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Canberra Times (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory National Library of Australia for to Byi i Lun lil a i i cml ii appearance of being what Kab is not. Cecil re Kingston lip lira a to new Agency tour store for Jneil papers of onus so. him tit of this Trieste a free City but his the hinterland Linday. Ree. Cuy. Marshal Tito of Trieste hinterland should. Obeste should be an International i re \ . Wmk lome a. Hsai the i lie incorporated into Yugoslavia. In Ronit italian political circles promptly rejected marshal Tito s proposal. Addressing a giant rally of his wartime partisans at or Oglia of Lvi a Niles from the yugoslav italian Border marshal Tito said a to e latest. Italia Campaign to Gorni confessions a not Janjon sunday a United states major said yesterday that he and 37 other officers had signed an anti american communist lettering 1950 because some of them would have been killed if they had re fused. Major Newton Lantron 39, said he understood the letter had been written by the communists and handed to the americans to sign. Or Jacob Malik soviet Dele Gate to the United nations had read the letter at Lantron said the 38 offi cers who signed the letter were headed together at Pyongyang and guards armed with Tommy guns lined up ahead of them. The communists threatened to shoot the officers or turn the korean civilians Loose on them if they did not sign the letter. In Freedom Village yesterday three american air Force officers who returned from a communist prison Camp said that the com in musts Lead used systematic threats of death and physical and mental torture in attempts to get germ warfare confessions from them. One of the men Captain Byron a. Dobbs said the communists left him tied up or made him stand at rigid attention for hours at a time to Force a confession out of him. The Pilot of a flight recon Nai Sance plane major Robert j. Burns was accused by the communists of dropping germ containers. He said yesterday Thal lie had spent Mest of his Captivity m solitary confinement. The last australian prisoner of War to be released also reached Freedom Village yesterday. He is sergeant Donald Pink Stone of Kingsford . Pinkstone a meteor Jet Pilot yesterday told How he was shot Down while strafing trucks near the frontline on june 15, this year he bailed out at 1,000 feet and the other five jets in thie flight tried to keep the communists away from him but pinkstone1 surrendered when the chinese started shooting at him. Seeks explanation the United nations has completed its list of known Allied prisoners of War who had not been repatriated. The senior . Member of the repatriating committee colonel l. C. Friedersdorf said this at yesterday s meeting. He told the communist representatives if any of these men have not been returned by the end of the operation we shall ask for an explanation for their non i colonel Friedersdorf said that if any of the communist prisoners of War now refusing repatriation changed their minds after opera Tion big switch ended they would be returned to the communists. The communist delegates re plied that Allied p . S refusing repatriation would also be freed if they changed their mods be fore it was time for them to be handed Over to the Neutral nations custodial commission. Peking admission Hon Kong radio announced yester Day that among 125 Ameri cans released at Panr Munjon yesterday were 25 american airmen who hat been charged with Tak ing part in germ warfare against the korean the men were exempted from prosecution and punishment by a special order issued by the North korean general political Bureau. The order said that Examina Tion of these men s testimonies and other evidence proved that the 25 men actually committed crimes of bacteriological War police invade football Oval to Stop fight prompt notice action prevented an uly situation from spread ing when players crawled in the final Quarter of the i National foot Ball preliminary final at Northbourne Oval on saturday. Ainslie won by a margin of 35 policemen raced on to the Arena when players fought and separated them until tempers could be moved. The police ordered off the ground More than a. Dozen spectators who tried to Rush into the mass of struggling players. As a result of the Brawl Field Umpire Stan Yandell reported two Ainslie players and two Hanuka players to the Independent commissioner or. J. A. O charged a. Hawke Ainslie Rover with fighting n. Pink of Hanuka and Pini with fighting hawke.,he also charged Bruce what Man Ainslie Captain with fight ing j. Cooper of Hanuka and Cooper with fighting . Tempers became frayed when Pini and Hawke clashed in n heated Exchange. Players raced up to them while spectators on two sides of the ground crashed through a Barrier and made for the fight ing men two Plain clothes police officers and three uniformed policemen beat the i fwd to the scene and ordered them bail the fighting players were separated seconds later another flare up occurred and police again quelled the fighters one police officer Headlock a a fighting player and dragged him from the Melee two fights among spectators were also quelled by prompt police action they told the in enters they would be charged a mediately if they did not be have themselves counted out after the match a i of death ered around the ump nes dress ing room Umpire Yandell was counted out As he left the Arena a Boundary Umpire came from the dressing room and asked the police to escort Danjell through the crowd two men moved among the Crow d and gave advice to some of the hot Heads Yandell was then escorted from the dressing room by Constable p thurbon Formel leading us pile in Canberra the crowd of nearly 3 000, at the match was easily a eco id for a saturday afternoon fix Ture at Northbourne Oval it was the second highest attend Ance at the ground the record was established in 1947 when Queanbeyan played Canberra in a group 8 Rugby league final the attendance on that occasion was 3 500. Dame Leslie Whatley at Canberra guide rally i i � june Hill lieutenant of the 4th Canberra guide company be introduced to Dame Leslie Whatley director of the world Bureau of girl guides and girl scouts Atra rally held in the grounds of the Ainslie school on saturday. Also in the picture Are miss e. Manning Deputy state commissioner for . Left and mrs. G. Crapp South Canberra District Fedex competitors turning South to Day Darwin sunday. One Hundred and forty three of the 151 cars in the Fedex reliability trial which left it. Isa have arrived in Darwin including 10 late arrivals. There Are now Only eight to come. The of Lical list then showed that 36 cars had lost less than 100, 21 Between 100 and 199, and 33 had lost More than 200 Points. J two arrivals a. W. Stand Field driving a Ford v8 and d. Wjk Carmady in a Fiat 1400, have retired trom the race. The following ars Jive lost no Points so far a. Kipling driving a Holden. Gurden Austin a40e. Per Kins Royer 75w. Messenger Ford Mercury. Davidson Holden. Sulman Humber super sniper. Tubman and j. Marshal Peugeot 203j. Mas Ling Humber super sniper. Crouch Peugeot. Seymour Ford consult. Davies hol Den. Luxton Mercedes Benz l. Burrows Standard Van guard. Arentz Ford Cust Mahner. Muir Ford console. Nelson Vanguard. West Holden. Roberts Ford Zephyr. Roberts Vanguard to Buchaman Humber super Snipes. Hecker Holden c. Deane Holden. Mckay Austin a40r. Smith Fprd custom line. Jeffrey Peugeot w. Hayes Standard Vanguard. Quill Foi d Consula. An Derson Holdene. Lefoe Van guard. Saywell Mercedes Benz. Furze Peugeot. Gilbert Vanguard. Williams ., . Johnson Chev Rolend. Antill Chrysler ply Moth. Junes Riley 2i k. Burgin Peugeot. Jones hol dec. Brenchley and c. Brow a Plymouth. Bashan Holden arid k. Robinson Humber super snipe of the eight cars not Yoi arrived a Jaguar driven by r. Madden with damaged Gean Box is travelling towards Alice Springs after withdrawing from the Goliath Fred Haag broke Dove a near Pine Creek wit i a. Con. Rod through the Cylinder head. He is Ai ranging to by up a new engine. One Riley withdrew from the Driver said he was going to have race at Tennant Creek and the a it Ink. ._."_. This afternoon Frank Graham in a 1932 fold arrived two hours late because he and his co Driver were going to sleep. Davey protest radio Compie Jack Davey has aryed it officials in Sydney said to Day that Davey May suffer disqualification a competitor has lodged protest against Davey having inserted Coil Springs which lie re moved at Macleay from his Cus Tomline Ford. The protest has not yet been received at Sydney Headquarters of the australian sporting car club. Davey was 151 Points behind which he lost on the Way from it. Isa. Among the leaders Are r. Hingston Jaguar. Davidson Holden and b. Gordon aus tin a40. Hingston made the fastest time from it Isa through the Terri Toi y to Daiyin Avei aging Moie than 67 Miles an hour. South bound to Day the first cais Aro due to leave at 7.00 . To Mono for ten Nants Cieck where they arc due to an Ive at 11 40 ., arid spend a ten minute Compulos y than run on to Alice a pigs Wicio they Are due at the ? Conti of Point there at 0 Ali next morning tuesday. Performance san official said to night that figures reveal the following performances under 1,100 one had got Lynough without losing Points., 1,101-,500 cd two Austin a.40 a five pc gots and one Have lost no Points. 1,501-2,500 holdens two Mel cedes one petrol one diesel our Fords six Van go kids one Riley and one Rover have lost no Points. Over 2,500 Humber Snipes three Fords three pay months and one Chevrolet have also got through so far without the loss of any Points. The Winner in the Fedex trial is the car which gets Back to Sydney with the lowest number of Points. Favoured to win victorian Driver Lex Davison driving a Holden and one of those favoured to wan averaged 64.59 . On the 1,100-Milc stretch to Darwin Over what he described As a perfect Road. The pies Dent of the Austral Ian sporting car club or. D Macfarlane said yesterday that the trial next year is already be ing planned and it is expected to double the value of first prize -�2,000.he said it is hoped to make the prize �10,000 by 1955. Inquiries Are already coming in from u.s.a., . Arid Europe he said. Canberra pair lost Points in it. Isa Lap. Canberra competitors in the Fedex reliability trial messes. Robert Gudgeon and Don Rob erts arrived in Darwin on sche Dule yesterday. However the team lost 1751 Point for arriving late at it. Isa the previous stage of the tria.1. I in to Telephone conversation to his wife from Darwin yester Day or. Gudgeon said he and Rob ores were both feeling he. Said the car which has not needed garage attention since leaving Sydney had not Given one bit of trouble and did to have a scratch on it.", the men arc driving a 1949 Hudson. Or. Gudgeon told this wife Oieni , cdveyeiy.ttraffic4�iwa,rid at 30 . Through towns arid villages. The Canberra team is due to1 leave Darwin at 12.28 . To Day for Tennant Creek and Alice Springs. Chinese Down in soccer tests Adelaide sunday. Australia overwhelmed China to win the fifth soccer test 5/0 at 4 Prospect Oval chinese played fairly yell until half Way through the Upas Quarter when Australia had such a commanding Lead the chinese seemed to lose heart. Eisenhower Grants 45 million Douai Aid to Persia Denver sunday. President Eisenhower has granted the new government of Iran. 45 million dollars Iii emergency economic Aid. The new Grant was in addition to an allo cation of about �10,450,000 which the United Stales made on thursday. The funds Aie from the Point four program my to continue existing technical assistance Pio grim pcs a statement issued from the summer White House at Denver Colorado said that the presi Dent Lind made the new Money available on an emerge nov basis to be used Foi the immediate ass stance of ii an i Eisenhower acknowledged a great need of in mediate assistance to Letoie a measure of Stabile j and establish a foundation of greater econom c develop ment for Ali t a Peop of Iran american associated press said this was a Clear reference to iranian Oil and the dispute with Britain Over the National Satin of the Anglo iranian Oil company since the seizure Britain has maintained in economic Oil blockade of it a until Tehran Agi eos to the payment of Satis factory compensation Britain Wei conies Aid to Persia London sunday Britain welcomed the in Ltd states decision to give Persia 45 million Dol Ais emergency Aid a foreign office announce ment said Britain had been consulted about the american decision the statement said the Brit Ash government was very glad to note the United states government extending a generous measure of emergency Aid to the new persian government in the latter s endeavours to restore and promote the wylfa re of Persia to these endeavours Britain cannot be anything but sympathetic before the United states go Veincent cached their Loci sign they had discussions with Here majesty government who we re fully in favour of the United states proposal " diplomatic quarters in London sad that. Britain in supporting the american action believed that general Zahedi the new prime minister v would agree to the Velum Niiori of diplomatic re lations wit Britain Sharp reactions to Dulles foreign concerto was being expressed yesterday in diplomatic circles at the unfavourable Fri told reaction to the recent spate of comment of America s allies by the Secretary of state or. J. F. Dulles according $ tie Chie f Washington correspondent of Reuler. It Wafe a on Friday night a rim the summery White House in Denver via t if resident Eisenhower aria or. Dulles would it sect there on swi rahy. Officials in a Envor declined to say Why the session had been arranged hut amen Tian associated press quoted sources in Washington As Saemg that the president and or Dulles would i View foreign policy Jtb Spe Cial emphasis oin developments in indo China and other areas in the tar East thes sources said that their was no connection Between this meeting and the reaction Abr Oad to some of the comments mide by or Tulles on foreign issues Reuters correspondents is that it is generally accepted in Washington that the critical statements by or Dulles were not accidental but part of a general get tour h policy which the Eisenhower administration Felt was called for during last year s election Campaign and would be popular in the United states especially in the formerly isolationist Middle West in the last 10 Days since re turning from his Holiday in can Ada or Dulles has publicly. Told India that her exclusion from the korean political con Ference must be the Price in Dia must pay for hot fighting with the allies in the korean sowd Vyp lines gel ment for not adopting greater austerity measures to pay for a greater share of its own de r Fence. Warned the West German people that then rejection of the Adenauer government in the election would endanger the i of pectin of re slowing sovereignty to a United Ger Many. Questioned the permanence of us support for the Restora Tion of Trieste to Italy. Given an especially Tough interpretation of the 16 nation declaration on Allied proposals to Deal with any breach of the korean armistice cycling pro. Wife Austral race Melbourne Stewart 15 min one of Australia s " Ace trac cyclists won the Melbourne Wangaratta professional t Road by Cliris Handi Cap to yesterday from Alex wha fnond., cahill.,a Gale like head wind Dis org Anise the Field., a Terai to. Yho has Ridden on. The continent is the Only Vider to have Avon the Austral wheel or acc the most famous of tall australian track events a it his first appearance As a prof Essina l the record for the Corrise is 5 hours 33 min 28, sees but be Stevay Graham Staheli took 6 15 min 0 1-5 "sees., to Malte the fastest time. International base prepared for see London sunday. The Prospect of turning the vast Suez canal into defensive International Strong hold against communism is expected to be the subject of a review Between British prime minister sir Winston Churchill and general sir Brian Robertson next week. General Robertson who has Een British negotiator in. Informal Anglo egyptian talks on the Suez canal zone base is expected to meet or. Churchill in official consultations during the week. Britain has said she would accept Egypt s demand to with draw her troops from Egypt Only if prime minister nagib agreed to arrangements for maintaining base installations effectively for use by Western allies in Winston Churchill is per v briefs sent out to Cairo for British negotiators. No water siders leaving for Bowen to Day Brisbane sunday. The scr Tai y of the Brisbane Blanch of the Waterside Woik ers federation or w Mere Dith said to Day that extra Waterside is would not leave Brisbane for Bowen by plane until tuesday at the earliest he had expected work from the general Secretary fir j. Healy to Day to begin selecting men and to get them away to Morrow however or Healy a d in Sydney to night that he w a still waiting on word from the Steve Dofing Industry Board to despatch an exit

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