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Western Australia 402 In Shield Match [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Western Australia 402 In Shield MateH PERTH, Sátürday.-Western Australia, with 402 in" theMu&t innirigs, was in a sound position in the Sheffield Shield match agaidst South Australia to-day. - .. South .Australia at stumps had lost four wickets for 111, Favell batting enterpris- ingly for 77. South Australian fast bowler Ken Horsnell was not ablu to bowl to-day. He pullled a muscle in his side in his first over after lunch yesterday. ? ' ' Carmody's cover driv in g was a feature but scoring slackened to the accurate spin attack. Play for the morning yielded 71 for the loss of two wickets. A powerful y square-cut gave Carmody his 50 in 159 minutes. He was out soon after for 56 when beaten by Wilson's spin and cocked a simple catch to ridings at first slip. It was an auspicious ' re- turn to the side. Some crisp driving from Munro and farmyard strokes from bemused Price followed. Wilson was again un- lucky when Price drove one hard back to him and he just failed to gather in t...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

AND please-don't buy your wife something YOU would like to have in the house.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sprinter's Surprise Over 440 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Sprinter's Surprise Over 440 BY JOHN TRELOAR Randwick - Kensington runner Bill Job, usually re- garded as a sprinter, pro- vided a' pleasing surprise yesterday. He broke the interclub record for 440 yards, in 48.8 seconds. It was an outstanding effort for his first serious run over the distance. Job bas just been missing ont on representative hon- ours, and this new role may give him that chance. The 440 times generally were very good, with Bill Butchart (Botany) and Colin Johnston (University) run- ning 48.9s and 49,2s respec- tively. Bailey's Form Jim Bailey (St. George) also provided an excellent run when he broke his inter club mile record, clocking 4m 13.6s. His seemingly effortless style gives me the impression he is near top form, which I hope has not been attained too early in the season. fey competing in mile and two mile track events, it is evident that Roley Guy (Botany), Australian mara- thon champion, is not going to allow himself any relaxa- tion daring the sommer. His...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fine G.P.S. Score [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Fine G.P.S. Score Reg. Breush scored a brilliant 13.0 for the King's against Grammar in the G.P.S. cricket competition at Parramatta yesterday. He also took the honours-in bowling with 5 for 27. KINGS' T GRAMMAR ' Kings'-1st Innings, 9-315 dec!, a. Manchee 9, P. Donkin 9, A. Thompson 20, W. Sheehan 12, R. Berry 6, R. Breusch 130, T. Evans 22, D. Rowntree 25, Si Stephens 35, P. De Salis n.o. 13, B. Colless n.o. 14, SundriessßO). Bowling: B. Stubbs 4-94, M. Wbetton 2-84, W. Ives 1-43, L. Gould 0-46, W. Mus- ked 2-88 " ," " Grammar.-1st Innings. 8-62 O. Vicars 0, J. Walker 21," B. Stubbs 14, E Attwell 1, A. Mun- ro 2, G. White, 1. G. Stephens 8. W. Ives 0, L. Gould n.o. 10, W. Muskett n,o. 0, Sun- dries 5) Bowling: S. Stephens 1 20, R. Breusch 5-27. B. Colles*. 2-9, W. Sheehan 0-1. NEWINGTON T HIGH Newington.-lit Innings, 354 CR. Clarke ll, I. Moffatt 38, B. Tilley 18, J. Everett 5, A. Leembruggen 69, N. Mccamley 55. W. Webb 19, T. Rolleston 52, P. Clementr 37. A. Smith n.o. 12. R. Tal...

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

Come ia ELVY'S for PIANOS (Only 6 weeks to Xmas) You will find (bc plano you want til Hie price you can afford lo pay. . Only Elvy's have these world renowned agencies: COLLARD & COLLARD WELMAR WITTON & WITTON HAMMOND, HOWARD. Uprlchls and Grands In Handsome Figured Wainui or Mahogany Cases. . Elvy's easy payment plan is always ut your disposal-no third party, you pay direct to Elvy's. PROOF OF VALUE NEW PIANOS from £1/3/6 weekly GRANDS from £1/19/6 weekly Factory. Reconditioned Pianos from 14/3 weekly Players from £1/4/3 weekly Your present Piano accepted as full or part deposit or part pay- ment for a new instrument. Catalogues and Price Litt forwarded to Country Clients on application. vlcntion type or instrument when writing. ELVY'S Est. 1863. 397 George Sired. (Rclvfcen Kine and Market Streets), Sydney. BX3571. jJCCrvltflC ^^§^^A I Ms wêek only. T X Y A \ 7A/r</ /:/o0r, Undies on parade! WW .They must be seen to be believed, these » \V \ practical pre...

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

IGALLUP POLI ÍCos¿t of ¡thing purvey . In the Intest Galil ; Poll, 53 per cent < j those interviewed sai j they were finding j harder than a yee ago to make both enc j nieet. Th-; poll was taken at I /?cd of last month, shor before tax deductions wc eased, and 2,000 peor were questioned. Of the remainder, 39 p ant. said that the posit/< MS "about thc same" ar J per cent, said, "lt's easier Harder Views ; Those who said, "It iarder," were made up z [follows: !# 56 per cent, of Labou jTOlers, compared with 4i 'per cent, of Liberal voters '# 59 per cent, of women ii per cent, of men. t 54 per cent, in the cities, 47 per cent in (he country. « 57 per cent, of those aged 60 and over; 44 per cent, of tee 21-29. The following table shows ¡ comparison between this Gallup Poll and one taken ¡0 1951: . . 19SI 19S3 P-e. p.c. Harder ...... 60 53 Same . 24 39 Easier . 16 8 1

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

il Ashore xived a good helping of \ey attended the cocktail Kuttabul. Below: .' ""' "HI LILI" was played ty a wandering minstrel on the verandah of the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron for MR. CAMPBELL BUCKINGHAM, MRS. RAYMOND TOBIAS, MRS. J. SMITHERS, MR. KING DORRING- TON, and MR. J. SMITHERS, who were among the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sverre Kaaten at a pre-Chrisimas party during the week. THE STAFF OFFICER (Communications) on Naval Headquarters Staff, LI EUT.-COMM AND- \ ER G. B. THRUM, R.A.N. with MRS. THRUM at tile coktail party held in the wardroom oí H.M.A.S. Kuttabul by the ship's Commanding Officer and officers during the week. Left: LIEUT. A. G. STEEL, R.A.N.V.R. and MRS. STEEL enjoying buffet supper on the terrace of H.M.A.S. Kuttabul wardroom at the party given in the ship. Lieut.-Commander H. Cooper, R.A.N., is president of the establishment.

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

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
She Is The Queen's Flowermaker [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

¡She Is The Queen9» Flowermaker By A Staff Correspondent. LONDON, Saturday.-As a girl she sold bullocks and pigs on her father's farm, was a champion horse rider, and the youngest Eng- lish girl <o R° un an aer0P'ane. To-day she niakes artificial flowers for thc Queen. For some years now thi delicate flowers made b; (his homely middle-aget woman, known affection- ately in thc trad j as "Miss Jae," have been chosen to grace the hats and gowns not only of the Queen, but also Princess Margaret, the Queen Mother, the Duch- ess of Kent, and the Prin- cess Royal. In addition, she supplies leading haute couture houses, including Hartnell and fam- ous milliner Simone Mir man. For such an impressive clientele one might expect i deep carpeted salon with .flicicnt secretaries and re- ceptionists. But there are no such trimmings to Miss Jae's business. From thc outside her little shop might bc the "Old Curiosity Shop." There is only one thing missing-the perfume. With a brown beret p...

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

^^^^^ DRIVERS! i Our Prices depend only on the materials used .- One price for any car . . . They do not rise fwith Hie size ot the car. ' LAY-BY FOR XMAS Open daily 8.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Sat.. 8 a.m. to 12). Mail Orders promptly attended to; add 5/- for post. SEETCOVERS j! 14 Flinders St., Taylor SotWare, SYDNEY... Australia's Largest Seat Covet Manufacturen. i¿.i *'-.-? - ^'ikiííSüíiiíasBBaaaítiíu'íiii: PTY. LTD. GNS. A special line of plastic check Seet covers - for per- sonal shoppers only. Priced at £8/10/- elsewhere. 9A beautiful range of imported mater- ials - plastic all over. Easily worth GNS. 15 Cns. _ This wonderful ém 0% material, rich in T K colour - strong ? - ? enough for taxi ? *^ work - CANNOT GNS. be made for less than 20 Gns. by any other firm. If you are able to buy at a lower price we shall give you a set FREE! Is our Luxury 00 gl% range in PLEXON ? - an Australian - ? made wonder ? ~ weave-better than GNS. Nylon, as it is "non-flam" ... try a cigar- ette on Nylo...

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

yf?p\ facial hairs and Moles P[^*^v The exclusive occupation of Sister <\ Vimard's trained nurses is the per _ , manent and painless removal of \~ J facial hairs and moles. Their medi cally approved treatment perma v \ . *V nently removes those facial blem / \ i f ishes. Call in l'or a friendly consul « talion - it entails n«> obligation. SISTER VIMARD 3rd Floor, 139 KING STREET, SYDNEY. (Next to Coles). Phone MA4208. Kin-sêlla Silks dd^Ä^j, proudly present Ej^f ' fabrics f ' ; ^Ë||lffKv ' . Tt) herald thc Royal tour, an exclusive display fe^v/^-'«^ ' """^^ of íabrics created by the world-famous Miki t^Zr i^~pf^^ Seker wiU be he,d in Kin-Sella Silks daylight lg',' ;;í^>'í^V showrooms from 16th-21st November inclus* ,'- '1..- ' , / -,' \3V ive; Gwen Wilkinson, one of Sydney's loveliest IBC "'. *.\ models, will be at Kin-Sellas from 10 till 5 & 'r"-/'^x daily» (Saturday 9.30 till 12.00) to model some |§L of the gowns, made in Seker's fabrics, which 8^*^^, w^re...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Evidence In White "Spy" Case PRIVATE PAPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

New Evidence In White "Spy" Case PRIVATE PAPERS NEW YORK, Saturday (AAP.). New evidence shows that the late Harry Dexter White-centre of a nation- wide dispute involving Mr. Truman continually urged a Russia-U.S. peace agreement. White, says a New York "Times" correspondent, suggested unsuccess- fully a plan for a postwar credit of 10,000 million dollars (£4,464 million) to the Russians. Gill By Widow Controvery is still rag- ing over the statement by. the Attorney-General, Mr. Herbert Brownell, that the Truman Adminis- tration promoted White to a high position despite an F.B.I, claim that White was a Russian spy. The "Times" correspon- dent says that White's widow presented papers to Princeton University " in 1951. He says they show that White held on June 15, 1940, that Russia was not then interested in territorial expansion. A memorandum recom- mending aid to China, dated August 13, 1940, and initialled "H.D.W." urged a parallel line of action with Russia "such as will give us pr...

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

Secure this Government-Guaranteed 43/4% Annually Invest To-morrow in / THE SYDNEY WATER BOARD LOAN . - You 'will find it extremely easy to gain £4/15/- every year ' from each £100 you invest. Instalments are accepted. Subscriptions and half-yearly interest are free of exchange in terms of the Prospectus. You can have your interest payments credited to your current or savings account. Remember, too, that the Premier' N.S.W. Security has not offered a higher rate during the last 22 years. The Loan is an Authorised Trustee Investment, and is GUARANTEED BY THE N.S.W. GOVERNMENT LOAN CLOSES NEXT SATURDAY Call at your nearest Commonwealth Bank to-morrow morning. You can also invest at the Sydney. Water Board or through any Stockbroker. hatted at par, Loan No. 113 is underwritten hy J. B. Were &Son, and will .^o$enptJater.:.4han *«.«'»! itt

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

City Fire Danger A spokesman , for the Board of Fire C o m m i s sioners of N.S.W, said yesterday .that members felt that the men's refusal to carry out full duties was seriously threaten- ing the efficiency of the service and en- dangering the city. The board held a special meeting to consider stop work meetings by firemen on Thursday night and Fri- day morning. The firemen discussed the Industrial Commission's re- jection of claims- for a re- duction in working hours from 56 to 40 a week. Last night the board's sec- retary, Mr. A. L. Stark, said that the Chief Fire Officer, Mr. E. J. Griffiths, told the board meeting that a serious position had arisen on fire protection. He said firemen had re- fused safety and patrol duties, ! ifffe How decided tb'' de- fer 'M decision ' Until '9' $.ml t<pm$row'.':i " 7''

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Two-deck Buses On Way Out [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Two-deck Buses On Way Out Authoritative sources said yesterday that single-decker buses will be Sydney's public road transport of the future. The authorities said they will order no more double-deckers. Experts have condemned them as slow in loading and ungainly. 29 Standing Double-deckers will be off the road in 15 years. The single-decker bus is longer and wider than the double-decker. It carries 72 passengers, one fewer than the double-decker. The new bus has 29 stand- ing, compared with the double-decker's 14 standing.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prince Charles Has A Small Party [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Prince Charles Has A Small Party Prince Charles, from a special portrait taken for ^ bis fifth birthday. ; . LONDON, Sat. (A.A.P.). _ prince¡ Charles is celebrating his fifth birthday to-day ¡ but his mother and-father were not there1 when he opened his presents. j The Queen and the] Duke of Edinburgh are making their final visit to Sandringham before they leave for their tour of .Australia and New Zea- land. Prince Charles has been told that his parents arc going away, but neither he nor Princess Anne is old enough to realise what the six months' absence means. The Queen Mother will preside at Prince Charles's birthday party to-day, but it will be on a small scale be- cause a second will be held after his parents return to London on Monday. His fifth birthday meanj "real" lessons now. j The Queen has given hui unofficial lessons - he ca¿ already write a readable ver] sion of his name-but hi newly-appointed Scottish governess, Miss Kathen« Peebles, is about to betí! duty. T The Quee...

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

Cure As Bad As Disease CANBERRA, Saturday. -Dr. Fazekas de St. Groth and his assistant, Miss D. M. Graham, of the John Curtin School of Medical Sciences, claim to have overcome the virus of in- fluenza in mice. They said they had been able to transform the infec- tious influenza virus into a non-infectious form. The doctors emphasised yesterday that the treatment caused some . distress ta -tue ^as influenza., ti- in ,fit m_"

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

im.UTUAL XMAS 4*Bi TS MO M RKiXE* A Itu pieces sclrcitMi from mir taree, rung* now on display Made tn fineet con- tinental manner from Queensland maple and conch. wootl solid cort. ii Dilan, lllaitraled . £18/10/ i Lamp Shade, Shad« and Shelf. £18/18/* * Sideboard (larne) . £37/15/ ir Phone, Table and Stool, £10/7/6 it Centre Tallie . £15/-/ ir Eas* Chair. £27/18/6 DOWNSTAIRS STRAND ARCADE, SVDNKY i, BU65S SPECIAL VALUES FROM OUR FACTORY Kitchen Floor Cupboards £0176 3 FEET 2 DRAWERS Full rang« of Cupboards In all style» and sizes available. 2ft 6in £6 is STYLE H7. A soundly constructed floor unit for the smaller kitchen with a masonite work surface attachod. Plenty, of accessible storage space and roomy drawers. Patent press locks, vents, toe space. Easy to install. Standard height, and depth. . 2ft 6in or 3ft WIDE. WALL CUPBOARD £3'1-5' STYLE H15. This well built 2-door style*has patent press locks and is very easy to hang. Other wall . cupboard« available, in sliei Irom iain to i...

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

2 The "Gordon" Lounge Chair with col- <r ? ? g^g doors and glass \/y ; '^^^ÂS^^^^^^àlij^|^îl|^É| ourful Red, Green and^Blue "Nylex^" Richly carved Chinese Camphorwood Chests, shelves, £57/6/3. f'^fffi hïndsomTSilS *T° popU¡ar sizes: 41in X 20in X 23in hish> * f'; ^pBBHB 3 Swing-back Bridge Chair with "Swedish" £39/19/-; 36in x 18in x Ipiin, «£28/7/-. AJTbow-end shaped1 ^'WS^^ÉÉKÉÉ^^^^^^^^' arms beautifully finished in Maple , ' , . i mut nnrt twn olnw ll ^Ê^^SSBSI^^^^S^m^^Êk'i^m^Êm - colour. Upholstered back and spring These spacious, beautifully designed J, ' J? . , ¿ - , t^Mk^Ê^SUÊÊSÊÊlÊÊÊÊÊÊ^^^^^l seat nicely covered in pastel-toned shelves. 43 inches wide, ^^^^g^^^^BÊBmmW^'^^^^m tapestries. £7/19/6. Chests are perfect gifts. 43 incites high. Walnut f^-r^M^^^MKKf^f^^^^ Y$f 4 Comfortable Bridge Chair with cane md Z^J?}0"T' ^wH^Hj^ST^ u*^l>jélÊÎ panel back. Frame coloured in natural */3U/lU/-. maple. Seats covered in smartest con- temporary fabrics. £6/18/3. XMAS G...

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

F" V... r . ,... .-¡ mm . ^ntw .1 ' G!wè : » ^ Gleaming Jewels WÊjk Sparkling rhinestone jewellery ... the urti- ^i5i'j>^^^[^^^P^^^'' . mate in Christmas excitement! There are ^Wft^p^^ $M earrings from 32/6, wistaria spray brooch T ^''ÍL^^^M1 VW for £5/17/6, and necklaces for I I gns. All ¿¡M ¥ in handsome red gift boxes. Ground Floor. l jfffil r> _^__Da¡v1cf Jones' DAVID JONES Men's new Gift Bar features nylon Jockey Shorts \>v-&o^>jo-t^-^ li ounces, that's all these famous Jockey shorts weigh. Only natural, since they're made from pure nylon tricot knit. They're a precise copy of the American best-seller shorts by Cooper, made here under licence. And what easier way to choose his Christmas gift! Simply step up to the new open-selling Jockey unit, select his size and hand your choice, cellophane-wrapped, to the salesman. Easy, isn't it? So is the price . . . 21 /-. Jockey Gift Bar only at D.J's Market Street Men's Store.

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