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FIVE PARIS NOTIONS FROM FATH [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

FIVE PARIS NOTIONS FROM FATH HERE are five new notions from Paris couturier Jacques Fath which have the "on to 1954" feeling: . A lace cocktail dress slashed to the waist to show a velvet "modesty vest." . A high-boned cor sclette belt with stream- ers attached to one side - designed to give flow to a slender dress and emphasise a high bustline. . Tiny forward-per- ched caps of velvet (shown in all colours from black to palest pink) with "side- boards" of the fabric jutting down in front of the cars. O Stiff, upstanding little band collars on scooped, round neck- lines. This neckline, shown on pique suits for summer, is repeat- ed on woollen suits for autumn, with the collar made of Persian lamb. . Rich figured fab- rics as a replacement for embroidery on ball gowns. Wonderful metallic moires and heavy satin warp bro- cades arc among the materials.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Deadlock Broken In Korea [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Deadlock Broken In Korea NEW YORK, Oct. j 24 (A.A.P.).-Com- | munist and Allied j representatives in j Korea to-day settled j one of their differ- j enees. : They agreed to hold ? preliminary talks on a j Korean political confer- ! ence at the Military Armis- i tice Commission building ] on the demarcation line. ¡ This means there is no ! obstacle to the talks open- ! ing on Monday, as originally ! arranged. 1 Earlier, the Communists j had insisted on having the ! meeting in the premises , where the truce was signed, ; but the Allies said that they ; no longer considered the ; area neutral. ! Envoy's Task Mr. Arthur Dean, Amer- ! ica's special envoy to the ! talks, arrived in Seoul (South ! Korea) to-day. # ! He told a Press confer- i ence that if the United ! Nations could not get the Communists to agree on a j time and place for the poli- j tical conference within 14 ¡ days, it probably never ¡ would get agreement. ; "But I don't consider ; there is any urgency about ; reaching an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Japan To Buy Our Butter [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Japan To Buy Our Butter TOKIO, Saturday (A.A.P.-Reuter).-Japan will import 200,000 lb. of butter, costing £43,750, from Aus- tralia, New Zealand and Holland before the end of the year, the Ministry of Trade and Industry an- nounced yesterday.

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CARIOCA BACKERS WORRY OVER DECISIVE WIN BY RIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

tARIOCA BACKERS WORRY OVER DECISIVE WIN HY RIVAL From GEORGE MILLER MELBOURNE, Saturday-Carioca's failure to fill a ! place in the W. S. Cox Plate, won by Hydrogen, is troubling his Melbourne jCup backers. Favourite for the Cup, Carioca finished fifth yesterday at Moonee Valley, several lengths behind Hydroffen* HYDROGEN races to a convincing win in the W. S. Cox Plate. Cari Carioca was close enough at the turn to have a winning chance. Hydrogen scored the best win of his career and earned £.3,000, including a £200 trophy. This increased his stake winnings to £54,029. He needs only £.2,396 to equal Phar Lap's record of stakes earned in Australia. The Cox Plate was con- tested by the best field known in weight-for-age racing for many years. Hydrogen-beat the Vic- toria Derby fayourite, Prince Morvi, by a length, with V.R.C. Sires' Produce Stakes winner Gromis half a length away, third. Leading jockey Bill Wil- liamson handled Hydrogen with supreme confidence. The black horse, a Moo- ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIG ROAD SAFETY DRIVE 1,041 Lose Licences, 823 Others Are Refused [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

BIG ROAD SAFETY DRIVE i l,041Lose Licences, 823 Others Are Refused The Department of Motor Transport cancelled or suspended the licences of 1,041 drivers and motor-cyclists during the year ended June 30,1953, as part of the N.S.W. road safety campaign. The department refused to issue licences to 823 other applicants. Department officials said that few motorists knew that the department as well as a magistrate, could sus- pend or cancel their licences. The Licences Review branch of the department took action on these grounds: Drinking habits, 21 licences cancelled or suspended and 216 applications for licences refused; Criminal convictions, 200 and 200; Traffic convictions, 648 and 117; Criminal and traffic convic- tions, 27 and 78; Convictions in other States, l8 and 2; Physical disabilities, 102 and 151; Miscellaneous, 25 and 59. Families Tell Officials said motor-cycl- ists were high on the list of those dealt with. The licences were sus- pended for periods of one to six months, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Skirts with a future Ask to try on 'Coronation'. You'll like the hang of those eight, permanent inverted pleats, the sleek fit of the hips and, later on. you'll Uko the way this skirt looks good as new through yoars of wear. Gor-Ray-of-Bond-Street crafts- manship of course-evory superb line, every elegant stitch speaks the skill and care-for-detall that is Britain's alone. Like all the Gor-Ray skirts : pure wool in a goodly range of colours and weaves, and a particular size for YOU. GOR-RAY Trade Enquiries : /. B. Creagh, 139, Elizabeth St., Sydney GOR-RAY LTD 107 NEW BOND ST. LONDON W.I ENGLAND there s no need to handle hot water NOW YOU CAN BUY THE NEW NUN » ONLY 'POPE* DOES^'3g? m, THE 4 BIG WASHDAY JOßSv,Ä>* OH SALE EVERYWHERE . 12 MONTHS GUARANTEE .I 2 MONTHS FREE SERVICE £89/10/ COMPLETO WITH Pill/N'EMrT» »UM» POPE PRODUCTS LIMITED «arro 4 ADELAIDE . MELBOURNE . SYDNEY, . BRISBANE) \

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Mere Chatter [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Mere Chatter npWO parties of the week: Zandra Lee and ?*- Joy Flower's party to launch their new modelling agency . . . and the other to launch Arthur Murray's new dancing studio-both in an atmosphere of fabulous food, mad hats, and unusual decor" And, as all the best par- ties end up in the kitchen so the guests at Zandra's party turned up in the studio, among the ice and the bottles, the plates and the food, where usually glamour models are photo- graphed beside a picket fence. And, while Arthur Murray doesn't encourage pupils to dance for a diploma, the Lee-Flower school will hand out the pieces of 'paper ready for training. . . * THE Australian national game . . . even the decision to hold the thea- trical performance for the Queen at the Tivoli instead of the Empire was, 'tis said, made by die flip of a coin. . . . CHAT about Australians abroad, passed on by Lucy Swanton: Clarice Zander giving a practical hand to every talented Aus- tralian who appears in London . . . Cedric Fl...

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Escapees' Tour Of 4 States [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Escapees' Tour Of 4 States MELBOURNE, Sat- urday.—Police yester- day arrested two Queensland youths who had escaped from West- brook Reformatory, near Toowoomba. The youths told police that they had travelled 2,500 miles through four States in eight stolen cars. "We drove for most of it at 90 miles an hour," one youth said. "It was wonder- ful." The youths are Peter Joshua Reiser, 16, and Richard John Bloxson, 17. Escape The boys escaped on Octo- ber 16 from a working party near Toowoomba and made their way to Helidon, where they stole a car. Police said that the youths stole other cars at Allora, Warwick, Ipswich, Brisbane, Lismore, and Grafton. In Brisbane they first took an old car, but quickly abandoned it for a late model. Police said that the youths broke into houses at Taree, Gloucester, Albury, Ade- laide, and Ballarat and stole food, clothing, money, and cheque-books. They cashed forged cheques at Gloucester, Corowa, and Echuca. At Ballarat, a woman neighbour disturbed them...

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The King was in his counting house... [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

necessary to call a doctor to the city office. Training triumphed, how- ever. Some short while later Dr. Isaacs of Bethnal Green, and Sir Edwin Sandeman, met in the elevator just as two different ambulances drew up in front of the building. INSPECTOR NEELE sat in Mr. Fortescue's sanc- tum behind Mr. Fortescue's vast sycamore desk. One of his underlings with a note- book sat unobtrusively against the wall. Inspector Neele had a smart soldierly appearance, with crisp brown hair grow- ing back from a rather low forehead. When he uttered the phrase "just a matter of routine," those addressed were wont to think spite- fully: "And, routine is about all you're capable of!" They [* see the other article on this page *] deep bass roar caused him to shift the receiver an inch or two away from his ear. "Hallo, Neele, you old vulture. At it again with your corpses?" Inspector Neele and Pro- fessor Bernsdorff of St. Jude's had been brought to- gether over a case of poison- ing just over a year a...

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Instalment I of a thrilling murder mystery by a world-famous author Apoc[?]et full of rye [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Instalment 1 of a thrilling murder mystery by a world-famous author A pocket     full of rye * By Agatha Christie "He was an odious man ... they are   all odious people," Mary Dove said. But that was no sound excuse for the poisoning - or for its sequel. IT was Miss Somers's turn to make the tea. Miss Somers was the new- est and the most ineffici- ent of the typists. She was no longer young and had a mild worried face like a sheep. The kettle was not quite boiling when Miss Somers poured the water on to the tea, but poor Miss Somers was never quite sure when a kettle was boiling. It was one of the many worries that afflicted her in life. She poured out the tea and took the cups round with a couple of limp, sweet bis cuits in each saucer. Miss Griffiths, the effici- ent head typist, a grey haired martinet who had been with Consolidated In- vestments Trust for sixteen years, said sharply: "Water not boiling again, Som- ers!" and Miss Somers's wor...

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CEREMONY IN CHAPEL OF COLLEGE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

CEREMONY IN CHAPEL OF COLLEGE FOUR doctors went to a a wedding at St. John's College Chapel-two to be married, a third to be their bridesmaid, and the fourth, to be the best man. The bride was Dr. Phyllis Dignam, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dignam, of Greenwich, a resident fel- low in Pathology at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital; the bridegroom was Dr. John Richards, only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Richards, of Moss Vale, and assistant clinical superintendent of R.P.A. The bridesmaid was Dr. Jill Crossley, of Inverell; and the best man. Dr. Jim Monaro, of the Lewisham General Hospital. The bride's classical gown was of white organza and guipure lace; she carried a bouquet of lily-of-the-vallcy, sent from Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

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"AT MITTAGONG" BY HUNGARIAN ARTIST [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

"AT MITTAGONG" BY HUNGARIAN ARTIST Artist Desiderius Orban with his painting "At Mittagong" which is the Immigration Department's picture-of-the-month. Mr. Orban, a Hungarian who has become naturalised, has been in Australia for 15 years, but says he is still a "New Australian."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Lt íi^flm^ (AMORC) Free Public Lecture TUESDAY AT 8 P.M. "DEATH'S MYSTERIES" By John La Buschagne, F.R.C. What occurs after death? Are there scientific proofs of the survival of human personality? What is the next world like? What is the true heaven and hell? What happens to suicides? Do we return to this earth, and if so, how, why and when? Do some people KNOW the answers to these great questions, rather than merely speculate and theorise upon them? Come and find out! Bring your friends. COLOUR FILM "EGYPT THE ETERNAL" Questions and Answers follow each Discourse No Fees-All Welcome ASSEMBLY HALL MARGARET STREET

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Gun-running near Australia . . p.20 Diary of a Doctor Who tells .. . page 54

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

YOUR HOLIDAY A Barrier Reef Island In Sprint the cruising ls delightful-tlir dura and nights crisp and cool-the lazing perfect -the Ashing good-und you'll enjoy beach- combing on the world's most colourful Barrier Reef. -You'll always remember your Spring on a Barrier Reef Island. We can arrange for your holiday at - CREEN. DUNK. QUOIN. ORPHEUS. HAYMAN. SOUTH MOLLE. PALM BAY. HAPPY BAY, LINDEMAN, BRAMPTON, or IILKON ISLANDS. A Queensland Beach Queensland has many munificent rorflnt beaches where you can reía» In hcalth-gMtur sunshlne-swim In surf or still water-roi* the heights or late on the beach-In short, enjoy this Spring a perfect holiday on a Queensland beach. A Queensland Mountain Queensland's mountain resorts after perfect Spring holidays-the air ls cool and bracing -the scenery Brand. Queensland's National Parks and mountain resorts are happy hunting grounds for tourists, and you have thc choice of - It! NN A BURRA, LAMINGTON NATION- AL PARK. MT. TAMBORINE. SPRING- BROOK, T...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

PLENTY TO HIDE

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IN THIS ISSUE- [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

IM THIS ISSUE - - . Melbourne Cup Review (begins Page 35). . Women (begins Page 21). . Fact (begins Page 19). . Serial (begins page 66). Other regular features are: © Doctor's Diary .. p. 54 . Leon Geliert _p. 62 . Mercier Cartoon . p. 62 . Books . p. 63 . Film Reviews ... p. 64 . Religion . p. 61 . Gilbert Mant _p. 65 . Gardening .. pp. 70-71 . "Penny" strip appears page 59, and the Potts and Wally and the Major are noio in the lift-out comics section.

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Priority For Change In Regency Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Priority For Change In Regency Stuff Correspondent LONDON, Saturday.-Tile Political Correspondent ot the "Daily Express" said to-day that the Regency Bill has been put at the head of the Govern- ment's programme for the next session of Parliament. H is designed to make thc Düke of Edinburgh Regent in- stead of Princess Margaret. The session opens on Tuesday. The Queen leaves for her Pacific lour on November 23. The correspondent says that the Government has therefore 20 days to rush the bill through. Some M.P.s object to altering the hereditary principle of ap- pointing a Regent.

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