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WODALLA SCORES EASILY IN MOONEE VALLEY CUP Dislodged Plate Badly Mars Advocate's Chance [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
[¡BODALLA SCORES EASILY IN MOONEE VALLEY CUP pislùdgèd Pla te Badly Mars Advocate's Chance RUNNER-UP in the -Caulfield Cup, Wod ' alla, scores an effort ^Jess win in the Moonee " Valley Gold Cup from Sun Salute. Earldom 'was third. MELBOURNE, Saturday.-A dislodged plate contributed to the defeat of heavily-backed Syd- ney horse Advocate in the Moonee .Valley Cup to-day. Jockey Bill Williamson told the owner, Mrs. -f Denis Allen, that but for severe interference I his mount must have finished second to Wodalla. Bat, he said, as the race was run he had no chance of beating the winner. Wodalla, favourite at 9-4, registered easily the best per- formance of his career to wn by three lengths from Sun Salute,(25-1) with Earl- dom (8-1), third. Wodalla left no doubt about his capacity as a stayer and atoned for his narrow defeat by Mr. Hero in the Caulfield Cup a week earlier. Earldom just managed to hold off the strong challenge of Advocate, who finished a close fourth after having dis- lo...
Move For Late Entries In Classics [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Move For Late Entries In Classics A move will be made in Melbourne ,next week to persuade racing authorities "to accept late entries foi classic races. At present nominations for some classic races are called for two years before the "events are run. The move will come from, the Australian Council of Racehorse Trainers which will hold its annual general Cup eve. The council will suggest that the principal racing bodies adopt a clause in their rules similar to that provided for' the VA.T.C. Futurity Stakes. &lt; Nominations are taken for the Futurity Stakes on a cer- tain date but late entries can be made on the payment of a special fee. Publicity Move The council also will-press for the reintroduction of midweek racing in Sydney. Racing interests already have met in Sydney and de- cided to approach the State Government for permission to stage at least one meeting a month during the week. The N.S.W. Trainers' Association has decided on a campaign of publicity to bring about m...
Stud angle For Sale —Win Or Lose [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Stud For Salt -Wini Or Lose Mr. O. F. Watson's bri My Hero, 6y, Nept» (imp.)-Otetanui (0. F. W4 son). It takes courage to bring | horse from New zeäii) to Australia, annoam hat, whether he win, " loses his races, he wülbi for sale---and adhere k that programme after lu successes. But that is what Olnq Watson, breeder-OTna, trainer of My Hero, fe done with the Caulfidl Cup winner. He demonstrated his stittg of purpose last week wbq - he refused an offer byü, Adolf Basser, of Syd» of 10,000 guineas aai half the winning slake j the Melbourne Cupjf fc horse won to allow lij Hero to change haig before that event. Staying Power There is a tremendous ca> centration of Galopin a either side of My Hetdi family, and obviously ¡ti, from this influence that It gets his staying power, ' His. dam, the unreal Otetanui, was by Paps Money (imp.), a rema* able progenitor of brood mares particularly. In looks and character Mj Hero has obvious}' thrown to his dam rall» than to his sire, Qt imported ...
BUSTLING RIDING TACTICS ON IROQUOIS . Apprentice Davis Accused Of Showing Poor Judgment [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
BUSTLING RIDING TACTICS ON IROQUOIS . Apprentice Davis Accused Of Showing Poor Judgment Backers of 6-4 on favourite Iroquois claimed impatient riding by apprentice jockey, K. Davis, _ caused his defeat in the Flying Handicap at Can- terbury yesterday. Versher (7-1) over- took Iroquois a 100 yards from home and beat him by a neck, with Regoli (5-2) a length away third. The 51b allowance claimed by Davis re- duced Iroquois' weight to 8-9.. He was considered most favourably han- dicapped because he had carried* 10-0 two starts back when he finished third in the Clissold Handicap, run over yesterday's course. Picks Regoli As His Main Danger On settling down pro- I perly, Iroquois took third place, on the out- side of Regoli. Approaching the half-mile Davis urged Iroquois along to be a length clear of Re- goli, whom he apparently considered to be the main danger. Meanwhile, Versher was travelling comfortably in fifth place,,about two lengths behind Regoli. Regoli moved along the rails' t...
Ransom Case Arrest [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Ransom Case s Arrest NEW YORK, Saturd (A.A.P.).- John Hagi the taxi-driver whose I led to solution of I Bobby Greenlease kidna murder case, is reported be in the custody of F.B agents. This is the latest (urn the hunt for 300.000 doll (£134,000) of the missi ransom money. Hager's wife said that ti men who identified ihei selves as F.B I agents roul him out of bed after m night. F.B.I, agents and pol refused to comment on I statement. However, employes the hotel w here the Hag have been stajing «id I F.B.I, agents anti detecli blocked off the hotel trance and left a few mini later with a man, and I suitcases and an o\erni bag. Spending Spree It was Hager's tip lo police which resulted in arrest of Carl Austin I and Mrs. Bonnie Hei who have confessed to kidnapping and murda Greenleasc on Sepien " Hager said (hat he ii Hall around the city 1 free-spending spree t> he turned him in. Officers found half o ransom in Hall's room.
Kinsey finds a new marriage pattern FACT'S New York News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Kinsey finds a new marriage pattern FACT'S New York News Bureau American researcher Dr. Alfred Kinsey has started a fresh controversy by saying- that certain morally taboo acts are biologically normal. Kinsey, author of two books on sexual behaviour in human males and fe- males, made his statement in a lecture to the Central Neuro-Psychiatrie Associa- tion. He told association mem- bers he was amazed that' many people interpreted practices common among animals as immoral. From a biological stand- point, he said, certain sexual practices were not an ab- normality. The restraint against them was the acquired behaviour and, in a sense, was the per- version. Immediately the question was asked, "Does Dr. Kin- sey call the marriage sys- tem a perversion of biolo- gical normality?" Would alter laws Kinsey's reply is that he upholds marriage, but sug- gests that some of the laws relating to it should be re- pealed or amended. In some States, he points out, a man may be gaoled as a sexual ps...
WITCHES' BREW! [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
WITCHES' IIREW! AND here's the punch for that Hallowe'en party of yours ... a spicy witches' brew. 2 bottles grape juice. 3 or 4 bottles cider. i cup lemon juice. Grated rind of 1 lemon. 1 orange, 24 cloves. 6 tblspns. cinnamon 12 pints ginger ale. Large block ice. Method: Put spices, 2 cups cider in sauce- pan. Bring to boil slowly, simmer 5 miiis. Cover tightly, infuse 30 mins. Strain through a line muslin, chill thoroughly. Put all ingredients, except gin- ger ale, in large punch bowl with block ice. Add ale «hen ready to serve.
Indian Press Attacks Guiana Policy [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Indian Press Attacks Guiana Policy NEW DELHI, Saturday (A.A.P.). - India's four leading English-language newspapers to-day criticise British policy in Guiana. The "Hindustan Times" says the House of Com- mons debate on Guiana "in no way enhanced the prestige of Britain's col- onial policy. "Britain's handling of the problem has shown little re- gard for the spirit of demo- cracy. ( "If the people of British Guiana interpret this action as a challenge to democracy, the British Government has only itself to blame." Cowardly Attack ' The "Statesman" regrets that for the first time a "magnificent series of post- war advances towards colo- nial Home Rule has been chec'.xd." The "Times of India," says that a mere House of Com- mons vote could not con- done this "cowardly attack on the democratic rights of a helpiess people." I The only conclusion is that the British Government does not want any genuine democratic reform in British Guiana, it says. Not Justified The "Indian Express" says t...
The slasher with a split lip vanished FACT'S London News Burea[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
¡The slasher ¡with a split Hip vanished FACT'S London News Bureau í '". West German police are searching for : a thin, sallow young man with a split lower j lip, alleged killer of 20 women. ! There is a reward of 7,000 I marks (£600) on his head. | Police believe the killer I lives in caves by day and I travels with a light suitcase. I They think he hides by flonely roadsides, sometimes tlèaping at cyclists or drag- ging women into thickets to Irape and kill them. I The 20th victim, killed llast week, was a woman fhitch-hiker. |. Sometimes the killer mur Iders lone women car drivers, |but he never takes their cars. W In every case the bodies of Ithe victims have been strip Iped of wrist-watches, rings, [»jewellery and purses. I Wanted a wash ft Chief clue to the killer's lldentity has been provided iby a small boy. p'He saw a young man go- rong into the forest off the ||uiobahn (motor highway) pear Helmstedt with Frau ¡Pohl, 51. ' s& The boy described the jpnan as "strong an...
Man Stabbed During Brawl [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Man Stabbed During Brawl A man was stabbed in (he face during a quarrel in Palmer Street, East Sydney, yesterday. He was Giro Padavano, 20, a New Australian. Padavano was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital, where 20 stitches were inserted in the [Wound. Eye-witnesses told police that Padavano was arguing with another man, who fled when Padavano collapsed. "Detectives T. Hazelton 'and S. Walden, of Darling- hurst, are searching for a man.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
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100 Dead In Italian Flood Havoc [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
100 Dead In* Italian Flood Havoc \ LONDON, Saturday (A.A.P.).-Death roll is 100 in the' disastrous floods ravaging more than 400 square miles of the "toe" of Italy., . This official estimate may be higher as villages are still cut off from the outside world by swirling waters and landslides caused by torrential rains. Army engineers, police, firemen and volunteers in the provinces of Calabria, Catan zaro, and Cosenza have re- covered 49 bodies, most of them in Calabria, which has borne the brunt of the two day deluge. Makeshift barracks and tents, put up by the Red Cross and the Army, are packed with 1,000 homeless people. Transport planes have flown emergency food, medi- cal supplies, clothing and blankets to Calabria. Helicopters Helicopters have dropped supplies to marooned people. The floods wiped out en- tire families, devastated crops, washed out bridges and cut power and tele- phone lines. Some villages are without drinking water and hundreds of houses and cottages hav collap...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
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It's Different! Sauce With Tournedos Montpensier [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
It's Different! Sauce With Tournedos Montpensier HERE'S the very thing to serve for a main course at your next dinner parry. Tournedos with a tasty sweet sauce will please all your guests. 8 fillets beef, cut thick. 8 small tartlet cases. 8 rounds fried bread (same size as fillets) 1 tin asparagus. Butter to fry steaks. Salt, pepper to taste. Method: Trim fillets. Fry in very hot butter on each side, browning well, but keeping underdone. Season well with pepper, salt. Fry bread rounds in butter or boiling oil until a golden brown. Chop asparagus tips into i in pieces, binding together with thin cream sauce (thev may be heated in a little butter). Fill small tartlet cases. For serving: Place tourne- dos on fried bread with a tartlet on top of each one. A roll of grilled' bacon may be placed in centre of tartlet. Serve sauce separately. Sauce: After frying fillets add 2 tblspns. tomato sauce, a dstspn. sweet chutney, 2 tspns. Wor- cester sauce, i cup claret, and a little water to thin...
MEMORIAL TO SIR H. PARKES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
MEMORIAL TO SIR H. PARKES I TENTERFIELD, Satur I day.-A national committee was formed to-day to appeal for £2,000 to acquire, reno- vate, and maintain1 the Tenterfield School of Arts as a memorial to the late Sir Henry Parkes. At the luncheon at which the committee was formed a telegram was read from' the Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, saying that the Common- wealth would grant £.1,000 towards the appeal provided sufficient funds become available to begin the pro- ject.
Bettors Blame Jockey [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953
Blame \ Joelkey 1 Punters criticised S. Cassidy's handling of the favour!te,rSpencer, after he was beaten into third place behind Castillo and El Ziet in the Campsie Stakes yesterday. Battling on gamely over the last furlong, Castillo came again to - beat El Ziet by a rjead, after looking well beaten. Spencer attempted to lead all the way, but stopped badly in the : straight and was three lengths behind El Ziet at the finish. Castillo was ridden a well-judged race by Ward and, although he ' started only second favourite at 7-2, there were more big bets written against him than the favourite. El Ziet was a 14-1 chance, and his run was a big improvement on his last few races. Castillo sustained a strong run from the six furlongs and looked the winner when he had beaten off Spencer at the Leger. Then El Ziet made his claim on the out- side and, with 100 yards to go, got his head in front. Castillo fought back, and right on the post regained the lead. Spencer drew the outside at the bar...