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Asian Bloc May Rise From Talks STAFF CORRESPONDENT AND A.A.P.-REUTER [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
Asian Bloc May Rise From Talks STAFF CORRESPONDENT AND A.A.P.-REUTER NEW DELHI, Jan. 22. -Observers at the Asian conference on Indonesia be- lieve it has evolved-in fact, if not in name-an Asian bloc or union. They say that the Indian Prime Minister, Pandit Nehru, who con- vened the conference, has become the clear-cut political leader in. Asia, and India must inevitably lead the bloc, with New Delhi its political capital. The conference, has functioned smoothly under Nehru's chair- manship. The Security Council's handling of the Indonesian dispute will be the acid test for UNO as far as Asia is concerned. The opening address of Pandit Nehru to the conference left little doubt of his determination to fight any "challenge of colonialism" in Asia. MILD RESOLUTION Resolutions the conference has adopted for presentation to the Security Council will not be made public until to-morrow, when the conference will end, but it is known they contain nothing that can disconcert UNO or the par- t...
"A.B.C." OF BRITISH STAMPS The Stampman begins some articles on British stamps with this story of Ascension Island. Next week he will choose a British possession which has a name beginning with "B" —and so on through the alphabet. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
"A.B.C." OF BRITISH STAMPS The Stampnum begins some articles on British stamps with this story of Ascension Island. Next week he will choose a British possession which has á name, beginning with. "B" 1 -and so on through the alphabet. THE small island of Ascension in tlie South Atlantic covers an area of 34 square miles. It I was discovered on Ascension Day, oui, oy tne portuguese. In 1815, the British sent a -ship's crew to seize it so that the French could not use it as a base. Napoleon was a prisoner on the nearby island of St. Helena at the time. The island was officially annexed to the colony of St. Helena - as H.M.S. Ascen- sion in 1922. Its only settle- ment is George- town, which is featured on seve- ral of its stamps. Green Moun tain, 2,820 teet high, and volcanic in origin, is) pictured on the Id stamp. The 3d stamp shows Long Beach. Each year between Janu- ary and May thousands of sea turtles appear in the water around the island, and lay their white, eggs on its sands. '...
Canberra Pressing Britain To Act Against "Hellship" Travel Agencies From Our Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
Canberra Pressing Britain To Act Against "Hellship" Travel Agencies From Our Staff Correspondent LONDON, January 22.-The experiences of thousands of people travelling to Australia in "hellships" have brought to official notice the activities of "shark" travel agencies. These agencies offer quick passages to Australia, at enormous rates. Canberra is how pressing the British Government to draft legislation to safeguard migrants' in- terests. * ^ '. A disillusioned Lancashire family, which recently came back to England from Marseilles after losing its money to a travel agency, has described the kind of conditions under which many migrants travel. . ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
EXHIBITION ANZAC HOUSE DESIGNS The President, Mr J McGirr, MIA, Premier of NSW, and Board of Management of the Anzac House Trust, extend a cordial invitation to the General Public of NSVV to attend an Exhibition of Designs submitted by Competitors in the Anzac House Architectural Competition to be held in the Exhibition Gallery, Dept of Education Building Bridge Street, Sydney from 24th to 28th January, 1949-10 am to 5 p m The Exhibition will be opened by the President at U am on the 24th January, by a presentation of Awards to Prize Winners In extending this Invitation, the President and Board of Management wish to expi esv their appi eciation lo the public of New South Wales, who by their geneiosity in supporting the "Anzac House Appeal" m 1944, not only made the Competition possible, bul assiued the ultimate erection of Anzac 'Home on Sydnev s most commanding site - the coi ner of Martin Place and Macquarie Stieet M»r^^r^^r^^WVVVV^AiNFN*VV>A'**AA1*VVS«V&lt;^*V » IIC-HT...
McKenley's Record In 220 Title LA BEACH ALLEGES FAULTY START [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
McKenley's Record In 220 Title LA BEACH ALLEGES FAULTY START B)T Tom Goodman Herb McKenley (Jamaica) created an un- official world's record of 21s for 220 yards on a completely circular track when he won the Australian championship at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday. John Bartram, stout-hearted Victorian, brilliantly cut Lloyd La Beach (Panama) out of second place, and his time, 21.2s, equals John Treloar's Australian resident record. La Beach complained bit- terly that his starting block had slipped. McKenley, who gave his usual exhibition of perfect sportsman- ship, said that although he could not see La Beach, who was be- hind him, he thought that some- thing had gone amiss and he felt a great deal of sympathy for his rival. La Beach had just previously "broken" to make one false start, and apparently he had not then "noticed anything wrong with the block. He Faltered The Panamanian might not have been quite as smart as usual to anticipate the starter's pistol, which was fire...
COUNTRY GREYHOUNDS Newcastle [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
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Half-miler Not Fit To Re-run [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
Half-miler Not Fit To Rè-run There were mild hoots . from a few of the 12,000' spectators at the Cricket Ground yesterday when it was announced that the dead-heaters in the 880 yards championship would not re-run the race. The dead-heaters were Jim Bailey, of St. George Club, and Dave WhiteL (W.A.Ï. Bailey, in the desperate finish, had hurled himself at the tape to make a dead-heat. Bailey collapsed, but soon re- vived. He later had an attack of dry-retching. Medical Advice When the two young athletes came out to recontcst their duel. Bailey was examined by Dr. Brian Dunn, who was joined by Professor Frank Cotton. After questioning Bailey, they recommended hb should not be asked to race again. Bailey, against his wishes, withdrew, and the title went to White. Jn the three miles there was' a plucky exhibition by Kevin Mc- Donald (Vic), who led until 300 yards from the finish. Coming to the old Members' Stand he was in a bad way, and he staggered and fell to his knees. But he rose and...
TEAM TO TOUR N.Z. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
TEAM TO TOUR N.Z. _._ Morris Curotta, who did not compete in the Austra- lian championships, has been included in the Australian athletics team to tour New Zealand. SeveraL men wanted by New Zealand are not available. The team, subject to final acceptance by New Zealand, is: G. G. Avery. E. W. Carr, M. J. Curotta, G. C. Goodacre, P. M. Mullins (N.S.W.), J. L. Marks, R. H. Weinberg (Vic), D. A. White (W.A.). Shirley Strickland will leave with the men's team by air on February 13, the day after the first day of the N.S.W. champion- ships. Miss Strickland will be given a chaperonc in New Zealand and will have a different itinerary from the. men.
BOWLS TALK- RESULTS By "Skip" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
1 BOWLS TALK ~ RESULTS \ IM-Mi^?----?--?; By "Skip" /"MTY club selectors are still seeking the best combination for their No. 1 pennant team. Tom Zink has moved up as lead for Garney Noble. This is the fourth promotion frpm the seconds in thiec weeks. Other players have been le shuffled in each of ihe fours. * * -K WENTWORTH FALLS presi dent Arthur Scraggs has withdrawn from the New Zea- land tour because of illness He is m Katoomba Hospital * * -K UlCE-PRESIDENT of the v ' N S W.B A Doug Farquhar. son is temporarily out of action because of illness. + * * METROPOLITAN bowlers should be grateful to their colleagues who collect and trans- mit pennant lesults for publica- tion each Saturday. Zone receivers aie: Ted Broome (Roseville). Mick Guil fovle (Lidcombe), Hairy Foskett (Fastwood), Archie Roberts (Ash- field), Fred Blass (Bondi), and lim Lilly (Kensington). + -K * Did You Know? That at the moment . of playing a bowl, the plaver shall ha\e the whole of one foot within, the confin...
Stewards' Report [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
Stewards' Report Stewards' report on Rose- hill races yesterday. THE MAIDEN T\\ O-YFAR-OID HANDICAP.-Zetland (T Clarke) in the straight raced erratically due to greenness with the result thal Trader (F Mclntvrc) had to be checked. AUBURN MIXFD STAKES.-Inside the first furlong due to crowding Net- work (O Imbcr) had to be checked The stewards found that A. Markland rider of Bonny Cres, was responsible and he was advised to exercise more cure in future. ' Conspicuous (N. Balgowan) about the hvc-furlong post, due to crowding, had lo be checked on more than one oc- casion to avoid the heels of horses in front. The stewards found thal E Krim nici, rider of Lady Bcvron was respon- sible, but as it was the boy's first ride in a race decided to lake no action bevond advising him to exercise more care in future
OUR FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
OUR FAMILY By SEEG IN "PLAYTIME" NEXT WEEK: Another instalment of "Biggies Gets His Men" Bill O Redly on cricket; Naval Cadet^at Flinders; Things to Make; Puzzles; Comics. Printed and published by John Fairfax & Sons Pty. Limited, at the . registered office of the Company, 38 Hunter Street, Sydney.
KINDERGARTEN TIME RICKY AND MIFFY GO TO TOWN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
KINDERGARTEN TIME By JILL MEILLON and AOVE RICKY AND MIFFY GO TO TOWN One morning while Miiiy was going to town, She spied on the pathway a ticket of brown. Twas not for a boat, or a bus, or a plane; It said. ""With this tirkel you ride on a train." "Hoorayr shouted Ricky, "I'd like to rome tooP "Then hurry,'' cried Miffy without more ado, For over the hill with a deep friendly croak Carne CHIFFER a-ptiffing with plenty of smoke« So Ricky and Miffy hopped on nilli delight, And very soon CHIFFER was right out of sight. He hid in a tunnel, he ran up a hill ^Doot! Dootr" «bricked his whistle, "I never keepstiU." i V "I like taking children for rides every day, I'll take you again for a trip, if I may.'" And Ricky and Miff y said, "Thank you, please do. We'll save all our pennies and buy seals for two."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
I I ? . This paper is dedicated to the Australian people -with gratitude, and in. appreciation of their support and confidence over the l18 years of our existence. To'the staff, whose skill," labour and loyalty have been responsible for its production, we also express our thanks. JOHN FAIRFAX & SONS, PTY. LIMITED.
HERE ARE EIGHT PAIRS FOR YOU TO MATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 23 January 1949
HERE ARE EIGHT PAIRS FOR YOU TO MATCH II ERE is a new type ot puzzle. Even junior members of the Club * * should find it easy to do. The 16 objects you see drawn here can be matched in eight sets of pairs. For instance, "bat" and "ball" go naturally together. Can you pair off the other 14 things correctly? if you can, list them neatly on a sheet of paper, add your name, age, and address very clearly written, and send your entry to "Playtime." Neatest, correct solutions to this puzzle will win prizes of: First, £1/1/ (4 points); second, !./* (3 pointe); third, 5/ (2 points), with 250 two- and one-point dub cutüiatiu.