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Actor Hits At System [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Actor Hits At System Leading Shakespearean actor Anthony Quayle to-day attacked the preferential book- ing system in Australian theatres as "appalling and inequitable." He said the system was the greatest factor working against the success of the Australian theatre. [Preferential booking allows theatre patrons to book seats by letter, and cash in advance, before lists are available at theatres or in city booking offices. By the time booking offices I open, the number of seats has often been greatly re I duced.] Mr. Quayle arrived from Perth by T.A.A. at the end of his company's Australian ¡ tour. He leaves for New ; York to-morrow. ¡ Of preferential booking he said: "I can see no good coming from it, only harm. "Bar Of Gold" 1 wonder that people are not discouraged from buying seats at the theatre. To get a seat is like asking for a bar of gold." Mr. Quayle said that the box office was the weak link in the theatre system. "Cinemas welcome patrons with wide-open arms and plush carpet...
Thousands Of Shoes To Be Seen At Fair [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Thousands Of Shoes To Be Seen At Fair TOERHAPS thc grcat l cst exposition of advance fashions ever seen in Australia will he shown at Australia's second National Foot- wear Fair to open at the Hotel Federal, Melbourne, to-morrow. lt is sponsored hy the Victorian Footwear Retailers' Association. More than 100 Aus- tralian shoe manufac- turers will show more than 10,000 new foot- wear models. Five thousand trude visitors -including shoe buy- ers and senior sales executives from all States-arc expected. Other features in- clude a host of trade mannequin parades, advisory clinic«, and daily window dressing competitions. For tlic first time in Australia a 1954 fash- ion colour card for all related clothing acces- sories will bc released, j
Linesman Saves Workmate [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Linesman Saves Workmate A linesman jumped from a 15ft ladder to drag free a screaming workmate caught in railway power lines carrying 1,500 volts, at Flemington railway yards yesterday. The men, who fell to the tracks and rolled down a 20ft embankment, are Bruce Cameron, of Ilisse Street, Bexley, and workmate, Alec Miller. Cariteron was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Auburn, with severe electric burns to thc hands and back and lacerations to the head, hands, knees, and ankles. Miller was admitted with a probable fractured skull, ruptured spleen and internal injuries. Both are in a satisfactory condition. Cameron and Miller were changing an insulator near the Flemington car sheds when Cameron, who was at the lop of the ladder, fouled the lines. i
Two Shiploads Of Travellers' Tales [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Two Shiploads Of Travellers' Tales "jV/JANY Sydney women returned from the *? Continent yesterday-when both thc Orion and the Himalaya docked together-willi lales of jobs, holidays and events on the other side of thc world. The National Children's Homes at Harpenden. Eng- land, had created a complete home atmosphere for 3,000 orphans, or children of bro- ken homes, said Lady Stew- art, who is president of thc committee for the Dalmar í---' Homes, Carlingford, when she returned in the Orion. "In thc settlement there t are dozens of cottages, each of which has a house I'mother'-or mother and father if a married couple I are on the staff. Thc child- ren in each cottage range in I age from babies up to child- ren in their teens," she said. I * ? ? THREE Sydney girls with three different jobs re j turned from thc Continent yesterday. i Said actress. Miss Wendy ' Blacklock, who arrived in ¡ the Himalaya: "I've been 'playing everything from 12 , year-olds to grandmothers I in Newcastle, En...
"Hold High The Lamp" NURSES' PEGEANT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
66 Hold High The Lamí 95» i9A GEANT IN «i sea of coloured cos- tumes, sober contrasting nuns' habits, greasepaint and hessian-gnrhed convict nurses of Sydney's "Rum Hospital," rehearsals began during the week for the pageant "Hold High Thc Lamp." lt is being produced by a combined committee of the Australasian Trained Nurses' Association, the Florence Nightingale Memorial com- mittee, the Red Cross, the St. John Ambulance Brigade, and representatives of Syd- ney's main hospitals and the Newcastle and Maitland hos- pitals. The pageant will bc staged at the Town Hall next Wed- nesday and Thursday nights in aid of the A.T.N.A. char- ities and the Florence Night- ingale Scholarships for grad- uate nurses. NURSES from St. Vincent's Hospi tal, MISSES ANN ET TE CALLAHAN, JOAN MOONEY, MARGAR- ET O'DONNELL and JILL TOOHER, dressed in nuns' habits - as the first Sisters of Charity in Australia. MISSES YVONNE LOVE and DIANE DUNN, laboratory technicians at the Blood Bank, ioho are taking part i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
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'Under Twenty' [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
'Under Twenty' Fp VENING gowns, cocktail frocks, and fashion suits for next season-all of which will retail at less than £20-arc in the "Gem" Royal Tour collection of Douglas Cox, which will be shown to buyers and thc Press to-morrow night. The "gems" ¡ire in the col- ours and trimmings-there are onyx black, amethyst wool, pearl grey, deep sapphire, and diamond char- coal. Thc Axminster carpet in Cox's dining-room inspired his design for a fine tweed, which he created into an afternoon or cocktail suit. Thc materials have been woven in Australia of 100 per cent, merino wool-in case thc weather during the Right: ALPACA weave grey and tohite spotted worsted woollen i s used in this day frock, featuring a fitted bod ice/with unusual but- ton pointed neckline. Royal Tour should be at all chilly. His answer to the battle of thc skirt is-15 inches from thc ground for people of 5ft 4in, and 13 inches for those in thc 5ft to 5ft 4in bracket. ONYX BLACK and white French lace faille is cut on...
Volcano In Eruption [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Volcano în Eruption RABAUL, S a t urday (A.A.P.-Reuter). - The Long Island volcano is again in violent eruption. Long Island is off the north-east coast of New Guinea. It is uninhabited. The volcano began erupt- ing on Thursday, but quiet- ened yesterday. To-day, great clouds of steam rose 5,000 feet from its crater. The Rabaul vulcanologist. Mr. John Best, will fly over the island next Tuesday to inspect the volcano.
Felerest Repeats Track Form ATONES FOR EARLY FAILURE IN RACING [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
. Feierest Repeats Track Form ATONES FOR EARLY FAILURE IN RACING Feierest atoned for a succession of failures when he won the Club Welter at Randwick yesterday. Feierest (9-1) beat Prince Grand «(16-1) by a "long neck, with Captain Theo (8-1) a length away third. Feierest has been one of the smartest track workers at Randwick for some time. ' But he ran badly at his first four starts this season, and could still finish only eighth when N. Sellwood rode him in the Grantham Handicap, run' over yester- day's course on October 5. Two days later, with D. Munro the jockey. Feierest showed improvement to NEW ZEALAND jockey, Noel Eastwood, who won the Caulfield Cup on My Hero. finish a close fifth to Sky Hawk at seven furlongs. He had pleased connec- tions since then, and many big bets were won on him yesterday. Felcrest's ? price fluctuated between 7-1 and 10-1, and he started at 9-1. Luck Change H. Austin laid £4,000 to £480, T. Dwyer £3,000 to £360, J. Hackett £2,000 to £240, and L. Tidm...
Ban On Sex Films [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Ban On Sex Films NEW YORK, Saturday (A.A.P.).-Thc film "Thc Moon is Blue" has been banned from Jersey City. Judge Thomas Stanton, who found that the film was a "presentation of sex," refused to issue an injunc- tion to a theatre manager who sought to prevent police from confiscating it. The Judge said thc film was "somewhat boring."
Race Attendance Below Record [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Race Attendance Below Record " The attendance at City I Tattersall^ . Club's Rand- wick meeting yesterday was 41,184 -about 2000 below last yeax's record crowd for the fixture. Through the win and place totalisator, punters invested £.120,000, and through the doubles totali- sator £50.000. On the Caulfield Cup, win and place investments at . Randwick totalled £4,400, and Quinella in- vestments £5,760. . The My Hero-Wodalla combination paid £31/11/9 i as a quinella. I The dividends were*, win, ¡£2/9/6; place, 17/6,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
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Overdue Plane Is Safe [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Overdue Plane Is Safe Civil Aviation officiais last night made a wide radio search for an Aus- ter aircraft which was hours overdue at Banks- town airport. However, the plane, which had flown off its course, had landed safely at the New- castle Aero Club aerodrome. The Auster, with two occupants, left Bankstown yesterday morning on a training flight to Griffith and back. It was due at Banks- town about 5.30 p.m. Thc managing director of the Kingsford Smith Avia- tion Service School, Banks- town, Mr. Peter Brown, re- ported the aircraft overdue to Civil Aviation officials. The Civil Aviation De- partment checked through all its radio stations between' Sydney and Griffith' before learning that the plane and its occupants were safe.
Amazing Reports from all over the World! [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Amazing Reports from all over the World! L_ '^I've found relief ol last," says former sußerer of Bronchitis. ' "I am a süßerer of Bronchitis. My arms were like phi cushions caused by injections. I took Lantigcn 'D'; when on the third bottle i found relief. I had no Bronchitis for over twelve months. The trouble is people take one bottle, perhaps two, think it's not acting. With mc it took three bottles before I felt a marked dißerence. After four bottles I was a different person."-Mrs. K.P., Perth, W.A. "Free from Colds, Catarrh, Bronchitis for 12 yeors, thanks to Lantigen 'B'." "From childhood I was a constant sufferer of chest troubles, commonly called colds . . . my doctor advised me lo take a course oj Lantigen 'li' before commencement of winter, which I have carried out, and can honestly say I have never had the sign of a cold for twelve years."-E. Rose, Sydney, N.S.W. "I had seven years' freedom from Colds and Catarrh." "Seven years ago I lay in hospital Irving to get control ...
Power Station Costs, £13¾ Million MOVE FOR INQUIRY INTO PYRMONT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
P Power Station Costs, £731 Million MOVE FOR INQUIRY INTO PYRMONT Opposition membei in the State Parliamen will demand an inquir into the cost of the ne\ Pyrmont power station ÏT is estimated that th 1 cost will reach £.13 million this year. Liberal member tor th South Coast. Mr. J. Beal&lt; said last nighi that Pyrmoc figures were "fantastic." ! Mr. Beale, also a cor suiting engineer, said Of I position members wer 1 alarmed at the way tb State Labour Governmen 1 had poured money inti Pyrmont and other work ?¿lill uncompleted. Exceeds Estimates He added that cost o Pyrmont greatly excecdec thc Government's estimate: and an inquiry should bi held to discover how mucl of this increase was due to . Legitimate increase! through inflation and so on . The inaptitude of those who administer the job. ft Effects of Governmeni interference through its authorities, ¿ommiss ions and construction committees, 'The more the Govern- ment interfered with Pyr- mont the more costs soared," sa...
CAULFIELD PRICES, TOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
r^ÄÜLjS^RSTOTEl Placed norse«. lockers. Dits, (for S/>. Win. Place. « « d £ s d DICAST Clear Springs Melarko_ FASCINATING Alcyone Coffee Royal MY HERO Wodalla Most Regal N. Allen 5-1 W. W'mson 1-4 J. Gilmore 100-1 W. W'mson 2-7 ' J. Purtell . .6-1 P. Glennon 20-1 . R. Heather 12-1 W. William- son 14-1 C. Moore 7-2 N. Eastwood 10-1 J. Portel! 14-1 N. Powell 25-1 WYUNA STEEPLECHASE Started 3.4«. . DENBEAU Happy Break Resolnte R. Dean ? f-I K. Wilson «-} F. Randall 12-1 R. Hutchinson 8-1 D. Coleman 13-2 N. Sellwood 25-1 R. Hutchinson 3-1 0. Coleman 14-1 R. Ball 10-1 COUNT NEAR Magic Mountain Sir Owen RIO JANIEKO Hyroanie Bbagno
RANDWICK PRICES, TOTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
I RANDWICK PRICES, TOTE| Race Placed horses. Jockeys. S.P. "GOOD IDEA" HATHOR ~_ N. McCr'die 4-1 JUVENILE. Fair Daughter A. Ward 20-1 Started 1.0. Wonder Lady : W. Bell ? 8-1 "GILLTOWN" BAUDELAIRE A. Ward , 4-1 YOUTHFUL. Farquhar W. Cook i-4 Started 1.35. Castlefield_A. Rich'son 66-1 G. HERDSMAN SPEARBY A. Ward ÍT" STAKES. Hans W. Toohey 7-1 Started 2.11. Snncnp_G. Podmore 5-4 CITY TATT.'S TWO BIRDIES R. Faux GOLD CUP. Great World A. Ward Started 2.45. Lord Saunders W. Cook 1 5 0 0 7 0 1 4 6 0 7 3 1 0 3 0 «» 16-1 4 7 6 1 7 0 "CHATOONA" CORRAL W. Walde ., 9-1 NOVICE. Cedrela N. McGrowdie 9-4 Started 3.33. Red Cedar_D. Carm'l 16-1 2 6 6 0 15 0 W. R. BUXTON PALISADE A Ward 11-4 0 18 0 0 HANDICAP. Count Roussel W. Cook 4-7 0 Started 4.5. Benmar_ R. Selkrig 50-1 CLUB FELCREST WELTER. Prince Grand Started 4.42. Captain Theo R. Selkrig 9-13 A. Th'pson 16-1 A. Ward 9-1 3 3 .9 17 9 Doubles tote: Hathor-Beaudelalre '£5/16/3; Beaudélaire-Spearby £3/9/; Spearby-Two Birdies £24/7/; Two Birdies-C...