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TELEPHONE CONCESSION [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941

TELEPHONE CONCESSION . Canberra, Tuesday.--The Post-. master- mineral (Senator Ashley) ati nounced that- one 'effect of the new telephone tariffs was a reduction of charges for trunk line calls between subscribers in the metropolitan tele phone ietworks and those within a short distance of capita! cities.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941

*CAMP NOTICES.. THURSDAY-VESTEY'S "THE. DEFENCE RESTS" Edward Ellis, Anita Louise "OVERLAND EXPRESS;' Buck Jones NEWS * 'FRIDAY-WINNELLIE "THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLE BERRY FINN" Mickey Rooney NEWS and SHORTS ' SATURDAY-LARRAKEYAH Same as Friday SATURDAY-CONCERT AT ADELAIDE RIVER E by the ViESTEY'S, VARIETY PLAYERS' to be followed by Church Parade on Sunday-Padre Goy. CHURCH PARADES Sunday, November 23 D.I.B. ............... ...0900 Hours Padre Gillespie-C. of E. D.Q.B. ......... 0900 Hours Padre Toft-O.P.D.'s P,.W ,SS ' . ...................... ..................... . ....... 1000 H ours Padre Toft--O,P.D.'s--to which Dudley and East Point are invited. EAST POINT ................. .................. 1000 Hours Padre Lcslie-C. of E. SNAPLEON said: "An Army with sore Feet is half defeated"' There is nothing equal to IODEX for sore, tired . fetid or tender feet. For quick relief soak the feet in hot soaped. water, then rinse in coldwater. Dry thoroughly and follow .by, liberal.massage wi...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
HELLINGER'S SHORT STORY [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941

HELLINGER'S SHORT STORY HINU' |HR1 iTI( This wonderful gipsywoman was telling her things very few people knew . . . THE- JEST SUPREME You've met a girl like Mamie Smith. You must have. There's a Mamie in every large office in any city of the world. You know the type of woman. Not too pretty. Looks older than she is. A good worker, but a drill character. Well; let's forget the Mamies you know for a. moment' and, consider the one in this particular story. This girl was probably the most super stitious person you have ever en otuntered. When the girls .hi the office sat around during a lunch hour, you could always depenid on Mamie for ah . pbservation .that would bring a lhb01t' from her co-workers. It made nbo difference about what they were talking, ..Ifone. girl' said she had seen George Raft on Broadway, or atother asserted that the new shade would undoubtedly be maroon,, Mamie would suddenly slip into the conversation. "On the.. way to. the office this morning,",.she would say,."I...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
ALL ABOARD FOR SINGAPORE THE STORY SO FAR [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941

ALL ABOARD FOR SINGAPORE By FRANK CLUNE THE STORY SO FAR Frank Clune is giving a true-life story of his experiences on a *o,ooo mile trip by flying-boat from Sydney to Singapore. The author has given us the early history of most of the interest - ing places he has passed over, and in. the last instalment des cribed the trip from the Queens land border to Brisbane. ;The plane has "alighted" on the Bris bane River, where the passengers are allowed only a half an hour before speeding on . EIGHTH INSTALMENT: AI?tliree ald a half hours,' we-have flown 4860 iiiles' from Sydney in one long, hop, passing from the temper ate to the sub-tropical zone along Sthe storled coast-route'of the marin ers of yore. Consider Governor Bris bane, who when visiting his name river, in Noyember, 1824, exactly 165 years ago, took fourteen days tacking and filling (with sea-sickness thrown in)--or out-to reach Moreton Bay. Yet here we are, leaving Sydney at. seven and, in :mid-morn, at Bris bane''city, free f...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Donald Duck [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941

Donald Duck - - - . AWAKE UP - - By Walt Disney :_*wrrs~u I- --B :W= I

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BEAUTIES FROM THREE CONTINENTS Which Do You Prefer? [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941

BEAUTIES FROM THREE CONTINENTS S tWhich Do You Prefer? r: FROM AUSTRALIA cos Miss Zyta White (at left), a grey-eyed blonde, who has been selected as a finalist i the Australian "Streamlined Venus" contest (being corttested by the Sunday Sun, Sydney); FROM AMERICA halsPatti McCarty (centre), trim in her swim-suit, and showing otf a pretty pair of legs while taking time off at the seaside. Patti is a young film star from Hollywood; and next MEET ENGLAND'S "Annabella." She s shapely Roberta Huby, a former revue star, who has set tongues wagging in Britain because of her likeness to the talented French film star... Wel take your pick boys! We would like to be faithful ahd choose the Australian gl first but t's a tough job when you look at the three plctures-so, we leave it to you

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
I WONDER [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 20 November 1941

I WONDER I wonder if the ferries sail down Sydney Harbor way, And if perchance the milk is cold And flavored there to-day? I wonder if the surf still breaks 'Neath Tamarama cliffs? Because I've got the Darwin craze, I'm full of "when's and if's."' —Pte. A. S. ANSELL, Parap. D.I.B. "DOOVERS" The coming of the wet season has apparently given a "Wet" turn to the thought of "Don" Coy., Bananaland members. Just a little over twelve months ago they took up residence in the various poultry, pig and, cattle pavilions at Brisbane Exhibition Grounds. To mark their first anniversarv of service in the D.I.B. they are cele- brating, in Darwin. one night this week. Judging by the speakers they have selected for the occasion some gems   of oratory will be heard. Wait till "Simmo" and Henry get going. Wow! I wonder if Len (Haven't got any) Wilson will tell of his visits to the Spring Hill baths. Of "Sabu"—well, perhaps it's just as well he is going to D.F.O. Now that the rains are here...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

DARIY MUNRO, who tops the jockeys' premiership table in Sydney. He 'rode Panurge past -the ,post, a winner in the first,, race. ,?at:Randidek yesterday, :: S.r.~

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Cricket INTERSTATE TEAMS ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

Cricket INTERSTATE, TEAMS ANNOUNCERD Sydney, Saturdayv--The . teams to play itrnthe iitedrstate mat'ch between .New S.ouith Wales ..and Queensland, commencing niext Satuiday in Bris-. ban'e',' ai ar followsi='' . N.S.W.: McCabe (Capt.), Cheg .wyn; Collins, IFallowficldc:Horsefield, O'Reilly, ..Powvell, Cariroll, James, Li vingston, Lindwall and Criistokani. O:iQucensland': Broitin (Capt.), Mc Gion,, Tallon, Baker, Rogers, Watt, Ramer, La,. .Firnz' Caol,;'' Christ, "Ellis,.. McCarthy (I2th mati).

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Vivian McGrath Enlists [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

Vivian McGrath: Elifaus Sydney, Saturday.--Vivian Mc-. EGrathf, Austra?liain Davis Cup player, enlisted;.at Moore Park recruiting depot this week. McGrath, who is 25, will go into camip to-day.. McGrath had served six- months 'in the Queensland. militia at: Brigade Intelligence I-eadquarttrs.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Final Of Schools' Contest [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

Final Of Schools'. Contest. Melboirnc, :Saturday, - Caulfield Graimmar School, clhampions of As sociatcd Grammar Schools in Tennis this year, narrowly defeated Scotch College (un'defcatcd in Public School matches this season), by two sets aid' three games. Tb-day's contest was decided on last match, in Wvhicl Hawley (Caul field), defeated Wilson (Scotch).

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
INTERSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF DIVE FROM LAUNCH [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

INTERSTATE NEWS IN BRIEF DIVE FROM LAUNCH Sydney, Saturday.-Jumping fromn his blazing motor launch near Bal moral wharf, Frank- Edwvards, of Neutral Bay, swamn ashore with a rope and pulled the craft to the beach. Edwards was filling the petrol tank, when there was an explosion. He suffered slight burns to an arm when beaching the craft.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RACE RESULTS FROM MORPHETTVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

RACE RESULTS FROM SMORPHETTVILLE. JUMPERS' FLAT (1t, miles) STAN ADES, 9.6 (Kenny), 1; Flagstaff, :10.6 (Ryan), 2; Harmonise, 9.7 (Merritt), 3. BETTING: 7/2, 7/4, 9/2. Tote, win, "£4; place, £2/8/-, £1/14/-. KIDMAN HANDICAP. (1!'4 miles): LADY SHARINE,,8.2 (Carling), 1: Mon vale, '8;11 (Leesue),. 2: Wiluna,. 6,13 (Moyes); 3. BETTING: 7/2 3/1, 5/1 Tote, win, £3/14/-; place, £ 12-, £/6/-, £1112/-, TRIAL (6 furs).: BARGAMA, 7.6 (Car ling), 1; Merry Go Round. 9.0 (Graetz), 2: Superlative. 7,0 (Lovekln), 3, BET TING: 7/1; 6/1,- 12/1, Tote, win, £7; "place; £2/6/-, £2/10/-, £7/16/-. LINDSAY PARK HANDICAP (5 furs.): WARWORN, 7.5 (Ryan), 1; Main Link, 7.9 (Moyes), 2; 'Dreamlatnd, 7.5 (Elder), 3. .BETTING: 9/4, 12/1,-3/1. Tote, Win, £4/14/-; 'place, £2 £4/10/-, £3. * HIGHWEIGHT HANDICAP (1st Div.): DANNY SHINGLE, 8,1 (Cox), 1: Mem orla: 9,1 (Medhurst), . 2 Salah, 8.3 (Badger), 3. BETTING: 6/1, .5/2, :8/1. Tote, win, £5/12/-; place, £2, £1/16/-, £3. MORAMBRO HANDICAP: (5 furs.): WOOLCOMB, 9.2...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

A MAN SERVING A LIFE SENTENCE in Long Bay Gaol (Sydney), designed this striking poster and entered it -in the Sunday Telegraph Recruiting Poster Competition recently. Though it did not win a prize, the design shows much originality

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BROMWICH BEATS CRAWFORD FOR CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

BROMWICH BEATS CRA,WFORD. FOR CHAMPION SHIP Sydn?cy, Saturday,-John Brom wich, playing brilliantly, defeated Jack Crawford 6-4, 6-3, in the final of the WvVartime Singles Champion ship at White City Court this aft'er noon. In the men's doubles Crawford and: McGrath' beat Gilchrist and 'Pails 6-4, 3-6, 6-2.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

THEY LAUGHED; WHEN I SAT DOWN TO PLAY! *No wonder, the poor boob, with that 'mantle of dandruff cover ing his shoulders. Someone ought to give him the tip to use Linterine Antiseptic to kill the dandruff germ, cleanse and stimulate the scalp and dissolve away the unsightly and un healthy scales. Yes! In three Ssizes, 1/6, 3/-, and 5/9. LISTERIN Er THB SAFE ANTISBPTIC",

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

EDDIE SCARF, Australia's best and most popular wrestler, went flying from the Sydney Stadium ring last Monday night in his wrestle with Leo Jensen for the Australian heavyweight title. Scarf won on points. Eddie is now a member of the R.A.A.F:

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Service Fighters At Darwin Stadium [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

Service Fighters At Darwin Stadium; At the .Darwin Stadium on Friday .night, five boys from the services. fotight in the prelimin ary,' bouts.. Three of the lads came from the D.I.B., one fromi Marrakai and one ,from the R.A.A.F. The main fight of the night was between Danny Holden, .I.,, and Jimmyni Gray, 11.7, over ten rounds. The decisionv was a draw. If any thing, it. was a dull fight, the boxers didn't liven up until about the las.t three rounds and the referee gave thec only decision. The best fight of the night-was the main preliminary betw\een "Bluey!' Jones, 8.4 (D.I.B.), and "Snowy"' Lawler, 8.11 (Marrakai). This fight was over 6 rounds with the decision again a draw. In the first round "Bluey" bumped his eye on Lawler's head, opening up a nasty gash. The doctor intervened, but allowed Jones to fight on. The pair 'were.very evenly matched and Jones did really well to continue and gain a draw under his disadvan tage. In the four round contest, Neville Barnes, II.o '(D.I.B.)...

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
DEMPSEY OFFERS SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

DEMPSEY OFFERS SERVICES Jack, Dnempsey,. former; heavy weight champion of the ;,prldh..s offered his serviccs as: a piyical training instructpr to the ':.U.S. Army.

Publication Title: Army News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
COAL STRIKE THREATENS U.S. OUTPUT [Newspaper Article] — Army News — 23 November 1941

COAL .STRIKE THREATENS U. S. OUTPUT Washington, Friday. - The U.S. coal strike .threatens to, end ouitput in :the whole of Pennsyl vania,; West .Virginia? and Ken tucky by the weekend. : s. : Aerican Assoclate Presti niatcs' .that i37°? cdOimercria ) pne' have closed ?alreail redcn dcoal output by ' oo0,o todns d{idjl;:".l The United, Min`i Workers' Union :. leader (Mr. Johii Lewis) 'has?'prof" ised a formal 'reply oi- Satiurday?to: President Roosevelt's (appea ltto :end; the coal strike.'"' , .. :.. ;' ?': Iewvis ha's stated thati th 'e" U.M.W.U. policy, board willi meetlon Satturda;, iiad is the .only au?tlhrit?, to decide on Presideni; Roosevelt S appea ". a-, ??"' The President agked both sides "l to postponie the" coal strik~ e during i the present "emergency; or :submit the dispute to arbitration, The steel coinpanies, whichi?? the "captive coal mines in l.whliich thi strike'" originated, have agreed .to both proposals.' Appeal to Board The strike began on Monday,;when' Lewis ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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