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MOUNTAINS TOURNEY UNRER WAY Bowls Talk [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

MOUNTAINS TOURNEY UNDER WAY GORDON SARGEANT FINALS in singles, pairs and fours in the Blue Mountains Carnival should be completed by next Saturday. More than 600 play- ers-an all-time record -are competing. Blue Mountains City Council sponsors the carnival which is run by the district bowling- officials. LIDCOMBE club's pala ?J tial new clubhouse is nearing completion and will, be officially opened on Sat- urday, November 14. The building will set a new standard in club amenities. Its total over- all cost is £16,000. TV week of celebrations and functions will follow the official opening at which President Mick Guilfoyle will be host to State Presi- dent Norman Noss and in- vited guests. ERN FLORENCE, of North Sydney, returned home on Friday after a three months' official trip abroad. He still prefers our bowl- ing methods notwithstanding overseas hostility to the fast shots played in Australia. Pïayérs in England,. how ever, are changing from the old type of wooden bowl to the Austr...

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

ASHLAR. - Members' medal round, stroke: 1st div.: R. Tait (16) , 6«. 2nd Div.: C. G Bingon (21), 67. AUSTRALIAN.-Four ball aggre- gate v par: H. Large (8) and C. Brewster <10>, 2 cown; G. 'Storey (10) and M. Storey (17), 4 down; J. Bain (10) and T. Rowlands (13), 4 down. AVONDALE.-A: H. Chester (9). 35. B: G. F. Walker (15), 41. C: F. H. Clarke (17). 35. BALGOWLAH.-Stablcford. A: R.'Edwards (6), 37. B: A. Willson (15), 40. C: R. Crawford (17). 38. A. Willson trophy winner. BAYVIEW.-^tableford:' h. Ber quist (18), 39. Associates: Mrs. E. Willson (20), 40. BEVERLEY PARK.-Par, A: C. Palmer (8), 5 up; J. Crokc (2), 1 up. B: W. Slater (14), 2 up; W. Irvine (15), 1 up. C: V. Mealcy (20), 3 up; J. Olson (17), square. Warren Shield: Beverley Park, 2. beat Botany, 1. BONNIE DOON.-Four ball aggregate stableford: M. Bcwerman <10). F. Street (16), 70; J. Moulen (10), L. Trcwccke (ll), 69; A. F Morgan (17), P. Willcock (20), 69. BONDI.-Par: R. Argue (20), 9 up; J. Leylan...

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GARDEN SECTION Your Garden Problem? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

tour Gm®°?imm AlHIiL 1REKS (R. M g.. Sawtell): They will grow near the coastline I've grown one. But they are not the Athels ol thc Inland and I see no reason for recommending them where their virtues do not equal many others more climatically happy G A RU KN IAS (Mrs M.L.B.. Maitland): From now until Howers open they need rich feeding, a saucer-mulch and lots ot water. 'That's the re- medy. Root eel-worm often weakens them. Feeding re- juvenates them. Time and again I've stressed that point on this page. PASSION VINE VAG- ARY (K.G., Waratah): Mostly the deformed fruit and debility is due to "Bullet." a virus disease, which is incurable. Dig out that refractory plant Pul in another with rich, soil Feed and water well from the time growth bc gins, Never prune them Get all you can in two seo sons and then replace. MAUVE LANTANA (T.L.T., Kogarah): They need a sandv medium and some cover preferably a glass frame Take half-hard three inch top pieces in summet and firm them in the sand Ke...

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

Home Beautiful, your only Australian how-to-do-it magazine again brings you advice and information-this time on decoration, Christmas toys, carpentry, power tools, the results of thc paint competition, even lo astonishing Christmas recipes Mock Ham and Australian Goose. .OOK WHAT YOU GET IN BEAUTIFUL : Ever been to Grafton when the Jacaranda's , out? Home Beautiful lakes you there and shows you in glorious colour just why this annual event is bringing international Tame lo a New South Wales country town. HOME

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Cut Down Your Summer Watering [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Cut Down Your Summer Watering MULCHING is a job thal will be soon needed, if moislure is io [be held in the topsoil when those hot r.orth-wes 'terlies are blowing. lt ..Iways pays to mulch dahlia-beds and so reduce watering requirements con- siderably. Bul that won't come for a few more weeks yet. Meanwhile, pansies and I violas can be kept going if ! need be by the aid of a [judicious layer of manure mulch and watering The spells ol colder weather intervening are helping them to hold on very well, but the time for re- placing is almost at hand. Preparation for summer is ihc next order. Mulching is wanted prim- arily for hot dry weather but there are very dry win- ters too. when it is effective. There is no real need for the sun to reach the plant's roots. See bow much better dahlias, pansies and your poppies grow when their den; mat of foliage keeps the root area moist. Soon you will be looking around for mulching mater- ial for all summer flowers and vegetables, lt will pay lo put...

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STOP PRESS British Warship Aground [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

STOP PRESS British Warship Aground LONDON, Sat. (A .A .P.). -The 22.000-ton British aircraft maintenance, carrier Unicorn went aground in tbc Suez Canal, to-day. Tugs went to her aid about 10 miles north of Suez. The Unicorn sailed for Britain from Singapore this month after more than four years on the Far East station. 1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Berwick Solid In Cup Heard Beaten By 3 Strokes [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Berwick Solid In Heard Beaten By 3 Strokes N.S.W. ama'eur ¡ champion Harry Ber-' wick played consistent golf to beat Australian champion Peter Heard in the Concord Cup. at Concord yesterday. Berwick returned cards of 71 and 72 for a one over-par total of 143 to win. Herd, shot a 75 and 71 to lose by three strokes. It was the first competi- tion for Berwick and Heard since they were chosen among the six players to. tour England next year. Berwick, who played solidly, led all the way. His 71 included three putts on the sixth and 17th green, but he picked up the strokes with birdies at the seventh and 13th to lead by four strokes at half-way: After nine holes in thc afternoon, the event had developed into a struggle between Heard and- Ber- wick. Both got birdies al the 11th, and regulation figures at the 12th, but Heard sank a 10-footer for a birdie at the Í3th to trail Berwick by a stroke. Heard, howevér, bunkered his tee shot at the 14th, and Berwick, with a par three, got a stroke b...

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down the fairways Manly Expands [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

ff* if eut ¡1T-Tifi do wn ike fairways TVTANLY is to extend and modernise ¡ts clubhouse at a cost of some £ 20,000. When the present club- house, was opened just 28 years ago, it was considered big enough to meet all con- templated expansion. But golf has grown apace and Manly has become one of Sydney's most popular clubs. Extensions will include more locker space for men and associates and a new bar-lounge with huge win- dows overlooking the course. The professional's shop will be removed from the main building and beside it there will be an innovation -a special building lo house golf buggies. WHEN receiving the Open trophy at Royal Melbourne last week-end, Norman von Nida said he was pleased to win because "it is always good to see an outsider come home." He was hitting back: at Melbourne writers who. swayed probably by local patriotism, had earlier re- ferred to "Ossie" Pickworth and Peter Thomson as "fav- ourites" for the Open. Von Nida was annoyed, too, at being called a "vete...

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Diane Kept Sailing Lead[?] APEX WAS TH[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Diane Kept Sailing Ledi . APEX WAS THM A. Johnson's Diane, narrowly beaten ¿ The Tiger last week, won the Sydaw Flying Squadron's handicap race on flu Harbour yesterday. Diane beat Nerang by lm 50s, with scratch boat Apex lm 8s away third. Diane, showing superior windward qualities in the fresh east-nor'-east wind, soon took the lead and led round the Sow and Pigs by 35s from Nerang. It increased its advantage at all subsequent, rounding marks. SYDNEY FLYING SQUAD- RON.-Florrie A Handicap: Diane (A. Johnson), 7m 45s. li Nerang CH. Winning), 8m, 2; Apex (L. Heffernan), scr" 3. Theo came Margarita, Jenny Too, Ace, Thc Tiger, Jan, and H. C. Press. Won by lm 50s; lm Ss. PORT JACKSON.-16ft skiffs: Thrush <K. Dcashcl). 5m. I; Jean- nette tC. Mawson), 8m, 2; Dorothy (A. Logan-Pyc). 8'/4m. 3. IANE COVE.-12ft skirls: Boo jum (W. Wilkes). 6'Am. 1; Iolanthe E. Doran), 5Vim, 2; Valhri.» Barrett), 5V4m. 3. 2is; 29s. WM||H NORTHBRIDGE._V 5, "'.' well (R. Bull), 9m, Urjñ (Sidlcy). ser.,...

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

Test-tube MUSHROOM SPAWN lor Lawns, Pastures, eic Obtainable from Seed 'lom For Free Instructions send Stamped Addressed Envelope to: MUSHROOM S. UB. 199 GEORGE STREET ORCHID SHEDS AITENDHUI Compacta Phlox Brilliant Colours - Vcr; St» and Compact-Ideal for Uurdtn STRONG PLANTS Bos of SO - 5/6 Box of 100 - 10/6 FREE DELIVERY Counlrj «dd 2/- IreljhU \\ A I) I> S Castle Hill Road, West Pennant Mills. Open To-day and fc>erj Dar UA4182 IMIII! O RC HIDS CYMBIDIUMS The flowering seaton is drawing to a close. We ha» divisions and back bulbs of good class orchids which cm bo inspected now. Large selection of Aiuard and Show Bench Varieties to select from. CALL, WRITE OR PHONE. Cultivation Notes posted tr«. Labels, Compost, tanbark and all your Orchid needs can bi (off Stoney Creek Rd.) ' FRANK SLATTERYS ORCHID NURSER) 12 Eddystone Road, Bexley Phone HM« <°" "°"°y cr.e* Rd., Phnnp lX2985 .New QUICK ACTING \ LIQUID FERTILISER \ INSTANT-GRO j ?. < , This balanced Pla...

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PLANT DAHLIAS FOR EARLY SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

PLANT DAHLIAS FOR EARLY SHOWS IEDDED dahlia clumps Sf sh0U|d bc showing Lfnoi or should bc S| provided willi eyes. £ ,& and divide (hen ¡o siogle tuber-unil-s as lilvísfd recently. Ipiaii'ting should oegm Ithiní a week ot two. if " M to have flowers in ¡sh tr the Roval visu fes Íes. ' . ahlias will oe the. oack nd of a" f°ra| d«p|n.*s ngi:February-and id I right until April-May verv grower should think .rms of shows this veai here is -ikely 'o !» o id floral pageant at which blooms will ht wanted mutb as the inveierate v-growers. Ily,, earlier list was of JeV -varieties mainly. e is one ol top quality iv Bowers, most ot wm<.n good foi cutting ind ,e display as well j| are grand. First, the rid cactus varieties; then rms, water-lilies and de llives- ,u Ivbrid cnclus: Southern le'(mauve), Dulcie May ,) Helen Wilson (a love crimson-, .ke shade); Iba- Hankin (bronze i. renee Laura (golden' nze). Fay Marsh (deep yj Exquisite (pale pink), ?j. Red (cerise red), ¿oe ornas...

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

pititrffOHiC GARD-N-TABS Common ot IO piST^ TI,C PW,CC| ,0°d ,W P^'*' ?A^S vtt" Brlo°wthPr?nm0a\1 BU'BLJ! ,E"?S' L,L0WE"' «B* plants, vs and s/o. au fable$, shrubi and treei. stores. . ^^^^^ . . -^Ê^Lm\. Contains 14% Nitrogen, 33% (t '? »! W- _^H_^_^HW Phosphates, 24% Potash, plus '/~y> .è^ljlj'j 'lIlllA 22 TRACE^ ELEMENTS. Safe and W %WTÍJÉF SO Tabs. 2/- 200 7/6 /«P j.. ^MM^ 500 17/6 : 1.000 30/ GEO C. WARNER IABOIÎATORIES Pty. ' LTD;, BETTER FLOWERS, SENT ANYWHERE ENGLISH IIARUV CARNATIONS, Hncsl world value, 12 din. £1 l-KENCll PERPETUAL CARNATIONS, Named Gems, 12 difj. 12/ Gl.OltlOUS FUCHSIAS, all din. 6 Rems 16/-; 12 din. 30/ »C01CII SHOW PENTSTEMONS. nnc colours, 6 din 9/-; 12 din. 15/ .IVIIKID GERANIUMS, Ne», Irom France, Special, 6 dill £1 .INK DELPHINIUM SYOELLA, charmine lavourlle, 2 fur 10/ CNGLISH GARDEN PINKS, very beautiful sorts, 12 din. 15/ ¡I Ul' EVES PEEPING, most vivid blue flo. of all, 6 for 12/ COi.OUKI UL DAISIES CLARY, Vivid Blue lop Long lasting for cutlin...

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

V' Free Le£s and Arms Every woman's dream, no more shaving or waxing. MADAME GRE, and her highly trained assistants remove hair permanently by a modern short wave treatment from the arms, legs, forehead, nape of neck and face. This new scientific treatment is medically approved. Gre, at Rene Henri, 28 Martin Place. BW2303 ÍTHE FIGURE CONTROL CORSET INSTANTLY ÎSLIMS HIPS AND WAIST! fx ^5i\ I* ls So DIFFERENT! , \ JUf^u 1+ ls So Flattering! Î \ \^ f T5W I Improve your appcarnnce: ¡ \ \r» a|B\\ I *4,!e Inches otf your hip» and i \ \*i 's» A I waistline, by wearing an In- I \ \ «? livS. ^ I dlvldually fashioned FIOURE I i i i \ Y ri Tv. ?*"»_ I CONTROL CORSET. Designed, I ; ! \ \sjy ^""V^ 1 cut aml made t° »'ve balanced I I' ' \ V k ' cont''01 ""d support. For a I 1 \ \ 1T~*^. N, 1 very small outlay you are es- I !H I n\ Vv ^ I sured ot Hgurc loveliness, with I 4 I I ll Vi unbelievable comfort. j hrA \ JW , )h ~* The Figure Control Corset has these ff lt \ ff \ Improvements: 1. The cros...

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Food For A Family Of Growing Boys [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Food For A Fa mil v Of Growing Boys A MOTHER-OF-FOUR, in ihe "Sun-Herald" last week, wrote of some of the problems of feeding lier family while balancing the budget of rising costs. To-day, another mother gives some of her experiences in feeding her three sons: AS the mother of three husky sons, ranging from 13 years to six, I try to provide a good body- building diet for my child- ren and one of my problems is what 1 can pour in to fill up the cracks after I have fed them on body-building foods to the limit of mv budget. Thc older boys have ap- petites, which at times make their father's seem like that of a pernickety matron on ;i slimming diet. ^ Here . are some of the ways 1 try to cut down the MILK.-As two of the children get milk- at school. I cut down on the milk sup- ply at home from Monday ? to Friday, but buy extra at the week-end. MEAT.-1 find that less expensive meats can'be sub- stituted for the week-end joint without making the meals less nourishing or at- tractive. Her...

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Lord Cherwell Leaves Govt. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Lord Cherwell Leaves Govt. LONDON, Saturday (A.A.P.).-Lord Cherwell to-day resigned as Pay- master-General. Lord Cherwell will return to Oxford University, where he holds the chair of Ex- perimental Philosophy, a post from which in 1951 he was given two years' leave of absence. He is the Government's chief adviser on atomic energy. Ari officiál announcement said that he would continue to advise on atomic affairs.

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

A Churchill. NEW YORK, Sat- urday (A.A.P.).— A Winston Churchill painting, left by the late President Frank- lin Roosevelt to his son. Elliott, is for sale in a New York gallery for 7,500 dollars (£3,350).     The canvas, "Tower of Kaloubia Mosque," was painted by Britain's Prime Minister at Mar- rakesh, North Africa, soon after thc Casa- blanca conference in 1943.

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To Carry On Wren "Empire" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

To Carry On Wren "Empire" MELBOURNE, Sat- urday.-The two sons of Mr. John Wren, mil- lionaire financier, will carry on his business empire. v Mr. Wren died last Mon- day at the agc of 82. His sons are Mr. John Wren, aged 44, a science graduate of Melbourne Uni- versity, and Mr. Joseph Wren, 38, a solicitor. Bouts Went On The boxing and wrestling section of thc "Wren Em- pire" carried on by Stadiums Ltd., is the best known to the public. A few days before his death Mr, Wren told his son John that he did not desire his death to interfere with even one programme. For that reason the fights went on this week at the ! stadiums in Melbourne, Syd-1 ney, and Brisbane. Board Posts Yesterday a special ^meet- ing was held at the 'Tvlel bourne office of Stadiums, Ltd., to discuss the future. Mr. .'ohn Wren, who had been understudying his father in thc business for some years, became manag- ing director. His brother was appointed to the board of directors. They will be assisted by the Sydney dir...

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JACK DAVEY Old Trade Secrets [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

JACK DAVEY Old Trade Secrets I'VE been waiting all this week for a call   from Canberra, regard- ing the grasshopper plague up north. As usual, I expect the Gov- ernment will call me in at the last moment when all else has failed. I come from a long line of pest exterminators. My great - great - great - grand father was head executioner for Henry The Eighth. Another relative way back had something to do with the plague of locusts in Egypt. He invented method of pulling one wing off each locust, which made them fly sideways, thereby finishing up in India. Distant Uncle's Plague Task The Egyptian Govern- ment was so delighted with him that it gave him a pyra- mid which took 1,000 years to build. It was built by the same firm that is building the Eastern Suburbs Rail- way. A very distant uncle was detailed to look after the Black Plague of London. He didn't get it completely under control, but I under- stand that by the time he had finished with it, it was referred to as, ...

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General Tried Suicide To Save War Plans RED TORTURE THREAT From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT AND A.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

General Tried Suicide To Save War Plans RED TORTURE THREAT From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT AND A.A.P. WASHINGTON, Saturday.-Major-General William Dean revealed that while a prisoner in Korea he tried to commit suicide rather than reveal war secrets under torture. Major . General Dean exercising in captivity. The General said he had stolen a Russian sub-machine gun and meant to kill the chief Communist interrogator and then himself. He failed because the gun jammed and he was overpowered by guards. "Might Squeal" * General Dean said the Communists were aware he knew the plans for defence of Japan and meant to torture the in- formation out of him. General Dean, comman- der of thc United States 24th Division was taken prisoner carly in the Korean war. He described thc suicide attempt during an address to thc National Press Club. He said he had been questioned by teams of in- terrogators for three ses- sions of 68, 44, and 10 hours about plans for the defence of Japan. Nails Splintered He ...

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STATE TENNIS AS CUP GUIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

STATE TENNIS AS CUP GUIDE By ADRIAN QUI ST The forthcoming N.S.W, tennis cham- pionships will be a definite guide to Aus- tralia's Davis Cup singles line-up. The most important factor for the players is the championship draw, which sometimes favours one aspirant and proves the down- fall of another. Rosewall heads the top half and will meet Wilder spin in an early round. A hard baseline duel will sharpen up the youngster's game for his quarter final clash with the winner of the Talbert-Ayre battle, which should be a tournament highlight. Could be upset Seixas is scheduled to meet Rosewall in the semi- final, but there could be an upset when the American crosses swords with Hartwig, who has improved consider- ably. The Australian held match point against Seixas last year, and lost when Seixas saved with a mira- culous volley. Trabert tops the lower half seeding and will have an in ter.^^^,,f.-match against Bromwich, who is still cap- able of maintaining a steady stream of drives from...

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