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Wins Final [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Wins Final Mary Carter, winner of [ - thè- -girls' junior singles tmeiat Strapi

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Hate Session" Against Press TURPIN'S OWN IRON CURTAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

. ."ïïate Session" Against Press TURPIN'S OWN IRON CURTAIN From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT NEW YORK," Saturday.-Britain's middle- weight "hope" Randolph Turpin seems to have set out, by a one-man campaign, to wreck Anglo American relations. Last week both Ameri- can and British newspaper- men all but gave up trying to penétrate the "Iron Curtain" which Turpin has thrown up around his training camp, where he is preparing for his world title fight with Carl Olson on Wednesday. British newspapermen agree , that Turpin either is suffering from neurosis caused by the after-effects of á car smash Be was in- volved ' in several months ago in Wales~or that he has a private "hate" session of his own. American' sports ' writers have not been 50 kind. One headline in a New York newspaper this week ran, "Sir Turpin's High Hopes" and the story said in part, "'is Royal Tghriess has de- cided-that newspapermen are bothersome pests ?. . . Now why does the bum think any- one wants to talk to him?" By t...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A raw show for U.S. fliers hits London FACT'S London News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

A raw show for U.S. fliers hits London FACT'S London News Bureau Producer Jack Hylton has changed the name of his new London musical show which has run for two years on New York's Broadway. The Broadway title was "Having Wonderful Time." Hylton has altered this to the other half of the old postcard message by calling it "Wish You Were Here." Presumably his aim is to make the show's juvenile ex- cesses more palatable to starchy English audiences. Its box-office success at the Casino Theatre, Soho, is assured, lt is booked out for weeks ahead. But the audiences will be mostly teenagers and service- men on leave, especially American airmen now sta- tioned in thousands in Britain. The airmen flock to Pic- cadilly and Shaftesbury Ave- nue every weekend but an order has gone out that they remain slightly less conspi- cuous by not wearing uni- forms on leave. Crudities Critics call the show crude. It is full of cuties, muscle men, co-eds, campus kings and bikini-clad bathing girls. "Manche...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Politician As Cook [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Politician As Cook A British Government Minister, who arrived in Sydney yesterday, flew as cook in a transport plane during the London to Christchurch air race. He is Mr. John Dennis Profumo, 38, Under-secre- tary for Civil Aviation. "I was one of the crew of British-European Air- ways' Vickers Viscount transport, second in the handicap section," he said. "During the 40 hours 40 minutes it took us to com- plete thc course I cooked eight full meals for thc 12 members of the crew. No Complaints "1 cooked meals of steak, chops, sausages, peas, pot- atoes, carrots, and brussels sprouts, and made tea, cof- fee, cold drinks and sand- wiches. "There were no com- plaints. I even ate the meals myself.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Diary of a Doctor who tells This fibrositis [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

This îîhrositis DOCTORS, like other people, sometimes differ. There are varying views about fibrosilis, even to doubting whether it really exists But those who suffer from it think differently. "TT A VENT seen you the past three or four days," said the Junior Physician to the Junior Surgeon at afternoon tea in the Honoraries' Room to- day. mBmmi^mam "Had some ?^WpBSB fibrositis," said B lï'iïi'Jl ' n e jur"or HBWfMMlM Surgeon, r»"* it briefly. fJCU 1Z .Tne junjor Physician laughed cynically. "Don't you know there's no such disease. Someone called it the refuge of the diagnostically destitute," he said. "It would be nice if they had an attack," commented the Junior Surgeon, in a voice of calculated cruelty. "I suppose they don't be- lieve in lumbago, either? "What's your view, sir?" he asked the Senior Physi- cian, who had been standing by. "I would call fibrositis a useful term for near-surface pains due to a variety of causes not yet understood," was the Senior Physician's answer. ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

WHITE ANTS or BORERS ATTACK 9 out of 10 HOMES GET A FREE FLICK INSPECTION W. A. Flick & Co. Pty. Ltd. will check all timbers on your property. Carry out regular Maintenance Inspections. Pre-treat new timbers. You can rely on your local "Flick Man." His address is in your telephone directory. Over 100 service branches throughout Australia. Head Office: 164 Pitt Street, Sydney. W. A. FLICK & CO. PTY. LTD. MA6856-7-8. And In all main towns throughout Australia. Remember! One FLICK and they're GONE

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Vest-pocket snooper Up-to-date spies FACT'S New York News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Vest-pocket snooper Up-to-desf® spies FACT'S New York News Bureau Diplomats discussing State secrets in the otreets of Washington are in danger of being overheard from 40 feet away. i'ocket-sj'zed voice re- corders called Minifons have become standard equip- ment for spies and even social eavesdroppers. The German-made Mini fon is liin thick, 4iin wide, 6}in long, lt weighs just under 2ilb, costs about £100. The miniature wire re- corder can be slipped into a man's pocket. A tiny micro- phone clips behind his tie. Behind closed doors The Minifon will record coversations across a large room, or even in the next room behind closed doors. The gadget was intro- duced by its West German designers for police and security work. It was reported last week that the Russians were try- ing to buy up the entire production of the factory. Several American, news- papers have bought Mini- fons for their reporters. Some stores have also in- stalled them so that employ- ees can hear what customers ar...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

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Car Strikes Woman, 76 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Car Strikes Woman, 76 A 76-year-old woman was gravely injured when she was knocked down by a car in Centennial Park yesterday. She is Mrs. Elizabeth Veronica Narracott, of George Street, Paddington. Police said that she is not expected to live. They said Robert Win- ning, 47, of 'Carr Street, Coogee, was driving his car down a road neär Oxford Street, when the woman was knocked down. Car Damaged Winning's car mounted the footpath, crashed into a tree, and was badly dam- aged. Central District Ambu- lance took the woman and Winning to St. Vincent's! Hospital. Sergeant W. Grebert, of1 Paddington, is ia charge of I inquiries.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fears On Israeli Clash 43 Die [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Fears On Israeli i Clash 43 Die LONDON, Satur- day (A.A.P.).-The' Big Three are seriously concerned over the flare-up on Israel's border. Israeli, troops attacked the Jordanian village of Kibia, cast of Lydda, on Wednesday night. They killed 43 Arabs. The Foreign Ministers of Britain, France and the U.S., who began talks on world problems yesterday, gave the flare-up priority in their discussions. ' When the talks began, the U.S. Secretary of State, Mr. John Foster Dulles, and the French Foreign Minister, M. Georges Bidault, approv- ed a protest lo Israel which Britain made yesterday. BRITISH PROTEST The British protest ex- pressed "horror" at such a violation of thc Israeli-Jor- dan agreement, and deman- ded that those responsible be brought to justice. The French and U.S. Governments will probably send similar protests to Is- rael, observers believe. The "Times" correspond- ent in Amman (capital of Jordan) says that 7,000 people demonstrated there yesterday against the Jews. ' A s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Tenanted Houses and Shops Sales Completed Every Day Specialty Selling WILLMÖRE&RANDELL Real Estate, Ile CASTLEREAGH STREET. BW4411. After Hours, FU8034 Air, Nylon and sneer genius: Mesh 'Footrests Mesh 'Footrests' are airy miracles of comfort ^because half of them isn't there r- it's air instead. The half that's there is beautiful. The half that's not feels beautiful. It's air that coolly surrounds your foot. It's a thousand tiny win- dows of nylon mesh! Arched under this nylon-and-nothing is "Footrest's' famous 'Freedom forepart' last. So you have comfort you never dreamed of in the coolest shoe you ever wore. There are three heel heights, and every size - the baby-heel shoe goes up to size 12. 1^ £5 / Fractional fittings. C3 «J O EARLY 'PHONE.ORDERS, B0150. FASHION ARCH SALON, THIRD FLOOR.

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Trinidad Star May Run Here [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Trinidad Star Mar Ililli Here Hector Hogan's chances of winning the Empire Gaines sprints should be known if Trinidad sprinter Michael - Agostini competes here next year. The Amateur Athletic Union of Australia bas sent an invitation to the West Indian. Nineteen-year-old Agostini is the fastest known sprinter in the British Empire. He is the early favourite for the Empire Games double-the 100yds and 200yds. He holds the Jamaican 100 yards (9.4s) aird the 220 yards (21.1s) titles. His 100 yards time is .ls ?faster- than, the Australian record which Hogan set last season! . . Recently in Jamaica be beat the U.S. Olympic Games star Andy Stanfield over. 220 yards. American officials with the Û.S. team immediately offered Agostini a scholar- ship at one of the American universities. The secretary of the ¡ Australian Amateur Ath- letic Union, Mr. A. Hods don, has invited Agostini to run here. His invitation followed ad- vice received this week from Germany, France and Lux- embourg that st...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
down the fairways Wilson's Good Golf Year [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Trr~r" .?m mi mue down the fairways Wilson's Good Golf Year NINETEEN - year old Les Wilson, who led the Ampol field after the first day, is a lad with a golf future. This is his first season of serious competitive profes- sional golf. His successes so far .'in- clude: Monash "masters" title with 71 (one under par); ' Oatlands purse, 67 (three under); Victoria Park, Queensland, purse 67 (two "under); runner-up to Nor- man von Nida in the Queensland open, only one stroke behind. Wilson, who is assi tant to Eddie Anderson at Strathfield, hits a powerful tee shot but his greatest strength . is his short' iron game. He has reached the front the hard way-by persistent practice, at every possible moment. TO win the same cham- pionship after a lapse of 25 years is a feat given to few men. Arthur Spooner, Kensing- ton low-marker and member of the N.S.W. Golf Asso- ciation achieved it the other day. Back iii 1922, Mr. Spoon- er helped form the Far South Coast and Tablelands Golf Association a...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO Track Records Go At Moore Park INTERCLUB EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

[INTERCLUB EVENTS - By FRANK TIERNEY Brilliánt early season form by Bill Butchart (Botany) and re- tention of his All-Schools form by John Cann helped them create track records yesterday. They were competing in the first series of the Ath- letic Association's inter club premierships at the E. S. Marks. Memorial Ground cinder track in Moore Park. Butchart, of the Botany club, clipped, two-tenths of a second off the inter-club 440yds record when he won his ç.vènt in 48.9s. The previous record was jointly held by Jack . Mum- ford (Sf. George, 1938) and Bob Solomon (University, 1952) at 51.1s. Butchart, who is 20 arid a senior competitor; holds the Australian junior 880yds record of lm 55i8s, a dis- tance af.which he seems des-, tined to be one pf Aus- tralia's best runners. Cann, in the under 16 competitions, made inter club records iii the 220 yards and the 90yds" hurdles. His time of 22.5s reo-:ed by 3-10s the record which Peter Mcinnes (Canterbury) made last year. In .the 90yids hur...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Gemini smû leilira hopeful. © First part of thc week is very favourable for those born under Gemini, and the same hopeful out- look applies to most Librans. .fc Aries Mar. 21 to April 21 Propitious stars from 3 a.m. Oct. 18 to 7 p.m. Oct. 22; adverse Oct. 24. The good stars favour al- most all things, with em- phasis on partnership, mar- riage, finance, travel, legal matters, and the settling of troubled personal problems. Taurus April 22 to May 21 Oct. 18 to 23 propitious; Oct. 24 adverse. This is a time for con- structive effort, with keen concentration on one thing at a time. Saturn is now in your House of Partnership, and this will mean the necessity for greater effort, sounder generalship, and a very down-to-earth policy in all things. Gemini May 22 to June 21 Oct. 19 to 21 is very, very favourable for all things which could affect your hap- piness and prosperity. Oct. 24 is adverse. This day marks the entry of Saturn into your 6th House -meaning much harder work, the need for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

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Here Is The First Full Account Of The Part 1 Of A Series Exciting Exploits Of A. SEA WOLF of THE PACIFIC [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Here Ms The First Entt Account Of The Parí 1 Of A Series Exciting Exploits Of A . . EA W Til By A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT . THIS IS THE STORY, told in English for thc first time, of a German merchant raider which cruised near Australia and New Zealand in World War II, and sank seven ships, including the big liner Rangitane. The disguised enemy merchantman was the Komet, The Australian Navy compiled few records of her movements during the war, for she was usually listed simply as an uniden- tified raider. ilillillll^ LIVING in Sydney to- day, is a German mi- grant, fair-haired, English speaking cx-journalist Karl Mertens, who served as a gunner and radio operator in the Komet. In a tiny suburban residential room, surrounded by a litter of maps, photo- graphs, souvenirs and Ger- man magazines, he told me last week the story of his j ship's cruise of havoc, and ! its hair-breadth escapes from destruction. The Komet was one of five German raiders that \ hung like wolves round the Í vital ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The SHADOW OF FADROUK FEATURES By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN LONDON WHEN KING FAROUK swagger- ed through the Abdin Palace in Cairo, it was said that his shadow was not tall and fat; it was short and fawning and had substance, the substance of a smooth Levantine figure named Karim Tabet, mysterious and evil adviser to his Majesty. T AST week Karim Tabi ' was pushed into th hard cruel light as he stoo before the Revolutionär Tribunal on charges c ! treason; and he got n [sympathy at all from th , people. The Tribunal, which wa established to carry out j purge in Egypt soon aflc ¡General Naguib came t power, alleges that Tabei ¡through graft and influence made a fortune of mor than a quarter of a millio pounds sterling. I All that was corrupt i; thc old regime, all that wa ! morally degenerate, is ti j many Egyptians symbolism I in the strange career o Karim Tabet, the man whi i sat behind thc Throne. I He does not look an evi man. He has a remarkabli charm, of manner and i witty Murn of speech in ! variety of languag...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEATURES Life And Death Of An Eccentric FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Am Eccentric . FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE_ An odd, rather brave, some- times rallier silly, curiously kindly and altogether impossible old man was found last week with his shot filled head bowed down among a clump of rhododendrons on his West Country estate. HTHE man who tried ti to make peace witi Hitler, the most noble Has tings William Sackvilh Russell, twelfth Duke o: Bedford, 64, one of thf last of thc great traditior of blue-blooded British eccentrics, and fourth richest man in Britain, had reached the end of his storm-filled life. For 55 hours, troops with walkie-talkies, commandos, sailors, police and estate workers had searched for the Duke since he disappear- ed with a gun at 7 am on October 9. This man with the hook- nosed, medieval face, which had come so strangely to resemble one of the parrots to which he had devoted much of his life, died acci- dentally, according to the finding at the inquest. , He had probably been oui hunting a hawk, which had been attacking his belove...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

"Koneray" Pleats For flattery ... for elegance, nothing equals a Gor-ray skirt, . designed in England, tailored and hand finished by English craftsmen in fine summerweight wool. Hordern Brothers present this new version In grey, overchecked in jgreen, saxe and red. m mr Waists, 24"-30". &5'J7'6 SKIRTS, SECOND FLOOR-LAY-BY NOW! otton.. ; m the coolest, prettiest, most practical frocks in which to spend a City Summer! DRESSES, SECOND FLOOR LAY-BY NOWt Far left: Striking Chambray, grey, charcoal and black stripes picked out with sulphur yellow, hat draped neckline, controlled fullness In skirl. Sizes SSW. to W. £8/7/6 Above left: Pastel Everglade, flower-patlerned pink, blue, aqua or gold piped and belled in black, Big whirl skirt and flyowoy revers. Comes in suet XSSW. to W. £5/8/6

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