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ROYAL "MEN-ONLY" PARTY STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

ROYAL "MEN-ONLY" PARTY STAFF CORRESPONDENT LONDON, October 24.-The Duke of Edinburgh and his private secretary, Aus- tralian Lieut. - Com- mander Michael Park- er, are planning n "men-only" party in Buckingham Palace be- fore the Royal tour be- gins in a month's time. It will be held in the Duke's "men-only cabin," a replica of one of his Navy cabins which has recently been moved from Clar- ence House to the Pal- ace. No women, not even the Queen, will be allowed inside. At the parry the Duke himself will hand round beer in pewter pots.

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

Mïiili^^ WfSBSMS VERANDAH FURNITURE Cane Table Witta 27in glass top £9/4/ Cane Chairs Each .£3/19/ Garden Chair Grcxn underfnmc with Red, Lemon or Orange Seats _ £2/15/ Garden Table 2fiin square Green un derframi. with Orange, Red or Lemon top £3/19/6 5fl CARDEN SLAT (not Illustrated) £4/4/9 Nest of Tables Modern, in Maple Cane Traymobile £9/16/9 Round, 22m wide with lilt-out tray top £8/, Bedside Table Willi Jriwcr and shelf. In light or dark colour £2/14/9 Dressing Table £10/15/9 VONO DAY BED 2ft 6ln, £6/3/9 3ft. £6/10/ 4ft 6ln. £7/16/ Qualify Inner Spring Mattresses io Fit 2ft 6ln, 3ft. 4ft 6in. £8/12/- £10/-/. £13/7/9 BRITISH AXMINSTER RUGS in Attractive Floral Designs. SIZES: PRICES 4ft x 1ft 10V4¡n . £2/3/9 4ft 3in x 2ft 31a .£2/15/3 5ft 3in x 2ft 8in . £4/1/6 5ft 8ln x 3ft . £4/19/" 6ft x 3ft 9in .I.. £7/1/' 6ft 6in x 4ft 61a . £9/3/3 HELPFUL CREDIT AND STANDARD TERMS GLADLY AVAILABLE 403-411 GEORGE ST. (50 yards from Market SYDNEY BX3801

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

Their Dresses From Overseas A LONDON dress, sugar pink poplin cocktail skirt, with a broderie anglais top, is worn by . MISS PAMELA ALLSOPP, of Double Bay, who arrived home in the Orion. Right: FROM LAUSANNE, Switzerland, comes the sky blue poplin sun- dress, teamed with a white cardigan, with little blue buttons and a jewelled blue collar, and black patent san- dals from Rome, worn by MISS ROBIN GUNDRY, of Elizabeth Bay, ioho was a mem- ber of the staff of the Pensionnat Juat, a finishing school in Nyon, Switzerland, be- fore she returned home ' last week. MISS DIANE GOLD- BERG, of Mosman, who returned from America" last week, wearing a dress of loosely woven white jersey, heavily flecked with threads of orange wool, from Boston, arid black shoes by Capezio. INCOMING LINERS have been packed with Sydney people returning from holidays abroad, and women have had in their lug- gage at least one outfit bought while away. Some well-known Sydney girls wear these dresses they brought back ...

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

HE life stories of millionaires, who have risen from poverty, all tell us that these men saved regularly out of their humble earnings in their early years, and that, consequently, tliey had the money necessary to take advantage of the right opportunity. As in the lives of millionaires, so, also, with all successful men and women, a savings bank account has played a most important part. The Commonwealth Savings Bank invites you to save regularly so thal you, loo, can seize the oppor-* lunilies that come your way. MONWEALTH BANK THERE'S A BRANCH OR AGENCY IN YOUR DISTRICT

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

&?t*ick Bananas ín Jelly btZsor lime ielly cry5tal or Mt^ Leave until thickening. Pee and slice banana* «refulß stir through the ¡<UY ÏÏR a mould or serving bowl. Pas«? So easy so good, to tempt- ing, all desserts mad« from |«1ty crystals or tablets are delicious summer foods .. 7*ste ffetter^Go Further / .jç Your grocer stocks many flavours and many colours of many brands -Mart coed/ INSERTED BY DAVIS GELATINE (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD III TIE INTERESTS OF THE MANUFACTURERS OF AUSTRALIAN JElllES. Glove Silk 2-Piece Set Reduced to 2 3 I I SSW, SW, W, and OS. Half-slip and Gussie, genu- ine first-quality glove silk. Slip has 3-inch hem of im- ported needle-run lace (180 square inches of lace!) Gus sies are perfectly cut, have long-life elastic waist and deep lace frill all round each leg. Colours: Foam White, as illustrated, also Peach, Sky and Lilac. O.S. in Foam White and Blue only. Country customers please order Style 156, also give size and 2nd colour choice and add ...

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

Dutch Hold Sixteen Indonesian Captives From.Jack Percival, in Dutch West New Guinea. Dutch West New Guinea officials yesterday told me of evidence which, they claim, is proof of Indonesian attempts to infiltrate Dutch territory. The Dutch are holding 16 Indonesians in custody in Hollandia, capital of Dutch West New Guinea. The officials said that these men were survivors of a group which tried to infil trate the town of Fak-Fak. The Dutch said they also held weapons and ammuni- tion which, they claimed, Dutch troops captured from the infiltrators. They had made a full re port of the incident to the Netherlands Government at The Hague, and were await- ing instructions. "We regard the situation as explosive," said the officials. The Dutch officials said that the infiltrators landed with fwo Bren guns, two tommy-guns. and , two 2-in. mortars. During a fight between the infiltrators and a Dutch patrol, several Indonesians were killed. A mortar shell fired by the Indonesians narrowly mis...

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

"it's the time of day I most enjoy, darling. "It's the quarter hour of companionship that I just wait for - every day. I think I'm very lucky, darling, having you coming home to me to enjoy our drink together before dinner; to be able to quieten down after the children are bathed and to relax with an appetiser before dinner. I must tell you - Marie and John are following our example. They started it last week - just two drinks every night before dinner. Marie and I were discussing what's the best thing to drink. Of course, I told them that you liked brandy or whisky and I had gin. Marie was saying that she likes gin too, and of course dear old John just adores his rum. . I wonder why more people don't follow this habit, darling. It's not as though it's expensive or bad for ,,you, provided you drink in moderation and to me it's just a pleasant beverage. I think this before-dinner drink is just another little thing, darling, that keeps us so close - that strengthens In us COMPANIONSHI...

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

Himalaya's New Funnel The Hiimlaja's new Thornj croft patent funnel aroused comment as the P and O liner sailed for London yesterday. Photos show the original and altered funnels. The alteration, made in London, was designed to stop fumes and smoke from sweeping oier the sports decks. It has added five extra feet to the funnel's height, now 45 feet, and four tons to its weight, now 64 tons.

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

PERMANENT . PAINLESS GUARANTEED NO MORE CaÄ When you think of Facial Hairs and Moles >ou naturally think of Grace Manners. Why? Because Grace Manners experts do nothing else but treat Facial Blemishes and Grace Manners Aval TO Ray Is the most successful method in Australia. Per- manent removal guaranteed. Recommended by Medical Profession. Write for Free Booklet. Phone M3182. wmti Suite 19, 3rd Floor, Slate Shopping Block, Market Sired. Es1. 20 Years.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Strike Holds Up U.S. Planes [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Strike Holds Up U.S. Planes I OS ANGI IIS S mr day (A A P 1 - \ssemblv line pioduction of the United Stiles newest jel fif.hter the F 100 Super S ihre ind nnny other mihi r> mr crift w is hilltd \cslcnhy .it the Noith Anicric in Aviation Compun works by i strike of VOOO Uniied Auto Workers The st i ike tot under woy at the compin>s Los Angeles ind Columbus Ohio woiks ifler the unions request foi wage in ere ises was icfustd

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

New Hair-Do for Summer? M.i.T.LON DON Let J. D. Borrow« man style for you an individual hair- do for summer. One as beautiful as it is practical; one that emerges from the surf and falls easily into place. Make en appoint- ment for cutting or a permanent. Style booklet sent free on request. St. James Building, 109 Elizabeth Street. Phone! MA2733, MA2333 the Headquarters of Permanent Waving. it's handy! ifs free! ifs yours for the asking! presented by ^Ce~^S^¿^^^¿^ A COMPLETE RANGE OF AUTOMOTIVE OILS AND GREASES equally suitable for new and old engines THE GOOD COMPANIONS For top-up or oil change, choose ENERGOL, the 'Good Companion' of C.O.R MOTOR. SPIRIT at Ask for your ENERGOL Automotive FAULT-LOCATION DISC at . . . AN INDEPENDENT SERVICE STATION THE COMMONWEALTH OIL REFINERIES (Marketers in Australia for Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. Ltd) LTD

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Inquiry At Gilgandra STANDARD CHECKED [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Hospital Inquiry At Gilgandra STANDARD CHECKED The Minister for Health, Mr. M. O'sullivan, said yesterday that two officials of the N.S.W. Hospitals Commission are inquiring into conditions at Gilgandra District Hospital where the Hudson quads were born on October 6. Three of the children died later. Mr. O'Sullivan's statement followed reports that the nursing staff at the hospital had resigned. He said: "The statement that the hospital is not up to standard is true. "It is also true that accom- modation for the nursing staff is very poor. "In order to overcome this difficulty, a new prefabri cated hospital is being erect- ed at Gilgandra. "Work will be resumed on this at a normal rate almost at once. "A Hospitals Commission inspector and an auditor are at present making inquiries at the hospital. "If an inquiry is found necessary it will be conduct- ed by the Hospitals Commis- sion and will not be open to the public." Sister Marnie Bruce, who helped bring the Hudson quads into the ...

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

Factory's Recovery Staff Correspondent DETROIT, (Mich- igan), Saturday. - General Motors Cor- poration yesterday re- sumed production of automatic gear-shifts two months after their factory was totally wiped out by fire. The fire cost more than £31 million, threw 9000 men out of work, and centred America's attention on the wartime danger of concentration of industry. It was predicted that it would be a year before the company could get back in production. Now the company is back in production in one-sixth of the predicted time.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
U.S. CLERIC SEES POLICE STATE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

U.S. CLERIC SEES POLICE STATE SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday (A.A.P.). The Methodist bishop of the Los Angeles area, the Rev. Donald Tippett, yesterday said the United States is closer to a police State now than Germany was when Hitler took over. Mr. Tippett was addres- sing a western Tegional Methodist conference. He said: "It was once fashionable and economi- cally advantageous to be a member of a church. "Now it is dangerous, par- ticularly if you are a Protest I ant, and even more particu- larly if you are a Methodist." He was criticising the management of the Phil- harmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles, who had refused to allow it to be used by Bishop Bromley Oxnam because he was "too controversial." '

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Chiefs Quiet Habits Special Reporter [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Police Chiefs Quiet Habits Special Reporter ; AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Saturday. i The Commissioner of Police, Mr. E. H. i Compton, whose administration will be í under scrutiny by the Royal Commission i announced this week, is a quiet-spoken, i quiet-living man. MR. COMPTON ?The-Royal Com- : mission will investi- ! gate charges: « . That certain book- Ü makers have, over « long periods, given * considerable sums to : policemen as hush 2 money. : . That there has ? been laxity in admin- ; istration of the licens- '. ing laws. ; . That some mern- : bers of the police i force have criminal ? records. ; The Commission ! will ask Mr. Comp- ; ton to explain work : done at his private ! home and to answer ; allegations that he : illegally tapped priv- ! ate telephones while « head of an anti- ; bookmaking squad in '. Wellington in 1944. S Mr. Compton's ¡j private life follows ; closely the tenets of : his religion - the « Brethren Church. ; He took over the I task of heading the ? force last Marc...

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

Don't let coughing snctzlne wheezing nttai.lv, of Asthma ana Bronchitis poison jour ¡>>sjT sap your energy, ruin sour health and weaken jour hear' Mcndaco, a ramous ne» American scientific medicine, starts immediately to clrcu Me through the blood, quickly curb; ins the attacks The very first day the thick phlegm is dis- solved, thus giving free easy breathing and letting you sleep the night through in peace «JW comfort. Get Mcndaco from your chemist or store to-day under guarantee to stop your Asthma coughing and to elm vou free easy breathing me urn day or money back.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Miki Sehers His Textiles Are World-Famous [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Mihi Sehers MIK! SEKERS, a noted British textile weaver, and the cigarette-holder (plus cigarette) without which he is seldom seen. His Textiles Are World-Famous TO-DAY he will arrive in Sydney from Melbourne (last week he flew from Lon- don and on again in a mat- ter of hours) to show the col- lection of clothes in wonder- ful new non-transparent nylons which he is taking around the world. It says much for him that the collection is star-studded with the names of the top Paris and London cou'.urr. Sekers has done what only one or two other men in the world have done-made headlines with fabrics done, before they are made into frocks, and made a new Sekers collection of a few dress lengths and some squares of fabric slung on wooden stretchers an event as eagerly attended and nearly as crowded as any Paris couturier's preview. What is his secret? Quite simply he has ta1-i "ZEST" is the one word for Miki Sekers, the man who has put British silks and nylons on the map. He travels 40,000...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Their Walkabout Made Book Family Affair [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Their Walkabout Made Hook Family Affair A COCKTAIL hal and a "cigareltc papcr" swag were the two rather incompatible items taken by Coralie and Leslie Rees on a seven months' hitch- hiking tour in remote North Australia, the subject of their latest book "Spinifex Walk- about," which is to be published on Wednes- day. "The cocktail hat," Mrs. Rees explained, "was for a party on the way home, and the swag-called 'cigarette-paper' because it had to be featherweight -held the bare essentials -two blankets, a ground sheet, and a pillow." "I used my boots for a pillow," her husband added. Literary Collaborators Mr. and Mrs. Rees-he is Federal play editor for the A.B.C. and author of the "Digit Dick" and other children's books, while she is a well-known journalist have been in literary col- laboration since they were both students at Perth Uni- versity. "I edited the university magazine," said Mr. Rees. "And I was sub-editor," she said. "We both got scholar- ships to England, where we were...

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

Îatçhfor . fx "THE tsm-HERALDS" MELBOURNE f; CUP ADVANCE COVER ¡ NEXT WEEK ii--------? -_ DAVID JONES' OPENS 8.40 a.m. SATURDAYS

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

[Woila!la Odds In (Cup Halved! MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Hydrogen was promoted to equal favouritism with Carioca for the Melbourne Cup immediately after his slashing win in the W. S. Cox Plate at Moonee Valley to-day. His price has been wt by two points, tren more jinking than « elevation of Hydrogen the fact that Wodalla, win w of the Moonee Valley up, has been moved up to « second line. His new price is now half at quoted about him yes irday. ' .Welloch's price has eased «r his failure in the Cox Ute but Morse Code, "/«un the Cup. has firmed M Joined him on the third ne. There has been an eas «wo but his sixth in the Lo* Plate was the effort P'rL?°M handiCí>PPer. "mee Morvi and Cromis lorter " £"* four PO¡^ 55/ an yesterday's ÍA'S Price has been «gW by four points. £ rv F*1" of th« Vic :ïl\*rây next Saturday tr-UD & a,s wi" th<''un M'üL* ciose second tlhe own«s of Prince1 Morvi, Messrs. J. Harris and "H. Tanks," have warn- ed that the colt is not to be regarded ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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