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The Actress—And The Atom Scientist [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

PROFESSOR HARRY MESSEL and MISS PAMELA PAGE. The Actress-And The Atom Scientist T.NTO aii atmosphere of critics and actors, cream A cakes and cocktail sausages, iced drinks and hot coffee (time about 5 p.m.; place, thc lobby of the Theatre Royal) came the Actress-Pamela Page, only woman of thc cast of five in "Dial M for Murder"-and thc atom scientist, Canadian nuclear physicist Professor Harry Messel. The girl, who has been a murderer, a suicide, and an escapee (on the stage), and who says, "My life is so normal," had a reason to be there. The party was being given by J. C. Williamsons' to introduce the cast to. Syd- ney. The man who talks of space ships, atom bombs, and who likes his life to be "anything but normal," had no real reason to be there, but had a very. good time of it. "Isn't he sweet," cooed Miss Page to the assembly at large, as she leaned down to talk to Kit Taylor, school- boy son of actor Grant Tay- lor, who strangles her during Act 2. "I keep very friendly with G...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wave Of 'Flu In N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Wave Of 'Flu In N.S.W. The Deputy Director General of Public Health, Dr. Cummins said yester- day there had been a big wave of influenza in Sydney and other parts of the State, particularly in the north. "Around this time of the year, severe lassitude and fatigue are common symp- toms of ordinary flu," be said. Last month influenza was widespread in Queensland, and spread to northern New South Wales. Sufferers w_exe, mc^ined to keep fall- ing asleep."

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

MRS. C. SAUNDERS and MRS. HAROLD DOCTOR icere pre- pared for the cool breeze ichica blew across Pittwater for the opening day of the Broken Bay branch of the R.M.Y.C. yesterday -both chose light iceight woollen suiis. THE SALUTING GUN ¡or the Broken Bay branch o] the Royal Motor Yacht Club being checked by the Club's Publicity officer, MR. NORMAN TAYLOR, and MRS. TAYLOR before the start of the club's 1953-54 activities yesterday. jjggjgjgj^Sffi«^^-. MR. CLAUDE RAINES rowing his son, JOHN, HELEN PARKHILL JUDITH RAINES, MRS. RAINES and MISS JESS CURRIE pom the R.M.Y.C. club housc at Horseshoe Cove to the cruiser Ancyra, where the party watched the opening day review of boats yesterday. FULLERW murra),U

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MY HERO RISES SHARPLY IN CAULFIELD MARKET Strong Run To Take Herbert Power H'cap. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

MY HERO RISKS SHARPLY IN CAULFIELD MARKET Strang Mt a it To Take -Berberí Power iVvup. From GEORGE MILLER MELBOURNE, Saturday. - My Hero was elevated sharply in the Caulfield Cup market as a result of his win in the Herbert Power Handicap at Caulfield to-day. Windsor, who was second, also was promoted. My Hero's performance so impressed doubles bookmakers that they also made him second favourite to Carioca for the Melbourne Cup. He was brought to Aus- tralia from New Zealand to win the Melbourne Cup. Bookmakers were able to determine the Caulfield Cup market after to-day's racing and now have only two fav- ourites instead of three. The market is dominated by Quite Talk and Silver Phantom. The latter, on his Epsom success, deserves his place if form disclosed this after- noon may be accepted as a fair average assessment of the quality likely to oppose him next Saturday. My Hero's performance was one of some merit, because he was last at the half-mile, and his strong finish leaves no ...

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

^niiuKci) aim anu ONSON yforld Famous Lighters. ~~ Noir obtainable at re- duced "badge!" price*. ANDREW MCGEE Smokers' Gift ' Specialise. 70 Pi« Street, t Castlereagh St. H ST. JAMES

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PROOF BY MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

PROOF BY MATCHES Jockeys A. Mulley and G. Moore used matches to show the stewards at Randwick yesterday how Lord Forrest met with a check near the home turn in the Final Handicap.. Ridden by Mulley, Lord Forrest was beaten a short half head by the fast fin- ishing Lord Saunders. Mulley told the stewards that Idlewild (G. Moore) moved out slightly, causing him to check Lord Forrest Moore denied Mulley's allegation, and MuUey asked Steward Mr. J. Bourke for matches, to illustrate his argument. Both Mulley, and Moore used the matches oh a table in front of the stewards. Apprentices --G. Frank-, land (Royal Tower) and P. Burkhardt (Royal Eagle) also gave evidence, but the stewards found that Lord Forrest was checked when both Mulley and Moore went for an opening where there was insufficient room "for. two horses. * The stewards warned both Mulley and Moore against such practices in future. They also - pointed out that evidence given by the four riders was conflicting.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MY HERO HAS WIN Trainer's Tactics Surprise [?]n Barfleur's Brilliant Win [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

HY HERO HAS WIN MY HERO outpaces Windsor (No. 4), Hardw ay (No. 8), and Winemaker (partly obscured), . ^ C' Caulfield --._ra.-.^ yesterday. 'rainer's Tactics Surprise n Barf leur's Brilliant Win MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Bold plans for the Sydney colt Barfleur ucceeded when he hung on gamely to win the Caulfield Guineas to-day by lalf a length from Cronus with Elco n a close third. 'rainer Frank Dalton meted jockey Bill uer to use Barfleur's :d in an effort to win the race, and the plan succeeded. Melbourne critics ^ con- demned Camer's handling of Barfleur, who is raced by UNDWICK PRICES, TOTE Placed hones. Riders. ¡DEN QUEEN OF ALL R. Selkrie, IMTI 6 . 13 01 PES. Kislion McGrowdle 40-1 [md 1.1. Belle Tirage N. Sellwood 12-1 . IPNBURY I. EMPIRE N. Sellwood 5-2 18 3 Mazooka G. Moore 8-11 ?ted 1.4». Grey Phero W. Cook 13-2_ J£9F< CONNAUGHT W. Cook 5-1 1 10 0 ?"ÇAP Star Crown N. McGrowdie 7-1 led 2.21. Royal Forest N. Sellwood 5-2 _ BLWICK HYDROGEN N. Sellwood 1-4 0 ,« 9 Frien...

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Hope's Bowler On Loan [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Hope's Bowler On Loan BOB HOPE, Ameri- can comedian, bor* rowed a bowler (o drive off in an ex- hibition golf match at Battersea, London, funfair. It made him keep his head up.

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

id a mons ng animal :n he was 'e, where he akc of soap ly coloured ; s was away . plansmen be tactics. They I been laken eaten. Five ed on Men ' king practice ir clubs and into the air the handful Menyamya ne returned St"; r" McCarthy ivith the ex thought the lld go back aw tribesmen I ' the white B ations, Mc-v e, would be eks later a cCarthy was . ictantly, he bowman in fired just as oosed. The leen. to the dead I he was the :en flown to most unpre that ever ! McCarthy, j <u Cooks ide : men are en a couple e first sign will accept it she cooks the story of epulsed her Ivances and for him. er, wrapped irge roll of d it lightly ' then tooii* house as a thered their . the feast, was half the family heir daugh ot find the for revenge ousin. vornan and n'st ever to Kukukukus rice Black rd lecturer TI 16 years "S convinced ), shortage is, at least a ' jtory cause 'hey regard ,J's meat." 5 ;"i the field I'lave found ^'ial as well Vsm. Some :>cir enemies '.d the bod lead as ...

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

STILL YOUNC at 50 Don't Ut "middle age" get you down - that dull, listless feeling, that achine hank can bt due to sluggish kidneys. That's because kidneys are Nature's way of removing harmful acid» and wastes from the blood - ' lazy kidneys can cause disturbed nichts, snelling, aching Joints,... headaches, rheumatism, etc. Koop your kidneys "on the Job" ; by taking Ooan's Backache Kid- ney rills. Dcian'a should bring you swift relief, as lt has to people all ovor the world. Get . Doau's without delay, and feet younger, better, brizhter.

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YOUR WEEK BY THE STARS A warning for Arians Aries Mar. 21 to April 21 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

V Y O U R WEEK BY THE STA R S A warning for Arians Aries Mar. 21 to April 21 Oct. 16-17 adverse, but Oct. 11-13 very favourable. Main thing to watch is a ten- dency to feel that every- thing's right and that you're on top of the world, when, in fact, you need much sober thought about all that you undertake. The stars are very separative and de- ceptive in effect Oct. 16-17; watch all interests closely. -jr Taurus April 22 to May 21 There are very helpful stars Oct. ll to 13 and 15, but Uranus is active and in adverse aspect Oct. 16-17. It may be that some things will have to come to an abrupt end, but you'll be wise to hold over any major decision or action until after Oct. 18. A new and disturb- ing friendship for some. ^ Gemini May 22 to June 21 Oct. 16-17 adverse, but the rest of the week very fair. The Sun and Neptune are in conjunction squaring Uranus; this usually means that you'll be inclined, through bad judgment and enthusiasm for things not good for you, to wreck something...

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COURT CLEARS ARMY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

PJRT CLEARS F ARMY .MILAN. Satúrela: AÍA.P.).-A militar; 'ó'urt last night aa vt ¡Suspended sentenet rj a journalist whc jlJed Italy's war time §§res in Greece the "I ; you army." us ended one < 's most controversi since (he war. lc journalist, Ren/ fIsaid (he Italian Arm d the occupation int ve feast." had been charged wit ling the armed forces ido Aristarco, editor c ^periodical which pul d ihe article, was foun y of abetting the def« on and also received ffended sentence. FFICERS' HOTELS itnesscs told of wartimt n occupied Greece, will Ulcers' hotels which fed willi women," ol lakinr on trains and in approved brolhels. : prosecutor denied :he galions, saying that mosi |he Italian soldiers in ¿ce had malaria "and re ; in no condition to mit the amorousness de |d." Gonlroversy ragod around fgrnain points-wheiher it |a crime to criticise thc cist Army and whether Icivilians could be tried à military Court. I

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

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Crashes On Road Increase [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Crashes On Road Increase Good luck, not safer driving, was responsible for the decline in road deaths, in New South Wales, the Acting Commission- er of Police, Mr. W. R. Lawrence, said yesterday. Mr. Lawrence said, "A disturbing and false air of complacency seems to sur- round too many road users. "Our roads have not sud- denly become safer places. "Recently-published road toll statistics for the' year ended June 30th show a sharp drop in deaths on the road. "This in itself is a very grand thing. SPEEDING, LIQUOR "However, the statistics also show there has been a sharp and alarming rise in the number of road col- lisions during that same period. "It is pure good fortune that the increased number of collisions has not result- ed in an increased number of deaths." Mr. Lawrence said that speed and driving under the influence rernained the major causes of collisions. "I believe our only hope of permanently removing these dangers from our roads is a strict and never ending enforcement o...

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

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VICTORIA HAS FALL OF SNOW [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

VICTORIA HAS FALL OF SNOW MELBOURNE, Saturday. -Snow fell within 14 miles of the city to-day. A resident of Somerton, an outer suburb of Mel- bourne, reported that snow was falling, but it was too light to settle on the ground.

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Love's Loss FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

i Love's Loss 1 FACT correspondent ¡ : Accused of over- ; ; charging at Newport, ; ; England, a storekeeper ; ; unsuccessfully made ; ; (his excuse: ; ; "The boy clerk and ; ! the girl clerk did not ; : have their minds on ; : their work. They mär- ; : ried a month later." ; x.«.?.?.????.>....?...'?

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THIS WEEK.. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

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

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Parties Last Nught In Town [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Parties Last Nught In Town Studying their programme before the openina perform- ance of "Dial M for Murder" last night were MISS MAR- GARET POWER and MR. GEORGE DUNCAN. MRS. HECTOR ROSE attended the opening of "Dial M for Mur- der" at the Theatre Royal last night wear- ing a strapless black lace dress. Her hus- band is one of the five stars of the play. BELOW: MISSES JENNY JEFFREY (Mosman) and WENDY FREEMAN (Killara) at the Old Sydneians' Union cocktail party at Sydney Grammar School last night, after the G.P.S. Combined Athletic Meeting. MR ALAN COWAN, of Taree, with MISSES JUDY ODGERS of Vaucluse,. JAÑN DAVIDSON, of Rose Bay, and MR. GEOFF HOWARD, of Elizabeth Bay at the cocktail party held last night by the Old Sydneians' Union. The Cónsul-General for China, DR. MARTIN WANG and MME. WANG, with MRS H. A. SHOWERS, ioho was among their guests at a reception at their home last night to celebrate the 42nd anniversary of the Republic of China. MR. VICTOR MAXWELL deputised for his fathe...

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