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WOMAN'S DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

WOMAN'SS DEATH Sydney.c.-Police are inquirt ing into the deat' of Aileen Jeffersoni, 25, a mnarried ;wtmnan, ยท\who formerly lived in Newcastle. The ciuse of death is not yet known,. It is" believed that sihe died of poisonitng, ;but tlie definite .caiuse of death will rinot be 'rcvealed 'intil the results, of- a p.ast mnortem examina tion arc disclosed * within the next lday or two.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Russia's Greatest Military Strategist [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

Russia's - Greatest Military Strategist In her grave emergency, .Russia has turned for. military guidance and leadership to her greatest. army. technician and strategist, Marshal Boris Shapo shnikoff. It was announced from Kulbyshev at the week-end that Marshal Sha poshnikoff would relinquish the political post of Vice-Commissar for Defence (Stalin himself is Defence Commissar) to take over the sup remely responsible position of Chief of the General Staff-a rank he has twice previously occupiied in his somewhat turbulent military career. Shaposhnikoff, 58, is described by thie American magazine Time as be ing "as tough-faced and mild man nered as a bulldog," hut his mill manner is deceptive, for he can be completely ruthless when the occa sion demands. He was responsible for the strategy of the Finnish cam paign. Most neutral observers lauded the strategy, which was bungled in the field handling.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Soldiers' Mail Hold-up Is Denied [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

Soldiers' Mail Hold-up Is Denied In reply;*to a report that 14,ooo bars of soldici's' mails were stored in Sydney basements, the Australian representative of the British Minis try of Shipping (Sir Thomas Gor dIon) said: "Any accumulation of soldiers' mail Ihas certainly not been caused by shortage of ships, we have plenty of sliips for carriage of mails and cargo from Australia. "There are several sailings each week, and we are always abreast of cargo .and mail recquircmcnts. We will take all the mail and cargo offered," hIe said. The N.S.W. Deputy-Director of posts and Telegraphs (Mr. Hamilton) told the P.M.G. (Senator Ashley) that all accu mulated mail had been removed from the basements during the weekend, for despatch abroad. He said some congestion of mails was unavoidable at this time of the year.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
LIEUT. H. COLLINS BANNED AS SOLDIER-BOOKMAKER [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

LIEUT. H. COLLINS BANNED AS SOLDIER - BOOKMAKER Lieut. Herbert Collins, who was captain of the famous Australian eleven during the last war, has been stopped by. the Army, from practising as a bookmaker at the Harold Park and Wentworth Park (Sydney)' Dog Meet-,. ings on Saturday nights. Now too old for overseas service, Lieut. Collins joined the. Home..De fence Forces. He was attached to the Salvage Corps as a Sergeant, and recently received his comtnission. Collins registered with the National Coursing Association as a bookmaker on July 5, and fielded at Wentworth Park on October ir: He registered with the Trotting Club on September 3o, and fielded at the Harold Park- meeting on October 8,... SA military spokesman at Victoria Barracks (Sydney) said: "The necessary disciplinary action has been taken and in future Lieut Collins will not ap pear as ,a bookmaker. at dog meetings." It was further stated that officers and men of the Home Forces were customarily permitted one day a week l...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Water Polo [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

Water Polo VWater polo- on Sunday a'ftcrnoon. at Por:t 1\Var Sigial. Station' ; bliotween e' : iis froin. our dieplot slii'p ind Etmery Point, proved highly success: ful. The ' result .was a draw-two The unbeaten Headquarters. Signal. St-/ion.: tea'm. contintied theirr run .of successes;, :again L:`,defeating; JI-feal-. quafters 2-Nil .Best players were S:B;A: Petei' Black and Able Seaman B:ob Smith.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SYNOPSIS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

SYNOPSIS :,Qur-seriaLis_telling .the. story._ :-.f 'a io,ooo.rnmile trip by flying boat :from Sydriey to ,Singapobte ..andback. . : -The .a~uthor ;told- of the beauties. -of : BroIden By .-and: Newcastle from' the . air; and' has' dwelt upon the' early his. tory of these places-giving in teresting odd details. . The "Cleopatra" is now over Port Stephens on the. New South Wales coast, and Frank, Clune has related how it was first discovered: and1 explro'ied, Now,- read on:-- .

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
A.I.F. NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM MIDDLE EAST [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

A.I.F. NOT.:TO BE TAKEN FROM [IDDLE.E t. F.., Ge&ieral Sir TTliiimas Biamey is" e tui'gig:ttOg;i istralia fA gr?corsuitttiliSi : with the Ecderal ,Gvermlent. Thie 'Pr.ini&' iMiiisterY (Mr: ;Curtintr: State - thaft:Ge:ieral Blainey:.will return to the . Middle. East,-fom'r whence the '?.i.F. will. inot be- takeni. ',

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Soldier-Jockey Leads English Riders [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

Soldier-Jockey Leads English -Riders A report coming from London states that Gunner Harry Wragg, at 39, is going to be 'champion jockey of the 1941 racing sea son, which efds this week. Though nowa{days Wragg is a Gunner in an anti-aircraft battery, he has so far ridden 68 winners this season. Three meetings still remain, but Wragg's total is nine greater than his nearest rival. Wragg joined the Army on July 21, and has ridden at twenty meet ings for 28 winners since putting on battle-dress. His wife, when asked how Wragg got Army leave so often, said: "Harry has special privileges. He gets -leave becauise his work often keeps him up at night. He often has gone straight from the battery to a meeting. He sometimes rides after being at his post all night. He has ridden when he should have been sleeping." It is the first time Wragg has won the jockeys' premiership. Gordon Richards would undoubtedly be the champion, but for the fact that an accident early in the season kept him out of t...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Sydney University CHANCELLOR RESIGNS SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

Sydneyr University CHANCELLOR, RESIGNS SYDNEY, Monday. Sir . Percival Hatlsee R.ogers. an nounced that 'he. is .resigling." the Clh;ncellorship of the Sydney Unii versity to-day, ')because of his dis-_ agreement with the decision of tlhe University Senate, which yesterday reversed, for the seco(d, timet'a de cisionl. and :appointed two . New Zealanders to the vacant - Law PIqo fcssorships. The appointlments were rescinded ,recentlyv after ..several. Illlnembers of the Stnate advaniced:.,the claims of hIighly. qualified. Alistra liins wlio wer:e serviing .wvith the For1es ab'road. It iWas ,then dlecided tliat the vacancies .would not be filled for the durationii. Y sterday's ,de cision confirmed the New Zealatinders' atlpointmetits.:

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
TODAY'S COMPLETE SHORT STORY The Diamond [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

TODAY'S COMPLETE SHORT STORY - - . .By HOLLOWAY HORN .10I '4 'In, * OHN REED had probably carried more valuable gems from one -country 4 to another without misadventure, than any other man in the trade. He had been with Piercey and Wright Ltd., the famous West End jewel dealers, as? n ?" since he was a boy, and their' confidence in him was such that, as often as not the jewels he carried were uninsured. The Sujerat Diamond was an ex ceptional gemn in many ways. It was not particularly large, but it was flawless, and possessed that exceed ingly rare green tint for which most jewel collectors patiently seek in, vain. Collectors able to afford green diamonds are almost as rare as the stones themselves, but one of themn- an Indian potentate-was staying at the Hotel Meurice in Paris when the stone came into the possession of Silas \Varne, the astute gentleman who constituted the firm of Piercey and \Wright Ltd. He 'phoned to the Rajah within an hour of its being in his possession, and th...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SIR JOHN LATHAM [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

SIR JOHIN .ATHAM .. An early:decision is'exp'ectecd .as to wvlethcr Sir .John Lathani will be able to resume duties it 'okyo. lHe id making satisfactory progress at Singapore under the care of a naval surgeon. Lady Latllani has reached Singapore.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
PROPAGANDA MINISTERIUM [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

"Now,. if only we were in the English Information Ministry. Herr 'Admiral, twdcould put that fellows Goebbels in; his place." -Daily Epres, ;London.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Army News Crossword -- No. 4 ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

Ary? News Crossword-- No. 4 1 What cele brated river r n 'riss iin tlhe central.. Apennines of Tuscany and flows o the .. Tyrrh nian Sea? S6 Dry: said of::';;,?i wines. 9 Pertinent 12 Maltreat 13 Period of . time 14 Owing 15 Discharges 16 Type of sheep 18 What was ;-;:t the River of-; . Oblivion? - 20 Trunk of. the human -body 21 What was the family name of the last wife of Henry VIII? 23 Conjunction - 25 Equal 26 Australian bird "27 Jeers 29 What is the ' "sacred rive/ df the / Hindus?" 31 CroS- rib in vaulting 35 Walked unsteadily 37 Possessive pronoun 38 Projecting part of a building 41 Parcel of lande 42 Delicate food 43 Wept 45 Acid' fruit 47 American university 40 Plant used' for soop 52 Peer Gynt's mothert 63 Shelteted side 54 Seized 55 Lair 56 Cover 57 Winter vehicle DOWN 1 Small flap 2 Trading town in French Guinea" ' 3 What was SOLUTI'ON TO No. 4 PUZZLYE WILL APPEARl NEXT SUNDAY the first great battle of the American Civil War? 4 Chemical' Scmpound 5, Respite 0 Who was the...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
PRISONERS OF WAR [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

PRISONERS. .O? WAR Sydney, Novembc' 3.--Federal NMinisters a,rt:ec,..now- inclining .to the view that prisoners of war andi in ternees in. Australia may -have to be used in the near future. for some types of .manual ,labor . ,It Was:. emphasiscd..by ,the: Minis. ter for the Artny (Mr. Forde) .to day that the Government had not yet had time to discuss the matter. It certainly. had not reached.any decis ion on, it. .H-[owever, lhe had asked officers of his -department.to prepare a report. for hiini on .the subject. The .Governiment. wouldmake certain that prisoners of war'were not employed in. ank.way.thaIt might tend to breal down the conditions of employment of Australian. workers......

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
GOLFER HURT [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

GOIFER HURT Sydney.-Mr. A. V. Tapsell, iman ager of the .Commonwealth Bank at Lakelemba, was havinga showeir after: a game .of golf at-t, he, Ol1klatils .club course, Dundas, on Saturday, Nov emlber 2, w\heti he slipped. His-head struck the floor with sutch force that he .was admitted--,to .the Le ,ishldm Hospital ,with a probable. fracture to the skull. Parramatta Ambulance attended.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
INCOME TAX [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

INCOME .'AX Canberra.=I[. the I,nconxe., Tax Assessnient Bill now before the House of. ,Representatives.-is passed inr its present form, the Coinmon wealtl Prices Commissioner ::will lie given .access. to income tax ,records.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
LIONS SHOT [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

LIONS. SHOT Perth, T'ucsday.--3Beeusc of diffi culty in getting horseflesli to fee'd theni four male lions at South Perth were shot yesterday.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SUFFOCATED BY SMOKE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

SUFFOCATED BY SMOKE Syd~,iy.-HIenry "John Carr, ,49, was foundcldcad in his flat at Wol-' lahra. He had 1Aclcu .suffocatcd by smoke front a fire hbeieved to':have started front a lighted cigarette.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
DUTCH MISSION [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

DUTCH MISSION Svditiev. - A Netherlands East tIndies Tradle Mission arrived in Syd ney to investigaite the possibility of establishing q central buying autlhor ity in Australia.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
N.E.S. TEST [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 6 November 1941

N.E.S. TEST Sydntey. ?-About .o,ooo m'en .ai?1 .women members of, the Nationial Emergency Services are to taike part' in State-wide tianeouvres next month to test tlheorgantisatioil.

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