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To-day's RADIO Programmes [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

To-day's RADIO 9.0: 2FC; Country Man's Ses- sion; 2BL, New Releases; 2GB. Hillbilly Hank; 2UW, Charlie Chuckles; 2CH, Sunday School ol the Air; UE, Service With - Smile; 2KY. Licht and Bright: 2SM. Mclodiana. 9.1 S: 2FC, Australian Record Album; 2UE, Melody Time; 2KY Music. 9.30: 2FC, Radio Service: 2I1L. Piano; 2GB. Musical Jewels; 2UIÎ, Voice of Prophecy: 2UW, These Old Shades; 2CH, Sunshine Hour; 2SM, Music. 10.0: 2I1L. Book Reviews; 2GB. Old Gardener; 2CH, Composer's Gallery: 2UE, Women in Sport: 2UW. Pick of the Hits: 2KY. Humour on Record. 10.15: 2FC, Strings: 2BL, Sym- phony Hour: 2GB. Report from London; 2UE. Melodics; 2KY. Banjo School. 10.30: 2GB. Divine Service. Lib- eral Catholic Church, St. Alban's. 10.45: 2FC, Meet thc Travellers; 2UE. Stardust; 2KY. Salute to Beauty; 2SM, Music. 11.0: 2FC, Magic ot Melody: 2BL, Service, St. Andrew's, Sum- mer Hill: 2UW, Shining Stars: 2CH. Salvation Army, Petersham: 2SM, High Mass; 2KY. Bright Mel- odics. 11.15: 2UE. Alt time Hits. 11...

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

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bigger, "Better" Plagues THE NATURE OF THINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Bigger, "Better 59 THE NATURE OF THINGS By "Kanangra" J N this gentle prelude to * summer, we may now be writing the first chap- ter of thc most notorious uprising of grasshoppers ever seen in this State. No other single species of insect in the whole zoologi- cal calendar (so far as I re- call) has hitherto menaced our economy and wellbeing with such force and width. After studying again most that our experts have writ- ten oh these humble crea- tures, I find myself posing thc question: Are we getting bigger and "better" plagues? If so, why? The most informative and reliable chronology of 'hop- per happenings in Australia -from as far back as 1844 up to as recently as 1937 -was drawn up by Dr. K. H. L. Key. of the C.S.I.R.O. Dr'. Key says, properly, that thc facts should be assessed with some caution. lt seems reasonable, never- theless, for us to assume that for the first 140-odd years, of white settlement hereJ there were nothing like the 'hopper plagues of the in- tensity we hav...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Photo-finish for thieves FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Photofinish for thieves FACT correspondent Two leen-age boys crept in the dark after midnight to the side of a tank truck in a New Milford, Connec- ticut, bulk petrol depot. .There was a sudden flash ef light, the blaring of a motor horn, and the boys fled. Later the same day Police Chief Andrew J, Nearing arrested Leon Birch, 19, and Robert Thompson, 18. He showed the boys a flashlight photograph of themselves, one with a can of petrol in his hand. Nearing had arranged the trap after Carl Lindstcdt complained of pclrol thefts from his tank trucks. A fine trip wire was run around a truck, one end be- ing fixed to the trigger of a flash camera. The other end of the wire was attached to a motor horn wired to a battery. The thieves took their own pictures, and, at the same time, warned police that the trap had been sprung. The reply was a fine ' FACT correspondent Licensee of the "Why Not?" pub at Windsor, Berk- shire, was fined for selling drinks after hours. ?

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Won Air Race FLEW 1,300 MILES THEN HAD TO TAKE A TAXI [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Won Air Race FLEW 1,300 MILES THEN HAD TO TAKE A TAXI QUEENSLAND pilot, Mrs. Hazel Roberts, who flew 1,300 miles from her sheep station home near Richmond, North Queensland, to Adelaide to win the women's air reliability trial, had to lake a two-hour taxi ride fron» Ballarat to see lier first Melbourne Cup. "I've never been this far south before and 1 was determined to see the Cup," said Mrs. Roberts, who, with her passengers of the trial, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Clifford, and Mr. J. Morton, was stopped at Ballarat by bad weather on the way home. A tall, sun-tanned Queens- lander, Mrs. Roberts and her husband have a 55,000 acre sheep station. Ennis Downs. She has two child- ren, Diane, ll, and Harry, 9. "They're air-minded, chil- dren, too," she said, "especi- ally my daughter who usu- ally asks if she can accom- pany me on flights. Both children like to help keep the planes clean." Besides the, Beechcraft which she flew in thc trial, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts also have a Proctor...

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

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

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REVIEWS OF LATEST FILMS FEATURES "Meet Me To-night" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

REVIEWS OF LATEST FILMS FEATURES »Meet_Me To-night" Sarcnnlays based on Ihree Jriiyi by Noel Coward; s i.iin riv Die J. Arihur (. H$!ock-All.m¡ dircclcd by tum, Felissier. "RED PEPPERS" ?u Walsh, as L»V fem ÎÎJ R0y . GcorRC Pepi &fa>n. .... Mjbcl Gr, Frank Fcllrnscll .. Mr. «lw' "FUMED OAK" stanley Holloway, as Henry G Belly Ann Davies .. Doris G N^Merrnll . Grand. "WAYS AND MEANS" Valerie H*»».",,, Car(wrI( Nisei Pairick .. Toby Carnvrif K Warner. Murdo S K. Landis . Oil Michael Trubshnwc .... Oin K Jerrold . Nan HERE are three shi comedies by N< Coward and, though in st; they still belong more to t stage than to the einen they make a crackling cnti tainmcnt, with cxper brittle dialogue often pir ponging at quite dazzli speed. Altogether, this tasteful photographed Tcchnicol show will impress many filmgoer as being mui superior to the Maugha "omnibus" films like "Qua let,'* even though this filrr concerns are much mo featherbrained and trivir One reason for th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Pianist Awaits A Verdict From Our London, Office[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

A Pianist Awaits A Verdict From Our London, Onice , ONE day soon Charles Kunz, one of Britain's great I cst and hes« loved light j pianists, will sit down al his piano. In his mind will bc a vital I question: "Has Hie old magic returned?" For in the last few months Kunz has been facing the worst tragedy that can befall a pianist, loss of the use of his hands. His left hand is nearly better, lt is capable of five finger exercises. But the right hand has not fully re- covered from the arthritis which nearly crippled him. For 20 years Charles Kunz has been celebrated throughout Britain for his music, on stage, radio and records. He plays popular medleys with a touch peculiarly his own. Early this year he was earning between £300 and £400 a week. Now thc American-bora artist is in hospital at Chep stow Monmou'hshire. Operation A few months ago he was attacked by arthritis, which caused his fingers to turn inwards. He underwent an operation. Surgical work on his lefl hand succeeded. By A...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEATURES Coward Adapts A Wilde Play From Our London Office MUSIC AND THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

A Wilde Play From Our London Office MUSIC AND THEATRE Noel Coward is working on a new theatrical ven- ture-a musical adaptation of the famous Oscar Wilde comedy. "Lady Windermere's Fan." THE finished product will not, however, be merely Oscar Wilde put to music. Coward is retaining as much of Wilde's dialogue as be can, but is also writing m's own "padding' to give a smooth :ixtur- cf Caward Wildc cnigrr and wit. . Another difference will be that the setting is not in Lady Winderm.,2's home. as".Vilde had it. lt is in London's Hyde Park. Noel Coward at work on the music now. and ac- cording to his friends it will be modert, jazz, but in the vein of "Bitter Sweet." "Lady 'Vind. . ..--'s Fan" will open in the next few months, i. a small building on the perimeter of the Lon- don theatre!, id. ii. Ham- mersmith. It is scheduled to run only a month and un l.js it becomes a "smash hit" it will ->ver reach the West It is beinc prodtifd on n shoestring budget, and Cow- ard is expected to...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bach's B Minor Mass Now On L.P. RECORDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

iiaeh %. MS Minor Mezss Now On JL.JR, RECORDS WHAT DOES a msn do when be knows himself better (linn his (¿Hows, yet gains only grudging recaní I i on and poor rewards-when he (iuds himself involved in constant petty quarrels -when frustration and his own unavailing syco- phancy have sickened his soul? Johann Sebastian Bach, facing this deep spiritual problem some 200 years ago, wrote the Mass in ¡3 Minor. DOOR Bach, in his innocence, was hoping to gain through this immense work princely favour and a fatter living. His hopes failed. But. now, we know that he cre- ated in this Mass the richest of all votive music, a blazing affirmation of faith to awe the centuries. A new issue of thc work on three Westminster LP records must be judged one of the most important in the whole field of recorded music, since it will allow millions of people to hear the Mass for the first time in the form in which it was planned (an opportunity which Bach himself never had). Although there is a fine perfor...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Hitler general now controls a big spy network FACT'S London News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

A Hitler general pow controls a big spy network FACT'S London News Bureau 1 One of Hitler's former generals now controls . a vast and powerful secret organisation in.Ger many, with ex-Nazi agents throughout the-world. East Germany's Interior . Ministry this week named . General Von Gehien as the . "directing genius" behind unrest in the Communist . run zone. Gehlen (pronounced Gale- , en) is a lifetime Russian hater, dedicated to the task bf destroying Russia or any other Power which threatens the supremacy of Germany , ia Europe. He is head of an Ameri- can-sponsored Intelligence 'organisation operating chiefly .from the West German ; capital, Bonn, and Munich. Ten years ago he was one ;©f Hitler's ablest staff gene "rals. .'" Honoured guest He had charge of a special ?ection which plotted Rus- tían military orders of battle ?nd strategic planning. . In 1945 he escaped from -the advancing Russians with the most important secret files of his anti-Soviet espion- age department. These...

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

¡OPEN A "SERVICE ACCOUNT" . NO DEPOSIT . NO INTEREST have Everything for Everybody.. We can clothe your whole family . . . provide furnishings for your home. We have an enormous range of imporleds (all the best known names) plus the pick of the Australian manufactures. What we've listed isn't all-just a selection. Whatever you want-come, see for yourself, Hordern Brothers are hound to have it . . . _j . GROUND FLOOR FIRST FLOOR Artificial flowers Sumptuous fabrics Art jewellery specially bought' for Art needlework the Royal Season Beach umbrellas Bathmats Belts Bedding Blouses . Bedspreads Bra & girdle bar ' Blankets ' . Buttons - . But'térîck & Vogue Cigarettes & tobacco Paper Patterns Cosmetics Cottons Fancywork Linens.. ) Gloves Nopery Haberdashery Pillowcases; ; . Handbags & baskets Sheets Hosiery & repairs Silks Instructions for knitting . Tablecloths' & needlework . Towels : Knitting wools Toys for, Xmas Laces Woollen fabrics; et...

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

THL Conservatorium Opera School's end-of thc-year production, Sme- tana's "The Bartered Bride." will open next Saturday. Mina Shelley will be the producer and Noel Nickson the conductor. The leading singers will include Joy Tasman. Barbara Wheatley. William Diamond and Michael Khlcntzos. ANTON DERMOTA, a tenor from the Vienna State Opera, will tour Aus- tralia next year and give 41) lieder recitals in various centres, according to in- formation received from the Austrian Legation in Can- berra. THE A.B.C. will again broadcast a series of recorded performances from this year's Bayreuth Wag- ner Festival. The first opera i will be "Tristan and Isolde" (broadcast from 2BL ncxi Tuesday at 8 p.m.). "Lohen- grin" will follow at 7.45 j p.m next Saturday OCHOLARSHIPS are being ofiered to the mern bers of the Federated Musii Clubs of Australia by th< N.S.W council of the fede ration Scholarships this year ar tor piano, 'cello, or an; wind instrument and ar worth £30 each. Entrant ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Sun-Herald Women's Section Arrived By Air From America [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

¿krrived Hiß Air From America, PAYING her second visit to Australia, MRS. VIC SEIXAS arrived in Sydney by air ]rom America yesterday with her husband, a member of the U.S. Davis Cun team Below: THE Ambassador for the United States, MR. AMOS PEASLEE (second from left) and MRS. PEASLEE (left) loelcome their son-in-law and daughter, MR and MRS WIL- LIAM STEWART DOUGALL, and grandchildren, LUCY ANNE. ROBIN and JONA- THAN, on their arrival by air from America yesterday. NEWLY-WED MRS. TONY TRABERT, wife of U.S. Davis Cup team member, on her arrival in Sydney yesterday from Honolulu, where she and her husband spent their eight-day honeymoon.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOOKS AND WRITERS Tolstoy [?] By His Daughter A review of "TOLSTOY, A LIFE OF MY FATHER," by Alexandra Tolstoy; Harper & Brothers, New York. From Our New York Office [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

._ BOOKS AND mil ri it <¿ Tolstoy - ISiß Bis Daughter A review of "TOLSTOY, A LIFE OF MY FATHER," by Alexandra Tolstoy; Harper & Brothers, New York. From Our New York Office ON THE NIGHT of June 17, 1884, a terrible quarrel raged between the great Russian novelist, Count Leo Tolstoy, anti bis wife Sophia. At last, unable lo restrain bimself, Tolstoy dashed out of tbc bouse. BUT remembering th; his wife was on tl verge of giving birth, h crept back remorsefully t his room, lay down, an tried to stem his tears. His wife came in softl and apologised, saying, "Foi give roc, the baby is coming perhaps I'll die." Then shi went upstairs, and the Toi síoys' twelfth child and thin dnughlcr, Alexandra, wa: born. She became her father'; personal secretary, and from her pen (she is the last sur- viving child of Tolstoy) has come "Tolstoy, A Life of My Fainer." Miss Tolstoy, 69, is now head of the Tolstoy Founda- tion, which helps refugees from Communism. She has lived in the ...

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

Hydrangea Time Is Nearly Here T f YDRANGEAS are now catching the eye. They are growing strongly and H well-behaved bushes are carrying a cover of wcll-(illcd flower heads with buds opening airead} . As usual, at this sea the talk turns io lure and that mostly i ceras watering and co variations. Only f growers and others ssnày soil need m manuring. The emphasis is on w which wc are told they ri in abundance. They do not. Hydrant need no more water tl most shrubs. Their na has nothing to do with wa bul refers to the shape seed-capsule (like a lit ? water-boat). People who pour wai relentlessly on o then, i un' overdose of soft sapi growth which won'' stai up to dry heat. So the vicious circle pe sists. When hy 'rangeas d need water, both at roo and sprayed overhead, when a hot blustering north westerly arrives. That wa you may save your year' work and bloom-display. Wi mostly grow these flush flowerer* in a south aspcci to save them from burning Southerly Aspect Also because they arc ...

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

My pansy patch is still blooming gaily. PANSIES HAYE BEEN PROLIFIC pANSIES are the prob ? lem pieces of many gardeners just now. They have been blooming gaily into near summer in spite ot searing .westerlies and odd hot spells. Their tenure has t;en aidec by those sporadic showers which just ceem to come .along in time to revive them. I have a border or two which keeps up a bril- liant show of "pansy-faces" and seems to plead for re- tention. lt is bard to part with them but phlox and petunias are calling. Weeks since I should, maybe, have pulled out thc "unwanted" and got on with soil preparation for the main summer show. Dahlias My dahlias are shooting vigorously. Some arc oui. others are clamouring. So much work and so many de- cisions to be made abi-Jt this tirr.e, often finds the best of us floundering. My poppies have gone; so have primulas, but., a few cinerarias hang on grimly in secluded spots. Pansies have hi. seed-heads sedulously removed, lt seems their time has come and...

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

Watch Your Tomatoes nPOMATOES should bc fed and mulched as soon *? as flowers set into small fruits. Over-much feeding before (hat often causes (lowers to fall. it is the nitrogenous feed- ing at this early stage which causes the upset. Feel your way. In a dry season like the present, a mulch of old manure should be put down earlier than usual to con- serve moisture. Once the? fruits form, tomato bushes must never want for water. Neither should the watering be spas- modic and irregular. Fruits which develop brown patches at the blos- som-end are victims of this uncertainty or moisture shortage. lt is not a disease, but a withdrawal of moisture from fruit to stems and leaves. The plant structure helps itself at expense of fruits. Tomatoes take progres- sively stronger feeding as fruit-clusters form and ex- pand, tl pays to dust or spray against pests and dis- ease with "all-purpose" mix- tures. Later, when fruit-fly be- comes active bagging of half grown clusters is advisable I'll di...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RED CROSS V.A. TEAMS IN FIRST-AID CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

RED CROSS V.A. TEAMS IN FIRST-AID CONTEST THE HONORARY Director of Red Cross V.A.D.'s in N.S.W., MRS. PERSIA PORTER, loith MISS JUDY HARLOR (Stanmore Detach- ment), and MISS JOAN MACARTHUR (Mount- batten Detachment) ARMED with splints, medicine chests, smelling salts, tumblers and strips of tubing (for liga- tures), 56 Red Cross Voluntary Aids went fo Vic- toria Barracks yesterday to contest thc Persia Porter Trophy. The trophy was won for the third time in succession by The City Central Detach- ment, with a team led by Sydney accountant, Miss Teddy McLennan, who has 13 first aid certificates. Other team members were Miss Val Rogers, Miss Norma Reeves, and a Sydney housewife and mother, Mrs. M. Baigent. Haberfield Detachment was second, and Stanmore and Mitchell Detachments tied for third place. In teams of four - 13 teams from Sydney detach- ments and one-from-New- castle Central-they worked on first-aid cases and answered first-aid questions, while thc judges kept a criti- cal eye...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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