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Many families abroad are dependent on... FEATURES MONEY from AUSTRALIA By A Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

M Many families abroad are dependent on ... FEATURES ONEY from USTRALIA By A Staff Correspondent nHBflHu^liniUmiHBiiniimtiiHWKiii^im-TO.-^»..,TT^T.T,T,.^.,.","""". AUSTRALIA sends abroad ¡ every year more than £12 mil- j lion in the form of "personal jj remittances"-mainly to Eur- 1 ope, where the families of J migrants in Australia wait H patiently for the day when §| they, too, can afford the jour- g ney to a new country. ¡j miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini^ Immigrants like these come from many countries. Tens of thousands of them are saving carefully to bring their families jfrom abroad. Their jthriftiness - and most jearn little more than ¡the basic wage - is in strong contrast to the "Old Australian's" carefree ways with ¡ money. ï T was a red letter day for Vincenzo Cor tanzo, a darkly hand- some Sicilian who walked into a bank building in Sydney last Saturday morning. He was sending money to his wife in Sicily-the last before she sails for Aus- tralia to join him here, end- ing a five-...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Man In The Public Eye Producer With Global Audience [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

S» I Producer With Global Audience IT was inevitable that ? the B.B.C., so special- ised, so like an enormous club (its establishment was .14,000 during the war) should produce its own ethic, its own aesthetic, its own jokes and jargon. But because of the Charteris twin aims of instruction and entertainment, it was also in " evitable that there should be diversity in the "types" it evolved. After all, Broadcast- ing House brings together ex- ponents of Brahms and be-bop, biology and buffoonery. Laurence Gilliam, who is here to organise the B.B.C. A.B,C. Christmas Day broad- cast, which will include a mes- sage from the Queen in Auck- land, has been with the B.B.C. for -some 20 years, but, prob ablyj unconsciously, has resist- ed all the influences which might have made him charac- teristically "B.B.C." He does not fit into the Director-Controller - executive category. They are usually personages with a high-gloss finish, impressively emphatic on run-of-the-mill topics and charmingly...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JEAN DEBORAH LILLI FEATURES SIMMONS, KERR and PALMER ... Have Stolen The American Scene FROM OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN NEW YORK [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

JEAJM DEttOttAn lüti ^^^^^3 SIMMONS, KERR and PALMER _".u.V.-....????V«:-W;VV«-:'ÎMII» -_._ Mm^m JH. W ... Have Stolen The American Scene FROM OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN NEW YORK A TRIO of British-trained actresses has set thc American theatre, film, and television worlds searching for superlatives to describe them. The three are not newcomers to the entertainment scene, but this year they have made a highly effective assault on the hearts of American audiences. DEBORAH KERI strangely enough, h: h done it by becoming ! "bad girl" in a film; Jea t Simmons has soared int new popularity throug I what was regarded as I mere support film; am I Lilli Palmer, in a high I necked frock (of al ii things), captivates a vas f American audience in ; j weekly television show, j The three have achievec i nsulls by sheer brain a: ; well as by their surpassinf ? good looks. ; Miss Kerr and Vean Sim j mons are now considered likely Academy Award win j ners, and Lilli Palmer has -j been named thc best...

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

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bay Monk Owner's First Success [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Bau Manh Owner 9s First Success Trainer Jim Munro's wife achieved her first success as an owner when Bay Monk won the Two-Year-Old Promotion Stakes at Rosehill yesterday. Mrs. Munro races Bay Monk in partnership with Mr. A. E. Furlong. Bay Monk is the first horse in which she has been interested as an owner. Jim Munro bought Bay Monk, a gelding by White Ensign (imp.) from Grandiose,' at the . last Sydney yearling sales for 300 guineas. Because of - encouraging form in running Mazooka to a length at Randwick a week earlier, Bay Monk was a hot favourite through- out the betting yesterday. . He opened at 6-4, and started at 10-9 on. Bay Monk was always prominent in the race, and, though he shied at the top of the straight, won by three-quarters of a length from Bespoken (7-1), who beat Forward Cover (25-1) by a length and a half. A. Ward, rider of Bay Monk, told the stewards after the race that the geld- ing had jumped a bare patch just after turning for home. , Bespoken looked a dange...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRICE DRIFT OF ROYAL RADIANT BIG SURPRISE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

GREY LACE races through on the rails to win the Third Maiden Handicap at Rosehill, from The Helm (No. 16). Third placing went to Waroba, who finished between the first two placegetters. PRICE DRIFT OF ROYAL RADIANT BIG SURPRISE .mu1 , MELBOURNE, Saturday.-Royal Radiant drifted from opening favouritism of 2-1 to 7-2. before winning the V.R.C. Handicap at Fleming- ton to-day. This drift surprised backers as fancied horses owned by spectacular punter Mr. "Ossie" Porter usually firm in the market. However, Royal Radiant won easily from the New 'Zealand mud runner, Wind- sor, by a length and a half. Third only a neck away, came the South Australian Chatford, whose sire, Chat- ham, was famous as a "mud- lark." Royal Radiant was always running in about third or fourth position until three furlongs from home. Pacemaker was Solonaway -son of Solar Bear-from the jumper, Buchlyvie. As the field swung for home Chatford, travelling fast and wide out, hit the front. On straightening out,, how- ev...

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

From Maiden To Villiers Three-year-old Compound probably earned himself a start in the Villiers Stakes when he won his first race - the Second Maiden Handicap (6f) at Rosehill yesterday. The Villiers Stakes. (Im), | one of the main summer sprint races, will be run at Randwick on December 19. Before yesterday's -win veteran trainer Dan Lewis, had regarded Compound purely as a stayer and had planned to set the colt for the distance races at Christ- mas. But Compound won so well over the six furlongs yesterday that Lewis said later he would probably switch his plans and set Compound for sprint races* Lewis said if Compound continued to improve he would start in the Villiers. In yesterday's race, Com- pound, heavily backed from 10-1 to 6-1, came from among the tail-enders in the early - stages to win by a length and a quarter from Briton (evens), with Royal I Mission (8-1) third. In yesterday's race, Com- pound lacked early brilliance and dropped back in the field after going a furlong....

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] LONG WAIT [?] BY TRAINER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

IG WAIT ï TRAINER F»* Turnbull, when tó," ue Won the 3rd atcapatRose ft fr"m T» along the Pi"1,"16 Le^ Save be Cref a "arrow win in Äfru0m ,0-l to 6-1 tanti? "?*? with War ^ a short head away '»Position bel* *"°PeIe«s a race 0 e con SÄS*rte í fpranviUe vet«.?n fluid f00- Ron fi' nnary sur- to La¿ fetreated .^Ä 11 was two icing, te she returned to I

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Two Controversial Men Are "Tops" Now By Our Political Correspondent THE WEEK IN POLITICS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Two Controversial Men Are "Tops " Now By Our Political Correspondent {THE WEEK IN POLITICS' JUST as people sink their differences and unite in the face of some common disaster, so does the threat of political extinction produce strange alliances, which in turn produce unexpected heroes. 13 EMARKABLE evi *dence of this is the Government's campaign now being launched to rally round, and to build up as election winners, Sir Earle Page, the Country Party's bland, snowy-head- ed Minister for Health, and Mr. Harold Holt, the Liberals' Minister for Labour. The two are among the most controversial men in Federal politics, their activi- ties and methods are far from unanimously supported by their Government col- leagues, but both are now in the process of being sancti- fied for the greater glory of the Government parties, and for the edification of elec- tors. To appreciate the over- tones of this situation, it is necessary to remember the political background of Sir Earle Page, who, after 3...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stud[?] [?] angl[?] [?] PATIENCE[?] BROUGHT[?] VALOG[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

ISP Altad ang¡{ PATIENCE BROUGH VAIOCI Each of the 5nj crops of the ErAi Valognes has n proof of the',4 Widden studmaster F Thompson's patje» 'Waiting until he bj available for Aus&j Imported to Ne» j Wales in 1949, w already is represe* Australian raciajh fleur and Fascinai Frank Thompson .? eight weeks ia h and France in 19a ing gone abroad i fically to buy a mi for the famous fl Stud. But Valognes, hh K choice, was not inj his owner having fc to keep him in tani cause he was pote best three-year-cii Britain. OWNER'S vmj There was good ¡j for bis owner to dû course, because VA already had beata fc mate St .Leger winaer.S jirao, and the nlfotii Gold Cup winner, ü¡i in the Derby Trat S (lim). As a result of that ai he was second in for the Derby, i o sufficient to pin among class hun. world standards. He ran fourth in the Ed Stakes, but a sp tendon which fad: whie he was beiij.lt for thc Ascot Gall brought an «ad li' racing career. Thus, a horse of fc Simon line became t abl...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Is The Matter With The State Parliaments? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

What Im The Matter With The State Parliaments;? By ALAN REID ONCE A CENTRAL GOVERNMENT starts to accrete power massively there is usually a deterioration, Loth in personnel and functions, in lesser institutions; and Australia's State Parlia- ments seem to-day to be affected by this historic degeneration. rpHAT there is a fairly * aeneral deterioration in personnel is revealed by several factors in N.S.W. particularly. During the State electioi campai?" which climaxed a polling day in February thi «ar, the Premier, Mr. Cahill .omplained bitterly to Press gen travelling with him: "How do they expect me tc ñu elections with candidate /(he poor quality they giv< K?" ll was a complaint which, ir |!light of his big victory, Mr jhi'H would probably have jed to withdraw. Swept into Parliament in the jcord majority which he and labour amassed at that elec ion were many Labour candi Jales, and presumably among them a percentage of these "poor quality" individuals who now adorn the ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stage Act Surprises Owners By Fine Win PUNTERS LEFT LAMENTING [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Stage Act Surprises Owners By Fine Win PUNTERS LEFT LAMENTING Stage Act surprised his part owners as well as punters and bookmakers when he won the last race - the Welter Handicap at Rosehill yesterday. Stage Act, who was the\outsider of the field at 25-1, led all the way to win .the race by-half a neck from Braestand (4-1), with favourite Forest Land (9-4), half a head away, third. Part-owner Mr.' D. ? Goudie said after the race that he had only £.5 each way on Stage Act. . ! APPRENTICE H. ' Welch, who won on the promising Com- pound at Rosehill yes- terday. He said that the win had been a complete surprise to him. Mr. Goudie shares owner- ship of Stage Act with his wife and Mr. J. Lopes. Mrs. Goudie was so ex- cited after the win that she could hardly speak for some minutes. When the judge, Mr. C. Martin,'semaphored Stage Act as the winner Mrs. Goudie excitedly kissed tranter Harry Plant and thanked hun for winning the race. Stage Act, now a six-year old. faces only a limited car-...

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

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Big Black Mark At Duntroon [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Big Black Mark At Duntroon CANBERRA, Satur- day:-The Royal Mili- tary College, Duntroon, has asked an artist to erase soot shown on a painting of thc college. Thc artist. Mr. W. R. Gib- son, has agreed. Thc picture is shown above. Duntroon asked members of the Canberra art club^to paint scenes of the college and submit them in a com- petition. Mr. Gibson, whose paint- ing was most favoured in the competition, said: "Most of Dui,troon were the judges. c When It Rains "My painting is a pano- ramic, painted from Mount Pleasant. "I presented it to them. 'They want me to paint out some chimneys in it. "Thc actual chimneys h..ve soot or. them, and when it rains the soot runs down thc side of the buildings." An Army officer said: 'The chimneys are not as black as they are painted." The college has now com- missioned Mr. Gibson to paint a scene of the college. Thc principal feature of this painting will be the parade ground. Thc army officers said: i "Some remember the parade ground fondly,...

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

Hail Itomages Cereal Crop ADELAIDE, Saturday.-Hail is estimated to have caused £.200,000 damage to cereal crops between Mallala and Blyth last Wednes- day, i Mr. F. C. Gross, agri- cultural adviser, said to- night that the damage oc- curred through a strip of country 60 miles long and 10 to 15 miles wide. Around Mallala, where damage was most severe, some farmers lost from 50 per cent, to 75 per cent, of barley, wheat and oat crops. Crop damage was also fairly extensive in thc Was- leys, Freeling and Stock- port areas. Between 400 and 500 farms were in the hail-af fected strip, but only "a couple of dozen" farms had been severely affected. Losses to farmers would not be high as most had in . sured their crops, he said.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Two Fined For Stealing Milk [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Two Fined For Stealing Milk Two 39-ycar-old lab- ourers, both fathers of four children, said in Central Court yesterday that they stole milk tor their .children. Thc men were Leslie Col- lins, of Rochford Street. Leichhardt, and Rupert Ray Ellis, of Joyce Street, Punch- bowl. Mr. R. Solling, S.M.. fined them each £, 10 for having stolen nine bottles of milk, worth 9/. thc property of their employer, Dairy Far- mers, Ltd. They were refused time to pay.

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

KARTIN S BARGAIN CENTRE 3rd Floor, DAKING HOUSE RAWSON PLACE. REDUCED TO 3Zln Snout White Sheet- <j , lng. Yard . */? 36In Extra Heavy Sheet- ' ?» n lng U/B cost 3/6 . Ll 3 63in Plain Hcadclotb Poplin lawn ia 6 colours, titi cwt 6/9 .:. 3/ll 36ln Printed Cambric. Small Pattern. Block, White, Orange, Pink. . ,» Cost 5/6 . 3/0 36ln Printed Everglaxe In 6 Shades. Not 10/11- _ ONLY . 7/6 Poplin. Blue, Grey. « /n While, Fawn. Cos! 5/9 .. 3/V 54in Extra Heavy U/B ,,14 Sheding. Cost 6/6 _ 3/11 Extra Heavy U/B Sheets. ,n ,ii 54 x 90. Prs.IT/I I Extra Heavy Snow-while m ii 4 Sheets, BO x 90 .3V/ll Imp. 36in Printed Spun. Wine, Green, Brown. , ,.( Cost 7/6 . 3/11 36ln Eitra Heavy Drill, p,,i Khaki-grey. Cost 8/6 .. 3/11 Use our I.ny-by. Please add post- age for Mall Orders. Satisfaction I assured or money back. Phone MA5784. CHILDREN-Whilst-you were asleep last night, we received a telegram from Santa Claus, lt said - "PLANE TOOK OFF AT SUNRISE YESTER-. DAY FOR ANTHONY HORDERNS' ST...

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CASPAR IS IRON HORSE Cannot Be Spelled [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

CASPAR IS IROÑHORSE Cannot Be Spelled Trainer Fred Allsop! rates yesterday's Rosehill Parramatta Stakes winner, Caspar, the hardiest three-year-old racing. Caspar (9-2) finished gamely to heat Rapid River (7-2) by a length and a quarter, with 1 Juggler. (10r:l) -two lengths^ away -third. "He has never had a real spell since he began racing last season," Allsop said yesterday. "He has looked so well after each run that there has been no point in spelling him. . "I shall keep him for further Graduation Stakes events for the . time being. "He is still eligible for three further grades in this type of event." Caspar's win ,was not out oft urn. He had recorded five seconds and two thirds from his precious eight starts. A surprise of the run- ning was Rapid River's attempt to lead through- out. " Normally Rapid River re- lies on a strong finish to win races, but apprentice E. Williams allowed him to stride to the lead after a couple of furlongs yesterday. After being headed by Juggler tem...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hoad Has A Triumph[?] Then A Failure "Twins" Lose Doubles From OUR SPECIAL REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Then A Failure "Twins^ Lose Doubles From OUR SPECIAL REPORTER BRISBANE, Saturday.-Lewis Hoad had a splendid win in the Queensland tennis singles at Milton yesterday, but he and Ken Rosewall f ailed badly in the doubles. Hoad blasted Rex Hartwig off the court to win 6-4, 6-1, 6-2, but could not carry Rosewall in the doubles and they were beaten 7-5, 6-4, 6-4. The result was not surprising consider-. ing the difficulty Hoad and Rosewall had in beating Clive- Wilderspin ? and Neale Fraser to enter the final. Rosewall, who was the weakness in the Australian and Wimbledon champion combination, to-day played with the same lack of fire and control as he did when he was thoroughly beaten by Hartwig in the singles semi-final. There were only three ser- vice breaks in the final. Hartwig and Rose broke through Rosewall's service in the first and third sets and Hoad's in the second. Thc match didn't pro- duce tennis of high stan- dard. It was something of an anticlimax for the crowd that Hoad d...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tough Note Returns To Soviet Speeches [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Tough Note Returns To Soviet Speeches LONDON, Saturday (A.A.P.).-The Soviet President, Marshal Voroshilov, in a major policy speech, yesterday accused the West of preparing an aggressive war against Russia. Western observers see in speech a return to the "bad old days" of Russion ob- struction and abuse before Stalin's death. Marshall Voroshilov's speech was the first of the traditional "keynote" ad- dresses on the anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution to be delivered since Stalin died. Marshal Voroshilov's tough note was echoed In the U.N. Political Committee in New York yesterday when the Soviet delegate. Mr. Vishinsky spoke on disarma- ment. Speaking in the crowded Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. Marshal Voroshilov* accused the United States of "ring- ing the peace camp with war bases." Standing Guard "We must strengthen the Soviet armed forces all round, standing guard over the peaceful creative toil of the Soviet people," he said. 'The policy of our party and Government is peace- ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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