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

You save ...we celebrate... BY OPENING OUR NEW FASHION FLOOR mivm Excitingly different-planned by top-designers and colour experts, it's divided into little shops to malee fashion-buying easier, to give you the quiet privacy of a salon . . . HATS of all kinds, big ones, small ones, Grosgrains, straws ... all with exquisite trimming, in summer's loveliest colours. % SUN-FROCKS of seersucker, colton, waffle-pique, all with full skirts, flattering neck lines.1 Some polka dotted, patterned, some plain. In many lovely colours. SSW to W. ) LESS THAN i PRICE FASHIONS BO7 CASUAL FROCKS of striped and floral jersey, High grade Cottons and Spuns. In many different styles and designs. Choose yours To-morrow! Some are slightly shop-soiled. SSW to W. 79/6 MATRON'S DRESSES ... some with matching jackets ... specially de- signed for the not-so-slim, of heavy quality crepe. Some lace-trimmed, some tucked, beaded or embroidered. W to XXOS. 15 SMART SUITS of Faille, Shantung and Linen, in many styles...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The TEDDY BEAR'S BIRTHDAY FEATURES (He's 50 This Year) BY A STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN NEW YORK [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Thc TEDDY BEAR'S lt i lt THOA Y IFEATURES1 (MMo9s JO This Teat) BY A STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN NEW YORK THE TEDDY BEAR, a loy beloved by children in almost every country, is 50 years old this year. Il has made history -and millions of dollars. IT all began back 1902, when tough c President Theodore Rooi velt (Colonel "Teddy awoke early one mornii in his hunting camp Mississippi. He and his party hi been out after bear for a most a week, and had foun none. Soon he must reiur to his desk in the Wlu'l House, but to go bac empty-handed was not to b thought of for such mighty hunter. He was ; shot with a world-widi reputation. He look his rifle and de cided on a private stalk ol his own, before any of hi; friends were up. As he lifted (he flap ol his tent and slepped outside, he froze where he stood. In the dawn's half light he saw a bear-right in the camp. He raised thc rifle lo his shoulder, bul never pulled (he (rigger. "K's only a cub," he growled. "1 can't shoot a cub." ¡. "Good Old Te...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEATURES The MAROONED CAPTIVES The Cruise Of The Komet—Concluded [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

I FEATURES^ The MAROONED CAPTIVES The Cruise Of The Komet-Concluded By A Special I Correspondent ON DECEMBER 19, 1940, one of the two coora planters on the little island of Emirau, in the Bismarck Archipelago, emerged from his plantation house to see three strange ships riding at anchor off the beach. »T^HEY were the Ger * man merchant raid- ers Komet and Orion, and . their supply ship Kulma land. Crowded in their fo'c'sles were 495 prison- ers-the passengers and crews of seven ships cap- tured and sunk by the raiders within the previous month. The Komet alone had accounted for five of the vic- tims, including the 17,000 ton liner Rangitane, shelled and torpedoed off the New Zealand coasl on November 28. Ten days later the raiders had caught five ships off the phosphate island of Nauru, and destroyed them all. The presence ot the mass of prisoners, the haul ""of three months' cruising, pack- ed in the suffocating tropical heat of the restricted ships '. quarters.'raised serious prob...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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There'll Be Nothing Stuffy This Week In The Royal... FEATURES Command Performance [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

There'll Be Nothing Stuffy This Week In The Royal FEATURES Performance By GAYNE DEXTER SYMPHONIES and choral works, it seems, will predominate in the official concerts during the coming Royal tour of Australia. Yet British Royalty's tastes in entertainment are NOT so "strictly Conservatorium", as the author of this article shows. THE QUEEN enjoys London vaudeville . . . T^OR three hours to-mor row night in London the Queen will park the cares of State beneath her plush-gilt chair in the Royal box at the Coliseum and enjoy the greatest show on earth. Even New York's top producers admit they can present nothing to compare with the annual Royal Com- mand Variety Performance. The best artists of Brit- ain's theatres and music halls live thc few finest moments of their careers in a blinding spotlight: comics, dancers, singers, jugglers not daring to turn their eyes from the audience or acknowledge the presence of Royalty. That comes later, i What matters is that sheer cliff of faces stra...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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To Dance Or Act? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

To Dance Or Act? MOIRA SHEARER with her daughter. Ailsa Margaret. LONDON, October 31. Speculation is growing in London theatrical circles about thc future of thc Sadler's Wells Hallet Com- pany's beautiful rcdhuircd ballerina, Moira Shearer. Does it lie with thc ballet, where she made her name, or with acting? The 27-ycar-old balle- rina's fans have seen hardly any dancing from her during thc last two ycarsT Last year Miss Shearer, who is the wife of writer Ludovic Kennedy, gave birth to their first child, a daugh- ter, Ailsa Margaret, and this kept ber in retirement for nearly eighteen months. Shunned Ballet When she finally re- emerged into the limelight at Covent Garden, in March this year, her work was brilliant but brief-she strained her right foot and once again was forced to retire. Since then she has shun- ned the ballet, even cancel- ling arrangements to dance with the Festival Ballet Company next month. Judging by her plans for the near future, ballet does not figure very ...

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

THE WAY I SEE IT [T'S improper to protest about * the Public Service Board chairman's exalted place in the new table of precedence for State functions. As head of the new ruling class (more (han one in four Australians are Public ser- vants) the man is entitled to precedence over Service chiefs, District Court judges and other small fry. Members ot hoi polloi. like you and me, will soon be in a minority, anyway ? * ? ONE morning this week a short man in a black homburg hat, carrying a thick, brown calfskin briefcase, boarded a city-bound tram at Edgecliff. Tram passengers didn't bother to look up from their neiospapers and the conductor merely (¡lanced idly at the 7iian's free pass ' Yet not so long ago the man in the , black hombura hal was Iront-page news for months on end and his face looked out from hundreds of photographs. In the train. J couldn't keep my eyes off Mr. Justice Maxwell's briefcase, won- dering what was in it. ? ? ? WHEN 1 win first prize in the State Lottery I wa...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To-day's RADIO Programmes FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

RADIO Programmes FEATURES 9.0: 21-C Cotiniry Man » Session 2I1L, New Releases; 2UB, Hillbill> Hank! 2UW, Charlie Chuckles; 2CI1, Sunday School ol ihr Alf. 2UI2, Service Willi a Smile; 2KY LÍRIH ami Bright; 2SM. Melodiana 9.15: 2FC, Auslralian Recoro Album; 2UE. Mclodv Time; 2KY Music 9, JO: 2FC, Radio service. JUL, l'iaiio; 2GII. Melodics 2Uh Voice ol Prophecy; 2UW rhesr Old Shades; 2CII. Sunshine Hour: 2SM, Music 9.45: 2GB. Microgroove ICU: 2111.. Hook Reviews. 2GI4 Old Gmdcncr: 2CH, Composer' Gallery: 2UI¡. Women in Snorl 2UVV. I'ick ol thc Hus; 2KY Humour on Record IO.IS: 2PC, StriiiRS; 2HI. Sym- phony Hour; 2G11. Report (rom London; 2UE Melodies: 2KY llanio School. 10.30: 2GI1. Divine Service l.lhcrnl Catholic Church St Alban's 10. «: 2FC. Meei Ihc Travellers. 2UE, Stardust; 2KY Salute m Bcmilv: 2SM, Music. ll.oV 2FC. M.IRIC ot Melody 2I1L, Service, St. Andrews. Tam- worth; 2UW. Shlnlns Stars: 2ÇH St. Swlthins, Pymble; 2SM. Mich Mass; 2KY, Bricht Melodics 11.15: 2UE. All Time...

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El Ziet Is Promising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

El Ziet Is Promising El Ziet, who has won several races in the coun- try, had his first Randwick win yesterday. He beat Quinox by a neck, with Lucky Tea half a head away third in the Mona Vale Novice. El Ziet, despite his drift from 3-1 to 11-2, provided a good result for many pun- ters, some of whom took £1,100 tá £200 from sev .eral rails bookmakers. El Ziet was imported from England by Mr. W. H. Tyler and is now a five year-óld. His early career in Syd- ney racing was disappoint- ing, but his present trainer. W. Á. Stripe, attributes this, to the age difference when meeting Australian bred horses. ..

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Owner's First Win For Years [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Owner's First Win For Years Middlebrook gave her veteran owner Mr. W. T. Kerr his first success for fivè years in winning the Two-Year-Old Maiden Stakes (for fillies) at Randwick yesterday. Middlebrook, by Mid- stream (imp.) from Idle Words, is a sister to former champions Shannon, Bern- brook, and Lysander. She is raced on lease, by Mr. Kerr from the Kia-ora 1 .Stud. I Mr. Kerr has been racing I horses for more than 40 years. His best performer was Modulation, who won for him the AJ.C. St. Leger, Epsom Handicap, and George Main Stakes. Mr. Kerr, now 88, said after the filly's success that he had not won a race since So Sweet won in Melbourne. He raced So Sweet in part- nership with the «late Percy I Miller, founder of Kia-ora j Middlebrook showed greater dash yesterday than she had in either of her earlier races, and won by half a length from Moy-, borough with Noemi a length and a quarter further away, third. Middlebrook, who had finished third to Bali Swell and Karen at Canterbur...

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

Bathurst 4fh BATHURST. - JOYOUS MISS,- 12-1, 1; Sparkle Shot, 8-1, 2; Pam's Rocca, even, 3. 3 len., 1 len. Time. 31.6s. BATHURST MAIDEN.-SMART EDD, 7-4 on, I; Must Hurry, 10 .1 v; 2; Flaming Rock,' 20-1, 3. 6 len., 2 len. Time. il.7s. Scr.: Bedad, Faulting Sign. KELSO MAIDEN. -, NOBLE WIRRA, 10-1, 1; Mell Tan Girl. 6-1, 2: Flighty Dawn. 6-1, 3. " len., 2 len. Time, 19s. 1ST BATHURST. - FIRST FAWN, '8-1, 1; Thc Telegram, fr4, 2; Home Maid, 4-1, 3. 2 len., 1 len. Time, 31s. Scr.: Runarder. 2ND NOVICE FLYING. DREAMY SAL, 6-4 on. 1; Grandmorse, 6-1 v, 2: No Irish, 4-1, 3. 3 len., 2 len. Time, 18.3s. Scr.: rGranuma. 3RD. MACQUARIE: - LATE BIRD, 2-1, 1; Bon Secours, even, 2: Rose Too, 5-2, 3. VA len., VS len. Time, 24.2s. Scr.: Yukon Dust. - ' 3RD NOVICE FLYING.-OLD SHILLELAH, 6-1, 1; Pretty Re- view, 2-1, 2; Chaturn. 10-1, 3. 2 len., 2 len. Time, 18.8s. 4TH MACQUARIE. - GREAT PRESIDENT, 2-1 on, 1; Plenty's Gift, 6-1 v, 2; Twin'Special, 6-1, 3. 10 .len:, Vi len. Time, 24.3s. 4TH NOVICE FL...

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

Grafton MAIDEN HANDICAP» Sf. FANCY ELMO, 8-7 (R. Sims), 1; LUCKY GEM, 8-7 CT. Alvos), 2; MISS LINETTE, 8-7 CK. Kenny). 3. BETTING: 5-2 Miss Linette, 3 Lucky Gem, Head Kid, 4 FANCY ELMO, 6 Alice's Hope, 10 Lady Auvern, 20 Timbeau. Divs.: Win, £1/7/6; place, £1/1/6, 91. . Len., len. Time, Im 2V4s. FLYING HANDICAP, 5f. PHAST SON, 8-11 CT. Alvos), 1; BEAU STYLE, 7-8, car. 7-12 CR. Sims), 2; STEEL COURT, 8-0 CR. Bogart), 3. BETTING: 3 PHAST SON, Polyshot, Beau Style, 4 Mair. Shot, 5 Pullson, 10 Steel Court, 12 Grey Veil. Divs.: Win, 19/, place, 15/9. 12/9. 2 len., len. Time, Im ls. IMPROVERS' HANDICAP, 5f. -GRAND PAREE, 9-5 (C. A. Kelly), 1; MILDURA LAD, 8-4, car. 8-5 (J. Brown). 2; THE MOUSE, 9-0 CE. Ashman), 3. BET- TING: Even GRAND PAREE, 3 Mildura Lad, 4 Main Awe, 9-2 The Mouse, 6 Another Beau, .15 Gadapal, Lady Orainc. 20 Vcrille. Divs.: Win, 9/9; place. 7/3, 5/9, 14/9. 5 len., Vi len. Time, 1m OVis. JACARANDA HANDICAP, 7f. -LITTLE LADDIE. 7-13, car. 8-5 CR. Hinton), 1: SIR STAN- DA...

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Programmes And People [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

PIANIST Hephzibah Menuhin and a quartet of Sydney players will give a chamber music recital in the Sydney Town Hall on November 10. Programe will include the Brahms Piano Quintet, Fatire's Piano Quartet, and Haydn's String Quartet in C, Opus 74, No. 1. String players will be Ernest Llewellyn and Harold Taber ncr (violins), Robert Pikier (viola), and Hans George ('cello). The recital will aid tha Greek earthquake victims. ? * . ? THE fourth summer school . of the Musical Associa- tion of N.S.W. will be held at the University of Sydney from January 25 to 30, 1954. There will be about 25 lectures and demonstration» in all. Thc school is open to members and non-mem- bers of the association. Fur- ther particulars may be had from the secretary, 28 Pal- ing's Buildings, Asn Street, Sydney. ? * * DOREEN BRACEY will give a recital of folk songs at the Macquarie Auditorium on November 7.^ The songs were collected by's Miss Bracey during, a recent visit to Europe. ? * ? THERE will be a pro- gr...

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REVIEWS OF LATEST FILMS FEATURES "The Happy Time" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

REVIEWS OF LATEST FILMS "The Happy Time" Screenplay by Earl Felton from thc play by Samuel A. Taylor and thc book by Kobcrl Fontaine; pro- duced for Columbia by Stanley Kramer; directed by Richard Fleischer. Charles Roycr, as .... Jacques Louis Jourdan .... Desmondc Marsha Hunt . Susan Kurt Kasznar . Louis Linda Christian .. Mignonette Hobbv Driscoll . Bibi Marcel Dalio . Grandpcrc THERE'S a disarming simplicity and honesty about this cheerful comedy of French-Canadian family life that has one laughing sympathetically without in- quiring too deeply into causes. It is refreshingly different in characterisation from the general run of standardised Hollywood family comedies. It has a cast) of agreeable and capable actors. And it shows-at times-that avoid- ance of the obvious that marks nearly all the films from the Stanley Kramer workshop. The picture comes from a play, and the play from a book. There are some of the imprints of the earlier ve.-Ions on the film, though it moves about m...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Swoon King By A Staff Correspondent in New York [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

By A Staff Correspondent in New York AMERICAN BOBBY-SOXERS have con firmed their election of this epoch's "king" of song-a dark, touslc-headed, 24-year-old bari- tone named Eddie Fisher. The job is worth about 500,000 dollars (£220,000) a year T^ACH new generation ' of American teen- agers seems to elect its own "swoon king." In the twenties it was Rudy Val- lee, in the thirties Bing Crosby, and in the forties Frank Sinatra. Eddie Fish- er, bringing pressure to bear on the hearts of the American a d o 1 e s c ent, seems bound to capture the fifties. It is easy enough to de- cide who is the new "king" -he's the singer who sells the -most records. So far Fisher's followers -have bought nine million - and worn out countless thou sands more on the nation's jukeboxes. Fisher's rise to the top has been meteoric. At 20 he was earning 2,500 dollars (£1,100) a week. Thc U.S. Army slowed him down a little in 1949 when it drafted the singer as a 94-dollars-a-month private, but his agents exerc...

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TALKED INTO' TENNIS JOB [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

TALKED INTO' TENNIS JOB Veteran country ten- nis administrator Jack Chalmers on Tuesday night was talked into accepting one of the highest .positions in. championship tennis. He was appointed referee of the Austra- lian championships to be held in Sydney in January. Surprised when his name was nominated at- the monthly meet- ing of the N.S.W. As- sociation, which con- ducts the champion- ships for the L.T'.A. of A., Mr. Chalmers rather hurriedly said he would prefer to see someone younger and more active take the post. .. When Davis Cup-ref- eree Cliff Sprpule, and the President of the Association, Mr, Bryan Fuller, Q.C., indicated they could not spare the. time to be in full attendance, Mr. Chal- mers-was again nomin- ated. .Before he could re- ply he . was informed that ne had been ap- pointed. 1

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WORKED STEADILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

WORKED STEADILY. I- -Feicia and First. Again v/orked .. together in good . ';tyle over half a mile in plis, on the middle grass (20ft out) at Moorefield yes ' terday. ,¿ "g¡ Jl ? . - -va

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BLUE MOUNTAINS BOWLS PLAYED YESTERDAY [?] CHAMPIONSHIP [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

EJE MOUNTAINS BOWLS I FLA YEO YESTERDAY^ I v,H-Second 3. game i: ^«Äton), 25, beat L. *fîh«;*T 6: P. Pryor <Qu>r X <W Brady (Condobolin), O',1 vins (Waverley), 21. W í LÄ) Hi F. Edwards ?« ,2? "i' J. Wadsworth fc4!»,.)* 14; v. Donaldson w*t Bay).'j velvin (Black ?íTirL Gartner (Earlwood). I*V¿M I: B. Bull (Black Si li."- Healey (Kevington), fr Ghis"' (Young), 22. F. ' n«mfl 10; C. Le Brese £Ä 19, J. Taylor (Ash b*?,. G Noble (City). 26, tím OOubbo), 5; W. Bailey '.""Tiki 15. A. Bear (May STIJ- P Martin <H"bord). Pi MacDonald (Concord). ll:' . L . fcívcdocü, 19. T. Knox ÄS1 "ÏJ; RT Martin (Earl ¡¡¡¡ft A. Talbot (Merrylands). ^V^in^Harbord'). ^Bm (Mayfield), 20. R. 'J, (Ead), "i c- G'Bueni Sd 1! J. Taylor (Ashbury). .Pu Bri <Black >- 18' F ..linn«). 1?: E- Macdonald ÏÏ, irW. Bailey (Prat. Pk.). "T KM« (UDO, G- Noblc L, iv A Talbot (Merry.), 16, "¡JlV (Ktos ). Bi S. Gan-ett - dS. »5 W G<"don (Dubbo). imán 3, Game 2: F. Pryor ...

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Novel Camera To Give Times [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Novel Camera ToGive Times LISMORE, Saturday. Enterprising Northern Riv- ers photographer, Mr. R. N. Ziegler, is developing a photo-time camera. He claims that the photo time will be an improvement on the photo-finish camera. Besides taking the finish of a race, the photo-time cam- era will also record the ex- act time of each runner. A stop watch will be syn- chronised with the camera and as each runner passes the line his time will be re- corded on the negative. Mr. Ziegler says the stop watch which the camera will photograph will be synchro- nised with the opening of the starting gates Qr boxes. He claims that "this syn- chronisation will be fool- proof unless there is a varia- tion in the electric current between the starting . gate and stop watch. Aid To Grader "Imagine what a help to a grader or handicapper the time of each runner in each race would be," he said. "It would also be a more conclusive method of estab- lishing track record times." . Mr. Ziegler believes he can perf...

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BREEN BETTERS SHOT PUT 3in Added To Reco[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

[SHOT PUT! 3in Added To Keel Mary _ Breen, 20-year-old phjsjáB education teacher, broke the À grade inS club shot put record for the second corSB rive week at the women's athletic meeting» Sydney Sportsground yesterday. fl She. put the shot 34ft 4in, bettering " her last weeks' record by 3in and her last season's record by 6in. Mary is a teacher at Leichhardt Home Science School and is trained by Keith Pardon. Eastern Suburbs relay team established a new 300 yd record with 34.5s. In aa.exciting race from the "last change," Nancy Fogarty (E.S.) was too strong for Joan . Dronfield (S.ü.) and won by a yard. The new record clipped three-fifths of a second from East's previous time of 34.8s. Sydney team to compete at Lithgow's Six-hour Day sports on Monday was announced as: J. Dronfield (S.G.), N. Fogarty( E.S.), J. Gibson (RS.) and M. Mat- hews (W.S.). A GRADE Moore Park v Randwïck-Kensing lon.-High jump: S. Smith (M.P.), 4ft 8in, 1; J. Horne (R.-K.). 2. 220yds: M. Haymes (M.P:), 1; B. ...

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