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

PENNY By Haenigsen

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVIEWS OF NEW FILMS IN SYDNEY FEATURES 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

REVIEWS OF NEW FILMS IN FEATURES I 'gentlemen Prefer Blondes' Screenplay by Charles Lçdcr tn«! on thc musical comedy I iMcph fields »nd Anita Loos; pr ¿«ii for 20(h Century Fox I Sol C Siced; directed by Hown: HjBks; music »nd lyrics by Ju SHIIC and Leo Robin, except "Air There Anyone Herc for Love ar "When Love Goes wi ons t Hojsy Carmichael and Uaroi Adamson: Technicolor. lane Russell, ns . Dorothi Marilyn Monroe . Lorelei Charles Coburn - Slr Francis Elliott Reid . Nijilonc Tommy Noonan .. Gus Esmond Tailor Holmes .. Esmond. Sr. Norma Varden .. Lady Hcckman PINCE they began t< " 0 break away from thi stodgy old backstage for- mula a couple of years ago Hollywood musicals have ken getting better and bet- ter at a most stimulating late-and this gay, frothy tribute to systematic gold , digging is a'most cntertain ¡ ¡ng example of the improve I rncnt. ! It has pace. It has some [ vivid production numbers I like the event where thc U.S. j Olympic athletes get on with ! thei...

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

Adults Al-, Children 1/6 CONCERT TO-NIGHT 8 o'clock. Adults Al-, No. 2 JETTY. CIRC. QUAY Hillbilly Concert, Wed., « p.m. j flVOÍí THE GAYEST, GRANDEST, MOST GLAMOROUS SHOW OF THE YEAR! MVID N. MARTIN ANOTHER MIGHT PARISIAN REVUE NlKhtlj nf 8; Mal*. Weils., Sills., 1.15. SATIN QUA NEVER BEFORE lias Sydney been entertained by a show so EXTREMELY FRENCH, so EXTREMELY FUNNY, and above all so EXTREMELY ENJOYABLE. BOOK NOW: At Tivoli (12 days aheiiil)! Uses. 15/-, «/-; MDIS. 12/ 5/-. At Tivoli, Nicholsons, Palings (G days uheud)t Eves. 15/-, 12/-, 5/-; Mats. 12/-, 10/., 5/-. MAIL, ORDER BOOKING (up to 4 weeks ahead) accepted. Eves. 15/-, 61-, Mats. 12/-, 5/-. PARTY BOOKING: Contact Miss L. Rclchless (M6835). sunnies 2a 6 9-5 i "J LAST 2 DAYS! ON THE PANORAMIC SCREEN UCfc»»l», ROBERT TAYLOR "*JR«*ño! Ult?GMt ¿. HOWARD KÍElJ> VOBW'OK ¿ »ci muru m f.-icu« COLORI. I VflM-fUfN , Sessions: 10.40. 1.45, 4.50, 8. MANLY Bondi J. KIXGSX ÍFULLJTAGE PANORAMIC SCREEN h msioMorjmm LOVES; «¡tu Pier A...

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

Studio Gossip A BBOTT and Costello arc planning an ancien} Roman satire, to bc shot partly in Italy and partly in London, which will end with a hilarious chariot race in the manner of "Ben Hur." They propose to call it "Ben His." AUSTRALIAN variety artist Bill Kerr, who took Britain by storm three years ago as a melancholy prophet of doom, gets his biggest screen chance yet in the new Rank comedy "You Know What Sailors Are," starring Akim Tamiroff, Naunton Wayne, and Sarah Lawson. Kerr plays the part of a Cockney seaman ad- opted by a harem of beauti- ful dancing girls.

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

Another Records Battle Looms From A Staff Correspondent In London THE BIGGEST battle in the British gramophone field for many years is looming, and must inevitably extend to Australia. A S the first step in their plan to break into the huge gramo- phone record market (for years dominated in Britain by the inter nationàl E.M.I, and Decca groups), Pye Ltd., radio and tele- vision manufacturers of Cambridge, have bought a controlling in- terest in the Nixa Rec- ord Company of Lon- don. The Nixa Company has an extensive catalogue of high-quality. long-playing classical records, and im- portant links with several American record - making groups. ¡The-cjiairman of Pye,- Mr. Ci j jO. Stanley, jvyhcii an ( nouhcihg' ?¡ ïBis- î 'company's plans, said that thc experi- ence of the American record market had shown that tele- vision had brought greater interest in good gramophone records, "and there's no doubt that popular taste in Britain can be expected to follow the same trend." [Pye's announ...

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

HPHE Sydney Music Club *? invites the general pub- lic to its musicale in the Fer- guson Memorial Hall, Mac- quarie Street, next Friday night. The programme will . be given by Tessa Schell (con- tralto), Eugen Prokop (viol- inist), and . Ronald Neill (tenor). Miss Schell will sing five of Dvorak's gipsy songs. Mr. Prokop will in- clude the first Australian per- formance of an Adagio by Kodaly. DERRY HART will bc the soloist and Joseph Post the conductor for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra's west- ern tour next week. The tour starts at Dubbo on Tuesday and ends at Bathurst on Fri- day. THE Metropolitan Theatre's Christmas at- traction will be . Beaumont and Fletcher's comedy, 'Thc Knight of the Burning Pestle." Lesley Lindsay will be the producer. At the same time. Colin Coates is preparing a tradi- tional programme, "Alad- din," for thc New Year and holiday period. '"PHE first of this year's ?*? "Messiah" performances will be given by the St. George Choral Society in as- sociation wit...

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

Th tow Your Voice INTO A THUNK, VJNDF.E Till ISKD, ANYWHERE. THE VENTRILO (RCBd.) An Instrument flt« Into Itir mouth, cannot be detected. Wlli (lie aid of this double thront, ct VENTRILO, you cati Imltdi birds, animals, etc. Evcijlbtai (or ONE SHILLING (1/3 postal), Including a FREE booklet jlrini tull Instructions how to becami tt Ventriloquist and throw Tout votre. SEND THIS CUrrlNO FOR FREE JOKER'S CATALOGUE. WILL Arnum 27G Collins St.. Mclbourot. Cl. (Same building ai Allan li Co. Pt?, lld.) CIGARETTE CARDS ! THEY'RE BACK AGAMI Complete Sets (or Sale. All Subjects: Animals. Hirds. BimcrBici and Moths, Flowers, Naval and Military Uniforms, Ships. Triiu. Humour, Art, etc. For Particulars and Price List, write to: AUSTRALIAN CIGARETTE CAUI) CO., Box 4, P.O., Bondi Junction, N.SAV. CIGARETTE CARD COLLECTIONS ALSO BOUGHT. Since the discovery of Nlxo derm by an American physician lt is no longer necessary Xor »nyone to suffer from ugly, dls §listing mid disfiguring skin lemishes such ...

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

ir In our diamond salon rou ma; make your clioicc in comfort and jirirncy. ETCH If you're not ready lo iMiy. you're welcome lo come In and moke a preliminary inspection. Mo obligation, of course. BEST VALUE - BECAUSE WE'RE ACTUAL MAKERS When you buy a diamond rlnc from 'Anice nod Walsh yon eel «he fullest value for every pound you spend. ir First, beennse Itrucc and Walsh arc ldc actual makers: second, be- cause their designs arc outstanding (compare them nilli any others you tan lind anywhere). And as a final KafcRitnrd, we'll cheerfully refund j-our money if you're not completely satisfied. Have yo II r ears painlessly pierced with latest imported instrument. BRUCE & WALSH DIAMOND RING MAKERS FOR 50 YEARS. 55« GEORGE STREET. (A fen yardi from Town Hall Station.) The House of Music for 100 years presents, in the compact PALING MINOR a superb student piano specially designed by Palings for the smalt home From the moment you strike the first chord you'll recognise the Minor's...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Give... To a teenage boy: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Give... To a teenage boy: . A writing set. . A zipper brief- case. . A magnifying glass. . A photograph album. . A beach shirt. . A cricket bat. . A tic-clip and cult links. . A propelling pen- cil. . A camera. . Gramophone rec- ords. . Á pigskin purse and wallet. . His first tuxedo.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Give... To a teenage girl: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 15 November 1953

Give... To a teenage girl: . A big leather diary. . A jewel ease. . A travelling iron. . A bracelet. . A square dance skirt. . A nylon petticoat. . A gay beach towel. . A liaibox. . A leather belt. . A pair of red flutlies. . A beuch bag and head-rest. . Her first big hat.

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

BUSY PLAY FOR HOLIDAYS IF your youngsters arc gar- den-minded, encourage it by letting them stake a claim on one of the beds. In the stocking on Christ- mas morning, put one of the attractive gardening booklets for boy and girl gardeners, some plants and gaily printed seed packets, together with perhaps a watering can and a set of the new and safe wooden spades and rakes.

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

REALISTIC "glass" baubles are chocolate torav ped in coloured tinfoil ready to be hung from thc branches of a Christynas tree. Decorations New-Old For The Tree T\ ECORATIONS for a Christmas tree-those delicate affairs of spun glass-have reached a high state of perfection, but there are still many people who prefer to add their own ideas to bought tinsel. Here are one or two notions-most of them old- . fashioned, for at Christmas tradition is often preferable to novelty. First, why not make the old-style gilded ginger- bread? This is an ordinary ginger biscuit mixture, stamped into stars or Noah's Ark animals and gilded with confectioner's gilt, or, if you prefer, with cut-outs of gold foil which you can stick on with a little syrup. Shortbread men can be decorated with a chain-mail of silver cachous and trim- mings of hundreds and thousands and wired to thc tree, too. Endless amusing toys can be made out of nuts, pierced with a hot wire and strung together. Paint them scarlet, like ...

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

au ty at David I, bath-fîme luxuries . . . you'll i Lf D J's Elizabeth Street Store, (o save trouble, to make your asy to select now and lay-by. have gifts of distinction in end fo all your problems, whether you lor dowager or debutante! Cofy gifts Hhs way from .impressive'gift boxes to i cradled in a Cinderella slipper of glass. ( tase, perfume, lipstick in satin-lined box, £5/10/-. ni, Chypre, Paris, Mugtiof in "glass" slipper, 37/6. Beyond all else - perfume from Paris! Perfume by Schiaparelli . . . magic, memorable, to thrill her heart, to compliment her charm I Which perfume? Why not three, in minute replicas of the original containers, in a tiny plastic hat box ... or soap, perfumed with "Shocking." 1. Lilliputian "Zut," "Sleeping" end "Shoclting" in hat box, for 3 gns. 2. Outsize cato of shoclting pinte, perfumed bath soap in box, 10/6. Ideas to cheat the heat! Contouré concentrates on cool, cool offerings . . . talc and cologne in a cosmopolitan, much labelled pack . . . ski...

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

Sedgmai|jl LONDON, WJM Sedgman ^ the next ***vJBm world tennis '""TH Wembley.^ M

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

COMING SHOWS National Rose Society ol N.S.W. Annual Meeting and Quiz Night. Y.W.CA. 189 Liverpool St., Wednesday. Nov. 18 (8 p.m J. Royal Horticultur- al Society of N.S.W. Gladiolus Exhibition and Interstate Dis I plays. Town Hall. Sydney Thursday a7id Friday, Nov. 19 and 20. Hunters Hill Soct !. ely* Gladiolus ShQWri I iqcal lqip\jifllhSatr ¡ -...üv;..J.J .i., A . ' .

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

Radishes Should Romp TD ADISHES become *^ more desirable as part of the salad dishes as the weather gets warmer. It is then that they cac bc grown quickly. Sow a few short rows (if you're fond of them) every couple of weeks, and have the soil fertile, free, and preferably with a residue of old manure in it, not new stuff. Seed can be sown where plants are to grow and just topped with soft soil and sifted manure. Run it along a Jin to i'm deep drill. Then keep wat- ered. It is moisture and warmth; which' bring' rashies. along magically an5 in -well-i drained soil they''can 'hardly! have- too -much- water.-'

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

N.S.W. haunt ^rhiiZW^fl |«|.na. ¿Mica 30/1 í*^ Named 35/. j. .JT'- *«, «Urti paid ind »Uk . 50 (Milker, »nd iSwS " CAtlW..WR,T« OH ÏÏirSfîî" BLUE BALI NURSERY 3JM30P2Î?"" «fr»* ' >M3M|. Tettlubo MUSHROOM SPAWN tor lawns, Pastures, eic Obtainable (rom Seed Stores. For Free instructions send, Stamped Addressed i Envelope to: MUSHROOMS, ia l?9 GEORGE STREE! ORCHID SEMIS ATTENDED to Rose of Heaven. rh« Brilliant rose coloured, 1 free flowctlns uno' bard; lieitillnc Petunia lor Summ« OAKDENS - PLANT NOW. Strong Plants, 5/6 Box 50 10/6 Box 100 Fr«« C.O.D. Suburban Delivery. Couitfm oiid Ih Frrioht, WAHIDS Castle Hill Road, West Pennant Hill!. UA4181 Open To-day anil Enrj Dir. SPRAY A PRESSURE SPRAY Gl ¡pt fumlcam.i. Insecticides, fer ^sers, hormones, llcbi 0l¿. ¡.Mum spraj or cut-rrat, m. venu mulnRei one buns b ? ree lo bandle plants, fir. All brass, cast aluminium hu ulc. Thc spray witta loo usa Md""1' GardeD" aniJ H»T' Quart Capacity, 7t/. rf*< J. E. WEILS PIY. HD .1 Vnrl...

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

SOME SEASONAL REMINDERS TT ERE are some short *. *? notes on seasonal ac- tivities which small grow- ers may find useful. Each is an injunction, brief, but satisfying. Watch for snails on all your newlyplantcds. Put down proven baits of bran (or pollard) mctaldehyde and B.H.C., or use commercial mixtures. Plant more vegetables, lt is easier and better to water them and get fresh stuff ? than, later on, buy ragged and costly items. Keep on spraying your gladiolus plants with a D.D.T. emulsion (not fly spray), until buds show 'jlour, to beat the .ubiquit- ous gladiolus thrips, destroy- er of flowers and foliage. Watch your phlox plant- ings for sign of mildew (perinospora). It shows as a greyish white patch enclos- ing small spots. Get busy with bordeaux mixture as soon as it shows. This year so far bas not been favourable for it. Nip the tips out of phlox seedlings vhcn three inches high and do it again until bushy, spreading plants de- velop. That is the way to cover the ground with...

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

Time For Pruning A ZALEAS have now finished flowering along the coastal arcas and some may need pruning either because of straggly tendencies or because of a need for curtailment Get cn to the cutting job right away, because new growth needs to be under way by November to ensure next season's floral, bounty. Cut well back along run- away shoots where neces- sary, and trim some of the flowering twigs. Jut don't "hedge prune" j the bushes and spoil their natural buoyancy and in- formality. Diosmas, psoralea, ron I deletia and wcigelas all need fairly severe cutting now to preserve symmetry and pro- mote (lowering. Decorative peaches, Geraldton Wax, and purple mint bui! ., escallontas, Maybush, and occasionally (on the highlands) lilacs arc others needing this seasonal cut-back and attention.

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

YOUR GARDEN PROBLEM? ï.rA DAMAGED LEMON jjj.E.S.. - Tjve): Wail |ntil thal scorched tree' (hoots again to see how much cutting will be neces- sary. Lemons are usually ljudded on rough-skinned Seedlings and if you cut jack to base, the new growth may be suckers - of seedling stock. A WAYWARD STRAW- BERRIES (Mrs. B.M.B.. Mtrdgee): Those bushes ¡which go to runners so free- ly at expense of fruit are from poor stock and prob- ably a poor strain, lt's easy lo distinguish fruit stems. Îjr thc buds from inception, .eave them bc. If habit jo'nlinues. dig them up and plant Creswell'.' Improved next April. , JVARATAHS IOU GAR- DEN (A. \V" Cardiff): Any- where along the seaboard to Blue Mountains is their çoilntrv |f ihat good soil is'áfree. friable and well drained, thev should be as Mired. Seed is not reliable of-easy to obtain, as fresh Mufi ii necessary. Sow in «nd and lift as seedlings m tins or pots. Plant out Mr. ^GLADIOLUS DISEASE ¡KJ.M.. Shortland. New- castle): That collar-rot of Sy...

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