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THE EMPIRE "Women Without Names" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
THE EMPIRE "Women Withouit N: am• S' No fewert than thirty actireses, ini cluhiding Ellen Drew, FPay 4-Ieln, Viri' ginia Dabnoy and Kitty Kelly, wereo forced to remove a' standard feminine .badge=-their naill polish-before tney were permitted to work in a scene in'i r'Women -Without Names;" the new Paramount dranma starting to-night att the .Emppire -'Theatre aisi the support to thlle "Wizard of Oz." _'lThey wel.e all enacting .roleso of long " termer s- in i a, prison sequelnce end Director Robert Fiorey, a stickler for realism, insisted that they renmove the .colouring, from their fingers.j "Short' term ,prisone s might ha ve coloured nails, but it won't· lo for those serving mol.e protracted sean tences," he explailned. .? Also featureld in the cast, of i;ru picture,-. which -deals, witlh t h t false conviction or a newly maririeid :couple fofr aiurder, are Juilitli Bairrett, 1'Ro7 et PaIlge, Louise 'Beavers and Jbhin Sporting offtciuls yesterday almost Snadntmously opposed suggo...
STUDY IN GEOLOGY Tallong Visit By Students [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
STUDY IN GEOLOGY rTallong Visit By Students TALLONG: A party of ab6ut 30 students from the Sydney University, under the supervision of Dr. Osborne, Miss Quadling and Mr .Lambeth,- spent last week at Tallong, where they were given .a practical course in geology. The :firist day's tour, was to the bauxite piatoiitic iiron :deposits 'at Bumballa. 'I'heli.ext tour was to Bun gonia, where, the ivast cliffs ofi lime stone were :ilispeeted. Then, followed a trip to the Shdollhaven River, where tihe contact ;ol: the ,vaiious ages. in ith wadiid's history was: pointed; also tihe reitarlkable foltliig of othe strata. Thie iiver itself :was: also of inter cot, -as it iaffordils a practicail demon stration of one;river pirating the head waters of another. In this .Instance i slhort tcoastal livei has captured the hetad waters of a sluggish inland river, the point: of, capture being Ballanya, wahich iiwas also visited aild the riyver grave!s pointed out 1500 feet above the present bed. ' A trip ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
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"Strong Man" Aids Charity [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
"Strong Man"' Aids Charity r1. W. J. Coleman, .Lithgow's "strong man," per for£piedi several striking feats at an entertain ment'at Foritland?.: Theose iclhid?ed ? belding a piece of iron in his teotll lifting 212 b11£ with his head and allowig i a '13st. mian, wear.iing spiked, boots, b to, wallk on 'his bare ,back., Co'leniani lay: oil his laick ..vhile a' 56 lb:, iron bill was diro ledoli his abdomln romii a 'dis Lance of four fet.: IHe told the audience i is- troilpe and he were always nwilling; to help any deserving case, a gestuire lthiat was much aplireciated. The entertain meilt was arranged .by the Portland inllers' ar.ea commlittee.n aitd of to melmbers who are iln distressed cir cunltallenos..
WANT NATIONAL GOVERNMENT Crookwell Views On War Effort [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
WANT NATIONAL GOVERNMENT Crookwell Views On War Effort (itOOi1VELL: i\ Iresolulionl voicing disapproval of the Fed e.r?al, Go?'ernltlelI's war efl'fit, tand requesting inhat a National 'Governmlent be'ftiloerd to'stimu late tihe prosecution of thie war, 'atw s care icd, li?t?iitriously? at. a': large public tfiniig in the . SShire Chniathiers;.. on Moudatd . During the course of his reomarlsh l?t6 opening :;tho ?ideting,; the Shire. president, Cr:"r. W. McD?: ionald; ;x pressed the oplnioni thalt". Australiar was not doing enough ?o assist In thoe ::prosecution of. th'war; stating that thlietimie for spe'chlies haild assed and it was time: fori action' : ;: ::When 'the .ileeting was "considerl: ilg the 'forination of: a ::committee, to assist ri.erultlng in the dlisrict the presielit of the Retoiiurnedi Sol diers''. League Mr .S. H Lundtiilie clared thatt the war efforf* :i ?lng; mtade iy: the Go eirnment: was ot Svigorous en ough' and that l 'th meet ing should express its disasppr...
GREAT RALLY IN SYDNEY "No Surrender" Says Mr. Menzies [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
GREAT RALLY IN SYDNEY "No Surrender" Say-s Mr. Menzies When the Australian Prime Minister, Mr. Menzies, spoke in the Sydney Town Hall last night, he spoke as a man in spired. For the first time he threw off that reserve which has been a characteristic of his and the thousands who .cheered spontaneously showed that he was expressing, better than they . could, the things that they were feeling. For the first.time he' ? was a real man of the people. "If everything elke failed, and we were "left alone; i's$oill' say, 'If you want us come and take us.' We aren't of the surren dering breed. We do' not spring' from a currenderirig"'breed.", ''remendous cheering greeted this passage in the speech- opening tne \ViiW the WAr Campaign. 'But it would be inconsistent to believe, as we do, in the brotherliood of man and : the faitheirhood of :Al mighty God, anid yet believe that ;the principles of hell c'il pirevail against the principles, f 0l Heaveni' i;r. .Men zies said. "Some people, for'ithe...
CATHOLIC BALL Gathering At Taralga [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
CATHOLIC BAL' ;Gathering At Taralga I[rAlALGA: .rThe rmal C- . tholic ]lli Iwa's lheld in (lie Fed eral' atll on Friday liight. Thiere :' w?Ias an excell?,t; attend ancc' / Viil.tors were irest frq9n ai dsin trict celntres, 'includling i OWlilbun, Crdoikweil' a-ind; 111inda, •witl'others fromi Sydney.. .FAmong h11e vilsitors wer'ilr. and) Mfrsa.- r M.. fully'io camrle alo.,ng spec'iilll?,ia.tiriels-iwi trtion 6t *tr!ii'eoniinl'ttee 'i: il*lm^j" . *Aliendmln'ilslorerQwd(|eplpc sentc'd in, the' gdheriing. :a d, iebiiall, was described by visitors, as wel1 as local lpit'trons, as.a: most, enjo:.ablel function. M uch' lof the ssuccess of the evening, from ,.a dancing and. Acci:i; .stndiln.o.qt,;was. due td -the ca pable maniigenieiit of. Lhhe on&draiy '·ocre 'taries;.M'iss Joan Sullivan .anid l i.st. .Eula Croker :and ' Mr. P. I oys,' who wereiassisted. by an *cnerretic coip T:" .Tie~i'us~i was'provldedi'by.a' Goul i''oln ore'"diesti·i, w"'~iichf resii6red a iiilli clasf pirogra...
Efforts To Save Army [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Efforts To Save Army LONDON, Tuesday: Massed in tervention of the British and. French Air Forces, in an effort to protect the B.E.F. and French troops v.to' are inr a perilous sit uation in Flanders, is reported from Paris. The French spokesman said:' 'Tlie Air Foices tare going.into iaction; with all means at their command.i 'They are heavily engaiged in i.tie smendous operations.' PRESSURE INCREASES LONDON; Tuesday:i c "King LIeo p0old's decision toi capitillate has per-: mitted .the enemy :.to:.ricreas'e -the pressure in. the north,wfl her e the Brit ishlandd French troops are still fight ing .with the .same resolution;," ile clares the Frencli.official nightt comn munique. "Engagements':: ae developing :fai't ourably folrtour troops on the Somme: Outr ihombers have coniitinued action: against Geirmaii aerodromes aiid' columns dcly sid night'.' "There is nlothiitg to report on .the remainderl of the; frotit," concliided the communique. : IN' THE SOUTH`.';:' LONDON,' Taneday: ,:Th...
No Retribution From Wounded [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
No Retribution From Wounded LONDON, Tuesday: Asked whether Ii vie'w -of. the bomubing of hospital ships a.nd the machine-gus sll, of ambulances the. Goveriiihent would consider reprisals; the Deputy Lead er of the. Government, -Mr. Attlee, replied.. "The Government 'holds it self free to take approlriate- action but it is not its. 'intention to exact retribution from wounded or from ;vomen and children.
Boxer Teaches In Sunday Schools [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Boxer Teacihes InSn y Sunday Schols SYDNEY, `Wedi nesday; t Itia ie vea led " to-day ;Ithat: tlie ?hiecan' boxer, A}'chie -Moore ,bbefoe'ied eniters the ring, either- pialy I reads I chapter from .the : ible=' Ie wait a Stilday! School :teacheii.l his homie towa? St.;?iitlaold Iin?i hlllce hIl arr:ivali"in Sydliiely, addreed a school att aI Sydney; soibui'bnll chullucl . .'
THE VATICAN PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
THE ( VATICAN PRESS "Native" sends ?log gthe following about the Vatican press:. "You'r interesting .'sketch, under the -headling 'A Tiny? Windowv in Italy,' ;. recalls the. history of the Vatican press: The Tephograflia Poli golotha'. Vaticana;, founded by. Po0pe Sextus V. (1585-90) was :.first in stalled. in, a convent at. Subeago neal Rome :and. it' appears that it '?as thee 'ethat ttwo German apprentlces of .Gutei'burg first taught the art of printing ,under the,. protection. -of, Poie Setus :V., whdo thus became 'one of the earliest .,:introducers. of the printing art into Italy:. "Shortly. afterwvards' the: printing office was .removed ,:to the 'Vatican, and installed :,?ier: the : Pontifical Courts, where' it einained until the accession of Pope Pius:,X:: This Popie recognping. the necessityof ,,modern ising the institutionl had new. buiild ings erected :-?bout' 27. years. ago, equipped' them ,with the 'latest a.id the best miaclhinery and '.ppliances and placed it' uider the...
Think Of Verdun! [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Think Of Verdun! PARIS, Tuesday: "Ger mans, do you want to know France's answer to Leopold's capitulation?" as k e d a French radio announcer in a German broadcast. "Think of Verdun! We despise your offers for peace. The flower of German man hood lies on the battlefields of Northern France. Our troops are intact, and we have enormous resources of raw materials." Meanwhile the German radio commentator in a Ber lin broadcast warned 'his hearers that the Germans must be prepared to hear of heavy losses. In the last 19 days' the Germians have emplloyed many ruses, for. which we will be ready next time . Castle 'For "Leopold' 'Hitler has. given ing I eopold a castle as a temporary residence, Ber lin" radio .says. '.Cliiling: that aliproximntely 500,000 Belgians had surrendered; Berlin Radio' d said that ,HI'tler- hail. decided to tieat King -Leopold and his army. "with the consideration bra:,e nen deserv4." ' '"King Leopold surrenderled against. the ,wishes of tthe miajority of Ihis: Min...
Life In Japan Sidelights On Conditions [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Life In .Japan Sidelights On: Conditions A .most lnformative talk on Japan -was .?yven to the Gaul biburInaRoti~ari Cllub by?:Mr. J. M. .i'Dower,cwhohics?s paid:.that coun try, :seveial .visits in recent fThe ;cl-iimat;ei e h eminsded thiei? ;r'nge'o fmo iit tenisecold In thte 'Northern- Kuriles? t ?seni-tropical in uthe' southern' pniit of-Formosa The:fsoil; :was. o- the pooi-:sid? but fertility haiid lbeen iprovedil ill a.; achi eved by hthe ii ft:a nd industiy:of the Jjdpaiese: EeryIfoot oitof? latid, was' :ditivate'd carefully,: a?nd littlel pockets:of eiarth on biarren hill sides erre errace atiandl. tilled ';by. hiand The roadways -cere linied with fiuit trees. ILadidil u-lcft' cutiiciltv 'nfortec .o -ionire ltla ' i: a i-yi" r ri'evrict I to'. - l t-Stte - - rhe pi esent riolingHouse ;,t Japani ?;ais ifoihded :'n `the yeai?i 600' BC; lby tlie first emperor Jimmi Tei?io., 'The dompeior. still bore-the title '-"Teliibo.: The poetic title Mikado was' only used by. foreignrieis. ...
Reynaud To Leopold [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
Reynaud To. 'Leopold LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.): In announcing the surrender of the Belgian Army, the French Prem-' ier (M. Reynaud)i said:. "The Belgian Army laid' dovwn its arms by orderlof their King "The same King who appealed. to the Allies to come to his aid "The same King who6'last De. cember refused to agree to'staff talks with-the'Allies-' ' ' '.: "The same ;King who uintil the German invasion began profeased . equal faith :ri th'e word'of the Germans as in. the word of the 'Allies- : " , . S"This'same King, without con ,sideration, without" a :..word , of gratitude or admiration for, the Allied soldiers, has now handed over the Belgian-Army to'the in vader."'. ,
HERE ARE YOUR LINES, GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
HERE ARE YOUR LINES, GENERAL Director Fred Zinnemann shows Robert Warwick, en acting General von Hinden burg, his lines for his role in .the . Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film miniature, "Ash Can. Fleet." The 'film, pictures Shighlights in the life of David ; Biushnell, the inveltor of the 'depth'h bomb;, ;` homiin von SHihdednbiurg. naamed: respon : ;sible" fr Gerxmiany's' defeat : in '.he. World:, War. * '- . , .: .:L .:, . ,",-: -,-.,.. ·i ,, , ;;
LATE WAR NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 29 May 1940
LATE WAR NEWS. A inesAage from r:New York says thjtt Hitler may appoint Leopold to .a position of authority.;i The New Yorli Telegramn points ;out' that Leopold jeolpardisedl his country ?in:19306 when 1lie denounced .-the A'ngloFreiicl. ri'eaty: By his action he iehas greatly I hidiciiapped the Allies; .to 'whom, he atpealed so tardily foi hill.'. e : I; The Turkish papers pour nscor on his: ac'tion; while the SpSjaniis, press expresses Its :,surpri'se: T 'Italian press praises` Leopold:. :;The, La -Fayette :scadrille; i hich a0s (foriied? ' nbyAmeiaiaiil men ' hoWI vbolnteered for selvice nii n',Frhnsde iej foi:e 'Ameiis'a decliaied ewa; : ni : i ,:the Gient 'rii,: hiis exIpelledi Lindli?egh liecausse' l he' s _ lietrsed" 'aifid bhe niiidcheclkthe" hliihiui' Of' tlihe- escii Field: Marshal : Goerinq has 'stated;that because of alleged ill-. tred'tment, of , parachute troops: ,ill Frenrch ,airmen captured' will be:handcuffed andeplaced in iso: ;lation. 1,They will lose all prfvil, ...