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Film Shorts [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Filmn Shorts Judyl ;rtili?nd i?. "theia'iutioof?.t book orf poies; coiipile ed et\ een 'her: last .film,s assigh ent a'ntil.heri entryh iii'to MetrioGoldwyn Mayder's 'Aiid , Hairdy'. ees a li:Debiitante," w-ith Miic?key ooney . The'ioenl, ac coiding to arow clos fr ilenids tr !whom shi h's shows them, iare of ex ceptionlil `litdaryr merit aild (1e1t beiiutifully .andsincerelwiith the reactions of 16 ye-si 0 girl '.awal: enihg to tie world disoulid heit They plume .as Juidyt ~riefdirsd't let them 'ratheithenitrade oiher. scren fai n for the :booke sd's o s?i :/. Oei'- iof ':ftlm:osnid-t uinusuait l lan'? sets eve e erected ini Holly ood I1 lidscheduled toi mitlid t's?1i'pidtriiice' ini a setiuence of MIetio-Goldhwy-n Maver's newi stireainliiied', musical;: tTwo Girls onBroidwitals ' fey aturing Lana Tsr ineri-?&lt; .? J'on IBlondell. : ' ili. George MMurpihy;. The set,,which';"coh s 001O siuqitifeet'of floor spiace i se tiriely built :.on a tu.1ntable -'operted by eleitri;ety...
When Eddy Is On Tour [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
When Eddy Is On Tourl , ".A codipleo£f.policemenshiooede-*. S50' :high school girls away:froim. :.thdestage, dooi.; he Chicag o Civic, :pera;House ;2760iwomen, all6ofvwho'ni haid boughtt thdir ticlet atleas tj ltli bef Tliey Ihad come to , ihear blarltoiie; Nelson ',Eddy,' who is l.certainly 1the ifidnoibest' mann on. the U.S. concert st?ages:.ia d-w with rvidio d'id. cinemii ea rniings, .iprobably the ibestW paid : (a ieported(.£150,000 a year). Mr. Eddy, with muchflasshing-.of strong; white teeth; muchglancing:'of roguish eyes; sang hisf aidlence into rapture..Few ciared e wh'eerlhisve^l^ vety, . 'beautifully* cbtrollediiei' voice , moulded a phrase withf:real 'musician ship-as it ofteii-ilidi-i-oi ttiWneii-:a cheap song fihtI .Hbollywood p.roidic Liona's it ifii'die oft'ie dididWheii tho: bou ilding; of fe .mniiie palm on pialhi had' at lasat .subsided,'S?i.r .Eddy' slip-;'. p-edl' a`ay* thro*ugh'- a'-.secret *exit.'c,At 'is 'hiotel lie ih'd ii'o ide;tllda'f"im.do the elevator,- ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
SENTERTAINMENITS . . . . . .. . . , . . ''? NEXT FRIDAY S Wa'lter \Wnger pre:sents / GEORGE RAFT .and JOAN BENNETT in "THE HOUS ACROSS THE V . /, with I.LOYI) NOLAN G(LAIDJYS(,EOGIIEi ti &lt;xsucino Attrk1n(imon G ULUR luia's Miusical to mncc, Sx U Y : MUSIC IN 1Y T. EA ;.TR.E:.i: . HEART" pillo S i ?u?n Si' tNrw ,Song Sensati ns. WAVTE" OF ITTIITH AND - bIELODY HURRY! LAST 'WODAYS . The most daring; exposure -ever, filmed, "THE GRAPES OF WRATH" TI greatest novel of our tune, prsecled holeidstl and fearlessly. Si'loring Hteotiy londa..hiti o I arQ ie l l ,Jhil ('rrarlitii , SChlyi Graipewit (Not nuitbit] for (General Exhibition) DANCING -" LD? N'S Classes Sat. Mlorl ig, O. at Reg ut ,lub /001 p ). PT vnte l!ejo 1spiY d m)int met. C sses rv rýl'}geme | BARIARA MORTON, 82 llfford St.' Telephone 407. ARCTIC 4NTICS APEX BALL MAS ,WE H?tVI YODUR SUPI'O T? 1jý ERN and Old Time DancinOl to t e famous "Parry's" 1il0 ein flail Be Band. Neu andd splectac lar sno~ scene decolla.tions. ...
HOYTS RITZ "House Across The Bay," Friday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
HOYTS RITZ "House Across The Bay; " Friday:: Time was, in the . ot too :dim.past, when ,a ,motion . pictuiie,..tctress was sinply; an actress a'indl:the~iublic lets: it goi at that. Her jobl was, liaiiily, to: look. coy and1. sweet or hurt :a. the occasion .demanded, and:little was ex pected :of her sso long: as it :seenied plausible when: thefinilly got:her tmain. T.Thosee w thre t gdol(l days wVhen the monvies;ill twere sileit 3ut whefl thblie, talkies: tooli? coimaiint they forced suhhi a change that. beingt al filh star to-day in olvpe all t?? lire blemss of:running ttree-ring civcs ITheaverage aqdess in a imodern spictuire I i sn'iuch thei 'snae si:tiiua tion .asn Joan 13enn ctti:o-starred with . George .Raft in Wailtcr i Wigrs "The IHouselAcroIss theBay, coming to".Hoyts Rlitz, on. "Fridny?; Mi ss-n Betn' intt; for Inst,tnc not oily?acts: ii .thie; film both -, comtedyt:iiil :, : damatic scenes, 'but al.ffissig e dances- and tlmuat -accomplisl th i':l'tter: with 'theiablityi o...
Men In Grievous Plight Heavy News Still To Come, Says Churchill [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Men n Grievous Plig ht Heavy News Still To Come, Says Churchill LONDON, Tuesday: "The surrender of the Belgian Army in this manner appreciably adds to the grievous plight of the British troops, but our men are in gooi heart and are fighting to their utmost." These were the words of the Prime Minister, Mr. Churchill, when he rose in the House of Commons, amid loud cheers, to explain the capitulation of Kn'g Leopold. He told how the King hal sent a plenipotentiary to the German High Command, askin, for a cessation of arms on the Belgian front. (Cries of 'S:i me!') "The Germans," he went cn, "had accepted the Belgian proposals and the Belgian Arm/ ceased to resist at 4 a.m. "I have no intention of suggesting that we attempt to pass judtgment upon King Leopol:'s action," said Mr. Churchill. "lThe Belgian Govern ment has dissociated' itselfi froni the King's act;hiid declared itself to libe the only lega i G O er!lment of Bel gium. "The situation is a at' tiie'Britilis and French Armiesn...
The Swiss Family Robinson World Classic Becomes Motion Picture [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
The Swiss Family Robinson World Classic Becomes Motion Picture . S:ecind'only to the Bible in world selling literature, and first in the field of popular fiction, "The Swiss Family Rob inson -'i a natural choice for the miking of a motion picture. :. r ,-,.--i;,.-?: - !··,,,, · .:,,: .. . . . . .. . Whlieiin;biiann: Pavid Wyss; noted Swiss *it''tibioiwrb ted ''Swiss'Fanilnl Robilnsboii.,l?lj between, the years' 1812 lad . 1813'i:t' was Ninot with' the. de finite idea ithat it:should be accepted is a populalstori sl'ie;w'rte it to :nmuse, .his1children .So; strongly( did the spirit' ot aveintu're pervade 'tihe simple. talel.however, that in a. very, short spiace. of i 'e '"Swiss -1dan.is Robinsoih'l wa'. .acc.lited (as fislinly literature; aid das such it has con-' tinued througght.id yb?lirs, to-day tak, ing its place..,anmol6n, ithose boolks which every cbild .lia srea d:and :ihichl every adult has, readl as a child.i: :,;; it is a far. cry. from 1il 121l to 1'f4 0, but the movie, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
'"The Corner" Present-s Seaso ale Ladies'S Shoes Foar Your Approval Shoes that y can ,ear v'?th confidence because of their strong welted soles; Shoes that you can wear with ride be cause of their smartness; Shoes that you can wear ith com fort because f the perfect fit ihe'y "assure, and Sho that are exceedingly' ood value at to-day's ruling prices. BLACK CALF RBYS with comfortable I w leather heels and genuine w?lted soles. Made more distinc ive by a neat punched toeca . Also in Brown. . 27/6 Pruce... .7 BOX CALF G ILLIES In Black or Brown, with genu ine welted soles nd leather heels. Smart pu ch:ng on vamps. These Sh es are par ' ticularly good valu 22 Priced at .... Here's a Shoe Smart LIGHTLY PU CHED 'PIGSKI with leather heels. t is finished off with attractive awn square eyelets, and availa le in Brown " and Navy. Full .pd 35/ half sizes. Pair . . . Somerh'ng Diffe ent in BROWN SUEDE d CALF HOOK TI They have genuine elted soles i and leather heels. Th se Shoes are also obtaina...
ALL IN ONE FILM [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
ALL IN Tih witowtv.. I inei, rer; tlarlin Johnsoni; i csicirryin'r ol.;ir 'Yeati's of travel wi th bhi il 'strl geCoun lies of the weorld- havele herwith an unnfaiilit g .waiderlust ant? ? Osia Johnsonn is pl tnliaingfanotherjJngle In the nianthnno, at,, Oolumbhi Sturlios, the pctiiiisedit 27 ers, of juniigle adventurest:qiienibals and witld a?.lliidls blin?! re=",edited to pirovldo scenes for ,? nie stirring noionolt , picturdeof.:OsL?"?so in'soins life, ' Married Ad?ven Iiri deailliig with the thrilling lighlighllts of.her career. of exploration> wtithIt'i.°iili e hiband. 'I Married Adventrli 'iwill: .cover cruises, expdilislionl ndl sai'faris con itucted in the Southi'Seais IB?ineo itild Africa. In 'all,,tli he filliie illt review 1: d angrous elpeditiotns and; six trips arounitnitho worlhi...?:. . .. - ,It l ; d ireoa'iled that :Martli: Johllson ,tiwaskillet t I.i: ii ei.7iline ciash' ini 1'137' . ý
Making Motion Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Making Motion .:.. Pictures ,It was' not fire, famine or any other major `catastrophe that placed anl entlie motion picture company in a' state of near collapse. It was just' a series of mishaps, minor 'in them selves, bhut occurring in sich bewilil ering profusion as to have the entire conmpany wondering wmhether?it was all. worth 'while, anyway., ' At 8 o'clock on .the day, linownl oni the Walter Waniger lot :as:'itlie day. we very nearly didn't photographl any. dogs" they were setting the' lights for. a scene in "'The. House Across tiid' Bay, " which' co-stars Joan Belinnett anld George Raft. The ; sequence sliows Miss, Bennett, in froiit. ofn a chorus line, doling 'a rhiuiiib' ?ind singinig a song called. "Chila Chliihua.. hua." In' this iniiibei slie::carlrie unider hlerx arnm, straigely" "enougli, a chihualiud: 3But thlie cute little ,cali bage-eaired, pop-eOyed cross betwieen, a rabbit anid a. pacllratl got hmusicu: frfgnht all at once aind skitterled aboht. so much that the ...
WORLD'S BEST CEMENT Young Industry Makes Great Progress [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
WORLD'S BEST CEMENT" Young Industry Makes Great Progress (By E. C. Sommerlad, C.B.E., M.L.C.) .W:ith our seductive highways speedways by comparison with the. roads,of yesteryear-our capaciou. wheat silos, our ..skyscrapers ,.of . conciete and, steel, .and .all the multitidinous .things." we mould -; fronm cement,e it is hard to realise that the first plant for. the, mak .ing ' of this .modern' building -material'was erected in Aus tralia:only \half-a-century ago.. It is hlarder still to ;?ppreciiit .that' the -first .patent coverinig the imanu facture of icemient was taken out' in England: less tlhn 120 years..back;.. SMeantime. a revolution in" biilding constiuction -has taken ilice, giving this State ini the process .one of its 'inost.iipoi?'nit decelitralisetddindtus tries ' '. Contrary to the general imlpression, cemeilt as we knidw iit is a compara tively niodern - utility. The ancient Romans mIadeo concrete 0 p -'i :a kiili ai"il .'lsed it, either ais ta buildinig mitetrial I ...
Broadcasting Programmes FOR TO-NIGHT. 2FC [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
3ro®?ccasting Programmes FOR TO.NIGHT. 2FC C1s:i Dinner Slusic. 7.0: New,. 7.15: iEnlarcts dof'G ermlan Short Wa?o'e Propit ;an)u" 7.80: Natlollil SiStltory. 'Ilad. 7.5i: A Tal, 1y Front Clune. 8(.: A.l.C. LIght Olp'er: Cloompani. 5 0.10: , A " 100)dlo Comedy tl'lIny. 9.::): Newt. 10.01: Varlety. 10.:lO: C:" lnberr - :-:o lllnlOte ilttry. 11.10: Newso. .11.50: Slellitltloi .hSlsie:.- 11,5(1: New\ . 15".0:. Clode. , , .. 21L " ' H ' ', 0.0: D..l.:. News.. i.1-l: Splorting Se?s i(ll. 7.0:- 1oinner S'i.sie. 7.80: ''h( A Lfter Dinner" SIlow. 7.-I:: (Iton . allt .Nonsense \with 'lloy lenlle. S.O: ''ravelogu, e.. .401: Honoolulu.. 1.15: TIhl : Stiortolsin.e1'" 0lU)l't. 4.:10: N.S.\\'.: 0ottish 1 Ilegnoient 1:1011. "'10.0: . Itecortledl Feature. 10.50: Close; ": STATION- 2GN GOULBURN "TO-NIGHT 1.115: "Tllhe Smile 'Clllt" eseslon, 'on :ltcted ty;, :Auntle. ol." 1 .. 0.11:: .1.11.1. New". ii. 10:" )lnleer Sluoe.. 0i.10: I:'l?lope Aldeln." 0."15: "Vesr \hut!"' 71.0: "Rite01" Scrleen New. 7.:1...
NEWSPRINT RATIONING Smaller Papers Will Be Rule [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
NEWSPRINT RATIONING Smaller Papers Will Be Rule CANBERRA, _*Wedigsday The Minister ,for .Traide. and.' Customs,, Oenator McLei:ay 'announced. yester .lay ; the ;Coiniiwivealth 'Govern :.on tds d ecisioni·lol.'inhe'i'ir t ration ing for daiily; Sundahi ,'i'eekly and .eriodlicarl:;upbli:"tl'n'ii ons ;?-. . The. ipercedntaje?ie ct lohs;,'which iRill;be applied from aJsly.'s: re:' SDaly. papers: Provinc1 n l: papers, 54'pages an ui uner aweek,, exempt' provincial papers,'eceedi ng24, pages Indsul t '48 pages: ;i week ' 16 2-3 ier cent;., Int;ereiate papers ex jeeding ' 8 pages'!iin?l;u :ts 7,2i pages 1 wvek 25: 'pei cediit . lat'i'g papers; .6sceeding" 72 kOpa seo'c ve'ehol . per centn S2unday' paers ipnrdi cen t; ,32pages, "2pder 'cent;,exceedig e'and uipton48 pagiso .80prce3 exceedliing ~ti:4'8pages;-:35:;?prcent; : :,;Wie'ekly:p;ipapersB - Ciontalining;:.. 10 psi,'esB.Ho'r ..underi o2; per '.cent, -ex odins g 10soduii p~i~ ^toJ: 28 pae00 -30 '.per et 'ce e .''ii t72 82 pages,: 35 " S...
NEW FILM SONG HIT [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
NEW FILM SONG HIT The new song, hit, "My Son, My ion," dedicated to" Edward Small's iroduction of ?the hin?r 'naile,. has Become a nation-wite, favourite opt he radio aiid with dtince orchestras n America. Though not featured in :he filli, the song was written by L. 'Volfe Gilbert and Lew Pnollack 'as a tribute to the finest dramatic pre ,ellnation over tirod uced by Edward 'nlmall.
APPLES AND PEARS State Conference Called [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
APPLES AND: PEARS State : Cnference: Calle SY?ifl~ Wednes?:day: 'rho Milnis 'elotot Agricilltulre, rlr. Reill1,i lias de oidqdlto-call~ 'al co nfolellee 'of apple. iuldnlear. igcgwors , to confidr . W11li actilin ,shouldd be, taken to regulate thlo 'lmrleti?ing -of apples and .pears' durllggthie l1940-41.'season. i 'hlie conference will 'be held at the Department .ot 'Agriculturo on June '4'next. Mr.. Reid said that distric. Aesqciations of apple and pear grow ers,.should 'tnticipate ,receiving all Invitation .to. nominate representa-. tives, and should, therefore, hold their meetings and elect their dele gates to the conference. 1Zepresutationll at tile confelr?!ce will' be on an acreage basis, as foi lows:: One 1 represeltatlive from .dis tricts. -where the area undllr appllell and pear's does not exceed 1500 acres, two representatives where the e arc does Ilote::cceld 3000 acres, and three representatives from districts where the area exceeds ":000 acres. 'hile roliferellce wsill...
CROOKWELL HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
CROOKWELL HOSPITAL CROOKIWELL: Admissions' to anild discharges from the Crookwell Dis trlct Hospital (during last week were as follow: Admissionsi. Mrs. .E. 1rritei, .Binilit; Mr. N. Alchin, 'Crobkwell; Miss I. Braldbury. Crookwell; Miss 0. Drown. !ow, Crookwell; Mrs. R. Carey. Crook well; Mrs. S. Clarke, Laggan; IMr. J. R. Collins, Tuena; IMr. T. Larkin, Bui rowa; MIr. MI. Woods, Laggan. Discharges:. Mrs. R. Carey, Crook. Approximately 13 tons of sea mul let have been dispatched from Bal lina fish depot for Sydney and Bris bane markets luring the past two weeks. One of the largest hauls for olme time was made at East Bal-' lina in one afternoon, when a num ber o.f professional fishermen netted t(early 12.000 lb. of fish. well; Mr. M. \Voods. Laggan; Ml. J. Brownlow Billda'; Mrs. J. T. Dunn, Laggan; Mr. T., Larkin, Burrows: Mrs. F. H. Kelly, Narrawa; Mrs. M. Mllurray, Laggan n.
FROM REBECCA [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
FROM REBECCAk Two of the important featured players are shown in this scene from "Rebecca," with Joan Fontaine. George Sand ers. 'a star in his own right, plays the role of Jack Favell, and Judith Anderson, one of the. most popular players of the New York stage portrays the sinister Mrs. Danvers., .. .. D n ,. ..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Younger set dores this powder harmosan face powder from Paris is adored by the younger set for the t rlling things it does. This exquisite powder has all the c lic, suavity, cunningness andi mart ess of Paris . it stays n and n longer and lets the young eople et about their business s ithotlt verlastingly digging out tlle, pow er pads . . and its gorgeo:t frag ance . . the loveliest p rfume i??'aetl by the flowers of Fr' ce.. Charmosan face powder is chosen , tLe tunil touch of lovell ss.,for ns and tens of thousands p lreci us complexions. It gives instant charm *t your in, no matter how plain it ay be r what your age . .. no \nder a illion women use it an0d. ing' its raises. .Charmosan face powde All shatles and sunt n. Big touble size box 2/6. Sold ev rywhere SClemists, tdrapers andl st res. Skin lines Yop know that there's nothing It e massage for toning ul 0nd re f shing the skin and muscl , especi a y massage with the famous C armosan cold cream. Massage b ps considerably, too...