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New Policy For Aborigines Urged [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949
New Policy For Aborigines Urged A meeting of the New South Wales Council of the Teachers' Federation yester- day decided to press for a new policy on the education &nbsp; and treatment of aborigines and half-castes. The council decided to protest &nbsp; against the transfer of aboriginal children from Mulgoa to Adelaide and Alice Springs. The meeting adopted a resolu-" tion recommending: . That the State and Federal Governments take steps to absorb into normal schools children of mixed blood. . That special measures be taken to protect and assist the &nbsp; development of the natives living in their natural state, or on Government reserves. . That the education com- mittee of the federation should examine the question of the education of aborigines and &nbsp; people of mixed blood. Mr. D. A. Taylor (deputy &nbsp; president): "The segregation of the aboriginal population is in- tensifying and perpetuating any measure of- degeneracy among them. ...
SCHOOLS IN SHOCKING STATE Inspection Shows Filth And Overcrowding [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949
SCHOOLS IN SHOCKING STATE Inspection Shows Filth And Overcrowding A "Sunday Herald" reporter last week went to schools in the Fairfield and Cabramatta area, because of complaints about conditions there. He found inadequate sanitation, dilapidated buildings, severe overcrowding. This article and the pictures on page 5 tell what he saw. SANITATION at some metropolitan schools is &nbsp; a disgrace to any modern community. On Friday I visited seven &nbsp; schools in the Fairfleld-Cab ramatta area. In no school were condi- tions ideal. In some they were almost indescribable. One of the most inad- equately equipped was the Old Guildford School. Members of the Old Guildford Parents and Citizens' Association have given an ultimatum to the Education Department. The parents say they will take their children from the school unless the department starts work on a cleaning-up campaign within 14 days. At the school, I saw queues of children, aged from four years to 12, standing in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949
FOR SERVICE IS, Pure cashmere In the Exposition of British Fashions Braemar, another famous contributor to the Exposition of British Fashions, weaves wonderful &nbsp; cashmere into silky soft twin sets aglow with the colours Scotland has made her own . . . cherry, aqua, pink, blue, hyacinth, rust, lilac, green, royal, brown. Sizes range from 34 to #42 with sweaters from £4/5/-, Cardigans from 6 gns. Mail Orders. ON THE NEW 6TH FLOOR, ELIZABETH ST. STORE H.M.V. Portable Gramophones Just received from'England, a shipment of IOI.V. Portable Graraaphones in black leather- ette cases at a low £13. These have been scarce, so be early. 3rd FLOOR, GEORGE ST.-STORE George Raffan Exhibition Opening Thursday/ 17th Feb- ruary, in our Art Gallery, 6th Floor, Elizabeth St. Store, an Exhibition of Oils and Water colours by George Raffan. :V '?Toni -the amazing Home Permanent Wave. Kit at David Jones9 ih*> nmv styles in in the Exposition of British Fashions Rodex, distinguished contribut...
SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS Cardinal Became a Symbol From OUR LONDON and NEW YORK OFFICES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949
SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS Cardinal Became a Symbol From OUR LONDON and NEW YORK OFFICES WITH the savage sen- tence of the Hungarian People's Court against Cardinal Mindszenty, the Communist inquisition in Eastern Europe was speed- ing up. Communist leaders knew that the Church, with the people be- hind it, might yet defeat them. Perhaps what they did not know when they went into action against it was how the Mindszenty tragedy would stiffen world feel ing against them. Official protests from the civili- sed world, attacks spear-headed by the Roman Catholic Church, told only half the story. The other half was what the ordinary man was thinking and saying. *** &nbsp; &nbsp; To a public long familiar with some of the evidence about Communist rule behind the Iron Curtain, Cardinal Mindszenty was a final and personal example. The single individual facing his Communist judges in Budapest was a powerful symbol. The somewhat diffused picture of Communist "justice" that migh...
Edwin Carr Runs His Finest Race In State Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949
Edwin Carr Runs His Finest Race In State Title By Jim Carlton Edwin Carr ran the greatest race of his career yesterday to win the N.S.W. 440-yards championship in 48 seconds,. I regard this race as better than Carr's win over Herb McKenley in the Australian championships. Apparently nothing can stop this calm and courageous youth. Bad Conditions Yesterday, sick from food poisoning, running in the outside lane of a dead track, he still equalled his time in the Austra- lian championships. In effect, he ran iinpaced to record 48 seconds for the quar- ter-mile. This must be one of the greatest quarter-miles ever run in Australia. Just how good is Carr? This question is uppermost in the minds of all who saw him' run yesterday. &nbsp; To Meet Curotta 1 want to see the meeting be- tween Carr and Curotta when they clash next season. That will be the quarter-mile of the century. Professor Cotton expected Carr to break Curotta's record yesterday. . Fit and well, he would have bettered...
VICTIM OF SPIDER BITE UNCONSCIOUS IN STREET [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949
VICTIM OF SPIDER BITE UNCONSCIOUS IN STREET A man bitten by a spider, be- lieved to be a funnel-web, col- lapsed in a Kirribilli street last night and was rushed to hospital. He is Clarrie Flower, 40, and &nbsp; lives in a ground-floor room ad- joining a large old garden in Fitzroy Street, Milson's Point. He was in the room before 9 p.m. when the spider bit him on the right arm. Making light of the bite and refusing to take a taxi, he started to walk to the surgery of Dr. Hil ton, in Carabella Street,- Kirri- billi. &nbsp; Near the surgery he collapsed unconscious in the street, and was carried into the surgery and treated. Central District Ambulance took him to Mater Misericordiae Hospital, and doctors at once gave him injections. A 14 years old boy, Warren &nbsp; Denver Crickmore, died on &nbsp; January 26 this year, 12 hours &nbsp; after he had been bitten by a funnel-web spider at his home in Lane Cove. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
A PRESENTATION COLLECTION AT DAVID JONES' Coat of Dyed Russian Ermine, copy of an imported Paris Toile, with flat collar, cuffed sleeves,' flared flounce at hem. OF [ ^s/AJffAy \ ^//ÀJ/fZt . OF INTRINSIC VALUE With pride we present our Collection of precio us furs of intrinsic value . . . our most notable Collection in many years. We show Coats, Jackets, Capes, Wraps, Stoles, Scarves and the "Little Furs''' nmv making fashion headlines overseas. These are presented in Mink, Ermine, Kolinsky, Russian Broadtail, Blended Musquash and other top fashion skins. ON THE NEW SIXTH FLOOR for service Above: Dyed Canadian Squirrel Scarf oj beautifully matt'hed pells lins svt &lt;t nvtr lashion lor wear after five. Left: IPe present a coat o\ black Russian Broadtail, willi mink trim and the very new draped ripple back.
Social News And Events [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Social News And Events ^/^ISS NUTTIE MACKEL A LAR, of Double Bay, will leave in the Stratheden on March l8 for a six months' tour abroad. TV/[ISS EVE SALWAY, only ?*??*? daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Salway, of Far Meadow, Berry, has announced her en- gagement to Mr. Neville Nock, elder son of the late Mr. H. T. Nock and of Mrs. C. N. Nock, of Roseville. * » » THE president of the Sydney Y.W.C.A., Mrs. C. P. John- son, will entertain at a late after- noon part)' at her home at Edge- cliff on Tuesday, in honour nf Miss Alice Butler, who recently completed a thrèe-year term as executive director of the Y.W.C.A. » * * MISS SUE PLAYFAIR is at Palm Beach, staying with her sister, Mrs. Alec McLeod, who has taken a house there for a few weeks. V ** » TV/FANY country people attended *? *. the wedding yesterday morn- ing at St, Canice's, Elizabeth Bay, of Miss Lucy Spruson, third daughter of the late Mr. W. J. Spruson, and of Mrs. Spruson, of Vaucluse, to Mr. Thomas Rogers, second son of th...
RIDER DOWN IN CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
RIDER DOWN IN CYCLING L CON had a severe fall m the first heat of the senior one mile championship of the NSW Amateur Cyclist Union meeting at Henson Park last night A Donnelly was disqualified for boring in the heat, which was won by Bruce Moore RESULTS-Heat 1 B Moore 1 L Coi ?> Heal 2 G Anslow 1 R Tie slder 2 Heat 3 J Beath 1 J Seele "> Heal 4 W Cooper 1 R Hlsslnsbotlom 2 Final for seconds L Coi I R Hlsclnsbottom was taken lo ho pital with a broken collarbone i!et a tall lumor 1 mile championship Heal I J Trcssidcr I R McMillan 2 Heil \ Baker 1 P Garntty 2 He« 3 R Moore 1 B WiRglns 2 He« i k McClurkin 1 D Matthew* 1 Final for «conds R McMillan 1 Final Senior Three lap Handicap - T Djer I H Somers 2 R Wilson 3 F nil Senior One Mile Championship ilSSVS B Moore 1 VV Cooper 2 L Cox 3 Tinal luninr One Mile Chimplonship of N S W A Baker I R Moore 2 I Trcssider 3 Final Juienile. One Mile Championship of VSW k Ford I N Ward 2 P 1«U 3 Tinal Senior Ten Miles Chimpionship of N S W E Ri...
Four Killed By Salt Substitute [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Four Killed By Salt Substitute CHICAGO, Feb. 19 (A.A.P.). -Four people have died recently >&lt; a result of using a substitute lor common table salt. The American Medical Associa- tion says more cases are expected «iihin a few weeks. Three of the deaths occurred in Cleeland (Ohio) and one in Ann Arhoi (Michigan). The association said: "The sub fiance causing the poisoning is fmm chloride, and common sall B sodium chloride." '
SURF CHAMPIONSHIPS Southern AT CRONULLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
SURF CHAMPIONSHIPS Southern AT CRONULLA. Stnlor Tennis Championship -Bondi 1 Bronte 2 North Bondi i Mirth Past -North Bondi 1 Ma 'wilts Bondi 3 ", . Sari Board Race -K Sawyer (North Bondi) i s Stenman (North Bondi) 2 G 81 hop (Maroubra) i Junior surf Championship -R Daniels (Bond» i c Stubbings (North Bondi) N Stenhouse (CroilulH) 3 . Stnlor R and R Championship - Vonh Ctnnulla (73 78) 1 North Bondi ",«) 2 Bondi (7"'88) 3 "'"«tor R anti R Championship* - »one (7011) 1 Cronulla (69 8) 2 .«lil (60S) 3 »nlnr Si rf Championship -R John wa (North Cronulla) 1 P Dobncy (¡wurama) 2 B Mirrott (Tamarama) .Stnlor Boat Race-Heat 1 North wonulla B Heit ^ Coogee A H"l i Coo ce U Heal 4 Cronulla "A rnal Coogee A 1 North "onulla B « Cronulla A 3 .««Iii Surf Ski Race-R Thompson ¡-Maroubra) 1 N Mulcahy (Maroubra) 2 ,W Bro vn (Maroubra) 1 «nor Surflmjt Race-Heat 1 go elly Heat 2 Coogee A Heat 3 Miroubra Final Clovelly 1 Maroubra ' ,&lt;-opgee A 3 .Junior Bell Championship-Bondi, 1 M* Bondi 2 C...
"THEY RIDE US, TOO" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
"THEY RIDE US, TOO" I Two other members of the Merger Committee, who were with Mr. Elliott, agreed with him. I questioned a high official of the B.H.P. in Newcastle about it. He said Mr. Elliott's statement was not true. "The men have got it into their heads," he said, "that Mines in- spectors favour the B.H.P., but the inspectors ride us just as hard, if not harder, than the miners. "Because one inspector has the guts to say that, in his opinion, it is debatable whether a man is fit lo drive a loco, the miners think he is favouring the company. "Picture the inspector's posi- tion if he gave the man an all clear ticket and something hap- pened, like it did before. "Mr. Elliott forgets that on every mine manager's conscience is the responsibility for the lives of hundreds of men under his jurisdiction. Nobody could have been given a fairer go than Trip- ney." A miner said: "Tf the inspectors who act according to the Miners' Safety Code say one thing and a few miners disagree, and tho...
Manly Wins Seven Surf Events [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Manly Wins Seven Surf Events Manly Surf Club repre- sentatives gained places in . 10 of the 14 major surf events at the North Met ropolitan surf carnival at Manly beach yesterday. Because of this, Manly will be well-represented in the Australian surf championships next month. Manly swimmers and boat crews won seven events and were placed in five. The biggest upset of the after- noon was Freshwatcr's failure to gain a place in the senior surfboat championship. Fresh- water senior surfboat crew holds the Australian championship. Pieviously Freshwater had easily won its heat and semi- final. In the final, Freshwater lost an early advantage when the boat coasted to avoid oncoming waves. Manly took the lead from South Curl Curl and the two boats held these positions to the finish. Manly sweep, Davis, held his boat to the course well when a big wave broke over it in the run to the beach.
26 KILLED IN RAIL SMASH French Express Hits Engine [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
26 KILLED IN RAIL SMASH French Express Hits Engine PARIS, Feb. 19 (A.A.P.).-At least 26 people were killed .when an express train collided with a locomotive near Besancon (east ern France) late last night. . About 120 people were injured, 33 seriously. Five of the injured died, on the way to hospital. Rescue workers are still search- ing the wreckage of three coaches, flung off the line by the force of the impact, but they do not ex- pect to find more bodies. Twenty persons were pinned under the wreckage, and could not be moved until cranes arrived. [ Police arrested a student engi- neer who was driving the single] locomotive. The train was the, Metz-Dijon express. '
Hy-Flyer, In 200-yd. Spurt, Beats Too-confident Culex [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
YOUNG LIFESAVERS rush into the water at the start of yesterday's junior surf board race at Manly. Hy-Flyer, In 200yd. Spurt,! Beats Too-confident Culex Hy-Flyer, sailed by Ross Brown, yesterday passed Culex in the last 200 yards to win the "Trappy Duncan" Memorial Handicap on Sydney Harbour. , Culcx's crew over conn dendy failed to set a spin- naker on the final" run. Hy-Flyer beat Culex by 11s, with Crusader a further 37s away in third place. It was Hy-Flyer's first race with the Sydney Flying Squad- ron. Built by W. Barnett, she is a sister boat to Australian cham- pion, Myra. It was the third time Culex appeared to have had a race in safe keeping, only to be beaten at the finish. Culex Led The race was sailed in a fresh sou'-easterly wind. Culex, taking the lead shortly after the start, led round the Sow and Pigs by 32s from Ruby A. and Hy Flycr. On the close work back to Shark Island, Hy-Flyer set a bal looner, but lost it shortly after when it tore. ". Culex rounded this mark l...
One-man Bomb Warfare On Los Angeles Fails From Our Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
One-man Bomb Warfare On Los Angeles Fails From Our Staff Correspondent LOS ANGELES, Feb. 19. Police arrested a crazed boiler maker yesterday while he was doing the rounds of Los Angeles with a truckload of dynamite bombs to plant under homes. One bomb went off under the Beverly Hills home of a wealthy nightclub owner while police were questioning him. , The explosion rocked the whole i suburb It damaged the home but no one was huit Demolition squids raced to two 1 othci homes 1 hey caught one lighted fuse two minutes before lit was due to reach 32 sticks of dynamite The man told the police he was I dying to get even with people re- sponsible for his failure to get j j workmen s compensation for an I i injury in 1944. j
Inter-School Swimming [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Inter-School N Swimming INTER-SCHOOL. - Norfth Sydney High School v S C E G S v Barker Col lege SO metres free-style open S Milne (Barker), 12 Ss, 1, NS, 2. Shore, 3 SO metres free-style under l6yrs N S , 31 7s, I, Shore, 2, Baker, 3 50 metres freestyle under 15yrs Shore, 318s, 1, NS, 2, Barker, 3 50 metres free style under 14yrs NS, 32 8s, 1. Shore, 2, Barker, 3 50 metres freestyle under 13 yrs K Kater (Shore), 34 8s, 1, NS, 2, Barker, 3 50 metres irec-st>le under 12yrs R Phipps (Barker), 42 4s, 1, N S , 2, Shore, 3 100 metres free-style open R Heming (North Sydney), lm 12 8s, I, Barker, 2 Shore, 3 50 metres breast stroke open K Barnes (Shore), 38 9s, 1, North Sydney, 2, Barker, 3 100 metres free-style under 16 R Kellner (North Sydney), lm 9 3s, 1; Barker, 2, Shore, 3 50 metres brcaststroke under 16 W. Scott (North Sydney), 37 2s, 1, Barker, 2, Shore. 3 100 metres free- style under 15 F Johnson (North Syd ney), lm 114s, 1. Shore, 2. Barker, 1 50 metres brcaststroke under li K He...
FORECASTS (for 24 hours to 9 p.m.): [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
FORECASTS (for 24 hours to 9 p.m.): CITY: Warm lo sultry, cloudy, light rain at night..SE to NE breeze, slight s.eas. N.S.W.: Light rain from W. developing over N.S.W. in central coast. Moderate-warm central, warm-hot N. areas. Mainly ENE winds. SUN: To-day, r. 5.35, s. 6.44. MOON: R. 11.6 p.m., s. 1.2 p.m. TIDES (Fl. Deni- son): H. 1.44 a.m. (4ft 5in), 2.21 p.m. (3ft ?lin). L. 8.22 a.m. (1ft), 8.9 p.m. (1ft 4in).