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Bulgaria's Anti-Church Drive [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Bulgaria's Anti-Church Drive From IAN BEVAN IN LONDON WfHEN the West last week *» end learned of the arrest of 15 Protestant Church lead- ers in Bulgaria, observers saw another blow against a Church which the Dimitrov Communist regime had already succeeded in considerably weakening. Already the power of the Orthodox Church, the dominant Church in Bulgaria, has been con- siderably reduced. About five and a half million people in Bulgaria are members of the Orthodox Church, about 50,000 are Roman Catholics, and the Protestants, Armenian Gregorians, and Moslems make up minority groups. Under the Communists, Ortho- dox Christianity has ceased to be the State religion, and there is no religious instruction in State schools. Two principal Orthodox semi- naries have been occupied by the Army, so that the Church is seri- ously hindered in its efforts to train new priests. General restrictions have also been applied to all religions. The names of regular church goers are "noted" by local Com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
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Bulli Trots [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Bulli Trots AUSTINMER HANDICAP -REAL LAWN (5 2 on) T W Wilkins 12yds 1 Phoenix Man (IO 1) L Haig 12yds 2 Ormiston (3 1) P Hall I2yds v Vi len Vi len Time 2m 32s Scratch ed Great Step THIRROUI DIVIDED HANDICAP - rirsl division BROUGHTON PATCH (5 1) L Moulds scr I Brown Legion (7 21 F Bckk 24sds 2 Cisic Star (S 1) Mcclelland 1 2 len Vi len Time 2m 14s Scratched Cascade Pool THIRROUL DIMDFD HANDICAP - Second division GENERAL DIVIL (2 1 on) H Chant scr 1 Sir Alwvn (5 I) C Muddle scr 2 Royal Slain (5 I) Kcnshaw str V Neck Vi len Time 2m 38s Scratched Pronto Robert The Southerner Prominent Star John s Mi chine THIRROUI DIV1DFD HANDICAP - Third division NOBEL MASTER (1 1 on) L Chin! scr 1 Worwcll (15 li A Aboild 24sds 2 Sen Derby (15 1) H Alley 24yds scr 3 4 len len Time 2m Us Scratched Harloff Ni gerian Prince J CAVANAGH MFMORIAL CUP STANDSURF (S 4 on) A Thompson 12yds 1 Real Lain (7 4) r W VV ii kins scr 2 Dcrbs Pearl (12 1) J C Ciflyn 36yds 3 Neck len Time 3m 15 2 Ss Scratched Ksrcclah ...
STATE ATHLETIC TITLES Men At University Oval. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
STATE ATHLETIC TITLES Men At UnKenlty Ota!. IIOVDS- Holder M D Finlay (Uni ) Ktcords World i 1 m 49 2s S C Wooderson (Enehnd) 20/8/ 18 Auslra lim lm 51 2s V Bool (N Z ) 7/2/ 38 Australian resident lm J1 8s 1 VV Unas (Vii) 6/3/48 NSW lm 'I i \ Boot (N Z ) 7/2/ 38 Heal I V I Plummer (WS) 2m 2 4s I G T Backhn se (N S > 2 H J Wilson (H)er Ik) 3 Heal J J Schwede IBoanj) im 2 5s I VV Condi (llolany) 2 M I) Finlay (Uni ) 3 Heal 1 * I) Stc vari (Uni ) 2m 7 4s I VV D Power (Achilles) 2 R VV McVVil .lui» (ES) 1 Hiul M D Finlay MM) im 57 6s 1 V J Plummer (WS) ?&lt; VV D Power (Achilles) 3 ¡10 V AROS-Holder J F Treloar (Uni) ?>! fs Records Worlds 20 3s J Ç 0 ens (U S A ) Australhn Australian «lient and NSW 21 2s J F Tre to (NSW) 14/12/46 Heat 1 1 H ronthc (NS) 13s I B Oakc (Uni) J V Maloney (VV S ) 3 Heal 2 E C fcmpbell (Uni ) 22 Ss I R Nash (S S ) " R W lob (Uni ) 3 Heat 3« K VV Crenion (Botany) 22 8s I P Gospcr Wier Pk ) 2 A K Roberts (R K ) \ Final I H Torsylhe (N S ) 22 6s I C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
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MOTOR BOATS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
MOTOR BOATS ST GEORGE-A class Healti kl> mel (H Bell) I Shirlo &lt; \ Glasson) 2 Miss Nomer (A Dewhurst) 'Heat 2 Shirley (\ Glasson) 1 ^'JT,"j Bell) 2 Miss Nomer (A Dcuhurs?> m"cr^ «^ ¿3 (Comm \\ mack o«) 2 Cul Sark &lt; Mcleod) i yu,wrl4Scc'.liIim 2 ¿B belt) 1 Ml s Dawn (A Savlll) 2 "\ 5T""^' cubic inch SpcriNg Championship (Kins awi* 1^ «, lsk,r Cup)-Heat I Foi: trnnk Le» M Kcrlte (k. Ritchie) »&lt;" ,M (Clarrie Lewis) 3 Time I'm Winners average ,»P«\i^e 1 *°l I a^e'sneed^li^rÏÏles'Wtiour I
Cardinal's Voice Heard In U.S. Policy FROM OUR NEW YORK OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Cardinal's Voice Heard 0 In U.S. Policy FROM OUR NEW YORK OFFICE CARDINAL SPELLMAN, Roman Catholic Arch- bishop of New York, has twice achieved world-wide prominence in recent weeks with his bitter denunciations of Communism. As the recognised leader of 24 million Roman Catholics in the United States, and as a man of skill and persuasiveness himself, Cardinal Spellman is fast becom- ing a powerful figure in the mak- ing of American foreign policy. One of his recent attacks on Communism was after Cardinal Mindszcnty's trial in Hungary. Last week he continued his appeal in Havana, where, at the Inter-American Congress of Catholic Action, he called on the peoples of the world to rise against the anti-Christian tyrants. Like any true statesman, Cardi- nal Spellman has mastered the art of timing his gestures and of assessing public opinion. . . . '"TYPICALLY, the world first I heard of Spellman on another occasion, many years ago, when he made an exciting voyage from Rome to Paris to del...
BRISBANE DETAILS ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
[ßitiSBAJVE 1 I DETAILS I ALBION PARK SIXTH DIVISION HANDICAP. 7f First Division MATE 7 8 (R Stretton) 1 MOVIE STAR 8 5 car 7 12 (S Fisher) 2 GIPSY SCHOLAR 7 6 car 7 IO (N Best) 3 BETTING: 5 4 on Matangl 9 2 v Movie Star 14 Spear man Don Pablo MATC Gipsy Scholar '0 Cloumcin Mankad Skvinark Mar \ern Coochin Road 25 Lady K>le 50 Wclctit Rainfall Divs £3/16/ IS/ 10/ 12/6 6 len head Time lm 32s SIXTH DIVISION HANDICAP, 7f - 2nd Div GOI D CON S-2 (E Con ciucst) I CRAND LEN S 0 (Maddock) 2 CHERRV QUEEN S 11 (P 0 Mahoney) i BTTTING 7 4 GOLD CON 7 Blick king Silver Pline 8 Cherry Queen Ostcrlc» Grand Len Mcvan 20 Lady Wy\crn Sir Elu 25 Bamborough 33 Idmont 50 Miss Mc Carthj Talking Girl Our Robyn Dhs 15/ 8/ 13/ 15/6 3 len heid Time tm 31 % s FIFTH DIVISION HANDICAP, ant lm-1st DI» GLOMOND 7 13 &lt;R Ralston) I SERE PRINCE 8 0 (W Byrne) 2 BROWN INVADER 7 4 (D Genn) 1 BETTING 3 Limadcc 7 2 Stand There 6 Fresco Spirit Sere Prince 8 Voluble GLOMOND IO.Per feet Weather 16 Brown Invide...
NEWCASTLE RESULTS FIRST NOVICE HANDICAP, 6f. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
I NEWCASTLE I 1 RESULTS 1 FIRST NOVICE HANDICAP, 61. PENDTHRIFT E Etherington s ch g 5srs Merry Mathew (Imp) Pcnnywlse 8 6 (L Marsden) I 1L0NDE GLEN J Rotanda « ch f 3yrs Dark Lover (Imp )-Aqua marine 8 0 (C W alson) 2 AR VGON Mrs C F Heidtman s ch m 4)rs Morse-Tontine 7 11 car 7 4 (M Masnard) 3 OTHERS Apple Lad 9 0 car 8 7 B Skehan) Dorahbo 8 13 car 8 5 A Markland) Landed 7 13 (J Smith) Maitland 7 12 (N Robinson) Vallcv Crind 7 12 car S 1 (N Tomlinson) Cmillc 7 II car 7 13 (R Clement) Gilapagos 7 11 (D Weir) Hcadhuntcr 7 9 (R James) BETTING 4 Dorahbo 9 2 Apple Lad 6 Blonde Glen Paragon 7 Maitland \ alley Grand 9 SPENDTHRIFT, 10 Galapagos Hcadhuntcr 15 others D1VS Win £2/18/6 place £1/6/9 15/9 14/ Len 2 len Time lm 13s SECOND NOMCE HANDICAP 6f SEVENTH VEIL C Connar s br m 5yrs Felcrag (imp )-Veiled Prln cess 8 6 (R Peters) 1 RED TERROR Mrs H McLean s ch h 5yrs Marabou-Marie Belle 8 s" (A McHi c) 2 MEADOW FARM G J Cullen s b g 4yrs Closing Time-Meadow Maid S 6 (N Walterson) 3 OTHERS ...
THE WORLD OF WOMEN Polocrosse Season Opened At Ingleburn Yesterday [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
1 THE. WORLD OF WOMEN"] _-^y-T i .- ._.-T~^T-~-i- i i TI- -^-- - -^^^==i Polocrosse Season Opened At Ingleburn Yesterday MR. and MRS. JACK MINNETT'S beautiful collie Glen, attracted much attention at the polocrosse meeting yesterday. With Mr. and Mrs Minnett was MISS HEATHER WIPPELL who has been staying with them at Collaroy MRS MAX ROBERTS and MISS JUNE COURT tiv to rule each other off as they shoulder to catch the ball m flight Other women players m this chukka were Misses Beryl Downie, A Campbell P Boulton and Madge Beinlle JURS. JOHN AMORY and MISS SHIPLEY PYE with Kur L * ingai player, MR. MAX ROBERTS, before he went o?t for his first chukka. Mrs. Amory was formerly well-known country girl, Miss Judy Mills, of Bonny Rigg. Quirindi. Jodpuis and shirts, slacks and sweaters*or casual cotton frocks and sandals were worn by most of the women spec- tators. Colourful sweaters, and, corduroy slacks were the choice of Misses Mariet and Rutti Champion. MISS TRUDA REID, (Camden), MISS ADE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
FOR INFORMA TÍOS ONI > / NORTHERN STAR (Tennanf Creek) GOLD MINES LIMITE«) Incorporated under the Companxr» Art W6 o/ the Stntf of \ev South H aire on 1th January 1949 ISSUE OF 800,000 ORDINARY SHARES OF 2/6 EACH Fayible M Application and Allotment nnrt the bulan« h> calls a« reaitlrcn NOMINAL CAPITAL 1,000,000 Ordinary Shares of 2/6 each £125,000 CAPITAL ISSUED 14th FEBRUARY, 1949 Shares allotted to \rndnrs 4M (Ml* Onilnarr Shnr*« of I/S each £6n 00n Share? allotted to Public: «0 «n« Ordinär. Share* of 2/6 each *4° 000 Share» held In Resero :&lt;» OBI) Ordlniry Shares or 2/« each &" '""' £1» DOO I n0« MU _ DIRECTORS ALEXANDER S\DNE\ PHILLIP SANGSTER Compans Director Chair man) 20 Florence Street Strathfield (N S W) ., , ... JOHN STEPHEN HIGGINS Mine Manager and 0»ner Northern Star Mine. Tennant Creek (NT) . ,",, RUDOLPH SCHMIDT Mine Owner anti Grazier Goonoo Goonoo INS W ) CARL HEINRICH JOHANN SCHMIDT Mine Ouner and Grazier Mirradons Borenore (NSW) AUDITORS! "...
Miners More Concerned About The Races By A Special Reporter [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Miners More Concerned About The Races By A Special Reporter NEWCASTLE, Saturday. -I spoke to many miners in the bars of Newcastle hotels this morning about the B.H.P. strike. Most of them were more concerned with the Newcastle races than with what effect the dispute will have on thousands of Australian workers and their families'. 1 think that half of them did not know that an emergency meeting of the merger group com- mittee had been called for that morning to try to settle the strike. There was not one miner waiting outside the Federation Hall, in Union Street, when the meeting ended at 1.30 p.m. But there was a big crowd at the racecourse. At Federation Hall there were just a bunch of Pressmen and the 15 members of the Merger Committee, who looked stale and tired after their recent con- ferences. Opinion is divided about Thomas Tripney. * He is employed at Lambton I "B" collier}', about 10 miles from Newcastle. The miners are by no means unanimous about the justice of the claim t...
Surfer Wins Title After Painful Shock [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Surfer Wins Title After Painful Shock Although handicapped by a badly swollen arm, Bob John- son won the southern metropolitan surf title at North Cronulla yes- terday and proved he is the State's leading surfer. Less than 20 minutes earlier he had a hard swim with the belt for the North Cronulla Club to win the senior rescue and resusci- tation championship. Johnson said that during the R and R. race he struck al man-o'-war on the way out to the buoy. *" "1 felt a terrjfic tingling like an electric shock in my right arm," Johnson said. /> "I did not know whether 1 would be able to finish the race." Ambulance officers treated him in the casualty room. By the time he had finished the surf race Johnson's arm had swollen considerably and he was suffering. Johnson competed in three races at the carnival. Swam Strongly In the open surf event he swam strongly in the early stages of the race and took the lead at the buoy. He then increased his advant- age to more than 15 yards, when he ...
New Move To End Strike At B.H.P. Collieries MINERS TO VOTE AGAIN AT PIT TOPS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
New Move To End Strike At B.H.P. Collieries MINERS TO VOTE AGAIN AT PIT TOPS NEWCASTLE, Saturday.-Miners' leaders will make a new attempt to-morrow and on Monday to j induce strikers at B.H.P. collieries to accept the I union's recommendations for a resumption of work. If the men refuse to go back, the B.H.P. will probably begin its shut-down programme in a few days. It is estimated that this would affect 210,000 workers, including 85,000 in New South Wales. Pit-top meetings will be held on Monday to allow a second vote to be taken on the resumption proposals. This was decided to-day at an emergency meet- ing in Newcastle of the merger group committee. This committee consists of officials from the lodges of B.H.P. mines - Burwood, John Darling and Lambton. The committee decided to advise the men that they are required by the Federation to report for work on Monday morning. [Burwood has already agreed to resume, but Lamb- ton and John Darling re- jected the settlement terms.] The com...
WOMEN IN SPORT Five Clubs For 'A' Grade Golf [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
WOMEN IN * SPORT Five Clubs For'A9 Grade Golf By PAT BORTHWICK ASSOCIATES' A grade .^*- inter-club golf matches wili be played this season for the first time since before the war. The L.G.U. has received en- tries from the five leading metro- politan clubs - Australian, N.S.W., Manly, Royal Sydney and The Lakes. The favoured Australian team includes Mrs. E. J. Gowing-run- ner-up in the 1939 Australian championship; N.S.W. champion in 1947 and runner-up last year. Mrs. Gowing will be well sup. ported by such players as Mrs. Craig, Miss B. Gowing, and Miss H. Stockman. Australian, however, will need to play in top gear throughout the series to head the N.S.W. club's team. N.S.W. has been strengthened by the return of its No. 1 player Mrs. McColl (Marie Clemenger). Mrs. .McColl should be a greatly improved golfer as a re- sult of her oversea experience last year. Also in the N.S.W. side is Miss Joyce Abbott, a golfer with a string of grade successes to her credit. Manly Weaker Manly wi...
Queensland Holds Shield Lead [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
Queensland Holds Shield Lead BRISBANE, Saturday. i -Queenstiula ended the second day of its Sheffield Shield match against South Australia with a lead of 158 and two wickets in hand. Maying his second Sheffield Shield match, 21-year-old Keith Jack performed like a veteran for a flawless 81 not out. He was at the wicket from 2 o'clock until stumps, and with McCool added 59 for the sixth wicket. c With Tallon, he put on 52 in 60 minutes in a seventh wicket partnership. In the depressing heat, South Australia made a courageous bid to turn the tide of the game. It was not until after the tea adjournment that their fielding wilted. Noblet Missed South Australia suffered a blow when Noble« was forced to leave the field at 4.30. Despite the leg injury he suffered late on Friday, Noblet sent down 23 overs for 35 runs and one wicket to-day. He limped from the field when the score was six for 282. Excluding Noblet, the South Australian bowling was never dangerous. j Scores: SOUTH AUSTRALIA. F...
TOP TIER OF WEDDING CAKE WILL GO TO U.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 20 February 1949
TOP TIER OF WEDDING j CAKE WILL GO TO U.S. THE top tier of her wedding cake will be sent by Miss Aud- rey Mcclintock, who married Mr. Kevin O'Rourke at St. Mary's, North Sydney, yesterday, to her brother, Mr. E. P. Mcclintock, Australian Assistant Trade Com- missioner in New York. Mrs. E. Lawrence, of Burwood, who is Mr. McClintock's mother in-raw, will sail for America on Friday in the'Anicrican Inventor, and will take the cake with her. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mcclin- tock, of Muswellbrook, and the bridegroom is the younger son of the late Mr. S. J. O'Rourke and of Mrs. E. O'Rourke, of North Sydney. The first annual ball of the Chartered Institute of Secretaries will be held at the Wentworth on April 23.