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Burnie Advocate (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Burnie, Tasmania
National Library of Australia for footwear Wilson St. Burnie phone 284 marshal Tito City with slav hinterland Tito yesterday declared that Trieste should become an International free City with the Trieste hinterland incorporated in Yugoslavia he was addressing a giant rally of his War time partisans at of Kroglick five Miles from the yugoslav italian Border. Italian political quarters in f borne promptly rejected mar Shal Tito s proposal to inter nationalise the big port and City. One commentator said if the marshal s proposal Means what it says it cannot even form a basis for Dis Cussion. Trieste City is overwhelmingly italian so is most of the marshal Tito s speech be Gan with an attack against Italy s attitude. He said the latest italian Campaign against Yugo Slavia shows that our neighbors have forgotten what they did during their occupation of Yugo slav territory during the last War. Italian imperialists have always been coming to Yugo. Slav areas As plunderers and oppressors and to Day they should be ashamed of it in recalling these events. Italy cannot Lay claim to what belonged to her at some a die in the up tie yugoslav Leader told \. Cheering followers Yugo slav areas were incorporated in Italy after the first world War but this injustice did not cause pricks of conscience to anyone in the West. However they the West should be careful to Day and refrain from doing anything which might bring them thu hatred or the whole people who made sacrifices during the War and Are still making them now people who do sire peace and co operation with All those who have no dishonest cannibals meet Ujj at soccer australians in Perth take their j i a soccer football seriously. In the third division of the \ Dimmitt cup soccer match Between Canning and Wex \ a Combe at Cannington showground on saturday the game was abandoned by the referee j. Al Ward be cause members of both teams were playing like a a Bunch of Elward was reported to have Given this explant Tion for his abandonment j of the game late in the i second half when can Ning was leading 2-1. At the finish of a a drawn game in the first 1 division with scores one f Jall irate spectators Abus de and spat in the face a of the referee d. H. Moody As he walked off j the Field at Bay water a Oval on saturday. The \ i match was Between Azur $ i and Perth City. J police escorted Moody 1 j. To the dressing room. Cleaning his face and � massaging his bruised leg where a Spectator \ had kicked him Moody i j i disgustedly said that a Urr supporters were re a Spon sible and that it was \ j one of the most disgrace Ful exhibitions of bad juju Rosman slip in his sex mgr tence. 3l"._ partisans ire was Rous i de when Moody ordered \ two Azzurri players off 1 the ground during the second half one for deliberately kicking an opponent and the other for arguing with the referee. Wow Una thieves1 haul Melbourne thieves broke into adjoining houses in Union Street West Brunswick during the week end. They stole nearly �800 in Cash jewellery and other goods. They first entered the Home i bar. Frank Marazita by breaking a Kitchen window and escaped with �700 in notes. They then went next door to the Home of or. Gregory Marazita and stole �30 in 5/ pieces and � Quantity of jew Ellery. Photographic equipment including a projector and a Quantity of other goods valued lat �350, were stolen from the Home of or. Charles w. Miers in Torney St., North Baldwyn during the week end. Paris French naval com Mandos landed at Dawn on Friday in communist territory 160 Miles North West of Hue the French new Agency re ported from Saigon. The High command claimed the commandos killed 141 vie Minh took 56 prisoners and destroyed 120 sea going Junks. Young Man killed in motor collision Thomas Joseph Mehegan 20single of Westbury was killed instantly when his motor Cycle was involved in a collision with a car at the intersection of Oldaker and Fenton streets Devonport about 12.50 . Yesterday. David Oliver 20also of Westbury was taken by ambulance to the Devon Hospital with severe head injuries. His condition was reported Early this morning to be comfortable but Mehegan was Riding the Cycle along Fenton St. From Best St. With Oliver As a Passen Ger. At the intersection it collided with a car being driven up Oldaker St. From Victoria Parade by Charles Herbert Briggs 54farmer of Don. The motor Cycle skidded and stopped on the Edge of a gut Ter. Mehegan was lying along Side the machine when the police arrived. Oliver was thrown from the motor Cycle to the Middle of the Road about 12 feet from deceased. He was treated at the scene by or. A. O. Bark Ley and taken to Hospital. The car in which Briggs was accompanied by his wife and eight children was badly dam aged on Tea occupants. Beryl Edith Briggs 14 had her neck Cut by broken Glass from a Side window. The motor Cycle was badly damaged. Mehegan s body was taken to the morgue. The death was reported to the Coroner or. A. O. P. Wilson who ordered a postmortem. An inquest will be opened at la . To Day. Inspector g. C. A. Wright and Constable e. O. Flude visited the scene of the Accident. " Queenstown Accident another intersection Accident occurred in Queenstown shortly after Midnight on saturday and a Man was detained in the Lyell District Hospital Over night. He was Francis Bernard Somers of Gormanson a Pas Senger in a car being driven along Cutten St. By Keith Allan Connors 20of pen Gana Road Queenstown. Con nors car collided with an other being driven along Mac Namara St. By Harold Cyril Maxfield 23of Hurst St., South Queenstown. Maxfield s car was forced in to the Corner of the Metropole hotel. In Maxfield s car were Keith Raymond Argent of Macnam Ara St., Terence Stanley Cor Nelius of Lovett St., and Rob Ert Milton Callander of pres ton St. All were treated for minor abrasions. Both cars were extensively damaged. Reds wind up Exchange with return of fliers big switch the Post armistice Exchange of prison ers of War came to an end at Panmunjom yesterday with the return of 25 american fliers accused by the communists of waging germ warfare. The fliers were among the final Batch of 111 american prisoners to be returned. They said they were forced by men Tal and physical torture into signing Confes the prisoner Exchange ended on its 33rd Day. Since it began on August 5, the communists have returned 12,753 Allied prisoners and the United nations command has handed Back 75,757 Chin Ese and North koreans. The chinese yesterday received Back their top ranking prisoner major general we Cre Tek whose capture had been a closely guarded Allied secret. He was met by High North korean offic ers and driven in a spec Ial jeep to Kaeson. Two United states air Force colonels repatriated yesterday said they broke Down under communist pres sure two weeks after the armistice and signed germ War the two men were colonel Walker Mahurin 34one of the leading american aces of world War ii., and colonel Andrew Evans 34deputy commander of the 58th fighter bomber Wing fifth air Force. Colonel Mahurin who shot j Down 22 enemy planes in world War ii., was credited with destroying 3� migs be fore his Sabre Jet was shot Down Over Korea. Talking to correspondents at Panmunjom col Onel Mahurin said he and colonel Evans were ordered to sit at rigid at Tention for Many wants Trieste free budget parliament opens to Morrow Canberra. Federal parliament will reopen to Morrow for the vital budget sittings. The government is attaching great importance to the budget which it Hopes will Sway electors in next year s general election. Flans allow for about seven weeks of debate on the budget and supplementary measures so that government members can press Home its expected benefits. Sittings of parliament How Ever extend beyond that for a further five or six weeks until towards the end of november. Government rank and file members will get their first preview of the budget at a joint party meeting on wednesday morning before the treasurer Cir Arthur fad Den introduces it to Parlia ment that night. Sir Arthur will probably not give members any details of the budget but merely give them a Broad outline of the government s proposals. This will be in line with the extraordinary precautions taken by the government so far to ensure that there will be no leakage of the budget contents before it is introduced to parliament. To Morrow the prime min ister or. Menzies will address a party meeting on his recent London visit at which he attended the prime ministers conference. To Morrow s and wednes Day s meetings will be the first government party meetings since before the Coronation. Parliament will sit for Only about half an hour to mor Row and then adjourn until wednesday As a Mark of re Spect to members who have died since the last sittings messes. M Donald lib., Vic j and Mulcahy lab., .n.s.w.j. New members for thae seats and for Dalby formerly held by the late or. Rosevear will be sworn in to Morrow. Traffic problem representatives of interested Burnie organisations and members of parliament on saturday even ing attended a conference with the minister for works or. Reece at which the need for prompt Steps to overcome the main Highway traffic prob Lem was emphasised. Am Ong those who attended were in picture above seated messes. H. K. Shir refs general superintend ent a.p.. Ltd. R. Fidler and k. O. Lyons m so a. Standing Mes sri. W. J. T. Davis m.l.c., c. C. Busby master War Den Marine boards. M. Crisp chamber of com Mercel. E. Turnidge Marine Board Engineer and h. Miller Marine b Board Secretary advocate wafd Leader for trial Cairo. Mustafa Al Nahas former egyptian prime minister and Leader of the now dissolved wafd party will be brought to trial before the graft court Here. Anwar Al Sadat Miber of the revolutionary Council said Nahas would appear before the court in connection with the big Cotton Case in which former Interior and finance minis Ter Fouad Berag Al Din accused of manipulating the Cotton Market in his own in Terest. Medical lectures attract interest Hobart. More than 200 people attended two lec Tures Given under the auspices of the tasmanian com Mittee of the australian col lege of nursing at Hobart on saturday. Those present included matrons Sisters nurses and nursing trainees. Or. Colin Clarke spoke on the . Factor and or. D. M. Parker lectured on orthopaedic surgery. Those at tending the lectures were also shown through the Royal Hobart Hospital and Wing Field House. Ambrose s 30 denier nylons ."c.9/11 pair mediums sizes 8� to 10 heavy unbleached twill sheets . 14/6 a. . 22/6 a. 54in. Sheeting. .7\. 5/9 Yard All excellent Quality 3ft. Flock mattresses. 72/6 specially graded flock flock pillows boys Sanfor ised jeans Zipp Fly. All sizes available 9/11 28/6.? Early Cash Only s v shooting charges Sydney police have charged a youth and a Man with attempted murder following two shootings in country districts on Fri Day. At Finley near Tocumwal police charged a 16-year-old youth with having attempted to murder Leonard Koschel. Koschel 18of Finley waa shot in the Chest and taken to Finley Hospital in a cult la i Al condition but is now out of i danger. Police said Koschel was shot near his Home on Friday night during an argument. At Hillston court a 35-year old Fettler was charged with having attempted to murder Patrick Turner 23fettler at Roto. Turner is in a serious condition in Hillston Hospital with a Bullet wound in his stomach
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