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M240S. P.O. BOX 497, SYDNE/
A FUR FELT, SIDE-SWEPT CAVALIER FASHION
The gardens at Versailles were gay willi them in the reign
of Louis XIV - broad brimmed, high crowned and dashingly plumed. We whittled down the brim to the merest roll-over, - rounded the crown to hug your head, looped grosgrain ribbon to cascade merrily down the curve of your cheek. Black, brown, grey, lan, navy, green or breton blue with matching veiling. 36/2. Millinery, Third Floor.
i HE HOME DESICN COMPETITION sponsored by The Sydney Morning Herald is on exhibition for only 2 more days. Blaxland Galleries, Ninth Floor.
PRESENT ONE Of THE
WORLD'S GREATEST STORIES
and every Tuesday and Thursday after.
A story as vast in spectacle as'the continent itself. Out ol the high-backed.mountains where white-men died in the nickering glow of Indian war-fires . . . from across the great white silence of the snow-bitten winters . . . comes marching a pageant of events and characters that will stir you like a roll of drums, touch your tears with their loves, their sacrifices. Samuel Biber is proud to associate him- self with a radio program destined to set a new high
A STORY SO BIG IT TOOK
THE BIGGEST MUSTER OF STARS
EVER GATHERED IN RADIO TO TELL IT
.k PETER BATHURST .*- JOHN CASABON * MAX OSBISTON * IUM PENDLETON * GRANT TAYLOR .*. HARVEY ADAMS * JOHN BUSHELLE * EVE LANDER * WARD LEOPOLD * MARIE CLARKE .*? KEVIN BRENNAN * BABS MAHEW
Madeleine Howell, Bernice Montgomery, etc., etc.
WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY JOHN APPLETON
NARRATED BY SAMUEL BIBER
388 George St., Sydney