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Stewards' Warning To Jockey [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Stewards9 Warning To Jockey Stewards at Rand- wick yesterday warned jockey A. Ward that I they would take action I against him in future if he did not obey their instructions. They said this at an in- quiry into the running of Ward's mount Seacraft in the First Deewhy Graduation Stakes. Seacraft, who started at 9-4 finished second, a head behind the winner, Grand Vite (6-4) after veering out over the last furlong of the race. i Tatyoon (10-1) finished third a further three lengths .away. The stewards told . Ward that he had ignored their instructions by not'trying to straighten up his mount, , ,. They said. ' ' they'' ''Vîfëtr warned all jockeys that they must stop riding their mounts and try to straighten them up if they ran about during a race. . Ward had not made any effort to try and straighten Seacraft, with the result thal his mount almost came over on to Grand Vite, they said. Chief steward, Mr. J. Kil- lian, told Ward: "If the two horses had touched there would have been a p...

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

COUNTRY CHAMPION DOWNED Hans showed his superiority over coun- try champion Rapid River in the Second Deewhy Handicap at Randwick yesterday. Punters concentrated on this pair only, but Hans had the upper hand throughout and beat Rapid River by four lengths. Verday, backed from 10-1 to 8-1, was two lengths back in third place. ./ ? Hans was brilliantly ridden by bis apprentice jockey W. Toohey, who gained his second success of the day. Earlier Toohey had won the .Collaroy Handicap on Craigavon. Hans started at 6-4. Rapid River af 7-4 was possibly the only one backed with confidence to beat him. Lot In Hand Hans quickly got to the front, and at the half-mile was well clear of Masque and Halsted- with Rapid River in eighth place, v Hans led clearly into the straight and gradually in- creased his advantage to win with a lot in hand. Hans was withdrawn from the Welter Handicap with this race in view, and the decision of his connections, was obviously wise. Rapid River was well beaten but...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

JUST FAILS: The fast-finishing Sun Visor, fails to catch outsider Caramba by a half head in the Wakeful Stakes at Flemington yesterday.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VOTED AT 96 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

VOTED AT 96 Mrs. Alice Ross, 96, of Waverley, the oldest voter in thc Waverley by-election yesterday, discussed election pros- pects with Miss Dawn Cameron, of Rose Bay, at the St. Charles' Hall polling booth, Waver- ley.

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

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800 Million In Grip Of Reds [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

800 Million In Grip Of Reds WASHINGTON, Saturday (A.A.P.). Communist Party membership through- out the world totals 24 million, says a re- port by a U.S. Senate sub-committee. The party controls 800 million people in various countries. The sub-committee was set up by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to report on Communist strength and objectives all over the world. The report says that in Australia, Communist in- fluence is concentrated in the Labour movement, but in the last three years anti-Communist groups within the trade-unions have limited its power. Communist Party mem- bers hold some key offices in the transport, mining, and heavy industry unions. "But in the last three years anti-Communist groups within the unions have ousted most and limited (he manipulative power of other Communist officials." DECLINE IN U.K. Communist influence in Britain has been curtailed in thc trade-union movement, thanks to a sustained anti- communist campaign by the Trades Union Congress, the...

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Childish FACT Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

\Childish ! FACT Correspondent : Marsha Howard, 5, ? ! of Springfield, Illinois, « ! told her family that the « : kindergarten provided ? ! only "Iricycles and bi- ; Î cycles and a little red ; ! waggon for little kids." ; ; She refused to go : ; hack to school because : ; "they don't teach typing 2 ; and arithmetic." i

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Menace of fake atom bombs FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Menace of fake atom bombs FACT correspondent Dud or fake atomic bombs may be dangerous weapons of the future, says American research chemist Jack de Ment! They could do almost as much as a live bomb to tem- porarily disrupt the life of a big city, he thinks. Says de Ment: "There's a good chance that some stock-piled, or even new, bombs could be duds from mechanical or human failure. "Fake bombs could be a potent psychological weapon, even a real weapon. "Two cities might be bombed and a fake bomb dropped into a third. "Until the fake was dis- covered, the area would be deserted and factories closed down." De Ment suggests a fake bomb could be used to neutralise and empty a city which an advancing enemy wished to capture.

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

I THIS WEEK7

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

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Dancing helps a reformatory FACT'S New York News Bureau. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Dancing helps a reformatory FACT'S New York News Bureau. America's toughest reformatory for girls has been tamed by the introduc- tion of a dance band and boy dance partners. Girls who a few months ago staged a fierce riot have now taken to brushing their hair, cleaning their teeth and using lipstick. The reformatory is the Los Guilucos School for Girls in the Valley of the Moon, 70 miles from San Francisco, and the story is told in "Collier's Magazine." One evening last March, 80 teenagers were finishing sup- per when suddenly one girl screamed and a table was overturned. Instantly every girl in the room went crashing to thc floor. . Five-day riot Cutlery went flying through the air. Girls bash- ed their fists through win- dows and doors. So began a five-day tur- moil nearly as violent as the outbursts which flamed through American men's prisons last year. Girls in two other dormi- tories, hearing thc uproar, started to smash windows, tear out toilets and slash mattresses. Nearly h...

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Sank his pride FACT'S New York News Bureau. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Sank his pride FACT'S New York News Bureau. ¡j New York City police ordered uni- j j versity student Bruce Worm aid, 20, to i : remove his stalled 1936 model car from ? : Welfare Island in the East River. : Wormald obliged by : pushing the car into the : river. 2 He was taken to court 2 and charged with having 2 violated the sanitary code i by dumping refuse into city 2 waters. ! The magistrate ordered 2 him to pay the cost (£90 ! in equipment and ; £20 a ? day for a diver) of raising ? the car. « But after two days of ? salvage efforts failed to ; raise the car, officials de- ; cided to leave it where it ; was. ;

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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

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[?] Of Ranwick Races DAY FINE — TRACK GOOD [?]-OLD MAIDEN STAKES, 5f, 13 l-3yds FILLIES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

y FINE - TRACK GOOD 1" ni D MAIDEN STAKES, Sf, 13 l-3yds FILLIES Car. P.P. Fin. Jockey. . Running. "L^i 8 5 7 IA. Thompson-5th away, 2nd from .w** 3f to home turn. Finished well from- Lejger' to win easily. . 8 5 2 2 D.'Weir-ll th-early, moved up to W* 5th passing 3f. 3rd turning into straight. Hung on fairly 'well in run to 'post. . j 5 4 3 A. Ward-12th early, 10th from 3f ?r. to straight entrance. .Went to the post full of running. 8 5 8 4 S. Cassidy-Lcd from 3f to turn. <* s 5 IO S T. Hiu-7111 irom 3f to turn i S 5 6 6 E. Doon-4th at 3f. 5th at turn. 1 <v,~.n s 5 9 7 W. Camer-3rd at 3f. 4th at turn. ^ gueena j 3 8 B. Murphy-12th at 3f, ll th turn. *" s 5 1 9 C Frankland-6th from 3f to turn. M % 5 5 10 R. Buckley-11th at 3f, 13th turn. 8 5 IS ll B. Phillips-9th from 3f to turn. 8 5 13 12 A. Eaves-13th at 3f, 12th turn. JT 8 5 ll 13 J. Hickey-8th. from 3f to turn, i dance 8 5 14 14 F.- Smith-Last all the way. LihiforSO: Win. 14/9: place, ll, £1/2/6, 13/9. Bett...

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

MR. CECIL GREEN, J

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The Family Next Door [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

The Family Next Door By Eyre, Jr. "They're home all right. I heard someone swearing."

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

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Prophetic Win To Fascinating [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Prophetic Win T© Fascinating MELBOURNE, Saturday.-Fascinat- ing fulfilled the prophecy of his late owner, Mr. John Wren,' when he won the Maribyr- nong Plate at Flemington to-day. John Wren jun., whose father raced Fascinating, said after the race: "My " father told me a fortnight ago that whatever happened to him, Fascinat- ing must run in the Mari byrong Plate". "He said, 'I think this colt is the best in Australia, and the Maribyrnong Plate is the race to prove it." John Wren jun. said: "When my father spoke like that I think he knew he may not be alive for the race, but even in death Fascin- ating confirmed his opinion." The Maribyrnong Plate was Fascinating's third win in as many starts. He was backed like a certainty from 2-1 to 10-9 with Lindberg next. in request at 5-2. Harry Darwon, Lind- berg's trainer, said he be-. lieved had Lindberg not been j balloted out at Moonee Valley, last Saturday he may I have turned the tables. : Fascinating beat Lindberg by three-quarters of a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

PRINCE MORVI gets the upper hand over Cromis to win the Victoria Derby, ^Townsville ,

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