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Dimitrov, Villain Of A New Trial FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Dimitrov, Villain Of A New Trial FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE TWO trials that shook the conscience of the world have stood out like signposts in the career of Georgi Dimi trov, 61-year-old Premier of Bulgaria. On Friday began a third, as 15 leaders of the Bulgarian Protestant Church faced a political trial designed to break all Church opposition to the Communist regime. Dimitrov, the man behind it, had made the complete turn around since he appeared in the Nazi-staged Reichstag fire trial of 1933. Then he was hailed by. the world as the innocent victim, the hero, the man who made Goering look a bully and fool. Published in the "New York Times" from the Italian newspaper "Candido," Milan "He's maintaining relations with the enemy.' 'T'O-DAY the roles are changed. The Goering of the Budapest trial of 1949 is Dimitrov himself, head of a Government already branded by the British Govern- ment as guilty of "judicial murder" of its Opposition leader. From the age of 15 Georgi Dimitrov has fought...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPEED RIDER MAY LOSE THUMB [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

SPEED RIDER MAY LOSE THUMB -» Sidecar-iider P Glynn may lose his Ielt thumb as a result ot an accident at the Spoils Ground Speed way last night While tuning his motor in the pits, Glynn caught his left hand in the chain Central District Ambulance took him to St Vincent s Hos- pital, where it was learned that an amputation may be necessary Although starting fiom 150 yards behind the gate. Jim Davies brilliant!) won the final of the sidecar open handicap Davies heat a field of five star speedway riders in 1 minute 21 seconds for the four laps Although he conceded big starts Davies got away well and passed several riders in the first lap He became trappen in between two cycles during the middle stages of the race, and he seemed to be in a hopeless posi- tion However, he broke thiough and went on to win by twenty yards from Les Smedley and Jack Clarke Stirs Solo Flying Nine 3 laps, flying start -rinal A 1 jssson 52s 1 J Armfleld 2 R Dticjan (fell) Sidecar Open Handicap, 4 taps clinch s...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS Spanish Guerillas Wrecked Luxury Express Train [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAI KS 'j Spanish Guerillas Wrecked Luxury Express Train FROM H. G. KIPPAX, RECENTLY IN SPAIN A TRAIN smash this month in Spain's wild and ?*?*. lonely Mora la Nueva region, south of Barcelona, reminded the world that resistance to the Franco regime, like a damp fuse, still spits and fizzes spasmodically. The derailed train was the Barcelona express from Madrid-which always carries rich and influential freight because only the rich and influential can afford to bribe their way on to it. Technicians discovered that wooden screws in the rails had been loosened. There could be no doubt that it was sabotage, the work of one of the bands of guerillas who still carry on the savage and hopeless struggle from their unassail- able mountain hide-outs against Franco. SPAIN to-day is a sluggish country. Laughter and vivacity and | traditional colour still play, like sunlight, on the surface of life there; but they are sunlight on a backwater. Life runs slowly, as slowly as ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REPORTED BY STEWARDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

REPORTED BY STEWARDS Stipendiary stewards at Can; terbury yesterday issued the following report: TWO-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP.-The stewards questioned O. Podmore'« handling of rcroc-loits I ass After Ink- ing evidence. IncludiiiK that of the trainer. F Allotta, and the owner, Mr K. Ranger, their explanation was ac- cepted. Podmore stated that his mount raced erratically practically throughout the race, and in the straight, continuing to race erratically, collided with Dark Sovereign (K Quinlan), thus plncing him at a dfsndv.int.iBC in handling his mount FIRST ASHBURY MIXED STAKES. Warrah Gift was withdrawn bv order of the stewards under Rule 72A. THE BURWOOD MIXED STkKT.S. On the_ recommendation of the icterlnary surgeon, Courage was ordered to be withdrawn under Rule 50 In the straight Veiled Arl, after rapldli Improsing his position, seercd in under pressure. Doon has ing to momentarily mop tiding him to straighten him up. FLYING HANDICAP.-Tile steward questioned the respective riders of...

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Tom's Glory Scores Eighth Win At W.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Tom's Glory Scores Eighth Win At W.P. < Tom's Glory, ^'"nc of the N.C.A. Stake at Went- worth Park last night, has now won eight of his 11 races on the track. At his other three starts he was placed second, and twice i was beaten only a head. His sequence of wins has earned mote than £500 in prize money for his owner-trainer, R. W. Leaney. Tom's1 Glory was always fav- ourite last night, despite solid backing foi Black Aero, Bright Agrícola, and Gladshot. He was quick to move, and took command at the first turn. , (Challenged first by Black Aero, then Bright Agrícola, -Tom's Gloiy just managed to hold off Gladshot, who came home fast. Wingeing Will, winner of the Woodstock Stake, ended a run of bad luck for his trainer, W. Mar- tin. Wingeing Will, a brilliant railcr, had been unplaced at his last six starts, ''chiefly because of his slowness from the boxes. He was given special tuition to overcome this fault, but dwelt again last night, and lost more than three lengths at ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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U.S. Taking "Atomic Bomb" On Manoeuvres From OUR WASHINGTON OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

U.S. Taking "Atomic Bomb" On i Manoeuvres From OUR WASHINGTON OFFICE A BOARD his amphibious ?**. force flagship Pocono (12,800 tons), Admiral "Spike" Blandy set out to sea last week from Norfolk, Virginia, to command the largest U.S. peace-time fleet manoeuvre in history. For the first time, full-scale manoeuvres will include simulated atomic attacks. It was natural, therefore, that Admiral Blandy, who is Comman der-in-Chief of America's Atlan- tic Fleet, was selected to direct the 120 ships and 35,000 men. He had already commanded the two "Crossroads Operations," the atomic bomb tests at Bikini in 1946. At that time he found the atom bomb "fully lived up to its awe- some reputation." But any idea that the Navy was obsolete was "deluded," he said. Now when Blandy gets to the Caribbean he will be able to test atomic weapons in conditions ap- proximating the real thing. . . . TTE will have the 45,000-ton *?* carrier Roosevelt, the 45,000 ton battleship Missouri, six new "Guppy Schnork...

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Snowy River Experts Save Starving Cow [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Snowy River Experts Save Starving Cow The timely arrival of two men exploring the Alps for the Snowy River Scheme, saved the life of a starving cow trapped in a hut in the heart of the Kosciusko ranges. The men, Messrs. H. Bandler and I. S. Watson, employees of the Water Conservation and Irri- gation Commission, found the cow trapped inside White's River Hut, one of the remotest huts in the alps. She had apparently entered the hut for shelter at night, and, in her efforts to get out, had knocked over a table, which fell against the door, and so barred the only means of escape. When the two men found her she had been without food for at least a week, and was pitiably weak and emaciated. In her frantic efforts to escape she had broken six chairs, a bunk, and damaged two mattresses, which will cost about £50 to re- place. When the men freed her from her temporary prison she stag- gered out into the snow-gum dot- ted valley, and nibbled grass with a voracious appetite. White's River Hut...

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Ate 256 Oysters To Try To Pay Doctors [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 27 February 1949

Ate 256 Oysters To Try To Pay Doctors         MELBOURNE, Saturday. - In a gamble to pay her doctors' bills, Maie Downie, 34, of Darlinghurst Road, King's Cross, Sydney, flew to Melbourne yesterday to try to eat 30 dozen oysters in one hour. While 400 people watched this afternoon at the Melbourne Oyster Supply Cafe, Miss Downie, a slim brunette, ate tray after tray of raw oysters. She gave up after 21 dozen and four. Miss Downie stood to win £ 100 which had been offered by the cafe proprietor, Mr. Theo Marmaras, for anyone who can beat the Australian record of 30 dozen in one hour. "I've had a long series of ill- nesses," Miss Downie explained. "The doctors' bills have been mounting up. I took a gamble on this to try and get square." Mr. Marmaras will pay Miss Downie's expenses on the Mel- bourne trip. He said: "She put up the best show for a woman I have ever seen." Three hours after the attempt, Miss Downie felt hungry again. She...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

UNE of the world's fascinating studies is tht evolution of architecture - civil, domestic and Industrial. Industrial architecture has, in the past, sacrificed beauty of design to hard practical needs and econ omy, but it is now realised that these qualities can go hand In hand. In the graceful curves and ultra simplicity of modern design is a reflection of the wonderful traditions of ancient Greek culture. LVERY man's home is his castle and deserves good protection. This is one of the most important services that INSURANCE can offer. Arc your home and possessions adequately covered against loss through fire, burglary or storm? You can Invest In this protection for comparatively small outlay with an economical policy from the Manufacturers' oMutual Insurance Ltd. For details on any type of General Insurance business, write, 'phone or call the Manufacturers' Mutual. Personal Accident and Sickness . . . . Loss of Profit. . . Fire . . . Plu vi us . .. Hail and Crop . . . Motor Vehicle ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

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A Barometer Of Week's Share Moves RISES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

A Barometer Of Week's Share Moves RISES Lus-* \V**k*« Sale. Riso. Electric L. A P. 26/ .. 1/9 A. E. Goodwin '.. 16/3 .. /6 Bitumen & OH . 26/9 .. /9 BllRh Inv. pr. 9/3 .. /7 Bradford rts. S/3 .. /6 Caldwell's . 26/6 .. 1/ Comtcx . 10/ .. 1/ Davison Paints . 8/6 .. /9 E. Dunlop rts. 15/6 .. 1/ Fell & Textiles . 57/ .. 1/6 Hotel Sydney ........ 24/6 .. t/ Howard Auto. 28/6 .. 1/9 Woolcord Fsbric» . 20/ .. 2/6 R,M. Concrete . 19/10W.. 1/1W Samuel Allen . 25/9 .. /9 United Ptovision» . 14/ .. 1/ Vesta Battery . 23/ .. 1/ Cutlencora! . 1/2 .. li N.G. Gold .-.. 2/3 , .. /4 FALLS Green s Products H McKcniic Illawarra Coke Impression Textiles Mort s Dock Paget Mfrs Rtibtex I nit Site ?>5/i 24 9 17/ 2/1 /6 /5 Mt North B H Zinc Corp Punsah Oriomo 5/ 19/9 78/9 £7'/i 15/9 2/7 HOW LFADERS FARED Closing >» eck Market h 78/9 b , 79/ s Burns Philp CSR Electro Zinc 49/6 W9 b 57/6 s 77/ £61V* 7V3 Variation Stcidy Was /9 nicher earlier In week Up /6 Up 1/ »ince be ' coming fully ...

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RELIGION AND LIFE Rudeness Endangers Social Life [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

plELÏGION AND UFE 11 I Rudeness Endangers Social Life By TJie Rev. Alan Walker J WOULD like to launch a new movement on the world -a Society for Living Grac- iously. Its purpose would be to challenge the harsh- ness, the rudeness and the selfishness which have in- fected our sociat life ' and taken away some of the pleasantness of living to- gether. Its membership would, of course, be open to all. There would be no fee to join. Best of all, no meetings'would ever be held. Rules of membership would be simple, yet far reaching. Members would have to vow to go out into the life of each day armed with a smile and the soft answer which turneth away wrath. The scene of operation would be' the crowded city tram at peak hours, and on both sides of the counter in the butcher's shop at the corner, and around the break- fast table the morning after the night before. It would be a movement of all who would join for the prevention of cruelty to each other. It would set out to encourage the art o...

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SILENCE IN RUSSIAN PRESS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

SILENCE IN RUSSIAN PRESS There has been consider- able speculation about Moscow's announcement in Western capitals. Moscow itself gave no help. The bare announcement over Moscow Radio was followed by an equally bare announcement in the Moscow Press. Neither the Communist Party paper, "Pravda," nor the Govern- ment paper, "'Izvestia," carried any comment. "Jzvestia's" main editorial was headed: "Glorious'"' Soviet Women." Jn Berlin, the official Soviet VISHINSKY MOVES UP -P. 7 licensed newspaper, "Taegliche Rundschau," published only the brief Tass report about the changes. None of the other Russian licensed morning newspapers even mentioned them. j "Moved Up One" In Paris to-day, Victor Krav chenko, author of the anti-Soviet best-seller, "1 Chose Freedom," said he considered Molotov had moved up one place to relieve Stalin of some of his duties. He said this would give Stalin a freer hand to develop foreign policy. Kravchenko is now suing the Communist paper, "Les Lettres Françaises...

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Wearne's 6-15 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

Wearne's 6-15 . G. Wearne, .Gordon's medium-pace bowler, took six vwickets for 15 against Randwick at Coogee yester- day, from 9.2 overs. He twice narrowly missed the hat-trick. Wearne maintained a good length throughout, and had all batsmen in trouble. In an afternoon of dreary batting. Randwick could 'only total 115 in its first innings and 3-56 in its second innings. Only four fours were hit in the team's first innings. GORDON. First Innings, 324. RANDWICK, First Innings, W. COLE, c Carroll, b Tickle, 10 W. SOUTH, c Tickle, b Wearne, 31 J. CHEGWYN. b Ryan . 33 A. BU-RT. b Giddey . 22 W. ELLISON, c Delarue. b Wearne . 5 G. POWELL, b Wearne . 1 J. HADLEY, b Wearne .... 4 W. BEATH, b Wearne . 0 L. Cartwright, not out . 3 R. LEDWIDGE, lbw, b Wearne, 0 W. DONALDSON, absent ,. 0 Sundries . 6 Total.Til Bottling! J. Lush, 0-13: K. Ryan, 1-9; R. Giddey, 1-46: R. Tickle. 1-11-, A. Delarue, 0-15; G. Wearne. 6-15. Second Innings. J. CHEGWYN, c Lush, b Tickle, 8 W. SOUTH, c Mendl, b Wearne, 5...

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'Australian Team Did Not Pay Hotel Bill' [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

'Australian Team Did Not Pay Hotel Bill' -«. LONDON, March 5 (A.A.P.)J -The secretary of the British Amateur Swimming Association, Mr. H. E. Fern, said-last night that, unless the Australian Ama- teur Swimming Union pays a hotel bill it incurred when the Australian Olympic team was in England last year, he will report the matter to the International Swimming Federation. Mr. Fern told an association meeting at Brighton that, at the request of the secretary of the Australian Swimming Union, Mr. Berge Phillips, he booked hotel accommodation at Scar- borough for the Australian swim- mers who were to appear at the national championships carnival. Mr. Phillips cancelled the visit because of illness in the team. The hotel proprietor charged Mr. Fern £60. He paid it on legal advice' and I handed the bill to Mr. Phillips. [ Mr. Fern said Mr. Phillips had since ignored urgent requests for settlement.

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Crowd Only Wanted Sir Donald Injury May Prevent Last Innings [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

Crowd Only Wanted Sir Donald -. Injury May Prevent Last Innings ADELAIDE, Saturday. -Don Bradman failed to" draw the expected crowd for the A. J. Richardson Testimonial match this afternoon. He was out for a scratchy 30, a half-hour after play re- sumed. The attendance to-day was only 9,957. Yesterday a disap- pointing attendance of 3,270 was at the ground. A further blow for the Testi- monial organisers came late this afternoon, when Bradman, field- ing a ball at square-leg, trod on it. He twisted an ankle, and had to be assisted from the field for attention by a masseur. , Later he limped from the ground, but was reluctant to say whether he would be able t£ bat in South Australia's second innings. Illness Hits Players Shield batsman Bill Don- aldson was unable to play for Randwick against Gor- don at Coogee yesterday. He has pneumonia. R. Werner was out of the Gordon side. He is in hos- pital with appendicitis. The ankle is the one he in- jured near the end of the 1938 tour of Eng...

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U.S. Unemployment Highest Since War [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

U.S. Unemployment Highest Since War -« WASHINGTON, March 5¡ (A.A.P.).-There were 3,200,000 unemployed in the United States! in February, the highest since the I war, official Census Bureau figures I reveal. . The figure is 550,000 higher than the January figure, 1,250,000 higher than the December figure, and 600,000 higher than the figure for February, 1948.

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Other Grades SECOND GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

Other Grades SECOND GRADE. Western Suburbs, 340, drew with Rand, wick. 7-278. Petersham, 5-315. beat Northern Dis- tricts, 226 and 1-44. Waverley, 261, beat St. George, 231. Manly, 196, beat "uddington, l18 and 5-95. Glebe, 7-337, decs., and 3-55, beat Marrickville, 112. Cumberland, 163 and 7-97, beat Bal- main, 113 and 114, . THIRD GRADE. Western Suburbs, 3-105 and 4-77, beat Petersham, 99 and 79. Randwick, 268, beat Paddington, 150 and 4-121, on first innings. Western Suburbs, 2-105. decl., and 5-74, beat Petersham, 99 and 79. St. George, 246, beat Marrickville, 218. Northern Districts, 350 and 6-90, beat Manly, 166. North Sydney, 268, beat Glebe, 42 and 33. Cumberland, 183 and 4-55, beat Bal- main, 94 and 167. on first Innings. FOURTH GRADE. Western Suburbs, 6-234, decl., beat Petersham. 77 and 117. ' Glebe, 235, beat Randwick, 97 and 89. Mosman, 5 for 95, decl., and 4 for 42, beat St. George, 86 and 57, on the first innings. Paddington, 148, 3-102, beat Balmain, 86 and 153. - : ...

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U.S. Arrests Soviet Delegate As Spy [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

U.S. Arrests Soviet Delegate As Spy -« NEW YORK, March 5 (A.A.P.).-The F.B.I, to-day arrested a member of the Russian delegation to UNO and a woman employee of the U.S. Department of Justice on a charge of stealing Government records. The U.S. Attorney-General, Mr. Tom Clark, said in Washington that F.B.I, men followed the Department of Justice errtployee, Miss Judith Coplón, 27, from Washington to New York. They trapped her when she made contact with the Russian UNO delegate, Valentine A. Gubitchev, 32. Miss Coplón is described as good-looking, about five feet tall, with long jet-black hair and large brown eyes. Mr. Clark added: "When they were arrested on a street corner it was found that Coplón had concealed in her purse a flat package containing type-written summaries of information taken from confidential documents in- volving security data and restric- ted information. "The information had been planted and was of no major value." Mr. Clark said the Federal employee loyalty che...

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SCOREBOARD FOR G.P.S. COMPETITION RIVERVIEW v SCOTS RIVERVIEW, First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949

SCOREBOARD FOR G.P.S. COMPETITION RIVERVIEW v SCOTS RIVERVIEW, First Innings. D. MCNAMARA, C Edwards, .b Klefcl . 50 E. KELLY, c ScaiT, b Sharrock 2 NV. LOVE, c Scall, b Klcfcl . 37 I. POWELL, c and b Klefcl U J. HENDERSON, c Klcfcl, b Hunier . 19 A. BURGE, c Sharrock, b Klcfcl 29 R. HARPER, c Pyrkc, b Murray 19 j. MCDONALD, C Cox, b Hunter. 4 J. BRYANT, ¿ Sharrock, b Edwards« . 0 T. JOHNSON, not out . 26 J. CUSACK, b Murray . 0 Sundries. 11 Total . 208 Bowling: R. Middleton, 0-10; R. Shar- rock, 1-14; P. Klcfcl, 4-80; B. Cox. 0-19: W. Murray. 2-9; W. Hunter, 2-40; R. Joncs, 0-4; P. Edwards. 1-21. Second Innings. J. PONVELL, run out . 0 E. KELLY, not oui . 0 One wicket for . 0 Bowling: W. Murray, 0-0. SCOTS, First Innings, B. COX. c Burge, b Johnson . 39 P. EDWARDS, lbw, b McDonald 2 R. SCAFF. lbw, b Burge .... 27 R. JENES, c McNamara, b Burge . S P. KIEFEL, c Henderson, b Harper . 19 W. MURRAY, b McDonald . 60 J. PYRKE, c and b Burge .. 6 W. HUNTER, st Bryant, b Henderson . 2 A. WH...

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