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

TOMORROW Your Money can GAIN a GOVERNMENT GUARANTEED THE SYDNEY WATER BOARD The Premier N.S.W. Security! Thc Sydney Waler Bonn] is one of Australia's oldest and largest pulilic utilities. Over 31,000 people have put their money into the Board's Loans since 1!) 15. Tomorrow, you eau invest for 15 years at 4$ .per cent -an annual rate unsurpassed during the last 22 years. INTEREST AND PRINCIPAL GUARANTEED BY THE N.S.W. GOVERNMENT. AN AUTHORISED TRUSTEE INVESTMENT LOAN OPENS TOMORROW ! You can invest at any Commonwealth Bank, through a Stockbroker, or , atllie Sydney Waler Board. .Remember-subscriptions and interest are free of exchange in terms of thc Prospectus. í.íxm /Yo. 113, issued nt par, tcill close on or before 21sl November, 1953, and is underwritten by J. B. Were & Son. SWBIA-S3

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VANDALS AT WORK [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

VANDALS AT WORK ï. - Thc president of the Kyeemagh R.S.L.. Mr. D. Weingott (left), and the treasurer. Mr. R. Kellett, inspect an R.S.L. memorial cross which was sawn tou, bv vandals on Friday night. The cross was erected last week on the General Holmes Drive, Kyeemagh, Botany Bay.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Helicopter Oil Search [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Helicopter Oil Sear eh An American expert who will direct helicopters in the search for oil in New Guinea arrived at Sydney by B;C.P.A. plane last night. He is Mr. Arni Sumarli ijson, president of World ¡fde Helicopters Incorpor- ad. Officials of thc Austra ¡isiiin Petroleum Co. Ltd. elconied him. Mr. Suniarlidason said licoptcrs had been used idely for oil search in the Jniied Stales. Four Bell helicopters, will 33.500 dollars each, ad been brought to Austra lia from America for use in the search. Helicopters had not been used before for oil search in New Guinea. Mr. Suniarlidason said his company, a subsidiary of Bahamas Helicopters Ltd., operated helicopters in a similar manner to normal Australian airlines. The company had been operating since 1947. Helicopters were being] widely used in the United States. In such cities as New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, they were used for mail and passenger services. Twenty - five helicopter companies were operating in America. Mr. Sumarli...

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

Starring summer w hit Exhibition of Architecture at Dj's Striking äesignB by the architects of to-morrow . . . modern trends interpreted by Sydney University stu- dents of Architecture. Now on view, Third Floor, Market Street Mon's Store, Admis- sion is free, of course. -K -X -X STOP PRESS: Handkerchiefs at 1/-! 4,800 embroidered lawns, printed and spoke linens ... slightly imperfect but looks and wear are un- affected. On the Ground Floor, Elizabeth St. Store .. . personal shoppers only. * -K -K NOW is the time to re-cover down-quilts BEST-SELLER ACCESSORIES* FOR A MAGIC TOUCH OF COOL, COOL WHITE i * Ground Floor, Elixabeth Street Store. All for mail and 'phone orden White in a great, wide collar The white collar of the season! Full-circle Puritan style, one of DJ's very own "Kitty Foyle" designs. In fine pique with rich Swiss guipure lace, 29/6 Your belt ... another touch off white! The easiest way of all to give a dash of summer white to your plain linens, your gay printed cotton...

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

Su nt ni or \ Cool Clip - th* woman who w«ars an air ol distinction as cora fortjbl) as sh* «ian a ft Jw i«inm«r çown, (twti tjtly crown* it with a Barrowman Hair Sttl*. th* Borrowmao Signatur* of Isdividualih b oa t«rt h«ad that lea»«s his vjioi. Wh«th«r iou'** wanting a perman«at. a cut or a compl*t*l> new sty* that ¡j easy hs man aq* For summer days and th* beach, mat* an ap- pointment now with J. D. Borrowman. A stïU book- let ts lent tr«« ort request. St. Jjm«s Building, ll» Eliubeth Slt*«t. Phone: MA2733. MA2333 rh« H*aauart*rs ot Permanent Waving DAVID JONES' . There's many o rare and \ft ^ '"^/I beautiful gift-one for 7* " jP everyone on your list VjLT V* D-J's G',f* Hall, 7in ^^m^[ K Floor, Elixaberh Street. Another delivery! 1,000 Cotton Dresses 39'H More fashion for less money! Thar's fha way if goes af Dj's. Very good when fhe fashion happens to be gay little "Good Morning" coftons in bright-coloured prints, in colours so pretty they begin any morning (or afternoon) t...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Risky Air Expedition Plan For N.G. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Risky Air Expedition Plan For N.G. From Jack Percival ' HOLLANDL Saturday. - Düte West New Guim authorities are plai ning for an exped lion to make a ha; ardous landing on Jake in. the Balier Valley. A Dulch official told the negotiations with Qan were almost complete. The only white people visit the area were nieint» of (he Archibald Expedite in 1938 and 1*.»3.", and pe sonnel of an American sig! seeing Dakota which crashi lhere in 1945. Glider Rescue .Survivors o.4 the eras were rescued with glidei after medical aid had bee parachuted to them. About 100,000 "unknown people arc bcikvcá to be liv ing in thc area. Plans provide for a Qan (as Catalina to take an ex pedition to Balicm Valley t< build an airstrip. To reach the valley (ht plane will have to fly ovei the 17,000-fect WühcJ. mina Tops, then land on Habbcma Lake on thc floor of the valley. Long March After landing, thc expedi- tion will have to make a seven-day march to the site selected for the airstrip. When a t...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"COVERED GIRL" LOOK FOR QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

"COVERED GIRL" LOOK FOR QUEEN LONDON, Nor. -TJie "coverei pi-r look was feature of the fasliio collections from wilie the Queen made he choice for thc Aiislr: linn and New Zcnlan tour, the "Evcnin News" reported tili neck. There ivas scarcely ; barc-sliotilderod strap less dress among th bricht cottons fo summer wear in (In Pacific. The Queen's choici in .(unfrocks cither lia: a simple chemise tor. or a «¡dc V-neckline willi (¡ny sleeves. W:(li many of the sunfroeks go matching three-cornered scarves. Nearly all the more formal dresses also feature the "covered girl" look. Instead of being sleeveless, as last year, (hey have full sleeves filling with a tijjhf cuff just below thc dhow. Full skirts are almost mandatory. Among colours, thc new "sugar pink" chosen by Die Queen and expected to go willi willi lier (o Aus- tralia, is paler and kinder to complexions than its prcccdessor. Where prints arc con- cerned thc emphasis is on small Victorian roses or patterns high- lighting fruit. ...

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

IT ISN'T THIS!!;... that you have to spend a fortune to dine and dante at PRINCE'S. On the contrary, this famous luxury house is the least expensive in Sydney. For example: n delicious "de jour" dinner from 6 - ,¡.30 p.m. casis you only J 2/9. You cnn enjoy four hours' of dancing in lile vomforlnhlc nlimi». lill ere of PRINCE'S, a tlirce-eoiir.se dinner, mid it costs only £1, all charges incliitlctl. A'« cover charge. Wines, eic, if required ayd legally ordered ure, of course, exlras. For Halls, Dinner Panics, Wedding Parties, Birllidny Parlies, Staff Dinners, Coeklail Parlies, etc., un rendezvous in thc whole of Sydney is as nnpuliir or as keenly priced as PRINCE'S. flin* HW 19111 m HW 3993 for detail,, PNCt-53 ^^^^^^^^^^^^Illllllllllllllllll III MM lill ^ ^ DESIGNED By ^ Si,t0' of Contain Molyneux, mf 0 ..^V "¿!3\ Doyen of ihe / ^ ^ " '^^jt \ English Coutoure J ' , ^ ^'v* j \ Horrockses Fashions The Finest Cottons in the World ABOUT 6 to 10 GNS.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Queen's Glamour Dazzles London By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

<W, " sf./,,,,,,,,,, Mßassles London By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT RONDON, Nov. 7.-During the past week the Queen has been dazzling Londoners with her glamour. On each festive occasion the Queen has outshone everyone within range. London fashion writers and even tough London columnists have been loud in their praise for the young Sovereign's sparkle. After spending last week- end quietly at Windsor Castle, the Queen returned to London on Monday. That afternoon she at- tended a lecture on thc con- quest of Mount Everest by Sir John Hunt and Sir Ed- mund Hillary at London's Festival Hall. Wool Coat And Feather Cap She wore a slim fitting blue wool coat, with an at- tractive blue feather cap. That evening was the Royal variety performance at the London Coliseum. In a billowing gown of shimmering aquamarine tulle threaded with brilliants and sequins under a while ermine wrap and a sparkling diamond tiara, which was left to her by Queen Mary, thc Queen outshone everyone. Her diamon...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Swimmers As Builders [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Swimmers As Builders Between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to-day, about 150 members of the Bondi Icebergs Club will erect a new schoolroom. They will build it at the W. A. Crowie Home for Sub-normal Children, Bel- more Street, Ryde. The room is for 22 sub- normal children who will arrive at the home from Sydenham and Bankstown al Christmas. Few of the Icebergs are skilled building tradesmen, but they are all handymen.

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

Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! CLOSING SOON AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION In aid of Northern Suburbs Catholic Building Fund FIRST PRIZE V?""^ Value £1617 1953 CHEVROLET SEDAN SECOND PRIZE 1953 Vanguard Sedan £1180 Third Prize^President 8i cu. ft. Refrigerator .. £179 Fourth Prize-President 54 cu. ft. Refrigerator .. £149 Fifth Prize-Mullard Table Combination Radio ... £57 Sixth Prize-A.WA Portable Radiola . £24 TICKETS £1 each a* books of two 19,250 tickets only to be sold Drawn 7th December, 1953 AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION 64. Carlotta Street, / GREENWICH, N.S.W. Dear Sir, Please allot me ... . boolc/s .... tickets in the AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART,UNION, for which I enclose the sum of £ . , . . and stamped addressed envelope. NAME.. ADDRESS.

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

mw to McDowell s. yes, here s an a moung bargain well worth rushing in for. Pretty pompa- dour ladies decóralo this spun de chene frock which is beautifully finished with zipp and a really full unpressed filcafed skirt. A lovely dressy rock, it will launder perfectly, and is yours for only two guineas -be wise, come carly and be sure of yours. Wo know you will be delighted with this hlllo money saver. In Limo. Aqua, Blue. Lilac. Rose or Grey. SSW. SW. W, XW. ALL ONE At I ^WONDERFUL PRICE**' . Mad Order* add 1/10 Jrciuht. < ?kt m Vi wa -fy ?cr Mail Orders promptly attended to. I Phone Orders| ring BL4051. ¿2 Cir .inai in HERE'S SENSATIONAL NEWS! ^ BARGAINS IN FROCKS AT PRICES SO LOW THEY'RE STUNNING! Be early, don't wait for anything but your hat and bag. Here s unbeatable value, a beautifully crisp cotton frock in a smart colourful design and now American 2-way neckline (see inset). A beautiful full flowing skirt (yes. its 148" around the hem line) with a cunning pocket t...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gallup Poll Leaders More Popular [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Gallup Poll Leaders More Popular The Leader of tl Liberal Party, M Menzies, and tl Leader of the Laboi Party, Dr. H. > Evatt, are increasing! popular willi electoi as party leaders. Mr. R. G. Casey and A A. A. Calwell retain seco positions. These findings arc from Gallup Poll, in which neai 2,000 electors «'ere inti viewed throughout all Stat« People were handed car listing 12 prominent Feder ' members and asked for the ; first and second choice fi : leader of their party Federal Parliament. By One In IO Of Liberal and Countr Party voters, eight in te chose Mr. Menzies s Leader, compared with seve in len a year ago. Liberal-CP. first choice: Menzies 82 prr rmi., Case ; 12 per cent.. Fadden 2 pc ; «o.t., Holt 2 per cent.. Mc ? Krna 1 per cen/., Ilarrlso 1 per cent. Afler allocating second prc ferences of Menzies supper teni, Casey goes lo 54 pc; cent, and Fadden lo 26 pei : cent., almost the same as j (''?ye« ago. For Evatt Kraft is the choice of eight oat of ten Labour volers t s...

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

It's torture when a shrunk-up garment chokes you! And quite unnecessary too. Insist on cottons with the "Sanforized" label - they won't shrink out of fit. WIVES 1 TAKE PITY! Whenever you buy him shirts, overalls, work clothes, cotton tweed trousers, pyjamas or beach wear, look for that "Sanforized" label, lt is your assurance of per- manent fit. Always look for this label ; * * * .* \ Vfofr 'fr .SANFORIZED ;r 'SHRUNK FABRIC ; Enquiries to Registered Usen: Bradford Cotton Milli, Camperdown, N.S.W. Austral Silk »nd Cotton Mill Pty., Melbourne C.I. »ho will also undertake pro-shrinkage of other manufacturera' dolli to the "Sanforized" standard. WHÖ KIDNEYS IRKTOOOFTEN Are you embarrassed and bothered by too frequent elimination during thc day and night? These symptoms, as well as Bladder Irritation. Backache, Swollen Ankles, Leg Pains, Ner- vousness, Dizziness, Lumbago, Interrupted Sleep, Circles Under the Eyes and a generally run- down feeling, are usually due lo germ-caused kidney an...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOTS ON BORDER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

SHOTS ON BORDIU BERLIN, Saturtiiiv (A.A.P.).-East Berlin police yesterday fired at two' West Berlin lorries crossing the border from East to West Berlin. West Berlin police said no one was injured.

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

ICRUCIAN - (AMORC) Free Public Lecture TUESDAY AT 8 P.M. "DOES THE SOUL RETURN?" By John H. La Buschagne, F.R.C. Have you lived before? Will you live again? If so, how, why, and when? What logic or proof is there to the doctrine of REINCARNATION-the soul's return? Come, hear the TRUE doctrines of reincarnation discussed intelligently and from a non-sectarian viewpoint. Questions answered following the lecture. COLOUR FILM "DOMAIN OF DESTINY" DOORS OPEN 7.30 No Fees - All Welcome Questions anil answers follow each Discourse i ASSEMBLY HALL MARGARET STREET FREE EAR PIERCING Painless and hygienic, at David Stern's, 258 King St., Newtown. LA 1587 and j Mark Rose, 602 Darling St., Rozelle. WB3042.*

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
City Council From Page 3 Alderman Asked About £6,000 In Bank A.L.P. INQUIRY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Ciiy Council From Page 3 Alderman Asked About £6,000 In Bank ¡A.L.P. INQUIRY rp H REE cheeky * Siamese kittens pecked from a bas- ket at thc Federal Cat Club of Australasia Show at the Dispen- sary Hall, Chats- wood, yesterday. ALD. C. II. SMITH ALD. A. V. HENRY A Trades Hall official said yester- day lhat, in ihe A.L.P. inquiry ou sources of city aldermen's incomes: One alderman, when asked about £6,000 in his bank account, said a refugee had given him a lot of money. Two aldermen asked to explain the alleged soliciting of £50 from a laundry pro- prietor said they were merely collecting money for a children's fund. Some Labour alder- men said the A.L.P. executive's inquiry was exhaustive and search- ing. Aldermen . were asked to produce their bank books and disclose details of their private income. Alderman W. P. Henson, a member of the Civic Re- form Party, said yesterday that a Royal Commission should investigate thc City Council. "Thc Trades Hall's at- tempts to whitewash the co...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
His Total £57,179 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

HYDROGEN winning the C. B. Fisher Plate.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Policy Change Cost Fortune [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Policy Change Cost Fortune NEW YORK, Saturday (A.A.P.).-A change of mind cost the Government 1,204,527 dollars (£537,735) yesterday. The money was paid to Robert Hirsch, of Bridge- port, Connecticut, to com- pensate him for thc profit he might have made had he been allowed to buy a fac- tory the Government pro- mised him. Hirsch submitted the high- est tender for a factory which ' had been leased by the Government to the United Aircraft Corporation. After paying a substantial deposit, he was told the Government had changed its mind. Thc amount he re- ceived was the difference between what he contracted to pay and what it was worth when thc Government decided to keep it.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] Hollow Victory To Become Top Stake-winner HYDROGEN TO MISS HANDICAPS IN FUTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

. Hollow Victory To Become Top Stake-winner HYDROGEN TO MISS HANDICAPS EV FUTURE From GEORGE MILLER MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Australia's top stake-winner, Hydrogen, will not race in handicap events in future. Owner Mr. E. R. Williams said this to-day after Hydrogen had won the C. B. Fisher Plate at Flemington in heavy going. The Plate degenerated into a three-horse race and Hydrogen beat Quite Talk by four lengths with Aldershot 15 lengths away. Champion To Have Let-up Hydrogen earned £1,750 for his win, which made his prize aggregate £57,179. He is now the greatest winner in Australian history. The previous record was held by Phar Lap, who had won in Australia £56,425, after which he won at Agua CaliéSa^Mexico. |2By*Williams said present pláhs were that Hydrogen would be given a let-up and return to Melbourne to contest the £10,000 Queen Elizabeth Stakes (lm 5f, w.f.a.) on February 27. .Asked whether the horse ' would contest the Queen Elizabeth Stakes (lim) at Randwick on February 6...

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