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Aga Khans snail diet Regards to Rita FACT'S Paris Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Aga Khans snail diet Regards to Rita .-?FACT'S Paris Correspondent. " Leaning ponderously on a heavy ii ebony walking-stick, a massive dusky ; figure turned into a small but exclusive restaurant on the Avenue Rapp, Paris. r. It was the end of his daily two-miles walk and thc beginning of his one substan ' tial daily meal, lunch. Soon the Right Honour- able Aga Sultan, Sir Mahom- ed Shah Aga Khan, 76, one I of the world's richest men, Was contentedly munching half a dozen garlic-flavoured mails. The 17st 51b Aga Khan eats a fruit breakfast, dines on li pears. j Three greatest "I could eat two meals a .;.day 40 years ago-when the r great . French restaurants > Were really something - but then I used to box and do gymnastics," he said as he lunched. The Aga Khan revealed that his autobiography will be published next year. Asked if anybody would be angry at its publication, he said, "Oh, quite a few no doubt, including Winston Churchill.'* But he includes Churchill among the three gr...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fewer Guns, Bigger Money America's New Under world. By A Staff Correspondent In New York [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

I VÎVVV Guns* Bigger Maneg America's New Under world . Bv A Slaff Correspondent In New York /GANGSTERISM is thc greatest Big Business in (fie land i nf Big Business, thc \ United Staies. It j reaches deep into the i pocket1; of ¡nUVwm j of ordinary men anti nomcn who hardly suspect ifs existence. There is scarcely an J undertaking, from bankin Ito building, from (ravi I agencies to running i racecourse, which doc i'not in one way or anothc i pay cash tribute lo (h ( uncrowned kings of th I underworld. I Part of thc picture was re vealed the other day througl (he murder of Thomas F Lewis, an apparently respect able labour leader who turn cd out to have a crimina record. Lewis was "rubbed out' by a hired killer. The curlain hus long since fallen on thc old-style American gangster but gang- sterism is neither dead nor sleeping: it has simply put on a new face. Thc authorities agree and have more than ample proof-that it flourishes in 1953 on an even greater scale than it did in the hey...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEATURES First of a Series of Articles from the Records of PETER CHURCHILL [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

H**F E A TU H E S » 1 First of a Series of Articles from the Records of PETER CHURCHILL HPHE big bomber droned through the night towards its rendezvous with a snowclad mountain- top in France. Lying on his stomach in the glass nose the French navigator suddenly spotted what he was looking for. "Bonfire ahead ... action stations!" Captain Peter Churchill sat on the ledge of the dropping-hole with his back to the engine. The red warning light came on. The usual panic fear swept down from his mind and gripped him in a vice. Here it was again! He ^ knew it all . . . This was the^. fourth time Churchill had para- chuted into France. It was to be the last. He didn't know that, but he did know that this time was different from the others. Down there on the snow someone rather special would be waiting. "This mountain-top," the navigator had said. "There's nothing to it. I've dropped 57 customers al- ready. If you go out when I give you the green light, I'll drop you on a sixpenny bit." The ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Women killers of Mau Mau FACT'S Nairobi Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Mau Mau FACT'S Nairobi . Correspondent A WOMAN bar rister strode in- to the Githunguri Court with a revolver at her hip. Katherine Patricia Hurst, 34, wore a khaki drill skirt, mud spattered nylons, a man's white shirt and a cartridge belt hold inp»the gun. Her barrister's robe went on top of all that as she opened the Crown case against five rows of manacled East African natives in the biggest mass-murder trial in Common wealth history. Miss Hurst, first woman prosecuting counsel in the British colony of Kenya, asked the judge to keep the prisoners manacled throughout the trial because she did not want to use her gun in court. Eight .defence lawyers offered no objections, so the men slaved manacled. A good shot. Katherine Hurst is said to have accounted for at least one marauder of the Mau Mau secret society whose terrorists have killed nearly 600 people and mutilated 300 more in the last year. These include 15 white men and women killed and 43 mutilated, but most of the casualties...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MENZIES, THE WEEK IN POLITICS INSURANCE CRUSADER By OUR POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

MENZIES, [THE WEEK IN POLITICS INSURANCE CRUSADER By OUR POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT MORE significant than anything discussed at the Liberal Parly's Federal Council meeting in -Canberra last week was the silence on National Insurance. XTATIONAL Insurance ^ once threatened to wreck the political career of the Prime* Minister, Mr. Menzies. By it he may stand or fall at the next Federal election. In his 1949 policy speech Mr. Menzies said Australia needed a National Insurance scheme in order to get rid of the means test completely, and undertook to present a scheme for electors' approval at the next election. In his Senate election campaign this year he said that this promise still held. Although there has been official reticence on thc sub- ject since, suggesting that thc plan may yet be dropped, a National Insurance scheme, if made an election issue, could bc guaranteed to pro- voke white-hot political con- troversy. It was possible to dis- cover, however, by talking to top members of th...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
World Spotlight A Security Sequel To British Guiana Britain Tightens Control Of Aliens From Our London Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

[ÎVoTÎiT Spotlight! A Security Sequel To British Guiana Britain Tightens Control Of Aliens From Our London Office. BRITAIN, for centuries a refugee's haven and home of lost causes, is pull in" away the welcome mat from the' national front door. T AST week, as West In 4-' ciians in. London'; dockland openly called foi thc hanging of Colonia ' Secretary, Mr. Oliver Lyt ; (elton, because of his atti : tude on British Guiana, . hundreds of aliens were re , porting lo the Home Office ' for questioning about their : background. For (he firsl lime in seven : years an unpublicised probe is ranging through many of t Britain's 375.000 aliens, with the main investigation direct- ed towards Asiatics and col ; ourcd people. They are being given not- ice to report at the Home Office at a fixed date and 10 answer three main ques- tions: t Are you interested in poli lies? . Do yon belong to any political party? \ . Are you a member of a political association? There is close questioning about family...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CUP PAIR NEARING PEAK Rosewall, Hoad In Spectacular Win From OUR SPECIAL REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

. CUP PAIR NEARING PEAK Rosewall, Hoad In Spectacular Win From OUR SPECIAL REPORTER BRISBANE, Saturday-Lewis Hoad and Ken Rosewall lost only one game of their doubles match in the Queensland tennis championships at the Milton courts to-day. Hoad showed that h backhand is much more sui and versatile than it was fo merly. He mixed slamming bael hands down the sidelin< with cleverly angled an flighted crosscourt backhan shots. Hoad's passing shots wei brilliant' when on the marl but lapses in directio showed that he still has lot to do to get thes strokes where he can rel I on them one hundred pe cent. However, Hoad had tough 62 minutes' battle t bert 20-year-old Queen; lander Barry Green, who ha just spent 10 days in be with dihphtheria, and was stone underweight. Hoad beat Gren, 6-3 6-4, 6-4. Gren made Hoad battl hard all the way. Hoad mixed superb serve -he aced Green 12 time -and beautiful lon'» reach ing drives with spasms o loos, tennis. He tendd to rely far tot much o...

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

IECORD TO ÏIGRANT ? By FRANK TIERNEY IA New Australian athlete yesterday rake the inter-club discus record. He is Tony Kenk, a ¡ember of the Western áirbs club, who first ompeted in inter-club otupetitions three years p. Kent, who was born in plavia but who lived r many years in Italy lore migrating lo A us- ia after ihe war, threw ¡discus 138ft lOJin, to tat by H inches the re rd which Keith Pardon SJ, made in 1945. His is not his best dis tce as last year when he «red 141ft 8in he was ltd third in Australia be- nd lan Reed (Vic.) (155ft in), and Keith Pardon «fl Sin). Oilier good performances today were by junior '» Cann (Randwick-Ken ipon), and West's miler an Plummer. Cann secured his third Wub junior record bin jie won the 100 yards * equalled ihe record * held by L. Watts . ni 1943. and P. Mc "Ç-B), who ran the ne last year. ^ Held for thc 440 r4s was considered the «' interesting when Bill «art and Grahame Mc g» (Botany), and Jim "*? (St. George), lined up '«mg lanes. Butchar...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowler Takes 6-18 In G.P.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Bowler Takes 6-18 In G.P.S. The King's School opening bowler Reg Breush took six wickets for 18 runs against St. Joseph's at Hunter's Hill in yesterday's G.P.S. cricket round. With St. Joseph's all [ out for 43 The King's closed its first innings at nine for 178. pol final at The Lakes, where G.P.S. Matches NKWIN<:TON V. ST. IGNATIUS Neirinulon.- Isl innings, 22S (R. Clarke. 44: I. Moffat. 5: H. Tilley, 12; J. Rvcrclt, 2«; A. Lccmbrug gen, 20; N. Mccamley. 37; VV. Webb, 23; A. Smith. 0; T. Rol Icnlon. 5; P. Clements, 38: R. Talbot, n.o. 12: Sundries. 6. Bowl- ine: D. l.el.icvrc. 4-95; L. Bannis- ter, 0-44: P. Gallacher, 0-42; F. Horsley. 5-41.) St. Ignatius.- 1st innings. 131 OC. Munn. 31: J. Williams. 0: D. Raj>u. I: O. LcLicvrc. 2; P. Mar- shall. 32; P. Gallagher, 20; J. Leñaban. 34 n.o.; F. Horsley. 1; N. Quilter, 0; K. Doyle, 5; L. Bannislcr. I: Sundries, 4. Howl i.-ns P. Clements, 2-33; R. Talbot. 1-18; n. Tilley. 1-43; A. Lcem brtiRKcn. 6-24; W. Webb, 0-9.) Newin...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Crisiofani Causes Mosman Collapse ST. GEORGE TAKES CRICKET LEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

. Crisiofani Causes Mosman Collapse ST. GEORGE TAKES CRICKET LEAD Last year's premier, St. George, took the lead in the grade cricket competition yesterday by beating Mosman on the first innings. In the final day of the fourth round, Mosman could manage only 175 in reply to St. George's first innings of 9-303. Slow-medium bowler Bob Ciistofani took 5-56 off 18.4 overs. With Fran- cis bowling steadily from the other end the Mosman bats found it impossible to keep up the necessary rate of 75 runs an hour. Francis was the unlucky bowler finishing with 3-57 off 23 overs (including five maidens) after three catches had been dropped off his bowling. Ron Halon top-scored for Mosman with 64 runs in 133 minutes. Eastwood's 127 Seventeen-year-old Ken Eastwood aided Gordon to a comfortable first-innings win against Glebe-South Sydney at Chatswood Oval. Eastwood, a member of the State Colts squad, scored a grand 127 in 138 minutes. He hit 14 fours,, two sixes and a five. With Kemsley (50, five ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.L.P. LOSES KAHIBAH STATE SEAT Majority Down In Waverley May Win... ... Lost [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

P. LOSES KAHIBAH STATE SEAT Majority Down In Waverley Maj Win... MK. T. ARMSTRONG ... Lost MR. J. G. ARTHUR, SEN. Official Labour lost the Kahibah State seat for the first time at yester- day's by-election. Tlic endorsed A.L.P. candidate was Mr. J. Arthur, senior, father of the former Minister for Mines, who resigned the Kahibah seat after the Doyle Royal Commission. On last night's count Mr. T. Armstrong (Ind..Lab.) seemed certain to win the seat. In tlie Waverley by-election Mr. W. J. Ferguson . held thc scat for Labour, but thc Government's majority was reduced on last night's count from 7,750 to 4,050. Arthur Lags In Count When counting in Kahibah ended for the night, Armstrong was leading on first prefer- ences, followed by H. D. Quinlan (Lib.). Both were ahead of Mr. Arthur senior. Mr. Armstrong and Mr. Quin- lan arc both former Lord Mayors of Newcastle. Mr. Armstrong is a prominent member of the Ironworkers' Union. Political observers said last night that although an Inde- pe...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIX AND OVER Not Too[?] Old [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

SIX AND~ÔVÊR« \oí ToJ Old I UORSES six yean a 11 older have ki a fi amount of success in il Melbourne Cup. Six-year-olds bare,m the Cup 14 times, six tim in the last 23 yean, a aged horses on seven fa sions. The six-year-old and if group tally of .vicjoria less than that of wjé individual aged section. Three-year-olds and fe year-olds, haye each ra 1 times, and fotir-jar-oli have the best record mi! wins. From the time Ams won in 1904 until 19)11 aged horse was successful In 1938 outsider Ol logue, an eigal-rat-d New Zealand gelding, be Bourbon and OrtcUe'säi Two years after Catii gue's victory, the Cop-i won by another veteran,0 Rowley, at 100-1. Six-year-olds tratad luck. from the year Ix wood won in 1924, onlQBi ette, a mare, compktel If two-cup double. Since Rivette tb« i year-olds have won. 6 are Dark Felt (194)1 li (1946), and Rimfire IM Rimfire proved a gsaij suit for bookmakers «I started at 66-1. . - He beat the heavflyw Dark Marne, with Sw third. j Howe, top weights and fa...

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

YO U R W E EK B Y TH E ST,A R S (seiiiiBiiaiiiS faee wor .jr Aries Mar. 21 to April 21 You can really get results this week, so long as you don't go at it half-heartedly or without a clear plan of I action. The only days with I unhelpful aspects are Nov 5 (morning) and 6. Principle to follow is: Make the best of what you have; improve and repair, but do not rc-build, except in concept. Ta IS rn S April 22 to May 21 Nov. 6 adverse; Nov. 1-3 and 7 propitious. The whole secret of success depends upon your working with a happy and conciliatory spirit among those around you, whether at work or in the home. Your thinking must be generous, elastic and adapt- able; your purpose firm and well planned. -fa Gemini May 22 to June 21 Your stars are good enough for Nov. 1 to 5 and 7, but a little difficult for Nov. 6. No doubt you'jl be wishing you had two pairs of hands. Your life seems to be filled with hard work. Well, it has been truly said that to gain success, all a Gemi nian needs is plent...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A singer met a colour bar FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

A singer met a colour bar FACT correspondent Thc Lyric Theatre in Bal- timore, Maryland, has re- fused a booking to famous Negro , contralto Marian Anderson. The management gives as a reason that it had no dates open on the schedule for the season. Though the Lyric Theatre does not segregate white Americans from coloured in its audiences, it has al- ways segregated "performers. This is not the first time the colour line has been drawn against Marian An- derson, 45, whom conductor Arturo Toscanini described as having "a voice in 100 years." Southern snub When she returned from training in Europe in 1935 to make her formal Ameri- can debut, a taxi-driver re- fused to drive her to the concert hall and a Southern committeewoman ignored her outstretched hand. After having been denied the use of two auditoriums in the capital, Washington, she sang to a crowd of 75,000 in front of the Lin- coln Memorial on Easter Sunday, 1939. In the same year she sanf< folk songs to King George...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Leon Gellert Tells Of.. ENTERTAINMENT AT THE LITTERS' [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Leon Geliert1 Tells Of.. i ENTERTAINMENT AT TUE UTTERS' The other morning I was sitting astride one of the bronze lions in the vestibule of the Bank of New South Wales when I was nearly dismounted by a stunning buffet on the shoulder. Looking up from the book I was reading (a trifle called, if I remember rightly, "Week After Week") I saw George Litter grinning at me through the thicket of his beard. "TTULLO, hullo, hullo!" *? *? I said amidst a fit of coughing, "I thought you were still in , Eng- land." "We've been back for over a month," he . said. "As a matter of fact I caught sight of you the other day in Fortnum Avenue, but you were in such a burry 1 couldn't catch up lo you." 1 remembered the incident per- fectly. lt had been a nar- row escape. "Bad luck," 1 said, "and I've been dying to hear all (he news of the trip, too. But I suppose it will keep. Slext year, perhaps, when the excitement has died down a little we might get to- gether and . . ." "Not a bit of it!" he in- terr...

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

These Brand new, Bruce &WalshJ^é Designs make Your Diamond Look Larger & Lovelier You'll love Hie trim simplicity of theta outstanding new llruce & Walsh designs ?hal so enhance thc flushing splendour ot Ihe diamonds nilli which they are set. A new runge of designs by liri!« * Walsh ls a real even! In Ihe Jewellery world-priced economically. loo, lo give you full value, because we're ncliial makers. Similar designs lo Ihose illustrated are available nt lower and higher prices according to sire of diamond. Come In and sec them - even It you're md ready lo buy Immediately. Ituy willi complete confidence - fully protected by our guarantee lo relurm tour money iii full If you're nut entirely satisfied. Write for Illustrated Diamond Ring Catalogue Bruce & Walsh PTY. LTD. DIAMOND KING MAKERS FOR 50 YEARS, 556 GEORGE STREET. SYDNEY, (a few yards from Town Hall Slalloo) 1^ °^r"^ Scrubbing Brustiet £1/16/- Miro. Low down-poymenl-eoiy monthly lorim. --- /'^^^jf...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Social News And Gossip [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Social JXvnrs A nd Gossip] /GREATEST excitement of. her eight months' ^Jr trip abroad for Miss Adela Harris, of Perth, was seeing a former music pupil-the now famous Eileen Joyce. MRS. Scotty Allen, of Palm Kendi, mid her six-year-old daughter Bar- bara, returned home by »ir from London yesterday after a two months' visit to relatives in England. ? * ? J[/fRS. O. Gregory, of Cremorne, will give a s7nall afternoon cock- tail parly at the Pick loick Club on November '¿3 to loelcome Mrs. W. R. Dowey, ioho is ex- pected to return from abroad on November 16. Miss Harris, who returned by B.C.P.A. last night, taught Eileen Joyce in Kal- goorlie when she was a child of 12. She called at thc star's dressing room after a per- formance at the Albert Hall one night-"and from then on she was... wonderful to me," she said. "She tool- mc all over London, and to her farm-a gentleman's farm of 100 acres!" Miss Harris will leave to clay to sta« with a former pupil in Wollongong and will make her way ...

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

MAN MAKES THE CLOTHES There is a saying that "clothes make the man." It is also true that, since Adam and Eve man has had to "make the clothes." However, only since the 19th century, following the inven- tion oj the sewing machine, has this crajt become an industry. , . Prior to factory production, an army of tailors and seamstresses more or less "custom built" their clients apparel, - be it a, king's robe or a tinker's smock. Imagination was modi- fied only by prevailing fashion, and the results were often fan ' lastic and ludicrous from the modern viewpoint-in particular, thé male attire, which often outshone with peacock brilliance the monotony of the women's shapeless drapings. ARRIVAL OF MACHINE AGE . The speed of the sewing machine called for faster cloth cutting. In 1860 an Englishman, John Barran, adapted a type of band-saw for this purpose. Other devices, such as button- hole machines, soon followed. Today, only a few minor opera- tions require direct handwork in the manufa...

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

A self-setting mrly-cut Cool Wave FOR ONLY £2f 10' The smart curly-cut has been perfected into a comfortable, easy-lo-manage, self-setting cool wave by thc expert hair stylists at Sister Vimard's Salon. You'll be delighted with, the way in which this style falls into soft, deep waves, so easy to manage you can arrange them yourself. Mr. Barnard or Mr. Douglas will supervise your Per- manent wave and are also specialists in layer and feather cutting, shaping and styling. A /riendly consultation for advice on your nair entail* no obligation. 3rd Floor, 139 KING STREET, SYDNEY Sister Vimard (Next to Coles) Phone MA4208

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Pastel Colours For Bride, Maids [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Pastel Colours For Bride, Maids rp\VO brides gave a loueh of colour to yesterday's 1 weddings when they chose pastel colours for their wedding dresses instead of thc traditional white. An ice-blue satin weddii dress was worn by Mi Elizabeth Tremaine, Stanmore, while Miss Ga nor Brand, of Drummoyn had a dress of shell-pin nylon tulle with a bodice < silver Chantilly lace. Miss Tremaine was ma ried lo Mr. Norman Evan of Harris Park, at St. John Church, Parramatta, She is the elder daughtc of Mr. and Mrs. John Tre maine, and the bridegroom i the eldest son of the lat Mr. Norman Evans and o Mrs. W. Sinclair. ? ? * Wien Miss Brand wa married to Mr. Peter Wil liants at (lie Presbyterial Church, Drummoyne, (lu service was conducted by thc Very Rev. A. C. Grieve, who officiated in the same church for thc wedding of thc bride's parents, 25 years ago. With her pink and silver dress, the bride wore a pink finger-tip veil. She is the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Brand, of Dru...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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