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Social News And Gossip [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Social News Anti Gossip ' THE GROUNDS of the Royal Motor Yacht Clubhouse at Broken Bay were gay with bunting and coloured tables and chairs for the outdoor luncheon which opened Commodore's Day yesterday. SPEEDBOAT and cruiser races in the afternoon were followed by a cocktail party and informal dinner dance, at which Commodore and Mrs. Stanley Thompson received 300 guests. MISS ROSEMARY MIL- LER, well-known on the stage and radio in Syd- ney, will leave next month for Perth, where she will take part in the second an- nual Arts Festival. The festival, which will take place early in the New Year, will be held at the beautiful open-air theatre at- tached to the University of Western Australia. After the festival Miss Miller will go to England for a year, beginning with a holiday to be spent with rela- tives in a Kentish village. MISS MEG PATTER- SON, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Patter- son, of Chatswood, chose a white brocade dress cut on classical lines for her wed- ding at S...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

ANTI-T.B. GLORY CHEST LOTTERY :. NEW, FULLY FUR. " NISHED HOME - with vacant pos- session. Valued al 200,000 TICKETS 6.700 HURRY, LAST DAYS CLOSES DEC. 14th Hurry, Hurryl Your lucky last chance to win 2 Home» and a Car. 27 magnificent prizes valued at £14,000. Value £3,100. Attractive home, partly furnished with carpets, venetians and electric servants. HELP FIGHT T.B. MAIL COUPON NOW! GLORY CHEST LOTTERY No. 2 169 Albion Street, Surry Hills Please «end me.........tickets. Postal note/ cheque/drart/money order for £.enclosed. PLUS two stamped and 'addressed envelopes for return of ttckots and result dip; NAME....;. ADDRESS....". S.-H.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VIOLINIST TO MARRY HER ACCOMPANIST [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

VIOLINIST TO MARRY HER ACCOMPANIST AWELL-KNOWN Bris- bane violinist! Miss Gloria Foley, who recently gave a recital in Sydney, has announced her engagement lo her accompanist, Mr. Jiri Svoboda. Miss Foley met her fiance, a Czechoslovakian architect, now employed by thc Public Works Depart- ment in Queensland, when she was in Prague about five years ago. He was her ac- companist on thc Continent before she returned, and then in Australia. The couple hope to marry early in the New Year. Miss Foley is the only daughter of the Lands Mini- ster, Mr. Foley, and Mrs. Foley, and her fiance is the only son of the late Justice A. Svoboda and Mrs. Svoboda of Czechoslovakia.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Give... To a husband: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Give... To a husband: . A lambswool car- digan. . A handyman tool kit . Soft slippers in a travelling case. . A nicer notecase than he'd buy himself. . A decanter. . An electric razor. . Driving gloves. . A proofed cotton windjackct. . A set of brandy balloons. , . A tobacco humi- dor. . An order tov thc garage to clean thc car for a year. . A gigantic teacup and saucer.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Give... If you have more money than time: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Give... // you have more motley than time: . A radiogram. . A seaside cottage rented for two weeks' holiday. . An order for cinema scats for as many weeks of thc year as you choose. . A big gift voucher to bc spent in a city store. . A boat (type ac- cording to taste of re- cipient). . A pico: of antique silver. . A collection of French perfumes. . A week-end air ticket to any city you choose. . A washing ma- chine. . A Persian rug. . A sci of coloured sheets, pillow cases and towels to match. . A big Christmas hamper of all thc rarest delicacies, you can find.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! CLOSING SOON AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION In aid of Northern Suburbs Catholic Building Fiind 1953 CHEVROLET SEDAN SECOND PRIZE 1953 Vanguard Sedan £1180 Third Prize-President 8i cu. ft. Refrigerator .. £179 Fourth Prize-President 5i cu. ft. Refrigerator .. £149 Fifth Prize-Mullard Table Combination Radio .. £57 Sixth Prize-A.W.A. Portable Radiola . £24 TICKETS £1 each tm books ot r.ve) 19,250 tickets only to bc sold Drawn 7th December, 1953 i H . AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART. UNION 64 Carlotta Street, GREENWICH, . N.S.W. Dear Sir, Please allot me . -, -, book/s . . . tickets Sn tho I . AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION, for which I [ enclose the sum of £ III and stamped addressed I envelope. NAME.... ADDRESS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

e BY FAR THE WHITEST WWII OF «I . WOII'T RUB, FLAKE OR POWDER CB . GOES ON SHOOTHER, BMI . COMPLETELY COVERS ' CRASS STAINS AND HIM!

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

NEW SOUTH WALES .7°iicf, isJlcrcby H that thc Ordinary Gen cral Meeting of Proprie, tors will |,c held al |(,( Head Ollicc, George Street, Sydney, on Friday the 27th day of Noven,, ber, 1953, at noon: .h J°n C°?kl7 'he Rc»°« »' the Board of Directors to bt then made; to elect a Director n thc room ot John Cad** lader who retires in rotation, b"t , ct.R.blc for tM|ec|| to elect two Auditors In tat room of Francis Harmstvonh Way and Krank EiHol Samut, TnsR, wlio retire at this Urne, thc latter bclns eligible lot re-election; *«* lo consider such other matters and thin« f "JV be brouibi forward in conformity with fe Deed of Settlement. i By order of thc Board ot Directors. S. J. GANDON, General Manija,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

"This digging deeper into one's purse-now I need a new purse!"

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHESS: By G. Kosl[?]nitsky [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

CHESS; Mfy G. Koshiêitstiy The National and New South Wales champion, Lajos Steiner, completed his hat trick for the year by winning the interstate invitation tour- nament in Adelaide. After ten rounds Steiner had an unbeatable score. Scores with one round to go: L. Steiner (N.S.W.), 94; L. Endzelins (S.A.), 7; K. Ozols (Vic.) and C. J. S. Purdy (N.S.W.), each 6; J. N. Hanks (Vic), 5i; G. Berriman (S.A.), 5 (game to finish); F. A. Growl (Q'land), 5; G. Berzzarins (S.A.) and A. L. Miller (S.A.), each 4; P.' Purkalitis (S.A.), 2¿; . L. -Mangalis (S.A.), 24; K. Lidums ,,(S*A,), . 1 (game to finish).. PROBLEM No. 247 Black, 3 pieces White, 4 piece* < ; . r: White to play and mate) in two moves. SOLUTION TO PROBLEM No. 246 Composition by A. G. Corrías 1. It ? K2 (walline move). If 1. ... Q x B ch.; 2. Kt x Q mate. If 1. . . . Q x I': 2. Q - R2 mate. If 1. . . . Q - K6; 2. Q x Q mate. If 1. . . . Q - B6; 2. Q x Q mate. If. 1-Q - Kt6; 2. Q . B5 mate. If 1. ... Q - K8 or Kt8; 2. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

KRRTINS BARGAIN CENTRE 3rd Floor, DAKING HOUSE Opp. Rawson Chambers. TO-DAY'S SPECIAL REDUCED TO Orerchccked Ginghams, in blue, red, green, f ,n brown,' lemon colours .. *?/» 3lîn Snow While Sheol- ?, , Ins. Yard . */" 36ln Extra Heavy. Sheet- « /3 ins. U/B cost 3/6 _ l/i 631n Plain Headctoth, Poplin. In 6 colours .. n.n Cost 6/9 . 3/11 36ln Printed Cambric. Smalt Pattern, Navy, . Orange, Cherry. Cost 5/6 3/0 36!n Printed Evcrglaze. In ^ 6 shades. Not 10/11, , ONLY . I/O Poplin, blue, grey, white, . - ,n fawn. Cost 5/9 . 3/" 54ln Extra Heavy U/B , , Sheeting. Cost 6/6 .. 0/1 I Extra Heavy U/B Sheels, ...ii 54 x 90 Pair .17/ll Extra Heavy Snow While ,n l4 , Sheet«, 80 x 90. Pair 37/ll 361n Extra Heavy Drill Ci<4 KhaU, Crey. Cost 8/6 3/11 Usc nur Lay-by. Please add post- age for Mail Orders. Satisfaction . assured or money hack. Phone MA5784. LEG SORES DISAPPEAR " 'Varex' treatment has Been quite a success in my case," writes, a grateful user. "Thc ulcer, with lui pain . an...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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Religion And Life Religion Has Room For Laughter FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

fff& 1 itetiaian Bas ítaam Far Laughter . By MONSIGNOR J. FREEMAN - Some day some spiritual writer, for the edification of his readers, will entitle one of his chapters "The import- ance of a sense of humour." He will write with warmth and discretion about this most necessary quality and thereby, I think, change the lives and conduct of thousands. ï AM not suggesting that * religious people are humourless or that religion is without gaiety. I am suggesting that these things are a part of true religion and that many seem to have forgotten the fact. He is a doubtful saint who har; forgotten how to laugh and his sanctity is sus- pect who is for ever engulfed in gloom. The modern artist who loves lo depict the protagon- ists of religion in terms of black crepe and melancholy ' is guilty no doubt of a cruel caricature, but he is also the victim of that persistent heresy that cannot associate virtue and laughter in the same context. He is mistaken in his ap- preciation, but the fa...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Give... To a whole family: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Give... To a whole family; . A bushel of apples. . I-amily gan, Monopoly, Lcvi dominoes, chess, play. «ng cards. ' . An onldoor bar- becue grill. . '''ive pounds of chocolafcs :i"d sweets, . A rocking chair. . An assortment of cheeses. . A different col ourcd breakfast CUD for each member of thc family. . A croquet sci. . A. picnic basket. . A puppy. . A set of Dickens. . Decorations for (he Christmas tree.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

CHRISTMAS WINES Be sure of bottled cheer by ordering it well in advance . we'll deliver at your conveni- ence. You may have well known Australian vintages or a choice of imported wines . . . Perrier Jouet champagne, Diez Spanish sherry, Bois liqueurs from Holland. Market or George Street Store A. the store of the Christmas Spirit. Perfect gift for your favourite hostess . ..kitchen treasure! A quick trip through the Third Floor of our George Street Store will inspire you . . . it's a housewives' delight, with everything from gleam- ing copper pots to the latest potato peeler. COFFEE PERCOLATOR of heavy copper, chrome plated, with a clear glass top and cool-grip plastic handle. Good big eight-cup size for 82/9. GRIDDLE GRILL to give you perfect grilling right there on the top burner. So quick and economical. 21/11. The cover to confine the sizzle, 8/3.' ACURO FLOOR WAXER . . . works on a pneumatic prin- ciple; applies the wax and polishes smoothly with no bend- ing or hard rubbing. £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Brüsk and comb sets Sive him a lasting gift in a gay Christmas pack. Brushes have nylon bristles, plain coloured backs. Exclusive to Dj's. 14/6 set. "Golden Fleece" and "Kookaburra" Socks Useful gifts. "Golden Fleece" wool half hose, nylon spliced heel-toe, 9/11. "Kookaburra" shrinkproof wool-cotton half hose, nylon .spliced, 9/1. At George and -Market St. Stores. OF THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT. lone UMBRELLAS BY SSIKBIÉO m tí^V . /Ain urr,brella is. a practical gift TaV \pP\^y lovely, too-when it's a "Shelta." jw> N&\í\ D.J's have a wonderful collecfion^for - ? N$AV Christmas in many exciting, colours ~- ^*v\V anc' designs. Here you see the |ong =g=r ^>TÄ\ handled "Shelta" in chenille-spot - \^PS. ? ^or only 81/-. Compact folding \S¡V one' Pr'ced at- ¡ust 79/11. Lower ¿=f Ground Floor, Elizabeth Street Store. |ipyps; BY NIVÉET ...;r^te?ffl||' 'Onlyat Dj's co« yew buy ffee v#o»4«Hyf«^^: t Í**;;¿|>»ÍÉ^ %w¿síiaí>}<»H«yr«t, $tov«s, Thera* ar», pa**»^<...

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DOES HE SMOKE? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

DOES HE SMOKE? PIPES are made ot briar wood in the shape of a pair of leal a gun a Dutch shoe, a , buffalo head, a sk tn and an indian head GIANT cigars and three-inch miniature cigars are the long and short answer to\ the Christmas gift prob- lem for smokers. DON'T over-simplify things, lt would bc aw- ful if five or six of your' friends met accidentally at a Christmas' party and began discussing "that book" you 1 gave all of them. STRAIGHT ends provide fashion interest of this narroio junior navy silk bowtie with a white centre stripe. NOVELTY key rings from Italy include a miniature treasure chest containing a sewing kit. a black cat with realistic wire whiskers, and a gold key concealing a pen knife. BOTTLE-OPENERS 0f all sizes are useful house- hold presents. The giant one is ten inches long -and just as effective is the smaller version which folds into a pigskin case two inches long.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

?^^^yyi>cl^^Jc)ri^§ THE STORE WITH MORE GIFTS SUGGESTS THESE WINNERS FOR ALL T^^MEN ON YOTR^ ^^^^ ^ ^ /^~\ are'nylon ^^^^^ ^' !| ^-- ni, i, i|w ^ jygjirtlri jfj^B^ - Give him an U).D. briar and you give \^^^ ^^^^^^^^8-^ j iM»m ' him'pleasant .company all the year round. j \ jP*'>^^i|Bp ¿3 \ iHI ^ * Èach pipe is seasoned for cool, sweet ^\^\ ^mWmm^r^ »toxsíSK3«S5a^3BÍ^ smoking and the price a very moderate 29/6. j VJ' ^^^W

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

HERMES Manufactured by Paillard Limited, Switzerland Someone's going io type you a lyrical thank-you note if this is your gift, lt's Swiss-the smallest and lightest in the world, with the performance of heavier standard models, lt weighs less than 9 lbs. and measures just I I inches square. Full keyboard and carriage. £35. Lower Ground, Elizabeth St. Store. cc X O Ul X DAVID JONES' THE STORE .^Ä^y^^^^^^N/lon briefs, our own Sto,e S^^^^^^n cellophane gift bootes |H '3>&^L Nylon, glamorous af any time, but breathtakingly glamorous when it lies the i^yjrf 'n a ^ox °^ sn'nY' c'ear cellophane laced with gold. That's ¡ust how we ^1 I ' w^^W pack our gift briefs. Pretty, practical, long-wearing nylon, from 12/6. }/¡[%¿y: - ' \§&%~k P''my nyl°n mes'1 briefs at 12/6. 3. Tailored knitted nylon. Price, 21/6. *SË^H i '^ii " Elizabeth ^ Street Stor^^^^^|

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Give... To a Grandmother: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Give... To a Grandmother: . A comfortable big cushion. . Two pucks of patience cards in a leather case. . A magazine sub- scription. . A roomy hand- bag. . A potted flower- ing shrub. . A teapot and a selection of blends of tea. . A lovebird in a cage. . A cardigan. . A set of velvet draw-string shoe bags that you can make yourself. . A pretty teacloth. . A pair of em- broidered pillowslips. . Theatre tickets.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

RAY MIÜAND ARLENE Variety WED. STATE "FR0M HERE T0 ETERNITY" Burt Lancaster. Montomcry Clift. De- borah Kerr, Frank Sinatra, Donna Recd (A). Big Added Screen Show. 10.-15, '1.45, 4.55, 8. LYCEUM "DESERT LEGION" Alan Ladd, (G). Plus Curtis (G). Arlene Dahl (Tech.) 'All-American." Tony 10, 1.18, 4.35, 7.45. VICTORY "THE HAPPY TIME" Charles Boyer, Louis Jourdan (A.) Plus "Rainbow Round My Shoulder," Frankie Lalnc (Tech.) (G). 10.15, 1.30, 4.45, 7.50. CAPITOL "MONTANA" Errol Flynn (Tech.) (G). Plus "Thc Damned Don'l Cry." Joan Craw- ford (A). 10.15, 1.30, 4.40. 7.40. LYRIC "CITY BENEATH THE SEA" GEORGE ST., Robert Ryan. Anthony Quinn, (Tech.) Nr. Cent. Rall. (G). Plus, "Column Smith," (G). Scss. (MA4981) 10.40, 1.50. 4.50, 7.50. CITY THEATRES , ? REGENT m M2387 J 487 George St. Â MAYFAIR ¡¡I MA6387 31 73 Castlereagh St. Simultaneously released at 5 Hoyts Theatres! "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" In Technicolor! Starring JANE RUS- SELL, MARILYN. MONROE with Charles Coburn; (A). Plus "SOUTH SI...

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