Territory Stories

The Tennant Times

Details:

Title

The Tennant Times

Collection

The Tennant times; NewspaperNT

Date

1976-09-03

Location

Tennant Creek

Notes

Not published Dec. 26 1975, Jan. 2 1976, Dec. 24 1976, Dec. 31 1976, Dec. 30 1977, Jan. 6 1978.

Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Tennant Creek; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers

Publisher name

the Apex Club of Tennant Creek

Place of publication

Tennant Creek

Now known as

The Tennant and district times

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

the Apex Club of Tennant Creek

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/285568

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/406612

Page content

4 [ClBIEISTIJMJM'lIJ Modulor Units with Exclualvo Doalgn Pnnollno Doora. Acknowlodgod tho moot Hoxlblo modulor 1y1tom, Choatmntoa roolly put op0co lo work with vlrtuolly unllmllod 1torogo and plonnlng potoollnl. Uolnnood doolgn with Englnoorod ~~c::;~~~.1~ ~:;~.:~: ~~ ~:~n~h~!n'lf1"~~~?t~~~i mntftl Him cornar11 to contribute a bulltln utfaot and 11aa up apnce ta tho boat advnntngo, Frftft atnndlng unit with provision for cut out over skirting, BPaa unl11 46 cm 118"1 doop, 75 cm 1291"1 high. Sholl unit 23 cm 19"1 doop, 109 cm (421"1 high, Totol hulght 183 cm 172"1 Extonalvo Colour Rongo. Pnnollnu Donra Roglatured Doalgn No, 08003. Whnn arilnrlng n Cholltmnte 1nyout &11llQ unh~ roqu!rod ffom loft to right .. lll tXA.Ml'U nl 9 1 Woodgrain Colours In Teak - Maple - Scrubbed Yellow - Mediterranean Red - Limed Green - Wa1hed Blue ON DISPLAY AT THE C.W.A. HALL THROUGH .... KINGS FURNISHERS Stuart Highway Alice Springs (P.O. Box 82) Phone 522276, 522888 'Ask John King about this Mighty Modular Furniture range' JAGGARDS AllD KlllGS Sh0 St OR ~UR01ShRS {Todd SI"'" Sp;mg;) ~ GOMIUNE ./ {H'"'"' Plaoe Alioe Sp;iog;) ~ TO OFFER TENNANT CREEK RESIDENTS A (JV COMPREHENSIVE RANGE OF ~ ' * FASHION FOOTWEAR * FURNTURE * SCHOOL SHOES * FLOOR COVERINGS * SUMMER SANDALS * CURTAINS I I I I I ~ * MANCHESTER . I * AND BLINDS* ~I * DISCOUNT SHOES AND ACCESSORIES KINGS AND JAGGARDS Jf/ILL BE SHOWING ~ THEIR ltfERCHANDISE AT THE C. JF.A. HALL ~ IN PATERSON STREET TENNANT CREEK ~ MONDAY SEPT.6th TO WEDNESDAY SEPT.8th INCLUSIVE. ~ =------~!111111..------lm!lll-----------a::. .. 1 PROM GORDON BLUE'S COLUMN ABOUT THE EGG,, , The egg as e food is taken sadly for granted, dismissed as an easy breakfast dish and en often expendable ingredient in more elaborate recipes, Yet eggs are most complete and versatile foods in t~hemeelves and of great dietary value, being rich' in well-balanced protein and mineral elements, in Fate, carbohydrates, and vitamins, They are easy to keep, and, in relation to their high food value, extremely economical, There are so many ~ varietys of exciting and healthful meals that can ~ ::~~~:;:;::h,::::,::. b~"' ., -~ ; hot or cold, savoury or \, , ., ~~ sweet, is much easier to ~ make than is generally ..,+; ~ suppos~d, A~l you. need is th.,,., , ... _, .. ,,;. : ' 1 ~ a straight-sided dish and, " \.~:;~.-"-5. 1 , 1 ~ for a hot souffle, enough , J;,, ''.!. 'J./ j ~ self-discipline not to open '""''1(, ... .-4'~,-~,.~~-' ~~ the oven while the scuffle is cooking, Prepare a dish (of the size given in STATION BIRTHDAY PARTY the recipe) by placing a collar of double-thickness aluminium foil or greaseproof paper around the outside, so that it stands 2 or 3 inches above the dish, Secure with string, Brush the inside of the dish and the foil collar with melted butter, Following is just one of the many kinds of souffles you can make. CHEDDAR DiEESE SOUffLE 802, grated Cheddar cheese salt Above is a photograph of Julie Harris and Frank l1ishop at a birthday party held in conjunction with the reception for the "Rock Viedding"(p,3) The party was for Julie, daughter of Reg Harris, at the LlcClaren Creek homestead. She is now I6, 2oz, butter - t cup plain flour - l tsp, a dash of cayenne pepper - l~ cups milk separated, - 6 eggs 11-R-U_B_Bl-SH_B_IN_S ________ _ nelp Keep Tennant Deaut f or Main Street ifu1 by not littering Prepare a 4-pint souffle dish, according to the method given above. Llelt butter, blend in flour and seasonings, then gradually add milk and cook, stirring constantly until thickened, Remove from heat and add grated cheese, Stir over gentle heat until the cheese has melted. Add egg-yolks, one at a time, beating well after each addition; cool slightly, Ceat egg-whites until stiff, then fold into cheese mixture, Pour into the prepared souffle dish, Dake in a moderate oven for 40 to 45 minutes, Serve immediately. Serves 4-6, Remember hot souffles must be eaten at once and served with e warm spoon, G on Appeti t, GORDON BLUE I I LAUBMAN AND PANK PTY. LTD. Em OPTOMETRISTS MR. H.W. ROSENBfRG WILL VISIT AS BELOW TENNANT CREEK Tennant Creek Hotel: Saturday 11th September Sunday 12th September APPTS: TENNANT CREEK HOTEL ALICE SPRINGS PHONE 4 77 Murray Neck' Monday 13th September Tuesday 14th September Wednesday 15th September Thursday 16th September Friday 17th September APPTS: MURRAY NECK TODD STREET PHONE 522487 our main street, especiIt looks like at long ally on weekends when last the main street wil there is no street cleanbe completed, with the ing service, Dur canine edition of new rubbish friends will no longer bins and stands, be able to have fun in We beleive that a contract has been let for ID bins and stands to be completed this month, Here's hoping that the people will use them as they should and knocking over those ugly 44 gallon drums which the business people were forced to put out j_n front of their shops as a temporary measure whic lasted eight months. KARL HERZOG(JNR) ~'Photographer~ 1 FOR <Jit Wnnanb CZTmes Any photographs which appear in the TENNANT TIMES can be ordered at the Tennant Times Office. for any