Evening Standard from London, Greater London, England on July 1, 1947 · 1
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Evening Standard from London, Greater London, England · 1

London, Greater London, England
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Tuesday, July 1, 1947
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TIME: 11 21 pm (London) 3830G XPESDAY JULY 1 1947 ONE PENNY Pilot tries in vain to climb again after engine failure in mist wvi ’ J f ft cM 5 h I i- iiy PETROL: GUTS WANTS BAN ON BABIES Thousands wait for t' 'V ‘The Day ’ Frn WILLIMI ALISOI - t The cut in petrol imports will put the holiday 1 plans of thousands of motorists in suspense Unless there is a big saving in petrol-by the Services and commercial users the ration will be cut Splendid!’ f Evening Standard Reporter Here is a nun with a load of cheer and hIml t other rears I Probable effect would be to ower the value of each 1 gallon unit to one gallon Motorists have been calculating on the 11 gallon basis for leir holidays and by scraping and saving have planned to ravel by car If half a gallon is knocked off many with their holiday accommodation booked might find the mailer allowance would be insufficient for their journeys Orders are to be given at once for a big saving campaign in the use of Service petrol plenty “In have been pessimistic— but to-day I can isewUe better promise the housewi things for the coming winter he says He is Samuel Wallace Smedley chairman and managing director of the big canning firm and he s talking about this season’s bumper crops of home-grown fruit and vegetables which in these harvest months are being garnered into cans— and into vjce-blocks too — to make a rich Winter store it Just back from a one-week 4 tour of the orchards of Kent and ho Vale of' Evesham (“I ravelled thousands of miles”) 111 jolly white-haired man with lerry-red face sat in his rndon office under a big por- lit of Winston Churchill and yr dared : - ( There will be much better 3 plies of home-canned fruit v vegetables this winter Very i -h better j Never seen more i Vith the minor exceptions of sherries and raspberries the i are splendid” 1 Smedley was a fruit farmer nerchant before he took up ng first as a home hobby i retirement 25 years ago ' e says that in his 59 years 3 ience he has never seen a cherry crop The same for gooseberries Plums e good Apples? “The t crop since the war The are full of fruit” lis Commons vill be made in the petrol rational ut the assumption is that the cut imports will make one necessary The Government have the I loliday-makers’ problem in mind and will hold oil the cut through-! out the summer if possible but I there can be no guarantee of this and motorists must wait and see Peas in plenty the vegetables T Down at 3 “’ham they have been peas for 10 days now & Visbech in Cambridge-5-’ie pea-canning has just Frospects are bright iso and there should be like last year’s shortage l°v£id peas this time 7 of sweet young carrots re p into cans too The Wnaewason just ended was wry f L - I Quiet frozen fruit' will become i commonplace here as 0 Anw:lti-Mr Smedley thinks Mr Dalton gave no indication ini statement when a cut 'Wait and see 15 instead of 20 Tobacconists9 estimate Evening Standard Reporter 5-hour baby loweredfrom -a window Evening Standard Correspondent AYLESBURY Tuesday— A baby only five hours old was lowered from a' bedroom window at Waddesdon near Aylesbury to-day when fire broke out in the kitchen below A paraffin oil stove had exploded and flames quickly spread to the staircase and towards the bedroom where were the baby apd its mother Mrs Thos Brown Mrs Brown was too ill to be moved but the baby was lowered through the window to the ground ad a precaution The fire was put out by Mrs T George who was nursing Brown and passers-by In missing Evening Standard Reporter: Cnabridge Tuesday The crew of five were killed this aftef-1 noon when ah RAF York crashed in flames after narrowly missing the village of Oakington near Cambridge The York was on a practice flight from Oakington airfield when it came down In a ‘cornfield Golfer struck on-head in championship B R Kelly (Norwich) was struck between the eyes by a ball while playing in the Open golf championship at Arrowe Park' Birkenhead and was taken to hospital CBD MEN ‘CONSPIRED TO STEAL’ GAOLED Compton-12 months Cooper-nine The pilot was attempting to and in a mist when the port i outer engine started to fail ft 7 The pilot must have seen of I noticed that he was landing fV the wrong runway and revv up to start climbing and another circuit when ' IBr crashed - ( Mile of hoses Albert Edwin Compton and Harry Gordon' Cooper Scotland Yard Flying Squad detective-sergeants were at the Old Bailey to-day found Guilty of conspiring to steal Compton was sentenced to 12 months' imprisonment Cooper to 9 months On the remaining eight counts — A 10-year moratorium on babies in England and hungry countries in Europe Is urged by Wholesale and retail tobac- &? MrYeL Sanger Slee v V conista estimate that rvnni I President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America who arrived in London to-day I alleging robbery and theft— they were found Not guilty Mr Justice Lynskey told them I in passing sentence that he had to I accept the verdict of the jury loyally The maximum sentence for conspiracy to steal was two years but both had excellent records — Compton an exceptional record 'Men who are in your position achieved no doubt by their own conists estimate that people are buying 20 to 25 per cent less tobacco (15 instead of 20 cigarettes) than they did before the Budget 11 weeks ago But the Imperial Tobacco Com-1 it is still too early to Mrs Slee Intends to hold ” family planning conferences” in England any say udge the Budget’s effect—' " the Chancellor knows more than we do" Tobacco manufacturers to morrow meet - their workers in ondon to discuss - the workers' claim for ' a 44-hour guaranteed week because they say "thou Racehorse musing wees Because uiey say " uiuu-i ' sands have been put on short time ftT OTIVT hundreds sacked Ul Ol'Cf'f 1 Evening Standard Reporter efforts” he said "must not betray their trust Both of you have done so Both of you have in effect been guilty of conduct which is a disgrace to the force to which you belong’’ 1 Always done my duty ’ Compton listened to the judge's remarks with his hand grasping the ledge on the front of the dock Cooper stood ' with his hands behind him staring straight ahead After the judge had passed sentence Compton standing alone in ‘We cut loan p too much’ JQalf-an-hour after the finish WASHINGTON Tuesday— The hings Britain wants to buy in the United States now cost more than 30 per cent more than they did in 1940 when Britain got the the Apprentice Handicap which opened the racing at New-market this afternoon Mr Gordon Sadler owncr-tralner was still searching for his horse Deluded ridden by T Aleager which should have been among the runners the dock said: "I have always done my duty as a police officer and all my savings over a number of yean have been spent on against these allegations against us “I cannot see Harry Gordon Cooper with Mrs Compton ter of yean i 11 Z’SdAunt 63 did not ha M £3 know nephew 71 individual charge of robbery they 3750000000dol loan uiuiviuudi LiiLW ui ruuvcrjr uicjri t can be satisfied on the evidencerrari Lam TtiicTinnrl that we are guilty of conspiracy! vYdl? liCl lllldUctllll Mr Justice Lynskey: "You are well advised by competent legal JJvo years ago when she was (£937500000) I nujetly feTw Not that Iam advising! 71-year-old nephew-by-ma triage a?utJ?h8 you to do anything" (a son of her late husband’s One US economic expert eaidihHofwards announced as with -I f brother) ufKnn nritin mmp ovpf And did not come undcr Muni utter rum I To-day in th® Divorce Court On behalf of Cooper Mr John she asked for a decree nisi oi ° Flowers KC referred to his record nullity She claimed she thought and said that he was a ma cried her register office marriage was woman married her When Britain came over here tor a loan she wante d starter s orders SOOOOOOOOOdoL (£1250000000) This brought the number "American negotiators after anrunners from 13 to 12 extensive examination of the facts concluded that 1 250000 OOOdol (£312500000) less would be just enough It wasn’t and isn’t" Hoses were run a mile across fields to the flames but the V machine burned QUt ' y ' 5 Three of the crew were killed J when the York hit the ground V One man was thrown clear V while another with injury to both -legs was pulled from the wreckage but both died- on way to : ' hospital j CAR CRASHES IN WINDOW At baker9s shoft Evening Standard Reporter car crashed through the window of a baker’s shop in Goodge-street Tottenham Court-road this afternoon Thq woman driver and s man were unhurt So were two women -assistants although flying glass fell around thm v Mr Launer owner of the shrpr - shrpf' said about £5 worth of small cakes hit by splinters would have to be condemned Bevau claims new house record -V Evening Standard Political Correspondent Tr Aneurih Bcvan claims a pew record in his latent Housing Report The 11759 peN manent houses completed during j May is the highest figure yet achieved It exceeds the previous record which was in December by 17G4 houses In April the figure was 9720 houses ' : 'Si' DIRECTOR CHARGEff4 V K WITH BIGAMY4 Donald Taylor Stewart 5S fat KaJ m m ji a i cribed as a company direfi Oxford-st - Stratford Court remanded on bail Marylebone to-day bigamously marrying Mary Harkins at register office on July during the lifetime i 31 If disputes the value of the £ 1 in USA 1000 dreamers tell BBC Now— they just wait ¥ eaiag Standard Parliamentary Reporter Itosnoq (Ct Maidstone) askrd Mr Halloo Chancel-the I'tchrquer In Farlia-thii afternoon the number etollars required by banks in J I'SA for an English £ and -V Dalton replied : “ Between ML Z rent and Idol 31 rents ft Immediate delivery” r Bosson then aked if he was it'aware that if he went to the ijse National Hank in New York could buy English its for y'i-L 10 centJ at (his very moment Mr Dalton— No Sir I have given an answer based on careful inquiry Ail the reputable banks —and the Chase National Bank is one— carefully observe the official prices Evening Standard Reporter A thousand dreamers have written to the BBC in response to their invitation to: "Tell us what you dreamed on Friday night Their letters have been forwarded to an eminent psychiatrist man with three children depen-onJjf an engagement ceremony dant on him He had had elrery The wife was Mrs Katie Levy ---- - r chance of success in the future and K BoTnanCStrKetCxfSshL1L' A Mr Arthur James the verdict of the fur meantlR°w- Her husband Mr Abraham 1A Annur oames the verdict of the jury meant 1 4d not contegt the wit Elm Grove-road Barnes wa Giving judgment the Commis- accepted as surety for Stewart' sioner Sir Noel Goldie said thislaPPearance- w-t- was a case of the very greatest T U gravity 175000 WOMEM The whole basis for the pctition ITn was that according to the Jewish! WANTtU ( were within thel recruiting drive for the vextitd marl industriet is to begin at one Mr Bosson then asked if Mr-who intends to take a cross-section Dalton would make further n-0f the community and tabulate and quiries as it was an unfortunate g each dream in the right retiection on conditions m this category country I Id programme called Mr Dillon— I think I have all Dreams” it was explained that the evidence but if you have I when dreams have been evidence which you think is in “ Interpreted" by mird experts conflict with what I have said lthey have often helped people tc iil look into it solve their problem Mr Bosson — I have that! Results are not expected to be evidence made known for some tme SjWu 'C -- - - A faith these people were with! prohibited degrees But the ' industriet is to beglu riagewas legal according to thefiere will be appeals throughout the cotton districts for greater out in those circumstances although i put and unions will at£ operatives he had Uie very greatespympathy f0 work overtime writes the with Mrs Levy he was bound to Evening Standard Political Corre reject the petition spondent Exhumation— for a bomb The industry need 75000 ntord try : workers mostly women Non persona gr stfJj When two 15-year-old ALBERT EDWIN COMPTON in 1940 Coffins have had to be Both boys were removed Isppcoved tchoo 'i s s i fy-i '? m -W-i J t X m ICC IN

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