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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

YOU'LL HAVE THE Last LaiigJi IF YOU AVOID VJ todays high prices Many people these days are merrily spending all they earn. They know very well that the prices they pay are often exorbitant and that the quality is often poor. But nothing deters them. They're so mad to spend.that they even laugh at their more cautious friends and neigh bours who see the wisdom of wait ing for better buying conditions. PAR-REACHING EFFECTS These careless spenders do a grear deal of harm - not only to them- selves, but to Australia also. Since the war, this country; has suffered shortages of many kinds - shortages of manpower, of raw materials and of manufacturing equipment. The result is that Aus- tralian industry is still unable to produce everything the public needs-and competition for scarce supplies is intense. Under such conditions prices tend to rise. But if the competition for Savi TO HELP CONTROL PRICES »caree goods were to slacken, prices would be more easily stabilised. What's more, with the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

AT PROUDS [Engagement rings, eternity rings, dress rings ... in â breath-taking variety of gems, styles and settings ia (Prouds' Jewellery department on the Ground Floor. (Above: Platinum-set diamond in a coronet. £62/10/-. Emtrald>Diamond eternity ring, perhaps to match your engagement ring; perhaps to make a brilliant contrast with it. Platinum-set £45. Pillar tatting for this diamond, but a special Prouds* platinum set that is strong as well as very beautiful. £42yiOA Bia* Sapphic« ring with two ¡sparkling diamonds set in each shoulder. Choose from either white or yellow gold with a platinum setting. £35. AU »tone» set in platinum en IScU white or vcUaw gold. ,Rx)uds A Great Name in Diamond} CORNER OF KING ANO PITT STREBT». 'PHONS BW 2721 Steele's lead the Crusade in LOWER PRICES! m sss FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 4 ft. 6 it». DAMASK * Special Stocks reserved for country clients! Write at once! £13/17/6 I OTHER STYLES I x tr .. u/i/9. y v .. £9/11/6. rtr .. tivwt I STEELE'S SPRING ...

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Succeeds At First Venture In Racing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Succeeds At First Venture In Racing -« City businessman Mr. Arthur Allsop had his first race success when Parlona won the Second Ash- bury Mixed Stakes at Canterbury yesterday. Mr. Allsop accepted a wager of £1,000 to £10 from book- maker Ken Ranger about his filly. He also, had £1 on the win tote and ¿10 on the place »tote on Parlona-an additional yield of nearly £170. -~-/ Parlona is the first racehorse Mr. Allsop has owned. She beat the odds-oti favourite Spanish Duke by a long neck, with .loueybrook half a head away third. Mr. Allsop was greatly excited after the win. "1 can't believe that winning a Melbourne Cup would give me greater pleasure," he said. Mr. Allsop restricted his wager on the race because he did no1 rate the filly's chances very highly. But one of Sydney's most spec- tacular punters took £2,000 to £20 about Parlona, because he had been impressed by the filly's performance at Moorefield re- cently. ' Mr. Allsop said before the-racc that some of the runners would ...

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Inter-school Swimming [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Inter-school Swimming SCOTS T CRANBROOK T BARKFR I-"»OO metres open J Dawson (C ) ,m 45s 1 Dunlop (S ) 2 W Howard (It ) 1 100 metres open C Wheat (C) I m 14s I Talbot (S ) 2 50 metres open Mccullagh (S ) II 4s 1 J Dawson (C ) 2 W Cirpentcr 1 5(1 metres backstroke open Talbot (S ) I 18 4s G Read (C ) 2 C Wilson (B ) 3 Open diving Habcncht (S ) 1 Diwson (C ) 1 Townsend (B ) 3 200 metres under 16 R Clement ?>m 41 3s I Solomon (S) 2 T Wright (R ) 3r 100 metres under 16 R Clement (C) lm 9 9s 1 Solomon (SI 2 T Wright fB ) 1 50 metres under 16 M Cipp(B) 33 2s I Dunlop (S) .> R Nicoll (C) 3 50 metres breast ktrokc under 16 S Tompkins (B ) 43 3s I Frlcrcr (S ) 2 A Rogers (C ) 1 50 metres backstroke under 16 R Clement (C) 39 6s I J Throsby (B ) ". Friezer (S) 3 Dicing under 16 Sneddcn (S ) I R Clement (C ) i T Thlpps <B ) 1 200 metres under 15 C Johnston (C1 14 4s 1 A Pardoe (B ) 2 Sanders (S) 3 100 metres under 15 C lohnston (C ) tm 216s 1 Brown IS) 1 A Pardoe (B13 50 metres...

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HARDCOURT TENNIS EASTERN SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

HARDCOURT TENNIS FAST FUN SUBUKIIS. Al imiSION- Women s Singles Miss J Kell) beat Miss II 'taylor on a foi len Men s Dot bles K Bridges 1. Bryan be II D Mead J Greenwood 7 S 7S \ Gennrd R Wilkins belt J 1 indsuy 5 Cooper A ft 6 3 6 3 S Simmons F Roivlmis bell R Morton T Harrell 11 ti T Cashman P llaaiisto bent It Hall R Wilkinson 16 6 2 6 4 Mixed Doubles M Vivash Mn II Miles heit J Kncllcr Mrs Shirlo 4 6 6 2 6 4% Men s Singles J McNeill bent \ Trcssldcr 6 2 6 0 G Wirren bent T Harp 16 6 3 6 2 Women s Singles Sllss W Pople beal Mrs N Cooper 6 4 3 6 f 4 A3 DIVISION -Men s Doubles P O Donoehue 1 Tarlington beat A Dreg horn J Barret 8 6 7 S Mixed Doubles Mrs R Burgess R Madden beal Mrs M Coppin T Coppin 3 6 6 3 6 0 B O Connell Miss D Townsend beat A Mossman Miss B McKaig 4 6 6 1 7 5 W omen s Doubles Mrs E Casey Mrs k Maxwell beat Miss B Trost Miss M Fawcett 6-1 7 5 Mrs Robinson Mrs J Bath beat Mrs V Polls Mrs J Smith 6 0 6 3 Mrs nrown Mrs .Nolan bent Miss Kum Miss McCabc 17 6 1 Men s Si...

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Katoomba Trots [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

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Cycling Events N.S.W. AMATEUR CYCLING UNION. At Henson Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Cycling Events N.S.W. Ai\IATF.UR CYCLING UNION. . At Henson Park. Juvenile I*lap handicap! B. Spense (40yds), 1; N Palmer (35yds), 2. R. Holder (60vds), 1. Junior l-l tp handicap: B. Graham (25)ds). I, B. Kennedy (35yds), 2¡ H. Wiggins (I0)ds), 3 Senior I-lap handicap! R. Ricketts (45)ds), I, G. Harris (25yds), 2. Juvenile 3>lup hiindlcapt P Mooney (90vds), I. L. Brown (45yds), 2, R. Brazier (45yds), 3 Junior 3'lap handicap: D. Mathesi (I5)ds), I; B Graham (75yds), 2, K While (45yds), 3. Senior 3-lap handicap: G, Harris (75yds). li A. Rowe (105)ds), 2i P Dyer (75yds), 3. Senior B trade 3-mile scratch race H. Clarke and K. Budshaw, dead-heat, l! J. Wolstonholmc, 3. Junior 3mllc »cratch race: K McClur* kin, I; A. Baker. 2; K. Ridmond. 3 Senior 5-mile scratch race: N. Stark, 1; P. Dyer, 2: E Richardson. 3. N S.W. leam for Australian pursuit race. W. Cooper, R. Mcpham. W. Hos- kins, S. Only,. G Anslow, emcrgenq. ORANGE CUP.-Big entries! have been received for the Orange Cup meeting, ...

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Conditions Worry Riflemen [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Conditions Worry Riflemen Conditions were again tucky at An?ac Range yes- terday The wind varied sev- eral degrees at a time with little flag indication The best shoot or the diy was by H Berman, of Mosman Neut ral Bay who .compiled the first possible of this years grades 14 builscyes at 700 yards R Greenwood, of Bankstown ilso scored a possible m B Gnde In A Grade, Melrop Railways maintained its lead, and Concotd No 1 went into second place, pushing Mosman Neuttal Bay back to third The positions of the various divisions aie - A GRADI - Melrop Kulin i) Nu 1 G C1 irke f9 J Poll ird K C1 irke (¡7 R Mirtin 66 J Brun 64 R Sluikiicll J Holt 63-15.1 (.mid total 1822 Concord No 1 D Loon F II irrlson iii K Slurlcn A Bl un d7 \ Ki) (6 D Roberts 64 G Grillilhs 62 462 181s MOSIII.HI Nillir ii Bay H llcrm.ui 70 K Mel cod Is, I ec 67 I M isen 6-1 N Unit I Travers G Potter 62 --IM 1808 Sydney Nu 1 T Vhlcn rj C Cohan J AnUicus 67 J Oneil W Walkin'us D Denium 63 J Rich irdson 61-4i7 1806 Melrop Kti...

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Soviet Left Health Body [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Soviet Left Health Body FROM IAN BEVAN | IN LONDON DR. BROCK CHISHOLM, bluff Canadian specialist in mental illnesses, spent most of last week trying to figure out what is troubling the minds of Soviet leaders. ' For no good reason he or any- one else in the Western world can see, the Soviet Union and its two junior partners, Byelo Russia and the Ukraine, have withdrawn from the World Health Organisation, of which Dr. Chis- holm is Director-General. The World Health Organi- sation is one of 13 specialised agencies run by UNO. The Soviet Union up to now has stayed aloof from all I but three, and two of those, the ¡Universal Postal Union and the I International Telecommunications I Union, are carryovers from pre- war days. . ,* . HEALTH, some people had dared to hope, was a matter which even Stalin placed above politics. "The Soviet Union has absolute confidence in the necessity and world utility of this organisation," said the chief Russian delegate, Dr. N. A. Vinogradov, at the openi...

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Former Premier Succeeds With Melbourne Filly [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Former Premier Succeeds With Melbourne Filly MELBOURNE, Saturday.-Dusky Rose, who beat mott of Victories best tillie* in the Teppo Stakes' at Caulfield to-day, is part owned by Mr. A. Mair, a former Premier of New South Wales. ¡ Mr. Mair races Dusky Rose in partnership with her hreeder, Mr. E. A. Under- wood. The filly's win shocked pun- ters. She drifted in the bettirfts norn 14-1 to 50-1. Dusky Rose won by a neck Horn Cunency, with .Happy Medium, who was unlucky, a .-lose third. Dusky Rose was liddcn by R. Hutchinson, one of Melbourne's eading lightweight riders. She is trained at Flemington by R. Sinclair. The boom filly Adela finished a moderate ninth. Only absentee of the star Victorian fillies from the race was Lady Pirouette, who now looks assured of a trip to Sydney. Unlucky Run , Happy Medium may have been unlucky to lose. Her rider, Ken Smith, appeared lo have the leaders covered when he went for an opening in the straight. Smith was disappointed, how ever, and had to swit...

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WOMEN'S RESULTS ATHLETICS ANGUS AND COOTE SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

WOMEN'S RESULTS ATHLETICS I ANGUS AND COOTE SHIELD. A GRADF-220>ds B Lukins (St George) I M M ittlicws (WS) 2 J Hiumann (St Gcort.c) and J Cor ben (S S I 1 Time 27s 880yds A Perltz (WS) I Time lm 3 8s 100yds rch> Eastern Suburbs I St George 2 S W C A 1 Time 15 6s Shot put R Hallett (R K ) 27ft 9in I A Stalder (S S ) 2fift 6in 2 J Bradburn (E S ) 25ft 7VÍU1 3 Broad jump A Stalder (SS) 16ft 9in I J Bnclbtirn (ES) 16ft 8in 2 M Matthews (WS) 16ft 5Win 1 Jaselln J Bradburn (E S ) 98ft IViln I R Hallett (R K ) 2 B Murray (WS) 3 JUMOR- <5yds D Hurrell (ES) 1 Y Toby (WS) 2 M Aroney (E S ) 3 Time 9 4s 300jds reliy Western Suburbs I Cistern Suburbs 2 Time 39s Shot pul I Sheldon (Y W C A ) 26ft 9iiin 1 Ï Toby (W S ) 23ft 9viin 2 P Watts (Y W C A ) 22ft 4in 3 Broid Jump D Hurrell (E S ) 15ft 4Win 1 M Aroney (ES) 15ft 4ln 2 ~ Kcllnwiy (WS) 15ft 3 Progress Scores-A Grade WS 14 RK 8 E S 15 St G (14 SS 11 Vi YWCA 2 points Junior WS 14 RK 1 ES l8 YWCA " Parramatta I B GRADF-INTFR CL...

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FINANCIAL REVIEW How Power Shortage Threatens Industries BY THE FINANCE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

FINANCIAL REVIEW ] How Power Shortage Threatens Industries BY THE FINANCE EDITOR Temporary blackouts do not bring home to the public the full seriousness of Australia's power problem, which dogs the progress of industry at every step. The public must soon decide whether they are prepared to sacrifice the needs of industry, and so their jobs, for the sake of maintaining home comforts. T^HESE conclusions are ihescap * able from any analysis of Australia's power problem. Without greater and more regu- lar supplies of energy to drive the machines in the next few years, the present promise of industrial development cannot be fulfilled. The winning of more coal is the desperate need for generating electricity and gas, keeping trains moving, producing iron and steel, and feeding the factories directly and indirectly. "Completely disheartening is the record of the eighteen months" to June. 1948, states the Joint Coal Board in its first re- port. "At the very least one million tons of coal i...

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—On Your Radio To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

- On Your Radio To-day - Religion: 9.30: 2FC, Methodist Studio Ser- vice-Rev. E. K. Ditterich. 10.30: 2GB, Liberal Catholic Service. 11.0: 2BL, Anglican, Grafton Cathedral. 11.0: 2CH, Methodist, Mosman. 11.0: 2SM, High Mass, St. Mary's. , 3.30: 2BL, Talk by Rev. George Mcleod. 4.15: 2CH, Biblcman Ses- sion. 4-30: 2BL, For Children. 6.5: 2SM, Sacred Heart Session. 6.30: 2FC, Hymn Singing, Presbyterian Chinch, Eastwood. 7.15: 2BL, Plain Christianity Father Ryan. 7.15: 2CH, Presby- terian. Haberfield. 8.0: 2SM, Father Freeman. Plays: 4.10: 2FC, "The New Boy," by Henry Schoenheimer (Prod. Robt. Montgomery). 8.0: 2GB, "Leah Kleschna," by C. M. S. McLellan (Brenda Dunrich). 8.0: 2UW, "A Legend is Bom," by James Shaw Grant (Max Osbiston, Georgie Ster- ling, John Cazabon). 9.15: 2BL, "The Man Born To Be King"-"The Heirs of the Kingdom." Talks: 8.15: 2UE, C. Honeyfield-Agri- culture. 10.5: 2BL, Vance Palmer -Book Review. 2.0: 2FC, Eric Rust-"My Weather Eye is Open." 3.45: 2SM, Camden Morrisb...

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Prayer In A Rail Car From Our New York Office [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Prayer In A Rail Car From Our New York Office "MEARLY every day at ?*. ' noon a religious service is held in a railway car at Grand Central terminal, in the heart of New York City. The meeting takes place in the dim light below the street level, while express trains race in. The ceremony is led by Ralston Young, a 52-year-old Negro porter. Thirly-five others who usually attend include business and advertising men, lawyers, physicians, and railway company officials. Both whites and Negroes are in the group. Young says there is no inten- tion io urge any particular religion. He first held prayer meetings on a waiting-room bench. About two years ago, permis- sion was given to use a coach. After brief initial prayer, the men assembled in the railway coach to discuss their problems; talk of brotherhood and Christian principles. No collection is taken up. After the meeting, the men return to their offices near the station. Young goes to an upper platform to continue his porter's I job. I<...

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BREAK COSTS SAILING WIN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

BREAK COSTS SAILING WIN A broken bumpkin cost Crusader first place in the Sydney Flying Squadron T. Conron Handicap on the harbour yesterday. I Rounding the final mark I for the spinnaker run home, Crusader was 35 'seconds ahead of scratch boat Myra. But when Crusader had spin- naker trouble, a crew member climbed out on the bumpkin to put it right. The bumpkin snapped off at its base and the for'ard hand fell into the water.' This delayed Crusader long enough for Myra to pass. The crew set a jury rigged spinnaker in Crusader and held on long enough to beat The Tiger for second place. Myra won the race by lm 23s from v Crusader, ' with' The Tiger 22s away in third place. Snapped Mast Earlier in the race Sylvia Chase' snapped her mast when in third place at Shark Island. The race commenced in a fresh east-nor'-cast breeze. Crusader, off the limit mark, soon took control, to lead at Bradley'» Head from Midstream. Off George's Head, Crusader led. The Tiger had moved into second place, ...

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Two Yachts Collide And Protest [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Two Yachts Collide And Protest -. When the, two six-metre yachts Toogooloowoo II (R. G. M. King) and Avenger (T. D. Stock) collided at the Point Piper mark yesterday, both skip- pers flew protest flags. The incident occurred on the run back from Manly after the yachts had featured in a thrilling duel with large masthead parachute spinnakers set. Toogooloowoo If, which had the inside berth at the mai k, was istruck a glancing blow on the Lithgow Girl Breaks 100 Yards Record MELBOURNE, Satur- day.-Marjorie Jackson, of Lithgow, equalled the Aus- tralian and broke tho Vic- torian women's 100 yarns record by 3-10 of a second to-day. She won easily in It seconds by two yards from Kay Coffey, with June Ramsay inches away third., There was a slight breeze, but it was announced that it was not sufficient to debar a record claim, which would be granted. counter by the other boat as she was rounding; the buoy. The races were sailed in a light to moderate north-east wind. In the No. 1 division ...

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RUGBY LEAGUE PRACTICE TIES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

RUGBY LEAGUE PRACTICETIES Saturday March *-South Sidney v Eastern Suburbs, 1 pm, Erskineville Oval Snndnj. March ? - St George v North Sjdncj, 1 pm Prince Edward Pirk Western Suburbs v Parramatta 10 a m , Merrilands Oval, Ralmain v Manly-War- ringah 1 pm, Gladesville Oval, New- town v Cant -Mankstown, I p m , Ers- kineville Oval Silurday, March 12.-Eastern Suburbs v Manl>-W.trringah, Erskineville Oval Sunday. March 13-Newtown v North Sydney, 1 p in , Erskineville Oval. South Sidney v St Gooree, Prince Edward Park Pirramitta v Cant -liankstown, Merrilands Oval, Ralmiin \ Western Suburbs Gladesville Sports Ground Suml.iv, March 20-Parrannlta v North Sidney, 1 p m , Merrylands Oval, South Sidnci "v Cant -Bnakstown, Red tern Oval St George s Western Sub- urbs Erskineville Ovni Bilmain v Tist crn Suburbs Gladesville Sports Ground 'Newtown v Manl¡-Warringah, Brookvale Ovil I

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GIRL UNLUCKY IN BROAD JUMP EVENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

GIRL UNLUCKY IN BROAD JUMP EVENT By PAT BORTHWICK Brilliant 14-year-old ath- lete Marlene Mathews yes terdayi was unlucky not to win the A Grade open broad jump Competing in the Angus and Coote Shield at the Sports Ground, Miss Mathews s (WS) final jump was measured at 17ft 91m It was, however, a foul jump and Anne Stalder (S S ) won with a leap of 16ft 9in Joyce Bradburn took second place with 16ft 8in, while Miss Mathews filled third place, with 16ft 5iin Running up for the take-off Miss Mathews misjudged the dis- tance and her toe was ¡hn over the board Last week she won the State sub-junior title with a jump of 16ft 10m Her performance yesterday in an open field was creditable An official yesterday said "Miss Mathews is one of our most promising juniors. We have great hopes for her." Knee Injury Olympic sprinter June Maston could not run yesterday because of a recurrence of her knee injury Miss Maston will have the split cartilage of her knee removed at St Vincent's Hospital on ...

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People, Parties, Weddings [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

People, Parties, Weddings MISSES Jill and Beth Camp- bell, of Darling Point, will , sail for England in the Orion from Melbourne on March 9. w * » ' fHE Deputy High Commis- sioner for Australia in London, Mr. Norman Mighell and Mrs. Mighell, who are visit' ing Sydney, will leave by air ? for Melbourne on March 5. They will sail for England in the Stratheden on March 22. * * * TV/TRS. RALPH DOYLE did not ?*.*.*- accompany her husband to New York when he left yesterday morning by B.C.P.A. Skymaster, but she went to Mascot' to say goodbye. Also at the airport were Mr. Doyle's son, Mr. "Buster" Doyle, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Lotherington. * » » MR. and Mrs. Lindsay Bell, of Bellevue Hill, witta their four children, Timothy, 'Philip, Gil liane, and Geoffrey, will leave in the Orcades in May for England and the Continent. Mr. and Mrs. Bell, with the two younger chil- dren, will return to Sydney in October, and Timothy and Philip will stay at school in Switzerland for two years. MISS SONI...

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Out and about WITH JUDY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

©4¿fóctC¿¿¿*0&amp; TTJ D DY NOTE to the clothes-conscious male: Don't think because Anthony Eden is Britain's best dressed man, that he isn't careful of his clothes. That lovely brown overcoat lined with fur bears the tailor's date "1922." ' *' + ? * ? F NOTICED that charming French couple, M. and Mme. Jacques Ballant doing a continental samba at Sammy Lee's the other night that makes the local variety look very gauche. Katrina's cocktail frock of shimmering brocade, high necked in front and with a low back, was another source of envy. * * * DILL and MEG BAYLY tell me ?*-* that that fascinating creature Sheila Hclpmann will be coming up from Melbourne to stay with them shortly. By the way did you know that Sheila is to play "Katherine" in the Stratford Players' "Taming of the Shrew?" We will be seeing brother Bobbie soon, too-in the British film "Red Shoes" which, from advance reports, has the balletomanes swooning. . . . DHILIP HOOD, B.O.A.C.'s * handsome chief, is the latest a...

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