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KILLED IN ACTION Pte. M. M. Marshall [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
KILLED IN ACTION Pte. M. M. Marshall SX5936, Pte. Maurice Maxwell Mar shall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marshall, of Renmark, was killed in action in New Guinea on January 80. Pte. Marshall enlisted In June 1940 and was in Tobruk for six months. He was later stationed in Palestine, and went through the Syrian "campaign afterwards being, stationed 'on the Syrian-Turkish frontier. He came back to Australia in March 1942. Pte.. Marshall fought in the New Guinea Pte. M. M. Marshall cdmpagin and was jne of those Aus tralians who climb ed ;md fought over the Owen Stanley lange. He and the late Pte. M. G. i'oung had been together through '■he whole of their jamvaigning, Pte. Young being killed in action only a few days before his comrade. Born in Renmarlc 26 years ago, Pte Marshall was educated at the Ren mark Town Primary and Renmark High Schools. Familiarly known as "Doos er" he was probably most widely known for his pro we S3 on the football field. At the outbreak of war he was one of t...
School Break-up; Students Do Well in Adelaide Wanbi, February 8. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
School Break-up; Students Do Well in Adelaide Wanbi, February S. The Wanbi school break-up which had been postponed 011 account of an outbreak of measles in December was held in the hall on January 29. The school report was read by the head teacher (Mr. R. W. Pennicott) in which he said a successful year had been completed and excellent support had been given to the S.P.F., the children contributing £31/2/5 in cash, over £20 worth of waste products, and £28/6/6 had been invested in War Sav ings Stamps, The chairman of the ! School Committee (Mr, T. M. G. Vowles after addressing the audience, distribu ted the following prizes: Grade VII, Margaret Selway; gr. Vl'Gwen Maple; gr. V, Rex Arney; gr. IV, Mary Mar 'rett; gr. III, Arnold Crane; gr. II, Joyce Andrae; gr. I, "Margaret Pennicott; most improved pupil for the year, Patty Green. Of the four candidates who passed the Q.C. exam, the previous year, two had obtained scholarships which had enabled them to attend sec ondary schools. Thi...
WAIKERIE H.P. SCHOOL 50 New Pupils and Staff Below Strength Waikerie, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
WAIKERIE H.P. SCHOOI 50 New Pupils and Staff Below Strength "Waikerie, February aJ The Waikerie Higher Primary school has resumed work, under somewhat aiflicult conditions. There has been an Increase u£ about 50 pupils, in cluding 36 infants and the teaching staff is far below full strength. The head teacher (Mr. L. E. Trebilcock) ind his staff are working hard to cope with the added work. I At the last examinations the children were the recipients of a handsome gift from Mr. Chas, Parson, who dona ted £5 towards the prize list. This was divided amongst the duxes of the various grades. Mr. Parson's desire' to spur the children on to do their best, is anpreci&ted. Claims for High School | With 54 pupils now qualified for higher studies the matter of a High School at Waikerie should soon engage the attention of the authorities. A number have gone to the city this year as there are no further educational facilities at Waikerie.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
AUCTION SALE NEXT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY j!9 Galvanized Iron, Timber, Flooring and Furniture R. P. JAMES & CO., AUCTIONEERS, RENMARK | AT 2.30 p.m., Para Street, on the site of the late MRS. SYMES', recently ! demolished building—EJooring in sections, with joists, bearers, and stumps, jarrah 14ft. „G x 10ft, 6, and 17ft. C x 8ft., baltic 16ft. x lift, and 17ft. x aft., and mixed 16ft. 6 x 10ft. 6, 2 tanks, small shed, and lavatory. AT 3 p.m. at Office Premises, Renmark Avenue. Galvanized Iron i limber, doors, windows, from a demolished building, stone, iron I .vheelbarrow, wire netting, stretcher, lino, and sundries. j TERMS CASH. i i GENUINE CLEARING SALE MOOROOK ; &lt;S miles N.W. of Moorook and 4 miles , South West of Kingston. Tuesday, February 23 at 1 p.m. Coldsbrough, Mort & Co. Ltd. have been favoured with instructions from MR. J. A. POBKE who is leaving the district to sell by auction the whole of his farming: stock and plant as under:— 8 Horses , 8 Includi...
New Commercial Motors, And Petrol Licences [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
New Commercial Motors, And Petrol Licences New commercial motor vehicles have been, and will be, brought into Aus tralia under special larrangemfents. These and other new commercial mo tor vehicles are not released to pur chasers for registration and use ex cept under permit from the Director of Emergency Road Transport. Per mits will be issued only in cases where the use of the vehicle comes within specified classes of essential work. Instructions have now been received that the same principle is to apply to purchasers of secondhand commer cial motor vehicles, in that motor spirit consumers' licences may not be Issued unless the use of the vehicle qualifies withjn priority classes 1 to 6. The Liquid Fuel Control Board suggests that intending purchasers of second hand commercial motor vehicles should, before completing arrangements to pur chase, ascertain from the board wheth er a consumer's licence will be Issued.' and In what class. This restriction, does not apply to ears,, and i...
Stockings—For Coupon Savings' Stick to Sun Tan [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
Stockings—For Coupon Savings1 Stick to Sun Tan If ycfti still have some stockings left now is the time to do a bit of stock taking. Maybe you will be able to save them up for special occasions if you have managed to acquire a coat of suntan over the holidays. But if you find you have to wear stockings, don't expect delicate threads of rayon to stand up to ordinary laun» dry treatment. They're Just about the consistency of spider web, and their fragility must be respected. An ap plication of soap straight on to the stocking is enough to make its threads dissolve before your eyes. Never wear stockings more" than once, without laundering. They may be effectively washed in lake warm sudsy water. Rinse them in water of the same temperat&re. Don't dafe squeeze them to get the water out. Roll them lovingly in a towel, and let ft soak out for a tew minutes. Then hang them up to dry In (he shade. They can't stand the ma. "When they are qujte dry .this usfl&Uy takes- two days)...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
Woods' Great Peppermint Genre For OkUdrea's Hacking Cough. ARMCHAIR SEATING COMFORT Res. Phone 303 THIS FRL, SAT., MON. J I MATINEE, SATURDAY 1.45 | Also at Roxy Saturday Night only ♦ The Star Comedy of 1943 ♦ A NEW WARNER BROS. SUCCESS Plus VICTOR McLAG-LEN in Punch Packed Drama "POWDER TOWN" Also Four Splendid NEWSREELS OZONE Next Toes., Wed., Thurs., Feb. 16 to 18 Special Matinee Wednesday 2 p.m. w. NO FREE LIST M-GM't ROMANCE ON WINGS OF SONG! Ill* great musia. .the great er romance . . . of lohann St rau* a II, World's Walti King, la a production thai Mta a new standard £or/ beauty and soul.thiill I Plus LLOYD NOLAN in Mystery Comedy "Man Who Wouldn't Die" NEWSREELS "FRUIT HARVEST BALL"—ROXY Wednesday, February 24th
THE KITCHEN FRONT Why Potatoes Keen Us Fit [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
THE KITCHEN FRONT Why Potatoes Keen Us Fit New potatoes ore in plentiful sup ply. And they are down to pre-war prices. From the nutrition point of view, this is the best news for many months, because potatoes rank high among the health foods. Potatoes have plenty of vitamin C— the all-important vitamin that prevents scurvy, loss of appetite, anaemia, loss of weight and low resistance against infection. And in addition to being a protective food, they are a line energy food. Two new potatoes the size of a tennis ball provide the daily vitamin require ments of one adult. Half that am ount is enough for a child. Oranges and tomatoes, from which we usually get important supplies of vitamin C at this time of the year, are scarce and expensive. This makes it all the more important for families to eat plenty of potatoes. As with all other foods, care should potatoes should always be cooked In that preserves their food value. New be taken to cook potatoes in a way their jackets—but wash the...
GLOSSOP Glossop, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
GLOSJSOP Glossop, feoruary a. Miss Peg Grosse, of Adelaide, nas been visiting her mother, Mrs. G. Grosse at Glossop. Miss Grosse spent a few days as the guest of Mr. , and Mrs. h. Mander during her visit.— Mrs. Cyril McLaren is expecting her (husband home from New Guinea, hav I ing received advice that he has arrived I safely in Australia.—Lieutenant George Briers (A.I.F.) is home on leave. His brother Len, also of the A.I.P., is ex-1 pected Home to assist "with the har vesting operations.—Mrs. Sandercock sen. who returned from the city last week was called t*> Adelaide again owing to the ill-health of her little grandson. — Private Maurice Awege who has been on active service in New Guinea is home on leave.—Bon Wilkinson (R.A.N.) son of Mr. and Mrs. "Wilkinson of Glossop, has been home on leave.
MORGAN Morgan, February 9. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
morgan j Morgan, February 9. The following members of the forces have teen home on leave recently; P.O.. Watts, A.C.I W. Brennan and A.&lt;3.1 H. Staeinowsky (R.A.A;i?.), Pte. Mervyn Byles and Pte. S. R. Trlnne (A.LET)—Mr. N. Sargent ol' the S.A, Railways is on annual leave. He left accompanied by his wife and daughter for Port Lincoln.—Mesdames M. WoJjJ ing and W. H. Rice epent a fey days in Adelaide during the week.—Mrs. N. H. Hoffman, whose husband is in the A.I.F., has left with her family to make her home at Salisbury.—Mrs. 13. Cross and family have left to moke their home at Kapunfla. — Nurse M. Ralla, of Snowtown,-. is (he guest of Miss' H. Lindner.—Nurse M. Watte of' the Royal Adelaide Hospital, is staying with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. L. S. Watts.—Mr. Gus Thamm, who has been a -patient in the Eudunda Hospital, has returned home.—Mrs. 13. R. Shrubsole and fathlly have returned from Wailc erie.—Mrs. F. Church and son Milton of Norwood, were the quests of Mr. ■and Mr...
MILITIA BILL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
MILITIA BILL Much to Australia's humiliation we' are being forced to witness an im portant national question, like the ex tension "jf the area in ivmcii die iuiiuia will be required to serve, being made a pawn in the game of party politics, j After having to wait, in tne lii'st piace, I on the approval of the party machine, | the Bill, when eventually presented' at Canberra, fell a long way short of original expectations, which fore shadowed something akin to the merg ing of the Militia with the A.I.F. The ' geographical limits set out in the Bill constitute a very feeble concession to ; the obvious requirement that to effec tively to defend our own country we should be pre pared to »drh ve the enemy at least from the nearby islands on whi h he has established himself. As ever by the opponents of "one army" it has been completely overlooked that it is to Australia's interests, along with all the United Nations, that vhe aggressors should be engaged In battle wherever they can be fou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
Somebody's dream girl... WHO ALWAYS USES PALMOLIVE In a man's memory there lingers the remembrance of smooth freshness of complexion that emphasises the radiance of Iter smile. Palmolive soap brings tius loveliness because it contains - perfectly balanced blend of Olive and Palm oils . .. renowned as beauty essentials since the daye of Cleopatra. Keep that Blip by saving, save by buying Swings Bonis or Certificates um i——i» ♦♦ mmm—— i.
INCREASED SERVICE BY R.SS.C. CLURROOM Marquee to Extend Accommodation [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
INCREASED SERVICE BY R.SS.C. CLURROOM Marquee to Extend Accommodation Tiie activities of the Renmarlt Sol diers Social Committee, which have been increasing steadily o£ late, have had a greatly increased demand im posed upon them by the influx of Militiamen to assist with the fruit harvest. These men, who have come to the district to do a very necessary job, have greatly appreciated the wel come extended ' to them at the club rooms . Every endeavour is being made to see that the needs ot all servicemen continue to be catered for, and to this end the action of Mr. E. N. Seary, a generous supporter of the club room, has procured a marquee to extend the premises is greatly appreciated.. Mr. W. T. Marcus, who has already made a g-ood many articles available from his cafe for use at the clubrooms, has offered the use of his tables, and it is hoped that the marquee will be in readi ness for use. at the comine: week-end. Over 200 men of the different forces visited the rooms for afternoon ...
Bonney Theatre, Barmera [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
Bonney Theatre. JBarmera Saturday and Monday, February ■ 13 and 15 — Clark Gable and Lana Turner are teamed in "Hon ky Tonk". Gable plays the role of a two-fisted ingratiating card sharp in a gold camp, -while Miss Turner ap pears as a prim Boston school teacher who goes West to find her father, but instead discovers perilous adventure and romance. The swift-moving story of Gable's battle for political power, and the highJy unconventional love story will leave an emotional impact with the audience. Frank Morgan, Claire Trevor, Marjorie Main and Al bert Dekker are also in the cast. Selected featurettes -will complete the programme. "Wednesday, February 17—Hilarious j Red Skeleton spreads mirth wholesale ! in "Whistling in the Dark," He j plays his first starring role, as a radio "crime creator". The comedian has | for a sweetheart pretty Ann Kuther- ] ford, while Virginia Grey plays her ! love rival. Conrad Veidt plays the i sinister cultist leader.who stirs up all j the comical comm...
LOCAL AND GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING OF RENMARK INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
LOCAL AND GENERAL ANNUAL MEETING OF RENMARK INSTITUTE The annual general meeting of sub scribers to the Renmarit Institute will I be held in the reading room next Tues jday, February 16, at 8.15 p.m. Mem ' bers are specially requested to attend. LONE GUM AND MONASH INSTITUTE On Saturday, Fbruary 13, at 7.8CP p.m., the annual meeting of the Lone Gujj> and Monash Institute wiUl be •held. On the following Saturday-, February 20, a dance will be held in aid of the Monash Institute and Hall funds. BOOTMAKER OPENING AT RENMARK By advertisement in this issue, Mr. H. W. Peavce announces that he will commence business as a bootmaker and repairer at Renmark next Monday, February 15, at Boehm's Shoe store. WOUNDED MEN BACK FROM NEW GUINEA Among- a recent batch of wounded soldiers to arrive back ii Adelaide are two River men. Tht-^y are Sgt. ' W. H. McAuliffe, of Be'fl, who went j through the Milne Bar, Buna and San- j ananda battles after having: returned from the Middle iSast, and Pte. L. ...
Rivoli Theatre, Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
Rivoli Theatre. Berri Saturday, February 13—In "Interna tional Lady" Ilona Massey appears as an attractive espionage agent who con tacts her co-plotters by singing over the radio. The actress is a Hungarian by birth. She sings but one song in "international Lady"—a brief but bril liant aria. Marjorle Wood worth star of "Broad way Limited,'1 was a drum majorette of the University of Southern Cali fornia band, when she caught the oyefl ot tnJenl ec/iutr. She has been dancing ever flinw she was a child— ballet, tap. and exhibition ballroom ■ JanrJjur, I W&lt;?rlno«&lt;Viy. .Trill nary 17.—l»ud Ab bott nnd J.oii Cosiollo mine back to [ Jbo screen in "llold Thsit Ghost." PIii^Jiik in supmivt are Kichnrd Carlson, .loan Davis, "Mischa Auer, Evelyn Ank ers, Shorn)) Howard, the Andrews Sis lers and Ted Lewis and his orchestra.. Opening In nirht' club, the picture moves . speedily to' a service station where Abbott and Costello accidentally become entaripled with a franpster, ...
Roxy and Ozone Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 11 February 1943
Roxy and Ozone Theatres Commencing: at the Ozone Theatre, Renmark, on Friday, the comedy of the year '"The Bride Came C.O.D." starring Bette Davis and James Cag ney will be screened for a three-night season. Co-starred for the first time Bette Davis and James Cagney give a grand performance in the brightest comedy of 1943. It is hard to believe that Bette Davis; is fea tured in a comedy, but once you have seen her, you will agree, that this versatile young lady did a grand job The associate feature is an action drama with Victor McLaglen heading a great cast in "Powder Town". Four of the latest newsreels complete the programme. Reservations can be made by phoning the Ozone Theatre; Renmark 303. It costs no more to reserve. This programme will also be screened at the Roxy Open-air Theatre on Saturday night only. "Great Waits!" for three nights and Matinee—This great musical will grace the screen of the Ozone Theatre, Ren mark, next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and at the matinee ...