Page 4 of 10 Aug 1955 Issue of Canberra Times in Canberra, Australian-Capital-Territory

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 10 Aug 1955 in Canberra, Australian-Capital-Territory and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Canberra Times.

Browse Canberra Times

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 10 Aug 1955 Canberra Times in Canberra, Australian-Capital-Territory. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Canberra Times (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory National Library of Australia Auto Brite polish normally 11/6 pro Chrome preserver i. 4/9 " 4/0 Chamois Loather. " 17/6 Normal Cost �1.17.9 this week All for Only Al. 15.6. Lid. X1223x1223 Hanuka you la be thrilled to bits with Australia s greatest radio value. The most Beautiful 1h� Mot powerful mantel radio you have. Toen. Five valves. Big speaker. Rich Astor Tono. �. Glorious my Jern Colour schemes. And in built a Stout Quality. Gas. Glamorous 5 valve Model pm obtainable at ,. In 3tbt of r. V a t local i Long distance. Loading wanted. Sydney or Melbourne 81 Ebden St., Ainslie _ Cash Loans from �5 upward with or without Security a o finance arranged in connection with the Purchas of Busi Nesses and resident gals. Advances on to i of Caps furniture. Etc. Deposit investment i company limited h Esthaol thed in the Yar 1862 h snieack2s�nacrxs a e. S. & a. Bank Chambers pm. Montague & Aub Jurii us. V Gol Huun 6v vol Eplion go Gilhum 24hs x Winter Stock must be cleared 50 per cent off original prices upstairs Nish and Joyce buildings Kingston . Phone x 2041 Innola White mask a Fen minute Beauty treatment for special occasions. White mask is patted in Lille a Cream and instantly stimulates Vitalise and whitens your skin to new. Beauty and radiance. Plan this Fen minute Foci at each week and a fresh glowing complexion will by your Reward of London Beauty preparations for you b. R. Roberts chemist civic Centre Canberra j 2145 Barbara Todd school of Ballet All classes conducted by Grace Campbell Smith . Classes at the girls grammar school services hut Hanuka. Y.w.c.a., civic Centre ? business class pcs monday 5.15 6.15 y.w.c.a., civic Centre. Fri Viii Liy . Enquiries from miss Campbell Smith Flat 2, 24 Oxley Street Griffith. Phone x i221. It tit huf Arrige store Wakefield gardens5 Ainslie fencing posts y Ssan Danl wire netting galvanised Iron Cement pipes stainless Elcel sinks Hills clothes hoists Saloon at rear of premises Fred Bareham s City studios phone j2388 try Beleal is Tel l. Siu Lwi Ait Lilai r Runny portrait Lotof Ralphj your own Well known Canberra modern studio properly equipped and backed by years of experience is available for your convenience All the time not and regt. Above j. B. Youngs hardware store at civic / super snipe current Model fitted with 6-valve radio. ? heating and de mister unit mileage 4,000 this car has been used exclusively by an executive of tie . Distributors and is now offered for further particulars and Insp Clion please phone or it Mathews " .1 2226. Add u v a 4 p tufted textile Bedspread would t you thrill to hear your Friend exclaim what a Lovely 1 bedroom but is your bedroom As Lovely As a tufted Bedspread by super tax would make it there s no simpler Way of beautifying your.bedrooms., and so inexpensive subject to slight regional Vyrla tons the Price of Spring fiesta illustrated Here is Only �13/3/6. Tufted spreads Are the rage in America. Spread them on All your Beds you la be thrilled with their practical Beauty and proud of the admiration they la win. Ask at your Juno Uritz store for super tax Reilson roads Nii ulc from Tup Tut textiles the improved american style Chenille. A i in in Brief. Tue smog ski plus Dies in Shil a Oak i1 All London Captain Parker of the Ting turmoil. And of flying Enterprise Fame was fatally injured yesterday in a fall from the Bridge to the deck of the tug in Dover Straits. Special Appeal i Oak Fok Eugene Landy Washington tuesday. A special Board of naval officers. Will consider the Case of Eugene i Landy-21-year-old honour Grad uate of the . A chant Marine Academy flu was denied a Nivy Reserve commis Sion because ins Mother was lol Marly a common St. . Refuses list of chinese nationals Geneva tuesday. Ameri can sources understand that the United states has rejected a communist chinese inquest at the sino american ambassadors for a list naming All chinese nationals in America. Demand Fob investigation of Toj Tuite charges Washington tuesday. Two United states senators a. Democrat and in Republican have called for a United nations investigation of charges by 11 recently re leased american air men that they were tortured while imprisoned in communist Clina. Fears Singapore unrest discounted Singapore British commissioner general in South East Asia or. Malcolm Macdonald said last night that fears expressed in business i quarters about future prospects of Singapore were unnecessarily exaggerated. Heater blamed for fatal fire Melbourne tuesday. A kerosene Heater is believed to have been responsible for tha death of another baby to Day. The victim was four month old Christopher Lear who was burned to death when fire Des troyed the Timber and Fibre Cement Home of his parents in North Sunshine. Mrs. Leary left a kerosene Heater burning to warm one of the rooms while she pegged out washing on the clothes line with another child aged four. A High wind drowned the crackling of the flames and she was unaware of the fire until men working in the Street ran in to Tell her. ? Canberra diary j the governor general will be Eive the credentials of the Jap anese ambassador. Or. T. Suz Aki at government House this afternoon. Travelling North by car on an official trip to Queensland Are the now zealand High sooner and we o will be away. Until August in they will carry out official engagements in Brisbane and m the a a. The Indian High commissioner returned from Melbourne i or Ter Day where he gave an address at the launching in Vic Toria of the United nations Appeal for children. 1 the Gigli nit for Ceylon or. P. R. Guti ask Kara will teach Sydney in tic Strath Den next monday and will conic to Canberra the following Day. He will be accompanied by his wife their son who will act As private Secre tary to the High commissioner their married daughter and her child. Pfc � the French ambassador m. Louis Roche will go to Sydney on Sunda to entertain a party of French members of Parlia ment who Are on their Way from indo China Tonew Conj exlonia the delegation is head Yim. Frederic Dupont the member for Paris. Iai \ i 7? the indonesian ambassadors designate mar Tirtawinata expected to leave for Australia a mid sept Bev. He will re turn to Djakarta this week from his Post in Karachi and will spend leave there before talking up his new appointment. Or. Tirtawinata will be accompany cd to Canberra by his wife and five of his seven children two daughters and three sons. One member of the family is study ing in London and another is married. ? � or. P. H. O Connor and his 17-year-old chinese Bride who vere married in Singapore Sev eral months ago have arrived in Canberra and Are staying at Lawley House. Or. O Connor has been second Secretary at the australian commission in sin Gap pore. The couple have been by a Daying in Sydney since arrival in Austral a. A. Inc four diplomatic couples Leav ing Canberra soon will be fare welled to night at a cocktail party Given by the indonesian Churgo d affaires and Axis. Ubani at the ambassador s Resi Dence in Monaro Are or. And mrs. P. Ratnam whose departure has been postponed until August 20 or. And mrs. J. Suss or. And mrs., g. Charpentier and or. And mrs. V. Yogasundram. A luncheon address by mrs. Ivins Peaslee. Wife of the am rican ambassador to the women s voluntary services yesterday bacame a cosy talk around u log. F i e when bad we tithe reduced the attendance o i members. Mrs. Pcs Lee nolo of her trip last week to fint Rii a of Jura a and assured her audience that paintings did not exaggerate the barring of Tho landscape. Flap ures of Alice Springs which impressed her included the gaol surrounded of ".anions, and the Riverside Settle ment of two roomed cottages Lor old people who were taken into Alice Springs thrice weekly to do their shopping. Back in Australia for the first time in More than three years is or. H. W. Bullock who has been charge d affaires at Ijiro. Australian legation in Aviv for about two years. Per Vio sly. He was first Secretary a Manila. Or Bullock returned to Canberra yesterday and will stay at Havelock House. The recently arrived assistant i air. Adasii. To the .1 High commissioner Wing commander 0. Giorgan r.a.f., paid Liis first vi3it to Canberra. Yesterday to meet the acting High commissioner and his staff. Wing commander Morgan is stationed in Melbourne and replaces having commander p. Rib Are. The . Oceania will have a Small Canadian party Alivaro when it sails from Sydney on saturday. Passengers Vili in clude miss Sheila Irwin Daugh Tor of the Canadian High commissioned and the second. So arc ? Varv in the High commissioner s office or. G. Charpentier with his wife and then son Guy. Or. And mrs. Irwin will Fly to Sydney on Friday with miss Irwin who plans to spend some time in the . Before reining to Canada. Or. And mrs. Charpentier will leave for Syd Ney on thursday by car and will Holiday in Europe before or. Charpentier resumes in Ottowa. Thoy have been in can Berra for nearly four years. The. First Secretary of the fran car embassy Monsieur j. Suel will be Given a farewe., dinner by the 1 Rancu ambassador on saturday. M. Suel Anc his wife will leave Canberra August ,.20 sailing to Home wan from Sydney several Days later ? l ? ? tic american counsellor i. Avery f. Peterson and mrs Peterson left on sunday for a vacation on the . North coast. They will be away for r . Robert Carrick principal research officer at the . Wild life Section will speak in the new . Series the . At work on Friday night. His talk about the Bird banding scheme May be heard Over 2cn at 7.20 . A. Back Only a year from eng land and America Rosalind Fox Croft of Griffith is so devoted to Canberra that she departs this week with mixed feelings she will sail from Sydney or saturday aboard the . Oceania and Fly from Naples to Lon Don. There she will join her Hus Bandor. E. J. B. Foxcroft who took up his appointment As offic Ial Secretary at Australia House several months ago. Their Home for the next three years will be at Purfey 30 Miles South or in Sidon among a round of fare. Well parties was one ? Given last night by repertory of which mrs. Foxcroft was an Active member -. ,-.High school sport mistress miss a Grimsley has been ordered to l est for a month and left for her Home in Sydney on Mon Day. She will return to Canberra when school resumes in sep tember ? i a infant with a truly australian i heritage is Alexander Robert Campbell the first son of or and mrs. Robert Camp Bell who was born in Canberra Hospital last week. He is a sixth generation australian on his Mother s ? Sido and a fifth generation australian on his father Aido. Mrs. Campbell was formerly Helen May of chats is expected to return at the week end to Arawana their property on the Cotter Road. Proud grand parents Are or. And mrs. George of Aira Glen. ? ? � � professors f. Nadol who has been on study leave from the National University will return to Canberra with mrs. Nadel on Iri Uay. They have been in Lon Don and on the c continent Tor about seven months. Or. And mrs. Warren. Mcdon a ii of red Hill have received a. Glowing account from their daughter Peggy of her presenta Tion tothe Vazeen in the White and Gold ballroom at bucking Ham Palace. L or the occasion Peggy bought in frock of Parchment brocade patterned with a Smoky Grey Leaf Motif and wore with it a Cap of Cream she celebrated the event with a visit to a London nightclub. Boggy said she received a warm smile from the Queen and he Duke and was particularly charmed by the Queen Mother. Peggy and her Fiancee or. Alan Trist of Bris Bane have just loft in a party for an austrian skiing Holiday. Thev Hope to be married in in Don next May after or. Trist does his final exams for his . ? or b w. Hartnell assistant Secretary of the department of National development returned by air yesterday after two months abroad. Or. Hartnell has been in Geneva attending meet Ings of . And the eco nomic and social Council. Dur. Ing his Brief trip he has also visited London and Luxem Bourg and passed through am Erica on both journeys. Light in lick from official duties in Gen Eva was a shopping spree when he bought Swiss Eto thes for his year old daughter Rose May. I guest of honour at a five o clock Given by the women graduates association Dav was miss Christene Hemig who son the staff of the american association of University women Washington. Or and mrs. K. R Noi is and their two Young sons have returned to Canberra after an absence of two. Years in Bris Bane or. Norris is a member of who tafe of the division of Ento moto1y .., and will be resuming his duties on the i Hep blowfly problem. In Queensland he was engaged on the cattle tick prob Lem miss win Wilson who returned on sunday after two months in jew Guinea met two Sisters who trained at Canberra hos Pital when she was Iii Soroke. They were sister Audrey Good All now mrs. Healey and sister Purcell. They will carry out clinical trials on infant feeding based on crushed peanuts to supplement the Lack of proteins. Miss Wilson who is senior nutritionist at the department of health was investigating prob. Lems of food Supply and was particularly inthe new Rice growing projects. She travelled around in jeeps and Small Pui Wiss 5 or. In. J. Mal Merit principal of. Auckland University College has been visiting the on is Way to Melbourne for the Commonwealth inter University conference. Other conference Lela Patch who will be in can Berra at the week end Are or. R. P. Trl Tripathi Vicc Chancel Lor of the University of Saugar India and or. G. A. Currie Vicc Chancellor of the University of new zealand Peter and Colin Barnard were Farewell cd by about 30 friends at a party Given by their parents or. And mrs. C. Barnard of Acton. Peter who has a rotary foundation Fellowship will leave for America by air on september 3, and will study dentistry at the University of Michigan school., of Public health Colin Wilans a working trip and will sail for England n the Orion .21, the Brothers will join forces for a trip to the continent before they return Home Efi Tec at the end of next year and Colin Sev eral months later i. � � Deborah Gay Are the names chosen by Pamela and John Mackay of Griffith for their daughter born in the Canberra Hospital on Friday. She is the first grandchild both for or. And mrs. A. Tierney of Forrest and for John s parents. V # ? j Haskell of Griffith Woolworth manager in Canberra will leave on thursday for Sydney where he has been transferred. Yesterday mrs. I Haskell and their three children v left Canberra and the new manager or. J. Jacobson arrived. His wife and family will Fol Low. Tomorrow. ? to mrs. Drummond Forbes a former Secretary of the strop , renewed Canberra friendships at the club s come in bad taste party on saturday night. Mrs. Dummond Forbes j who was a guest of mrs Cchandler of Forrest left yester Day for Tumut to. Visit her son before returning to her new Job in. Sydney. ?.� or. A. H. 1 loonies reached Canberra on sunday by air from. New York where he had been counsellor at the australian Mission to the United nations he is staying at Havelock to Voiiso. Mrs. Loonies and their j Tivo children Are returning by mrs. Dimitri Lambros wife of the greek minister will Arrivo from Greece by air to Morrow with their children Helen and Alexander 7. Or. Lambros will go to Sydney to Day to meet his family and expects. To return with them to Canberra on thursday afternoon

Search All Newspapers in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Canberra Times Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Canberra Times?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection