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Hallstrom May Seek Mayoralty [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Hallstrom May Seek Mayoralty &nbsp; A surprise nominee &nbsp; for the Lord Mayoralty of Sydney may be Sir Edward Hallstrom, busi- &nbsp; nessman and philanthro- &nbsp; &nbsp; pist. &nbsp; &nbsp; Sir Edward said last night &nbsp; that several people had | approached him and asked &nbsp; &nbsp; him to nominate as an Inde- &nbsp; pendent. &nbsp; "I have not had any time to consider whether I shall offer myself as a candidate," he said. "I have never carried any &nbsp; party label, and -all my friends have been made irre- &nbsp; spective of politics." Nomination by Sir &nbsp; Edward Hallstrom will cause &nbsp; a stir in the Australian Labour Party. Labour organisers said yesterday they regarded the Lord Mayoralty as a "neck &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; and-neck race" between the present Lord Mayor, Alder- man Hills, and the former...
FAREWELL CONCERT FOR THE QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
FAREWELL CONCERT FOR THE QUEEN By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, Oct. 17.- At the first concert the Queen will attend since her Coronation she &nbsp; will hear world-famous Australian artists and will be presented with a superb bouquet of Aust- ralian orchids. The concert -- in London's Royal Festival Hall on Mon- day-will be jointly present- ed by Sir Thomas White, the High Commissioner for Australia, and Sir Frederick Doidge, his New Zealand counterpart, to farewell the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh before they leave on their tour of both coun- tries. It will be a gala occasion attended by many prominent Australians, and the pro- ceeds which arc expected to clear £3,000 will be used to benefit Australian and New Zealand music students com- ing to Britain for their careers. All artists are Australians or New Zealanders. The principal soloists will include pianist Eileen Joyce and tenor William Herbert, and Charles Mackerras, formerly of Sydney, will conduct the Royal Phil...
MARRIED YESTERDAY A Naval Guard Of Honour At Chapel [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
MARRIED YESTERDAY A Naval Gwaml Of Honour At Chapel A NAVAL GUARD OF HONOUR was formed outside Shore school chapel, when Miss Margaret Bagot was married to Lient.-Commander Alexander Black, R.A.N., Flag-Lieut, lo Rear-Admiral J. W. M. Eaton. THE bride, only daughter of Mr. E. M. Bagol, house-master of the school's Hodges House, and Mrs. Bagot, walked thc 50 yards from the House to thc chapel for her wedding-and with thc bride- groom drove back to it afterwards for thc reception. She wore a bouffant gow of white nylon tulle, wit her Jong tulle veil caught t a wreath of flowers, and sh carried white lilac and lil) of-the-valley. Her bridesmaids wer Miss Norma McMorran an Miss Ruth Black, the bride groom's sister. Commanding - Officer o H.M.A.S. Hawkesbury, Lt. Cmdr, R. J. Scrivenor, am Lt.-Cmdr. J. R. Stevenson who is in H.M.A.S. Sydney attended the bridegroom who is the only son of Mr and Mrs. Noble Black, o Neutral Bay. ? ? * 1>HE small Methodism church in Springdale Road, Killar...
TREES GROWING ON RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
TREES GROWING ON RAILWAY - CHARGE BY MR. TREATT NEWCASTLE, Saturday. - Saplings were growing out of the unfinished Sandy Hollow - Maryvale railway line, Mr. Vernon Treatt said last night. It had also become the home of thousands of rab- bits, he added. Mr. Treatt, who is Leader of the State Opposition, was opening the Liberal Party campaign for thc Kahibah by-election on October 31. The unfinished and de- teriorating rail link was clear proof of the Cahill Govern- ment's indifference to the port of Newcastle, he said.
Angle On The Law. Behind The Scenes As A Case Is Prepared [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
j Augie Ou The Law. i ' Behind The Scenes As A Case Is Prepared EVERY court case is drama in itself. Eac has ils individual plot and il individual characters. Anc as with a stage drama, eac! case, however trivial, has t be prepared behind th scenes. The process ls usually mystery to thc uninitiated. Thc "behind the scenes work is of essential import .[ ance in every cause, from ; ! murder trial to a claim fo an unpaid tailor's bill. The dialogue of a cour drama, including thc quos tioning of witnesses, an&lt; their answers, is basicall; controlled by the law o evidence. In the English legal world that law has been built ut through the centuries by th&lt; masters of legal thought ant experience. It has but one object, th« elicitation of the truth. It ii not always appreciated thal j this is one of the most diffi J cult of all legal tasks. Let us take an example of how a case has to be pre- pared for presentation to a court. Left-handed Murder A farmer asleep in his be...
RADIO Programmes FEATURES To-day's [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
RADIO Programmes FEATURESJ IT o-day's 9.0: 2FC, Country Man's Session; 2BL, New Releases; 2GB, Hillbilly Hank; 2UW, Charlie Chuckles; 2CH, Sun- day School of the Air; 2UE, Service With a Smile; 2K.Y, Light and Bright; 2SM. Melo diana. 9.15: 2FC, Australian Re- cord Album; 2UE, Melody Time; 2KY, Music. 9.30: 2FC, Radio Service, Lincoln College; 2BL, Piano; 2GB, Melodies; 2UE, Voice of Prophecy; 2UW, These Old ! Shades; 2CH, Sunshine Hour; i 2SM, Music. ' 9.45: 2GB,' Microgroove. 10.0: 2BL, Book Reviews; 2GB, Old Gardener; 2CH, Composer's Gallery; 2UE, Wo- men in Sport; 2UW, Pick ot the Hits; 2KY, Humour on Record. 10.15: 2FC, Strings; 2BL, Symphony Hour; 2GB, Report from London; 2UE, Melodies; 2K.Y, Banjo School. 10.30: 2GB, Divine Service, Liberal Catholic Church, St. Alban's. 10.45: 2FC, Meet the Trav- ellers; 2UE, Stardust; 2K.Y, Salute to Beauty; 2SM, Music. 11.0: 2FC, Magic of Melody; 2BL, Service, Manly Presby» terian; 2UW, Shining Stars; 2CH, Killara Congregational Church; 2SM...
The ghosts go north FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
The ghosts go north FACT correspondent A ghost was seen .riding in a motor car last week, a delegate told the International Conference of Celtic Folklore. The conference was held this week at Stornoway, on the island of Lewis, in the Hebrides, Scotland. Dr. I. C. Peate, of the Nätional Museum of Wales, said a member of his own family saw the ghost in an Austin car. The conference gravely discussed the prevalence of fairies, ghosts and witches. It was agreed . that in Gaelic Scotland they have a wildness and malicious- ness not seen elsewhere. A fairy lover Said retired headmaster James Thomson: "All the ghosts in Lewis are now dead, though it wasn't long since I had to see an old man home because he was afraid- he might meet one, "I wouldn't say all . witches in Lewis have died out yet.'' - Another, delegate, Ci Maclean, said he knew of a .woman who had a fairy lover. " Professor R. T. Chris- tiansen, froni Oslo, men- tioned' a successful and educated man in Norway who had been "thr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
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FILBERT MANT THE WAY 1 SEE IT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
¡THE WAY 1 SEE IT WHEN Dr. Julian Huxley visit vv ed Adelaide, the people of Australia's "city of churches"; were shocked to discover that he; doesn't believe in God. j It started an angry argument that is still &lt; going on and is likely to continue long after ! Dr. Huxley is dead. ! Huxley has expressed his views on God in these ! words: "A faint trace of God, half-metaphysical and half ' magic, still broods over our world like the smile of a \ Cheshire cat, but the growth of psychological knowledge will rub even that from the universe." i People like Huxley are inclined to dazzle us with \ science in explaining the mysteries of life but they never i succeed in getting back to real beginnings. i Life began, they say. in ooze or slime. That's scientifically correct but they cannot explain who put the ooze or slime there in the first place. Whenever I feel too materialistic, 1 go out at night I and gaze in awe at the stars, because all the Huxleys &lt; in thc world ...
CRYPTIC CROSSWORD ACROSS: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
ACROSS: 1. The dog I catalogue is a fighter (8). 5. Gaolbird's breakfast (6). 9. This sort of reckoner needs the other sort (7). 10. Soft ham in the depths (7). 11. "1-reedom slowly broad- ens down from - to -" (Tennyson) (9). 12. A case of two-way traf- fic (5). 14. His selection was aatu ral (6). 16. What's cooking? Ob- serve the object (8). SOLUTION OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLE 19. Does (he badger supply them? (8). 20. Phineas put up a good show (6). 22. The hat that goes with us to the Rock (5). -24. The spotted dog (9). 26. French drink gets into the hean of things (7). (7) . 27. Moby Dick's family (7). 28. Spotless knight (6). 29. Flowers that go to pot7 (8) . DOWN: 1. Lump in a pudding for Christmas (4, 7). 2. Does it grow in Grose Valley? (5). 3. It makes for uplift (9). 4. Pointed manners (6). 6. You can swear by these (5). 7. Once described as splendid by a statesman (9) . 8. Man out of place in No man's Land (3). 10. Shackle (6). 13. Angel's merit (anag.J (H). 15. Fruit of snubb...
The Nature of Things WHAT IS A LOCUST? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
WHAT IS A LOCUST? IN our everyday lan * euaae, few names of in- sects are as baiïling as that of "locust." "Grasshop- per" gives trouble, too. To the rising generation, (he word locust means only one thing-those deafening insects which haunt our trees in plague numbers about every third summer. The correct entomologi- cal term is cicada. Cicadas don't look any- thing like grasshoppers, and are not even distantly rerat ed to them. Differences between true locusts and grasshoppers are not so easy to sort out. A plague of grasshoppers now threatens to sweep across our inland. But the refinements of science insist that these are not true grass- hoppers. They should, in- stead, be given their exact label of plague locusts. Science applies thc word locust specifically to those species of a grasshopper-type which are usually noted for their habits of getting to- gether in hordes and migrat- ing in masses for many miles. There are no simple rules by which the inexpert per- son can separate ...
"SUN-HERALD" CROSSWORD—No. 2 ACROSS: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
"SUN-HERALD" CROSSWORD-No. 2 ACROSS: !. Trunks in thc movies. (6) 5. Free doe perhaps? (8) 10. Crow. (3) 12. Hoary watchman among the pioneers. (3-6) 13. Support Capone? It isn't criminal. (5) 14. Evil Babylonian moon-god in the wilderness where the Israelites received manna. (3) 15. Any gratifying food In- cludes a half-dozen taking an expression of gratifica- tion to the diggings. (9) 16. Whale. (3) 18. Frog-like I have let 50 out of ¡ail. (1-2) 19. The whole course, or a Solution to Crossword No. 1 fraction thereof. (5) 22. Love. (3) 23. Have some sport risking it in the ring. (3) 24. Victor's opposite roles are badly written. (5) 25. Our French off- spring comes back. (3) 26. Who is to press a suit? (3) 27. The bill of fare for those in favour of weight. (9) 30. Income to feed people. (3) 32. A feature ot a rake supporting New Guinea. (5) 33. Ay, ny, this is an American from whom publica- tion might be expected within 48 hours. (9) 34. News of the battle of Eben ezer killed him....
Your Paper To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Your Paper I To-day HPHE "SUN-HERALD" * (o-day is 80 pages, plus eight pages oí comics. All the news is in the front part of the paper (Pages 1 to ll.) Then there are the editorial pages (Pages 12-13), World Spotlight (Page 15), Financial Review (Pages 16 17), politics (Page 18). Feature articles begin on Page 19. There are five lift-out sections. If you open your paper in the centre (Pages 40-41) you can lift out each section in turn. . Serial and novelette (begins p. 37). . Sport (begins p. 31). . Comics. . Women (begins p. 23). . Fact (begins p. 21). Other regular features are: Doctor's Diary .. Page 60 Leon Geliert .... Page 70 Books . Page 71 Music, Theatre ... Page 72 Film Reviews ... Page 73 Crosswords . Page 74 Religion . Page 74 Gilbert Mant- Page 75 Radio . Page 75 Gardening .. Pages 76-77 Motoring .... Pages 78-79
Blast Wrecks U.S. Carrier, 33 Men Dead [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
Blast Wrecks U.S. Carrier, 33 Men Dead BOSTON, Saturday (A.A.P.).-At least 33 men Mere killed and 40 injured when an explosion wrecked the U.S. aircraft-carrier Leyle yesterday. The Leyte (27,000 tons) was in dry dock being overhauled after service in the Korean war and the Mediterranean. Thc disaster began with an explosion, the cause of which is not known. The carrier caught fire and her boilers blew up. A series of explosions followed the first blast. For hours after- wards, flames whipped through passageways, sleeping quarters, the wardroom and brig. First reports placed the death roll at six. This tolal mounted rapidly as rescuers went into action, and the fuil casualty list is not yet known. The explosions occurred when the Leyte was being overhauled at the naval shipyard annexe in South Boston. Some ot the victims were burnt black in the initial blast. Several rescuers died in succeed- ing explosions. Doctors said some men were drowned in the boiler-room as tanks of liquid sp...
£5m. Lost In Fire [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
£5m. Lost In Fire NEW YORK, Saturday (A.A.P.).-Fire destroyed three huge waterfront buildings at Oakland (California) last night, causing damage esti- mated at 12 million dollars (£5,357,000). Mr. Robert Cooney, owner of Allied Enterprises, said one destroyed warehouse which his firm owned contained food for Korea and other goods for American troops in the Pacific worth 10 million dollars (£4.464,000). The fire was st.il smouldering to-day, although 200 firemen, a fireboat and Coast Guard and auxiliary craft had brought it und:r control. It broke out after an explo- sion in a marine works. Within the next 90 minutes flames could be seen over almost the entire San Francisco Bay area.
ADELAIDE (Run at Victoria Park) [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
ADELAIDE (Run nt Victoria Park) WAKEFIELD TRIAL HURDLE, 2m.-WINSTON'S GIFT, 9-1 (J. Harrison), 1; SERENELY. 9-4 (G. Richardson), 2; LINDLEY, 9-3 (R. Booner), 3. BETTING: 3 Bcfair, Serenely, 4 Debit. 7 Erklcs, 14 Llanfair, WINSTON'S GIFT, 20 Tops Toi. 33 Ranging; 50 Das Scot, Indian Legend, Lindley, Silver and Gold. 66 Desatisfy. Divs.: Win, £4/10/6; place, 25/, 7/6, £5/13/. Vt len., 6 len. Time, 3m ITAs. TERRACE 2-Y.-OLD, St. WINE JUDGE, 8-2 &lt;W. Stocker), i I ; BRONZE TOR &lt;8-6 (P. Dart), 2; INITIUM. 7-9 (D. Cowie), 3. BETTING: 5-2 Bronze Tor, 9-2 WINE JUDGE, Initium, 6 Wine Master. 7 Kalessi, 14 Jovial Don, Late Div. 40 Sir Malaya, Romney Rise. Fine Brandy, SO Great Glory. 66 Engenius, Kadina Star, Master Toi, 100 Barclay, Halbury, Prince Harmony, Wunsina. - Divs.: Win, 26/6; place, 8/6. 8/6, ll/. ¥&lt; len., VA len. Time, lm VAs. ALBYN RANKINE HANDI- CAP, 3 Of.-MUNROE. 7-2 (J. Dcvereaux). 1; SOLAR GOLD, 7-5 (H. Hall). 2; RIO GRANDE. 7-3 (R. Carling), 3...
COUNTRY RACES CASINO [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953
CASINO IMPROVERS' HANDICAP, 4f. -WEE BUCK, 8-7 CR.'Simms), 1; CALMINDA, 8-2 CK. Kenny), 2; LADY PHOSPHONIC, 8-8 (R. Bo- gart), 3. Others: Mr. Casino, Lucky Gern, Miss Brem. True Answer, Bonshaw Lad. BETTING: Even WEE BUCK, 6-4 Lady Phosphonic, 3 Mr. Casino. 7 Miss Brent' 10 True Answer, 15 Lucky Gem. 20 Calminda, Bonshaw Lad. 2 len., hd. Time, 50V4s. PROGRESSIVE HANDICAP, 5f. -COMMERCIAL LAD, 8-2 .CR. Simms), 1; THE MOUSE, 8-0 OE. Ashman), 2; COONAMENA, 7-12 CN. Noble), ?' 3'. Others: Rukcn Lad, Shampoo, Hcreton, Aldana. BETTING: Even The Mouse, 6-4 Ruken Lad, 5 Coonamena, Sham- poo, 7 COMMERCIAL LAD 10 Hereton, Aldana. Vi nk., hd. Time lm 3s. TURF CLUB HANDICAP, 7f. GALLIPOLI, .8-6 (R. Simms), 1; PROUD MEMORIES, 8-11 fR. BogarO. 2: SEA . PORT, 8-8 (E. Ashman), 3. Only starters. BET- TING: Even -Proud Memories, 5-4 Sea Port, 5 GALLIPOLI. Nk., Vt len. Time, lm 29Vis. 2nd IMPROVERS' HANDICAP, Sf, less SOyds.-MR. ' CASINO; 8-8 &lt;L. Brown), 1; BRONZE MARINE, 9-0 (R. Ashman)/ 2...