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Mr. and Mrs..... [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes On The Beat [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Notes On The Beat THE Sinfonía da Camera aims to make another appearance in Sydney on March 31. Musicians think this group has so proved its quality that the A.B.C. should do everything possible to enable them to give a series of concerts this year. . . . BALLET people,, who think they are a shade closer to music than theatre peoples-are, want to know why the ballet groups are given the lowest prior- ity in advance bookings for the use of the Conservatorium. . . . IT'S almost a certainty that Serge Koússevitzky will come to Australia to conduct during the season Of 1950. Koussevitzky is the veteran Russian conductor who, in 25 years with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, built it into one of the greatest-if not the greatest orchestras in the world. The top men at the A.B.C. do not think dollar difficulties will prevent Koussevitzky from com- ing. Sydney people are wondering whether their leading double-bass player, Charles Gray, will get a chance for solo work in Kousse vitzky's rare C...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Reviews in Brief [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Reviews in Brief "Seraph on the Suwanee," by Zora Neale Hurston. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. \A7R1TING about a place one knows is an advantage. That is what Miss Hurston has done in "Seraph on the Suwance." The gazetteer probably doesn't show a place called Sawley, in West Flori- da, or other places named in the book. But they exist, all right, and they belong to Miss Hurston's child- hood. She was born at Eatonville, Florida, first incorporated Negro town in the U.S. Her father was a Baptist preacher. Perhaps that is why Arvay Henson, her heroine, is a girl of the Deep South, who "got religion" at 16 the marriage age round those parts -and kept it for five years, till Jim Meserve (one of those John Wayne characters) came along, took her and made her discard it. This is a bawdy, earthy, roisterous book. It is full of rapings, births, fights, and local colonr. It is in the tradition of "Gone with the Wind"-though mercifully shorter. And it is unde- niably a work of merit. The ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stage Whispers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Stage Whispers CICELY COURTNEIDGE re- turned to Britain from \\us tralia by air via America, declar- ing that she "would certainly go out there again." {She said it was the happiest job of work she had ever done. Her husband, Jack Hulbert, who was down ^at the London airport to meet her, said that next time he would go too.. Cicely's'first chore will be to televise "Under the Counter" for the B.B.C. . . . ONE of the most curious phases of show business in Australia rthis year will be a "concert" tour by the Hungarian hypnotist, Polgar. He will give 20 "recitals" in Australia, and will show his audiences what" he can do in the way of hypnotism, telepathy, and thought trans- ference. . .. . REGAL PRODUCTIONS, of Sydney, will manage the northern tour of a company from the Metropolitan Theatre during February and March. The company's repertoire will be "The Rivals," "Twelfth Night," and "Laburnum Grove." It will give matinees for schoolchildren in each centre. . . . f^EVIN BRENNAN, they...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIAL NEWS AND GOSSIP Travellers... Dining And Dancing... Christening [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

SOCIAL NEWS AND GOSSIP Travellers... Dining And Dancing... Christening 'TWO former world champ- ion fighters met at the Celebrity club last night when GENE TUNNEY watched the floor-show by MAXIE ROSEN BLUM (second from right), With MR. EDWIN HAMILTON and MRS. HAMILTON, whose black crepe ballerina frock had a lace bertha. Right: HOLLYWOOD character act 11 or, MR. CHRISTIAN RUB and MRS. RUB dining at Gleneagles shortly after they arrived in Sydney this week from Tahiti. Mr. Rub is perhaps best known as the model of the old carpenter, Gepetto, in Wait Disney's, "Pinnochio" and also as the coachman who drove Miliza Korjus through the park in the well-remembered scene of "The Great Waltz." Left: J IEU T.-COMM AN DER WIL u LI AM COOK, R.A.N., danc- ing at ' Princes with MRS. COOK. AQR. BEN ARNOTT and MRS. PEARL EDWARDS (above right), caught by the camera while dining at Gleneagles. Mrs. Edward's atti active scuttle-shaped bonnet was in straw. WJATCH1NG,the floorstww from the stairway at S...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Rioucis The Seven Floor ÇU bil) . JLI IA. O ii . S * famous English malten From the house of James Dutqn and of Sheffield, England, comes this handsomely designed group of silver plate. Look for the "Bugle" trade . mark on every piece-it stands for consistent high quality from the tiniest spoon to the finest tea and -coffee sets, FIBST FLOOR. Above is a four-piece tea and , coffee set in sparkling silverplate with embossed design. Tea pot, coffee-pot, covered jug and sugar basin, £ 29. "At right,, a case of six teaspoons, for. 26/6. A four-piece le» »nil coffee set in »' acml-aquat tlesljn, £19. Hammered pewter iplrit flunk» In four ilzcs-5-ozs.. 30/-I .«-n7!S., lil-: «-ozs., 40/- »nd the large 14-07-1. tile, 48/-. Also, .fine leather covered iptrlt flaiki from 42/S to 67/6. Muffin dtshei with hot pl»le. 7-Inch sire, 73/-! »-Inch, »5/^ Entree dlshe- whose lepante lids «nd bises mik« wonderfnl lindwlch trays. .Square, £11; oval £8/17/6: onion». £l/lS/% Hammered pewter tankards, fr. 3...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
30 Years At Crown St. For Matron Shaw [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

30 Years At Crown St. For Matron Shaw Matron Shaw will celebrate 3-0 j tan' s*rnce 2t the Women's Hospital. Crown Srrtet. on Toes day, daring which time 50,000 babies bare been bom there. "I have al'«.} * warned the hospital io retrain a p!ace vfcsre ¡ people «ere treated kindly and where they couki corrie for heíp ii tbey needed ñ,T ífae said j yesterday, i That is what the hospital is, i although h has grown frosn the two-'Äd building wbkb opened in Hay Street, near the ?4unkipal Markets. 55 jeacs ago, to a huge organisation with accommod?rion \ tor 360 patients. Matson Shaw is frankly deiight- ' ed. about a party whkh the board of director* of the hospital and, members of the medical, narang, ¡ and hospital staffs will give in ber ; honour at Canonbury, Darling Point, where the hospital has a 3 ¿-bed annexe, on Wednesday attemoon. She has been matron for the last 12 yean, birt if the need arises she will dean the boilers, prepare meals for 5¿0, or mind cbÜdrea while their mothers...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

ISatural Canadian Fox Cape Lay-by deposit £5 ' Notice the rich, deep tones of the^e carefully matched Canadian Fot pelts gracefully fashioned into a hip-length Cape, with rounded fronts slece-like effect, and satin lining £.24/15/6 Selection of Capes: In Silver or Cross Fox, Ermine, Skunk, Squirrel and lovely MinL. Sorry no 'Pnonf or Mail Orders FIRST FLOOR, CURZONS IN PITT STREE f

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
'Cellist Will Marry With "Violins" In Attendance [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

'Cellist Will Marry With "Violins" In Attendance Af ISS DOROTHY' SUMNER, * ?*. wfao has bees a 'cellist in the Sydney Sjmpbony Orchestra during the A.B.C. celebrity con cert seasons for the last fhe years, and who fe at present plajinz in the Italian Opera Company orchestra, wül marry Mr. Colin Alderdice at St Andrew's Caine-j ¿ral on January 29. j Miss Sumner's sisters, Misses! Roma and Heather'Sumner, who will be bridesmaids,- are also* m tai nans and played with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as '.ioiinists during its last concert season. i Miss Roma Sumner has played | with the Sydney orchestra for the i ¡an five years, and is at present with the Brisbane Symphony, Orchestra. ". ' j Tee family has a string quar-i tette. as the girls' mother, Mrs. ¡ C. J. L. Sumner, of Malabar, j also piays the 'violin. i A: the wedding, the bride's; father, the Rev. Mr. Sumner, wül . conduct the ceremony, and the! bride's brother, Mr. Donald Sum- j per. will give ber away. A recep- ; tion will be...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Beresford's Hat For The Sydney Teen-age Girls [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Beresfords Hat For The Sydney Teen-age Girls Specially made, and flown from Melbourne on Friday as looa as the last stitch was put in, Hugh Beresfords pastel" felt bat for the Sydney teen-ager, is suitable to wear with cither the nur short hair cut, or with longer hair styles. There was no Sydney-vcrsus Meibourne angle to'the fact that the hat was not made in Sydney; it was only because Mr. Beresford has been in Melbourne with the first Australian display of his models. He returned to Sydney yester- day to supervise the preview of his collection of about 100 hats, which will be given at Paterson, Laing, and Bruce's to-morrow. Mrs. Lindsay Biggins, a well known Melbourne interior decora- tor, also arrived in Sydney on Friday to arrange the decor'she has designed for the, presentation. Curtains'of grey-blue velvet will contrast etfectively with the white platform and the natural tone of the wood. ' Because he is a milliner, natur- ally Mr. Beresford thinks that women are not well-groo...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Motoring To Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Motoring To Melbourne COMMANDER F. L. GEORGE, R.A.N., and MRS. GEORGE, ^ who left early this mormnq In drive in Flinders, where Commander George, who has been in H.M.A.S, Australia, has been appointed in charqe of mechanical training equipment.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

KING STREET Square Toe Black Calf Oxford Wide Welts and Stitched Heel Your feet feel GOOD in these right to the end of the day Wide welts and stitched heel give walking ease, perpetuating the neat lines of a shoe that's every inch a "businessman's " Sizes 4 to 10, 45/-. Please add 1/6 postage to mad. orders RIGNEY S INCOMPARABLE Crepe Soled Bowler A shoe highly regarded wherever the game is played Smooth, high polishing brown calf with crepe soles for "anchorage" - wedge heels for comfort All sizes, 29/3. Please add 1/3 postage io mail ordeis

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

The A.W.A. Radiolctte is the ideal "intimate set" giving individual entertainment when and where you want it. It is excellent in performance, beautiful in appearance and is made in traditional A.W.A. style . . . the highest grade radio engineering and workmanship in the Commonwealth. Any Authorised A.W.A. Radiola Distributor'will be pleased to arrange a demonstration. *£16'1<V. MANUFACTURED AND GUARANTEED BY AMALGAMATED WIRELESS (AUSTRALASIA) LTD. AUSTRALIA'. NATIONAL WIRELESS ORGANISATION 7 YORK STREET .YDNEY . 167 QUEEN STREET MELBOURNE IN TECHNICOLOR BY BAYARD A WALT DISNEY iirlei of nevtlty French Alarm Clocks MICKEY MOUSE tells you the time with his hands - and nodi his head, too. 'DONALD THE DUCK. PINNOCCHIO poMs hit wings to Me Lovable Jimmy Cricket rocks to time and moves his head. and-fro to show this dock is going. Obtainable throughout Australia at all leading Jewellers and Stores Australian Agenti: KEITH HENRV & CO., 181 Clarence St., Sydny_

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

HOW THE "WALES" WORKS - Services Scries No. 4 SENDING MONEY through the bank > CHEQUES: Current account customers make payments through the mail by cheque. DRAFTS: The "Wales" sells drafts on its branches and agents for posting by the purchaser to the payee. MAIL TRANSFERS: The Bank will also itself undertake to make the remittance, cither to the payee or to liis ac -| count, at any branch of any 9. bank. TELEGRAMS: For urgent pay- ments, the Bank will send ¡Q money by telegraphic transfer f \ to any place where there ¡s a bank for credit of a bank J^g| account or to be paid to the * '' payee on identification. PAYMENTS ABROAD: Remitt- ances overseas may be made .in practically any foreign currency through any branch of the "Wales". Consult and use BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES FIRST BANK IN AUSTRALIA Incorporated in N>» south Wale with limited liability IT'S EASY AND IT'S FUN to Make It Yourself! THE NEW HOME WORKSHOP MANUAL is the complete answer to the problem of "What lo do with...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
So Men Will Wear Pink Pants Plan for Yearly Style Change Threatens Sunrise Shirts, Sunset Jackets, Epaulettes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

So Men Will Wear Pink Pants Plan for Yearly Style Change Threatens? Sunrise Shirts, Sunset Jackets, Epaulette? By GODFREY BLUNDEN AMERICAN men, as you may have noticed, are snappy dresserj. But that isn't the only reason for those smashing neckties ol brilliant colours and scream- ing designs. There's method in this madness. Naturally it concerns person- ality. If you are a commercial' traveller, for instance, or a machinery salesman, or just an ordinary business man-that is one among fifty or sixty million men all engaged primarily in the job of relieving the. othci fellow of his excess earnings how would you make an im pression on the prospective vic tim? By the logie of your argu- ment? So dull. By brilliance ol your conversation? So boring TVfO, you do it by wearing a "?? ' tie of such insupportable brilliance that the victim can- not possibly forget you and, when the time comes for buy- ing that windmill or wind breaker or whathaveyou, he remembers, above all others, the salesm...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The story of RADAR [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

The story of This was the invention which led a British Admiral to signal during the dark days of 1941: "We have won the war!" By PAUL TABORI w HAT are Boffins? Have you heard of "Gee"? And is "oboe" a musical instrument or can it be any- thing else? Can you un- scramble the alphabet soup of GCI and H2S? They all add up to one word: RADAR - the five letters which stand for "radio detection, finding and rang- ing." They represent the most valuable secret weapon Brit- ain invented and developed; the weapon that, to, a large ex- tent, won the war. THAT, at least, is what Ad- miral Sir Andrew Cun- ningham, now First Sea Lord of Britain, thought as long . ago as 1941. It was in the cold, clear dawn of March 29, 1941, just after the Battle of Cape Matapan, that he flashed a signal to the Ad- miralty in Whitehall. The sig- nal said: "We have won the war." It was Radar that helped to blow three Italian cruisers and two destroyers out of the water without any loss to the British Fleet. It wa...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHION DICTATES... [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

FASHION DICTÂTES... To be well dressed does not mean that a woman must bave wardrobes full of clothes ; it is io have the right clothes for the occasion. Mrs. William Paley, named the best-dressed woman'of 1948, says she buys only one or two new outfits each season, and the average woman can do no better than follow her lead. Fashion dictators who set the trends in style design their sports clothes for simplicity and perhaps a little nonsense ; their general day-time frocks on good lines-sometimes dressed up, sometimes no1; their cocktail dresses with a little of that glamour which knows no limits for evening wear. For formal and informal wear the round of the clock, there is a right style for every woman; each should find her own particular style and play it up. From the collections in Paris and London, these .styles suggest how women can be dressed for all occasions as Jeanne Lafaurie used a beautiful berry-red faille to make this draped evening gown which shows the return of the ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

The Same Make of Refrigerators for over 25 years V¿nginoored \P0MESTIC HOUSEHOLD ELECTRIC AND KEROSENE Refrigeration/ COMMERCIALS^ The D.G.M. "Regal" - one of the many "D.G.M." Display Refrigerators available for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Retailers of perishable foods find that sales are increased when goods are displayed and stored under ideal conditions. Modern "D.G.M." Display Refrigerators are designed to meet ¡ust that need; to give your goods every possible protection PLUS that essential "eye appeal." The models illustrated are but a few of the extensive*range of "D.G.M." Commercial Refrigerators available for every type of business. -+T Even if electricity is not available you can have the advantages of "D.G.M." Refrigeration. Engine driven plants using the famous "Lister" engine can be quoted for suitable models and installations. DANGAR. GEDYE & MALLOCH LTD. \ Australia's Pioneers of Electrical Refrigeration Malloch House, 10-14 Young Street, Circular Quay, Sydney. Tel. B6...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Page 2 : Bang Goes Ned Kelly . Page 3: New Look in the Air . Page 4: Story of Radar . Page 5: Films Page 6: Murder By Fire . Page 7: Tell Me, Doctor; Patterns, Cooking, Cross- word . Page 8: Fiction

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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