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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
In Memoriam GOOD, Ezekiel—In memory of on« called to higher life on January 8th, 1942. Thoughts return to days pone past, Time goes on, but memories last. —Inserted by J. Blomeley and his friends. LEE—In loving memory of Charles Lee, who died at Pinnaroo on January lGtli, 1938. —Ever remembered by his loving family. PAGE—In loving memory of our dear • mother, Harriet Elizabeth, wlio passed away suddenly, January 13, 1939. God will link our broken chain Still closer, when we meet again. —Inserted by her loving daughters, Hilda and Ray. Return Thanks MRS. F. C. LITTLE of Myrla wishes to THAMK all kind friends for cards, and expressions of sympathy in the loss of her dear mother. Please ac cept this as personal thanks.
DEMOCRACY v. COMMUNISM Challenge for Debate To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
DEMOCRACY v. COMMUNISM Challenge for Debate To the Editor Sir,—In reply to Mr. McCabe's let ter (31/12/42) we hereby protest on behalf our gallant Ally Soviet Russia. Due to the 5-year plan Russia has been able to compress 100 years pro gress into 15, and due to the magnifi cent organization of the "slaves", in cluding the farmers of the Ukraine 90 per cent of the German Army and her Allies is reeling back battered, bleed ing to death. The "slaves" are also holding approximately one million Jap anese troops on the Soviet-Manchurian border which has made it possible for Mr. McCabe to make statements in jfreedom and not silenced and •'enslaved', under the inhuman and oppressive rule of the Japanese who arrest people on the flimsy pretext of holding "sub versive thoughts". Our Digger prisoners in Malaya and Singapore would «ossiblr prefer to be 'enslaved" under Russian Socialism (the stage that Russia has reached today) rather than be held in "protective cus tody" and used for bayonet ...
Communists Party's Labour Suggestions' TO the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
Communists Party's Labour Suggestions' TO the Editor Sir,—having read the letter on the pro gramme set out by our branch we noticed that one item had been missed out. ;The proposal was that shops should be open on Saturday from 12 noon till 9 p.m. The morning would give the shop assis tants a chance to rest ready for afturnooA ana evening. On other suggestion is that female stu dents' from, the Renmark High ScJiool should volunteer to help Saturday after noon and evenine with the rush of shop ping. This was suggested by a female stu dent of the school.' It wfl further eluggested that this pro gramme should operate from February 15 to March 27. We are Sir; 1 RENMARK BRANCH OF THE COMMUNIST PABTY OP AUSTRALIA
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
CHURCH NOTICES Renmark Methodist SUNDAY, JANUARY IT RENMARK—11 a.m. Supply. 7.30 p.m.—Rev. F. V. Hansen. RENMARK NORTH—11 a.m. Rev. F. "V. Hansen. By resolution of the,Quarterly Meet ing the time of evening worship at Renmark will be 7.30 until the end of daylight saving time. Wilkinson Memorial Congregational, Renmark (Presbyteria* Church Associated) SUNDAY, JANUARY 17 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. RBV. I>. G. KAY Please note changred time of evening service. Ev. Lutheran SUNDAY, JANUARY 17 RENMARK—7 p.m. Reading Service. B33RRI—7 p.m. Preaching Service. COBDOGLA—10.30 a.m. Preaching Ser vice. Rev. O. W. Backen. R. P. JAMES & Co. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land Insurance and General Agents Auction Sales arranged and Conducted Hides, Skins and Almonds Receiving Agents for CROMPTON & SONS Ltd., Adelaide Colonial Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. Fire, Workers' Compensation, Accident, Motor Vehicle P.O. Box 3 Phone 2t RENMARK
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR RENMARK ROWING CLUB PROPERTY £5 Donation from Mrs. M. E. A. Price To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR RENMARK ROWING CLUB PROPERTY £5 Donation from Mrs. M. E. A. Price To the Editor. Sir,—It was with regret I read a re port in the Pioneer of vandals break ing- into the Renmark Rowing Club boat Bhed. 1 The citizens of Renmark have gen erously supported, also helped to raise hundreds of pounds to buy those valu able boats of which every rowing mem ber was so justly proud to win. hon ours for their club. I feel sure, given the- opportunity, there are old rowing boys and life members of the club who -would wil \ing]y help, until these tragic war days have passed, to preserve the valuable records and boats from further destruc tion . Mr. J. W. Evans is to be commended for his kindly offer to oil and varnish the boats free of charge. As one of the Renmark Rowing Club life mem bers I will be pleased to forward £5 to help defray expenses. —M. E. A. PRICE. P Giles Av., Glenelg.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
Public Notice MR. FRED LITTLE of Myrla wishes to THANK all those firefighters who fought so hard in saving his property especially neighbours, during the recent lire. NDIGESTION " I was bent double with pain from indigestion,' afraid to eat. Since J took De Witts Antacid Powder I have eaten anything, even pastry.v There is nothing better in the world than De Witt'sfor indigestion," says Mr. H.L. De Witfs Antacid Powder is indeed the right stuff to end indigestion because (his quick-action remedy neutralises excess acid, the cause of stomach pains. It soothes and protects the stomach lining and helps to digest jour food; in many cases one dose has put paid to after-mealtime pains. Prove this for yourself. ANTACID POWDER For Indigestion, Add Stomach, Heart* bun, Gastritis, Flatulence,' Dyspepsia.1 ~ PICKERS' TICKETS—Fruitgrowers requirements can be met promptly by -■ "The Murray Pioneer". Job Printing Department. WHEN HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN REMEMBER MEANWHILE* Buy £10 War Bonds ~ a...
PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS KINDERGARTEN CRECHE ATBERRf Slithers on Fruit Harvest Berri,. January 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
PATRIOTIC AND SOCIAL NEWS KINDERGARTEN CRECHE ATBERRf Slithers on Fruit Harvest Berri,. January 12. Mrs. A. W. Pearson again has in operation the kindergarten creche that was organized last year to assist moth ers of young children, •who wiBhed to assist with the fruit harvest. The classes are held in the Berrl Methodist Hall, and during the apri iot harvesting, Mrs. Pearson had charge of a number of tiny tots from S4 a.m. until S p.m. Kindergarten lessens and games, are enjoyed! until lunch time. A dainty lunch, with plenty of milk to drink is provided and enjoyed at the hall, after which the children are put down to steep and: rest, so that they can return to tlieir homes and tired mothers,, feelin® freeh and bright. During the) intervening weeks be- j tween the apricot and vine fruits har vest the creche will only be open in the mornings but when, the grape har vest arriv.es, the children will be eared I for again from- 8 o'clock until 6 o'clock, thus the organizer of this creche...
KILLED IN ACHON Pte H. W. ("Mick") Hall, Loxton [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
KILLED IN ACHON I Pte H. W. ("Mick") Hall, LoXton The flag at Loxton flew at half-mast when it was learnt that SX18150 Pte. H. W. ("Mick") Hall had been killed Pte. "Mick" Hall In action In Hew Guinea.' Born in Perth, W.A. he came to South iA,us[traliu. at an early age and re ceived his educa tion at the Ren mark West School. Pte. Hall later moved tv> Uoxton . and managed the Sonnemann Cordial Factory, wliich bus iness he subse quently purchase^. ,He also became proprietor of Hall's Cafe and news agency . Pte. Hall enlisted in. March, 1942, and left for overseas in November of the same year. In April 1942 he married Miss Dora Krause, of Lox ton, and - his wife and sisters Misses Betty and Elsie Hall have been man aging the business since his enlist ment. "Mick" took a very keen and active interest in the- various sporting activ ities at Loxton. He was a member of the Golf Club and Tennis Club: he also played football, and was a prom inent member of the R.A.O.B. lodge, at one time...
HERCULEAN EFFORT IN WHEAT HANDLING Seasonal Notes from Taldra Taldra, January [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
*- : : : * HERCULEAN EFFORT IN WHEAT HANDLING Seasonal Notes from Taldra Taldra, January Harvesting operations are now almost completed and wheat carting is in full swing. On a recent day one wheat lorry delivered 1,200 bags in 60 .bag [loads, and the one lumper carried.20 odd short of 1,800 bags in one day. From the thunderstorm which passed over Taldra on Monday evening, only 12 points of rain were recorded. Rabbits are very numerous in the disfrict and are becoming quite a pest. Farmers even complaining that they - are chewing holes in the bags of wheat still in the paddocks. Trappers should j do very well here. Mr. and Mrs. F. Eschner and their daughter Fay spent several days re lieving the manpower shortage in the apricot orchard of Mr F. Young., of Renmark. ■*
BOWLING NOTE By "Yer Must Be Up" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
BOWLING NOTE By "Yer Must Be Up" The Renmark Bowling Club pairs are dated for January 23 (Saturday) and the rinks Monday, January 25. Nom inations close on January 16. A good nomination is expected from all River districts. Arthur Eldridge has now three wins and three seconds to his credit in the State championship. In the final last Thursday Eldridge was 11 up at 15 ends-and went on to win the game .25—17 at the 27th end from A. F. Fischer, of Berri, who dicT really well and deserves our heartiest appreciation in upholding 'the River and country players generally. The Hotel Club by defeating the Set tlers Club last week-end won their second game which entitles them to hold the Reinei's Shield for another 12 months. Each club fielded four rinks. I have been requested to sug gest that the third ■ game be played so that some of the new players of each club can be given a chance to play. Mr. J. C. Rundle (president of the S.A.B.A.) has received a request that a consolation event be hel...
Dried Fruits Packers' Officers [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
Dried Fruits Packers' Officers The annual meeting of the S.A. Dried: Fruits Packers and Agents Association, was held at Barmera on Friday morn ing. Officers elected were: Chair man, Mr. K. D. Sims; vice-chairman, Mr. J. McKay; secretary, Mr. R. M.. Simes. WHAT ARB YOU doing to help win the War? ' This Is a personal question ad dressed to all Australians. Excuses and evasions will not give us victory, but your savings will help to win. Biu War Saviings Certificates and Stamps.
SIR CHARLES McCANN AT RENIHARK Improvements Noted; Quiet Day Appreciated [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
SIR CHARLES McCANN ; AT RENIHARK Improvements Noted; Quiet Day Appreciated Recognizing that Sir Charles McCann (Agent General and Trade Commissioner for South Australia in England) had had a very busy time since his recent arrival in the: State, the conveners for his visit: to Renmark on Thursday last week gave him a comparatively quiet day in the pioneer irrigation, settlement. Sir Charles, who was, accompanied 'by a large official, party, visited Waikerie, Barmera, and Berri (reported in our last issue) before coming on to Ren mark. He called at Loxton on Friday on the return journey to. Adelaide. The conveners for Renmark were Messrs. D. T. DuRieu (chairman of the Renmark Growers' Distillery), H. D. Howie, O.B.E,, (chairman Renmark. Fruit Orowers Co-operated), and T. C. Angove (Angoves Ltd. and Cole and; "Woodham Ltd.) Arriving at the Renmark Hotel at. midday, Sir Charles was met by Messrs DuRieu and Angove. In the after noon he was taken on an informal visit to the R.P.G.C. pack...
I Odd Column LETTER FROM BARMERA SOLDIER HELD PRISONER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
I Odd Column | | I Conducted by "GLEANER" | ♦ ■ —- — w* LETTER FROM BARMERA SOLDIER HELD PRISONER I was glad to learn from Mr. Gillie Plant at,"Barmera on Saturday that a letter had recently been received from son Clyde, who is a prisoner of war in the north of Italy stating that ■ he was well. After Clyde was first reported mis sing, and prior to the official announce ment that he was a prisoner' of war, Mr. Plant received a letter from the • captain of his son's company, tellinfe ' how Clyde came to fall into enemy' hands. He sacrificed an opportunity of getting away before being captured as he refused to leave a wounded comrade. | The soldier was in Adelaide at the time of enlisting, his cricket prowess haying attracted the Sturt officials some years earlier. The evergreen "Gillie" is one of the several veterans helping to keep cricket going for the benefit of the younger men at Barm era today, and I must confess he was not too old to break through my defence on the occasion of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
ELECTORS OF RIDLEY. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the Parana Institute -■ - on Saturday, January. 16th, at 8 p.m. MR. T. C. STOTT, M.P. will address - the meeting on "SHOULD THE ,COlVI MONWBALTH be GRANTED FUR THER POWERS?" . Primary' Producers, in their own ih i tereate, should attend. Mr/ Alan Fetch, chairman of 'the Browa'B ffell District Oounoil, will - praride, .
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
CRICKET ■ BARMERA 71 for 8 wickets—Com ley' 22; Plant 0; Paul 2; Crouch 27; Barnett 2;. MiddJfeton 4; Morgan 4; Hallam 8'; sundries 2. Bowling—^Lind ner 2/7; Wood 3/13; Marshall 1/19; Dyer 0/13 Heading 1/7; Matulick 1/11. " RENMARK 68 for 8 wickets—Gros venor 8, Dyer 0; Marshall 25; Rogers 2, Nattrass 20 n.o.; Matulick 4; Wood 2; Lindner 0; Heading 0; Norton 4 n.o.; sundries 3. Bowling—Comley 1/6; Morgan 2/9; Plant 1/7; Paull 1/29; Hallam 3/14. NEXT SATURDAY'S GAMES—Bar mera v. "Berri, Group II v. No. 10; Group I v. No. 9. ' MATCH AT RENMARK SATURDAY Camps 14C and D will visit Renmark to p'ay the local team on Saturday. Play will commence at 2.15 p.m. . Renmark team.—Dyer Marshall, Seekamp, Harring ton, Ritt, Rogers, Lindner, 'Wood' Norton Matulick. Nattrass. Reserves—Laube, Stoneham, Tindall. —
RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 14 January 1943
RENMARK AIR ROSTER Monday, Jan. 18—0100 lire. H. Osborne; 0400. R. Hill; 0700, W. WiBlims; 1000. H. G. Evansl; 1300, Miss M. Hamlster; 1600, C. Rendell; 1900, C. Freeman; 2200, M. Green. Tuesday— 0100 hrs.. R. Hameister; 0400, R. Rldgewell; 0TOQ, B. Jenkins); 1000, D. iLeahy; 1300, Mi's. B. Rledel; 1600, K. Ree king; 1900, Mies C. Kerrlson; 2200; L. Sim mons, O. Wood. Wednesday.— 0100 lire., p. Cockington; 0400, Ii. Haynes); 0700. W. Burns; 1000, Mrs. J. Price; 1300, Sirs. G. Hamlster: 1600. Miss I>. Board; 1900. Miss H. Marlon; 2200, a. Jones. , Thursday.— 0100 hrs., C. Wood; 6400, I,. 'Simmons; 0700. J. Jenkins;' 1000. D. Leahy; 1300, Mrs. H. Matullck: 1600. Mi&a J. Olorenshaw: 2200,' R. Jones. Friday.— 0100 hrs., A. Bayly; 0400. 1». Humphries: 0700.,. W. Williams; 1000, Mrs, n. Ogllw, Mrs. B. "Tucker; 1300, Mrs. R. Swan; 1600. W. Board; 1900, Miss M. Prance; 2200,' H. Schubert. Saturday.— 0100 hfs.. L. Lellmann; 0400, A Hlckev; 0700, H. Flslher; 1000. Mrs. J. Price: 13...