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Sunday Cookery Section Mrs. Lancaster Suggests: RECIPES for the WEEK Here's Economy [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Ljüiostcr suggests: RECIPES for the WEEK] i WITH THE COST of living still soaring cvcrv housewife is on thc look out for ways to save on the budget. These recipes will please your purse and they've been specially ! 'selected to "tense" your palate also. ¡ ÍMake Apricot- Muffins ll ot self-raising flour. 4 oz margarine. 2 Iblspns. sieved apri- cot jam. 1 tblspn. siignr. 1 egg i (spn. lemon essence. i cup milk. Method: Sift flour into basin. Rub in margarine, add suear Beat egg well, add milk, essence and jam. Mix into dry ingredients until moistened and mixture looks lumpy. Bake in greased, floured patty pans in hot oven about 15 minutes. Savoury Flapjacks 8 oz self-raising flour. ; i tspn. carl), soda. , 1 Ispn. salt. : Pinch pepper. . 1 Iblspn. grated onion. '¡ 1 Iblspn. chopped parsley, i 1 cgg&lt; ) 1 tspn. melted butter, ! dripping or margarine. 1 cup milk. Savoury mince, or any seasoned minced cold left-overs to serve with flapjacks and thick enough to spoon on top of p...
WHITE FOR A SUMMER AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
WHITE FOR A SUMMER AFTERNOON BLACK crepe is Ilav- ing an important sea- son for the cocktail dress -but newest of the nen is white crepe, snowy anti softly draped, untouched with colour, for the sum- mer afternoon dress. Wear it with all-white accessories, or if there is a totten of colour let it bc just in jewellery and shoes. White spattered willi too many blobs of colour will bc killed just as si -cly as black spattered with too many touches of white. White crepe has thc look of luxury, anti sine; the cleaners' bills will lill it into the special oc- casion class anyway, this is the fabric to chouse for thc pleated, tucked or lindy gathered style you've always wanted but thought too difficult to iron.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
WANT CHILDREN'S CLOTHES TO LAST TLONGER? "THEN USE VELVET SOAP'» gpflHb^ say these two thankful mothers ¿^^¿Í?*^J|^B^^^"JH Let these two sisters, Mrs. Hickey of 15 ^^¿SBS^,^ Cavella Ave., Rhodes, N.S.W., and Mrs. , W Wilson of 22 Harrington St., Marrickville, ^^If '*>&*4 % N.S.W., show you how they get extra-long MRS. ^Jr^^°*^ * wear ^rom biddies' clothes by using good E. HICKEY Sk^^l pure Velvet. Mother of 6 ^B^£> J^^. 44PPMQMP^^ MRS. J. WILSON Mother of 2 Doesn't Baby Bernadette look happy? The reason? Soft, fluffy, Velvet washed nappies, for one thing. "Honestly, keeping 6 children clothed these days takes some doing" said Mrs. Hickey. "But Velvet helps no end!" Take the advice of two mothers who know I Usc gentle Velvet for everything you wash.. Velvet gives mote extra-soapy suds faster and that means less rubbing and longer life to your clothes. Kind to your hands, too. ASK FOR THE BIG "Aren't they sweet!*'smiled Aunt Jenny. "But they'll have their clothes filthy ...
KILLED BY TRAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
KILLED BY TRAIN An unidentified railway employee was fatally injured last night when struck by a train near Macdonaldtown Station. Central District Ambu- lance took him to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospi- tal, where he was admitted with a fractured skull, fractured legs and anns, and fractured ribs. He died about three hours later. He was crossing the Line when the train hit him. Police found a lottery ticket called "Happiness" in bis pocket. Thc name Spain was written in pencil across one corner. The man was about 26 years old with dark hair and complexion. He was wearing a light grey check suir aad a «hite shirt.
White Sauce Variations [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
White Sance Variations 1 (blspn. butter. 1 tblspn. plain flour. 1 cup milk. Salt, pepper, a little grated nutmeg. Method: Make thc sauce in thc usual way and if needed for binding ingredients to- gether use less liquid. For fish sauce usc all fish stuck or half stock and half milk. For sauce to serve with boiled mutton use half stock in which meat is cooked and half milk. If parsley is used add it Inst as heat will destroy colour. For celery sauce add half celery water and half milk. For a very smooth, sat- iny finish, whisk with an egg whisk.
SWIM SUITS IN 400 A.D. The Bikini Is 2,000 Years Old [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
SWIM SUITS IIS 400 A.D. Portion of a mosaic floor unearthed in Piazza, central Sicily, depicts the type of garments worn by athletic women about 400 A.D. were similar to modern Bikini swimming suits. The Bikini Is 2,000 Years Old From Our Statt Correspondent LONDON, Saturday.-Discovery of a pair of leather trunks during excavations in London this week, prove that Bikinis were in vogue nearly 2,000 years ago. The trunks were un- earthed during excavation for the new Bank of Lon- don above the old Roman road, Watling Street. They were in a good state of preservation, with lacing on both sides. From its design the gar- ment could only have been worn on a slim girlish figure. Mosaic Uncovered . The garment, judging by pottery found with it, be- longed to thc period 41-99 A.D. One pottery bowl bore thc stamp of Crestius, a well-known potter during the reign of Claudius Nero and Vespasian. Archeologists were help ed, in their deductions about how the leather trunks were used, by a mosaic ...
FILM FOR WOMEN DRIVERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
I I LSI FOR WOMEN »RIVERS AFILM has been made in America by a large car com- pany lo tench women thc finer points of driv- ing. Called "Home at the Wheel" the film runs ~ for just under 15 min- utes. It shows hand sig- nals, and thc occasions on which they should bc used; suggests thc proper length of time to pause at stop signs, and what parts of thc road to take for right and left hand turns. One lesson in thc film, in particular, would be useful to Syd- ney drivers: how to park in a small space with a minimum of - bother.
Right To Speak Up [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Right To Speak Up NEW YORK, Saturday. (A.A.P.). - The "New York Daily Mirror" yester- day defended Miss Sarah Churchill (above), daugh- ter of the British Prime Minister, for "speaking up for her rights" in a Holly- wood restaurant. "We say to Miss Church- ill, 'Atta girl, Sarah!' " said "The Mirror" in a leading article. The paper gave this ac- count of the disagreement. "Miss Churchill, bless her democratic soul, was hav- ing a beer and a bite in a hamburger heaven, and along came 2 a.m. "The wailer reminded her that is thc witching hour, ac- cording to California law, and she would have to give up the beer. ' "There were words. Miss Churchill spoke up for her rights. That much is ad- mitted."
She's An Amateur Maker Of Movies [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
MISS NORA BOUNDS with the 8 m.m. movie camera with which she made the filiTi "Race Track," which loon her the Australian Amateui Cine Society's members' competition. She's An Amateur Maker Of Movies "TVTEITHER Cecil B. de Mille nor Hollywood ?L^' could have better subjects for a film than Randwick and the champion sire Midstream," says Miss Nora Bounds who this year won the Mem- bers' Competition of thc Australian Amateur Cine Society with lier film "Race Track." Miss Bounds joined the Society three years ago after she bought an eight milli- metre movie camera ' in anticipation of a trip abroad. "At first 1 was like all be- ginners with a new toy and went round 'pot-shotting' at everything on sight. How- ever, I soon discovered that there. was a. good deal to learn about films and film making." The making of "Race Track" was not just a matter of spending a couple of days at Randwick. Miss Bounds went to the Kia-ora Stud, Scone, and took shots of foals as young as one day-old. "Midst...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
P Is it brand new, or does it look like new? In either case, how can you keep it that way ? How can you make all your pretty things last longer - and go on looking lovely? Well, the answer to that problem is the ACME Cleanser-Wringer. IT'S the scientific combination of Pressure Distribution and Pressure Indication that does thc trick ! Acme pressure dis- tribution operates, over thc whole length of thc resilient rubber rollers and wrings thc thin as well as the thick parts of thc wash, expelling embedded dirt along with the surplus water ... while Acme's new 3-point pressure indication takes the guesswork out of wringing. Everything from a bib to a blanket, gets exactly the right pressure suited to its weight and texture without any strain on delicate fibres. Thc whole wash -silks, cottons, linens, woollens-comes out fresher, cleaner, and with longer life ahead. Obtainable al all leading hardware and departmental llores ACME B cleanser-wringer Used in millions of homes throughout th...
15 Years For Soldier "Spy" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
15 Years For Soldier "Spy" LONDON, Saturday (A.A.P.).-A Court-martial in West Germany has found a U.S. soldier, Private Robert W. Dorey, 21, of Somerville (Massachusetts), guilty of spying for the Russians and writing articles for "Pravda." The Court sentenced him to 15 years' hard labour. Dorey pleaded guilty to a charge of being absent with- out leave for 17 months and of "affiliating himself with thc State Security Service of the Soviet Zone of Germany, which advocates the violent overthrow of the United States Government." . . The tinging and sentence 'ai L ' 'subject to review. - ¡.i;
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
GAULT, holding his right hand cocked, shoots out a left to Barnes' jaw . . . CARRUTHERS shows his long reach with a righthand lead feeling for distance . . . ... Barnes blocks the punch and feels with his left which is caught by Gault's right . . . . . . Carruthers has judged distance and his left is on its way to Dunn's jaw . . . . . . Gault drops his left hand to bring ¡| j.j quickly for a second left ... j . . . Carruthers' right is lowered as Dunn coven his jaw with right guard . . .
Pickworth's Battle To Win Golf Title SINKS LONG PUTT AT 36th [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Picktvorth's Battle To Win Golf Title . SINKS LONG PUTT AT 36th From LES RYAN MELBOURNE, Saturday.-Ossie Pickworth sank a 15-foot putt for a birdie three r on the last green to beat Peter Thomson one up in ' the Australian professional golf championship at East Royal Mel- bourne to-day. This was the first time in the 36-hole final that Pickworth had been in front. Thomson had won the ;first two holes, had been one up at lunch and two up with four holes to play. | But ' his grip slackened just when it seemed he would win his first national title. It was a great fighting finish by Pickworth in one of the most tense Australian professional golf finals ever played. Pickworth, who first gained the title jn 1947, won three of the Jast four holes. The match was "square" at the 27th and Thomson had every chance when he won the 28th and 30th with birdies. It looked the end for Pickworth. But Thomson got into trouble at the 33rd when he hooked behind some gum trees. A good, recovery tore thro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
A Car for Xmas! AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION \ In aid of Northern Suburbs Catholic Building Fund 1953 CHEVROLET SEDAN SECON» PKIZE I 1953 Vanguard Sedan £1180 Third Prize-President 8i cu. ft. Refrigerator .. £179 Fourth Prize-President 5i cu. ft. Refrigerator .. £149 Fifth Prize-Mullard Table Combination Radio .. £57 Sixth Prize-A.W.A. Portable Radiola . £24 TICKETS £1 each (?» books of five) 19,250 tickets only to be sold ' Drawn 7th December, 1953 AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION, j ? 64 Carlotta Street, I j . GREENWICH, N.S.W. | ? Dear Sir, | ' Please allot me..bool/s.tickets tn the . I AMERICAN BRITISH CARS ART UNION, for which I I I enclose the sum of £ and stamped addressed | ? envelope. . j NAME. j I ^ADDRESS.'. |
Countrie[?] Share [?] From OUR [?] CORRESPON[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
From OM CORREM. LONDON, Si England's «m clubs will leis i week at the nuts what their shani the record-braS the Australian!! The first-class M get at least £4,(M! more. Some of the rte the bottom of ki ship in 1953 «til slice of their, bonni to strengthen their ia They are loolif* professionals pfeii?' League clubs. '? Coli.i McCooN two being eagerly» has yet accepted ut Somerset, last il' has already sigoei J Surrey's Austr.fej spinner N.Z. StarjoiifÜ Thc club is McCool, who badi* season in Northen ' Kent, second Uart wants lohnny R»i Zealand Test plf a successful alto« cricket. Worcestershire, » two voung AusiBW and Noel Hughes,^ in the market. Other clubs are * and are waiting10* and Ken Archer «! English conditio» English crito * well that tai** Bruce Doolan*; « during the finalTf' "ever have sla&lt;«! ProbjemJûrJ Meanwhile a'l* working oat W', estimated at W* and £200,000^ way between-"111 The M.CC f says the P.f «ch will &lt; £2,i'O0 sterling i1"! tour. jj lt i...