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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

: //////////////? MER ot WINTER mw ilia1 you can't beat Mothers like to have a yard or of 'Viyella' in the house. A new nightgown for baby, a blouse for Susie, knickers for Ian ... all can be made quickly and easily in 'Viyella.' There is no better fabric for children. Protects them from chills thé whole year through and washes and wears indefinitely. 'Viyella' is readily available in cream and many other lovely pastels . . . ask at any draper or department store. // you have difficulty bi obtaining 'Viyella' please write lo

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Marriage Commemoration Service [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

A Marriage Commemoration Service AM A R R I AGE Commemoration Service will bc held at St. Mark's, Darling Point, to-night, nt 7.15. Those married at St. Mark's and attending this service arc invited to supper at the Rectory afterwards. Last year married couples filled thc church for a similar service, and among them was a couple who had been married at St. Mark's 60 years ago. The Rev. Clive Goodwin, thc Rector of St. Mark's, hopes that a couple with a longer record than this will bc present at to-night's service.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Free Speech BRITAIN: (CHRISTIANITY has not _ ^ been tried and found wanting-it has been found difficult and not been tried. -Home Secretary SIR DAVID MAXWELL FYFE. WOMEN, being realists, always welcome thc trudi-especially about other women. -Author SOMERSET MAUGHAM. IT is only a question of time until the automatic machine will be found preferable to human labour. -Scientist DR. L. G. BRAZIER. HMM| \\/E STILT THINK PCACE AND Hüu513¡uS£^H VV Prosperity is a sensible ^^^^^^^^^^^m slogan, but apparently there are some people who have yet to be sold on this new- fangled old idea. -COLLIER'S MAGAZINE. EXCEPT for prayer, fishing is about the only time people respect the privacy of the President. -Ex-Presldent HERBERT HOOVER. IT takes a girl longer to dress than a man because she has to slow up round the curves. -Television slor LUCILLE BALL. pnjiniim THERE is more BBUB41¡SB3HHÍ silence in Sydney on Melbourne Cup day than on Remembrance Day. We find it easier to think of the living than t...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Money grows on {Christmas) ' frees Wonderful idea for Christmas Gifts: GIFT CERTIFICATES in gay silver or gold paper wallets! Brilliant thought to keep in mind for when deciding what to give (why not nota?) . . . Gift certificates, filled in for any sum you wish to expend, exchangeable for -lovely dress material on any of Henderson's three great floors I The inspired part is - wc enclose them in beautiful wallets of . glistening silver or glowing gold: you choose ... A most I original and delightful Yuletide gift for any miss or madam, ODDMENTS "CL^ AT COST PRICE, SOME LESS! ONLY TILL SOLD Tie Silks and Brocades, W ..In those deep jewel tones everybody loves, many of them "shot." Below costl 44in. Organdy, 411 In wanted shades of sky, Nile green, pink, maize, and lilac. 44 .inch. ? Cost priccl ; Waffle Pique, S' Blue)'pink, tulip,'yellow. Or plain textured. Ul brit* shades and pastels.-36in. Cost price!1 : SORRY, 1NSUFFICIENÍ Lingerie Satin, ó'll A pretty fcrnlcaf print In blue, or ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Flour by the pillowcase FACT correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Flour by the i pillowcase j . FACT correspondent American house- wives are buying flour : by.the pillowcase. i At first millers filled the '? cotton' pillowcases with 501b of flour but it was too much for housewives to buy at one time. Now a removable seam is sewn across the centre of the bag, forming a separate compartment for 251b of flour. The other half makes a 4 useful grip for the bag. Sales in recent months have exceeded 30 million bags, delighting both millers and the cotton industry. Landscapes by a prisoner FACT Correspondent v A North Korean prisoner of W»r, Kim Yeowg-hi, has presented three of his own landscapes to Indian Prime Minister Pandit Nehru. He painted them after the Indian Custodian Force took ' . over the war-prisoner camps i in Korea on September 8. General K. S. Thimayya, Indian head of the neutral ; .Repatriation Commission in Korea; has received a por , trait of himself painted by . another prisoner, Jang Won \ cheol. i

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In your FACT magazine today [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

I In your FACT magazine today j ¡j Chain-smoker's ghost haunts the U.S.A. .. page 20 * ; Brunette ex-spy faints at murder trial .. page 21 ¡j: « Sighs for the world's most beautiful man .. page 21 5. : The indiscretions of Madame Ambassador .. page 67 .'Sj ; Test-tube babies after the fathers' death .. page 68 Sj ? The Way I See It, by Gilbert Mant .. page 69 $ ¡j Diary of a Doctor who tells.page 70 «I ? Your week by the stars .. .... ..... page 70 î S 5 .

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

The Store With More . . . . . Wonderful Dolls We planned way. ahead, shopped the world's big- gest toy markets to bring you everything from Continental charmers to English Pedigree baby dolls . that blow the realest baby-like bubbles! Come in, C . ¡V- , see these and many hundreds more . . : you'll find v just the doll you've wanted for, your darling in our Joy Shop, First Floor, Elizabeth - Street . Store. English Pedigree "Pin-up" doll. Full perming kit to wave her shining nylon hair. 14". 78/6. She walks, sleeps! Prettily dressed English doll, 21". 7?/6. 16" Italian doll. She has genuine hair curls, flirting eyes and a ma-ma voice. £7/13/3 English "Patsy" baby doll. She - drinks, wets, cries, even' blows bubbles! Stands 15" high! 59/6. A SPECIAL ACCESSORY SHOP FOR DOLLS We've everything a well-dressed doll could wish for; priced _ for doll-size budgets, too. Amongst them are dimity dresses with hats, panties to match, from 14/6; gaily coloured shoes, from 2/3 pair; Italian straw_...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

^^1-7 THE SUN-HERkLD What's Christmas without presents? Childhood memories of crackling parcels in the dawn half-light tare revived every year of your life, and recreated for the children. In these pages are^ pictures and ideas by the dozen for gifts for r . every member of the family, so that no-one from '.. ihe new baby to grandmother need miss the Ililli ,i§^^

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

c DOWELLS) Self. Service fashion fair PHONE ORDERS RI NC BL405I MAI L ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO WHILE STOCKS LAST/ MAIL ORDERS add 1/10 Freight. Mc DOWELLSN| 120 ONLY WASHABLE LINEN SUITS. I WHILE THEY LAST! i Every young mitt In town n««ds a tult In her summer wa rd rob« «nd har« lt the perfect ona with dainty jacket styling nip- ped In at th« waist with 2 Imitation pockets and th« skirt has 6 full flowing gores. A fashion Fair masterpiece ls this washable wonder and at this price they will simply walk out,r to burry I« and avoid disappointment. »In crisp shades -of Blue, Lemon, Gold, Roi«. Aqua on whit« grounds. Sizes XSSWI SSWi. SW* TF, HONET SAVING PRICE 62/6 GEORGE & KING STS.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERCIER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

MERCIER ". . . And furthérmore. if you ihink. Jor -one. minùt e^^-9¿¡n<í-toUlaVe-ÍTtysyf ^deatji,, ^e^ing'-,a)ti<|H fr çooking^hàt'hdrrible big>th¡ng/y^úVe^M^ák^rV!" ??'?'1 »HM->r\

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Problem Skin? Don't let it worryyoul iJl Use Cuticurt Soap fi every day, and IK your fl skin quickly regain its !.. nttural smoothness and y ' loveliness. Thc rich, J> /4j deep-cleansing, mildly,;** '( medicated oils of thii-wb' delicately fragrant and ¿A. long-lasting super-fattedfA) . oap are specially -f/fa blended for sore, bltm- ly J ished, rough, irritating/W, tad chafed skin. Buy -<t your Cuticura to-dayl mir (uticura \^ SOAP H

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

CÙOl...^^^ COMFORTABLE V^j StÊSk for that "ÀffêûMe " -feeling /à «ed. ooffoc/// y.How. ^^^Ä'"' ^^ÊÊÊj^^^Ê^ ' Pullmans arc more than just slippers. They are all-purpose Jgm ^ .^nsíá^^^^^^*^M ¿gg&fltyjj^^ ^^Í^^^H^^^^^r^" \ »ouse_ shoes-as much at home in the car or down town j^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^My are always cool to the feet ... for the very ^H¿J$& í ^ ^j^^ . \ ^ ^action of walk^ through the million^^^^ ^ ^ * m. , X {Paß*** \Í/M New French process "^»^2. \ ^ «pP**^ .J^^^^^^ exclusive to Pullman j5^^&^f^^.'« i I. Vulcanises sole and uppers V^^SB^L^^fifibw.* \ ^ JSBII^Í^SF «^FtÍl/ fain one longwcaring unit. f^¡^J§£& ffl* f^'^K^^Sb>»>¿ \ 'À* l/í T/"** «A ^^^^"jr*t^<gi>*tftrt' .It^fy 3. Moulds a tough rubber outer "^^^S^W^^&^C^W \ .^«iffeflA 1^9 " ,S< "Txíkí' Hr 5. Gíuej slipper longer life than \***^~0*~^K,\^^^^^^^^^\' . ^*^w ^N». «fd. iu'oundi. «oya/. * werage shae. SOMM.':. <..,;« ."x» jtf*ft.tf*¡¡rf«&am...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sun-Herald Women's Section At The Tennis In The Sun [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

At The Tennis In The Sun A SAFFRON YELLOW and white figured linen sunfrock with matching sunglasses ruas worn by MISS VIRGINIA GRAY at the N.S.W. Lawn Tennis Championships, while (below) MRS. VIC SEIXAS watches her husband on the centre court loith MR. E. HAMILTON. LEADING AUSTRALIAN tennis player, MR. REX HARTWIG, watching the tennis championships at White City toith MRS. HARTWIG, who wore a red and white striped top to her white linen skirt. Below: MRS. IAN POTTS wore a striking sunfrock of deep black linen witKa black and white diamond right flying panel at the tennis, while MRS. HAROLD DOCTOR chose a cool, striped shantung frock.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEATURES I "STOLE" Hitler's Wild Dog THE SECRETS OF A SURGEON —PART THREE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

"a i "STOLE" Hitler's Wild Dog THE SECRETS OF A SURGEON -PART THREE THE WORLD-FAMOUS German surgeon Ferdinand Sauerbruch, in his memoirs now published in English for the first time, tells secrets of his dealings with Hiller, Robert Ley and other Nazi leaders ... a revelation as rare as it is intriguing. ____¡!'f:¿!!"< ONE night when I was in a hospital tn the Crimea during the invas- ion of Russia I received a peculiar telephone mes- sage. I was to hold my- self in readii.ess; at five in the morning a car would call for me and take me to the airport, where a plane would be waiting to take me to the Fuhrer's headquarters. The Fuhrer wished to see me immediately I arrived At five o'clock 1 was un easily waiting- Tor the car. wondering what Hitler want- ed me for, and sus, ting it was nothing favourable. I waited until 11 o'clock, so restless that I could not eat. I had just made u; my mind to go and have break- fast wher. an officer anH two subalterns carried a man into tb*...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

jj Social News, p. 27; Parties And People, 1 j pp. 30, 59; The Queen's Flower Maker, 1 p. 61; Recipe Which Won £1,000, p. 65. |

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

"... And what a wonderful ending! This monster from another world destroys every TY set on earth!"

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New York Wants BELTS[?] Not BU[?]ES [?]TURES Moving Footpaths May Shift Crowds [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

New York Wants BELTS TITRES Not Bl^S By A New York Correspondent This model shows how the "rubber rail- way" works. Moving Footpaths JMag Shift Crowds SYDNEY is scrap- ping trains for buses; but are trams, buses, and under- ground frains ALL out of date for eily trans- port? New York, which has the fiercest traffic problems in the world, thinks they may be. It . is investig a t n g a ; radically new system I -o move crowds in a Í hurry - transport by j conveyor belt. I If New York traffic ex » perts have their way, j many New Yorkers now Î using congested under I ground trains will travel I instead in small compart- iments moving on an end- less track of rubber con- veyor belts and banks of I powered wheels. I Advantages claimed for fjthc system are: jj «lt will take passengers .jhalf a mile in two minutes, «îwilh no waiting. :'" . It will carry 32,000 pas ..sengers an hour, against the ^trains' 23,000 passengers an hour at peak periods. O It is safe, simple, and con ..venient and 4...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The halter line [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Is a good line for summer, whether by day or. by night. Sun-tanned shoulders are the complement to the halter. A halter of white bird's eye pique lavishly splashed with ¡et for glitter is teamed with a gently flaring black linen skirt, top left; then reading clock-wise: Jacques Helm designed the sun separates which combine a form-fitting broadcloth halter top with a printed cotton Ottoman skirt. Kasper of Penart features a versatile black linen sheath, the halter neckline dramatised by cleverly draped silk print in black and white harlequinade pattern, repeated in two floating panels. Carolyn Schnurer cut a skirt from Madagascar strawcloth, added bands of fringe, and teamed it with a black jersey halter top criss-crossing at the neck. A white cotton frock, simple in cut and with a full skirt, is an ideal halter-style. Red Paisley printed picju» makes a beanstalk sheath cocktail dress which is beaded all over for evening! glamour. The halter rises to a Beau Brummel collar.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

. \ / ? m-^^ WE GAMBLED ON THE WEATHER AND LOST! THESE FINE, ^^"^^A /^s^^ ^ FASHIONABLE SUITS AND FROCKS SHOULD HAVE MELTED OFF OUR ^^V^C RACKS LIKE ICE CREAM IN A HEAT WAVE, BUT SUMMER ^^/\^s^ JUST COULDN'T GET STARTED. NOW THAT IT HAS. ¿mf^ j \ ^"^^ WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR LATE DELIVERIES. SO, CRASH-DOWN GO PRICES j \ ON EVERY FROCK AND SUIT IN OUR SHOWROOM. / \ SORRY. NO 'PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Day For Fetes [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

A Way For Fetes STALLS selling Christmas gifts and decorations, cakes and plum puddings, were the main attraction at fetes in the suburbs yesterday. Lady Lloyd Jones per formed (he opening cere' mony al the floral fet£ organised by Women's Guild of the Petersham Cpngre gational Church to raise funds for the church. Ashfield Torchbearers for Legacy commemorated the opening of Cull House. Ash- field - a Sydney Legacy Hostel for apprenticeship boys - with a fair tn the grounds. More than 300 people at- tended the American Tea given by .the Kambala Old Girls' Union al the Junior School to defray expenses for the Old Girls' Ball which viii be held on March 18 at he Trocadero. THE annual fete held in aid of thc N.S.W. Home for Incurables at "Weemala," .Ryde, yesterday afternoon, raised £1,600. With dona- tions and smaller functions held to assist with the after- noon, the total was £3,000. Weaving, basket-work and leather-work . done by the patients were sold on the stalls. * * * PUPILS a...

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