building materials came into Force in Hungary yesterday Accord ing to Budapest radio. Aap the new zealand National i nitty won the annul in september open championship brass hand Content at Bolln Vuc Manchu mar. Aap ? Bechaud Knoth j3, arrested in Gladback the Ruhr on suspicion of 28 cases of indecent assault and robbery during the past five years had his pockets stuffed with women s Stock Ings. Aap former egyptian prime minister and Leader of the now dissolved wafd party Imus Taia Ai Nahas will be brought to trial before the graft court in Cairo Lieut. Colonel an War Al Sadat member of the Revo 1 u t i o nary Council has n n o unwed. Nahas would appear before the court in connection with a big Cotton Case in which the former Interior and finance minister Fouad Berag Al Din is accused of manipulating Cotton figures in his own interest. Aap ? sex Prince Abbas Halim a Cousin of sex King Farouk has been released from prison and placed under House custody. He was arrested after an abortive plot to overthrow the Nefe lib re Gime last january. Aap four germans were burned to death in their car after it collided with a near Muenster in West Germany. Aap French naval com Nan Dos killed 141 Vid Minh communists took 56 prison is and destroyed 120 sea going Junks in a Dawn raid an n red stronghold 160 titles North West of Hue. Johannes Halin. 56, German War criminal sentenced in september 1947, to 10 years imprisonment for ill treating and killing Allied nationals has been released from the British prison at Werl Westphalia. Aap ? soviet newspapers yesterday published or the first time in several years on announcement of the Call up and discharge of National servicemen. Aap ? Colour film and tape recording of Sydney girl Pamela Marriott Dodling ton s marriage to English Man Robert Garnett 30, at Corbridge Northumberland. England on saturday will be flown to the Bride s parents. Aap ? ? about 160 artists have entered sketches for a Monument at Collodi Italy to pinocchio the puppet who tie adventures have been translated into Many languages since they first appeared in 1880. Aap ? the Australia and new zealand Bank London head office manager or. C. E. Murch will retire after three months leave begin Ning on october 1. He has been with the Bank forty seven years. ? Japan is pressing for an Early conclusion to talks with the United states on a further relaxation of japanese Trade with communist China. Aap ? a russian Bullet from the russian japanese War. Buried in his thigh for nearly 50 years suddenly slipped out and fell to the ground when Vama 73-year-old japanese Farmer lifted a Bale of wheat on to his shoulder. Aap ? work on four British atomic Energy stations four Oil refineries and docks motor factories and steel works is being slowed by a strike of 3700 members of the communist led electrical trades Union Over a wave claim. Aap Mil fit a a Rahns sir Winston silent on Cabinet t Ondon septem u Ber 6 sir win Ston Churchill re Mains a my Stern wrapped up in All Enigma. He is an Oyster a mask a Kremlin All unto himself. Whether he is going to carry on the Leader ship much longer is a secret he shares Only with his poodle. Whether he is going to reconstruct his ministry on a major scale is something even the poodle does t know. As if to taunt All the political stargazers who have been re Maolne his Cabinet for him sir Winston hns switched a few ministers about Small Fry however Churchill reshuffles but keeps the aces is the nicest comment i have heard on this. Eden the key it is legitimate How Ever to look on Anthony Eden As the. Key to Churchill s secret. The grand old Man is de finitely known to favour the Knight in shill ing Armour As his Suc Cessor. Or. Eden still convalescing in Mediterranean Sunshine is due Back soon either to establish his fitness i or to confirm what the i pessimists have been i saying. T but it remains a fact 1 that after his three = operations he is find j ing it hard to build ? himself up again. His = capacity to take fat = producing foods k of 1 felted who will be prime minister of Britain when the Queen is in Australia next year. You have three names in the hat Churchill Eden and Butler. Churchill s old Friend and confidant lord Cherwell who is visit ing Australia this month is As discreet As his master. Churchill makes it a firm prac Tice never to see the press. So does Cher Well. It s his unbreakable Rule says his Secre tary. Will australian news men be Able to break him Down perhaps it s no help to know that lord Cherwell is a non smoker Teet taller and vegetarian. Sad season it is nearing that sad season in England when the Earth wearied of its Harvest. Across the Lovely wooded Countryside the leaves Are turning Golden. Autumn comes even to the vast City the Fluffy seeds of the Willow Herb and the Mil wort blow off the bombed Sites and and Here wistfully to Bowler hats and Black Coats. With it come the mists deepening into the fogs. And with the fogs comes the threat that each year alarms the More nervous City Dweller. Killed 4000 last year s Sulphur Laden smog killed 4000 in four Days. Scientists now gathered at a Liverpool Confer ence warn the nation of a of Onmi Haiti mint he done. The fumes in = London s air Are now i so corrosive that they i Are eating away the i Walls of Westminster Abbey. What must = they be doing to Lon doners lungs i health care \ the australian health minister sir Earl j Pago has t in the course of a few clays j hesitated to Tell i britons what to thinks i of their National health i service. Patients in Britain i he says pass like j sheep through a race j i wonder if sir Earl has had time to look j into All aspects of the service. I i must say that Many j families i know find it j both a Comfort and a i Blessing. And Many of the doctors swear by it. The wife of a Friend j has just had a serious i thyroid operation with pre and Post Pera tonal care. She found everything efficient and i encouraging. And All i of course on the government j certainly there Are weaknesses and abuses. But is it fair to stress these and not mention the benefits him Iii to Mii Iii or. Edin or in Terr old Soi driers. New York september 6 Aap the old soldiers of the United states army paid their last respects yesterday to general Jonathan Wail Wright. Hero of Bataan and Corregidor who died at 70 on wednesday. D5p-�rt ont with letter Frrtz 1914 dead Soldier s note Paris september 6 Aap Pierre Dubois of the Village of Flavy be Martel has received a letter written by his son on August 15, 1014, from the Allied front lines. But the son a French army lieutenant died in 1925. From War wounds. The letter was postmarked August 11, 1953, at tools Dorf Germany. A note on the envelope said it had been found after an air raid in the last War. Excl on Korea murder charge in firing squad Shadow for at least two years from him new Volli staff Mew York september 6 to sergeant Robert Torh 21, took one step away from the firing squad yesterday Bur he still stands in if Chadow. His Mother and Sisters kissed him in tears As he walked out of a civilian court room in Washington free for the first time in 180 Days. But Toth grim and silent showed no Joy. He knows the Shadow will be there for at least two More years while judges and lawyers Battle out the strange Case of the Man the air Force wants to try for murder. Toth was stationed in Taegu Korea the night last september when a Tipsy South korean Civi Lian blundered into the area of an air Force bomb Clunie. Shooting order the sentry s Warmou shots got him out of bed. Then As Toth tells it. The korean tried to grab a service pistol As the sentry and himself were taking him to the officer of the guard. The officer a lieutenant ordered the Man to be shot Toth says. He and the sentry took the korean to a quiet spot. As he drove Back to the guard House he heard a shot. Later he Sav the korean lying dead on the ground. This year Toth had Al ready been honourably Dis charged for two months before the air Force uncovered the killing. In May Toth a civilian was working in a Pitts Burgh steel Mill when four air Force police walked in and arrested him. 20 years jail six Days later he was to Korea awaiting court mar tial for murder. The lieu tenant still in the air Force and already Deen sentenced to 20 years jail and the sentry to two years. Last week Toth. Wan. Pale and 211b thinner came Home under air Force guard for the court to take its ruling yesterday the court ruled that he should be released and set him free on bail. But last night the an Force had already Jeiven notice of appealing through every court in the land. Tun sh5b�hffllrip in Fly a circular has recently been received from consolidated press Ltd. Containing an offer for the existing shares and also in the press there was an announcement of another offer from John Fairfax & sons pay. Ltd. It was also announced that unissued capital amounting to �678,674 is to be issued at Par to John Fairfax & sons pay. Ltd. These Are matters which vitally concern All shareholders of associated newspapers Ltd., and it is suggested that a general meeting be called so that they will have an Opportunity of discussing just what the offers Are and which is in the Best interests of the shareholders. Under the articles of association 10% of the shareholders can Call an extraordinary general meet ing and it is suggested that shareholders who agree to this should do so. If you Are in favour of calling such a meeting please fill in the form set out below and Forward it to me f. H. Hacking at Box 1295, g.p.o., Sydney. To the directors no. Of shares ? associated newspapers Ltd., i we the undersigned member s of the above named company do hereby pursuant to Section 94 of the companies act 1936 and in pursuance of the articles of association of the company require you to Convene an extraordinary general meeting of the company forthe purpose of considering and if thought fit. Passing the following resolutions 1. That the directors of the company place before the share holders in general meeting within fourteen Days from the passing of this Resolution the whole of the facts relating to their determination to Issue �678,674 of fresh capital to John Fairfax & sons pay. Limited and their reasons in detail Why they consider the Issue of such fresh capital is better in the interests of the share holders than continuing negotiations with consolidated press limited in regard to its offer to Purchase the existing Ordinary shares at �1 per share or More. 2. That before proceeding further to implement any agreements with John Fairfax & sons pay. Limited the directors at such general meeting place the offers from John Fairfax & sons pay. Limited consolidated press limited including that company s offer to Purchase at �1/5/ per share and any other concerns before the shareholders so that they May judge for themselves what offer is in their own Best interests to accept. 3. That the directors fully investigate All possibilities and offers past present and future to ascertain the Best arrangements which May be achieved in the interests of shareholders and that any such offers be put to the shareholders at such general meet ing before acceptance. Dated this ? Day of ? # ,953 signature of member s ? ? address ? ? ? note in the Case of joint holders All holde7smus7sg a ivpt3 Al of no Are we getting any healthier ? doctors Aytha new the Hague september 6 Aap new ? and More insidious diseases Are taking the place of others cured by medical science doctors at the world medical association general Assembly agreed yes Gerdav. The 550 delegates adopted at the closing plenary less Ion this de a caration experience does riot seem to prove that Man on the whole is Getty he healthier by every step Forward of the welfare state. Some old scourges have been taken away from him but new and More insidious ones Are taking their place a 12-Point social Security memorandum adopted by the Assembly urged Freedom for doctors in their treat ment representation by the medical profession on state schemes and the Freedom of patients in their Choice of doctors and hospitals. It stressed that it was against the Public interest for doctors to be Salari Durvant of the state and that compulsory health insurances should cover Only patients who could not afford to make private arrangements. Partners in Aust scheme i Ondon september 6 Aap i Australia s health minister sir Earle Page in Glasgow yesterday described what he called the differ ence Between australian and British health schemes. In Australia every participant is a partner in Britain the scheme is financed out of taxation and nobody cares a Damn he said. Sir Earle told a press con Ference in Glasgow that aus. Thalia was giving the world s most generous allowance to dependents in its Campaign against tuberculosis. Soi s Cumi i h 1 your parcel goes on the next aircraft. 2 you advise consignee of flight number. 3 your parcel is available half an hour after aircraft arrives. Upu a no famine fear in . A Ashington Ember j Aap the american people Are multiplying More i Iii Tiiu govern Niento experts thought they would. But agricultural economists in the government arc confident the nation s food Supply can keep Pace with this rapid growth. A year ago the census Bureau looked ahead and estimated that the popu lation of the United states would reach 100 million by 1975. The Bureau recently re Vised the estimate and has come up with a new fore cast close to 221 million if the trend of the past three years holds. Present popu lation is about 160 Millian. Use science american officials Point out that other nations indict and China reached mighty proportions Many years Ayo and had been plagued Wlton famine off and on for Cen Turies. But . Government economists stress that greater scientific utilisation of crop lands is America s Best weapon against Ali threat of famine in the face of population press urls

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