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Love forced a pastor out of town FACT'S New York News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Love forced a pastor out of town FACT'S New York News Bureau Love which blossomed between pulpit and pew has upset the lives of the families of a pastor and the wife of one of the church deacons. Thc pastor, Charles D Riley, 30, of Wincheste; Baptist Church, Memphis Tennessee, has resigned a the request of the board ol deacons. Leaving his wife and three children, he has gone to La Crosse, Wisconsin, and taken a hotel room. : Church worker Mrs. Kath- ryn Gadd, 30, has left her husband, deacon Buford Gadd and two sons. She is staying with her brother in Des Moines, Iowa. First, she instructed her lawyer to file a divorce suit unless her husband did so before her. The Rileys had been mar iried 10 years and the Gadds ii 12 years. Apologised gently Riley, a cheerful-lookinj man with wavy hair, ex plained that Mrs. Gadd cam< to him more than a year agc to tell him she loved him. He was not in love with her then, and suggested thal she and her husband change to another church. ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Leucotomy In 300 Brain Cases TESTS SOON [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Leucotomy In 300 Brain Cases TESTS SOON More than 300 mental hos- pital patients may have leucot- omy operations if two, soon to be performed, are successful. A special committee will decide Milich of the patients are suitable for the operation. Nation-wide Interest The first two operation will be discussed by head of mental hospitals fron each St?te at a special cou terence on Thursday. Thc operations will no be the first performed ir Sydney but they will be the first directed by the Slate Government on men- tal hospital patients. ¡ The ir.ental hospital offi icials will meet in private ¡bul will later issue a state jmcnt on leucotomy. I Psychiatrists, who will imeet to-morrow, Tuesday |and Wednesday, will also 'discus., the pending opera- tions, j Neuro-Surgeon Brilliant \ N.S.W. Inspector-Gen- eral of Mental Hospitals, Dr, Fraser, said last night there was nationwide in- terest in th operations. I "The Sydney neuro-sur- geon who will perform the 'opérations is regarded as fpnc of...

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

í- We believe that once you've seen and priced thc 1 / Crosley Shetvador "9" you'll never be* satisfied with *' .1 I v any other refrigerator on earth! ,1 ! "Piribil Tl ....^.I : ': \ Set votar heart on a CROSLEY Set your heart, on Crosley "care ¡ree" defrosting-you'll never lift a finger. Crosley gives you the most convenient and completely automatic defrosting system ever developed! There's nothing to turu on-nothing to turn off nothing to empty! . Defrosting is complete, even the defrost water is evaporated automatically. The whole job is done so quickly that frozen foods have no chance to thaw. Tk Set your heart on Crosley convenience- look at the big, roomy shelves completely recessed in the door!' You'll have twice as much food where you want it-in front, in sight, in reach. Look at the convenient level of CroslcyV lowest shelf . . . it's easy to reach without stooping and straining. T*T Set your heart on Crosley beauty-and have the world's most beautiful refrigerator. Tliii i...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cabinet To Revise Call-up NEW SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Cabinet To Revise Call-up NEW SYSTEM Federal Cabinet next week will consider new methods of selecting National Service train- ees next year. Commonwealth officials expect that more than 4,000 youths who will be eligible for service next year will be surplus to the training facilities. Cabinet will consider: . Ballots for hardshii cases; . Increasing thc standart of medical fitness rcquirec for trainees: and . Extending the present system of exemption foi hardship cases without bal lots. Thc surplus has developed because of a restricted Ail Force intake, a higher de- gree of medical fitness among 18-year-olds than was expected, and natural population increase. Ministers are anxious to preserve a system of univer- sality not only for defence, but also for national fitness and social reasons. Youths after their training have grown taller, heavier, and fitter. Ministers believe thai camp life and its mixing of youths from different walks of life has had a beneficial effect. Benefits Of ...

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

JOHN MORRIS BRISBANE, Sat- urday.- A round-the world traveller had his journey cut short to- day-43 hours and 500 miles after it began. He is John Morris. 16, of Cooranbong, N.S.W., who stowed away on the British freighter Gloucester on Thursday at 5.30 p.m. To-day Brisbane water police put him on a plane which took him to Sydney. He will complete his journey to Corranbong, by train. "I waited until 5 a.m. Fri- day, when we were well out to sea, to give myself up," said John. "The captain wouldn't give me a job because he had a full crew, but he didn't lock mc up. "After this trip, I know for sure the sea is the only life for me. "But I went about things thc wrong way. Next week L will go and ask the shipping companies for a chance."

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
M.L.A.'s Illness [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

M.L.A.'s Illness LITHGOW, Satur- day.-The Independent Labour member for Hartley, Mr. J. Chal- mers, M.L.A., was stricken with a serious heart attack at his home in Mena Street, Home- bush, to-day. He is in hospital and doctors think it will be at least three months before be can take up his duties. Mr. Chalmers was ordered a complete rest from Parlia- ment last month, but con- tinued to work on his State Coal Mines Authority in- vestigation. He is in Ash- field Masonic Hospital. Doctors have instructed that he should have no visitors before to-morrow and then only close mem- bers of his family.

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

ÀÏRLliXER'S . FOSíTIÍXiNf The 'Dutoir Douglas air- liner ir. the London-Chrisi church. air race Tadíoed at ? 1.35 a.m. that' it 'was ;125.~ miles south-ean : ot .Lord Mow; Islam...' At 2*.15 a.m. .* it re-iort=d that il was flvîng' "'? at 19.500 feet. (See pase 1)

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Her Home's Now In Singapore [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Her Horned Now In Singapore FORMER Sydney residents, Mr. and Mrs. Ewart Brisbin, now living in Singapore (he will arrive in Sydney next Saturday for a short visit), have a new home that combines the in- formality and good looks of their lovely harbour flat at Point Piper with an eye-catching collec- tion of wrought-iron furniture specially designed for them in New York for the Malayan climate. A traveller's palm ti stands sentinel on t smooth green front law in front of the Brisbii sprawling, low white bu galow, typical of mai Singapore homes, but tl interior is decorated Californian style that givi it a distinctive and ind vidual look. In Sydney the Brisbir were well known for the informal parties, frequent! held in the glassed-in ba cony of their flat; and i Singapore they like to entei tain on a wide stone-flagge patio, around which th house is centred. DRAMATIC Singapore guests cxclain st the dramatic New Yorl furniture, which was hand made by an American mas ter of wrought-iron...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Her "Tales" Are Mouth-watering FROM A STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Her "Tates 99 Are 3M&M$th-tvutering FROM A STAFF CORRESPONDENT TVTEW YORK, October 10.-"Hunger is thc best preparation for ^ tasting," says Clementine Paddleford, whose day consists of stating, testing, eating, talking, reading and writing about food. Miss Paddleford tries to satisfy the palates of 12-million U.S. readers with a yearly output of over half a million words. No one in history has writ- ten so much and so dili- gently and, according to many qualified observers, so well on the subject of food and drink. She writes a daily food column for the New York "Herald-Tribune," a weekly magazine piece for "This Week," and a monthly column for "Gourmet," a magazine that caters to the culinary precocities of people who do not have cul- tivated tastes but enough money to satisfy them. Probably no one in the world is so articulate and rhapsodic about cooking in general as Miss Paddleford.. Her writing style is a curious mixture of urbanity and folksiness. As sophisticated as m...

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

|"Quick Quiz** Examination «»TI* ANY 'written' examinations at American .i^A universities can now bc taken without thc candidate writing a word-and a machine corrects thc papers," said Miss Barbara Fawkes, who arrived during the week after taking u B.Sc. in nursing at Columbia University, U.S.A. Miss Fawkes was one of the mechanical examiner's victims. She answered a 200-qucstion paper in sur- gery in two hours-writing nothing but her name at the lop of the paper. But although she did not write, she used her pen all thc time. MISS BARBARA FAWKES "Thc examination paper was set out like a magazine's 'quick quiz'," she explained. "lt said 'Which of these .statements is correct?' and offered three alternatives to every question. All that was necessary was to go through il. underlining the right words. "The paper was put through a machine which was set to follow a correct pattern of underlining and slopped and knocked off a point when thc pattern was wrong. "This system is being used for...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bride Carried Fresh Irish Shamrocks [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Bride Carried Fresh Irish Shamrocks npHERE was country and interstate interest in * many of the weddings which took place in Sydney yesterday, and brides chose a diversity of fabrics to make their bridal gowns. I^RESH shamrocks, whose roots were brought from Cavan, Eire, and a tiny lillie shoe-an Irish lucky charm -were carried by Miss Jean- ette Barter, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. I). Barter, of Strathfield, ¡it her wedding at St. Martha's Church, Strathfield, to Mr. Neil Mc Gloin, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. McGloin, of Strath- field. A gown of white organdie guipure lace, and nylon net, was worn by the bride, who was attended by Misses Joan Potts, Helen McGloin, and Lois Huxtable. The bridegroom was at- tended by Mr. Justin Bre heny, as best man, and Messrs. John McGloin and Jim McMullen, who werei groomsmen. . J Nylon Tulle GUESTS from Muswell brook and Casino were among those who attended a reception nt the Pickwick Club after thc wedding or Miss Barbara McLean and Mr. B...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOP PRESS CHINESE NOTE ON KOREA [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

STOP PRESS CHINESE NOTE ; ON KOREA ; HONG KONG. Sunday.'. I ( A. A.PV-ReuterV-The, Chin- | ese Prenn'er, Chouv:Eri-lai,: ' told!tbs United Slates in a;*' Note lo-day that China and North Korea agreed, to ap- point representatives ito meet'; U.S. representatives to dis-., cuss questions concerning the Korean political confer- ence. ' 1

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tiny Quadruplet Battles For Life Matron Hopeful [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Tiny Quadruplet Ila ii les For Lile . Matron Hopeful ~. ELLIS HUDSON, lather ol the quads, is still laced with poverty follow- ing deaths ol his babies. He flew to Sydney last; week, bul .returned immediately lo Gil- gandra when he heard ol the first death-that ot his daughter Margaret. riOCTORS at Crown Street Hospital give Terry, last surviving member of the Hudson quads, a 50-50 chance of living. The medical officer on dut) yesterday afternoon reported: 'Terry's condition is quite sat- isfactory. He has picked up since the air trip. "He is still a very small baby and his. condition cac change hourly." Plane Dash Fails To Save Betty The Hudson quadruplets, three girls and Terry, were born at Gilgandra Hospital on Tuesday. Margaret and Pauline died on Wednesday night. . Betty and Terry were rushed to Crown Street Hospital by plane on Fri- day. Betty died on Friday night. Matron Blair, of Crown Street Hospital, said yesterday that Terry had a good chance of liv- ing. "He is having t...

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

Colour, colour & colour Hair Cosmetics by Helena Rubinsteiá Right this minute is the time for you to get your hair in shape for summer, so that you can enjoy swimming and sunning with a minimum of fuss, a maximum of cool, tidy beauty Tint and don't tell - Colour Tint Rinses Helena Rubinstein's Colour Tint Rinses make it possible to change your colouring as casually as you change your lipstick. Blonde, brunette, silvery or red head, be whatever you are to the hilt. Be it with verve and sparkle and decision. Colour in a Sachet - It's fun to try, rewarding in results, and completely safe. Choose among 12 marvel- lous shades and change your choice as often as you change your mind, because these easy-to-use rinses wash out with the next shampoo. Colour Tint Rinses, only 3/6. Wash your hair with glamour-Colour Tone Shampoo Wouldn't you like to make your hair come alive with glorious colour? Helena Rubinstein's Colour Tone Shampoos wash your hair with flattering younger colour, do ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW LAW HELPS MARRIED WOMEN IN SOUTH AFRICA [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

MR. AND MRS. DAVID ROONEY, after their wedding at St. John's Church, Ashfield yes- terday. The bride, {formerly Miss Joan Storey, is the only daughter of the late Mr. F. J. Storey, and of Mrs. E. Storey, of Wiley Park. The bridegroom is the only sort of the Senior Crown Prosecutor, Mr. C. V. Rooney and Mrs. Rooney. NEW LAW HELPS MARRIED WOMEN IN SOUTH AFRICA T TNTIL Hie enactment of recent legislation in the Union of South Africa a married woman was classed as a minor, without any right to pro- perty-even a separate banking account-and her husband could will the children to the care of anyone he wished. At least 75 per cent, of thc married women of South Africa would benefit from the law on property posses- sion, according to Mrs. C. M. Marshall, of Durban, im- mediate past president of the Natal branch of Federated Women's Institutes of South Africa, who returned during the week from the A.C.W.W. conference in Toronto. "I don't know the details of the new Act," she said yesterday, ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Has Prosperity Come To Stay? Mrs. Australia Buys A New Hat And Economists Approve By A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Has Prosperity Come To Stay? Mrs. Australia Buys A New Hat And Economists Approve By A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Mr. and Mrs. Australia are starling lo spend their money a little . more freely-a saucy new hat to wear willi Mrs. A's new summer frock anti a new suit for Mr. A. They had begun lo look a lillie shabby re- cently because they buttoned up iheir purses last year when Mr. A. was pul on part lime and some of his work-mates were laid off. Now they believe thal things look brighter and thal they can safely spend more freely. TV/TR and Mrs. A., in other words, have reached the conclusion that we are more prosper- ous than we were 12 months ago and that we shall probably stay pros- perous for some time to come. Most of thc economists think' the same but their study of the masses of statistics which come from the Bureau of Census and Statistics make them qualify their general conclusions with some pro- visos. The economists, in brief agree with Mr. and Mrs. A. that things are brighter...

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

CANDID COMMENT By ONLOOKER   AMID all the excitement and fictitious alarms over the peace-   time explosion of the first atomic bomb on the Australian mainland, has anybody paused to recall what happened when the first atomic bomb was discharged in war? Woomera is a harmless experiment, conducted far from inhabited areas. Hiroshima was ghastly, wholesale tragedy. It is well to remember the reality behind the tests now going on. The A-bomb and its hideous successor, the H-bomb, are not scientific playthings. They are the implements of mass des- truction being perfected and stored in readiness for war. Early last year I stood on a little hillside looking down on the reborn city of Hiroshima -name of terror and doom. Anybody standing there on the cloudless morning of Aug- ust 6, 1945, would have seen the swarming city and 100,000 of its 265,000 inhabitants shrivelled up in an instant's searing blast. Thousands of others were horribly burnt. Of central Hiroshim...

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

HALV1C "ALB^N" outdoor íurnifure offers the maximum ' comfort. Tho seat is in tha inviting sleopyhollow shape, built and finishod in tho well-known Halvic quality standard. Available in individual, 3Fl, 4ft, 5ft and 6ft sizes, in full colour range, at your favourite store. If unobtainable ring JX 2443 BRILLIANT LIVINGSTONS DAISIES A now Dwarf Border and Rockery Plant of most vivid colours. Box 50 - 5/6 Box 100 - 10/6 Free Delivery. WADDS CASTLE HILL ROAD, WEST PENNANT HILLS. UA4I82 OPEN EV1ÎIIY DAY. EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE Beautiful Carmine Hose, hardy profuse flowering variety, Jean Haercns. Ideal for porch or Karden n I/i ITAtf^H specimens. Well-grown plants. NOW '/*» *-^VV.n. DELIVERED FREE ANY SU BU RD - PACKED FREE FOR KAIL. FOR CAMELLIAS-AZALEAS-SHRUBS-TREES, eic. JJ3141 GAMBLES, Tile Norlli Shore Nursery, 855 PACIFIC HIGHWAY, PYMBLE. OPEN EVERY DAY JJ3012 SPECIAL OFFER LILIUMS Gladioli Chrysanthemums 50 LARGE BULBS 12 dl>le. Chrysanthemums .. 7/6 including: 3 Pink Tiger Lilies...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sun-Herald SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1953 THE SPOTLIGHT IS ON AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

SUNDAY, OCTOBER ll, 1953 THE SPOTLIGHT IS ON AUSTRALIA IIKE the poet' who -' awoke to "find himself famous, Australia has sud- denly become conscious of being a centre of world ' interest and attention. A series of events have com- bined to throw the spotlight on a country long accus- tomed to the idea of geo- graphical remoteness and comparative insignificance in international affairs. During this past week we have waited for the first atomic bomb to be exploded on the Australian mainland; Britain has pressed negotiations for the purchase of a big share of our newly discovered ura- nium resources; some of the world's fastest jet air- craft, sweeping through to New Zealand, have empha- sised that Sydney is now within 24 hours' flying time from London. Eminent British states- men and scientists, once the rarest of visitors, have converged on Australia, and presently, in token of our developing relations with America, we shall have as guest the vice President of the U.S.A. Thus to be ...

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