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A-tissu[?] of cure[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

JACK DAVEY Punctual!}' in (li first week ol' Octobe my summer cold ai rived. The worst thing ata a cold is the extraordii ary number ot cu« there are for it. Person! friends alone have offers me, up to date, no te« than 334. I've jotted them all dot and I'm going lo try ita systematically, k struggled with a few tj thenv. already, and the it suits have amazed me. How can doctors statt that there is nc !..--...- - for a cold, when ?:'??;?) ¡;, son you me'.-; ..tn ¡V '¡-.j. complet cl Don't wast-.: ¡,;..-.-.y >.i¡te tors, try a nv t>t' >¡v« .XKS that I hi v; Ú, li:! -..;r|¡!¡ astounding. One exc-ilti.; -, ,.. ;: get a hand!\>; ,.t ^¡.;'ci tc it in an o'.' .? \ ;<wi n; ii tinder tl -vi. v,->s it disappea ----'io ii appears. I Another beaut is to sill j a bath up to your hips i I water as hoi you can staid with your cars blocked ii with mashed pumpkin. ï pumpkin is not availablt swede turnips will do. to ! they arc harder lo use bi cause they arc lumpier. . Lem...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

*More Australian Women Buy Modess IT'S SOFTER SAFER . . . ECONOMICAL *Surveys show that more A ustralian women buy Modess than all other sani- tary napkins. Soft äs a cloud yet so reassur- ingly safe! The secret of every Modess Napkin is the full length Safety Shield designed to give you perfect peace of mind. WIM-CUPS. ¡Vlodess Belt for Perfect Comfort You'll Und the Modess Belt wherever you buy Modess Napkins. Fash- ioned for comfort . designed for ~ sccutity.Y-mm tm% The Sun-Herald" Pattern Service AN INDISPENSABLE TEAM WONDER WRAP-ON RR? fl Truly a magician in OOLv yOUr alt - season wardrobe-this neat wrap on that is so smart and cool when the weather is warm, and doubles as a pinafore during, the colder months. Make it in washable cotton or, if you plan to keep it as a pinafore only, it will look wonderful in organdie or voile. The pattern is designed for sizes 32, 34, 36 and 38-inch bust measurements, size 34 requires 2ivyards of 36-inch material. PATTERNS, 2/ euch, can he ob-...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Two Ways To Beach Chic [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Twa Ways Ta Beach Chic CHIC on thc beach is not only a matter of thc latest swimsuit-it is also a matter of mad hats and bright accessories, towels and carry-all hand- bags that arc as gay as the day itself. And like the daughter who was advised to hang her clothes on the hickory limb, many daughters go to the beach-but not to swim. For these the streamlined tapered pirate pants (left) in a comfortable and eye- catching ensemble in red, white and blue cotton. Worn with the pants is a round necked, sleeveless top in red cotton. And on. top of it all a straw sun-protector which would have done as well down on the farm. (Below): SPOTS combine in black and white petals to make a beach suit designed for sun-baking which also goes into the surf. The hal- ter neckline is a mere string, which can be detached so as not to leave disfiguring white lines on tanned skin.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SERVING TEA TO MORE THAN 40,000 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

SERVING TEA TO MORE THAN 40,000 RED CROSS cater- ing volunteers ex- pect to provide 40,000 or more cups of tea, plus thousands of pies, hot-dogs and., fruit drinks, at thc Ampol golf tournament next week. A few days later they will go into action again, catering for Tra- falgar Day (October 21). They will work on Garden Island in con- junction with thc War Widows' Guild, and will set up a marquee to serve at least an- other 15,000 people.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

^avid Jones' for service Other "Fancy Free" girdles... High-mint pull-on girdle, bias-cut satin stretch ponéis. Pink, while or navy. 23-28" waist. 99/6. L'Shiu-eight pull-on step-in of pink,'white or na\ry fine nylon. Small, medium or large sizes. At 47/6. Featherweight nylon päntee. with 2" wide elastic waistband. Small, medium or large. Price; 54/6. TnillD FLOOR, DAVID JONES* ELIZABETH ST. STORE at David Jones brand new, high waisted "Fancy Free" THE girdle for the medium figure . . . gives ôma2Îng flexibility and comfort with perfect control and waist emphasis! Black, pink, white. 26" to 32". Let Dj's experts fit you. 7 gns.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARE TENNIS STARS NEGLECTED? [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

ARE TENNIS STARS NEGLECTED? "\Ä/HY 5snl nlorc V V done lo encou- rage Australian women tennis players?" asked Mrs. Thelma Long, who represented Aus- tralia at Wimbledon last year, when she re- turned home by Pan American yesterday after 20 months of tennis in England, Italy, Germany and thc U.S.A. Women players in America, she said, were given exactly the same chances as men. The best encourage- ment of all for Aus- tralians would bc a promise of overseas tennis-something that young American girl players knew they could look forward to once they were good enough. Mrs. Long is stay- ing with her mother, Mrs. T. J. Coyne, nt Maroubra. Earlier this year she won Ameri- ca's national indoor singles and doubles championships - her first matches on wood courts.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

626 "FANCY FREE" IN HIGH FASHION So very feminine, so smoothly persuasive in the highest line of fashion. Cunningly designed by Berlei in that wonderful nylon-elastic net with a bias cut satin stretch cloth front panel. Fashion-wise colours are white, black and dream pink. Sizes, 22"-28". Price, 99/6. ?^j. - ymiCß jflee b y Berlei Fabulous featherweights-these tiny but terrific nylon elastic girdles. They fit like a second skin, feel as comfortable as your own and really do smooth things to your hips. ¡Superbly made in the Berlei manner, "Fancy Free" has a 2" waistband to give you an excitingly slender waist and a captivating nylon lace trim to add the final fresh, crisp touch. Small, Medium and Large to fit 21" to 28" waists. In white and dream pink. By the way,;'the cute nylon pantie has detachable suspenders and an additional hygienic protector for easy'laundering. "Flatterback": Bras in satin or broderie anglaise are perfect maïch-mates to "Fancy Free." In A, B and C cup fitting...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Ever been fitted for a Berlei ? IF the answer is "no," we invite you to visit Way's Corset Salon 1his week and meet Miss Dorothy Dash, expert Berlei Corsetiere. Miss Dash is here specifically to fit you with the Berlei girdle that'i right for your figure, and ad- vise you on any figure pro- blems you may have. For those oj yon who already know Herlei comfort. Way's Berlei trained cortetiercs aro always in attendance. Phone BL2G2Ü for an appointment. "YOUTHLYNE" STEP-IN 7289. In smooth, supple satin - so strong yet so light. "Youthlyne" gives you control where you need it most. Size 26 to 32 inch v/aist. Nude only. Price £5/15/6. Way's. "HOLLYWOOD-MAXWELL" BRA H155. In batiste with lace whirlpool stitched cups. A waist depth bra this, giving you a continuous smooth line. Size 32 to 38 inch bust. Nude only. Price 34/6. Way's. Corset Salon, 2nd Floor Lay-bys and Cash Orders accepted.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

DOUBLE HUNG WINDOW SASHES Just Glide Away on UNIQUE" SASH BALANCE, MORE GLASS MORE AIR MORE LIGHT MORE SUN and PERFECT SASH GLIDE AWAY ON rr ?ff ' SPIRAL SASH BALANCES STOCKED BY JOINERY AND WINDOW MFRS. ALSO HARDWARE MERCHANTS UNIQUE SASH BALANCE PTY. LTD. 83-85 ßucklund Street, Chippendale, N.S.W. Phones: MA9247-9248 (4 lines) NEW - THE WORLD'S FIRST "TWO-EYED" RADIO The Krlesler "Duplex" ls revolutionary! Turn it .round . . . You'll sec nnotlier tuning dial . . . hear another throat reproducing glorious tone. Duplex has no back . . . TWO FRONTS! Visually and audibly lt's two complete radios. What a wonderful Christmas companion . . and what wonderful value tool £5/19/0 DEPOSIT IO/ WEEKLY OR THE "MIGHTY MANTEL" POCKET MONEY BUYS! Here's Australia's greatest mantel value . . . the Kricsler "People's Radio." Powerful -I-valve in smart new cabinet. So easy to buy »n our famous easy terms AND MICROGROOVE MAGIC FROM 3-IN-ONE RADIOGRAM You can make "merry music" at Christmas with your o...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

The happiest people in Hie world eat well, digest what they eat, absorb what they need, and regularly eliminate the rest. That's the health secret shared by the millions who take Beechams Pills . . . the gentle, effective, reliable laxative which keeps you regular without upsetting any part of your digestive system. MUCH MORE ENERGETIC "Thii last year or two since turning 40 I put on quite a lot of weight ... I was beginning to give up hope when a friend adviied me to try Beecham's Pills as she had done ... I now feel like I used to and very much more energetic." (Mrs. M. M.) OFF COLOUR, LISTLESS "About seven weeks ago I felt listless and off-colour so I bought a box of Beecham's Pills and by the third day I was back to normal ... I will certainly never be without Beecham's Pills." (Mrs. W. D. W.) DO WELL! LIVE WELL! ENJOY LIFE ! Begin to enjoy life-"-from now onl Take Beecham's Pills at bedtime, tonight! Remember, Beecham's Pills relieve constipation without upsetting any part of y...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Homeward Bound [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Homeward Bound A miniature VIP re- turns to Iiis home at 10 Downing Street London, after tak- ing his constitutional. He is Rufus, the British Prime Min- ister, Sir Winston Churchill's poodle.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRAINS TO BE RESTORED [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

TRAINS TO BE RESTORED The Commissioner for Railways, Mr. R. Winsor, said yesterday that from next Saturday the following Saturday train services would be restored: 6.35 p.m., Sydney to New- castle, 6.50 p.m. Sydney to Gosford, 9.7 p.m. Newcastle to Toronto, and 10.25 p.m. Toronto to Newcastle.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mountain Beast Reported [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

A group of Army officers and men who began a cross-country . march from Ingleburn to Katoomba last night, have been alerted to watch for a strange animal. Army officers organising the march have been told the animal might be a lion which escaped from a circus at one time or a huge dingo. lt has been reported prowling af night through bushlanc' in the Blue Moun- tains between the township of Warragamba Dam and Katoomba. The troops have been is- sued with arms and ammuni- tion in case they encounter the animal. Shaggy Hair Woodcutters working near Mount Harris, about 15 miles from Katoomba, told the officers that the beast was covered with long, shaggy hair. They called it the "Ers- kine Gap monster." Capt. R. Thompson said yesterday thal, officers in- vestigating the reports had found large pawprints on rough bush tracks in the Mount Harris-Erskine Gap region. "They could well. have been those of an .animal the size of a largé lion." he said. The men in the march are from the Fourth ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BABOONS KILL TWO FOXHOUNDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

BABOONS KILL TWO FOXHOUNDS JOHANNESBURG, Sat- urday.- Foxhounds, while chasing a jackal in the Mont Pelaan district were attacked by a pack of bab- oons, which killed two of the hounds.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Miners Gen. Secretary Gravely III [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Miners Gen. Secretary Gravely 111 The general secretary of the Miners' Federation. Mr. G. W. S. Grant, was admitted to Sydney Hos- pital yesterday after he had collapsed in his room at the Port Jackson Hotel, George Street, city. At 8 p.m. last night doc- tors at Sydney Hospital said Mr. Grant had not re- covered consciousness and was in a serious condition

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

NG THEIR ^ OCTOBER ROGRESS CARNIVAL AFTERNOON TEA A plate of assorted Sandwiches and a pot oj Tea, served in our Auditorium Tea Lounge. 2nd Floor, Women's Store ..... I pecial Offer of Chinese Hand Made Napery an ar NEARLY HALF! >J pct*. Minti tl Egiibraitltig'titl Supper Sets l - - - -- - . 10/ Very neatly Hand Worked in dainty X stitch design. The com- plete set comprises 32 x 32 cloth with 4 matching serviettes. Early Phone or Mail Orders. 3 pct», itatttl Etttbr. atttl Cut CMMEVAJL SETS The craftsmanship exhibited in these I beautiful little sets will amaze you. I A bargain at this price! L_ _I Min/titers A Trayntobile Covers 16 x 33 16 x 42 16 x 50 5'- 7'o IO' Beautifully Hand-cut and Embroidered with Point Lace inset and edging. Be early for these as we only have a limited quantity of this assortment. id" Rou a ti Ci u a tß Lace Centres1 2'll Every thread is beautifully worked by hand, making attractive little centres. Be early as quantities .limitée!'. 9 pee. Etttbr. Banque...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Exira Large Curlers are ths Secret. ^^^^^ ^ %J \ Thc hair cannot frizz with . these larne Curlers. Creme . Lotion, plus Thorbiirn's , J skill bring you . QlffcuJ natural curls . on waves. . ÉT-I8-1 Georse St.. Sjrunej . ll MA295» . I Fashions ËThe Finest Cottons in the, World ABOUT 6 fo 10 GNS.

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

MARSHALLS MOTORS Pty. Ltd. PARRAMATTA Established 1935. VANGUARD SPACEMASTER CARS, UTILITIES, PANEL VANS SALES - SERVICE _ SPARE PARTS For thc Best Trade-in and After Sales Service Buy From The Major Metropolitan Dealer MARSHALLS MOTORS Pty. Ltd. PARRAMATTA Listed below are some of our Selected Vehicles from our LARGE USED CAR DEPT. CARS '52 VANGUARD Sed. Radio. '52 FORD Zephyr. Radio. '52 MORRIS 2-door Sedan. '49 OLDSMOBILE. Radio. '50 MORRIS Oxford Sedan. '49 FORD Customs. Radio. '49 FORD Prefect Sedan. "47 STANDARD 8 Tourer. UTILITIES '53 VANGUARD 12cwi. *52 MAYFLOWER 6cwt. '51 CHEVROLET 10-12cwl. '46 DODGE 15cwl. '52 AUSTIN A/40 Cabriolet. '51 AUSTIN A/40. Imported. '50 LANDROVER. '50 WILLYS 15cwl. The above Vehicles are in excellent condition and can be thoroughly recommended. MARSHALLS MOTORS Pty. Ltd. UU1597. PARRAMATTA. UU2305 Open 8.15 ¡i.ni. to 6 p.m. Monday to Saturday. KING & ROBINSON 56-60 ENMORE ROAD, NEWTOWN - LAI660. 108-110 PARRAMATTA ROAD, STANMORE - LA3974...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

GERBERAS N.S.W, leading prize strain. Ideal for Inland. Mixed 30/- doz. Named 35/- do*. Special 50/ doi. Doublet 57/6 for 6. All [reicht paid and with speelal fertiliser and detailed Instruction leaflet. WESTRALIA CLIMBING BEAN BUST FREE Govt. Certified seed, nuce poda, stoneless. 2/G pkt. (40ft). Ublc. pkt. 4/6. 'Alb 7/-. 11/6 lb. All freight free. CALL, WRITE OR PHONE BLUE BALL NURSERY, 384 Pacific Highway, Lindfield. 1M3020 JM3020 SPECIAL ATTENTION COUNTRY ORDERS RARE HARDY PLANTS Oj Great Quality. CLARY, Copper Red Top New, Astounding Cut Flower, Loads of Bronte Sprays, 3 10/ FAVOURITE DAISIES Lanie Stem* for Cutting. Bishop Daisy, 4ft, Orange . . 4/ ?Uue Shell Daisy, 2ft. Gem . 3/ Pelareonlum Daisy, Tinted . 4/ Whlrlwlnd Daisy, 4ft. Lemon, 5/ Burgmndy Daisy, 3ft lied . . 4/ Vlolet Lace Daisy, Choice . . 4/ ALL ABOVE 0 for £1. (5 Prize Geraniums, Fine, 0, £ 1 Glorious Double Fuchsias, C, £ 1 Azalea rclareonlum, Ex. 5/- ea. Scots Prize Pcntstemon, G, 97 Vlolet Carnation, rare, 3,...

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 — 11 October 1953

YOUR GARDEN PROBLEM? A "MOSS WEED" (S.V. Wollstonecraft): That little weed which hugs moisi places and is "surprising^ like Moss Lawn" is a ful brother. Both are Saginas The pesty thing which is al- most as difficult to clear oui as Onion weed (if you've shade and places for it tc hide) is Sagina apétala, the infamous Pearlwort of Eng- land and Europe. Hunt il down to its last lair and don't allow it to seed. Put a bit alongside your Moss Lawn and see the affinity. SALT FOR ROCK MELONS (A.A.R., Rose- ville): It's not necessary at all and tests conducted on alternate rows (salted and unsalted) showed no differ- ence in growth, size or flav- our. The strange fact is that Rock-melons are "tolerant" of salt. Not many things really are. Most abhor it. So the legend of salt need for them grew as it did for Asparagus. Now we never think of the succulent spears needing a saline soil. CATS (M.J.K., New- castle): That chemical deter- rent, if such it can be term- ed, is a powder called cat- n...

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