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JET ATTACK
OFF SIBERIA
WASHINGTON, Tuesday.-The United
States today called for an early meeting of

the United Nations Security Council to


consider the shooting down of a United
States Navy plane off Siberia on Saturday.

This was announced by the United States chief

delegate to the United Nations (Mr. Lodge).

100 rounds at the Soviet jets


His request referred to
as turned around and flew
"unprovoked" at they
the off in the direction of Vladi
tack by Soviet aircraft vostock.

There re
on a United States Nep were no immediate
ports of damage to the jets.
tune bomber. It was thought that they were
out of range when the the
The attack has heightened
Americans returned the fire.
the tension felt since the Chin
ese Communists mounted their The American officials said
that it was obvious that the
intense bombardment of the
Nationalist-held island of State Department's Note was
sent before questioning of the
Quemoy-where two Ameri
can officers were crew in Japan had been com
Army killed
pleted.
on Friday-and the resulting
order which sent units of the But, insisting that the bomber
had been attacked without
United States fleet to sea from
warning or excuse, the officials
their bases.
rejected the charge that the
Senior State Department pol jets merely returned the fire of
officials kept in touch the
icy by American plane when
telephone with President Eisen warning it away from Soviet
hower in Denver, Colorado, territory.
and with the of
Secretary
State (Mr. at the Man
Dulles)
ila

The
conference.
United States bomber
Nationalists
on a "routine" patrol flight
from
by the
Atsugi,
Navy
Japan,
to have
was
been fly
said
Continue
ing parallel to the Siberian
mainland
ed by Soviet
when it

fighters.
was attack
Amoy Strike
TAIPEH, Tues.-The heaviest
Reply concentration of Chinese Na
The State Department re tionalist air and sea units ever
jected as without
"completely to be thrown against the Chin
An aedial perspective of what the proposed Narrows foundation" a Soviet protest

Approaches
Communists

Will
ese today contin
bridge and access and departure roads (including new roads) United States bomber
that the ued the bombardment of the
will

pleted,
look
is shown
like when

above.
the first stage of construction

-
is com
Two Officers had invaded
But, yesterday
Soviet
the
territory.
Depart
port
mainland
of Amoy
targets.
and nearby

Need Study The ment was re-studying reply than 100


picture was
taken and giving a loop-like ap its
They sank more

looking
north. Lake
approximately
Monger is at the
proach.
At the northern end, traffic Appointed To which
did
stated
the United
that "at no
States
time
Navy
Communist
motorised. it
junks,
was
five
officially
of them
an
left of from the aircraft open fire on the So
The second
stage of the Ncarrows plan top the picture. south of river nounced here.
bridge could viet aircraft."
communique
will cross over traffic on to A brief issued
involve carrying traffic on the western side of the city,
The
height
bridge
of 30ft.
will
in a
rise to
vertical
a
the bridge from the direc Fight Footrot from
Officials confirmed
one
reports here later this evening said

tion of Nedlands. Japan that of the that Chinese Nationalist Air


north over Mounts Bay-road, past the Emu brewery curve and will have a 70ft. Two footrot inspectors had
This northward traffic will nine surviving Americans man Force planes had flown more
on the western side and towards George-street vehicular way providing appointed under the Com aged to fire the bomber's sorties over
six of and have two alternatives. been than 150 Amoy
for lines traffic gun
One will be the use of a monwealth services extension machine and poured about and nearby mainland areas.
This second stage will have a lOft. footway.
right loop of the rotary the Director of Agricul
to be worked out in colla At the southern grant,
end, traf treatment shown and thence
boration with the Town fic will have the choice of ture (Mr. G. K. Baron Hay)
westward towards Ned
Planning
J. A.
Commissioner
Hepburn) and the
(Mr.
Perth
The 40-Hour reaching
suburbs
south-of-the-river
either by the south
lands.
The other will be towards
announced

Footrot was
yesterday.

responsible for
east road (shown at the Mounts Bay
City Council. the city along tremendous economic losses

The Minister
this
for
in
Works
the
(Mr.
Legis
Week Has bottom
will lead
centre
into
right),
Labouchere
which road,
way
which
road in
will
the
be a one
section be
among
and the
stock

new
each

officers
year,
would
he said,
be
Tonkin) said road or proceeding ahead to tween the rotary and the
yesterday. the
Assembly
lative
Replying to Mr. Court 'Degenerated' destination
ville-parade.
points via Mel connection
ward
with
lanes.
the out stationed

disease was
in districts

most prevalent.
where

Nedlands) who asked


(L.C.L., Traffic to enter The movement in the re would demonstrate
about possible approaches to wishing They the
MELBOURNE, Tues.-The the bridge from that end verse direction will be a
Mr. Tonkin said methods recommended for a I:
the bridge, Arbitration Court might have will not be able to use route stage
the along the first
that the Government was at treatment, control and eradica
to reconsider the standard south-east road indicated, of a new foreshore line
present concerned with the de tion of footrot on affected pro
working week if men would not but will be able to do so by permitting traffic to proceed
velopment of the first stage of perties.
work the 40 hours now laid the main approach direct on to the bridge as shown
the plan. Mr. Justice Foster
down, said or by the riverside road in the picture, or under the They would be initially sta
This involved use of the exist in the court shown beneath bridge Nedlands.
today. running it to tioned in the Bridgetown-Boyup
ing road system and some new
confess I was a area with
S"I party to the Brook-Kojonup head
roads on reclaimed areas to
Court's 40-hour decision, but I quarters at but
provide for a free flow of traf Bridgetown,
that
EARL MOUNTBATTEN
never anticipated it would
their services would be made
fic.
degenerate into a 30-hour
Mr. Court also asked whether available to other districts as
week,"
he said.
Mr. Tonkin knew that there required.

TO RELINQUISH POST
pee6y
was some speculation about He made these comments
when told workmen em Meticulous inspection of
possible approaches from the that
at sales and
north the western end of ployed on alterations to ships sheep country
along
worked only hours a LONDON, Tuesdcay.-Admiralcd Earl Mountbatten of quarantining properties on
the city and their possible ef six day which infected sheep originated
fect on parts of Malcolm. for 4 a shift. to his post Commander-in
Burma is relinquish as
had freed a number of propert
Mount and Spring streets and He was inspecting the crew's
Chief, Mediterranean, the Admiralty announced last ies from infection in the past
Mounts Bay-road. quarters on the steamer Iron few years.
Master, at Victoria Dock. night
the It was now necessary to give
The ship is one on which Mountbatten, Before he became Supreme
Earl the more attention to the education
Seamen's Union is seeking a Commander in South-East Asia
lying" uncle of the Duke of Edin al side of footrot control and
First Invasion "hard
claim now
allowance
before Mr.
in
Justice
a
burgh, assumed the addi
in 1943, he
aircraft-carrier
commanded
Illustrious,
the
and
to establish closer touch with
owners of affected flocks.
Foster in the Arbitration Court. tional post of C.-in-C. Allied was later chief of combined op

Since The War The seamen's


tinued at the
case
court
will be con
tomorrow.
Forces,
its inception
Mediterranean,
in March, 1953.
on erations
raids
organising
along
the
commando
coastline of

He is to be succeeded in both Nazi-occupied Europe.


Rock Landed
Stirs N. Guinea appointments in December next Admiral Sir GuyGrantham

PORT MORESBY, Tucs.-A


Wundowie by Admiral
aged 54,
Sir

formerly
Guy Grantham,
second-in
saw war
East and
service
in
the Middle
Norwegian
in
waters
For New
command, Mediterranean Fleet. in 1944 and 1945.
thousand tourists this morning
poured into Port Moresby when Exports In recent weeks Earl Mount
Super Plant
the 28,000-ton liner Orion ar batten has been unofficially tip

Need For THE DEPENDABLE CIGARETTE


rived for a 36-hour visit. ped for the post of First Sea
More
The Orion was unable to berth
Pig Iron Lord
Admiralty
of the Admiralty,
spokesman last
but an
night
Twenty-five
roaring through
motor trucks

Albany
are

day
Sat the
shipping
town's
agents
new
organised
wharf so
a Wundowie had supplied the said that no future appoint Magistrates, and night carrying phosphatic
ment for him was yet known. rock from the freighter Lyle
Dunkirk"
"little
small craft to
of

bring
all

passengers
types of full
iron
local
since
requirements
1948 except for 1.000
pig of
He has been British comman
Says A.L.P. Park to the new works of Cum

ashore. der-in-chief the Mediterran ing Smith and Mount Lycil


tons imported in 1950, the Min in The State executive of the
Farmers Fertilisers Ltd.
Tourists were greeted at the ister for Industrial Develop ean since May 1952, when he A.L.P. believes that Perth is in
Admiral John The 5,000 tons
jetty with music played by the ment (Mr. Kelly) said yester succeeded Sir need of additional magistrates, ship. carrying
native police band and thou day. Edelsten. and will ask the Government to of rock, arrived on Tuesday
sands of curious natives. appoint more. and began unloading the follow
to Mr.
Abbott He was appointed when he was
Among the passengers are Replying The of the A.L.P. ing day.
Mt. Lawley)
in the Fourth Sea Lord, one of many secretary
about 100 relatives of ex-ser (L.C.L., metropolitan council (Mr. R. A.
Legislative Mr. Kelly distinguished positions he has It is expected that the cargo
vicemen buried at Bomana Assembly, said that the
filled in a career Hartley) yesterday will be lifted by today or to
war who on a pil
said that 464 tons had been sold long during
cemetery are
which he
has been Viceroy of ever-increasing traffic cases in morrow.
to West Australian purchasers
grimage. and wartime the courts were much of
in August. India Allied Su taking As arrival of rock
were met by officials of the magistrates'
time. the ship
They preme Commander in South be
local branch of the R.S.L. In 100 tons had been some cases ments will a permanent fea
the addition, East Asia. "In it is three
ture of the port, some cartage
arranged for cars to take sold to Indonesia, 130 tons to months from the time of the of
who
contractors are in AND MEDIUM
New Zealand to investing
them on the 12-mile trip to the and two tons fence until it is heard in court,"

Melbourne.
Adventure said Mr. Hartley. bigger trucks. STRENGTH
cenretery.
All the town's stores are sjie The price of pig iron sold by Since Earl Mountbatten joined "We will ask the Government It is hoped that production
Broken Pty. Ltd. the the 1913 intepds
cially decorated for the occa Hill in British Navy in as a if it relieve the posi will start at the works in Oc
.to
sion which marks the first capital cities varied according cadet he has had a.distinguish tion by appointing. new magis tober and the first superphos
to but a ed and adventurous career x)9w?0.ss3
major tourist visit since before grades averaged 20 trates, and we will recommend phate be dispatched in Janu
.
at foundries. often in the thick of battle. does so."
the war.-A.A.P.-Renters. ton that it ary.

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