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Sunday Cookery Section Mrs. Lancaster Suggests: RECIPES for the WEEK It's Hallowe'en-And Time For a Party Orange Elfin Junibies [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Uraml Smtntfau Cookery Section {^^^^^^j^^M^^^^^^ iSlBBBHBHPHSïRBlîlJiÎMjN^HBlï^Tiil^l^^Bi It's Hallowe'en-And Time For a Party ELFIN jumbles are an old party favourite. The cone may be covered with coloured pop corn or rice cereal. Orange Elfin Junibies 4 oz butter or mar- garine. 4 oz castor sugar. 6 oz self-raising flour. Grated rind 1 orange. 2 well-beaten eggs. One-third cup milk. Pinch salt if butter is used. Biscuits for bottom, orange or chocolate icing, ice - cream cones. Coloured pop corn or rice cereal. Method: Cream butter, rind, sugar until light. Add eggs a little at a time, beat- ing well after each addition. Sift together flour, salt. Add alternately with milk. Bake in greased, lightly floured patty tins in mod. oven about 10 mins. Remove from tins, ice top . with orange icing when quite cold. Mark a face with chocolate icing, pieces of red cherry, or brush with cochineal. Dab a little icing in centre of biscuit, place ' cake on sideways with face upright. Pipe collar...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CANTERBURY: FINISH AND HALF-MILE DAY FINE—TRACK GOOD [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

?-^^????---^^--^-^^-^-^-^-^-^--^ :: - - . - ....:??. ..-, ,-:??:?:, ????? .---:-_----*-'' DAY FINE -TRACK GOOD . vi CHANNEL LOVE was first to show out. At the half-mile BALI SWELL, CHÍNCHANTA, and HUALA were racing almost abreast just behind her, with REGAL WONDER trying to forte I between Chinchanta and Huala, and KISTION at the head of the others. Bali Swell got through on the rails turning for home, and won from KAREN by a short half-head. m OVERSPIN was quick to gather speed, and showed the way past the half-mile, with CRIOLLO, FORWARD COVER, THE SPIV, FINISTERRE, and CASTLEFTELD following. Criollo led I into the straight from Finisterre, Forward Cover, Overspin, and Castlefield, but weakened in the closing stages to be beaten by Finisterre on the. post. The winning margin was half a head. I SPENCER ran to the front and at the half-mile led from Melda's Lass, El Ziet, Castillo, Glengay, and Cedrela. Into the straight Spencer led Castillo, El Ziet and Valiant Archer. Castillo '? ...

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CAMPSIE STAKES, 1m 3f [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

CAMPSIE STAKES, Im 3f Rone. CtíSIo Car. P.P. Fin. Jockey. 7 12 lemming. A. Ward-Last early, 11th at mue, 9th passing 6f, 5th at Vi-mile, 2nd turning, into straight, took lead approaching Leger and rid- den right out to ]ust win, 8 0 11 2 W. Wade-4th when going, 3rd from mile to straight entrance. Challenged leader at Leger, and finished well io just miss. 8 4 13 3 S. Cassidy-Took lead soon after start, and piloted field into straight. Hung on fairly well . . _ in run to post. "Ktj Tea 7 8 12 4 N. Walterson-9th from Vi-mile to turn. 7 5 5 N. McGrowdie-4th at Vi-mué, 2nd at turn. - 3 2 6 K. Davis-8th at Vi-mile. 9th al turn. T. HOI-10th from Vi-mile to turn. G. Moore-7th at Vi-mile. 4th at turn. 7 7 7 9 W. Camer-6th at Vi-mile, 8th at turn. 7 0 3 10 W. Toohey-11th from Vi-mfle to _ . turn. ^ 7 5 1 li B. Phillips-Last Vi-mile to turn. 7 9 10 12 H. Hanley-2nd at Vi-mile,- 5th at turn. lJXaír1?,.Aini.,í1/3/; nUce' 8/9' £1' 7/9- D<wMe CFlnta »CutiUo): £5/16/3. Berang order: 3 S...

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[?]KRAKATOA IN MIRACLE RUN Forced Passage [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

&AKATOA IN MIRACLE RUN Forced Passage Krakatoa's win in tHe Second Ashbury Stakes at Canterbury yes- terday carried so much luck and good horsemanship it may not be repeated. Blocked in behind a j yali of horses with a J little more than a fur- long to go, Krakatoa twisted and turned | una he worked through to a passage along the rails. He finished brilliantly long the rails to get up al beat the even money nourite, Rapid River, by head, with the early pace laker, Fun Fair, a length ad a quarter away third. Krakatoa covered the I ¿furlongs in lm 12is., Kinch clipped a quarter of i second from the record for the race. J Krakatoa is owned by linese millionaire Mr. tone Shaw, and trained j Tom Smith at Randwick. .Mr. Mel Lawton, who presents Mr. Shaw in Aus lálá, said when the field ¡ached the turn he could mt believe Krakatoa could ra. IMfoore rode a vronder fal race to get' him through the field," said Mr, Lawton. In the straight I lost ¡ght of Krakatoa, then saw lie white ca...

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Gift Hope For Queen [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Gift Hope For Queen LONDON, October 24.-Australian jockey Scobie Breasley hopes to give the Queen a farewell present that will delight her before she leaves on her Australian tour next month. . He thinks he has a good chance of winning the Cambridgeshire Handicap on __ Wednes- day on the' Queen's horse, Choir Boy. Breasley said: *T won a race for the-Queen some months ago on Gay Time, which I rode three times. "She loves racing, knows a lot about it, and gets a great kick ont of watching.. "She is very excited when her horse wins. The Queen is such a very nice person, so channing, that I'm «ure people will be wild about her in Australia." Breasley said Choir Boy is nicely weighted in the Cambridgeshire, especially if therevis rain .beforehand. 'Be is very good-'ta' heavy going and would take a lot of beating," Breasley said. Scobie is_not returning to Australia during the English winter. He has not yet made up his mind when," he is going back. He intends stay- ing-in England at leas...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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H.P. Dog Prices [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

IsflBiBillB^B Divs. (for S/) Race. Placed dogs., S.P. Win. Place. _ £ s d £ s d FINAL MAIDEN MASSAWA 3-110 9 0 9 0 STAKE. . Invader Lady 10-1 0 15 9 _Merlkcri_/ 16-1_1 9 3 FINAL, N.VCE. JEFF'S REWARD 6-1 1 10 6 0 9 0 STAKE. Alrulh . 12-1 0 17 6 Started 7.51. Sonthlyn . 8-1 0 15 0 Final Maiden Qualifying Stake, 500yds MASSA WA (2) . 1 INVADER LADY (5) _ 2 MER1KJERI '(7) . 3 Then followed: Pretty Pleasant (1). 4; Silver Pageant (4), S; Double Promise (10), 6; Cuban Beau (8), 7; Egon (3), 8; Jokedo (6), 9; Jest Again C9), 10. BETTING: 3 MASSA WA, Silver Pageant, 7-2 Pretty Pleasant, 10 Double Promise, Cuban Beau, In- vader Lady, 16 Mcrikeri, Egon, 20 lokedo, 33 lest Again. Divs. (for 5/): Win, £1/0/9; place, 9/, 15/9, £1/9/3. 5 len., % len. Time, 27.5s Started 7.31. Judge's numbers: 2, 9, 3. CPhoto.) Final Novice Qualifying Stake, 800yds JEFF'S REWARD (6) .... 1 ALRUTH (7) . 2 SOUTHLYN (5) .7.3 Then followed: First Entry <I), 4; White Tress (4). 5; 'Delightful Rose (9), 6; V...

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JOCKEY MISSES WINNER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

JOCKEY MISSES WINNER MELBOURNE, Satur- day-W Cook, who did not want to ride anything before Carioca in the Cox Plate, rejected the mount on Cowboy Bill, 16 1 win- ner of the First Greenvale Handicap at Moonee Val ley to-day Cowboy Bill flabbergasted form followers by leading almost all the way to be it Malamba by a neck with Stockavion two lengths »way In the past month, Cow boy Bill, starting at odds on, had been beaten in Maiden events at Bendigo and "Woodend, and struggled home m the five furlong Maiden at Seymour on Octo ber 8 His only run since that had been at Caulfield last Saturday, when he finished thirteenth in Count Neap's mile race When Cook rejected the mount on Cowboy Bill, trainer Hoysted secured ap prentice Ron Cameron, who claimed 31b This probably enabled Cowboy Bill to win. He tried to shirk round ing the home turn and just held on long enough* to beat Malamba Malamba was the unlucky horse of the race, as he had a poor run H.P. TRIALS. - Harold Park trials for mai...

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

Fabulous Woman Tells 0Î Life In Russia WHEN Perle Mesta went to Luxem- bourg as U.S. Am- bassadress, her fab- ulous entourage stunned Europe. In New York they staged a musical comedy hit, "Call Mc Madam," which later became a film. Now Perle Mesta has been to Russia. In a bright, chatty way she tells the story of the Russian people. This brilliant com- mentary on life in Russia starts in the daily "Sun" to- morrow. In five articles Perle Mesta covers Russia from the very rich to the very poor. She checked up on the mystery of ex Secret Police Chief Beria with odd results. . Don't miss this Monday-to-Friday fea- ture starting to-morrow in 'The Sun." CAMPERS BUY or LAY-BY NOW. AVOID XMAS RUSH. ENJOY YOUR VACATION LN FREEDOM WITH A SAM GOODMAN DE-LUXE TENT, as illustrated. Size 12x12. Complete willi all Fittings, Ready to Erect Genuine "WARDEN" Canvas Green or Brown Tailored Roof. Sturdy Susmark Duck' Sidewalk. Complete article folds into boot of baby car. Retail Selling Price £39/19/6...

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

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Join-a-Union Demand Fails [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Join-a-Union Demand Fails Mr. L. P. Austin, Federal Concilia- tion Commissioner, said yesterday that he would not direct a man to join any union. "That is a matter en- tirely for his own discre- tion," he said. "In any case, I have no power to order a man to belong to a union." Mr. Austin was hearing a dispute at the Common- wealth Portland Cement Co. works at Portland. About 45 ironworkers at the works, went on strike for three days last week in pro- test against an employee, F. Neale, belonging to the Federated Engine Drivers and Firemen's Association. At yesterday's hearing, the secretary of the F.E.D.F.A., coast branch, Mr. D. Fergu- son, claimed that Neale worked for a part of each year in the powerhouse of the works, and his union covered all powerhouse em- ployees. "Fantastic" The national secretary of the F.I.A., Mr. L. Short, said that Mr. Ferguson's claim VAIS fantastic, because the general metal trades' award also covered power- house employees. t Mr. Austin said that, be...

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

MENANGLE TROTS BEGINNERS' HANDICAP, 1st Div., IVim.-HUNTER VALLEY (A. Jones, scr.), 1; SHANLY O. D. Watts, scr.), 2; FOREST RAN- GER CK. McNaughton, scr.), 3. Nk., 4 len. Time, 3m 23.3s. Started 11.35. Divs.: Win, 14/9; place, 8/, 11/6, £8/9/. BEGINNERS' HANDICAP, 2nd Div., IVim.-MOUNT FITTON CK. Robinson, scr.), 1; FIRST MARSHALL CH. R. Alley, scr.). 2; SUPER POISE (G. Smith, scr.), 3. Hd., S len. Time, 3m 21 4-5s. Started 12.10. Divs.: Win, £1/4/; glace, 14/9, 6/3, £1/5/9. Scr.: .oyal Admiral, Collayr, Luscious, Bowral Lad. " ? IMPROVERS' HANDICAP, 1st div., IVim.-HONEST JANE . CN.Z.), scr. (C. Fechely),-1; BEAU JOHN, ser. (T. McNamara). 2; HELEN'S WISH, ser. (K. McCoy), 3. Divs.? Win, 14/; place, 7/9, £1/11/, 7/6. Hd., nk. Time, 3m 24 l-5s. Scr.: Wing Command, Pirate lack. TROTTERS" HANDICAP; l%m. -SANDAN CN.Z.), 60yds O. Kelly), 1; JOHN SYDNEY (N.Z.), 60yds (S. M. August), 2; HONEST ROSE, 12yds (A. J. Northey), 3. Divs.: Wm, £1/3/3; place, 9/3, 6/9, 11/6. Nk., nk. Time. 4m. Scr....

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M. VALLEY RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Wâ^mTTFi^HFsÛK^m St. Albans Stakes, 5f (TTro^Year-Olds.).. SPRITSAIL, E. A. Underwood's b c, Masthead-Roshanara, 8-5 O. Purtell) . 1 LOVELY DAY, R. O. Cum mings's b c Nilo-Laud- - able, 8-5 CN. Sellwood) ... 2 MELARKO, L. Gribblc's cn c, > Neapolitan-Mellow Light, 8-5 O. Gilmore) .-3 Then,followed: Glen Gala," 8-5 CW, Williamson), 4; Red Court, 8-5 (A. Maddicks), 5; Seofon, 8-7 CR. Hutchinson), 6; Amicitia, 8-2 (Sam Martin), 7; Silverprint, 8-0 CD. Coleman), 8; Devonbelle, 8-0 CB. Gilders), 9; Horus, 8-5 CK. McNuIty), 10; Lord Kelburn, 8-5 CW. A. Smith), 11; Madam Ensign, 8-0 CR. Heather), 12; Lagu, 8-5 CE. Sellers), 13; Fritzl, 8-1 CE. Frances), 14; "Verbal Victory, 8-0 OH. McKenzie), 15, Sasthead, 8-5 (R. Ball), 16; Vanilla, 8-0 CR Cameron), 17; Prince Willow, 8-5 CL. Johnson), l8; Cayenne, 8-5 (G Newton), 19. Winner trained by R. Sinclair. All started. BETTING: 2 Seofon, 5-2 Glen Gala, 7-2 Lovely Day, 14 Melarko, 16 SPRITSAIL, Amicitia, 33 Sil- verprint, 66 Devonbelle, 100 Cay...

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

L^^H.^^ IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE A PERSONAL FITTING WEEK FROM MONDAY, OCT. 26, TO FRIDAY, NOV. 6th. You are invited to consult Mrs. GWEN SIMMONS who is a leading authority on figure control. Mrs. Simmons will supervise personal fittings of the well-known NU-BACK and LIBERTY Foundation Garments in GRACE BROS. CORSETRY SALON. First Floor. McBezk A COMFORTABLE AND WELL FITTING MODEL FOR EVERY FIGURE! Sway Fittings: 32in to 36irj Average: 34in to 40in Abdominal: 38in to 50in Hip: 34in to 42in Short-Below-Waist: 38in to 50in . PRICED FROM 75/6 TO 189/ <?/"" Right: Abdominal Fitting in rich Broche and lace. Note the perfect inner-belt con- trol. Sizes: 38in to 50in bust. Price ......... 168/ Left: All Lace Built-Up-Shoulder LIBERTY brassiere, with Back-Fastening. Bust measurements: 36in to 40in. Price: 28/6. A LIBERTY Back-Lacing Corset in quality Broche. Firmly boned for the heavy average figure. Sizes: 28in to 34in waist. Price: 52/6. __j-i lH^F f \t¿t Phone For Personal Appoin...

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

A sell-setting curly-cut Cool Wave FOR ONLY£2F10L The smart curly-cut has been perfected , into a comfortable, easy-to-manage, ^3/ self-setting cool wave by the expert hair stylists at Sister Vimard's Salon. You'll be delighted with the way in -which this style falls into soft, deep waves,-, i so ' easy to manage you can arrange them yourself. Mr. Barnard or Mr. , Douglas will supervise your Per- manent wave and are also specialists in layer and-feather cutting, shaping and styling. A friendly consultation for advice on nour hair entails TÍO obligation. 3rd Floor, 139 KING STREET, SYDNEY Sister Vi ma rd K'Ä A woman who really knows, tells Woman --AND IN THE SAME ISSUE . . Does Princess Margaret choose her clothes well9 is 25 Pointers to Clothes Care .ir 10 Steps to Beauty ?ü Cup Day-Fashion Day ?ü Man About Mayfair, by Charles Macarthur Hardy Crochet These Gloves ?o Cooking for Weekend Guests Six Striking Patterns for Suit and Dresses _£Bemg in love is not looking Tinto each other s...

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Window-shopping... In Famous City Streets Rue de la Paix [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

^Window-shopping . . . lu Famous 1 City Streets ¡Hue de la i*<iix |t \ X rHEN a woman thinks of Paris, she thinks of !'- W the Rue de la Paix-that street of glamour . in a glamorous capital. Window-shopping here has (»a magic of its own, and when the eyes fire of the glitter behind N plate-glass, they can watch the *j passing scene while taking coffee on the pavement. >H For the air-minded woman *1here is a dream of a travtl T'ling set which is the last Sword in make-up cases. S Looking like a small Isquare brown crocodile Sandbag, it opens to show ¿silver fittings and bottles to '7çover every need from a hair [¡¡brush to nail clippers ;t"¡ It's yours for about ?i!£A375, and more expen l.sive, of course, if you insist kon gold fittings. rH At Loch, the fruit and ¡wine merchant in the Rue St. Honore, is a coveted pineapple reposing on cot- ton wool-price £A1. In another window is a pair of gold cuff links which would be fun-at a price! for the trout fisherman. One half ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Children And Fathers Caine First [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Children And Fathers Caine First IT was a man's day at the Captain Cook Dockyard yesterday when the Navy entertained the public in celebration of Trafalgar Day. Husbands and sons revel- led in watching the submar- ine Telemachus submerge, while mothers hung on to the younger children and pacified them when depth charges fired from H.M.A.S, Australia cracked into the harbour and "squids" (special projectiles for - anti-submar Top: MISS JEANNETTE ELPHICK with "KING NEPTUNE" (Lieut John Clifford, R.A.N.). She received a permanent wave, with salt water used as setting lotion. Above: MRS. TERENCE POWER, wife of the Com- manding Officer of H.M.A.S. Rushcutter, Com- mander TI Poiver, R.A.N., discussing the cele- brations with the First Naval Member, VICE ADMIRAL SIR JOHN COLLINS. ine warfare) were tossed into the air with deafening roars. Mothers were left in the heat and dust of the dock- yard to watch their child Ten soaring into the air in- side cages attached to the dockyard cranes. Th...

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Stand Up When You Buy A New Hat... [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

JOHN FRENCH pictures a Vernier hat in burnt straw that suits almost every woman. It can be worn from morning till midnight. ' Stand Up When You Buy A New Hat... . . - AND DONT try to copy the others is the advice of the Duchess of Kent's milliner, Madame Vernier, of London. Women the world over have a weakness for hats. It is not a mere matter of cov- ering the head for utility pur- poses-for protection from the rain or the sun-it is a matter of morale-building. Here are Madame Ver- nier's "Six Points On Choos- ing a Hat". 1 "Stand up when you buy a hat. Look at the whole silhouette. Never wear a big hat with a full coat. Wear a tiny hat with a pyramid coat; wear a wide hat with a straight dress or a full-skirted dress. O "Don't think that groom- ing can be acquired with a new hat. Grooming grows from the inside out. A well groomed woman is groomed in every single thing she wears-underneath and on top. 9 "There are no rules about big hats with silk frocks. It is more a question of c...

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In A Flurry Of Tulle, White Lilac A Historic Home At Camden Is Setting For Bride [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Mn A Flurry Of Tuile« White Litae istorie Home At s >?* ?. ride HISTORIC CAMDEN PARK, where her great-grandmother, Elizabeth Macarthur, married Captain Arthur Onslow in 1867, and thus formed the original Macarlhur-Onslow family, was chosen hy Miss Susan King for the reception after her wedding lo Mr. James Russell yesterday. rpiIE home ol Sir Reginald and Lady Stanham, * the bride's cousins, Camden Park is a white two-storey Colonial home, built in 1834 by Captain John Macarthur on the land where he bred the ii rsl flock of merino sheep in Australia. The bride is ihe only daughter of Lieut.-Colonel and Mrs. Michael King, and a granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. A. (Arthur) Macarthur Onslow, of Mac- quarie Grove, Camden. The bridegroom is the only son of Major and Mrs. Philip Russell, of Carngham. Victoria. From early yesterday morning the bride and her three attendants - Mrs. David Lloyd Jones, Miss Vir- ginia Parker, and her cousin. Miss Annette Macarthur Onslow-helped to...

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GATT Admits Japan For Two Years [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

GATT Admits Japan For Two Years From Our Staff Correspondent And A.A.P. GENEVA, Saturday.-Japan was yesterday elected an associate member of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). * ' Her admission immediately brought unfavourable comment from leaders of the British cotton industry. Voting among the 33 GATT nations was: 27 in favour of Japan's admis- sion, nil against, and six abstentions. The abstentions were: Britain, Australia, New Zealand, South ' Africa, Southern Rhodesia, and Czechoslovakia. Japan has been admitted to GATT as an associate member for two years. Her probationary member- ship will last until June, 1955, or until her accession following tariff negotiations with other members. | A declaration has been drawn up for members to sign, that they are prepared to conduct their commercial relations with Japan on GATT principles. Many GAIT members have expressed fear that Japan will return to her dis- ruptive trade tactics of be- fore the war. Earlier this year ...

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Dogwatch for atomic raiders FACT'S New York News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 25 October 1953

Dogwatch for atomic raiders FACT'S New York News Bureau A determined lady in Danville, Ver- mont, announced this week that she had taught her dog to bark when he hears an aeroplane so she can telephone the local air- raid centre. She is one of 300,000 Americans who have signed up as civilian defence vol- unteers to do their bit in case of a Russian hydro- gen or atomic bomb attack. Worried officials in Wash- ington are grateful, but say the country needs at least 500,000 skilled sky-watchers 24 hours a day. They say a 1,000-bomber Russian air fleet is located just across the top of the American continent on the far-eastern tip of Siberia. In range of its A-bombs -and soon of its H-bombs -are such strategic cities as Chicago, Seattle, New York and Washington. Public bored Americans have become aware that for the first time since the wars against the Red Indians, the United States has frontiers of sea and sky vulnerable to as- sault. An imposing network of air bases, radar screens and...

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