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

Mc DOWELLS NO ONE CAN COMPETE WITH THE VALUES erviCE fashion Snr MAI L ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO PHONE ORDERS PING BL405I Mail Orders add 1/6 freight PALM ISLAND HAIRCORD S DELIGHTFULLY COOL AND FEMININE Every young Miss will want (and need) at least one or two of these thrilling bargain frocks neatly styled with roll collar, button to waist bodice with a full gathered skirt. In a novelty border design guaranteed to wash and wash and always come up smiling with gay colour. Lovely shades of Lilac, Aqua, Lemon or \ Green on frosty white grounds. * Sizes XSSW, SSW, SW, W. MONEY SAVING PRICE, 28/ Mc DOWELLS««« ES!

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

I BARGAIN BALE Unbelievable Tallie but owing lo limited supplies, only 2 bales lo each customer. Cnntalnfnc:' 2-All Wool Army Blankets. Í pr. 54 x 90 Unbleached Sheets. 2-17x27 Snow White Pillow Cases. 1-Strong Fibre Mattress. 6-Cotton tland Towels. £5*19/« thc Bale - F.O.R. These won't last, so lie carly, avoid disappointment. Send I'.N. "SALVAGE STORES, 100 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. Sorry - No C.O.D. AN OPEN LETTER... FROM THE OFFICE OF GLORY CHEST LOTTERY Dear Supporters, We know that you approved of the postponement of drawing Glory Chest Lottery No. 2 until December 14th, and we thank you for your co-operation. It is necessary, however, that you hasten to complete the coupon below and post it with your 5/- remittance, so that we can give you that extra chance to win prizes to the value of £15,000, including two wonderful V.P. homes, a car, refrigerators, radios and washing machines. Don't delay another day. Just think what the1 investment of another 5/- could do for you. Take a chanc...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEEN IS BUSY PLANNING FOR CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

QUEEN IS BUSY PLANNING FOR CHRISTMAS By A Staff Correspondent LONDON, Oct. 31.-The Queen has been busy this week preparing for Christmas. WITH only three weeks to go before she and the Duke of Edinburgh set off in their Commonwealth tour, she has set aside this time for checking her list of friends who receive coveted Christmas cards, signing them, and, most important of all, choosing Christmas presents for Prince Charles and Prin- cess Anne. In addition she had to decide on gifts for her mother, sister, and other relatives, and staff and tenants of the Royal estates. One of the gifts for Prince Charles and Princess Anne is a new nursery china set which the Queen chose in the. village of Ballater while she' was holidaying at Bal- moral. This Doulton china set is called "Bunnikins." Its cups, mugs, bowls, egg cups, and plates in cream china are decorated with cavorting rabbits in colourful clothes, j The Queen's Christmas 1 card list is one which must be pruned from time to time. Any...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

' "or clouds before .the more ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ j ^ ^ White chiffon, with the subtlest oliva ~] green in the cross-over bodice, makes a dress ] of timeless beaury. A wing of the green chiffon falls from the shoulder to be draped as ;] a stole or left to flutter free. Black velvet is 1 white chiffon's ally in the Grecian draped dress with its clinging midriff, and the spreading fullness of the strapless dress is caught by ' j muiti-coloured flower clusters. These are ^ repeated on the graceful gathered bodice. ]

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

DESIGNED BY Sitiar of Captain Molyneu«, Doyen of the English Coufovre \1 Horrockses Fashions The Finest Cottons in the World AIOUT . » io ONS.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Smart, Uniformed Women In Suits On Derby Day FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Smart, Uniformed Women In Suits On Derby Day FROM OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE MELBOURNE, Saturday.-Like an army of well drilled toy soldiers, women in Melbourne this morning hopped out of bed, pushed up their win- dows, noted the overcast grey sky, went to their cupboards and took out their uniforms-classic suits of black, navy and grey-to wear to thc Derby Day meeting at Flemington. Left: ELIZABETH Me- la AU GH buys a pop- corn rose for her golli- wog at the Treasure Island fete held by the central funds commit- tee of the Children's Library and Crafts Movement at the Phil- lip Park Centre yes- terday. The classic suit, with, of course, this season's slight variations - sometimes a shorter skirt here and there on women with good legs, sometimes a slightly less marked waistline (for women who aren't proud of their inches)-is the Australian woman's favourite garment. She wears it almost every day from late March through to late November, when she exchanges it for thc Austra lian summe...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

~- vi V .1 DENIER NILONS /'PABÎJ!LO'uisM by HILTON are ^heer^as'i wisp ^rfeé/ánt^ÍcaUf 'XHÍ'j »'\ flatterîng^!-» the ultimatkin, glamour. With a new^íñdatlfootw'enchantíng ; | 1 - lacy tops, and the finest seamsjever, they are strictly for looks and luxury. ' ' | ^ V;'^|>À£i^ böxia^rT^Sr^ pair-' ^^ HiVtOH give you a beautiful satin sachet for their protection - these, \ j j ^ the worW* sheerest nylons: ; . Ç ''^^r-i^^.. 11, -; j V occairôn" nylons are available ir» two ' j^r^T^^^^^^¿ " ' ' |' s :braun4 new colours « **BON BON" / *, ; /^^^ \ JW ,;

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

LUMBAGO? M?r Alf/ I do like a game of bowls and now I can enjoy it again, thanks to a daily dose of Kruscheu. For a time I had to give up bowls because of Lumbago. The stooping got me -it was sheer agony to straighten up again. Then I started taking Kruschen Salts, and in next to no tune I was back at the dub with my old mates. Lumbago is caused by Poisons in the bloodstream and Kruschen helps to clear tom way -giving . sure, positive relief. Don't let aches and pains ffiP'l ypur enjoyment of Me. Take it from me, you can keep fit with a daily dose of Kruschen Salts. Bli!/ KRUSCHEN SALTS w-isy and take lt every day. --Adv».

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRANBROOK FETE RAISED £3,500 FOR CHAPEL FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

CRANBROOK FETE RAISED £3,500 FOR CHAPEL FUND MISSES ELIZABETH PITT and JILL MERE- WETHER wore cotton dresses to the fete held at Cranbrook school yesterday to aid the school's war memorial fund. The headmaster, Mr. G. E. Hewan, welcomed Rear-Admiral H. A. Showers, who opened the fete. MORE than £3,500 was raised in a few hours yesterday at the fete at Cranbrook School in aid of the Memorial Chapel Fund. Nearly 5,000 people at- tended the fete, which was the culmination of weeks of preparation by pupils, par- ents, masters and old boys, and the crowning event of a series of parties and dis- plays in aid of the Fund, including a barbecue and the orchid show at the school earlier in the year. The fete was opened by Rear-Admiral H. A. Show- ers, R.A.N., who was ac- companied by Mrs. Showers. It was billed as a "Mon- ster Fete" and from early morning until 10 at night the grounds were overflow- ing with people. Soon after breakfast, mothers began to arrive with masses of flowers, cakes a...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

WANTED Tenanted Houses and Shops OUR SPECIALISED SELLING OF TENANTED PROPERTIES BRINGS IMMEDIATE AND SUCCESSFUL RESULTS SALES COMPLETED EVERY DAY WRITE, PHONE OR CALL WI1LM0RE & RANDELL Real Estate Agents Ile CASTLEREAGH STREET, BW4411. After Hours, FU8034 I No need to I shop around I for your new I washer ! "jfk Mb Improved washing action-a longer agita- v\ ^^^üu!y\Üi£^Hr Tjjjj^ßßßp tor arc gives the suds greater penetrating ^ N\^^&fjgpr of the washing water, and agitator is re- ^/^^Bsfi^^k. cessed, preventing clothes from jamming Mgj^MWrBi^ or tangling. Only £87/40/-, or with ^^ffípm^fS^ík optional emptying pump £92/10/-. ^SfrffvfÊnH^K^m Low' deposit and easy terms. H(^^M«LM|^^V mmxm i »itu MI tier ir i III 111 ri II i s T11111 III i r 11

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

I STENOGRAPHES Competent girl 18/20 years for the Advertising Department of the "Sun." Hours: 8.45 a.m. to 5.15 p.m., Monday to Fridays, also TYPISTE CLERK JUNIOR Competent typists and accurate with figures for duties associated with Weekly publications. A girl'residing in the Eastern Suburbs preferred. Apply Monday to: * Personnel Officer, Associated Newspapers Lfd., _60/70 Elizabeth Street, SYDNEY_ BIB AND BRACE OVERALLS In heavyweight Drill, tully cut, double sewn seams. Shades of Navy or Khaki. Sizes 4 to 8. 25 48in. FURNISHING Marquisette Woven in neat self checks. Guaranteed ta wash. For curtains, bed- spreads, etc. Biscuit shade. 48in. Al - m Hub Price, *T I I Never, never again will you lind these famous name irocks at these silly prices! Plain and iloral designs in Shan- tung and Crepes. In such pretty styles too! Also a few Maternity and Sun Suits. Sizes include XSSW. SSW, SW. W and XW. '10/-. WRAP - ON CORSET Leading Manufacturers, inner belled, side hook, wrap on Corset....

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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H.P. Trotting [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Race. Placid horses. OUAI.IFYING MÁRVAN STAKES. Dawn Ster Slarlcd: ??? Big Boom Din. (Cor S/) S.P. Win. Place _ £ 5 d £ s d 1S-1 17 9 0 12 9 4-7 0 6 « _4-1_0 6 9 Later details in Stop Press Qualifying 'Stakes, Im 5f MARVAN. Ï. Johnson's b ~h, 5y, Van Ayr - Marjorie Rose, ser. (W. S. Smith, 2.13) ..;',;... 1 DAWN STAR (N.Z.), scr. (L. C. Chant; 2.13 1-5) ..~ 2 BIG BOOM. scr. (J. A. Wright, 2.13 2-5). 3 Then followed: Last Price, scr., 4; Lawna>a.da, scr., 5; Lord Wick, scr., 6; Dream Day, scr., 7; Lad- die's Pick, scr., 8; Marian's Hope, scr., 9; Quixote, scr., 10. Scr.: Lachlan Star. Casawin. BETTING: 7-4 on Dawn Star, 4 Bia Boom, .7 Lawnavada, 15 MARVAN, 25 Marian's Hope, 50 Lord Wick, 66 Laddie's Pick, Last Price, Quixote, 100 Dream Day. Divs, (for 5/): Win, £3/17/9; place. '12/9. 6/6. 6/9. Lpn., VA len. Time, 3m 36s. Started, 7.30. ' Judge's numbers: 1. 3. 12. Walgctí Hep., Im 5f MAXTON _._ 1 FLYING SHADOW ' _ 2 DOUBLE WYN . 3

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Dropped Whip Costs £3,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Dropped Whip Costs £3,000 By dropping his whip, G. Frankland, rider of Quinox in Th¿ Mona Vale Novice Handicap at Randwick yesterday, cost the horse's part owner-trainer <£3,000. . " Quinox could not be ridden put by Frank- land nearing the win- ning post and went down by a neck to El Zeit, with Lucky Tea half a head away, third. The race provided an amazing finish as six or seven horses were spread across the track and there was little more than a length be- tween them. Quinox eased from 50-1 to 200-1, but late I backing caused him to firm to 33-1. Opposite the Leger he raced to" the front, but soon afterwards Frankland lost his whip and was unable to ride out the colt. It was only in the last stride that El Zeit got the upper hand. Even though she finished a close fourth, Cedrela was a disap- pointing favourite. . She proved a handful for her tiny apprentice W. Toohey. IN AN EXCITING FINISH in the Mona Vale Novice at Randwick yesterday thc horses were spread across the ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLING GREEN —FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

BOWLING GREEN -FOR WOMEN LISMORE, Saturday. -. An interesting development in the fight by women bowl- ers to gain recognition in the Northern Rivers area is the opening of a new green at Byron Bay-for women only. This year has seen a steady increase in the num- ber of women bowlers des- pite the refusal by some clubs to admit them. The only Lismore club which has made, provision for women bowlers is the new East Lismore Club, whose greens are still in the course of. construction. The women have to travel to Nimbin, Coraki and Bruns- wick Heads to learn the game.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT MOTORING SECTION SIZE ENGINE? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

OTOlllM, SECTIO SIZE ENGINE ? By Sturt Griffith, B.E. At some lime every owner or prospective owner must answer the questions: How big an engine do I want? Is that engine too small for my purposes? IT is time to throw off ' *? the notion that small ¡engines are puny and j weak. I I am not necessarily ad- vocating small engines,- but in no branch of the auto ¡ mobile industry has more j progress been made than in ' engines of this size. ! To-day one can purchase a good make of small car I knowing that its engine will run as smoothly as a sewing machine right up to its maximum, and that it will give a good road perform- ance. The small engine demands frequent use of the gear lever, but that is no hard- ship with a good synchro mesh, often provided. Real Attractions For those who like a taste, of performance with use of the gearlcver only on steep ish hills, the engines between one and two litres offer real attractions. In this size, and particu- larly in the slightly greater capacity ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTSCRIPT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

IrpHIS is ail of Eddie Chapman's story ¡!¡ ?*? that anyone is allowed to tell. I|I // is only hali of it; for telling the \A other half Eddie was fined £50 and £25 costs al Bow Street on March 29th, lA 1946, under the Official Secrets Act. « * ? j It is perhaps significant, however, O that when, through, a later indiscretion, \>\\ he was hauled before a magistrate in *'A 1948 on a currency charge, a senior ¡¡¡j officer from the War Office who gave ï\\ evidence described him as "one of the bravest men who served in the last war." k'i¡

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Concluding episode of a thrilling spy adventure THE EDDIE CHAPMAN STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

.mm Concluding episode of a thrilling spy adventure THE EDDIE "r\ CHAPMAN STORV ... as told to FRANK OWEN by EDDIE CHAPMAN I ¡3 TpDDIE Chapman-convicted thief-volunteers to spy for the ¡|í Eg M-j Germans in World War ll. By betraying the German Se- {¡Í ig cret Service to the British he hopes to obtain pardon for his ¡|Í| jw crimes.. Chapman is parachuted into England on a sabotage ¡|í¡ Eg job, returns to Germany and goes to Norway to spend his prize- ¡¡5¡ |g money. He later agrees to undertake a second mission. ||ï[ Il EGULARLY from now, von Gruñen and I went up to the Luftwaffe H.Q. to find out the date of my departure for Eng ? land, but time drifted by and we always got the same answer: "Not to- day." Apparently, the Ger- mans were nervous about committing planes over Britain, owing to their huge losses. I was sitting with a couple of Germans in von Grunen's flat when I heard of the opening of the Second Front. Von Gruñen himself came io and told us that the Allies had landed. "A...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Practical Australian Motorist Order Form To: The Sun Book Dept., Bot 4244, GPO, Sydney, j endosa 12/6 plus I/- for carriage and packing (making 13/6 in all) for one copy of the Practical Australian Motorist on your special privilege terms. Postal Note/Money Order/Cheque No. . . Made payable to Associated Newspapers Ltd. (MR.) NAME <MRS»_-_._ M rt mc (M|SS) ADDRESS ?._._.... ?'" _ __ STATE "BOOKWÎTH" CARE ' NAME_ ADDRESS _._ If undelivered return fo The Sun, Box 4244, G.P.O., Sydney.

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CHESS By G. Koshitsky PROBLEM No. 245. Black, 2 pieces [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

CHESS By G. Koshidlsky PROBLEM No. 245. Black, 2 pieces I While, 5 pieces ! White to play and mate in \ three moves. SOLUTION TO PROBLEM No. 244. Composition by A. Nikolacíl. 1. Q ? KI3 K . Q4 2. Q x V male. If 1 ... K - B4; 2. O -K5 mate. If I ... P - Q4; 2. Q - QB3 mate. If 1 ... P - K6; 2. Q x QI» mate. An easy one for a change. "Sun-Hcrald" problem solving competition No. 243. Prizewinners: G. A. Crick, Goulburn: R. J. Janssen, Broken Hill: H. Lewis, Haberfield: B. Mikal. Newcastle; J. W Newton, Randwick: W. Payne. Hornsby

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Di m do re's BARGAIN STORE .H>in HEAVY ENGLISH GREY HKADCLOTH vii SPEC. PRICE, yard '/«. 44in FLORAL JERSEYS, plc;isitiK ilcsicns and colours. Special Nov TRICE. J it yard . 4/0 22in x 42hi ENGLISH TOWELS. llvctlliiil t/4 4 Quality ai. euch *»/ ' 1 36in ER KINCH SHAN- TUNG. ALL COLOURS. Usual price 12/6. tit GU"! CRICK, yard 0/0 FAILLE SKIRTS, S.W to S.S.W. GREEN AND *?) it WHITE. Value ni. ea. l¿/° I Oin ENGLISH SLEEPING DOLLS. LAY-BY for XMAS Usual price 35/-. *.% it While Tlicy Last .. l'/0 Cnuntn Mall Order Specialist Mnncv Refunded ll nm uilisficrt 4lh FLOOR CANBERRA HOUSE 197 ELIZABETH STREET SYDNEY Opp. Mnscum Railway Stnllon ************************** * * I Ken Howard Qi Ï £ interviews v / J * "MELBOURNE CUP STORY" * £ 4 DYNAMIC ONE-HOUR CUP EVE PROGRAMME J * A MAJOR BROADCASTING NETWORK FEATURE * ¥ * ^ Bringing you the greatest line-up ftiryj MflNIiAV NIPI1T * * of leading Turf pensonalities in WEA I I VI UN UH I Nibil I ^ ¥? the world - trainers, owners, )f jockeys and ...

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