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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
HIGH CASTE AND BEAU VITE seen in their tllrilline finish of the C.B. Fisher Plate at Flemington last Saturday. After battling it out, neck and neck down the straight High Caste won by half-a-head. Everyone but the judge thought it was a dead-heat. High daste started at I/2 and Beau Vite at 3/1 on. There were only. three starters. FINISH OF 'THE V.R.C. HANDICAP, With Makal scoring his popular victory, last Saturday, from Yours Truly and Saul. It-was Makat's first win for 14 months, He received an ovation on returning to scale.
DARWIN BOXERS FOR SYDNEY? [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
DA:RWIN :BOXERS FOR SYDNEY? Army News received the fol lowing suggestion . from Gnr. Tom Carrig of Winnllielie "The appearance' of a Darwin team in Sydney wobuld add zest to the .tournament," 'said" Gir. Carrig. '!The answer as to whether a team will ,go, depends on the authorities here.-, It is -a great chance to bbost'" the Army in Darwini," he continued. Here is his suggestion:- .. "It is the .opinion. of good judlges in Darwin 'that a boxing team elected from Army; personnel".here, wouldt perform T\i'th credit'tf it could be sent: to Sydney to compete in the Military Tournainent, being con ducted for. 'the' Army by Charles Lucas, in December. "The top-liner in Darwin at present is Bdr. Toni Uren, unibeaten here, and only once .ever beaten ini his career-and that was by the present Australian heavyweight' champion, Billy Britt. ",Cpl. Htttighie. Lang. is the best niddle,in: sight--unbeaten.in the only seven fights. of. his career; has had five K.O. victories and two draiw decisio...
AUSTRALIANS IN NEW YORK Great Ovation For R.A.A.F. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
,AU $T;RALIANS IIrL NEW YORK reat Ovation,.,,. -For .R.A.A.F. The Melbourne Herald's Spec ial service says that fifty' Astra -lian airmen unexpectedly partici pated in the New York, Armis tice Day, ;Legion .parade, making :"history, as the ,first A ;istralians :irice.,the" last war to riarch in Amnericaa. vobstly. 'six-footers, they presented an.arresting picture as they swvung in behind the, Anidrecan` Legion. When somebody spotted.'the dark bliue uni forms, bursts of applause rose from the tremendous fifth avenue,crowds, wlh -: deluged them.. wiith colored streamers ancd'paper. The men had just completed .their Canadian ,traiin ing.
Plan To End Strikes [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
"Plan To End Strikes Washington, Thursday.-Congres sional sources report tlati .President; .Roosevelt is. considerig ?a thlree point 'plan to end strikes 'in. the defence industries.. Conigress will probably consider the proposal after the passage :of.the amending Neutrality Bill.: * The plan .is: (i) A guarantee to ivorkers in defence industries of a current wage; -(2) A "guarantee. of ih creases conmmensuratd with the rises in living costs; and (3) a pledge by' Labor not to strike.
A.I.F. WILL FIGHT AS ONE ARMY Unification Plan In Middle East [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 16 November 1941
A.IF. WILL FIGHT AS ONE ARMY Unification Plan In Middle East. Melbourne, Thursday. - The Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Middle East Forces, General Sir Thomas Blarney, said: "The A.I.F. will fight, in future, as a self-contained Army -Corps." General Blarney was explaining his references to the unification of the A.I.F. in the Middle East. "Unification has been agreed to in principle in the past, but it has not been possible to carry it out," he said. "Australian divisions have had to fight without support from other Australian .divisions because they have not all been sufficiently trained. "In Libya we had one Australian division-the only one sufficiently trained-fighting*with New Zealand ers. In Syria we had another Aus tralian division fighting with British troops. At no time were we able to send all our divisions into action to gether as an Australian Army. "Now all our men in the Middle East. are -thoroughly, trained "and seasoned in battle. In future cam paigns they will go ...
MURRAY BRIDGE (S. AUST.) RACES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941
MURRAY BRIDGE (S. AUST.) RACES TRIAL BRUSH HURDLE.-Simond, 9.8 (Kenny), 1: Lascavalve, 9.6 (Power), 2; The 'Watcher, 9.3 (Air), 3. BETTING: 6/4. on, 6/', 5/1. Tote, win '2/9. Won by t n lengths, heat,. Time 3.46. NOVICE HANDICAP, 1st Div. (6 fur.).-Jessie's Dream, 8.10 (Wallace), 1: Doverney, 8.4 "(Tanner), 2; Nitanic, 8.0 (Malavich), 3, BETTING: 9/4. 8/1, 7/1. Tote,. win 6/9; place 2/6,. £2/14/3, 7/-. 'Won by one' and 'a half lengths, one and a half lengths, Time 1.161,/4; NOVICE HANDICAP (2nd Div.) .-King Syce, 8,11 (Stirling), "1; Sea. Emblem, 8.2 (Cox), 2; Herado, 8.4 (Wallace), 3. BETTING: 5/4 on, 10/1, 7/1. Tote, win 4/-:. place; 3/-, 7/6, 6/9. Won by half neck; one and a quarter lengths, Time 1 .16,.4 . RIVER HANDICAP (11? miles):' Stanaides, 7.5 (Raven), 1; Winibald,5 (Medhurst), 2; Croupland' 7.12 (Carling, 3. BETTING: 8/1, 5/2, 6/1. Tote, win £1/1/3,., 4/-, 4/-. Won by half a head, head. Time 2.11. FLYING HANDICAP (6 £ur.).-Royal Decree; 8.11 (Medhurst),: 1; Salastur, 7.7 ...
FILM CUT HIDES IDENTITY OF FAN WHO KICKS [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941
FILM CUT HIDES IDENTITY OF 1 FAN WHO, KICKS A cut in a slow-motion film of the recent McNabb-Stehr fight has pr.evented Leichhart . Stadium from identifying a fight ,fan who'liicks. In a melee' outside the ring, at Leichhardt on October. 30, the fan kicked Stehr in.the ribs,. Tlie fracas had .Ibeen filmed, ?nd the. Stadium directors viewed, a slow motion: screening to pick Stehr's ,as sailant, Unfortunately, a 'cut in -the film. excluded -.the.:-kicking. incident.` The. Leichhardt managemients had planned -to, bari the fan for: all .tipne. -The film,: howev\er, vindicated the management's ban on a second Aho tackled Stehr. Stehr was disqtualified for punching McNabb ,-ehind the ear. Cameras lhave assisted -iudges " to separate horses. in a close finish. Probably. films will be used to assist referees in cases-of fouls or in cidents where there is a doubt.
INTERSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF CHINESE IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941
INTERSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF CHINESE IN AUSTRALIA Canberra, Monday. - Mr. Curtin and the Chinese Minister to Australia (Dr. Hsu Mo) have had discussions on tlhe relationship between China and the Conmmonwealtlh, and the posi tion of -Chinese: nationals here. "We understand. each otlher per fectly," Mr: Curtin said, "and Dr. Hsu Mo is to .give me a memoran dum setting out specific cases in which, in his view, certain changes can be made having regard to the settled policy-of the Commonwealth."
VICTORIA PARK (SYDNEY) [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941
VICTORIA PARK (SYDNEY) HURDLE RACE (1V2 miles).-Glitter-' ing Flame,' 9.12 (J. Stanton). 1; Puparua, 10.4 (Hamer). 2; Anpapejo, 9.5 (Graham), 3. BETTING: 5/2, 7/1, 33/1. Tote, win £1/2/3: place 17/-, £1/2/-, £4/0/9. Won by six lengths. Time 2.51. MAIDEN HANDICAP (1 mlle).-Sir Tennyson, 7.1 (-), 1: Fox Track, 8.7 (Munro), 2; Wellesley, 8.0 (Thompson), 3, BETTING: 8/1, 7/2, 4/1, Tote, win £4: place 11/-, 12/-. Won by two and a halfl lengths. Time 1.40,h. . FLYING HANDICAP (61,ý fur.). Kingsdale, 8.3 (Davis), 1; Brazen Boy, 8.5 (Thompsol), 2: Samurai, 7.5' (Dun can), 3. BETTING: 2/1, 4/1, 7/1. Tote, win £1/7/6; place 8/6. 15/9. Won by half length, neck. 1,191,'. t.FLYING HANDICAP (2nd Div.), Rathlin, 8,3 (Shean), 1: Nash, 7,7 (Dun can), 2: Spear Arrow 7.2 (Gollogly), 3. BETTING: 6/4 on, 5/2, 5/1. Tote, win 14/6; place 7/0, 11/. Won by five lengths, half length, Time 1.18t,. FOURTEEN-TWO HANDICAP (4t, fur.).-Little Gundi, 10.7 (Munro), 1; Lid worth, 8.0: ('Wilson), 2; Majorca, 9.6 (Cook...
TUNA FISHING FOR AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941
TUNA FISHING FOR AUSTRALIA Sydney, Tuesday.- The possi bilities. of establishing a valuable tiuna fishing itidustry in Australia were discussed to-day by Mr. D. W. Binjgham on his arrival by the Tas man flying-boat. Mr. B3ingham,twho has been study ing the fishingindustry in the United States for the -past three months, laid that his trip was sponsored by the Fisheries Division of the Corn Smonwealth Research Department. He would- report to the department in a private capacity. .TFhe tuna fishing industry could be established, for, about £ioo,ooo, said Mr. Bingliam, Oine boat, which Swould cost £30,00ooo, would mneana an industry of £135,ooo a season.
CRITICISM OF LAND TAX Merino Woolgrowers Facing Disaster [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941
CRITICISM OF LAND TAX Merino Woolgrowers Facing Disaster .Melbourne, Tuesday:-The land tax is violently throttling the pastoral industry in Australia, particularly woolgrowing, according to the Federal secretary of the Taxpayers Associatioi (Mr. M. J. Pettigrove). Speaking to-day, on the Federal Gover:irnent's' new taxation, he said that beset by continually rising costs and taxes, Merino woolgrowers found ithat the cost of i production was greater than their actual income. They wanted an immediate revision of the wool price to the British Gov ernmnient, arid urged the abolition of the laiid. tax on stud and pastoral properties. "They claim," added Mr. Petti grove, "that as they are engaged in an essential war industry, they are entitled to the consideration that is granted to other war industries, which work on0 a.cost-plus basis to enisure that they mrake sufficient profit to enalde them to carry 6n. The land tax,:elininates the profit from, .and will eventually destroy, the big M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941
RUSSIAN INFANTRYMEN crossing a river by a pontoon bridge on the Eastern Front,.-.Further reports have come to. hand of more successful 'Russian counter-attacks. This picture was airmailed by Tass, official Soviet news agency to London,: then to Australia. ,
COLLAR GRIP SAVES PILOT Brisbane Flyer's Experience [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941
COLLAR .GRIP SAVES :PILOT :Brisbane !Flyer's xperience - An Australian sergeant-pilot saved; the life of his co-pilot. by graibling. him by the collar as he was falling thibii'gh a hole ? ii"the.Ifiiselage of their burning boniber. The pilot,' a Brisbane man, was ii' :charge of. the bomber. . .The machine. was returning to ,Malta wlien-:it ?caughlt fire. The machine carried a loald of ib'omlbs which `it had: bdeei unable: to drbpi because heavy clouds co'vered' the tairgt. T. he second pilot was preparing to operate "a fire" extinguisher ' when "an'explosion :in :'an engine blew a great 'hole in the side of the r fuiselage. As? tlie plane swung around on one engine, the injured pilot fell towards Ilie gap in the'fuselage. I The Ausiraliati jamnied his control stick -and grabbed the: second pilot by the collar anld hauled hini back. -WWhe' ý th'e plane n ade "a'" forced landing, the Australian was thrown thlrough the front cockpit " The crew was: dragged to safety as an explodingbomb...