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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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Taking the BANG out of the sound barrier FACT'S London News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Taking the BANG out of the sound barrier FACT'S London News Bureau SINISTER bangs heard as aircraft exceed the speed of sound are causing uneasiness. People are wonder- ing whether, as planes go faster and faster, bangs will: . Injure eardrums and damage property. . Be developed as a weapon, with fighter .pilots aiming destructive sound- waves like rockets. Already pilots diving at supersonic speed send down sound-waves which rattle airfield hangars. Speed displaces sound-waves Rolls RoyCe project de- signer John Britt says sound and other vibrations nor- mally travel through the at- mosphere about 1,120ft a second at sea level. Imagine an aircraft sta- tionary in the sky giving out sounds at one-second inter- vals. These sounds travel out wc. i in all directions like ripples (see Fig. 1, near top of page). Flying from point A to point B during the life of the first (outer) ripple, the plane squeezes the other ripples (Fig. 2). As the aircraft approaches the speed of sound (760 m.p....

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

Peer In ; Court, Remanded LONDON, Sat. (A.A.P.). -Lord Montagu of Bcáu lieu, 27-year-old bachelor peer, to-day was remanded for a week on his own bail of £500 on a charge of having committed a seri- ous offence with a young maíe person on August 3. He appeared at a special I sitting of the Magistrates* Court at Lymington (South- ern England) a few hoiirs after he had voluntarily re- turned from France. The magistrates had issued a warrant last month for his arrest. Police officers met him at - London airport this morn- ing and drove him by car 90 miles to Lymington. When the police car ar- rived there was some boo- ing from -a crowd of about 250 which had gathered out- side the courtroom-a few miles from Lord Montagu's stately home. tn reply to the charge. Lord Montagu was alleged to have told a detective: "1 am innocent, as I told you before." i A second man for whom ! the Lymington Magistrates I had issued a warrant, Ken- neth Edwin Harold Hume, 27-year-old film director, I also a...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Professors Talk, While Go D[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Professors TViIIr. While ! Top left: PROFESSOR P. D. F. MURRAY, professor of zoology, and MR. P. D. MUN BY (University of Technology) at the party given last night by Professor and Mrs. Murray at their home in Vaucluse in honour.of Dr. Julian Huxley. Above: PROFESSOR of Moral and. Political Philo- sophy at Sydney University, PROFESSOR A K. STOUT, listens intently to PROFESSOR JULIAN HUXLEY, who is the guest of the Murrays during his stay in Sydney. Right: MISS BEVERLEY GEDDES (Homebush) and DR. JOHN GREENAWAY (Killara) at the R.P.A. Graduation Ball which was held at Prince's during the week. Miss Geddes, ioho was ivear ing a. purple dress of pure silk shot organza with a deep mauve mother-ot-pearl necklace, was one oj the 70 senior fourth year nurses in whose honour the ball was given by the junior fourth year nurses. MISS LEONIE MITCHELL (Neioport) and MR. BRUCE TROTTER (Narra- been) dance through the arch made by MISS GLENDA BUTLER (New- port) and MR JOHN BRICKNELL (Eastwood) af t...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Radio Stir On Birth Recording [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

¡Radio Stir On Birth Recording From Our Staff Correspondent LONDON, Saturday.-Tlie Aus traliau Broadcasting Commission may have to make a decision whether a tape recording of the actual birth of a child is loo realistic for Australian listeners. British hospital authorities said that the recording could ease the minds of expectant mothers all over the world. '"he recording, which > was made by the British Broadcasting Corporation, ' has caused a . 'ir through- out Britain. lt is s bedside story, dra maie..-i»l!> conveyed, ot a child's birth, from the deep breathing of the mother to the first whimpering cries of the newborn child. So tar the broadcast has been heard only tn the Far East, (vom Japan to Ceylon, as part of the series "London Calling Asia." B.B.C chiefs are dickering about putting on the broad- cast for British listeners. Mothers Queried The B.B.C. is considering also whether to make trans- criptions for overseas. If they decide to do so. a copy will be flown to Au...

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

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BEAUTY-QUEEN BRIDE OF U.S. TENNIS STAR HERE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

BEAUTY-QUEEN BRIDE OF US. TENNIS STAR HERE A BRIDE, whose wedding was featured in "Life" .rv magazine, flew in to Sydney yesterday. She is Mrs. Tony Trabert, wife of the American Davis Cup player, a former model and beauty queen who mar- ried thc tennis star on Octo- ber 26 after a whirlwind courtship. They flew to Sydney straight from Honolulu, where they have spent an eight days' honeymoon. In thc same aircraft, but direct from San Francisco, came Tony Trabert's Davis Cup team-mate and captain, Vic Seixas and his wife. "Miss Ulah" Twenty-three-year old Mrs. Trabert, who was chosen as Miss Utah in the Miss Universe contest at Long Beach, California, met her husband five months ago. "It was at a tennis tourn- ament at Salt Lake City," she said. "1 was acting as an usherette, and Tony was on a week-end leave pass from the Navy. "I don't know if it was love at first sight, but it was rather quick. "Wc became engaged in August, and were married on October 26." It was a big wedding, wit...

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Grasshoppers Came To Town In Box [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Grasshoppers Came To Town In Box APORTION of «ic {.rent grasshopper plague came to Sydney during thc week and caused consternation when thc insects flew out nt Mascot airport. The grasshoppers travelled in a large cardboard box clutched by five-year-old Char- mian Smith who ar- rived from Nevertire. She had collected the grasshoppers at Dubbo airport on thc way to town. Charmian came to Sydney with her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Smith, to watch lier 12-ycar-old sister bc flowergirl at the wedding of her aunt, Miss Moya Quig ley and Dr. Kevin Priddis, which took place at St. John's Chapel at the Univer- sity yesterday.

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

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Wonder Cure Helps Fairglo [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

WoMer Cure Helps Fairglo RAY CASHMAN Fairglo, winner of the First Maiden Han- dicap at Rosehill, yes-, - terda^, broke down so -hopelessly early last season that his connec- tions believed he would never ! race again. Yesterday he beat Nirobi by half a head with First Again three quarters of a length away in third place. Fairglo is trained at Newcastle by Ray Cashman. Shortly after the colt ran third to Seacraft and Briton in a Rand- wick race last Decem- ber, he injured his knee and was put out of training. It was decided that his short racing career had finished, but due to sound- veterinary- advice and treatment over a period of seven . months, Fairglo's in- jury : was completely cured.

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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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Custodian In Korea Stand By Swiss In Korea [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Custodian In Korea Korean (nice cus- todian, ' Indian Col- onel Ujjal Singh, has good reason (o frown. His unit iias the job of guarding 22,400 Communist ex prisoners of war who di not wa .t to go back behind the Iron Curtain. j Stand By Swiss In Korea NEW YORK, Saturday (A.A.1\).-Thc Swiss rep- resentative to-day threat- ened to quit the Repatria- tion Commission in Korea unless the Communists stop harassing anti-Com- munist Chinese and North Korean prisoners at pro- longed interviews. The Indian chairman of the commission, Lieutenant General K. S. Thimayya, indirectly warned the Com- munists yesterday to change their tactics or face suspen- sion of the interviews on Monday. The representatives of Sweden backed the Ssviss protest to-day, but did not threaten to withdraw. Change Expected Observers believe that the Swiss will force changes in the rules, with support from the Swedes and Indians. Major-General Jan Stcn strom (Sweden) said, how- ever: "1 hold little hope for the explana...

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Convoy In Mock Warfare [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Convoy In Mock Warfare It has been a hectic week-end for the crews of the Royal Navy submarines Tactician and Telemachus, operating in Navy-Air exercises off the southern coast of New South Wales. Both submarines have been "sunk" once, and late yesterday a "probable .till" was claimed. After a kill, thc sub- marines have to dive and stay below surface for a period. Then they are given a new life. Lined-lip against them Tactician and Telemachus have eight ships of the Australian Navy, in a con- voy, supported by R.A.N. and R.A.A.F. planes. Thc aircraft-carrier. Ven- geance, has No. 808 Sea Fury Fighter Squadron and No. 817 Firefly Anti-sub- marine Squadron, on board.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]ET TRACK AID [?]O GALLANT ROB Cup Start Plan [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

[VET TRACK AID tO GALLANT ROB Cup Start Plan MELBOURNE, Saturday.-Owner-trainer-breeder George Clarke's success with Gallant Rob in the final Handicap at Flemington to-day led to an immediate decision to start the horse in next Saturday's Williams- town Cup. GalalntRob, revelling in : heavy going, ran on tingly to beat Redden d Gallant Hussar. Gallant Rob was the first w bred by Mr. Clarke, o breeds, trains and races > thoroughbreds as a Be bought the mare, Lois, 4»ghter of Gene Tout I.JÍD N.S.W. as a stud pro tira, and sent ber to the Bctbred horse, Maribou. Ile issue was Gallant J, WM was a good winner U le was taken to Syd f to contest the Epsom T»P in 1951. fe suffered a bump in ?jg when the favourite Cavalier, broke ^and as a result was ^ lo a long spell. ^ wentform of Gallant » rad been impressive "f to warrant attention «KM rt was not good to attract those who ?.m*ng the market at Wngton. lîagers ^.backed several S** Preference to £.V»Ws teing made WfWrtte at 5-2. g palian...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Seagulls Take Over Race Track [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Seagulls Take Over Race Track MELBOURNE, Satur day. - Seagulls invaded Flemington racecourse for the final day of the V.R.C. spring carnival to- day-and the crowd was the smallest for many years. More than 200 seagulls were in a group near the straight entrance, f Rain fell almost continu- ously after a wet night and morning, and many enthusi- asts claimed the meeting should have been post- poned. However, the V.R.C. chairman, Sir Chester Mani- fold, said: 'The stewards re- ported that the track was safe; so we decided to race. "We will lose heavily over the meeting." Bookmakers, who usually get to work early,(found there were few punters, and as a result the odds offered ' were more generous than usual. Seagulls nestled on the course proper, and when the first race, the Batman Stakes, was being run they'remained there until the horses came round the home turn.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] BRILLIANT ROSEHILL HANDICAP WIN EL ZIET EARNS START IN Q'LAND CUP [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

. BRILLIANT ROSEHILL HANDICAP WIN ÉL ZIET EARNS START IN Q'LAND CUP El Ziet, winner of the Rosehill Handicap yesterday is to run in the Queensland Cup in Brisbane on Saturday week. ?This was decided after the horse had staged a brilliant win over Durabay by three-quarters of a length with Unfaan three lengths away third. El Ziet has been handicapped at 7-5 for the Queensland Cup which is run over two miles, a dis ^ tance he has not con- tested so far. Runs Past Dur a I» ay ; A former "crock," El Ziet is not likely to have another run before the Cup. His owner, Mr. W. H. Tyler, who imported the horse from England.for duty at his Puen Buen Stud, said he was so pleased with the horse's winning debut in open company he now had no doubts about tackling good stayers in the Queens- land Cup. El Ziet,.now a five-year old, raced with little success until this season. After many disappointing races, he developed a weak- ness in his forelegs and was sent to the country for a long spell. Gradua...

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

Thc "Plugger" MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Only one of 350 pigeons released seven days ago in South Australia has reached Melbourne. Apparently thc sole sur- vivor of thc 604-mile race, Lindbergh, a two-year-old cock, arrived at dawn at the suburban home of his owner. Mr. M. A. Wray, a Moonee Ponds dairyman. "I always said he was a plugger," remarked Mr. Wray. Lindbergh had feathers missing, was wet, miserable, and starving. As soon as his owner let him into the loft, he began tucking into a tray of canary seed.

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

CANDID COMMENT By ONLOOKER MELBOURNE newspaper quotes High Commissioner White, back home on leave, as saying that Queen Eliza* beth is "anxiously" awaiting her departure for Australia. "Eagerly" was the word meant, I suppose. But, re- viewing the programme before her, the Queen might be a trifle anxious, at that. London Press criticism that the Royal itinerary, per- mitting only "six days off in eight weeks," is too strenu- ous, and concern about over- strain expressed in the House of Commons on Tuesday, won't affect the arrangements now. They are all cut and dried - vetted by Bucking- ham Palace and approved by the Queen. Still, it IS a tough pro- gramme, which the heat of an Australian summer will make tougher still. Being Royalty is a business, and the British Royal Family is nothing if not dutiful. So the Queen and the Duke, who are young and keen, will be prepared to meet exacting demands. But some of us wish they could have been given more time off to enjoy themselves, and to ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Sun-Herald SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1953 THE ODOUR OF CIVIC CORRUPTION [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1953 THE ODOUR OF CIVIC CORRUPTION npííROWING out the1 baby with the bath- water is a procedure hardly more drastic than that adopted by the Cahill Gov- ernment in, its move to sweeten the atmosphere surrounding the Labour controlled City Council. In 'pursuit of this sanitary operation it has revolution- ised the whole system of municipal elections, re- duced the City Council by one-third, and abolished the wards. Twenty aldermen, a majority of whom will still be Labour representatives are to be elected for the city as a whole under pro- portional representation. Why wipe out the wards? They are a valuable feature of the municipal system, but in <A.L.P. eyes some of them had become Tam- many-type sources of cor- ruption and undue in- fluence. These are sweeping changes. What needed to be done surely could have been done by less radical means, in less haste, and with at least a show of res- pect for the views of local governing authorities. But done it ...

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