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[?] TWO BOATS SWAMPED Gale Winds Halt Rowing Regatta [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

. TWO BOATS SWAMPED Gale Winds Halt Rowing Regatta Gale force winds and choppy water yesterday forced officials to abandon the Glebe Club's regatta on the Iron Cove course. Officials delayed the start for 35 minutes, but after two events had been completed it was con- sidered impossible to con- tinue. The two events were the maiden eight and the senior pair. During these events, two boats were swamped and one competitor was thrown into the water when a wave caught his bow-oar and up- ended him. Boats swamped were Sydney No. 1 crew in the eight-oar event, and Nim Greenwood and Sam Hobbs, whose pair oar sank after they crossed the line. The competitor thrown overboard was B. Bugden, bow of Haberfield in the maiden eights. STOPPED ROWING The crew stopped rowing until Bugden swam back to the boat. At the time, Sydney was leading 200 yards from the finish, but swamped before the line. This left Leich- hardt to win by li lengths from 'Sydney No. 2, with North Shore six lengths away third....

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Largest Net Sales Of Atty Newspaper EBB Australia 80 PACES ,"n il I'ACliS COMICS. »Th. Sunday Herald" No. »c .AH Sun and Guardian" No. 2637 ! .i ihc General Posi OITice, Sydney. ?Sti£ % POS. . periodic^ PHONE: 11(1399 (23 Lines)_ S II ni ni cr F¿BsBii<»iis -Page 27

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DIOR SAYS... U.S. Skirts Too Short [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

DIOR SAYS . . . U.S. Skirts Too Short ¡' STAFF CORRESPONDENT j. NEW YORK, Saturday. Christian Dior, the French de- signer, told Filth Avenue fashion shops they are making !new dresses "entirely too 'short." Meek-mannered Dior started «n international furore by lop- ping inches of! skirts two months ago, but he insists Americans are carrying the idea iwch too far. "I saw some windows on Fifth Avenue to-dav," he said, "and I was shocked "

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Nudists fear blackmail Stolen snaps FACT'S London News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Nudists fear blackmail Stolen snaps FACT'S London News Bureau The 10,000 members of Britain's 80 nudist clubs shivered this week but not because of the English winter. Their shivers were caused by news that 20 large por- traits and many snapshots of members in the nude had been stolen from the North Devon nudists' club at Bea worthy. One police theory is that the thieves' object might be blackmail. Police emphasised that there is no crime in being photographed in the nude unless the postures could be classified as indecent or ob- scene. Exclusive nudes Said club secretary Ed- ward Hemmingway: "That certainly didn't apply in this theft. .* "If somebody was Iook : ing for the suggestive, there ! were photographs which : would have suited the pur ! pose better than those which ¡I have disappeared. ! "We have been a pretty ! exclusive club ever since I I became secretary in 1936. ? "Among our members are ; people right at the top-in ; the Church, Parliament and ; the professions, even p...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Devil! FACT Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

The Devil! FACT Correspondent i Wearing horns and ; I carrying a suitcase lab- ; ¡ cited Devil's Private ; ; Portfolio, Elder James : I Taylor was arrested in ; ; Washington for parad- : ; ing without a permit. ; ! He explained he was I \ wearing the regalia to ', ', publicise a religious re- : ; vival meeting. 1!

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A star reappears FACT'S New York News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

A star reappears FACT'S New York News Bureau Movie star Larry Parks, remem- bered for his leading part in "The Jolson Story," has resumed work in Hollywood for the first time in 2% years. No movie studio bad given Parks a job since he gave evidence to the House of Representatives' Commit- tee on Un-American Activi- ties that he had been a Communist from 1941 to 1945, when Russia was an ally. Parks was later com- mended by the committee for his honest testimony and complete co-operation. He is making a television movie for a subsidiary of his old studio, Columbia. . Said Parks this week: "1 feel no bitterness toward anyone. "It is a truth of life that all of us must pay for our mistakes. "I think the public will agree that I have paid for mine."

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THIS WEEK.... [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

v THRËR * StÖR^T^ < BROADWAY» BONDI, PARRAMATTA ] ^ Open another Service to Shoppers ! SEE OUR "GRACE-WAY" CREDIT ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE NOWS We have opened a special "Grace-Way" Office on the 5th Floor of our Women's Store, where our Credit Rep- resentative will be pleased to meet you and give you full particulars . . . quietly, confi- dentially, and at your conveni- ence, if you cannot call, write or phone for full particu- lars. ÏHE "GRACE-WAY" CREDIT OFFICE is located on the 5fh Floor, Women's Store, Broadway and at Bondi and Parramatta THE "GRACE-WAY" CREDIT ACCOUNT THIS is A CONTINUOUS ACCOUNT ... With "Grace-Way" you don't have to wait until your original purchases arc fully paid for before buying more!. How it Works... This a practical, dignified, and efficient plan for buy- ing the goods you want right now. It's all very simple. You arrange with us to open a "Grace-Way" Continuous Credit Account. Say, for example, you open an account for £20. You pay an instalmen...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FASHIONS[?]FOR SUMMER The thin slim line [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

I FASHIONS-F OH SUMMER It's a direct line to three fashion points: the peg - top skirt, the fish- tail skirt, and the skirt which fans at knee le-vel. A scarf neckline enhances the close-wrapped look of the bodice in Fabiani's white linen dress. A teal-blue taffeta dress has fish-tail fullness in the skirt (below), while the dinner dress of black nylon tulle below it is shirred and ruffled through its slender length to burst into great fullness. A string-straight dress of dark shantung is sharpened with white shantung insets. The pearl embroidered white lace dress by Susan Small (right) is mounted on satin. The lace motif is outlined with cord embroidery.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

CRUISE TO DAY, 3 P.M. Adults A/-, Children 1/6 Afternoon Ten. Commentary. CONCERT TO-NIGHT 8 p.m. Adults 4/-. No. 2 JETTY, CIRC. QUAY TIVOiï Gala Opening next Friday, 13th November, at 8 p.m. Then nlchtly at 8. Matinees Weds., Sals., 1.15 SAVIO N. MARTIN ANOTHER MIGHTY PARISIAN REVUE UTIN0UH HANK SIEMAN ARCHIE: "Vcntrlloqulal Novelty" FEATURING: CARLISLE & WELDON "Comedy Impersonators" THE ONE A ONLY CHARLEY WOOD & Partner: "Eccentrle Comedian" THE BALCOMBES: "Comedy House rainier»" THE CTIADELLS: "Novelty Acrobats" CLAUDINE CI1E11ET: "Dcllfihtful Parisienne Songstress" WITH "Exotlo Dance Stars": TRIO DARESCO, EUGENE A CARLOTTA, RENITA KRAMER; "Sont Stylists": SUSAN JEANS, GUY NELSON; 'Novelty Instrumentalist": FRANK COOK; and "Brilliant Comedy I Team": LOWE & LADD. PRICES & BOOKING ARRANGEMENTS : I MAIL ORDER BOOKINGS-for First 3 weeks. Evenings: Dress I I Circle nnd Stalls IS/-, Grand Circle G7-. Matinees: Dress Circle | nd Stalls 12/-, Grand Circle...

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... Personal choice FASHIONS FOR SUMMER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

All the world loves a stole, and Mrs. Anthony Oxley, of Darling Point, who recently returned from an overseas tour, is no exception. A shawl-stole she bought in New York has bobbles as big as crab apples. And like other smart women Mrs. Oxley loves a flattering slender dress. FASHIONS FOU SUMMER | Over a black sheath dress, Mrs. Anthony Oxley wears a white woof '» stole, from the ' Ç Cotton Shop, New York, trimmed with' giant bobbles. Norman Hartnell madel her the flame chiffon dinner dress (centre) which she wears with a matching Italian stole embroidered with straw. Victor Stiebel designed the white lace evening dress, and Worth the nut-brown afternoon dress.

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"new fronde"... [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

T'HE great hairdressers * of Paris arc launching a total war against long hair. Their new style is called the New Fronde, as seen at the right, but women will have to brush up their French history to understand it. The "Fronde" was the name given to the minor insurrection against the Prime Minister, Cardinal Mazarin, and the Queen Mother, after the death of King Louis XIII. The hairdressers have chosen the name to signify : their revolutionary inten ? tion-revolt against curls, i ringlets and frizziness, and : death to thc "horse ' tail." "

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

]v6u fwi Underfill new WOOL fabrics i|b^wearing this coming Autumn "utinj "ie,i:, "nnc u'i/i ,""» »<?,;.;3vav* z^- ^^^^^^^^^ Never has wool been featured -A¡»^ ?? ^^Ä^^^i witl1 ßrealer vision! Shown 4#wli^ift*^^M re,re: examPles of 'he new O #WS»»»il,u,nBo'» dr^l,||\f3 fabrics which will be available \oe«ur.fu%sc%brV^ in retail stores this Autumn. \ ÈSSS ^fXcotou^Josy The weave and textures of 4\ '^rrnTT^^ lhese wo°' materia,s are headi iÊS0BWÊÊÊÊKBm ,me ne-V!L ?vers*as.~ weifihts r 'Wm^^W^^^m^A are var,ed 10 su,t lhc garment ¿% iltlw co!ours in such a variety or m WßmWimmmmWi tcxtllres- Walch for ihe«" m j® the keynote of high fashion /"c,W />!? r/;r Australian Wont Bureau.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Mc DOWELLS LTD SELF SERVICE FASrIION fAIR 0jym& --st '* the magic of EYERGLAZI NO-ONE CAN COMPETE WITH OUR VALUES Mail Orders add 1/10 freight. PHONE ORDERS BL405I MAILORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO M. _> Wonderful Magical Everglaze Here is a fashion frock styled lo perfection and yet boasts of all the wonders of durability, versatility, and easy laundering (think_of the saving on dry cleaning billi) ol crisp, fresh cotton. Stocks ar« limited so be carly. Pastel shades of Pink, Lilac, Aqua, Blue, Green, also Cherry Red or White, Sixes XSSW, SSW. SW, W. PRICE 59/11 Mc DOWELLS GEORGE & K,NG STS BOX 1184. G.RO.V$VONEYJ

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

In your FACT magazine today Leis for a lieutenant's landlady . page 22 German general runs a vast spy-ring . page 24 Scientists model the human brain . page 57 Taking the bang out of the sound barrier .. page 58 Gilbert Mani's commentary. page 59 The real romance of Jimmy Edwards ...... page 59 Diary of a Doctor who tells . page 66 Your week by the stars . page 60

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

The Truth about LIFE IN RUSSIA Pressman in Moscow for ll years and his ex-dancer Russian wife talk frankly. Story and pictures In ON SALE PIX TOMORROW FORD AT HASTINGS DEERING! - ' 3

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Free Speech [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Free Speech ffWHFIWrB TF Britain tries to remain an ???IÉÍMHÍ J- independent nation it must inevitably become a second class power. -Former M.P., Austrolian-born R. W. G. MACKAY. IT is one of thc absurdities of English history that wealth has almost always been in thc hands of thc new rich. -FINANCIAL TIMES. THE age of the long-haired intellectual has passed, beards these days are worn by businessmen -Sculptor JACOB EPSTEIN. WWWjHfiWM TT'S better t0 tmve the KHÍM1ÉIIBÍI¡9 X Russians talking at the United Nations than to have them fighting us somewhere. -U.S. Delegale lo United Nations, HENRY FORD. IP thc Churches of thc world would do their part of thc job as effectively as the scientists have done theirs, civilisation wouldn't be in any danger of destruction. -Lawyer OWEN D, YOUNG. THERE is nothing wrong with the average college graduate that can't be cured by a good education. -Columnist HAL' BOYLE. AUSTRALIA: ATTITUDES based on fear and hate may lead to our committing the same cr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

ipi««» «fff TO MORROW! ALL 1953'$ INCREDIBLE COTTONS, IN WON- DERFUL NEW TREATMENTS, AT WONDERFULLY LOW PRICES! Cotton Voile, 6 6 Gossamer-fine and Jight, in fadeless tones of blue, pink, lemon, pure white also. 36ins wide. Voile Flouncing, 811 1 Sin colton fiomicinus willi prelly embroidered borders, all scalloped. While, pink, lemon, sky. Cotton Pique, 611 Shades pink, blue, lemon, also while. Or wafflc texuired in pink, sky, rose, lan. navy, red. etc, 36 inches wide. French Gingham, 711 Thc loveliest cotton e,inj*ham in years. Richly checked or jsiiiy striped» in radiant colours. 36in. f Flouncing, 25/ Of pirre, pure colton. In white, pink, blue, lem- on, mauve, all scalloped. Richly embroidered; some pierced. 44 inches wide. Sporting denim for the ^reat tun, in washable hine, trey, navy. 3d inches wide. Cotton Poplin, 811 Perfect washing'quality: Shades pink, ere lemon, red. creen, lupin, sky, royal, 36i 44in. Organdi, 611 Cotton Broderic 1911 Broderic Anglaise of heavy coltonl ...

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Will She Wear Clothes Like These On Tour? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Will She Wear doilies Like These On Tour? THERE is a growing simplicity iii the Queen's day clothes. This two-piece lias the "pared down to essen- tials" look in its three button jacket and an all-round pleated skirt. THE CLOTHES the Queen loears before her Commonwealth tour arc eagerly watch- ed as a fashion fore- cast for her Australian icardrobe. Her silk coat (below) is cut on princess lines. A WIDES K I RT E D ball gown is still the Queen's favourite for formal occasions and she will doubtless wear one or two beautifully embroidered dresses in Sydney similar to this one of silver needle run lace over pink tulle. 1

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CHESS By G. Koshnitsky PROBLEM No. 246 Black, 5 pieces [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

CHESS By G. Koshnilshy PROBLEM Ho. 246 Black, S pieces While 6 pieces White to play and mate in two moves, SOLUTION TO PROBLEM No. 245 Composition by Y. H. Williams 1. Q - K(7 K x R(5) 2. R.. 112 ch K - 03 3. Q.KR7 nute. Ul. K x R(7); 2 . R-B2ch, K.-Q3; 3. Q - KR' ; mate, lt 2.K - K8 oi >Q8;3.Q-KU mate. If 2_ I Q-B8; 3. Q - Rt mate. j "Sua-Heuld" problem »olvln, ! competition No. 244. Prize-winners: J. Dirdsnll, Abbotsford: J. Daw- son, Maroubra: Dr. Kim Fields. Lithgow; A. Gilbert. Carlton; P. Mayes, Brookvale; L. McManus, Leeton. Problem 243 proved a real teaser. Many people claimed 1. Kt - Kt3 as thc solution, overlooking thc subtle refutation by 1. Kt - B6; 2. Q - Bl ch, Kt - 08, etc. In problem No. 242, the plaus- ible 1. R - U6 is defeated by 1. .... P - K3. The Australian champion, Lajos Steiner, took the lead in thc fifth round of the Malison interstate in- vitation tournament played at John Martin's Store, Adelaide. In thc fourth round Steiner was held to a draw by the S...

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