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In This Issue [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
In This Issue | News : Home, Foreign, pp. 1, 3, 4, 5« Pictures, p. 5. Women, pp. 13, 14, 15, 16. Sport: Turf News, pp. 17, l8, 19, 20. Athletics, p. 21. Cricket, p. 22. Bowls, p. 23. Golf, p. 21. Rugby League, p. 23. Ossie Fickworth, p. 24. Editorial: I Leading Article, Candid Com- ment, Casual Converse, Rush io Libraries, Cartoon, p. 2. Features : Spotlight, pp. 7, $ 9. Wide-World, p. 6. Politics, p. 6. Books, Music, Theatre, p. 10. Religion, Finance, p. 11. Radio, Films, p. 12. Novel: Between Pages 8 and 9. Magazine: Fashions, Medicine, Gardening, Cooking, Story, Crossword. Comic Strips: Penny, Skeets, The Saint, etc. "Playtime": Comics, Competitions, Puzzles. Competition Result-p. 5 (News Section).
WIN A £10 PRIZE FOR THE PUZZLES BELOW [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
WIN A £10 PRIZE FOR THE PUZZLES BELOW AU points gained in to-day's competitions will add to your score for the bicycle, tmlch and ten cash atvards which are prizes in the big "Herald" Club competition ending on April 29. Post your .entries to reach the Editor, "Playtime," Box 5026, G.P.O., Sydney, N.S.W., by Friday, March 11. Results of to-day's competitions will be published in next Sunday's "Herald." ' The member ^wh© sends the best set of entries for the three puzzles on this page may choose a prize*from the list below, or select anything else of last ing value costing £10. Competitions are open only to members of the "Herald Junior" Club. If you do* no1 already belong, post to us the membership form be- low. You may send first competition entries with your form. Club membership is free and open to all boys and girls 16 years and under 16.
SAVAGE ORGIES BY LONDON "VAMPIRE" Slayer's Cult Revived [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
SAVAGE ORGIES BY LONDON "VAMPIRE" Slayer's Cult Revived STAFF CORRESPONDENT LONDON, March S. Members of London's underworld say that the acid-bath murderer - now known to the horrified British public as the "vam- pire killer" - belonged to a circle of perverts led by Neville Heath, the sadistic murderer. He is known to have been a friend of Heath, who was hanged in 1946 for the murder of two young women. At the time of Heath's trial, a Chelsea doctor testified in his defence that Heath was a victim of "moral insanity." Later the doctor committed suicide. At the inquest it was revealed that he was in the habit of taking drugs. In Chelsea it is common talk ! that Heath was a prominent mem- ber of a degenerate group who indulged in vicious and cruel sexual orgies. Many of them were drug ad- dicts. They believed in cruelty as a cult. Chelsea Meetings Here is the story which was told yesterday in a public-house in Chelsea, in a side street less than a mile from a hotel where the police h...
Will Go Back To Japanese Wife Legally Or "Some Other Way" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Will Go Back To Japanese Wife Legally Or "Some Other Way" Keith Morrison, 23, a former B.C.O.F. soldier, yes- terday said that if he could not legally return to his Jap anese wife he would find I some other way. Morrison arrived in Sydney yes- terday in the Duntroon. The Army deported him from Japan as an illegal immigrant. The picture above shows him (centre) with two B.C.O.F. soldiers who have married Japanese girls -Private Pat Staplyton, 28 (left), of Eberly Street, Bondi Junction, and Private Kenneth Gibbons, 25, of South Melbourne. Morrison, of Kentville Avenue, Annandale, said more than 30 soldiers oí the 422 in the Dun- troon had married Japanese girls. He said: "I went to Japan in Feb- ruary, 1946, with the B.C.O.F. "In March I met my wife in Kure. We were married in a small Shinto temple near Kure,''in October of that year. / "We lived together until July, 1947, when I was returned to Aus- tralia for my discharge. STOWED AWAY "After being discharged in Syd- ney, I decided ...
IT WORKS THIS WAY HOW AN ICE RINK IS FROZEN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
_fy ANSON GILCHRIST HOW AN ICE RINK IS FROZEN DURSE YOUR LIPS, AS IF YOU ARE GOING TO WHISTLE, AND r BLOW - YOUR BREATH IS COLD. OPEN YOUR MOUTH WIDE AND HUFF, AND YOUR BREATH IS WARM. WHEN YOU WHISTLETHE STREAM OF AIR IS COLD BECAUSE THE DROPLETS OF MOISTURE IN YOUR BREATH EVAPORATE. BUT WHEN YOU HUFF THE DROPLETS DO NOT EVAPORATE. TRY IT IN FRONT OF A MIRROR. YOU WILL FIND YOUR BREATH STAYS WARM. THIS IS THE SORT OF THING WHICH HAPPENS IN A REFRIGERATOR. AMMONIA, WHICH IS ORDINARILY A GAS, IS COMPRESSED AND LIKE YOUR BICYCLE PUMP WHEN YOU PUMP UP A TYRE, BECOMES HOT. A SHOWER IN THE MACHINERY ROOM THEN COOLS THE AMMONIA TO A LIQUID BY SPRAYING WATER OVER THE PIPES WHICH CARRY IT. THE LIQUID IS BLOWN THROUGH A SMALL HOLE IN AN "EVAP- ORATOR" INTO A COIL OF PIPES SURROUNDED BY BRINE. AS THE AMMONIA EVAPORATES IT COOLS DOWN THE BRINE AROUND THE PIPES. AMMONIA IS USED BECAUSE IT TAKES AWAY SUCH A LOT OF HEAT AS IT EVAPORATES, AND MAKES THE BRINE COLDER THAN ICE. BRINE IS USED AS IT FR...
To Demonstrate Golf Strokes [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
To Demonstrate Golf Strokes -. I Leading professional golfers will give an exhibition of strokes on the practice fairway of the Australian Golf Club on Tuesday, March 29. , The professionals, who later in ihe week will play in the Mc- williams Wines £2,500 tourney, will give demonstrations for two hours from 2.30 p.ni. A small charge for admission is to be made by the promoters.
State Titles SENIOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
State Titles SENIOR, 880yds Relav: Rotanr (8m 12s), 1: Northern Suburbs, 2. Western Suburbs, 3. (J Schwede, W. Couell. R. Mitchell, D. Gleeson ) 4 x 220vds relnvi Northern Suburbs (lm 30.3s), 1; University, 2, Western Suburbs, 3. (R. Adamson. R. Solomon, D. Watts. J. Forsythe ) One mile medley rcl»)! Western Sub- urbs (3m 33.6s), l! University. 2; Nor- thern Suburbs,, 3. (M. Maloney, N. Lucas, N. LeArchcr, J. Plummer.) JUNIOR Junior 220yds hurdles-1st heat R Burke (Bot) 1 P Powell (ES) 2 M Rolhsvcll (N S ) 1 2nd heal O Gedge (St G> (28 2s) 1 N Hume (S S ) 2 \\ Do vn (N S ) 3 Final G Ccdge (St G) (29 4s) 1 R Burke (Bot ) 2 M Rothwell (N S) 3 (Australian and NSW Junior Record ) Pole vault R Thomas (MP) (lift» 1 A Lnsvrcnce (Bot ) 2 R Millington (MP) 3 Discus throw! T Mullins (M P ) (106ft 4ln) I W Yates (Hamilton) 2 M romcnko (N S ) 3 High Jump K McMahon (WS) (5Í1 Bin) 1 S Davie» (WS) 2 D Orch-ird (P tia) 3 One mile walkt W Camden (Uni ) (7m 7s) 1 E Edwards (WS) 2 J Webster (WS) 3 ...
DOWN THE FAIRWAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
U DO WM TUE FAIR WA YS I I|_BV PROSPER ELLIS_Jj Kogarah Council supplies a useful public need in the Beverley Park links. Last year, 55,520 players, club members and the pub lie, used the course. The greens, though small, are well designed and in good condi- tion, but the fairways in places need further attention. Roy Plant is the stylist and possibly the best player among the members, but long-hitting Jim Croke claimed the champion- ship last year. His strokes seem a little curtailed at impact. Fred Connolly and new mem- ber G. Poolman cannot be taken lightly. Bill Mcwilliam, the local pro | fcssional, is keen on supplying service to schoolboys He offeis, to give short lessons to those under 15 free of charge. A schoolboys' championship was held recently at Beverley Park Bert Brewer, the council's engineer, and keen committccm.in at Bonnie Doon, no doubt mixes business with pleasure when deal- ing with matters relating to the upkeep and improvement of the Beverley Park course . . *...
OLYMPIAN BEATEN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
OLYMPIAN BEATEN ? AUCKLAND (N.Z.), Saturday] (A.A.P.-Reuter). - Australian [Olympic . representative Shirley I Strickland, was beaten convine ingly by S. Hardman, of Otago, and R. Dowman, of Auckland, in the women's 100 yards final at the National athletic cham- pionships to-day. The title-holder. Miss Hard- man, won by half a yard from Miss Dowman, who shaded Shir- ley Strickland. The time was 11 3 seconds. Miss Strickland later won the 80 metres hurdles in the New /ealiuid record time of 117 seconds, 3 seconds better than the existing record Miss Strickland won the 220 yards by about three yards in 25 7 seconds, but was placed thud in the 75 yards-behind Miss Hardman and Miss Dow man The lime was 8 6 seconds RISU1TS-High lump McKenzie (Waikato) 6ft 1 (svon on count back) Borland (Canterbury) 6ft 2 Mullins (Ausirnila) and Jeffries (Olago)i 5ft Oin I 220sds hurdles Smilh (Wclllnglon) I Goodacre (Australia) 2 Williams (Can(erbury) 3 Time 24 8s Australia sson mile relay In 3m 35 9s 44...
RECOVERY BY AFRICA [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
RECOVERY BY AFRICA PORT ELIZABETH, March 5 (A.A.P.).-South Africa began badly in the final Test match against England. . After losing Eric Rowan and Viljoen in-the first half-hour, at lunch two wickets were down for a slow. 63. Bruce Mitchell and Nourse,- in an unfinished partnership, have added 50 for the third wicket. SOUTH AFRICA, First Innings.-B. Mitchell, not otu. 20¡ E. Roscan, c Watkins, b Gladsvin, Jj K. Viljoen, b Bcdser, 2! A. TJ. Nourse. not out, 36¡ sundries, 2. Two svlckels for 63.
Smart Tailored Suit For Autumn CHECK AND CHIC [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Smart Tailored Suit For Autumn A suit of Mack, Mue ana beige check woolie» or . ptatd com- bining several colours is a accessary item I« the ¡iwtunM wardrobe. PATTERNS are 1/3 each and can be obtained from "The Sunday - Herald" Pattern Department, 5th Fluor, Herald Buildin« (Pitt Street entrance), or by post. They are available for one month from dale of publication. ORDER FORMS SHOULD BE PRE- SENTED WITH EACH ORDER OVER THE COUNTER OR ENCLOSED WITH APPLICATIONS ttV POST. « Send postal applications to "Hie Sunday Herald" Pattern Ser- vice. Box 506, G.P.O., Sydney, enclosing postal note for 1/3 for each pattern ordered. GIVE THE PATTERN NUMBER, SIZE, YOUR FULL NAME AND ADDRESS. V CHECK AND CHIC S.H.5416 This attractive suit may be worn just as it is foi autumn days, and under a coat when wintei winds blow colder. A good, choice of material would be a checked wool to set off the smart pockets which are cut on the cross, and the turn- back cuffs to match in bracelet length. . Clever us...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
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The Three Musketeers Hollywood's Third Version of Famous Story is Two Million Dollars' Worth of Technicolour. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
The Three Musketeers Hollywood's Third Version of Famous Story is Xwo Million Dollars' Worth of ' Technicolour. ^^m^-~ ILLUSTRATED BY THORA Constance restrains the quick-tempered D'Artagnan in "The Three Musketeers." IN 1921, Douglas Fairbanks leapt across the silent screen as the fearless D'Aitagnan, beatme the air with his sword. His fencing master was scream- ing abuse from the sidelines, but Fairbanks knew what the world wanted from a swordsman, plenty of dash and enthusiasm, not skill. He set a pace for all screen heroes. Behind him clattered the ihree Musketeers, Eugene Palette as Aramis, George Seigman as Porlhos, Leon Barry as Athos. Lovely Barbara Lamar fluttered her long lashes as Milady. Of that original cast only Eugene Palette and Adolphe Menjou, who played a dapper Louis XIII, are still in Holly- wood. Barbara Lamar died after a severe slimming stunt. Fair- banks and Seigman are also dead. Leon Barry disappeared in 1929 and has not been heard of since. In 1935 R.K.O. p...