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Two Hurt In Race Crash [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

two Hurt In Race Crash MELBOURNE, Satur- day.- Leading Mel- bourne jockey W. Wil Utnson may not be fit. to ride in the Mel- bourne Cup on Tues äiy week. He suffered possible fractured ribs in a sen satioaal race crash ¡n the Phoenix Handi- cap at Moonee Valley yesterday. Jockey R. Heather was seriously hurt in the crash. He has a probable skull fracture, and a fractured collar- bone. | The smash, in which four horses were in- volved, occurred near the six, furlong post. El Tovar (E. Sel- lers) seemed first to go, and Zezette (Heather), Enemigo (B. Gilders) and , Winniana (Wil- liamson) crashed over her. Sellers and Gilders escaped injury, but Enemigo and Winmana «ER wer destroyed. The stewards report- ed that, racing in sec- ond place around the first turn, Winmana broke his shoulder and fell/bringing down El Tovar, Zezette and Enemigo. They found the occurrence waa acci- dental.

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

Pension Rise On Thursday CANBERRA, Saturday. -The increase of 2/6 in age, invalid, and widow pensions will be payable next Thursday, it was stated in Canberra to-day. j The Treasurer, Sir Arthur Fadden, announced the in- creases in his recent Budget speech. The increase of 2/6 in the general rate of war pen- sion, Service pension, and war widows' pension will be payable on November 5.

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
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

NON-STOP NYLON PUCKER SHEERS flonièrhv Brother! Always fresh and lovely, yet always on the move. Wash, hang, wear-that's all the beauty care nylon needs. Pucker sheers are cool as an iced drink, light as cobweb . . . yours to-morrow on Hordern Brothers second floor. S WIM SUITS for big and little sisters-bright and ga/ as only COTTON can be One from a group of charming nylon frocks Peter Pan collar and tiny black buttons are a feature of this gay style. Jet patent belt tops the big swing skirt. Colors are watermelon, sky blue, white, black. Sizes XSSW. to W., £8/16/6 DRESSES--SECOND FLOOR - LAY-BY ^Äi^|^> elasticised back, adjustable shoulder straps. 11-15, 35/6 C. Tiny Toi to Teen, in floral cottons, sizes 1 to 3, 11/6: 4 to 6, 13/6; 7 to 9, 15/11; 10 to 13, 19/6 D. Terry Beach Coats, for all ages, wrap-over front, in lemon only. 24, 26, 28. 39/9; 30, 32, 34, 47/6; .36, 38, 40, 54/11 Siy/MSÜ/rs-SECOND H.OOR-LAYBY.

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

The Party Round In Town A POWDER BLUE bouffant organza frock was worn by MISS KATH PERROTTET when she attended the Ski Council ball last night with MR. JOHN COEN. MISS DIANA BRUNTON, DR. WALTER PYE (Scone), MRS. LAMBERT LATHAM, MR... STAN WARREN and MRS. WALTER PYE at the party held at the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron during the week to celebrate the engagement of Mrs. Latham's daughter. Miss Elizabeth Latham, to Mr. John Scott-Waine. Below: MISS DIANA PHIPPS, with the HON. CHRIS- TOPHER LODER and MISS MARIE CAYZER, at the engagement party held at the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron during the week. &ÂÎJïi ??, Kdr,WAS Wore going to th Ski Council ball at the ACi Rnllmnm la> night, with MISS ZARA ST cal RE (righi Left: ¡ &?»?' LE,N GLENWMGHT and MR. JIM NIV1 SON, who were among the guests entertainë by Mr. and Mrs. Sverre Kaaten before the bal Below: 1,1 MRS. J. MacD. ROYLE, president of th women's auxiliary of the Sydney Legacy CM IZVLÍh? prZsldZnJ of the cT. MR. BRUC ...

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

BLUE MOUNTÄ f^-(<<-C<<-C<<-C<<-KÍ-C<<-C<<-(<<-C<<-C<<H MONEY BACK GUARANTEE Your money refunded without question if you are not completely satisfied with your purchase of any lot on Middleborough Estate, pro- vided we receive your written request within 7 days after pay- ment of your deposit. 7 «==?- ' | 52 MAGNIFICENT MOUNTAIN LOTS Handy Station and Shops-2-Good Bitumen Road - Excellent Transport Situated 3,500 feet above sea level in one of the most attractive spots in the whole Blue Mountains district, these magnificent level lots, part of Govett's Leap Road Estate, present an outstanding opportunity to secure a perfect mountain home site at an exceptionally low price. SUPERB SETTING Its glorious setting in the heart of the. Blue Mountains, the bracing air, the beautiful public parks a...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sun-Herald SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1953 CHALLENGE TO SYDNEY CITIZENS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

TOe ßun-%tndb SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1953 CHALLENGE TO SYDNEY S CITIZENS SYDNEY people who I care about the civic health of their city are woritjering, not very san guiriely, perhaps, what im- provements can be ex- pected from the drastic changes in the composition and mode of electing the City Council proposed by the Cahill Government. - Something had to be done. Confidence was being lost in the city administration - under- mined 'by rumours that cer- tain aldermanic dealings would not stand exposure to the light of day. It is-bad for the city when such allegations, true or false, gain wide circulation. Clearly it would be bad for -the Labour Party, too, if, at this junc- ture, any scandal were to -attach to a part of its municipal branch. Whether or not the Gov- ernment' had that con- sideration in mind, it in- vited critical speculation by the suddenness and sweeping character of its proposed reforms. Aldermanic representa- tion, fixed by Mr. Cahill himself only a few v^ais ago, is ...

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

DRIVERS! OUR CÚMPLETE PRICE RANGE. Gns. A special line of plastic cheek Seet covers - for per- sonal shoppers only. Priced at £8/10/ elsewhere. Gns. A beautiful range of Imported materials - plastic all over - Easily worth 15 Gns. 13 Gns. This wonderful material rich in colour - strong enough for taxi work - CANNOT be made for less than 20 Gns. by any other firm. ^ ^ÊM. Is our Luxury rango T ^J In PLEXON - An I ^W Australian - made , wonder weave - ^.___ ' better than Nylon as Ulis.' it is "non-flam" ... try a cigarette on Nylon before you buy - then try It on Plexon - always compare prices. . 3 Hour SERVICE if required. * FREE FITTING Our Prices depend only on the materials used One price for any car ... ti does not rise with the size of the car. Open daily 8.30 a.m to 5 p.m. (Sat., 8 a.m. to 12). Mail Orders promptly attended to; 5/- for post. SEETCOVERS uffi» 14 Flinders St., Taylor Square, Sydney PHONES: FA4564-FA2769 Australia's Largest Seat Cover Manufacturers. ( more mues tha...

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

Unrest On Wages HOBART, Satur- day.-Already there are signs of industrial unrest in Tasmania on the wage "freeze" issue. . The Premier, Mr. R. Cosgrove, has stated that members of the Public Ser- vice will get the November increase and that there is not much likelihood of State Wages Boards following the lead of the Arbitration Court. . Workers under Federal awards are incensed that they will not benefit simi- larly. There are about 30,000 workers under State Wages Boards. Unless each board decides to suspend adjustments those workers must auto- matically receive the increase in November. In the case of Hobart this increase is 10/ a week and the State Government alone will be faced with a payroll increase of £400,000. vThe position in other States is: 1 VICTORIA MELBOURNE, Saturday. -The Victorian Cabinet will await the Full Arbitration Court's reasons for abolish- ing cost-of-living adjustments before deciding its policy on basic-wage adjustments. The Government is likely also to b...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEATURES The Creed And Cash Of Evita From Our New York Office [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

FEATURES The Creed A.MI Cash Of Evita From Our New York Office sr. I Even while Argentina's strong man, General Juan Peron, is reported about to take unto himself a new "Evita," the fantastic legend of Eva Peron continues to flourish. The ruthless, beautiful, blonde Eva has been dead for little more than a year but in Argentina, at least, her name is being perpetuated ¡¡, to-day on a greater scale than ever. ijr/TORE monuments are jM- ?*. being raised in her [einemory, labour organisa- tions have more pictures [of her plastered on their ii walls than of Peron, and ithe people are being told f?by her former followers i that the lunar image in the [sky is no longer "the man ¡in the moon," but is the tface of a woman-Evita ¡herself. ¡ In the schools, Grimm's Sfairy tales, Mark Twain's ¡"stones, and others have been ^banned and in their place is a new text-book entitled ''"My Mission in Life." ! It was written by Eva shortly before her death. The children of Argentina îwill certainly ha...

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

ONE MOVEMENT ONLY and ? - - THAT'S J...^ '??- THAT Snap it shut - to 2 inches thick. Nothing to jam up, nothing to crush fingers. Flip it open and you've a chair shaped co give comfort, built to be wearproof, designed to be attrac- tive- in a choice of colours. For hotels, cafes, clubs, halls it's perfect. And every home needs a few as extras. That's why it's said to be the best folding chair yet. Contact your furniture supplier or write direct. Special quantity terms for clubs, cafes, etc. sebel FOLD-A-BYE All-Steel CHAIR £3/5/ tn Sydney motrop. area. N.S.W. Distributor«: SEBEL SALES LIMITED 96 Canterbury Road, Bankstown, N.S.W. UY28I3 .MAIL ORDER" J- YEAR GUARANTEE "Only 5/- lay-by will secure any article. Send for Free Illustrated Leaflet. LA Y-BY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS lhe OLYMPIAN Men's Combination wrist walch and stop-watch A precision time- piece, Swiss Jewelled movement set in chrome case. Shock pro- tected, anti-magnetic, luminous dial and luted with unbreakable glass and leathe...

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

Also M 20 OXFORD SQUARF (Opp Buckingham s) Send for hRbh catalogue Send 3 G and we will post to yo udlrectlons und Ingredients to make 3 gallon* of reil foam- ing beer Six kinds Pair Bitter and Malt Ales, Hop and Clo- ser Beera also Stout Send an extra 1/6 mid we will include Ingredients to make a quart of Orange» Lemon Lime Raspberry or Pineapple Cordial Sold m Australia, S h Ama and South Pacific »ince lMOi* "CASA" (Reg.) CO., CLAYTON Vic, AUST. £12'5' FIRST CHOICE OUTSTANDING . Watch VALUE Now With Unbreakable Mainsprings Backed by Bruce & Walsh 12 monlhs' Service Guarantee * Vou can buy cheaper watches-or more expensi\c ones but wc know of no belter wjich at Tclca's price Nnlc the smnrl st) Ung of the genuine Swiss case, which suggests a much more e.vpcnslre walch. Sturdy, too-a watch that will suit the sports- man-the gardener-the man who doesn't want to coddle" his watch-because it's protected against water, dusr. heal, cold, and shock, and it's anti magnclic Titled wi...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEATURES The Cruise of the Komet—Part 2 CAPTIVES Of The SEA [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

iSSSïl The Cruise of the Komet-Part 2 CAPTIVES Of The SEA IN THE GREY light of dawn on November 28, 1940, the 17,000-tons liner Rangitane was steaming unsuspectingly through a calm, leaden sea off northern New Zealand. AU lOST directly ahead was an innocent-look- ing merchantman, her sleek hull low in the water and a neutral flag painted on her side. There had been a dance in the black ed-out liner the night be- fore. A few of the passen- gers, the women in evening dress, still lined the rail to shiver in the morning air and watch the rapidly nearing ship. The liner carried ' 11 pas- sengers and a crew of 202. Three hours later the Rangitane. ablaze, riddled with gunfire and blasted by two torpedoes, had rolled on to her side and plunged to the bottom. The German merchant raider Komet had struck the most devastating blow in her World War II cruise of de- struction, during which she sank seven ships in Pacific waters. The Komet entered the Pacifie in September, 1940, disguised as a n...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Dietrich Is A Star FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Another Dietrich Is A Stur By A Staff Correspondent \ In New York ANOTHER DIETRICH is rising in the American entertainment world Maria, daughter of the almost fabulous Marlene^ ALREADY she is a star, in the 100,000 dollars a year class-she has just signed a seven y e a r contract with America's largest television network. The personality of Mar- lene Dietrich-Marlene of the husky voice and long legs, a popular film star for nearly 30 years, "the grand- mother who never grows old"-has tended to over- shadow, until recently the emergence of her daughter. But Maria's success story is almost as remarkable as her mother's. A few years ago it would have seemed impossible. Her mother's career has not helped her. She made her own breaks, to compen- sate for a lonely and un- happy childhood. How lonely and unhappy is shown by the fact that when she was l8, Maria - Dietrich was almost ugly and weighed 14 stone-she had tried to solace her soli- tude and boredom by over- eating in her mother's ...

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

Hydrogen Cheered MELBOURNE, Satur- day.-A record Moonee Valley crowd cheered Hydrogen's second suc- cessive W. S. Cox Plate win to-day. Hydrogen has now won £54,029 prizemoney - only £.2,396 short of Phar Lap's Australian record winnings. It was his 23rd win in 48 starts. A crowd of 48,000 saw him beat Prince Morvi and the star Victorian colt, Cromis. Australia's glamour horse, Carioca, the heavily backed fav- ourite, finished fifth. Tricky Track The demonstrative Melbourne crowd, seeing Carioca for the first time, clapped as he stepped on to the course. But, unsuited by the tricky track, Carioca's final effort lacked the dash he has shown in every win. . Details of race, Page 37.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Troops At Work To Counter London's Strike From Our Staff Correspondent And A.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Troops At WorM To Counter | London's StriMe From Our Staff Correspondent And A.A.P. LONDON, Saturday.-Troops began delivering . petrol to essential transport users in London this; morning, while striking transport drivers watched sullenly. The waggons which soldiers, sailors and airmen drove from about 50 distribution depots carried police outriders in radio control with Scotland Yard. Though pickets jeered as the¡ troops moved in, there were no j incidents. About 3,000 troops will help to man London's fleet of 700 tankers. Last night 2,600 tanker drivers voted against a return to work. 1 They are demanding a pay ¡rise of 10/ a week and the dis- missal of all non-union members I in the industry. This is the situation facing London this week-end: Thousands of cars, vans, coaches, and taxis are stranded all over London. Bus services will be cut by al- most half, and taxi services by two-thirds. Food distribution and mails have been cut. CITY "HELD TO RANSOM" Government officials say t...

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

¡Crosby Sued For Million LOS ANGELES, i Saturday (A.A. P.); ' Crooner Bing Crosby to-day faced a suit "for a million dollars , (£A446,000). a Plaintiffs alleged that ?'Crosby was drunk when ? his Mercedes Benz car ' crashed into another car i and injured three people. ¡' The suit resulted from an "accident at 5 a.m. on Sun f, day, October 11, in west i,Los Angeles, when Crosby's . car was in collision with that of Frank Verdugo, of ''the City Fire Brigade. ; Drink Charge .Verdugo, his wife, and his brother-in-law were . seri- ously injured and are still in hospital. Crosby was almost un- ir hurt. s> The action accused , ? Crosby of driving his car ^ "at a wanton and reckless ' rate of speed, in violation of ' traffic controls... and while under the influence of in ' toxicating liquors."

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

Pocket-money LONDON, Saturday (A.A.P.).-"The Star's" sports diarist yesterday attacked the Four Home Unions which has fixed the pocket money of the All Blacks at 7/3i a day during their five months tour of the United Kingdom. The diarist says: "Let the Four Home Unions wake-up and realise that their duty as hosts is to see their guests, who will make ' a lot of money for the unions as well as for themselves, - have enough money to pre- vent worrying about the cost of postage home or whether they can afford a pint of beer, a round of golf, and many other such items. "Prices have gone up and even amateurs like to have some money in their pockets. Grant the visitors at least one pound sterling a day ex- penses-not a half- penny less." " "When the New Zea- land authorities raised an eyebrow they were told that the matter would be discussed at the next Imperial Rugby con- ference. This meets next March. The All Blacks' 29th and last match of the tour takes place on February 20."

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINISTERS DIVIDED ON WAGE CHAOS PROBLEM Cabinet Fixes Policy To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

INISTERS DIVIDED ON AGE CHAOS PRO Cabinet Fixes Policy To-morrow State Cabinet, at its meeting to-mor- row, will be under union pressure to { override the order freezing the £ wages of 500,000 persons working r under State awards. Industrialists said yesterday that if the Gov- ernment yields the entire N.S.W. wage structure will be thrown into chaos. However, late last night it was made clear that i a number of Ministers will urge strongly that [r the Industrial Commission's order suspending j quarterly wage adjustments should be allowed g to stand. f Huge Cost To State If Cabinet decides to pay its transport workers and other public servants the 3/ basic wage increase under '.he Nov- ember adjustment, the State's wages bill will rise by between £650,000 and £.750,000 a year. The Premier, Mr. J. J. Cahill, said last Tuesday that it was Cabi- net's policy to pay the higher wage. "End To Arbitration" Employers' representatives said last night that a Government de- cision to over-ride ...

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

Your Paper To-day TWO of Australia's most popular comic strips are published in "The Sun-Herald" to-day on Page 83. They are: The Potts. Wally and the Major. A Mercier cartoon-in future a regular feature-is on page 76. . . . To-day's "Sun-Herald" also brings you the first in- stalment-in a four-page lift out section (pages 43-46) of a thrilling story by Agatha Christie. The paper to-day is 88 pages, plus eight pages of comics. . . . . All the news is in the front part of the paper (pages 1 to 15). Editorial pages, Spotlight, Finance, and Politics are from page 16 to page 22. Feature articles begin on page 23, Women on page 27, and Sport on page 37. ,

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