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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
Trained Men are Indispensable That's why I.C.S. Students get the good lobs and hold them I I.C S 140 ELIZABETH STREET, Sirs.-Please'end free prospectus showing how I can succeed in the occupation I have marked X Accountancy-Secretarial (all Inst. Ex.) Bookkeepinq-General Store, Station. Salesmanship--Gen., Speciality, Retail. Psychology and Personality in Business. Advertisinq-Retall, Mall-Ord., Agency. Window Disp.-Show Card, Shop "ckts. flustratlag-Newspaper, Fash., Poster. Free Lance Jour'ism-Short Story Writ. Matriculatlon-Leaving-Inter.-Pub. Sorv. Gen. Education-Bus. and Sales Letters. Police Entr. Exam., Nurses Entr. Exam. Architecture-Structural Concrete. Building Contracting-Air Conditioning. Draftsmanship (Mech. & all branches). Motor Enq.-Mtr. Mech., Mtr. Exams. Diesel Enq.-Illumin. Engr., Weld. Eng. Internal Comb. and Steam Drivers' Exa. Radio Enq.-Radio Serv., Radio Exms. Aero Enq.--Gd. Eng., Licenses Riqqing. Elec. Enq.-Elec. Cont. & Mechs' Exms. Civil E...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
MAKING THE MOST OF the last days of summer, Mrs. Gene (Jeanette Mc Donald), Raymond rises it 6 o'clock these mornings for a brisk dip before Sgoing to work on the M.G.M. set. With the rest of the film colony, the Raymonds keep open-house on week ends and hold barbecues for the troops. While her husband turns the spit ,Jeanette entertains the soldiers with a - song between -swims.
EDUCATION LISTENING TO MUSIC [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
EDUCATION LISTENING TO MUSIC The distinction between classical and popular music is one that is made so often that it is worth while to examine these words and see what they mean. When* the average person calls music "classical" he usuplly means-that it is. too' difficult for him to listen to, and-that it bores him. He calls dance music and a few other things which he has -often heard, and - with which -he has become familiar, "popular." Yet some of these popular pieces are definitely good, while. others can only be described as cheap. When any art flourishes and there is d big output of new compositions, there are bound to be some good and many mediocre productions: it is the public who decide which shall live and become traditional, and it is the oublic who con sign to the dust heap what is not good. Keith Barry, in "Music and the Lis tener," says of jazz,."The ordinary popu lar song never lasts more than a few weeks, after which time it is mercilessly' forgotten by those who sang...
CONTROL OF OIL [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
CONTROL OF OIL Canberra.-The Minister for Supply (Mr. leasley) issued a warning dlur ing the week that the Government's decision to take control of the Glen Davis Shale Oil project might not be an isolated action. "Our policy is to know what hap pens to every penny the Government advances to any industry "that. is essential to the war effort," Mr. Beasley said. V---
SIX-MONTH CAMPS TO GO ON [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
SIX-MONTH CAMPS TO' GO ON. Canberra.-Because of the tension in the Pacific no move will be made ,bN the Govern &lt;ment to reduce the period of militia camp training at present, it was learned to-day. A proposal for the reduction of camp training from six months to three with supple mentary night and week-end training, was to have been con sidered as part of re-organised home defence plans to release more men for essential civil occupations. Plans for reorganisation of home defence will be discussed by, the Army Minister: (Mr.' Forde) with the Military Board in Melbourne.
REWARDS FOR RECOVERY OF PARAVANES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
REWARDS FOR RECOVERY OF PARAVANES Canberra, Thursday.-Regulations authorising payments to encourage people to assist in the recovery of paravanes were gazetted to-day. A paravane is a device carried by ships to protect them, against' mines. A reward of £5 will be paicd for the salvage or recovery of a para vane and. its delivery to a local naval authority.~ For the first report which leads to the recovery of the device £2 will be paid.
WOMAN SHOT DEAD ON FARM [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
WOMAN SHOT DEAD ON FARM Brishane.--Mrs,' Jcinnic Ogden, 57, was -shotl dtad last. Monday at hecr fatn; 23. miles ' from - M?ttron, -Later a young man enfpioyctle on the farM was detained by the police. TM·s, Ogden's bodty was discovered utriler the" house- bly liern' husbanid; Jaines: Edmntnd Ogeri; .:
SMALL BEER GLASS PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
SMALL BEER GLASS PRICES Adelaide, .;Thursday.--T'ic De]puty Prices Cornissoioncr ,(Lieut.-Col. \V. iP J. McCitai) said yester.day that the price of ; o0z. glasscs of beer would not be increased from.3d, to 4d., as indicated recently. in Adelaide ).er.' lia not been solcl for 3d, and it was not intended that a 5 oz. glass should be sold for 4d., he said.
MR. WENDELL WILLKIE MAY VISIT AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
MR. WENDELL':WILLKIE MAY VISIT AUSTRALIA Canberra, riday. - I nterest has .bcen aroused by reports current 'in well-informed quarters ,that there is a" strong pIrobiaility\ that Mr. ,WeVn dell .Willkie will shorily visit. Aus tralia. No dfficial coifirmation of the re port is available, Ihut there is. good reason to believe that thlcy are w\vell based, particularly as it was sug gested soon after Mr. Willkic visited Britain that lie might later visit Aus tralia and New" Zealnid. V
MENTONE (Melbourne) [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
MENTONE (Melbourne) TOTE (51-) RACE PLACED HORSES, RIDERS S.P. WIN - PLACE 0 .? - • -s;t...d., A £,s. d. MURRAY REGULAR HOPE, 7.11 (Preston) 7/1 1 7.6' 6 0 HANDICAP Legality. 6.12 (Neae) 9/2 - 11 6 (5 furs.) Gallant Gentleman, 7.10 (Badger) 7/2 - 8 6 MANUMBAR PYRAMUS, 8.2 (Badger) 13/8 13 6 " .7 0 HANDICAP Vermont, 8.1 (Purtell) 7/4 -.. 6' 6 1st Div. (7 furs.) Argentina, 6.12 (Neale) 12/1 - 10 6, MANUMBAR LUCILLE, 7.3 (Hayes) 33/1 32 10 0 6 8 6, HANDICAP Manito, 7.2 (-) 12/1 - 18 6 2nd Div. (7 furs.) -Azores, 7.7 (Crilley) 12/1 - 19 0 EPSOM CHAMBERLAIN, 7.7 (Purtell) 7/2 1' 6 0 11 0 CUP Alibi, 7.2 (Beresford) 25/1 -- 1 15 0 (1 mile 2j ,furs.) Strategy, 7.13 (Breasley) 15/1 - 1 9 0 MORDIALLOC TRELEEN, 7.10 (Preston) 8/1 2 11 0 14 0 STAKES Reception, 9.2 (Crilley) -- 5/2 -- " 9 6 (6 furs.) Red Morn, 8.3 (Rae) 10/1 15 6 CHELTENHAM SHANGHAI, 8.2 (Callilnan) 8/1 2 2 6' 11 0 HANDICAP Danae, 8.0 (Williamson) 7/1 - ' '13 6. (1 miles) Similar, 8.6 (Olsen) 3/1 -- 10 0O PARKDALE IRIDIUM, 9.8 (...
ARMS WORKERS' XMAS HOLIDAYS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
ARMS WORKERS' XMAS HOLIDAYS Canberra.-The Supply Minister (Mr. Beasley) stated that factories on defence production could close for Christmas holidays between De cember 24 and January.5. "Maximum production. is urgent, but relaxation is necessary to main tain health and efficiency,'' he added. "The holiday can also be used to overhaul plant which has been work ing continuously, for ilornths without proper maintenanice and repairs."
RANDWICK (Sydney) [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
RANDWICK (Sydney) TOTE "(5/-) -RACE PLACED HORSES, RIDERS S.P. WIN PLACE NURSER1Y SARODA, 9.0 (McCarten) 1/5 5 6 . , 5 9 HANDICAP Kiaree, 8.1 (Bartle) 14/1 14, 9' "(5 furs.) Goshawk, 8.0 (O.Donnell) 33/1 - - FARM TRIAL GIGLI, 8.4 (McMenamin) 12/1 3 9 3 16 9 HANDICAP Patrician. 9.0 (Munro) . 9/2 - .9 0 1st DIv. (1 mile) Platero, 7.3 (Gollogly) 9/2 - 11 6 KIRKHAM RIVERTON, 8.5 (Thompson) /4 14/3 . STAKES Hall Stand, 8.5 (McMenamin) 1/1 (5 furs.) Bangster, 8.12 (Delaney) 7/1 FARM TRIAL CHRISTOPHER MILNE, 9.5 (Munro) 3/193 ?? 0 HANDICAP Plimsol, 8.2 (Skelton) 7/3 9 . 3 2nd Div. (1 mile) Paul Muni, 8.9 (Knox) 33/1 1 9 CAMDEN RIHYLSTONE. 9.1 ()IcMenamin) 9/2 1 i11 6 I 9 HANDICAP The Miller, 9.11 (Thompson), 7/2 - - : 8 9 (6 furs.) Radical, 10.2 (Bartle) 7/2 9' 0 WARWICK DEWAR, 8.11 (Thompson) 8/13 7 0 HANDICAP AnpapeJo, 8.0 (Mulley) 9/2 (1y mile) Malagigi, 8.7 (Bartle) 3/1 -. WARWICK VEILED THREAT, 9.13 (Williams) 5/2 1 1 3 9 r WELTER Sobersides, 8.3 (Cook) 10/1 15 ?0 (7 furs.) Air Link, ...
MARCHING RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
IARCHING RECORD . Melbourne, Saturday.-The longest one-day march ever to be accom plished in Australia is claimed by 65 members of the 13th Field Regiment (Militia), who marched 5o miles from VWoodside to Port Nearlunga in 201 hours. [The men went to a dance the same evening. V
DELHI POST UNCHANGED [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
DELHI POST UNCHANGED Canberra.-It is not intended, for the present at any, rate, to recall Sir Bertram Stevens from the post of Australian ..representative on .the Eastern Group-Supply Council at Delhi. A tacit .decision to this effect has been reached by .F'ederal Cabinet, despite strong criticism of Sir Ber tram's appointment by Labor mem hers -when the'party was in opposi tion'. v
Service Boxing BIG CONTEST WON BY R.A.A.F. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
Service Boxing BIG CONTEST WON. BY R.A.A.F. MELBOURNE, Saturday. At the Stadium last night, the Air Force won the inter-service cup presented by the racing Patriotic Appeal, because they, had a stronger all round team than Navy and Army. The Airmen- lost only two bouts and drew one other of the 12 events they contested. Final points were: R.A.A.F, ............ 31 Army ..............22 N avy '........... ...... 18 There was no finer: display than that of L. A. C. Paton in the man ner in which he boxed against the more experienced- Gunner Norm. Woods. Paton got .the decision al though a ,draw would have been a more popular result with the crowd.' There- were many excellent dis plays and the crowd of.6,ooo, with a large sprinkling of high ranked offi cers thoroughly enjoyed a good night's entertainment. V-4
Wet Weather Upsets Sport [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 7 December 1941
Wet Weather Upsets Sport MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Be cause of the past few days' rain there was little sport in Melbourne other than racing to-day. STennis' was off, cricket was cancel led; except for a few minor games. Bowls and athletics were also can celled. The State War Funds Tennis tournament will be continued next Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Kooyong, To-day's abandonment of district cricket means that all first eleven matches in the fifth round which begun last Saturday are drawn, ex cept the one-day game in which •Northcote defeated University. on the firstLitinings.