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SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS New Blow At Wearied Greeks [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

SPOTLIGHT ON WORLD AFFAIRS New Blow At Wearied Greeks From H. G. KIPPAX, Recently In Athens Greek Communist guerillas struck again last week al a war-wearied people, taking savage toll of the mountain town of Naoussa. The week, loo, saw 88-year-old Soph oui i s back as Premier after new political squabblings. The men of Athens, who once gave the world democracy, no longer seemed to under stand it. TiHE people of Athens were asking two questions at the end 0/ an eventful week. The first question was topical: Why - did bull-necked, bashful King Paul, having seemed to be about to give his war-torn country the lead it had been waiting for, toss the Premiership back again lo 88-ycar-old Themistoclcs Sop houlis? The second question, long popular among foreign observers and now more,urgcnt than ever, was: How much longer will the weary Greek people endure a war, now in its ninth year, that/shows no prospect of ending? . . . I^HOSE were the questions in Athens-the Athens where a few thousan...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Franco Ghione Gives Fine Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPEEDWAY SMASH Car's Double Somersault [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Significant Events Of The Week [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Significant Events Of The Week By COLIN BINGHAM '"PHE Asian Conference, now meeting in New Delhi, and 4 in whose proceedings the Aus i' tralian Government precipi lately and unwisely involved itself, has a significance beyond the passing of judgment on Dutch "Imperialism" in Indo- nesia. A more important question at the conference nAw seems to be whether the nineteen nations concerned will form a permanent "Asian* bloc"-that is, a group of Asiatic countries primarily concerned with the protection and furtherance of Asiatic interests. There is nothing to be said against regional associations. In fact they arc welcomed as a part of world organisation for peace-so long as they arc in accord with the principles a{ the United Nations Charter. The Western Union now in process of formation, and the Pan-American bloc, meet that requirement, and no doubt an Asian grouping could do like- wise. But White Australia is not an Asiatic country, and her . place is not with an Asian bloc, no matter ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
China's Leader Drops Hopeless Task FROM JACK PERCIVAL IN SHANGHAI [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

China's Leader Drops Hopeless Task FROM JACK PERCIVAL IN SHANGHAI WHEN President Chiang Kai-shek stepped down from office on Friday, the last barrier to the Chinese Commu nists was down. Cabinet was ready for peace terms. Long before, Chiang had lost his lustre to the masses, and his Kuomintang party was ready to crumple up completely. His armies had lost hundrcas of thousands of men through desertion. His American-trained Air Force, when it went into action at all, had timidly dropped bombs from 5,000 feet against an enemy that had no anti-aircraft guns to strike back with. When it tried to drop rice to beleaguered comrades, it had dropped it from 10.000 feet through the clouds, until Honan Province looked like the after- math of a huge wedding celebra- tion. There -were other reasons why Chiang lost. Since the end of World War li, China had produced no leaders to win popular support. It had hung on to old generals who had lost battle after battle, had raked in fortunes from the Tr...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Trainer Complains To Starter FOX VALLEY LEFT Barrier Incident [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Trainer Complains To Starter^ FOX VALLEY LEFT BEHIND -,-a_ Barrier Incident Fox Valley High In The Air BY JOHN SCHOFIELD Trainer D. Lewis complained to the starter, Mr. J. Gaxieu, after the First Parramatta Mixed Stakes field had been despatched without Fox Valley at Rosehill yesterday. Fox Valley played up at the start, and finally threw his rider, K. Birrer, who was injured. Mr. Gaxieu did not send for a substitute rider, but sent the field away. Fox Valley was in the starter's hands, and his backers therefore lost their money without a run. He was among the outsiders of the field, but had a few supporters at odds of 25-1. Fox Valley remained at about 25-1 throughout the betting. The totalisator issued the squivalent of 262 tickets (5/ each) on him for a win and 729 for a place. Lewis, who trains Fox Valley, claimed after the race that Mr. Gaxieu should have waited for a substitute rider to be weighed out. Mr. Gaxieu replied: "The horse should not have been there. He could not be ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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COMMENT BY THE SPORTS STAFF [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

COMMENT «V THE SPOHTS STAFF A N "Australian" bowls side ?*?"*? sails for New Zealand on Thursday, and socially the visit should be a great success. But it won't give New Zealand the best impression of our bowling strength. The Australian Bowling Council's version of amateur- ism is so rigid that it won't pay a penny towards living ex- penses of members of the team. Only those who can afford to take time off from work and pay all out-of-pockets arc eligible. Many officials would sanc- tion allocations by individual clubs towards the expenses of players whose skill is greater than their bank balances. But the same officials reject suggestions that the initiative in creating a fund should come from the governing body, through a small levy. * * * T~\ESPITE Andre Fame *-' chon's win over Frank Flannery in Melbourne on Fri- day, boxing fans are uncon- vinced thatJ the French visitors are world champions. , Since Dawson toppled light- weight idol Vic Patrick,1 Sta- diums Ltd. has been care...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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Hoots For Romany King Distress Owner [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Hoots For Romany King Distress Owner Distressed by heckling: when Romany King- ran second in the Flying Handicap at Rosehill yesterday, breeder-owner-trainer Frank Ludlow declared: "When you win they hoot, and when you're beaten they hoot What do they wantr Southern Districts trainer, i P. J. Mcintyre, who pre pared the winner, Clipper, believed the' demonstration was aimed at his horse. "What's the matter with that lot," he demanded while waiting for the correct-weight flag to be hoisted. The heckling was confined to a small section of the crowd in the paddock. Romany King was the centre of another angry demonstration, at Randwick on January 1 after he had won the Flying Handicap. At Rosehill yesterday Romany King ran a typical race. He staged a magnificent finishing run from the turn but was unable to overhaul Clipper. What the demonstrators did not see was that Romany King lugged in about half a furlong from the post. But for having to stop riding momentarily at this stage, he wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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N.Z.STARS MAY RACE HERE OUR SPECIAL REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

N.Z.STARS MAY RACE HERE OUR SPECIAL REPORTER. WELLINGTON % (N.Z.), Saturday.-New Zealand's outstanding , three-year-old, Tauloch,^ is almost certain to race in Sydney this year. Tauloch's owner, Mr. W. S. Gooseman, may also bring his brilliant two-year-old colt, Gold Script. Tauloch has carried all before him. in New Zealand this season, and there are now very few suit- able weight-for-age races for him here. If both colts visit Sydney it will be the strongest invasion of New Zealand horses to Australia since 1905. In that year New Zealand horses scooped the pool at Rand- wick. Gold Script, who js by Gold Nib, has won four successive races. Experts say he is the best youngster produced in the Dominion for many years. Mr. Gooseman is a New Zea- land Memher of Parliament and a. non-bettor.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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NEW FILM 'Walls Of Jericho' [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

NEW FILM \ -? j;WaLU Of Jerickcr PDS is "i EJeeiT-n-ace ceded piecs zóotrc the rnaHgxant pc^er oí gossip in 2. oat-bans An-eñsn ÍO-STÍ £sd the coe Kxsadess deceits hy wnkn a fiÊhry and ambttiocs wife seeks to «ia a gjamoroos poíiricaí ? career for her dope of a hbsfeancL ! The wife, of coarse, is^nter : ested in tfce gfanmar of poüücs » rather than in pcôBc service, and S furthers her cods by spreading ¡ wínspers rial assaB ti¿ worthiness ? sod inieznry of ber instand*! , rrsost bcccarabie opponents. Lanar Troai's deserij drafted scripc based on a nove" by Paal > WeOniaa, pets té« dramatic ' enjpóasá on. a monier trial in * which, by the macfcrnaiioos of the ia3y meoîiooed above, aQ ques tioîîs of nalke for the hniccecc defendant beccwne baned in a poiitical smear-campaign acoot 'the morals of lise defendant*! coonseL 1 John M- Stabl"s direction, cap- tores tee atmospfcere of smali town life compassionately-Es ! narrowness, ia dullness, and its I sotid honesty. Quiet sincerity an...

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"GOOD FOR CHINA" Resignation Of Chiang [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

"GOOD FOR CHINA" Resignation Of Chiang The resignation of Gene- ralissimo Chiang Kai-shek was-a good thing for China, Mrs. A. Hotchkiss, a refugee from China, said when she arrived in the Soochow yesterday. She is the wife of Mr. H." I. Hotchkiss, an official at the Netherlands Embassy, Peiping. She brought her seven-year old daughter. Angelina, with her. Mrs. Hotchkiss said the Com- munists had changed their policy of hostility to foreigners and no»v welcomed them and their capital. They were anxious to take all cities intact and had warned against "scorched earth" actions. ACTOR'S NEPHEW Another Soochow passenger, Mr. H. C. J. Asche, nephew of the late Oscar Asche, returned to Australia after an absence of 27 years. In his earlier years in China he was a missionary. Mr. Asche wjll take up a teach- ing appointment at Brighton Grammar School, Melbourne. His wife and son, David, accom- panied bim. Commander H. F. Robertson« Aikman, R.N., has come from Hong Kong to spend his foreign s...

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RABBIT PLAGUE THREATENS SHEEP INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

¡RABBIT PLAGUE THREATENS SHEEP INDUSTRY A WAITING: «R; «ait outside rabbit-proof fences in New South Wales. When they get through they destroy vegetation and cause soil erosion. ¿TRAPPED: «.» bits vere driven into a trap in a corner of a paddock near Warren. It took only liulf-mi-liour's heating to trap them. Trapping is pro- fitable and the sheep industry is losing manpower because of this. * In 1947-8 Australian wool was worth £. 155,547,893-rabbitskins about £9 million. |>T AY» This picture was^. j. Ltixi. (akcn in |hc^ central west of New South Wales. > Lambs are dying there because rabbits have eaten all the nourish- ing food. Rabbits graze c|osely. Tliey eat the best feed. One rabbit eats about one-sixth the amount çaten by a sheep. ^TRAPPER: J?rt"j; Cowra, is one of the hundreds of trappers in N.S.W. À EI^NCF* Rabbits have invaded the field on the left. The rabbit-proof fence has protected the field on rfS *? *-Ji-~^<*~i* the right. During the war, rabbit-pro...

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RACE NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES TRAINER KNEW HIS FILLY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

I RACE NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES TRAINER KNEW HIS FILLY Dowager's wide barrier position -No. 23^-in the fillies' Two-Year Old Maiden Handicap at Rosehill yes- terday did not shake trainer F. » Dalton's conviction that she would win. Stable followers, however, were not so confident, and Dowager eased from 8 to 1 io 12 to 1. She justified the trainer's con fidance, winning the race from Primrose (7-1) and Silver Bream . (12-1). . . Lucky aspects of the win were the bad starts made by the favourite, School Star (5-2) and the second favourite, > Lady Oxford (3-1). School Star was last to get going, losing several lengths from the gate start. ' She finished seventh with a tremendous run on the inside of the field. ) Her jockey, A. Ward, had diffi- culty in getting a run through the field. . Lady Oxford, who was having her first start, made a bad job of striking top speed at the jump out, and was soon lost in the ruck. She finished 12th. Dowager is raced by Mr. H. C. Stevenson, a Boorowa p...

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THIS WIDE WORLD — NEWS FROM HERE AND THERE No Ban On Rita Hayworth [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

I THIS WIDE WORLD- I ** NEWS FKOM H EUE AN D TH EUE ** -.-_-__-j, No Ban On Rita Hayworth NEW YORK.-Suggestions by several Melbourne clergymen that films showing Rita Hayworth should be ban ned have found no echo in the United States. This came out clearly from an extensive survey by the "Herald's" New York office. Miss Hayworth's widely publi- cised romance with Prince Aly Khan (son of the Aga Khan) has created a moral problem which Americans recognise clearly. At their current conference in Florida all film company heads are discussing not only Rita Hay RITA HAYWORTH I worth but the misconduct of Robert Mitchum (convicted of smoking marijuana), Robert Walker (convicted of drunkenness and assault on a policeman), and the perpetual stormy petrel, Errol Flynn (recently arrested for kidcing a policeman in the shin). . . * A LL this doesn't help Holly "^ wood's reputation. But nqt| a single American Church spokes- man is willing to back a boycott of Miss Hay worth. "These are the views...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
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ROSEHILL: RACE PICTURES AND DETAILS TWO-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN (Fillies), 4½f. and 20yds. CHART 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

ROSEHILL: RACE PICTURES AND DETAILS TWO-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN (Fillies), 4|f. and 20yds. CHART 1 ! Btc Horse. Carried. Jockey, r.P. Fin. 12 n 12 100 10 5-2 100 50 25 (¡6 20 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 16 100 DOWAGER, "PRIMROSE. SILVER BREAM, Embrace, Bye and Bye, Flash Back, School Star, Elusive, Moya Katrina, Penram, Starlet, Lady Oxford, Sweet Sherry, Sky Venture, Manifold, Tranquil Beauty, Luxurious, Civic Record, Smart Dame, Lucky Fern, Play Lunch, . Fury, Magic Star, 8 12 7 9 8 4 8 5 7 4 8 11 9 0 8 li 8 li 2 8 8 8 8 '8 7 8 7-11 8 6 8 li 8 4 8 Jl 8 11 N. Sellwood, W. Hughes, J. Lordan, , K. Barratt, N. Balgowan, W. Fellows, A. Ward, E. Doon, T. Mullane, T. Clarke, F. Hickey, J. Thompson, G. Mooie, J. Rincheval, R. Sclkrig, G. Podmore, B. Turner, R. Pearse, A. Hazelton, \V. Bell, 3. Hickey, W. Briscoe, K. Birrcr, 23 1st and 2nd all way. 1 1 2nd from turn. 2 3rd at turn; ran on well. 3 Ran on from 6th at turn. 4 Carne fiom 16th at turn. 5 Most same throughout. 6 Slowly away; 10th at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

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Novam Gallant In Defeat [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

Novam Gallant In Defeat -9 MELBOURNE, Satur- day.-A courageous effort failed narrowly to give the favourite Novam a win in the Tweedside Handicap (lm), at Moonee Valley to- day. Novam was topweight and had the big disadvantage of starting from the outside of the field of 16 runners. She had to cover considerable extra ground in racing around the outside of the field to a handy position. Novam started favourite at 3-1, after as much as 9-2 had been on offer. RIDER HURT_Apprentice P. Riley was, seriously hurt when he fell from Gold Crag in the last race at Moonee Valley yes- terday. He was taken to St. Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne.

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DOWAGER SHAKES OFF RIVAL Zetland Won For Owner Who Has Not Seen Him [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949

DOWAGER SHAKES OFF RIVAL DOWAGER (N. Sellwood), on the outside, Shakes off Primrose (W. Hughes) near the post to win the fillies' division of the Two-year-old Maiden Handicap at Rose- hill yesterday. Zetland Won For Owner Who Has Not Seen Him When Zetland won the Maiden . Two-year-old Handicap for colts and geldings at Rosehill yesterday he scored for an owner who has never seen him. Zetland is owned by Mr. J. F. Murphy, a station owner of Rowena, north- west New South Wales. Mr. Murphy's interest in the race yesterday was to hear a radio description of the running. Zetland, who ran third to Crag Son and Star of the South at Randwick last Saturday week was having only his third start in a race. ;Hc displayed considerable promise. When Mr. Murphy decided to renew his active interest in racing, after a lapse of some years, he 'commissioned Randwick trainer, G. P. Kailon, to buy a yearling for him. Except that "he expressed a preference for a' colt, he gave Nailon' an open cheque. Paid...

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