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

r RICH-YET-MILD j makes a MEAL of a snack]____--~-ii ^ V NEW PROCESS a^Lecioiis * lactose . . . extra milk minerais. I Now, Velveeta is richer in food values S tiran ordinary cheese. Why? Because I precious Lactose (milk sugar), much milk I mineral and Vitamin B2 arc lost in I making ordinary cheese -run off in the I whey. But Velveeta puts them back - %t adds them to the oilier vitamins, protein, ;| calcium and phosphates you and your family need for perfect health. Tin's new process makes Velveeta spread like butter - in fact you don't need butter. Velveeta tastes better, and is belter tor you without butter.. Makes a delicious cheese sauce. Ask for rich-yet-mild Vel- veeta. Processed and pasteurized for purity. fS^lll, Velveeta |g^¡gl§¡'Ar aaa o** \ 'X^^-'**^ . . Made ibyiKBÁFT-^ KUI

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

Free Xmas Scenic Show-the Isl Elizabeth-Mow On! Bring the Children ... Monday to Friday. 9.15 a.m. to 4.55 p.m. Saturday from 8.40 a.m. to 11.35 a.m. v-1 i-' fr ri . Í - (. J, r^e íHv//e your inspection of our exciting range of thick, sumptuous WaU-to-Wall Carpeting. These patterns, have an V . entiiely new colourful beauty which '- - v will give your floors a new per . >f >i, 'sonality. The most famous ? Carpet Cleaning Service! ^^^S^^S^Sl^ 5573 Our efficient Shampoo Cleaning Process removes deeply ^sSmJ- ^T'}^^--'.-C'.''~-^¿^¡fA y^s¿¿ÉÍ0P¿L-®s ' ó é- -%3di?V^-¿2*5»* Vjfeá^S^^^ . nco YA Rn embedded grit and d.rt and gives your old carpets a new ¿Sti&í AH^^^jfc?^ lAKD life. Thebríginal freshness and beauty of patterns and l^^J^dS^f W flfA ^ ^ V «S^íátó5 ^*7t ^4 colours are amazingly restored. We call and deliver. --^^¿it» i- JâS^Àiii^^L'^'?^f^ï^w^M» y\ VÎT .£ <». v r^GBS? Simply dial M6506, Extension 239. '?^W^T V ~^tlPr /7*^W " ' f *^*^fCp^ fl^X ^ r*f ^ ' '...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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What Do They Mean When They Say: "She's Attractive!" My Kind Of A Woman [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

What Do They Mean When They Say: "SÄ«?'* Attractive!" AUDREY HEPBURN JACQUELINE AURIOL MARGOT FONTEYN MRS. NEVILLE DUKE LADY DOCKER FIONA CAMPBELL-WALTER My Kind Of A Woman By EILEEN ASCROFT makes an attractive woman? Beauty is * * not everything--a woman may have a beauti- ful face, but an empty head and an arid heart. That beauty is not enough is proved again and again by thc broken lives, health and marriages of Holly- wood. Recently Baron, the pho- tographer, and Milton Shul- man selected their top beau- ties of 1953. To my mind they were disappointing. Too many were monotonously beautiful. Too few had in- terest and charm. To-day I name my six . selections. They are not all beautiful. But they all pos- sess something less ephem- eral - courage, charm or personality. Margot Foiiteyn THERE IS SOMETHING very special about Margot Fonteyn. A sort of dedicat- ed look that you find in old religious paintings, very new mothers and saints. This sloe-eyed, dark-hajr ed prima-ballerina is...

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

SI'KCIAI. Ol I EH Gladioli 50 LARGE IIUI.BS INCLUDING! 5 Hine. 5 Orunce. 5 Red, 5 Yellow. 5 Pink. S Purple, 5 Apricot, 5 Smoky, 5 Sunset. 5 White. ALL FOR 20/ Chrysanthemums 12 dblc. Chrysanthemums .... 7/6 12 Easier Daisies, asst. .... 5/ 12 Bearded Iris, asst. I0/> 3 Recul Lilies .. 61 4 Ilippenstrunis . 10/. 4 Golden Arum Lilies . 61 6 Golden Glow . 5/ Kmtllu Add t'nnlnoe - Country Orders Welcome OPEN TO DAY. G. LUSTY OPEN TO DAY 116 Newbridge Road, Moorebank. N.S.W. I MANURE. SOILS AND TOPDRESSING,/ 'SAWN AND LOCAL FLAGSTONE, ROCK- ERY, GRAVEL. METAL, SAND, ETC.1 i Consull ! T. Et. POWELL 'LINDFIELD. telephone JM4778 or JM435S I BETTER FLOWERS, SENT ANYWHERE ENGLISH HARDY CARNATIONS, finest world value. 12 dill. £1 FRENCH PERPETUAL CARNATIONS, Named Gems, 12 dill. 12/ GLORIOUS FUCHSIAS, all cliff. 6 gems 16/-: 12 din. JO/ SCOTCH SHOW PENTSTEMONS, One colours, 12 dill. IS/ HYBRID GERANIUMS, New, from France, Special, 6 din. £1 PINK DELPHINIUM SYDELLA, charmine fuvourite. 2 for...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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[?]FIAT "1100" MOTORING SECTION ROAD TESTED [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

FIAT "1100M HOAD TESTED //ty s rr MÍ i min M n Mt, n.t:. The venerable Fiat Company has certainly come lo the fore with ¡ts new "1100" saloon. Few cars get as much performance out of a small engine as does this model. InPHE Fiat is of moder * ate size, very low in build, and wide enough to take four with seating to spare, 'and more passen- gers on occasion. Its engine is also of mod- est size (l.IOOc.c.) but it is so willing, and so perfectly geared in top, that it gives the car a remarkable maxi- mum speed, with a good lop gear performance, while re- taining commendable fuel economy. A small car which will re- cord an average speed of 45.3 m.p.h. over this moun- tainous route, and at thc same time cover 42 miles for every gallon of fuel, is worthy of commendation. The outstanding charac- teristics of the Fiat are.its riding and roadholding, in- cluding cornering. This is another example of a Con- tinental company giving a lesson to the rest of the world in "roadability." A feature ...

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

Delicate as evening mists, graceful as windswept clouds . . . choose from 20 glorious colors. \ Just arrived, scarce cloud-like Chiffon, specially imported for. Royal occasions ... for never-to-be-forgotten frocks that will float, cool as foam, across a summer dance floor. Yours in flame, smoke-blue, champagne, teal, lilac, ash-rose, lemon, almond, beige, shocking-pink, marigold, fuschia, sherry, corn- flower, silver, steel, sea-green, emerald, navy and black. All 44 inches wide. Yard.17/11 CHIFFON -HORDERN BROTHERS - FIRST FLOOR HORDERN BROTHERS - 203-7 PiH thru' to George Stree* -¿ Bl 2701

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

IN with the New Years of ease and leisure... (°UT w'tn tiie OM Years oj rub and scrub) Ho»vcrv Eltdii^ PoliiKer ihown here-£32/17/-. .Jcr»lWnjTíí»íei''£)/16/- extra, low down-poymtnl-eoiy monlhly Inn» .. this Xmas give her a * l] HOOVER POLISHER How THRILLED she'll be to have a magnificent new Hoover Electric Polisher-to do in minutes the jobs that take most of her morning now! Wood floors, linos, tiles, the Hoover gives a ballroom finish to them all. And feature after feature is included which no other electric polisher can match built-in headlight to point put unpolished spots, shap-o'ft lambswool pads to give a super-high gloss, and many more. Ask your Hoover retailer for a demonstration tomorrow. Give her a Hoover-she knows it's the Best N.S.W.Diitribuiors: DRYSDALE & SONS PTY. LIMITED u 59 Anzac Parade; kensington andíéS- Clarence Street, Sydney HP.36.A104 P.S. For Would-be Santas. The Hoover' is specially made to be used as a hand polisher, too, which means that you ca...

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REPORTED BY THE STEWARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

[itEJPfßHTEO HY THE STEWAttHs]\ GENERAL_The adjourned In- quiry into High - Law CB. Smith) falling just after straightening up for home and bringing down Bon Rouge (A. Mulley) in the Epsom Handicap at Randwick on October 3, was concluded. The stewards were satisfied it was accidentally caused through B. Smith trying to avoid the heels of Birdwood (V. FaRgotcr), which was rapidly losing ground. . TWO-YEAR-OLD PROMOTION STAKES.-After straightening up "for home Bay Monk (A. Ward) appeared to stumble. Questioned» A. Ward stated that it was caused through his mount sighting a bare patch. . In endeavouring to jump it he blundered. FIRST MAIDEN HANDICAP. -W.- Gamer, rider of Lazy Day, was questioned regarding his mount losing ground» at barrier risc. Gamer stated that Lazy Day was fractious and had to bc .push- ed into the stall and when there he laid back on to the back gate and at barrier rise was slow to move. . This was confirmed by the starter. SECOND MAIDEN HANDI- CAP.-The stewards a...

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AN OLYMPIC WEDDING Marjorie, Radiant Bride From A SPECIAL REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

AN OLYMPIC WEDDING MARJORIE JACKSON and her father push their way through the crowd of well wishers when they arrived at St. Paul's Church, Lithgow, yesterday. Marjorie, Rad tan t Bride From A SPECIAL REPORTER LITHGOW, Saturday.-^Marjorie Jackson, known through- ¿ out the world as the "Lithgow Flash," was married here to-day ¿ to Olympic cyclist, Peter Nelson. The bridal couple's romance started when each represented Australia at the Helsinki Olym- pic Games last year. A cheering crowd of hundreds braved a freezing wind and heavy rain to cheer the world champion athlete as she left her home in Methbin Street for the church. .. . The bride, charming and happy, said: "J am not nervous, or not' yet, anyway." Then she entered a friend's car and was taken to St. Paul's Church of England. ';. Details of her wedding gown had been kept a close' secret. " , It was a fully trained gówn'of white French silver-threaded lame, a wide V . neckline was softened by a ruffle of lace and a shawl colla...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REMANDED LONDON, Nov. 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

REM4JSDED LONDON, Nov. 6 LONDON, Nov. 6 (A.A. P.). - Film director Kenneth Edwin Hume waa remanded on bail for a week at Lymington ' (Southern England) on a charge of in- decent assault on a 14-year old boy. (Story, page 3) . 1-,_JA

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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COUNTRY DOG RESULTS [?] Bathurst [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

WINTRY DOG RESULTS rfiisST No. 2.-ANNI «5(5.1). 1; Patsy's f'Ttoe, 32.1s. ^4 waa SANDY ¥n !? Try Alone (6-1). ttíi o.!), 3. 1V4 [SÄ 31.3»- S"» ^nVICE FLYING. ."rrffi FLYING.-IRISH SK Court Boy (10-1). "jfe iMJ, 3. 2 len., 2 «SoT^a-z).1^ R v2; Ilford Boy ^ lei.Vi len. Time. 'S¿j Bon Secours, Small « HUDEN No. 2. iBAVOC (5-2 on), 1; SW W v), 2: Captain ¡jj, j 3 len., 3 len. .6 Str.: Woonona Belle. »ak Crem and Yellow fhrùt (8-1). 3. 2 len.. DB Ki l¡ Blonde Irish (5-1), i «¿tí (8-1). 3. ' 2 len., lilburn 0, jicafc-SCORCH l|A0E(4-S), l; Atomic Ray t Ssa's Biby (5-2), 3. i,5fl: 14/, 4/6. 9/3 Len., ft*, 28.6). Ser.i Rocker ICUJB,5IKITOS.-SMOKEY OH), Ii Lady Bellburn t Bilne's Dream (5-1), 3. tit, 13/. 2 len., len. feUB, 5Mjds.-AMANA î (MX li Pagan Pirate ml Princess West (5-2), il Divs.: 9/9, 2/6, 5/3. li Time. 28.3s. Scr.: aloe, Teravale. UH, 375yds. - BRATAIR I: Glider Girt (2-1). Zi- el Girt (10-1), 3. Di«.: Ill 14/. 3 len., IVi len. IIJi Sa.: Switch Gear, Muy. 1 CLUB, 5Wjds.-BLACK M, ...

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

Adelaide Ron at Cheltenham ILLEROO HANDICAP, Sf. ROMNEY RISE, 7-10 03. Watson), li KADINAsSTAR. 7-3 (P. Mallia). 2: ABRUPT, 6-12 (A. Morgan), 3. BETTING:' 13-8 ROMNEY KISE. 9- 2 Abrupt, 13-2 Jovial .Don, 8 Late Div, 10 Kadina Star, 12 Vin- tage Star, 16 Cuddling, 20 Everest Victory, 25 High Cinthia^ Fine Brandy, 33" Barclay, Coronator, 40 Carnival Jester, 50 Dais, 100 Kolarian. 'Divs.: Win, 13/; place, 6/6, 12/6, -7/. Vi head; 1V4 len. Timé, Im 1 3-5s. ÑARYLICO WELTER, lt. PITTONG, 8-3 (E. Watson), li COSTAR, 8-2 CW. Patching), 2; GREAT MASK, 8-7 CK. Jessup), 3. BETTING: 7-2 Beau Regis. 4 Costar, 5 Horizon, 8 Carysfort, 10 PITTONG-, Great Mark, Dol cetto, 12 Double Dink, Adjong, Queen, 16 Dctcmere," 33 Dark Milla, Lady Yampi. Divs.: Win, 60/i place, -19/6, 8/6, 16/6. Vi len., 1V4 len. Time, lm 27 2-5s. TALLALA TRIAL HANDICAP, amateur riders, 7f.-=GAY REVEL- LER, 10-10 CMr. M. Turner), 1; CHRISTMAS STAR, 10-2 (Mr. D. Bowyer), 2; ' HIGH CALLING, 10- 1 (Mr. K. Morley), 3. BETTING: 5-4 ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FELT & TEXTILES PASSES X-RAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

FELT & TEXTILES PASSES X-RAY j Sortie of us are now free to admit bluntly that Felt and Textiles was a stock we had regarded with uncertainty for many years. I (^\NE can say it openly ^-' now, because thc ner ! vousness is passing. Thc special statement issued with the accounts last week by the new chairman, Mr. R. J. Webster, after his X-ray examination, may bc a decisive event in Felts' history. The statement, which is reproduced as an advertise- ment on the next page, con- firms the rumours and ex- pectations of reorganisation. To be fair, one's scepti- cism about Felts in thc boom days, when it was sometimes hailed as one of the industrial "leaders" and priced to yield only 4.8 per ¡ cent., was only of a vague kind. i One had, first, a feeling that the company had grown , too quickly and was rather I shapeless. Mr. Webster, in his tactful way, admitted as much on Wednesday. He said the Felts group "had developed very rapidly over a compara- tively short period, rather th...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINANCIAL REVIEW Some Hints About Investments By THE FINANCIAL EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

FINANCIAL REVIEW Some Hints About --- Investments By THE FINANCIAL EDITOR CHRISTMAS is coining, the rights supplies are getting thin and will «radually cease altogether. rpHE order of disnj 1 ance will be follows: Geo. Fielders' rights lo be traded on Friday ' November 20; Australian Guarantee i wi)) cease on November 3< British Tobacco on Dc ber 7; and Bank of New South V on December 15. There was a harde lendency in all these ri las! week, and they are likely to slip back very from now on. Serious investors I already been invited to { sider this as a time of usual opportunity. To have all one's mo ¡ in slocks like the Wales i Tobacco might be the s j of a sluffy investment c i look. I But is is very reassur j lo have a sampling of si : stocks in thc saddlebag i j fore one goes adventuring ' »hen they have been bouj : a( such prices as the prese Wales rights at anythi less than £8 must be i carded as very good, anything less than £8/10 Ihey offer a return of mo (han 5 pe...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WAY I SET IT [?] GILBERT MANT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

THE WAY I SEE IT GILBERT MANT IT'S Remembrance Sunday today, but a large number of the younger generation won't know what they're to remember. Remembrance Day (November 11) com- memorates the men and women who died in a war that ended 35 years ago. Now it includes the victims of a second war that ended eight years ago. Two wars in 21 years are two wars too many. We remember the dead to-day, and wherever they are, they're probably remembering us and trying to tell us-Don't let it happen again. * * * Heart-warming One hears a lot about selfishness and greed       these days but here's a true story to warm the heart. After waiting years, a Sydney Army pensioner, his wife and seven children, were successful in getting a Housing Commission home. Last week a man offered them £150 cash as key money for the smaller house they were leaving. The money was badly needed but they turned it down and gave the house to a former 8th Division man, living with hi...

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

Warning On Spy "Ignored" CHICAGO, Satur- day (A.A.P.). - The U.S. Attorney Gcneral, Mr. Herbert Brownell, said yester- day the F.B.I, had told President Truman, in 1945, that the late Harry Dexter White, then Assistant Secre- tary of the Treasury, was a spy for the Soviet Union. Mr. Truman ignored the warning, Mr. Brownell said. He also claimed that the Senate was allowed to con- firm White for the more im- portant post of United States Executive Director in the International Monetary Fund without being informed of the F.B.I, reports. Important Posts Mr. Truman replied in Kansas City to-day that the Republicans were seeking "a headline" to offset their re- cent election losses in New i York and New Jersey. He added: "As soon as it was discovered White was not loyal he was fired." Mr. Brownell said two special F.B.I, reports on White were forwarded to Mr. Truman through his military aide, Brigadier-Gen- eral Harry Vaughan. While died of a heart at- tack in August. 1948. His name has ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARRUTHERS NOW TAUT NEARING PEAK [?] Look Of A 'Killer' [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

CARRUTHERS NOW TAUT M:AULX. PEAK . Look Of A 'Killer' World bantamweight champion Jimmy Carruthers has changed from a happy, normal young man, to a fighter ready for the "kill," over his last three weeks of training. The Carruthers who slapped the title-contender, Eappy Gault, on the back on the American's arrival here is now eager to crash a left on Gault's jaw. There has been a re- markable change in the champion's demeanour, more especially over the last week. When G ault arrived in Australia in the middle of last month, Carruthers was ready with his smile, relaxed and prepared to talk with anybody. Now, he has fined down and is trained to the finger- tips-every ounce of him is. concentrated on fitness for his title defence against Gault at the Sydney Sports Ground next Friday night. His face is now almost gaunt, while his limbs and body have been fined to such an extent that he is all bone, muscle and sinew. He has the look of a "killer" ready to back up his own words of two wee...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FINANCIAL REVIEW More Talk On Depreciation By The FINANCIAL EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

I FINANCIAL REVIEW j More Talk On Depreciation ! By Thc FINANCIAL EDITOR j DEPRECIATION of thc A,,8ira. lian pound has been stirred up as an item .of discussion in the "Financial Times," of Loudon, last week, and by a couple of statements in Melbourne. "XTONE of these rcfer ' onces has added any- thing very fresh to the de- bate, but they require some attention. The "Financial Times" comment was not of editorial character. It came from the paper's money-market col- umnist, "Lombard." Thc writer had to concede that there was nothing in Australia's overseas reserves, her export markets, or gen- eral financial position to warrant any consideration of devaluing thc pound. But he based his warning to British exporters-that they should demand forward cover in sterling as payment against shipments to Aus- tralia-on thc state of Aus- tralian costs. "Lombard" claims that "those in closest touch with Australian . affairs declare that devaluation is almost certain to bc a plank in the Labour P...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Royal Corgi On New County Seal Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Royal Corgi On New County Seal I Staff Correspondent LONDON, Satur- day.-A Royal Corgi, rampant, appears on this new seal for County Palatine, of Lancaster, which has just been completed by the Royal Mint in London. Palatine is the name fot a count having within a certain terri- tory a sovereign's jurisdiction, the observe side of the seal shows the Queen in uniform, mounted on police horse Winston, with one of her Corgis beside the horse's foreleg. Designer's Liberties ? The designer. Mr. E. Carter Preston, of Liverpool, said he had taken some lib- erties in the de- signs. Although the Queen was dressed as for the Trooping of the Colour.' she carried the sceptre in her right hand. The background is composed of rose bushes and the Lan- castrian badge, a crown on top of a rose, is shown.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] FEATURES [?] Last week the Royal household had completed six years' preparation TREMENDOUS for what Churchill calls a.. JOURNEY By A Special Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

? F E A T V lt Ii s * 1 Last week the Mioyal howtsehold had completed six years* preparation TREMENDOUS JOURNEY The Queen . and the Duke j are to travel | to New Zea- j land and Aus- j tralia in the j liner Gothic j (above) which j has been: specially pre- j pared. The Duke of Edinburgh, with the Queen, carrying flowers after a service in St. Pa u I ' s Cathedral. IF THE QUEEN and the Duke of Edinburgh were to ¡ j do everything during their forthcoming tour that their Ü i eager subjects would like them to do, they would probably ii i never leave Australia. A check on official and unofficial j! j plans for them last week showed meticulous, split-second li i schedules and a patient attention to detail reminiscent of ii j an army in the field. They also showed that the brief Royal jj i rest periods will be well earned." By A Special Correspondent »TVTOTHING like thi tremendous joui ! ney has ever been takei j in history," said th< j Prime Minister of Grea j Britain, Sir Wins...

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