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Wodalla Lands Big Cou[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Wodalla Lands Hit; Conj MELBOURNE, Sat- urday. - Wodalla, trained by Bob Sinclair for Mr. E. A. Under- wood, landed a betting plunge when he won the Iolo Weller by three quarters of a length from Redden, with Friar's Hope, third, at Caulfield to-day. So great was the public demand for Wodalla that it was 12-1 bar three runners. After rails fielder Albert Smith had laid £2,000 to £400, then £1,400 to £400, the public followed the lead and forced the price down to 5-2. Wodalla began well, but by the time the half-mile was reached Purtell had bim in eighth position, but gradually, moving forward. Continuing'the run on the inside at the turn. Wodalla was in fourlh place bebij Friar's Hope, Bisagno, ^ Pookason. j Purtell swung WodJjji to the outside, and thc field straightened was ali over. J . Sunish, ridden by M Hutchinson, who is bm a lean run, started a' j and .was always back in-« ruck. y Friar's Hope, a 2 chance, hung on well io I1 third place.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
U.S. Visit Surprise Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

U.S. Visit Surprise Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, Saturday. The unexplained arrival in tl-. United States of Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, one- time dance escort for Prin- cess Margaret, has aroused speculation in international social circles. . Thc blond 27-year-old ex Grenadier Guardsman ear- lier this year became en- gaged to Anne Gage, 21, daughter of Major and Mrs. Edward Gage, of Shrop- shire. ' They were to have been married this month. Lord Montagu went to Waco, Texas, then next day to the home of his sister, Mrs. Granger Weston. U.S. socialites are spec- ulating how long his mar- riage to Anne Gage is being postponed.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Royal Favour For Townsend Speculation On Romance Revived [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Royal Favour For Townsend Speculation On Romance Revived LONDON, Saturday.-The Queen has given Group-Captain Peler Townsend permission to retain his cottage in Wind- sor Castle grounds. This news revived speculation in Britain on his rumoured romance with Princess Margaret. Group-Capíain Townsend has not used the cottage unce he left England in July to go to Brussels as air atlnchc. lt is usual for any equerry who leaves the Royal Fam- ily's service to give up his "grace-r.nd-favour" r e s i dencc. Group-Captain Townsend was allotted Adelaide Cot- tage in Windsor Castle grounds when King George VI appointed him equerry eight years ago. These residences are thc personal gift of the Sover- eign to favoured subjects. They are usually reserved for Court officials, distin- guished service officers in re- tirement, or their widows. Adelaide Cottage is a comfortable family-sized home. It is one of about 30 "grace-and-favour" houses attached to four of the Royal palaces-Windsor, St. James, ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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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"Don't Tell The Queen" Ex-employee In Poverty [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

"Don't Tell The Queen" Ex-employee In Poverty LONDON, Saturday -A woman who oner worked at Bucking- ham Palace, pawnee ? her wedding ring re centiy for ll/-. She is grey-haired 77-years-old crippled widow, Margaret Mul linder, who lives in a London tenement. Mrs. Mullindcr pawn- ed the ring to buy food for herself and a cat. Mrs. M u 1 li n der taught the Queen, then Prin- cess Eliza- beth, sew- ing, and re m e m bers t h e P r i n cess The Queen making a scarf that won a needlework prize. Royal portraits and letters in the Queen's writing line the walls of Mrs. Mullinder's home. Her only income is an old age pension of £2/15/-. After paying for coal, gas and rent, she has less than £1 for, food. In an interview, she said: "1 don't want the Queen to know I pawn- ed my ring, it might worry her."

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

EARRINGS ARE ALIVE! EARRINGS that arc alive and grow- ing arc among the novelties that Mrs. Bernard J. Dowd, of Craigielea, Melbourne, saw and bought in New York. When she arrived at Mascot, by Pan-Am- erican yesterday, she unpacked the earrings -two little round cacti, perched in tiny shiny black china bas- kets, which dangle from their handles. The baskets arc ' little more than thumb- nail size. "Thc plants need a drop of water every week, to keep them alive," said Mrs. Dowd. "Thc earrings cost about £.2 a pair." She also bought earrings made of little chunks of real mink which, she said, sold in New York from about 13/- a pair to more than £2 for silver blue mink. The nylon stockings she bought had tops of pale blue, pink or black to match lin- gerie sets.

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

which arc talked about wherever smart women foregather . . . «ccasions like Hie Cla«»ie Meeting« al Caulfield and Flemington. Don't wait until you get to Melbourne to buy your new fur. Biber1» are thc only acknowledged Fur I'HHIIÍOM leader» in Australia. AT Hil': Tully-lei-nut Muskrat In n brwllchlnit mw Kinnie ni "Hine Mink" Icnliiilnii Hie new "liiiilHil .Swlim," liiicm "I.np" curr nml "Lily" Lulim. I'ikc ¿M unlnciin. AT I.JUT: CJIIMIIC Hunch Mink Cupe Sïnlc fcninr Inn Hie new "Monk Cowl" neckline IIIKI detachable | lulls ol Hie mime genuine Ulindi Mink, lllbcr's inlcc 250 milncim. AIIOVIli Newciil Orniicil "Mulch Itox" Jucket with ' nldn vein». In "Mlifnhiht" Seul Inc contrasted willi Komine bliiok l'rr*lm> J.miib, I'rlcc »5 «Hinein. FIRST FLOOR, RECORD CHAMBERS, 77 CASTLEREAGH STREET. N4994

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

"KEMBLA" RANGE with all ihe "Early Kooka" features Large convenient oven automatically controlled. Five hot-plate burners including large grill burner. Finished in gleaming cream or white porcelain enamel. With or without legs. "EARLY KOOKA" "44" Upright type, compact, easy to clean. Large oven, automatically controlled. Balanced drop-down oven door. Five hot-plate burners includ- ing large grill burner. Two-piece hot- plate. Gleaming cream or white porcelain enamel finish. "EARLY KOOKA" 13 Automatic Electric Range Flush titling, compact up- right range. Big oven with automatic température con- trol. Three surface hot- plates. White or cream. "EARLY KOOKA" E3 Automatic Electric Range Large capacity, elevated oven with heat control. Titree surface hot-plates. Willi or without legs. White or cream. "EARLY KOOKA" No. 5 Electric Stovetie A slovclle that grills, boils and roasts ii family meal. Plug in for immediate use. lt offers everything in quick, economical cooking. Metiers Porcelai...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE EDDIE CHAPMAN STORY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

THE EDDIE CHAPMAN STORV ... as told to FRANK OWEN by EDDIE CHAPMAN. MY family came from Ber wick-on-Tweed. The; belonged -to the sea; som« were masters, others wen pilots, but most of them wen marine engineers. My father was a chie engineer and so was hil brother-and there but for th< grace of God go I. Wc lived in a village in th« North of England amid th< woods. It was marred only bj heaps of slag thrown up by th« mines. 1 was given my first lesson: at the village school; it was dirtj and the teachers were all women Regularly 1 ducked school anc instead walked two miles to th< River Derwent, where I wouk strip and swim in 'its shad} reaches. . The great depression of 192Í robbed my father of his job and when wc had sold our treasure; piecemeal, the family took ovei the management of a pub. lt wa! .small and smelly, and for cus tomers wc relied on the mer who worked in thc dockyard and a few fishermen. At the agc of 13 I was drawing their pinti of b...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kidnapping Rouses Public Mob Fear Stops Gaol Plan [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Kidnapping Ito use«» Public Mob Fear Stops Gaol Plan KANSAS CITY, Missouri, Satur day. - Federal authorities, apparently fearing mob violence, cancelled plans last night to bring the kidnap-murderers of Bobby Greenlease here from the St. Louis gaol. Acting United States Marshal William Tatman said that Carl Hall, 37, and his paramour, Mrs. Bonnie Heady, 41, who are charged with the crime, would be held in St. Louis gaol until next week. A crowd of 500 swarmed round Jackson County courthouse here when, it be- came known that the accus- ed pair were to be trans- ferred from Federal custody in St. Louis to State custody in Kansas City. Mrs. Heady, whose flow- er garden yielded the body of Bobby Greenlease, faces State kidnap charges. Hall is charged with kidnapping and murder. Both murder and kidnap- ping carry the death pen- alty in Missouri. Wide Hunt Six-year-old Bobby was buried here yesterday. The boy, son of a mil- lionaire Kansas City car distributor, was kidnapped a week ago an...

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

YOUNG MAN AIDS JUDGE Nineteen-year-old Athol Shepphard yesterday be- came the youngest A.LC. official to have acted as assistant judge at Rand- wick. : Mr.. G. W. Lilley, who normally assists the A. J .C. judge Mr. C. Martin, was commissioned on Friday to be judge at Newcastle races in place-of .Mr. J. Hibberd. ? ? "f studied racing colours all Friday night after I was told I would be assistant judge," Mr. Shepphard said.

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

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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Wonder Yacht Coming [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Wonder Yacht Coming A Sydney business director, Mr. H. W. Northam has bought Great Britain's cham- pion eight-metre rac- ing, yacht, Saskia, in an attempt to capture the highest racing honours in Australia., The 22-year-old Sas- kia, will reacn Sydney by cargo ship, Adelaide Star, Saskia is probably the best known eight-metre racing yacht in the world, having won 83 major sailing events. Mr. Northam bought hei trom Mr. Kenneth Preston, skipper of the British six metre racing team. . Mr. Northam said yester- day: "Saskia represented Great Britain in the 1936 Olympic Games and won the Seawanaka Cup, held be- tween the U.S.A. and Bri- tain, in 1932 or 1933. Duralium Mast "If they will hold eight metre sailing events at the Melbourne Olympic Games. Saskia will be very bandy for Australia. "She is purely a racing yacht. There are no sea'ts for the crew. She has a duralium mast and is mech- anically controlled by winches." ' Mr. Northam added that Saskia's first race in Sydney probably wo...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Actress Has Job For Cubs [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Actress Has Job For Cubs I DOB-A-JOB cubs David Hodgson, 9, and Ray j *-> Hunt, 10, of the 7th Sydney Cub Pack, found a willing client yesterday in Miss Pamela Page, leading lady of "Dial M for Murder." The show opened at the Theatre Royal last night.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Swift Action On 'Pentridge Girl' [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

MELBOURNE, Saturday.- The Victorian Chief Secretary, Mr. L. W. Galvin, acted swiftly this week to have the "Pentridge Girl" removed from gaol. The girl had been placed in a private home "with good Christian people," Mr. Gal- vin said. And Mr. Galvin has order-, ed work'to:begin on a special training school to avoid the necessity of ever sending juvenile girls to gaol again. A building owned by the Government has been set aside for this purpose. The 14i-year-old girl has been in Pentridge, ; three limes, because there was no- where else to send her. Mr. Galvin said: "1 am hoping the girl will settle down in her new home. Wide Activities "I realise we may be dis- appointed, because we have been disappointed before. "But we want to do our best for her, and this is the best we can do, until we get the new training school ready." , Mr. Galvin said the new training school would be or-, ganised to give girls a wide range of activities and in- terests. "The institution," he said, "will be i...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
U.S. Cereals Yield Down [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

?ILS. Cereals Yield Down WASHINGTON, Satur- day (A.A.P.).-The U.S. 1953 corn and wheat pro- duction estimate receded slightly last month but far- mers still are expected to harvest their biggest crop in history. The Agricultural Depart- ment estimated the corn crop at 3,196,101,000 bush- els, a fall of 20,000,000 on the September estimate. The wheat crop was put at 1,163,231,000 bushels compared with 1,169,307,000, last month and'1,291,447,000 Jast^year._..

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Englishman's castle is now his home FACT'S London News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Englishman s castle is now his home FACT'S London News Bureau Debrett is calling in the demolishers because castles in Britain cost too much to keep up. Many owners of stately homes are having a wing or two knocked off to make them economic, livable houses. The Earl of Ellesmere is spending £15,000 to have both wings removed from h is 80-room Scottish seat, Mer toun, in Roxburghshire. Demolition squads are working on the Duke of Montrose's castle at Buch- anan-once the lodging for Nazi deputy-leader Rudolph Hess when he parachuted in- to Scotland in 1941. Humphrey Evans, of the National Trust, which looks after many historic buildings, said this week: "It is a trend that is gaining momentum." Do own housework .Cutting down grand houses economises on rates, heating and staffing. The impoverished nobility, can cling to family seats by doing the housework them- selves in more compact homes. An estate agent said: "Some owners of stately homes are removing them al- together and turning f...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Diary of a Doctor who tells Nervous collapse [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Nervous collapse THERE is the story of the man who walked into a psychiatrist's room sadly contemplating a piece of rope he was holding and complaining that he couldn't be sure whether he had lost a calf or found a halter. ANERVOUS breakdown is something w h i ch needs expert treat-, ment as soon as it happens. ?PMHHH Today KT^jBB when Henry l^lljllB W a I s t o n BBHBi^HI came to see Oct. 12 nie he said he was feeling very confused. He didn't seem to remem- ber very much of what went on the week before and it was affecting his work. Further, he was getting more and more uncertain about what he ought to do about things. So his wife had said last night that there was some- thing wrong with him and it was probably his health and he ought to see a doctor. After talking to Henry for a while I suggested he would be helped by seeing a psy- chiatrist. "Don't you only go to see them when you're going mad?" he asked suspiciously. "Not at all," 1 said. "They deal with' mental worries and conf...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
£25,000 for an ex-nun Men's conceit FACT'S London News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

£25,000 for an ex-nun Men's conceit FACT'S London News Bureau A nun who -walked out of a convent 1 2 years ago came to London this week as a celebrity worth £25,000. She is Miss Monica Bald- win, 60, cousin of Britain's former Prime Minister, the late Earl Baldwin. Miss-Baldwin became con- verted to Roman Catholi- cism while attending a finish- ing school at a, Belgian' cpnf vent. She was a robust, pretty debutante and her wealthy parents-tried to distract her by giving her two big sea- sons in London. She returned to the con- vent as a novice in 1913, when she was 20. There she stayed for 28 years until the Pope released her from her vows in 1941. Finds men bores She lived in retirement in a remote Cornish village for eight years writing her mem- oirs. When her book, "I Leap Over The Wall" (from the Baldwin family motto), was published in 1949, Miss Baldwin had less than-£60. Since then the book has sold half a million copies, worth £25,000 in royalties. Visiting London this week f...

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