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Goulburn Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Goulburn, New South Wales Tito warns Italy and West on Trieste position Trieste monday . Yugoslavia does not recognise the Tri Partite declaration on Trieste and has no intention of conducting any talks on that basis marshal Tito told a huge reunion of his wartime . The rally was held at a Small town five Miles from the italian yugoslav Border. The marshal called for the internationalisation of the disputed. City and port of Trieste arid the handing Over of its hinterland to Yugoslavia. He added that Yugoslavia could see no other solution and such a settlement should there fore be boldly approached. A tripartite declaration of the Western Powers which provided for the incorporation of the whole of the free territory of Trieste in Italy had been Pas de to support the former italian prime minister Alcide de Gas Peri at the 19418 elections lie in spite of yugoslav at tempts to find Points tact with Italy. Rome continued to cling firmly to that tripartite declaration. In his hour Long speech to. 250,000 former partisans. Tito asked Why Italy resorted to bar Der demonstrations instead of using the Normal diplomatic channels for discussing the mat aggressive act he said the recent troop move ments were an openly Daggres Aive the marshal called on Italy to cease military demonstrations and withdraw her divisions from the fron tier so that we might be Able to Start talks again ast a round table ,but., he said they were pre on red to fight for every Inch of their land no ma3tter who Hap pens the Italy could not Lay claim to what had never belonged to her but had Only once been temporarily conquered and seized. Marshal Tito said the Trieste problem was no longer Only a matter Between the two neighbouring countries but a problem his had solved in the interests of peace. Yugoslavia was always willing to have the Trieste Issue settled peacefully and in agreement with Italy. He added that Yugoslavia Lead so far taken no counter measures to Italy s military demonstrations and would not Send her divisions to the Forn Tler until her territory was attacked. The italians heart no right to the slovene littoral. The Adriatic coastal strip which includes Trieste he said. Marshal Tiff addressed th"ii6 Scech to thie italian government Tice yugoslav Peoples wish in., Yve the last morsel of their,.nntional territory and Veun must Bear this in mind it fou want warning to West he be called that during recent months Yugoslavia Hal held out the proposal of an italian Yugo slave Dominion for Trieste. Tito said the situation in Telste jihad changed because the Anglo Ameri Eai military nov eminent had regrettably Given the Chance to Irr dentist forces to come into Trieste and gain position after those injustices should be re Tilfred he added. The marshal warned the West careful to refrain from doing anything which might bring them the hatred of the yugoslav our a is Best senator o Sullivan Hlin ister for Trade and cons Toms a Ogard on his return from abroad rec etly. Lie said the pure thai c Power of the australian a is beyond a compare in the world today. The 9/ Worth about " a3/, he. Added. Bushfire risk is now at its highest warns chief Sydney Bushfire risk in . Was at its highest and the most serious fires in years could occur Over Large areas chief fire officer for ., or. E. J. Griffiths warned to Day. With continued dry weather and so much very. Dry under growth anything Caln. Happen lie said. The metropolitan area and the Blue mountains Are in spec Tia danger.". Oti Breaks which occurred. In Sydney suburbs under As temperature of 82 degrees yesterday were to Day reported und Bir coi Trucl. A fire brigade spokesman said fires shoud not be lit face burning any circumstances and issued a warning to exercise. Utmost care in handling matches and cigarettes. The Bushfire committee will meet to Day. To discuss Steps to prevent serious outbreaks and will recommend to the chief Secre tary or. Kelly that a Bushfire of danger period be Procla died Early this. Week. Cd my Itice executive member. Or. A. G. Kingsmill a d to Day 7thire Council s Woutila be died to appoint a fire control o of icer to cd ordinate the work of the Bush fire brigade. Meanwhile greatest Bush re danger is reported on. The North coast Contrail Cist and the Central tablelands. News j1, Brief a funeral service for or. C. E. Martin who died on saturday will be held at St. Andrew s Cathedral at 2.30 . To Day. Or. Martin state. Minister for transport and former at Torney general died suddenly at his Home in Lang Road Centen a Laos Park. The Rev. O. W. Cooper of Boelle tue Hill will conduct the service in Tihe Cathedral., and Bishop Bur Manof Goulburn will be Tihe preacher. Plane crash Seattle a North West Ai Ines super Constellation bound Tram Seattle to Chicago crashed yesterday a into Llanes hut no one As did thie of the 32 passengers Andl feed Burns and Ai woman and her infant son were reported in critical condition of Duke to buy plane London monday the Duke or Edinburgh plans to buy a four engined Passen Ger aircraft for his personal use it is understood. The aircraft is expected a series two de he Havilland Heron with retractable undercarriage capable of carry Between 14 and 17 passengers the Hieron Cost Between �35,000 and �40,000, has a recommended cruising. Speed of 165 Miles an hour can Fly Over a thou Sand Miles without Raftu Ellisio and is considered particularly Safe. Obituary mrs. J. A Morris the death occurred at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney on september 1, of mrs. June Dorothy Morris aged 24, years. She was former y Mies junes Russell. Of Braidwood the late mrs Morris is born at North Rock and had spent part of her life in the nursing profession a few months ago harried or. Brucem Orris Yelbra i Wood and spent her brie married life in Nowra. She is survived by her Hus and her parents or. And . Russell of major s Creek Sec brother Jim of majors reek and two Sisters Hazel and 5frlhoth of Sydney. The funeral took place in tile Catholic portion of North Rock cemetery 01 september 4. To is impossible in Cut Conditi of society not genome Les a . Brayton area would be liability to Shire mul Waree Shire Council was told on thursday that a new recreation Reserve on the Wollo Dilly River at Bra ton would Al ways remain a liability to l is was stated by or. Les ? Aftret Council had been i oed?.that, following All a a atop by the big Hill Brayton t. Is Assoc lotion the Redrea of area had been surveyed and he vested in Council under he l Cali government serve is near the Bray dog e Bhaw Een the Road and the wollon2 River. It was originally Ahe t t Reserve controlled by th01i Lilburn pastures Protection 0res 90 cra2le land Haas Dow been red As a special lease to mro Gold in Lotny following a land to targe wer Holfelt the Al l Ely. River which is often t Laeb reserved for rec Day the o Abbul o the Crit 0ellal in neg land. Waer Stagl the Baas a Roca till ?. Arg w Echole Hio the to Nadily Rier what .ed.b. A l Reheis often 1" a Tell Likera. In 0 poll t t o t flu i a d a y s Dei to. Shrpe Engineer or. D tilt parted out that the land was suitably located for Public recreation and it was Moat desirable that some land in the area should be reserved to the Public As a camping and Pico Tuc area. However he pointed out that it present there wis a. Dense fringe of blackberries along the River frontage. And there was some Rabbit infestation. The Laid was capable of being developed and the development. Would. Have to Emmeric. With the Clearing of d blackberries along the River frontage he Shaid be relatively easy sprays Row available. Or. Cooper strongly opposed. Council taking the responsibility. I thai id. If we take this land it will always be a liability round cur necks he commented. Rabbits and weeds. We will always have Clearing rabbits and nox Iotis weeds off it. We will be getting letters from the . Board to get rabbits of it for the next 100 or. Cooper moved that coun cil approach the lands depart Anent on the. Matter to a advise that Council considered it in the interests of the people concerned to have local trus tees appointed to control the land in Liet of Council. Or. Cooper s motion lapsed through want of a Seconder. The Shire Engineer or. Darke informed Council that it would be some time before the Reserve could be developed and he recommended that in the meantime Council Complete fencing in the area and consider leasing the area for grazing under the conditions that the Graz rights be on an at Nual basis Only and that the Lessee be responsible for freeing the area of rabbits and controlling Briars. Council decided to dept this a i invite ten Del s for grazing rights. However in calling the ten Ders Council will Vive favourable consideration to or. Ryan who has Lea cd the adjoining. Lani j misuse of inventions Are. Not misused or. Cyril London monday . Scientists have a special duty to see that then inventions Garbutt the a in Bishop of York said yesterday. He was preaching in. Liverpool Cathe Ralat the British. Association s annual meeting he said the men of science must take an Active part to educating their below countrymen to use rightly lie ind into is they have Given them they must make Plain the terrifying results which May Fol Low use of some if. he added. Or. Garbett added men of science have sometimes c aimed that when they have made a Dis covery they have no More re Spons Hill to for the use made of it than any other citizen. In fact this is not the Case for they have an. Influence Over contemporary thought and action possessed by no other class of or. Garbett said renewed at tempts should be made to for by the making or use of weapons of mass destruction. Legacy expects �1000 result legacy Button Day in Goulburn and District on Fri Day was an outstanding Success. The Sale of buttons in the City and four Adjo Iri Ine Shires is expected to yield �1000, but no definite figure will be available until coun try returns have come in. Last year s Appeal netted �0 990. Lottery first to Queensland Sydney first prize in lottery 2002, drawn this morning was won by souvenir Syndicate or. And. Mrs. P. W. Mccann Crase Street new farm Queensland. Second went to " Silver Lin Syndicate Rasel Rabinovici 29 Johnson Street Chat Wood third chocolate wheel Syndi Nate e. M. Jessip 40 Victoria Street Revesby fourth so Nice Syndicate l. Willis co d. Jones Elizabeth Street Sydney fifth late Syria Cate l. Arn id 88 Joseph. Street lid col be. First �6000 162 second �1000 176 third �50097352 fourth �350 ". 72397 fifth �200 7. 3645 lottery no. 2003 will be drawn to Morrow when official results of to Day s lottery will be published. _. Busy week end for. Firemen a false alarm at 10.46 on Fri Day night took Goulburn fire brigade to the bar in Auburn Street which was re ported by a phone caller to 1 alight. Goul Bairn police have been notified. A grass fire at Long Street North Goulburn called out the brigade at 2.26 . On Satur Day. A Large Are of grass and railway sleepers on the Down line were damaged. Firemen worked for two hours on sunday afternoon to extinguish. A Large area of grass and rubbish fire at the recreation area. A Call at 1.11 . Took the brigade to the area where fire a started in a Large Heap of rubbish. In. Fire spread to an area of grass before it was extinguished. At 6.6 . Yesterday a Chim by fire took the brigade to a residence at 72 mul Waree Street. A Garden Hose was used to put out the fire. It is the cause and., not the death that makes the Martyr. Early gains in German elections Bonn monday . Konrad Adenauer s Christian democrats have shown Early gains in the West German elections at the expense of their main rivals the social democrats. Of the first 52 seats declared Adenauer s party men won 42. Indications Are that Adenauer will gain a major Victory. The free democrats who Are Adenauer s condition partners six and the social democrats Only four. some Booths was 2/1 in favour of the. Christian Democrat candidate. The free democrats gains were also made mainly at the expense of the social democrats. The pattern emerging from the Early returns however is be treated with caution because it is based entirely on direct votes. New. System under the new electoral sys tem electors have two. Votes a direct vote for a candidate and a vote for the Favourite party. The second vote will be worked out for. Half of the 484 seats on the basis of proportional repro sen Fatiori. With sweeping gains All Over the country Adenauer appeared ? wifi unbeatable Ltd if the direct ballot for the 249 seats. But on the eve of the poll. Be Lief of Erich Mollenhauer social democrats was that the proportional count by which the. Remaining 242 seats Are.docid0r, would. H. Offset by losses on i . " i indications of the votes routed to Midnight was that t e Reich party of Neo nazis would not get sufficient to give Thieo a seat. West German communist Leader. Max Reimann. Lost his seat in Solingen. In the Ruhr constituent a. More swabbing for. Horses Sydney. Monday met Nepolitan rac3courses Are to have More swabbing stalls. The . Plans to instal More stalls at Randwick and on. At Warwick farm. The is expected to put in two More at Rosehill and two at Canterbury there is at present Only one swabbing stall on each if these a nurses. . Secretary. Or. A. Parry Cokeen said to Day the . Hired to have the Randw cd stalls erected. Before the. Sprint meeting starting of october 3., t he move for. More swabbing stalls follows recent controversy we swabbed hors2s. The further facilities will in table Muse horses in each race to he swabbed which would mean engagement of another Veteran say surgeon and assistants at . I1anel Van overturns a panel Van skidded and overturned at the intersect Tion of Verner and Faithfull streets at 3 a so to Day. The Driver Eric Lee of Verner Street told police that he was crossing the intersection when he was blinded by the lights of another vehicle. He pulled Over to the left hand Side of the Road on to a gravel. Patch which caused the rear wheels of the Van to skid. The Van overturned and Lee sustained cuts to the headband stitches were placed in. The wound. The Van was extensively dam aged. Funeral of minister Sydney monday All Cabi net ministers Ard most members of state parliament attended the state funeral to Day of the late transport minister or. C. A. Martin. Or. Martin died on saturday the cortege headed by a mounted police detachment Anid the police band left St. Andrew s Cathedral George Street at.3.15 . For Eastern suburbs crematorium after a service ,.ng at 2.30 . Anglican Bishop of Goulburn the it. Rev. E. H. Burgmann and the coadjutor Bishop of Sydney Bishop w. G. Hilliard took part in the service. Metro. Fancy. To run in Spring Handicap Sydney monday metro fancy feel will run with g. Pod More up in the Spring Handicap Atit re Divick on Satur Day. She has 8.4 on saturday-5 la. More than her metropolitan weight. Another metro. Candidate Maynard will also Start in the Spring Handicap. His Only. Outing this season was the Warwick stakes since when. He has made Good pro Gress. He will have 7.11 on saturday. With several runners doubtful the saturday Field is Likely to fall in class. Show dates nulls Jan. 1, 2 Albion Park. A9 Dato. Jan. 15, 1i Woll Ngong. Jan 21, 22, 23 Lama Jan. 30. And feb. 1 Bury feb. 5, 0 Nowra. Web. 12, 13 Kangaroo Valley. Feb. 19 . I9 20 gunning. Fee. 20. 27 Robert in. Ill Leona. 2 1keb. 211 27 huh Rilzia mar 4 5, 0a r. 5. 11 Burrows i or mar. 0, 10 Queanbeyan. 12,.13 Lar Airwood 2 a. 2 Ai. 10 20 Pluto i. Liar. 1020. Hum 1n, t a flicking Tokyo a monday Osaka polio 1iave. Aie sted a. Group or Gars. Headed by sic hero Tishil 5g-year-old care owner and his wife on charges of. Human traffic Leidig. Police allege gangs sold. More than 20 Young girls to Ltd prostitution after luring them with Promise to train them As " girls. Left out aboriginal artist Albert Nama Jira was excluded from London s first oficial exhibition of mod sern australian painting. Artists and works were chosen by the australian conference of interstate gallery directors. Rev. Alan Walker Here wednesday t4e. Rev. Alan Walker who has addressed Sorie 200,000 Nelile from All parts la during the past five months will visit Goulburn on wednes Dlay. Al. Will be the speaker at As Mission to the City rally in the m Eldeon theatre at 8 . The fbisp1op of. Canberra and Goult Hurn or. Burgmann will be chairman. One of the significant facts of or. Walker s experiences in Australia. Has been the hearing that All sections of the people him. fraternal expects. As capacity. House night when the is. Slon to the City will conclude. The responsibility of Tolera rce. Lies with those who have the wider Eliot. Petrol hours . For Goulburn s a Industrial commission investigating petrol trading hours in new South Wales will sit i Goulburn to Morrow. The commission will hold a hearing of reference at the court House at 2 . And it is Likely that the proceedings will extend Over two Days. It is known that garage proprietors in Goulburn Are noun animus on the question and it is expected that. Several representatives will attend to advocate an Extension of trading hours. The Goulburn Branch of the australian primary producers Union will be represented by its president or. Murray Smith and Secretary. Or. I. Friend who will support those who fax it fun extend son of petrol sell hours. Any other persons or organisations present evidence in the be heard. Coats to Wear everywhere this Spring smartly slim in Silhouette. Appealing yet Long s wearing of fabric. In colours that Are a perfect s reflection of Spring. 1953. Here now at the is Corner for your selection at a comfortable Bud ". Get neatly tailored coat of boucle fabric a smart new style for Spring 1953 featured faultlessly Tailo de Cardigan style coat Are three Quarter deeply cuffed sleeves Patch pockets d self Belt Back is snugly fitted at the Waist. In Cream and Lime Fitt is . To . Pii priced at. "4 " " " ". I a / a highly fashioned swing Back coati4this most attractive coat of soft Blanket cloth is on neatly tailor d lines and features three Quarter cuffed sleeves Slit pockets a Large Collar an one Button at neck while the Back Falls into deep folds in beige Lime and Ink fittings . To w. Priced of. A / Faue " this classic coat of Blanket cloth , this superbly tailored coat Are deep revers three or Ter. Cuffed sleeves Neati imitation pockets and finished with one Button at a t. The Back is snugly fitted. In beige and Lime. Fittings . To w. Priced at. A. 7./. 7/ 6 o ans o a a Goulburn born Goulburn owned Australia defeat Blacken Hopes of Davis cup Victory Forest Hills sunday . Australia s Hopes of retaining the Davis cup were blackened to Day when Ken Rosewall and Lewis Hoad were decisively beaten in the Semi finals of the american National championships. Hoad and Rosewall Are the Likely two to defend the Davis cup for Australia in Melbourne next december. Load was beaten by Vic Seixas 7/5. 6/4, 6/4 and Tony Trabert beat Rosewall 7/5d 6/3, 6/3. The matches were regarded As a preview to the outcome of. The Davis cup. America s superiority the americans showed superiority in every department Over the struggling australians. They adopted the same tax Les of never allowing the austra lians to in their Favourite strokes. Seixas achieved his purpose with a powerful Forecourt game featured by Many placements from the net. Backed by a Strong and powerful service. Load found the Ameri Cas s second kicking service As hard to handle As the faster first one. His Cannon Ball service never functioned consistently and his weak backhand let him Down on Many occasions. Seixas played on that weak Ness repeatedly. Jet like drives Trabert s big guns were a remarkable accurate fast service and equally accurate driving. He Seldom moved from the Baseline and then Only for smashes relying on his Jet like drives to pass Rosewall at or. Near the net. The Little australian out matched in height reach and Power had no Adieu ate balancer. Repeatedly Trabert had him stretched on a torture rack Strain no and sweating to reach end Cut. Off the Demon fangs the him time and Tim again. His backhand famous on the courts. Of it dozen. Seq Untules failed him both in attack and defence. Sei Xoe and Trabert. Will meet. In the All american Fina i to Moir Row. To Seixas Brilliant. Seixas was master from be ginning to end of the match Al thou has the margin at times Wias. Small. " " Seixas played brilliantly. To. " s sur Perior it then it and inn thing. The australian could do by Way of lobs or hard drives could keen Sei As from the Forecourt. From etl Cre he . Placements to an a Monty court or to head s feet for impossible i return shots. Head s famous Cannon Ball service failed to function As a Victory spinner and though his second services were accurate selves handled nearly. All of them. Safely Back Hiland weakness Hoed s greatest weakness was that b a Khianii. Time after time with. The Opportunity of break dig through Seixas. Hoed. Put his Barklind shots both from above and below Liis Sli Oulder into the Iet. Shoes was . He stayed mostly. On the Baseline. Even Thoush his , be Cut off by. The swiftly Posl toning Seixas ant his lobs. Rarely fell into court. -when.he. Moved to. The i Forecourt he made some spectacular smashes and a few neat volleys but Gener ally his Forecourt play was unequal to that of the super Seixas. With Seixas leading 5-4 in the decisive game of the second set after breaking through in the third game. Hoad had the advantage Point four times but either his own weak backhand shots or Brilliant Seixas place ments snatched away his opportunities. Rosewall on wrong foot Trabert implanted his Trade Mark on his sell final against Rosewall almost from the first time the Ball crossed the net. Rosewall never seemed Likely to make up the deficit that came against him in the 12th game of the first. Set and was kept on the wrong foot by the powerfully serving and driving Trabert. Trabert fined Down to his Best condition after at week s play soon established his Ascendancy. Rosewall could not properly handle his hard services and be cause he himself with Flat speeding drives passed the australian time and time again on Rosewall s attempts to reach the net. Rosewall undaunted Day tried to take the initiative but Trabert kept his big guns booming. He concentrated his fire at strategic moments the Best example being the breakthrough in the first set which for 11 games had gone so evenly that no one was prepared for Rosewall s loss of service in the 12th even though Trabert throughout had had a slight Edge. After that Rosewall was never a possibility. He played often like a dispirited youth always stretching and straining to reach shots that Trabert artfully and powerfully put to an open part of the court. The backhand wich had won Rosewall Many a title and had awed Many a High class player Seldom fished to Point winning accuracy. Doris Hart and Maureen con Nolly. Wil meet in the final. Of these woman s singles Champion ship. To Day. Miss. Hart beat the former Champion Louise Brough 6/2, 6/4. And the present title Holder Maureen Connolly Betait Shirley Fry 6/1, 6/1. Mixed doubles final Rex. Hartwig of. Albury and Julie Simpson of. Toe United states will meet and Doris Hart in the final of the mixed doubles. To Day Hartwig and miss Sampson qualified for the final with a 6/3, 6/3. Win Over Sven Davidsson. Of Sweden and an Gela Mortimer of England. Tax cuts on wednesday Canberra the 1953-54 Commonwealth budget will be presented to garlic ment at 8 . On wednesday. Pas Sage of the budget is expected to take six or seven weeks. Ministers have re. Gently hinted at. Tax cuts of. 10 or 12v2 per cent into ving concessions of up to �100 myia3on Over All taxation. M in. I a a n n n ii . Demand for return of prisoners Panmunjom monday the United nations com Mand to Day prepared a stiff demand on the communists for the return of an account of americans known to have been captured by the c my units but not returned in the prisoner Exchange which ended yesterday. A United nations spokesman raid there was no t me he said the demand would probably be made to Day. The . Command declined to Ray in mined lately How Many Allied War prisoners were on the missing i St pending a final Cress Check of those re eased Dur the 33 Days of operate in 1l g but it was believed the number Wou g be substantial. Tihe names have Ben cd milled by intelligence officers for the past three years from evidence in Sci run St broadcasts propaganda i teams from the missing men themselves and double Check of testimony of men who have been freed. Head at the 1st of those still missing is air Force Captain Harold Fischer a. Double Jeff Ace Fri m Iowa. Go pain Fischer s Turin had been expected on the last Day of the e change. The Coman a nests themselves said in a Pek no radio Brit Adrast that they shot Captain flinched Down Over Manchuria last Spring h . Airmen Tell of tortures Panmunjom. Monday chinese had used diabolical treatment to make to them Coin fees to germ warfare charges a d american airmen re leased yesterday by the communists. They said they. Had been subjected to severe physical Aind mental torture. Some were Pale and thin and unable to control frequent Trembl no of hands and lips. C1.onel Walker. Mehurin a Pilot from fort Wayne Indiana i always thought i was a pretty Happy Man. But i tred to commit suicide by slashing my he was told be. Was a War Crimin til and would not be Able to go Home unless he confessed. They never actually seat me but As an example of physical torture. I was made to set Uip Glit on a Sci i fifteen hours a Day for a month.". Collision near Parulan 1 when. Charles in lain of cow Ray Avenue. Camm Eray was forced to swerve his car. To the left when overtaking veil trailer on the. Xiumei High Iny. Yesterday to he vehicle struck the Semi trailer and both vehicles were slightly damaged. Zalan told police he was tra Velling along the Hume High Way about four Miles from Parulan when he commenced to overtake the Semi trailer which was being driven by f. Grayling of Doncaster Victoria. Another vehicle came behind him and commenced to overtake him said Zalan. He moved to wards the left Side of the Road san in and this caused him to strike the Semi trailer. No one was injured. £66 in lost Wallet an interstate transport Driver reported to Goulburn police that he lost his Wallet containing �66 and some private papers while travelling Between Yass and Goulburn at the week und

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