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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

5T U WSTrW(ER-O8 .I I KNOW M1AlAM vVAS JULIEJ iAF -'XW "ALL RIiHT-A D /",1ýO '.f Ti G'M - HA4'G'D .. ,ºteV oNCE'ANDo t-+IL 1 GO'BACk -0 TH . THEN O-TO SEE * :.,.,:ý ý,,;ý. FILING DEPARTMENT ' OUR-'ENTIST A?OT. I }v?pa`ýiVO .ý iUR 8 REATH ý! " *." e/U/1E SEES iMR OENT/ST r Sf.:TEST'S SHOW -THAT- MUCH BAD AD RAT... MAKES OREATH COMES FROM DECAYING TETH SPARKLE ! FOOD PARTICLES AND STAGNANT o p SALIVA AROUND TEETH THAT AREN'T " olhng oam gpets intog . CLEANED PROPERLY. I RECOhIMCsND ýº P O "i COLGATE DENTAL CREAM. IfS hidden crevices between your ,L { "AECO4l.T P/NAL PeAL FOAM' teeth ..helps your toothbrush ..'?.POýtTS ";{<O TAT.. ' odours --that cause much bad +.. . Sbreath. And Colgate's safe polish. ing agent makes teeth na urally Suse Colgate Dental Cream . regularly nd frequently. No TR THANKS ''O COC t P rAt CAI PONT' RISK OFFENDING1 . KATHIE; fAI A SI V7AfY KEEP BAP SREATH AWAY.! ýs . ,q 4A4W/I REMEMBER, HOW USE tCOWATE DEWrfalMl ýS °" /T-HANDED THE OFFICE TWICE AVERY...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

MAP showing portion of. the present war zone of Australia's near ,north., Frank Clune's story, on this page, de- >" scribes Malaya and the Dutch East. Indies, The map will help you to follow his travels,

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Court Sidelights [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

Court: Sidelights..; Barrister (to -witness in. Divorce Court): How do you explain the fact that you were seen kissing this man's wife? WVitness: I wasn't kissing her.. She said she had an earache. I was: just leaning over to see if there was any thing wrong with her ear. 1 Defetidant (at Central Police Court): The gold-buyer offered me £3/5/- for the ring, and- I..asked. for.- £3/10/-. The gold-buyer then said; " "I'll be fair with you. I'll toss you whether I give you '3/7/6 or £3/5/-," Solicitor: What is the defendant's: general health? Witness: Everything that he's g6t a healthy man hasn't.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

W:A" PLACE IN THE SUN for Australian soldiers on the deck' of a ship which took them to a coastal defence station.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
JAPANESE CLAIM 10 U.S. SHIPS SUNK [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

10 S.USHIPS SUNK 1 LONDON, Wednesday,-Japanesc .:i. submarines had: sunk i0o: U.S, !ships .!r totalling 2o;oooo:tons,;off' Hawaii and -' the North: American. mainland i up to =- Decemtber:-45,, Tokio radio'' tlaitned :yesterday. :.:, r::- Three other ::U.S. hilps;,'totalling S3o,ooo i.tons,?': had ^been crippled and 6 five: damnaged,?:the ratdi added, A , Washington emessage - says that enemy'submatrines cattackeduan L sank -,without r:)wrnin'g. tlhe`rU;.S..: =fteigh t er Prusa "-(3513t'ons)j and-.Mannini (3252 tonsY). off Hawaii. rThirteen' sturvivors :of 'theý Prusa havec reacled .Honolulu 'after nine adays. at sea :in 'ariopen boat,

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
STALIN TO U.S.A. Wavell New Post [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

STALIN TO U.S.A. Wavell New Post Overseas radio stations last week suggested big moves by world personalities. The reports are unconfirmed. Stalin has accepted President Roosevelt's invitation to visit, the United States according to the Budapest (Hungary) radio. Mr, Churchill will wait in Wash ington for M. Stalin's visit. A B.BC. broadcast suggested that General Sir Archibald Wavell may, be appointed as Supreme Comman der of the Allied forces in the Far East, and Admiral King, of the United States Navy will be appoin ted in command of the Allied fleets in the Pacifis.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
250 DOLLARS To Bomb Tokio NEW YORK, Thursday.— [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

~ a'Bomib ? Tokio NEW .YORK, Thursday. " The Motion' PictureOperators' '? Uniori -of' Akron, Ohio, 'has bought a 25o dollar defence' <'-lI bond" "foi thet-first 'American a ,cr aviator to bomb Tokio."

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

THIRD A.I.F. V.C. WINNER. Corporal J. H. Gordon (nearest camera), third 'Australian awarded the V.C. in this war. He silencerd a Vichy machine-gun post at Jezzin, 50 miles from Damascus, on the night of July. 10 last, Corporal Gordon comes from Gingin, 50 miles from Perth,

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
German Army Reshuffle [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

. Reshuffle : A ,ast reshuffle of: the Gcermanx command: on . tlihe Russian :froint is , io? ,occurring, :de.clares C;' L '.,Sul? lierger, Moscoww corresiioiident of * the New Y.ork Timecs.: It legan,; lie sais with the replacc mient .of M'arshaF Von Bockl,y thlie .'conqueror o'ftthe ilialktans; ' aihil :List .No it is.i.ejorted thiat Mirs hil von '. Ruidlstedt .llis ?.bie.eni rellaceilc and like ise Geerai,.l Schiiiidt; .,who coinmanded " the 39th Army in the Tikhvin and Volkhov regioni durinig the 'ilu""lnU'iicssfuill 'cami aigmit" against souitheri- :Ka'reliai'ha, been succeeddd by Major-General von Arnin. It ':i not yet, 'known 'what other changes " have been\ niade or.wliether Hitlcr is '*dissatisfied 'with the Army: or the army With' Hitler. ".. .. " .... .

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BIG PROMOTIONS IN AUSTRALIAN ARMY Young Officers Get Chance [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

SBIG -PROMOTIONUS ilN?? AUSTRALIAN ARMY Young Officers .Get. £Chance. War Cabinet has decided on important. changes, in the :Australiani .., 'Army Command. The Army Minister (Mr. Forde), said that the contemplated changes should not be regarded 'as a general purge ii?the Homnie Army Command. Fifteeni 'major chanigesl. will be made. These .will -include 'the =re: tirement of four Generals and the transfer to other positions of ten' lower ranking officers:. Six younger men with good rec ords in the Middle East fighting have been irecalled to Australia to take up key, positions left vacant by the re tirements and transfers. . Of these Brigadier H. -C. H. Robertson and Brigadier. V. C. P. Plant. have .already arrived in ....Aiustiraiia. The other officers retufitig : are: Brigaidier'G A. Vasey, Brigadier C. A. Clowes, Brigadier) J. J. Murray, ald Brigadier.. S,. G.? Savige.: ..: These officers ages range fr6m 46 to 51. It is believed thit the,changes hav_ been decided upon after close c...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Record Entries For Next Ascot Races [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

Record Entries For Next Ascot Races MELBOURNE, Saturday. - En tries for the Ascot meeting, to bg held next Saturday, are a record for a registered meeting in Melbourne. Entries received total 302, This total is 192 more 'than for the corresponding meeting last year. Probably there will be at least 12 races on the programme. Entries for Mentone last week were 206, and there were Io races.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

DARWIN FORCES READY FOR ACTION. Gunners are seen manning an anti-aircraft gun at a station in the 7th Military District. Darwin forces are constantly at action stations stated the caption on this picture supplied by the Department of Information.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

HIGH CASTE, burly after a summer spell, starts to move along fast in his training for. .autumn w.f.a. races. The picture was taken on the Randwick tracks on Tuesday. Ted Bartle is the jockey.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

S'ONE ,OF AUSTRALIA'S RAREST - MARSUPIALS, this little fellow is known as.a numbat ,or banded ant eatei. Found only in the south-west corner of Australia, the Numbat is.th,e oldest type of living animal. This one was flown by .plane from -W.A.- to Mel bourne, and" is now at t the Sir, Colin . MacKenzie. Sanctuary;, Healesville. :

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BRITISH FORCES RECAPTURE BARDIA South African Troops In First Break Through EFFECTIVE SUPPORT BY AIR FORCE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

BRITISH FORCES RECAPTURE BARDIA South African T- roops In First Break Through EFFECTIVE SUPPORT BYEAIR FORCE.: .. LONDON, Saturday. Units of the British Eighth Armyw recaptured Bardia yester day. South African troops broke through part of the defences" on Thursday. The number of prisoners taken has not yet .been: announced. South : Africans troops with' British'tank'and artillery support, on Thursday broke: through .part 'of } the': Bardia' defences - where German: and-' Italian troops, al thoughi isolated; °have' been hold ing out since" the' Eighth Army swept across the Western Desert towards' Tobruk. This is revealed "in; Thursday's Cairo' communique, which' says:- "Activity in .the. Agedabia area .was less marked .in the past 24 hour.s than" previously; 'but our forces continued to harass ithe' main enemy forces in that area::? Specially effective support was"afforded by-our'air forces, which. carTied out -heavy 'attackst on, enemy motor :vehicle "toncentrations: near Agedabia a...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
OPTIMISM! [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

U'FORTIMISM! "The world is a looking 'glass, and. '.gives back to every man'the reflec ition of his -own' face. :Frown at It*/ and it will in turn look-sourly upon; you; laugh at' it and with it, and it is aijolly kind companilon."-Thackeray." 'The optimist wastes no time on self pity, he has: no grudge against the world, and disappointments an'd misfortunes 'fail .to depress him,, He livdei a .full,- .cheerful, -manly life, keeping the blinds up on the-sunny side:. Of:his .ifnind :so 'that the warm rays ?can' brig coiotentieiit to his soutil: Optimism"' gives us:-power to fight against the greatest odds aild to defy grim care, worry .and anxiety. But let us: niot forget, troubles seldom come to us, but' rather .it is' we who go to, them: 'So'.many:people spen'd half. their 'lives, creating imaginary safeguards against imhaginary evils. Retimember,":: happiness - becomes a duty. for . all':with Jwhom duty is 'a happiness;. True :optimism. is founded upon a clear percept ion of the f...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
MARRIED AT 13 MOTHER AT 14 DIVORCED AT 21 [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

MARRIED AT- 13 MOTHER AT .14. DIVORCED AT =-21 SYDNEY.--A ':girl, who be= - .came a:. bride at the: ageof;t,x3: ;and:a mother.at :i4i had a decree : •'nisi awardpd,:against-:her.in the ;. .Divorce..Court last..sweeký ,on-.thehe grotind of her .desertion.,;, : j. She was: U na .Alide :Worthing, 21, lwho married... Jack .Vdrtliing. tat Glouster (N.S,W;); in "Februatry,,:i934; ,when 'she .was 13 and .he.2 . On the marriage .certificatc, .Worth ing said, his i'ife'gae' heri ageas 16. " After the marriage there weire dis-' putes over her. neglect .of, the. two-, children,,.who.. are, no.w"aged seven : and five respectively, he ,satd, aild in Febttuaiay, 937,: she left 'him. _ Questioned "by Mr, Justice Owen. as to the validity of the marriageiof a girl of 13, Mr. L. C. Abigail (for Wothing), said that a, male could marry at the age'of i4 and a female' at 42,? The judge granted the custody of theolder child, to Worthing, and the youngetr.to the wife;.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
M.D. SOCCER ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

7 MID. SOCCER ASSOCIATION The . following table shows the positions of- clubs.i'playing Ain the-7 M.D. Soccer Association:-. Teams M lWi' W D L 'For Agst, Pts. Athletes ..... 8 -7 '1- 0. -19; 3B: 15 Lar; Blues .. :8' 5 1 2 25 6 .11 Galahs :.....;.7 "3 3 '1 10 8 9 Vestey's .,:...... 7 2 4 1 7 8 8 Wanderers,.,, 8 ":3 .2 3.'3'- 10 8 8, Kagliroos ... 7 3 1 3 .8 .. 9 7 Wombats' .., 7 2' '1 4 :8 . 14 5 Heavies .;.....,.,6 6 2 0 4 10 14..-4 Melville ........ 7 1 ' ?? 6"' 16 3 A.M' .. ........ 7 ' 0 1 6 - 3"": 16 1 McMillauis .......,,, ..?,.,.. . Withdrawn' ", .Queensland St4Lrs ' Withdrawni V -

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
DANCE BAND ENTHUSIASTS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

DANCE 'BAND ENTHUSIASTS jBir.i N, W-. -Mithiews of Enicry Point, lhas a. set of drutins for sale stitblile& for ldance band work,. He Will aectipt' tcai'csf" offiTi'2: Fui-ther particulars, are "available by writing to 13bo..223, Darwin. . . Emblazon his shield on, high panel Wherever a foe may advance, .For irritants-of the air channel All quickly succumb to his lance, AWay' with you deadly Bronchitis, Your yoke we no longer endure, iThe' victir in every fight is Woods' Great Pepermint Cure.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
CANNOT EJECT WAR WORKERS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 4 January 1942

CANNOT EJECT WAR WORKERS C A N B'E R R A, Friday. - Lodging-house keepers cannot eject war workers in future ex cept for failure to pay rent, wilful damage to property, or offensive behavior. This is provided in amend-. ments to the National Security (Housing of War Workers) Regulations gazetted last week. The amendment gives workers boarding in lodging houses the same rights as workers renting houses.

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