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The Young King Who Does Not Smile FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

The Young King II Ir o D&es Nat Smiie ¡lilli By A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT THERE IS a simple human reason why the young King of the Belgians is a shy and unhappy figure, keeping rigidly to the plain formalities on public occasions, seldom smiling, spending his holidays abroad. THE lanky, shortsighted 22-year-old King Baudouin, after two years on the throne, feels a con- flict of loyalties towards his father, ex-King Leo- pold, his step-möther, the beautiful ex-commoner Princess Liliane de Rethy, and his country. Baudouin has still some- thing of the awkward over- awed small boy in his atti tude to his father. He re- veres and perhaps even fears him. Yet a large section of Belgians have detested Leopold ever since, in 1940, he surrendered to the Ger- mans and turned his back on the resistance movement. The young king idolises the gay and fascinating woman who became his stepmother in 1941, but many Belgians have been cold, even hostile towards her. The story of Baudouin's relati...

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

I Atom And Antiquity By A Staff Correspondent In London When the first atom bomb exploded over Hiroshima eight years ago, the ..world peered fearfully toward an unpredictable future. Nobody could have foreseen that one of the side effects of the explosion would lake man's inquiring mind back through thousands of years to the very dawn of history and beyond. YET it was revealed the r other day by officials :of the British Museum that as a result of one of the most astonishing inciden- tal discoveries of atomic ^research, British scientists ("and archaeologists will set fout early next year to as- semble mankind's first ac-, leurate chronology of all inown history. I Experts from the British [Museum, Harwell Experi pnental Atomic Station, the iRoyal Institution, and the ¡Institute of Archaeology will ¡begin in February of next pear on the greatest arch laeologicl adventure of the twentieth century." » They hope that within five lyears the calendar of human Iprogfcss from the Ice Age t...

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

Youth, Beauty And Hisses By A London Correspondent. The feminine skirmishing which broke out in London last week when Miss France won the Miss World title at a - beauty contest-to the mortification of a very vocal and volatile Miss Egypt-was - slightly niore vigorous than usual. BUT the fuss was by no means unprecedented. Each year 2,000 beauty contests are held in Britain, and there is nearly always jealousy among the com- petitors. In addition, all manner of authorities, and particularly some churchmen, are op- posed to beauty competi- tions and have strongly con- demned them. Even the income-tax auth- orities have a viewpoint; they claim that if a girl displays her body to make money she should be taxed! The beauty contest was in- vented in Britain,.the first international event being held at Folkstone in 1911. America has taken the busi- ness to a greater extreme, if that is possible. Britain holds 2,000 con- tests a year, involving 35,000 girls and £200,000 in prize money. Most...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To-day's RADIO Programmes FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

To-day's RADIO Programmes 9 O 2I~C Country Mon s Session 2BL New Releases 2GB Hillbilly Hank 2UW Charlie Chuckles 2CH Sunday School of the Air 2UE Sen ice With a Smile 2KY Light and Bright 2SM Mclodiana 9 IS 2rC Australian Record Album 2UE Melody Time 2K.Y Music 9 30 2i~C Radio Service 2BL Piano 2GB Melodies 2UE Voice of 1 rophecy 2UW These Old Shades 2CH Sunshine 1'our 2SM Music 9 45 2GB Microcroove 10 0 2I1L Book Reviews 2GB Old Gardener 2CH Composer s Gallery 2UE Wo ncn in Sport .UW Pick of the Hits 2K.Y II »nour on Record 10 15 2rC Slrinss 2BL Sym phony Hour 2GB Report from London 2UC Melodies 2KY Banjo School 10 30 2GB Divine Service L beni Catholic Church St. Alban s 10 45 2FC Meet the Travellers ">UE Stardust 2KY Salute to Beauty 2SM Music li 0 2rc Magic oí Melody 2BL Service Holy Trinity Kings ford 2UW ShinlnR Stars 2CH Presbyterian Church Rose Bay 2SM High Mass 2KY Bright Melodies 11 15 2UE All Time Hits It 20 2SM Boys Town II 30 2UW Pick Up Parade 2UE Synchromatic Hour ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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GILBERT MANT THE WAY I SEE IT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

GILBERT MANT THE WAY I SEE IT tVEE difficulty of establishing 1 good relations between the public and the police in Aus- tralia was emphasised by Mr. Justice Brereton this week. This is something that comes up fre- quently in N.S.W. but nothing is ever done to correct it. Mr. Justice Brereton blamed public ill-feeling toward the police on the boorishness of many policemen, lack of a fair deal toward some of the public who fall into their hands and rumours of corruption and venality among police officers. The police, of course, can justly reply that the public regard them as "mug coppers" and will cheer- fully watch a policeman being kicked to death by thugs without interfering. It seems to me that the N.S.W. Police badly need a public relations department to break down this mutual antagonism. A properly organised campaign might work wonders. My experience is that there are still many older policemen of the London Bobby type in N.S.W. but younger recruits are sometimes arrogant and b...

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

MUSH \\È: HACES CITY VIEW TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP, Sf.-GRIFITE, 8-3 CB. Alvisio), 1; EIRE'S PRUDE, 7-12 CM. Singho), 2; HIGHLAND BIRD, 8-8 (K. Bratby), 3. BET- TING: 7-4 Highland Bird, 3 O'sul- livan, 7-2 Buzzard Lad. 7 GRIF- ITE, 16 Dol Chat, 20 The Knob, 33 Arabian Link, High Die, 50 Domino..Boy, High Shah, Tarzali, Eire's Pride, Iragnal, 100 Native Rufer. Divs.: Win, £1/13/6; place, 9/, £2/14/6, 7/6. Long nk., Vi hd. Time, lm 2s (eq. record). Started 1.12. . FIRST BONNIE DUNDEE NOVICE HANDICAP, 6f.-OAK SPEAR. 8-7 CN. BesO, 1;' SIR HECTOR, 7-11, less 5 all. CW. Barnes), 2; SILVER DUKE, 7-6, Inc. 3 over (V. Faggotter),-3. BET- TING: 4* Reciprocate, 9-2 OAK SPEAR, Pro Bono, 6 Sir Hector, 8 Big Dale, Garwind, 14 Silver Duke, Trissie Ann, 20 Archie's Gift, 25 .Salt Petal, 33 Paspin, 50 Thomond, 66 Springbrook, 200 Malt Pal. Divs.: Win, £1/9/6; Place, 11/. 13/. £1/5/6. 3 !.. 2 1. Time,-lm IZVAS. Started 1.49. Scratched: Chillers Gift, Gay Phal. _ SECOND BONNIE DUNDEE NOVICE HANDICAP, 6L-...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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COUNTRY DOGS Bathurst [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

ioinvrar it04,s ¡ Bathurst 4TH BATHURST. - MINDA LODGE, 3-1, 1; .Mischiefs Ally, 8-1, 2; Sparkling Spray, 7-4, 3. 2 len.,, 2 len. Time, 31.3s. BATHURST MAIDEN.-PAUL CALL LAD.4-1, 1; Chief Deposit, 5^4 on, 2; Flaming Rock, 5-1, 3. 3 len., 5 len. 3L6s. KELSO MAIDEN.-CORINDA LASS, 6-4, 1; Hollywood Lass, 4-1. 2; Noble Wirra, 8-1, 3. 1 len., 3 leng. Time, 18.4s. SECOND BATHURST. -THE SHELF, evens, 1; Jean Rainbird, 4-1, 2; Jubilee Sign, 3-1, 3. Hd., VA len. Time, 31.6s. Scratched: The Pacemaker. > 3RD NOVICE FLYING.-KEN- TUCKY SIGN, 7-1, 1; Pretty Re- view, 3-1, 2; Late Bird, 7-4, 3. Hd., nk. Time, 18.5s. Scratched: Snowstream Girl. 3RD BATHURST.-MELROSE KING, 5-4, 1; Zbonargo, 2-1, 2; Fay's Money, 3-1, 3. len., 2 len. Time, 31.6s. 4TH- MACQUARIE.-BLONDE HUSH, 2-1 on, 1; Green And Yellojr, 5-2,-2; Sharp Jeff, 10-1, 3. 2 len'., 4 len. Time, 26.4s. 4TH NOVICE FLYING. - JACENA, 2-1 on, 1; Money Havoc, 3-1, 2; Brazen Havoc,. 8-1, 3. 2V4 len., 2Vi len,_ Time. 18.5s. Goulburn MAIDEN STAKE,...

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PUIG-AUBERT KEEN TO COME Staff Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

PUIG-AÜBERT KEEN TO COME Staff Correspondent. LONDON, Saturday. Puig-Aubert, the French ] Rugby League star, told, Australian international Arthur Clues in Bordeaux last week that he definitely would be going to Aus- tralia. He showed Clues a cable from the Illawarra League's club offering him £stg5,000 for a five-year contract with a wekly wage as a club em- ployee. Clues said, "Pipette said he could go only as a coach and could not play in com- petition football because of the poaching ban. "But we told him he would be doing the right thing if he accepted the offer. , "He has a wife and child, and now is only travelling for a chocolate firm in France." The French Rugby League has not yet admitted that negotiations were in pro- gress between Illawarra and Puig-Aubert.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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WOMEN SET TWO RECORD Third Disallows [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

WOMEN SEH TWO RECORD Third Disallow, Two records were broken the A grade events at the WODIQ athletics at the Sydney Spot Ground yesterday. ' Marlene Matthews (W.S.) clocked 11 seconds for 100 yards-better time than the inter-club record-but officials later disallowed the tune. Eighteen-year-old Eastern Suburbs competitor Gwen Wallace bettered her own record for the broad jump by 3m. with a leap of 18ft. lin. Mary Breen, also of Eas- tern Suburbs, created a shot put record of 34ft. lin., bet- tering her previous record of 33ft. 10m. set last season. Going to the front from a good start, Matthews led all the way to win by three yards in the 100 yards event. Officials said the time could not be allowed be- cause of wind assistance. It was a splendid return to form for Matthews, as it was only her second com- petitive day after a break- down last year. Final point score for A grade St George 56. v Moore Park, 39, Eastern Subs , 77, v University, 46 Western Suburbs, 56, v Rand- wick Ken...

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[?]OUNTRY RACES [?]rmidale [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

^mTMl^^^Ê^\ Iritüdale fjTkrisle )': T, J^,4/ 2 len, len ¡Ä. lsf Dlv.. 5f. ^AT Walmsley), 1, g, rom CE Hardman), 2, «"^c Kelly), 3 BET "H Spanish Coln, 6^4 ,v? J Boy Daily, Cupartlr, M««3 Taryoak. Bjvs.! ¡ffw 3 len Time, Cm HCP, lad Dlv« 51 - KuO Walmsley). 1 JOB Kaady) 2 ICE FALL LS) 3 BETTING 4-6 îSs4 Joe Mac 4-1 Ice A«. 7 Roserton Mg Jf Dits. U/6 ,8/6. « rt. rune I« 3s T IMPROVERS' HCP, 5f "t fflM (C Kelly) 1, ? nSsT O Walmsley). 2, «¡STTA« Walterson), SXG 64 BELLB HUA, ES 4 Mis« Falybar, 5 ii Pnnctss Sita, Sar tot«».10 T<,nV-Tîl Ç"1? "gioïDawn Good Book 'l«3/6 4/ 2 len, 3 nae 61s S HANDICAP, 7I-PLY S Idl») 1 BANSHA OL ii j GOLD COMET O T j BETTING: 5-4 3 74 Bansha 2 Bonny I 4 Gold Comet Divs.t ¿ci, Vi len Time, lm SïESSIVE HANDICAP, 41 SS tC KeUy), 1, OOD O Walmsley), 2 M S1 on QUARRIAN, 7 2 4 Dit 3/9 3 len Time, Kempsey KG HANDICAP, 5ÍV IM (G. Rowe), 1: GAL T1B 8-12 (M. Day), 2; COURT 8-2 CN. Noble), 3. Id Even Gallant Tie, 3 ¿ort, 4 BELRAE, 5 Glen Whan. Vi nk" lVi le...

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REVIEWS OF THE LATEST FILMS FEATURES "The Actress" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

REVIEWS OF THE lATJST FILMS | FÉMURES j «The Actress" Screenplay by Ruth Gordon, from ber SIBBC playf "Years ABO": pro SSccd for MO.M- by Lawrence Wcînsarteo; directed by Gcorse Cukor. Spencer Tracy, as Clinton Jones Jean Simmons . R»1» Teresa Wright . Annie Anthony Perkins . tiea IN a general way we haven't much time for the kind of film or play that makes fun of the problems of adolescence. But this agree- able comedy about a stage struck schoolgirl and her campaign against parental opposition to a stage career is the exception. It comes from a play which Ruth Gordon wrote about her own girlhood, and its great merit is that it treats the teenager and her parents with the same sympathy and the same irony. In the end it is not the girl who looks a fool while the grown-ups are left smugly patronising Í if anything she is shown to have been more in the right than anybody. _ And as a film it has an asset in the people who play the three main roles. They are all intelligent enough to un...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Did Marlowe Do It? From Our London Office [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

?tas* _ _ ^.^^ Did Marlowe MP& Mt? From Our London Office 'W PORTRAIT found in TI|£ a workmen's rubbish - dump at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, prom >jsés to inflame the peren- nal controversy over the ' ttiebry that Christopher Marlowe wrote the works ( jOfaWilliam Shakespeare. " t^ka American dramatic \ crific, Mr. Calvin Hoffman, '(.aîvigorous exponent of the "Marlowe-not - Shakespeare' theory, inspected the por- trait: recently. -He claims it is not only like| Marlowe but that it "be^rs an astonishing resem- blance to an engraving of a mam alleged to be Shake- speare in the First Folio of Shäespearc's works, pub lii§|l in 1623." ,M?r'0We is S£l'd to have jttmded Corpus Christi for 8o|vears np to 1585. Apherican experts have examined the portrait, en larjstël 100 times. Hoffman ,, quotes them as saying that ftearnan m this picture and , taiman in the First Folio 'aregdentical , Meanwhile a British ex 'uWÊF11- c- K- Adams, dir «ectofof the National Por trarf|GaIler...

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Is a Ceza nne Worth £30,000? FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Ms u Cessa £30,000? FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE AFÍRST-CLASS dis- pute is brewing in the British art world on the question of whether a painting by Paul Cezanne is worth £30,000. ALREADY the first tentative jabs in the fight have been made by the elfin quick-tongued Sir Gerald Kelly, 74-year old president of the Royal Academy and inheritor of Sir Alfred Munnings' mantle of controversial skill. Officially all that has been disclosed'is that the British National Gallery is negotiat- ing for an unspecified Cezanne but refuses to dis- close the price mentioned. "We never disclose prices," said the National Gallery director, Sir Philip Hendy, primly. Sir Gerald Kelly, however, has stated publicly that the gallery proposes to offer £30,000 for the painting. "ART AND I MUSIC | His statement is widely supported in London art circles. "What 1 want to know Is why wc have to wait until a picture costs £30,000 be- fore we want to buy it," said Sir Gerald last week. "Par- ticularly as one of our most...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Books And Writers AN ADVENTURER IN ARABIA FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

- Books And Writers =r AN ADVENTURER IN ARABIA [ COLONEL STERLING ft '$ Hie British people grew great partly because of their capacity 4 to throw up extraordinary individuals - men like Drake, Clive, *> Raffles or T. E. Lawrence - who won empires, or altered history, '$ through personal conviction and sheer strength o£ character. Empire tft building has passed, but the type of man who made it possible persists. >/~\N Sunday, November "<AJ 6t 1949, sixty-nine iyears old Colonel W. F. "Sterling, D.S.O., M.C., .entertaining guests in his -Damascus home, was mur fderously attacked by three ¿Arabs. $ Seven shots were fired at 'rhim. The first knocked out * of his hand the silver ciga- rette box he was holding, the 'second and third went home ;low in his stomach and through his liver, the fourth 'missed his heart by a hair's ^breadth, the fifth pierced a lung, the sixth grazed his jugular vein, and the seventh shattered his right forearm. .' The attackers escaped and were...

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CLUB GOLF RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

I CLUB GOLF RESULTS 1 ASHLAR -Ashlar Club handicap division D Colling (20) 60 F Burden (20) 62 Scratch L Man nmg 72 I Dummelt 73 won on count back from B Ratcliffe 73 and B Warren 73 ASQUITH -Stroke F nous (22) 67 Warren Shield Castle Hill 2 beat Asquith 1 AUSTRALIAN -Stroke A Harris (14) 66 R Haaf (20) 68 P Meyer (20) 69 AVONDALE-Par A A G Phillips (4) 1 up B L B Hamilton (14) I up C G L. Small (l8) 1 up AVOCA -Stroke D Freckling ton (16) 47 BALGOWLAH -Par H Gay nor trophy for grandfathers and 50 and over-A W Walker (11) 4 up BL Wilkinson (16) 8 up C N Hall (20) 1 up L Wilkinson trophy winner BANKSTOWN-Invitation four ball par M Storey (3) and R Haines (3) 8 up Scratch V Bulgin and R Carey 2 up Mern bers four-ball P McCIosky 06) and R McQuillan (17) 8 up BAYVIEW-Par G Green (8) 1 down L Brodigan (1) square BEXLEY -Stableford H King (11) 38 BEVERLEY PARR.-Stableford L Holt trophy B Scars (20) 41 A H Lawes (9) 39 B W Osgerby (19) 40 C G Blgelow (24) 40 Warren Sh cid Beverley Park 2 b...

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Botany Runner Wins Marathon [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Botany Runner Wins Marathon MELBOURNE, Sat- urday. - Pocket-sized Bryce Mackay, of Bot - any, N.S.W., to-day won the Victorian amateur athletic marathon,cham pionship at Melbourne Cricket Club arena. Mackay, who weighs only 8st 2lb and stands 5ft 4iin, clocked 2hrs 35min 54s for the 26 miles 385 yards. He won by 2m 9s. A. Gunn, of Carlton, ran into second place. The former champion and Olympian, Bob Prentice, Coburg, finished third, 7m 39s behind Mackay. Fourth place went to an- other" N.S.W. runner. Pat Fitzgerald (Botany). Sixteen runners competed in the event, which was held over a» previously un- announced course.

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down the fairways A.G.U. Sees The Light [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

MÍ. sr a ILL;: finis ;1| down the A.G.U. Sees The Light MELBOURNE, Saturday. -Congratulations to the Australian Golf Union on being wise enough to admit a mistake. Its decision at a special meeting last night to merge the Open and Amateur championships will be warm- ly welcomed by golfers in all States. It will restore the Open to its rightful place as the premier event of the golfing year and give leading ama- teurs-and young promising ones, too - an incentive which is lacking to-day. THE A.G.U.'s reversal of policy followed pro- tests by Victorian and New South Wales amateurs voic- ed after the recent National Amateur Championship meeting at La Perouse. Since the war the Open and the Amateur have been played separately at differ- ent times and in different cities. Amateurs repeatedly pro- tested that this method was too costly in time and money. They asked that the prewar method under which 16 leading amateurs qualified for match play during play in the Open be restored. When cont...

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

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YOUR GARDEN PROBLEM? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

YOUR GARDEN PROBLEM? ASPARAGUS SEED- LINGS (K.L.B., Armidale): Yes, pull up and discard that self-sown stuff unless you want to start another patch. Don't allow it to clutter up established rows. CACTUS DAHLIAS (K.L.B.): Melba Hankin is a well-known bronze. Joan Black is a brighter bronze, larger and coarser. Not much grown now. Creswell and Exquisite are best free light pinks. THE BLUE POPPY (I.W., Mosman): Til be sur- prised if you flower those meconopsis seedlings in any aspect in our coastal cli- mate. They are for cool, moist highland places only. Not for Sydney. A "LUSTY" PSORALEA (Miss D.H., Bomaderry): Maybe it's too lusty and too well treated, or pruned at the wrong time. Otherwise it should flower profusely in sunlight. ' Leave it be this, year and watch results next spring. ELKHORNS (N.L.B., Springwood): Propagation process too lengthy to dis- cuss here. Sow in bush house; keep moist and allow them to go through natural double process to emerge as seedlings. CYCLAMENS (N....

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