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SEX OFFENCES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

SEX OFFENCES Adelaide, Tuesday, Oct. 28.-As a result of the large number of cases of criminal assault on girls, and in the hope of evolving some construc tive suggestions for dealing with the offenders, the Woman's Christian Temperance Union has arranged a conference to be held at Willard Hall, Wakefield Street, at 8 p.m. to morrow. Thke Rev. Norman Craw ford will speakeon the psychological aspect of the problem, and Mrs. L. J. Jensen on the law in relation to such offences.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
STRENGTH OF THE R.A.A.F. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

STRENGTH OF THE R.A.A.F. The Minister for Air (Mr. Drake ford) said there were now more than 6o,ooo men i.n the R.A.A.E.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RAILWAY REVENUE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

RAILWAY REVENUE Sydney.-The Minister for Trans port (Mr. O'Sullivan) said the Com missioner of Railways' report for the year ended June 3o, 1941, shows a capital indebtedness of £146,781,484, on which interest mounting -to £5,389,460 was paid. Revenue for the year 1940-4t was £23,215,610. Expenses absorbed nearly 5/4 of every Li earned by the Railways.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
DR. YOUNG DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

DR. YOUNG DEAD Melbourne, Sunday, Oct. 26.-The death occurred at a private hosiptal in Heidelberg to-day of-Dr. Alexan der Rtissell Young, a celebrated figure in Presbyterian missionary circles. Dr. Young, a medical missionary -of the Church of Scotland; served for some years -in Africa and he had been, stationed at -Liaoyang, Man chtria, for 33 years before retiring.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RENT CONTROL [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

RENT CONTROL At a discussion in Canbeira, the Attorney-Genieral (Dr. Evatt) and the Minister for Labor (Mr. Ward) will draw tip a report for Cabinet on rent control.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
KYNETON (Victoria) [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

. YNETON (Victoria) TOTE (5/-) RACE PLACED HORSES, RIDERS S.P. WIN PLACE £s.d. £s. d. GLAUCUS, 10.3 (Reegan), 0/4 0 17 6 0 7 0 HURDLE Bet Syce, 9.13"" (McCoy) 9/2 - 0 9 0 (2 miles) ; Scottish King, 9.7 (Bower) 15/1 - 0 11 6 BRIDAL GOWN,,8.4 (Crilly) 2/1 0 18 6 0 8 0 MAIDEN PLATE Giltonel,' 7.5 (Glennon) .. 7/2 - 0 8 0 (6 fur.), 1st Div. Let'S Hope, 8.3 (Lechmere) 20/1 - 3 8 0 BOBBINA, 7.6 (Williams) 20/1 6 2 6 1 13 0 MAIDEN PLATE Staromine, .8.1 (Johnson) 20/1 - 5 4 0 2nd DIv. Spear Flight, 8.11 (Percival) 3/1 - 0 8 6 KYNETON INSPECTOR SCOTT, 8.1 (Purtell) ,3/1 0 17 0 0 8 0 HANDICAP Ronianette, 8.11 (Preston) 7/1 - 0 9 6 (9 fur.) Brave Lady, 8.2 (Simonds) 7/1 - 1 7 6 NOVICE ., GLEN EDEN, 7.8 (Ralph) 15/1 6 14 6 2 1 6 HANDICAP High Song 8.7. (Preston) 5/4 - 0 9 0 (7 fur.), 1st Div. Sports Girl, 7.6 (Armleld) 10/1 - 0 16 6 NOVICE WICK 773;(Powell) 12/1 3 16 6 1 19 0 H2nd DIV.P Sope,76 (Ralp ) ield) 12/1 No third Dividen do WELTER BEVERA, 7.13 (Mornement) 8/1 2 6 0 0 15 6 HANDICAP Trvn...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

FEET THAT SOON ACHE & TIRE Whether' your work.-is at home; in the factory or shop, the cbntin ual strain is bound to tell not only on your feet, but make you mnispr able and depressed. <If your. feet let you (lown, do nbt fail todtry the Zam-Buk treitment; Zam-Buk brings-wonderful relief from aching, pain . and , soreness, heals chafing and! blisters, and makes your-feet easy and comfort able. Never he without a handy box of Zam-Bukl Are In Need Of * amiu G LASS cups and shciners are here to stay In more'senses than one1' They outlast china 1y years. and,-years. They are much harder to break or crack: ;and, because they do. not craze, are " finitely more hygienics From the artistic point of'vicw-well, just take onc look at the latest glass cups in cicar, green ofrmber! Com pare them-n 'ith .their commonplace china ancestors! Only, one decision is possible. Another point: Glass- cups and saucers are. niade in Alistralia.=Glass on.yol.r breakfast tray - or tea-table...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Short Story The NEW MAN [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

Short Story The NEW "M~AN By MARK HELLINGER 'It was warm; and the apart ment door was " open. The old man stepped i inside; 'glancing from one side to the other, until he came to the' kitchen. His daughter .Virginki ivas peiel ing potatoes. She ran to him anid threw both arms around his neck; "Daddy, darling!! she said, kiss1 ing him warmly. "It wias exactly what Jte needed' to*-give hint -on= fidence:. -0 The old manmigit lih've bcen niys tified by such a conversational ojien ing except for the fact that he .had been trying to give -her ,6e confid ench for a year. Joe was a fine lioy. Noidoubt about it. BittJoe was the type of marin whb couldn't, land ai job if, he.owned aa factory: Since his Martha <died, Virginia had been everything'; t the old £nanr And when she married Joe why: the old mii ajust naturally. adoptecd himn, too . Then Joe got into *a fight with'.his boss. And the -oily'. thing; he. .won was a one-way invitaition :to the cashier s cage. Joe went, after, ...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
FOUND DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

FOUND DEAD Adelaide, Oct. 27.-George Ewens, 19, who was employed at a Mt. Gam- bier wool and skin store, was found dead at the Valley Lake. There was a .2e calibre rifle beside the body. The police are preparing a report.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

The stronger the edge, the longer its life Seen under a lens, every Gillette blade has a steel shoulder or buttress behind the cutting edge, rather like the blade of a chisel.' This construction, the outcome of three stages In the sharpening process, gives such strength behind the cutting edge that you obtain many more smooth shaves than the ordinary blade will give. The edge of many a blade is damaged by o"L careless unwrapping before it is ever, used. o So carefully is the Gillette blade packed that the cutting edges are not permitted to touch even the inner wrapper, as you will see by holding it up to the light; If you will take equal care in handling it, you can get many more shaves per blade. USE GILLETTE AND SAVE STEEL Gillette, Ses 2/71 to 47/.. Blue Gillette Blades 5 for 1/7. Managing Agents: PHIPSON &: COMPANY, (PTY) LTD., 181 Clarence Street, Sydney LEND ME A POUND TILL FRIDAY! The petty borrower -quickly loses prestige and friends. He Is trading on the .thrift of ...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
AMERICAN SPIRIT MISJUDGED President Roosevelt Reveals Nazi Aims NEW YORK, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

BURNING WRECKAGE of the Lock heed Lodestar 'plane which crashed a few minutes after taking off from Kemajoran aerodrome; Batavia, on October 13. The five occupants of the aircraft, including the Commander-in Chief of the Dutch East Indies Army (General. G. J. Berenschot), inset, and Wing-Commander Watkins, R.A.F., were killed. Seven native occupants of a house on which the 'plane crashed were also killed. (4 // t~ EOOM.e.4t

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Remarkable Response To Army News [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

Remarkable -Response To Army News The demand for the first issue of Army News was 85 per cent. greater.than expected. Vaiiokiis --Units ° veryK kindly gave :is their *report :on how the paper was re ceived. Here are a few of. them: Froriethe Oval1 "Alck Ack": We wish to congratulate Army :News on their flrst publication, which gave rnore, than any of' us expectedtbothe in size. and'. variety":of items, If it was' ac cepted . with 'the same. enthusiasm' throughout all camps as by 'the Oval, its future as a means of inter-Unit, coin munication is assured. The late' over seas 'and Australian news is welcomed with Ikeen interest." : From the Field Battery: "'We- convey, our congratulations to' all concerned. in the production of Army News. It's' just what the Services have been waiting for, and through its columns we hope.' a better spirit of. cameraderie among the- Services will be fostered." 'Navy reported that the' paper. was well' received' and the only complaint was the lack of com...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Japan's P.M. Talks War "Nothing Can Stop Us" [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

Ja pa n's: P.M. Talkst War "Nothing Can Stop 'Us" NEW YORK;'Oct.&26.A-Tokio correspondent of, the NewLYork :Tikiessays that, addressing, 200 higher officials: at? Osaka, the. Japanese', Prime Minister (Gen eralF Tojo) said:- . - :.'With "`the'. wor~ld: .environment 'changing so: quickly, we cannot :.tell -what is; in-store-for us at any minute, but' the Enipire stands solemnly on the national policy which has been reiteratedtime and again' We iult ego on to develop i-n Ever expanding progression; There is tio retreat A Naturally,'difficulties'will arisebut if .one': hundredin million: people n-lerge into one iron solidlarity and go forward, nothinfg can' stop us;. 'If ti hiefsite ':of preparedness is completed;' diplomacy . will 'become an-zeasy affair; Wars, can bie .fouight itli.ease. Nting can ssurprise m'e;; n'6 internItional: pressure .can, disturb ne h.Unrity. makes :people onie anid whole, anid it viflsolve all'problems:' In ai riinterviewA General -Tojo, urged .the n...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
FEDERAL BUDGET TABLED INCREASED PAY FOR FIGHTING SERVICES Deferred Pay for Darwin Men CANBERRA, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

FEDERAL BUDGET TABLED INCREASED PAY FOR FIGHTING SERVICES Deferred Pay for. Darwin Men CANBERRA, Wednesday. The Federal Budget tabled in Parliament this afternoon, provides for an increase of a shilling a day active pay for, all members of the fighting-services, including the Home Defence War - time Military Forces. This payment involves a total additional expend iture. of £7,300,000 per year. The Governiment is retaining the previous Government's- al lowance of an extra sixpence perrd'ly for wives wvithout chil dren,"butt has extended it to in clude wives with one or more :children. The Government also 'decided to increase dependents' allowance in respect of a second ..child by sixpenice a clay. The standard allotment,' which must be made by a meniber from his pay towards the rnainit'eiance of his wife'i anld family, will be in creased from 3/- to 3/6.. A wife only now receiving £2/2/- will hereafter receive £2/9/-, wife with oine child. formn rly receiv mg £2/19/6 will' now receiv...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RUSSIA COUNTER ATTACKS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

RUSSIA COUNTER ATTACKS LONDON, October 27.-Russian attacks on the central front defending Moscow smashed German forces from several villages and regained important ground, despatches reported. However, it is acknowledged that a serious military situation exists in the South Ukraine where the Germans are said to be throwing in their best shock troops against the Rostov defences. Severe fighting on the Moscow front continues as Red Army coun ter-attacks, some of which have been progressing for 24 hours, slash into German spearheads. Although no important gains were made by the Germans yesterday, fierce battles continue to rage on the central and southern fronts, and the position of Rostov on the Sea of Azov, .i still one of acute danger. The Germans. are reported to be within ten miles.of the town. Soviet military reports state tthat a battle is raging at. the approaches to Kharkov; where Russian forces have been forced to fall back under attacks by fresh Nazi reserves. A message from...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
PACIFIC DEFENCE Review by Sir Robert Brooke-Popham [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

PACIFIC DEFENCE Review by Sir Robert Brooke-=opham Assurances of increasing strength in -the Allied defences .in the "Pacific 'zone, of their readiness .to -meet u any emer gencies,: and ,.of contentment and good health .'amongst .the Aus tralian fighting forces stationed in Malaya, were -given by Air Chief Marshal Sir Robert . Brooke-Popham, Commander-in Chief in'the Far East. He declared, in an interview, that everywhere in the Far East there had been -a general improvement in the defensive position. The Dutch had more. .aeroplanes and more flying boats. At Malaya we. had more -aeroplanes, many more troops, and more equipment than we had earlier this year. There had been a general strengthening of defences in the Philippines also. JAPAN'S `AIR LINE ,Sir Robert said he did not take a very serious view of the agreement which the Japanese had obtained from the Portuguese Government for an extension ,of their air line from Pelew, in.the Carolines, to Dilli, capi tal of Portuguese Timo...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

* TO ESCAPE the Nazi terror in Holland, 'tese Dutch officers sailed across the North Sea in a little,: homen-made- canvas sailing boat. , After their outboard motor broke down a few. miles from the Dutch coast, .theyAsailed; for four days without food until they were picked up by a British destroyer 20 miles' from the. English coast;

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
TURKEY FEARS THAT GERMANY MAY STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

TURKEY FEARS. THAT GERMANYS MAY STRIKE `The Turkish' .Government's. action: in issuing n°ew- decrees tightening. up.. the. regulations against. fifth columinists and sab oteurs indicates the fear that the right claw of Hitler's- Black Sea.:. pincers movement is !ready to strike at Turkey. Reports from neutral sources state that Italian warships are sneaking from island.to island in the Dodtcan ese group anll are gradually converg ing on the Dardanelles. Turkey has rejected Italy's- pro posal * for the transfer of Italian planes for= food. The Turks. demaanded that the Italians, deliver the .planes similarly to the Britishl who- fly- bombers: and fighters direct to Turkey. Italy -replied that only second hand Capronis. were available, Tur key then prompty rejected the:food transfer proposal.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
FOUR-DAY XMAS BREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

FOUR-DAY XMAS BREAK. Sydney, Sunday.-The Chief Sec- retary (Mr. Baddeley) said yester- day that an early Cabinet decision could be expected concerning a four day break at Christmas. Mr. Badd- eley said that employees' associa- tions had asked that the Saturday following Boxing Day should be de- -clared a public holiday.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
FATHER AT 94. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 30 October 1941

FATHER AT 94. Melbourne, Saturday.--When the birth statistics for 1941 are compiled, an additional page will have to be placed in the demography figures. It will include the age of the Rev. William Green, of Mt. Evelyn, Vic toria, who, at the age of 94 years, has become a father. At present, the table of fathers' ages goes only to the 82 mark, and of them there was only one in 1939 - the latest figures available. The table reveals that the wife of this 82-year-old man was aged 39.

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