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Wool Rise Likely [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Wool Rise Likely NEW YORK, Saturday (A.A.P.). American buyers ex- pect to pay more for wool. This is stated in the weekly report by New York dealers in wool futures. Britain, Europe and Jap- an, leading buyers of wool at Australian and New Zea- land auctions, have made the demand good. Reds Need More Some observers say Rus- sia and Soviet satellite coun- tries will take more v?ool this year because of their announced policy of giving more attention to consumer goods than in recent years.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
First Task As Royalty [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

First Task As Royalty Sixteen-} car-old Prin- cess Alexandra of Kent on her recent first official (our - an in- spection of the Lanca- shire cotton industry,

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A convict settled cosily in the chaplain's office FACT'S New York News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

A convict cosily in chaplain's settled the office FACT'S New York News Bureau When round-faced union boss Joseph E. Pay, then 54, was sentenced" to 15 years in Sing Sing-, it merely changed his business address. Fay, boss of the construc- tion unions, was convicted in 1945 of conspiracy to ex- tort £164,000 from con- tractors building New York's Croton Aqueduct. In Sing Sing, Joey Fay got himself assigned to the job of chapel custodian, looking after the chairs and doors. He made his headquarters in the comfortable office of Rev. Luther Hannum, Pro- testant chaplain of the prison. The chaplain's office, com- plete with electric fan and heater, was an ideal place, summer and winter, for Fay to relax between visitors and fixing chairs. Senators called Rev.' Hannum said Fay did a good job and was con- scientious about everything. But convict Fay's good job was not properly re- vealed until a newspaper dis- closed the identity of his frequent visitors. One of the 87 callers was Senator ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fears Over Star's Divorce Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Fears Over Star's Divorce Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, Saturday. -The divorce and separ- ation suit between film star John Wayne and his wife Esperanza looks like "fizzling out" according to Hollywood personalities. Studio heads are bringing strong pressure on Wayne for a quiet settlement to prevent unfavourable pub- licity. The Waynes separated early last year. They have charged each other in court with cruelty, various infidelities and drunkenness. Several prominent mem- bers of Hollywood society have been mentioned in evidence. They include film star Gail Russell, and Elizabeth Taylor's former husband Nick Hilton.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Picking bad hats FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

j Picking bad hats ; . FACT correspondent : Detectives at Hart îford, Connecticut, help ?hold-up victims identify ?their assailants by put- ting hats on rogues' gal- lery photographs. ; The hats range from Z small reproductions of ¡homburgs to uniform caps. " Police captain Joseph ¡MacDonald said victims of ¡hold-ups often went . through photographs of ? hundreds of hatlcss sus pects without being able toî identify them. ; But when ¡he miniature: hats were mounted on pic-! turcs of criminals, victims : were able to recognise: thr~i. ; . ...?..>>.?....«......tl

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bottled Beer Vanishes [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Bottled Beer Vanishes Bottled beer is again disappearing from Sydney bars and bottle departments. Hotel patrons said yes- terday the bottles were going under the counter or into cellar stockpiles. They expected bottled beer to be short until after | Christmas. I In one hotel, drinkers complained that barmaids would not sell them bottled beer unless they produced tickets issued to regular cus- tomers. ' "We threw our tickets away months ago because there was plenty of bottled beer about," said one man. "Now we are on the outer unless the publican likes the look of us." A publican said there was a seasonal increase in de- mand. , "For Christmas" Many hotelkeepers had managed to meet a limited demand, but were now find- ing it difficult to provide enough for regular cus- tomers. Another said most hotel keepers liked to have some stock on hand for Christ mast and had to watch their supplies. "This Christmas should be better than-last, because there is more ¡nterstatev bottled beer comin...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Penicillin Aids Its Discoverer [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Penicillin Aids Its Discoverer LONDON, Satur day (A.A.P.). - Sir Alexander Fleming, 72, one of the discoverers of Penicillin, has pneumonia. Yesterday his doctor ordered penicillin for him. Lady Fleming told repor- ters that her husband was much better after taking it

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEMORIAL GATES HONOUR TWO KINGS Prise Design [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

MEMORIAL GATES HONOUR! PERSPECTIVE sketch ot portion of the King George V and King George VI memorial to be erected in Hyde Park, near the corner of College and Park Streets. This prize-winning design was submitted by Mr. Lyndon Dadswcll and Dr. II. Epstein. TWO KINGS Prise Design Afler negotiations lasting seven years, the memorial in Hyde Park to King George V and King George VI will be finished in January. It will take the form of a stone wall, with bronze double gates opening into a mosaic pool, featuring typical Australian motifs. Mr. Lyndon Dadswell, who, with Dr. H. Epstein, won first prize for design- ing the memorial, said yes- terday that work was al- ready under way on their final proposal approved ty State Cabinet this week. "It will be a lasting tribute to two great kings, and something which typi- fies Australia's link with the sovereigns," said Mr. Dadswell. "At one stage the whole idea was passed over and it seemed as though there would not be a memorial erected. Rea...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

% 0* "EARLY KOOKA L3" ELECTRIC RANGE with automatic temporature controllad ovaa . Three surface hot-plates . Upright model, flush fît for high-speed cooking t¡ngi compact, easy to or simmering. clean . Designed to look smart ' * in all kitchens. . Generous oven spaco . In white or cream por- with balanced drop celain enamel. down door. Arailable at all Builders' Suppliers '? _and Electricity Undertakings. metters SHOWROOMS: 154 ELIZABETH ST., SYDNEY. M 2408 LI.I6.53 , McDOWELLSNMeetThe "Hosier "Experts A In view of the recent publicity about Nylons, McDowells have arranged with the most important Hosiery Manufacturers in Australia, to send Top Executives to our 'HOSIERY ADVISORY BUREAU" to-morrow and until Friday next, 30th October, so that you, our customers, may have an opportunity to meet, and talk, with the men who design and make your stockings. . What do you wish to know about stockings? . What size should I wear with a 6] A A fractional . Is Nylon really stronger than Pure Si...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Liquor Proposal Rejected [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Liquor Proposal Rejected MELBOURNE, Saturday.-The Victorian Government has rejected a request from the Victorian U.L.V.A. for extension of hotel trading hours from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. But it is considering ex- tending hours during which liquor may be served with meals from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. This was part of a 41-point plan submitted to Victorian Chief Secretary, Mr. L. W. Galvin, by the U.L.V.A. Other reforms receiving consideration from the Gov- ernment are: . Issue of extra club licences. I . Establishment of com- munity hotels in country towns. Both these reforms were the result of Ministerial in- quiries in South Australia and Sydney, and not sub- mitted by the U.L.V.A. "With the Olympic Games due in Melbourne in 1956 1 think overseas visitors will regard our liquor laws as I primitive," said U.L.V.A. I general secretary, Mr. K. J. Corridon yesterday. 'The frenzied rush of drinking between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. has earned us un- desirable publicity. "Victorian liquor laws should be b...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

CHATEAU TANUNDA The Brandy of Distinction

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A knight and his clerk [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

ELIOT Whose son? A knight and his clerk FACT correspondent Reporters asked British poet-playwright T. S. Eliot the real meaning of his new play, "The Confidential Clerk." The play deals with com- plications that arise from the clerk's employer, a knighted financier, believing that the clerk is his illegitim- ate son. To questions, Eliot re- plied: "The critics have found several different mean- ings and the critics are never wrong. "As far as I am concerned, it means what it says. "If I had meant something else, I would have said so." A reporter interjected: "But would you have said so clearly?" Eliot (with mock earnest- ness): "No. I would have said so just as obscurely." The works of Eliot, 65, are more widely read in English-speaking countries than those of any other poet except Shakespeare.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

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Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The richest woman FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

The richest woman FACT correspondent A mystery American millionairess netted £935,000 in tax year 1952-53 after paying more than twice as much in taxes. The tax office said the woman's gross income was £2,850,000, out of which she paid £1,915,000 tax. Tax officials refuse to dis- close her name but say she is single. C They won't say whether she is widowed, divorced, or an old maid. Her return was filed in Florida but that doesn't mean she lives there because taxpayers can file returns in any State. As she was permitted to keep about one-third of her gross income, tax experts be- lieve most of her money came through capital gains, on which tax is much less than on straight earnings. The mystery millionairess was the only woman among eight Americans who earned more than £2,220,000 for the year. A word from the Welsh FACT correspondent B.B.C. adjudicators chose from 1000 suggestions from Welshmen the best Welsh word to describe television. They decided it was "tele du." Since the deci...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

33?* Diary of a Doctor Who Tells . . . Page 64 Your Week hy the Stars.page 64

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Storm Over Trial Of "Coward" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Storm Over Trial I Of "Coward" LONDON, Saturday.-The Labour Party will raise the conviction of a soldier for "cowardice in the face of the enemy" in the House of Commons, probably next week. They will ask the Minister for the Army whether he supports the charge-the first of its kind for 30 years. A court-martial at Cat- terick, Yorkshire, on Wed- nesday, found the soldier, Fisilier Patrick E. Lydon, 26, guilty. It sentenced him to _ a yeaVs gaol and to be dis- charged with ignominy. The finding and sentence are subject to confirmation. "Whimpered" The prosecution had said that Lydon, a volunteer, for Korea and a prisoner of war for l8 months, lay in the bottom of a trench whimpering while his com- rades fought off a vicious enemy attack. All over England the case is being hotly debated. Many London psychia- trists this week suggested that such a case as Lydon's might deserve sympathy lather than contempt. They say the military mind traditionally regards al coward as a coward, and th...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Former Spy On Leave Spy Story To Be Filmed [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Former Spy On Leave ! EDDIE CHAPMAN and his wife, on leave in London from the Gold Coast, look at the first instalment of The Eddie Chapman Story in the "Sun-Herald." Third instalment is published in to-day's issue. (Radio-picture.) Spy Story To Be Filmed From Our Staff Representative LONDON, Saturday. - Eddie Chap- man, 39ryear-old ex-master crook, whose story as a wartime spy for Britain under German "guidance" is now being told in "The Sun-Herald," is back in London. He is arranging for the filming of his book. For three years he has been a hidden, forgotten man in remote Accra on the African Gold Coast, earn- ing £12,000 tb £15,000 a year as a building contractor for Dutch firms. His whereabouts had been a secret as British security authorities wrangled over his book, 'The Eddie Chapman Story." Chapman and his blonde, Shropshire-born wife. Betty, are on six months' leave. Security Ban The film of his story is being written by eminent British producer, * Tony Darnborough, and wil...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
National Health Week [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

National Health Week The fourth National Health Week began in Aus traha on Friday Physical culture displays, life saving demonstrations, women's basketball matches, films, exhibitions of jiu jitsu, tap dancing oquare j dancing and fencing will be ; bold in Sydney Í The Lord Mayor, Alder- man P D Hills, will open an exhibition at the Town HalL

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

CONTEMPORARY GROUP EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS YOU ARE INVITED TO BE PRESENT AT THE OFFICIAL OPENING BY MR. CLIVE AM ADÍO. 3 O'CLOCK MONDAY. ITS AT FARMER'S BLAXLAND GALLERIES. NINTH FLOOR. So much -depends and Hickory on a makes blouse: TOMORROW WE'LL SHOW YOU the difference a '1 l.ckory' bra males to a sheer House. Six of our pretty 'Hickory' assistants will wear the blouses with a 'Hickory' 5 dimensional underneath. See how a beautiful blouse-becomes as 'dressed' as a dress when the bra that was meant font shows family through. (And the blouse is important fashion tins year) THE BRAS ARE IN SIZES 32 to 38"; A. B and C CUP flTTINGS. Tlie Bra that makes the BlouseBeautifu I TJt. MTl;ta T»T oj-7- i,- »«/*. JL_ LI DL *\j cotton strapless bra, 30/6: the blouse is white cotton, £6/6/-. Centre: Neiv 'Hickory' white nylon satin and marquisette bra, 35/-: while collón blouse £*/*/?* Right: New, too, the white nylon and marquisette bra, 34/-; cotton blouse, 34/11. Bras, Farmer's Corset Salon, ...

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