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Brisbane Courier (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Brisbane, Queensland National Library of Australia Nairobi september in i a a military police have arrested scr Ceant Jeremy Allen 20, of the Kenya regi ment and two african privates of the King s african rifles the arrests followed move than three months investigation by civilian police into allegations of the murder of two Mau Mau suspects made by a London barrister or. Peter Evans deported from Kenya last year. A spokesman at Nairobi Headquarters said no formal charges had yet been preferred against the three soldiers but they would be dealt with by a military court within the next few Days. Kenya born sergeant Allen has been serving. With the Kenya regiment since the beginning of the Mau Mau emergency last october. In defence or. Evans was deported from Kenya by the govern ment As a prohibited Immi Grant he took part earlier this year in the trial of Jomo Kenyatta and five other african leaders at Kapen Guria assisting the defence team led by British Queen s counsel or. D. N. Pritt. Some give in Nairobi september 6 f Aap seventy six Mau Mau terrorists surrendered voluntarily to a company of British troops 15 Miles West of Nyeri according to an unconfirmed report issued by the government press of fice. Adveittlseks1 annoy Queensland airlines sink Brisbane with Barcaldine by Iola Boson. Bundaberg Cser Monit Cun Namuia Emerald Gay Ndah Good Windi Kin Garoy Longreach Maryborough Monio Murton Oakey Rockhampton St. George Yhan Gool Mondai Toowoomba Sydney freight and passenger bookings All travel agencies or phone b455 i the past it a the future j i ,.r_ Msj jul that Frederick York Wolseley patented Tho first sheep Shear ing machine which changed the Outlook of the Industry i ust alias have played or a prominent part in invent ing and perfecting Many of the things which have proved so important in the development of our nation. This Bank too was founded in the Early Days to assist the Progress of the Colony. To Day still owned and controlled by australians we offer a modern and efficient banking service to those who seek it and to those who wish to take part in the further development of our country. The commercial i banking company of Sydney limited i established 1b34 j with which is amalgamated i the Bank of Victoria limited o new us plane air work horse from our London stall i Ondon september u g a new British plane the iipr3, May a Enlace the dc3 As work horse of Australia s Shorter air routes. A Large Metal Model of the plane will be on View at Farnborough air Dis play on monday. It has been designed by Handley Page after care Ful study of airline requirements in All continents. The firm claims the four eng inc aircraft will be cheap and a profit maker. Capable of carrying from 36 to 44 passengers or three tons of freight it is designed to take off from a 1000yd grass air strip for a 1500-mile hop. Accent is on Speed Power it s Good to know Britain has t i forgot Len needs of the smaller overseas opera Tor in a display where the a count will be on a Psid Anil Power. For the Royal air Force will show its three v bombers Vulcan Vali ant and Victor each capable of carrying a big atomic Load to a Distant target at near sonic Speed. Supersonic swifts and Hawker Hunters of the fighter defence Force taken from the head of a production line from which hundreds will follow will be demonstrated. The Navy will show its Short sea Mew a Utility submarine Hunter ordered straight off the drawing Board. World Bank to meet Washington septem Ber 6 Aap the world Bank and International monetary fund eighth an Nual meeting opens Here on wednesday. Most of the free world s finance ministers will be on hand to talk about Trade problems. The Complex matter of convertibility of currencies is Likely to be the most important subject raised and it will serve As a Spring Board for talks on Trade not a direct matter of con Cern to either the Bank or the fund. Informal discussions Are expected also on the problem of when and under what circumstances should any extensive Trade be promoted Between the free world and the communist Iron cur Tain bloc of nations. Last Day of operation big switch allies worn on pan Mun Jon september 6 Aap the communists to Day returned 123 United nations prisoners of War on the last Day of operation bit switch the total included 111 americans one More than the communists promised to return eight British four turks one South african and one tavanese. The last United nations prisoner to be repatriated in the operation which began on August 8, was an american first lieu tenant Theodore r. Har Ris of Van Guys Cali fornia. Colonel l. C. Friedersdorf senior United nations Mem Jer of the repatriation com Mittee said at yesterday s meeting that the United nations had. Completed its list of known Allied prison ers who had not been repatriated. Can alter mind he told the communists if any of these men have not been returned by the end 3f this operation we shall ask for an explanation for their non appearance colonel Friedersdorf said if any communist pow now refusing repatriation changed their minds after operation big switch ended they would be returned to the communists. The communist delegates replied that Allied pow re fusing repatriation would also be freed if they changed their minds before it was time for them to be handed nver to the Neutral nations custodial commission. 88,510 Exchange the prisoner Exchange ended on its 33rd Day. The communists have returned 12,753 Allied prisoners and the United nations com Mand has handed Back 75.757 chinese and North koreans. The chinese to Day received Back their to prank ing prisoner major general we Che Teh whose capture had been a closely guarded Allied secret. I Manchester guardian i in Arnm Manchester whether the Christian democrats or the social democrats come out on top in the West us wimp i Tulius a miamis less than the fact that the rest of Western Europe can work Well with either group. On fundamentals they Aren t far apart. Both parties Are democratic in the proper sense both Are anti authoritarian and both favour Friendship with the British and american governments. The is times Independent t Ondon the . Secre tary of state or. Dulles May find himself handicapped by the need to fit his policies to the Stan Dard that he set for them on taking office that they should be sufficiently decent and moral to con form to the american pub Lic s idea of what is right. It is of course True that without the idealism which in peace and War went into its building the present Reliance of free nations must collapse. Slac ctn 3ork Crim cos. Independent Pew York behind mos cow s honeyed words rises he awesome mushroom loud of recent soviet nuclear explosions which Ive the lie to past soviet denials of War production. That we must continue to negotiate for peace is an elementary truth but to expect that any miraculous session of negotiation can and the threat of soviet aggression is to Overlook the magic history of broken communist promises which of abundantly crowd the record of the past decade. On the other hand the Boundary Between political and moral judgments can be easily blurred. The weather the weather Bureau forecasts that to Day will be Fine. Full forecasts iss Uril at s pm yesterday Metrio Tomtan. Fine. Mild. Light variable winds tending mod Cratt North Enst in the Queensland. Pine except Lor some scattered Light showers along the fur North tropical const. Mild to warm tempera lures. Very isolated Light Frost on South Eastern Downs Mode rate to fresh South cast winds tropical coast elsewhere Light North cast to North. J Queensland coastal Waters. North from Pine Inlet. Scad moderate to patches rough. A moderate South cast swell. Winds South East. 15-20 knots. Isolated Light showers North tropical Waters. South my Tine islet smooth to slight seas. Winds East to North East. 5-15 Aio Keton Bay and adjacent coast. Smooth seas. Light variable winds freshening North East 15-30 knots in the after noon with Choppy conditions in the Bay temperatures temperatures with humid ties at 3 pm in Queensland centres and capital cities yesterday Max hum Man 3 pro Brisbane. 1 i i so too bomb ? 10 10 38 Townsville ? 80 61 62 Mackar ? is 55 02 Longreach ? 85 16 53 Cloncurry 87 20 57 Char Letulle ? 83 13 47 Hor Hampton. 18 52 56 so ency. 82 20 55 Canberra �. 68 3.1 41 Melbourne ? 68 42 55 Llo Barl ? 58 37 40 Adelaide. ? it 46 49 Perth ? 66 72 35 Brisbane s maximum tempera Ture. 75.5deg at 12.15 pm. Was idea above Normal. Humidity was 4 Pir cent. The minimum temperature. 50.1deg at 0.20 am was 4.7dcg below Normal. Humidity was 88 per cent. The state s highest recorded temperature yesterday was 91 dec at Normanton. Mails overseas. By sea India. Ceylon Fiji. Tonga. Samoa i letters 9.30 am. Iter air Europe Middle East. Near East. Malaya new Caledonia 4 am us. 12.30 pm Hong Kong Japan Canada. 5 pm. . By sea Aden. British East Africa Norfolk is land letters0.30 am indo Nesia Malaya letters8 am. By air Aden Egypt Malaya. South Africa 4 am no 9 am 5 pm us 12.30 pm fill .a Canada. 5 pm Papua new Guinea Rabaul. 9 pm. Shipping due in. Parr Koola from .a 8.30 am inc Stead l1711 Cardross from Sydney 10 am circular Quay. B3137 Barossa from Newcastle 5 pm Bop mw2225 Pioneer reef from Melbourne pm Mercan tile l2531 clan Maclennan from 8.30 am Hamilton no. 2. M4271. Due out. Paring Lor us. 6.30 am new farm. Lw1021. Sun Moon tides Sun rises 5.55 am. Sets 5.37 pm. Moon rises 5.2 am. Sets 4.42 pm. High water at the pile Light will be 5ft 3.cln at 8.54 am. And 6ft 4. Bin at 9.5 pm. Low water will be 8.4ln at 3.0 am. And 7.2ln at 2.40 pm. Anniversaries 1859. Municipality of Bris Bane proclaimed. 1893. Temporary Victoria 1940. London Blitz began notes on the Chart. The anti Cyclone centred North of new zealand has a Ridge of High pressure extending West wards into the Northern half of Australla. This is essentially a Fine weather influence the Redse however is maintaining a moist South Easterly inflow of air to the far North tropical Mast were Cio Uay. Conan tins with some scattered Leht showers Are Likely. A rather in Active trough associated with an intense depression Well South of the. Continent is moving rapidly across the great australian bight. This system is not expected to have any marked effect on existing weather in Queensland. 2bqj3ebs13sjhly interlude Between sessions of the annual ? conference in Brisbane yesterday of the Queens land student nurses association for these four nuni trainee nurses. Liev Are left to Richt the Csc o Donohue Marie Colliss Janet tar lick and Shirley Langdon. The Csc is presi Dent of the Brisbane Gen eral Hospital student nurses association and Shirley is Queensland president of the association. I Rabbit pie Isi off in Paris from our own staff pairs september 6 not a restaurant in Paris to Day dares to of for in Lith. Niomi n menu and normally France eats about �25 million of Rabbit meat year. I French fur Inan fac lures who use about 85 million Rabbit skin yearly now fear they will i have to import supplies. These Are just two re suits of the rapidly spreading myxomatosis plague which is wiping i out France s once vast Rabbit population. Myxomatosis has also j directly devastated som parts of the French i Economy to such an extent that newspapers do scribe it As a National j catastrophe gossip angrily blames i a Rich land owner near Paris for importing myxomatosis serum to remove pests damaging his estates. I i Blue nursing service two Thompson estate pensioners both Over 70, Are a Moog Brisbane s needy who Are benefiting from the newly formed Blue nursing service. Ine husband is seriously ill and his wife has to have an injection every Day for a heart complaint. The Rev. Arthur Preston held a dedication service for the nursing group yesterday in the West end methodist Mission. The service is mainly for people who need medical or critical Domestic help in their Homes especially old people and Young mothers. It was inspired by the ideals of the Mission to the nation. Volunteer plea preaching in the West end Mission yesterday or. Preston said Many Physil Cal disorders can be traced to disorders of the mind and spirit it was a great pity that there had hot been closer co operation Between the medical profession and min listers of the Christian Church. It is hoped that the Blue nursing service will Foster such a spirit of co operation in Brisbane he said. I Emerald Council error halts budget Emerald by Tele phone because of Cleri Cal errors the Emerald Shire Council is unable to Adolf its budget for 1953-54. At a special meeting last week the Shairman or. E. B. Dearden told the coun cil that the budget for 1952-53 had been under estimated by �2872/7/4 in the Council s no. 1 division. He said a loss of about �1000 was made in the general fund during the year. When the last Bud get was adopted. In october 1952, a credit of �898/5/11 was shown for no. 1 division when it should have been a debit of �?1974/1/5. The new Shire clerk or. A. G. Wassell said last night that he had referred the matter to the local government director or. J. A. Sewel who had asked the Council to with hold the new budget while he investigated the old one. In Brisbane last night or. Sewell said he would seek an order in Council for More time for the Emerald Council to adopt the budget. Refresh need in religion there was a danger some times in the Church that incidentals might obscure the real purpose of christianity the Rev. R. E. Pashen said yesterday. Preaching in St. Paul s presbyterian Church he said that people should refresh themselves on the primary basis of religion. Toss or we Hplu m am your a inv a Ford factory schools 431m \ of Ford trained mechanics 4% a pot dealers employ mechanics trained in Ford fac there s Only one place to ? a a \ 1 toy schools Man who Ria y know. Ford efficiency gain this extra better know a%1 1\ \ it by cause the h3ve Bce instructed Jaccoi din8 y ledge in the service schools my � v � factory approved methods of Ford motor company of \ reducing experimenting doing the Job with the where so Many mechanics a Ulvi \ c Cancun c that Means be or Retsuk now copy a by Ford 1 fo5\4ml\ � -mustri6h equipment Dahl cars Learned then y \ la Williw \ � genuine Ford parts \ or with the same precision lit and High Quality As the a of was �0 bring you Ford built car offre a c blk Home for Serotte a ?. Fs61-3s ? big crowds on beaches Fine warm weather Drew hundreds of North and South coast beaches yesterday. Only incident reported was l minor Rescue at surfers Paradise where a youth was aught in a Gutter a few t Ards off Shore. Average to big crowds at ended other beaches but surfing conditions were not Ideal. A Cool North East Breeze and rough surf at some places confined most Beach oers to Sunb Akinfa. Cattle outlet from 4 areas a rail line from Queensland into the Northern territory would provide outlets for cattle from four areas the acting Premier or. Duquan said last night. Me proposed Suu Muei Dafarra Newcastle Waters link would allow transport of cattle from the Barkly tableland to the fattening pastures of the Chan Nel country he said. If connected to the line running South from Darwin to Daly Waters it would pro vide outlets for cattle for these additional areas ? the Kimberley in North Western Australia. ? the area Between Dar win and Katherine in the Northern territory. ? the Region around the Gulf of Carpentaria. Main Handicap j or. Duggan said the main handicaps to beef production in Northern Australia were Lack of railway trans port to shift drought stricken cattle and inadequate water and fencing. Or. Duggan was discuss 1 ing the defence and Security of Northern Australia. The Bureau of agricultural economics had estimated that beef cattle in North Ern Australia could be in i creased by nearly 40 per cent. This could be done if stations were properly watered fenced and managed cattle in tick infested areas dipped regularly and Ade quate transport provided. Keen for Wool wide Competition is expected for the 70,000 Bales of Wool to be offered at the first 1953-54 Brisbane Sale which starts to Day. Wool brokers say the Wool has fewer vegetable faults than that offered at last week s Sydney sales. Japan is expected to be a heavy buyer As Queensland Wool is very suitable for japanese Mills. ? May vote on us up Cabinet Menzies states View Canberra by Telegram the prime minister or. Menzies will not oppose the principle that part of a Federal Liberal country party Cabinet should be elected by rank and me government members. Or. Menzies has indicated privately that he does not consider selection of the full Cabinet by the prime minister to be necessarily me Oeser course. The state Liberal party convention in Brisbane on Friday car ried a motion urging that be third of Liberal Fede ral Cabinet ministers be selected by the party s Leader and the remainder by vote of the rank and file. This will find Strong sup port among a Large group of Liberal private members particularly from new South Wales. The position at present is that Liberal members have no say in the formulation of Federal policy beyond the offering of advice or criticism at party meetings and the More drastic step of voting against the govern ment in the House. Government members also ind that some ministers. Particularly Junior ministers consider their responsibility is towards the party Leader who selected them and not towards private members. I Independent. Liberal Cabinet ministers Are thus in a much More powerful and Independent position than labour ministers who must justify their actions to the labour rank and file which selected them and which votes on their decisions at caucus meetings. J election of All or part of i Cabinet by popular vote would not mean domination of Cabinet by the two big i Gest states. I the number of portfolios Jcck each state could be allotted and the vote taken to fill each state s quota of no intr of hrs bikinis worry at Townsville Powns Volle by Telegram Bikini bathing suits arc causing concern at the Townsville Lily Iii Iii s Unni Niue Ern Baths. Following the Early appearance this season of a Brief costume the Baths management has warned that the bikinis arc not allowed. The Baths manager or. T. G. Nichols said yesterday we consider the Bikini suit goes too far. Offenders Here have not been teenage girls but Well proportioned mature women. No one has been or dered from the Baths for wearing a Bikini but everyone knows the cos tunic cannot be worn Here musical award the first award of the Elsa Otralia scholarship has been made to miss Joy Mii men. Of Melbourne. announcements 8m11a _ pit enc no. 126499 if you want to Stop pain of rheumatism neuritis fib Rositis. La Mambo sciatic ask f your chemist for la tin men c the Only relieves Pun and in Flam i lion Bur say users keeps them Litigen attacks the germs which a lists their poisons and help the system build up resistance against them. As the inflammation is reduced pain cases swelling a i r is. To Slep be T1 feel better All ways. Costs Only a few Pence per Day. Tested by thousands of cases. Proved successful where All else failed. 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