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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
~yo u, 'esTON /6#T On humid ,summer' days when ,IODEX penetrates deeply, kills busy with housework, ..shopping,. ahe.germs and quickly.soothes.and perhaps an afternoon's tennis, heals the raw, infected tissues.. your feet get steamy and moist. These are: the conditions ;under which Surfer's Foot germs thrive, feed and spread. -Doctors,say-60'/ are -infected. in . summer. ..Many are carriers leaving .,infection . on' treats, i?li??ity-it' Sin ,bathrooms, surf, club and j* a ral bturn. IOUEX will dressing-rooms. Look between- qnierly gidnarofte deeply your .toes every night and:.apply . ,and snore.,ttn heal le.. IODEX at'thee first.sign of sore- tummaryd, in/inmerd tlana. ness or .white, moist, pulpy skin. In serious cases see your doctor. Vim Ni i NO--TI 001N J~NS r,'al hmitv2 I:A 561, H~ET WEIGHTl3Vt OZ$_.+ - lil , / / i H.JONI-ES - CO ? . .: :: .2:::w ii:': ' ..... '"ýQ:1L· i.. . . . -.. :' A. AUSTRALIA'S BEST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MILITARY NEWS NO SALUTING OFF PARADE IN FUTURE New Orders Gazetted [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
MILITARY NEWS NO SALUTING OFF PARADE IN FUTURE? New -Orders Gazetted Members =of' the.imilitary Forces -are no longer ob liged to salute officers when not on parade. This ruling has. been brought about by an anlendment to the Aus tralian Military Regulations, which was gazetted at Canberra last Thursday.. It was officially explained that the old regulation .was now ., considered, suitable only for regular soldiers. It required soldiers to salute officers whenever they saw them. The only occasions on which offi cers must now be saluted, are: (i) When a-.WO., N.C.O. or Private is about to address an officer, or upon' being addressed by an officer, and at the conclu sion of that address, andS. (2) On parade (except during an .exercise in the.-field,: or-when . under the immediate control ,of - a superior or when precluded by the nature of their duties from saluting)..when passing;,-or being passed, by an officer .whom they are able to recognise, as such. Power 'For Officers Commissione...
OUTSIDER'S WIN [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
OUTSIDER'S WIN In the first race-the Wakeful Stakes, of £750 o'elos, ridden by R. Heather, won at 25,/1. This was a bad start for Flemington punters. In the Cantala Stakes, of £2000, urrablil, ridden by 0. Phillips. came home at 20/t from Rinmveil (D. Miunro) and Evergreen (W. Cook), then came High Caste, Historian, Amiable, Crojick, Industry, \WVarbirid, Danialis, Panka, Prince. Roiald, :Hydra and Strategy. In the w,f.a. L. K. S. MacKinnova Stakes, of Liooo, there were only four.starters. Beau Vite (). Mtinro) won by I, lengths from El Golea (N. Creighton) and Lucrative (M. MeCarten), with Tranquil Star fourth.
SHE'S JOINED TOO [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
SHE'S JOINED TOO "\Vlien I return home I anm join ing the Air Force." Big Ben .had made this statement, but "why?" was the question being asked by the boys who he-delights in pulling out of bed each morning. The answer has come from a lass who has just joined then Force. They couldn't both get in the Army, so this is the next best way out. The original "Bagman" un earthed this information.
MORE HEADQUARTERS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
MORE HEADQUARTERS "A" Branch is most patriotic. You're telling Smee? His reply to everything always carries a "V for victory," \Vho is "Love's Young Dream" of "G" Branch? ("'G" also stands for "Gus.") Typists are the enquirers but so far all they know is that he hails from "Way Down upon the Swanee River." Time will tell?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
I A "MILLIONAIRE" BATHROOM FOR TEN .- F OR ELEVEN POUN DS! ' oU can give your bath room a "millionaire" atmosphere by spending somewhere around ten 3oa eleven pounds. You can have a bathroom with glisten ing "tiled" walls, smoothly and delightfully finished in any colour scheme you like -- thanks to Masonite Temprtile. Temprtile is a, strong, rigid, splinTerleass '. grainless board (already pressed into 4 inch "tiles") which can be installed (over existing walls, if necessary) with ordinary tools, then, painted, lacquered or enamelled. Temprtile has the appearance, washability and durability of real tiles--yet only costs approximately. 5/- a yard plus painting. .In other parts of the house, too, you'll find the other Masonite boards, ideal for modernisation: Masonite Quartr board de -Luxe... Presdwood and Tempered Preadwood... the boards: which have so impressed Australian architects and builders that millions upon'millions of square feet were sold in 19401 ' Tempered Presdwood : Pr...
MEN'S BREAKFAST [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
MEN'S BREAKFAST Two hundred service nlen from all Units met at Christ Church at 0730 for Corporate Comnmunion and later adjourned to the Salvatioin Army Centre for .the breakfast arranged by the Christ Church Ladies' Vellow ship. Mr. Harrison moved a vote of thanks to the speaker (Brigadier Lind) and Private Raff expressed the thanks of the CE.M.S. to Major Seaton for his generosity in lending the Salvation Army Centre for the function. Pte. Pye thanked the ladies for their assistance.
McMILLAN'S [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
McMILLAN'S We have noted with interest what the Oval had to say aboUt their achievcnients in the field of sport. We're not too bad ourselves at a few games. Perhaps, "Ovalites," a baseball match or a game of soccer would not be.out of place. Next Wednesday evening we look forward to a great time, when Johnny Malfar & Co. present their variety programme. Incidentally, artists (dramatic, musical and other wise) who are interested, are invited to siubmit . their names to the same Johnny "- A" Section.
BAGOT HOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
BAGOT HOWLERS Capt. Redwood of - Bde., H.Q., now thinks it is easier to get into hospital than it is to get out again. He insists that he is quite well but the M.O. knows best. You should see the human art gal lery in Ward 5. Lt. Webb's brother officers from the (-) Pioneers have had a great time signing and draw ing on his plaster leg. Webby is quite proud of it, too. By the way, Major. Chisholn and Lieut. Harris make great mess or derlies. Try them out when they get back to their Units, and if you have any trouble just send for one of the Sisters. They tell me that Gnr. Bill Hill has asked for an armed guard to take care of his model "Spitfire." A certain nurse has had her eye on it for some time now. Never mind, Bill, we'll build you a. hangar for it. L/Cpl. Owen of (-) Fd. Bty. now has the scaffolding removed from his bed. After being hung up for 811 weeks he feels as though he has been let down. Sgt, Ron Leech (--) Fd. Amb., says lie would rather be in a Field Ambulance than in...
CONGRATULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
CONGRATULATIONS Firom the printing staff of the Press Unit to Iieut. F. ("Dagwood -alias the Sparrow") Buckinglanm, of Garden .& Parks, Vestey's, on his appointment last week to the rank of an officer. "Sparrow" was formerly \\r.O.ii of the same Unit. We wonder if the theme song will now be "An Apple for the Teacher?"
BARRACK BLOCK BANTER [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
BARRACK BLOCK BANTER One cannot help but remark on the melodious (?) voice of the "Mid night Serenader" of No. 2 Bay, No. 2 Barrack Block. Its owner (of the "Light Fantastic" fame), however, failed his admirers last pay night when he suddenly "went off the air." Rumor has it that he retired, but a complaint on the following morning of a painful face, proves that lie met with a little opposition at the height of his broadcast.
BEER FOR CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
BEER FOR CHRISTMAS In an ebdeavour to make sure that this will be a "wet" Christmas for local troops, Canteen Headquarters, 7 M.D., has made arrangements to bring a limi ted quantity of South Australian beer overland. Due to the number of times the beer brought by this route has to be handled, on its, two thousand mile journey over two separate railways and by motor con voy between railheads, freight will be exceptionally heavy. INCREASED PRICE Yesterday, the O.C. Canteens, Captain Wilson, said that owing to uie increased freight and loss due to 'breakages the Canteens would be reluctantly compelled to raise the price to 1/10 per bottle. "Even 'at that rate It is extremely doubt ful that-we will recover our landed costs," he stated... Units should:see that empty bottles are repacked four dozen to a crate inh the paper and straw wrappings in which they are received. Lids of crates should be securely fastened ready for immediate reshipment. The entire proceeds' Will be paid to the Uni...
NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
NOTICE- - Owing to the breakage of a vital-part of the .projector, which' cannot be re placed locally, the Entertainment Unit announces that no further: talkies will be screened at the vairlous camps until Necdnesday night, " The special part is being rushed from Sydney by air and will ,arrive on Tuesday afternoon, but not in time to allow for, a screening that night. Operating with only one talkie plant, which has had to be moved over some very rough roads .to a new stand each night and. worked with varying sources of power, the Entertainment' Unit has, for montha, maintained a regular seven night-a-week-schedtle, . This iremarkable record has only been made possible by the exit'eme care and expert attention the plant has redeihed from those -oper hting it. Before the end: of the year it-is hoped that 'the additional machine ,to be pro vided by the Australian Comforts Eund will arrive,., as well as the much pub licised.Mobile Unit which is also a donla tion froni the same generous ...
CHRISTMAS CHEER [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
CHRISTMAS CHEER When the festive season comes round this year, old man Santa Claus will find'his good work aided anid abetted by the A.A.O.C. Social Club, whose special fund will pro vide toys and other presents for the children of men of the thric services resident in Darwin. Formed to pro vide social atmospl)here for its mem hers, the club has been in operation for over a year audl has held many successful functions, including dances and picnics. Last year the club spent £4o on Christmas cheer for the kiddies of army lmen. The Commandant of 7 M.D. (Brigadier 1). V. J. Blake) has granted his patronage to the club atnd. has expressed himself as being in complete agreemetnt with its aims and objects, in which lie hopes the club will he very successful. The secretary (Sgt.-Major Pat Thomas) is a hard worker who believes in get-. ting things dlone. This year he says R.A.A.A. and R.A.N. personnel, will assist the fund 1bl ticket selling and attendance at dances. The cluh's next dance wi...
APATHY SHOWN BY PLAYERS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
APATHY SHOWN BY PLAYERS Twenty-eight cricketers were invited to practice at the Sydney Cricket Ground last week, with a view to selecting an interstate team for N.S.W. - Only eight of the players put in an appearance.and although five se lectors had been appointed to pick a team, none of them was present. Players present were McCauley, Barnes, Ja'mes, Easton, Livingston, Horsfield, Collins andc Leventhal, but as Eastown and Collins were the, only bowlers, they had a very tiring time keeping. the ball up to the other players. "Ginty" Lush, in civilian .clothes, came to the rescue and bowled him self to a stiandstill. Arthur. Mailey, the famous ex inteinational, writing for th'e Sydney Telegralh; said: "it appears that some of. the regular members of the State team consider themselves 'cer tainties' to be selected, and therefore 'have ignored the. invitation to attend for practice. Others probably were engaged .in more .important work. However, it is. reasonable to assume that if play...
ARMY D.I.B., PARAP [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
ARMY D.I.B., PARAP The new stage is rapidly nearing completion. Despite many handicaps, the builders have done a grand job, and the finished article will be with out an equal in Darwin. Nice work chaps. The Parap Social Club intends to stage a play in the near future. When rehearsals were aboutr to commence it was found there was' no one to play the part of the ."Oomph girl, Matilda Jane." Then began the search for a suitable ball of loveli ness, daintiness and charm combined. Finally, after much searching the lass was discovered. Matilda Jane ("Queen of Glamor") will be played by Pte. King of H.Q. Coy. C Company has' returned from the jaws of death. On Monday last they arrived back at Parap, after com pleting whlat is probably the longest march ever carried out in 7 M .1D. The march was to Bynoe Bay and return. They fought their way through dive bombing mosquitoes, sandflies, marsh flies, centipedes, scorpions, ants, lizards, colonies of hermit crabs and sharks, imaginary enemies, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
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Army News Crossword -- No. 3 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 2 November 1941
Firmy News Crossword -- No. 3 ACROSS 1 Agreement 5 Adoration 9" .Mineral spring :12 Gelatinous substance from seaweed 13 Wide mouthed pitcher 14 100,000 rupees 15 River in Vir ginia 17 Excess of solar year over lunar months 19 State of U.S.A. 20 Fumes 21 What is the northern ter minus of the Panama Rail way? 23 Backbone 24 Sigh 25 Vessels 26 Earth goddess 28 Anything growing thickly 29 Slander 30 Declare 31 Suffix: pertain ing to 32 Heathen 33 Having little color 34 Who wrote "The Merry Widow?" 35 Unit of elec tricdl capacity 36 Native of Crete 38 The frog 39 Seraglio 40 What is the capital of Venezuela? 43 Past 44 Soon 46 Only this and nothing more 47 Favorite 48 Powder .which . colors smoke 49 Again DOWN 1 Established.., value .2 Turkish officer - 3 What was the name of Jul let's family? 4 Sea demigod 5 Femir?lu?t ii.me COMPLETE SOLUTION OF No. 3, WILL APPEAR NEXT THURSDAY 6 Possess 7 Brother of Odin - .8 Hermit 9 Quench 10 Step 11 Performs 16 Masculine name 18 What is the missing...