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

CRICKET REMMARK, 116 for 5 wickets—Natt rass 14; Grosvenor 7; Harrington 56; J. Norton 6; Marshall 0; Ruediger n.o. 6,- Pitt n.o. 21; sundries 6. Bowl ing—Groves 2/6; Wlainwright 1/18; Millbank 0/8; Dicker 0/26; Wilkinson 1/27'; Gillespie 1/22. GROUP 1, 78—Millbank 3; Martin 0; Groves 10; Wilkinson 11; Dicker 4; Treagus 26; Locke 12; Gillespie 1; Koch. 0; Wainwright S; Sammels 3; sundries 3. Bowling—Marshall 3/14; Ruediger 4/19; Harrington 0/16; Pitt 1/23; Lindner 0/2; Norton 0/0. Renmark Team for next Saturday Dyer, Marshall, Seekamp, Harrington, Pitt, Gordge, Ruediger, J. Norton, Natt rass, HCatullok, Qroarmor. Lindner 18th.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RED SHIELD WORK IN RIVER CAMPS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

RED SHIELD WORK ! IN RIVER CAMPS Mr. R. G., Dunkley, who is at pres ent serving In a metropolitan post with the Salvation Army Red Shield service,: advises that it .lias .been possible to | instal two billiards tables in River camps, and they are proving very popular with the men. At the pres ent the tables are being moved from camp to camp so that all troops may share in a game. However the Red Shield officers are anxious to be able to make tables available to the out back camps as permanent comforts. Magazines and books are always an urgent need, and gifts of this nature may be made to the officer or through the officers of the Renmark Salvation Army Corps. , Previously acknowledged £25/0/11; Evening sponsored by W.O.I H. Mui ler £11/10/-. £30/10/11.

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RENMARK AIR ROSTER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

RENMARK AIR ROSTER MONDAY, February 8, 0100 hrs., L. Lellmann; 0400, C. Wood; 0700, W. Wil liams; 1000, F. Hiinsen; 1300, D. Leahy"; 1600, Miss K. Coombs; 1900, Miss C. Kerrison; 2200, M. Green. TUESDAY, 0100 hrs., R. Hill; 0400, L. Haynes: 0700, 12. Jenkins; 1000, H. Evans; 1300, Mrs. E. Riedel, Mrs. K. Roberts; 1U00, \\\ Board; 1900, C. Freeman; 2200, F. Coclcington. WEDNESDAY, 0100 hrs, A. Bayly; 0400, C. Rendell; 0700, W. Burns; 1000, R. Tuohy; 1300, Miss Y. Lambert; 1600, Miss L. Board; 1900, Miss M. Prance'; 2200, A. Jones. THURSDAY, 0100, Mrs. R. Hameis ter; 0400, L. Simmons; 0700, J. Jenk ins; 1000, J. Rohde; 1300, Mrs. E. M9. tuliclc; 1600, Miss J. Olorenshaw; 1900, Miss I. Ashenden; 2200, R. Jones. FRIDAY, 0100 hrs., R. Ridgewell; 0400, A. Hickey; 0700, W. Williams; 1000, Mrs. D. OgHvy, Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300, Mrs. R. Swan; 1600, L. Humph-1 ries; 1900, Miss J. St eer; 2200, H. Schubert. SATURDAY, 0100 hra., H. Osborne; 0400, A. Prider; 0700, H. Fisher1; 1000, Miss L. Schlute...

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LEGACY CLUB APPEAL £5,000 to Extend Work To "Dependants" of This War [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

LEGACY CLUB APPEAL £5,000 to Extend Work To "Dependants" of This War | The Legacy Club of Adelaide is com posed of 145 active, 20 associate, and 16 country members—all returned men, —who are concerned with the welfare 'of the widows and children of their deceased comrades of the 1914-18 War. The Club now seeks to raise the sum of £5,COO in order that its present ac tivities may be extended to include the dependants of sailors, soldiers and air men who make the supreme sacrifice in the current war, and thereafter. ; Boys and girls' club meetings are conducted every week by members of the -club and lady helpers, whose aim is to make the children good citizens, mentally, morally and physically. Camps are held annually, and sub branches of the Returned Sailors, Sol diers and Airmen Imperial League of —■ — Australia—with which the Legacy Club enjoys very friendly relations—have in the past made provision for sons of returned soldiers to take part in these useful and enjoyable gatherings....

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How Renmark Man Met His Death at Gona HIGH MORALE OF TROOPS IN NEW GUINEA [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

f How Renmark Man Met His Death at Gona * HIGH MORALE OF TROOPS IN NEW GUINEA ' (As told by George H. Johnston, "Argus" Correspondent) n'Hli) following moving story of how a Renmark soldier met his death on the Gona battlefvont appeared recently in the Melbourne "Argus}". It was from the pen of Correspondent George H. John ston, who told it in the course of an article contrasting the high morale of the troops fighting the Japanese in New Guinea with the apathy of the general public on the home front. Our attention was drawn to the article by Mr. \V. Mellor, of Renmark. Australia might have reason to wor ry about the morale of its home front. There is no reason h_> wovry about morale on the battlefield. This story gives what I feel is the expression of perfect morale and perfect fighting •spirit. I was just behind the front line at Gona, crouched down in the kunai grass with a party of 21 A.I.F. infan trymen from South Australia. They had been in action almost constantly for 2 mon...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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R.S.L. MEETING AT RENMARK Address by Chairman of Problems Committee [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

R.S.L. MEETING AT RENMARK Address by Chairman of Problems Committee On Monday night the monthly meet ing of the Item-nark R.S.L. Sub-branch was held. The president (Mr. R. P. Bennett) occupied the chair. Many more letters from Diggers overseas were read. The president remarked that the branch greatly appreciated auch letters from their comrades. He brought up the matter of the zoning of the settlement for the matter of notification in the event of a member of the sub-branch passing away and this was agreed to, the matter to go before the executive at their next meet ing. At 9 o'clock the two minutes' silence was observed. The names of those who since the last meeting had made the supreme sacrifice were men tioned by the president. They were: Laurie Marsh, Deane Hanlin, Cliff Schloithe, Murray Young, Rex McICenna CLawrence), J. W. Badger (R.A.A.F.), Bomber Command, England), and W. Crerar who had died and was the oldest member of the R.S.L. The soldiers' requiem "They shall grow not ...

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OVER GERMANY WITH THE BUMBER COMMAND Further Letters from Sgt. Lindsay Lawton [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

OVER GERMANY WITH THE BuMBER COMMAND | Further Letters from Sgt Lindsay Lawton [ The following extracts are taken ! from letters received by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lawton, of Benmark, from their son Sergt. Lindsay Lawton, serving . with the Bomber Command in Eng land: "We went to Frankfurt in Germany last night. It was the hot test trip I have even done. We fully expected to 'buy it' at any tick of the clock. As it was the Flack was tos sing us around the sky like a feather. The searchlights and concentration oi Flack was much too accurate to be healthy. Anyway we sprayed the target and got back; that is the main thing. Bomber Command has a new idea as an incentive to crews to bang on photographs, of the targets sprayed. They are giving a little souvenir in the form of a post card for very successful photos of the tar gets. Our crew have been very successful lately and I am enclosing one of the souvenirs we all received." The card has on it: "This stone was laid at Nurnberg by P.O. Wisema...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Front-line Heroine: Soviet Woman tends Wounded Under Fire [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Front-line Heroine: Soviet Woman tends Wounded Under Fire First aid instructor Nina Kuranova tending a badly-wounded man in the thick of the fighting on the Russian front. She has won the Soviet award "for courage."

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

| CHEAP CASH COLUMN wanted to sell "DANK PAY-IN Books obtainable from "The Murray Pioneer" fox all Banks. No need to get them from the city. Tj^OR SALE)—Maple Leaf 3-4 ton truck, ' W. Thirty tractor, new tyres, kero or gas, oversized sleeves and domed pistons. Apply Schumacher, Cob dogla. JfOR SALE—Mower, in good work i ing order, 4ft. 6in. cut. C. Kruger, Box 173, Barmera. Tj^OR SALE—Cream coach Peram, in good condition. Apply Mrs. May - per, Loxton. ■ XfOR SALE—100 8 x 4 wire trays, good condition. Edmonds, Box 246, Phone Renmark North 211. "PiOR SALE—Good milking cow, also ' ydung heifer calf. L. Bennett, Ren mark Avenue. TITANTEL Model, 4-valve A.C. "Aster" Wireless. Apply "4 valve" This office. 1 . TITcCARTHUR MOTOR. WRECKERS, ■ 12 West Terrace, Adelaide. Stock new and used motor parts, accessories, ■ batteries, etc., for all makes and models. , Also engines for boats or stationary . work, axles, wheels and springs for i trailers, jinkers, etc., cheap. Phone CGG84 (two lines), ...

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NO MORE "LEAVE" PETROL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

NO MORE "LEAVE" PETROL The allowance of petrol permitted to troops on pre-embarkation and home-from-abroad leave has now been stopped under a Commonwealth Order. An officer of the Liquid Fuel Board explained that it had been customary | to issue tickets to servicemen who. owned cars or who could obtain £he j use of a friend's car. The authorities had discovered, however, that this ! privilege bad been abused. Instead of having the tickets themselves, many of the men had handed them to pri vate motorists. The Commonwealth j Order came into operation on Decem ber 1, but the issue had been con tinued in a few exceptional instances, when application had been made be fore that date. !

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

BENNETT & FISHER LID LIVESTOCK SALESMEN Woolbrokers and Land Agents MONTHLY MARKETS Loxton, First Thursday Parana, Third Monday Loxton Branch! 'Phone 7, Box 109 Manager'? Aid da nee: Phona 23 Renmark District Hospital Inc. The ANNUAL GENERAL MEET ING of Ratepayers and Subscribers will be held in the RENMARK INSTI TUTE on FRIDAY, 12th FEBRUARY, 1943, at 8 p.m. BUSINESS— 1. To receive. the Annual Report and Balance Sheet. 2. To elect four members to the Board of Management: Messrs. G. H. Eaton, J. M. G. Thompson, K. Weidenhofer and Rev. F. V. Han. sen retire and are eligible for relection. 3. To submit the following resolu tion, notice of which was given at the Annual General Meeting held on 14th February, 1942: — "That provision be made in future elections for nomina tions to be lodged prior to the Annual Meeting with appropriate advertisement in the local press." Any other business concerning the Hospital. F. HAMLYN HARGRAVE, Secretary. A meeting of the Board will be held at...

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Catalina Flying Boats in Battle of the Atlantic [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Catalina Flying Boats in Battle of the Atlantic Numbers of hufle# American-built Catsllna flying boat*, having a rang* of 4,000 mile*, now patrol the Atlantic from their opera tional base oh an Ulster Lough, end in eo>oi»ratton <*ith the Royal Navy maintain a watch over British merchant shipping. The Pilot Officer in. command of a Catallns 1s seen in the cockpit ready fc take off. This Is the pilot dtfloef who sighted the "Bfsmark" ana shadowed her for more than 20 hour*.

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The Post-war Motor Car [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

The Post-war Motor Car So few new motor care have been sold in Australia since the start of the war that there must be well over a hundred thousand people in the Commonwealth who, in normal times, would have been purchasers ot new models. In that big potential for new machines, there no doubt are a great many individuals who ponder as to what will be available in the new car field after the war is won and the world is settled down to re construction. Except for minor changes in styling, the first cars to be built after hos tilities cease are likely to be similar to the latest models sold in this coun try during 1942, because they can be put into production in minimum time— six to twelve months—since the tools and dies are already in existence. Succeeding' post-war models will probably be designed to meet econ omic conditions, including what the buyer can afford after footing his tax bill, as well as .on the cost and avail ability of materials including metals, rubber and petrol. Pos...

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

PAT A GENUINE CLEARING SALE ■On the farm 7 miles west of Pata ad joining Pata-Pyap West Road. Tuesday, February 9 at i p.m. Goldsbrough lort & Co. Ltd. have received instructions from MR. "W. B. SCHULZ, -who is relinquishing farm ing, to sell by auction the whole of his farming stock and plant as under: — 12 Draught Horses 12 good farm and block sorts including: 6 6-yr. old; 1 6-yr. old; 2 7-yrs. old; 3 8-yrs. old; -i 10-yJ'. old. 150 Bags Seed Oats 150 (some ready for drill). MACHINERY AND EFFECTS 2 7-ft. Shearer strippers; No. 2 Ill man winnower"; Bagshaw winnower; 16 Sun combine; 20 disc Shearer drill, good order; 6ft. Massey .binder; 6-leaf harrows and beam; harrow cart;. 15 D.V. Shearer cultivator; 8-furrow, Shearer plough; 10 disc Sundercut; waggon, 7 In, tyres; hay frame; No. 4 Hindmarsh chaffcutter with 20 ft. ele vator; 6 h.p. Lister engine on trans port; horse rake; fire rake; German waggon; perfection grader; Gilchrist pickler, corn crusher; 40ft. engine belt ing;...

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

TROOPS TO ADELAIDE Direct Road Service at Concession Rates Military Men in Uniform may now use the Service of between Adelaide and the Upper River Murray TIME - TABLE Leaves Renmark for Adelaide: Mop., Wed., Fri. Sat.—11.30 a.m. Leaves. Adelaide for Renmark: Mon., Tues., Thurs, Sat.—8 a.m. FARES—BETWEEN ADELAIDE and Waikerie - Kingston - Barm era Berri - Renmark SINGLE 15/-; RETURN 25/ Further Details and Reservations from / LOCAL AGENTS: RENMARK—R. P. James & Co., ' Telephone 27. BARMERA—Mr. R. G. Bishop's 'Cafe, Telephone 175. BERRI—Mr. Rowe, Newsagent, WAIKERIE—Mr. L. Beck's C.ift, Telephone 152, MURRAY VALLEY COACHfiS PTY. LTD. ! 430 Lt, Collins St., Melbourne, C1 THE METHODIST LADIES' COLLEGfe Wayville, S.A. HEADMISTRESS—MISS JEAN HARRIS, B.Sc., DIP. ED. The Methodist Ladies' College offers to-its students the. best of in struction, comprehensive in range and permeated with Christian in fluences. . ' In the Bdarding House every care is taken to make the life of the girl...

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HOME ON LEAVE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

HOME ON LEAVE [ Paddy Crozier (R.A.A.F.) is home | on a few days' leave at Renmark. He lis son of Mr. W. Crozier and is now !a wireless air gvnnei\—Group Sgt. J. J. Thompson, eon of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thompson, who is home on leave celebrated his 21st .birthday on Tues day. Ho has passed out of Duntroon and is now stationed "somewhere in Australia."

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

SAVE MONEY 8y purchasing your Meat from REMARK BUTCHERY * BAKERY CO ITD Telephone Renmark 8 and 14. •WHERE KEEN BUYERS MEAT"

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DONATION TO PATRIOTIC FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

DONATION TO. PATRIOTIC FUNDS Mi-. N. L. Young, formerly of Ren mark and latterly of Patchewollock, "Victoria, is awaiting his call-up for the R.A.A.F. Mr. Young is very ap preciative of the many kindnesses shown him during his residence here, and when he called in at "The Pioneer" Office last week he left £1 to be di vided among local patriotic funds.

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Young Folk's Section Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

Young Folk's Section Conducted by "MOPOKE" Leading Points Isabel Wood (Renmark) 2/4/42 02 Ivy Traeger (Loxton) 3/4/42 91 Max Scholz (Loveday) 21/3/42 81 Peter Brodie (Parana) 13/3/42 _ 71 Margaret Blight (Walk.) 1/8/42 64 Rita Flint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 .. . j 49 Isabel Rawnsley (Loveday) 9/6/42 49 Myra Nitschke (Loveday) 12/5/42 49 MaviB Gray (Morkalla) 14/7/42 45 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) 28/7/42 42 Ronda Bath (Mt. Torrens) 6/10/42 40 Helen Newman (Renmark) 21/4/42 .. 39 David Sales> (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. ..-28 Margaret Kubauk (Renmark) 7/7/42 .. 27 Bobere Ralph (Monash) 4/6/42 26 Joyce Francis (Waikerie) 29/5/42 22 Lin Bettison (Mt. Mary) 28/7/42 22 Laurie-Wyman (Barmeral 30/6/42 .... 21 Pamel.i Arn.ey (Wanbl) 12/.-i/42 .. .. £1 This year's book winners—Jennifer Samuel (Loxton), Ruth Anderson (Lox ton).

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"USE FRUIT—SAVE SUGAR" [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 4 February 1943

"USE FRUIT—SAVE SUGAR" Under the above title a nanay little pamphlet has been prepared by tlie Commonwealth Rationing Commission to show ways of preserving fruit with out sugar. It is being issued through the women's organizations and from the offices of the commission. Sec tions deal with "pulping without su gar,". "bottling without sugar," fruit juices, and drying fruit. As the ration of sugar is not sufficient to al low people to preserve fruit or make jam in such large quantities as pre viously, these methods are recommen ded as a means of keeping the fruit so that it can be made into jam or stewed later when enough sugar has been saved from the fortnightly ration. They should be of considerable value to many households.

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