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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

^Retreading and Recapping ¡¿DANCE BROS. WILL LOAN YOU A TYRE OR TYRES WHILE YOURS ARE BEING RETREADED OR RECAPPED. NO DELAY. DANCE BROS. PTY. LTD. 58 THE BOULEVARDE, STRATHFIELD PHONE UJ2188 PHONE UJ2I88 DEALERS He keeps your Ford-built vehicle as fine as it was built to be. Only from Ford Dealer ¿o you gef* all fliese service advantages ^ FORD-TRAINED MECHANICS In Ford factory service schools mechanics employed by Ford Dealers have acquired the "know-how" of the very latest servicing^ for all Ford-built vehicles. Cfc FACTORY-APPROVED METHODS TIME-SAVING EQUIPMENT - JUST RIGHT FOR FORDS. GENUINE FORD PARTS See your FORD DEALER PORO MOTOR COMPANY OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Test-tube MUSHROOM SPAWN for Lawns, Pastures, etc. Obtainable from Seed Stores. For Free Instructions send Stamped Addressed Envelope to: MUSHROOM SPAWN LABORATORIES, 199 GEORGE STREE"! fan Gu<"n<}5 Baye money In the garden . . . take cuttings from shrubs and strike willi hormone Cutting Powder 1/8 packet, with directions COMPOST Accelerator! Don't burn garden waste TJSc Trllyon to make com- post In 4 weeks. Available In three strengths -Hardwood: For Camellias, Daphne, etc. Medium: For Gardenias, Roses, Azaleas. Soft: For Carnations. Be- gonias, etc. Each strength 1/6 per packet. Same as used_by nurserymen. With Troce Elements The perfect food. Nitrogen, Phosphates and Potash, plus 22 Trace Elements. Test-tube cultivated bac- teria is the quick, easy modern method of mnkinir compost. Full directions with every tube. Price 3/8 per lube. Makes 1 Ton. P101G0 Combination of 10 plant hormones blended to pro- mote FAST, vigorous grawin in all plants. 1/6 and 5/6. al...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coming Shows [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Coming Shows Camden Park Gar- den. In aid ot Queen's Jubilee Fund. To-day, Sunday, 1.30 to 4.30 p.m. Mr. Anthony Hor dent's gardens, Milton Park, near liowral. open for inspection to- day, at 2 p.m., in aid of Berrima District Hospital. Ituscs from -. Mittagong, 2 p.m., and Bowral, 2.15 p.m. National Rose Soc- iety. Spring Exhibition. David Jones Arl Gal- lery, Elizabeth Street store, Wednesday, Oct. 21, 7.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sun-Herald Women's Section Hame Again! [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Hame Aguiwê! AS two big overseas liners steamed up Sydney Harbour yesterday hundreds of returning travellers lined the railings to catch a first glimpse of home. Soon there were happy reunions, overshadow- ing memories of Coronation Day in London or Spring in Paris. Miss JAN ROBERTS, ioho returned in the Himalaya yesterday with her parents, the Vice-chancellor of Sydney University, Professor S. H. Roberts, and Mrs. Roberts of Point Piper, after seven months abroad, with her sisters, MISSES MEREDITH and LISHA ROBERTS, who met them. MISS PATRICIA BLACKLOCK, of Castlecrag, when she greeted her sister, MISS WENDY BLACKLOCK, aboard the Himalaya, yesterday. Miss Wendy Blacklock, Sydney stage and radio actress, has been stage managing and playing juvenile character parts in England. Below: MISSES DIANA WARNER (Talwood, QJ, ROBIN GUNDRY and PAMELA ALLSOP, who returned in the Orion yesterday after working and sight- seeing in England and the Continent.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

I TRACE ELEMENTS | jj are already in j 1 GRO-PLUS 1 m Gro-PIus is a complete fertiliser containing ls f¡§ thc vital trace clements already mixed in = ¡H their correct proportions. Gro-PIus is thc |§§ §¡ safe and economical way lo apply trace == ¡Ü clements. Yon get the benefit of a com- lg m pletcly balanced fertiliser with ALL THE g f¡¡ ELEMENTS necessary for healthy growth. ¡H I Use GRO-PLUS for:- g I WHATEVER YOU GROW, g I 1 CLARK KING & CO. PTY. LTD., 1 ¡j 2(8 Sujiex Sf reef, Sydney. Phone BX6641 g unique facts about lUOI HU« SOIL CONDITIONER 1 Krilium, acclaimed by soil scientists all over the world, is the soil conditioner you have read so much about. 2 Krilium is the only synthetic resin soil conditioner in Australia. 3Krilium has been fully tested and proved In Australia by Government Authorities and private growers. 4 Krilium acts immediately. r Krilium treated soil remains loose and friable for years. (Since Ihe original American testings in 1948, no soil treated w...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

j Princess Alexandra Causes a Stir, p. 24; jj j Mrs. Dale Carnegie's Advice to Wives, fl ! p. 24; Dior Fashions, p. 25; Chatter, p. 26. ff

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

500 ONLY! All makes 2ft 6in size special al 3ft size at_£7/17/6 _ 4ft 6in size: Wonderful value af £9/18/6 £5/10/ ^FULLY GUARANTEED KITCHEN SET IN CHROME, 7/6 weekly. I ... Lamihex Table lop in all colours, and £<t /ll Ik lour attractive Chairs to match. Ideal Tl 1/ I f / Il for. the modern kitchen. They're ex- ? ? # w celleht quality at a low . price. The ^t^v^e ^ c^ie^c^at^ ^ ^ OmÊmmm^BUMM^BN "ÂCME" Double-decker Bed Complete, 5/6 weekly. j A great space saver for home or I V /Bl / I / / Fi holiday-shack use. Complete with two i fi»L\J/ I &. / V beddings. Here's Ihe bes! value # in I Sydney af a very special low price. b^Bo^BBiHMwaBi Third floor. No phone or mail orders. BUCKINGHAMS, 69 OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUR GARDEN PROBLEM? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

YOUR GARDEN PROBLEM? Numerous inquiries arc being received and il is Jot possible to answer them all in detail. Every effort, however, is made to answer questions of general in- terest. Letters should bc addressed to "Wara- tah," care of "The Sun-Herald." PANSIES (L.O.M., Spring- wood): The "collapse" you mention is probably due to dryness. In your free, fri- able soil, surface cultivation alone will not hold moisture. Forget about "capillary ac- tion" and "water tables." Place your faith in the hose, a mulch and ample humus. DAHLIA DIVISION ("Anxious," Strathfield): If eyes or shoots are showing on those clumps and the tubers are clogged with heavy soil, use the hose first of all. With a good jet, wash the soil away, but do not damage the shoots. Then divide into separate tubers, each with its own eye or new shoot, with a sharp knife. PEACH "LEAF CURL" (W.A., Northbridge): Spray- ing at bud-swell with Bor- deaux is the only way to pre- vent the pinkish and pucker- ing disease. It i...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THIS IS THE REAL DIOR LOOK [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

THIS IS THE REM DIOR LOOK These are the clothes that caused all the fuss. Christian Dior ("dreadful man" or "simply divine" according to outlool was called all the names under || the sun when  I he raised jm R hemlines in his ~8H current Paris collection. But Dior had more than a new hemline to ofier ... Dior designs a ^^^^m "fop-heavy" sfreet-coaf (fop leff] in sapphire blue mohair, with slanting shoulders. Then follow reading clockwise-a skin-tight black dress, with a draped decolletage and * moulded waist; a casual two-piece in soft, pale blue wool; a rose pink dance dress overlaid with black spotted net and black lace; a dress of fine black cloth, cut in one unbroken line from collar to hem, with a black velvet bow on the skirt, and a puff of a coat pf black faille, gathered from shoulder to cuff; ??

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Garden Opened To Help The Y [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

I Garden Opened To Help The Y STREAMS of cars drove up the Pacific High way yesterday afternoon carrying more than 2,000 visitors to thc opening of Mrs. T. A. Field's garden at Warrawee, Women in light summer dresses, some carrying fans and sunshades, inspected the 16 acres of garden which has the constant care of four permanent gardeners. Mrs. Roberto Regala, wife of the Minister for the Philippines, who was piped into the grounds by mem- bers of the Knox Grammar School Pipe Band, declared the garden open. Proceeds from the after- noon will aid the Wah roonga-Turramurra auxili- ary of the Y.W.C.A., of which Lady Butters is the chairman. MRS. ROBERTO RE GALA, wife of the Minister for the Philip- pines, ioho yesterday officially opened Mrs. T. A. Field's garden at Warrawee for in- spection to the pub- lic, with MR. ROW- LAND CORNELL, drum major of the Knox Grammar School Pipe Band which piped Mrs. Regala MISS ROSEMARY MO UN TS TEPHENS watches MISS MARIE MONYPENNY, a foundation member...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHESS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

ICHESS By G. Koshnitsky The City of Sydney chess championship will be played at the Chess Academy, 219 Elizabeth St. Sydney. This tournament is con- ducted in conjunction with the H. V. Crane Memorial Shield, which was donated by the members of the Millions Club. The tournament has always been held at the Millions Club, and special arrangements were made to admit 'players and spec- tators who were not mem- bers of the club. The change to the Chess Academy will suit all parties, with the possible exception of club members, who will be deprived of playing on tournament nights. The Championship be- gins on October 26. En- tries close to-morrow night. PROBLEM No. 243 Black, 4 pieces Whilc, 5 pieces White to play and mate in three moves. Solution fo Problem No. 242 Composition by A. Ellerman 1. Kt - Q6. Threat Kt - Kt 7 mate. If 1. BP x Kt; 2. B . Kl6 mate. If 1. KP x Kt; 2. R i P mate. If 1. Q x Kt; 2. Q - QB1 mate. If I.K x Kt; 2. Q x P mate. I "Sunday Herald" problem solv- ing competi...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERE CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

PERSONALITIES of «ie Week: The "Veep," Richard Nixon, Vice-president of thc United Slates, and Mrs. Nixon, who have bolh made more than 3,000 handshakes in the two days they were in Sydney. And, although Sydncj didn't put out more Hag! for them, crowds ant policemen gathered wher ever they went. Men cali him "a real nice guy": women think that she i> "so sweet." Nixon himscll says, "Since I've person- ally met you all, I can speak to you as friends'' (to thc 1,500 people at- tending tlie civic reception at the Town Hall). And several incidents around their visit: Thc two sons of American Consul - General, Donald Smith, being kept home from school "lo have thc honour of meeting thc Vice-Prcside/it" . . . Thc five-dollar bill presented to thc Nixons at the Tonn Hall "to buy your two kids a present" by Mr. R. H. Tomb, of thc Veterans' Home in California-"It's grand making his acquaint- ance again. Richard and I went campaigning to- gether in California" . . . And thc thrill for Mrs....

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Dimdore's Bargain Bazaar Monday Morning Bombshells 12 x ÜOIn COLOURED HAN" TOWELS. Usual price 7/A 5/11. Our price, each */° 3Uin SANFORISED IIKAll ULOT1I. Grey only. 7/11 To clear at. yard Ll 1 1 18ln WHITE HOLLER TOWEL ha'rga'ln price, yard ' Vo .ISIn FLORAL JERSEY. All colours. 1 /f. Sacrlrtccd al. yard H/u 30ln WAFFLE PIQUE. While, blue and pink. Alii Given away at, yard ?'*/'' 50in CURTAIN NET. Excel- lent (or bedspreads C If, at, yard. .>/" BLIND. HOLLAND. A If, Min, yard . '?/° ÄS-. f/f. MSk- .... 6/6 12ln ENGLISH SLEEPING DOLLS. Ideal for 17/fi Xmas. Each . ?»/« Glin x 5-lln CHINESE HAND- WORKED TABLE CLOTHS, complete with 6 Serviettes. Usual price £ 10/10/-. f 9 /5 /. Our price . . "/J/ n-lln x S4ln TURE LINEN TABLE CLOTHS. i fi /fi Girt price, each . '°/u I.AY-BV ACCEPTED, MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION. DEFINITELY NO C.O.D. 4th FLOOR. CANBERRA HOUSE, 297 ELIZABETH STREET, Cnr. Liverpool. Elizabeth Sis., SYDNEY. Phone MA7Ü2.1. Plastic Leatherette Re-cover your furni...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

the exclusive design correctly supports as it controls The Jenyns Patent Corset not only takes inches off your waist and hips, but correctly supports your body where necessary. The secret of the Jenyns Patent Corset's success in this dual role is ¡ts scientific design, which combines the smooth lines demanded by fashion with the correct anatomical support necessary to ensure good health. 0 . - - _ o o - , The Jenyns Patent Corset over the last ^ <5P" ? fifty years has been recommended W\ %^gre Jl by leading surgeons in the Np" zgtëfr Commonwealth and abroad, lt has ^ -x&^éfâlÉ&f iT the endorsement of the Institute f^^^&^'^^^^^i ^f^zm of Hygiene, London. ^^^««'sfÄ^lss^^ 'f/*' This important advantage is X^^^// - \. exclusive to Jenyns ^ - ^ ^ The Jenyns Patent Lacing fi^^K^^M \%3ST~~J' "" ^r^i?:'': gives the wearer comfort- wt|T»j ^ .'f¿k¡? "~^ßiW£$d able uplifting abdominal sup- nr!=|a^LjB "V*¿ *^^WfM port, and in cases where I J fPoA-I \ -_£t*Jm s...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle Junior Matrons' Ball [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Newcastle Junior Matrons9 Batt HOSTESSES at the ball, MESDAMES BERNARD JAMES, ERIC HENDERSON arid KEN WIL- LIAMS greet MISSES PAT WANSEY and ISABELL PERRETT. MRS, GEOFFREY MOSES (Bellevue Hill) tvith MR. PAUL BEADLE cmd MRS. JOHN HALL at the buffet dinner before the ball. Mrs. Moses chose a strapless dress of black velvet and lace. Above, left: MRS. W. GUNTHER (Neiccastle) and MRS. W. BOURKE (Merewether) light candles on the dinner table at the ball. MISS PAT ADAMS, DR. BILL GIBSON (Royal Newcastle Hospital) and MR and MRS. p£J STANLEY were among guests who attended the ball in the City Hall on Friday. A pastel orm anglais dress with halter neck was zoom by Miss Adams, while Mrs, Staiiley ch°sf*E" taffeta dress with a floral cluster at the waist to match the velvet bodice trimming MRS. L. O. RUTHERFORD and MRS. F. P. BOUNDY and MR. and MRS. JOHN COTTER (Sydney) at a cocktail party before the ball. Both Mesdames Rutherford and Boundy chose embroidered satin dresses. DR. and MRS. PETE...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

WS MOST STAXTUtíG FLAT ENAMEL SCI£NG iMÍ YET WOIYSO. JENSON & NICHOLSON'S SUEDE WALL WOT WATER PAINT NOT AN EMULSION PAINT NOT EVEN OIL PAINT BUT A HIGHLY SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT SIMPLIFIED FOR FINE DECORATION ROBBIALAC SUEDE WALL FINISH For Effortless Application on cured cement tendering and concrete, stone, brick, cured or weathered fibro sheeting, fibrous plaster, Masonite, Caneite, hard' boards, sofiboards and wood. Over old paintwork, kalsomine, ^ water paints, emulsion paints and cement paints, the surtace ot which ls in good condition. Moy. also be applied over wallpaper which it firmly adherent. ROBBIALAC WALL FINISH IMPARTS A DELIGHTFUL SUEDE EFFECT TOTALLY UN URE ANY SIMILAR TREATMENT . Ready tor us* , . . requires no thinning. . No bothersome mixing. . Stability In the can ... a thorough stir and you're on the job. . The Whites ore positively non-yellowing. . Wo clogging ot bristles at with resin emulsion paints, taring time and brushes. . Slips on under the brush...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

For Picture Windows in your Home Foi largo homes or small, new homes or D@f|[]zjß^^§J old. Plate glass panels on precision BDl(j,W^^^^| engineered ball bearing races to give H|_jj-J f^Stf^H tho last word in Window Perfection. Suit- ^M^^MBMS able for brick or timber construction. Spjip^^jWBnaHffl Unobstructed, clearer vision at Illpj^S ^^=T7|f|]]|j 'ower 5os' P'us plot8 glass iln ® Pl lilli Completely rustproof and wea fil'l'n Ä_ - ! Ill I thorproof, easily accessible for ll jjlil! fWn tjifll cleaning. ¡"lilli 'It^isSS^M ll Panels installed or dismantled in î'I HlS^ÏÏJ I II seconds, secure locking. ¡Si I lUSSyifl If jil Fits window openings up to 12 |H^^%'^P( feet wide -6 feet high. mtàmkï.' ' - ~? I Send for Catalogue and prices BALL BEARING DOOR TRACKS A completely new "Cowdroy" sys-' I r-n^^c tem, an engineered overhead rust- X a^^^^j proof sliding door track on Ball '. WfeaJßf^ß Bearings. Incorporates all the latest '^^Ur? J|^3^ improvements to give a noiseless, .. v31 JgÊgyS eff...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sunday Cookery Section. Mrs.Lancaster Suggests: RECIPES FOR THE WEEK What's Quick And Easy? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Sit it du fi Cooker fl Section. Itoj^stcr Suggests: RECIPES FOR THE WEER j[ What's Irnich A n ti Easy ? WHEN they're home for hinch and have so little time to eat, yon want something that's quick and easy to prepare well ahead to save last minute rush. Try these recipes, they'll please you and your family, too. golden Honer Cornets 3 oz butter. 3 oz enstor sugar. 3 oz honey. 3 oz plain flour. 1 (spn. lemon juice. 1 tspn. brandy (opt.), butler together (do not lemon juice, brandy. Mix Method: Melt honey, overheat). Add sugar, flour well. Put well apart in tea- spoonfuls on greased oven tray. Bake in mod. oven un- til golden brown. Lift' oiit of oven, allow io cool a i little, form into cones. Pul j on cake cooler with sharp j point in mesh. When quite j cold store in airtight tin un i li) needed. Fill with whip ! ped cream or ice cream. KEEP this creamy noodle casserole hot in the oven and let each member of the family "come and get it" when ready. (Recipe below). Left: FRUIT CREAMS ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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It's Different! Chicken And Dumplings [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

IC s Different! Chicken And Dumplings A BOILING chic IV. ken served with dumplings and a sav- oury vegetable sauce is tasty fare for a special dinner party. 1 boiling fowl. 1 onion. 2 medium-size car- rots. 3 stalks celery. 2 or 3 cloves, sprigs parsley. 1 bay leaf. 1 (spn. salt. 2 CUDS water. '?Ï tbtspns. flour. For dumplings: 1 curt self-raising flour. : ? 1 thlcpn. melted margarine. I tspn. salt. t cup milk. Method: Cut fowl ¡?ito serving pieces. lace in pressure '.<v>t<er, add vegftnblcs. ?.'ter. Cover with IH. i-riiip!>><! to boil, cook ..< ifllb prp^nrc 45 mi-is. facenrd'iig to age nf fowl). Pefbicc pres- are gradually. Tn dumplings: S'ff '"«allier flour, salt. r'ir in mi'k. shorfen .?"c. P:n dessertspoon ¡n i-(|!iiiTfr wafer or .'""k. limn into dnmp ni'xfure. Drop .'""'"lings on top <>r p'"-'(cn, replace I'd ; "i'Mont pressure intli ""'ir, cook 7 mins., ' «ff rhiflien on to "rv:rr> dU'h. arranm ''?"»"'inr»....

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Home Designed For Indoor-Outdoor Living [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

THE EXTERIOR of Mr. and Mrs. Eisner's home at Warraioee, shoioiîig the projecting windoo) eaves that continue to make a covered xoay to the garage. A Home Designed For Indoor-Outdoor Living A FLEXIBLE plan that incorporates living and dining activities into one large area, with easy access from both rooms onto a covered outdoor terrace has been used by architect H. Stossel for the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Eisner at Warrawee. BUILT in the style of Continental modern architecture, the house sits in large grounds, with a drive running from the road beside a green lawn to the garages, connected to the house with a cov- ered way that is really an extension of the deep window eaves. At the other side, steps lead down from the flagged patio, shaded by a cantilev- ered roof, onto another lawn, and below that to the swim ming pool. Beside this the drive continues out into a. side street, giving two acces- ses to the house. Contrasting with the white-painted, cement rend- ered exterior walls i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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