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Italy's "Duty To Aid Russia" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Italy's "Duty To Aid Russia" _,_/ ROME, Feb. 26 (A.A.P.). The Italian Communist leader, Senor Togliatti, said to-day that the Italian people would have a duty to aid the Russian armies if those armies ever chased am aggressor on to Italian soil. He added:."It would serve the cause of peace to make it known at once that the Italian people in the great majority of its active fighting components think this way." The French Communist leader, M. Maurice Thorez, made a simi- lar statement last week. He said the French workers would make war with Russia impossible. (See "Conspiracy To Start French Revolt"-P. 3.)
U.S. Action Likely Against Bulgaria From Our Staff Correspondent And A.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
U.S. Action Likely Against Bulgaria From Our Staff Correspondent And A.A.P. NEW YORK, Feb. 26.-The United States may formally arraign Bulgaria before UNO on charges of having violated its peace treaty. This follows reports to the State Department * of political and religious persecution, and indications that the Bulgarian armed forces are 50 per cent, more than the peace treaty allows. One report given official cre- dence said that Yanko Ivanov, a cripple and one of the 15 pastors now on trial on charges of treason j and espionage, was forced to stand against a wall for periods of four hours, interspersed with third-degree methods by relays of questioners. The report said this went on for days, and Ivanov suffered such agony that some members of the Communist police were revolted. A further report said that several pastors received brutal beatings and required medical attention before standing trial. "FEEL PROUD" Nikola Naumov, president of the Supreme Council of the United Evangeli...
YOUR FREE NOVEL [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
YOUR FREE XOVEL THE SUNDAY HERALD" to-day publishes the first part of "And Then Came Hope," a novel by Harold C. Wells. This book shared third prize in the "Herald" literary competitions last year. You will find it between pages 6 and 7. Lift it out of the paper, fold it as directed and you will have a 16-page novel-size supplement ? to read at your leisure. The second part will be published with "The Simday Herald" next [ week.
Club Sailing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Club Sailing NSW 1«H SKIFFS - Dumaresq Cup Miss Eveil n (C Williams) 10m 1 Solo (J O Rourke) lm 2 Bareela (J 0 Toole) 9m 3 O Johnny (W Haj ward) scratch A Won b} 2m 30» lOi between 2nd and 3rd BALMORAL -12 footer? Inv Kallon Handicap Vaucluse (P Briggs) &lt;m (Vaucluse Club) 1 Majestic (R Os borne) 7m 30s 2 Stamina (D Pura) 6m 1 Won bl 2m 4&lt;s lm Ss V Is (General Handicap) Phantom (M Holt) 4m 1 Halloween (B Lane) 3m 2 Tangerine (J Tvvible) 4m, 3 Won by 4m 18s 6s CONCORD RHODES -Sea Weed (W Jones) 22m 1 1 íleon (J Luskan) I'm 2 Ace (R White) Um 1 Won bl lm 2s 2^ between 2nd and 3rd First boat open IO (ooter 2nd and 3rd boat' V J s Rona had fastest time over the course DRUMMOYNF -16ft Skiffs Club Trophv Victor (A Rodrlck) lum, I Prestige (R Hunt) 2m 2 Rivclte (R Erwin) 7v4m 3 Won by lm 15si 30s VJ s Clipper (D Fenwick) Vim i Dolphin (R Burton) 8m 2 Wanda (W Hannaford) 3m 3 Won by lm 30s 30s GREENWICH -12ft TS club championship 'rd heat Electra OS Brown) 1 Reform (P N...
Relatives Of Bombo's Dead Criticise Search For Crew [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Relatives Of Bombo's Dead Criticise Search For Crew The widow of William James Cunningham, who drowned when the Bombo sank on Tuesday night, said yesterday that too much time passed between the sinking ot the Bombo and the search for its crew. Relatives of other men drowned said the sea search had not been adequate. The steamer Bombo sank with 14 men off Wollongong at 10 p.m. last Tuesday, when she was bring- ing 620 tons of blue metal from [ Kiama to Sydney. | Only two of her crew reached the shore alive. [Two R.A.A.F. Catalina flying-1 boats, a trawler, and a tug began I the sea search on Wednesday morning, when Bombo was re- J ported overdue in Sydney. They searched on Wednesday and Thursday, and abandoned the ' search on Thursday.] Mrs. Cunningham said yester? day: "Sixteen hours passed from the time the Bombo was lost until a trawler and tug went in search of survivors.", j She said: "Vessels should be in I continuous contact with the shore. There would then be no delay in J kn...
A. S. U. FIXES BILLETING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
A. S. U. FIXES BILLETING -» BRISBANE, Saturday.-Lead- ing interstate swimmers who want early preparation for the Aus- tralian championships in Sydney from December 10 to 17 will be housed in Sydney and Melbourne This decision was made hy the Australian Swimming Union ex ecutive on the motion of the union s vice-president, Mr John Monson Supporting Mr Monson, the NSW secretary of the A S U Mr S B Grange, said that his Stale appreciated that the early date of the championships might otherwise leave Tasmanian, South Australian and Western Austral- ian swimmers at a disadvantage The team for the Empire Games in Auckland will be chosen after the Australian cham- pionships_
Atomic Research Centre Planned For Australia SCIENTIFIC EXPERTS TO SETTLE IN CANBERRA From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Atomic Research Centre Planned For Australia Professor M. L. E. Oliphant SCIENTIFIC EXPERTS TO SETTLE IN CANBERRA From OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT LONDON, Feb. 26.-Australia will become a centre for atomic research, and possibly atomic production, within the next few years. Britain's leading atomic scientist, Australian born &nbsp; Professor M. L. E. Oliphant, said yester- day that atomic weapons could be pro- duced in Australia, although shortage of high-grade uranium ore would be a handicap. Professor Oliphant will transfer his Birmingham laboratory, with key members of his staff, to the National University at Canberra in 1951. Well-informed observers expect that a cyclotron ("atom-smasher") will have been installed at Canberra by the time they arrive. A high authority, said yesterday: "It would not be fantastic to assume that Britain may be planning the establishment of an atom bomb plant in Australia as a long-range project." Professor Oliphant believes . that given sufficie...
Holiday Atmosphere No Bar To Records [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Holiday Atmosphere No Bar To Records .-. By JIM CARLTON The holiday atmosphere of the third day of the N.S.W. athletic championships did not stop records being broken and champions de- feated. Botany relay team, in the 4 x 1 mile relay, ran as inspired men to crack the N.S.W. 4-mile relay record by more than five seconds. It is good running for four men to average 4m 34.1s_for four miles. State champion John Plummer*, of Western Suburbs, made the pace fast from the start, when he clocked 4m 20s to the first change just short of a mile. Plummcr's run was one of the best miles recorded in the State this year. In his heat, Richard O'Rior- dan, of St. Joseph's, running for Botany, equalled the -Australian record of 15.8s for the junior 120yds hurdles. This giant of a lad turned the tables on his G.P.S. rivals of last year, Bob Burke, of High, and Mike Rothwell, of Shore. Northern Suburbs 4 i 880 junior relay team created a re- cord to run the two miles in 8m 18s. This is extraordinarily...
FORECASTS (for 24 hours to 9 p.m.): [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
" FORECASTS.-. (for"24 hours to 9 p.m.): CITY: Fine, moderate to warm day, NE winds, moderate seas. N.S.W.: Showers on N. Coast, where SE to NE winds. Unsettled in S.W. district. Fine elsewhere, warmer - NE to NW winds, moderate seas. SUN: To-day, r. 5.41, s. 6 35. MOON: R. 4.42 a.m., s. 6.32 p.m. TIDES (Ft. Denison): H. 8.10 a.m. (5ft), 8.38 p.m. (4ft). L., 1.49 , a.m. (Hin), 2.40 p.m. (5in).
9s. Goal Now For Sprint [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
9s. Goal Now For Sprint By JIM CARLTON *_ "With the use of the starting gate, 9 seconds ultimately may be the world's record for 100 yards. Possibly such a time will not I be done until athletes fully de- velop a new technique of start- ing, called for by the different distribution of weight, and, perhaps, find methods of out- witting the .machine. Where is all this going to stop? In their quest for records and more records, the Americans have developed "bouncing" tracks built on bamboo, starting blocks, and now starting, gates. Nowadays, records, outside of Olympic records,- come under suspicion. There are many who look back with nostalgia to the days when artificial aids were not used and men ran under natural condi- tions. Doubts Raised 0£ course, the question of a fair start, particularly in the sprints, has worried athletic offi- cials the world over for years. Particularly in America doubts have hcen held about the fairness of starts, especially in exhibition runs. The most gl...
SUNDAY SPORT OPPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
SUNDAY SPORT OPPOSITION The superintendent of the Cen- tral Methodist Mission, the Rev. F*-H. Ray ward, said last night that speakers at the Lyceum this afternoon would strongly oppose the move to introduce Sunday spori. into Rushcutter Bay Park. He said that a resolution would be submitted to the meeting call- ing on the City Council to adhere to the previous policy of oppos- ing organised Sunday sport. MELBOURNE POLL MELBOURNE, Saturday. - The ratepayers of Ringwood Borough, on Melbourne's out- skirts, decided at a referendum to- day in favour of Sunday sport on the council's reserves. Voting was: For Sunday sport, 1,243; against, 711. The council banned Sunday sport on its reserves, but local sporting bodies asked for the poll, and took a very active part in the campaign. ' , j
In This Issue [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
In This Issue News: Home and Foreign, pp. 1, 3, 4, 5. Pictures, p. 5. Women, pp. 12,13,14. Sport: Turf News, pp. 15, 16, 17, l8. Athletics, p. 21. , Cricket, p. 20. fî BOVVIS, p. 21. ' r.U Golf, p. 19. Swimming, p. 19. Ossie Pickworth, p. 22. Editorial: Leading Article, Can- did Comment, Casual Converse, It's Costly to be Sick, Cartoon, P. 2. Features: *'. ^ Spotlight On World Affairs, pp. 7, 8, 9. Wide-World, p. 6. Week in Politics, p. 6. Book Club, p. 10. Music, Theatre, p. 10. New Films, p. 10. Religion, p. 11. Radio Details, p. 11. Finance, p. 11. Novel: Between Pages 6 and 7. Magazine: Fashions, Special Articles, Films, Medicine, Garden- ing, Cooking, Short Story, Crossword. "Playtime": Comics, Competitions, Puzzles, Serial, and Story. t Competition Result - p. 5 (News Section).
SOCIAL NEWS AND GOSSIP Young Hostesses Entertain [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
SOCIAL NEWS AND GOSSIP Young Hostesses Entertain MISS BEVERLEY BELISARIO (left), MISS PRUDENCE 11 BAVIN and MR. MICHAEL PLANT,, and (picture at right), MISS "TWINK" PARKER, MR. WYNDHAM ROFE, MISS ROBIN GUNDRY, and MR. BILL DURHAM, at the party given last night by Miss Bavin and Miss Gundry at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bavin at Vaucluse. The party was to welcome Miss Belisario who recently returned from America and to say good-bye to Miss Parker who will sail for England in the Dominion Monarch on Tuesday. t
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
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A Barometer Of Week's Share Moves RISES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
*A Barometer Of Week's Share Moves RISES Last Sale. Bank of Adelaide _£9/3/3 J and A. Brown .... 19/3 AM Petrol . 28/6 A. E. Goodwin . 15/6 Amalg. Pictures ...'. 20/6 Auto. Totes. 38/ Bitumen . 25/10W. Felt and Text. 35/6 Gr. J. D. Wms. 18/9 Metrop. Cement .... 14/2 Ready M. Concrete . 18/9 Spencer's . 18/6 Cullengoral . 1/3 Sunshine . 11/6 Austral Atnalg. 14/2 Jelapang . 26/ FALLS Last Sale. Bank of N.S.W.£39% Newcastle and H.R. . 22/ A'asian Paper . 30/6 Aust. Fishing Ind. ... 16/6 Beale . 26/6 Buckingham's . 41/ .. 2/ Century Battery . 66/ Clyde . 20/6 Concrete Ind.. con. ... 22/ Ed. Dunlop, rts. 14/6 Emu Gravel . 23/9 Gen. Industries . 31/6 Howard Smith . 25/6 Inter. Products . 21/6 Nicholsons' . 20/6 do., con. 14/3 S and S. B. Metal . 12/1 Tutt Bryant . 36/ W. E. Smith . 31/ Ml, Isa . 40/ New B.H. 39/6 North B.H. 79/6 B.H. South . 48/9 Zinc Corp.£7V4 New Occidental ..... /9 do, pd. 2/6 Kramat . 21/ .. 2/ K. Knmpar . 20/6 P. Apinaipi . , 4/11 HOW LEADERS FARED Closing Variation....
Week On 'Change Some Rallying In Closing Market [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Week On 'Cliange Some Rallying In Closing Market ? After continuing its downward trend this week, the share market gaye signs of levelling out by Friday, although showing a fall of 1.91 points over the period. Many investors were wondering by Friday if it was now time to step in and take advantage of depressed levels. CAUTION, however, remained the keynote as it was debated whether the U.S.A. could have a depression this year. As a re- sult, Wall Street was still watched with keen interest. At 176.92, the local index for 34 ordinary shares was only 2.9 points'below the opening level of 1949, so that no really serious fall has occurred. Nevertheless, there has been a genuine reassessment of values and investors are displaying a marked objection towards high share prices and low yields. Profit and dividend reductions lately have forced the conclusion that rising costs and the 40-hour week are now being reflected in company results. Several prospectuses appeared before the public durin...
Some Hints About INVESTMENTS By The Finance Editor [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
M Some Hints About ^ INVESTMENTS ssBy Th« Finance Editor HOW can I invest £1,000? That sort of question comes, from many readers. It is not easy to answer; individual needs vary so much. One man cannot afford to lose any capital. An- other needs steady dividends to live on. The sporting character wants to make a lot of money, and accepts the inevitable risks. But I must try to be helpful. Diffidently, therefore, I suggest this week a second-class portfolio for consideration. At present dividend rates, it provides a little over £1 a week, or 5 1-3 per cent, on the investment of £1,007. For sheet-anchors: F. J. Palmer, the retail store, with book assets equal to its price, and earnings of 57 per cent, against 20 per cent, dividend on small ordinary capital; and Robt. Reid, whose book assets are bought for 58 per cent, of their value and whose earnings are four times the low dividend rate of 8 per cent. For established and progressive A 5.3 PER CENT. PORTFOLIO Annual Cost. Dividend. £ ...
THE WORLD OF WOMEN Lounge Suits And Glamour At Night Clubs [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
«BvaBssssnaaaBSBassseassEaasBaaHHanseasaHB^^ [THE WOULD OF WOMEN Lounge Suits And Glamour At Night Clubs T>HUMBA enthusiasts MISS JUDY HAGON of Canowindra IV 'and MR'' JIM CUDMORE of Quirindi drove ta town for a night at the Hayden from Forster where they have been ^spending a holiday with their families. NEWCASTLE visitor, MISS JULIET KENN AWAY, arriving iy at Prince's with MR. MURRAY TAYLOR. Miss Kennaway wore an evening frock of white satin . with a shoulder posy'of cherry-coloured flowers. DARE-SHOULDERED evening frock of white organza was " worn by MISS PAT WANSEY* when she dined at Prince's with MR. JOHN RYRIE. Miss Wansey travelled from her home in Newcastle to farewell Miss Judith Creer who sailed for America in the Aorangi. MRS. TOM WINDEYER of Methalibah, Trangie, cele- brated her birthday at Prince's with her husband and MR. and MRS. DICK BUZACOTT (right). Right: MISS ROSEMARY DIBBS sitting out a dance with LIEUT. DONALD ROSS, R.A.N., at the Hayden. The scooped-out nec...
Turf Talk [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949
Jurf JalÂ SEVENTY donors arrived at P the blood bank in answer o last Wednesday's call on be Llf of severely-burned young Wer. Marie Hanna, daughter of Moorefield trainer. , Staff, unable to cope with km. asked surplus to call back later. Jockey George Podmore leard the appeal over the radio, jrganised stable-boys, appren- nes, and residents of Kogarah and Brighton, and arranged ¡ransport. Diminutive apprentice "Pee nee" Jamieson was upset. The loctor would not permit him o contribute. Said he was too miall. * * * EPHKDRINE docs not show np in saliva test, accord ne tn American sports writer Jan Parker, who has made ex lausrive investigation of U.S. lope detection methods. k definite stimulant, ephed ine may be obtained at any hemist's shop. It is the main onsriruent of a popular brand if nasal drops. Like Queensland doctor A. , Lynch, Parker says saliva ests are worthless. * * * f TSE of drugs as stimulants ^ for racehorses is practi :ally an everyday affair, if \.j!C. drug tests a...