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Japanese On Business Trip [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Japanese On Business Trip LONDON, Saturday (A.A.P.). - Twenty-five Japanese businessmen arriv- ed in London by air yester- day from New York on a tour of industrial and pro- duction centres. They will leave for Paris by air to-morrow to visit factories on the Continent.

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

li:1 'MAIL ORDER' LAY-BY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Only SI. will secure .fr Send for Free Illustrated Leaflet. The CALENDAR TULLS YOU rut OA rei Men's precision timepiece, chronograph stop-watch ivlib nutomallc date-changer. Shock protected, luminous dial, with Swiss lewellcd movement. In ultra modern case, with un- breakable glass and leather «rap. FIVE-YEAR WRITTEN GUARANTEE Only £5/15/ CHROME WRIST BAND, 12/6 extra. (C.O.D. slightly citra.) -BARGAIN OF BARGAIN BEN Sl'liClAL: The EVER-GOLD CASINO Gent's Swiss Imported jewelled wrist watch, in EVER-GOLD case, guaranteed not to tarnish Ami-magnetic. sweep second hand, luminous dial, shock Erotected and fitted with itn rcakable glass and Icailicr strap. FIVE-YEAR WRITTEN GUARANTEE. Only £4/12/6 Stay-Gold wrist band, 17/6 extra. (C.O.D. slightly extra.) THE MONTH! Thc MARGARE! Ladles' stylish cocktail watch with convex unbreakable class and exclusive 15-jcwclled Swiss imported movement. Set in oeauiiful chrome case wlib stainless steel back. ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tragedy Comes Out Of The STONE AGE FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Truuetlu Come® Out Of The STONE AGE By A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM WHAT HAPPENS when British justice conflicts with Stone Age justice - simpler, fiercer and every whit as strict? This is the story of an Australian tragedy, which is throwing some of our legal machinery into con- fusion. r<ii>»<!>>iiiiniiiil!ll!llllllllllllllll!l!lllllllllll!llllllllllllllll!lllll «HUM I. . ON JULY 12 an abo riginal named Sell} died of a broken neck or Areyonga station, 90 mile: from Alice Springs. When white police firs saw his body, on July 13 Selly was on his back, hi: eyes staring towards th« sky under which he hac spent his stone-age nomadic life. There was some bloóc around the mouth and ears After his death lhere were stories of secret rites and primeval tribal ceremonies Last week it was alleged in Alice Springs Police Court that Selly was killed as an act of vengeance by thc Pitinjara tribe, of which...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nursed Back To Health Boy Walks Again After Two Years [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Nursed Back To Health Michael Ellis talks with physiotherapist Miss Sue Sweeny at the Far West Home, Manly, yesterday. Boy Walks Again After Two Years Michael Ellis, a freckled - faced 11-year-old boy at Drummond Far West Home, Manly, walked for the first time for two years yesterday. He was so happy he cried. With his right leg heavily braced, Michael walked hesitatingly to one of the physiotherapists, Miss Sue Sweeney. "What I want more than ever is to be able to kick a football again," said Michael. The doctors say that in six months Michael will be totally cured. Michael's home is at Tor- rington, a small town on the northern tablelands of New   South Wales. Polio had wasted his right leg, and Michael was put on to a frame in bed. In August, 1952, Michael was allowed off his frame, but doctors found that his hip was diseased and order- ed him back to bed. He stayed there until yes- terday. One of Michael's greatest achievements while in bed was to win a prize in a S...

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

M c DOWELLS Phone Orders Ring BL4051 COURTAULD'S CREPE - WASH IT WITH CONFIDENCE AND FORGET DRY-CLEANING BILLS! At Inst - a belter nftcriioon frock that can actually bc wnshcdl Styled in lovely, silky Courtauld's Crepe it features scalloped crossover neckline, tie belt and slimming six sored skirt. Don t miss out on this wonderful barsaln, at this price they will absolutely walk out so bc carly to-morrow morning and secure yours. In a beautiful range or floral tonings of Blue, Rose, Green, Lilac, Tan, Grey, and many others. Sizes W, XW, SOS, OS, XOS, XXOS. PRICE 59/6 ANOTHER DELIVERY OF BEAUTIFUL PICN'PIC COATS DESIGNED TO WEAR PRACTICALLY ALL THE YEAR ROUND So quickly were our 1st delivery of these beautiful l'ic'n'plc coats sold that wc repeated our order, so now wc arc very happy to say "Come in carly and secure yours." These coats arc really superb quality with exquisite detailed finish, man tailored from top grade l'ic'n'pic coating and still so very moderately priced. Speciall...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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My Hero's Jockey Nearly Gave Up At Turn STRONG FINISH TO WIN CAULFIELD CUP [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Gave l p Ai Turn STRONG FINISH TO WIN CAULFIELD CUV From GEORGE MILLER MELBOURNE, Saturday.-Diminutive ¡ New Zealand jockey Noel Eastwood did j not give his mount, My Hero, a chance of j winning to-day's Caulfield Cup until the ! field had swung around the home turn. j But soon af ter the filed had straightened for j the run homé he realised that My Hero was going i better than the others, and for the first time be- | came confident of success. .j My Hero justified . Eastwood's . confidence by going on strongly to beat Wodalla by a neck, ' with Most Regal third, a length away. . My Hero, a six-year-old stallion bred in New Zea -land, gave a fine perform- ance and stamped himself a stayer far above the ordin- ary. ,. Neville Sellwood, riding the ç hot favourite Silver Phantom, became a victim of circumstances and was forced to take the lead. ; Silver Phantom - was well covered by several horses over three furlongs from home, and when challenged refused to fight on. - He quickly dropp...

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

Make up your own suite-Twin Wardrobes or full size 4ft 6in Wardrobe-large selection of Dressing Tables-3ft Beds or 4ft Gin Double Size-All Pieces sold separately-Finished in rich walnut colour. Full size 4ft 6in Wardrobe fitted j with 2/3 hanging ^ space and 1/3 shelf space and 2 trays. All goods well constructed T and beautifully finished, jj SPECIAL OFFER! Gleaming CHROME KITCHEN TABLES ^ /-B Ä . ^ with beautiful Laminex or Formica fops. All colours. frlv/IO/A CUT PRICE *? ? A I * W CHROME KITCHEN CHAIRS Ä m ^ A , Limited number only, with genuine Dunlopillo seats. All colours. fr A/10/ CUT PRICE *? W IV LAY-BYS OR EASY TERMS MAY BE ARRANGED Country clients please note: Goods yacked and delivered on rail free of charge. SYMONDS FURNITURE

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

MINESWEEPING TOKIO, Saturday, (A.A.P.-Reuter)-The Korea Military Armistice Commis- sion is considering a Com- munist request for permis- sion to import two Russian minesweepers to clear mines from the coast and ports of North Korea.

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

New Swiss Discovery for Eczemas, Boils, Psoriasis, Infantile Eczema, Leg Ulcers ABOVE: Medically attested photograph of B.B. (Ballarat) on 1st September, 1952, before F"99" treatment. DIAGNOSIS: Infantile Eczema on face, ears, neck, head, arms md legs. A main cause of Eminent scientists have dis covered that thc hick of certain fatty acids in the diet reduces natural resistance and can lead to severe skin diseases. A Swiss chemist succeeded, after 10 years of worlc, in preparing from pura vegetable oils un- saturated fatly acids with nu exceptionally high concen- tration. This new Swiss dis- covery-F"99"-is n two-way treatment (working inter- nally with F"99" capsules and externally with P'99" in ointment), and lins proved remarkably effective in cases of unsaturated fatty acid deficiency - Eczema - Boils-Leg Ulcers-Psoriasis and even Infantile Eczema. P'99" is not a synthetic ABOVE: Medically attested photograph oj B.B. on 61b May, 19)}. Improvement 7 weeks after p'99» treatment; i...

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

Punters And MR. and MRS. P. A. WILSON (Mayvale, Barraba) and MISS TONI WILSON (left) at the City Tattersall'* Club spring meeting at Randioick yesterday. Mrs. Wilson wore a small white hat wWi a grey toool dress, while her daughter chose a gunmetal blue tie silk dress. Below: MRS. J. ROBERTS wore a frock of navy sculptured nylon, with a posy of white forget me-nots at the waist, when she attended ih¿ Caulfield Cup meeting M ISS BARBARA CH ALL INGWORTH irore a yellow jersey turban with her grey check suit to the Caul- field Cup meeting. Her earrings matched the clips in her lapel. Belora: MRS. A. WIRRELL, and MISSES ROBIN WINN and JOAN LEN NARTZ, all toora bal- lerina dresses to the Sydney Savage Club's party. Dancing fol- lowed a concert pro- gramme conducted by members of the club. CONTRASTING sharp- ly xoith people in over- coats at the Caulfield Cup meeting, MISS MARGARET SEAL wore a frock of tan- gerine cotton and took a chance on the weather. Below: MRS. M. V. POINT zoith MISS ...

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

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Record In Births Thtree Babies In 19 Months [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Record In Births Mr. and Mrs. Bone, and (heir three young daughters, who they claim were born in world record time, 19 months. Titree Babies In 19 Months Mrs. Mavis Bone, 22, of Narara, is claiming a world record for having three children, all single births, in 19 months. [On October 4, Mrs Gwen Power, of Parra matta, claimed an Austra lian record for single birth; with "hree children bon in 2 j months. Mrs. Barbara Robson, ir England, claimed a work record with three sons in 22 months, two days.] I..'rs. Bone said yesterday: "My eldest daughter, Mag- gie, was bom on September 23, 1951. She was a seven months baby and weighed 21b. All Premature "The second, Mavis, arrived on June 16, 1952, She .'was a six-and-a-half months child and weighed only 21b lloz. Sandra, the next, was only one month premature, born on April 25 this year, and weighing 51b 2oz. "My husband has been out of work for months, and 1 find it too hard to manage on the £4/15/ 1 g.t each week from social services," sa...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DC6s Will Replace Tasman Flying-boats [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

DC6s Will Replace Tasman Flying-boats By A Special Reporter The Tasman flying-boat service between Australia and New Zealand will be progressively closed down during the next nine months. The flying-boats will be replaced by land-based DC6 airliners. This was revealed un- officially yesterday when Australian delegates re- turned to Sydney from a civil air chiefs con- ference in New Zealand. Plans provide that by next June, Rose Bay flying-boat base will be used only for services to Norfolk Island and Lord Howe Island. Because there are no ground landing facilities at the two islands, the flying boat services will have to continue. Other Decisions Other decisions reached at the N.Z. air conference, which was held at Christ- church last week, are be-   lieved to be: Britain to withdraw   from Tasman Empire Air- ways Ltd. B.C.P.A. to be merged   with Qantas Empire Airways on the North America-Aus- tralia service. Australia and New Zea- &nb...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARIOCA CHALLENGED FOR MELBOURNE CUP [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

CARIOCA CHALLENGED FOR MELBOURNE CUP MELBOURNE, Saturday.-New Zealander My Hero is pressing Carioca in Melbourne Cup favouritism after his success in the Caulfield Cup. : Mr. O. F. Watson,1 owner-trainer of My Hero,1 said the horse probably would have his next run in the W. S. Cox Plate at Moonee Valley next Sat- urday. After that, he said, the horse's final Melbourne Cup trial probably would be in the L. K. S. MacKinnon Stakes at Flemington . on October 31. "1 think 1 would like him . to meet Carioca, just for the fun of it," he said. ' The price about Carioca now emphasises the relief of bookmakers at the defeat of Silver Phantom, in the Caulfield Cup. Has Ability ! My Hero's ability to wir the Caulfield Cup over i mile and a' half to-day, a his third run after his arrival from New Zealand o certain to cause a goo< deal of soul-searchini among Australian racini men. In his three Australian starts My Hero has won both last Saturday's Her- mit Power Handicap and today's C...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Herdsman Stakess To Spearby At Good Price SHOCK DRIFT IN BETTING [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

. SHOCK DRIFT _ IN BETTINA Despite a surprising drift in the betting, Spearby won the George Herdsman Stakes at Randwick yesterday. The horse started mainly to cheer up his seriously ill part owner, Mr. V. S. Arnold. " The horse did his part by winning | the George Herdsman Stakes. Spearby took an alarming betting drift from 2-1 to 7-2. ;? . ;. . He beat. Hans by a head in an . exciting photo-finish. SPELL POSTPONED The hot favourite, I Suncup, was beaten into third place, a length and three-quarters away. Last Saturday at Rand- wick Spearby established a record of lm 9is for six fur- longs. Spearby will be given a spell and then trained for the Villiers Stakes at Randwick at Christmas. He opened at 2-1 and, after drifting to 4.-1 started at 7-2. Spearby was'always in the box seat yesterday and, after being third away, from the barrier, chased Suncup closely to the turn. Just opposite the Leger Spearby moved up to Sun- cup, gradually wore him down and then went clear. However, he ha...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUSINESS TOPICS: Return Of The U.S. Motor Vehicle [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

BUSINESS TOPICS: Return Of The U.S. Motor Vehicle WITH a new model of the Holden expected any time, motorists were also invited by advertisements last week to stand by for special news about the Dodge. THEY probably guessi that this signifies tl first fruits of the b Chrysler manufacturé project launched in Sou Australia 18 months ago Chrysler manufaclur Dodges and De Sotos as we as the Chrysler-Plymout and products of the Auslr lian company are now in tl distributors' showroom Much of the early produ tion has been given over Dodge utilities, but the flo of ordinary cars, with main "Australian content, has al« begun. Patterned more closely c American lines, and beir bigger than the Holden, tl local Dodge has a list prie of £1,570 and the sales-ta adds another £215. That price compares vet closely with the cost of th rare, imported Dodge which are subjected to heav duties. British car manufacture! had already been losing, t the Holden,. much of thei extraordinarily complete gri on th...

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

Barometer Of Week I_ TyULL business followed catdious buying in- terest in the investment share market last week. Price falls outnum- bered gains in midweek tradmg, though varia- tions were slight and a few well-favoured issues made good advances. Some improvement in prices toas evident on Friday, but the range Of trading was below aver- age. Price index of ordinary shares (1934-100) fell on the week by 0.12-from 164.48 to 164.36. It com- pared with a loss of 0.9S in the previous week. ? HOW LEADERS FARED Last . Week's Sale. Variation. Tooth . 70/ .. dn. /6 A. C.I. 45/ .. up /6 Brit. Tob. . 37/3 .. up /3 B. H.P. 43/ .. up 16 Burns Philp.... 53/ .. Sidy. C. S.R.£43 . : Sidy. Henry Jones .. 43/6 .. dn. /6 RISES , Las» Weeks' Sale. Risc. A.N.Z. Bk. .... 41/6 .. 76 Com. Bk. Syd. £22/3/ .. 6/ Helton Coal Mere. Mut., con Assoc. News A. E. Goodwin A. C. Healing Allied Mills .. Ansctt . A. Hordern Assoc. Sec. x/d Beau Monde . Bruck Mills Canada Dry Carrier Air . Clifford Love Consol. Bcv. C...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Share To Be Noticed [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

A Share To Be Noticed A SMALLISH company, only on the Stock Ex ?/ change list since 1950, and inclined to hide its light under a bushel - such a company is Ford Sherington Holdings. One had to peer under the bushel last Thursday when the directors an- nounced a net profit for the year to June 30 of £.27,512, which was one third better than the previous year's. The profit was declared after a tax provision of £24,500, which looks sus- piciously like the old rate of 9/ in the £ rather than the true rate of 7/ which now applies. Moreover, that profit was earned in a year when sales taxation, as well as econo- mic conditions, would have abnormally affected the com- pany's business. Ford Sherington, which is really a 40-year-old business, manufactures a well-known range of travel goods, in- cluding the "Globite" and "Fordite" brands. This latest improvement in the profit was recorded in a period when other com- panies in the same field of business suffered sharp re- versals. Last month's...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEATURES "To Grace Her Fiddlers." BY A Staff Correspondent In London [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

race muer t dd Iv rs. BY A Staff Correspondent In London BY THE DEATH of Arnold Bax there falls * vacant that quaint office of Master of the Queen9s Mustek, instituted-as Master of the King's Mustek by Charles ll in 1660 "to guide and grace his four and twenty fiddlers." rp VEN people with ?*-' their ears well cocked to the beat of the musical world in Britain seem to know little about the post, and to have few ideas about who is likely to be appointed as Bax's succes- sor. Musicianship is noi the only requisite to the success- ful performance of the Mas- ter's functions. Although the post has now no pre- scribed duties it is not sup- posed to be treated as a sinecure or an honour bul rather as an official position For this reason it was said that Bax, who became Mas- ter in 1942, fell short of be- ing an ideal holder of the post. He was not cut out for official duties and found them irksome. The first Master, appoint- ed by Charles ll. was kept very busy. He conducted his 24 player...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVIEWS OF THE LATEST FILMS FEATURES "Unwanted Children" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

REVIEWS OF THE LATEST FILMS :g|^||gi|ij "Unwanted Children" Wrillcn, produced and dlrccle bv Gea Radvnnyl, nungarin dialogic. Enfilish sub-titles, ri leased in Australia by Indcpci dent Film Distributors. Arthur Somlay, as, Thc Old Mar Suzy Hanky . Thc Girl Miklos Gabor . Shorty HERE is a fine, absorb ing, moving film - almost a great film-whicl ha: been left on the shelf b; local exhibitors for mor than three years. It was made in Nungar; soon after the end of tb war by director Geza Rad vanyi, whose later film "Unwanted Women," wi have already seen. In fae it was the success of tin latter film that caused th i: one to be issued under it: present lille instead of it: original one, "lt Happencc in Europe." lt is about one of thi bands of homeless childrcr who wandered gangsler-wis« across the plains of Hungarj in the days of collapse at thc end of the war and after it plundering and, if necessary, killing with an unconcern that makes the Dead Encl Kids look like so many little Lord ...

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