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Religion Over The Air [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

Religion Over The Air DO more people listen to religion on the radio than go to church? Is the radio reaching the non-churchgoer? A recent survey by the B.B.C. indicates that 37 per cent, of the adult population of Great Britain listens to one of the main religious sessions each Sunday; l8 per cent, listening to the morning and 15 per cent, to the evening act of worship. The survey says: "The over- whelming majority of the audi- ence of all Sunday broadcasts are working-class. It consists of more women than men and more older people than younger people. The great majority of listeners to nearly all religious broadcasts are not regular church-goers." Since the beginning of the last war the number listening to re- ligious sessions has steadily risen and is still increasing, the survey claims. Mr. Kenneth T. Henderson, supervisor of religious broadcast- ing for the A.B.C., says that al- though there is no precise infor- mation in Australia, he estimates roughly that from one fifth to o...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRAISE AUSTRALIAN MUSICIANS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

PRAISE AUSTRALIAN MUSICIANS GHIONE: Pays compli- ments to Sydney Symphony Orchestra. ROMANI: Is enthusiastic about some of Sydney's musicians.

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Randwick v Glebe STAND BY GLEBE TOO LATE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

Randwick v Glehe STAND BY GLEBE TOO LATE » After five wickets had fallen for 69, Glebe made a great effort to overtake Randwick's total of 253 at ] Coogee yesterday. Jim Bowden and Ron Kis-| sell batted brightly in a fine sixth-wicket stand. I Kissell batted aggressively for! his 52, which took only 78 min- utes. Bowden continued to play sterling cricket, driving and pull- ing with great power and free- dom, i When 83, and with Glebe 26 short of Randwick's total, he was foolishly run out in going for a short run to retain the strike. He made 83 runs in 120 min- utes, clipping 12 boundaries. Scores: RANDWICK. First Innings, 253. GLEBE. First Innings. H. LYONS, st Cartwright, b Powell . 24 J. CASEY, c Cole, b Ledwidge 22 R. BURGESS, c Donaldson, b Ledwidge . 0 X. BRODIE, st Cartwright, b Powell . 4 R. KISSELL, c Cartwright, b Ledwidge . 52 J. MOSES, b Ledwidge . 10 J. BOWDEN, run out . S3 M. SMITH, b Ellison . 7 N. EASTON, lbw b Ellison .. 4 G. McCULLAH, b Ellison .. 22 W. PARSONS, no...

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"TICKETS NOT HONOURED" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

"TICKETS NOT HONOURED" The trial of Cardinal Josef Mindszenty, Roman Catholic Primate of Hungary, is the No. 1 story in American newspapers. AU arc carrying banner head- lines and last-minute bulletins marking every step in the proceed- ings in the Budapest court room, thousands of miles away. The State Department an- nounced yesterday that it had in- structed the American Minister in Budapest, Mr. Seiden Chapin, to protest to the Hungarian authori- ties against the barring of Ameri- can observers from the court room. The department's spokesman, Mr. Michael McDermott, said the Hungarians had originally allotted three tickets to representatives of the American legation. Later they had refused to honour the tickets, without expla- nation. The National Catholic Welfare Conference has asked that Sun- day, February 6, be set aside as "Cardinal Mindszenty day"-a day of protest and prayer in Catholic churches throughout the United States. Cardinal Francis Spellman, of New York, announced t...

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MINOR GRADES SECOND GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

MINOR GRADES -? SECOND GRADE. St George, 7 271 (R Favell 78, K Osborne 70), beat Gordon, 204, on fust Innings Randwick. 209, beat Glebe, SO and 7-104, on first innings Mosman. 193 and 3-77. beat Marrick- ville, 139, on first innings Unhcrslty, 259, beat Paddington, 245 (Couper 96), on first innings North Sydney, 311, beat Cumberland, 176, on first innings Western Suburbs, 23B, beat Balmain, SO and 64, outright THIRD GRADE. Cumberland, 247 and 4-106, beat North Sydney, 179, on first innings. University. 224 bent Paddington, 138 and 4-168 (Gill 57). on first Innings. St George, 8 326, beat Gordon, 324, on first innings Marrickville, 265 and 4-82, beat Mos- man 247, on first Innings Glebe, 159, beat Randwick. 70 and 185, on first innings. Western Suburbs 238 and 3 99, beat Balmain, 194 and 4-100, on first innings FOURTH GRADE. Western Suburbs 72 and 5-110, beat Balmain. 108 and 8 68, deel, outright Cumberland, 6 120, deel , and 4-179, beat North S>dncy, 98 and 9-191. deel . outright...

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COUNSEL ATTACKS WEST [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

COUNSEL ATTACKS WEST LONDON, Feb. 5 (A.A.P.). - The Hungarian Public Prosecutor, Dr. Alapi, to-day began his final plea to the Budapest Court trying Cardinal Mindszenty. He said: "The British and American radios have claimed that terror and torture was used to make Mindszenty admit every- thing and that this" trial did not prove anything. "They want to prove that jus- tice in the peoples' democracies is in the hands of the police and is not real justice. "But those who witnessed the trial could see for themselves that it was just. "We did not force Mindszenty in any way, nor did we influence him. x "Who, of those who saw him here during the past two days, could say he was under the in- fluence of. drugs? "In the west, they wish to show that this is a trial against religion, but religion never once entered into the proceedings." Alapi went on: "Mindszenty wanted to crown one of the Haps burgs, which would have brought back feudal oppression. "To do this, he enlisted the aid of foreig...

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St. George In First Four FOLLOW-ON FOR GORDON SPIN BOWLING ON TOP EARLY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

St. George In First Four FOLLOW-ON FOR GORDON SPIN BOWLING ON TOP EARLY Last season's premier club, Gor- don, was forced to follow on against St. George at Hurstville yesterday afternoon. Gordon, 1-36 when play stalled, collapsed for 124 against the spin bowling of Longbottom and Fletcher.

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New Surf Tactics Kept Shark From Crowd [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

New Surf Tactics Kept Shark From Crowd Manly Iifcsavers twice yesterday successfully used recently perfected tactics to protect surfers from attack by a 6ft. shark. The shark appeared at about 2.30 p.m. and later at 4.30 p.m. When first seen, the shark swam within 20 yards of surfers swimming 80 yards from the shore. A team of surf club members on surf skis gave the alarm, and formed a protecting ring round the surfers. Other surf ski riders tried to chase the shark to sea. Surf ski riders picked up a lew of the stragglers in the crowd, and took them ashore. The Manly surf boat, which was' patrolling at the southern end of the beach, drove the shark to sea, Two hours later, when the shark reappeared, the club used the same tactics. Manly surf club members said last night that the idea of throw- ing a protecting ring of skis round surfers was quite new. It had been very successful. It had proved a safeguard against the shark swimming un- der the surf boat and making for the crowds. E...

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CARROLL WAS BRILLIANT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

CARROLL WAS BRILLIANT When Gordon batted again, a brilliant century by Sid Car- roll .averted any possibility of an innings defeat. He made 115 In only 110 minute's, hitting 13 fours. With1 B. Ferguson he put on 125 runs in 67 minutes. There ywas an unusual incident When Caujoll was 86. He hit à, ball high to the out- field, and "Dews leaped high to take the catcîi. The two umpires conferred, when St. George fieldsmen then appealed, and gave Carroll not out. Dewes had crossed the boun- dary to take the catch. When play began yesterday Gordon found runs difficult to get Longbottom bowling off spin ners and Fletcher leg spinners were aided by Morriss clever field phcing Longbottom s figures were six for 52 off H overs ind Fletcher took four for 50 off 111 overs St George s fielding was splen did and Moss s catch which dis missed Dehiue was a gem Running bick 25 yards he judged his position well and held the citch well over his left shoulder Scores - ST GEORGE First Innings-230 GORDON ...

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CARDINAL IN COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

CARDINAL IN COURT Cardinal Josef Mindszenty, Roman Catholic Primate of Hungary, under guard in the' People's Court, Budapest, at Hie opening of his trial on Thursday,

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Waverley v N. District TAIL PREVENTS OUTRIGHT LOSS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

Waverley v N. District TAIL PREVENTS OUTRIGHT LOSS A determined stand by tail-enders Stewart and Hackett prevented Northern District from forcing an outright win over Waverley at Waitara yesterday. Stewart was at the wickets for 52 minutes to score 39 runs. He hit six fours. Northern District's \sl o w bowl- ers, Chilvers (4-45) and Calwell (2-13), bowled well and were given good support from the fieldsmen. Northern District's second innings provided 89 runs in 41 minutes for the loss of five wickets. Intelligent running between wickets, and a splendid 41 not out by Kershaw, highlighted the innings. Scores: NORTHERN DISTRICT. First Innings. C. KEARNEY, Ibw b Spring . 25 V. COLLINS, b Butler. 2 J. KERSHAW, run out . 40" I. HILL, run out . 8 A. DAVIDSON, st Hackett, b Stewart . 6 R. STUBLEY, b Stewart .... 0 J. LAIRD, b Butler . S H. CHILVERS, Ibw b Relton . 27 P. RING, b Gray . 10 J. MATHERS, st Hackett, b Spring . 25 T. CALDWELL, not out .... 5 Sundries . 9 Total .'.. 165 Bowling: H...

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MYSTERY DEATH MAY BE LINKED WITH SPLIT IN ORTHODOX CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

MYSTERY DEATH MAY BE LINKED WITH SPLIT IN ORTHODOX CHURCH Some White Russians in Sydney believe' that a struggle in the Russian Orthodox Church, to prevent the appointment of a Moscow priest in Australia, lies behind the mysterious death of Michael Goreloff, 53. Goreloff, whose body was found in the scrub at Suther- land on December 5, was against a plan to give control of the Church here to the Moscow priest. His wife, Mrs: Maria Gorcloff, said last night thati she believed her husband had beenmurdered. She said she hoped ' investiga- tions into his death would go on. At the inquest on Goreloff last week, the Coroner returned aa open finding. - Goreloff was employed as a chef at the Astra Hotel, Bondi, at £1,000 a year. He was reported missing on November 17. I He came to Sydney from Japan 23 years ago. He had been a cap- tain in the Imperial Russian Army and later fought with the forces of Admiral Kolchak against the Red Army in Siberia. Mrs. Gordon", a quiet woman of early middle...

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LITTLE OSSIE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

LITTLE OSSIE By Eyre, Jnr.

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LAST INDIAN TEST [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

LAST INDIAN TEST -t BOMBAY, Feb. 5 (A.A.P.). Batting on a difficult pitch, the West Indies lost its last five wickets for 51 to-day. All out for 286, at lunch, the West Indians had India one for 22 in its first innings in the final Test.

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Protest Storm Sweeps U.S. About Cardinal's Trial PROSECUTION DENIES USE OF TORTURE From Staff Correspondent And A.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

Protest Storm Sweeps U.S. About Cardinars Trial PROSECUTION DENIES USE OF TORTURE From Staff Correspondent And A.A.P. NEW YORK, Feb. 5.-A storm of protest against Cardinal Mindszenty's trial in Budapest swept the United States yesterday. The State Department said in Washington that the United States had protested to the Hungarian authorities against the exclusion of American observers from the trial. Church leaders and newspapers protested against the man I ner in which the trial was being con- ducted. The Hungarian Public Prosecutor, Dr. Gyula Alapi, who began his final plea to-day, denied that torture or drugs had been used to extract a confes- sion from Cardinal Mindszenty. He said the religious issue did not enter into the trial: the Cardinal was being tried purely as an individual. Cardinal Mindszenty and six other leading Hun- garian Roman Catholics are on trial on charges of treason, or black-market currency dealings. Six, including the Cardinal, have pleaded guilty.

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DORIS HART MIGHT BRING FRIEND [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

DORIS HART MIGHT BRING FRIEND Doris Hart hopes to bring Shirley Fry with her if she returns to Australia at the invitation of the L.T.A.A. to defend titles she won here. Miss Fry, 21, ranked^eventh in America, is to be MUT Hart's future partner in women's doubles. She held fifth position in 1947, but injured her ankle at Wimble- i don and played uncertainly last | year. Miss Hart concluded her Aus- tralian tour yesterday with ex- 1 hibition matches at White City. Commenting on Australian , standards she said she considered ) a team of Australian women Í would beat most nations. She believes our women suffer A from lack of interest by the men h and arc not well coached. 1 During the forthcoming U.S.A. j tournament season Miss Hart will I j try to induce an American coach j to visit Australia for 12 months, j The difference in the Australian ' and American style of play was emphasised in the singles matches between Miss Hart and Miss Jovce Fitch yesterday. . Miss Hart won 5-7, 6-3, 6-...

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FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.). [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

I FORECASTS (for 24 hours from 6 a.m.). CITY: Hot, sultry. Isolated thunderstorms, moderate NE winds afternoon. N.S.W.: Scat- tered rain N border. Isolated thunderstorms NE, Central Tablelands. NE to NW winds. SUN: To-day, r. 5.21, s. 6.58. MOON: R. 12.27 p.m., s. 11.2 p.m. TIDES (Ft. Deni- son): H. 1.34 a.m. (3ft lOin), 1.31 p.m. (3ft 4in). L. 7.45 a.m. (1ft 8in£ 7.46 p.m. (1ft 2in).

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

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In This Issue [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

t. Tt In This Issue News: Home and Foreign, pp. 1, 3, 4, 6. Pictures, p. 5. Women, pp. 14, 15, 16. Sport: Turi News, pp. 17, l8, 19, 20. Athletics, p. 21. Cricket, p. 22. Bowls, p. 23. Golf, p. 23. Swimming, p. 23, Ossie Pickworth, p. 24. Billy Cook, p. 24. Editorial: Leading Article, Can- did Comment, Casual Converse,' Scramble for Coall Cartoon, p. 2. Features: Spotlight On World Affairs, pp. 7, 8, 9. Wide-World, p. 10. Week In Politics, p. 10. Book Club, p. 11. Music, Theatre, p. 12. Religion, p. 12. Radio Details, p. 12 Finance, p. 13. New Films, p. 13. Magazine: Fashions, Special Articles, Films, Medicine, Garden- ing, Cooking, Short Story, Crossword. "Playtime" Comics, Competitions, Puzzles, Serial, and Story. Competition Result p. 6 (News Section).

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OUR FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949

OUR FAMILY By Seeg v ? Pnnted and published b» John Fairfax & Sons Pty. Limited, at the registered office of the Company. 38 Hunter Street. Sydney.

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