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MILK IS No. 1 FOOD [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

MILK IS No. 1 FOOD War has .brought its food difficulties for everyone—but particularly for mothers. With some foods in short supply and others at high prices, the Australian' mother of today has a right to know which of the available foods are the most nutritious. Milk contributes more to good nut rition than any other single food. It has no- equal as a sources' of lime (cal cium) and, when taken in the right quantity, is a dependable source of "protein and the Vitamins A and B. A child should drink 14 pints of milk a day; a person over 16' should drink one pint a day; an expectant or nurs ing mother should drink 1J pints to a quart a day; an expectant or nursing mother should drink 11 pints to a quart a day. Milk for children under two years should be boiled because it is important that the milk they drink should be free from infection and be cause boiled milk is easier for many young children to digest. For people' in country districts, where supplies of liquid milk are not plent...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RENMARK WAR FUND [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

1 RENMARK WAR FUND Previously acknowledged £4,f?49/l S?/7; R.F.G.C. Staff 4/-: R.I.T. Staff 15/6: Sales' Staff £1/5/-: Bapey & Sons Employees 8/-. £4,652/11/1. POSTERS. DODGERS. TJCKETS. fop sports and social functions. A fob of character from "Tfcf Murrsv PioBMr". Job Printina Dei.srtm»«it

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

LAUBMAN & PANK LTD Certified Opticians : 62 trawler Place, Adelaide SPENCER RRflS CHAFF MERCHANTS Best Chaff at Lowest Rates Tel. 24. Kapunda, S.A. DRIED FRUIT Entrust the Packing and Marketing of your Dried a«<J Citrus Fruits to WOOD SON SEARY LTD. All Markets are completely covered and Growers axe assured of highly satisfactory returns with regular monthly payments! Rack Material' — Hardware and all Growers' Requirements Stocked. Seasonal Spraying oh Clocks done to Growers' Instructions. FINANCE RECEIVES COURTEOUS AND PROMPT ATTENTION* Ample Stocks of Corrugated Iron and Black 10-gauge Wire A GOOD FIRM TO DEAL WITH COLE & WOODHAM LIMITED PACKERS OF ALL VARIETIES OF DRIED AND CITRUS FRUITS GENERAL MERCHANTS AND AGENTS DISTRIBUTORS on the Murray for Harvey Imple- .. ments, Machines, Dehydrators and Citrus Graders, etc. PACKING HOUSE and Office — Tarcoola. Street. P.O. Bex 239 — 'Phone 7 , — , RENMARK.

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RENMARK RESCUE FROM DROWNING Soldier's Identity Established [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

RENMARK RESCUE FROM DROWNING Soldier's Identity Established In response to the request in these columns last week for information concerning the rescue from drowning .effected by a soldier at the Ren mark Hotel Gardens it has been learned that the rescuer was a soldier from Queens land .by the name of Lightfoot. He was staying at' the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Price in Murray Avenue at the time. Mrs. Lightfoot lives at Loxton. No information concerning the name of the child' rescued has been forthcoming yet.

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EIGHT CONSECUTIVE CENTURIES Notably High Shade Readings at Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Notably High Shade Readings at Renmark The heat wave in which shade tem peratures \->f over 100 degrees were registered /or eight consecutive days, January 25 to February 1, gave some fiota.bly high readings. The following table of temperatures .at Renmark (in the settlement area) and .Adelaide for the period has been prepared by Mr. H. B. Williams. Renmark Adelaide Jan. 25 f 100.5* 92 *6 ..... 106.5 106.1 27 112.5 111 28 ...._ 109.5 109.3 29 110 108 30 107.5 98.8 31 .... 115 112.2 Feb. J ._ 116 111.8 The mean maximum for Renmark for the period was. 109.56. Comparison with 1939 The heat wave of January 1939, was more prolonged and more severe, with ten consecutive centuries from Janu ary 5 to 14. The progressive read ings were: 103.5; 111-; 115; 111; 109; 116; 105.5; 112.5; 116.5; 103.5. Mean maximum 110.35. The most prolonged heat wave in 27 years was that of February 1939, tvhen 11 consecutive centuries were recorded, from February 6 to 16; 102.5; 110; 112; 111.5; 107; 108; 100...

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First Load of Currants For Season [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

First Load of Currants - For Season Mr. E. N. Seary (managing director ot Wood Son Seary Ltd), reported this morning \that the first load of currants for the season had Just been received at the firm's Renmark packing house. The fruit was delivered by Mr. Keg. Syfcee, of Chaffey, and was a very good two-crown sample.

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Further Rescue at Renmark [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Further Rescue at Renmark A further report of a rescue from . drowning at 'Renmark has been re ceived at "The Pioneer" Office this week. Miss June Norton has advised us that when her father, Mr. J. Nor ton, was returning to his home—just across the River from the' town last Friday evening he saw a man in diffi culties in the River near the Town Tennis courts. Mr, Norton went to the rescue and helped the man to safety.' This is stated to be the fifth rescue from drowning for which Mr„ Norton has been responsible, i

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Birth To Mr. and Mrs. P. Rassmussen, a son, born February 2. Stillborn. Thanking Dr. Harris am] Nursing- Staff for their kindness. Died on Active Service MARSH—A tribute of honour to Pte. Li. C. Marsli, killed in action November 23. "One of the best." —Inserted by his clubmates of the Crescent Cricket Club. In Memoriam CADDY—In loving memory of Ern,' a srood husband and father who passed away February 1st 3942 at Barmera. He never failed to do his best. His heart was true and tender. He toled for us he always loved Then left us to remember. —Sadly missed by his loving wife and four sons. MATULICK—In loving memory of our dear son ami brother Ilenry' who passed away at the Renmark 1-Iospitali February 1st, I <<31. | Memories are treasures ] No one ran steal. I Death leaves a wound j No one can heal. \ —Inserted by his lovinir Jlum. Dad,j and brother Douglas, A.M.F. ] Return Thanks i MRS. S. E. MARSH and DAUGII-J TBRS wish to sincerely THANK all[ kind friends and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Keep Coughs, Colds at Bay Woods' Great Peppermint Cure 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 2r RENMARIC WESSUNK & BECK Dental Surgeons Waikerie: Mon.. Tuea., Wed.—AH Day. Fri. Night; Sat. Mornlnp. Loxton: Thurs.—11.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday.—9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Thlele's Buildings. 'Phone 54. Barmera: Friday—3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Hawdon Chambers. 'PHONE WAIKERIE 116. The Co-operative Insurance Co. of Aust. Ltd. INSURANCE In More Difficult Days Co-operate More All advertisements in connec tion with patriotic entertainments are inserted in "The Murray Pioneer" at half the normal cost. TURN YOUR POUNDS INTO PLANES INVEST ALL YOUR SAVINGS IN VICTORY Nothing matters now but Victory. Everything must be subordinated to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Prevents absorption of toxic wastes Kruschen Salts prevent interna! stagnation, which, ii continued, allows the bloodstream to absorb toxic waBtes and frequently leads to paintul rheumatism, gout and lumbago. For regular daily use, put in your first morning cup of tea or coffee, or a glass of hot i water, a ' small quantity of Kruschen Salts— enough- to cover a sixpence." The medi cinal dose, for gout, rheuma tism, lumbago, constipation, liver and kidney disorders, il a half, to a full teaspoonfu} in a tumblerful of hot water. Kruichen Sails are made by e. GRIFFITHS BVGBES FTT. LTD. KRUSCHEN SALTS Stocked *r Chmmltu and Start at 1/6 mad *19 m bottle. M2-. —•

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ALAWOONA FARMERS WITHOUT WATER Alawoona, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

ALAWOONA FARMERS WITHOUT WATER Alawoona, February 2. Exceptionally hot weather has been experienced during the past week, the temperature having reached the century many times. Owing to calm weather farmers are in many cases out of water for stock; the pump-jack has more than proved its necessity on a farm. * * * ❖ Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schultz and baby Beverley returned from Kadina on Tuesday.—Mr. and Mrs. G. Schultz, of Penola, left on Wednesday.—Miss Shir ley. Martin who has been the guest of Mrs. R. McLennan for some weeks leaves" for the city on Friday.—Mr. '.P. McLennan who has for spme months j been baking at Lwxton for Mr. West j over and for his customers in this district has returned to Alawoona. Restrictions on tyres and petrol resul ted in the discontinuance of the ar rangement—Mrs. Doley accompanied by her grand children, and Miss Lord returned to Adelaide on Wednesday. Mrs. Doley had been staying with her sister, Mrs. W. Faull, of Sehell's Well. —L.A.C. Paterson left on Fri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Gtiofl fif sdre throats WowJ^ Gffe&t Peppttfttiint Cure

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Inspection of Pruned Trees [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Inspection of Pruned Trees On Sunday morning at 10.30 a num ber of fig growers met' at the Gov ernment Orchard, Berri to inspect the trees pruned in the competition held in June, 1942.' The manager (Mr. O. K. Halliday) conducted the party, ana it was agreed by all present that the pruned trees showed a great im provement in wood growth and leaf colour. Mr. Halliday and Mr. F. Fox explained to the visitors the results of fig trials held in the orchard, and both stressed the need for more ex periments in fig culture. At the close of the inspection Mr. Lehman thanked Messrs. Halliday and 1 Pox for their help to the Fig Growers 1 Association, whir.h at all times had been grenerously given. Messrs. -Hal liday and Fox briefly responded, say > ing that although it was Sunday morn ing, and the heat intense, they would welcome any such visits when such keenness was shown.

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THE CLUB MAIL BAG GOING TO BIRDWOOD H.S. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

THE CLUB HAIL BAG | GOING TO BJRDWOOD H.S. bear "Mopoke"—Vic. told you that we had. a pony called "Star" and you said you had a bay pony called "Star" well ours ii3- bay and old. In the Q.C. I received 564 marks and gained a bur sary. This year I am going to the Birdwood High School. Nearly all the holidays 1 have been, fruit inciting and cutting, at Waikerie. Brian and Vic have gone to our grandmother's place at Larg'e Bay, and are coming home today. I am going away on Thursday. ' Our teacher who joined the Air Force went overseas several months! ago. Cheerio. —WALTER HERMANN.. Woods Plat. (I was pleased to learn of your suc cess in the Q.C., Walter, and am glad to know you are going tv> high school. Vic's badge was sent on previously, was it not? Cheerio. -"Moooke.") I BIG HARVEST ON TALDRA FARM Dear "Mopoke"—I must thank you very much for setting in my birthday greetings and regret that I have not told you my age. Well I am just "ten years today. I also thank you for the matin...

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S.A. FIG GROWERS ANNUAL MEETING Value of Pruning Competitions Thanks to Bern Packing Union Barmera, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

iSJL FIG GROWERS 1 ANNUAL MEETING Value of Pruning Competitions Thanks to Bern Packing Union Barmsia, February The annual general nlt>eUijg of the S.A. iJnert 1'iff Growers Association was hold at ihe Hotel Burmera, 011 January 25. All-. J, T. C. Lehman presided over a record attendance of member.* and visitors, and outlined the activities or the association during the past year. Mr. Lehman referred to the sterling work done by the Berri Co-operative Packing Union who had hand.ed last season's pack under very trying con ditions. The report of the B.C.P.U. was rend by Mr. J. McKay, This showed that a large proportion of tigs packed had been for the_Fighting Forces and that similar orders from this source were expected in the coming season. Air. J. N. S. Dixon (secretary) read the financial report and balance sheet. The pruning competition inaugura ted by Mr. Lehman caused keen in terest. The judges, Messrs. Foth eringham and Chappie, awarded the first prize to Mr. Halliday, and se...

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BERRI American Afternoon for Hospital Auxiliary Berri, February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

BERRI American Afternoon for Hospital Auxiliary Berri. February 2. The last monthly meeting ot tne Berri District Hospital Women's Auxiliary was held in the Kivoli Theatre on January 27, and took the form of an American afternoon. There was a I good attendance and those present were welcomed by the president cMrs. G. J. Codrington). A 6hort business meeting was held and Mrs. L. E. Nairn was appointed' vice-president to fill the vacancy caused by Mrs. Mawby's departure from Berri. A short pro gramme was enjoyed. Those con tributing were: Mrs. W. J. Letcher Coverture), Mrs. Baden Powell and Mrs. E. G-. Morris (songs). Mrs. A. W. Pearson was the accompanist. A competition was arranged • by Mrs. A. G. Maddern. The goods on the -gift table were sold by Mrs. Codring ton and the proceeds amounted to £3/4/-. The conveners of the after noon tea were Mesdames L. S. Trena man, J. N. Morrison and P. H. Nixon, assisted by committee members. Work at Berri Thrift Depot Splendid work is being done ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

British women of the "Wrens" are helping jn tkjB maintenance and servicing of light naval craft. Their work includes the loading of ammunition and keeping the guns in fighting order. '.'Wrena" preparing to launch a boat at a British port.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' COLLEGE Glen Osmond, S.A. A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PRINCIPAL—MISS R.-E. POWELL, M.A., Dip. Ed. From Kindergarten to Leaving Honours. A Commercial Course is available without extra charge. The College has an ideal situation amid S3 acres of playing fields. Tbe Junior School has its separate Boarding House and Playing Fields, Thfe oval is in use. Sports include Tennis, Hockey, Basketball, etc. Numerous new and modern buildings have been erected. Early ap plication is advisable. Boarders come into residence on 8th February, 1943. The Principal will be at home from 26th January from 2-4 p.m., of by appointment. Further particulars from the Principal, Telephone U1161, or the Sec retary, Mr. W. D. C. Paton, 25 King William Street, Adelaide. ' ■ ~ . SCOTCH COLLEGE, BELAIR A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS HEADMASTER—N.M.G. GRATTON. B.A., Dip. Ed. (University of Melb.) , In May, 1942, in order to meet a National need, the School vacated ; temporarily the prop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

SCREENING AT BOTH THEATRES RESERVATIONS PHONE 303 THIS FRL, SAT., MON. MATINEE SATURDAY THIS SATURDAY ONLY GENE TIERNEY — VICTOR MATURE in Colourful Drama of the- Orient "SHANGHAI GESTURE" Plus ANN SOTHERN — GEORGE MURPHY in a Riot: of. Laughter "CASH AND CARRY" NEWSREEL- SESSION COMMENCES AT 7.30 OZONE NEXT TIB., WED, TORS. MATINEE, WED. 4.15 p.m. NO FREE LIST WALT DISNEY'S LATEST TRIUMPH Filmed in Technicolour TVTTiTSJ Plus JIMMY DURANTE in Comedy Hit "YOU'RE IN THE ARMY NOW"

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British Bomber Returns with Proof of Success [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

R*-;tish Bomber Returns with Proof of Success A daring unescorted daylight roof-hopping attack on objectives at Sluiskill, an Inland Dutch, port,' was made by a single "Boston" aircraft of Britain's Bomber Command. Proof of the Boston's success is furnished by photographs it brought back—here is one of them a bonnb explodes on a wharf,, wrecking a gantry and sending splin ter6, cieariy seen, flying through the air.

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