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Broken Hill Barrier Miner Newspaper Archives Sep 13 1954, Page 1

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Broken Hill Barrier Miner (Newspaper) - September 13, 1954, Broken Hill, New South Wales Dont go without i a. J. Benjamin s of broken Hill pay. oxide a Patton streets a a Well get it ? j extejt ced to. Wet Zatt Vage 2 for bouquet and softness or w ii Aiom China coast War position is explosive planes hit Hong Kong monday the explosive situation along the South China coast be came worse today. Nationalist chinese warships yesterday established a 160-mile patrol and bombarded Tangshan Penin Sula 70 Miles South of Amoy. Nationalist planes yesterday struck for the seventh successive Day in the Vicinity of Amoy opposite nationalist held Quemoy Island. Russell Spurr. London daily express coir Epson Clent now on Quemoy is. A id in a despatch today in convinced thai Chiang Kai Shek s Menor Quemoy Are going to fight to the death but i have also an uneasy feeling they arc fighting for a powder Keg. An invasion of this Isle could set off a violent International Spurr said that in the present air raids on the Mainland backed by their artillery on Quemoy and their destroyers at sea Chiang s nationalists were hitting heavily at the communists for the first time in five years. ". Help spi Irr further ? said he asked a nationalist naval commander if he believed the americans would help to defend Quemoy. Of course he replied. Supposing the communists threw in everything they had got and set off world War Iii he was asked that would suit us was the reply. Chiang Kai Shek s patrol Ling warships covered the coast from Shihchu Bay 35 Miles North East of Quemoy Island to swat 125 Miles South West. It was assumed Here the nationalist warships were searching for communist Junks believed to be assembling for an invasion of Quemoy Island. The chinese communists were reported to have 100,000 troops on the Mainland / near Amoy about three Miles from Quemoy. Inspection major Gen. William Chase head of the United states military advisory group of nationalist China returned last night after inspecting Quemoy s defences and con Ferring with the Garrison commander Gen. Liuyu Chuang. J a puzzling aspect has been1 the absence so far of any intervention by the communist ail Force. It has raised the question of whether the communists might be holding Back the use of air Power until they were ready for a massive assault on Quemoy. Got new hair by mistake London a doctor who treated two 70-year-old patients for cramp ended up by producing full crops of hair on their Bald Heads i or. John Kelvin of Glas Gow reports in the British medical journal that he gave the patients Rodicol tablets -. A new drug developed in Britain last year. The patients reported the surprising hair raising phenomenon. Rodicol is a drug which acts on the veins and helps the circulation of blood. The makers Are now investing its apparent effect on circulation of blood in. The Scalp. ? a ? Ivy a manager hoi v Viz. Hank i the new manager for the j . Bank. Or. My. Par to a and . Par ton arrived Jin broken Hill yesterday afternoon. The present my a Gei or. J. Venning is to a leave on tuesday for Kadina to take up duties As Many a Ger of the . Bank or. Parton comes from the Bank at port fairy where he has been in charge f or the past two years. Be fore he went there or. Par ton was at Parkes. I ? or. Par ton. Said today that i he was sure he was going i to enjoy and appreciate the climate Here in broken Hill after the weather Iii port fairy."-. " v j a keen bowls player. Or. Parton Hopes to play during his stay Here. S i Eis of via Pfay classes a or. A. W. Cleary s tech Finical College classes in shorthand theory and Type i writing will be held As usual tonight. J mr., Cleary is still ill but Hopes to resume duty on i wednesday. His classes a will by taken tonight and tomorrow night by miss b. Williams t y a i Ziel s protest on Menzies statement Sydney Alan John Dalziel told the espionage Royal commis Sion today he had sent a Telegram to the prime minister because he resented or. Menzies making a statement under parliamentary privilege. He said or. Menzies had told parliament that if he related All he knew about i Dalziel and Fergan o Sulli Van the Federal opposition Leader or. Evatt would not be in parliament. Dalziel private. Secretary to or. Evatt was summoned to the commission with Albert Grundeman or. Evarts assistant Secretary called to the witness Box and questioned by sir Gar. Field Barwick . For the i australian Security services Dalziel said he had been or. Evatt s Secretary for 14 i years. ,. I he alone had composed i the Telegram which he Lead i sent to the p Ime minister i on August 14.asked by sir Garfield if he had talked to anyone about the contents of document a Dalziel said be heard it Dis-1 cussed among. Parliamen-1 tartans in the Federal rooms in ?.sydney."he had heard rumours and political talk about it. J sir Garfield did you Send the Telegram to get publicity for yourself ? Dalziel absolutely not. Did you Send it to get publicity for anyone else ? no. F asked if he had any idea a of getting a Church meeting Dalziel said he sent the Telegram because of what a or. Menzies had said in the House. Sir Garfield said he did not accept Dalziel s answer that he had never seen document. J. His question was a step to something else. Chickens Yosi in fire. A Chicken Brooder at a poultry farm at 87 Cummins Street was badly damaged by fire last night. The Brooder which was warmed by a kerosene Heater caught fire shortly before 7 o clock. About 600 chickens were being raised in the Brooder at the but 25 were saved. \ the Centre a fire brigade i was called but the occupants of the property had subdued the Blaze by smothering. \ the Brooder is owned by or. W. J. A Boston. John left and Peter Toogood were at outer Harbor on saturday to meet their parents or. And or. A. H. Toogood who arrived in the orontes. The Toogood boys fought out the final of the australian Amateur Golf championship their father greeted them with hello talks in London . Nguyen Hue. A Vietnam Delegate to the sixth Congress of the world movement for world Federal government in London pictured with lord Beveridge left president of the . Federal Union and Gen. R. Larsen president of the world movement. ? Genll sen. An Arctic explore was com Mander of the free norwegian air forces Diplomat in car crash Canberra or. K. Kaki Subo second ranking Japan Ese Diplomat in Australia his. Wife and. Two children were injured last night when his car swerved off the Road and crashed near Bowral about 120 Miles from can Berra. Or. Kaki Subo fractured knee Shock and bruises . Kaki Subo fractured spine and 20-month-old daughter Yoko Cut forehead and Shock Are in Canberra hos Pital. My Saka six year old daughter was treated for Shock. " that a of death disaster hits 3 countries quakes storms London sunday reports of three disastrous events More Earth tremors in Al Geria a great Hurricane sweeping America s Atlantic coast and a typhoon menacing Japan poured in today. The quake death Roll is mounting and seems Likely to reach 1400 the . Burri j Cane has killed at least 20 people. ? a new York message to i night said the Hurricane swirled into the Canadian maritime provinces today leaving at least 20 people dead and an 50 million Dollar �a22 million damage in its. Path along the Eastern Seaboard. Drowned Maine was hardest hit by the fifth such storm of the season. Police said at least six. " people were drowned and were missing throughout the state. Winds and Waves smashed Seaside Homes and knocked out communications to 40 communities1 Captain Frederick Watts master of the. Cunard liner Media " said today ? the Hurricane stirred up the fiercest winds s i have Ever heard or seen or Felt in my 35 years at sea. Some Waves were 70 feet High. Router s Tokio Corres-1 pendent said police and fire a brigades were feverishly getting ready today to meet the approaching typhoon. Huge Waves Batte de Tho japanese coast about 24 hours ahead of the typhoon which is expected to be the worst to hit Japan. Since 1934 when 2,700 lives were lost. Joo . Wind this afternoon the typhoon. Was about 130 Miles South South East of Kagoshima in Kyushu is land and. Was moving North West at about 10 Miles per hour with a top wind Speed of 110 Miles per hour v. In Reuters Orleans Ville Cai a Geria correspondent said another tremor Shook the shattered town of Orleans a Ville today As French i minister of the Interior m. J Francois Mitterrand was being shown round the ruins. 8000 at the Zinc picnic More than 8000 mine employees and their families attended the annual Zinc chairman s children s Day picnic at Penrose Park yesterday. T officials reported t hat More than 1000 cars had passed through the Gates and about 1000. Picnickers travelled to the Park by Spe Cial train. At the official luncheon the committee s . J. W. Foots proposed the Loyal Toast and the chairman or. K. Williams proposed the Toast to the mining companies to. Which or. R. P. Hooper replied. Or. M. Howell proposed the picnic committee and or. R. E. Blake vice chair Man responded. The Mayo raid. W. Rid Diford i responded to the Toast a by or. A. A. Bray to the " visitors.? the committee conducted dancing boxing and sporting events for the children and Novelty event for women the results will be published tomorrow. R trophies and Cash prizes were Given for the various events. _ fruit biscuits sweets pea nuts ice Cream and cordials were distributed to the Chil Dren. Giitl we Allier the spell of mild weather. In broken Hill continued Over the week end and to Day. The maximum temperature up till 3 . Today was 63 degrees. Last night s minimum was 45 degrees. The official South. Austra Lian forecast was a few Light showers at first about the South East coast Fine with some rain developing in theft a West and slowly extending eastwards southerly winds extending Easterly

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