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Underworld Flare-up DOGS GUARDING HOMES OF GANG FEUDERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Underworld Flare-up   DOGS GUARDING HOMES OF GANG FEUDERS Some members of two feuding Sydney under- world gangs, have bought savage dogs, including Alsatians, to guard themselves and their homes. POLICE think the feud has already   resulted in a murder, two shootings, and a bomb attack.   Headquarters of the gangs, comprising about 10 criminals, are in the Bal- main and Redfern areas. One man has a number of Alsatians running in his backyard. Others have fitted alarms to their doors and windows and padlocked the doors. Crimes Blamed On Gangs Police suspect these crimes are connected with the feud: ● On April 1, a gunman wounded Maxwell Cameron, 28, former professional boxer, at Cameron's home in   Gladstone Street, Newtown. ● On July 19, a bomb ex- plosion wrecked the front of an empty house in Cham- pion Road, Gladesville, and four men were seen speed- ing away in a car. ● On August 31, Robert James Lennon, 40, of Evans Street, Ro...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Sun-Herald Complete Short Story THE SECRET INGREDIENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

A Sun-Herald Complete Short Story fME SECEEV INGREDIENT By PAUL GALL I.CO NEXT time you are toi ing the chateau coi tr> of France, you sun will drop down from t towered and mullioned ke of the Chateau Loiret to c a meal and drink the wi at the famous Auber Chateau Loiret at the fe of the castle. There you will unqu< tionahly partake ot th superb and unrivalled spc< alty ot the house. Poular Surprise. Treize M ¡nets ai find your palate enthrall' by the indefinable flavo imparted to the (owl by tl mysterious ingredient whii is the particular secret Monsieur Armand Bonnevi host and chet And like : many, many others befo you. you will attempt wit out success to identify tl famous component X whir to this day has defied lt most educated taste buds < all France. You also will encountj Monsieur Bonneval, stock' red-faced with short-cut, U| stand ing, pepper-and-sa hair, youthful-looking b cause of the energy ar kindliness in his face, an Madame Bonneval,...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Be Kind To Your Nylons [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Be Kind Ta Your Nylons D O N'T wear your charm bracelet when you are putting on or taking off your nylons. rpHERE isn't a woman who at one time or an- other hasn't bemoaned a lad- dered stocking. And whether she is wearing her sheers or her serviceweight, the "run" is none the less an aggrava- tion-not lo mention an expense. Careless handling of ny- lons makes them snag and run. These pictures of Mrs. Ken Youdalc and Miss Judy Ann Clark show you what NOT to do with your nylons -if you want them to earn their initial outlay. WHEN getting out of the car DON'T rest your leg against the car step, and step clear of door hinges. IF your shoes have decorative trimming, DON'T drag them on or off quickly and DON'T rest them against your other stocking. DON'T push your hands into nylons, especially with long nails. IF you drop your handbag DON'T stoop dotan suddenly. Bend down slowly and, if possible, first loosen the suspender on your stocking.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEEK IN POLITICS P.M. OUT TO WIN FRIENDS—AND VOTES By OUR POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

P.M. OUT TO WIN FRIENDS-AND VOTES By OUR POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT The Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, goes off from Canberra next week to do some novel political campaigning '?- one of the first sighs that Federal politics aré really warming up for next year's big bailie. T EA VING the affah ;*-J of parliament t j his deputy, Sir Árthu 'Fadden, for the las íweck before parliamen jgoes into recess, Mi ^Menzies will make a Nev ISouth Wales tour that I ¡frankly an election cam Ipaign in preview. I The novelty is thai |neither Mr. Menzies not ILiberal Party organisers, |who have arranged the ;tour, are looking for ^national publicity. In ?nfact they are shunning "it. No announcement is /intended. :"-{ Canberra journalists, ¿who usually (our with the aprime Minister on such occasions, have been .warned that it won't be , worth the trip this time. . Mr. Menzies is guarantee- ing to say nothing new, iVmake no announcements. &-by personal contact. |îïe Will Visit í^s--" tEach State í¡ Ë...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mending Even A Few Hearts [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Mending Even A. Few Hearts SAVING a stitch in time for more than a dozen years has made it almost possible for the women of "Stitches," thc "Bachelor Mending Service" in Bathurst Street, to tell thc character of a man by the socks he leaves for darning. About 2,000 pairs of socks pass each year through the hands of Mrs. E. M. Cooper, r anager of the service, and her staff of one taiioress and four seamstresses. "We can guess from the pattern, and the colour, the amount of wearing, and any home-darning whether their wearer is quiet or careful or the m an-a bout-town kind," says Mrs. Cooper. "We darn socks, sew on buttons, mend tears, alter clothes to fit . . . and I like to think that at the same time, we mend-ultimately, perhaps-a few hearts and a home or two." Times Changed In the early years of the war, Mrs. J. Smith, who now helps her husband on their dairyfarm near Coffs Harbour, started the service for bachelor Servicemen. But times, people, and clothes have changed since then....

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Red Areas Have Swelled [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

IB «MV Red Arcas Have Swelled These maps graphi- cally illustrate the strides Communism has made in the Far East since the end of World War II. They also show how the scene has changed in other respects. For instance, India and Pakistan have won in- dependence and be- come full members of the British Common- wealth. Indonesia has changed from a Dutch dependency to a repub- lic. The Philippines havt independence. But the principal change in the map has been the growth of arcas which are Com- munist-occupied or dominated, as witness the enormous territory of China, Tibet, and parts of embattled French Indo - China now under Communist influence.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

fresh air, walks and good food. For a few days do as you like. You are to consider yourself an entirely free man. The only thing is if you want to go to town you must take someone from here with you. It is not possible for me at the moment to give you a military pass." ILEFT von Gruñen to explore the chateau. It consisted of eight bedrooms, dining rooms, a lounge, office and kitchen. Next to the building stood a gardener's house. This had been furnished and was given to me. Radio communication was carried on by three operators in a small bedroom at the top of the house. A clothes cupboard, locked when not in use, held the various wireless sets. There were sets for running off the mains and, in case of a breakdown, sets which could be run .off batteries. The transmission took place between Paris and Berlin, and also with some station in thc south of France. Another interesting part of my little house was downstairs-a laboratory. Around the walls stood various chemicals in sealed glas...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY DOGS BATHURST [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

BATHURST 4te BATHURST. - FAY'S MONEY <8-D. 1: Space Master (6-1), 2; The Skate (8-1), 3. Vi len.. Vi len. Time, 31.4a. Scr.: Patsy's- Pride. BATHURST MAIDEN.-ANNI- VERSARY BOY (2-1). 1; Treasure Bid (4-1). and VIN'S SILVER (5-1). dead-heat. 2. Len., dead-heat. Time, 31.7s. KELSO MAIDEN, No. 1. PLEASURE CARGO (5-4) aod SUPER TAM (6-1) dead-heat, 1; Bail's Best (8-1), 3. Dead-heat, lVi len. Time, 18.9s. Ser.: Mareesha. Isl BATHURST.-THE TELE- GRAM (6-4), li Ariadne Lass (4-1), 2; The Garclle (2-1), 3. Hd., lVi len. ' Time, 31.1s. 2nd NOVICE PLYING.-PAGAN CHIEF (5-1), 1; Pretty Review (6-1), 2; Chief Money (5-2), 3. Len., 5 len. Time, 18.1s. Ser.: Invading Time. 3rd MACQUARIE. - /BAN RAINBIRD (6-4). li Grand Morse (4-1), 2: Parquita (3-1). 3. Nk.. 2 len. Time, 34.5s. KELSO MAIDEN, No. 2. - FOXY'S MIST (even), 1: Flashing Look G-l)i 2: Dainty Sign (6-1), 3. Vi len., 2 len. Time, 19s. 4<b MACQUARIE. - LAKE BIRD (2-1). 1: First Score (even). 2i Greer/ and Yellow (8-1...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FINAL STRUGGLE IN BIG AIR RACE British Plane First Home [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

FINAL STRUGGLE IN BIG AIR RACE British Plane First Home The British - European Airways Vickers Viscount transport plane competing in the handicap section of the London-Christchurch air race reached Christchurch at 7.20 p.m. last night. Though the Viscount was the first of the handicap competitors to arrive, the winner will   not be known until the Dutch Douglas   Liftmaster has finished and handicaps have been worked out. The Dutch Douglas is expected to reach Christchurch   about dawn to-day.   Makers Watching   The Dutch plane landed at   Darwin from Java at 4.1? p.m. (Sydney time) and landed at Brisbane at 10.50 p.m. It took off again at 11.27. The Vickers Viscount, landed at Essendon (Melbourne) at 2.27 p.m. yesterday af'er a direct 3,600 mile flight from   Cocos Island, in the Indian Ocean. The plane took off again for Christchurch at 2.44 p.m. and   finished the race 40 hour...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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Girl Athlete For Australia Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Girl Athlete For Australia Staff Correspondent LONDON, Saturday. - One of Britain's most pro- mising young women high jumpers, 17-year-old Audrey Bennett, of Essex, is emigra- ting next month with her parents to Adelaide. This year she cleared 5ft. lin to finish fourth behind Sheila Lerwell, Dorothy Tyler and Maureen Hudsin in an English championship. Audrey's ambition is to compete in the 1956 Olym- pic Games in Melbourne.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORLD SPOTLIGHT Cheers—and Some Boos For Tories [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

WORLD SPOTLIGHT _ Cheers-and Songe Baas ¡Far Taries From COLIN BINGHAM, in Margate IT IS GENERALLY agreed that the annual conferences of the British Conservative Party, at Margate last week, had less than usual the atmosphere of mutual admiration. OF course there was plenty of admiration in the air. Long before Sir Winston Churchill came on Saturday to Mar- gate Winter Gardens, to claim the homage which is his due as both national and party leader, admira- tion rose in waves from the floor of the great hall. lt enfolded Anthony Eden, who entered from the wings c* the platform like th J smil- ing star of new some play entitled ''Prince Rupert Re- turns." Indeed. Lord Salisbury who had to sum up the con- ference debate on foreign affairs because he had been Acting Foreign Secretan during Mr. Eden's long ill- ness, declared he felt like an understudy who had to play a leading role in the presence of the star him- self. How much of a star be- came apparent when Eden -"buoyant, pink-chee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

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Social News And Gossip [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

SoviaÍjYotrsA ndGossip ABOUT 60 COLOMBO PLAN students went lo a garden party yesterday. Their hostess was Mrs. Allan Footl, who invited more than 100 Sydney people lo meet them at her home at Turramurra. THERE was one woman among thc students, Miss Mercedes Conception, of Manila. Syd- ney guests included Rear-Admiral and Mrs. H. B. Farncomb, Rear-Admiral and Mrs. J. B. Stevenson, thc vice-president of the Victoria League, Mrs. H. H. McNall, and Mr. McNall, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Coburn. Overscase guests includei the First Secretary of th< Pakistani Legation; Mr Ahmed Ali and Mrs. Ahme( Ali, and Mrs. Theodon Eyton-Patterson, of London who came with Mrs. H. W K. Mowll. * ? * ON Saturday, wet or fine thc Old Ncwingtonians Union plans to hold thc Col lege War Memorial fete ir tile college grounds at Stan< more. Proceeds of thc fete, which will be opened by Brigadier C. E. Chapman, will aid the building of a war memorial science block at the college. Before the ope...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

 self-setting curly-cut Cool Wave FOR ONLY The smart curly-cut has been perfected into a comfortable, easy-to-mannge, self-setting cool wave by thc expert hair stylists at Sister Vimard's Salon. You'll be delighted with the way in / which this style falls into soft, deep ( waves, so easy to manage you can s arrange them yourself. Mr. Barnard or ¡7"^ Mr. Douglas will supervise your I'er manent wave and are also specialists in to * 1 layer and feather cutting, shaping and X^sf çû/* styling. -s=~i^¿5¡yl A friendly eonéultation for advice on your hair entails no oblipation. 3rd Floor, 139 KING STREET, SYDNEY. Sister Vimard S£ttä8

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MERE CHATTER... [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

MERE CHATTER . - . 'T'HE final flourish yesterday of a fairly hectic *. Spring Race Week, which, in length of parties, stretched for 10 days . . . which included the Ball of the Year-the Black and White; thc Mad Night of the Year - Naughty Nineties "Darkest Africa"; dozens of other parties, including die Government House cocktail party that began it all, and one of the best fashion spectacles of the year-the men in their impeccable morning suits and toppers at Randwick for the first time in a decade. The week's highspots: . The overwhelming majority of black or white and black and white dresses worn to the B. and W. Ball, in contrast to last year's half magpie, half colour. . Some of the coloured beauties: Mrs. Reggie Gas kelt's palest pink jersey dress; Mrs. Peter Yates' Haming red taffeta with a bull-like skirt. . Wedding dresses mak- ing second appearances at the balls: Mrs. David Lloyd Jones won a third prize for her white organza wedding dress; Mrs. Gra- ham Crouch (Barbara Sho...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lord Howe Grant Govt. To Fix 5-Acre Limit [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

. Lord Howe Grant Govt. To Fix 5-Acre Limit Some Lord Howe Islanders will lose lease concessions granted by Mr. Clive Evatt while he was Chief Secretary. A member of the N.S.W. Gover nraenl said this last night. He said some islanders would not be pleased with a Government move to grant them leases in per- petuity. The Government had in- structed the Acting Chief Secretary, Mr. McGrath, to prepare a bill on the island's land tenures. "Evatt Had Not Authority" 'The new legislation will limit residential perpetual leases to -five acres,"- the Government member said. "Mr. Evatt had granted several families leases in excess of five âcres.. "Mr. Evatt had not the authority to grant the leases. 'The leases were not ap- proved by the Caucus or Cabinet, and have been held up in the Stamp Duties Office." He said Mr. Evatt's action had caused protests by other Lord Howe residents, who claimed that: . Holders of leases gran- ted by Mr. Evatt would be entitled to sell them to any- one without r...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hydrogen's Easy Win Sound Cup Trial [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Sound Cup Trial Hydrogen deligbi his Melbourne Cup si porters when he « yesterday's Randwi Plate under restraint five lengths. The win earned '\ owner, Mr. E. R. Willie £1,484 and took Hyd, gen's totak earnings £51,029 - £5,396 j, than Phar Lap's Austral! record. Hydrogen will proba) have his next start ¡n i W. S. Cox Plate at Mo« Valley, followed by a mj the L. K. S. Mackim Stakes at Flemington lis days before the Melboa Cup. If he pleases his owner these weight-for-age race is likely to run in tbe Coj Hydrogen started at 4-1 yesterday and preserved! unbeaten record of odds favourites in all four wei{f for-age events this catii? Friendly Feeling (5-1)i second, with a gap ol length and a half Reformed (25-1). The other runner, Pw (10-1), dropped out to fi last. Head On Chest Jockey N. Selim allowed Hydrogen to ga] straight to the front aral was not challenged at ¡ stage of the race. With his head on bis A Hydrogen led by two taj from Priory in the sba the first time round. Sellwood ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

See how beautifully and economically you can dress yourself for Summer! 3i yds. of PRINTED ^ÊlÈÉ[ W,* ' 5 yds. BAYADERE 4\ yds. PURE IRISH 4 yds. CONTINENTAL 4$ yds. of PRINTED 6 yds. of SHOT POPLIN al 22/6 yd., ^fpA^ / ORGANZA at 15/11 LINEN at 21/9 yd., IRIDESCENT COTTON, CREPE at 10/11 yd., TAFFETA PLISSE at with pattern makes Mfr '^^^m $ yd-> w'fb patter», with pattern, makes with pattern, makes with pattern, makes IS/ll yd., with Ü dress for £4/4/2 1 cmts onl? £4/3/10 '<? dress for £5/2/2 a dress for £2/7/11 a dress for £3/2/9 pattern, for £6/3/3 HORDERN BROTHERS FABRIC FASHION SH© Come to our Fabric Fashion Show of new Vogue and Butterick styles this week-five exciting days of helps, hints, mannequin parades and fabrics to aid and inspire you to make your own individual frocks for Summer and save money. Anyone can sew with Vogue or Butterick Patterns. MANNEQUIN PARADES DAILY AT 12.15 p.m.. 1.15 p.m. and 2.30 p.m. ON THE FIRST FLOOR See these inspiring new Fabrics...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

OORIA RACING CLUB SPRING MEETING, Í953 ineral Entries Close 3 p.m. i Tm., 13th October, 1953 BUST DAY, SATURDAY, 31st OCTOBER, 1953 S WAKEFUL STAKES I £1000-One mlle and a lonarter (For three-year-old ?dosed), K. S. MACKINNON STAKES I- £2000- OD« mlle and qurter (Standard weicht for ice). CTORIA DEBBY- £6000 One mlle and a halt (Entries closed). IE CANTALA STAKES-£2000 I-One mlle (Entries closed). tOTHAM HANDICAP-£1500 ?One mlle and a half (minimum ?handicap weicht 7st 31bj) KCOND DAY, TUESDAY, 3rd NOVEMBER, 1953 HUBDLE BACE-£1000 Two miles. 1ILWAY HIGHWEIGHT HAN ?DICAP- £ 1000-Six forlones ^(Minimum handicap weicht IE MIMOSA STAKES-£1000 '-Fire forlones (For two-year old Fillies. Special welchts with _penaltles). ?ELEODENE CUP- £ 14.000 [land £550 trophy) Two miles (Entries closed). IM YEAN STAKES-£1000 One mlle (Minimum handicap «IrM 7st 3lbs). .I1RD DAY, THURSDAY |5th NOVEMBER, 1953 .jEMBEB HUBDLE BACE TSJOOO-Two miles and a half. 59,1.. MOOBE STAKES £1500-Five forlones (For _Jwp...

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RECORD RANDWICK RUN BY SPEARBY Stable Decides Against Start In Cantala Stakes [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Stable Decides Against Start In Cantala Stakes Despite his record-smashing run iii the Chester Handicap at Randwick yesterday, Spéarby will; not run in any race during the Melbourne Spring Carnival. --:'M Clipping half a second off the six furlongs record at Randwick, Spearby defeated La Hey by three-quarters of a length with Suncup, who was responsible for the record time, half a neck back in third place. *" Spearby covered the six furlongs in lm 9is - half a second better than the Randwick record held jointly by Gold ; Salutë, Soho, Chap- erone and Warspite. . J' Spearby is entered: for the Cantala Stakes and several other spring races during the Mel- bourne campaign. $imcup Sets Field Merry Pace However, his connec ins have decided to by ss those races and set e gelding for the Villiers akes and the Carrington aies, both of which will run at Randwick in 6 Christmas-New Year nod. Spearby put up a great rformance to win. He was fifth on settling down - and had moved through into se...

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