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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

"Sign of the times -chap here named Penny wants to change his name to Shilling."

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

QK|y (htfadiaM (Pacific jflk %/ T Fly Canadian Pacific - the only airline to North ff America with Giant SUPER DC-6B Airliners ... the most luxurious and modern aircraft across the Pacific. Flying time Sydney to Vancouver-32 hours. Enjoy the free 18| hour stopover at Honolulu which only Canadian Pacific provides . . . stay at famous Moana Hotel, right on Waikiki Beach. DEPARTURES FROM SYDNEY EVERY TUESDAY OcttiftHifW (PctciUc mm m i-m m m m. m mmm ^% W For full deuils consult your Local Travel Agent or Canadian Pacific Air Lines Limited, 247 Geo rt« Street, Sydney, and 59 William Street, Melbourne; or Union Steam Ship Co. (General Agents). CANADIAN PACIFIC AIRLINES LIMITED - INC. IN CANADA

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

PHILIPS M^/RELEASES Popular-10" 78 r.p.m. B2I032H - Walkin1 and Wond'rin'; Wise Man or Fool Guy Milcholl with Mitch Miller B2I05OH-So Long Darlin'; Fall in Love Frankie Yankovic and his Yanks B2I0B4H-With These Hands!. Satisfied Johnnie Ray with The Buddy Cole Quartet B2II07H-God Bless Us All; Marco, the Polo Pony Jimmy Boyd P240I2H-Rhapsody Rag; Five Finger Boogie Winifred Atwell 10" LP, 331/3 r.p.m. B074I8R-"By the Light of «he Silvery Moon" Eight famous songs from the film, sung by the inimitable Classical-12" LP, 33'/3 r.p.m. A0II00L-La Mer (Debussy) The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York Conductor: Dimitri Mltropoulos And Iberia (Debussy) The Philadelphia Orchestra Conductor: Eugene Ormandy AVAILABLE AT ALL MUSIC STORES MAKE THIS A '"1 CHRISTMAS LOIN4¿ PLAYING RECORDS £ J. a. * SLEEPING REALITY-BALLET . 2 13 li * SYLVIA BALLE! . 1 14 « * COPPEUA BALLE! . 1 14 <J ir LES SYLPHIDES BALLET .1 14 u * SWAN LAKE AND L' ARLESIENNE SUITE . 1 19 6 * SYMPHONY No. 4 IN ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Choice Of The Week [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

< lioiee Of The Week CLASSICAL: Bach's Mass' in B Minor (Westminster, three 12-inch LPs). LIGHT: Music By Candle- light (Capitol 10-inch pot- pourri). POPULAR: 1 Saw Mummy Kissing Santa Claus (Jimmy Boyd,,on , Columpia ;78)ft¡. ,

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

-David Low in ' The Manchester Guardian Above the equator, it's getting a bit cold for bathing

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Festival RECORDS PTY. LIMITED proudly announce the Hrs^elcasc In Australia ol Ile BACH MASS ll) Hermann Scbercber condnciing (he Vienna Symphony Oren WALML Winner of the 1952 ' GRAND PRIX DU DISQUE AWARD Thc release of this work is a fitting climax to Festival'» prolific recording output of 1953. and is a brilliant fanfare heralding similar magnificent works for 1954. Howard Taubman in the New York Times states-"this is the best recording of Bach's towering masterpiece." The complete work is available in an album of 3 microgroove record« at all record retailer's.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
She's in the army now FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

She's in the army now FACT correspondent ! Lillian Bcloin, a civi- I! ! linn employee of thc ! ! U.S. Army, opened her ! I morning mail al Fort ! ¡ Lee, Virginia, to find ! j she bad a pay risc. ? j That afternoon she ? ; got a letter saying she ? j would be dismissed for { ; reasons of economy. « ; Next morning she re- ; ; ceived word that she ; ; had been named the ; ; camp's outstanding civ- ; ; ¡lian employee. ; ; Five days later she ; ; was told she could ; ; keep her job because ; ; fewer people were to ; ! be dismissed. ;

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Insurance in the bomb age FACT'S New York News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Insurance in the bomb age FACT'S New York News Bureau Within a year San Francisco Bay may be ringed by guided-missile launching batteries, American officials say. Other sidelights on the atomic-age cold war: . Abandoned water tunnels and steel-encased exhausted oil wells are being examined as secret storage sites for crude oil and petrol. . More than 90 million Americans will be covered by life assurance policies worth £133,000,000,000 by ! the end of 1953-a 50 per I cent, gain since 1948. This week President Eisenhower and his staff took refuge in the deep bomb shelter of the White House on Thursday during a mock atom-bomb raid on Washington. H-bomb air-raid tests were held in New York and other big American cities last month. Americans travelling ,in Europe notice that people there seem much calmer about the risk of a World War III. U.S. policy, as voiced by President Eisenhower and secretary of State Dulles, has been to put a brake on Anglo-French desires for a Big Three talk wit...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

j Summer Fashions, pages 27-31; The |j Queen's Glamour, p. 32; Woman's Choice |j j, in Women, p. 50; Mere Chatter, p. 52. fl

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHIONS FOR SUMMER White icing [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

FASHIONS FOR SIMMER Bands of embroidred leaves decorate the linen dress by Harry Condor (above). The white linen princess dress (right) is accented with pearl saucer buttons and bobble braid. Then, reading clockwise, come two white linen formals, one embroidered with guipure lace motifs and pearls, and the other highlighted with cord embroidery and lace chrysanthemums in relief, with a white organdie ' is appliqued with high-flying butterflies, blossoms and bows. Like the confections of some magic-making chef, or the shining white rice flowers with which Indian women decorate their floors for : a wedding, are ¡ the scrolls of white braid embroidery on a ground of white linen.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

MARK FOYS * Home News Wonderful values on our Second Floor BARGAINS: Chenille bedspreads From 49'11 100 Bedspreads to sell below cost. Closely tufted and beautifully designed, in throw-over or tailored styles. Choose three-quarter or double bedspreads, priced from 49/11 Be wise ... come along early . . . we've only limited stocks. A (Photographed) Tailored chenille bedspread, closely tufted in shades of beige, rose, np j mushroom, pastel pink, blue. Large D.B. size. . OJ - B * Our own "Sweetheart Bedspread" beautifully designed of imported, lace, with lovely voile frilling. Detachable sachet for your nightgown. Low-priced at 12 gns. s (Postage extra when shopping by mail.) ? ' LOOK! Amazing Napery Prices! ? \V*lí^^^^^^65^^k*r7Í?^^^^^ 'HAND-EMBROIDERED * HAND - EMBROIDERED TRAY V / rirr /V^" C SANDWICH TRAY D'OYLEYS, 10¿" Q_i CLOTHS, 16" X 25". In floral de- <V| -, \ 1/ ,t 77$-* 3 \ '^J^ ^^vV^ £ / X ^on(^er^ Vi,lue at> eacu. signs on good quality white colton. ^ -*??» \...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHIONS FOR SUMMER Prints [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

FASHIONS ;FÜH SUMMER j An evening dress of silkiest Sea Island cotton is designed by Sophie, .f New York, in a medly of pink, aquamarine and white flowers, sprinkled with coloured sequins like rainbow dewdrops. The neckline is a deep scoop, ?he sleeves-a new fashion this, for sleeves for evening-are tight to below the elbow. A sun-dress with an olive-green floral motif has a brief bolero lined to match the flowers: designed by Horrockses Fashions. Sea Island cotton is finished like silk in two dresses below. ,A tunic dross (ligi'') is edged with black braid to match tho spangling'' stars. «Pristine white is the back I ground for summer prints, and flake white - the artist's standby - is mixed with pure «colour for fascinating chalky pastels. Cotton looks like silk, and silk glows with I new depths |k of beauty.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRYPTIC CROSSWORD ACROSS: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

1 BBOBaOH ; I ACROSS: . 1. lt's tough like an iron- clad (8). 5. "Chillon thy - is a holy place!" (Byron) (6). 9. Despoils (7). 10. Bossed-about fellow got to look older (7). 11. Clean sail (anagram) (9). 12. Little science with a politician, bad boy! (5). , 14. Three Persian kings had this name (6). : 16. Partial illuminant on thc ; nails (4, 4). 19. Order for a comfortless bed (5, 3). SOLUTION OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLE. 20. A fool made his to a rag and a bone and a hank of hair (6). 22. Educational aspect of a spotted fish (5). 24. A gentleman of Verona who was, so to speak, shrewd (9). 26. Vessel for the barber (7). 27. You folk (7). 28. All right in metric sur- roundings (6). 29. Try a cane for a curved chain (8). DOWN: 1. Like Lindwall's bowling as a rule (4, 3, 4). 2. Great fun to reverse it for lifting (5). 3. I get a gnat in writing (9). 4. There is one in 3 (6). 6. Saturnine combines (5). 7. What the Conservative canvasser hopes to do (9). 8. Sleepy sort of land (3). 10. Wine o...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Sun-Herald" Crossword—No. 4 ACROSS: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

"Sim-Herald" Crossword-No. 4 ACROSS: I. People report you to Chantilly. t. Tree is well liked witliout you. (6) 9. Gippsland town runs rings around some- body. (4) , 10. Inferno sailors go to America. (8) . II. Capturing an ex- pression of grati- fication by Rex. (6) 13. Shot by a schoolboy. (3) 14. I change the first bosom friend. (5, 3) 16. It describes an operatic chorus in which bellows might bc expect ! ed. (5) 17. Drop off the East knot. (4) 19. Shut in like this. (4) 22. An artist in thc thc shower. (4) 23. Thc Queen goes to America for thc employer. (4) 24. Short steer is minced. (5) 27. Main urge in bloom. (8) 28. Czech composer vgocs south to Britain, etc. (3) 30. A Khayyam backing a wool producer on a novel by Helen Hunt Jackson. (6) 32. Roman general in Britain intro- duces a recent king and 1 to a nut for pop. (8) 33. A court vehicle backing a sail supporter. (4) 34. If you were a cannibalistic hus- band (and hun- gry), what would you do to cause a fuss'? (6) 35. Addres...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S LIVING Famous Decorator's Home In Melbourne By OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

ITFDÄVS LIVING . Ill THE WHITE-PAINTED facade of the old home of interior decorator Mrs. Guy Sniith, at South Yarra. Melbourne. Famous Decorator9« Home In Melbourne By OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE . ANAME thal in the course of 30 years has become a legend in homes throughout Australia is thai of Dolly Guy Smith-a tiny, while i haired bundle of brains and energy who has been responsible for the decoration of Government Houses of several capital cities, of banks, of theatres, and of private homes scattered as far afield as Hobart, Wes! Australia, Port Pirie, Canberra and Broken Hill. : Mrs. Guy Smith is a Mel- bourne woman. She lives there in a charming white painted, rambling old home in South Yarra-when she isn't (lying off, armed with rolls of wallpaper, pots of paint, and dozens of bolts of material, to carry out the 'decoration of a house that could be almost anywhere .in Australia. .j "I love flying," says this sweet-faced grandmother, j'and besides, I'm always in a hurry." I In a...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Girls Design Any Building [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

ARCHITECTURE students, MISSES MARG- ARET O'DONOHUE and PATRICIA HORSLEY, in front of a model for a community centre. MISS DIERDRE HALL-BEST (right) a fourth year student, with MISS HELEN WALKER. Girls Design AMT Building tyOMEN students of thc Faculty 0f Architef » » lure at the University of Sydney worked on a variety of projects from a plan for a new Grci Hall and a police station to designs ,or textiles In cover chairs, for thc exhibition of work of student! in thc faculty. Two of thc fourth year students helped prepare the models of mannequin par- ade salons displayed at the exhibition which is showing at David ? Jones'. Market Street store. . The salons were designed by students. Ken Wooley and Angus Teece, with 'entrance, foyers, a main showroom, and dressing rooms for the models. Miss Winsome Nelson,, who worked on . Mr. Wop ley's model,: made tiny .plas- ticine models weighted with wire to represent spectators and mannequins. The chairs in the other salon were modelled from'...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Home Appliance Poll [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Home Appliance Poll ELECTRIC stoves topped thc poll by a big majority when Queensland housewives were asked by a Brisbane newspaper to vole for thc household appliances they would most like to have. More than 40 per cent, of the 41,803 women who voted put electric stoves at thc top of their lists, and refrigerators came second, with gas stoves following. Radios and telephones came fourth and fifth, but only 986 women put the telephone first, against 17,950 who plumped for the electric stove. Sixteen, appliances were listed and housewives, were asked to place them in order of usefulness. This is how they voted, ihc figures showing the num- ber of times each item was given first place: 1. Electric stove, 17,950 votes; 2, refrigerator. 9,299; 3. gas stove. 6,541; 4, hot-water system, 2,658; 5, radio, 2,537; 6, telephone, 986; 7, electric washing machine, 765; 8, electric sewing machine, 519; 9, vacuum cleaner, 166; 10, electric toaster, 116; ll,' electric ironing machine, 82; 12, elect...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Your Newly Planted Shrubs [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Your Newly Planted Shrubs TN another article I have * dealt with the need for conserving moisture in this dry season. For it is dry I along the central to North Coast and near inland. Shrubs recently planted need attention and protec- tion. Anywhere where valuable azaleas, rhododendrons, ron deletias, diosmas, crepe myrtles, conifers (including rctinosporas and cupressus), Geraldton Wax and purple mint bushes, abelias, camellias, gardenias, Psoralea kolkwitzia, dog- woods, lilacs and lowering trees are trying to get a foot- hold, assistance is -equired. That assistance can take the fo. cf soil well-broken for some distance radially (not too deeply in clay), humus-manured before planting and mulching and watering afterwards. lt is always desirable during a dry year to plant shrubs in a shallov saucer-like depres- sion. That depression need not be more than.half to three quarters of ;an inch 'deep at its centre. The main thing is that it catches all the waler offering from rain and ho...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Numerous inquiries are being received and il is not possible to answer them all in detail. Every effort, however, is made to answer questions of general in- terest. Letters should be addressed lo "Wara- tah," care of "The Sun-Herald."

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDEN SECTION YOUR GARDEN PROBLEM? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

ipBARHtlN SECTOR YOUR GARDEN PROBLEM? SOILS ("Andy," Mar- oubra): There is no such thing as a sterile soil. Even I pure sand can sustain growth to a certain standard, as backyard propagators often find, lt is the impoverished soil or sand that needs re- building seasonally and we'll deal with that in detail shortly RUSSELL LUPINS (R.T.K.. Galong): Too much feeding is not a control for "yellowing." Cause could be root-disease, drainage or an overdose of lime. The plants are perennial in cold clim- ates and yours is borderline. Azalea blooms can be burnt where frosts are hard. BLUE COUCH (K.V.W.. West Kempsey): The larger specimen could be real Queensland Blue; the other is thc weedy Digitaria in- vader of our suburban lawns. Send specimens when in flower to the Governmer1 Botanist, Botanic Gardens. Sydney, for a finding. NATIVE PLANTS (J.B.W.. Castlecrag): Nur- serymen stock Eriostemon. Bottlebrushes, Grevilleas. Bauera. Leptospermums. Prostanthera, Geraldton Wax and other popular ki...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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