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

Popular-10" 78 r.p.m. B2I043H-Just Ono Girl; Bc My Little Baby Bumble Bee Doris Day with Paul Weston B2I067H-Tell Us Where the Good Times Are; There's Nothing as Sweet as My Baby Guy Mitchell «nd Mindy Carson B2I089H - Playmates; Shoo-Fly and Apple Pan Dowdy Jimmy Boyd PI7I37H-Somebody Loves Me; lt's a Sin to Tell a Lie Johnny Meyer (Accordion) 10" LP. 33'/) r.p.m. B074I3R-"An Evening wi« Liberace" Presenting, Llberaco's uniqut piano technique with orch»s tral accompantmant Classleol-12" LP, 33'/j r.n.fit. A00135L-Tchaikovsky- PioM Concerto No. 1 In B Flat Minor, Op. 23 Alexander Uninsky (Piano) The Residency-Orchestra (Hagu»> AVAILABLE AT ALL MUSIC STORES

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Credulous Go For "Cast-offs" From Our New York Office [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Credulous Go For "Cast-offs" From Our New York Office TN Hollywood, land of *? fabulous make-believe, auctioneers make a pretty penny selling off the cast- off effects of movie stars. Old furniture, books, shoes, even underwear, are bought by star-struck fans al special "celebrity auctions." At one of these disposals, John Barrymore's custom-made girdle recently brought 35 dollars. The first of the great cele- brity auctions was held in 1926, shortly after the death of romantic, sleek-haired Rudolph Valentino. In an outburst of mass hysteria, thousands of per- sons stampeded their way into the hall. In thc ensu- ing babble, the "suckers" poured out almost 100,000 dollars for suits of medieval armour, antiques from Granada, and crusader's lances owned by their be- loved "Rudy." All of Valentino's movie costumes went on the auc- tion block, his collection of fine books, and his four stallions. At the most "stupendous, spectacular, colossal cele- brity auction" of them all, for every w...

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

OLYMPIC GIRL OUT OF OAKS MELBOURNE, Saturday.-A techni- cality will prevent Olympic . Girl, winner of the Caulfield 1000 Guineas this afternoon, from contesting the Oaks Stakes at. Fleming- ton. >' ' Olympic Girl is i.helig- j ible for the Stud Book because, a return of. foal ihj was not made by her breeder. On the form disclosed in the 1000-Guineas, Redes wood, a Sydney illly who. -was backed heavily to start second favourite at 7-2;' will take a. great deal of beating" in both the Wakeful. Stakes .Önf) and the Oaks Stakes. .vShe will be better'suited ;by the longer Stretches and :niore sweepings turns of Flemington. " ?From Last Olympic Girl was last as the field topped the" hill at theTfive furlongs, but. she finished brilliantly to heat Chez Paree'by a neck with Redeswdod a - length "and a half away third. .: It:.was--;the second success tor Olympic Girl.: She won j aTBendigo, maiden handicap over a sprint course three months, ago. ^ . She, had .'run some splen- did races, an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FINANCIAL REVIEW F. J. Palmer Closes The Debate [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

I FINANCIAL REVIEW J F. J. Palmer Closes Tfee Pebate TT*. J. PALMER HOLDINGS, thc largest men's wear retailer in thc Commonwealth since its acquisition of Coo-ee Clothing, advanced the ordi I nary dividend rate yesterday from 10 per cent, to 12i per cent. This should silence any lingering questions of the Coo-ee minority share- holders as to whether they did the correct thing in ac- cepting F. J. Palmer shares as exchange. The reason is that Pal- mer's shares now appear to be worth at least the current market price of 10/ (ex -the final dividend). At this price F. J. Palmer offers a yield of 6.25 per cent., and two reassuring points can be noted about that return. In the first place, the in- creased dividend was cover- ed nearly twice by Palmer's latest profit rate on the or- dinary shares. Secondly, the Coo-ee ac- quisition is not yet reflected in the accounts. But it should super-charge the future earning rate of the Palmer organisation. Palmer's latest earning rate on ordinary ca...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TWO VISITORS OF DISTINCTION In Public Eye [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Isê Pwblic Eye ' WITH distinguished visitors thronging her doorstep like beaux on the eve of the ball, Australia might be for- given for losing her head just a little. But her racial trait of self conscious self-possession - the refusal to be impressed by titles or position-prevents her from regarding Lord Swinton or Mr. Richard Nixon as rival suitors; she might explain it, in the Holly- wood cliche: "There's no question of romance; you may say that we are very good friends." And that would be a fair enough way of summing up the almost simultaneous arrival here of the 69-year-old Secretary of State for Commonwealth Rela- tions and the 40-year-old vice President of the United States. But even if they had been sent as typical suitors for Australia's hand, it would be hard to find more representative specimens of the cultures to which they belong. Take the case of Lord Swinton, a superb exemplar of that baffl- ing British habit of changing one's name in mid-career. He waa born Philip L...

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

CANDID COMMENT By I' ONLOOKER; fiNCE a diligent spy-swatter himself, visiting U.S. vice-President ^ Richard Nixon will be intrigued by the news that Senator Joe McCarthy has interrupted his honeymoon to pick up the scent of another Communist espionage plot. What a break for McCarthy! Out of the headlines for a fortnight since the wedding, he is right back in them, the great-hearted American who puts duty before nuptial bliss and carries on what his book calls "The Fight for America." The Senator's bride-a catty U.S. columnist once called her "Joe McCarthy's gorgeous Girl Friday"-was his research assistant and companion in the Red spy hunt for some years before they married. A chief guest at the McCarthy-Kerr wedding in Washington was vice-President Nixon, who was flushing out Reds or ex-Reds in public places long before McCarthy came on stage. Senator Nixon took a leading part in the examination of Alger Hiss in 1948, and ar- ranged Hiss's dramatic con- frontation with Whittaker Cha...

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

Sensational Store-wide Selling of Top-quality Merchandise at Great Price-savings ! Genuine Reductions in Every Dept. Store opens 9.5 a.m. Amazingly low-priced Chrome Kitchen Setting Comprises four upholstered Chairs with Laminex covered table top in colours of Red or Creen. Lowest price ever for such a top-quality setting. Wonderful value! Priced at only £29/19/9. Lacquered Kitchen Cabinet Features roomy shelf and cupboard space. Sturdily constructed, with contrasting Laminex top tn colours of Red or Green. Priced at Bebarfalds for only £23/10/-, or 5/- weekly payments. Attractive 4-piece Twin Wardrobe Bedroom Suite There's everything you could wish for in this handsome suite, including plenty of drawer and hanging space in the roomy wardrobes. Beautifully finished. Wonderful value! Sixth Floor. 150 other BEDROOM SUITES to choose from at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I ~k Easy Terms cost you Less at Bebarfalds - Satisfaction Guaranteed. FROM ONLY from 15/- weekly 4 years to pay FAMOUS MAKE...

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Canal 'Spies' Face Death [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Canal 'Spies' Face Death From Our London Office October 18, 1953-THIS week-end, 17,094 Egyptians working   for the British in the Canal Zone are under potential death sentences, just as the decisive phase of the Anglo-Egyptian talks is about to begin. They are the men who have remained loyal to their British jobs since the Naguib revolution of more than a year ago. Their warning came clearly, with the public hanging in Cairo of Mahmud Sabry, 61, an inspector   in the R.A.F. Auxiliary Police, and an interpreter for Lawrence of Arabia in World War I. He was alleged to have been spying for the British. He was arrested nearly a year ago, when out on a routine anti-bandit patrol   and condemned last week before a secret tribunal. Britain is losing her terrorised Egyptian workers at thc rate of 100 a week. Three more, convicted of "spying," are due to be executed this week-end. With the death of Sabry comes disquiet in Britain about the role of her o...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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"GILLTOWN" YOUTHFUL, 5f, COLTS and GELDINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

"GILLTOWN" YOUTHFUL, 5f , COLTS and GELDINGS f. Herse. Car. P.P. Fia. Jocker. Running. Baudelaire 8 5 3 I A. Ward-4th' early, 2nd from 3f to home turn. Raced to front passing Leger, then ridden right - ., . out to'. Win nicely. Farquhar 8 5 4 2 W. Cook-6th when going, 3rd from - 3f to. straight entrance. Made up. a little ground, but « « i never appeared dangerous. . Castlefield 8 5 1 3. A. JRicbardson-^Well .back early, /'6<h passing 3f. 5th approaching home turn. Went to the post; in good style. " ' Abbuna 8 5' S 4 A.-Eaves-7th at 'Am, 6th at turn. Beresford Hope 8 5 .6 5 . K. Davis-4th at <Am, 7th at turn. Criollo 8 5 8. 6 F. Hood-Lcd to Leger FMsterre 8 5 10 7 J. HUI-5th at 3f. 4th at turn.' Of"??* ». i I * L. .Coles-Last from 3f to turn. I Mulgabirra 8 5 9 9 J. O'Sullivan-8tB from 3f to turn. DMdends: Win, £1/4/6; place, 7/3, 679 - £1/16/: Double itior-Baudelairc): £5/16/3. Betting order: 6-4 Farquhar. 2 Finls ^ f^kfW- '?> CrIo"°- M AbbunaT^ . "frStoruI...

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Details Of Randwick Races DAY FINE — TRACK GOOD. "GOOD IDEA" JUVENILE, 5f FILLIES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

DAY FINE - TRACK GOOD. "GOOD IDEA" JUVENILE, 5f FILLIES Car. P.P. Fin. Jockey. Running. 8 0 I' 1 N. McGrovrdle-7th early. 4th from 3f to horrie turn. Finished, very fast on outside of field to snatch victory right-on post.' 2 A. Ward-4th early, led passing 3f, 2nd turning into straight. Near lead at distance, then outstayed by winner right on post. 3 W. Bell-2nd to 3f, took lead turn- ing into straight. Well clear at distance, then weakened. 4 J. Eaves-s-8th from Vim to turn, 5 G. Frankland-11th at Vim, 7th at turn. 6 J. Williams- 10th at 'Am, 9th at turn. 7 W. Cook-5th at 'Am, 3rd at turn. 8 W. Campbell-3rd at Vim, 6th at *rurn. 9^ B. Murphy-7th at Vim, 5th at turn. 10 D. Olive-9th at 'Am, 10th at turn. 11 T. Hill-Last to home turn. 12 G. Podmore-6tfa at .Vim, 11th at turn. . DMtteaos (for 5/V. Win. £1/5/: place, 7/, 19/, 10/6. Betting La- 11-s on Middlebrook, 4 v HATHOR. 8 Wonder Lady, 14 Chin luta, 20 Fair Daughter. 25-100 others. Fluctuations: Wonder Lady, 19 8; Middlebrook. 9-1...

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CLUB WELTER, lm [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

CLUB WELTER, lm Big. Hors». C»r. PJP. Pin. Jockey. ' Riming.- . - 9 Feiere« 8 .0 10 1 *jt.? Selkrig- 1st away..3rd. from ft ' - to home turn. Finished well to take lead af Leger, «he» ridden '. desperately tbjust win. 1« Prince Grand 8 0 12 A.' Trompson-Last to «, then - front Vim to home torn, finished - fast on rails, to just miss. . ; 9 Captain Theo 8 12 ll î A. . Ward-8th carly, 6th passing p . .. 6f 4th from Vim. to home turn. / Made up little ground without looking dangerous. ; 20 Prince O'' Scots 8 ' 5 -5 4 W-. Wade-^Sth from Vim to turn. 12 Ehrbar g ? 0 3 5 . M. McGrowdle-Last from Vim to * ' -turn. "Í-4 Whirl 9 fr 8 6 W. Cook-2nd at Vim, lead turn, y Braestand 8 4 6 7 1. O'SuUlran-éth at Vim, 7th at 11-2 Pondichery ' 8 2 4 ,- ls k^lioWdier-9th at Vim, 6th turn. 16 Genüeman-s Agree^ . ¿ . - Voim)tt_^ at >4m; 9a tmB Ï Jenny Und 9 4 9 .10 R: Fao*>-7that Vim, .8th turn.» 20 Witjaneil - 8-2, 2 ll- R. iames-r-Led at Vim, 2nd turn., DlTldends:" Win, £3/3/3; place,-17/9, £1/2...

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

I RACE PREMIERSHIPS 8 JOCKEYS , - ? SYDNEY »Loslnt ', - Ist' 2nd. 3rd Unp. sequences.. '. £1 straightout.. G. Moore..... .24 .10 "6 .36" . 6^6" . .. Win £5 ll-6 N. Sellwood ..18 .13'- 18 ¿26 . 2-13 s. Lose .8 12 9 W. Cook. 10 «V- 7. ,419- -6-1Ö '. . Lose 4 19 R. Selkrig, .. 9 , 2 1 .. 30 -- 0-9 ... Win 200.-2 -.6 W. Camer ... 6 8 '?".. 7/ ' 52-, 27-27 -.. Win 33 0 ,0 A. Mulley 4 12 3 42 ' : 5-40- ..' Lose 47 4 0 . . N. McGrowdie 4 . 7-. .2 . ; '31 3-21 ... ..Lose 22 10 0' B. Smith -.'...' 4 . 5V4 11 / 33 7-18 .. Lose 1 10 0 A. Ward- ^3' 5 2 .7. U\Z .. lose 3 IS 0 S. Cassidy'. ... 3 3 '-' 8 49-. f-32 ..- Lose- 32 10 0 G. Podmore '. 2 3 ' 3 -: 42 ' 38-38 ... Lose 43 10 0 M. Maynard .. 2 1 ..1 21 11-12' .. Lose 19 10 0 ; . K. Davis .... ' 2 1 : 1 '26. 12-12 t. Win-'10 JO 0 N. Munsie .. 1 " 3Vi 2 32 27-27 >,'. Lose . 30. 0 0. fi: Sheather ... -I 2 0 ll 1.3-13 .. "Lose II 0 0 E. Doon ..... 1 2 0 .17 6-13 .. Win 81 0 0 P. - Burkhardt .', 1 1 - 0 .'--'. 8- -. 5-5 .'. Win .1 0 0 D. Munro...

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STABLE IS SURPRISED [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

STABLE IS SURPRISED MELBOURNE, Satur day.-r-rWhen Count Near wop. the Burwood Handi- cap at Caulfield tooday he surprised, both his'jkajaer and jockey. * Trainer; »Theo, Lewis, ad- vised the part-owners, Messrs.vE.' Gray and A. J;. Tatnell,'that he-did/not.con- sider Count Near had been; working well enough dn.the' track '-.to. have a .winning chance.' ' -'.'_. ' Jockey : R. " Hutchinson, .who had;bëen ridinjg thé .colt' in work,- confirmed' Lewis's 'advice; .' .' :;';:¿:'.. >?. ? ¿ Gtount-,Ne$r, íwhó/ has not dorie.', much- runningi is'inow: to be spelled until autumn. ". VI think we may have, à good horse," said Gray. "If eyet' à horse tfas ..bredi'tqi stay. Count Near is. ' ; ???') 1 . ."He i's by-. Neapolitan . out oL Babel; a-Windbag maris"; 'and'.'-we intend to give him «v'er-y^ chance #b develop.''-. >

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

»THE*' --c.' E. MCDOUGALL STAKES, -,'5f.-ROSEGLADE, 8-0 CC^Talay), 1; . HIGHLAND PL-AINS,. 8-0 O. Gillam), 2; FOGGY. :MQRN, 8-0 CB. McLean), .3;-ii BETTING: 2 Faith Again, 4 -Foggy, Morn, 5 ROSEGLADE, IO ?Fa& Helios, 12 Minnesota, Wiralla vNotth. Stripe, 20 Reference, Lobb Inn, Highland plains, 25 Eileen's Fancy, Aston Miss, 33 Iragnal, Lady Le Havre, 50 Recollect, Co- lorize, Dcnbrian. Ivy's Pct, Blue Dot. Divs.: Win, £1/14/; place, 10/;' £l/17/6, 7/6. 3 1., long nk. Time "tm Ivis. Started 12.32. Scratched:. Killala Bay, Jungle Rain. HOPEFUL STAKES', 4L THURLOW 8-5 CN. Best). 1; HIGHLAND BIRD, 8-5 CK. Bret- by). 2; ARABIA FOX, 8-5 CJ. Ross), 3. BETTING: .6-4 on THURLOW, 7 Arabia Fox, 8 Hill Sun, 10 Boistor, Highland Bird, 14 Regal Talk, 20 O'Sullivan, Buzzard ! Lad,-? Corodere, 25 Contara. Vital Chance, 33 Wild Jungle, ParScct, Galore, '40 My Guardsman 50 Amity Point, Crossmac, Denim, Lord Instinct, Peerless Prince, Elec- tric Glance. Divs.: Win, 91; place, ll, .14/6, 10/. ...

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THE CONFERENCE ON KOREA IS STILL A DOUBTFUL PROSPECT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

THE CONFERENCE ON KOREA IS STILL A DOUBTFUL PROSPECT From Our New York Office The prospects of holding the Korean Political Conference appeared brighter last week, in the opinion of many U.N. delegates. There seemed, however, hardly any certainty that much would bc achieved if the con- ference were held. '"THERE also seems little prospect of any ap- preciable shrinkage in thc area of disagreement that exists between East and West about Korea, or about the Far East as a whole. The situation regarding Korea is highly fluid. ! The interplay of wish, con- tention, manoeuvre, and con- fusion which occurred at the United Nations over the con- ference question was enor- mously complex. Here were some of the elements in thc situation: . The Communists finally accepted the proposal, put to them by the United States for the United Nations, that a meeting bc held between representatives of both sides to discuss arrangements for the Korean Political Confer- ence. . The earlier demand by the Com...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CITY TAITS. GOLD CUP, l½m [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

CITY TAITS. GOLD CUP, lim Hors«. Car. P.P. Fio.. Jocker.,- . , Rauinlruj. Two Bink* 7 0 1 IR. FaM-Took ..lead soon after. start / and piloted field into straight. Not seriously troubled in run to post. ' Creal World 7 15 3 2 A. Ward-Last »way, 3rd Itom lm - to 6f. 2nd from 'Am to turrL 3rd passing Leger, then finished lora Saunders 8 9 3 J W?°Coc*-2nd awasv.jMh tVbm.¡R¡ to home turn. Did not finish with his usual dash. ? . \ . Maynard 7 5 2 . 4 N. MeGrpwdle-Last from lm to Earldom g 12 6 - É.'DO'OSI-2nd from lm to «. 3rd from Wm to turn, to» ipckçy - v^en challragiriB ; winner at . drs 'CowaotM 7 8 4 - R.^S«nr»l«-Kmicktéd over at start . and threw ;ridcr. . ***** Win. £4/7/6; place. -JE 1/7/,' 17/6. «r^JJpf«** Two Birdies), £24/7/. Bettine order: 5r2 Earldom, 3 Lord saun .7-2 Maynard, 9-2 Cormaught, 7 Great WOIid> 16_ TWU DIES. Fh.ct.atio«: Earldom, 7-4, 3. 5-2; Lord Saunders. 3. 3; Great World, 7, 10. 7: Connaught, 9-2, .U-2^9-2. Sa- nara, 5. 3, 7-2; Two Birdies, 25. 16. 1% len....

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G. HERDSMAN STAKES, 6f [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

G. HERDSMAN STAKES, 6f '. Horst. Car. P.P. Fin. Jockey. Running. SoMrtiy 8 6 7 IA. Ward-3rd early. 2nd from Vim . lo home turn. Took lead on straightening up, then ridden des- - " " perately to Just win. ».« 6 9 6 2 W. Toohey-1st to movë, 3rd at ?Vim, 4th approaching home turn. Finished very fast from distance '"_ ? , to just miss. SMcop 8 7 2.3 C.. Podmore-2nd to move, led from Vim to home turn hung ' -cn fairly well. £ « 8 4 W. Cook-4th 1o.Vim. 3rd at him: 'viul iinv VI i I A. Thompson-6tfi Vim. 5th turn.. BnT^nT ll \ S D.- Carmichael-5th Vim. 6th turn. I 2 3 7 H. Welch-7th home turn. . Fashoda 7 ll 9 8 C. Kcllehcr-Lasf all the way. NÎSSi'ifi'I'- ,Be,,ù?! °rders s-* Suncup, 7-2 SPEARBY, P^epuoi, 13-2 Regoll. 7 Hans 100 Fashoda. 250 Vital Link, .Ueïhv VftPirr- 3> 13'2, * 7, 13-2; Suncup, 2. 9-4. '7 H«/' .i-7;2, V' 7"2.; Na«»«>i. *-2, 9-2 A. 9-2; Hans, M-2. I- J t '?> f\ c.n- «T,mi- lm u%s- Started 2.11. Judge's num lih ' i.'0"01? 'oe first). Scratched: Whirl. , Allowance: ...

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"CHATOONA" NOVICE, l¼m [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

"CHATOONA" NOVICE, lim CJ!T*' Car- »*>.«B. Jockej. '» Running. /_ my 8 0 7 1 .tv. Wad*-3rd away, 6th-fr<?ni mile to 6f, 4th passing Vim. 3rd com . int to home-turn. Took , lead Inside final farlong, then.Tidden. 7 12 17 a? N.'tewÖÄ inüe, J2üV, . at 6f.'í9th passing'Wm. 7th conv . lng to.home turn. Finished very' Red C*A~ - ? .' ?: - . fast from Leger to- iust miss., \ ? «*« Cedar 7 3 12 3 ¿ D., Carmichael-9th away. 3rd at , . . mile, led from 6f to home turn... '.. Hung. .oh. fairly well la. ran to ***** ..*'»*.. iV;; 'it -^y^ka^íijí^.i^./íaA. ïi. ; ^MdBreeae? Ö 13 , 5 B.WWf»r-mM-J^ra. ^Jtrtwo ^ , 7 4. 2 £ A; Whiteman-5fb'at yiimZW »t r Humid ., .".' "¿ . vtürn.-. r < ? -r' : Wy««!«!,««, ? ? ,1 7 P«*PX6HI af Vim. 5tb «Vttu-nV WelS aw1 V í Í 9 w- »*JC;«<h,af Vim. 9th at furn/,; .'"ess Scot 7 3- l< m ^rjmklaH .. iiácí3T " 1J ¡I R.*FM¿-3ra àt Viníí i2th.'at-ttrrri. 7 J0 ;1*"12 C.^rMmpr^2nd!from «:fo 1», Felown V 7 10; 1 ll à. Batteiyi-I2th...

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CITROEN LIGHT 15 MOTORING SECTION ROAD TESTED [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

CITROEN LIGHT 15 ROAD TESTED Bu STURT GISlFFiTH R.E. THE CITROEN is as stable as it appears possible to make a car under our present design technique. Un-   doubtedly the out- standing characteristic of the car is the way it holds on to the road surface, particularly on corners and bends. Although the Citroen was designed tn France about 19 years ago, it has persisted essentially in its original form, with the development of features from time to time to keep it up-to-date. The latest alteration, the tradition of considerable boot space under a "blister" on the tail, will be welcomed by all. The riding comfort of this front-wheel-drive car is   exceptionally good. It shows to great advantage on really rough and stony roads. Less desirable features arc a three-speed gearbox, with a considerable difference be- tween available speeds in top and second gears. The gearshift is on the fascia board, and the synchromesh is not quite up to quick changes. Hill Climbi...

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HORSE ROLLS OVER RIDER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

HORSE ROLLS OVER RIDER APPRENTICE R. Regan lies on the ground after Prescourt regained his feet. The horse rolled on the rider's left leg after falling as the horses were going to the post in the Novice Handicap.

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