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Foreigners Held In Malaya British To Leave Thailand [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

Foreigners Held In Malaya British To Leave Thailand PACIFIC WAR NEAR AS JAPAN REPLIES TO U.S. PRESIDENT SINGAPORE, Saturday.- All foreigners have been prohibited from leaving Malaya without permission by a special order issued yesterday. A party of 2 00 Japanese who .were aboard a ship ready to leave forl Bangkok were asked to return to Singapore. Reports coming to hand earlier in the week have now been confirmed that a "huge Japanese expeditionary force is on its way south. It is not known whether this force is bound for Indo-China, Thailand, Malaya, the Netherlands East .Indies or China. All British residents in Thai land have been advised to leave there immediately. At- the same time it is revealed that more than i,ooo Japanese have left the Philippines in the last month. Reports of warlike preparations on all sides of Thailand are causing deepeniing anxiety in Bangkok, says the 'Associated Press of Ainerica correspondent, but arrangements for increased trade with Japan are autho...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
New Secretary For St. Kilda Club [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

.rNew secretary For St. Kilda Club Mr. Ernie Hannahl was appoin ted secretary of the St. Kilda Foot baill Club by the committee at their first meeting, last Tuesday night. ,This will be his ninth successive `year.-in that role. Previously he was ...the Preston Football Club's secre tary for, i8 years. Hig 26, years continuous office is ,unequalled among present-day SLeague and Association secretaries.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SPORTING FLASHES FROM EVERYWHERE HORSE DESTROYED Sensations In Epsom Cup at Mentone [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

SPOFRTIN FLASHE S FROM EVERYWHERE HORSE DESTROYED Sensations In Epsom Cup at Mentone By "CARDIGAN" MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Falls, injuries and interference made a sensational race of the Epsom Cup at Mentone to-day. Ellison, 8.5 (Reed), fell, somer saulted and brought down Marcius, 7.o (Neale). Home Secretary severed a fetlock and was destroyed. Wanganui crashed through the rails. Sir Romeo was injured when he just escaped falling over Ellison, he continued behind the field for the renmaiinder of the race.. The excitement continued to the end for Chamberlain and Alibi singled out half a furlong from the :post' and they fought desperately, witih Chamberlain winning by half a head. West Australian owned Treleen tipset a ihot favorite in Reception and landed a betting coup when lie won' the Mordialloc Stakes. Forty-eight lucky punters received 32/To/- each for 5/- on the straight out tote when Lucille was success ful in the second division of the Manumbar Handicap. Lucille's start ing p...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Pocket Cartoon [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

I Pocket Cartoon "Have' her stripped if you like,, bat it's going to be'Jolly embar '.''rbssing if it turns out not to. be - . the Mufti after all."

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
How Our Spitfires Sweep Over France Of the Australian, Spitfire Squadron in England, in an interview with Justin Arthur. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

Howour Spt fi es sw eep ve France SBy FlightLieltenant Ieith .Truseott, D.F.C. of the Australian, Spitfire Squadron in Eng land,. -z an ..interview with' Justin Arthur. :LONDON, Tpesday.-.Ouri.big . &d-moment begins when : the S"squadron is ordered to take off for a ssweep, vKgr northern France. If we are escorting bomnbenis, and it's a big show, we take up .a conm plicated protective formation. First, there is an escort on each side bf thle boiribers, and abovei themp, Stiehi above th'ese' igain there are other fighters "stacked up,"- until they snake a hmass formation like a sort of gigantic lbeehive; ..As we cross the English Channel into France wve can see Messer schnmitts climbing iup and up Winto tlhe sun,, ready to attack. Theii wei usu ally run into "flak"-tlie anti aircraft barrage- and it's pretty tough. The Jerries seem to fire black "flak" bursts in line, in oi'der to guide their fighters in our direction, When you see a :red burst,. which we call _"marker flak,"...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

For ADVERTISING SPACE in ARMY NEWVS?? contact HAL JOHiNSTONCi, Advertising Repre- sentative, 7 Angel. Place, Sydney., lHonornry Advertising"'Controllers, Australian Associatfon' of National . . Advertisers;

Publication Title: Army News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

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Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RUMANIANS AT FEVER PITCH Fear Russian Advance [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

lRUMANIANHS AT , FEVER, PITCH Fear, ;Russian Advance Ankara,. December 4.-According to Rumanian diplomatic quarters in Ankara, the 'uaiainians. ire gettiiig more and more nervous, and, as news of the great Russian adva'iic in' thie south lealks thr6ugh, fears are gi'ow ing as to what may liappeii to Ge many's allies. An instance of the tension was shown when .the Popal Envoy to Rumania was beaten up near the Royal residence by peasants who thought he was .a Russian para chtitist wag

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
New Rhumba Girl [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

New Rhumba Girl DESPITE the "hot" South American dancer, Carmen Miranda, Hollywood can still show Argentina a thing or two. Fox Actress, Barbara Lynn, can do a rhumba an hot as any South American when she gets to work with her maracas. Her next film will be "A Yank in the R.A.AF.'"

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Christmas Postage and Telegrams [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

Christmas . Postage -and. Telegrams To save delay and disappoint ment lodge your .Christmas telegram greetings at the nearest post office at least. a week before Christmas--en-: dorse them "Deliver. Decem ber 24 or 25"-thid will ensure delivery for Christmasn? 'Parcels should be posted from Darwin before Deceiit be,,ig. ;Ordinary packets mustt,, be posted -early for despatch, and may be ,endorsed "open on 24th" or such date as desired.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Mothers Given Wrong Babies £3000 Claimed [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

Mothers Given Wrong .Babies £3000 Claimed Brisbane, Thursday.-Two sets of parents each; claimed £z5oo damages against, the Mt. .Isa Hospitals Board in the Towns ville Supreme Court to-day over an alleged mix-up of children. The parents allege that, because of the negligence of the hospital, the mothers were sent home with the wrong babics. The two set of plaintiffs are Angus. Boulia Wakefield arid his wife, and'. Toivo Johannes Tathminen -and. hiT" wife. .Mrs. Wakefield gaye, evidence of' the 'birth of:.dalaghter onl tihe morn inug of May-2;'.1939. Iin the next bed was -Mrs. Tammnninen, who had a. female baby about. an hour later. She was give il'her 'child about 6 o'clock,. and looked -after. 'it until blood tests were taken! about i4 months later. After the.:tests the baibies were ex- clianigeild. Mrs. Tamminen said that, on May 3, the sister told her the weight of" her baby. was, '71b. 6oz. and Mrs." Wakeficld's was"8b.: 7oz. F'our days later the sister told her that her child we...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

IM~E Fndtn,,dNu~t k. -MkGOL NAPOLEON sa "mAn Army with sore Feet ishalfrfdefeated" ý-. , mmThere is idthiing cquift'o'IODEX'for oroe, tired • 4 "" " .fetid or tenider feet. 'or quiick -reli'eIoik the' feet in hot souped waiterthei 'rinse iii cold w'aier. Dry e ,:thoroughly aind 'ollow by liberal rfinssnge with IODEX, rubbing in until-. the colour disappears. 1, You may then put on your footwear and forget your feet. ' IODEX id also excellent first Aid for S" swollen, aching jjihts, dand Surfer' Fodot. 0N STAIN IOD1INE Recommended and sed professionally throughout theworld. "t :ca

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Armor For Our Troops To Be Tested Soon [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

Armor For Our Troops To Be Tested Soon Canberra. - Samples of an Australian-invented body armor for troops were now being pre pared, and would be tested soon by the arnry "authorities, .an nounced th~ ArmyiiMinister (Mr. Forde) . A British experimentail type of body armor was also being examihed, . he said. The effectiveness of body armor in' reducing the number of casualties among front-line soldiers had been enmphasised by miilitary experts. "The facts and figures they have outlined' are being closely examined, and will' assist greatly when final decisions are being' made;". said Mr. Forde. "Tlie artiy 'is; giving the inventor every assistance' anrd encouragement,. and trials will be i'iade shortly." Before 'adodtig'tg:tiny formn of body arnmr, lihowever, i w'as ticessary to examine carefully 'ill tlie "cons" as:. well is' the "pros," added the Minis ter: There weti , of coutise, certain,. disadvaintages attrached to increasing, the weight ofl the soldier's equipment,.. which wvas...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SENTENCE OF DEATH NOT PRONOUNCED R.A.A.F. MAN [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

SENTENCE OF' DEATH -NOT SPRONOUNCED .R.A.A.F .MAN Sydney, Friday,-Sentence i of death was recorded.at the Central,; 'Criminal Court, yesterday after Jack Andrews" 25, a:member of. .the R.A.A:F., had beei convicted of causing grievous bodily harm Itb' his viiife,with'int trito. murder her. At the request Qf counsel for the defence, the trial judge, .Mr. Justice Owen, . refrained from pronouncing sentence of death,ivhich is the course usually taken where a person, has been convicted on a capital charge. The Crown case was that on June 27"Andrews met liis wirife at Parra matta and drove her iti his car' to open paddocks near. the town known as the flying fields. It was alleged that the accused attacked his wife with some itistrument similar to a tyre icver and inflicted serious. in juries. SMrs. Andrews was discovered next day at 6.45 a.m. by ti resident`"who was ciossing the field. In: a statement from the dock, Andrews, who was, dressed in the blue uniform- of, the R.A.A.F., said tha...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
City Hostel Provided For 54,000 Troops [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

City Hostel Provided For 54,000 Troops The Emergency Sleeping Hostel, Sussex Street, Sydney, has provided free sleeping and bath acconmmoda tion for more than 54,000 servicethen since February, 1940o. - The Hostel is conducted by the R.S.S.I.L.A. for the Australian Com forts Fund, and is sponsored byjthe Australian Jockey Club, In its annual report the Comforts Fund piays a tribute to the -work of the A.J.C., as well .as to the many other clubs and organisations which have cointributcd to the central fund since the war began. ., Cash dbonations-and, comforts have lIr6utiflli:tt total coptributions to the Lord Mayot.'s Funtd:to £573,922/7/9. The A.J,C. ;has contributed a total of £27,82.4

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
CRASHED WITH BOMBS INTACT [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

{tCRASHED WITH BOMBS no INTACT GERMAN DIVE-BOMBER, which fin- ished on its back after landing inside British lines in the Western' Desert, being inspected by members of a Brit ish'patrol. Three bombs remained in tact in their racks. A squadroh of these German planes, flown by Italian pilots, lan led inside British lines. The pilots said they had run out of petrol. British pilots are now flying the bombers.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
STRIKE SETTLED S.A. Cement Dispute [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

STRIKE SETTLED S.A. Cement Dispute Adelclaide, Saturday.-The strike in metropolitan and' coutttry qtuarries .was settled after the men acieptcl an offer from the employers ;a 35/13/- a week for country quarry men, and 5/10/- a week for 'metrom politan men. WVork was resumed in the quarries yesterday, except those supplyiiig the cement works where tlihe men will remain out until a.i settlemenit is reached 'in the. cement dispute.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

Flight-Lieut. Truscott, .of MVfelbourne, is the Australian. Spitfire ,Squadron's, topscorer against Nazi planes. He has shot down eleven ".certains," .and three "prob ables," . and - damaged two others. - Before the war. Tr.uscpt .was one of Victoria's leading, atli letes. He played for Mellourne. when they won the .1939 premiership .(Australian Rules).

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Army News Crossword No. 13 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

Army News .?Crossword -No. 13 ACROSS 1 Unlock 5 Drain 9 Equality . * 12 Contest of speed 18. Italian coin 14 A South An?idi can linguistic stock 15 The papoose root 17 Pen .,l:C . 18 A fop 19 Relieves .21 Ringlet 24 In this place 25 Electrified particle 26 Woody plant. 29 An ancient and illustrious fam ily of Italy 32 'Kind of cheese' 3 :Unit ' ars 35 Largest con tinent 36 Small fresh water fish 37 ?Ums up 39 Woithless leaving 40 An ellipsograph 42 Rodents with a divided upper lip 44 Asiatic ruminant 46 Bodies of water 48 Beverage 49 Detestable 54 Edict 55 Chief of the gods (Norse myth) 56 Greek god of war 57 Emmet 58 Web-like mem brane SD Japanese coins. DOVWN 1 Sphere 2 Companion 3 Former French Soin 4 Requires 5 Winter vehicle 6 Ireland 7' Mistake * SOLUTION TO No. 13 PUZZLE WILL APPEAR NEXT THURSDAY 8, A person to whom money has beeoon paid 9 Owner 10 Poker stake 11 Beams 16 Human chest 20 Open soace 21 Knotted 22 Island in the Nile River 23 Statute 24 Attend td 27 Wander 28 Ter...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SPORTING PARS AMAZED AT A.J.C. DECISION [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941

I SPORTING PARS AMAZED AT Ai.J.C. PDECISION Mr. R. J. Bartley, committeemnan of the CQanterbury Park Turf Club, 'Ltd., (Sylecy) state? last week-that his committee was aminazed at the de cision of the Australian Jockey Club in refusing 'a donation to the club's p.atriotic mieeting to be held on the Canterbury course 'of January 31. Mr. Bartley said that after the Canterbury club having. given L150 on. two occaisions to Red Cross meet ings at Randwick some reciprocation was 'cxpected. Tt'is understood that a committee man of the. Australian Jockey Club was questioned oil the matter and ex plained that the decision ,was reaclied' on the fact that all lprofits of the A.J.C. -are already' ear-marked for war and patriotic fur'ds. Vr

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
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