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BERRI [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
, i>i!iKKl Miss Vera Treagus has returned from a visit to her home at Balaclava.— Miss Rita Taylor, of Taylorvllle, has Joined the staff of Eudunda Farmers at Berri.—Miss JJoma Chilton has re 1 urned from her annual holidays which were spent in the city.—Misses Eve'yn Wack and Molly Strothera are spending I iheir annual holidays at Pt. Lincoln. —Police Sergeant G. V. and Mrs. liewis have returned to Berri, after several weeks in Adelaide.—Mr, and Mrs. A. T. W. Shiell and Rhonda and Trevor have returned from their annual holi days, which were spent at Glenelg'. I Mrs. Shiell also visited Whyalla to attend her brother's ■wedding.—Pte. Jim Ashton who was In action right through the Owen Stanley Range,-cam paign, Is visiting his fianre. Miss j'oyce "Wright, and is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Cornish.—Pte. David Cornish has arrived home on leave rrom New Guinea. Pte. Cornish, be ; ''.ire he joined the A.I.F., was training for Methodist ministry, and his friends 'were pleased to fi...
ALAWOONA Alawoona, February 15. FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. W. FISCHER AND FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
ALAWOONA Alawoona, February 15. FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. W. FISCHER AND FAMILY At Mr. "W. Fischer's 6ale on Friday' there was a good attendance and op portunity was taken to bid farewell to Mr. and Mrs. Fischer and son Don. The family came to the Alawoona dis trict about 13 years ago, and have car ried on farming, 12 miles south of Alawooaa. They have been good citizens and will be greatly missed. Three sons Driver Roy Fischer, Pte. Alan Fischer, and Driver Keith Fischer ■are doing their part in the war, while Miss Edna Fischer is doing munitions "Work in Adelaide. Mr. and Mrs. Fischer and two sons Don and Ken have taken over a fruit block at Ken mark. On behalf of the residents of Alawoona and district, Mrs. Flint pre sented Mrs. Fischer with a pair of fruit bowls, and wished them every success in their new venture. Mrs. Fischer thanked her friends for their ffood wishes. Mr. Charlie Flint accompanied Mr, fcnd Mrs. Fischer to Renmark on Fri day, where he will spend a fortnight With...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
Busy war workers find their daily bath with Pafanotive soap, the perfect relaxa tion after a tiring day. The rich, smooth Palmolive lather caresses the skin, cleansing it thoroughly and giving it the benefit of a fine blend of those essential beauty oil*— Olive and Palm. KEEP THAT n/m. win
PYAP ESTATE HAS SUBSCRIBED £3,085 TO WAR EFFORT Pyap, Estate, February 16. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
PYAP ESTATE HAS SUBSCRIBED £3,085 TO WAR EFFORT Pyap, Estate. February 1G. Pyap Estate's contribution, to the war effort from all sources total the splendid figure of £3,085/15/10. This sum is made up from the following amounts: Bed Cross £263/15/6; F.F.C.F. £76/16/11; Loans £2,000; War Savings Group £491; Y.W.C.A. £10. S.P-F-— Cash £88/18/6; waste, £84/7/11; War Savings £55/17/-. Farewell Committee, £15.
Happy Reunion of Loxton Soldier Family [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
1 ■ \ Happy Reunion of Loxton Soldier Family There was a happy reunion In the Graetz family this week when their' three soldier sons, and daughter tA.C.W. B. A, Graetz) were home on leave. Ptee. Erwin and Norm have returned from the New Guinea area, and Pte. Norm Graetz Pte. Laurie Grfeetz Qvr. Erwin Graetz Iiaurie Graetz was invalided home from the Middle East some time ago. AH three boys have served in the Mid dle Bast, and Bryce their sister is a member ot the W.A.A.A.F. Mrs. Erwin Graetz and daughter Heather have also been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Graetz.
ECHO OF FATAL MOTOR CRASH Waikerie, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
ECHO OF FATAL MOTOR CRASH Waikerie. February .15. Before Messrs. E. M. Rowe and J. H. Strangman, J.P's in the Waikerie Local Court finality was reached in the i case involving a fatal motor crash' on the Waikerie to Blanchetown road in June last, when the adjourned case; against Robert Lewis Roberts, manager for Silk Bros., Mildura was resumed on Friday. Sergeant Eyre conducted the case for the police and Mr. J. J. Nelligan appeared for Roberts, who was charged with having1 driven a motor car in respect to which no policy of insurance was in force. The defend- : ant pleaded not guilty. j Mr. Nelligan made an application to • the Bench not to make an order of' cancellation of the licence on the fol lowing grounds: (1) It was not Rob erts' fault that the Act had not been complied with: (2) He did take steps to comply with the Act by reporting to the police at Barmera on the way through; (3) That compensation had been paid to the dependants of de ceased, and to the injured party just a...
LOXTON DISTRICT COUNCIL Destruction of Vermin On Crown Lands [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
LOXTON DISTRICT COUNCffl.; Destruction of Vermin On Crown Lands On February 5, at the monthly meet. Ine of the Loxton District Council, with Cr. F. J. Petch in the chair, the usual silence was observed out of res pect to those who had made the su preme sacrifice. A letter of sym- | pathy has been sent to the parents' &lt;ol the late Fte. C. Webb, who was j killed in action in New*'Guinea1. Mr. I . and Mrs. Webb have resided at Parana" for many years. The Department of Lands was ad vised that vermin were becoming very numerous ■ in sections surrendered to the Crown, particularly Sections 370, 103 and 239, Moorook. It was de cided to ask the department if it would agree to pay for the vermin's destruc tion. This was considered by coun cillors to be only a fair proposition. It was resolved that the D.W.A.C. be informed that the Loxton district Was a wide and important one with respect to oxy-welding gas. The Lox ton sub-committee was not prepared to alter its decision made at t...
RENMARK POLICE COURT Theft of Wine from Distillery [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
RENMARK POLICE COURT Theft of Wine from Distillery In the Renmark police Court before Messrs. E. B. Jarrett and W. C. Wheeler J.P's. Alfred Arthur Swanson was charged with the theft of -about half a gallon of wine valued at five shilling's, the property of the Renmark Growers Distillery. F. J. Ros enberg prosecuted and stated that the offence was a serious one. • Carl Weidenhofer, manager of the Distillery, said that in consequence of certain suspicions he had bid him self in the distillery by arrangement with Detective Flint. He saw defend ant arrive, take the billycan from the cooperage and go to the vermouth vat. He half filled the can. While accused was return ing to. the cooperage witness intercept ted him and accompanied him to the doorway where we met Detective Flint. Witness had previously said to Swanson, "What have you there," and he liad said "A drop of vermouth". Continuing, witness said, "I saw de fendant turn on the tap at the ver mouth vat, and partly fill the can. He...
ON THE AIR-STATION 5RM Highlights of Coming Week's Programme [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
ON THE AIR-STATION 5RM Highlights of Coming Week's Programme News Services—Daily 7.15 a.m., 7.5# (local), 12 noon, 6.30 p.m., 9.30 p.m., (B.B.C.), 10.15 (local). Saturday 11.30 p.m. Sunday 8.30 a.m., 12.20 p.m. Week day sessions 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.; 5 p.m. to 11.15. Friday—9.30 social (Kay); 1 p.m. March Time. 6.15 Jungle Doctor. 6.45 Army Education. 7 Sporting; 7.16, Sing a Song; 7.30 Youth Speaks; 9.15, A.T.C.; 9.45, Watchman. Saturday—8.05 a.m. Banjo Club; 11, Recipes. 1 close. G p.m., Sporting; 7, Ginger; 8, Australia Sings; 9, Musi cal Comedy; 9.15, That's how it started. 9.45, Wrestling. Midnight, Close. Sunday—Open 8.30. 10,30 Red Cross, 11, Church. 1.30, close. 5, Open. 5.15, Hymns. 5,30, Banjo Club. 7, March of Time. 8.45, Empire at War. 9, Quiz Kids. 9.45, Watchman; 10.15 Clos*. Monday—10.15, Home Service Ses sion. 11.30, Two Destinies. 5.50, Sport ing. 7, First Light Fraser. 7.15, Watch man. 8.30 Dr. Mac. 8.45, What's i* a Name. 9.45, Social Service. Tuesday—8.05 Banjo Club....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
HORSEHAIR WANTED Tails and Manes Highest Cash Prices. 8.A. BRUSH CO. LTD., 167, Flinders Street, Adelaide. OUTSTANDING FEATURE PROGRAMMES Sponsored for Your Entertainment by Local Interests 9.46 a.m. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS STRANGE AS IT SEEKS Dramatised events that prove "Truth is stranger than Fiction" 12.M Wednesdays PATRIOTIC PARADE Soul-stirring Melodies and Marches of topical interest p.- THURSDAYS DRF-iM TIME Melodious Songs and Beautiful Verse. 1MB p.-. FRIDAYS CAMEOS OF MELODY 1.4® p.m. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS SWING Hf Swing Selections from 5RM'S Record Library *"""FRIPAY8 MUSICAL HIGHLIGHTS Gems of Melody from the World's favourites KEEP YOURSELF INFORMS) Overseas News Services Six Times Daily THE WATCHMAN NIGHTLY (except Saturdays)
With Famous A.I.F. Unit In New Guinea [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
With Famous A.I.F. Unit In New Guinea iA correction to our reference tq the late Pte. M. M. Marshall, which appeared In thesis columns last week, has been filvea by Pter L. H. Schloithe. who Is home In Renmaric on leave after having . b°en wounded in the*W«w Guinea camnaJsrn. Pte. Schlolttie pointed out tnat Pie. War shall dldnat' go through the Owen Stan ley Range, hut foifght in the successful actions it. 'Milne Bav., Buna, and Sananan da. The same applied to the late Pte. M. Young, also reported kl'led In action In our last issue. Both the& men were personal comrades of Pte. Scblolthe's: they had served together since Joining up. and lie felt their loss very keenly. Their unit, daid the wounded soldier, were very j»rnud of the fact that thev were the flist billed troops to stop the 0er manB—at "Fobruk—and then, after com back to Australia, were the first to stop the Jape.—at- Milne Bay.
40,000 Bags of Wheat At Taplan Taplan, February 15. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
40,000 Bags of Wheat At Taplan ■Taplan, February is. Wheat carting is almost completed. 37,000 bags are already stacked at the siding-. There will be over 40,000 when all wheat is carted. Farmers have assisted carters, and the man power problem has been more or less overcome through these men giving 'up their time to push the business on. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jaeschke, Paul and Clara have returned from a holiday.— Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Obst and Martin, have returned from a trip.—Mr. and Mrs. Fairweather and little son have settled in their new home at Taplan, Mr. Fairweather has commenced his duties as head teacher at the school. —Miss On& Martin has commenced duties at Concard School.—Mrs. L. H. Hart spent a week as the guest of Mrs. F. H. Moffatt, at Renmark.—Mas ter Norman Gilbertson has returned to Renmark to continue his studies at the High School.—Masters "Vernon and Ray Heinze left with their father for Tanunda; they will attend the' Nuri ootpa High School.—Miss M. Hart i ...
BERRI POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
BERRI POLICE COURT Before Mr. C. J. Coventry, S.M. in the Berri Police Court on Wednesday, August W. Fielke was fined £5 with 10/-. costs for driving' an uninsured trailer, and was disqualified from hold ing a licence of registering a vehicle for three months. On a further charge of driving an unregistered trailer Fielke ■was fined £2 wittl 5/- costs. A con viction without a penalty was recorded in respect to a, charge of driving^ an unregistered trailer carrying number plates prescribed for a registered ve hicle.
MONASH Series of Dances Arranged [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
MONASH Series of Dances Arranged A new committee has been formed at Moaash to arrange weekly dances to be held in the Monash Hall during the harvest. The dance held on Sat urday night, February 13, waB a great success. Mr. Jack Irving's orchestra supplied the music and Mr. Ron Jury was M.C. Mr. Barcy Jury was door keeper. This bright evening realized the sum of £11/19/6 for the. Fighting Forces Comforts Fund. The visitors and young people of Monash are look ing forward to these weekly dances and the committee is hoping for a successful and happy time. Cpl. Albert Chatfleld of Victoria, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rowan.—Mrs. Barclay and children are the guests of Mrs. Carter.—Miss Diana Bigg, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Llofd Bigg has returned to tre city to continue nursing.
FALL FROM MOVING RAILWAY ENGINE Driver Suffers Severe Head Injuries Berri, February 12. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
FALL FROM MOVING . RAILWAY ENGINE*^ Driver Suffers Severe Head Injuries Berri. February ' On Tuesday, February 9, as the Ade . laide to Barmera train was drawing into the Berri station yards the engine driver (Mr. A. E. Worman, of Tailem Bend) evidently overcome by the ex treme heat, fainted and fell from the engine to the ground striking his head on a large stone. Mr. Worman was admitted to the Berri District Hos ipital suffering- from severe head in | juries. The train was delayed at the Berri I station until a driver could be brought : from Renmark to continue the journey ! to Barmera. Mr. Worman is making satisfactory progress, and expects to j I be able' to leave for his home this; ' week.
SHOPS WILL OPEN TILL 8 P.M. FRIDAY Special Arrangement For Harvest Season WILL COMMENCE TOMORROW: "NOTHING TO REPORT" ON HOTEL HOURS PROPOSAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
SHOPS WILL OPEN TILL 8 P.M. FRIDAY Special Arrangement For Harvest Season WILL COMMENCE TOMORROW: "NOTHING TO REPORT" ON HOTEL HOURS PROPOSAL As the result of representations by ' the District War Agricultural Committee, permission has been granted for stores in the River-irri gation areas to remain open until 8 p.m. each Friday during the fruit harvest period. This arrangement will commence tomorrow and will continue until April 2. There is "nothing to report" on the committee's proposal that hotel trading hours should also be am ended. for the period. The request of the committee was for *tores to remain open until 9 p.m on Fridays. This meant a variation in the National Security Regulation which prohibits shopping after 6 o'clock on •any evening. Mr. R. M. Simes (secretary of the "War Agricultural Committee) yesterday Teceived advice from the Inspector of Factories in S.A. (Mr. J P. Burn side) to the effect .that the authorities in Canberra had agreed to the Regula tion being wai...
RENMARK INSTITUTE FOR SATURDAY "WELCOME HOMES"? Committee's Position Explained at Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
RENMARK INSTITUTE FOR SATURDAY "WECOME HOMES"? Committee's Position Explained at Annual Meeting The question of the Renmark In stitute not being available "on Satur day evenings for welcoming home sol diers who have served in battle zones was raised at the annual meeting of the . Institute Committee on Tuesday evening, when the president (Mr. W. H. Kidd) and members explained the com mittee's position in the matter. In introducing- the subject, Mr. G. A. •Grosveiwr saitf that the committee was to be commended on the report it was able to present to subscribers that ■evening-. It-had improved its finan cial position which was a fine achieve ment under present conditions, and considering the restricted field for new books had kept the reading public well provided for in the matter of new literature. It appeared to him that the commit tee had two main functions: 1. To maintain the library at a standard ■worthy of the district; and 2. To pro Tide a community hall for the conven ience of...
EFFECT OF WEATHER ON VINE FRUITS "Good Blow from South" Needed [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
EFFECT OF WEATHER ON VINE FRUITS j "Good Blow from South" Needed By "NEMO" The effect of this week's break in the weather on the vine fruits will not be known for a few days. If we get a "good blow" from the south the damage is not likely to be great. We get these setbacks every fruit season, and it is too much to hope to go right through with an unbroken record of sunshine. There would have been muoh more likelihood of damage if the rain had oc curred a month earlier. When the currants are ripe, as they are now, they can stand a lot of. hammering. * *
Young Folk's Section Leading Points [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 18 February 1943
Young Folk s Section Conducted by "MOPOKE" Leading Points Ivy Traeger (Loxton) 3/4/42 93 Isobel Wood (Renmark) 2/4/42 92 Max Scholz (Lovefiay) 21/3/42 86 Peter Brodie (Paruna) 13/3/42 74 Margaret Blight (Waik.) 1/8/42 71 Rita Flint (Alawoona) 23/3/42 .. .. 49 Isabel Rawnsley (Loveday) 9/6/42 49 Myra Nitschke (Loveday) 12/5/42 49 Mavis Gray (Morkalla) 14/7/42 46 Nigel Samuel (Loxton) 28/7/42 44 Ronda Bath (Ht. Torrena) 6/10/42 42 Helen Newman (Renmark) 21/4/42 .. 39 Margaret Kubank (Ren.) 7/7/42 34 David Bale? (Croydon) 11/8/42 .. 28 Robere Ralph (Monasta) 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 Pameli Arney (Wanbl) 12/S/42 .. .. 21 Roy Fettke (Veitch) 15/9/42 „ 21 This year's book winners—Jennifer | Samuel (Loxton), Ruth Anderson (Lox- ! ton).