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FRUIT HARVEST LABOUR PROBLEM Deputation on School Holidays: Statement by Minister [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

FRUIT HARVEST LABOUR PROBLEM Deputation on School Holidays: Statement by Minister Following the deputation from the A.D.F.A. .to the Minister of Education last week, requesting that high schools and colleges should be closed from February 14 to the end of March so that the students could assist with the dried fruits harvest, the Minister held a conference -with the Director of Education (Dr. C. E, Fenner), the Deputy Di rector-General of Manpower (Mr. L. C. Hunkin), and the director of the Women's Land Army (Miss Dorothy Marshall). A statement was subsequently made by Mr. Jeffries. A circular will be sent to all super primary boys' schools, public and private, seeking' information as to the number of boys over 14 willing to assist in harvesting dried fruits from the middle of February to the end of March. Mr. Jeffries said that when the returns came in consideration would he ffiven to the request. The reassembling: of super primary schools from January 4 to February 15 and closing f...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Not only the other fellow . .butYOU,too, must buy AUSTERITY BONDS Bonds are £10 each and in multiples of £10. There i$ no limit to the number you can buy. Two kinds of Bonds are available:— 1. Redeemable 1956—interest a year. 2. Redeemable 1947—2|% interest a year. Interest starts on money paid from the date of lodgment. Bonds are realizable in case of need. Lodge your subscriptions at any Bank, Savings Bani, Stockbroker or Money Order Post Office., You can buy your Bonds by instalments, too, by paying 10% down and the remainder over 3 or 9 months. AL.6U7

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RENMARK WAR FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

RENMARK WAR FUNDS Previously acknowledged £4,104/10/1; Snies' Staff 1C/C; Growers Distillery staff £1/15/6"; R.I.T. Staff 15/G. £4,1GS/6/7.

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USE OF INTERNEE LABOUR Resolution by Renmark Bureau; Address by Mr. Marcus [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

USE OF%*jT£RNEE LABOUR T Resolution by Renmark Bureau; Address by Mr. Marcus j Mr. \V. T. Marcus (manager of the Labour Bureau at Kenriiark) addressed a meeting of the llenmark North and ChafEey Branch of the Agricultural Bureau on Tuesday evening on the "Manpower Problem". The meeting resolved that representations should again be made to the Minister, for the use of internee labour for the l'ruit ' harvest. J Mr. T. F. Spui-linjr was in the chair, and the secretary (Mr. J. C. K. ;Brigham) and about -30 members were also present. 1 The meeting also decided that a re ! quest sho'uld he made to the Liquid Fuel Control Hoard for petrol tickets to be made available through the lten mark Labour Office for the transport of pickef-s during the fruit harvest. Mr. Marcus told the meeting that in his opinion 900 casual hands would be required for the harvest in Hen mark. Only by the whole-hearted co-operation of all concerned could success be achieved. The llemnark Labour Office would again c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Geo. Bartlett & Son AUCTIONEERS, WAIKERIE. Stocks, Station Agents; Chaff and Grain Merchants Auction Sales Second Saturday Month. Goldsbrough Mort & Co. Ltd. Isn't she charming! Such an attractive smile and nice teeth—she chetvs healthful, delicious Wrigley's Chewing Gum daily It is an easy, pleasant way to achieve these results. 'Chewing WRIGLEY'S also removes the small particles of food which lodge between the teeth and which may easily cause decay. And in cases of flatulence, it is a life-saver. In addition, this daily, agreeable way of chewing helps brace up sagging facial muscles and to restore the natural, attractive contour of your face and chin. WRIGLEY'S If you find it difficult to con centrate, or if your nerves are unsteady, dewing WRIGLEY'S aids you to overcome these troubles. Three delicious flavours — PJC. (real peppermint), Spearmint (essence of garden mint) and Juicy Fruit - (lus ciously sweet). Buy several packets to day and always have a supply hand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

IMPORTANT MEETING OF FARMERS LOXTON INSTITUTE Friday, Nov. 20th, at 8 p.m. Mr. T. "C. Stott, M.P.,»wiU explain the new Rural Workers Award of wages and the Scully Wheat Plan. It Is essential that every farmer should at lend for his own benefit. SHE SLEEPS BETTER NOV AFTER MONTHS OF BAD NERVES ".Abput 12 months ago I started to get fshaky, and got pimples all over my fare," stales Miss T.O'F., of Port Melbourne. "1 suffered from bad nerves, had no energy, and was always tired, no matter how early I went to bed. "One day a friend told me to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, which I did, and after only a short course, I am greatly improved. I'm sleeping much better, eating better, and the pimples are disappearing." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills usually prove of great benefit to young anaemic girls and women suffering from ner vousness, sleeplessness, and unsightly blemishes. These pills help to create rich red blood which soon builds up strength and vigour, besides clearing away skin blemishes ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

LAP1N & BLASS for MEN and SOYS' WEAR Men's Under Flannels Pure wool under flannels, M & Os (A coupons) 10/3 each Boys' Khaki Shorts Banded top, side strap, 2 pockets, all sizes. (5 coupons). 8/6 pair - Men's Work Coats Navy drill work coats, extra qual ity, 2 pockets, all sizes. . (6 cou pons) . 23/9 each Boys'Polo Shirts Boys' cotton polo shirts, in tan, blue, green and white, all sizes. (6 coupons). 3/6 Men's Work Sljjrts Good strong work shirts in good designs. (6 coupons) . 7/6 each Elastic Top Socks Fancy elastic top socks, assorted colours. (4 coupons). 2/6 pair Men's Athletic Vests Men's white cotton athletic sing lets. (7 coupons) 2/3 each Boys' Knickers Navy blue drill knickers, fully lined, all sizes. (7 coupons). 8/11 pair Men's Cotton U/pants White cotton underpants, elastic tops. (7 coupons). 3/11 pair Boys' Souwesters in colours of blue, khaki, and white. (1 coupon) 2/11 each Men's Bathing Trunks All colours in men's all wool bathing trunks. (5 coupons)...

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Renmark Air Spotters' Roster [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Air Spotters' MONDAY, November 3 6—-0100 hrs., D. Leahy; 0400, J. Rohde; 0700. W. Williams and J. Woods; 1000, H. G. Evans; 1300, Miss M. Whillas; 1600, M. Green; 1900, W. Bums?; 2200, R. Green. TUESDAY, 0100 hrs., K. Snodgrass; and A. Bayly; 0400, C. Freeman; 010,0 B. Jenkins; 1000, Mrs. L. Brine; 1300, I Airs. B. Rietlel and Miss L. Schultz; j 16'00, Miss L. Board; 1900, Mrs. D. J BrocUsopp and Mrs. R. Jaeka; 2200, I E Hage. WEDNESDAY, 01UO hrs., G. Donald son; 0400, R. Hameister; 0700, Mrs. J. Price; 1000. Mrs. P. Swan; 1300, Mrs. G. Hamifstfr: 1600, Miss K. Coombs mid Miss H. Marion; 1900, Miss E. Dowdy; 2200, A. Hickey. THURSDAY. 0100 hrs., L. Haynes; 0400, R. Kid^ewe)]': 0700, J. Jenkins; 1000, R. Tunhy; ]3u0, Mrs. E. Matuliek; 1600, Mifs J. Olorenshaw; 1900, I». Simons and C. Wood; 2200, R. Jones. FRIDAY, uioo hrs.. L. Lellman; 0400, A. Jones; 0700, W. Williams and J Woods; 1000, -Mrs. D. Ogilvy and Mrs. E. Tucker; 1300, Mrs. J. Archer; 1000, W. Board; 1900, R. Hill;; 2200, W...

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Young Folk'sSection Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Young Folk'sSection Conducted fay "MOPOKE" Leading Points Ruth Anderson (Loxton) 26/2/42 .. 90 Rex Arney (Wanbi) 12/5/42 83 Jennifer Samuel (Loxton) 1/2/42 .... 80 Isobel Wood (Renmai'k) 2/4/42 .. .. 76 Ivy Traeger (Loxton) 3/4/42 76 Max Sobolz (Loveday) 21/3/42 57 Rita flint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 .. .. 49 Isabel Rawnsley (Loveciav) 9/6/42 .. 46 Peter Brodie (Paruna) 13/3/42 46 Beth Francis (Waikerle) 10/12/41 .. 44 Ivan Marshall (Morkalla) 1/1/42 .. .. 39 Helen Newman (Renmarfc) 21/4/42 .. 3U Mavis Gray (Morka la) 14/7/42 .. .. *5 Margaret Blight (Barmera) 1/8/42 .. 35 Margaret Kuban* (Renmark) 7/7/42 .. 27 David Sales (Croydon) lI/B/42 .. .. 25 | Myra Nitschke (Greenock) 12/5/42 .. 23 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) £8/7/42 .-. .. 23 Robert Ralph (MOnash) 4/6/42 .. .. 22 Joyce Francis (Waikerle) 29/5/42 .. 20

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DATES TO REMEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

DATES TO REMEMBER November 14—Fete at Taplan for Institute Funds. Nov. 14—EJuchre Tournament, in aid of lied Cross Junior Competition, in Paringra School. Nov. 15—Grant! Mystery Bike Hike, for lied Cross. Leaves Henmark North Post Olflc-p 1.30 p.m. Nov. 19—AVoolenook Camp Dance, Renmark Institute. AUCTIONS AND MARKETS November 13.—Property Sale, Elder | Smith & Co. Ltd., Morgan. j Nov. 16—Paruna Market. liennett & Fisher Ltd. November 17 — Mantung Sale. Goldsbrouffh Mort & Co. November 19—Special Sheep Sale, Meringrur. Goldsbrougrh Mort & Co.' Nov. 23—Auction Sale, Waikerie, Geo. Bartlett & Son. A

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Limerick Competition [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Limerick Competition Some well .thought out lines were sent in In connection, with the limerick com petition. The verse to be completed was: A certain young tellow named Glen, Was chasing a white leghorn hen, But he tripped and he fell, And peculiar to tell The winning line came from Jennifer Samuel (Loxtoa) who receives eight points for her effort: He didn't stop to count ten. Second honours (sta points) go to Peter Brodie (Paruna): I heard him as if he were ten. Even third (four points) - — Margaret Kufoatik (Renmark.): He'd chased her right Into her pen." Nigel Samuel (Loxton) : He never got well again. Two points eacii—Max Scholz (Loveday): He fell right on the hen. Ivy Traeger (I/oxton): He found himself in a lion's den. Margaret Blight (Waikerle): The hen ran with the other ten.

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Birthday Greetings [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

Birthday Greetings Many happy returns to Pat. Melville (Barmera) 12 on Nov. 18: Ian Wetlierall (Kingston) 9 on Nov. IS; Va'ma £tasl nowsky (Mantung) 13 on Nov. 21.

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THE CLUB MAIL BAG LETTER TAKES MONTH TO ARRIVE FROM MONASH [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

THE CLUB MAIL BAG LETTER TAKES MONTH TO ABRIVB FROM MONASH Dear "Mopc-lse"— I have just come out of hospital. I have had appendicitis. I will be going for a holiday a&i soon P6 I get my appendix out. Grantley Teller e-Mid I are competing in the soap box derby at our school at the end of this month. 3rantley and I are making an underground dressing room ,and secret tunnels. When the hot weather comes ve go for a swim and experiment In div ing. We have many exciting hours in the tank. I have another three wings for the S.P.P. I have received my badge for winning the P.O.W. competition. It is "Keep the Colours Stying". I Mona^h. ROBERT RALPH (Well, Robert, your letter had a long journey. It was Just a month after you wrote It that It was opened here. It had been mlssent to Wlllowle, which Is a small place near Orroroo, about 2C0 miles from Adelaide — almost due north. You may write another letter for 'publication on Nov, 26 If you wish to. I hope you are now well again. Cheerio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

SAVE MONEY By purchasing your Meat from RENMARK BUTCHERY ft BAKERY CO. ITI) Teteotiona Ranmark 8 and 14. "WHERE KEEN BUYERS MEAT"

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CONCERT FOR RENMARK S.S.C. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

CONCERT FOR RENMARK S.S.C. Highlight of a concert in the Ren mark Institute on Tuesday evening in aid "of the Renmark Soldiers Social Committee, was the appearance on the programme of the talented soprano, Miss Uv.n Saether. The concert was arranged by S/Sgt. Molinavi and other noted Camp and local artists con Lributed to the programme. Miss Saether delighted the audience with several operatic numbers?. (Further, reference will appear .later).

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WOOLENOOK CAMP DANCE FOR SOLDIERS CLUBROOMS [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

WOOLENOOK CAMP DANCE SOLDIERS CLUBROOMS Arranged by the personnel of the Woolenook Cam)) a dance will be held in the Renmark Institute on Thursday November 39, in aid of the Renmark Soldiers Social Committee clubrooms. Ted Thomas's orchestra will be in attendance, and there will be novelty dances. > The charge for admission will be 1/6 (men. in uniform 1/-) and buffet supper Will be available for sixpence.

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SUCCESSFUL AUCTION SALE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

SUCCESSFUL AUCTION SALE ( Messrs. Ogilvy & Sons, HenmarU, report having held an auction sale on account of Mr. W. J. Thompson, last Friday. There was a very large at tendance and bidding lor all lots was exceptionally keen and' all goods were sold.

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"THE FOUR TOWERS" Address at Loxton C. of E. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

"THE FOUR TOWERS" Address at Loxton C. of £. All Saints- *jay was kept as a parish festival at the Church of the Resurrection, Loxton. At the early morning Holy Communion service those who had recently been con firmed bSr the Bishop made their first communions. The evening service brought to a close the annual faith and prayer appeal which takes the place of a fair. Preaching at the evening service from the text ""Walk about Sion and tell the towns thereof" the Kector (the Rev. C. Gray) explained the first "tower" was the Tower of the Church founded by Christ Himself, "upon which the gates of hell shall not prevail." The Church of Eng land was proud of its heritage in the Calholie Church. The second great "Tower" was the tower of the faith which held us firm when all else was breaking up. The third "tower" of the saints commemorated on this day. The last "Tower" was that of "our own pariah church and all that it means to us." The Rector went on to say that it is not sufficient simpl...

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THEATRE STAFF VISITS CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

THEATRE STAFF VISITS CAMP I On Nov. 1 the Ozone Theatre staff journeyed to Woolenook Camp for a picnic. The staff were the guests of Captain Brown and Lieut. Russell". After a most enjoyable day tl silent picture show was screened and sev eral items were rendered by members of the visiting party. Capt. Brown 1 thanked Mr. Tuohy for arranging the function, and expressed a desire for a further visit at some future date. Mr. i Tuohy said that a concert party 'Would visit the camp at an early date.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 12 November 1942

RESERVATIONS PHONE 303 ===TH!S FRI., SAT., MON. 7.50 Session of News from Home and Abroad 8.10 William Boyd in "Riders of the Timberline" (G) 9.8 Intermission 9.18 Fox International News 9.26 A Preview of our next Attrac. 9.29 Carol Lombard—Jack Benny "To Be or Not To Be" (A) 11.9 Programme Concludes SERIAL IN ADDITION AT MAT. SAT. 1.45 NEXT TOES, WED., THURS. NOVEMBER 17th, 18th, 19th. i Plus: RODDY McDOWELL starring in "ON THE SUNNY SIDE" Also THREE SPLENDID NEWSREELS Grand Re-opening Roxy Open Air Theatre Fri., Nov 27, Dance * Sat., Nov. 28, Pictures

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