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"Flow" Of U.S. Secrets To Russia "They Laughed" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

"Flow" Of U.S. Secrets To Russia "They Laughed" From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT NEW YORK, Saturday. - A scientist said this week that Russian officials "waxed merry" as they received a steady flow of U.S. secrets. , The scientist, a German who had escaped from Russia, gave evidence to the Senate Permanent Investigations Committee. The scientist, wj-.ose name was withheld at his request, testified he work- ed in three different Rus- sian laboratories. "The Russians laughed at what Americans would think of .them using material that came from the Fort Mon- mouth laboratories," he said. "They had complete blue- prints of every new device that American inventors were working on, including equip- ment for shooting down Russian atomic bombers if they flew towards the United States." Senator Joseph McCarthy is chairman of the Investiga- tions Committee. A member of Senator Mc- Carthy's investigating staff said that, at the U.S. Army's huge radar plants at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, the number ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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N.S.W. Women Fly Non-stop To Adelaide Feat By Midget Aircraft [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

FN.S.W. Women Fly Non-stop To Adelaide Feat By Midget Aircraft ADELAIDE, Sat urday. - The las plane to arrive ai Parafield to-day in the women's reliabil- ity air trial, flew non- stop from Sydney in a little over eight hours. Piloted by Misses Me Cornwell and Margaret Sir colts (he plane, a light Au; ter, made one of the longes flights ever attempted by ai aircraft of ils class. Q'land Winner Mrs. Haze] Roberts, o¡ Richmond, Queensland, wa; judged thc winner. She flew from Richmond to Parafield in nine hours and covered a greater dis- tance than any of the other 10 competitors. In her Bcechcraft aircraft she carried her mother and father as passengers. lt has been decided that nett year's reliability trial will end in Sydney. Mrs. Gertrude McKenzie, who crashed her plane in the women's air trial, greets Victorians Miss Peggy Courtenay (left) and Sister Betty Stewart on arrival in Adelaide.

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TAXATION CUTS NEXT PAY DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

TAXATION CUTS NEXT PAY DAY Income-tax cuts will come into force this week, with increases in pay envelopes ranging upwards from 2/ for a woman and 3/6 for a single man on the basic wage.

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

"I believe in PRESIDENT' "I believe that every woman is, entitled to the means of buying jood cheaply, and keeping it hygienically fresh." "I believe that every wife deserves a colourful, work-saving kitchen and the praise of all her family ¡or deliciously cool summer.^mcals." "I believe in every Australian home owning Aus- tralia's finest refrigerator . . . that's why I believe in /'resilient." Model 88. 8^ c. fl.£179/10/ Model 69 . 51 c. ft . £149/10/ PRESIDENT IS SO JBeuuTtfftj.' PRESIDENT IS SO 'Thtm^ti/

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"WORST" POLIO OUTBREAK [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

"WORST" POLIO OUTBREAK The outbreak of poliomyelitis at Narro- mine was described yesterday by the govern- ment medical officer, Dr. A. MacLachlan, as "the worst we've ever had in so short a time." in the past six weeks, nine children and a mar- ried woman have been stricken with polio. Eight cases have been re- ported in the past 10 days. Six are in Dubbo hospital. 'There are no serious cases," Dr. MacLachlan said, "few have any paralysis left, and there is no danger to life." Dr. MacLachlan said the first two cases, children aged 15 months and 15 years, have now left hospital. "AH the children were concentrated in three classes at Narromine Public School," he said. Warning against fatigue, the doctor said, "nineteen out of 20 children contact the disease, and the parents think they only have a cold. vBut if they had been kicking a football, for in- stance, and got tired, thc leg they were kicking with would probably have become paralysed."

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Action On Illegal City Cameramen [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Action On Illegal City Cameramen City Council officials will take action against street photographers operating illegally in' Sydney. ' In recent weeks thc council has had many complaints from persons duped by unlicensed street photographers, an official said yesterday. A council spokesman said: "The city is being policed continuously by our inspec- tors, and we have launched many prosecutions. "Investigations show that some street photographers who operate on a 'cash on the spot' basis are using cameras without spools. 'This type of operator usually makes women .ac- companied by children their main target. The photo is promised, by post, within 24 hours. "Investigations, however, have proved that licensed street photographers behave courteously and give ' the public service," he said.

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

If BACK ACHES TRY A KIDNEY HOUSECLEANING Are you embarrassed and bothered by too frequent elimination during the dny und night? These symptoms, as well as Bladder Irritation, Backache, Swollen Ankles, Leg Pains, Ner- vousness. Dizziness, Lumbago, Interrupted Sleep, Circles Under thc Eyes and a generally run- down feeling, are usually due to germ-caused kidney and bladder troubles. The very first dose of Cystex, the scientifically compounded medicine, goes right to work overcoming these troubles in 3 ways. 1. Quickly kills germs causing troubles. 2. acts rid ot poisonous acids. 3. Strengthens and reinvigorates thc kidneys and bladder. Get Cystex from your chemist to-day under the guarantee of com- plete satisfaction or money back.

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VALE NOVICE HANDICAP, l¼m 31yds [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

VALE NOVICE HANDICAP, lim 31yds ne. Car. P.P. Fin. Jockey. Könning. j t 8 9 10 1 W. Wade-12th to lOf. 9th at mile, 10th passing 6f to Vi-mllc, and 9th turning into straight. Fin- ished very fast on outside of field, to take lead coming to post. 7 2 ll 2 G. Frankland-7th away, 6th to lOf. 4th from mile to 6f, 5th passing Vi-mile, 3rd approaching home turn. Got to front inside final furlong, then passed by win- ner nearing post. Ita 7 12 3 3 N. Watterson-3rd carly, 9th at lOf, 8th at mile, 7th passing 6f, 8th from Vi-mile to home turn. Went to the post in promising style. ' 7 5 1 4 w. Toohey-Last from Vim to turn 1 Breeze 7 5 4 5 R. Faux-Lcd from Vim to turn. I Archer 7 9 12 6 W. Camer-9th at Vim. 10th turn. 7 13 7 7 A. Ward-6th at Vim, 4th turn. "°I 7 3 13 8 P. Logan-13th from 14m to turn. I Scot 7 0 14 9 A. Podmore-12th from Vim to turn ' 7 2 6 10 N. Gallagher-4th at Vim, 5th turn. 7 0 2 11 A. Whiteman-3rd at Vim. 6th turn ° 7 3 8 12 L. Billett-2nd from Vim to turn, lan 7 7 9 13 S. ...

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

RACING DATES Nov. 3: Hawkesbury. Nov. 10: Wyong. Nov. 14: W. Farm. Nov. 17: Gosford. Nov. 21: W. Farm. Nov. 24: Kembla. Nov. 28: Randwick.

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

Goulburn FLYING WELTER, 6f less 20yds.-WIRRA BEAU CW. Bell), I; WILLIAM <L. Adams). 2. BETTING: 4 on WIRRA BEAU, 3 v William. Divs.: 8/9. 2 len. Time, Im 19s. Only starters. 1st IMPROVERS' HANDICAP, Sf.- PRINCESS CHARM (W. Bell). 1: SIR ALLA (K. Yalscy), 2: RIBBON POOL (R. Streeter), 3. BETTING: Even Sir Alla, 6-4 PRINCESS CHARM,. 5 Ribbon .Pool, 33 Tarakan. Di».: 5/9. 'Neck, len. Time, lm 4s. MAIDEN HANDICAP, Sf. PELDON ROSE (D. Wilson), li BLANK QUEEN CW. Bell), 2; LOCH RON (R. Streeter), 3. BET- TING: 7-4 on Blank Queen, 3 v PELDON ROSE, 4 Lcuman Lass, 6 Rcdrairc, 7 Silver Linc, Loch Ron, 10 Golden Mitre. Divs.: 17/6, 9/9. Vi len., Vi len. Time, lm 4'/is. , OCTOBER HANDICAP, 8f. WILLIAM <L. Adam),' .1; LADY ARGYLE' (G>. Price), 2; TARA- KAN (R. Streeter), 3. BETTING: 2 on -Lady! Argyle. 6^4 v WIL- LIAM,. 25 Tarakan: . Div:} 10/6. Vi len., % len. Time, lm 49s. SECOND IMPROVERS' HCP., 6f less 20yds .-^CHELMER CW. Bell), 1; DULCIS CG. Price),'2i IRISH CHIEF ...

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

OLD BATTERIES We will pay 8/- for a 6 voil & 10/- for a 12 voil Battery & coiled il no charge. Ring MA9547. Afler hours, JM4658. Ring now!* FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPATION BEAUTIFUL "BAYSIDE" On the Corner of Lavender and Arthur Ste., North Sydney ONLY 4 UNITS AND 2 GARAGES . REMAIN These 2 bedroom Units have every modern convenience and glorious HARBOUR VIEWS. Prices range, from £4,500 TERMS: Hall cash - balance over long period OPEN FOR INSPECTIONS TO-DAY, 2.30-4.30 p.m. L J. HOOKER LIMITED Estate Agents, Auctioneers, Valuers. HEAD OFFICE CROW'S NEST 98 PITT ST., SYDNEY 4M PACIFIC HI SH WAY TELEPHONE BWB40I TELEPHONE XA20II (After Hours XB7446) Goodness me!í £10 for MY old radio/ ^^^B/^Í / i9/g FRIENDLY STORES / AUTOMATI ^^^^^ RADIOGRAM S-Valvc. World runge. Three-speed Garrard or Stromberg-Carlson Automatic chancer.' Flu* 7iii, lOi'n, or 12in records. 12in Speaker. 12 months' giiürmitec. FREE OF INTERESTED PAID IN 6 MONTHS. TERMS METROPOLITAN AREA ONLY. y WINNS Oxford Sf...

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2nd DEEWHY GRADUATION, 7f 20 2-3yds [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

2nd DEEWHY GRADUATION, 7f 20 2-3yds Ble. Horse. 6-4 Hans 7-4 Rapid River 8 15 Corcjada 8 Resell) 100 Swanhaven 250 Half Past 33 Halsted 250 Penny Whistle 250 Te Koa '.P. Fin. Jockey. Running. , 1 1 W. Toohey-1st to move, 2nd passing Vi mile, took lead again turning into straight. Well clear passing Leger, then not troubled. 3 2 W. Canter-8th to Vi mile. 4th ? turning into straight where he ' - ran wide. Finished on but. nc. chance with winner. 4.3 W. Wade-2nd to move. 4th pass- - ing Vi mile, 2nd commencing home run. Hung on" well in run to post. D. Weir-9th from Vim - to turn. 12 4 5 5 P. Burkhardt-10th from Vim to turn. 13 6 A. Ward-Lcd at 'Am. Sth turn. 14 7 A. Eaves-6th from Vim to turn. 2 8 G. Frankland-Last to home turn, ll 9 R. Condon-5til at 'Am. 3rd turn. 6 10 R. Buckley-ll th from Vim to turn. 9 II A. Podmore-12th from Vim to turn. 7 12 SI Cassidy-7th at Vim, 8th turn. 10 13 T. Mortimer-3rd at Vim, 7th turn. Dividends: Win. 13/6; place. 6/9, 6/3. 11/9. Double (Craigavon Ha...

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[?]AR0Y HANDICAP 1¼m 27 2-3yds [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

|AR0Y HANDICAP) Um 27 2.3yâs ' 6 8 "i"' J"?"' Running. ; Joon'T-^tth away. Jin at mile, fin passing 6f, 5th from J/i-mile lo home turn. Took' slight lead I0. Leger, then hung on well to 8 7 8 , " wJ.n nicely. ,Cassldy-6th to-mile, StK'at 6f," "tn from Vi-mile to straight en trance. Finished well but safely Ä held by winner. ' S Corral 7 0 9 3 A.. Whiteman-Raced in 8th place to home turn. Went to the post in good style. , . 6-4 Waterlady 8 3 7 4 A. Ward-7th to home turn. 7 Two Birdies 8 0 1 SR. Buckley-4th from '/im to turn. 11-2 Captain Theo 7 12 4 6 W. Canter-2nd from Vim to turn. 20 Jacobite 7 3 2 ~ 7 L. Billett-Led from Vim to turn. 7 Prince Grand 6 12 6 8 B. Phillips-Last to home turn. 100 Val Ali 7 2 5 9 J. Shean-3rd from Vim to turn. Dividends: Win. £7/4/; place, £.1/3/9, 9/, 16/3. Double:' (Grand Vitc-Craigavori): . £21/12/3. Betting Order: 6-4 Waterlady, 11-2 All Jeep, Captain Theo, 7 Two Birdies, Prince Grand, 8 Corral, 20 Jacobite, 25 CRAIGAVON. 100 Val Ali. Fluctuations: ...

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Warning Of Japanese Trade Challenge [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Warning Of Japanese Trade Challenge The Prime Ministe Mr. Menzies, warne yesterday of greatc Japanese trade com petition soon! Mr. Menzies, spcät.i at a public meeting orga ¡sed by (he Castle H branch of the Liber Party, said: "The great trade rcviv; now goinr, on in Ja pa means competition, and thi will come to us before tv are much older. "We must not allow our selves to drift into the habr 1 that ¡herc is no problem thc Government cannot solve, (hat the individual effort does not matter, and by the artful use of tariff barriers (he quality of our goods docs not matter. "Prefer To Yam "I do, not undcrcstiir what Australians can do cause if we try we can better than anyone else the world. "But some of the time prefer to yarn a little wr we should be trying." Mr. Menzies said that Germany to-day producti in heavy industry was mu greater than it was befe the war. 'That is tremendously it portant," he added, "b cause it shows that if wc a to meet our competitor v must go back to the o...

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RERPORTED BY THE STEWARDS JUVENILE MAIDEN STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

JUVENILE MAIDEN STAKES. I -D. Munro, rider of Bay Mon i was questioned regarding that c< losing ground just after thc gat were released. Munro stated r horse blundered. Munro's staf mcnt was verified by thc stcwa stationed nearby. A. Eaves, rid of Abuna. was questioned regan ing that colt losing ground at barri risc. Eaves stated that thc colt w; restless in thc box and when ti gates were released he reared, lo ing ground. Eaves' statement Wi verified by thc starter. . MONA VALE NOVICE.-Ar prentice W. Toohey, rider c Ccdrela, was questioned conccrr ing that mare losing ground whe racing on thc rails approaching th mile post. Toohey stated that hi mount, which is inclined to lug ir veered in suddenly, striking thc run ning rail. The stewards were satis field, after hearing Toohey and fron their own observation, that the hap pening was accidental. About thi furlong post, N. Watterson, ride of Lucky Tea, switched his moun rather sharply to obtain a run ot thc outside of two ...

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

New type TROUSSEAU CHEST, can be 1 converted to China Cabinet, Cocktail Cabinet, Linen Cupboard or Radiogram. Cash price, £45/19/6 Wkly.. 19/3 DEPOSIT, 46/ But, REMEMBER .. you can STILL buy on W. W. Campbells' 3-YEAR PLAN, with the regular deposit and the SMALLEST weekly payments, and no third party involved in arranging the necessary finance. Attractive Weekly, 12'» DEPOSIT, 30' £ 1AUÛWID^OID MATIIIESS °> NO MUTTER WHAT CONDITION IT IS IN ^^^^^ We don't want it-just tell us and keep it. y^j^ ^¿f*/^$ THIS ALLOWANCE APPLIES TO ALL s>40%jr<P INNERSPRING MATTRESSES IN THE STORE. ¿¿0PjTo¿/''& ¿?tri.jß THE "HÄVEN" INNERSPRING <" 0*rW¿'Atâ^!?* Small Single .Cash £7/9/9 Wkly. 2'6 XM^¡&¿> ^ ffij^/tf'/ Large Single ........ " £8/5/6 " 3'- ^^^^^^/^^^^^^/Mi Three-quarter size .... " £10/0/9 " 3'9 ^^^^^^&í^ i^^/^/^M Double size .. " £10/19/9 ". 4'- ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Above cash prices less £1 allowance for your old , i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ mattress. On...

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AVALON WELTER HANDICAP 6f 15 1-3yds [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

AVALON WELTER HANDICAP M 15 l-3yds Bte. Horse. Car. P.P. Fin. Jockey. Running. 9 Ocean Bound 8 7 17 IE. Doon-8th carly, 6th passing Vi mile, 3rd approaching home turn. N Finished well to lead inside final furlong, then kept going to win nicely: 33 Moriarty 8 6 16 2 A. Eaves-4th when going, 7th at Vi-milc, 6th coming to home turn. Finished in good style from Leger. 20 Vital Link 7 ll 20 3 D. Carmichael-6th away, 8th from Vi-mile to straight entrance. Made up a Jot of ground in run to post. 8 Aerofoil 9 9 15 4 W. Canter-3rd at Vim. 7th turn. 33 Splendour 7 9 8 5 W. Toohey-12th from Vim to turn . i-4 Sky Hawk 10 4 2 6 A. Ward-5th from Vim to turn. 10 Prince Astra 8 7 12 7 A. Clarke-4th from Vim to turn. 9 Jenny Lind 9 5 4 8 R. Faux-14th from Vim to turn 14 Aussie Sol 8 10 6 9 J. Hickey-11th from Vim to turn. 66 Salamanca 9 5 14 10 S. Cassidy-10th from Vim to post. 50 Bronze Peak 9 8 19 ll A. Thompson-15th from Vim tc. turn. 8 Cynosure 8 0 1 12 W. Wade-Lcd from Vim to turn. 33 Reflected...

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

Yet To Win Eight mares have carried topweight in the Melbourne Cup, but none has been suc- cessful. The best performance was by Wakeful, who finished second to Lord Cardigan in 1903, carrying 10.0.        

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

Thallium Suspect A 69-yenr-old mar- ried woman, admitted to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital yesterday, is believed to be suffering from thallium poison- ing.   Thc woman, Mrs. Dorothy lsabel Ewin, of Homer Street, Undercliffe, was un- conscious when she reached hospital. Doctors said her condi- tion was serious. Police said Mrs. Ewin had been in ill-health for some months. Doctors will not know whether she has thallium poisoning until the Govern- ment Analyst, Dr. H. B. Taylor, has completed tests, about next Wednesday. Det. H. F. Creighton, of Campsie, is in charge, of in- quiries.                    

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

ONLY, less well-knotvn in Britain titan the Queen, || Ü Odette Churchill has been called "the bravest woman of the jji Iii war". She won fame in the French Resistance movement, jjj j'!; Now her husband, Captain Peter- Churchill, has told jj} iii her story, and his own-in a new book, "Duel of Wils". E III It is a strange story of tvartime romance, set against a back- iii iii ground of gallantry and terror.

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